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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; THtJItSOAY; iPfttt, l'o; 1919.
. . i . v jf .jruii i 0 jj i i ADVERTISEMENT low FAR NG SCLES in n x us "I haranever been able to get half the service from other soles that I get from Neolin Soles," says H. H. Shel lenberger, a traveling salesman of EastomPa. Long service from the soles means lowered shoe costs, for that is,, where shoes "wear out Quickest. When next you need new shoes buy them -with Neolin Soles. You pay no more than for shoes that give less wear and you can get them in many styles for men, -women, and children. Have these durable, comfortable and waterproof soles put on your old shoes, too. All good repair shops carry them. They are made, scien tifically, by The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio, who also make Wingfoot Heels, guaranteed to 'outwear all other heels. HAPPENINGS ON STAGE AND SCREEN Mantell Presents "The Merchant of Venice" at Garrick What's Coming To Washington Playhouses During Next Week A Little Gossip of the Theater GARRICK. "Tho Merchant of Venice,"1 a comedy by William Shakespeare, in five acts and nine settings. THE CAST. Shylock -. -Robert B. Mantell Salarlno John Alcxande" Salanlo ' Henry Buckler Antonio, a. merchant. John Bnrke Gratiano. friend. to Basaanio.aar Llndsley Lorenxo,' In love -with Jessica... John Wray Busanlo, a gentleman suitor to Portia Fritz Lciber Balthasar .,.....;... .Franklin Salisbury Old Gobbo-.... '. .. Frank Peters Launcelot Gobbo,1 in .Shylock's ser- ' Mce. -...;,.. :.. .Edward Lewcra Tubal, a'Triend to Shylock . . . -. .-; t George Westlake Duke 'of Venice- . ,. . . ..Frank Peters Nerissa. Portia's vrahlng maid . t'. .V - '. .--, Marion Bvensen Jessica, daughter' of Shylock Ula-Dell Frost Portia Genevieve Hamper "The Merchant of Venice" Is usu-r ally termed a comedy, but In a play jj ' I Dainty, New, Feminine k-'- Footwear I": '- for ' it BJ jkih Th T8T- ,jk V9 iiRnl I If' ZsiHF iwt. I H i 1 Alt the best styles in Women's Footwear are now ready in a widevariety for your selection. The xdza. is expressed in hun- dreds of dainty touches. : Moderation in Prices. i Fn Easter Footwear for the Children For years the Family Shoe Store has been recognized as the headquarters for Chil-, drerts Footwear. Our Easier "display is wonderfully com- pieie. pnng ine cnuaren m. FAMILY SHOE STORE SHOES AND HOSIERY jo. strarfmrger Co. 310-312 Seventh St. N.W. in -which the line of demarcation be tween the tragic and comic is so lightly drawn, the Interpretation felven by the actor to the words of the author must be the deciding: factor. Robert Mantell gives to the por trayal of Shylock such a deadly spirit of revenge, such savage fierceness, and such a designation of cruelty and mischief as cannot, agree wiui either the character or style of com edy.. So a tragedy it will remain in the minds of those who witnessed its presentation last night at the Garrick Theater. Mr. Mantell's Shylock has not the tragic grandeur of his Richard III, but there Is similar force of mind and much of the same subtlety of Intellect. In the trial scene courage appears predominant over revenge and avarice, as he here stands an ill-used man, the champion of an oppressed race appealing for justice to prejudiced court and spectators. So philosophy leal a picture of energetic Jewish character is drawn by Mr. Mantell that its faults are traced to the iniquities of the Christian world about him. Crafty and cruel, his abuse never rises to invective, nor. his anger to wrath. Ho has dignity as the avenger of a nation's wrongs, and claim for sympathy as a father outraged by his child. His money lost, his creed insulted, the audience must pity his Joyless life, and when, fenced in by hostile forces, he stands Arm- upon his foothold of the law there is sublimity In his tenacity of purpose. But instinctive-. J ly it is felt he should .leave the court crusnea ana Drotcen. Miss Hamper's. Portia is a. match less impersonation of that rare, wom an, gifted in intellect and loveliness, who gracefully stops short of ,offen-. slve intellectuality, sacrificing "no trait of womanliness. Throughout the