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TITE OMATIA SUNDAY BEE: DECEEK 16. lOOfi.
About Plerys, Play&rs and Playhouses
visit to Onirt.li was hi
annual In the good old ds a t the Crelghfm and hi. young law partner. Tillford TVheeJer. is for laughing purpose only, and a Utge
nominated for the office, wriee;r to in m c.er mmtuiwi. - -
I I - n Um k; nw,il IntM a-tt Ia U'stiflOfl f'ltv With I ll A fll-in
I rV. J u.rei.ful In every regard; from ir.atlon. Her hurt.nnd. Harry Hereford, love with I,ucy. the .laughter of ntgby, beauty choru keep the activity up from
1 a financial etandpolnt it wa th. wu the comedian nd Ml Dunn was the and Wheeler ha promised nor that In the .tart to flnUh. There are Many big mu-
I i blggeat hit he ever made here, eouhrette. Rha wns then n.oKt an, bilious coming campaign h lll not wage a r-r- elciil numbers and among the lati are.
while viewed artlntically It surpasses any- in her work, but felt that her diminutive eonal war agalnet r.er miner, in a arena -"' a.i
thing ha haa ever achieved, lit least so stature kept her back and looked forward n the villa grove. P.Igby bitterly de- Hunter Jim. Twaa Buey lsiy.
r, i-- i .h. ir,(imt .,. .v,r.n. n.H. Who, Mr. n,..,n.... v,i tntniiftil r.nn.mpnt . , nnd In a nier Days." "Animal Flirtation, ooing
. t .. . . .-...I.-. 1 .. ll,u,ni 11fllV
acqu.iJritanoe extend over a considerable Manefteld wan making up hi company ah burst of anger the younger mail forgt ) " -"' , , V ,
period of year. Mr. Mansfield i now In arked and wna given a trial In tha role, hi promt to hi sweetheart and replies "Soiuelblnjr Btlly," "Dreams." "Th our
the very lenlth of hi powers a an actor. The flint rehearsal convinced the star that n kind to the Judge. Ktnm then on the Lemona," "Pe Sure the Girt You IUte,
He haa the physical strength to endure the he had a woman of uncommon talent, and ov affairs of Lucy and Tillford are loim- "I'd I.Ike to l.il.e a !lrl Dike 'i ou. A
great stralna ha put upon himself, and he gave her a contract for two year at what itralned. vt-ry novel nnd uttrHCtive number Is tha
t:e mental capacity to grasp and deal with once. She show a most comprehenalve f 'Kenclnf Oirls." In hlh the pretty g.rls
the tremendou problem he essay, while and Intelligent conception of the role, and 'With Its faithful prototypes of peoplo will teat tho tactics of eelf-dcfenf. forin
hla perception la clear and his discern- her method are no lesa artistic and correct of the average email college town, "The Ing' numerous p see to musical accompani
ment keen, CO that his efforts are directed than thoaa of Mr. Mansfield. As a result College Widow" conies to the Hiyd for a mcnt.
truly to the point Intended and his result her scenes are delightful. Her Mends here single performance on Sunday evening next,
are aa certain aa A mathematical process, were more than pleased to find her so well and thus who ara not planning therein an
In this plenitude of bis power for concert- attuated and doing such good work. evening of unalloyed pleasure are thong
tlon and expression h enme to us with $ who have not even remotely been In touch
"Peer Gynt," th greatest of hi achieve
ment from eveiy point of view. It was
. romlns Kventa.
"The' Bnuaw Man." tha moat ucreful
with recent stage history. George
bad acquired fame before he wrote
a thoroughly deserved tribute to the genius of all the New York auccessea of the last Wjom. .. but It remained for this fusel
of the man that the Boyd theater was season, wnicn ran tor over six iiionins ai
crowded to Its ulnioat during his stay In Wsllack's theater, will be seen nt the
tha city. A few years ago Mr. Mansfield Uoyd theater on Sunday, Monday and Tues-
waa really struggling; he had not attained day evenings and at nje"ial matinee on
the. recognition for which h was fighting; Tuesday, with Henry Jewrtt In the leading
th topmost pinnacle of fame nnd favor role. The I'lay and the company ar all
In America was held by another, but this 0f unusual strength. Mr. Jewell ha. It
man was determined to make a place for j ak), made a wonderful hit In the part
himself than which none should he higher.
