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urrent Week's Offerings at the Theaters cerre , 3rv7<r^-> " " C ON FF/TfON /? n.uoo\Gor** ir <*4&f)rbr*r/' ^/bco/rsi Cxarrrerf?T. TrtC E TiRNAU MA6DALENE At The Theaters This Week GARRICK. Garriek Pliytn in ? **Vhe Eternal Magdalene." ? Tha Kternal Magdalene." the pew tthil alii' iuccmi by Robert tie *Lauglilin, In which Miss Julia Arthu. ?cored such u prououncod personal triumph u few year* ago. frill b? seen aa the offerings of the Uarrick Ptay ? ?,*fe for this week, beginning with the 'Z_ 'performance tomorrow night. '-Xuc Kternal Magdalene" la a poignant and overw helming dramatic - presentation of the great problem of 1-the age*?theacarlet woman?brought dawn to modern time* and presented ^-Jn terms of the twentieth century v with a force that ha* proved lrre? ~-*i*tlble to stage audiences every where. The preaentatlon of "The Kternal " Magdalene" will introduce to Wash ? Ington theatergoera the new leading } man of the Garriek I'layeis, Malcolm -. Fa?s*tt. -_ sienator William S. Ktnypn. author of the District aggregation ordinance: . various prominent ministers and Gov. ernment official* of Washington will be Invited to the opening perform ance at tbe Garriek tomorrow eve 1 B|nr. NATIONAL. A born Optra Co. > Presents "RaddiforeH "For the second week of Its season at the New National theater with the first performance on Monday eve ning. the Aborn Comic Opera compa ny will introduce to Washington tbe Gilbert and Sullivan success, "Ruddi gore," billed as a supernatural opera In two acts. Its other title being "The Witch's Curse." For yesrs Ruddlgore has been a prime favorite In London, but it was not until laat winter that It was introduced to an American audience. In presenting this new-old master piece here for the first time the Messrs. Aborn have cast Maude Gray. Arthur Cunningham. Phil Branson. John R. Phillips. Frltzle von Busing, Ferrest Huff, Ottilje Corday, Kra Quintard. Bessie Taylor and Clarenee Kay in the principal role:. Under the direction of Charles H. Jones the production will be elabor ately staged and the musical director ; will be Louis Kroll. who has made so many friends during the past week. The concluding peiformance of Robin Hood will be given tonight. i B. F. KEITH S. Marie Cahill Heads ; This Week's Bill. * Restful, diverting and pleasing ia the prospect In store for those amuse ment seekers of the National Capital who visit the B. F. Keith Theater the week beginning with the matinee tomorrow. The bill Is headed by Marie Cahill. star of mualcal comedy, who has an up-to-the>mlnute offering entitled. "Cahillisms of mo." As a special and extra added at - traction Allan Rogara. the distin guished young American tenor, will give "Fifteen Mlnutea of Concert," assisted by Harry Dexter at the piano. George N. Brown, the world * cham- i pion walker, will be featured in j . "Pedestrlanlsm." In "Terpsichorean 1 Bits of 1SI0," Maurice Diamond and l/Ol.T Girlie will give Interpretations ! of the very best there is in dancing .loe Browning, who is credited with having earned the degree of doctor . of humor from the college of com edy, is to deliver "A Timely Sermon." ; Another classic, a playlet from the , pen of Frances Nordstrom, will be ' presented by a company headed by Mollie Fuller, late of Hallen and Fuller. The Three Weber Girls will spring "A Vaudeville Surprise." Davis ?and Pelle are to run In "An Equi It bristle Marathon;" Hartley and Eastman have a distinctive act dis tinctly their own. called "A Touch of Musical Comedy." The program will be rounded out with Topic* of the Day and the kinograms. COSMOS. "Molly and Her Pnla" Headline* New Bill. Two unuaual headline attractions will be featured at the Cosme* The ater this week "Molly and Her Pals." a dainty and delightful blend ef eom- I edy and musical elements, elaborate ly staged, anil Jean Chaae and Com-, pany. In Howard chase'* new