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12 A TI1H OMAHA StWDAY BBB: NOVEMBER 2, 1913. A3It SEMGNT5. AMISUMENTS. Hooray ! For I Can Eat! Me, Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet Itrlnj; .loy . . I T . .. o uio ammnx iysjM-uta Who Cannot Bnfcly Knt. To prut one's self at a festive board c k, heavily laden table and not be able to at la positive sorrow to most dyspeptics tnd stotva. h 'ii'f"i"rn. nnd likewise pain. TONIGHT AND MONDAY A DRAMA OF QUALITY TEE MASTER MIND IS A DKLKUITFUIi STOKY OK KEMAIUCAIHiK INTEREST, CLEAN AND WHOLESOME IN THE TELLING, WHICH ACCOUNTS FOrt ITS ItECORl) SUCCESS OV AN ENTIHE SEASON AT THE IIAHKISS TIIEATKK, NEW YORK CITY. PRESENTED BY A CAREFULLY SELECTED COMPANY WITH HOWARD KYLE Wron jur s)ftem Is robbed of Its na tural digestive Juices In their correct proportion, a 1'ttle ca.ndy-llke 8tuart a feyspopsin Tablet gives to them the qual ities they luck and you thereby rest the digestive, apparatus nnd allay Irritation, pain, gas and stomach trouble. Pep-tin such aa used In Stuart's tablet Is one of nature's greatest aids; nnd when this l combined with the other Ingcdlentn you slmp'.y bring happiness to every worn-out nerve of the stomHCh, liver, Intcstlnos, pancreas nnd other or. pans 1'redlgested foods will not aid nature If ahe Insists on manufacturing the wrong Juices. Besides this the bowels nerd roarso and heavy foods In order to make bowel pack which is vitally essen tin! to health. Muart's Dyspepsia Tablets mix with thu fowl In tho stomnch, havo n. tend, cnty to atop gas formation, sour Mora h. It, dera, etc.; then ns the food passei Into tho lower digestive tract (the lu te stl'ies) It taken the Stuart's digestive ngent with It. and there Is where the i 'at work Is done. The nutritive value of food and tablet lj Hcpaiated from th waste matter nnd U atmlmllntcvJ and. dlsttllmted Into the prcirr parts of tho liody. Tho blood Is cmii'iid and thy liver stored with the (untitles tin- system needs. i'" to yflur drugtUt now and buy n Mx of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet, price flr. and then ent what you will; but tnko a tnblct afterward Then will come to oa t1u Ix-ginnlng of tho ftnd of nil ' o"ir r inar-n trouble and food feara 60,000 Cakesi of Toilet soap From tho most Famous Soap Makers in Omaha , On SALE Tuesday in the Drug Department ...Stores At th most Sensational Prices Ever Offered by Any Store on Toilet Soaps of Such High Quality 1 The Omaha Stationery Co. is now in their New Home 307-309 South 17th OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE V THE OMAHA BEE THE HOME PAPBB BS18TINO a pressing tempta tion to consume much apace In reviewing ono of the moat notablo weeks In nil Omnha'a theatrical history, one may bo permitted to express tho opin ion that Mr. Itohert Bruce Mantel! la be ginning to realize on tome of the en thusiastic propheclea mado for him sev eral cearona ago, Tho lire did not Join at the time In these eulogistic expressions, but did write In suggestive criticism con cerning certain apparent fault that havo since been amended. It la now a pleasure to testify that Mr. Mantcll ha reached n height pf artistic excellence that Justly entitles him to be listed among tho great of hln art. It la ao obvious that the re mark amount almost to a truism that no man can do all the great Shakespear ean roles and excel In each, but Mr. Man tel! linn the physical and mental power to give a very satisfactory imd Intelligent performance- of even those roles In which ho 1ms not reached a dominating pro ficiency, while In those for which he ia fully iiuallfied he must be ranked aa n muate It In pleasing also to note that the character he dcplcta with greatest succesi and the utmost of dramatic lm prcinlveness aro those- In which the In tellectual quality overshadows the mere physical; his appeal to the deeper emo tions la In much of the essential aspects of dramatic excellence m.ore direct and more potent than his efforts that merely arouse, the surface thoughts. And thla In somewhat paradoxical, for Mr, Man tell'Hi physique, and wonderful voice aro such aa would mark him as Ideal for the rouustlous figures so numorous In tho classla drama. That he has been able to divest himself of the tendency to depend on mero bulk and noiso In order to ob tain the effects so greatly to be desired by tho careful actor Is directly due to hln studious nature and his determination to succeed, lie la now in hln prime of mental and physical strength, nnd