Ha, came to Omaha one soason and spent
nrnS time here, playing to wretchedly
poor housea, but giving each night that
Hume rnrrful, studious, pollched ihnrao
terlxatlon of tho Individual nature he as
sumed. What a treat It was. even then, to
see Mr. Urummel. Haion (Thcrrlal, Shy
lock, or any of the men he aought to 11
Ininliuito with his genius. Even Pick
Dudacm under his cure rose from the
condition of roypterlng no'erdowell sailor,
a godless and graceless scamp. and
became a hero, boili physically arid
morally. Slowly the circle of his ad
mirer widened, not only In Omaha, but
elsowhere, until the naiAl of Mansfield Is
the surest guerdon of a full coffer the
manager can ask. It was Just before he
came to Omaha for the long stay men
tioned that he had lectured the public over
thij shoulders of the people nt Atlanta for
Its indifference to nrt. Hoyt was the narno
to Conjure with then, and "MoFadden's
of C'arston, the Englishman, who for love
of his cousin s wife conies to America and
later becomes tho "Squaw Man." In the
company are Included such well know play
ers as Urandon Hurst, Kdlth t'artwrlght,
Virginia Hucliunun, J. M. Colvlllo, Ioguii
Paul, Mlnnlo Vlntoraun and Frank Kil
day. Tho play will be produced by I.lehler
& Co., which mean it will be finely staged rlvft hrr frtendB a ciliu., to i.or
because It Is strictly original Is one rea
son for the Immense popularity attained
by Oeorge Ade's "The County Chairman,"
which come to the IJoyd on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday and a Saturday mati
nee. There Is bright dialogue, genuine
humor and an Idyllic love story and a com
plement of characters, or rather, Oeorge
Ade "type," which are the most Inughable
creations seen on the latter-day etage.
There is an Intensity about the action
noting comedy to crown his career us u
playwright. From the opening of Its re
markable run In Nw York thore hni been
such a unanimity of opinion regarding tho
merit of "Tho College Widow" that Its
performance Invariably resolves liwelf Into
an Ovation. Henry W. Savage liu given
Mr. Ade play the cast and scenic, env iron
moot that so worthy an effort deserves.
The play of "Canillle" is so well known
tltat tnorcly to announce it lias been se
lected for the coming week at tha Cur
wood theater is to direct Interest to tl.til
playhouse. Director Long has selected this
for Miss Klllotl's farewell apiicarauco tj
one of tho leading roles of the stage. Miss
Elliott haa given It a great deal of stndy
and looks forward to tho part with much
expectation. She la peculiarly fitted for
the role and should give a most satisfac
tory Interpretation of it moods and emo
tions. Mr. Morrison will be the Armand
of the cast and will bring to the part his
strong force, and between this pulr of
clever peovle Uie beauties of the LHimas
tragedy of love should be thrown Into high
relief. The rest of the cast Is made up
from the strength of the company, Mr.
Ulaylock appearing for the first time with
which keeps the spectator on the qui viva
now of Flats" filled theaters in which the all times. The comedy haa been truth- fhn orlI,nlmlin. hfi ,..i,ina ,Ua r,ia.- .,f
compsny could not nowadays find an open fuy described as the very epitome of llfo Mr rowler. Mr. Umg has given much
date. Itlchard Mansfield persisted In this country vuwge una n anounas in
The characters common to a
attention to the production and promises
Hap Ward In a new musical how, "Not
Yet, But Boon," Is booked at the lvrug for
two nights, starting Tuesday, December
18. Mr. Ward appears ns Hill Nerve, an
unettiuus Individual, who was born with a
distune fur work nnd whose wife and chil
dren have him brought to Prof. Nutt'
sanitarium In hopes that he muy be cured.
Hill refuses to see It that way. but he suc
ceeds In summoning up enough energy to
extract all maimer of fun from the pro
fessor nnd his patients. The characters by
which Hill finds himself surrounded make
this no easy matter, and tho members of
the cast flit from Jest to song wfch re
freshing case. A company of fifty people
assist Mr. Ward, and tha names on the
program compHso a number of the best
known musical farce octors of this country.
Chief unions; thcui aio lucy laly, Fred
Wyckoff, Robert Evans, Matt Woodward,
Dick Baity, John C. Hart. FTed Parreut,
Charles Sandy Chapman, Carrie Merrllees,
Jennie Palmer, Marian Merrill and Helen
IJ. C. Whitney' production of the "Show
tiirl," or "The Magic Cap," will be seen at
the Krug theater next Thursday, Friday
ond Saturday. Tho organisation, which
cotnpr.se some fifty artists, Is under the
personal direction of B. C. Whitney. The
book Is by IV A. Barnett, who Is responsible-
for such successes as "1132," "Evange
line, ITio Clrl From Paris" and other
Klco successes. The music Is by E. W.
