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fiYOTHEATERToniphd mj mmm BURWOOD THEATRE sure-fire hit
V fc" , Srran fnnnnn it of the receipt representing the larsest tuu ever paid
liv unvniv Tiircniv mn wrnutcni rurtiiyro Waitmiriiu ll) 4 li M till UU (111 i II 11 li - .
TLTiCTron RETUS1TS will be road from tbe stare TTjrBDAY BTBR-
This occasion aoon open
fi MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY CVEN1MGS Wednesday Mat.
I IfcUCTIOW RETUKttS will be road from 1
I fVO Specially leased Western Union Wirt'
jjr . M. lor earliest rmorts.
(til JOHN CORT'S SPLENDID
1 ' 4'
Augmented Orchestra of
Company and Theater Musicians
Edward Martindel as F0 mr
Sixty Artistic Principals Siiow Girls Chorus
Thursday, Friday, Saturoay-JIy-Nov. 5, 6, 7
THE DISTIHTO0ISKXD COMBDIAlf
EV.E3. TSEu- UTOEIPIKIY
PBSSZHTIVQ HIS SEW COMEDY SUCCESS
CUPID AND THE DOLLAR
By CXAfttX.ES JITTBET 8B&EXTDXD CAST, including
An Unusually Elaborate Seenio rroduofioa Beautiful Costumes.
4 (lights Starting, Sunday, Nov. 8-Xil:
LIEBLER t CO.' PRODUCTION
mm FROM HOME
342 Performances In Ctiicaoo
Seat Sale WEDNESDAY.
L IS ROYALTY (nr a VYeek't Use nf a Plav fav Am Omaha Stock Co.
TfllPfT f f Is But the First Item of ths Tremend-
L3 I 11 1 si i J 3UU. eipense incurreo in rressnung
we Kjaooraie cemc rroauciion
"THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST"
14 At the Omaha Theaters
es Sou H.R,Mnt
4tw street niar b roadway
New York Citt
Ootober 10, 1908.
Received from E. L. Johnson Five Hundred Dollars,
on week's royalty for "The Girl of the Golden West" at the
Burwood" Theatre, Omaha.
(The orlflnal of this reoeipt on exhibition In the Burwood Theatre Lobby.)
STARTING TaTtl". A f Mats. Tu.,
WITH MAT. I SJU 4 Thurs., Sat.
Unquestionably, Ilia Very BiggestTliing
Ever Undertakei by Any Stock Company
THE SWEET SINGING
AT EVERY PERFORMANCE
Owing- to the length of the play, curtain at 9:15 and 8:15 SHAKF. tats arrivals will not be seated until the rtrst intermission.
OHN CORT'S novel musical pre
sentation, "The Alaskan," with
its artlmle principals, beautltul
churua and Ha wealth of scenic
equipment comes to Boyd's for
four nlg-hta and a matinee start
ing tonight and will be sung- by this fine
organization as artistically a It was last
season, whn it scored one of, the most
positive micccHrcH attributed to musical
organization In years. Since the time musi
cal offerings became the vogue, it u thorn
f iikI, managers have vied with each ottler
in t livlf ambition to give something new,
but It remained for Joseph Blethen, Max
Ktginan and Harry Cirard to take their
I Imaginations to the gold -fields of far-off
V. Alaska for their story of local color. That
''ey struck upon a happy combination with
uny amount' of material at hand for origin
ality was fully exemplified last year when
Ihla tuneful, bright and original opera was
received with every mark of approval by
music lovers throughout the entire country.
- The poMHlbilities for costuming, scenic pic
tures und other stage attributes with
Alaska as the central point, are unlimited,
hih1 that the authors accepted every ad
vantage for such hii been proven. From
the standpoint of music, the score is ex
ceptionally brilliant with many tuneful
melodies and high-class numbers Intro
duced. Among those that have become ex
ceedingly popular being the famous "My
Totem Pole," "Arlee," "The Trouble Tree,"
"llaa Baa Black Blieep," "Mother Did."
"Party of the Second Part," "Guod. Better,
L Beat," "Naughty Little Lady O" and
M tlers. .