It Is not u venturesome prophecy to propose that Mr, Mantell w)ll yet achieve an emi nence that will make his present attain ment seem little. Pleasure Is also taken In recording the fact that his engagement in Omaha was the most profitable he has ever had here; It Is n, proof that the good Plays, pre- rented by good actors, will got sustaining! patronage In Omaha. It wer an Inault to our communal Intelligent to hold other- In "The Master Mind," the dramavl which will be presented at the Hran dels theatei on Sunday and Monday, Ihe author, Daniel D. Carter, has rhosen a most unique character aa the central figure. The title ro'.i, "The Master Mind," discloses an Indi vidual possessed with abnormal brain from which gennlnato unlawful schemes. Urged onward by Buffering, tho death of his brother, which was brought about through the conviction secured by the district attorney, "The Master Mind" exercises every .resource at hln command to avenge what he terms Judicial murder. Through his power on Innocent homeless girl Is branded a criminal, after which he sends her abroad that she may be educated and posse the culture and re finement neceeeary to win the love of the district attorney, Uy his cunning he succeeds In bringing the former street waif and the district nttorney Into each other's arms. They aro married shortly afterwards. The district attorney Is seek ing the governorship and "The Master Mind" feels that ha has reached his goal. He dltclosea the true Identity of the wife of the district attorney to her husband, and rejoicingly wtutes he will give to the world the InilJo history of the wife of the man who is about to seek the honor of governor. The one great ambition for which "The Master Mind" has striven for the greater part of lilt life to realize Is at hand, ho has avenged the death of his brother. Ilut as he Is about to take the final step and place the disgraceful stigma uon an honored man his power Is overthrown. Tho mighty hand which has ruled with an utter disregard of law or man la swerved from Its master stroke by love. The stern realisation of his love for the Innocent young victim, who proved ' to be his instrument In the accomplish ment of his revenge, and her heart suf- feting, prevents 'the final blow from fall ing. He cannot destroy the happiness of 1 the one to whom Ho has for many, years been the paternal guide, but his vengeful thirst Is quenched by her bitter tear of remorse. 1 You may have noticed on the billboards I of this city small poitera printed In queer looking letters The queer looking letters are Hebrew and the posters announce the coming of the Llpzln Theater company direct from New York City and headed by the well known and popular Yiddish actress. Mine. Kenny I.lpiln, who by her marvelous ability In depicting typea from the broaden of omedy to the deepest of tragedy has won for herself a large fol lowing. The Yiddish that Mme. Kenny Llpzln speaks is mainly a Jargon consist - tng mostly of German with a slight springing of Hebrew and It Is not dlf fl- cult to understand. Mme. Kenny Jpttn'a I. Johnon of th wU t seen at the Brandels theater Tllfam V fl nri Wnasilatf In k 1. , "- iiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiam. c mmmm. n " l la Char. Adorns M Me American plays, "The White Slav" Slaughter." Nell O'Drlen and hls great American minstrels, now on their second annual tour, will be the attraction at the Uran dels theater next Thursday nmtlnee and night. This year Mr, O'Urtou announces an organisation and production which Is proclaimed aa being even Rltpet(or to tils first effort. All the feature nets of tho olio are new nnd Include two' haw comedy one-act sketches by Mr, O'llflen, which are said to bo In the author's: best vein of humor. Ono Is called "Parcel Post," In which Mr, O'Hrlmi appears In the leading character. The other Is entitled "Who's Moss, or Taming tho Militant," and will have Kddlo Mnzlor and little Major Nowak for ltn principal fun-makers. There Is also a new song and dance num- whl,1 . p, Th Tlonv trv.nv or Chu,s h CtlmIvh.. Uke la,t ... ,,, M h,,, , thl. , . .. Mn.t . , orjrtnRl aMg , tory M addition to tho favorites of last year's organization, Eddie Mazier, Pete De,tzel, Major Nowak and George Faust, who will assist Mr. O'Hrien In holding up the comedy end of the program, a valuabla adH'i'nn has been mado In Bddlo Iloas, a monologist. The vocal contingent In- cluden Joe Carey, tenor; Ward Ilarton, the yodler; Al Fontaine, basso; Arthur