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THE OMAIIA' SUNDAY - BEE: JANUARY - 28. 1911
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TIE HiaiTIEST OF DR1BATIC ftCRIEf EKE1TS
134 PEOPLE 20 HORSES
Ro Play of Water Uf lfr FrwnW
AchlJ-t Brnto-. -oc.frf "THE ROUND UP"
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FI2 B. 4-5-6-7 WED. MATI MEE
In The Fun Feast "SNOBS"
IDHE Of IAMILY
LAW ERLAXOER'S mtMIrt
production of Edmund Uar'f
drama, "Th Round Up,"
com to tbt Brand!! to
night for aa cnsemnt of
tour nlfiita and Wodneaday
tba Round Vp" l ona of th
putya that caa alwaya "com back." In
triumph.' Tba battla aocna of Ilia third
al la tha moat atupcndoua of iiaia (-
! facta. Tna apptaranca of twtntjr mounttd
I Indiana rKHnf alone tba kdf of rock n
dlaay hlhl. la a thrill Indeed, but It l
far aurpauad In tht Inddfnt at lb and
'ut tha act. wrhera Wim" Hoovar, th
ahartff, and a troop of oavalryman ara
ahawa In actual hatid-to-hand flsnt frith
a band of A pacha Indian marauders. In
tba but act a troop of cowboys la shows
rldlnar buralnt bronchos, a feature nvr
bafora aata In what la termed an In
door" attraction. Tba cast Includes Tup
le. Holmes. llUcbcll Harris. '. Usreld
lUrtacll. Harry Cowan, tviliiain II. Sul
livan, M. K. Hclsty, William CnnUI'.n,
rrank Vail. W. N. BaUey. IMaaid F.
iaattla, Jaccjuc Martin, James Aemum,
Oarda Hantua, Inea Macauley and Matt'.
Edwarda. There arlll aU be e. lurse
auxiliary company of genuine cavalry
' man. acauta, cowpunchers. Ha x lean, va
jauewoa. Arlaona (Iris and twenty hlfkty
I trained cow-pun! ca from tha Arizona
Carroll of Carrolllon was to be set up
In statuary hall In the capltol. H re
ferred to tha commonly accepted story
that Charlaa Carroll wrota th words "of
Carrnllton" so that In raa tlx king's
hanirman caino along, after tha algning
of tha IJaclaratlon of Independence had
bean attended to, lie ciuld not poaslbly
maka any mistake and presumably would
hang tha rlrnt or real Carroll. But, ac
cording to th researches of th senator,
Charles Carroll of Carrolllon had ben
writing his name that way for a long
tlm. having concluded that ha rouat
somehow eaparate himself aa much aa
possible from tha large and. parhapa. In
creasing number of Carrolla whose deota
he had been expected to pay.-Phlladel-phla
Mitioee Today 2:30 .Right 1:30
BEST. SEATS 50e
iss New York, Jr.
FRESH FROM BROADWAY
Extra Coates & (.randy aid Their
Nothing But Fun and Pretty Girls
"V II J J II II If-- mHtt I
' tola Oraaar. 1st tna musical aeaaaulon.
i "tatse tradalaack." win bi tba attraction
at tk Brandeis for three daya, atarttng
Tnuraday. with a matinee en Saturday.
Tha acea of tha operetta la laid In
ptctureeque fktiai-d. with lis h'shlanda
af beat her, brilliant plaids, bagpipea-and
ancaatral balla. Mlsa Claaar baa tba role
f a boant Ocouh laaaM, who la called
ICsa Dadakacck by a doting foster-
; tathar. who brings bar up In Ignorance ot
bar -aobie Mrth. It la said tha part la by
. far tba best la which this chlrmlng
i iwnnllsiine baa appeared sine "Dolly
' VeraesL" Tha tula la. wa ara told, at
, a, very high mritr and la af tba Viennese
acJMMl U which -ri Eprlng Maid" and
"Tba Merry Widow" are samplea. Th
aapportlng company consists at twaaty
, oft tight opera artiste, several of whom
have-song In gmcd opera both. la .this
country and ra Europe. Titer is a!o a
aalancad caorua of forty pteked voices
and aa augmented orchestra. Prominent
la tha cast ara: Thomas Richards. George
Orahaa, Jack McKay. Arthur dough.
