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Tiii OMAHA SUNDAY Hcju: AIAlit'H 24. 1912.
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'Tht.Rad' Rom" la given In thr
Th book And lyrlca nr by Harrr
M. nd Rob rt B. emtlh .n4 'tb mutlil
la tha. ork of Robert Hood Bowers and
la uid .to correctly, portrar. (indent life
In rru. In e ,d(in and wholeaooie man.
nr. , The t nrcductlon I elnboruelr
rtagrd and a1booatuming Is said to be
wonderful. The .breaeatlng eompanr sj
niiilly large and Includrs many' not
able people. A feature of the perform
ance Is ("TkerStudente" Glide," whlcb
created sensation In New York City.
'The Rosary; ; waa the moit talked
ibet play'ln'the popular-priced bouaes
last'ieason. ; Tble- play struck the popu
'Jr ebord of '.the people and, with . Ha
many bbma,n-;nterst qualltlea. It' proved
'to be Immensely, popular. Owing to t:e
last -season's success "The Rosary" -Is
being repeated, again this season 'by the
ell-known producers, Rowland ft Clif
ford, and It comes to the Brandels . on
ThOreZay." Fftaay and Saturday 'nights,
with a Baturdey jnatmae. "The Rosary"
Hells a model t-and unassomlng story of
'l.ew the watchful and protective Influ
ence of a gooo priest ultimately restored
'the happiness, of a homo that has bea
wrecked by the evil plotting of one who
reveled his neighbor's wire, and nought
hevenge becaieM' bis' rival bad won the
lot of the' Woman to whom ho bad paid
uU-la-UM,divs.when she .was . free e
ciiooee between them. .In , consistent
action. tha troth Is -snada plain that sus
jtkloa increasing to what seems certainty
of gmlt si easily-engendered where oven
belute Inhooenco ', prevails, and ' the
stseyt progress.tnatea plausible Its cul
enlnatieo m what seems Irremedleble di
eter.. I!v., Brian Kelly In tha leading
e4e Is at vry- moment true to life, a
aeafont andCwstehfol sheeheTd, solicitous
wf (be-safery of souls, bravo la the per
formance of Ms duty, fervent and nocom
mremlslng .for the ' right. The play's
teachings throughout are of the highest
alue la .'essentials. Many homes nave
beta made , happy through-the teachings
W 'The Rosary." . ' ' ' ; ' .
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Tno'Cprlng Xaid" cornea again on
Easter fiuoday to the Brandeis la green
and whit and gold; torough It
color and beauty.' Beauty - In voice.
beauty la women, beauty la the scenery
end. beauty, a. delicate, whimsical, pecu
liar beautyjln .the maatc .It, takes the
lleteaer .back, .t . tlie dayawheB.be
dreamed dreams, and all the bud has
praiard "tVmsrahalllng-of" so much
color, entrancing harmony and mem-
meat lota ooastag' production.
Everywhers" Hetsrlctv Belnhardt's
eua naa been -welcomed aa on worts
aeiag ta sea and then going to as again.
for ke addition' to Its laughter.and .maatc.
ww ana sentiment, - It contains sfHxt-Hs
Je- That Itttie. mwar , aaaldea baa
danced herself Into tha heart; her aaoei-
ees, dalntineas and rougishness with the
precise, foreign English, ber coquetry
and fascinating votoe, all go to form one
of those awmotios not soon forgotten,
bllasl Hsjoa baa eastrrated America, as
aoar aid tlx busss acrcss the seas, and
b brought aa ackaowledgnwat that she
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was one of those rare mortals poaseaaed
of a whole Pandora's bos full of gifts,
who simply could not help acting.
evidently living the mlschlsvlousness of
her stags character.
With Miss Hsjos will return the un
usual organisation of singers, chorus and
orchestra, 'Including Oeorga Leon Moore
ss Prince Aladar;' Dorothy Hsynard as
the coquettish spring girl. Jack Raffael.
TIIHe, pallnger, Dorothy La Mar, and
others, but the character of the pom
pous, laugh-compelling actor of the old
school Is now played by Charles Mo
Naughton, who has been brought from
tha London production of "Tha Spring
Maid," and has been the foremost . Eng
lish comedian for mora than six years.
