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OMAHA, "SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21. :i911
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T ' - ' i i '. , ' l i f A undr iwcwiUlu. M alletad la th dran-
3 ln Widow." th. murical oosidy I t- . l - .. .
'.' f . ... proucl tr MM HpltvKl and In 'Which I V' - . I -
'. 1 1 Jo If. Klld and Qmf a Hc.nloa n I . V r , , I I .. . 1
I . ";', tna chief funnltr. and whkh U t ba 1 r x " I -' ' hmpti. .. .
' '.. ' - " . r'A Ui Bast attraction at tha popular Oayatr ' S ' . I I
h J i V IT iwloa dallr 4I waak airtlB thla lur. JH : . .; . " . . laTH fi - ...n, x
, , v, noon, la tha prnano of ataiely rioranca !'.',,'!N 111 VVl A A MA I
, MHla, who puya tha difficult and tryln VT' J vyi JallVU WV I
. rv .'-I rola of Mra. Towwond. wlnhlnt widow, jT . V wa7C mVLAJmJ l
TONIGHT AND MONDAY:
- WlfiEHAL'S AI9 KEMP1 Present
TH OKSAVZST OOMXOT 0 TXAM
ItfBI BBOABWAT CAST aad FODUCTIOW
3 Days Starting Thursday
VOW TOM BOMS BJBAI. TVaT
HENRY W. SAVAGE
THE PULLMAN CARNIVAL OF FUN
Br mtTFBBT BUOBM
Wit a Coavany of MrlropoUtajt TaToriUa. BpoeUl Pnllauta Seaate
Bqnlpauat. Tha runlnt Orarlaad Umltad Brar Wut oa tha BalH.
4 lijhtt let
I SEAT SALE
2S to Sl.St
WXDBEBBAT SEATIBBB ABB BTOBT
SCHOOL OF ACTING .rl.TT1"
UtUaa iatohaa and Baacoa. H!jrl "A Boaaa Varty" aad "Tha Booaa
O'hi" A Coaiady ta Tout Acts.
Katlaaa. :; Vttt 10
It has reached us at last-the big
burlesque show of the conntry
THE TIGER LILIES
MMTT yCNfimV "EVERYBODY'S
Ilia I I lltllliiall I FAVORITE
Wot a Ball Momant, Wot a Boor Boar.
Oraudmothar, hat BTOrrthiaf Baw aad Praaclnr
Two atapaadooa aotai "O'BAT ABBOAD" and "0B-
rtBOEB." A Toaoh of waadoTUla, Too.
Aak thoaa who kaew about Mat Xanady. Ht'l by far
tha foaaiaat of tha faaay faUowa.
Hubbies Will Steal 'Away to See This Show.
aloa, roomy aaata, wkaro all ara eomfortoala.
f'-'K 9 -vaa. aZ
"V TV Mill B V
AUALLT a quarantlD hi to
ebaok aa pldamle. Ona quar
aatlna baa oauaad aaapl.
domla.' Thla uaraattao la la
"davan " Daya" and It baa
eaaaad an opldamlo of laucb-
tr, Nobody would wlah to aacapa It.
On j tha oontrary, avarybody la Miir' to
ba:xnaed to it," and to oateb tha' fit
(of aauchtor that la a aura euro4 far -all
tha Ilia la tha 'world nrooaadln from
(tom,. dapraaalon, (rouehaa or drooping
plttta, .' Bpoaklns of aplrlta, thara aro
twf Hnda in "Bayaa Day" that ralaa
alirmamiar of fua. Ona la a ghoat,
) houht to bo. It mala choat.
provoa ay na inert of auapandorA A
ifaraaJa tboat would hara no uao f or aoa
pMmn. Tha other aptrtt la In ooek-l
jialt ' On alp of It and A younc woman
a IWna." To b aur It la A pratty
atrtec cocktail though hr hoahajid
auda It. and aha'd ' bad na lunehMi
whk-b randared nor tha mora auaraptlbl
to mnuanca, and only tha day bafor
SwOhira bad aaaurrd her aha hut
Bbjfccnla powar and could develop a con
trtn turn ail of which aha conjured up
the: fhoetly aplrlt., which really waa no
aoiat at all. but a burflar. For tha en
tlr waak'tb quarantine laau la -Seraa
Haya" th apbit lncreaaa tha perplex!
jtleo of th faahlonabla New Torkera wba
ar ahut up ta the houee with them.
lhH tkey drive a poltcemaa to purault
from baaament to roof And back again.