One poster that Is alwaya welcome. It is
the one disclosing the sunny countenance
and twinkling eye of our old friend Tim
Murphy. It la now in evidence, and accom.
panylng it is the announcement that the
vital comedian ts to appear at the Boyd
hrvati-r Thursday, Fi Ulay and Saturday, with
3 iatlneo frtaturilay. anil w. il i iirea.nl his
latatH great success. "t 'lipid ami tlie
, ' I iillar." There is no other rjle in his long
I at of famous parts which f;hc his quaint
and whimsical art tiH'ii ngivcable scope as
the leading part in this comedy, sjup. r
flcially it is for laughter. When' Tim
Murphy is there dull cure Is not. Hut he
has a grip on deeper things and he never
acts a rule that hasn't Its foundation deep
flown In the humun emotions. No one else
On the stage has a surer grip on the emo
tions of his audience than Tim Murphy.
In Ills comedy. "Cupid and the Dollar," be
exercises this art with remarkable effect,
(or though be d, voles much of his time to
tickling he ribs h often peiieti atc.f the
hfdi't. He has agiiin tills reuson tiie valu
ahlo nSHintitnoe of lnrothy Sherroil and a
long list of players, for the cast of "tupli
nJ the Lollar" is unumuilly large.
"The Olrl of the Oo'den West." one of
l!le most powerful dramas ever produced,
wi'l op.-n a run of a wck at the l.i.iwood
theater this afternoon. The slock company
lias botn tjiestly augmented In order to
cast this play, there being between twenty,
five and thirty speaking pails. Aside from
the company, the Kike' iiurtet of Council
liluffn, made up a mirer of "4!, wii
render vaiious vocal selections. Tile seen ,
equipment and mounting will be purlie.,
!rly elaborate; in fuel, the entire produ.
Hun will bt a r piica of the production a
It was given In New York for four season.
.'luring which Ulaiiche Hal -j played the t'.n
art uiiil won for herself tlu pround distinc
ion of Iilaylng to the longest run of uns
soman star in that city.
The Girl of Uie Golden West Is the Id..:
f the cymp the owns the saloon, icich
school and rules the roughl-and-ready min
ors with l he charm of iier buoyant pcrson-
V. allty. They all love her but most of all.
,5. . .. I. t...l..-a,l l.v .1:..-U I'-ji.r. tlx. .h...-iff
4 of the community but she is heart-whole
and laucy-free. To her saloon comes a
si ranger, attractive and i bit mys rhcis.
Ha gam bias with the uiiinrs and makes
love to The Girl. 6he 1om-s him a: first
i slglit, while to hint she is the ..ne woman
In tho wide world. Kane's .Jealous, is
1 aroused and when the next day lie leeeivcs
J' a dejcilptiou of an outlaw, Il tallies per-
i tictly wUli the stranuer whJ had attracted
VI ill. i i ,a ideht Ixfor.'. and he lUierm
'I'l.e eic . tie i.l 'I'i.e
Girl's cabin, where the outlaw has been
invited to spend the evening (the only man
ever Invited within Its sacred precincts),
and whither he la tracked by the sheriff.
Is by long odds the most dramatlo in tho
gamut of the drama. He makes love to
The Girl and kisses her, Die first kiss she
has ever received from a lover; they hear
voices approaching and, knowing his pres
ence would cause comment. The Girl con
ceals Johnson, the outlaw. The sheriff and
posse spend but a few moments explaining
Uie object of their search. When they have
gone, the outlaw confesses that ft is he
they were hunting, but that the offense
allowed against him his first that he was
but following the example of his father,
who waa also an outlaw and had raised his
son to follow his example. With his kiss
still upon her lips, she orders him out Into
the night and storm. As he opens the door
a shot sounds In the near distance and h
stumbles back into the cabin wounded. Th
Girl, knowing that If caught, he will b.
hanged, hides him in the rafters of hi
cabin when the sheriff and posse return.