action of the play she Is charm ingly feminine, even the vicissitudes of passion and tense expectancy of the trial scene being tempered by the quality of Tnercy she invokes in vain in Shylock. Mr. Lelber Is a delightful Bassanlo, wise, though a .gallant; .manly, though dependent, so that the for tune seeker is-forgotten in his other manifest virtues. The balance of the parts, particu larly those of Antonio and Gratianj, were in most capable hands. Of all the plays of Shakespeare. "The Merchant of Venice" -is one of the most finished, the manner in which two themes, widely divergent, are In terwoven and brought Jnto har monious unity being ah imperishable monument; to his .genius. 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"j; Shtib,ert as'he attraction at Poll's Theater all week, beginning next Monday. , "Oh, Uncle" is a musical comedy in two acts by fidgar Smith, with plenty of tuneful bits from the pens of Jacques Pres bury and Charles Jules. This production is a typical girl and music show, with just enough vivaciousness to please and? entertain. The story deals with the love' af fair of a wealthy, club man who is kept from marrying the girl of his choice, a musical comedy, star, by hla nncle, who does not approve of the girl on account of her vocation. Un cle, however, has another character and when not preachinc about the pitfalls of life to his young nephew. slides off on sprees of his own. Iti was on one of these that he meets the girl and in this way is, exposed. He is forced then to give his consent- Many names well known to theater patrons can be found in the cast, the most notable of these being Marine Brown, Connie Ed 1 88, Nancy Fair, Renee Adorec, Sam Ash. Harry Corson Clarke, Bert Hanlon. Charles Olcott, Lew Cooper, Joe Kane, and a Broad way chorus. wnojfAi- Laurette Taylor, who is "aid to be nearer to the hearts of the theater- HELEN SHIPMAN, Leading woman in Charles Dillingham's-new musical comedy, "A New Girl' which had its. premiere at the" National Theater this" week, . , Miss Shipman is not, as-the title might suggest, "a new girl," that role being aken by .Douglas Stevenson in "a very manly fashion, but everyone, who has seen her is willing to admit that she's some girl. She and Anna Orr divide feminine honors in this production, which has made a decided impression upon Washington audiences because of its lilting melodies, its clever lines and the freshness and ability of the entire cast. goers of Jfew-york and .Ixmdon" than (William Caxton and company. In "The any other feminine star, will-appear at the . New National Theater next week In "Happiness," a character comedy by J. Hartley Manners. - In this play the versatile star has won a hearty indorsement from the playgoers of. other cities. It con cerns the fortunes of an humble little bundle carrier for a fashionable .dress maker, who, rises, fr.onv thclnwllest surroundings' a, posltiapn pt 'dignity and importance fn the. business world through her keen sense of humor and her unbounded faith In humap nature. In no sense a "glad" play. It Is flHed with delicious character drawing, and has been splendidly cast by Messrs. Klaw Si Erlanger and George C. Ty ler. , - Amon'g the supporting artists are Lynn' Fontaine, acjeyer English girl who is'abou. to'be launched ras 'arstar by George C. Tyler; Percy Ames, J.' M. Kerrigan. Beatrice Terry, a niece of Ellen Terry, and. Thomas Coffin Cooke. ;- - Junior -Partner," -by - Capt Rupert Hughe. The Llghtner girls andi New ton Alexander will personify- "A Jolly Trio," Frances Renault comes in "The Fashion Plate;" Captain Gruber and Mile. Adelina have a -European equestrian novelty, and the Sabina La Pearl Trio, Rose and Ellis, and the Pathe news pictorial and other regular house attractions form the balance of the offering. Next Sunday at 3 and 8:15 p. m. the bill will be composed of Belle Baker, and. the rest of the current week's ensemble. April 20, at the Belasco Thea'ter un der the direction of the Ona B. Tal bot Enterprises. There is poetry In his playing; there is excitement; there is color, and always there is the con trolling Intelligence of a, sincere ar tist. He naturally possesses all the forces