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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1915)
TIIK OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 14. 1015.
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Tho Dost of Vaudevlllo
Ucck Starting Sunday, Nov. 14
"The Dickey Dird"
jr Harrey OVigrlaa sTarrlet Tord
Authors of "The Arayle rase," "The Dummy"
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In Momrntw Mimical
Eccentric Oenlua of the Violin
Tli Variety OHrt
CXAAX.Ha (CVIO) AXS
Impersonator nf Humorous mil
Rural Character Hturile
Taken From Ufa.
ORFRSUIt TRAYBX. WIMit
Around the World with the Jr
pheum Circuit' Motion Pic
Dillic Burke's "Tango Shoes"
Yaa.devUle'a sTeweet Vovelty.
faicra Matin, Qallory, 10o Bt ate (excapt Batarday and
Sunday), 8 60. wights, 100, Sfto, 8O0 and too.
HODGES & TYNES
"A NKJHT O.N A NEW VOltK
All New !5nt the Name.
13 I'eoule Hnl 10 lllg Hong
A 111(1 film, 11KVIK.
Not the Illgget, But One of the
' Mark ami Tan Comedy.
THE LIGHT HOl'tiK 11Y THE
A llrania of the Hca, in 3 rails.
"HATS IS HATS,"
With lluijhle Mack.
"THE CEIXAH KrV,"
how Only a
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linn Contlanona from 11 a.
HItM lo 11 1. a, 1U
II 1 1 I ata lOo, Both Aft.
ernooa and Bvealag.
Home of I'ara mount llcturea
-OMAHA'S Vim CBBTXR"
(jCjrj f tri J 1 k Cally Hats., 18-85-SOe
That Fanny Uttl
t Hobo witn T Is e
if tha Mmum. Frank f,tna. KlHiwf Curhran.
J -all Mall I. Alva, MoOHI. Tha KallJwt OUars.
Kadi' Sim a KaUas Weak pay.
Special Today Only
"Hearts of Men"
A Thriuiaa; Story of Yeagesnos
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
TJnqnastloaed Queea of tho Sorosa,
la Paramoaat Motares of tko
Worldi Bamoae Olaaalo,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
"THK MVMMY AND
THE HUMMING BlItD."
Apartmenta, flats, Tiouaea and oottage
can bo rented quickly and cheaply by a
Be "For Rent."
4 ' 1 Attn .
V2 Wtt tfeAatY i5nm. a&yrr Viola Alltn hThe We Sis fet'
HE BIRTH OF A NATION,"
D. W. Orlfflth'a wonderful
photo ipectacle, oprna at tho
Brandela theater tonight to
remain Indefinitely. It la to
bo aeen here In all Ita mualcal
and electrical glory, the aama attraction
that la being aeen on Broadway and at
the Panama-Iaclflc exposition In Ban
Pranolaoo, down to the very amalleat de
tail. Orlfnth e "The Birth of a Nation"
la the flrt 12 pit lure ahow. Whether or
not It will aver have a aucceaaor dependa
upon whether or not another like pre
aantatlon can ever coma up to Ita excep
tional precedent. It haa been reviewed
and pictured and described in all the
magaslnea and dlecuaaed In the preaa of
every city where It haa been ahown. It
la baaed in part upon Thomas Dlxon'a
The Clanamun," conaequently It la
rather warm and aenaatlonal of Incident
and rather gripping of narrative, but it
goes baok much farther than that and
extend much beyond tho end of the
In it 18,010 persona compoae the aotlng
cast and S.000 horaca are at one time In
battle acenea. It coat a round half million
dollara to produce, required over eight
month' contlnuoua toll to mka and la
freely acknowledged to be tha mlghtleat
apectacle aver aocompllalied by man. It
conalsta of nearly three hours of hlatorlo
tableaux, nearly three hours of amlles
and teara and warm heart throbs and
gripping panga of eadneaa, a panorama
of life and lova that preceded tha flrat
shot on Sumter, and then the break, tho
south declaring for state rtghta and seoes
alon, tho north aa one man rallying to
the flag that ia Orlfflth'a Inconceivable
'Birth of a Nation."
A great aymptuuay orcheatra will fur
nish alt tho aplendld mualoal score, which
la ao important a part of tha big ahow,
nd all tho sound and wonderful color
and mechanical effects will be 'given.
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Thouaande of people have already gone
acroaa tho country to witness Ita pre
sentation in the Liberty theater in New
York and at tho Illinois theater in Chi
os go. The entire lower floors and moat
of the balcony of both tho above theater
are held at 13 per seat and seats are
now selling for four or more weeks in
advance In both Instance.
