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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUiNPAY , , DECEMBER 7 , 1800-SIXTEEN PAGES.
H. H STMA H OWN SA KNOWN
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Our Enormous Stock.
Ever known in Omaha , will begin at the Peoples Mammoth Installment
Greatest Mark Down Sale House , beginning Monday y December Sth , and to continue until the bulk oj
their stock is disposed of.
Such actual slaughter of values will be the talk of the town during the coming week , and a wonder to the furniture trade in general. Furniture , Carpets , Stoves ,
BeddingEtc , , will be quoted at less than half usual prices , and a personal call is requested , and all those contemplating purchasing household goods , as an actual
saving of from 75 to 100 per cent is guaranteed. Call early and secure bargains.
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j $100 worth of goods $8 per week or $30 per mouth
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THE LOUNGER IN THE LOBBY ,
Tlays of a Post Generation and Their Pres
ent Interest to Theatre Qoors.
ATTRACTIONS FOR THE PRESENT WEEK ,
Ilo\v James T. I'o'.vers ISxpccts to At-
tnintliaDistinction ot'n legitimate
Cfliiimcilinn . II. Crnno to
Almiulon "Tho Senator. "
Plays , as well as actors , have their sea
I suppose Aristophanes was the Dion
IlouclrauU of his time. Has It over occurred
to you that his plays Imvo been snatched from
the meadow of performance ) and put Into the
licrbailum of classic literature ! Try nnd
play "Nutlmn the Wise. " Once It was popu
lar. Hut It wns very , very long ago.
Try some of the mclo-dr.unas of your child
hood , 1C your chiUllicod extends back far
enough. How about "Tho Flowers of the
Forest , " nnd "Tho Actress of Padua , " nnd
Jane Shore , " and "Tho Iron Chest ! " They
were undoubtedly the "Monto Crlstos. " the
"Cast Lymies , " the "Shnughrauns" of their
time. What's the mat'er with thorn nowl
Why will uot Tootles sot the town ronrlnir
us It used to do wliun I was u boy in an east
ern city arcl went night nftrr night to see
John Bleoncr ( Jlarka | ilny the delightful role.
How is It thut "Tho Serious Family" that
once convulsed everybody has got to bo too
serious to touch ! Anil It anybody wcro to
piny ( Jcorgo Lodcr'a "Serious Family1'
polka , that onro chlrupod on everybody's
lips , people would vote It dull , Just us they
voted Julion'a "Katydid 1'olhn" when it wua
There roust have bcon some fitness about
these things in tliblr time. They must havp
bcon the outcome , of their season , adapted to
the sunshine nnd humidity of that hour and
touched tlio mood of the moments. To re
busdtato them is llko reading the back flies
f the dally \upor \ , Nobody docj It for the
emotions it will arouse , only for tbo facts
that may bo obtained ,
Muslo and drama Imvo their graveyards.
Antiquaries will will wander among them
nnd cony the old epitaphs. But ut best it is
u melancholy pursuit.
Can you Imagine anything moro pcdautl
cally dull , and prasmatlo and didactic than a
concert of old music I It appeals to scholar
ship , not to emotion. It's like an old woman
picturing the Mayday of the past. What
you are interested iu is the May day of the
How many members of the Ladles' Musi
cal society think you could sit down at the
piano and play off hand "Bon Bolt , " or
! 'Alico. Whcro Alt Thou ! "
Stephen Foster's melodies nud Howard
Glover's madrigals blossomed along thn
springtime of their epoch nnd then died.
Sum It nil up In the newspaper phases and
things of mere beauty have pot to go.