necessary for his work, but in addi tion his own particular equipment contains a pianissimo as delicate as the dust on the wing of a butterfly and a dynamic power In his fortl slmo, which is tremendous. AMUSEMENTS ''Pi!i1 -$tft)&sfts t ... . . . . .. J ' L. . LEO ORNSTEIX. Leo Ornstein, a genius alike In his futuristic composlt.'ons and also as c. piano virtuoso, who has divided atten tion in the musical wrrtd with recent new artists in other musical lines, will give a recital at the Masonic Temple Auditorium, next Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock, 'under the local management of T. Arthur Smith. With such selections as the Mac Dowell T minor concerto and Beetho ven's "Appasslonata," to say nothing of his own remarkable compositions and the exquisite grace and delicacy of his Chopin and the filigree worlC in Debussy and Ravel numbers, this wonderful young pianist has quickly leaped Into the virtuoso ranks of the pianistic world. Toruvs RFrr ATTRACTION: CRANDALLS THEATERS & CraxdaU's Metropolitan FStt 10th St Con. tl s-m. to 11 pjn. Price. Inc. war tax; Mat. IS &20,ErwJdft 39. THUHS-FRL SAT. MAE MARSH in"SpotligirtSaifc", CRAMDALl'S UniVWfcilBWWUfcif THEATER' 18th St. at Columbia Road THUHS. FRL MAE MARSH ln"5poIii;hi$iie" MHE. BRESHKOVSKY. Mme. Breshkovsky, famous as "The Little Grandmother of the Russian Revolution," who spent thirty-five of the seventy-flve years of her life In the mines .and prisons of Russia for her advocacy of the cause of the com mon people and who only recently narrowly escaped death at the hands of the Bolshevik!, will lecture at the National Theater Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock on behalf "of the four mil lion children f Russia who were orphaned and left homeless by the war. She Js accompanied by Dr. Ed ward 'E. Egbert, chief surgeon of the American Red Cross in Russia in 1914-15. Richard Walton. Tully. author of "The, Bird of Paradise," which Is at the Belasco this week, has something Interesting but sadly disillusioning In 8 ay about the-ukelele, which owes Its popularity In this country to his play Literally translated, 3Ir. Tully says, ukelele means "the jumping flea," the natives having conceived this idea from the way the little instrument jumps when a lively tune is played on It. The ukelele, he says, was actually originated by Portuguese Immigrants, who fashioned them uilong the same lines as their native ' guitars, but smaller, out of the koa wood, which Is to be found' only In Hawaii. What is undoubtedly the first of the new navy uniforms in white to be seen in Washington is -worn by Dong la Stevenson, leading man in "A New GJrl, which Is having its first show ings at the National this week. Inci dentally, Mr. Stevenson's uniform is so well cut that he's -won over a lot of officers who opposed the sack-coa design. fiRANDALL'S 0h and B Street TODAY" FRED STONE in Johnny, Get Your Gon' Theater Crandall'sS A V O Vxi TODAY JUNE ELVIDGE ' in pThe Love DelSnder0' nous Theater cr.nd.IYENUE6RAXn nWH.ht.t.t.u TODAY PAULINE FREDERICK in "Paid in Full" Crasdall's A POLL 0 Theatai! TODAY YIYIAN MARTIN fa. YD 2JKYBU SAW SVCK i . - .-1 .-. - ftday fjKrSggb MrtU The World's rate5atertalJM?r AL.mlON SINBAD Farewell ftffirjitaRCd In Waskligtia - - 1 1 ! m i-1 yy Next Meilay ligil Seals Mew Messts-Lee i& it j Snalrt Present Comedy de Laxe aOH, UNCLE" "With aa all-Btar ct from Broadway and Buaaclng Broadway BeaBty - Caorgs ADVERTISEMENT How to Make a Real Wrinkle Remover In these days of cleverly advertised "beauUflers" and "rejuvenatora" it Is hard for a -woman to believe she can make a simple home remedy for the removal of wrinkles which will do her much more pood than the average made preparation. There's nothing In the world so effective for erasing or preventing wrinkles, age marks, bagginesa of cheeks and chin, as a simple and harmless solution made by dis solving an ounce of pure powdered aaxollte in a half pint of witch hazel. These In gredients of coarse can be had at any drug store. Use the mixture daily for a while as a refreshing wash lotion. The quick and satisfactory results will surprise yon. Even the first application produces very marked improvement. The