DmrA Tarraaoa. William D. Oiaarr.
Anna licuter. ' Bertha Holly and Allc
- a . .
-Trash Mclntrre. tba heavyweight fua-
aaakar. who. for tba past three aaai
baa been the Bob Blake of James rorbea'
aomedy. Tba TraVellog pslesmi
eamao to tha Brandna, February 4 to I
ta "Boba." a aatirirai farce by George
mroxaoa Howard, m which e .has
. ocorad triompha at the Hudson theater,
Xew Terh. and "trj Ilunetr theater. Cbl-
caco. Tba b g eaaxdiaa ta -alaoba- asaaya
tba ra of , a. milkman, who becoraea a
duka And enters, aoclety's fold. "Snobs"
la handemely nrsunted, and m ramark
ablafor .tlm fact that Ita cast consists
entirely of hlgblV apaclallsed' playara
Prominent In this array ara- Myrtle Tane
hlll. Eva HcDonald. Katnrtn Stewart.
Maria' Kltagerahf. John Cumbsrland. Roy
Falchtld. - Orlando Daly - and Prank
Browalea." v ' '
- "A round -tba Clock." by Prank Huff
man, .w J b . music .and lyrics by I. O.
8ralth and Sebastian Hlllar. will be th
attraction at the Boj tonight and Mon
day. Pew eornedus caa boast of a liberal
. sprtnkUng of paatomlna and vaudev Dl
aa caa this. Tha management secured
"Around Oi Clock" to further exproll
tba talenta of tha Ritchie London Comedy
cempany, who will ba best remembered
for their Inimitable work In the bk A
original act that haa coma to thla country
from abroad ta yeara. "A Night la a Lew
don Music Hall." Mr.-Ritchie agata
la his clement aa tha youth who drinks
mora titan his limited frame caa hold.
Mr. Ritchie s Impersonation ot the
"drunk" waa ona ot tha exceptionally
enjoyable feature m "A Night la a
London Music Hall." in tha new comedy,
though hla opoertunitlea ara batter and to
use the Trrnecular be more than "make
good." Tba staging of this high elaaa
ahow la In tba best possible manner and
tha costumes are elegant ta tha extreme,
while the musical numbers ara of tha
Jingling popular order. . .
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-The etory af Charley. Steele, aa told
by Sir. OUbert Parker la "The Right ot
Way." and done over Into a play, is to
ba tha offering at the American thla
week, with the new leading maa. Dexter
rauott,' la the role of Charley Steel.
Mies Lang win hare the part ot Roaalte,
the anald Steele mevtr ta the mountarna
after the second part - of hla Ilia haa
begwa. .The . etory la. one of abeorbtng
lataraat, and loeea. Bona at Ita
or are ma tie awarltlea
mad Into a play. H has so many lo-
tnaata of Intereat that to psearrve them
all preaentad an almost tmpoeslbl task
ta tha dramatist, but II was so well ac
complished that tha play la aa full of
power and light aa tha story. How tha
current of Charley Steele's Ufa waa
turned, and how ha becam aa i little
child, then was awakened to full memory
of tha past and bla atruggle with tha
problem presented, and Ita solution ara
tha elements on which tha fabric of
tha drama rests. It Is a deep study ot
a man e aout, and la ita solution It pra
aente hla regeneration through love. A
number ot aplendkl charaotere mora
through tha play, among them that ot
Jo Portugal, the half breed. All ara
outlined with care. The eocnio equip
ment, too, la of Importance. Tna first
performance wilt ba at a matinee thla
afternoon, and tba play will run all
week, with tha usual matinees.
