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Three Evening rcrforminees.
Matinee, Wednesday, Oct. 11
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The talk of the town is the
Conceded to be the best, largest and
handsomest Cafe west of Chicago
The place for after- We give dinner par-
theatre parties ties special attention
Our own excellent orchestra
playe from 12 m. to 12 p. m.
Farnam Street, bet 15th and !6tli
T. J. O'BRIEN. Proprietor
This Week's Attractions.
removes tan, freckles and snnburn.
Una become the most remnrkahle oi lier of any Crrnm
we have ever heard of: If r new toilet ntttcl suddenly
springs Into prominence without any particular amount
fif nilvertisinif. nr nnmi lv "w.-t im and tnUe notice.'
Dnrlns; the BEW HUB seasoa ths curtain will rise CTenlnss
precisely at 8 o'clock. Matinee at t o'clock. Wo on tod
during opening; prelude, "Tit Star of Bethlehem."
Hojd'a Tlioator "l.rn llur"
"The ltoad to Yesterday"
Ortthenin Theater Vaudeville
"Why Girls l-nvc Home"
"lony the nootblaek"
. . . ."The Sheriff of Angel Ciulch"
Hurwood Theater "The Devil"
Paint Theater Moving Plrt tires
Cameraphone Talking pictures
KLAW & ERLANGER'S
NEW & GREATER
We have had to hustle to Vet etoniKh Peroxide Cream f
this month to supply the demand.
A most exnetina; patronti(te Uhoo who purchase
toilet S'wils) Insure the qualltv nnd popularity of Per
oxide Cream, A largo Jar fur '2.".e.
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Comer Ifitli nnd Chicago Sts, Unmha.
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Eight Horses In the Thrilling Chariot
Kace, Act V.
A MIGHTY PLAY:
300Pcople n Produclion-SOO
DDICPQ1 First la rows lower floor
I I V J balcony $1.60, remainder
Mall orders accompanied by remittance
MATINEE AND NIGHT THURSDAY
HI AND HIS jVvENTY
EDDIE MAZIia .
And 63 More
jllANOTHER. ALL NE.W SHOWnp $25.OO0 PRODUCTION
ft JR Ii 1 11
FRIDAY and SATURDAY Matinee Saturday
SAM S. and LEE SHUBERT INC. OFFEB THE DAINTT
ACKKOWITEGSD BT PRESS AMD PUBLIC AS THE GBEATEBT WOT
ri.1T Or THE CEIJTUBY. DIXECT ISOH THE X.VBIO TKEATEB, K. T.
TTiR'EEMIGHTS Starting Sunday, Oct. 18
A TrmiTABLE B.ETELERT OP MUSIC, BEAUTT AlfO "WIT.
WEDNESDAY M Z AT
AND ASSOCIATE ARTISTS f CONCERT
At the Omaha Theaters
F.N lirii" is In innny respects Lew Doekstnder nnd his minstrels will be
uiH' or tile most remaikablel found In an entertainment which Is an
:ramas of the age. i'tiK-nti y I nounced to be "anothiir all new slmw nnd
ami pomp there are for the ' 2f,,000 production." This Is In keeping with
lux era of those t lngs; r II .ious
tervur und exaltation for the
i liu.i'h.y ; excitement and ndvetitu.o, ro
mance unci lovers for the usial theater
goer und. combining all these things Into
one hamionlous wh ile, Is the story of lien
H'ur's devotion to the cause of righteous
ness, his love or truth and honor und his
manly flslit to maintain his position before
the world. The realism of th . race scone
Is enthralling; and makes the blood and
breath of the beholder pause for a Hecoiul
whlio Interest Is centered on the battle of
those two strouK men and their mighty
btevds. Another of the nplcndii scenes la
that in the Divhurd of Palms, where the
l'-lfyptian Iras tries her seductive charms
cu Lea llur to bring him to lorg il in the
Let In: of her dtrk beajty his beloved
Esther urd I lie high purpo.se on which he
Is lent. In tile last airne of the play the
whole spirit of nwe and reverence Is
brought Ij a climax uud an exuKuiio..