Corliss and H. V. Heart. The comedians
will say and do things which are genuinely
funny, and the singers of sensational songs
possess voices. The compuny Is headed by
that clever comedienne. Hilda Thomas, and
includes the following well known people:
Ixiu Hall, Wendell Phillips. Kittle Neil,
Llllium Gorman. Kline & Keller. John A
JtHKHTfi.- i , ...
10- 25 - 50
2 wiViV" a MATINEE TODAY
A-NXr.lL VISIT or "THAT H.NXY I.ITTLK I i:iXOV"
Direction of V.. U. Hlalr
ritKPKNTIVJ THIS SK.SON THK SkCONH SKCTIOX Ol' THK IT V I.IMITKD
BUSY IZZY'S VACATION
a h;axtic MKi,oiiors musical spmtacm: kmiikacim; a company or
50 ULKVF.H COMKHIANS S1M.KKS AM DANUHM 50 MUSICAL XUMIUOUS -JO
Caterer to the Laughing Publie
N,0HMTiTfERwDNC5DAv Tuesday Night, Dec. 18
M1T rxrrrTn With Lucy Ualy
TIE BAF1D rimB HUMORIST
IV an all Hsw Bong Show, Built
for laughing mrposes Only and
Trad Wyckhoff, John Oassy, 3.
Hart, Chss. (Sandy) Cbapinaa,
Ab Friedman, Harry Parent, Bob
art Evans, Kichard Barry, Merrian
Merrill Manda But. Madaliuo
Bocklay and the Fr-ttlsst. Best
Dressed CHOBUS IB AMERICA.
AB HSW SHOW
as he hna In other things, nnd ne no longer .um.i. ,u... i ..c ui.mucu cuinniuu io a. a,i...u.,, environment fop
need complain that hla art I not appro- amall community are shown with Just a Tn9 ttnt performance will be given at a
elated. His difficulty now Is that he can touch of satire, always laughable, but with on Kudttv .n,. anrt th(K ,..,
not give enough performances to mtlsfy never the "ting of caricature The piece bo reD,ted eauh evening during the. Buunders. Ben Mulvey. the "Show Girl"
wie ue.,.,.u. - . ...-v.....-k. k.,u.. weck( wltn maUnea on Tuesday, Thursday four quartet and a large chorus.
- Jim 1 luckier, the county chairman, rules anj gaiur(iay. .
Ills career on the stuge has been one of tho little town of Antloch in a political Oloriou Puplnta, after j.n absence of five
progress, and tliiB means for him a going way. His strongest opponent Is Ellas George Sidney .the clever little comedian, yeurs, returns to delight the Orpheum pa
ahead. Euch souson has seen at least ona Illgby, who Is a candidate for the office and his big company will commence their trnns wllh her beautiful lire and mirror
important production, one new character or prosecuting attorney. Hackler, by his 'vacation" celebration a,t tho Krug for two dnnw for the week Kturtiug with a matl
coimuered and made a part of tho Mancfltld "gum shoe'' methods, succeeds in having nights, starting matinee today. Tho show nee lodny. Her mylad dance, which Is ac-
compllshed with an Ingenious arrango-
mcnt of nilrvor reflecting the pretty queen
of terpsichore and her gorgeoua fire dance
In Wlileh Taplnta's sl-.apoly figure is ap
pareiitly enveloped In seething flames of
iridescent anpect ure pronilsed, even better
than before. Even vecro n t the famous
Puplnta on the rrogruui It Is promised ex
ceedingly good. Another very prominent
feature will lie the four Bard brothers, the
noted American symnusts, who are de
clared the moft original o their guild.
Pretty women will play an Important part
on th program, among them being Violet
Dale, with song and her impersonations of
Fay Tenipleton nd other, celebrities- Just
back from Europe, James Cullen, "The Man
From the West," will entertain' with
stories and parodies. Emmet Devoy and
company will present a screaming- one-act
Monday eveninc. Iiuramhir 17 -m- -m furce comedy entitled "The Saintly Mr.
3 Nights and Saturday Matinee. Starting Thursday Night, DEC. 20
"OH, LOOK WHO'S HERE!"