The Mil .at tha Orpbeum thla week
Offer a number ot well known artists
and a great variety of acta. Tha head
line attraction will ba "Tha Busy Belt
fay," a sketch presented by Pat Rooney
and Marion Hunt. Those who ara fond
ot singing, dancing and comedy will be
delighted with the act for It contalua
a large number ot pretty and catchy I
songs, bright dialogue, and beautiful
daaoa. ftaaer Mldgkey and company will
offer a farce called "Early Morning Re-
flectioaa, which ta full ot runny situa
tions, most at which result from "the
colonel's nkfbt off." Th valet aad tha
maid make It very lively for him the
aaxt morning. Moaber. Hare and
Mother, wtl give a Mere performance
with daring and difficult atunts of all
kinda. .The Kteholaa Staters, will give
aa amuaiag black face art Impersonating
young aegro gtrm. They ara both good
danoara aad alngera. Tha Arltngtea Pbor
eompoai d - of Brenor. te. Manny -and
Roberts, will glvo an entertaining ' act
consisting of onga aad dances. Patty
and Lpeek, aassational head bal
ancers, will gtve a thrilling acrobatic
performance". One of their moat difficult
atimta as to walk . up and down ataira
upon their beads without touching hands
or fret to. tba steps.
-Mia New Tork. r.." owe of the dev.
-burtesao show ra th country
wtth lb YVatermeltm Trust a aa added
attraction, will ba tha bill at Ilia popular
Krug theater for the week commencing
with th usual Sunday matinee. Among
tha atars with the company are John J.
Black, Bert Weslon. Krancla Reynolds,
James Fsirburn, Bennett Mitchell. Fay
Odell. Myrtle Franks, Sophia KrsnU
Pearl Black, and Myra Pumont, The
twenty-two chorus girls sing and dance
delightfully and ' tak part In tha
marches, dancee and concerted bita with
:ll tha precision of regular soldiers. "Up
To Data Married Life,'' la tha title ot
tha opening piece in which th whole
company takea part. "Fifty Mile Prom
Denver," la tha title ot the closing
aomedy. In tha vaudeville portion of tha
she are the following acta: John J.
Black and company to a ono act play
let entitled "A Mother" Last Wish."
Franks rasters In a black face sister act
on the etagc Tha dancing Mitchells
In a nsw Parisian sensation called, "Tba
Awakening." Fay Odell, alngtng come
dienne, rendering her own novel eong
Oua Fay, ot tha "Big Gaiety" com
pany, which will bo the offering at the
Gayely tor the week alerting thla after
noon, haa proven that legitimate stars
have a place In cxtravaganxa ft they
possess personality and unction to a
aufflclant degree to make their work ap
preciated. Able and worthy seconds to
Mr. Fay ara Al Herman. Eddie Lovett,
Clara Rarkett, Maud Pool. Al Barman,
and tha rlasateat ehorua on tha Columbia
circuit. Tba opening satire la "A Florida
Enchantment." . Tba ueual amount ot
novel and surprising eoaemblea will be
Introduced. An excellent 0U0 of vaude
ville novel tlee will ba Interpolated In
tha entertainment by Al Herman, -the
black laugh"; Wast es Benton, singers
and dancers: Majaotlo Musical Four,
emperor of harmony and that Jumble
of laugh chancea. "Fun m JalL" Ladles'
dlf matin dslly starting tomorrow.
DOTD'S 2 d- TONIGHT
Ritchie's Famous London Comedy Company
AROUND THE CLOCK
EFFERVESCENT FUN, FROLIC AND S0NO
EVERYTHINB UP-TO-DATE NEW. NOVEL, NATTY
BEST OF ALL MUSICAL COMEDIES i
FRETTY GIRLS POPULAR TUNIS POPULAR PRICES
SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIME ' '
. PRICES: 2S-50o-75e-SL00.
-1 sevw w v w .
V amtraTagaasa and Vaudeville
ITWIP.F ngiir "uaT TODAY
gasday Matinoe Cartaia at t38
SST CUS fay, B5iS5
"Half the people ara aqulrrala and
the other half nuta."
Gu Faya Philosophy.
Clara ttongla Backatt, Will Wast,
Alice ixaada Pool. Bddle &,
BeaJah Beaton, WU1 T. OoUlaa aad
Big Oompaay la
"FLORIDA EX CHAN MEST"
A ew Maatoal Bsxravagaasa.
XX AM TKAT BI.ACX aAVOst,
tCnt from Puck
MAJESTIC MDSICAL4 JZSZZ,
riifl II Jill" Maaaeaaloal Jaamsla
9 mm saj wetas. of XAegh
Hata aad ( btldrew.
