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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1916)
ituliidc Blanche )umcld, Oscar Fig
nian, ! Shciin, AU'x;indcr Clark,
louis I asavant, Pavid (Juixano, Mar
(m Havdiin. Kate Stout, Ralph Kiggs
,uul K.ttlicrnu' W'itcliic.
The popular Kmprcss t loses the
old year and begins the new this
week with a hill fit to close .1 suc
cevstul year and open a new year
that holds great promise. The mix
ture ot vaudeville and feature photo
plays during the last year has be
come more popular than ever before.
Starting today, Margaret Bird, The.
International Girl," does a number
of unique and beautiful poses in
which she represents famous paint
ings and also presents the costumes
worn by the eternal feminine the
world over. Murphy, Howard and
are heralded as the world's greatest
harmony singing trio. The three
l.illiputs have a singing and novetty
dancing act of merit. 1'crrin and
Sandifer, the "Chinese and the
and the Smoke," make up a hill that
merits the distinction given it.
Sfuj,tical limeir n Ftaiurt 1'rmlurlinnn Ihul Will lie
fri Vrtwnlaiwn to iht hml I'ntrmm Thin Week
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w.tik the lovf Dl he 1(1 MR While
hiiMinu ilw kir.j tails from his hortr
4in! I- I'MviriK Marv Jane, who
luce' ti lo i lenrd Hrangomar hy
ilie w it, Ii, itpiM the throne.
I he v. n krd Kranuotnar immedi
jtrtv fnrrcn liflf Snow While to work
in the kid hi n and lake-, nil her lovely
r!ofhr away foni Iter When Snow
Wliite at tidentall . meets a young
h I'M it in I he i,'.;u(ts she heroines
rjtiifc intere tetl nt Iikii and lie is fas
l' in a ed , Iht. t hou.yh neither has
an idea v Ho the other is So they
are Iv'h dninbtounded w hen the
v '"uiib liw.it-i.ian tome.- to Snow
White tasile and presents a letter
to i hi' neen .i--kiiiK fnr the hand of
Sm w White tor hi is the Trincc
l'!"i mi' 'hd. wlio lias heen sent to
ask lor the hand ot ihe little princess,
whom i e has never seen.
('ranornar. who he he veil that ihe
prince was coiniii u tn sue for her
hand, is inriou-. n urn she tinds that
his note asks for Snow W hite She
decides to kill the little irl and
forces old Iterthold. a hunter and
Snow White's demed slave, to prom
ise to kill the child He is to bring
her the heart of Snow White as proof
of his act Irrthold takes Snow
W hue into the woods and there tells
her what he has heen forced to prom
ise a r.'d she tells him to kill a pig and
take ifs heart buck to the queen.
Whih he is cloiiiK this a little bird
lead Miow W hite away to the cabin
oi t1'.' seven 1 ; 1 1 1 e dwarfs, where .she
uiasrs hrrse(f at home and wins their
"The Foolish Virgin"
''The Fooliih 'irgin" is an adapta
tion ot Thomas Dixon's novel of the
same name, pieiurized for the Selr
nii k-Pictures presentation of Clara
J:n: Anthony. . . . . . Shfrtditn Taii.-.ey
Itlii nihony Will jam Wetoh
ao-" Owp!J!i Cathrini' Proctor
kl.n Svranson Agnes Mapts
Til K PLAT.
.l,Tn An(lTT,in Mrip latifd
.lir" Anlhonv. I 'on way Tearl
y.li i Swiinsnr- A pen PA Unpw
; mi Owe rui Catherine Proctnr
Jn"-b I-mrtlii Howard Elkas
tHr ir Mulford Paul fapellani
Mi.v,' A;Ump . . Clara1 Kimball Young
The story begins with the depiction
of '.he life of a family of the New
York slum;. Anthony, a drunkard and
bully, brutally mistreats his wife and
their child, Jim, who is ) years old
when the tale open?. The wife and
Im. have but one friend. Klla Swan
son, who has herself been mistreated
by a man. With the aid of this friend
ihry escape, and the mother, earning
her own living, ha; hut one hope to
see her sou become a better man than
One day Jim's father comes upon
him and drags him bark to the tene
ment, hut despite all the beatings he
administers the hoy will not tell
where his mother is. Later the boy
escapes, hut. afraid for himself and
mother, he steals down to the wharf
and ships away on a steamer, wander
ing over the earth tor several years.
