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TITE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 13, 1903
Special Announcement OBV3!!.T?n,5r Sept. IB
AUOUHT MTOU PRBSCHTS
By RUla Johnson Tonng ia Colaboration with Rita Olcott. Scenes Ita
at Innlshannon Time 1830. ......
REAR OLCOTT'S KSW BONOSI "The ETH that Came Trom Ireland," ' "If
Yon'll ttnumbat Me." "Sweet Otrl of My Drenuis." "The fcangh WltU a Tear
In It." and "I Curt to Belieea la tho rartes."
rira Performance Starting Sunday Wight. Sept. BO. Matinee Wednesday.
MR. JT A IVIES O'NEILL COMPANY
IW HIS HEW FX.AY
THE BIO LOHDOS SUCCESS.
iwamBiiM uiui JW.il 'iUSJ'l.iJt
'irrRnNFS - Bell,
Sumptuous Scania Production of William Shakaapaara'a Immortal Drama,
"AIL THE WORLD
LOVES A LOVER"
Magnificently Costumed Adequately Ptacd Cnnsummntel v Interpreted. .
MB. QBBW AS "ROMEO" MISS ELLIOTT AS "JULIET".
Bast Sunday Ths Whimsically Waggish rare MBS. TEMPLES TELEGRAM-
1 So-0 3o-S0c-ffBo
2 sorting- Matinee Today
THK PLAY THAT WON'T
2 Days Starting- TlieS Sept. 15
Matisaa Wad. utfv'
A KTOIIV OF THK OLD
SANTA FK THAI L
OF THE TRAIL
3 Days Starting- Thlir. Sept. 17
Matlnaa Sat. "
IN THE THK1LLINO
THE BURGOMASTER ,
Gossip About Plays and Players
EPTKMBER sunslilne Is all rlsht
eT 1 in its way, but when It com-
I hlncs the fervor and Intensity
(II I ' 1 1 I 1 I AUUBl J l, IIUIJ I,VA
adds a bit for good measure, it
ia not pleasant to go to the
theater, either tor players or public. In
this view the last week will go down us
one of the most successful in the history
tit local histrionics, for patronage was very
good all week. The Burwood did a very
large business, the strength of the play and
the excellence of Its presentation drawing
full houses at all performances. "The
Idler," without solving any problems, tells
a story that contains the elements of Inter
est and eurprlse, and while it is trite in
many of its uxpects, It presents enough of
novelty In Its way to provide entertainment.
To Miss Elliott It gave u splendid oppor
tunity in the role of u charming young
woman, sincere ajid earnest, but llght
heaiteti and merry, to pluce herself In 1m
inlnent danger in an effort to save her
husband, in each of tlireo acts she had
sienen of intense force, and made much of
them. Mr. tirevv was In opposition, bat
suffered lllllo by reason of this. John
Todd had a splendid chance and took full
advantage of It. TI10 work that is being
done at the Hurwood is uttructing much at
tention, and the popularity of the company
I growing dally. At tho Krug the week
Was cn of usual eap-erlenee. The Orpheuin
urew well with an ordinary bill. The lloyd
was dark, but will open again this week
and will likely keep it up during the re
mainder of the aeason. In the meuaitlme
the player folks are all eagerly waiting tor
the weatherman to redeem his promise of
tooler days and nights. It is almost im-
possioie to Keep "make up" on with the
mercury hovering around the nineties.
HAM. 'AIK AI) t'.N WHITTE.N LAW
Recent Traaadtes In the In Led Slates
laeyir the )ltsi Author.
LONDON. Sept. 12-(Speclal.)-liall Calne.
whether by Intention or through an amax
Ing coincidence, seems to possess in a su
perlative degree the quality of timeliness
in hia literary efforts. So it is that we
are not surprised to find him ill the field
with a brand new dianiaa entlilvd "The
Vnwritten Luw," which will be produced In
the English provinces and possibly In Lon
don early next year. The play develops
tho problem of how far a husband la Justi
fied in killing a man who has designs upon
the happiness of his home. The wife is en
tirely blameless In the matter and the hus
band's action is In the natuie of a pre
vention rather' than a cure or a revenge.
Instance of appeal to the unwritten law
have not yet made their appearance to any
extent in highly civilised England, where
wronged husbands have their emotions
under such restraint that they prefer to
onve from their ciub in a cau ana horse
whip the wreckers of their homes to
brandishing an automatlo revolver with
fatal results. Thus. It Is very evident that
although Hall Calne, lu discussing hla new
play, says the proLlem is a world-wide
una, it is from the Untied States that ho
geu hla Inspiration and his answer.
