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' I LAGER BEER & PORTER
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H ! m Special attention given to bottled
M'i ' beer for family trade. Free
M, -J m delivery to all parts of
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H J 74 E 8T FIRST SOUTH
H 9 PHONE 210. Jt
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' ,' ' . J Largest and Finest Dance Floor in the
H 1 '( ; West. Christensen's Full Orchcs-
Hi , tra in Attendance.
V ;.ij 8:00 p m.
H , f Spooial train of closed coaches, 60 ots
H ' - j round trip.
' m Dance Floor Enclosed.
H! Am Everybody invited. Good timo for all.
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H ' I AMUSEMENTS.
, 'I Snlt Lake Theatre Agricultural
M 'jj College Dramatic club In "She Stoops
H ,";I to Conquer" tonight.
B ;i j Grand theatre Anna Eva Pay.
M - Ji Utahna theatro Rollnod vaudeville,
H ' ; afternoon and night.
' Coming Attractions.
H : Salt Lako theatre "Rovelllb and
H it Taps," April 10-11; Dustln Fnrnum In
H ? "The Virginian," April 13-15.
M ' a Tonight the Agricultural Dramatic
H , club will appear at the Salt Lako tho-
-U . ; atro in "She Stoops to Conquor." It
M i , will bo the llrst time theso studont
H if thespians have broken into the met-
H ik ropolltan sanctuary. Heretofore these
H .1 Logan actors hnve peddled their his-
H . f trlonlc wares to less critical buyers.
H I ; B We should recelvo them kindly. For
H , ! jr my own part I extend the glad hand.
M . l Salt Lako Is too big a town to allow
H ', petty jealousies to warp Its hospl-
H 4 tality. Dellovo mo, you Cacho valloy
, ' f amateurs, I want to see ovoryono of
iyoii Conquor without Stooping.
Tho amount of music which Salt
Lake was required to asslmulato dur
ing tho past two weeks would pro
duco Indigestion In a much bigger
town. What' with grand opera, tho
pipings of Conrlcd songbirds, light
oporas, Instrumental and vocal con-
,-r certs, studio recitals, church musicals,
M . . M pupils trying out their voices and
H j ; Ij other pupils drumming on key-board
M 1 ',t what with all this and much more,
M ' ) ,i tho porcolnln ilguro of Apollo has been
'' i! ''$" dreadfully fractured. No wonder tho
M ' ; tpwn Is musically. grogy and Its box-
H. I ""'"JJ olllco knees are growing shaky.
H ) I. Surely tho umbrella-ears of ZIon
H j I could not weather another such do-
H j .W' luge this season.
H , Just as things woro reaching a ell-
' ' max, along came "Rod Feather" and
almost proved to be the feather that i
broke tho camel's back.
While nobody with finely spun ear
nerves 'will deny his tribute to the
canaries which Herr Conrlcd uncaged
in tho Tabernacle, there Is another
egg in tho nest which should bo count
ed. I refer to tho egg of puollclty
which has been hatching for six
weeks past, tho shell of which was i
broken last Tuesday night. That tho
attendance at the tabernacle was out
of all proportion to tho merits or the i
concert, out of all proportion to the
wide publicity given to the entertain-
'ment, can In no way detract from tho i
mntchless work of the local manager.
Tho advertising campaign which
preceded tho concert will stand as a i
monument to tireless effort and per
sistent energy. Tho manager wrapped
himself In tho robes of a high priest
and preached a crusade which will
forover lessen my opinion of Peter tho
Hermit. Tom Lawson may bo an au
thority on frenzied finance, but the
I)()3ton man Is out-distanced when it
conies to frenzied publicity. It wns I
no fault of the local advertising man
ager that tho Conrlcd songbirds found
no richly plumed box ofTice. Ho Is
entitled to wear tho opauletts of Gen
eral Publicity, oven though tho tabor- I
naclo benches groaned beneath a
weight of emptiness. Tho campaign I
seeds were lavishly sown, but the liar- I
vest was not gathered. Oh, tho sliamo
Among the thousands of Conference
visitors In town during tho week, tho
Utahna has had Its share of patrons.
Tho popular house every night la
standing 'em up nnd still they come
In bunches, droves and crowds. Mr
Gourloy has prepared a special Con
ference bill for his country patrons.
If one may judge of npplauso and tho
jam- at tho box office, the Utahna Is
doing a great work as llrst aid to (he
fun hunters. It has been noticed thnr
people who go to Utahna once, go
again. With a third visit, the habit
breaks out all over tho body and tho
person becomes hopelessly Utah
nlzed an Incurable disease.
If you haven't been to Utahna, when
you got back to the farm tho boys will
josh you. Just see if they don't.
Tho Utahna Stock company reports
big business on the road. Everywhere
in the state tho word "Utahna" is
becoming known as a synonym for the
best for tho money. The enterprise
of Mr. Gourloy Is not only being rec
ognized, but bringing results.
"The Red Feather," now wouldn't
that tickle you. Those of us who re
member "Robin Hood" by tho same
musical author, want to know what
Reggy was trying to do when he worn
feather hunting. Chnrles Cook, who
Is responsible for the lyrics, and
Charles Klien, who evolved the libret
to, should bo decorated with tho Order
of tho Fonther and told to sin no more.
Miss Grace Van Studdiford made a
bravo attempt to carry tho whole
show. She Is a beautiful stage Illus
tration of what an operatic star should
bo tho brightness and scintillation Is
all there. But her shoulders are not
broad enough to carry the trashy
weight of the "Red Feather," whose
buoyant lightness exists only In the
Imaginations of its composers. Tho
plot vailed just as frequently ns Miss
Van Studdiford changed her countess
gowns for the capo of tho bandit. And
wnsn't that quite enough? Harry
Davles, the soldier lover, should be at
once court-martialed. A falsetto ten
or Is regarded as contraband oven
among tho tin soldiers of light opera.
His arrest In the second act should
have been made permanent. The
chorus was gorgeously costumed nnd
tho stage settings were beautiful,
while tho male chorus in "tin cans"
will keep in nny climate.
The cast of "Reveille and Taps" has
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I FOR. SATURDAY
Hosiery and Knit 1
H Underwear at I
Reduced prices. I
If Ladies' Fine Black Cotton Hose, 15c and 25c B
H Ladies' Hose in Fancy Mixed
Colorings 35, 50 and 75c H
H Misses' Fine Ribbed Black Cotton Hose 15c and 25c
H Boys' hose, Extra Heavy Knee, Sole 1
H and Heal 15c and 25c 1
tHH niWe everything up-to-date in Ladies',
pi Misses', Boys' nnd Infants' Hosiery, in 1
jnjm black, white and tho new color effects. 1
H Ladies' Vests, Low Neck and No Sleeve, 1
II also Short Sleeve 10candl5c 1
Ij Ladies' Vests and Pants, in all Cuts 25c 1
H The prices named are all much lower than actual 1
11 values, as an examination will show. H
1 Sale From 6 to 9 p. m. Saturday. J