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Tar AEJIHITIC SERSATIOX 07 THE EHGZ.IS3 UPEAIIBQ WOALD
GERTRUDE HOFFMAN
AND HEX
IMPERIAL RUSSIAN DANCERS
Ameriran Tonr Dirsrtion Morna 0a, and P. HT Ccmatock.
Thla Wonderful Frogrram at ETery Perlormai c.
CLEOPATRA
Toi ndad on Th.ophile Oantiar'a "On of Cleoiat.rn-a Wlffhta." tuaic by
A. Arasak-y, Rlmaky-Kcraako7, Mouaaorgty, Olazounow and Tanlaff.
JES SYLPHIDFS.
nomantic RaTaria in Ona Act Tablaau. Muaio by Chopin
Slli:ili;it AMIK; Or, A Nilit 1 it ;i IVisiun llaniu.
Coryphelo SIclr dratr.a In Ona Act. Mualc by Rimaky-Koraakow,
Iheodore Koaloff. Director Citoroffraphlc
COnPS EI BALLET Or 1501 HUGE ORCHESTRA!
Among tarn Imperial Ruaaian Artlata Ai-a:
Maria anl'.llna, l'..llrniui lniitil.il ' Tbaodora Koalofl. i'rcniicr lunaur.
'I I .t'il 1 "1. At osi-i i
Bllla. Cochin, IVr )trv-A Honsr.
Prlrcea Mnrie Schirlnaky.
ShihniPtow. M'isi mv
Anna Salciocrown, Mmi-ow
Jeanna Aflelao;-., I m is iiihth (Ihiup.
Mar ZlK-:a, I : rrin 1 TIh'ut,
W .IIM1
Buwin Dinah. i t(.ri-w Mnusp.
Ftrlna Lnmpa. I'hi ih i in ra Hmmr.
Ttraaa Iauipa, t'l.tUt TlieaUT,
I'MIIM.
Ioiiia Aveline. Cratd opera ltoui.
Trciirt Anura, OiMr.'l OpeiA Ikiusc,
Ificholna Solanikow, I'remtnr Mime
ni 'I hatt-r Impcrinl. Mow n,
Jan Saiewaky, Inpciu. Imperial
ThpHtrr. Warsaw.
Cuttuv Rlcanz, UihihI Oper Hons".
Piarra Thomai, Ortirl Cipera Huii!".
Inns
Jan Zalawaky. linnsfiir l.nprilHl
1'l.i.ui r. I'iBSiio
Iran Taraaow, Imperial Tlirater,
Mnynift.
Kicholaa Ewaraw. Mksiow
Xao Pornikoff, lnipcrtdl 'J'lirat'i,
Cr(ii
Extra Acltltd Feature Gertrude Hoffmann'! Hew Revue
MIm H"ff:wi i n will If ji'Pii in h-r iclepratpil iiiippr."oiiatloii. or Fitlirl
l'an viini-e. liciUKO M- OjIui'-, KU'llr I'ov, liva 'I'atiRiiny, Anna. Held. Harry
I.. i . Iti Hi !(. , ifi-ix. Ii.i - .i-tt UuiK-an, Ametto Kellein. ami, Kl1ie bcon
Bii'. ami Va'.i'.'ka Surntt
Frirfle, EOc. "5c. SI .00, 81.50, ta.OO Seata How leHlur-
MATIHEE
8ATURDAT
3 S Thursday, Nov. 23
bCCOITD ANNUAL OBAND OPERA PESTITAXi OF TRB FAMOUS
AbornEnglishGrandOperaGo.
iit Seaaon'a 3plendid Orfaniaatiou Increased and Elaborated With an
Orcheatra of Selected Muatclana
Thurs., Madam Butterfly. Sat. Matinee, Talcs of Hoffman.
Friday, Lucia Di Lammermoor. Sat. Night, II Travaton
Frlcea. EOc. 75c, $1.00. $1.50. Seata How Selling-.
Thanksgiving Week, Beginning Sunday, Novemljsr 26th
WM. A. BRADY, Ltd., Freaenta The Fuanieat Flay Ever Written
By Mariravet Mayo
Direct from a aolid year'a run at Daly's Theater, Hew York.
BY ALL ODDS THE BIGGEST FUN HIT THAT HAS EVER BEEN SEEN
ON ANY STAGE.