It. C. WIHTXKVS BROADWAY KM I'll TIC MUSICAL HIT
THE SHOW GIRL
HILDA THOMAS AND LOU HALL AND SOME THIRTY MORE
A PRODUCTION' Or TALK XT, ARTISTIC OUALIT1KS, COSTLY CM)WXS AND A RICH IIKAUTY CHORUS
. FAMOUS FOR 20 - B!jj Song Bits -20-10 Vaudeville Acls-CAICHY MISIC
Four Nights. Starting Sunday Matinee Dec. 23rd Christmas Matinee
S. If. DUDLEY and
The Smart Set Co
THE BLACK POLITICIAN
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rirrSa i it'ti"" ""'t "' ,r-- 7 ama i
Music and Musical Notes
repertory. No other great actor in modern
times has so persistently and deternilnodjy
followed this co-irw. Other men have been
content to apjear In roles with which they
and the public were familiar, and In tho llfo
record of ninny a one of these It la wt
forth that he enacted such and such a role
so many thousands of times. Not so
with MuiislH'ld; he has looked steadily
forward, determined that he should not
become a part of any olio character
in tho. whole realm of plays, but that
many character should becomo Us:
that his namo should be associated
with such a lint of undertakings and
achievements as would make him remem
bered as a creative genius. Kven when he
reached tha conclusion that he would tak
a rent and announced his Intention of re
tiring from tho stage at tha end of throe
years, of which two have passed so fur as
. I... t ..........wl 1.1 illH llf.t Htuuidoll
o""' nii"., - I ,..,..,,., i. . ..u. ju i. i- .. - "
his purpose of creating. It sunson he r " u "u " tno 1rst Congregational church. All lovers
gave us -Don Carlos ' In such a ivvlval as " " P"P thlg flna drill In public of the exquisite In mualo should go. Mr.
the merit of the pluy did not warrant, but orches ral work: also the evening, aro of Tabor' program, are a treat. Indeed. He
bringing out Its artistic qualities into such " oonenr o music lovers m get- plays as very few organists can play-
relief as redeemed Us other rhortcouilngs
In a lurgo ineiiaure. .This season It Is "Perr
Oynt," but all the time he Is prepared to
step Into the garments and habits of uny
of his creutlons; l'llnco Otto or Cyrano,
King Henry or llrutus, Ilck Dudgeon or
Ikau Uurniiiul. any of the long line he Is
ready to do and does do. This Is his work
.and will be Ins monument.
"Peer Oynt" presented physical as well
as crtlstlc obstacle ibal looked Insuper
able. It had been pronounced unactabk.
Mr. Manatleld hus produced It, and with
such genuine nrt that the stupendous na
tuie of hla achievement Is lout sight of 111
tlm muKtiincenee of I he rosult. A more
X MONDAY evening last at Unity tho Schmollcr &. Mueller auditorium under
church Mr. L-andsberg gave hi tho local management of Mrs. tv. W.
i annual pupils' recital before a Turner.
very appreciative audience. Mr.
Landsherg spends a great deal A meeting of the May feetlval committee
of time nnd thought upon this yearly was held at Mr. Borglum's studio on
apiwnrnnee of his advanced students. The 'Wednesday. The different members re
program Is always Interesting and con- Ported the progreaa which they had made,
clentlously carried out. Tho outlook I extremely good. The dl
Tuesday night Mr. Cuscaden gave his acc- rectorat worked hard and earnestly.
or.d orchestral concert, with Mr. Den- A ,rra BUbsctiption list ha already been
Ion. pupil vt Mr. Kills, a tenor soloist. J"0 Tn buslne8 houses have also
So f.r 1 have been unfortunate In not hear- helped generously. The festival should bo
ins tho programs. It I. exceedingly to be a ucteB8' artistically and flndnoiaZly.
regretted that this second concert came
upon Manetield "Fetr Oynt" nlsht. Mr. Tabor give his second organ recital at Billings." Mis llcrinlne Shone, said to be
one of the moat charming ana sweciem ui
young actresses, is with the Devoy com
pany. Then there will be Fred Watson
and the Morrlacy sisters, singers and
dancers: Einlllu Hose, styled "The Dainty
house to listen to him. Lady Athlete. " und new kliiodroine pictures.
December 22 Mr. aifhTiT announces a con
cert by Ellen Beach Yaw at tho Audi
torium, assisted by Maximilian Dick vio
linist; Qaorgella Loy, pianist, and A. Bat
ting acquainted with orchestral works, of here or abroad
which we hear all too few. He 1 also
fortunate In having the collaboration of
Mr. Kills' advanced pupils. Mr. Kills has
mude an enviable place for himself mu
sically and socially since coming to
He should have a full
Tho 'Teer Gynt" muslo In the Munstleld
production of the play added immensely
to the vivid pleasure of tho evening. In
the main It was protty well done. "Apltras'
Danco" was decidedly ragged. Nore of
it came up to the standard set for us by
the great orchestra of the country, but
There will be a recital given by tie
pupils of Miss Louiso Shadduck and the
Omaha Juvenllo orchestra Saturday even
ing, December 15, at tha Bclmioller ft Muel
! Ill friint MaelilHil
Tt Is said that Charles H nry MHer ha
Just completed a new play for .Mrs. Leslie
ui.uidMi'i "Anthonv nnd Cleopatra
Is to he given an early revival In London
by Uecrbolim Tree.