myatery farce, "Peggy's Wedding Day." Staf ford De Ross and Company will bring what has been deecrtbed as on* ef the prettiest dancing features In vaudeville. Other arts will inolnde the Tamnkl .laps. Hibbert and Malle. In a comedy sketch; Marl* Ruaaell. "The Belle of Kentuoky." and her company In novel songs and in u el cat numbers, and Will and Mary Roger* In a bit of unique comedy and chattar. The extraordinary matinee feature will be David Wark Griffith'* South Seas Idyll. "The Idol Dancer." A flen nett comedy. "Let 'Er Oe." a new car toon. with Mutt and Jeff, and the rathe New* will complete the bill. RELA8CO. "Are You Kit to Marry?" ? Powerful THotoplay. Dr. Harry J. Haltslden, of Ckieagw. r-er?nt* hi* remarket!* problem play, ''Are Teu Fit te Marry"" at the News of Plays and Players You'll See in the Capital Maude Gray, whm Maid Marian win one of the delights of the Aborn pro duction of "Robin Hood" thin week at the National, will be tern thla week in another thoroughly appropri ate role. She la cast as Rose Uiv bud, the village maiden in 'Ttuddi- ' gore." | Incidentally it la worthy of note; that last Monday night was the first time In her several years of stag.? life that the attractive Miss Gray ever appeared before the public in light.-. She herself Is authority for this i statement, but she did not authorize < it for publication. The revelation ? was made during a friendly postage < at arms between Mlia Gray and Mr. Aborn over the character of tight* 1 she wu supposed to appear in for the opening. .' An unbiased bystander after seeing' Miss Gray as she masqueraded *in 1 t tights Is inclined to agree with Mr. ' Aborn that those tights w?re exactly what she should wear.* . Introducing Mister Malcolm Fa sect t. A new leading man of the Garrlck Players will make hie bow at the Shubert-Qarrlck tomorrow night In "The Eternal Magdalene." the offer ing promised b> the Seventh-and-F entourage of playera for the comfng week. Malcolm Fassett is the nama of the thoroughly handsome and altogether talented young leading man who takes th? place left vacant by Earle Foxe when suddenly-called rehearsals of Mr. Foxes autumn production war* called at the seashore. In the words of the sporting editor, Faaaatt appears to have everything His folks thought he ought to study civil engineering via the University of Maine and to the University of Maine went Fassett. only to be way. I lain cn route by Thespls and drifted Into the collage dranatlc activities of hla glma matsr. Having graduated from the Univer sity of Maine and learned the dread and innermost secrets of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, Mr. Fassett hooked up with the payroll of the New Vork Central and for a time was one of the finest young bridgebuildet ? on the system, but there were so many good engineers and so many poor actors that Destiny seemed to point stageward and Fassett found it hard to resist Having been a good civil engineer. Mr. Fassett proved an even greater success as an actor, as his experience covers a part with I^>o Ditrichstein .Sliubert Belasco Theater bfginninj; tomorrow. , Throughout, the play is interwoven I with the great snd noble plea for!' better babies, the right for a child to I be born free from hereditary taint!1 and free from the overpowering, hope. 1 leys burdens of physical and mental defects. I Dr. Halstlden personality appears 1 in the play, and Is supported by an ' all-star cast. Tha film la produced in ' a moat refined manner, and there is I posUfvely nothing in It to offend any- < one of either sex. but owing to the I delicate subject with whiih it deals, j i it will be shown strictly to separate'' audiences only, and no children will I be admitted. , Dr A. H. Rollnick will deliver the i lecture preceding each presentation | of the picture which will b? shown ! 