You can't stop em. Women do tlo tholr
tnnslcs with a ribbon and pin them in a book
and wilto under them , "A beautiful day at
Mhiuetonkn , " or "That tender hour in the
But bless vou the sweet days have dawned
nnd declined and the pansles have sprung
nndcn1 other lovers' feet in the after-glow and
the dauco of lifo and death wont on Just the
Hut how sadly I liavo run away from my
thought. There are plays outside ot Shake-
spcaro that are perennial , you will tell mo
and probably you are thinking whiloyou dose
so of "School for Scandal , " "London Assur
ance , " but the Interest is no longer la the
play , but in the players. Every role
In the "School for Scandal" and "London'
Assurance'1 is a teat nnd a comparison.
You do not go to bo tntoi-citod In the story ,
but to see how Sir Peter will rank or Lady
(3ny ( Spanker catalogue. You carry your
standard with you. You saw so and so do It
in ' 00 , and all that sort of a thing. The ex
cellence of the player has become by ac
cumulated tradition of technical Interest.
There are considerations that are worth
heeding when \\o hear so much about the
historic ) and classic past. 1 think , myself ,
that the normal plav house , no less than the
player , Is the "brief extract and chronicle of
the timo. " ,
Wo may take n student Interest in Mollero
nnd Schiller , but it will not bo the playgoer's
interest. Themes press upon us that
neither Mnllcro nor Schiller dreamed
of , and thcro mo some new duties
resting upon the play houses that
Uoctho nnd Leasing could not anticipate.
In order to live up to the now order of things
wo must bo taught to recognlro true char
acter ns it should bo , not as It is , and thus
Imvo our ideals llxcd for us.
To do all this the drama must go on and
not look backward.
When James T. Powers left Charles Hoyt
and his comedies for the wider field of comla
opera , and became a member of the Casino
forces , thcro wcro those who expressed mis
givings for the outcome of his radical do-
parturo. His friends argued that In force
comedy "Jimmy" 1'owcra was always sure
Unloading Carpets , BeMing ,
Ingrain. Oa .p"fc , rojular price 36o , mark down prlco $ , \2
Brussels Gurpot. regular pr.oo 9Oo , mark down price .42
Hemp Carpit , reguUrprioa 36 c , mark down prlco .16
Moquotte Oaipot , regular prloo $2.50 , mark down prioo 14O
'Window Sbadop , regular prloa $ lmark down prlco , .19
Portlars , rogulur price $10 , mark down prloo ; 49O
Laoa Curtains regular prloo'$2.6O , mark down price .75
Pillows , regular price $1 , ma-k down prlco .40
Comforts , regular prlco $2.5O , mark down prloo .76
Blanket3 , regular price $3 , mark down prlco 1.6O
Marking Down .Book Bases ,
Book Cases , rogulor prloo $1O , mark down proe ! $ 4.5O
Book Caafis , regular prioo 815 , mark down price 7.5O
Secretaries , regular prioo 840 , mark down prlco 24.OO
Secretaries , regular price $50 , mark down prloo 3O.OO
Parlor Secretaries , regular prlco $5O'mark ' down price 3O.OO |
Breakfast Table , regular prlco $3.5Ofimark down prio3 $ 1.75
EJxtonslon Tables , regular prlco 87.5O , mark down price 3.75
Springs , regular price $3 , mark down'prico ' 1.05
Matrasses , regular prlco $3.6O , mark down prioo 1.7O
Kitchen Safes , regular prioo $6 , mark down price 3.25
Wash Stands , regular price $1.76 , mark down price .90
Sideboards , regular prloo $2O , mark down prloo 11.25
Mirrors , regular price $1O , mark down pries t < 6.OO
Clocks , regular price $2. mark dowji prlco. - , - . 1.05
Curtain polas with , all laoa curta'ns.
Tbrae oxtrajolntg of plpo with all fctoves.
Spring mattress with every chamber s'ult of $35 and ovor.
Oar tickets furnlahod those rosidinar at a distance.
A sot of silver platsd ten spoons wita oaoh purohaso of SIO and ovor.
Ono s eel onwraving with each purchaseof $25 and ovor.
Two sto3l engravings w th oaoh puroha .0 of Q5O and ovor.