Dr. Bertha C !" at a luncheon
In Worcester. Mass.. eloquently pleaded
for her tax on chlldleea husbands
There woutd bo fewer rhiidleaa hus
bands," Dr. Dosser ended, "if there
were fewer extravagant wive. Take the
rue nf hala alone. It la nothing for a
woman to decorate her bat with aigrettee
and paradise plume worth M w Ml
Few nam can afford aigrette, paradise ,
plume and children at tne same tier.
ViTiv." said Dr. Downey. "I heard a
story tha other day about a maa who
'Brown seema to be succeeding bow.
What as the earret of ttr
" -Well.' waa the reply. 1 west Oobsa
Oolde a daughter, an belreaa. who spenda
fl.we a year on hat alone, and
" And, of course, he married her, en"
"No. no' He married her milliner.
' Carroll af CsunraUle.
Th late Senator Dollrrer toM us here
what be believed to be a real new story
ot Charles Carroll of Cnrrollton. the
tgner. some of who deocendante have
arrived here hi America Intending to live
with ua agwn. Mr. DoTaver ae gather
ing saaterial for what proved to be a
most eaoquent atKlresa to bo Hrrered
la th senate whoa to atatao at Chart
rhonea, Doug. 494. Ind. A-1494
Kverjr Night, 8:15.
Matinee Every Day, X: 15.
My message to you thla morning
la that Oua Fay talwaye enter
taining) haa bo many new Jokea
up hla sleeve, he haa to wear a
kimono to hold them. Don't over
look the olio with thla show.
R. . I JOHNSON. Mgr. Oavety.
Bvaaiuga east Sunday axauaao
100. nao. as ii . xee.
"jMats. 15c & 25c?
Chew gwm If
Baby Carriage Oarag In tba Lobby;
Certified Milk . for the Asking.
If At Any Week
WW Day Matinee.
'-axaamassas- 1 . ,
i Prima Soaaa Casrtralt
soew . sjy
First Methodist Church
sat tie, tLOA H-so. ta.au.
. MAsagaiaaat M3sa Blanch loraaaoa.
Week Startint Mititves Todir
Pat Rooiey and
Marion Bent .
"The Bny 'Bell Boy"
Soger Midgley & Co.
Present a Not Farce
"Karly Morning; Feflectiona."
Mojhcr, Hayes and
Direct from Alhambra Theater,
"The Kentacky Belle."
" Song and Sayings Behind
The Arlington Fonr
Brn-var. Lao. Manny. Roberta)
The Singing and. Dancing Mea-
Jane Boynton and
The Piano Girl and
Patty and Desperado
Sensational Knropean Head
Balancers. Introducing an Ex
traordinary Feat of Turning
a Pomersault on the Head.
Projecting lb Latest In Animated
Orpfieum Concert Orchestra
I (Talented Artiste U
Price Night lec. lie, Mc, 75c.
Matinee, lac. beet seat. Sic. ex
cept Saturday and Sunday.
0. B. WOOBWAJU), MABAOim
All Weak Coaimontrlsg Buaday Xat
ant Mate-, Taea-, Than, aad Bat.
' MISS EVA LANG
AJTD Til ,
WOODWARD STOCK CO.
Appearing la the
r. Pre by
Right of Way
Prom lis Hlbrt jParkaT's BovsL
"The Prince Chap"
Dickerman ! inj and Voice
Monday Evening, January 29
. sReaerred UeaU 10e. '
Miss Helen Sadilek
Aiwisted by Mis Alio Waaaard. soprano,
tTWTTT CsTlTBCH, ITTK ABB CASS.
Xaeoaay, Jaaaary tota, at O'clock.
Seats on wale at A. Hoop Co.
For 23c The Bee, evening and i
Sunday, delivered at your home
Spare no erfort to make our
StuMmy Ihanem the acme of
perfection. When a good chef
extenda himself the diners ran
expect a treat and they get
Sunday Table D'Hote. 40e
and 60c. 11 A- M. to P. SI.
1311 Dodge 8. V. X. Ball, Pryp.
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