uUf.cult to 1 1 11 ve of the Hunter. The n.o
incul is xhc:i Jesus iiuikis Ills triumplial
miry InU Jerusalem. The populace are
gathered xxithout the gaus, sinKing- "Ho
sauna.," waving" palm hranches and cast
intr flowers In His pathway. The ac.ua!
presence of I'hrlxt Is indicated by a great
white Until, for the figure of Jesus ts not
represented In the fhsi, but the effect U
that of a benediction, and the crowds h ave
the theater after that Impressive culmina
tion of the dran'U. in ai-d and reveivut
mood. Klaw & Erlunger have given "lieu
iiur," width will be the attract. on at
Boyd's theater on Monday, Tuesday and
T. S.'.ues.iay evenings and at the Wediv sd ly
mat. nee, an even mote splendid settli.s; th s
year than before, magnificent as huve Lu n
the f irmer productions of the utaua.
Among the Interpreting cast are Conway
Tearla us lu llur, Charh s M. Harris, An
thony Andre, James Wilson, i-'r.ink Wes
ton, Charles Csnfield, Daniel Hanlon. B.
H. Calvert, Alice Kliodee, K,ina Conroy,
Loyola O'Connor, Oertruile Roblnaon and
Maude Ream Htover. The drama ojiene
with a prelude which is the keynote to the
entire drama. The scene rei resents the ap
pearance of "The Star of Uethhhem" to
ti e wise men as they rest In the desert at
night, and Is accompanied by the grand
orchestral and vocal score of Edgar Still
man Kelley In tbs nature of an oratorio.
I. ate comers will not be seated until the
conclusion of this scone; therefore, theater
goers should bear in mind that the curtain
on "lien llur' performances Is raised
promptly at S o'clock in the evening and
t 1 o'clo k at the matinees.
At the Boyd theater neat Thursday night
First two row
7So. Gallery 60o.
filled In the order of receipt.
WM. H. TKOMPBOIT
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the custom of the minstrel king- t j come
buck etch year and show his friends the
result in sectirinK up to the mlnnto mln
stel entfituiri.is nml now minstrel lde.is.
In the list nf i-mnodttins and end men will
he fimnil Neil O'Hrlen. Al J ilson, Bcdie
Mazier, lvte Petzel. John Daly, Timiiny
Il'yile, nnd the slnKlns; stienxth nf the or
annlrallon contttlns Will Oakland. W. H.
'I h"mpso:i. Jti rl ei t Willlsnn. Jumes Brad
ley, OeorKe M. Vail. Master Pierce Kee-ran
unit a choir of twenty. Dnckstudrr's h:ri
xiihial off.'rins; for this year's show la an
up-to-tlie-nilnute portrayal of W. H. Tsft,
In which he conducts a submarine bout In
his i ampalarnlna; anil has the itsii il rapid
file volley of local and political qtl'ps.
Dainty Minnie Dupree In the Fhuhert
superb comedy success. "The lload to Yes
terday," la the attraction at the Boyd
theater for three performances, starting;
Friday night. "The ltoad to Yesterday"
Is one or those beautiful stories which
takes you back to Kl'izubct han England
and the days of Kintf Junes I. The play
is declared to be one of the greatest novel
ties offered to the public in recent years
and comes direct from a brilliant run of
ulniost a year at the Lyric theater. New
York, where It played to the most en
thusiastic audiences. A company of excep
tional merit has been gathered to support
There's an old "saw" to the effect that
"the proof of the pudding Is the eattn-r."
