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Doyd's 3 SSlThur.' May 9 Ty
EDWARD J. BOWES Prmnti
. THE - OMAHA- SUNDAY BEE: -MAT 5, -1912.
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aa msn B rtxmontlis' prosperous j 11 . t y, 1 1? i ' A V 3
A I "."rslo" uara "wd . C II 1 (l-CVi II
run ia tw York at lk
Horaia Bquar and Caainaj
thaatara, Tb Balkan
PrlncwA" a muateal aonwdy,
with Mlaa Uiuiat Otinntna la
una rolt. wui U th. attnutlM at
th boa thMtar tuMday and Wadoaa
dr, Mar )-,. . i ,P . ,
'Th Balkan Pnnoaw"' waa originally
ltd In London, when it ran for a
tr. fh acora U by Paul A. Kubana,
i book by rraoerlok Loaadal and
. Frank Curaon, and tha' lyrloa by Mr.
Rulwn and Ailhua Wlmixrlt. Tha local
laid la tha mythlral country of Uaialra.
ft-lnwaa Btrphanla la about to ba
"crtn qwn. but In ordr to Innir
ww iiaouity or th thron. aha haa
rwiUMtM hy har eounnlor to marry.
Awaingiy MX Kraal dukea ara Invltaa
to'iiwar Mora tw, On, bowavw,
-Utmnd Dun. r1u(alla to nbty th
iraciou oornmaiul and tha prlncaai la
DaturaHy Btdiroarit at hla aatioa.' Uora
evar. Diik Mr(iu hu bMn ituilty of
wnuna violent attack anltwt tha av
rntnant In arder to avn a wnrns dona
hi father by lha.lat, king. Ha a!o
IrwiMnta rwta. h.r h nplolt hi
Va. All this feads th princau te flea,
lnwaTMlo. nmired to find out what man
ntt at mas thia duka aiay ba. Oa antar-
, .... . m eoaw upon
"" wirrouiuiM by hi uaual onm
Mttion. Ko on rwognlB , Prtnow
aiHH,,; and tWrtlua, attracts by hr
bttty. fall madly In lora with h.r an
arould bava fori n, but that na pro-i
a loaai ta u downfall at th
vammm, VHntqm th dVooontt hlaa.
rciaaJ her kVatlty and ordara hi.
tu ta forthwith imprisoned In th
. rayal pataca. How PrlncM BUphanl
.; """J'r rlt and la about to abdicate
,iatbn"tban marry without v, whea
j 1uk Bftua come, forward aad reaouea
fctr from her pUaht. furrriahn Wuu.
ful Mtaailoa and a'-Wey eenclualoa u
w vrnif romance.
j Mw tuneful-aumbera ara Included a
tha acora. won which y ba men-
Uonaa ; -lUlf HoUdaya." "Steallin."
" LauAhusr.- "Dear. lvllhtful
nl. .Don't Let'a
'Tha - Oi
(w - vpera Bail. " "Im.i..
wano opar will be et the Orphean
att Ihle week. Alexander Bavaa a itooiany
?Cer eunpany m preeent "La ru
j W M- Agoata.1 the prograa cenuinlng
"pera anaa and Italian folk aong.
w nay a BMntiaaed suck
IWht ditties as tha well knowa "Oi Maria.
ana "ruacull-Fttnlcttla.' The
muK 01 tlie opera by Leoooaralla and
ruBTEuneut. Th maasbera of the ai
l V ara AJexaader Bewaa, Danla Pout.
Kaaenuni. Eatorw Sartgnaao.
( aniB t. Kaoemsker, Floreno Qulna.
. nertotte Anderson, Eeteil Burgesa.
