The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, November 26, 1898, Image 8

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(Second Season.)
ugust Jfagciiow tonductdy
Sfecbhd Concert Monday Eve-
' ning, Dedo J, at 8:15.
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, sSTu on sale Saturday, Dec. 3. Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c, fi. -
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ONE NIGHT ONLY
- Special engagement of the guaranteed attraction, the sue-
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Twc delightful comedy drama, suggested by Bret Harte's ex
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jpTHEBC. AISTOFS POWERFUL COMPANY
Iatading" Harry Mainhall. Estha "Williams, Jane Corcoran,
-Percy Pluaket, Aanie Mortimer, Walter Rider, Fannie Cur-
, ti Frank M. Kelly, Theo. Westman, J. W. Kilduff, Charles
PWell, Thomas Stubbs, George Mansfield, the Golden Nug
ttr quartet, and all of last season's favorites. Magnificent
- atSauc effects. A great play. A great company. Prices $1,
75i 50c and 25c. - Seats on sale Frsday morning.
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PRESENTING THE QUAINT COMEDIAN
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COLLIER
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In the funniest farce of the age
''The Man From Mexico"
SBy H. A. Dm Souchet, Author of "My Friend From India."
j Made famous by Willie Collier during a run of six months at
-JHsyt's theatre, New York City. Seats on sale Monday a. m.
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HAL REID'S BEAUTIFUL PLAY
THi THEATRE
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EATHOS: COMIDY. TEARS;
f EXCELLENT CAST. ! SPECIAL SCENERY.
- Pindar prices: 75c, 50c! 35c and 25c. Seats on sale
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oiown wuxum. ,
Mr. Gorg HuaUa, Um wnimt
tM fron Chicago, will betteaolokt
for the mzi PhiUwnMBie orobttra
eeacert o Moaday t if , Dccwbf
5, at th Oiiwr thtre. Mr. Hmhi
kM tokM Ike wmical world by awjtwi.
fariaf oa tto program with waH
kaowa aad aatiHiahwa artista,aai air
waya carryiag oaT tha hoaora. A few of
hia iaaaaMrabla praaa aotieea are ap
Beaded: '
.If the work ef aa arhwtia arorea ia aa
iauBergeaey .theo aarelr oar Aauricaa
teaor. Ueorga Haailia.akewed hiaMetf
aa iadjeaeaaable artiet, whea with oaly
a few 80818 aotice he aaag the rolea
allotted to Eraa WUUaaw at the Apollo
dab coacert. Mr. HaaKa recei-ed
word at 3 o'clock oa the day of the per
fonaaace that it waa aeeeaaary to com
plete the caat for the "Dream of jabal"
aad alao for the "S waa aad Skylark
Haviag aa aaliadted repertory, Mr.
Haaslia coaaeated to take the place of
WilUaaw, althoagh he had Berereaag
pabUdy iDHTheDreaai of JabaV aad
JahaTaarrieda
Oearier.AprU 1IN.
The kdiridual bite were awde by
David JHephaat aad George Haaekav af
Chieago. Biephaai waa kaowa ham,
bat the aierita of the Ckicage teaor aar
prieed ladiaaapoUa. Ohicego Tribaae,
May 6, 1808. ; .
So ferae general excellence' jrae cea
ceraed, the pain waa eaeily bone off by
Mr.Baatlio.who haa a Toice at
aaaaly timbre, which he ueee with
taete aad whoae ameical.iBatiaetaare
evidently of the brat Oneof the awet
deUgLtfalfeatareaof hiaaiBgiag ie the
vavavyiag parity 9t kia iatoaatiea.
New York Tribaae, Sept 22, 18T7.
Mr. Hamlia baa a Mee, riagiag, ayat
pataetieToics,aadaeea it adaiirmbJy.
Boetoa IVaaacripr, April 11,1888. '.
Mr. George HaatKa prerad. hiajaeK a
teaar, ef aaaaaal quality. Pittabarg
Leader, Jaaaary 1, 1
Ja the Ikw ef good ooawdy draaia
Digby BeU iaoneof the very few gaud
eeaiedlaaeBOW before taapablicaad
of thoaa otbere perhape then ia bat oaa
other esaetiy ia haa with hint thie aak
aoa the ever acceptable Stuart Bobaoa,
wke will aow kave to look to kia karela
for Digby Bell bide fair to paahhiai
kard ia the winning of pablic favor.. It
ia rather peculiar that these eterliag
coaiediane ehould each have a play
from the pen of. the aelf-aaaw author
witk which, to vie for pablic jadgajeat,
however, accordiag to the. autropoUtaa
preat it ia aaid that Mir. BeU'a play.
"The Hooeier Doctor," ie decidedly the
better, ie f ull of hueaor, fanny iaeideate,
aad that each character haa pleaty to
do. Ooesee to the Oliver theatre Satur
day evening, Nov. 26. Pricea II, 75a,
50c and 35c
oflke.
Seata bow ob aale at bor
aaable at that lata hoar to obtaia a
lofaayhiad. Aad to hia great
credit the work he did waa the eaeeeai
of the evening. He fairly aatoakked
ae with hie powerf al Interpretation aad
in epleadid Btaaaer tkroagkoat.
Everyeae. knew George Haaelfaia capa
biUtiea after adef uate rehtareal aad
etudy; few aaopeetci the kweat powera
wkiahkeiinmanil. Hiaaiagiagof the
"Siekle Soag," u weU aa the reaiaiader
of the teaor maefe. ia tke-Dreaaaef
Oa Friday evening, December 2, the
BuoageaieBt of the Oliver theatre offera
another atandard pity at popular pricea,
whea will be preaeated Hal Beid'a
beautiful play, -Raman Hearts." The
play ia well kaowa here, ia a etiong pic
ture of life ia the kajfa, Arkaaaae
aboandiag io realiem of the beet type.
The part of Tom Logan, the atardy
bUckemitk of tte kUla, ia" played thie
aeaaoB bv.ThamkJnMa.. : vjui.
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