Meara. Wagenhala A Kemper ara aend
ing thla comedy here with tha caat that
'mala tha record of a 'third year oa
" eoa otrect from the
lAator theater la Now York where at tha
'beginning of th eeaaon It reached A third
yaar. Th complet New York eaat mA
ivodaetloa will ba-aaea her la tbo fua-
toooi piay tha Aawrtcaa ataca haa kn.
a year. The engagement la. for tonight
mm anur aignt only.
In aonnectlon with "Kicuaa Ma." the
'area which coma ta tha Bnadata ea
Tharaday. Friday and Ratarday with a
,tnatlae oa Batarday, th circumataneaa
of Oa plot and th ' execution of the
taga manager of th autbar' aedgn,
r raapooalbla for a feature) which,
iwhlie It la not meant to be aa advartla
Ing feature, might rery wail k coa
trued aa aucb.
At every performance a bracelet la toa
aed bit the audience, aad aa th orna
ment la aa attractive and eomparatrraly
Vsloabl one. It caa be readily nader.
atood that tha onoceaa of th farce, by
.Rupert Hughes, in addition to other pro.
ducthm expeaaee, la likely ta coat Mr.
Kaeaga a pretty price for armlet tnue
All the aeenea of "Sxcaae Me" ara laid
a aa oireraud limited trala bound from
Cbkago' to 8aa FraaclacA Among the
ianera ar a yooag army lieutenant.
xne young woman who la to become kla
wire juac aa aeon aa tncy caa find
miniater who win perform the ceremoi
" young woman wno waa engaged to
tn otneer before ha plighted aia troth
to kla riaaoa af the moment. The
wfcB nance wraar a bracelet which waa
the) gnt af ta army officer.
guar Ills aoortlag day, and the eight
f Jhe bracelet arouasa the lealatlay of
,.- inieiew w im pontt where an
1L &<J&asJ&t QrjJim
ault la A favorable light, until by hook
or crook b baa managed to obtain possess.
aloa of that gift aad ta bar removed
It forever from th owner' arm and
sight. Tha prospective bridegroom doe
eucceed la gaining poaaeaakn of tha
bracelet and, determined to destroy Itr
powar v Interfering further with bla
happiness, ha raise a window of tha
sleeping car and toaaea It r. by th
wayaM. The aeene show, a cross.
eoctioa of th sleeping car a4 the win
dow from which tha bracelet la thrown
being oa th aide which face the audi
torium of the theater, ta of course, aa
Imaginary one, a la also .the roadside
to which It la thrown, sine th theater
auditorium la what would be tha railroad
right-of-way, to bracelet thrown from
tha window hwda among th audience
and tha on fortunate enough t catch
th bauble la allowed to carry It away
for a aourenlr.
Klaw A Srlangar'a production of "The
Round Up" will return to th Bran S els
theater tor four alghta and Wednesday
maUaee, beginning next Sunday evening.
The beadllnera at tha Orpheum thla
week wiu be Melntyr and Heath. ' These
rrfww.t. further consider th cTW, America.
