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USUAL POPULAR WEDMtSDAY MA. 1 1 NEE
JOHN C. FISHER, Frnti
Th Oraatert Masloal Comedy Snocess Bine His 'TLOtODOtA."
TSie RED ROSE
ana ice most Zntoiricatlngly, Beevtlf nl Chora of Dainty
Ugbtfel slns-lnr and annotns rtrls ever seen nnde
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DUtSOT FROM TUB OLOBB THBATEB, HEW TOIK
Bpejcial Teatar 'THB STUDENTS' O-ilDE."
TI ES. JIATIXEE
ALL IMl-.W THIS YEAR
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HE offering at the Brandela for
four nights ana a matlna on
Wednuday, bcBlnnlnj tonluht,
will bo "The lied Hote," 4
musical comedy In throe acta,
by Hairy B. and Robert n.
Brnltb, with tnuilo by llobtrt iiOod
Bowere, who hm made a eenaatlonal hit
n w iorK at the Globe theater. The
production la under the Dereonal direction
of John C. Fiher. the noted producer of
rioroaora." "The Silver Slipper" and
many other big muaical lucoesiea. The
i-omFany U unueually )are and Is aald
to include 10m. etunnlng young women.
There are twenty-eight musical numbera.
variety of popular sons hit. ami
othera of greater musical worth. From
a scenlo and costume point of view "The
Ked Rose" I. ,ald to be 'a aenLaUon.
Money has been spent galore. It Is, n
hort, a dressmaker and milliner's delight
The atory tells the following tale: A
young American, studying art, falls In
love with a modol, Lola, uu wealthy
father objects to the marriage. Btormy
cenes follow, but In the end, J)ck Lorl
mr. the young American, obtains some
Xlcturea taken by a moving picture syndi
cate, showing the antics of the father
trtth a young art student. This, coupled
with the discovery that Lola Is really a
baron's daughter, enables ' Lorimer to
overcome his father's objections, and the
last act ends with a scene remlnlsoeut
of "Sapho," when the student carries his
fiancee up a flight of steps and they
e-way in true Viennese,
comedy style and are married.
me cast Includes some of the best
known musical comedy artists and Is
aald by those who should know to be.
on the whole, superior to the ons playing
In New Tork City. This Is easy to under
stand, as It has not been organised as a
'road' show, acd will only be seen In
thS larger southern and western cities,
She only one and two-night stands this
company will play will be those necessary
to break Jumps between the larger cities.
One of the faturea of the performance
Is the "btudent s UlUe." a Sensational
lWMHng number which Is now the talk of
New York. .It. Is a feature that would
bring success to any musical play, no
matter how weak It may be In libretto
or music. It Is difficult to describe Its
inarm and requires to be seen to be
When the trl-star combination. Flor
ence Roberts. Thurlew Bergsn and Theo
dore Roberts cornea to the Uoyd theater
today la 'Jim, the Penman." we will
t-e a truly grtat revival of Sir Charles
Youngs great drama, which captlvuted
both London and New York years ago
and held the boards successfully for sevl
era! wwom. The trl-stars will be seen
In the same roles portrayed by them In
tt.e big New York all-star cast r.iu.i
5 tn- th ment
of William A. Brady and the associate
Horencs Roberts show; wonderful emo
tion in her portrayal of Mre. luiHtou
.iiiuuijr ana earnestness in
the trewendouness of the cllmag of the
euccess manes her acting In thl
-art a true revelation.
r. munew Bergen's handling of the
title role places him as one of our fore
mont leading men of the present day. lie
gives an Intense Impersonation of this
lole. Ills poise and artistio work bring
out all the sublety of a most difficult
part and In his powerful scenes with the
wicked Baron UartfHd he accomplishes
-unumui piece of acting.
ineooure Roberts, as the wicked Baron
Pieces of character acting ever wlinewed
on the American stage. The role Is a
great one and JJr. Roberts plays It In
a Masterly atyls. Th, engagement Is for
two dys only, tonight snd Monday niKht.
