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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1914)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
J)R. JOHN A. GRAY
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LIBERATI'S BATNTD AND GRAND OPERA COMPANY
MARIETTA LA DHL
Is tlio former pastor of tho largest
"Worklngmen'H Clutrcli In NcWiYork
'City. To better understand ttto "Down
-iDd Out" ho loft his clinch In tho
dead of winter nnd lived tho llfo of
Jfho homeless man of tho Uowcry for
"ihreo months. Conio nnd hoar him
"ell tho story. It Is thrilling, humor
JUDGE FRANK P. SADLER
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N PRESENTING Llborati'a nnnd and Grand Oporn Compnny wo arc giving to our patrons an opportunity to hoar tho best the country afford In
Ilniul and Vocal Music. This Is tho world famous band which was ilrst organized in tho early eighties and sinco that time toured tho
United States from coast to coast, tlmo and time again.
four experienced nud popular opera singers will travel with Llbcratl' s Band, rendering portions of popular operas with Dand accompaniment
HOOSIER MALE QUARTETTE
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Sfudgc Sadler has presided in tho
"XJIuxrlson nnd Dosplnlnos Street Stn
rtloni'erlmlnnl brnnches of tho Munl-
Tho characteristic feature of tho
program that the Hoosier Malo Quar
tette rendors Is their cnsomblo sing
ing, which shows careful training and
sympathetic blending of voices. Each
member is n soloist of moro than ordi-
clpal( Court of Chicago, tho two nary ability. Their, Joportolro is
tranches -dealing with the moat vie
Hens criminal classes of tho great city
voi Chicago. His lectures deal with
vital questions of tho hour. They tiro
n-wiultH of experiences In tho great
-.school of llfo.
varied and extensive, including classi
cal, oratorio, sacred, popular and
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"This is unquestionably ono of tho
-Jlnobt musical organizations in Araur--Ica.
Ira. ltlholdalfer is recoKiilzcd by
The Spring Sibters offer ono of tho
very best two-people combinations to
bo found in tho Lyrcum nnd Chautau
qua Held. Their entoitnlnment dis
plays great variety, Including drama
tic, comedy, clinracter and musical
. mo press Him puuuonB one oi tlio readings, cello solos, plnnologs, vocal
pallons greatest oirono8. Mas Galley poIo- Uuit8 Boppnno 80, wlth ccllo
,1 a-" ? u of brilliant and coimplc- oUltento, etc. Wo olfcr this company
tlious ..ability, air. Lowis, pianist, is a , ,un m.nei ,n,inn
.popular nrUst of Now York, vyho lias
inured, with Alice Neilbon and other
i -Qrnnd 'Opera stars.
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Madam Mountford was born
reared in tlio City of Jerusalem.
AUGUST 2nd to 9th
A Program of Unusual Merit
Including the Best That the
Country Affords, v
l'relude Lllieruti's lln'nd and Grand
Coucort Liberatl's Hand nnd Grand
Prelude Llbei ati's UkiicI mid Graud
Concert Liberatl's Band and Grand
l'relude Marietta La Dell Reader
Leeture-rJudue Frank P. Sad lor,
"Criminals in tho Making".
Proline Marietta La Dell Reader
Lecture Dr. John A. Gray, "Out of
Prelude Coyln Spring and Sister
Lecture Madam M o u n t f o r d ."The
Kinij of the Shepnrds".
l'relude Coyla Spring nnd SUter
Lecture to be supplied
Prelude Illlieldart'er-Gallev Co.
Concert Rlheldaii'er-Oailey Co.
Prelude--Hoosier Male Quartette
Lecture Miss Kola LaFolleite "Tlio
Democracy of Woman Suffrage"
Prelude Hoosier Male Quartette
Lecture Father John Daly
Prelude G went Welsh Male Prize Sg'ts
Entert. " " " " "
Prelude " " " " "
Entert. " " " " "
1 August 8th PSSSSSSS
Prelude Gilbert Shorter Players
Lecture -Dr. Mattison W.ChaVe, "Hlg
ltugs and Ulir HuuibugV.