1 at 2, 3..10 and 7:.10 for ladles and at ' ? p. m. for men only. ! I POLI'S. Henry B. Walthall J in The Confession." "The warld'a most beautiful love 1 story" Is said to describe Hal Reld s play. "The Confession." which has j J been made into a marveleus motion , 1 picture by the National Film Corpo- \ ration, featuring Henry B. Walthall. , The story of the picture Is calcula- ? ted to held one spellbound from be- | ginning to end, encompassing as It | dees every human eruotten. "The Confession" as a stagr pisv hsd a wonderful career and In Its new ' form Is much better from the fart ' that It is not limited to the few stage 1 scenes possible In a theater. This beautiful picture opens at . PolTa this afternoon at 8 e clock for one week, continuous showings each day from 2:15 until 11 p m Manager ' Harris has procured special music end will present a prologue headed 1 by Miss Mary Dsly snd Thomas ! ODay in conjunction with a choir of . male voices whieh Is a feature in It self ' CHESAPEAKE BEACH. All-day outing parties are taking advantsge of the picturesque plcnlo ! grounds at Chesapeake Beach, the bayslde reeort just an hour * ride from ' wMhlBftop. From th* nhtidy grove* 1 one can get s beautiful view of the ' bay, twenty mllea wide Free dancing on an over-the-water ' pavilion to Jessy music furnished by ' Bert Raulsman's wim eight pie. e or- ' rheetra Is a dally feature. Kalt wa- ' tar bathing ?se.ilsnt nahinc from a ' half-mile steamer pier, boating and a gay .l.fton.foet besrdwalk lined with ? ountlass amusement* sre other at traction*. Accommodations ran he | *e? ured for w?ek-end or longer visits ( at the raaorl The bsaoh ha* a large j iietet. ntasy rssmiag eattsges cafe*. I In "The Great I<over," with Fay B*ln ter In "The Willow Tree." In ?'Rem nant," with Louis Mann in "Tlx Rubble'' and a Ions list of other part* Loo nu.nerou* to enumerate here Although Mr. Facaett turned hie bark on engineering, he retain* un ietive interent in collegiate notlvl lles. and during his stay In Washing ion he will make hie home at the I'ntverslty Club. In appe*i aiu c, h' Is 1a; k-complexloncd. tall, with -"avy l>laek hair that se?ms calculated to .'ause a degree of cardiac hesitancy on the part of the gentler sex that will meaMire up fuiiy to requirements of leading men Mai Reid Is Author >f Over 100 Dramas. Hal Held. wTo wrote "Confession," the sensational moving picture to be shown her* at Foil's theater, is the author of more than 100 dr"m?.'. He played in many of thom himself, for he I* a successful actor, and eo know* Die stage thoroughly. ReiU wrote "Confession" and starred In the play for a season or two be fore it wa* translate*! to the scree" Henry B. Walthall playa a priest, Father fiartlett, in "Confession" and in the course of its action he under goes the most terrlblo trial that could come to man. Under seal of the confessionHl a murderer comes to him with the story of a murder that was just committed. After the man is gone the. pries'.'* brother Is arrested us the murderer. Circum stantial evidence closes Its net around the boy and he is sentenced to die on the gallows. The priest torn by fraternal love and the sorrow of seeing his mother droop and fade under the strain, yet kepa Ills vow of silence as to se crets of the confessional. He does not speak, and his sense of right prompts him to go In starch of his brother when the boy eacapes dis guised In the priestly robas when Father Rartlelt visit* him In his cell the boy choking him into Insensibili ty and changing clothe* with him. In the pursuit Father Bartlett meets the real murderer who fearinc exposure leap* Into a atream and lr injured so that he knows he will die. Then he makes u written confession, secretly, and a*ks to be taken to the place where he committed the crime so he may clear the boy. He diss at the foot of the gallows bsfore ho speaks but the written words save young Tom snd reunites him with hi* family. CHEVY CHASE LAKE. Good floors to dance on, summer breeze* from across