Maria Borehantt. Florence MoCUUough
And Floreoos Tulare. .. ,
" Dramatic Cartoon." a homely Utile
comedy full at heart interest, will ba pre
stiitad by Ulaa Kortoa aad Paul Klchol
aoa. Eusic Burahaat aad Charlotte
Oreenwood, twa girta aad a pie no, will
Civ a musical perfofmaaea. Both ara
JWHsedlannea of pronounced ability. "A
Child asalt ut Then." Is (ba seme of
A unique playlet which win he offered by
t'na Clayton. It appeals aa aermm ot It
weet aunpHeit y. Masterpiece of fanooa
Eanopraa paitxera win ba raprodaced by
MiMet Modeis-tlva young weawa wb
! m a larga gold tram. Th Motlett
as I Oatra Trto. will glee aa entertaining
art wostlt of song a4 daace. Bert
Torreil. th Dutch character Tocatiet. tu
g) aa nteru.!ftment, tti (eaturas
f whk ere singing aad rooellfl. '.
At tha Amerkan this week
fR canedy that Is r.w w Oman wlB
-- prMBtd by the Woodward company.
' Boy." Unipal play In three.
ecu by Arthur Law, having been selected.
It la a funny story, based as usual oa
mistaken Identity, thla time tha material
being handled In a way that I entirely
novel.. .Its story, has, to da wKIr the
troubles of Dr. Candy, head ot a boys'
school and wealthy, In his effort ta choose
between hla nephew and niece a to his
heir. . Th nephew tries U . mak tha
ehojoa for hire, but the eld' gentleman
rather favor the niece, with whom ha
has quarreled, but to whom ha becomes
reconciled. He knows she haa been mar
ried and 'widowed, but not that ah ha
taken a second hue band. Ba he mistake
tha new hue hand for tha" widow's son,
and for eapedleney aa Ik humored la thla
belief, with the result that many amus
ing complications ensue before th en
tanglement ta finally brought out all
right. Mr. Parkin will play th role
that require him to. be son la his awn
wife and look oa whir another man un
dartakce to win her affect tone aad tha
others will ba well placed la th cast Th
first performance will ba at a matinee
thla afternoon, and tha bin will run all
weak, with other matinee aa Tieday.
Thursday and Saturday.,,. . . .
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For the star raaturd of Ita fifth annual
eummer show, starting at 1 o'clock this
aftsraooa. th Oaysty will offer for th
first taw la Omaha tha famous Roth-
phet Daylight ran torn Fotoea.- Instead of
anting, la a darkened and gloomy audi
torium, the picture are projected wKh
cortsummat clearness and without th
y-ru!nin( flicker, with tha light la the
theater all aglow, lust a though a stage
performaac war la progress. There'll be
aa groping around ta the dark for a seel
aad tt th picture doe not Interest, you
may read Voua- paper unt(l a wrdevllle
act MartA And speaking of vaudeville.
R tS tn purpose or ino usyeir
agemeat to mak thla tha beat on and
with this Idea la view It haa contracted
only far th bast la vaudeville. Coming
tha first halt of th week ara th Brook
lyn Harmony Four, on of th beat auar
trtte at present la vaudeville with their
high close epedalty. Another act of un
usual merit la th Wllhat troupe, con
sidered among th beat comedy cyclists.
Starting on Thursday afternoon a novelty
In tb form of a trained troupe of cock
atoo will be presented. On the program
th last .half of th week will b (Yank
aad N elite Ellison with their spectacular
musical novelty. "The Village Black
mttla A. short, snappy prelude aa
the ayWiphaaa ' will demonstrate their
handling of thla Instrument. At every
parfotmaaca. all season will be heard
Richard Burtpsv whom Manager Johnson
claim la th greaiaat baritone la cap
tivity. Th picture will b changed
dally all aammer-, rha vauderlll every
Sunday and Thursday. Tha hour of en
tmalnstrm ara from t to aad t te 11
p.-nrfdaJiy,-0e mag ga at nr tlmand
lay as long aa desired. Bummer prices
will prevail. ' , "
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Comedians who are really funny.
comedy that la' apontanaou and lever
onga that possess the proper jingle- to
make them popular, singers who ara cap
able, vaudeville act of th beet quality
and novtltle and featiiree that come u ti
the caption of- originality coupled
with a eeenio embellishment, costumes
sal effects that are startling are a few
of the Ingredient ot a "Lucky Fellow"
end "A- Quiet Kvcnlng" by Harry L.