A nioo clock with each purohasa of 81OO and over.
of a iiatno , nnd that it scorned llko madness
to Icavo n continental reputation as a farceur ,
which insured blc salaries and comparatively
easy work , for it field that on Its surface
promised little for tbo ambitious comedian.
Never a great singer , but with native abil
ity of an uncommon order , Mr. Powers cut
loose from the "rough imd tumDlo" school in
which ho early bocumo n prize scholar , and
began anew tils artistic career.
The Casino proved to bo n remarkable
academy. It brought "Jimmy" Powcis into
intliimto rcliitlousliip with the brightest people
ple in the woild of music , it gav him the
benoflt of the wide experience of Mr. Aaron-
son , nnd his lieutenants ; it brought him the
niendshliiof Francis Nilson , UoWolf Hopper -
per , Jolt Do Aiigells , Digby Hell , men whoso
names nro known from one thooxtrcmo of the
country to the other , and naturally the nsso-
elation with the icings of comic opera could
not help but prove bcnetlcial ; it mellowed
the urt of Mr. Powers , it rounded the rough
edges of his impersonations , it gave him
glimpses of hroadrr ilelds in which his genius
might shine. And when , after thrco years
hard , earnest , consricntlousworkin the lend
ing comic opera company in America , ho dd-
clcied to go back to the comedy
stage nnd strive for the position
of n legitimate comedian , his friends
instead ot deterring him from the stop , as in
the previous Instance , welcomed htm back to
the stngo which had grown to know him so
In "A Straight Tip" Mr. Powers has a con
genial part which is played very unlike the
other Air. Powers wo know as Uats. It Is ft
quiet , intelligent study of a flesh and blood
young man and gives him nmplo scope to
develop the dignified yet unctuous humor
which uas always been a part of his nature.
We wore talking about the fallowncss of
the legitimate comedy stage , and how little it
was tilled by the present generation of com-
medians , Nat Goodwin and lioland Heed
Icing the only two oxponoats of genteel
comedy wo have , when Par. Powers said :
"My idea of getting Into the legitimate may
not bo umusing to you , but I'll ' show you how
I expect to accomplish It. During my llrst
season with Willie Bdouln In ' 'Fun In a
Photograph Gallery , " I made twenty-threo
falls during the evening1 , 1 was vary popular
then , The next season I cut the number
down to twenty. Then when the public was
not thinking , tno following year I chopped
the number in two and made only ten falls.
"Air. Hoyt came along this tlmo nud
I Joined his company in "Tho
Hunch of Keys,11 I made eight
falls during that season. But this I con
cluded not too much to entitle me to a place
in the legitimate ranks and my next engage
ment found mo making four falls. During
my llrst year with Air. Anronson I made two
falls. You notice the scale , My next sea
son I made ouo and in my present play I
make one , in the burlesque of Carmancita.
But sonio night when everything is still I
will cut that fall out nnd 1 will bo in the le
Hathor novel manner of getting Into the le
gitimate , don't you think ?
"Arizona Joo" will make bis Omaha debut
nt the Grand tonight in his sensational border
drama "Tho Black llawlt" playing at popular
prices , and the engagement continuing until
Wednesday evening , when it will close.
"Tho Wild Violet" will bo produced on Tuesday -
day and Wednesdayevenings. . The latter Is
n comedy drama founded on western , border
life. The San Franslsco Music and Drama ,
the recognized theatrical authority of tbo
Paclflo coast , says of "Tho Black Hawks : "
"Tbo drnma Is full of action and light in
teresting , and the members of the company
nro well llttcd to the piece , and the gratify
ing success that has been achieved is a deserved -
served tribute to "Arizona Joo" nnd his tal
ented company. fTho comedy in the piece is
splendidly interwoven nnd is of that rollick
ing nature which occasions roars of laughter
and rounds of ujnthuiso. During the perfor
mance "Arizona Joo" gives several ex
hibitions of his woitderful snill as a rillo mid
pistol shot , nnd also introduces his troup of
remarkably well-trained dogs , which are
nn important fouturo of the production.