the lake to fan you and snappy, up-to-the minuto mu sic furnished by the Meyer Davis Orchestra to dance by are but a few of the attractions that go to make Chevy Chase L?ake the most popular of summer dancing reeurts in or about Washington. Whether one danced or not. whether one is autolng or trolley riding, the evening is not complete without stopping at the lake for a few Ranees or to listen to tha lively lira played by the Meyer Davis Or chestra GLEN ECHO PARK. Music lovers will have an oppor tunity this afternoon snd tonight at Lllen Echo Park to hear *ome delight ful band music, free concerts by Otl? ro's popular organisation being fea tured on the program. Ill addition to this all of the regular attractions thai have pleased other Sunday rowdn so successfully this season <vlll be In operation. For the week nlgbt crowds dancing * featured, and tha resort boast* of ?rhal is said to be the beet dance or chestra the Capital has. Twelve Jai ling musicians, led by "Charlie" Mill*, )lar every night In the blf pavilion, itsrting at eight o'clock. COLONIAL BEACH. When the steamer St. .Johns left ler wharf yesterday afternoon for he week-end trip to Colonial Reach ihe carried a big load of paasengera. Lttestln* to the fact that "Washing on * Atlantic City'' has lost none of t* popularity. While Colonial Reach trips will be nade only on Saturday* and nun lays for the present, on the ether nlgM* of the week the St. Johns ? 111 operate a aeries of moonlight trips with dancing ss s feature, saving the Seventh street wharves it 7:15 and returning at 11 o'clock. GREATER PENN GARDENS. Thousands of dancers are enjoying he open-air dancing *t the Greater I'enn Gardens. This big marble and (la*a auditorium hss been recently ?edeeorsted and painted snd the cool evening brseses weft over the heads >f the dancers. Greater Fenn Gar* ten*, centrally situated as It Is, offer* i most convenient pla<e for dancing irtt'hout the longstanding car ride. A -ool refreshment room lias been tpened. "POLLYANNA" TONIGHT. The ilsrrlck Flayer* will give their tnsl performance of "Tnllranna" at ihe Garrick Theater tonight, with tmr Pennla Kver*tt Tint t,?rfl*ld tan* Morrison. lohn Rorfee and itbere In prominent role* MARSHALL HALL. No m*re delightful short outing for Sunday can ho planned than that to Marshall Hall?rich In hlatorical a?- | soclatlons and natural beauty- Just an hour's ride down the Potomac on I the ateiuiier Charles Mnalmtfr. , feorea of diversified amusement* [ await the' plewsure-seeker. The | ."trainer make? three trip* dally to ! this point. iea<. Ing the s?\entlt street j wharves ?t 10 a. ni., and fl:30 p m. ! At The Theater? Next Week ? KLAbCO- 'A Thief In the Nl*hl." ? nf? play of thrill* and myeiery by Mary Hobam Rmehart and Avery Hop wood with a C4k*t tl KATIOKALr?The Aborn Comic Opera f oinpany will preeaat. (or Ma J third offfrln^of the aummer at*-, run. "The Lilac Domini KK*K The tiarrlrh Player# will preaent the famoua farce, "Parlor, Hedruum and Bath." H r KBITH B?Henrietta Croiaman and Company and Ralph Mors aa co-he?dllner?, and the Bakoll L>an? era. Krantaa Kennedy. I.eMalre Haya and Company. Will Oakland. Clifford and Will#. Ureagk ? Htatua llorae, and William hel bint and Company. Today a program for the afternoon and etenlns concerta by tha ladtea' orehtalra at beautiful and hlatorle Great Kail# f'ark will feature aal*< - tlona rrom all the musical tomrdlaa of the eeaaon Excellent picnic facilities beat of flailing and many outdoor amueemepta are provided for young and old. At nlfht tha Illumination of the fall* by powerful searchlights adds to tha beauty of the lce?? Fast and frequent eleetrlc train aervlre from Thlrty-alath and M street# northweet la maintained Sun daya aa well aa week day*. One of the interesting announce ment la that r. Kay COmatock and Morria Oeat have selected Washlng ton for the premiere of "The Cave Girl,'' a new three-ant comedy by George Middleton and Guy Uoltori. autliora of "Polly With a Pact" and "Adam and Eva." It will take place at the Relaeco Theater on Monday night. June tl, Tha caat Include* Gracc Valentine, Robert McWade, Leslie Palmer. Saaon Kline, Arthur Barry. Kranklyn Hanna. Louis Spauiding. Brandon Peter*. Madeline Marshall and Eleanor Gordon. B Tidal Baeia * ? Bathing Beach w ? l. n... nallw r?