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I truth n
r II Her methods Indicate versatility
El' mi in future roles promise
If Sereeablo surprises. Mr. George
If Krd as the English baronet,
II thouch ' somewhat unguarded In
" II his cestures, fills the exacting role of
fM a British gentleman with the convic-
M lion of its social Importance and
m makes love lllco a drawing room hero.
H if I understand the inclinations of
j H Salt Lake matinee girls, I should say
Mr Melford's tall and slender form
la already an object of favorable con
9 cern Mr. Luke Cosgrove, the sturdy
old Viking, father of "Thelmn," does
somo convincing and virile acting, ln-
dicating familiarity with a character
3 widely varying in emotional moods.
H Frank Clayton as the scheming Lon
H nox is clearly in sympathy with his
R part There is studied method in his
H badness, and, in fact, his interpreta
H tlon of the part is refined, polished
H cusscdncss none of the rant and
H bluster that spoils the usual stage vil
B lain. Mr. Joseph Bosen carries the
M ught and ilippant stylo demanded by
m bis part. Miss Nellie Breyer is mak
B lag a mighty hit as Britta, the servant
M girl. She is the storm-laugh-center of
H the play. Miss Laura Bell, tall and
H stately, in her fashionable gowns, is a
B costumlc picture which all of us men
Hi frame with our eyes and keep on fram-
. K lng, because, being mere men, tho
, HJ optic thirst will not be satisfied. Cruel,
HJ cruel Mis3 Bell! I hope you are only
HI a play coquette! Miss Nellie Bow
Hi ring assumes the double roles of the
. Hj bag, Louisa, and the dancer, Violet
m Vere, with far from equal merit. As
HJ the witch, she is too uncanny to be
Hj real. As Violet Vere, however, she is
H Parisian from heels to head-piece.
H Her cigarette smoking smoky rings
H on pink fingers her careless abandon
H and reckless gaiety, form a tenderloin
H atmosphere that almost breathes wua
finished art. Mr. O. F. Jonasson in
B the part of Sigurd, the dwarf, Is quite
fj satisfactory. E'dward Messell as Loro
ll Winsleigh and Edwin Johnson as the
fm man servant, do well In their small
M Now, while sufficiently praising tho
I work of the Utahna company, I have
ft had in mind tho fact that an "all-star
m cast" Is quite beyond the capacity of
M tho Utahna boxofllce. That Mr. Gour-
II ley is making good his promise to give
II dramatic value for money receivou,
m will not bo denied by any ticket-buyer
m with a conscience. However, tho
members of tho stock company should
not carelessly rest upon their laurels.
I have- a big stick up my sleeve and
shall not hesitate to lay it over tho
back of any actor or actress should ho
or she unhappily force mo to severe
measures. So there!
I Next week tho Utahna theatre re-
turns to vaudeville. Tho bill Is one
of tho best yet given, says Mr. Gour-
'ay. Among the headllners are tho
I iwOV?? Grcat Arabs- Sam anl Wa Kel-
I iy, Fyno and Doudy, tho Falrchtlds
IT and now moving pictures.
Next Monday night, at tho Salt Lalco
I n, ,ro' smething new in athletics
.11 t, ,.8lvcn t0 local sportsmen. Ed-
ue Uoblnson and an unknown Jap will
be i seen in a wrestling match, tho ter
mor using tho well known catch-as-catch-can
method, while tho llttlo
mc, an shows tno tricks of jiu
vMni .Th0 sports of th0 tQwn are di
(i 1 n Plnln as to tho merits of
nf trnJ? fchools ' wrestling. A bet
winVT S up btween tho men, tho
thrCP Tmust tako two lls out of
hnm, Intorcstlng preliminaries have
novJleHay and Wedonsday evening
Sac ii2h? Plver SIIpper" ls tho at
m?w? at thQ Salt Lak0 theatre. This
l.ofnL? MCOmedy had beon seen here
'' th0,slWed youth of tho town
n '" memberlng tho famous "Cham
fePt danco- Elaborate scenic of
"cis, new and gorgeous costumes,'
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tuneful music, dances full of the
poetry of motion, are only a partial
list of tho features promised. The
chorus is said to bo larger ami pmi
tier than ever a bunch of Clndorellas
each with tiny silver slippers of her
In March, the great Drury Lane
spectacle, "Mother Goose," will mako
the eyes of Salt Lake fairly dizzy with
color and motion.
