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BOYD'S-2-S Tues.Mar.12 ,S,
Gerhoiie Dallas in
.KOUGB 6IUNET. tin funnr
Utile comedlu who tM l
wsyi bum a wdcum favorlta
Inn, will com to lh Bnt
dla bM)r 'for Ox Pr
(ormaac. Marttnc with m
mUiim today. He U1 tx aeen la a
ww edition of hla Ian aeaaon'a nwoM.
"Duir lii)," The oaet embrace! aoma
pleaatna" oomedlaoa and a large propor
tion of the half hundred In tba rraalia
tlnn are, vlracloue, dandna and etngla
lrl. , "Biwy Iny" cotnMnea audi a
varkttr of fan eiementa that the moit
faetldloue or aobor theatercoer will find
It Impneelble to keep a ttnlle from playlnc
ta( with their mouth and ayea. Majiy
I'ie rnualtml numbera and catchy aonci
are Introduced by different mem be re of
the company. Mr. Sidney having eeverai
new parvdlea which ha will atng. The
caat engaged to aid Mr. Btdnay la hla
itrouch dupeillng efforti la on of more
than ordinary ability, being headed by
that exceptionally clever comedienne,
Mlea Carrie Webber, and tha following
well-known artleu: Dick flume, Nick
Basil, Frank Glbbona, Walter Webber,
lotia Magea and Jeasle Ollletta.
"Three Twine" on Ita preeent tour Is
prended with a aoeala ,tnveatltura of
unusual magnltlceace and with aa en
tire new act of costumes for both prin
cipals and chorus. Not on particle of
last season'a outfit la carried this year,
all being relegated to the scrap heap by
Mr. Oaltea at the end of but aeai
This will make tha present tour of that
delightful musical comedy one of the
blxgest In Ita history. It Is a show that
will plaaa tha young and old. with
music that la dainty and sanest, and with
a humorouo story that la told m a crisp
manner that foross laughter from the
most sedate. This year the oompany
numbers slaty, all selected for their ex
leUeaea la tha dUfareat parts assigned
to than. Tha "Three Twins" will ha at
i he Bran data for' three mints and
Saturday matlnse, starting en Thurs
Tha enormous auooass of "Tha White
Ulster" ta which Cathrma Counties
tarred hy Stair Havtln wltk Its
rasasfv stage production need byVtola
ASea-la atgmftoaat that deep la their
hearts American playgoer cherish the
lava for clean, wholesome drama. "The
White Slater." to be seen at tha Brao
deJa for six perform anoee beginning with
a matinee on Sunday, March 17. Is as
sweat and para aa tha snow white robes
nf Its Domtntcaa auna and It thrills and
vibrate with lslenaa 'emotloa.
"Over Night" wltl ha tha attraction at
tie Boyd theater for two nights and
Wednesday matinee starting Tuesdsy
right. March It la "Over Night" two
conptas go from their jeeddtnga dlreetly
to a steamer to embark on a trip up the
Hudaoa. Farcy Darting la a big
husky, dominating man with a awek
mite of a wife. Tha Ketttar are a boy
iz. child-minded maa and a good slsad
sottracett. The two bosses Mr. Dsr-
hBg and Mrs. Kettle-are left by accident
m the wharf, while tha bossed two. Mr.
Krttle and Mrs. Darling, sail away to
gether. Tha parted pairs can't reunite
before the boat makes a stop away up
the rtm. The audience Is taken along
aith the smaller two. Mrs. Darling
a pretty little babyish bride, and she
cries fur her husband to come and take
rare of -her. while Mr. Kettle, who has
lot go of his mother's apron strings
. t!d himself to a wits. Is a Usptng rant
via cults infantile In Ignorance af the
nMe. w ild .world. They are aa helpless
K a boat aa thoss of the Bursary tals 1
vra in tha woods. And tike children
hrr soon get hungry. He can find only
1 --ius la hie pockets for hla bride haa
takra charge of his money and Mr.
Darling con only add a dime to that
Mm. Mr. Kettle wrttea a check, at tha
ocgestkia o( a friend ea hoard, and
aka Mrs. Darting what aba win have
to start the meaL She orders for a' h4g
appetite and eugfesta that Mr. Kettle
have a cocktail. He hT a dry Martini,
ecsusa Mrs. Darling aay her hlg hus
band, Percy, alwaya has one before hts
dinner, it la the "milk fed" hrfciegroosVs
first drink. He buys win later and the
ay brides room and the sty fcrtde get
fuddled. PsMngers . believe
man and wife and shower rtc oa them.
lter Mr-Darting sad Mrs. Kettle, the
iue (wit w the (oar, come to a hotel
th village where the boat stops. They
are free minded, and tha fun. lota of it
continues. There la another loe affair
at tha asms hotel and many complies.
tlons In It, and Snally a xeadlustraeent
that promises gieaoa and oomfort.