<kM ? rare eirtllmce. GREAT FALLS PARK. "THE CAVE GIRL." H E I,. Gorton leech, Maaafer la Oprm Dally Fraai r a. m. to <?? r. aa. Bathing Malta Rented I M g) ? _ =;==== MOORE'S RIAL.TO THEATER ' mixtii 4T r. 11 A. M.?ALL WEEK?11 P. M. I MARSHALL NEILAN Presents a Matrimonial Mirthquakt. DON'T EVER MARRY Adapted from b'dgnr Franklin'* Humorous Story With Greatest Cast Kver Assembled A Fin st natiosai, attraction Overture, Herold's "ZAMPA." Encore, "flaccarole From Tale* of Hoffman." MOORE'S GARDEN THEATER ? xivth bkt. i? AMI k c 11 A. M.?SECOND AND FINAL WEEK?11 P. M. WILLIAM S. HART ? In the First of H is Own Production t S "THE TOLL GATE" 11 > ? m. ?>. Hart ?"d luibrrt Hlll7*r A Paramount Artcraft Special. j ? moore's STRANDTHeATER. >i\TH AT n 11 a. m.?ALL WEEK?11 P. M. f : Buffalo Motion Picture Corporation Presents. THE SPORT of KINGS * .4 mertea's Most Famous Ra^vng Drama Adapted From The Book By ARTHUR SOMERS ROCHE WITH ?i* l*rinrlpuis ml ? hapimrtlac ?( 1,*m S W- ^ N ATIAMAI LA8T T1"1 ?'*<> p. i*. TONIGHT ROBIN HOOD STARTING TOMORROW NIGHT ffl ? flit. ABORN SUMMER IEAI0A OF COMIC OPERA firut tirrrc iw ? irhisnrojr RUDDIGORE xfw-oir ?l|wr? 4 ??im*R* tar^am <? mwlll nt lr*?dnl A?4lc?"-f. in york th* h^at ?ho\v 1 nvtr rhw In niv llif. ?al^^annfp Woollr^tt n. y ttm?R. vox??" *"T THE L'LAC DOMINO Pnc?: erenofi 50c ft $1.50; mitimi, 5Cc it ii.ob ncvcnanansargaoarisnafi fiAIIICK PLATERC ? U?ttrl4?rMk f It (I llfcw iM?Taal(1>< ?OILY SHOW IN TOWN ?rutAi. pnruuA>r? ?? POLLYAKNA Tk. pit/ ikM p?l> >ay Is lili." ALL THIH H?:u MK4.INMNO tonoim* nam ill "THE ETERNAL MAGDALENE" Mrl.?a?hlla'a _____ iniu ?' Lhr mrln ?wim. faal arias lUlralm Num. Ann# MimUtu n<?. ra?t Iftaltarttald and ?<K<ra MM*. Thursday?Saturday- : Ml JliMili AI tnadanrr Inirh-lnl. today 3 30 P W BASEBALL AMKRICANf I.EAUl'K PARK Washington >s. Boston * ? ? ? ? ? MONDAY AND ALL WEEK MOLLY AND HER PALS A Ualitf ? omrdlrlf K.II af l.lokt Unity aad ( H< Biaalaa tpMlal ?<-?acry. H1BBERT & MAI l F l k??f Sautlirra (ia*?l*a>a i. A ??Hri?lMlr ???< ( Art TAMAKUR1 St CO. A Bit af Imirrrat Kalarlaliaval Kr?a Ike Orleat. JEAN CHASE & COMPANY OF FIVE 1 M,? ?' W/alrrr aail Karta Peggy'a Wedding Day" MARIE RUSSELL A CO. TA? Brllr ?( Haaiwkr In Na*?| ?l?*la? and Mwalral Naafcara. ? ? ? WILL * MARY ROGERS ? IA Bit* of CtMr<ly nn4 ( rw*?llrr IVtier, New raid OHfiaal. STAFFORD-DE ROSS & CO. OHM or VAI WVH.I.KI PmBTTIHT DANCING OFKKIUM.* ! Special 2-Reel Comedy Mark Iranrli'i Nrwral "LET 'ER GO" flkara nt All I'rrfaraiaarra. Matinee Feature Rim l?. ?. r.HIKKIl'H l?r?* *?*?!? "THE IDOL DANCER" w?"? "?'> ltl? and 4i43 PAT HE NEWS I OSWON I IMIII M. PI, A NT Mm IN Kl I.I. OPERATION ?4 OMK I.N A*l? Hi: CO JtKOHTABI.K. ? ? ? ? i ? ? : ? ? ? ? ? ? ?. ? MUTT AND JEFF POLI'S SHUBERT ATTRACTIONS TODAY From 3 To 11 P. M. Special Prologue With Scenic and Light Effects Persona] Appearance of Miss Daly, Tborons O'Day and Herarhell .^h?w 1 W HENRY B. WALTHALL in hia y^onderful rime FATHER ?v BARTLETT' 100'/. G o: o D 25c 50c 75c SHUBERT-BELASCO THEATER Mini < rioN mi>hii?. ?in rkiit. BEGINNING TOMORROW AFTERNOON ILLUSTRATING LIFE'S GREATEST PROBLEM 25c 50c 75c WOMEN ONLY Daily at 2, 3:30, and 7:30 MEN ONLY Every Night at 9 o'clock 3 NEXT WEEK hKK this miK vr , r A AT Mar Marllanaair KMr Kllatcr \V AI.I'.MI * I ? .1 KIIMTHI HI. Prrarnl A THIEF IN THE NIGHT K?Mlfc*,9/aV??r I * r,"> TfcHlla **r?1iry ?y filter! %??#?>? 1 Mary lUkaria Hhlnphnrl aa? Atarr "*>?aa< NEXT WEEK NK.F! I'lll* MIKAT ? *?T May 1 nkra Harrlana llunlrr aiuarl *ua Rlrkara ?arra?? And Olkara. Idl^l