Kugenla Itlalr has followed -Blanche
'VVulsli In "The Woman In the Ciue," und
will tour tho country In that pluy.
May llobson I to be Kturrfil next season
unilei- the imiiiiivemonl of the Hires. She
has signed a bv-year contract to that
Clmrle Frohtuan alled for London on
Wednesday, lie will look alter a numuer
IXtT- Special Tuesday Matinee
LIEDLER O. CO. PRESENT
THE S QUAW API
Miss Yaw has been abroad studvinr t.
Kah l I V.n ...U,. ...1.1 1 i J... . .
,i ! uuu tmvo nn uuo len yeai-H. ner art nas broadened, fihn i.-ii.h r..niini
weight and attention to the play? It had has received good notices all throurh th- I,..,,.. Tl. -T'v h.-rJ
c mpl. to and genuine trlumiih could hardly to bo sulnluod and was more of a secondary east. She will be remembered a the girl Ferdinand Oottsohalk and Alice Fisher
be eonolvcd Without deliato ns to the ureiiw mm BUBgesuon. io int;ac w-no were wun mo .pucnonienuuy high voice. Year ure '" "u"1 ,u f vuuo, j .i
dramatic worth erf the play, the fact tl at familiar with It the Juxtaposition of the ago she was heard at Boyd'.. I remember .'."1 wni'Lippiled Zv Louis' liaUeU.
it has been put on tlie .tage In the manner muslo and the action were an added da- particularly her singing of the "Lost Itose Tho new Baldwin tlieater was opened In
so entirely satisfactory la In itself moat lujbt. of Bummer." Miss Yaw Is tall and uesthetlo New Oi lean last Wednesday. It has been
noteworthy. And, withal, Mr. Mansfield Both evenings the orchestra played also looking, very like a Illy. Georglclla Lay. erectod atih "f ;.'f stock coni-
hus su.-ceeded In making the lesson of two or three of tho Mendelssohn "Songs pianist, and Maximilian Dick, violinist, la'nly, '
-v-pr r.vnt" so nlaln that even tho dullest Without Word." Thl was rather a de- were with her on her former tour. Thev A.hw.ll the Knsllsli actress, has
puriure ana a most welcome one. TM lit- ai nave ocen aoroaa, studying and play- secured trom llaruvy Manners mo pmiu
tie song. "Sho Wore a Wreath of Itoses in Ing. rights '" "" 'xpipci'toe'her
Her Hair." wjiich Mansfield sang In the I once mot Mr. Dick at a Minnesota fish- London Vaaon nt the. Haymarket.
last act of "Beau Uruinmcl," lrought to '"If camp, where he wa restinir. On ji.triTwon do Angeles, who has boon play-
t' thou wert cold mind ids talent for music, which he used night we had a donee, with a country nd- "Th Uirl R,,u the Oovrnor " very suc
thou art luke-' to give wide play In the se.ond act of H to supply ths music. Along at the LVVj'tt rlt good" bk-'
mere was a lingering " ocmn,, wnen we paa all had man. Jio eaueuli. to resume his tour at an
By EDWIN MILTON ItOYLK with the following great cant:
Edith CartwriKht, Urandon Hursf, John Harrington, Minnie Tictorson,
J. M. C'olville, LoKan Taal, and Twenty Others.
300 Seats on Lower Floor at 1.00.
Thursday Friday Saturday. Matinee Saturday.
THE COUNTY CHAIRMAN
BY CJEOKGE ApE. , Jf . ......
ORIGINAL NEW Y0RY COMPANY
with THEODORE BABC0CK as JIM HACKLER
300 Soats Lower Floor at $1.00.
NEXT SUNDAY ONLY
THE COLLEGE WIDOW
THK PLAY THAT BREAKS THE RECORDS
WOOD -- nTweek
MATINEE TOOAV - TONIGHT -ALL WEEK
Professions! Matinee Tuesday Souvenir Matinee Thursday
WOODWARD STOCK COMPANY
In a tSumiituou Revival of Dumas'
OA 31 LLE
IKICES EveuiiiKS and Sunday Matinre 10 23c. Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday Matine, 10c 20c. 1
Next Week Madame Sans Gene with Constance Adams.
ft CREIGHTOM A
'Phon Douglas 494.