For an sngagement of three nights and
popular matinee on Saturday, starting
Thursday evening at the Boyd theater,
Charles Klein latest successful Ameri
can play, "The Oatnblers." with a splen
did cast headed by Paul Xvertan, will
presented hy the Authors' Producing
company, , practlaal ly aa staged during Ita
run of ever IM performances In New York
City. The gambler are a group of
money mad specula ore, who violate the
banking law In tbetr desperats struggle
tor financial supremacy. When (rapped
by tha authorities, they determine In a
gain of cards, that one of the group will
become tha scapegoat Th unlucky card
falls to young Wilbur KmMaon. and ha.
tw obtain a written confession one of his
cowardly associates has gtvsn tha author
itie in return lor a promise ot ramamii,
goea to th horn of th prosecutor, ats-
ulssd aa a burglar. Ha Is surprised In
hla midnight quest by the lawyers wife,
whom ho had unsuccessfully wooed.
While they are arguing, th woman' hus
band, distrustful et hsr. and Kmsraon, a
bitterest enemy, returns unexpectedly
to confront and accuse them. From this
compelling situation Klein reaches a pow
arful but logical dsnowment hy a series
of soeoee of surprising dramatlo Inten
Psul Kvertoa, whs appears aa Wilbur
Rmerson, la aa Omaha favorite because
of his succ as la "The Third Degree" and
"The Lass and th Mouse" her la re
cent seasons. Osrtruds Dallas, a beauti
ful young emotional actress, whose talent
gslnsd hsr unusual prominence la
th east will make her first bow to local
theatergoers u the difficult role of the
sorsly beset wtfs of th federal prosecu
tor. Frank Loess hsa th role of Dar-
Via. th lawyer, and the remainder of
th company, all of whom
sonally chosen by Klein, Include J
Palmer Collins, Franklya Searlght
Matthew & 8nyder, Edwin Waller, Eu-
gent Foxroft Edwin Labay. Georgia
Snyder, Evelya Green and several oth
ers. The senlc production Is very eleber-
For th week at the American the of
fering will be "Tha Lilr." tha great play
adapted hy David Belasco from ths
French of plarr Wolff and Gaston Lr-
oux. Miss Iang will be seen in ths rots
of Odette, th Uly, In which character
Nanee O'Neill made such a success lsst
season. The play deals with a problem
that Is best answered by ths Lily her
self.' In the third act, when she breaks
out sgalnst hsr fsther, who baa gtvsa
herself to her lover, even though he be
a married man. The seen Is one of
t remand oas fore, and I handled with
deftness and logic by the authors, whs
provMs a reasonable way out of ths
dilemma, and th rebellion of Odette
k rings happiness where only wreckage
seamed likely. Mr. Woodward baa staged
the play from th Belasco models, and
th rehearsals prom is aa Interesting
performance from tha first. Tha ran
will begin with a metises thla afternoon.
ant will continue all week, with tha
usual matinee on Tuesday. , Thursday
snd Saturday. .-!. ' .
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Another bill of uausual excellence will
be presented at the Orpheum this week.
The -six Klrkamlth sisters, famous In-
strumentslurts and vocalists, will be ths
headline attraction, giving - a prei
of beautiful musical selections. Mra
Gardner Crane and eompaaywiU present
a farce er. titled The Little Sunbeam.'
which contains aa Interesting plot and
la full of bright ones. M and Faatde
Biosdman will rive sa unusual perform
ance at tha piano. Alma Voulin.- drama
tic soprano, who has gained distinction
as prima donna la several Important ma-
they . arel aloal productions, will give a dsnghtrui
pragma of popular banads . and ssmt
rlasrtnl songs " Rica, Bully and Scott
will raoe much smueement by thetr
oomlcal feat oa th tamoplln and ele
vated bar. Ceo per and Routnson, col
ored comedians, will glv a singing and ,
dancing act ' Ths Psul.Assrd trio will
offer a ssriss of band-to-hand balancing
feats, dressed in Roman attire.
Th Orpneum road show will be la
Omaha during th wssk of March 17.