Prelude Gilbert Shorter Players
Entert. Gilbert Shorter Players
MM August Oth
Prelude Croatlou T a in b u r I c a u Or
Lecture Dr. Pox, "The Mirror of a
Prelude Croatlon T a in Uu r t c n n Or
chestra Coucert Croation Tamburieau Orches
Buy Season Tlckots and Savo Half Price Admission
Adult Season Tickets (Good for all Sessions) 62 00
Child Season Tickets (Good for all Sessions) 1 00
., '-j For Further Information Apply To EE5r
R. D. M0RITZ, Local Manager.
Gwent Welsh Male Singers
FATHER JOHN DALY
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Miss Mariettu La Dell comes from
Toronto, Canada. Sho has been a suc
cessful reader upon tho Lyceum and
Chautauqua platform for tho past
twelve years. Sho is ono of tho fore
most artists of tho North American
Continent today. Perhaps her strong
est forte is her child impersonations.
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nov. John Daly whose gifts of ora
tory have delighted thousands
throughout the United States for years
is devoting himbelf to the caro and Miss La Folletto is tho daughter of
education of homeless and neglected 'Senator Robert M. La Follette of Wis-
childrcn. On the platform ho is a pro
nounced success. Tho brilliant play
of wit and stories in his lectures il
luminates the tears brought forth by
tlio pathos of scenes described from
DR. CLARENCE W. WASSAM
cousin. Her lecure, "The Democracy
of Woman Suffrage," advocates a causo
that is close to her heart and one upon
which she has put much time and at
tention. She is recognized ns ono of
tho foremost Woman Suffrage speak
ers of tho nation.
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This Orchestra comes from tho Pro
vlnco of Croatia, Austria-Hungary.
Dr. Wassam is a young man with a They uso tho Tamburicas, nntivo ln
messngo. Ho is not a professional lee- ttrument of theso people. The;. offer
turcr, but a teacher, and ho puts tho a most pleasing novelty and at tho
snmo interest nnd enthusiasm into his same tlmo a silcndld musical-' 'pro
lectures that ho does Into his teacli-vKram. Tho rnifgo of music played is
lpg. The large number of return dnte3 limitless, including the classical, tho
which Dr. Wnssam is called upon to simplest compositions and tho most In
fill Is tho best nroof of his success as tricato of nntivo music. You cannot
a popular lecturer.
DR. MATTISON W. CHASE
afford to miss hearing them.
DR. D. F. FOX
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veil quartettes, flute, piccolo and corpei ean. Her lectures ore Illustrated
joof, new reajjjpgs or excepiiuj througnoui wnn parupuurjiuuu roi
iaerm muBlcaT monologues, etc. Tl press and prcachors In ovory religion.
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"FinettXhoir of a Land of Singers
TWICE COMMANDED TO S1NQ FOR THEIR MAJESTIES,
KINO QEOROE AND QUEEN MARY OP ENGLAND
Winners of First Prize at the National "Eisteddfod" of All Walw.
Dr. Chase's lectures arc popularly Dr- D- p Fox Is pno of tho most
characterized as Eloquent interning- widely known popular lecturers In
lings of philosophy, wit, sentiment, America. There Is a sutylo charm In
and common sense." Tho striking h,s oratory. His lectures abound in
characteristics of his utterances aro dramatic situations, his doscriptlonB
their sincerity and earnestness which aro srophlc, his delineation of char
beget absorbing Interest and enduring Rcter wondorful nnd hia understanding
conviction. You fool that ho says Great men and great events amaz
thiugs becauso they villi out, His ,nB To hear him Is to know some
voice Is cloar, smooth and mellow and tllng of tho splendor and powor of
oj unusual carrying powor. porfoct spoech.
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