tw funny men, who hav bean provoking
mirth together for th last thirty-five
rears, are coming to Omaha prepared ta
mak people laugh more than they ever
have before. In addition to .their famous
ketch, "Th Oeorgta Mlnatrela," they
wilt alve three other, "On Guard." "The
Man from Montana" aad "Waiting at the
Church. "Zlla." a gypey play, will be
Presented by atabelle Adams and com
pany. Tha atory telle of the love of a
famous yoong American painter and hie
gynay girl model. Mabello Adams, In the
leading rote, doee some aplendld emo
tional acting. The DeTaye sisters, the
"Brlnx ley Bn)o Otrla." will give a musi
cal performance which will be emhet
Hahed with fancy dancing. Several plan,
tatloa aielodlea and operatic artaa will be
played. Ergottt and the Lilliputians, a
clever acrobat and twa mldgota. will give
aa amusing athletic performance, camm
ing of lean, vault a tumble and:xwiiia
The mldgeta are s and S year old and
are German, having been In thla country
only three year. Aiuatin and Hartley,
the Umooa barrel lumpers, will give a
ketch entitled "Athletee at Play." Tbey
win do a number af difficult etuata
Maaoa and Murray ta tbetr "Song and
Chatter" wal rentier to date ong aad
get off name original lake. Joha Ma
eauley, tha character, vocalist, who cornea
direct from London to begin hla firat
tour, wtll glv a aerie f im-
In addition to 'other fesflurre 4 hat hav
contributed to th aucces of "The Win
ning Widow,"' the new musical comedy
produced by Max Hptegel and In 'which
Jo M. Field and George B. Hcanloa ar
the chief funmakera, and which Is to be
the next attraction at the popular Oayety
twice dally all week atartlng thla after
noon, la the presence of stalely Florence
Mills, who play the difficult and trying
role of Mrs. Townaend, a winning widow,
who baa dabbled la the game of matri
mony aeveral time. Kh la a, Chicago
girl and haa been on tha stage . aeveral
years; up to tha eighteenth year, ah
attended Vaaaar college, whence ah waa
graduated with - honors. She la gifted
with A soprano voloa which haa bean
caaafully cultivated and of which she
make excellent ue. When Mtea Mills.
Field and Hcanlon with "Th College
Olrla" last season came to town, ' local
amusement awaken will hav every op
portunity of enjoying themaalvea to their
heart'e content. An Interesting and aovel
contest la connection with th engage
ment I the fifty word eompoettlona that
ar asked from th auditor, th subject
being, "What constitutes a- winning
wtdowT" Twenty dollar In gold Is of
fered for tha beat reply, Th award to
b mad next Friday arming. "
The Tiger Lille with Matt - Kennedy
"Bverybody'a Favorite" on of the fun
niest of th many funny comedian en
th Empire circuit, will be the attraction
at the Krug theater for the week com
mencing with the usual Sunday matinee
ai:3t. The show will present an ag
gregation of burleaqu atars, -vaudeville
acta of merit and a beauty chorus lav-
lahly gowned. ' The firat barletta-1 en
titled "O'Dey Abroad." and deal with
mirthful bppanlnga la Paris.. . A vaude
ville olio of thirteen acts will follow and
the abow cloeea with a burlesque .which
for want' of a better nam haa been
called "aoreflnger." Th satire waa
written by Matt Kennedy who play th
leading role. Clara Olbsoh. : a petite
young lady with A beautiful vote, la the
soubrette of th how. and la assisted la
th fun making by Lena LnCourler.
Charles Barrett. Jim Dougherty aad Al
Bruce back np Matt Kennedy aad a
cor of pretty chorus gtrla.
At th American thla week th Wood
ward company will present th good play
-mioy," that Interacting combtnatloa of
hypnotuna and artist Ufa In the LsUla
quarter la th day whea DuMaurler. the
author and famoua ah 1st. was a student
tnero. Mia Lang wilt play the role of
Trilby O'lsrrel, th beautiful girl who
m waa ruined by the mysterious Sven-
gaU. wba exercised hla powers over her
to mak her sing according to hla will I
It la aa entrancing romance that bj here I
act down, and with Ka mingling of love
and friendship, of mystery and tntrlgu
It aecome really im preset r at tlmee. Mr. '
Nolaa la to play Bvenaall and the ether
In the com o ay will be well placed In
the cast. The first Performance will
be at a matinee oa Sunday afternoon,
and th bill will ran ail week, with the
ual matinee on Tuesday.- Thoraday
Oa Wednesday afternoon and cveninx
at th BraaeMa Miss Fttah will - - -
the claaaaa of th Brand! and Boyd
School of Acting la-a aerie of (ketches
and dance. At th matinee two sketches
and.tw aerie of dance. Including "The
Pipe Fan." will be given, and In -the
evening a four-act comedy, ; "A Hemae
Party," will be put on' and "The Ftps
o' laa" will be repeated.
KNOCK FOR I DRESSMAKER
Haiaaad'a Liability Extende Oaly
. . ta Wlfe'e Meal Need la
That a husband cannot be mad to pay
tot clothing purchased -by his wife It
he already haa sufficient clothing to be
comfortable, was the .opinion ot Com
mon Plea Judge Brow nU of Cincinnati
expressed In the ault , of Elisabeth H.