i fills Ueorge Evans presents an all
new show by the Honey Boy minstrels
U.is year. Le has retained marly au ue
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principals of th aesllent company he
presented ' last year. Comedians John
King, Ham Lee. Charles Milliard, Tierce
Keegan, William Caw ley. Lew Ullmors
and James Castle will be found promi
nent. The principal volcallsts of the new
show are Rea V. Prosser, Vaughn Coin
fort, James Meehan, Bam Lloyd. Al Fon
taine, Charles' Croesman and Mss.er
George Koty. Tommy Hyde la in charge
of th dancing. Of course. "Honey Boy"
Evans Is to be seen In on of those laugh
able talks In which he Is positively at the
head of America's monologulsts. Vaughn
Comfort, ths best Interlooutor minstrelsy
has ever had, will preside over th first
part. Th scenlo dress of th new show
1 to be very elaborate and has been
painted by Unlit and Wlckes, scenic ar
tists for Daniel Ftoaman's New York
Lyceum theater. Th engagement at the
Brandels begins next Sunday night
Th headline attraction at th Orpheutn
this week will be Rolf and his "Rolfon
lane." a featur which Is best described
as vaudeville's most refined musical act.
For many year Mr. Rolfe has been
known as America's premier cornet solo-
lit. He has th distinction of havlna
reached th highest register In th world
on that Instrument and in 111 hand th
comet Is not a mere mechanical Inven
tion, but an Instrument possessing all the
characteristics of th human vote In Its
highest development In addition to his
accoroptl.-'hment as a cornet player Mr.
Roife has produced numerous musical
novelties on the vaudeville stage, among
which may be mentioned "Ye Colonial
Peptett," "The Leading Lady" and "The
Courtier." Another musical featuro of
the bill will be, Ielro. the piano accord
eonlst. who will piny airs from the Italian
operas, love songs and snatche of "rag."
Madame Besson. th Anglo-Parisian
artist, will have the leading rule In "Th
Woman Who Knew." Victor H. Hmalley'a
act. The play scintillates with cleverness
and Is lively from beginning to end.
Chle Pale, a clever protean entertainer,
will offer a decidedly original and novel
conception of "A Country School Enter
tainment." Connelly and Webb will pre
sent a oie-act playlet entitled "A Stormy
Finish." which Includes an abundance of
singing, piano playing, dancing and
comedy. 1'ilmore and Adair will pre
sent "Scenes Behind the Scenes," a very
clever and unsual sketch. MacRa and
Ivrlng, two eccentric novelty cyclists,
will glv a novel and elevating act with
their cyol aeroplane. provoking much
laughter by their comical stunts.
Sous and his band are th terms used
In announcing the appearance her on
neit Sunday matinee and night at th
Boyd theater of th organisation of sixty
mustetans headed and directed by John
rniup fco us a. eousas latest march Is
called "Th Federal ' and it will be beard
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la th program h has prepared for hi
conceit In this city.
"Billy." which might be called a tala
of love and false teeth, la to ba presented
at th American this week by th Wood
ward players. It has never been seen
hero, but Is said to be an uproariously
funny fare comedy. Billy, the hero,
loses four teeth In a foot ball game, and
on board a steamer from New York to
Havana loses his false teeth while trying
to make love to th girl he wants. Out
of this slmpls proposition grows an end
less number of funny situations and
startling complications which are finally
resolved In Billy's favor. Tho action of
the play takes plac on th steamer's
deck, and it Is In three acts. Mr. Webb
will be th bey with th missing teeth
and Miss Lang th girl who has to listen
to his mumbling. A not of Interest Is
added by th fact that Mr. Frank Jonea,
th new comedian of th company, will
make his first appearance this afternoon.
Th bill will (Tun all week, with th
usual matinees on Tuesday, Thursday snd
vAt the Gayety this afteroon Sam Hows
will offer his company of entertainers.
called "Lov Makers," In . a two-aot
travesty. Including an all-star olio. The
review of the "Follea Bergere," ths Win
ter QaAen; "Th Follies of litll ." th Co
lumbia theater. N. Y.. the shifting of
ths scenes to Sheepshead Bay race track
i magnificently staged. Ths olio con-
sists of Williamson and O'Connor, black
and brown face comedy singing act, en
titled, "Sinsrt Fooling;" Jack MiCabe,
th well known Irish comedian; Davey and
Poney Moor In vaudeville novelties;
Beulah Dallas, greatest coon shouter of
ths sge; Vera Desmond, dainty aluaer
and dancer; Wlnnlfred Wilson and Anna
i.ngusn. Ibe olio Includes an added at
traction direct from the Winter Garden,
Berlin, called. "O'Devlo." in which
twenty beautiful diving girls appear.