Illake, baritone; Walter Lindsay, tenor; O'Don nell Clark, baritone, and George Uagen, tho Juvenile contra-tenor. "Tlielma" Is coining to the llnindels for Sunday matinee And night, November 9. When John Cort presents Lillian Kus hell In this city, November 11 and 12. at tho Brandels theater, she will lie aided by a company of celebrated artists and her own special orchestra. All told, Allss Rus- Manager yj It Is not an unusual thing for an actor to play two or three parts in tho course of a nlar: mom (if th nmtnn In vmitlA. ' villa trivn an entire nlnv nlnn hut nov.r s how more than one character on the stage at once. t BioKO ai once, ia reinuinixi Tor .Manairpr i .11 ..u m ... . i in iuu view qi ut auaience ai;ot neannr. ana who aosn t caicii casuy eell will have a company of forty enter tainers to aid her In amusing her au diences, tho players being John Cort'a Pick of the cream of foreign and Ameri can specialty artists. An event of more than passing Interest .will bo the presentation of "The Vir ginian at the American Theater thla week by the stock company. The play Is well known as. a dramatization of Owen WIster novel of the same name. It fatrry pulses with fresh, vigorous active life of the young west, with sturdy cowboys, and the brisk ulctt women of the pioneer generation, as fair examples of the community which Mr. Wistor has chosen for his subject. Director Darbler has arranged the cast as follows: Charles Adams as Trnmpas, Mr. Charlea wilt play the cowlvoy hero, Miss Emma Lowery will havo the role of Mofly Wnyd, This Is the first tltno It has ever been offered at popular prices. During tho week matinees will be given on Sunday, Thursday and Saturday. Nino brothers and sisters mnke up the nell family that comes to tho Orpheum this veek as tho feature nttraotlon. They oner a musical act wuicn is otten praiscu extravagntly by the reviewers. They are natives of Mexico who, for the first time, aro touring the Orpheum circuit, each member of tho family playing a num ber of different Instruments. Another offering will be tho Oeorg Ade comedy, "Speaking to Father," which Is to be presented by Milton Pollock and com pany. Highly commended by reviewers Is the humor of Walter S. "Hubo" Dlckln son. He presents his droll characteriza tion) of a small town dlgnltury, "The Ex Justlco-of the Peace.'" Maude Muller Is a comedienne endowd with exceptional vocal gifts, but as a vaudeville attraction she lias earned popularity for her ec centric method of fun-mklng. In a dif ferent way her associate, Ed Stanley, is Johnson in Argument With Himself once. Just to prove that he Is smart enough to do this, he played It In front of the camera The sketch Is entitled, "Why Are Whiskers? or. Should the Wind Ur Satisfied?" In the play the main role is that of Manager Johnson, trvln irin run n Ih.al, Tn him mm.. I . . . .. .. I BAYONNB WHTPriyQ At'the Empress, a rich provider of mirth. A melange of song and conversational cleverness Is to be contributed by Ethel Kirk and Hilly Fognrty. Rameses, In his Egyptian temple of magic, is to present his mysti fying Illusions, with a scenic environment unusually pretentious. Rounding out tha bill are a pair of clever sharp shooters, Corrlgan and Vivian. .Their feats of marksmanship aro said to bo astonishing. The special feature in motion pictures for this week Is to b "The Doctor's Duty," The hundreds of school teachers com ing to Omaha this week will be enter tained by the "Ilrondway Girls" company who open an engagement for the week at tho popular Goty theater starting with this afternoon's performance. Foremost Is a two-act musical extrava ganza by a well known author, entiled, "Tinkle's Troubles." The production Is said to bo spectacular from the rise of the curtain to tho very end. The com pany selected is headed by the comedian, George P, Murphy, whose talents are varied and well known. Frank Wake field, formerly with Ed Lee Wrothe, nnd Dill Armstrong, will be his able assist ants, also Sol Powder and Bert Chap man, seen at the Orpheum last season, the "Deau Brummola of Uurleaquo," Lil lian Smalley, late prima donna of "Mme. Sherry; Nellie Welsh, soubrette; and Fay Tunis and Kathryn Howard, In genues, making a total of talent that will seldom be seen In any musical bur losque organization. The musical num- j what Manager Johnson Is trying to say to him. W) tie the argument is In prog. tecs and Manager Johnson is laying down I the law to Press Agent Johnson, In comes Oh tier Johnson, and getting aa earful of the tak. spouks his celebr vted line "Can , th irahMa ...1 d.I .i a i " Tho L- t V. 1 aso and provca a auccet. TUESDAY AND IN THE WHITE SLAVE m SLAUGHTER Thursday fiViatinee and Night OB CAE F. HODGE Presents the Eminent Minstrel Comedian NEIL O'BHIEN AND HIS GREAT AMERICAN MINST Th largest, Beat and rortmost Minstrel Ortranlzation of the "World. 