Tha Joint head liners are the Original
Ktght Palaoa Ulrta and Mil. Wtooo d
Beryl of Paris. Ths Palaoa girl ars
the premier pony ballet of th world and
tha principal la th larg ballot corps
of the Palace Music hall, London, now
aa Orpheum house. TM ta their first
Amsrlcao tour. Mil, as Beryl come
from Paris, where shs ' la th reigning
French beauty, 8h poss In tableaux
with alaborat acoessorlss. .
Dave Marion and his company are com
ing to ths Oayety this week In "Stag-,
land." a two-act muaicakplay, Which pic '
turn ths trials and tribulations that
sometimes beset traveling theatrical com
panies. In this case a abow angel bring
company from England to America and
when th oompany tends In Hoboksn It
discovered that th angsl is without
funds. Th vllllaa of tha oompany fslgns
sickness. In th hops of disbanding It
and hs Induce the hero to do likewise.
Disaster Is threatened, whan Snuffy, ths
Cabman, (Dave Marlon y comes to th
rescu by agreeing to take ona of the
parts, and sue (eats that Jack Wyndham,
th angel, (James X. Francis), tak the
other. Thla was done, a tueeem was
scored and threatened disaster averted.
Threaded through ths production are
ssaiiy dsvar songs, witty dialogue and
amusing situations. Th chorus Is com
posed of good lingers and artlstto damv
. Matinee today; Isdle' matins dally
"Ths Pacemakers," with Jim Flynn.
the conqueror of the whits hopes, sa an
extra attraction, will be th big doubts
bill at tha Krug theater for. tha work.
commencing with the usual Sunday mail-
Flynn will appear at every per
formance and will glv aa exhibition of
hi aklll and dexterity, so that the peo
ple of Omaha may have aa opportunity
of seel nx ths msn who Is matched to
meet Jack Johnssn. Th Pacemaker"
la built more on th styls of a musical
comedy. Ths play Is In two acts, ths first
taking place at a yning ladles seminary
and th second at Churchill's oaf oa
Broadway, New Terk. giving both scenic
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artist and' ostumr; plenty or scop
Boms of th artlso.'. with the1 company
are Charles J. Barkhardt Harry P.
Kstly. Billy MosseyA My Tulr. Bertha
La Belle, Jennie Curtla siid twsnty pretty
dancing and singing WlHs. . Th music
was written sepscls!ly for Th Pacs
roaksrs' by MetviHe tCHdeon. and In
cludes among Its manl ;song hits th
following: "Dreamy .Byed, " -'Ulxie uh,
Would Tou Kath r , Lor ; Than
I aside Hletas,
; Ths school teacher
small pupils an instructive
tail pupiie an umnKu,..
Now. children, all ths dot ths you.have
on were mada out of. wool, a nd- that wool
- one on th backs ot-'th Mttls
lambs." Thsn si is psssed m to other
subjects. To finish her less 0 she re
turned to her first tm and s-Sksd ques
tions of hsr small onarges
- "Now, MUdred." shs ssJd. "wvt
coat mada of T" v '
"It's mada out of fsstap
that sh wore
tl girl, sarnssUy.
hw laat year." sapll4 tha llt-nssUy.-IndianapMUa
TRICES Nights; SSc-tl.50. Mafnec, S3C-JJ1.00.
gSSs THURSDAY MARCH S
IE AUTHORS PRODUCING CO.
' (JOHN CORT, President) ANNOUNCES
BV CHARLES KLEIiM
' A0THOR OF"THE MUilC MASTLRVTHEUON
AND THE MOUSt -'THE THIRD DEGREE., ETC
"dV PAUL EVERT ON
: DIRECT FROM 200 NIOHTS IN NEW YORK OtTY.
.i .. t PKICfc Xlghta, 23C-91.B0.' Matinee.. 83o$l.00.
Com.ViSUNDAY NIGHT, MAR, 17
, - r TWO WIIKt, MATINEE DAILY
IN KIN EM ACQ LOR
THREE NIGHTS and SAT. MAT. APRIL 4-5-6
E. If. SOTHERM and JULIA MARLOWE
Thursday Xlglit, Taming of the Shrew; Friday Night, The Mer.
chaut of Venire; Saturday ; Matinee, Romeo and Pallet; Batardar
Kiiriif. Hamlet. " : ' " 1 " ' ' "! '
; PRICES: '00e, 78,' $ 1.06V fl.BO, a.0a Mall
Be Killed ta tlo Order of Their Receipt. '
Omaha' a moat popular
moderate priced caf
errles tahl d-ho sad
and a la saras. '
Clean, wholreom food,
Atteutlv service and
pleasant at m Of p It era.