A little more than a week and w shall
sea the last of Oenee for another year, for
she must return to the United States. I
need hardly say that so far as the great
lltUs dancer Is concerned there is no ele
sneck vl tompuljiiou In the suatter. the ts
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Just dying to get back to the Great White
Way, and we do not have to go very far
afield to dlacover the reason. Over here
we all believed that the Danish girl had a
heart fortified against the wiles of men-
folks, but now she tells us herself that
she is engaged. Bhe is mum regarding
the Identity of the man whose charms have
accomplished this mlraohi. Everybody is
guessing, more or less wildly, snd even I
believe I know the man's name, but Oenee
refuses to admit thai I am correct and
I wouldn't dare translate my suspicions
Meanwhile Genee's successor has been
decided upon. During her sbsence last
year Topsy Slnden, a sprightly little home
grown - dancer, filled her place, but the
London appetite seems to require a foreign
morsel. Mile. Lydla Kyaksht, a premiere
danseuse at tho Royal opera house, St.
Petersburg, has been a feature of the Em
pire bill for some weeka past and it waa
very evident that the management were
taking that means of trying her out. Bhe
has ' made good" and has been signed for
tiiree years. Quite on the nulet 1 learn that
the Empire management hope at the end
of that time to rescue Genee from the
clutches of Klaw & Erlanger and to re
store her onee more to her old place at the
top of a bill at the Leicester Square house.
On this side of tiie Atlantic at least
the promoters of the "millionaire's" the
ater In New York m c making themselves
ridiculous. First, they feel compelled to
come over here for Granville liarkir as
stage manager, destlto the fact that there
are many competent critics on both sides
of the water who are frankly doubtful
of his ability and who do not hesitate to
express the opinion that he has been
grossly overrated. Second and this puts
the lid on it, they feel it necessary to
come to England for a leading man and
woman, and hit upon Useur Asehe and
his wife, Lily ill ay ton. Aside from the
question of the rrupriety Gf going oui-
slde of the United Stales for their play
ers, it U extremely doubtful that Asche
and Hi as ton would give any measure of
satisfaction In tho new theater. The for
mer is a fine uctor, hue plenty of ambi
tion, lots of ideas, a full measure of cour-
ago and excellent training. Lily Hrayton
however, Is un entirely different matter
there are twenty women in the I'nlteJ
Mate who could give her cards and
spades and then niaka her look sick be
hind the footlights. Asehe ia a big
enough man in England to carry ills wife
with him, but he neer would be in the
New York playhouse, where tne ells
criminating audience would not be satis
fied with anything but all-ruund ex
cellence of cant. One learns with relief
that, like Barker, they have refused the
tempting offers from New York, . and
Asehe says that if lie ever goes to the
United mates again it will be under the
management of Charles Frohman. who ap
pears tohave a prior hold on his serv
ices. The censor of plays, who was the sub
ject of a "round robin" signed by about
everybody who ia anybody lu art, litera
ture, tbe drama and the ranks of the
"first-nighters" In England some month
ago, la again in hot water. Although the
"round robin" did not pray for his ex
termination, it pleaded that he bs put In
leading strings, but nothing seems to have
developed, air. Gladstone, the home sec
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Give Easy Work to Maay a SlrncsUas;
NEW YORK, Sept. 12.-Woman's chances
of making a living have been increased by
the rise of the blograpli machines. Many a
young actress anxiously awaiting an en
gagement will agree to this. At the start.
when 0110 concern controlled the production
of moving pictures In this country, women
helpers were not seriously considered in the
plans of managers. As a rule when a
woman was needed a man donned petticoats
and played the part. Even now In a cer
tain class of pictures tills is sometimes
done. Every year there has been an In
creased demand for women to pose and In
dications are that the demand will go on
Increasing, for instead of one concern in
the field there are now fifteen at least.
"I need these in my business," explained
young woman who was surprised In her
bedroom by a visit from a friend. She was
working on what looked like a very full
pair of bloomers made of coarse Inexpen
sive gray flannel, with blouse waist to
"When do you expect to need anything
so uglyr asked the other in surprise.
"Next Monday morning, when I shall
Jump into the water, strike out for a row
boat, clamber In and row off."
. "Mercy!" gasped the listener. "What
sort of a play are you booked for now? I
thought you were not expecting an en
gagement for two months to come."
