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GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 9 H
Salt Hake TTbeatte
GEO. D. PYPER. Manager.
Friday fLR A V Q ft Matinee
Saturday lViAI 0"V Saturday
"THE MAN OF THE HOUR"
"A DULL DAY IN THE WHITE HOUSE"
THE BIG SONG HIT
"WHEN THE HAMMER ON THE
Prices 250, 500, 75c, $1.00, $1.50.
Matinee 25c, 50c, 75c, $1,00.
ALL NEXT WEEK
THREE SISTERS MACARJE
- TJnlquo! Artlbtic!!
ROCKWAY & CONWAY
Comedy Singing and Talking Act
T110S. J. KEOGH & RUTH FRANCIS
In a Ono Act Play "The Ward Ileolor"
WELLS & SELLS
LOCKWOOD & BRYSON
Advanced Vaudovlllo Entertalnors
Every evening (except Sunday) 75c, 50c, 25c. Box
Matinees daily (except Sunday and Monday) 50c,
25c, 10c- Box Seats 75c.
J DlRKOTION PELTON a. SMUTZER
MN(IIMINT A. M. OOX
A Nlxliit nri I'arowell Appearanco of tho
7.i jS. THEODORE LOIIUH COMPANY
Wednesday Presenting' tho Thrilling Drama
rs'K4r'' Thc Jamcs Bys
APRIL MM. J """SaMiXTc't'g.; ""
Ono Performance only, Tuesday Afternoon 2:30, Spec
ial Matlneo. Testimonial to .Mr. Lurch
THE LIEUTENANT AND THE COWBOY
3 Nights and Inaugural Appearanco of tho Earl
Sahirriatr Burgess Company probontliig
aaiuraay A tf Wood.8 sensational Chinese
Matinee, start- Drama
may 7"". ay' Queen of the White Slaves
Night. 2. 35 50 and 75tu Matlneos. 15 and & rth.
Next Week: T' Earl Burs. Co. in CONVICT 999
senting the famous works on a most magnificent r
scale. His engagement is so far ahead at this I
writing that his repertoire for Salt Lake has not I
been asolutely settled, but will in all probability
be as follows:
Monday, May 11th, "King Lear."
Tuesday, May 12th, "Macbeth."
Wednesday afternoon, May 13th, "Merchant of
Wednesday evening, May 13th, "Hamlet."
Thursday, May 14th, "Richelieu."
Friday, May 15th, "Othello."
Saturday afternoon, May lGth, "Macbeth" or
Saturday evening, May lGth, "King Richard the
& & &
THE ORPHEUM PROSPECT.
The offerings for the Orpheum next week look
promising. As headlinors come the Three Sisters
Macarte, European ncrobats. Their act is describ
ed as being unique and exceptionally artistic.
The Dixon Brothers are musical and grotesque
comedians. This is also a European act.
Rockway & Conway are a pair who have an en
tertaining comedy and talking turn, and Thos. J.
Keogh and Ruth Francis present a one act playlet
called the "The Ward Heeler," replete with humor
and clever situations.
Wells & Sells do a comody acrobatic act.
Lockwood and Bryson have a delightfully enter
taining vaudeville act that wil be a surprise to
Orpheum and of course there will be the or
chestra and the kinodrome.
& & t
"The James Boys" is the play select
ed for the final appearance of the Lorclv com
pany, the engagement opening Sunday night and
closing Wednesday night. Tuesday afternoon a
special testimonial performance of "Tho Cow
boy and the Lady" will be given by the Lorch
company at the Grand.
The Burgess company opens its engagement
Thursday night with "Queen of tho White.
Slaves." Mr. Horace V. Noble is the leading
man of the company, and Miss Dorothy Marko
the loading woman.
Tho other members of the company are said
to be unusually capable. They will be at the
Grand several weeks.
' DON'T ASK A FRIEND TO DO WHAT
Were you ever asked to go on tho
Surety Bond of a friend who had boon
awarded a contract to construct a build
ing? Have you been asked to go on tho
Surety Bond of some friend who has been
appointed to act as Executor, Admlnis-
istrator, Guardian, Trustee or Receiver?
Isn't it embarrassing? You don't like
'to refuse. You don't like to jeopardize
your own property by signing.
Do you fool like asking someone to
do for you what you do not feel that you
could do cheerfully for them?
Personal bonds are not so often asked
or given now as formerly. The reason is
that great corporations now issue Sure
ty Bonds at a small cost. These Surety
Bonds are more satisfactory to all the in
When asked to give a bond yourself
or to sign one for a friend, come in and
talk it over. We make a specialty of
UTAH SAVINGS & TRUST COMPANY,
No. 325 Main Street.
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