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Hfj 2 GOODWIN'S, V'EEKLY
H At the Feet of Buddha
'H . , (Contimi&d from Pago 10 )
Hf "Who is it?" he asked, steadying his voice.
Hj Angela threw back her veil and turned her face to the revealing
BJ moonlight. There was no appeal in her lovely face it was frozen
H iftto anguish and her blue eyes were closed.
Hjj What Lance Dysart already knew -what he now read in her face
H'" does not matter. He stooped down and picked up the slight form
H of the woman who had, been his wife and held her close in his arms
H Angela xihclosed licreyes. "I am going do not feel sorry for
D me-' " she breathed. ''I don't want to disturb your happiness I
E have no right I happened to see into your garden and I saw
B "Saw whom?" he asked gently.
H "Your wife, Morning Glory," she whispered.
H "I have but one" wife you," he murmured.
H "And the girl?"
H "Jimmy BlQimt's Japanese bride."
H "Ah and you?" she asked timidly.
W' "I've been waiting for you here. You said once, when we were
B here before, that if ever you were in trouble you would come to
H' Dai-Butsu. I have waitqd three long years for you to come and
H bring peace to me.
H Together they stood before Dai-Butsu. The moonlight sought
H and found the great, impassive countenance ; it lingered on the golden
H eyes and touched the droopfftg, patient mouth.
H Lance Dysart and his wife believed that the image smiled a bene-
H diction on their reunion.
DRAMA AND MUSIC.
HB (Continued from Pngc 11 ) 4
H ing to a uniformly strong perform-
B ance. Marjorie Wood, as the telephone
H operator, Wanda Kelly, is said to re-
H veal exceptional intelligence and un-
H doubted talent. James Seeley, that
H fine, experienced actor, should he
B Buperh in his interpretation of Blake.
H Howell Hansel Is Standish, and Mar-
H Ion Barney, "The Woman;" while
H others in the company are Austin
Qf Wejb, Hugh Dillman, Peter Raymond,
H Homer dranville, Kalman Matus,
H Frank Austin and others "The Wc-
H man" will be seen at the Salt Lake
B Theatre next Monday, Tuesday and
M Wednesday nights and matinee, and
H If advance Interest means anything,
H will establish new lecords at the box
B "Bought and Paid For" showing 'at
H William A Brady's playhouse at New
B Yorla City, has nearly reached its
B 500th performance in that theatre. If
AS "Bought and Paid For" had turned
HVfl out to be merely a large success, the
B playhouse would have been opened to
Hj some of the other attractions under
B the Brady direction, but as Mr. Broad-
BVJj hurst's comedy drama has been in
H possession for almost a solid year,
lfl it has not been possible to find an
B outlet for the other productions of '
B Mr. Brady's unceasing activity.
H "Bought And Paid For" will be pre-
H senteQ in this city at the Salt Lake
H Theatre next Thursday, Friday and
WAV Saturday with Saturday Matinee
H The most exacting vaudevillian is
H ooptalnly getting whpt he hae bargaih-
H 3d for when he witnesses the mam-
H motli production of "A Night on a Roof
H Open AH Nlfsht Telephone 304
i S. D. EVANS
H UNDERTAKER AND BHUTJALTrtEU
Hl New Building:
Ml modern EutabllHlnnent
B 48 STATE ST. SALT LAKE CITY
Garden," now being presented at the
Empress theatre. It will be followed
by d'her large productions, as "Fun
In a Delicatessen Shop." "Fun in a
Barber Shop," "Fun in a Cabaret,'
"Fun at the Seashore," "Fun on the
Good Ship Wrong-side Up,'" These
and many others have and are now re
ceiving the magic touch given by Lew
Fields, and will be shortly seen at thd
Empress. "A Night on a Roof Gar
den" Is not the whole show for there
are a number of good acts on the bill
Jura, Reed and St. John offer a musi
cal act the best appearing in months.
They use the violin, cello, cornet and
piano. Ida Russell and Grace Church
have an entirely new departure to of
fer in an originality entitled, "From
Society to the Bowery," Chapman and
Berube are two exceptionally clever
hand-to-hand balancers that have ap
peared all over Europe and are now
playing the Sullivan and Consldine cir
cuit, at a fat salary. The ragtime trio
in the persons of Billy Green, Henry
McHenry and Homer Deane, do a lot
of ragging, singing and danoing. "The
Twin Flats," is a comedy sketch pre
sented by Ward, Klare and Company
and deals with the serious troubles of
the bill collector trying for back: in
stallments on a piano, and automobile
pathe's weekly animated review is
proving an interesting feature this
week Next week's bill will open on
Wednesday and will present another
program of meilt As the headline at
traction will apepar Lew Fields' sup
berb Broadway production, "Fun in a
Del'atessen Shop," a tabloid musical
coidy with Frank Bernard and the
famous Weber and Fields' beauty
chorus This with Hugh Lloyd, Eng
land's extraordinary somersaulting
wlrlat; Mme. Buase and her animal
pets; Thomas Potter Dunne, the dia
Ject songster; O'Rourke and O'Rourke,
premier dancers; Musette, dainty,
dancing wirlgt; Harry Brooks and
Company, offering the character com
edy playletto, "The Old Minstrel
MARJORIE WOOD and JAMES SEELEY in "The Woman" at the Salt Lake
Theatre Next week.
man," and the animated review will
make up the bill.
By Harold Skinner.
No bond thy pennate being doth en
fold, No mortal wall of frail unpotent
Nor human tongue thy mysteries un
fold, Nor flesh thy birth congenital be
tray. Nor shall lull dissolution vomit thee
Into that yawning hell of frenzied
Nay, courage' couiage! God's infinity
Is mercy, love imparadlsed, supreme!
THE RESPONSE CORDIAL.
"Doctor," quoth his anxious patient,
' I am troubled with indigestion. Tell
me, is there anything to worry about?"
"Anyone who has it is bound to be
worried," answered the sagacious
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fame may bo attributed to a slip of
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