The mother, having nothing left
to her, rakes to drink and finally goes
to the North Carolina mountains and
be omev. an accomplice of moon
shiners Thr hoy returns to New York, and.
having de eloped a genius for mc
chaun starts a workshop, where he
invents . motor truck. An unscrupu
lous lawyer defrauds hint of the pat
ent rights for a few thousands dol
lars When he learns he has been
swindles he swears vengeance on so
cie'y and turns his talent to the nianu
fauure of burglar tools, with which
he .succeeds in doing many robberies.
He meets a young school teacher,
Mary Adams, and falls in love with
her and they arc married. He then
meets Klla Swanson and after swear
ing her to secrecy tells her who he is,
and from her learns of his mother's
whereabouts and decides to go to her.
Jim ha.s never sold any of the articles
he has stolen and decides to take
them with him to use in making his
mother comfortable. He packs them
in bag and tells Mary not to open
them under any circumstances.
He finds his mother in pitiable con
dition and fearing the shock of meet
ing her son will be fatal he decides
j to board with her for awhile. One
l,t, Marv is unpacking the bags and
' ai.:o:ig other things comes upon a
iinjrl necklace that she knew was
j tolm from a lawyer acquaintance.
Jpii comes and tinds her brooding
lover the necklace and she tells him
(she cannot live with a thief. Some
of hi father's brutality comes to him
land he strikes her down. He takes
!the jewels into the next room and
shows them ro his mother, who has a
great desire to possess them. While
he sleeps she plunges a knife into his
' breast. The wife hears a moan and
' coming in tells the woman she has
murdered her son. However, Jim re
, eovrrs. and. tVeling that Mary will
J have none ot him, leaves the country.
! Alter four vears he returns to Caro
lina to see his wtfe and child and is
mt in time to save the child's life
M hr grave of his mother they are
Woman Sues Road Because
An Employe Attacks Her
!lriiM iiiat Jacob kuHyka. a car
r'pAir. r arui nrt while she wa
alWniit tbruuKh tht- railroaii yards
on owinher -'.. WI5, lltdviga Malco
haj hied suit in the district court for
$'W damages aarairnt the Barling-tun.
Jeanelte Wells . VAe S Js. .
XS&i ' IaJ ihnie Girl HtCoulJM Buy"
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4- " S i rTi" :' -V: i
' M0W m llie suenal features. Sslio been ( ;. r
MMF featured in several of Ihe Winter dar- ) t3t '' "v
m'v rleu prndiictioii;, and was last seen 4 $l. -w !
HI here with Eddie I-oy 111 "Over the ? ( v t
i&jm i River" F.arnest R Ball, composer M
y' f "Mother Ma.-hrec," "Loe me and 'MP ' f ' ' ' Z.
1-, Iff? I World is Mine,' and many other , f 1 H
V r I" J songs of wide popularity, will he an- JZA $ "
5 mJ P.lcasing pianist and has an excep- MB5 - ; S
f MMM f-iS f ' f tional voice. George Fisher and com- lf . ' ' - -i - J)
I, 44r.ir Mm -A pany will present a diverting sketch lV ;: '.
h Itf fW calk'd "Partners" The Waid hro- V.
I 111 titers, Robert and Lawrence, an sums- VMM nll"T" -S
'x jgr&m I 1 : and dancing tnat arc utvcrtnig. uu- 1 r 1
" "m II I ute an oddity of music and dance, j
, Km M J The Four Readings arc sensational j
1 WW ' jiiKglcrs 01 human beir.Rs. Flying
' V f w ipmr,""' I i 'raps arc a feature of their work. The
!" ' ' I Orpheum Travel Weekly will show in
V .iL'Tjr '' i'jl 'motion pictures interesting glimpses
jRicJlLfcsc 1 " .f- .v J 1 of the Morrish Granada and pic-;
ft; tfpZSk : ?-jJ turesquc Nam-Dinh. '
"Blanche Duffisld wmotw
m THE.FlrciS PAT'
"The Girl He Couldn't Buy," a
four-act comcdy-melodrania from the
pen of Sunnier Nichols, will he pre-1
semen ai me noyti live ihkiiis m glu
ing today with matinee today. The play
will star Miss M allelic Kstelle, who
has scored in such dramatic successes
as "The Wolf" and "Pierre of the
Plains." Miss Fstelle will appear in
the character of dope Nelson, who
is suddenly reduced to penury hy the
death of her father, llis unscrupu
lous partner seeks her out in her now
humble lodgings, and attempts hy
threats and promises to rob her of
her innocence. When she refuses to
listen to ti j in lie attempts lo turn her
out into the streets. In her help
lessness there appears an unexpected
protector, a youth who has taken
to burglary as employment after be
ing convicted of a crime he did not
commit. They plan a bold stroke
to deliver her from the snare that is
spread for her and to force restitution
from the man who robbed her father.