V you. nevrr nw Itlclinrd 'arlr
In former eu's, ilon't fall lo
o him during his rnxui
meiit ot til Iiranilwa thettr.
which begrlna Hundny CM-nlnc
November !'J, anil Is fur three
ntijhts, villi hw ltitet '?., "Junip
1n Jnpltci'," for dtowrnliiK t'iUk'
liavo i-alj that tho rloni:att'U rjin
rrtlan a never no funny hb In Ihla
llwo ami nover apppiiri'il In u fiumliT
pU.v. C irle'a piny nre all i-uimli ur'. xl
fur lauKtilug puipoirM unly. ninl u. lie
writes tlimn ),ln,ieir, map.i tln-m lilni-lf
ami urt tho Mtar part In thmu l.liiKolf.
lm ee.rtaluly lm Hn oppurtunily lo 1m;
an funny. oa the luw allutvK. ,
HurrounrtlliK Air. Ouil Is e Hplemllil
company, heuileil liy Ikln.i Wallace Hop
per, who la raid to Imvo the bit purt
In her larcrr. rruidlm; her the uppur.
tunltlea of illnpluyinis her lalenla n an
ctrew. und vociillHt H well bm weurlnz
aumo lioiKeous tuuiiH.
Holiert lllllUnl PrlnK ".V KcdI There
Waa," under the directlun of lvlaw
Krlanser.. to the MiandciK Xoveniher . i;:.
'.'4 and He l playlni; IiIh third and
farewell vnurton In thia iuratin draiuit,
hla tranjcontiiieiital tour taking him for
the first Hum ,u On; Taclfi".' i-naat. livery -1'Ody
kiiuua thn curiously K'lppliiK theme
.f "A Fool There Was," baKed uptm Klp
llnn'a tdea eiiift,.-.ed In hlit poem of the
fixd wiio "nmdti hln prayer to u rnK and
a bona and a, hank if hnri He railed
her tha woinuii who did not tare, hut the
f'jol he called her hlu lady r-ilr." It la a
drama that has been dei tlbed h
1k no tifhrr" h tpl It nmliitalim a on- J
deiful hold upn the popular, famy.
Manager WeleberK uf the tirtttt lai j
and Garter tbon-, wtileh ooines from the j
luugiuiiertit .Mtar mul Garter theater,
i hlcBire. la a firm believer In novelties.
1'urlng the suiiiiuar niontha he lias e-
urel many novel features hieh are in-
olved In the eliur., whleli ope.pa a pel.'s
fiiwwmdit lit the populur (iavety thea
ter, commenrlns thlM afternuon. While
the title of the bIiow ii will known to
the patron of thin theater, the produc
tion Itaelf la entirely new. The piece Is
a inunlral aatire. entitled. "The Kllrtlnp
AVtdow," bwied on iimualltK iii'ldeutK of
Mie day. In ohm of the aeven aienee a
laughable KiaJirf opti a travreiy, called,
"The King la in the Ualhluh."
Tha ebow at the Krug theuter for the
week commenting bunday matinee will be
the well known and popular "New Cen
tury Girls." All that time, money and
long experience can do to produce a good
fust clues bill has been done to inaUv
tha "Niw Century OirU" tli bel show
of tha i ison. A lnueical faicn al dlver-
Itm in two at'ts entitled "The Two
rikere," vrltteu and moduced by Tom
Meliae, la lven by a loiupany of ell
known burleiuoie anj audevllle talent.
The chorus and vii.einhlo are a pleasing
urprlse. The comedians and p.lrjcipal
parta are mell cast and they do not fail
to take advantage ot a single line to
treat a laugh.
The most pionoun.J feature of next
Wtoak'g bill at the Orpheum ill t "The
little Ooddeaa." a farcical fantasy nre--nted
by Hemiln Phoiie and company.
Miaei Hermtna hhJne as Venus charms
e-vrryone with her dainty, graceful aetlng.
blie cayecialiy appeals to the little folk
Ymie blolociH, known an the ,'.uin:
troid AlhlutcB," will tivc u sensullonul
uthlctlu perloiiiiaiue. which Is full of
new and daring lout 4.
"1'rliiUoso Kour." iopulaily knunii a
"l.two pounds of harmony." will K've u
tlngiiiH act which will show that they me
entitled to their name. Kacii member ut
the ipjartet Is a singer of exceptional abil
ity, poii.esluK a voice of pure, rich
uualits. which I wvll trained.