Then the other confessed. She was pos
ing for moving pictures, and her ability to
swim and manage a rowboat had got her
tho Job. These talents had not so far been
of any particular use to her in her stage
career, but supplemented with her stage
experience they made her eligible for a
moving picture model at a time when a itn
flvc-drlljr bills looked tike a fortune to
ber. In doing her stunt, she expla n'id,
after she and the photographer and his as
sistants had Journeyed to an isolated sub
urban apot, the young woman would wear
the gray flannel suit the full bloomers
easily passing for a skirt, especially when
water soaked. In scene number two of the
aame series she beaches her boat, suppos
edly half a mile away, although In reality
she only goes a few yards down the shore,
Jumps out and runs away. In fact at this
Juncture she does make a beellne to a
nearby house where dry wearing apparel
awaits her. The succeeding scenes of the
same series may not be made until the
next day and in quite a different part of
the country, the length of time required
depending a good deal on the cleverness of
the posers. This Is another way of saytnf
that the average amateur, no matter how
accomplished she thinks she is in aquatic
exerclsea or how much at home she may be
in a boat, is not likely to be favorably re
garded by managers for the role of a mov
ing picture model.
"We haun t time to coach the inexperi
enced." explained the head of one moving
picture concern. "Moving pictures are pan
tomime and to give good pantomime in
quires clever actors."
As a matter of fact so tremendously
varied is the present output of moving pil
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the stage without getting a chance to put
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All these, and In the aggregate there are
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Jumping out of a window.
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the woman who records that her specialty
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Five dollars a day Is the usual remunera
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other things which would make any sec
ond hand dealer the world over turn green
Therefore, when the eloping young woman
is spilled into the stream she wears clothes
from the property room. When the sth
letic, sure-footed young, woman in the
role of thief at a house patty climbs at
night out of one window, crawls along a
narrow coping high above the ground and
into another window she Is done up In
pajamas which belong to the property
room. Trolley and railroad fares, cai
riage and automobile hire are all paid by
the manager. Thus the $5 bill handed to
each actress the word model is not popu
lar with blogtaph employes at tho end
of a few hours work Is subject to no de
ductions for expenses and none ia uaked
to wait for her pay until tho end of the
week or until the series of pictures Is
To students from the various schools of
acting the moving picture business Is a
boon. In one case an Impecunious young
woman confessing that but f ir the em
ployment she got from time lo time with
one concern she would have been obliged
to give up finishing her couune of study.
'Do you really succeed in getting ac
tresses who have played leads in Shake-
spearlan rolca to pose for moving pictures';"
a manager was asked.
"Certainly we do. They are not to be
had every day, of course, but at the off
seasons when there is nothing doing In
their line and no revenue is In sight women
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their little $100 or $la0 a week are per
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tures of a high class all we have to do is
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applicants than can be taken rare of.
"We have no graded scale of pay, and
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biograph managers and novices with no
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NUREMBERG. Aug. 26. How shall l
say farewell to the beautiful city of Mun
ich? But it has been reluctantly said, and
when wt left the most comfortable hotel
This Week's Altractions.
Iloyd's Theater ,
Dark Vntll Ildny Night
Orphrnm Thoator VautlovIHe
Krug Thpatcr "Human Hearts"
"The End of the Trail"
. . . "The Cowboy and the Lieut."
"Itomeo and Juliet"
Base Hall lueblo ts. Lincoln
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Posch, hurrying to us with a choice
bouquet of beautiful roses, Just In
keeping with that Munich ep rli
which Is everywhere present, we
could scarcely refrain front a tearful
farewell. Dr. Frank Crane saw us off
after much gentle Joking with us about
our bad taste in traveling when we could
have Munich and his company. 11c Is so
much taken . up with the place that he
will stay there several weeks longer. Two
weeks ago we were feasting on Rembrandt
pictures in the old Plnakathek, or Picture
Repository, when a gentleman stepped up
to me and said gravely; "How do you
do?" I glanced up from reading a de
scription of the "Descent From the Cross"
in my catalogue and returned the saluta
tion In a half-hearted way, feeling sure
that someone had mistaken me for an
acquaintance, as so often happena, but
on second glance I found beside me Mr.
Frank Burkley and his two most charm
ing daughters. We were delighted, in
deed, at the unexpected meeting and we
spent many pleasant hours together. I
advised them to secure seats for the pro
duction of "Tannhaueser" that night and
they were very fortunate In being able
to do so. The next day a woman at the
hotel offered 10 marks ($2.50) a seat ex
tra for three seats and they could not be
The presentation of "Tannhaueser" was
a most wonderful affair. Maud Fay, an
American, sang the part of Elisabeth with
good effect at times, especially in the
"Prayer to the Virgin." Kraus was tho
Tannhaueser, and he was very good, but
I have heard better. The main effects,
however, were In the wonderful staging
and the chorus. In the scene where the
Landgrave and knights find Tannhaueser
recently leturned from the arms of Venus,
the hunting effects were wonderful; the
stage gradually became filled with people
until one could almost Imagine that the
whole city had been hunting; retainers
brought deer, boars and other animals,
hanging from poles, aetdal products of the
taxidermist's skill, and norsea for the
knights to mount, and right in front at
each side of tho proscenium arch came
naaters of the hounds, each with four
beautiful hunting dogs held In leash by
each bond, making a total of sixteen llv
!ng beauties, with their coats pf white
spotted wllh black and tan. The riot of
gorgeous color in this scene was one to
But I must only touch on a few points
In these works, and so I pass to the "lieis
tersingers." Heie was also a triumph in
stagecraft. Never shall I forget the cli
max of the scene where Beekmesser, the
poor, pitiablo town clerk, has been seren
ading, and the row breaks out; from the
narrow streets poured this guild and that,
until the stage was packed with what
seemed hundreds of people, moving In
kaleidoscopic allurement of color schemes,
and bedlam seemed to have broken loose.