wrinkles are less In evidence and the face has a firm, "solid," comfortable feeling. Soon you will look considerably less than your age. To Cure A Cold In One- Omy Take "Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets " Ba-sure you get the Genuine Look for this signature .Si&ri on the box. 30a GAIUUCK. William Harris, jr., will offer for the secotyi.time here at the Sh'ubert-. Garrick Theater next week, beginning Sunday evening. Bayard Vrfller's xnelodramutic sensation. "The Thir teenth1 Chair." which ran for 'over a year at the Forty-eighth -Street Thea ter, in New York, with an exception ally gpod cast and production. Melodrama which is not farcical hojds the public Interest even yet, despite' the bloody melodrama of actuality that was staged in France. And, indeed, to the average mind a r-apably acted melodrama is a logically pleasant evening. "The Thirteenth Chair" is a murder mystery. It is capably acted by a company headed by Helen Van Hoose, as Bosalle La Grange, the medium; Joseph R. Garry. In his original role of Inspector Donohue; Louise Brown Hl, as Mrs. Crosby; Elmer Buffham. as Mr. Crosby; Booth Howard, as Will Crosby, the son; Langden Adams, as Hdward Wales, and Elinor Anderson, a Helen O'Noil. daughter of Rosalie I a Grange- BELASCO. Like a breath from the heather clad hills of old Erin is the way one writ er described the now Belasco pro duction. "Dark RosaJeen," which will be the attraction a the Belasco Thea ter next week. Tho play was written by two Irish actors. W. D. Hepenstall and Whit ford Kane, who knew their own country well, and they havo told a charming love story in an atmosphere of Irish country life. It Is needless to say that, a pro duction by David Belasco Is a notable affair and 'IDark Rosalecn," from all accounts, is one that can but add to the laurels that crown this wizard of stagecraft. Mr. Belasco has engaged a well selected cast of players, among whom are John Daly Murphy, Dodson Mitch ell. Walter Edwin. Robert Cum mings, Joljn Carmody. Eileen Huban. Beryl Mercer. Eileen Curran and Anne Sheridan. WALTER HAMPDEN. Walter Hampden will present "Hamlet." at a special matinee only, at the Shuhert-Garnck Theater next Monday. It will be his only per formance of the season In this "city. .An old theatrical maxim Is that "Shakespeeare spells ruin." because so many managers and artor.d have gone bankrupt produnns the Hard's plays. Mr. Hampden Is the man'who has proved the proverb untrue, be cause during his metropolitan sea son, he played to overflowing audi ences whose verdict was that "Ham let" as done by him. is as thriving n entertainment . as any .modern drama, and that without, sacrificing Us poetic sublimity or tragic grandeur. GAYETY. Patrons of the Gayety Theater arc promised" a genuine beauty show next Yweefc -when James E. Cooper's "The Sightseers" will be he attraction. The amusing two-act vehicle is called 'Walt a Minute." There are man beautiful -stage pictures, and they llg ure 'in an unusual number of dance, which have been staged in Raymond B- -Perez's characteristic manner. O1.0 scene shows "chorus girls' row," and here the audiences will see the girls bidding good-night to their stac friends. They have another novel number in the -phonograph scene, where each girl represents a record. ' With due allowance for the stroug comedy work of Gus Fay and his co horts, it may safely be said that tho girls of "The Sightseers" practically dominate the show. . , LYCEUM. ; Charles Robinson and his "Parisian Flirts" will be the attraction at the Lyceum Theater next week. Entirely new material as well as scenery and costumes and a star cast from the combination. . May Bernhardt, famed in burlesque for her beauty and clever imitations, will head the contingent of feminine stars. In the supporting cast will be found, Hattie Randolph, Al Raymo. Joe Freels. Freda Leltr, Hal Groves, and Jerry Fleming. Charles Robinson, as a tramp comic will sing and dance. Plenty of novelty specialties will be intro duced. The offering will be in two acts and eight scenes. The chorus Is said to be good. JAPA3TESE DRA3IA-DAACEJJ. Catherine du Pont, of the London stage, in association with Mrs. Pat rick