They display rare intollgenco In enacting
the parts assignedlto thorn , nnd the perfect ,
manner in which'-Uioy respond to their cues
Is wonderful. There ore several capable
people In the corapanv nnd they sustain their
roles excellently , 3 being fully alive to the
spirit action of thpiilay. "
Mr. Carroll Johnson , the Irish comedian in
"Tho Fairies. ' Welt , " which opens a hnif-
week's engagement at Uoyd's opera house on
Monday night , with a matinee Tuesday and
Wednesday , Is one among the versatile men
of his profession now upon the stage. John
son is said to ha a natural comodl.in , and the
chat-actor of Larry Du which ho taltcs is so
full of naturalness that ho Ills into it as well
as though Con Murphy , the author of the
play , had written it especially for him. "Tho
Fairies' Well" is looked upon as one of the
most picturesque plays now upon the road.
"Tho Burglar" opens nn engagement of
four performances throe nights and a matInee -
Inoo at Boyd's opera house , on Thursday
evening next. The cast is Identical with the
ouo that appeared in this city last season ,
headed by that able artist , Mr. A. S. Llpman.
Manager Lnwler of the Eden Musco has
secured this week a genuine- wonder , a freak
tinrlvalod In this or any other ago. In Mite ,
the Midget , ho has n wonder that tins as yet
not boon duplicated. Allto was born in
Springfield , Mo. , ten years ago of u well de
veloped father and mother but ho Is a dwarf ,
UNLOADING FURNIURE ;
Chamber sots , rogu'ar prlco $16 , mar k down prlco Q 7.4O
Chamber s ts , regular prlco 826 , mark d wn prloj 14.OO
Bedsteads , regular prlco $3.60 , mark down prloo 1.16
Rockers , regular price $3mark down prlco 1.26
Chairs , regular pr co GOo , mark down prloo 20
Wardrobe ? , regular price $10 , mark down prioo 8.60
Bureaus , regular price $18 , mark down prloo O.76
Con tor Tabloa , ragu'nr prlco $6 , mark down prloa 2.25
Hanging Lamps , regular price $3,6O , mark down prlco 1.70
Decorated Lamp3 , regular prloo $2 , mark down prloo 00
Marking Down Folding Beds ,
Foldlntr Beds , regular prlco $17 , unloading price $ 7.6O
Folding Beds , rgular piIco $27.60 , unloading prlco 12.60
Folding Beds , regular prloa $37.60 , unloading prloa 24.00
Folding Bode , regular prloo 86O , unloading : p loa 3O.OO
Folding Bad" , i gulor prloo 87O , un'oading prioo 4O.OO
Folding Beds , regular prteo $95 , unloading prlco 65.00
Fold'ng Beds , regular prlco $125 , unloading prlco 7O.OO
Unloading Holiday Goods ,
Plush Ohaira , rogu'ar prlco $0.5O , mark down prlco $ 3.0O
Ea-ols , regular price $3.5O , mark down prioo 90 .
Brass Easels , regular price $16 , mrrk down price 7.6O
Plush Rockers , regular prlco $1O , mark down prioo 5.00
HanRlng , Lamps , regular price $8.6O , mark down pricn 4.75
Children's Rockers , regular prioo 81.5O , markdowa prloo GO
Parlor Lamps , regular prioo $1O , mark down prlco 4.0O
Piano Lamps , regular prioo $15 , mark down prlco 8.OO
Laiios' Desks , regular prloo 1O , mark down prlco 6.0O
Start paying In your holiday prcsants. We have the ripest line
In Omaha to select from. All goods reserved on receipt ofa small
payment. Elegant line of ladles' desks , rockers , lamps , clocks' , ' '
piano lamps , banquetlamps , easels , plush chairs , plush couches , etc.