Sunday Matinee, Dec. 16
To-day 2:15 To-night 8:15
Th Marvelous Mirror Dane
America's Foremost Gyranaata,
Tbe Ct arming- Singer and Mlmta.
Just Rotumed frpm Europe
"Th Man From ths WeaL"
EMMET DEVOY & CO.
entln "The Saintly Mr. Billing."
FRED WATSON and
Novelty Singing and Dancing.
' EMILIA ROSE .
The Dainty Lady Athlete.
Exclusive New Motion Picture
rxiozs 100. 80o, BOO.
Let Us Send You
r Thl3 Superb
Lyon & Healy
It Ik a
of listener csn comprehend It
rrnion agalmt the ain of n-lf.
"I know thv works, that thou nrt neltlier
cold nor hot; I would tua
or hot. Bo then because
warm, und neither cold nor hot, 1 will pew "1'rlmo Karl.'
thee put of my mouth." Thl wa the nies- awcetne ami gencial tAmperumcnt of at
me given the uugcl of the Church of the monyhere about it wlih.ii bclray.-d him
a great time and danced ourtelvas lnm.. i-arlv date.
Mr. Dick went up to the fiddler, took l.ls J. 1- Dodsun 1 to o lula vaudeville with
I.aodlcenna to write. It was hardly a new
thought, even then. The lukewarm Individ
ual or organisation haa never been of use or
force in the world, and the Button Molder
haa always been busy, positive action one
way or the other la what is required. The
worldly-wins man, who. liko Peer Gynt.
undertake to mak hie vice and hie vir
tue balunee. who haa . a native baptized
' for each Idol aold, and who glvea grog
gratis to the slave he aell. arid anutt ad-
in yet another field o art,
a wonderful man.
lie I in truth
fiHrfl. uuv frr.... i, in, .. i . u. stiomc fcKeLcii eiilllieu jticneneu.
. ' - " "r we .i.i.i, k- ,11,
Joxef liicvlrne, tho great Ruulan pi-
. . . ..i tl... tu.rr ,tr in..
at still aa mice, while the erstwhile. r,,,V evcra. vuaia uku Dodsou n.adj
squeaky old instrument gav out auch tones a atroug lmi'iession when he iiaed ihe I
ana aweemtfa as no one dreamed could ,OJ' 111 -ur
..... K... In i. ru- t. I .ram l.l,, Ion will KlVO a llUI!lter of
aniKt. began hla Ainerhan tour November. " , , ' "' 'u-ry "QO'er mut)nc- ,K!-,ormance of HiownlnM at the
16 with the New York Philharmoulo so- ,'eclv, 11 bfttk wlt ot uiiiigled hi- i.yceu.n theater. New York, .luring the
a ouuiiij ana reverence. coming inontne. J no oral oi tueau w w
. tlie oremler Auurican lieailnc ot "Colwin-
Oil lvctsuiutai IQ:
ciety. The program v.a aa follows: a
Overture Co rlti lun. op. 02 Iieethoven
Elne Klelne Nachtniualk, string or-
Concerto, for piano and orchestra. t
Ka VnrV hna annth.. l.nA. ....L.I. Im'm UlrLil.lav"
rv,.i- ki. .u... ..t William Furnum. who played th title
dltloual to the widow, may convince him- Symphony. E minor TchUtowky
elf that he la doing all that 1 required ot Th critic of the Mualcal Courier thu
him. H l literally following the Troll charactcrtzea hi
maxim: '"Troll, to thyaelf bo enough. But atein number:
he U denying hlu.aelf the aweetest part of 11e Kubinsteln D minor concerto. plyd
existence, the share of human love and by I.hevinne. was an admirable nerforni-
hoDa and mlaery nd despair uud triumph anre. worthy of the warmest praise. The
" . . . , . . u. voimg HiiHSlau pianist had chosen a work
and defeu.1 that U hla heritage. Hoele.y wllhVhl.-h he waa thoroughly en rapport,
may l founded on selfishness, but It i n.ml In Ita every measure he revealed hla
tlie aelfiah desHre for sympathy and aaslst,- delight In the virtuoso composition with
.,. ki,i. It t,,lli.r and tha merelv " lHf tlatlng romantic flavor. All the
ance that hold It together, sad the merely tevnia,.nl atul toIlit vir,uas whoh the Mu-
neutral individual who accepts all and glvei rtii Coui.er has had ocraalon to com-
nothliig la doing notlilng for society. "To mend so many limes lu Uievlnne a playing
at tha ltammeratelu opera house. Ills
vole 1 truly lyrlo, exquisitely sweet, and
he execute runs, trills and ornaments
rol In "Han liur" when It was proaucea
here, and who now liaa the utle role in
Tha Prince of luOla. ' was marneu ui
Olive A. Whits last week. She la an aclresa
and was formerly tne wife of Edgar 111-
lnw luu" with cratal-liW nuritv. Ttnl .A n. .