They make a thorough search of the room
with no result, and are dismissed by tho
sheriff, who remains to make love to The
Girl. He attempts to kiss her. She resents
his familiarity and they atruggle, but his
better nature asserts Itself and, as he of
fers his hand In aiiology, a drop of blood
from the rafters above strikes It and he
realizes Immediately that he has hlB man.
and demands thnt Johnson come down. The
Olrl. In her position of school mistress,
pleads with her miner pupils and enlists
their sympathy. They vote In the outlaw's
favor, but he must leave the country. The
Girl relinquishes everything to go with him
and the final picture finds them at the foot
of the Sierra mountains bidding a farewell
to her "dear old California." There will be
matinees Sunday, Tuday, Thursday and
Saturday. Kloetlon returns read from tho
stsge Tuesday evening.
Arizoi,;." w-hkh will tppear at the
Krus today and M .n.lay, Tuesday and
vicunesujy, is primarily one of iiie
Pays Ai'pustus Thomas hum ,,in....
mcn.as has handled the vircumstaneos
"l'.h great technical skill and has been
i successful In importing to his play a Dual
ity of atmosphere that is intrinsic and
not at all dependent upon tho material as
sistance that is to be obtained from the
-xpert utilization of the mechanical ap
pliances of the theater. There will be a
IH'clsl matinee on Tuesday and the returns
wil be resd from the stage on Tuesday
A nn.-lty i the 'entertainment line Is
i.. iM.rrest.'i-a new musical drama
i.iiue uigun Grinder." which will be
oif. ling a- the Kruff Thursday. Friday
o.....,.u,in aim aiurd;iy matlive. Variety
is s.-rv.U -ip in liberal quantities. It U
oM.oi,,, oi sparkling wit. snappy dial
--,. -riy conceived situiti.cn,
miibie Is of the caichv
v mo cos
tuming f!esh and attractive. The cam
p: n.v e.nals.s of PXpi.r, entertainer and
does not suffer for t;,e w.int of capable
principals, as the cast Includes maIly
names which are immensely populaf in the
imatie world- ''- the chorus i3 one of
amy and contains many good vo!ce.
i lined Claikc has wiitien "What Will
ipian -Next," one of the bear Ci.-,...
' ' . v. . w
j Mveien-'s yel given in vaudeville
u associate players will hcln
.ixcinnit nt the Orpl.cum Sunday
iron. As a funmaker Air. i'i
achieved signal success. M.s fcadie Sher
man is a mimic who made her dabut In
Chicago six months ago. Johnny Mc
Veigh und four sprightly girls present the
humorous ald-j of dormitory life in a girls'
college. "Les Balvaggis" is . an act in
which four Parisian women and a man give
sumo whirlwind dances and other features
of the terpslchorean art. Fentelln and
Carr have a comedy skit In which a train;.,
railroad agent and a box car figure. Mel
ville and Htggins offer "Just a Little Fun."
The Joss.'lin trio ere aeriallsts wiih an
artistic act in which they present "Pictures
In the Air " These performers give a series
of tableaux III Die air. A new colored kino.
dr..:ne view lias been received for thu wei U.
Klecti.ms returns will be rtad from the
i i,..e 'i.m M...je cn Tut jday evinirg
4 Days Starting Matinee Today
SPECIAL MATINEE TUESDAY
HOLLIS E. COOLEY
Complete) election returns will be
read from tho Mtae Tuesday night.
8 Days Starting Thursday Nov. 8
B. E. FORRESTER
Ths Little Organ Grinder
A play with musical features of!
high order, iroduced on a spec-
tacular scale. Splendid dramatic
sltuationg. Merry musical num-
bers. C'hirua of pretty girls.
Coming Murray & Mack
in The Sunny Side of Broad-
'Phones Bell Doug. 494; Ind. A-1494
MATTJfBE DAITjT, 9i1S.
ETEST MIGHT, 8:15
Week Starting Mat. Sunday, Nov. 1
"The tanrh That Wont Subside."
Wilfred .Clarke and Co.
"What Will Happen Best?"
and His College Girls
An Incident In a College Dormitory.
1403 Douglas Street.
This Week's Bill Includes!
" A stupendous production of
the best of all comic operas.
Two very interesting silent pic
tures, never shown in Omaha be
fore. illustrated sonfs.
Melville & Higgins
Eccentric Singing and Chattering
Comedians in "Just a Little Fun."
Parisian AVhlrlwind Dancers.
In her origlrial creation
"At the Photographers."
The Humorous Side of Railroading
FENTELLE & CARR
In "Out Loud Junction."