Knote was the "Walter,"
In "Hans Sachs." Mr. Felnhala, whom 1
have mentioned in a previous letter, won
much distinction; he dtd his work splen
didly. "Tristan and Isolde" was wonder
fully well produced; the orchestra seemed
to rise to its subllmcst heights In this
music, and the alnging and acting of the
principal characters were exalted.
But the "Ring" that was the crowning
glory of all. Let no one think, however.
liial iicc.ua. the oilier works have butn
passed over with slight comment that they
were Inferior In any way. No! But 1 have
not the time to write about them ado
quately; I could fill our columns easily
about each one of them. Rut. the "Ring of
the Nilxiungs," "Nlhelungen Ring," tlu
name given to the four great music dramas
captivated me so much that I save my
sracc for a sketch of that. The four are
Rhelngold," "Walkuere," "Siegfried" snu
"Oolterdaeinmerung," or in .English, "The
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A rig nit Wt.
the "Trilogy" Is th-t ' Rhelngold" Is really
a prelude or prologue to the other three,
although In Itself it is a complete music
drama. These are given In succession, one.
every other day. The "Ring," or the com
plete set, therefore, takes a week one is
entirely Incomplete and inadequate. So, if
you have heard the "Walkuere" and were
disappointed be consoled and wait until
you hear the complete cycle.
" 'The Ring' contains," says the Master,
"everything that I am and think." It seems
to tne that it Is his philosophy of life.
In the "Rhelngold" the Rhine Maidens
are gleefully disporting thnise;vea about
tie gold which shines gloriously through
the depths of the river Th scene Is b
yon.1 description; tbe entire stage repre
sents the depths of the Rhine; the maidens
float and swim and glide (like Annie Rue
ssll ss Puck in "Midsummer Night's
Dream." or Maude Adams In "Peter Pan").
It seems incredible that such stage mastery
is possible. Alberlch, the dwarf, hideous
and ugly, makes love to the Rhine Maid
ens; they tease him and mako sport of
him, but incidentally let go the secret that
any one who is so Impossible as to forswear
love could wrest the gold and make slaves
of the rest of the world. Alberlch, taunted
and enraged by ths gibes of ths Rhine
J. Penfold Go.
haa had IS years
k GRADUATE AMD INSTRUCTOR,
of the Royal Conservatory of Dres
den and Vienna and former di
rector of the Beethoven Academy
of Music, riillldel hla, now locutd
in Omaha, Announces his first
aen-on here for
532 So. 2611 Ave.
Phone Ind. A-1470
MISS ELOISE WOOD
Will return about Septem
ber 18 and open her studio
Monday, Sept. 21. Phone No.
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Stndto will re-opea
Monday, September 14th.
Suite soi-8-3, Boyd Theater.
Mitldens. forswears love, seizes the gold
and disappears. And there the trouble be
Through the remainder of the cycle one
is brought through all the varying por
trayals and embodiments of love, envy,
hatred, cunning, law, creed, divinity,
atonement, renunciation, punishment, hero
ism, cowardice theft, diplomacy, restitu
tion, murder, mercy, Justice, anger, Jeal
ousy, devotion, reconciliation, revenge, for
giveness, self-sacririce and the law of com
pensation. And If I have omllted anything
that you may think of, be assured that
there ts also a portrayal of it in the
Can such a work then be approached
w!Mi Jaunt!n-i4 or fllppmicvT Csn am h a
work be listened to as one would listen to
"Faust." "Romen and Juliet" or "Madame
Butrertly?" The "Ring" cannot be taken
only as a story. It has a deep metaphysi
cal and psychological meaning and those
who aiipi 'uiii It must approach it "In spirit
and In truth."
I believe that i.iy friends will concede
that I am not exactly an "hysteric," that
I am not liable to "blow up" over some
thing musical Just because a great man
wrote It. Perhaps my most Intimate fellow
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