There is . also another change which
.Warba and Luescher have made In the
desire to make, the organisation en -even
mora brilliant' one, Charlea'H. Hart, a
lyric .tenor, of .reputation and dramatic
ability, now sings - the stirring -musk-
falling to ths role of Baron Rudi. ' '
The i group ' of waits songs ' In "The
Spring Moid" have - swept tha country
with fascinating melodies, and tha re
hearing of "Day Dreams," "Two Little
Love Bees," "How I Love a Pretty Face"
and "The Fountain Fay" will appeal
again to thousands who have wsleooied
the coming of the better things In light
opera presented with a great array 'of
singing voices and sn unusual orchestra.
It ls twenty-three, years . since Bert
Baker started out to make people laugh.
Ha has travelled all' over the civilised
world and wherever he has gone he got
the people laughing, and they laugh every
time tney-think of hi in. He baa lost
none of his old-time anttos. "Hera,
There and Everywhere" Is tha name of
the piece In which the ' "Bon Tons"
figure, with Baker as the big. fat-faced.
Jovial Individual aa the leading futura.
He la supported In the principal mix-up
by Lee Hickman. Margaret Lavaun and
Bdlth Oranam. In this matrimonial mesh
every mov makes matters worse, and
tha situation more complicated. It la one
round of laughter. In the olio Rk
Jtea another hit In hla character of
tha typical tad. The two Macks and
Kelly and Feeley also contribute. The
fashionable hotel, the Bowery danca ball,
the gay life In Lobster bsU aa depicting
New York life, ars shown In the progress
of this Bon Ton parade, whlcb Includes
many musical novelties, a good chorus
with pretty costumes and scenery galore.
On of the principal entertainers la Bona
other then the lively Omaha favorite.
Uaba LaTour. the Eva Tanguay girl, for
whom a. cordial. welcome awaits at the
oayety. Matinee -today. Ladles' dime
matinee every week day. '
Today will Inaugurate the second and
last week of the wonderful Klnemacotor
Motion Pictures, which havs beea snow
ing at the Boyd during the last week,
"here they have attracted huge crowds
ially. The Durbar pictures, whlcb cora
menc with the arrival of their Imperial
majeallea, Oeorgo and Mary. In India,
carry the audience from the beginning
to the end of the elaborate ceremonies
and festivities enacted during the visit
of to roysl party In the Orient, will be
continued the first half of the week. On
Thursday. Friday " and Saturday, with
mat noes daily, will be presented by spe
cial request. "The Coronation," showing
sll the scenes taken by roysl command
of the forty days festivities in London
at, the recent coronation of King
George V. '
Among to notable events shown are
"Empire Uer." "Royal Progress Through
London," where the lord msyor presents
3hc CcsTcmiian. iu"Kiae-
ma color Aff&e-tScyd.
ths city sword to ths king; "Ths Unveil
ing of Queen Victoria Memorial In Front
of Buckingham Palace," this 'ceremony
shows the king. .German emperor, em
press of Germany and all ths ladlee of
the royal court; Th Review of the
Troops." showing over t.M soldiers In
full dress trappings; the famous "Garter
investiture of the Prlnos of Wales," show
Ing procession from the door of Windsor
Csstla to St. George's chapel and return;
"Proreeelon of the Regalia," showing the
most famous and costly collection of
Jewels In the world; "The Indlsn Csmp"
In all Its beautiful oriental colors. Ths
famous "Coronation Procession" shows
King Oeorgo and Queen Mary at clous
range. Tha last series to be shown will
be the "Naval Review at Splthead." This
picture Is Indeed, very Interesting pho
tographically. The color of the water.
the changing hues of the sky. ths colors
of th flsgs on ths battleships are rea
listically shown. Mast prominent In the
picture ' Is ths I'nlted Ststes battleship
Delaware," the largeat la the review.
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Ada Reeve, ' English singing come
dienne, will be the headline attraction
at the Orpheum this week. She Is a
charming young woman with an unusu
ally strong personality. Her voice has
a delightfully melodious quality which la
used Intelligently. She does not sing In
th "Vesta Victoria style.", but renders
her selections with a characteristic Inter
pretation which thrills her audience. 'Al
though she does not aim to make her ai
pearanca th Important part of her per
formance, yet ahe Is so becomingly and
richly attired, that ah presents a -'cry
pleasing picture. .
Another unusual feature of th bill will
be Will Roehm'a Athletic Olrls, who will
give an act consisting of fencing, box
ing, wrestling and bag ' punching. The
young women are said to surpass many
well - know masculine athletes In their
gymnastic work.- The girts are all beau
tiful specimens of budding womanhood
and their numeroua- feats exhibit their
splendid physical development.