Copper. -Who .heads the cast of players:
the two musical comedies which will be
presented by A. VY. and Sim Wllllama'
Imperial Burteequere at tha Krug theater,
week commencing with the usual Sunday
matinee. Th company supporting Hary
U Cooper ta the strongest company that
waa aver aeon with a burlesque show,
containing fifty people. Including Clayton
Fry, character comedian; Violet llttenn.
tae rl eoubrette: Wolf aad Lea, sketch
artists; Pet - flrlffln. eccentrle dancer
and th Dramatic Rag Four,
GOTHAM'S BABEL OF TONGUES
Aa Investigation just conducted by th
research bureau of the New Kork Tut-
ration of Churchee shows there an only
IBM people of Mew York's populatloa
ot 7I,8SJ, both of who parents were
native Americans. The northwest Europe
element decreased ItT.R from 13W to Bit,
while th southeast Europe quota In
creased overwhelmingly. The number of
Jews la placed at l,3B,n. Tha Increase
ba population of peoples from southeast
Europe Is la Una with Increased immi
gration from porta in that part f tha
world. - ., - , t v
fa bureau leaned that New Tork' ta
aow th second largest ItanAa city in th
world. It I tb third largest Roasts n
city sad tha city's Austrw-Himgariaa
group ia mora than half tha use f
Biidapest. In th last ten years New
Tork s population ot British parentage
decreased U7,ci. Tha population of lm
mediate Oermaa ancestry dti eased al
moat aa muck aa tha Irish. English,
Webh, Pcotch. Canadians aad other Br.
Ish put together. While New Tork e pop.
ulatlon from northwest Europe deereaaed
from is to HI, residmts of Seshdma
vlaa parentag Increased. Th growth ia
ButBDere of Ruaetaa, Polish and Pmnlah
parentag axoetded the whole loss from
British and northwest Europe source.
Ia terms of percent ace. the populatloa
of New Tork la HIS waa Ii.3 per cent
British. li. per cent of Busaiaa birth
or , parentag. ii.ii per cent Oermaa,
ti.st per cent Italian. tS p,
Aaetro-Huagartan, 1st per cent tcaa
dlnavlaa, IAS) per cent at mixed fareiga
or mixed native parentag, ug per rent
negro and .13 per cent ooterad- parsons
other thaa . aegraeji. , ,
"Kindling" : and
Bain' rlnht la (reater than bain' food
and It' different It'a aaay.anouch
betn' good, because everybody agreea
aboat It. nut In dotn' right there
noihln' to back you up but your own
aeme. Maggt Bchultt In Kindling.
"1 bet the Lord made the rules of na
ture long before he mads th Ten Com
mandments," . saye blunt Mrs. Bate Is
Charles Kenvon'e vital and Impresslv
drama of the tenements, "Kindling,"
which will be teen at Boyd's opera house
commencing Thursday. May t.
The old washer onian IS talking of
th frightful conditions thst environ
th bi.vs born In one of New York's
Irhttlng tenements" owned by a woman
of wealth, and It la Mrs. Bates' conten
tion thst a mother lit warranted In tak
ing any measure that will safeguard th
lit of her child. She discovers, whan
she cornea upon a cradle that has bean
rescued from ths wrecksg of a fir la a
furniture factory and Is hidden under a
labia In Maggie Bchults flat, that bar
word mean everything to her neighbor.
With a beaming countenance aha turns
to tha abashed young wife and say ten
derly, "Maggie, darling. 1 It true? Aw,
Mggle. Maggie! ' An to think what I
waa eayin' to yes a while ago. What
daea'Helnla say?" ,
MAGOl laHe don't know.
BATES-lt's time you told him.
MAO, IK-1 don't cere, lletnale thtnka
like you do. A kid ain't got a chance
down here. I'p tin a while ago be used
to feel like I did.
BA'I'Kft He d have welcomed It. eh?
MA(iJllv-Via used to talk about It
nights. How happy our home ud be with
kids, somethln .to hold him an me to
gether forever, somettiln' to work -for.
it ud ne -a real some then, no matter
where It was or .how poor it was. Tnea
one day the health officer eeld somethln
an that started him thinkta. Then It
started reaoj thlnga up to find out tot
himself. .An now nes fle-ce agstnst it.