It is unique as a combination of fun
and thrills. The characters are all
cleverly drawn and sharply con
trasted; and, what is of most utmost
importance, entrusted to capable ac
tors for presentation. Matinees also
on New Year's and Wednesday.
At the Boyd theater next Friday
and Saturday, with matinee Satur
day, the attraction will be Joseph
Kcssler's all-star company with the
celebrated Yiddish actress Madame
Fannie Rienhart. This company
comes direct from Joseph Kessler's
Empire theater, Chicago, and presents
in Yiddish the following plays: Fri
day night, "The Price of Love;" Sat
urday matinee. "The Living Or
hans;" Saturday night, "Children's
At the Orpheum something new is
to be put on this evening two New
Year's Fve performances, one start
ing at 7M and one at 9:40. The 1917
season begins auspiciously with a bill
headed by the one-act operetta, "The
Bride Shop." and with two special fea
tures Headed by a comedian of wide
popularity. Andrew Tombes, the com
pany is one of eleven people. The
star is a fun maker with an individual
method and unusual cleverness. Elab
orate stage settings and electrical
effects, funnv situations, prettv girls.
tunefulness and graceful dances are
a few of the elements of "The Bride
Shop " The musical comedy favorite,
Maud Lambert, will be another of
v A-nvK . I
For the week of January 7 Laura
Nelson Hall comes to the Orpheum
ill "T he Cat and the Kitten," a playlet
by Frances Nordstrum. Miss .Hall
may be remembered in ''Every
Woman," "A Poor Little Rich Girl,"
"Girls," "The Easiest Way" and other
successes. The other headline feature,
will be George Whiting and Sadie
Burt with "Songsayings." Three other
acts will be Jack Wyatt with his
Scotch lads and lassies in kilts and
tartans from the land of the heather;
Hallen and Fuller in "The Corridor
of Time," by Junie McCrec, and the
winsome English comedienne, Josie
Heather, assisted hy William Casey,
jr., and Bobby Heather.
To expedite movement and secure
convenience, patrons of the second
New Year's eve show at the Orpheum
tonight are requested not to arrive
at the theater until 9:.15. The theater
will have to be emptied of the audi
ence from the first show before the
audience for the second can be shel
tered. "Something different" fittingly de
scribes the entertainment which is
being given at the popular Gayety
theater twice daily this week by the
"Twentieth Century Maids." The
two-act musical affair, entitled 'The
And Miss Frank to
Wed in January
J. L. Ervine Brandeis, heir to the
vast Brandeis interests, and Miss
Madeline Frank of San Francisco will
be married in the Pacific coast city
the latter part of January. Announce
ment of the young Omaha million
aire's engagement to the beautiful
western girl was made over a month
Mrs. Arthur D. Brandeis, his
mother, and a sister, Miss Leola Bran
deis, who are now in Detroit, will
make a short trip to New York, then
coming on to Omaha January 18.
They remain here several days, then
accompanying Ervine Brandeis to San
Francisco for the wedding.
Young Brandeis goes to Chicago,
returning Wednesday morning.
After the wedding, the young cou
ple will live in Omaha. A handsome
apartment at the Blackstone will
await them after the honeymoon,
which will be spent it Florida.
TforaHyan -Ai Ik Empress
Aviator," is replete with amusing sit
uations, catchy music and ensembles
which display the charms of thr big
chorus of beauties, while the cast of
principals, headed by Jim Barton, has
plenty to do. Barton has a wav with
him, while John Barry, Arthur Young.
Jim Howell and Walter Morrison aid
in the general nietce of fun. The
feminine contingent is headed by
Drcna Mack and Marie Donia. A
; genuine novelty of the program is a
I French pantomime scene, introducing
for the first time here Arlme Uonaire
and Jiil?s LaBarbc, who will present
their exclusive gyrations as they did
them at the Cabaret LaMort Hume in
Paris. The Gayety's annual extra
midnight show starts at 11:30 tonight
(New Year's eve), and will be all
out and over at !:45 tomorrow morn
ing, in time to catch "owl" car serv
ice home. A great program of novel
stunts has been arranged, to occur at
the stroke of 12, aside from a com
plete performance by the "'Twentieth
Century Maids." Today's and New
Year's day matinees will start at 3
The Brandeis theater will open to
night, New Year's eve, with the big
task of redecorating, refurnishing and
renovating completed. Opening with
"The Bohemian Girl" on New Year's
eve for three days. Sir Kabindranath
Tagore will follow for one night only,
Friday of this week; then "The Prin
cess Pat," a Herbert comic opera;
Na7imova in the feature film, "War
Brides;" "The Crisis," produced by
Elliott & Sherman, and John Mason
in "Common Clay." will complete the
January season. Later in the season,
''Fair and Warmer," "Daddy Long
ings," Montgomery and Stone in
"Chin Chin," "Hit the Trail Holliday
"The Lilac Domino," "It Pays to Ad
vertise," "The (iarden of Allah" and
"The Boomerang" are promised.