Campbell, Sir Francis Benson, Lewis Waller and Sir Charles Wynd ham. will make her first presentation In Washington, Friday evening at 8:30 o'clock, In the New Willard ball room, of three lyric Japanese dramas, "Tsuncmasa." "Hagoromo," and "Sho jo." Introducing the picturesque an cient Noh dances of Old Japan. MISCHA LKVITZKI. Th.cre Is no pianist today more magnificently equipped to be a recital artist than Mlscha Levitzki. who will he heard on Easter Sunday afternoon. Marguerite Clark has left for the coast to make "Girls." her next pic ture, under the auspices of the golden sunshine" of 'California. ' This is the first Clark picture to he made in Hollywood in several years, and Miss Clark will only remain In Los An geles until the one picture is com pleted. Of course. John Philip Sousa was tremendously delighted yesterday when he learned that a publisher of a book containing a group of songs by American composers had never be fore heard of him. A letter sent to Lieutenant Sousa from the publisher read as follows: "We want ybi to send us one of your best songs for publication In a book we are preparing. As It will cost mlany hundreds of dollars to print and publish this book, we ask your co-operaf fons". " Sign the enclosed slip agreeing to remit the sum of ten dollars. Do not send the ten right away, but send"the slip signed, and when the book Is printed we will write you a leTter and then you can send the ten, if you have it, or pay us in installments. "This Is a grand opportunity to get your song printed and at a price bo low that any one can spare the money. We heard of you and your works through the Washington copyright offices, where your name Is recorded as a writer of songs." SHUBERT-GARRICK! f street Direction Messrs. Shubert ) At 7 th ROBERT B. MANTELL Today at S P. M. "BICHELEBTI Tonight, KEiG LEAS.. Friday. MAC BETH.. Sat. Mat.. MERCHAOT OF VENICE.. Sat. Night. RIOHAKD m. BEG. NEXT SUNDAY-pEATS W. WILLIAM HARRIS JK. lxseat The 13th Chair By BAYARD VEILLEIt GREATEST MELODRAMATIC MYSTERY EVER WHrTTEN One Year at Forty-Eigfatb Street Theater, Hew York. ONE MATINEE ONLY. HAMPDEN Hamlet MONDAY, APRIL 14-2:15 Prices Ste to 3.00j Seats 'qw. RIAttO T-1XCIXPB3 Way TAX-f LAST THREJB PA$3 ANNA Q. MiLSSON In "THE VAX OF THE STRONG." 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Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Company SHUBERT-BELASCO SsSSiiSo oi.tveu Monosrn tuiesbnt lilBi t, lib KlJJttli.NLt ituu.wt.u. And the Singinc Ilawall&os. NEXT WEEK. BEG. MONDAY- Seats Now. DAVID BELASCO rcsot- Dark Rosaleen A HEW I81SH COMEDY' By W D. Hepenstall and Whltford Koae. Produced Under the Personal Direction of Mr. Bfiasco. A Votable Company of Players. TfilHri6t,ii 10 to 6 33c WlRflHli vt&S&Sr j War Tax Tacladed TOTJ A Y WTtT S AT. THE TURN '1 ' 'v - ' iv '.3 1 Ht ROAB& INTERPRETED BY AN j ALL-STAR CAST? LAST THREE DAYS " M0I7R0SE QMITET In SallacU. and Jaxx. Wtn Appear Nightly at 7tf ; 10 A. M. 10c GARDEN TODAY EltLSAT, BILLSE BURKE - "PEGSY"i ATlONALSKhAa Everybody In Washington Lovesv A NEW GIRL Charles Dfttiac&ara's New Mosieal Corned)-. -t Great Cast Inmous Globe Thealee Chorus. r Z,: Beriahrnjr MoHtlar Seals SelHtt s- Nation's Most Beantlfut TJayhoaie. A LOEWS r ALACk Contlngons. 10x30 bjb. tollpja. Today TomorroTr Saturday DOROTHY GISH "PEPPYI:P0LLYM KXTRA EpUode No. 4 "MADE IN .AMER1 CX- SrVMON. TCES. TVED. MARGUERITE CLARK In "LETS ELOPE" I T.1V7BBBKS tM AMUSEMENTS TUESDAY, 8:30 AL'UlTOHIUJt 1.1TH & N. Y. AVE. LEO ORNSTEIN PIANIST Tickets. :.00, SlSO. ?1.00. T. Arthur Smith, 130C G St. GAYETY Oth Below P All Week . - Jean Bedlnfv All IVew Parisian Novelty ' not tc tll'tt" "PLSS PUSS" . Next Week "SljsbtiicerV A itkkkkklkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk J C LOEWS OLUMBI K AT 12TH TOPAY LOUISE HUFF "The Little Intruder" A-I'rojrrnm of I'nusunl Kxcellcnrr. yyYYVWVVAPMMr J HAPPJJteSS SUNDAY AKTKRXOOV. S CCLOClf 3IME. CATHERINE Breshkovsky i.aa utin itranxicjotnr 01 tae- ilrolBtioH" XYUl Spuuc Reclaiming Russet The Tour I Ip the Interest ef Dm. Kelfo and Xdocstion of Fosr JIUUob; 'a Bsssbn Orphansu 4! Tickets. $3.09. 51-50, L0O. T. Arlbar? 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