He says bringin'. klda tmo the world In
place tike tb
worse than murder.
Tnink of It, Bate worse than murder!
MAtriilB 1 touani against beltevln' It.
But now you say It's so. The Doc save
It'a so. and 1 can see It In the sick kla
dwniaira. tit reeking down), cm, it a
awful! - - . . - -i
BA 1 K-t 8ure, It's a loin state of mind
ye' re gelt In' in.
MAOUltk Heinle n be wild at me.
HATK-tlhure, he'll be kissln' y tin
ye re smilln' and thkled to death- Teti
him ngnt out. If he a cot any objection
he can be takln ye away, he can. .
MAOOIE leurpriardl lake me wayr
HATtS Do ye thwk thi is th enly
place of residence lu the world?
MAOUti v bat je mean! . -
BA ltf What a the matter with
Wyomutg? enure, it's the peradles e
baolra. Ldok at Meve, Wnea euev waa
a baby he used to sleep ia the sag brwea
bk a regular little Moaee. .
MAtXHsi (vaguely) yomlng It a a
terrible long weya ott. ain't it; Bay, 1
bet it s a aesMturui place. -HATE.
t slo t keeiun tourists awu
from tha Garden er Kden,-but to say
muind it got tt oa this piece.
MAOUIsl irspturouslye it all covered
over with grass out there, ara t It? An
there s trees en brook an lakea. An v
can Je take ye lunch an' go off oa a
picnic wbeaever e wanta, and say aroaa'
BAI S.S-AM th oleum- yen go at ple-
nkw II be the shells off n hard boiled
eggs. There ala't no rosea in V, yomlng.
jAuui& twsta enaa o laisappoiat-ment)-Oh!
Ba f tik-No, dearie. It' a hard, rugged
country, an ye got to scran tor a Uvln'
jea ilk ye oo here, but ye Ttlt tha color
in yer cheek aad the sparkle tn yer eye
to erai with. An' that's where me boy
ztteve waa bora.
MAtXHE ibresthleeetyy And Jm grew
strong and aueky
BAT ES Aad tna night he cam inaa
th world the thunoer waa crash) a
among tha peaks and the wind waa
aniiekre'. and rtoOnV soartt-after boara
off the house, and tn rattle outside waa !
a-bellowln'; but above it all, loud and
strong, came the howl o' me baby, aad I
thanked tha Good Lord ter It. Fer 1
knew he'd eoroe Into th world to last
- BATBtl Like the rocks and the prslrtea
and the mountain '
MAUOfB i tloojitely Com lets the
world to last that's a hat I want! On,
God. that's what I want- '
BATKS An it s whst's expected eg
ye. If ye bring a lit hit th world, re
steal baby ribbon? Baby pin baby
'ln sudden enlightenment he stops and
falls back a step, hie head across hut
j brow as ah stand betara ktm,,tremb-
got to start It right It's rar averlaatln'
MAGGIE My vrlstln' duty. (Esgerly
turning) Say, d'ye think Heinle d quit
n ion an gor
I BATKM I can put yea next to a scheme
to land yes both In Wyoming and set ys
up fur a hundred do! tare at tha most.
MAGGIE Ye an? ,
BATR8 Eer hear tell ' a' home
steadln'? Well, there's certain land the
government ain't got no use for. so It
gives little pieces to ths poor people, and
tells them to go and live happily eves
MAGGIE They gtv It to ye, to own?
BATEM Wslt till y see the land.
MAGGIE Then If we get a hundred,
we can art up n Wyomln'f '
BATKS That's th game.
MAGGIE Heinle's got to do It. I'll
help him I'll work, too. Gee, think ot
H Jlvtn' out ther In th sunehtn an
ftowersl- Anyway, It's away from here.
Heinle's got to do It. Tell him shout It
when he comes home tonight, will ye?
BATEB Ait' you'll ba taliln' about tha
other? . -
MAGGIE-Yes-Yee-l'll tell htm to
rn! tit. .
