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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1901)
Surrounded by a company of unusual
excellence, magnificent and appropriate
scenery, costumes historically correct
and with attention to the smallest de
tail, Otis Skinner's ret ival of "Franceaca
Da Rimini' is one of the greatest dra
matic events of the season, and has
scored a triumph in its recent presenta
tion in Chicago. No recent dramatic
presentment has received such unani
mous and unstinted praise of the press
8nd public As Lanciotto in "Frances
co Da Rimini" Mr. Skinner is seen at
bis best. It will be gratifying news to
many of Mr-Skinner's admirers that he
will be seen at the Oliver on Monday
The mo6t interesting and beautiful
pastoral play known to the English
speaking stage is "Shore Acres," which
is easily the best known and successful
of all of Jamei A. Heme's famouB playB.
For this season, which is the tenth con
secutive one, an excellent company of
players, headed by Mr. James T. Gallo
way and Miss Marion Cullen, has been
engaged. There will also be an abund
ance of new scenery and other unique
features. The lovers of refined stage
art should not fail to Bee this really tine
comedy-drama. At the Oliver for only
one night, Thursday, October 17.
Do you want to laugh? Yes? Well,
then, just visit the Oliver next Saturday
evening and you will get all you want in
the way of mirth; you will find it quite
a treat to sit out a farce and not be
bored to death by eome would-be, low
comedian trying to be funny and mak
ing a htBh of the business. -Harry Berea
ford, who will appear as Seymour Sites
in "The Wrong Mr. Wright," is Bpoken
of as a comedian of rare ability and the
possessor of a striking personality and a
humorous faculty as rich as it is abund
ant. The story of "The Wrong Mr.
Wiight' is a piece of genuine humor; go
and eee it. The action is good through'
out, the dialogue the smartest of the
smart and the action of the play rapid.
.There is not a dull moment from the
rise to the fall of the curtain.
Hundreds of local readers of Sienkie
wiscz'.novel. "Quo Vadis," will find in
terest in Chas. W. Chase's dramatiza
tion of it, which will be given at the
Funke on Monday and Tuesday nights.
It has been played to crowded houses
everywhere. The cast is strong and
thn entire production b beautiful exam
ple of scenic stagecraft. The religious
element of the play is very strong, and
the clergymen of all denominations have
placed their mark of approval upon the
play, pronouncing it-a great instrument
of good, which should be listened to by
Manager Zehrung has secured the
well-known Twin Brothers Lyman, who
will appear as stars in their own com
pany of supporting artists in Herbert L.
Lyman's irresistibly funny farce com
edy, entitled "A Merry Chase." The
play itself is thoroughly good, and with
the interpolation of all the new up-to-date
songs, music and vaudeville fea
tures, the entire entertainment goes
with a dash and a soap that is sure to
please all classes. They will appear
Friday and Saturday with Saturday
matinee, and their wide reputation for
doing all and more than is promised will
undoubtedly insure this company a rous
ing reception, especially as they will ap
pear at the popular low prices of 25c,
35c and 50c.
OLIVER THEATRE 'iSStaStasa
Monday, October 14.
In his matchless production of Boker's Poetic Love
FRANCESCA DA RIMINI
The supporting- company of thirty players will include Au
bre3T Boucicault, William Morris and Mareia Vandresser.
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50. Seats now on sale.
Thursday, October 17.
Tenth consecutive season of JAS. A. HERNE'S beautiful
JAMBS A. HBRNB'S
Own company of players, with entire new scenery and me
chanical novelties. A superb production guaranteed.
Prices never vary Reserved seats, (1.00, 75c and 50c; gal
lery, 25c. Seat sale opens Tuesday.
Saturday, October 19.
J. J. Coleman presents
flR. HARRY BERESFORD
In Geo. H. Broadhurst's delicious and mirth-provoking
Supported by a company of comedians of superior merit.
Prices 25c to $1.00, Seats on sale Thursday.
Her fingers closed over his own with
a gentle yet an unmistakable pressure.
He returned it with emphasis and
noticed the delicate pink color creep up
from her lace throat band to her cheek.
What a modest, sweet sort of girl, he
thought. Still, she clung to his hand,
and when he turned it slightly she held
it more firmly, almost imperatively.
There was an embarrassing pause.
Then she looked him full in the eyes
and said, coldly:
"Do you wisb your nails round or
pointed, please?'' Town Topics.
Th British Doctor are Doing This t in
troduce Themselves. Three Monh&'
Services are Given to All wh .
Call at Their Office at the
Corner of Eleventh and
N Streets, Shel
A Btaff of eminent physicians and
Burgeons from the British Medical In
stitute, at the urgent solicitation or a
large number of patients under their
care in this country, have established
a permanent branch of the Institute in
this city, at the office, corner of Eleventh
and N streets, in the Sheldon b'ock
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided to give their airricee entire! tree
for three monthB (uedicines excepted)
to all invalids who call upon them for
treatment between now and Oct. 10th.
These services will not only consist of
consultation, examination and advice,
but also of all minor surgical operations.
The object in pursuing this course ia
to become rapidly and personally ac-v
quainted with the sick and afflicted, and '
under no condition will any charge what
ever be made for any services rendered
for three months to all who call before
Oct. 10 th.
The doctors treat all forms of disease
and deformities, and guarantee a cure
in every case they undertake. At the
first interview a thorough examination
is made; and, if incurable, you are frank.
Iy and kindly told so; also advised
against spending your money for use
Male and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, also rupture,
goitre, cancer, all skin diseases and all
diseases of. the rectum are positively
cured by their new treatment.
The chief associate surgeon of the
Institute, assisted by one or more of his
staff associates, is in personal charge.
Office hours from 9 a. m. till 8 p. m.
No Sunday hours.
Special Notice If you cannot call
send stamp for question blank for home
Guessing at It.
Askington H'm! So your baby lies
awake and cries the greater part of the
night? What is the matter with him?
Kidder Guilty conscience, I guess
we have dosed him for everything else.
LAST MONTH OF BUFFALO
The Northwestern line has cheap
rates for the above. For information,
call at city ticket office, J.17 South lOih- i
street, or depot, corner 9 lb. and S sts. 1 7
F. C. ZEHRUR6 AND 0. T. CRAWFORD
Cor. O and 13th Sts. Phone fi
Monday &Tuesday, Oct. 14&15
Aiden Benedict's scenic triumph,
As dramatized by Chas. W. Chase.
Excellent cast of characters, beautiful stage settings, spe
cial scenery 'or every act, correct wardrobe and
properties. Pronounced everywhere, "The
Event of the Season."
Prices, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c. Seats now on sale.
Friday & Saturday, Oct. 18 & 19
And don't forget it those funny fellows THE
And their big company of Comedians, Singers and Dancer,
in their great American Comedy Success,
It is worth $2 of any man's money. Brooklyn Edition X w
- - Prices X5c, 2$c, 35cand 5Qc..
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