Fleming, agatnat Matthew Rlchter.
It, developed that Rlchter' wife had
a dreea made by Mrs. Fleming, a dress
maker, and when she called 'for the drasa
he presented a cheek .to' pays for-It
Mrs. Fleming did not hav the difference
between the face of the check and the
coot of the d rasa end Mrs. Rlchter took
both away, saying 'ah would send th
money. The bill wa not paid, and th
dressmaker sued Mr. Rlchter, and "Squire
Myer gave Judgment for th dressmaker.
On appeal. Judge Brewneli 'held that aa
Mrs.', Rlchter was well provided with
dresse without th en ordered, her hus
band could not be "held responsible for
the debt oa the ground 'that It
Fhones, LKiug. 4M. Ind.A-1 Jl
MaUnew Every Day, 8: 15.
- . -Every Night, 8:15.
Weak Jlartipj Matinej Today
Hclntyre tnd Hsatb
Mibelle Adams and
- . Company
MOBDAT BTBatT JAB. IBB
Bos Ofrioe Open gwaaay
t e P. kf. a
De Faye Sisters
Tha Brlnkley Banjo Glr'.a -
Erjotti & Lillipotians
European Btiley ArUsU
XsT mB0ITAZ V
Txsradsy, Jaaaary aa, M . M.
"irTed aeata oa aal Owl Drug Store.
Ai'Oiliiie S Hartley
Famoua Barrel Jumpcra.
"Athletet At Play''
Mnon & Hnrray
"Songt and Chatter"
" First American Tour
John Hacalcy '
Projecting; th Latest la Anl
' mated Photography.
14 Talented Artist. IS
Price iatiae. 10c.- beat
aekts 35c, rxrept Saturday gad
Huarlay. igbt 10c, iV, SOc
7oc." - " ' . '
Miss Helen Sadilek
Assisted by Mies Alio Xeuar. soprano
VaMy Ckmrca. Tth aad Oaaa ,
day, January aota. at o'clock
treats oa eie at A. Heep Co.
, Admuwioa ILt. . ... , . .
Devoted to Strictly High Orade
Astra vagsjua aad TandeTtlle
iVICE DAILY WY MAT. TODAY
gnaday Matinee Oartata at tito
Tons Approval Is Aaksd Of
Bashlag Kualcal Frivolity,
Big Caat Iaclus.ee The, Th Favor
itea with "The OoUege Olrla" Xrfurt
ona b. oasn.ow.
. flobbbcb mum,
job m. Fnu.t
For the beet ft word com
noaltloa ef your idea of
what constitute a winning
widow. Brlag your aaawer here by
Friday aeon. Beat tea responses win
be read from etage Friday night. If
yea via, and yoa ara la the a Balance,
Flereaoe BUlla, the real winning
widow, wtll allp yo a the eola. Contest
epea to everybody.
BIO BBAUTT CX0BUI
0. B. W00BWABB, . MABAOBB
All This Week aad Matins Tuesday,
Thursday aad Saturday. . s
MISS EVA LANG
WOODWARD STOCK CO.
Fra aaatlng Ds tCaurler'a Bore, .
Bramatlaed by Faul F otter
toat Tea Bemembe tweet Alio.
' Regular Woodward Production.
BO CKABwS IB FBXCXts tos
Heoare Aeata Barly.
if Florence Mill, really la a
widow (even- a grass onel. ahe
need only give me the high aign
but I'd hate to have to pay for all
the Joyful gowna ana wears. At
that. 1 gue I'm only a piker.
K. I JtHiN'SON, lr. Gayety.
BBA7T WIII-TII BIO FbAT
"TJL D ' Li r 11
i lie txigiii vi way i
Bvaalnga ana aunday stauaee
loo, lis, Ms aad 75a.
Mats. 15c & 25c
Chew gum If you like, but a smoklag
LADIES' At Any Week
TICKETS I UC Day Matinee.
Baby 'Carriage GArage In the Lobby:
Certified Milk for the Asking.
We are atrivlng constantly
to Improve the high atandard
Our Fatroas Boost for Us.
Com flundav and try our
Table D'Hote liinner, HA. M
to t P. AL it and it cents.
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Mlt Bodg o. V. Ball, Frop.
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