playing of tbe Rubln: put.rent, but equally good. What riches! ' It. Aino Acte. the nnish lngr. foi
O, for a box at both opera houses and an several staaona a member of the Aletropol-
automobli. to rush me back Ml ryrth! y? r'Ti-
Will anyone ever Invent for the strenuous Klciiarrt Btraubs lilmseif iu Heriin. bh
American a way to be In two places at contemplates a tour of a number of tee
onceT Personally. I would like to go to iead.ng iiuropean cities.
InUU nnd dever how to pu, away my l. J
body in some comfortable nook and go , tne IM!W uien MacDonough farce oomeuy.
ailing, sailing with my soul. What good with muaic. ' Too Near Home.' which liaa
are bodies. snywayT (lunisv, bulky lioseu by the Will J. Block Amuae-
tblrur! Forever trvln, to I ! . ff th.e veldc . fw iuriUil
. ,,i.tt mav nv a, trreit lpil were again in rvmenee iusi ana .in - - 1- -k lamina Lru, ui fcu khui v.-
thyaelf be enough may no a grrai ueji M,rforinillu.- ,VB, a pimuc and Irnpoalng their creaking way with the spirits that dieiuie, who haa occupied a prominent piace
of trouble along the way, but at the end ,,ice 0f art. l.hevlnne haa tlie roi,rtaen, are In them. Bodiaa keen shrieking for In the enturtainnrant held for seve.al yeara.
of the road la the Button Molder. waiting and repose of a inaater. qualltlea moat ri0,h.,, and id ha tA Thv .r. ti,. -h,i Tlie company haa revnUy be-n organ. red
,! hot), l.i Illuminating thia thouirht grateful-and most rare-ln a work which rUj" a,ia f6d- Tll- the whole d , v in rehearsal, and the e:u.t em-
w.th hla ladle. In l.lumiuatmg thla thought eoustant exaggerailon of Source of troubles and worrj' und yet men brace a number of well known play era. in-
tuuipl and rhythm aa the Huutnatein I) are afraid of death and think it an awful eluding Frederick Bono. Alice jonnsun.
minor concerto, i nn nit roaucuon was I uun- thing. I ll warrant when our h,,.k. Nena Blake, l tiari- a jiumwii uin "V
0y. Wednesday, Dec 19
Soats now on sale at th Boyd Bo Office.
Mr. Mansfield haa roilowea very closely the
Idea that muet have been uppermost In
the mind of the poet. With all hla cyn
icism and his pitiless scorn for weakness.
11, sen haa a deep and unfailing sympathy
dered forth In approved tlrtunatir- atyl.
the csnuibile episodes sang tenderly and
rciilfuHy, and the vedenxa wae worked
tin Into a .enl elluiax. with purpose and
- .... ... if . ..f kina ui. ih.t txiwerful culmination, in tlie aecoud move
lor vim . . 1.1,.,'lrna nm.ln Ilka nf i.mnv t-.a,illl,.l
are . i.,,,i ,.,,.r.. ..f na iurus'
gone, we 11 wonder how we ever were pa- oU.c which perfectly rovers four fun ..c-
tlerl with them so long. Then we will taves' from a dei baritone to a Illicit i-
underatand. prano, haa Inspired Motor Herbert to pio-
All tbl. haa wandered far from Bond.