Seymour Felix and Amelia Cairo will
Introduce their Impersonations of stsge
celebrttiesi "The Hypocrite." a dramatic
playlet, will be presented by Miss Maude
0Delte and company. Weston Bentley
and company, attorneys at music, will
give a musical performance. Nad el A
Kan will amuse the audience by their
skit entitled. "A Comedy Dialogue." The
Either trio, up-slde-down artists, give
a tunny athletic performance. They
accomplish with, their hands en. thing
that an ordinary person does with hta
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rv vVy DELIA LEA I I t M I
..1 I -I-."-, r nil
t .1 chance for liberty. After ahe eiina her I '','
si .. - - . a tt a . . r m
In Omaha, 'Th Freedom of
Susanna." It tells a story of young mar
ried woman who has ths Idea that she
ft circumscribed by her hunband and hla
family, and wbo looks to divorce as her
chance for liberty. After shs gains her
"freedom," shs thinks she hss mad a
mlstak and sets about to right It. It
Isn't tha easiest thing for her to win back
her husband, especially as another woman
hss appeared, but aha finally succeeds.
The play la smartly written. Its comedy
Is bright and clsver, and It will give ths
ladles of the company a cnanc to show
some new frocks. The flrat performance -will
be at the matinee this afternoon and
, It will ran all week, with the usual
MllllM thl AftJvMAA., mwA II will
all week, wtlh the usual matinees on ZOE "VNKT, t&TKc
Tuesday. Thursd.y and Saturday. Eed -J-affjA
PENSIONS FOR THE MOTHERS;"""-.
First Distribution at Meaey l ader
the ew Persalselv La w
Ths pensioning of needy mothers under
th new Illinois law-has - begun and re
cently sums aggregating R were paid
out In Chicago to IO women, practically
all of them widows left with small chil
dren. Ths scenes attending th payments
were touching, reports th Springfield Re
publican. One woman had for seven years
supported four children, tha eldest now
1. She had to leave tha chllrren at home
to shift for themselves and tha rent was
slwava a momhlv inrw lnrfi Mi. mm
she draws ta a month, or 17 for each of
three children, and can snap her finger
at landlords. Th largest pension or sal
ary as ob chooses to call It. was let paid
to a mother of five children, Tha amount
varies according to circumstances. One
mother of four children waa paid tS4.NL
and waa fervent In gratitude. "It Isn't
easy." ah said, "to feed and cloths a
family of four children on what little a
woman' can earn." On the whole, Illinois
seems well satisfied with th new law, !
which has been strongly opposed because I
of Ita sodallatle character. Though the I
law Is only permissive, a considerable !
part of th counties In th state have I
token advantage of It and It la expected
that th others- til follow.
dealsed to meet the great com
a A nr emlaHsrv ltovainl said:
'I do nothlne- for not h Ins. If the lady
brings me a very fine bunch of saparagua
ahe can take a view of me at her leiaure.'
"He then glanced down at hla enormous
abdomen and patting It with his hand
" "The lady may even walk sround me
If she plesaes, but that will cost two
bunches of asparagus.' " Washington
Satblaat far "athlagT.
B. PhllHn Onoenhelm. the nonnlsr fn.
Ush novelist, apropos of th many ban
quets given In his honor, said In Boston;
"If these rich banquets continue 1 shall
grow like Rossini a fat gourmet. But I
hope I shall never grow as ungallant as
On of bis admirers, a beautiful mar-
Week Starting Matinee To-
; day at 2:15.
MISS EVA LANG
THE WOODWAED STOCK
PreweBtlng Cosmo Cortkia Ijpbbox
3 Art Comedy
THE FREEDOM OF
- A Rig Product ton of
The Sign of the Cross
All Our Matinees 23 rests '
IH . 99HHB
10,000 Saw Them Last Week-Matinees Daily
MAT. TODAY' 2:3U
3 ggms Thars. Mat. March 28, . KSS
BY SPECIAL REQUEST
Rendering Ceremonies of the Forty Days'
Festivities Crowning of King George
V and Queen Mary
IN ALL THEIR GORGEOUS COLORS
Prices 25c and 50c
IIIIl sTIOBTg aJTS 1ATUDAT 1LATIHEE, "SU1 4, S, AsTD g,
E. H. SOTHERN and JULIA MARLOWE
Thursday slight. Taming of tha Shrew; Friday slight, Tha Merchant of
Tenice; Saturday llatins, Bomso and Juliet; aright, Samlet.