Applying; this adage to the production of
"The Devil," which has been the attrac
tion at the Burwood all week, H may be
said that so good Is this Devil pudding
that there was not enough to serve all who
"wished helpings Itl a single week. In other
words, there have not been seats enough
ut a s-ingle one of the eleven performances
ftven to supply the demand. Therefore
the chef at the llurwood announces that
he has made a new Devil pudding and will
be pleased to dish It out throughout the
week, starting this afternoon. In other
words, the management of the theater has
wisely decided to continue the perform
ances of "The Devil'" for one more full
week, as It has be.n Impossible to aatlsfy
all who desired to see this play with but
eleven performances. Seats are ready for
the en'lre week. "The Girl of the Golden
West." by David Belasco, will follow "The
Devil" at tile Burwood, beginning- nest
Sunday and running eleven days
"Why Girls Leave Home" will ba pre
sented at the Krug theater for two daya,
starting matinee today. It ts a story of
$3. remainder 91.60.
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J. L. BRANDEIS
Hairdreeslng Dept. Second l'loor.
Hair Dressing and Marcel Waving 60o
Shampooing , GOo
Msssaping. and Klectrlc Vibrator.. 60o
Manlcurlns for ladies and gr-ntlemnn 50o
All kinds of hair Koods at lowest prluas.
Appointments made by phone.
WUl get your trunk to the depot quick--J
est Always on time.
yfji Motorcycle Messenger Service
1611 Tarnam Street.
THE MUSICALLY IMllUD PtBLIC
are cordially invited to pay us a
visit any afternoon and enjoy
our Piano Player Concerts. No
charge Is made and you can well
spend an hour with us when
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evil associates and a longing for gay Mfe,
yet It has .1 heroine with Innocent inten
tions. Harshness between brother and
sister at home gives the girl excuse for
continuing on the wayward career she has
A. H. Woods' latus; melodrama, "Tony
the Bootblack," which will be the offering
at the Krug Tuesday and Wednesday,
will be headed by Dave Genaro and Ray
Bailey, two well known vaudevillluns, now
making their first dip Into melodrama.
Tlio plot of the play revolves around the
doings of the "13!ack Hand" gang. Mr.
Oeiiaio will play the principal role, while
Miss Bailey will be seen as Daisy Lane,
the female detective. The piece is sensa
tlonul, but tells a story of human Intercut.
Of course, there uro any amount of thrills
and climaxes, but the t-ituutlons are plau
sible and probable. A large company will
support the stars. The usual malliiec will
be given on Wednesday.
Manager Breed of the Krug theater an
nounces the coming of Young Buffalo in
his new play, "The Sheriff of Angel
Gulch," by fharles E. ltlaney. The en
gagement Is for three days and commences
next Thursday night. The scents are laid
In the far west. The ford on the Gila
river, the duel in the dark and the rescue
of Young Buffalo's sweetheart are a few
of the brilliant scenes presented.
Something out of the usual run of vaude
ville uf filings Is announced for the Oi
pheum bill, beginning with matinee today.
It is another of the Gus Edwards vaude
ville musical comedies euli.led "A
I'icnk; for One." There are six blonde
girls lu the act. They are knuwn
as the Edward Blonde Type writers."
The scene Is that uf an otlice. The
boss goes away and leaves the staff
to look after tilings. Arthur Conrad
as the office boy follows a report
tliut he is very funny. "Does Anybody
Want a .Blonde?" Is one of the catchy
airs. The balance of the bill is a mixture
ut humor, music, feats of strength, dan
cing and a sketch written by Will L'ressy
and presented by Bert Howard and lona
Bland. Mr. Howard Is an actor who has
had a wide experience in his ail. His
ske'.ch Is entitled "The Stage. Manager''
and is taken from stage lite after au or
chestra reheaial. Fred Singer In hla "The
Vlohu Muki-r ot Cremona " plays selec
tions from the masters, Incidental to a
little story of an old violin maker who
contemplates his finished Instrument and
yearns to hear solus of the masters, whum
he believes may play on his handiwork.
Mr. Singer gives imitations of 1'aganlnl,
Joachim, ttarasale, Kubellk said others
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The Travelers Ins.
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M(tr. State ef Nrbrsska far
TRAVELERS IMSUBA1CE CO,
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Exclnsive Hair dressing Parlors
MANURING, MASSAGE AND CHIROPODY
I"tne Hair Goods and Toilet Articles
H15 FAUN AM BTKKET.