Patrons are asked to write their opinion
as to how th "O'Devlo" act Is accom
plished, and as an Inducement a pair of
reserved seats are offered for the first
five replies that ar anywhere near the
solution of th mystery. As sn added
attraction, Frank Clemens and his team
of deer have been secured. Tuesday night
the most complete election return in
Douglas county will be read from the
stage at Intervals. Ladle' dim matinee
every week day.
c.t.ii, wiiii ounuay matine per
formance at the Krug theater and con
tinuing for th wek. "The Yankee Doo
die Olrls" will present this season an
entirely new production from start to
finish, presenting a diversified program
of excellence. Th opening fare pr-
Jsented, "On th Road." Is said to be go
original muaical absurdity, in on act. in
which the entlr company is introduced,
headed by the operatlo queen, Mile.
Veola, who is assisted by Edward Boyd,
vocalist; Hairy Seyon, comedian and au
thor; Jenny Uladstone, soubrette; Lew
Reynolds, character comedian; Collins
and Hawley, eccentrlo dancers; Stewart
and Stewart, a duo of Instrumentalists;
Jcanette Lewis, th girl the boys like,
and many others. Th closing fare,
"Th Daffyullls' Retreat," Is said to be
a moving panorama of gaiety and fun,
mirth and melody' and visions of pretty
women .isndsomeiy attired. As an added
attraction. Bill Brennan, the umpire
whose voir earned him a reputation In
National bus ball circles and who offi
ciated as an umpire In ths world's series
bas ball games, will describe In detail
the Important plays which were made In
this most Interesting series of games In
which th Athletic defeated the Olanta.
Mr. Brennan's monologue will be inter
spersod with picture showing the vari
ous Important plays and at the conclu
sion moving plctur films of th games
will be shown.
WOMEN WORKERS IN JAPAN
Dtv for Oyeters While
th Men Rest oa th
Th penrl divers of Japan ar women.
Along the coast of the Bay of Ago and
th Bay of Kokasho th 13 and 14-year-old
girls, after they have finished their
primary school work, go to sea and learn
to dive. .
They are In the water and learn to
swim from babyhood and spend most
of their time In the water except In th
coldest season, from the end of December
to the beginning of February. Even dur
ing the most Inclement of seasons they
sometimes dive for pearls.
They wear a special dress, whit under
wear and the hair twisted up Into a hard
knot Their eyes are protected by glasses
to prevent th entrance of water. Tubs
ar suspended from the waist. A. boat
In command of a man Is assigned to
every five or ten women divers to carry
them to and fro from th ftshing grounds.
When th divers arrive on the grounds,
relates th Oriental Review, they leap
Into th water at one and begin to
gather oysters at the bottom. Th oysters
ar dropped Into tubs suspended from
their walbts. When, these vessel ar
filled th divers ar raised to the surface
and Jump Into th boats. They dtv to a
depth of from five to thirty fathoms
without any special apparatus and re
tain their breath from one to three min
utes. Their agea vary from 13 to 40 year and
between S3 and 3i they ar at their prime.
Week Starting Malinea ToJay
Rolfs and His Rolfonians
Piano Accordeunlst ; Master of
Thi Novel Italian Instrument.
Th Famous Anglo-Parisian Por
trayer of Zaza, Camilee, etc., and
Her' English Company In
Victor II. Smally's
"THE WOMAN WHO KNEW."
Comedy protean Entertainer.
GonneHy and Wet)!)
"A BTORMY FINISH."
Delmora and Adair
"Scenes Behind th Scenes."
HacRas and Levaring"
Novlty Cycillsts. Introducing th
Projecting th. Late,t ln Anlm,t6j
Orpheum Concsit Orcbeslra
II- Talented Artist" -
'?-,ts. 10c, ,5c, boo, 75c
Maua.es. 10c, B. B.at, 87' 1
pt Saturday . nxjj'''
Y. 17. C.A.AUDITOHIUr.1
Thursday Eveninj, November 9th,
o:ia P. M.