1,03 OUan Laughs Count 'Em, SO Tamons Minstrel Performers, Everything Brand 37w TUa Beaaon. Sunday and Monday, November 9 and 10 "THELMA" imUl and mmmM, NOV. 11 and 12 American Theater BEGINNING MAT. TODAY, TONIGHT, ALL WEEK THE AMERICAN THEATER STOCK CO. THE VIRGINIAN BIG PRODUCTION BIG CAST WEEK THE BRUTE MME. GADSKI FAMOUS IRIMA DONNA In Concert at tho AUDITORIUM, FRIDAY EVE., NOV. 7 Ticket Sale Opens at Auditorium on Monday. PRICES 91.B0 and $2,0Q.. SOB FINLAY CHKLE!6H5!5TE1 olcal Contody Idea AnuitumPAriTon fAi.i.tn ATErffllW niQHT bers aro original and display a contingent of show girls In varied ensembles. Noth ing has been neglected to make this pro duction superior In every detail to any of Its kind traveling. Ivadlrs dime mati nee dally starting tomerrow. The vaudeville program nt the Empress today Is headed by a feature extraordi nary In Pay one Whipple and Walter Hus ton In a present day vaudevlllo novelty known us "Spooks" and Is an Invention of Whipple and Huston, who are appear- i lng In the act at the present time. The act opens Bhowing a decorator painting a panel In the front door of a house. Many remarkable Illusions are produced from mechanical effects and an invention which was perfected by these artists. Bayona Whipple Is an artist of some note, having been starred with "Ninety and Nine" for five years. Bob Farlay and the Cheslelgb Sisters present their bright bit called. "A Vaudeville Idoa of Musical Comedy." The Dorians, an acro batic pair, present a scenic novelty called "A Terrible Night " Joe Lanlgan.J sometimes known as 'The Adonis of Vau deville" completes the vaudeville offering for tho week, exclusive first run photo ploys have constituted the Empress pic ture program. The best protection and a choice variety of subjects is always as sured. An OptUulst. Sammy was not prone to over-exertion In tho classroom: therefore, his mother was both surprised and delighted when he came home one noon with the announcement "1 got 10) this morning.' That's lovely. Bammy!" exclaimed his proud mother. "What was It In?" "Fifty In reading and fifty In 'rlthme tic," was Sammy's renly Upplncott's Magaxina, TV. a. i. taw WEDNESDAY KENY LIPZIN ELS MATINEE WIDKESDAT Sale- Starts Thursday. Mall Orders, Now. JOHN COHT Presents LILLIAN RUSSELL and the Lillian nussell Featuro Festival, with ltn own special orchestra and forty famous artlata. Including Lillian Uussell, William Farnum, Andrew Mnok, Mar guerite Farrell, Fields and Lewis, Kramer and Belle clalr, et al. Costliest Theater Amusement is Amrlo. Prices EOo to 92.00. Mall Orders How. IN 1 Phons Douglas 494. Advanced Vaudeville Week Starting Mat. Sun., Nov. 2. THE BELL FAMILY Hlne Brothers and Blatsra in aa Ar- tlstlo Mnslcal Offsrtor. MILTON "POLLOCK and GO. Zn Oeorr Adas' Ksw Playlet, "STOAJOXa TO rATXBK." Ptrsct from the Alhambra, Eondon. WALTER S. (RUBE) DICKINSON Za Xls Own Original Oharaoter Cre ation, TB2Z EX-JTJSTZOa OT TEX PEACE." MaiiriR MFI I FR and QTIUICV CHI O I flllLLI LU Comlo Optra Xm-lfakera. ETKELKIRK-BILLY FQGARTY A Bright Velanr of Patter and Song Betnrned After a World Tour. ' RAMESES la His Egyptian Templs of Xaglo. GARRIGAN and VIVIAN Sharp Bhooters. Bpsclal rsature In. Motion Pictnrsa, 'THE DOCTOR'S DUTT," Note All Moving Pictures Presented by the Orpheum Circuit of Theaters nre shown exclusively the first time. "Prtpes: Matinee, Qallsry 10c; Best Btats (Except Saturday and Band ay) 350. Bight, 10c, 35o. 500, 75c ''OMAJIA'3 PUK CEBTEB" EnUy Mat., 15-25-500 Evags 15-35-50-750 Buru-Vu. Broadway Girls with Oso. T. Murphy. Cast inolndsv rrank -Wakefield (formerly with Ed lea Wroth); Powder fc Capman (from tna Orpheum Circuit); ElUlan SmaUsy and Big Beauty Chcrus. Eadlss Dime Matinee Wnt Eays. Borglum Piano School seei souoeas sr. August JU Borglum, Madame Borg lum. pupils of Wager Swayne, Paris. Leachetuky method. Sight-reading, Slght-slnglng and Ear-tralning (Sch wartx method. Paris Conservatory). Harmony. Public Performaft-'e C'aaes When Ton attend in theatre store your automobile In tfcs Down Town Garage rcxxpmoor cxeak ajts wajlm Just around h otrnar tram the Orpaaaai i4is xowias nr. R. M. HARRIS, Pnp.