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Hiy -4 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1912.
SPECIAL CARS FOR
j Utah Delegates Will Go -to
Bf 9 Lethbridge in Proper
Hl Two special cars, and possibly three.
B will carry the Utah delegation to the
K International Dry Farming congress,
which is to he held at Lcthbrldge,
Alberta, Canada, October 21 to , inclu
filvc. The Utah party will leave here on
; thn afternoon of October 15. arriving
In the Canadian city 'on the afternoon of
B ' L. A. Merrill of this city, represents
. Utah on the executive committee of the
B ; confess and Is In charge of the arrange-
Hf mentH to take tho state delegation to
H I.cthbrldgc. Mr. Merrill is eiignr (o hear
H from all who are planning In attend In
order that adequate arrangements for
their transportation can be miitie. llo
I hail au office In tho Ronton building.
Thero Is a possibility that Salt Lake
1 may be selected uh the meeting place for
4 1313. The Utah dolepatlon will be a
! strong one and as this slate is one of
i the foremost in dry farmlnc activity It
Hel would make an evccllcnl meeting place
y for the congress.
BiJ An extensive exhibit of dry farm pro-
HiJ ducts of Utah has already been shipped
1 to Lcthbrldge and will bo set up at the
X dry farming exhibition to be run con-
j current with the congress. Many Utahns
H Have relatives living In the vicinity of
I Lethbrldge, and thin will make the stato
H;l exhibit of more than .usual interest to
SALT LAKJ3 THEATER "The God
dosf! of LIbertv," two nlchts and a
Saturday matinee, opening FYlday
night. Curtain at S:15 p. m.
ORFHEUM THEATER Advanced
vaudeville. .Performances every af
ternoon and evening.
COLONIAL THEATER AVillard
Mack, Marjorle Rambcau and asso
ciate players in "The Strength of
tho Weak." Curtain at S:15 p. m.
Motinco today and Saturday.
EMPRESS THEATER Sullivan-Con -sldlno
vaudeville. Matinee dally at
2:30. Two evening performances,
730 and 9:15.
ASA compliment to his Salt Lake ad---mirers,
new and old, James K. llack
ctt presented last night, following tho
regular performance of "Tho Grain of
Dust,'' the one-act play "Tho BlHhop's
Candlesticks." Called beforo the curtain
at tho closo of the third act, Mr. Hackctt
explained that he had received a num
ber of requests for the play and would
ba delighted to present it before Sail
Lako theatergoers, as they had accorded
him tuch a splendid reception.
Tho play Is founded on one of tho most j
memorable scenes of nineteenth century
literature, tho encounter between Jean
Val Jean and the good Bishop Blenvenue
In "Les Mlscrables." Jn tho one-act play
bv Norman McKinnel the names used In
Victor Hugo's novel arc abandoned. Jean
Val Jean is "The. Convict" and the good
ecclesiastic Is simply "Tho Bishop."
Practically tho entlro audience rc-'
malned until midnight to witness the
production. The beautiful lesson of the
plav, more powerful than a. dozen ser
mons, -was brought out In most striking
fashion by Mr. llackctr and bv Mr. Fred
A. Sullivan who enacted the role of "The
Blfhop," Mr. Hackott In "Tho Grain of
Dust." played the modern man of great
affairs, strong, cynical, conquering, but
highly civilized. In "The Bishop's Can
d'oKtlcks," he has a wholly different
role. Here he Is the brutalized man, a
plnnt physically, weak morally, but with
wonderful potentiality for regeneration,
The compliment done them by Mr.
Haekett was greatly appreciated by his
auditors and he was called beforo the
rurtaln with much enthuslusm at the con
clusion of the play.
"Onalp" has but one trick, in his reper
toire, but It Is a good one. To th ac
companiment of Oriental music. Onalp
ors through a series of motions before
tho faco of a young assistant. Tho pre
sumption In that tho young- man ls'mcs
inorised At tho back of tho stage and
hoforo an elaborate curtain la a piano on
a platform. The youth Is placed before
the piano, after being blindfolded, and
at once starts playing: tho instrument.
Onalp then ascends a platform at the
roar of tliH piano, two other assistants
remove the piano stool and the platform
from beneath the piano. Both ascend
Keemlngly In response to Onalp's com
mand. At a height of about four feet
the platform Is removed from the rear
of tho piano and hoops ure passed com
pletely around the young man and the
Piano to "prove" there la nothing hold
ing thom up.
Later Onalp causes the piano to re-
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volye like a big pinwhccl. During the
entire irformonce the young man Is in
the position of being sealed at the piano
and playing numerous popular airs.