The A born Opera company, in its
sixth season of immense success
with spectacular version of "The
Bohemian Girl," is the attraction an
nounced for presentation at the Bran
deis theater for three days, beginning
tonight, New Year's -ve, with mati
nee on New Year's day. The lead
ing rules are interpreted by Jean
ette Weils. Harold Blake, Phyllis
Davies, Albert Wallerstedt, Francis
Tyler, Ralph Nicholls and others,
with Car! Burton as musical director.
At the Brandeis theater on Satur
day and Sunday, January 6 and 7,
with matinee each afternoon, Wil
liam Ji. Kibble's production of "Un
cle Tom's Cabin" will be offered,
"The Princess Pat," Henry Blos
som and Victor Herbert's latest and
greatest comic opera success, will be
the attraction at the Brandeis thea
ter for three days, beginning Mon-
I day, January 8. The company will
The Best of
For a Happy New Year's Eve. Special
Two Shows Tonight
First Show 7:30 Second Show 9:40
"THE BRIDE SHOP"
By Fred De Gressac
Bertie and Archie.
Charming Musical Comedy Favorite.
Olivotti, Moffet and Clare J
An Oddity of Mu,ic and th
The Popular Composer,
Orpheum Travel Weekly
Around the World with the
Orpheum Circuit's Motion
Continuous Vudvill ud Photoplays,
,l A Ti"l 11PM OAI1.V
MURPHY. HOWARD and
World's Greatest Harmony
SlngtBf and Novelty Dancing
FERRIN AND SANDIFER
'Th Chine.. nd Th Smok."
The International Girl
"THE HEART OF THE HILLS"
Five-Pert Photopley. Featuring
and CONWAY TEARLE
A Big Show for 20c and 10c
More Beautiful Than Ever Be
fore, Re-ope nt Tonight for
The Winter Season.
Completely Re-decorated and
TAUirUT Mon. and Tim.
I UniuLl I Ms Hue Mood-y
Aborn Opera Company
Balfe's Melodioui Masterpiece
The Show to See and Omaha's
Best Place to See It.
Start the New Year with Song
Nights 50c to $1.50; Mon. Mat.,
25c to $1.00.
Sat. A Sun.
Kibble and Martin's Original
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Brass Band and Orchestra.
Nights 15c-50 Mats. 10c-2Sc
Mail Orders Now.
John Cort Presents the Season's Musical Gem,
"THE PRINCESS PAT"
VICTOR HERBERTS OPERATIC TRIUMPH,
Complete New York Cort Theatre Production.
SPECIAL AUGMENTED CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Prices: Wednesday Matinee 25c to $1.50; Nights, 50c to $2.00.
Christian Science Lecture
Ezra W. Palmer, C. S. B.
of Denver, Colo.
Thurs. and Fri. Eve's at 8 o'Clock
24th and St. Mary's Ave.
And Cordially Invites the Public to Be Present.
Geo. Fisher & Co.
SenMtioniil Jugglers of Human
PRICES! Matineet, Gallery
10c; Best Seeti (Except Sat.
and Sun.), 25c. Nights, 10c,
25c, 50c and 75c.
5HIfiHTC SUN- MAT
NlUniO, DECEMBER U
MATS. SUN., MON. A WED.
Special New Year's Matinee
A Powerful Play of
New York Life
Nights 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c.
Matinees 15c and 25c
Friday, Saturday Matinee Sat.
"OMAHA'S FUN CENTER"
THOSE UP-TO-THE-MINUTE 0IRL8 THE
20th CENTURY MAIDS BSSL'
usraiss uooo snow tor ibi i rim wh
DimIsb Jiff ("Box Car fit-ant") Barton; JutM La
Bcrtw 4. Arils Donalra, Gwulnt Apaohi Dancfri.
CHEAT CAST AND BIG HEAUTY CHORUS.
(Final Parformanc Friday Nlffht.)
Ladles' Dime Matinse Every Week Day.
READINGS FROM HIS OWN
WORKS AND LECTURES
Farewell Appearance Before
Friday Night, Jan. 5
Seat Sale Monday, 50c to $2
Mon. Tues. Wed.
January 8, 9, 10
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