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title: 'Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1902-1929, April 25, 1908, Page 9, Image 9',
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GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 9
GEO. D. PYPER, Manager
MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
MRS, TEMPLE'S TELEGRAM
Prices : Eve., 25c to $1.50 j Mat. 25c and 50c
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Charles Frohman presents
in his brilliant success
Prices : Eve. 50c to $2.00 : Mat. 25c to $1.50
1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
I ALL NEXT WEEK
1 Clayton-WHiTE & STEWART-Marie.
In tho Dlrurtlng Comedy "OIIERR1E" "
I MIGNONETTE KOKIN
H Impressions from Enxllbli Mu&io Halls
I Geo. B.-SNYDER & BUGKLE-Harry
H Prosontlng "Tho 9 troot Musician"
I LONEY HASKELL
H "That Rascal"
1 ARMSTRONG & VERNE
H That Quaint Comedy Duo
I GALE1TIS MONKEYS
M Tho Height of Simian IntolHgonco
B Motion Pictures
I ORPIIEUM ORCHESTRA
H Every evening (except Sunday) 75c, 50c. 25c. Box
H Matinees daily (except Sunday and Monday) 50c,
25c, 10c Box Seats 75c.
H " " i i
I f.RAND THEATRE
H l DiniOTlON PELTOH A 8MUTZER
IIB Manaqimknt A. M. COX
H 4 Nights and THE THEODORE LOROH
B u ,, . . In a Lavish Production of tho Fa-
m Matinee, start- moU8 1lay
m ins Sunday, C A 1 U f
APRIL 26th S A P H O
H 3 Nights and Groat Revival of tho Emotional
H Saturday Drama
M Matinee, start.
I agar east lynne
H N'lghtw. 2ft. 36. 50 and 75 cts Matlnem,. 15 and X cth.
I Next Week; JESSE JAMES
and face are expressionless. He reads nls lines
In an unvarying monotone ithat is amusing. There
Is little doubt but that he wants to be a real actor
and that someone has told him he will wind up at
that goal. One can hardly imagine, however, that
ho can ever be trained to forget the rough work
that has been second nature to him so long.
His support in "The Burglar and tho Lady"
was unspeakably bad in the main, though Rose
King, his leading lady, proved a talented, likablo
girl. Corbett was in town at the (theater the first
part of the week and his days were as busy as
his nights for he is still the idol of a big section
of the sporting world the country over.
JULIUS STEGER AT THE ORPHEUM.
Beautifully acted is Julius Stegor's "Fifth Com
mandment" at the Orpheum this week. A heart
touching, sympathetic little sketch it has turned
out to be and Mr. Steger has never been In better
voice. He sings splendidly and the piece he has
written for himself this season Is easily the best
vaudeville vehicle ho has had. It is the old story
of the returned derelict and reconciliations, but
so cleverly are situations handled and so admir
ably is Mr. Steger's singing that one thoroughly
enjoys it. His supporting company is unusually
capable and altogether the act is one of the finest
of the Orpheum season.
Clayton Kennedy and Matle Rooney are back
with their "Happy Medium" stuff and Kennedy Is
as clever, as funny and as nice a chap as over.
The bill, in fact, is bettor than it has been for
some weeks. Bertie Herron has a clever minis
trel act and carries It off well. She is pretty and
Les Frqoros and Riego close up the program
with an acrobatic sketch in which half a dozen
now features are executed. They are above the
average. Seymour and -Dupre open the program.
Both are iJoor entertainers.
As to Gil Brown, novelty dancer, "back to the
barber ship, Gil, and forgot the rough stuff." Ho
uses his feet exceptionally well, but insists on
trying to sing and be funny. Both are beyond
him. Tho bill as a whole is well worth seeing.
Steger's sketch is a headlinor that shouldn't be
missed. L. S. G.
& & &
SALT LAKE THEATRE NEXT WEEK.
Tho Salt Lake Theatre is closing Its session in
a way that almost warrants one in the belief that
there has been a Revelation at State and First
With Mary Mannoring closing out tho curionl
week and "Mrs. Temple's Telegram" announced
for the first half of next week, the Theater has
booked the finest shows of its year for tho next
two months. On April 80 John Drew and Billie
Burke aie to present "My Wife" for a half week.
Tho play is one in which they have already scored
a tremendous New York success this season. Then
comes Dockstador's Minstrels, always good, on
May 8th and 9th. Robert Mantoll will follow tho
week of May 11 and tho last half week in May
will see Willie Collier at the Theater. Walter
Damrosch and orchestra will appear in concert on
Juno 10, and Henry Miller will probably close the
local season tho half week of June 11.
Tho event of the coming week will, of course,
be the engagement of Mr. Drew and Billie Burke
In "My Wife," a comedy adapted fro tho
French. Mr. Drew is always more than welcome
Miss Buike's appearance is awaited wth interest
She has been abroad all her life and came back
the first of this season to take New York by storm.
"My Wife" is declared by Eastern reviewers to
be the best vehicle Mr. Drew has had in several
years. Mr. Drew and Miss Burke will be at tho
Theatoi tho last half of the coming week.
"Mrs Temple's Telegram" will hold the boards
tho first part of the week at the Theater, tho en
gagement opening Monday night. Margaret Snow
will be seen as Mrs. Temple. By the way, Dorothy j P
Tonnant Jb with Mr. Drew and Miss Burke in "My ' gVj
Wife." l .It Lakers will remember her of the ,- y&
original "College Widow" company, a clever, tal-
ented and handsome girl, with a host of friends. j ljoT
& & ! Ill
THE ORPHEUM PROMISE. I 'W
From a distance the Orpheum bill for the com- JL
ing week looks good. , jj wt
White and Stuart are to be seen in a comedy J si
sketch entitled "Cherrle." White is an artist in
the slang field and he can usually be depended on Im m
for a few new ones, while Miss Stuart has a half 'M 11
dozen French impersonations that are said to be 8
good. Mignonette Kokin is doing impersonations IS ,
from English music halls this season and Snyder ttjg '
and Buckley have a "street musician" sketch along m
musical lines thaf is novel. Iw
Lonoy Haskell is on the bill for a few stories jjjf
and a song or two, possibly. He is generally a M
very oxcelent number. j3
Armstrong and Verne have a quaint comedy R
stunt that has gone exceptionally well on tho II
eastern vaudeville stage. Gallettis' monkeys and 'M
the kinodrome will close the bill. The monkeys JB
are said to be of unusual Intelligence and their Iff
act is very interesting. Tho Orpheum is picking 3B
up in its shows the past week or two and some Jl
mighty good head liners are due during May, ac- Js,
cording to advance notices. jR
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