Mary Bhaw, an actreaa of special dis
tinction, who haa supported nearly every
prominent, star from Modjeaka to Mar
low, and who. In her own right, toured
tha country In a repertory of Ibsen plays,
will bo tha stellar attraction this week
at 'the Orpheum. She I to head a bill
which la likely to bo regarded aa one of
tha moat pleasing entertainments of tha
"The Dickey Bird," by Harvey O'Hlg
gtna and Harriet Ford, la the one-act play
to bo offered by Mlsa Shaw. Tho offering
la on which served formerly aa a curtain-raiser
when "Polygamy" waa being
presented la New Tork at tho Park thea
ter. . Omaha playgoer will recall that a num
ber of seasons ago Miss Bhaw presented
Ibaen'a "QhoaU" at tho Boyd theater and
later offered Qoorgo Bernard fihaw
"Mr. Warren' Profession" at the aama
Vaudeville' newest novelty, BUM
Burka'a "Tango Shoes." will ha another
of thla week's oonaplouous offering. The
ahoea are supposed to be a mechanical
contrivance . by means of which tha par
son wearing them become an excellent
A quintet who will appeal especially to
. mm . Sajs, .
Viola Alien m iVfiite Jtseer
mualo lovera of thla city ore Ralph Dun
bar'a "Salon Singers." Admirably en
dowed vocally, they are to preaent a pleas
ing act which they term "Moments
Musical." Over the Chautauqua circuit
they were Joint headllnera with William
Chick Bala Is to come back thla week.
Orpheum patron will reoall him a the
clever Impersonator who present "A
Country School entertainment." Ho por
tray humorous type from childhood to
old ago, from tha little clrl speaking her
"pleco" to tho village "constable" mak
ing a few remarka. Chick Sale la re
garded aa the moat atriklng Individual aot
In vaudeville. -
Eooentrlo gentua of the violin and piano,
Vlollnsky play both Instruments In a
manner moat unique. It la aald that hla
method of execution materially enhances
tha value of his mualo.
A concert violinist who formerly baa
confined her talent to symphony orchea
tra work and dignified recitals la Miss
Marls Bishop, who will b another ad
mirable attraction for the current bllL
I-aat season she made her flrat appear
ance on the vaudeville atage.
"Tho variety girl" la the description
phra,-e applied to Queenle Dunedln. Ona
of here feats Is to do a monologue while
aha performs on the alack wire. She ia a
grace-'ul girl of exceptional versatility.
Tha Orpheum Travel Weekly la to pro
ject motion picture A lew of Indo-Chlna
tyws. Um Laks of Corns (Italy) arvd la
old Biskra (Algeria).
Jacobs and Jermon'a "Golden CVook"
corrpsny, well known to all patrona of
musical burieaque. I the attraction at the
popular Oayoty theater, It having opened
a week' engagement last night to an
Although the title of this attraction ia
a familiar one. Its sponsors promise that
tho name la the only feature of the show
that la not entirely new. The company,
which Is an unusually largo one, la
headed. In tho comedy department, by
Billy Arlington, whoa portrayal of tho
American hobo haa been declared a
laughing classic Mr. Arlington not only
contrlbutea hla alwaya popular specialty,
but I also the central figure in a two
act musical revue called "Tho Midnight
Thla burlesque. Judging from New Tork
reports, where the tho "Golden Crock"
company waa selected to open tho season
at the Columbia theater, 1 all new, well
staged and apiced by the presenoa of
more than forty young and mora than
average looking chorustera.
Among tho well known entertainers in
the company, tcside Billy Arlington, ar
Frank Dobaon, tha original funmaker;
Eleanor Cochran, a sprightly aoubrette:
Alva MoQill, gifted with a fin voloa
and attract! va stage presences tha Beau
Brumnr.el trio. In new and pleasing roelo-.
die and Hit and Reflow, tha Varnon.
Castlee of tha burlesqu stag. An added
(Continued on Pag Bevenr-Coluinn On)
The IVorld's T.lichticst Spectacle D. W.Griffith's
"The Birth of a Nation" will never he pre
sented in any hut the highest clas3 theaters,
and at prices customarily charged in such
playhouses. D. W. GRIFFITH. ;
NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY OF BATTLR
SCENES Invented and Perfectad at a
Cost of $12,000.
WONDERFUL ARTILLERY DUELS, in
which Real Shells Costing $80 Apiece
Were Used. Miles of Trenches Thou
sands of Fighters "War As It Ac
Management off MESSRS. ELLIOTT & SHERMAN
ITU U LAI uu
PCalCES Mights 50c, 7Sc, $1, $1.50 and $2.
Afternoons 25c, 50c, 75c and $1
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