THE JOSSELIN TRIO
World's Premier Aeriallsts In Their
Pictures In the Air.
29th Ave. And Jackson St.
Lecture and Enterta nment Course
Season 1908 and 1909.
Dr. Smll a. Hlrsch, of Chicago.
Kabbl J. Leonard Xevy, of Pittsburg.
Prof. A. B. Isaacs, "Holland and ths Art
of Joseph Israels."
Jennie Mannhelmer, Eangwlll's "Merely
Ths Minneapolis Bymphony Quartette,
and Garl Planer, Cellist.
0. W. Martin and B. P. Pitch, osnes
Sesson Ticket for the entire course. $3.00.
Tickets for sale at. Mandelberg's, Rle
eeath's. Owl Drug Co. and Sherman &
FOURTH AHfJ UAL
BUTCHERS' AND GROCERS' ASSOCIATIONS
Aiulitoriiim, fiovGtiibGi 4 14
Fine Music and Vaudeville Every Afternoon and Evening.
ADMISSION: - - Adult 23c, Clulltlrcn tSc
GREAT BREAD BAKING CONTEST NOVEMBER 10TH.
All bread entered for this great contest must be mads from one of the
following grades of flour! ,
Allen Bro's A. B. C. T. C, Brnner It Ron's Blue Bell. McCord-Brady
Co's Oilman's Oolden Medal. Updike Milling Go's Pride of Omaha.
rail PKIZB. $88.001 ItCQgD PBIBB. tlS.OQI THIHP PRISE, $10.00.
BABY SHOW ON NOVEMBER 12TH.
. All babies sntered In this eontest must bs nnder two years of age.
FIRST PRIZE, $10.00; SECOND PRIZE. $5.00: THIRD PRIZE, $3.00.
Oct commutation tickets for ths Pood Show from yonr grocer or butcher
ana save money.
Cop. 20lh and Woolwopth Rhone Harney 3998
Fupll of Cha. W. Clark
j Always the newest In motion pictures
PRICES 10c, 35c, 500.
Hots Election Returns will bs read1
from ths stag's Tuesday sTsnlntT.
Miss Blanche Sorenson
TEACHER OF SINGING
Studio 548 Ramge Block.
'Phones, Harney 2687 andl A-2687
! 141113 Douglas Street
The Boyd Theater
School of Acting
A practical training school for
the stage. Rehearsals and monthly
criticism performances at Lyric
Theater. Advanced students form
Bchool stock company.
XiIXiX.IAir PITCH, Director
W. J. BUROE8S, Manager
Barbara E. Belsley
The Borglum Studios
Aug. M. Borglum. Madame Borglum
Pupils of Wager Swayne, Paris
1810 Capitol Ave.
What's Your Guess
STory person who takes A meal at
Tolf Hanson's basement restaurant
may guess ths number who Tislt
there during- ths day.
Ths nearest guess wins meal
(Every day this week.)
Tolf Hanson's Lunch Room
The most attractive, brightest,
airiest and most economical lunch
room in Omaha.
308 10 S. Fifteenth St.
Popular Prices Prevail
Best Money Can Buy,
Quick and Polite Service" Our Molto.
A Trial Hill Convince.
C. W. Robertson. Prop.
WILL RECEIVE ELECTION RETI UNH IX MA.,L HOOM.
Hlh Clans Moving Pictures and Muelr. Films fumlnhed by the
Laenunle Film Service.
The talk of thj town is the
Conceded to be the best, largest &.nd
hs.rdsomest Cafe west of Chicage
The) place for after We give dinner par-
theatre parties ties special attention
Our own excellent orchestra
piaya irom i m. te iz p. m. y
Farnam Street, bet. 15th and l.th
T. J. O'BRIEIN. Proprietor
-lrsraN ' mm,, '
This Week's Attractions.
Uoyd's Theater .
. . .Tim Murphy
. . "The Girl of the Golden West"
Krug Theater "Arizona"
"The Little Organgrinder"
Oi'plieiim Theater Vaudeville
Palm Theater Moving t'ietuioi
Cunierapiioiie Talking I'icturi's
removes tan, freckles and sunburn.