Mad desperst by th prospect, which
become an obeaslon with her, that her
child will os me ailing Into .the world and
will not long survive the terrible condi
tions In the rotting' tenements,. Maggie
gives heed to th advice of the sapient
Bates, who suggests that. If (be take
th place of seamstress which hss been
offered her by a rich woman, she will be
abl o pick up many s trifle which will
never be niiseed in that wealthy houee
hold and which will be of great use ta
her In her' coming trial. "It's ths wsy
of beasts." said Bates, "and they're al
ways! good parents If you need anything
for your young, take it!" i
Maggie follows the advice, takes th
place in the household of her "benefac
tor," whh happens also to ba the owner
of thedlsease breeding tenements, and
steals money and trifles with the Idea of
obtaining money euough to buy railroad
Itcketa to Wyoming, where she thinks th
baby will' have a fighting ehanc for life,
Bh ta found out, and In tha course t a
pitiless cross-examination ' by' her hus
band she' biases up in vindication of her
deed. Thus the scene proceeds: ,
' HEINIE How shout ths silver cup.
them gold pins and things?- "
MAGGIhV-Oh.. they waa just knock In
about. Nobody wanted It. .It didn't mat
ter. . . -,. '
HEINIE Didn't matter? My God!
What e got Into ye, anyway?
MAGGIE-Yu put tha Idea Into my
MAGGIE Yea. yost. You showed me
th game we wsa up against. I was aat
Isfled with things s they was 'tin lis
You think I'm lust a weak foul that 8 love
got to help him. Well, bow, I'll tell y
somethin g Ye're wrong.
HKIMK Ipuasled by her defiance)
Just what's ya drivln' at?
MAGGIE I mean that I finally woke
up to what 1 had comlo' to me. Them
people owned our home, they owned o.
and if I dared to bring a life Into the
world they d owa that, too. Well, they
went too far, ea 1 went up there and
took what I aeeded what waa mine I
had a rlaht to. I tell ye. , . ,
H EINI E Right? 1
MAOGIK-Yes, rlgrit. A ' right to a
share of life, lust as they tie re. Just as
any animal has. I didn't ask tor com-'
fori.' I didn't ask for happiness r that
for their kind uptown: that a th law:
but there's some thin they've got to
Jlestv ma have: me. and the lowest ani
mal livln . You re a man. and you're
gout' to have food and drink, ain't ye?
Ye got a right te live and ye ll steal and
ye' 11 murder to do iL Well, I'm a
woman, aad Sod, sever m a greater right
ewea than that- He gav ma the power
to give life, and there's no want In my
body or soul cries out so lead It will be
satisfied, my greatest right of alt. Taea
they come, them peopl down te-er. and
warn ree. warn me that if I wrought a
Ufa Into the world tt would 'j smothered
out. burned up tike so much kindling,
and for what their comfort, thetr pleas
ure! Think of it! I stele. Vm a thief,
I'm rotten. I've -lowered myself In their
eyes; well, let them think so and In my
owa eye I have raised myself fsr above
env rar tar ahov em-
HEINIE And how about thla? rTaktnsx
baby ribbon from the tablet. Ye didn't
swipe that to get yer needa of Hfr, did
ye? Ye wan t buying yer pas to
Wyoming with six yards of that, waa ye?
No. ye took U because ye was a satural
hors thief. -MAGGIE
Te on t understand'
HEINIE A thief, and eosvds't .!p
yourself, that'n take tank y got no use
far. rnh tike thia, because ye can't keep
yer hand off tt 'Waving a piece of rib
bon ta her faeehWHl ye tell me why ye
ling). My God! My God! Oils vote
husky- with aw and- rwierancai. Why
' In th Sprm Dramatic Sensation
a nw rut, T CIULII XKVTOV .
Dirct hu loaf im ia CUc-a ud lTw Tork
' A ruy wttk Throk ThrlUi u4 Jot WtU luki Ton Tkink
vmxCBa wioai, eoe. TSe, aum, (I-m; utmi, aoe, tsc, fix.
Tues., IVSay 14th Sf;
SAM S. and LEE SHUB2RT, NC, Offar
The B a I k a n P r i n c ess
TlK iatlMt of all aiwlcal pUT whlcH aatarUlstd Iioadra for i imw
ut UMt na lor li month! 'at th Casino, a. Tn and
Zw riald'i Inald Bgaara Taaaur.