Positively But Eleven Times lYiorc of ii it p run
the Theatrical Sensation of the Year Itl A I O&lVUi
NEVER BEFORE SUCH CROWDS IN THE BURWOOD IPAL?
"Klffhly creditable In all
retards. Merits com
mendation as an artistic
undertaking. " Omaha Bee.
"Outclasses anything' pre
viously attempted. Com
pany eclipsed all previous
efforts." Omaha World-Herald.
"every American Woman Should lee 1 his Wonderful
Today, Tuas., Thurs.. Sat.
during the net. W. S. Harx-ey Juggles and
balances anything from a potato to a bed
stead. Z"no, Jordan and Zcno are aerial
Ists. Charles Bcsnah and Julia Miller re
cently left musical comedy to enter vaude
ville. They hux'o a melange of sonfr.
dances and merry talk. Alexis and B hall
come from London xxlth dances, feats of
contortion and dialogue. Three new klnu
drome films are received for the week.
TAFT WAS ON THE ENGINE
lint It H'ns Not "1)1 a; mil," nnd
lieccpl ion ( rimcl Smiled nnd
P Itho I tfd,
What Is regarded here us the hebt
ciiin; nljjii story of the year is being
xvlsely lold, und it is true, as u thousand
Itlcl.inoncl (.Mid.) pcopie will sheepishly
testify. Tuesday the station muxtcr ut
the I'an Handle htution In Richmond
yelled to the train dispatcher In the office
upstairs asking who was on No. l'J, a
fast e' tbound passenger tr lin. The
dispatcher looked ever the sheet, and
thrusting hbi head out the window, yelled
People on the station platform heard
the question and answer, and In a minute
word was fltu hed over the depot that
William II. Taft, republican candidate for I
president, was coming on the next train. !
In another minute the news was flying '
uptown. it was pained hack and forth
all over the business district, and was
carried far out Into the residence e
tlons. Merchants, clerks und laborers
left their work and hastened to the sta
tion; housewives, servants and children
Joined In the crowd.
When No. 19 pulled In sexeral local re- I
publican politicians rushed forward and
accosted Conductor Wynant Mandevllle of j
Logansport as he stepped off the train.
"Where Is he? Where's Taft" they
asked In unison.
Mandevllle, In a matter-of-fact way, an
swered: "He's on the engine," and then i
walked Into the station. I
The politicians pushed toward the j
steaming locomotive. The crowd followed I
at their heels.
"Where's Taft?" loudly Inquired the
anxious ones, surrounding the engine.
The engineer, who had been examining
a xalve dose to the boiler, hearing tlio
cries, poked his hea 1 out of the cab win
"Here 1 um; what, do you want?"
He was not "Big Bill," but, Instead,
Fred Taft. Pan Handle engineer, of Lo
gansport. Ilailroaders In the crowd recog
nised the Logansport man and began to
laugh. The rest soon became aware that
they had been "stung" and they Joined in
the Uughlei, and still laughing they
there: is only one:
The witchery of the place lies in
its Indescriable hospitality.
The cuiaine is unequaled and
the Heidelberg Habit Is sure a
In Connection vvllli the
New Sschlltz Hotel
316-20 SOUTH SIXTEENTH STREET
All Theatrical Publications
297 Different Magazines
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S. W. Corner 16th and rarnam Streets.
Write for Catalogue
Or rail and see the latest Improved Vic
tor First Talking Machine, New Equip
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Storage Vaults for Silverware, Etc.
Private Safe In Burglar-Proof Vault, $5 Per Year.
Omaha Safe Oeposit Vaults
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Why heat up your coal ran so J u it to heat water, when
wilt give you enough hot water for a bath iu a few minutes.
OMAHA GAS CO.
OF THI3 PSY
"Welcomed by crowd sd
houses. A devil one
wishes to meet affaiu." Om
- "Is the sensation of tha
hour. Artistlo triumph
for ths Bnrwood." Council
Play" Dorothy Cix in N. Y. Journal
Production of "CamiUe" postponed until later.