World's Oratat Oaltarlst.
Italy's Greatest Kaadollnlst.
Amerlca'a Ores test Baajotst.
Direction 3f FYancls Potior'! .,i -
i-uliar. mandolin and banjo. No, 10
Muidridge t'.luck. IecerveU seats a
sale at all diukIo stores
rrtdsy, Saturday and
Jtl-bts, Also Sunday Afteraooa
.tsusio y ttma'i Baud.
Aamisaion, 1C; Sfcatea. SO.
THE TRI-STAR COMBINATION
Thurlow Eorffsa, Theodore Roherts, of th araw Tork AU-Star Cast, In
eJIlVf THE PENMAN
Th Greatest Detective Flay Ever Written.
I Of 80 VOICES
TIIOHSBAY EUEHIfiG, HOUEBER 9
At BRAMDEIS THEATER
Reserved Seats on Sale at
Ths Tuesday Morning MuscaJ Oub Presents
Charles Wakefield Ctfman .and Paul Kenned Harper
IH A LECTURE RECITAL
The American Indian Music Talk
y. w. c. a: auditorium
Tcsidny afternoon, Wot.
7th. at 4
Devoted to Strictly Hlg-h Orads
rxtrsvRjanaa and Vaudeville
TWICE DAILY MAT. TODAY
. Sunday Matine Curtain at 8:30
A Shower cf Beauty, SCelody and Pun
SAM HOWE -fflS
S j Brilliant neview of tU Polies Ber
" sere, the rvinter Garden, Tollies of
-, 1911 ana tns vuiumius i m. x.
I 5AM BOWS AS "MOSES CO H EST,
THB KEBBEW JOCKEY."
OLIO OF NOVELTIES:
Beulah ttallas. Coon Shouter! Poney
Moor fe D. J. Davey (from London
Musle Halls) I Kllllan ft Moor, Slnf-
las; Duo, ax.d
Direct from th Winter Cardan,
Wins; Swlnunlns; Olrls Produced
Por th Ladies and Children
Prank Clemen' World Tourlns;
TRAINED CEERS VTwlVS'
Only Deer Ivor Broken to Harneas.
Election Returns Tuesdiy Night
This nhow won th high finance
record iiere last season, it's up to
the show now to again draw top
figure, i hope It does we sure do
nred the money. Go this after
noon: we ll turn 'em away tonight.
g. I.. JOHWSOlf. Mgr. Oayoty.
Evenlnjrs and Sunday Matinee
loo, SSo. 60s and 76o.
wjMats. 15c & 25c
Chew rem if you lis but no amoklBa;
1.AD1KS' 4 A At Any Vek
TICKETS I UC Day Matinee,
axauns, B:30( Hltrht, 8:30. Best Beats 800.
BeylnDlug- Matinee Today.
That Bnbbllna;, Mlrthf ulTMusioaT Whirlwind. v
The Yankee Doodle Girls
Parorit Brand of Burliqua, Brtffhtnod
a Qirly Show Sterilized Vaudeville
Acts of ExooUent Bxtravasransa.
"iM sanyauis Kstraat" ana "On the Boad" V
EXTRA- - EXTRA
UMPIRE DILL BBEflHAfl
World's Championship Series Umpire
W1U Tell of th AtUletio - Giant
Game. Motion Pictures of r tries.
DaffydlU Contest PrUes for Best Daffy
dlllo Bent Into Management Sarins; Week.
pera Study Ulub
Box Office After November 3
Tickets 60o and fl, on sal at
O. D. WOODWARD, Manager.
Commencing matine today and all
week with matinees Tuea., Thur.,
Eat., Mats. 2:15 and evenings 8:15.
MISS EVA LANG
WOODWARD STOCK CO.
In the great comedy
Prices: Any seat In
the house 25c.
week iiiv uc.ciicr
Great Welsh Tenor
FiitsT m. k. cnrncii
Tlll'RSDAY, NOV. 0.
Tickets $1.50 and $1.00.
On tale at A. Hospe Co.
Management, Miss Blancbe
Neit concert, Knelsel Quar
tette, Nov. 21.
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