SEAT SALE THURSDAY, MARCH 28
mCESt Mc. 75c, $1.00, 11.60, S3.00. Hall Orders Will Be Tilled la the
Order of Their Becelpt.
liar 2: 15.
Week Starting Matinee Today
Initial American Appearance ot
London's Own Comedienne
Especial Orpheum Circuit Tour.
WILL ROEHM'S ATHLETIC
Experts in Fencing, Boxing,
Wrestling and Bag Punching.
The Only Act of Its Kind In
WESTON BENTLEY & GO.
Attorneys at Music. '
NADEL & KANE
Projecting the Latest In Ani
FELIX & GAIRE
Ad. Newberger's Youthful
MAUDE O'DELLE & GO.
By Walter Montague.
THE ESTHOR "TRIO
Wonderful Upside Down
15 Talented Artists 15
Prices Night. 10c, 25c. 50c, 75c. Matinee. 10c, best seats, !5c.
except Saturday and Sunday.
All Week, Beginning MaUuee Today 2:30;
Night 8:30. -
"EVEBYTHIXO SEW BIT THE TITLE
Yhe Cozy Corner Girls
la the Superlative Original Burlesque la
"A HOT MATCH"
A BHOW OF SIKPRISES
30 A Beautiful Chorus of
Young Misses -30
"Th Cosy Corner Olrls," one of the
snappiest horlesque shows on the road
will be th attraction at th Krug
theater for tne week commencing
with th usual matinee Sender. Daa
Grlmmins and Rosa Cor are th prin
cipal funmakers and they are as
sisted by Kord and Wester, a comedy
team; Fred Nolan, an eccentrte come
dian: Usrtte lUsre. a burlesque artist:
Gladys 8t. John, souhrette. and Ida
LaPearle, Ingenue. Tb allow Itself Is
ta two sets and threa scene and as en
titled. "A Hot Match. , The scene Is
laid ta New Tore. City and the Atlantic
Coast. - On feature of th show is
the quick change nasd by Miss Gore
from her character as "Dry Dork Us"
to a. Boston society belle In th short
spar of twenty-flv seconds,
This week at the Anteriraii Miss Lang !
and lb- Woodward Stack company will J
present another cossedy that has sever
CES OILY I
RETIRI TO OMAHA FOB TWO PERFORMANCES OXLT
MATINEE 2.30--TO-NIGHT 8:15
PRICES III REACH Of ALL
Ths Greatest Masical Comedy Sines Florodon
The Most Intoxication Beautiful Chorus of Dainty,
Benmre and Delightful Singing and Dancing Girls
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAYSATURDAY MATIHEE
rUyg.B.mlttfm THE I 'SZS'SWS
STMTS gfa. SOe, Tta. sTATTsTTB-g sts. sea.
COMING THE SPRING MAID
Devote to Strictly Mlgb Orade
Sstrat. ganaa aad WaadsvUl
TWICE DAiLT AMAT. TODAY
ussy KatlBss Curtsla at
A BsUghtfal Being of Splendor
The BON TONS
la th atlrteal Coasia appleatsat.
rro4 actios la
SlfHt BASE La TOSS
You aurely know by this time
that trwre's no refftnint on laugh
ter hrj; laugh as long aa you ltk
ao-J f Bert Baker tloenn't make
you literally telesrope your
laughs, elame me. Tha Boa Tons
are bonnier than ever.
E. l JOHNSON. Met. Gayety.
Whtn down town
shopping drop into
FoV a cup ot geDd eoffe
or tea and a Hunt lunch.
The plane of excel
lent culalne, mod
erate prices and
SereBteeBtb aad Dong Us
Bvealags aad Baaas statin
Is, ase. SO aad Tt
rri&ats. 15c & 25c
Cbaw gwsa If yew Ua bat i
LJIDIKS' 1 At AJ Wefc
TICKETS IvC Day Matiaee.
Baby Carriage Gangs In tne Lobby.
OerlUted Mil; toe t),e ln.
A good place to' eat your Sun
day dinner1 wber yoa will al
ways find good things to eat
combined with good service.
A Table d'Hote Dinner
rress 11 A. X. Tin g . jf. "
40c to S0c Sunday
Tbs Belmont Restaurant
ISlf Bodge It C a. Ban, Pres.
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