- - . . ' ...1,1. ., l,,.w
givaiv n color lima ana imw itnneg ana eniAiie " ...... a. .-n ..ww a nwmu sv;ii wnen i than the ceie.iraiea iviua wna,
of pointing out miatakea and urging hi pedaling. The finale s a stimulating get to New Tork and Uy'to al.sjrb a year's' proven one of tho moet u,-cesful thiiigs
fellow men to get Into the right. Thing brauia exhibition and brought out tho iuoitanee In three weeks ever done by Composer Herbert, llioms
.1 . . mnla and clear to him .r. full brilllaiicy of Lhevlnne a splendid wriat UOBln,- " ,nr w h( llMVe read the MucDonougli book ie-
that uppeartd .mpl and clear to him are pr (0,.hnlc. The. were many nea- ' . , ' g:U-d "Ton Near Home ' aa a etrueture l.u It
set forth plainly and baldly, but tlie pur- b, rcent and shudlng In the whole n MXt Thuraday evening at th Preaby- J UlP irong and ltopular lines of thu
blind ud tiff-neckad generation decilnea perforrnauc width Lhevlnne and 8alononT terian church, Bellevue. the Gaul cantata, Hoyt farces of a t-w yeiira and predict
to heed h.. admonmon. It thi. heed- --'t"!, plw.nT'navVtu 71" "k" ldw't 'Xi
leaaness of mankind that ha necessitated the woi k playe.l In-tore by a Itusaian. and a'rsctton of Alice M. J'awcett Her " valiiut Htreet theater. Phhaoelphla,
a continual repetition of th meaeage. Ibaen under a Russian conductor. . Bellevue college choru will afford the January ". thence to Baltimore. Waalilng-
ts not alone: every teacher since th be
ginning haa had the aame experience.
Some lime the people will accept the truth,
and wilt then make It appear that it h:ia
always been mo. and "the voice of one ciy
tng in the wllderneaa" haa never been
heard. Human nature, you know, I queer.
O:io of the delightful features of the en
gagement for Omaha fnlka was tlie excel
lent wo. k done by Mlaa F.mma Dunn aa
Ae, tho "dear li:tle ujjly old mother" of
the great hobbledehoy. Mis. Dunn B a
u. ember o Woodwaltl Slock company
I.licvh.ne had a routing reeentlon. which
max richly deserved, and the New York
public left him In no doubt aa to the
permanency of Ihe warm affection which
it formed lor him when he Jirxt aiirmieed
thla tiiii wl'h hia line artlulo gifts and
his a inning personality Jaat year.
W. J. llcnderaon of the New York Bun
"Lhcrlnne is aa artist. Ill technique
la admirably developed. He can play
rapidly, powerfully, clearly and with a
wide range of dynamics. Furthermore, he
can mal.e the Instrument slug."
l.htvUuie rltt) iu Oirahu February at
background, with Mia C. M. WUhelra so
prano, Mia Hishou contralto, Mr. H. C.
Hazleton tenor, and Mr. U. W. Uanchepter
bass, a th sololeta. Omaha people can
take cure for B-llevue at Twenty-fourth
and N streets, 8oulh Omaha, at T o'clock
and will get curs returning at t o'clock.
The third recital gtven by the pupil of
Frud Q. Ell i will be given Tuesday, De
cember H. assisted by Frank Etrawn. pupil
of Mr. 1 tor, 1 urn. and Charles Havelicek.
pupil of Robert Cuscaden.
ton and Chicago.
WILD ANIMAL Cl'R"l s.
7-ilia Ah EN A ACTU 7
Performing Uona, Arabian biaillona,
P.l.ling Lion "Nero," Talking Pony
"KouieO." Trained Dogs and Monkey.
U Open 11 a, m. to 11 p- - AdinUsion
M ELLEN BEACH YAW
. t ' '
-. i .im''
MIlS tl.LKN IIKACII YAW.
THK WOHM.F.lH)lM COMHIA
Tl'HA Mli'KWd KINUKIt,
MA.XMII.IAN HICK, YloliuiM.
MlfS (I-AHUillOMaA I.AV, IManiel.
MR. A. UATTI.KS, Hutlt.
A K.ipt'rb Pr.ieram gure to uiet rvu
tiul uud tntliualaatl.- approval.
box office gale begin Wednesday,
Dec. 19, at tbe AlTHTOIUl'M.
Seats tuay bo ordered at any time
by uddregalng J. M. Glllun, iuanuger
Auditorium. Prices range from oOo
Op SIX DAYS' FREE TRIAL
Also a special offer in regard to easy
monthly payments.' Bandmasters and
Teachers particularly requested to
write. Thev will leara anmefhinir new
freati y to their advantage. Address, i
OaptB. LYON St HEALY, Chicago
Jean P. Duffield
lOStPH GhHNTS SUCCESSOR
Studio, Suite 512, W. O. W.
' ' ; Building
BOYD THEATER SCHOOL
Profess'onal expxrience while atudyii.g.
XaUaXaLaJT riTCK, Director.
MAT1NKK8. ENGACIEMKN Tfl
SOl-SO'J Uoyd Theater. W. J. Burgees, Mk'r.
FLORIDA A!ID CUBA
Illinois. Central Railroad
Tickets on sale dally at greatly
Choice of. several dlfterent
Information and tickets at
CITY TICKET OFFICE
1 102 Faruaio ht., Diualia.
District rang.T Ag'"t.
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