Kail Kiiimy 11 ml lit.- pets will give a;
lovely and entertiiiiilnn u I, called "Isn't j
Hho Terrible." Ten fu!y little tcniere ale
tho chief perloriuera and Ku tluuugii then I
t.artH with the eonridenee and ram of
eiwpeiieiieed actor. The comedy element
of the act Is de.lhdly pronounced.
"Moodio, the clown," always docs the
wrong Hilim at Hie rii;ht time.
j
1'oniiin; to lliaiiibls 'theater Sunday.
I'eceinber for a wei k a engagement. I
with matitiee.t Wednesday and t-aturday, ,
Joseph M. Hallos will offer l'aul Wil- !
eluch's dramatic version of "Thais." Mr. :
Lialtes has spent 17S,M in mounting this
piodui tloii. and It Is said to bo the hand
aomest en the American stage. It will be
the leal big eventuality cf the season.
ilii-s Hoffmann and her hue production
will visit Omalv Monday and Tuesday,
giving three peiformaneee at Hoyd's the- )
atcr, Im-ludlng a special niatliire on Tues- ,
da .
Miss I loffmami's program of entertain
tnent Is iinlquc not only In Its presents- 1
tlou of tha choiogruptnc drama a new
form of art for America, but more than
two centuries old In the Imperial theaters
ot Itiissla-but also In Its wide variety.
The fim on the program of "I.a f'alsoii
r.usne" Is tha uiiuio-di aina, "Clcopatic."
Tho story of this Is taken from Theoplule 1
Haulier's "Ureal Night of lyOc," and
tells ot the young archer, Ainouii, that
youth of French fiction who gave lite
lltn for the alien'a rarese. Here, before
tha couch of tho "serpent of the old Nile''
the famous bacehauale of Olaxounow t.s
danced by twenty Russian artlsta iu a
whirl of color, a sui-ge of abandon.
In a cool, green glsde. the antithesis et
"t'ltopaliv'a ' warmth If panon, Is
dunced next a beauttf.il pastoral, "I.es
oylphldvs." It la here that the art of pure
ballet dancing Is seen at Ita beet. Theo
dore Koaloff. director chorr.greph.lc for
tho big company ; Mar. a lialdlna. premiere
danseuse: Mile. Cochin and Uustav I
Itlreus, from the raiid oieia. Paris, and
Iau I'einlkoff, .I'ierre Thomas. Victor
Latusrhmaitn and the con de ballet
uaiie t I'tvjpln'a murlu wtlh sjpple I
blue. The exiiulslts sunplicltjr of this
ZWJA
Joipr
ballet may uiaku a ttroner appeal U
many than the purple spltuulora of 1
"Cleupatroi" or that wild phatitaHim- j
gorla ot murder and sudden death,
"tiheheraxade."
In addition to the-e ballets Miss Huff- ",
U'ontlnued on l'ugo Seven.)
vi s!:i:t.
1 L
hii.wa to Ktvlctiy Klfh urane
Extra vagania and VaudeTllle
IWItt UAILT vceVMAI. iuuhi
Sunday Matlnse Curtain at 8:30
Merit and Quality, Sand In Hand
Annual Visit f the Great
Star&GarterShow
From the luagnlfloent Star k Oartev
Theater, Chicago.
Vynne Bros.
Cool Customers Sangfroid
Athletes
Primrose Four
l.ooo rounds of Harmony
Karl Emmy
and His Pets
rresentinK Spectaenlar
Comedy, "Isn't fho Tti rible?"
JtitroducinK ".Moodio, I'he
Slivers of the Canine World"
Rosa Gore
Crouch & Welch
"That Lively I'air"
A Rapid, Roaring. Retreabtng Rerlew
Tho Hew Two-Act Mualcal Satire,
Hie Flirting Widow
Superior Cast Including
1
larry Iestr
Masoa (the fuuny German with "The
College atria" laat season) Elolae
Matthews and ranny Ssddtr.
The Famous Lobster S., N.Y., Chorus
A Roquet of Entrancing Beauty.
F YTR HI THE AVIATION NOVELTY
fcAinM. xae Eag'o and the Oirl"
Thrilling- flights Over the Audience
j leader
Williams & Segal
In Foot reals
The Three Lyres
Tinkling. Tickling Tunes
Kineicscope
rrojectlns tho l.utetst in Ani
mated Photography
Orpheum Concert Orchestra
Talented Artists
I've Iried my best in Ret tins
attraction for more than 0110 week
each eeason-- tun no k-: I he other
housca on the i'i- tut vtll not
make :he saerit'ii e ro this is your
warning, if oil liusi it, U011 I
blame me.