KATb OSSXM WOW MAT KAIS XAT STH.
ALL WEEK -BEGIHJilPIG
wiihcl-:jii; TOWIOHT 9:39
A Gardea Show of Kumner'i Sweetest BJocaoma
. With HARRY U COOPKR , , "..
Th Cdmediaa who makes yoa Scream and Roar. :
The niftiest bunch of rnoriatera on the road.
The Only Burlesque Show
rXOIAX, JJtllSDSCmse ev.
4 DAYS, Com. Sunday, MAY 12, Mat. Wed.
, AMlmOA'a BiisflW MOTIOsTAI, AOTBllga :
' , 'wsromai BBOADBtrstar
Tk Big Snecese Direct from Budso TksaUr, m. T. stake application for
aaata Mow gteralar Bala Thara. Prl., So te glJO, m.,. wgS i 1- -
Phone. Dong. 44 1 Ind. A-14S4.
ktaUaee Bvsry Bay, gilij Bvsry
Advance. Vaudeville ;:
Week Btartlag Matlne Today.
The Romany Opera
Co., (Inc.) '
? erection of Alexander Bevan,'
n a buectactilar Kinging Novelty
"T,A FHSTA I'l MKZZ AtjOSTO"
Miss Norton and Paul
"A Drmatic Cartoon"
By Mia Norton.
Esalct ; Ctarlofti
Bumtiam and Greenwood
Two ft.rln nJ a PUno.
' Una Claytoj. .
And Her Playera, Presenting the
e Itnlque 'Comedy.
"A Child Khali Lead Them"
By Misa I May ton .
Vaudeville e Classic
World' Most Famous Works of
Art Done In Life
Moltett & Claire Trio; :
In . -Dances
of Various Times snd
Dutch Character Vocalist
Completing Hla World'a Buccesa
Kinetoscopa. v .
Projecting the Latest ta Anl-
- mated Photography.
.. Orptieuni Gon.ert' v
" ' ' Orchestra.
1 s ': Tulented Artlets ' 1 5
IMoss Bight: 10a, S6a, so, TSa.
Kattaa 10a, Vast seats SSc ex
cept Saturday aad Baadag. -
Mat- Today. Btata. TSaev. Than, Bat.
The Woodward Stock Co.
Xa th Parcial Cossedy
THE NEW BOY
gwrxxTssT euti. n
didn't- ya tetr me. Maggie? Why didn't
re tell me?
Th story ends happily, far Maggi is
not prosecuted by the people from whom
she lias stolen. Indeed, the fact that
they are by no mesas guilUesa la the cir
cumstances is borne in upon them and
tSe raer of th rotting tenement house
promises to improve cofxUTJoos there. Mies
lungtoa do tn beet work of her career
In th rot af MaggK. and ati-Tcclv
admirable anpport from Byron Beasfey aa
Heinle end- from Frank Carapeaa and
Frank C Cm. - "
, .. . ...
Via Ob Ob KEARS '
AT 1:00 P.M. . Wlafi-
BselnsiTS Projection la Omaha of
Ibatmt Wrlnkla la Moving Picture
BROOKLYN HARWONY 41VarMe!cay ' -
riUT POUB DAT or WtlKl
Wllhat Troupe lr&J
LAST TKXEB BAT OP WEBXI
THE ELLISONS ui!1 ucs'smfth
MLLE, si A BZ ELLA S taaaual' Stunts
At Bvery Perforsoance All Bammart
Pict.rescS:r,VjD.8Tlle .J-. ,
Daily 1 to S;T to 11 P.M. PflUC C1DI V
dome any tlm; stay Ut "t ts.nl. I
aaaMeta!gaaag8sia.) in mn i is '
Omaha's only ; '
moderate priced '
."' ' Cool tables at
. , Excellent assotri
ment of delicioat
, Mummer foods.....
-- appetizingly pre-
. i pared.. - r
THS OMAHA BEE
prints dean Bears
aad cleaua adrertssuiE. (
OlMt J .
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