IIo weighs but eleven pounds nnd is but
twenty-one inches tnll. His face and form
are perfect. Ho is u handsome , jovial little
lad , full of pranks and nlways in mischief.
IIo can hide in an ordinary shod silk hat.
Mack , the fnshlou plate female impersonator.
The funniest oddity nllvo. Ills character de
lineations uro goms. Ho must ho seen to bo
appreciated. The Adams children nro the
cutest little tots imaginable. In their songs
nnd dances they win friends by the score.
Tney will appear for one week only. An
other great attraction is iCanzarctt , the mns-
tormaglclan. His works of magic are bowll-
dnrintf. IIo is a curiosity in this lino. Rol
lins the wire walker , is an artist of renowned
ability. Edwin , the king of clubs , is ono of
the funniest black face artists now traveling1.
Ho has boon secured for ono week , To cap
the wholi' , Manairer Lnwler has secured the
Adams Gaiety burlcsqucrs , a troupe of world
wide fame as fun and laugh producers. The
entcitalnmcnt throughout will ho n crisp ,
bright , sparkling one , iln > t class in every ic-
Pullman tourist Hleoping cur excur
sions to California nnd Puclllc const
points leave Ohtcugo every Thursday ,
Kansas City every Friday via the Simla
Fo route. Ticket rate from Chicago
$17.50 , from Sioux City , Omnhn , Lincoln
orKansiis City $35 , Hleoplnf ? car rate
from Chlunpo $1 per double .berth , fiom
Kansas City $3 per double berth. Kvory.-
UilnR1 furnished except moalH. Those
excursions are personally conducted by
experienced excursion manngora who
accompany parties to destination. For
oxcurblon folder containing full particu
lars and map folder nnd time table of
Siintu Fo route and reserving of sleeping
oar berths ; address S. M. Osgood , general -
oral agent , K. L. Palmer , freight and
paBs-ongor ngont , A.T. & S. F. niilroatl ,
1808 Fat-nam btroot .Omaha , Nebraska.
For December Indications point to
cold , frosty weather. That , however ,
will make no dllforonca to those who
travel In the steam-heated and electric-
llg ted , limited vestibule train which
Is run only bv the Chicago , Milwaukee
& St. Paul Ky , between Omaha and
Chicago. This elegant train leaves
Omaha at (1:10 ( : p. in. arriving in Ghloago
nt 0:80 : a. in. , in time to make all eastern
connections. For further information
apply at c.lty ticket olllco , 1501 Fnrimni
. , Omiiha. F. A. NAHH ,
J , E. PUKSTON , General Agent ,
City 1'ussongcr Agent ,
COXA VJIIA Mt
It is rot surprising that n man wanting a
divorce should llnd it dearer than his wife
was to him.
( Jcorgo D. Prontlss If a man Is happily
married his "rib" is worth all the other bones
of his body.
In the ease o/ the young woman who
fainted while nt the marriage altar In Kaclnc
the other evening , It is highly to her credit
that she did not do so until the ceremony was
Mrs. Watts For all thosmirt talk about
women's curiosity , the men are just as bad.
Mrs. Potts Yes , indeed. Ho never glvos
no a dollar without wanting to know all
about what I intend to do with it.
Thirty-live years ago a sweet young girl In
Franco married a wealthy old man of oighty-
llvo. IIo has Just died at the npo IIKO of 120 ,
and the widow is too old to marry again. The
story seems to carry its own moral.
S. McDonald of Trczovnnt , Tumi. , started
for Green Pond. Ala. , where bo was to marry
Mrs , L. A. Hickman , but only got as tar as
Birmingham , Ala. , where he was taken
suddenly ill nud died tbo oay before his
A romantic story is told of a Hiisslan gcn-
tlcnmn living on the banks of tno Seine ,
whoso young wlfo was murdered shortly
after their marriage. liy permission of the
cnirhohiid the body cmbnlmrd , and taking
It to his homo kept if there for ton years.
