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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1899)
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MR, CLAY CLEMENT
GEN. JOSEPH CARROLL
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In his Romantic Comedy
This season Mr. Clement carries a company especially
adapted for this production and all the scenery to properly
present it. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $1 Seats now on sale
Wedneeday, iVpi?il &
Mighty Marvelous, Bewilder
ing", Bewitching- Forever
A star cast, headed bv Ben
F. Grinnell, Sadie Stephens,
Mayme Mayo, .Ella Gardiner,
Mildred Holden, Madge Tor
rance, JNellie Edmunds, W. H.
Lorella and Eddie Snow.
3 NEW GRAND BALLETS
Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Seats on sale Monday, 9 a.m
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IN HIS LATEST SUCCESS
HIS FATHER'S BOY.
By Sidney Rosenfield. Pronounced one of the best hits Mr.
Reed has ever had.
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
L. M. CRAWFORD AND F. G. ZEHRUN6.
COR. O AND TWELFTH. PHONE 355.
The World's Famous Hypnotist
Mtnagement Mr. W. M. Sauvage. Greater than ever at 10,
20 and 30 cents. See Carmencita, Loie Fuller, Little Egypt,
the Monkeys, the Roosters, the Cuban War, Prof. Herrmann!
Singers and dancers and a hundred other scenes.
SPECIAL On Monday, the opening night, each person
"r purchasing one paid 30 cent ticket will be given one ladies'
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Mr. Clement depends for effect on no
formal appeal but employ methods that
are individual; at the same time, they
aro convincing and instinctively appeal
to the floor sentiment of hiB audience.
"A Southern Gentleman" loaves a
genuine pleasing impression for the
gentle feeling that prevades it. It is
prosented in a prologue and three acts.
The capable company supporting him
comprises many who have been with
him previously, including Karra Ken
wyn, who baB emerged from the retire
ment of her stage name and is billed as
Mrs. Clay Clement; Miss Nell McEwao,
Thomas F. O'Malley, Jeffery D. Wil
liams, Miss Lucille La Yerno and Oscar
Norfleet. The new members are: H.
S. DufHeld in the role of Judge Flu
hearty; Charles MaBon as Phillip Du
rand; Miss Phcea McAllister as Madame
Sterling and W. 13. Mack as Hal Hart
well. At the Oliver tonight. Prices 25c,
50c, 75c and $1.00. Seats now on sale.
Madge Torrence is the Fairy Protec.
tress. The old favorites are Mies Mayme
Mayo, Mildred Holden, W. H. Lorella,
and Eddie Snow. Three new ballet
divorcements, arranged by Signor V
Romeo, maitre do ballet, "The Feast of
the Mandarin i," "The Festival Fantas
tlque," and for the third act an absolute
novelty, "Lea Dacscs de SouBa," which
depict in pantomine dance and the suc
cesses ot th3'Marcb King," "Ei Oipi
tan," "King Cotton," "Unchain the Dogs
of War' and the "Stars and Striped
Forever." The Corps de Ballet consists
of a large group of young, pretty and
graceful coryphees. Prices 25c, 50j, 75c
and $1. Seats on sale Monday morning
at 9 a. ra.
It Is seldom that Managers Crawford
and Zebrung make such an offering to
the public as they give on Thursday
Charles H. Yale's "Forever Devil's
Auction," plays an engagement of one
night, Wednesday, April 5th, at the
Oliver theatre. The dramatic cast,
specialties, premiere dancers, pantomim
ists, etc,, are new, with but few old faces
in the cast. Among notable new mem.
are Ben F; Grinnell, a, most unctuous
comedian, singer and nimble dancer,
will make his boy as "Toby," the trans
formed donkey. Miss Sadie Lapheus, a
clever impersonator of boys parts and
who possesses a phenomenal contralto
voice, adpears as "Carlos," the daBhing
hero of the spectacle. Miss Ella Gardi
ner appears for the first time as the
persecuted heroine "Madeline." Miss
April 6th, to the people of Lincoln,
when Roland Reed, Miss Isadora Rush
and Reed's excellent company will ap
pear in Reed's ne-v and latest success
by Sydney Rosenfeld, "HiB ' Father's
Boy." In his new play Mr. Reed has
made the hit of his life, teeming with
rich and interesting dilemmas. A de
voted husband, a colossal liar, and a
general all around sport, give him a
great chance. To all the other mam
bers of the company are entrusted
strong parts. Chief among the talented
company, is the charming Isadore Rush.
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, 91.00 and $1 50.
Seats on sale Tuesday morning, 9 a. m.
Flint, the marvelous Hypnotist who
comes to the Funke opera house next
week, commencing Monday April 3rd,
is this season glvibg many new scenns
never before seen in this city. Fun and
fun only can be seen during the week
and enough to last until he cornea back
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