Beat Sunday Scento production of "The Qlrl
of the Crolden West."
2 Days Starling Mat, Today
E. J. Carpenter's Orent Scenio
2 M?:iiKeaHd. TuBSdsy, Octi 13
A. H. Woods Prosents ths Wtil
Known Vaudevilla Stars
GEHARQ & BAILEY
la ths Melodramatio Bovelty
Tony, tho Bootblack
Or TSACKING THE E LACK HAKD !
BAH i by Owen Davis.
Q Devi Start'g
Thursday, Oct, 15
w Matt ce Sit
Chas. Z. Blaney Presents ths
la Ills Bew Flay by Chas. E, Blaney
Sheriff of Angel Gulch
The Rreatest of all western plays
A mammoth scenic production. Tne
ford on Uie Gila, liver. The duel in
the dark lt.nl Sioux Indians. Ari
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luri if fn.n loirv. anvthlnir
I that goes to make a sulaule look-are in
vited to correspond with the i'oduane i'uu
lishing Co., Tribune Bhlg. New York.
dwindled away. All took the Joke in good
humor, and Taft Is not yet through laugh
ing. His companions have duhbej him
"Prestdentlsl Bill." Indianapolis News.
By using the various departments of The
Bee Want Ad Pages you get tbs best re
sults at the least exoense.
s. ni It
You will enjoy that vacation
more when you know that
your belongings at home are
covered by a Fidelity and
Casualty Burglary Policy.
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Advance Kail Styles
Are tow ready. Have
marte by a man who
experience In ladles'
Parts, Vienna, Berlin
LEAF, The Ladles' Tailor
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We sell them.
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MATINEE DAILY, 9:15.
IVIaT NIGKT, UilS
Week Starting Mat. Today.
GUS EUWA.RSS' QLCNCE
With Arthur Conrad In the One-Act
Musical Comedy Urania, "A li nic
First American Appearance of
"The Violin Maker of Cremona."
HOWARD & BLAND
Presenting "The. 8. age Manuger."
ZENO. JORDAN &
Wizards of the Air.
EESNAH & MILLER
The Musical Comedy Company.
W. S. HARVEY G CO.
In an original Athletic Act, "A Konin
ALEXIS & SCHALL
"The Hapi'V Pair."
Some Twists. Sklits, Turns and Steps.
Always tin ncwewt In motion piciurrfl.
Prices iDc. 25c anJ 50c
CAMERAPHQNE THEATER q
HQ3 Douglas K-treet. j
FEOOBAH CUAftGES TODAY
That lie lude the Auto Quartette In
vaudeville sketches, and another rc-marKiilih-
theatrical production caih d
"The Glow Worm."
Three Interesting silent pictures and
g. Lirvi ANrvr Ph. B. IV
French, German, Italian
.Studio. 2318 Harney isl.
Tel. Douglas 4063
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Special rates till Nov. 1st. Thorough stc.xe ami Lxceum preparations.
Call or send fur catalogue.
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Pupil ol Ctiasj. W. Clark
your fall suit
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tailoring shops of 3 fi'
and Bew gork. ' l"
Frank Oscar Ncvvlean
From rudiments' of tone placing
to artistic binding and
Cun refer to fine results
restoration of impaired
509-510 Karbach Block. OMAHA
FRED G. ELLIS
I Studio: Selimoller & Mueller FIdg.
1311-13 Tarnam Street
SCHOOL OF ACTING
FIFTH SEASOH BEOUIf SEPT. 7th
IHiAMATIC KT, IXOCrTION,
Offers two full and two partial
scholarships to talented pupils, appli
cations must be made by Sept. 16th.
1,1X1,1 AZT riTtH, Director
W. J. BUS.OESS, Manager
The Dorglum Studios
Aug. M. Borglum, Madame Borglum
Pupils of Wager Swayne, Psrls
IS10 Capitol Ave. OMAHA, NEB.
Barbara E. Belslcy
Wager s J.,
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