Onalp "wakes up" tho youth and bows
himself from the stage. At about this
point half of the audlnco has become con
vinced that some mechanism existed be
hind the mysterious curtain when Jo, the
curtain Is raised, tho assistants turning
the piano around. There Is nothing but
the blank back wall of the stasc.
rJ he act won considerable applause last
night. Onalp . might help himself a bit
and get a trifle closer to his audience
If he would take a lesson or two In smll
lngi or at least looking at his auditors,
or possibly spectators is the right term,
once In a while.
Helen Primrose made the big hit at
the opening performanco, bclnpr recalled
again and again. Miss PrlmroFo Is a
comedienne of considerable ability.
Lee Tung Foo. a real Chinese. Is the
big novelty of the programme. Foo
sings several songs and has a number of
Jokps which entertain. The otic thing
which won him tho most applause f.oonied
to bn a sldo remark addressed to the
orchestra, in which Foo said that being
an actor wan bettor than working- In a
laundry. The laughter which greeted
hirn slopped tlj? performance for a mo
ment or two. Foo concludes with an Imi
tation of Harry Lauder, the famous
Granto and Maud havo a wire act that
In a bit out of the ordinary. Granto does
some real tumbling on a tight wire.
A large amount of nonsensical patter,
concluding with a parody on a popular
song, comprises the act of Jack Manloy
and Charles Walsh.
Robert McKlm & Co. present "A Per
sistent Wooer," a sketch having for Its
topic an effort to persuade a sweetheart's
fa tlier that his daughter's choice of a
husband Is a good one.
A series of motion views conclude the
programme. The pictures showing tho
New York Giants In action in a recent
game with the Chicago National league
club proved particularly Interesting.
Th lollowlnc theater notices re mrd
aTerttetnnt" In ordr to comply with
strict Interpretation of the new federal news
paper law. Ther are not paid for.
The American press has been so
unanimous- in its pralsen-of the prolific
composer and singing comedian, Joseph
E. Howard, that tho announcement of
his 'own appearance hero at tho Salt
Lake theater tomorrow night In his latest
and most conspicuous sucocss "will cause !
theatergoers to Immediately secure seats
In pleasurable anticipation of a perfect
and entirely up-to-date performance. Mr.
Howard will appear In The Goddess of
Llborty," which ran an entlro year at
the La Salic theater, Chicago, and six
months In New York city, whero Us un
precedented runs were Interrupted by
previous bookings, much to. tho fiincc.ro
regret of tho management, and since
which time has been greeted on its loin
with unbounded enthusiasm, beforo ca
pacity audiences. Accompanying Mr.
Howard on this tour Is America's most
captivating singing comedienne, Miss ,
Mabel McCane, a pretty, dainty llttk
creature, bound to win the hearts or
everyone by hor sweet personality and
The Van Brothers, two in number, have
an act at the Orpheum this week that
combines good music with genuine
comedy. Tho comedy Is developed main
ly through the natural ability of Joe
Van. His quaint humor and his mlrth
nrovoklnc delivery and antics are really
Inimitable. Both boys arc expert mu
sicians, playing choice selections on thj
zither and saxaphone In a fashion that
appeals strongly to all sections of the
house. To show Iho amount of melody
that can be extracted from the common
or garden variety of musical Instrument,
to wit, tho mourlh organ, they bring that
much abused plebeian instrument Into
play by the dozen.
Bret Itarte wrote "Sue," not only the
bock, with which the reading public Is
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more familiar, bul tho famous author
dramatized IiIh own work anil the stage
received "Sue" from his hands, tilled with
all the "atmosphere" and wealth of in
cident and heart and human Intcreat for
which he was noted. "Sue" is the drama
In which Annie Russell, Theodore Rob
erts and Guy Standing and n big New
York company scored so sreat a hit
when Harte first completed his play, but
"Suo" has never been played in Salt
Iako. That Is one reason why Willard
Mack has elected it for his offering at
the Colonial next week, opening Suhda
nlchl. U is a three-act drama that will
afford Miss "Rambeau a most unusual
At the Mehcsy theater today "The New
Butler" offers one lonjr laush- Tin- story
centers around a young wife who puts
on airs beforo her husband, who. to
uppeasc her vanity, assumes the role of
butler. "Tho "Warnlnc" Is a heart story,
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Governor "v"llllam Spry, with his staff.
In full dress, will attend the concert thl
evening to be given by the United States
Marine band in the Salt Lake taber
nacle. The band, which played In Og
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fa) llumorcscmc Anton Dvorak
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