Has beeome the mnFt remarkable seller or any Crearr.
we hnva ever heard of! If a new toilet nrtlcl-i suddenly
springs Into prominence without any particular amount
of advertising, we promptly "set up ana inun nunue.
We have had to hustle to get enough Peroslds Cream
this month to supply the demand.
A most exacting patronage (those who purchase
toilet goods) Insure the quality and popularity of Pe.
oxlds Cream. A large jar for 25c.
Comer 15tli and Douglas St.
Corner 16tli and Chit-ago Sts, Oninlia.
X. and S. Corner U4ih and X KIs.. So. Omaha.
.'(" SMT ft-l IXM&
Are yon ambitions lo
become a successful
The Travelers Ins.
Co., will give yon a
course In lis training
school at Qarllord.
TOM. S. KELLY
Mgr. State ol Nebraska lor
TKalELtBS INSURANtl CO.
el Ilrt1-rl. Cne.
is the guarantee given
with every Suit or Over
coat made by
1515 FARNAM ST., OMAHA.
there: is only one
The witchery of the place lies in
it indeacriable hospitality.
The cuisine I unequaled and
he Heidelberg Habit ie sure a
n Connection with trie
New Sschlltz Hotel
11G-20 SOUTH SIXTEENTH STREET
You will enjoy that vacation
more when you know that
your belongings at home are
covered by a Fidelity and
Casualty Burglary Policy.
U. E. PALMER., SON H CO..
J. L. BRANDEIS SON'S
Kalrdreasing Dept Second lioor.
Ildlr Hre8King and Marrel Wavine QOc
M ....!. riir mnA I'l..trl.. V-ll.i-!. ,.. hllA
X Manicuring for ladies und gem lemeu 60o
All kinds of hair goods at luwest prio.
Appointments made by phone.
STEPHENS c SMITH
307 Boutn lftta. SOS Worth 16n
ill Theatrical Fublicaticns
297 Different Magazines
TBOTJSAJTDS OF POST CA-BDS AKD
GATES NEWS CO.
S. W. Corner 16th and Tarnam Streets.
The H. J. PenfDld Go.
WE LEAD, OTSEU NUOT
See Ou ITsw Tvrlo Zienses
1401 Farnam bt. Omana, Neb.1
Gil O. IVI. E
Will ret your trunk to the depot quick
estAlways on time.
Motorcycle Messenger Service
111 Taruam Strset.
IVI OrJHE IT'S
Exclusive Uairdresslng Parlors
MAMIL'BING, MASSAGE AND CHII0P0DY
Fins Hair Goods and Toilet Articles
1115 FAHNAM STKEKT.
Bvsnrxss ads CAuna cabss
300 e uo
Wedding Invitations-. Announcements,
Kte., printed or engraved at short notice.
Satisiai tory work guaranteed. Write lor
pi-lees ami samples.
MYERS-DILLON SKTJO CO.
I'riniiiiK ami KnuravliiK Dept.
. 16tn and rarnam Sts.
Advance Fall Styles
Are tow ready. KtTi your fall suit
maite by a man wno has had 10 years'
experience in ladles' tailoring shops ol
fans, Vienna, serua ana stmw x on.
LEAF, The Ladles' Tailor J
807 OLD B1HD1I1 BUIIDiaO.
THE MUSICALLY IXCIIMD PIBLIC
are cordially invited to pay us a
visit any nflti-uoon and enjoy
our Piano I'layer Concerts. No
charge is made and you t-au well
spend wi hour with us when
dowu town on a SJioppinj; trip.
Schraollcr & Mueller
1311-13 Fsy-naui St.
Storage Vaults for Silverware. Etc.
Private Safe in Burglar-Proof Vault. $5 Per Year.
Omaha Safe Deposit Vaults
210 South 13th Street, Omaha National Bank
Why heat up your coal range JhhI to heat water, when a gas heater
will jjive you enough hot water for a bath in a few minute. We sell them.
The greatest attraction
is CAa advance showing
of popular fall styles ati
IVfYY t I" rVT IT" "V
317 South loth Street
' 32 piano co. UIV1AMA J. sir souiii lem sir..i ,
MMtsse . r-r j il m m' T .i ' 1 -r---mt- Mrjm . r.T. , , , ,, n . .. ,,,, , 'iii''1' ' ipi,
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