B. T, J0RW80N, Mgr. Oayety.
Prict's Muht 10e, 5c, 5IH-, 7.V-.
.Maliiiw I Or, best aeaU iHc, ev
i-et Siitunliij and Sunday.
SEATS SELLIRS FOR THANKSCIVIKB
w"i Mats.
Erenlugs and suuday Matlnse
lac, a sc. eoo auu 70c.
Chew gun If you like, but no smoking"
TICkFTS I JG Day Matlneo.
Uabv Carriage (iaraue In the Lobby
Celtltied Milk for the At-kin.; 1
w4e..i.ry.igi .
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MEfllGAM
THEATER II
O. S. WOODWARD Manager
Week Commencing Sunday Matluae,
Not. 19, All Week With Mattneea
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
MISS EVA LAI'G
and the
Woodward Stock Co.
In tha roaring; comedy ,
"Are You a Mason?"
THE BIGGEST HIT IN YEARS
Prices 25 Cents
NEXT WEEK
"Glorious Betsy"
Scats Sclllnn Now
3 DAYS STARTING TONIGHT
H. H. FRAZEX and GEORGE X.EDERER, Present
(HIMSELF) CARLE
IN
JUMPING JUPITER
A FARCE IN TWO ACTS WITH MUSIC.
Written by Carle and Roaenfeld. Music oy Karl Hoschna, with
EDNA WALLACE HOPPER
Specially Engaged
LAST SEASON'S TREMENDOUS SUCCESS.
PRICES 25c TO SI. SO
THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY
SATURDAY Y1 A.XirVJt:hC
FOR THE FIRST TIME HERE
Xlaw at Erlanrer will pressnt
ROBERT
LnJ i L L I M G3
IN THE PHENOMENA I. SUCCESS BY FORTER EMERSON BROWNE
THE PLAT LIKE NO OTHER
"ft F0L THESE DflS
SUGGESTED BY KIPLING'S FOEM, "THE VAMPIRE."
jii Mr. Milliard has beKuu a tour from ocean to oeeun, eoverinc his
a final uppearaneeM in the most KUcccsaful drair.u of the puni iiuarter
rintiirv, which ha been witnessed lie nioro ihun on mill'on idavoers.
3 BIG DAYS C0MA1ENCIND SUN., NOV. 26
SPECIAL I U. -:! V MA HNKK
HARRY ASKIN
OFFERS THE LA SALLE OPERA HOUSE MUSICAL COMEDY
THE SWEETEST
GIRL IIM PARIS
WITH ORIGINAL STAR-COMMEDIENNB
TRIXIE FRIGANZA
A $2.00 SHOW FOR S1.5D. SPECIAL MATIMEE TUESDAY c TO $1.00
WEDNESDAY MATINEB AND NIGHT, NOVEMBER 29.
THE BIO MUSICAL SUCCESS
THE SOUL ICISS
THURSDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT ( THANKSGIVING) NOV. 30.
IIM Mll.H..V
.neisel Quartet
Famous Throughout the World.
Tuesday Eve., Nov, 21
First Methodist Church
Sats 7o, $1.00, fl.&O, 93.00.
Now on 4il rt, A. !litp Co.
WEEK
MATINEE DAILY
lOMfctNUNG
SUNDAY MAI.
(IIOMlOFFAHlDfBUrltJJi
CATERING TO
POLITE
rmU 19 AUDIENCES
was aw
AUDITORIUM
ROLLER
SKAIING
Saturday and Suuday Nights. Also
tiunday Atteruoou.
Muaio by Green's Band.
AAuu'.asion, 10c; Skatea. o.
Cooking An Art
AnU our Chef I? an Artit.1. !l
pleases the tno.it f jhtlilious. lone
here an,1 ear the appearance of a
ell-fed and contented man.
Table O'llote lhnner 11 A. M.
to S I'. M , 40c and Sue.
Belmont Restaurant
OMAHA'S OWN SHOW THE MEW
CENTURY GIRLS
PRESENTING
Lydia Jospy and Tom McRae
Tbs Little Nightingale) 3mokt)
DON'T FAIL TO SEE
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