Mr. Briant S. Young, well known m
local literary circles, has written f
drama entitled "Taps and Reveille."
The story of tho play deals with inci
dents of tho civil war. Those, who
havo read the manuscript havo been
agreeably surprised at tho amount of
dramatic ability displayed by Mr.
Young. It is described as being
strong In dramatic situation, spirited
and stirring dialogue befitting a mili
tary atmosphere, while, in pleasing
contrast to tho general virility of tho
story, run tho gentle threads of a ten
der lovo story. Mr. Young's many
friends await with impatience tho pro
duction of tho play.
, H &
Tho well known actor, Joseph Mur
phy, is booked at the Salt Lake the
atre for March 3-4.
HARRY LB GRANDE.
ROBINSON VS. JAP.
Next Monday evening Eddlo Robin
son and a Japanese disciple of Jiu-jitsu
will meet on tho mat to determine
which is be3t, catch-as-catch-can wres
tling or the Nippon stylo of breaking
bones. Robinson is confident that ho
will be able to jam two shoulders of
the yellow man down to tho carpet,
while tho Mikado's subject Is equally
sanguine of twisting Eddie's arm off
at the elbow. The Japanese science
of placing an opponent hors do combat
lias become a fad during tho past
year, and. oven tho president has been
learning tho art. But beyond tossing
Tom Sharkey over his shoulder and
sitting on him, none of tho Japs seem
to havo done anything with profes
sional wrestlers. Robinson Is confi
dent of winning, because ho thinks
there is nothing in tho-Jnp stylo ex
cept when used against a man ignor
ant of tho methods of breaking holds
of all sorts. Against one accustomed
to wrestling ho believes tho Jap has
no show. Henco ho expects to win.
That there will bo a largo crowd of in
terested spectators, both white and
yellow, Is expected.
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AN EDITORIAL ATTORNEY.
Week beforo last wo missed tho
Randolph Nows. For a time wo fearod
Editor McKlnnon hud failed In busi
ness, or died, but in the current Issue
wo discover tho cause of his omission
of ono publication. Hero it Is:
"Wo feel that wo owe our readers
an apology for tho manner In which
they were treated by us last week In
not getting out an issue of tho paper.
As somo of them no doubt are aware,
that tho editor of this paper has been
ambitious In tho direction of tho law
for somo tlmo nnd has boon taking a
courso In lnw, and on Thursday of last
week In company with somo others,
was examined by a committee appoint
ed for thnt purpose, and on Monday,
February 13, 1D05, was duly admitted
as an attorney nnd counselor at law In
tho Supremo court of tho stato of
Utah. This was tho causo or our ab
sence nnd wo could get no help to get
our paper out whllo wo woro away.
Wo hope this explanation will bo sat
isfactory to our readers."
Brothers McKlnnon Is to bo con
gratulated on having fixed hlmsolf so
when a delinquent subscriber de
clines to pay ho can Instltuto nn ac
tion against him without having to
biro an nttornoy.
During tho anthracite coal strlko
Republican and Democratic papers
allko jumped on to tho snered person
of Hon. David Bennett Hill because
ho ventured to have Incorporated Into
his polltlcnl platform a declaration to
tho effect that if tho mino owners
would not oporato their mines tho pub
lic had a right to. But hero comes tho
states of Kansas, Colorado and Mis
souri with laws establishing oil rofln- 1H
orles to bo conducted by tho stato, or jsH
tho public, and we note sovcral of the fl
newspapers which criticised Hill com- ffflH
mending tho action. It makes a wholo .HH
lot of dlffcrcnco whoso ox Is gored. tHHI
Congressmen got up nnd assort that 11
they do not hollove In anything thnt fSBl
tends to destroy the Individual effort jiH
i of man, ami they stick to it until WIiHI
their own toes nro trodden upon. Stan- stHI
dnrd Oil has stepped on tho toes of 'll
Colorado, Kansas and Missouri and , SB
IIioho states arc going to retaliate, ' HhI
even though tho retaliation is so- t
clnllstlc In principle. Surely tho So- UHl
clallst ought to bo grateful to tho UHl
Standard Oil people for helping their fliH
causo along. UH
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