A Missouri Pncillo conductor at Scdidln ,
Mo. , sent his wlfo homo to bur parents n day
or two ago. Ho placed her In charge ot a
conductor nnd apprised her parunts by telegraph -
graph ns follows : "I return to you , pur Con
ductor i-'rownleo , araso of damaged goods.
Please pluco the same to account of u bad
bringing up. "
Mrs. Annie Nelson , a pretty young nermaii
woman of San Francisco , was in a dreadful
way the other day because she had lost the
key to a house she had Just moved out of , and
her landlady wouldn't lot her Imvo her mar
riage certificate until she produced It. Uy the
aid of a police ofllcar tbo mutter was llnnlly
compromised , Mrs , Nelson paying for the key
and the landlady yielding the precious docu
According to the marriage service em
ployed in the Salvation army the brldo Is i.ot
asked if she will obey her husband. Marshal
Uooth , on being nskcd for uii explanation of
this , said : "Wo do not admit thu inferiority
of women to mon in the Salvation army.
Tdat principle permeates the organization
from the general down to the meanest private.
In fact , most of the married warrlon confess
that their wives nro the Iwttur half. "
Joseph Spoonman , a dashing young bar-
keeiwrof St. Joseph , Mo. , ran away with
Mrs. G. A. Mlllor of Savannah , Mo. Miller
followed them to a boarding house In East
St. Louis. Ho would kill the pair at sight ,
but ho was so overjoyed at finding his loved
though erring wlfo again that ho forgot his
threats , took bar In his arms and nearly
smothered her with kissos. Ho asked her ta
return homo with him , and after much por-V
suasion she consented and they walked to the
depot together- talking to her and she cry-
Ing. The pair remained In the iclny depot
waiting room about nn hour. The forgiving
husb.mil illlea his wlfo's lap with cairlics- *
nnd oranges. She did not touch them , however -
over , but bat nnd sobbed on her husband' *
Teacher How do you spend Sunday ,
Tommy ( Tommy f can't spend It all. Pu
makes us kcop the Sabbath.
Mndgo Do you over really got nn answer
to your prayers I Hov. Mr. Wllgus Oftcu.
Mudgo Negative or positive ?
Sunday School Teacher And why do you
say your prayers before vou go to bed ,
Johnny i Johnny 'Cause I'd got licked If 1
"What Is Friday's religious belief ! " "He's
a member of the I , < mg-Ilstnnco ) church. "
"What klndot a chuich i.i thatl" "Tho go-
Preacher ( to three-year-old scholar )
"Lulu , what 'do you go to Sunday school- *
forl" Llttlo. Lulu ( with linger in hoi-
mouth ) "To see Dlcklo Johnson. "
I play with sntan for six days ,
The seventh go to church-
Anil thus I leave the wicked ways
Of satnn In the lurch ,
A , D. ' . ' ,000 , : "Did you go to hoar the phon
ographic parson this morning ! " "Yes ; but
they got In the wrong cylinder nnd we hud.
'Hionn's Address to the Homatis1 insto..d of u
Mr. IMngo- Well , Tommy , what did you
learn at .Sunday school today ( Tommy I
learned how to say uniro. Mr. Illugo Lel < *
hear It. Tommy ( meekly ) It only goes \vlth\
two pieces of cake , *
Llttlo Uli 1 "Mrs , .Hlghtono snywour
preacher Is uu&tero. What docs that mianl"
Llttlo liny "Huh I You girls don't know
bonnv 11 she says our preacher Is a steer
she means our preacher la n bully preacher. '
" \Vho carried elf the gates of ( ! iual' '
asued the Sunday school superintendent.
It wns the second morning after Halloween ,
and twenty-suvon boys rose up nt onw ami f
.mild they hadn't anything nt all to do with \if \
| rf would not bo well If all the world were
Ilrciuiso-atid this l& ono of many Hi/lnplcs
If all men wcro , where would Uui cli-rgy got
Uueir sinners for their horrible cxamploal
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