Courtney's coffre 'nakea a
meal delicious. '
SereBteeiith and Douglas -
Evening iiiui vii ifc
F1SST METHODIST CK52CB
Beata BOr, (1.00. $1 J, 9Z.O0 :
Oa Sale at A. HIMPK CO.
Managrmrwt Mis Blaarne Soreaaoa
Aftr ttnt btr onr yo will
apprclt Dorf thorouftilr Vbtt
b?lmunt quality mana.
WlKlcfom food, proper, f cook
ed mt reasonable price, eerred tn
rVeom. Thmj combine to .make
Sun-Jny Table d Hole dinner,
II A- M. te i P. H., 4e and 60c
Ttie Belmont Restaurant
in Doaga WX. Q. M. Ban, Prey.
BMOAm MATS. 109AY AND HEOHESDAY
TONIGHT AND FOUH DAYS 25c TO $1.00
sJai-rag rARRIB WIBBER
An a Bxe) oostraFT or cuti i
OstEDIAJTB FMTTT IKUI
BACK AGAIN FOR THREE DAYS
mmmmrn innA V PeCIAt MATINEE
STARTINB I nUltOUH ' SATURDAY
tbb stAasraicravT sttmaa. v, nosvcmoM
WITH THE FAM OUS'
Ynma Yflma Airls
raalastog tha BrUllaat Cosasdlaa stB, OBo' B. ' '
MISS GERTRUDE llbTCIIESOIl
' ' " - coatTkirr ot St noni ,
sna wa a ran n IO . C Uv
CATHRIME COnHTISS is the VU1TE SISTER
I LV XT. vughaV
Bstiaaiag tofcsv a-4 sU wssk. Matisse, J0I Bight,
gae. Be ml hlgter thaa SO casts. - ,
X4 The srewalag svaat sf tha sissoa ths gisslst ioahls
I I sat are hUl la sU of , smrieins. .
Ca the pacemakers
I 1 - - v and
n jir.i FLYNN
UU& The crusher of sll "white hopes." who Is matched to
-, - - right Champlosi Jars jonnson ri laeieavrweigm cnampim
sVtst . ui.n of th world, July It. rlyhn will boa at every aeo
ftUUlCt foHnsnre. . -
COLLINS, La BELLE and P ATT ON
V Those famous singers and dancers-of bar Iraq us are with
j aa racssnsBsra.
Tl. sale of seats will ha treeoeedoua:
hy ssail cr teleohoa bow.
1 Day 2:15.-
Everjr Nlglit .
: ADVANCED VAtJOETVI
IastrasirntsJist and Vocaitet
AL AND FANNIE
- Fian6 Caper -
RICE SULLY &
Tan ea tb Tampollne and Kle
.Tated.Bara.. Paul AZARD TRIO
Athletic As Im.tha-Daya.of
. ... , Rone...
The Plump Disp easer of
Laugh tet f
Gardner Crane v
ID the Farce ,
. "The Uttle Sunbeam", .. .
By' lira. Gardner' Cr.Bne
The Celebrated, DraauMic
- Soprano -' " '
In Repertoire of Songt
COOPER I R05INiCN
Vandenile Moat Famouf CM--ored
Projecting the Latest in Ab1-
ORPHEUM CO NCERT
Devote te tristly BigH Ora '
Bstravaganaa sag Teodevllle
TWICE DAILY MAT. TODAY
asasyJCattass Onrtala at m
HfS UE JO.JAVI
. A Bossing .Wslossa Awaits Mlm
2 WO Tlslt to T Bngaaamsat at
Omaha, bu 'this Thsatsx of
THE ORLY-THE IRCOMPARABLE
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a-s BU Big
' tS.00 Btusiosl AttrsotloB at
Oaysty Fopulss Frlos
Compared with many ahowa,
"Dreamland- looks Ilka a million
dollars. Dava- Marlon is the hlg
center pole. of the Circuit when It
comes to smsshtng box-efftce
records. Ths saddest fact la that
ha will be herebut seven days:
fourteen performances. Get met
R L, JOHNSON. MT, Oayety.
Branlnga and guaaar statlas ,
160, ase, os asd Tea
2Mats. 15c & 25cZ9
Ohew gam If you Mis, hat a assoklagi
LADIES' dA.MAfl Week
TICKETS I WW Da, HatlBe.
Babv Carriage Oarage 'In th Lobby.
Pricea SlglU I0c. 85c, Me,
rrp Satavday and Saaday.
73c Matinee 10c, best Beats 33e, a-
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Wee Commeaciaa Madaee Today
Mats. Tors Thur. and Bat.
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