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51 ITsuoh constant rehearsal that
bMrnBr"ant Young, the author of the
v Is confident In assuring the pub
Slot a smooth and careful presents
L Everything possible has been
one without sparing trouble or ex
pense to make the play an ungual!
K i a',ircess. While the cast is not
"fnVssional I it has been carefully so
F MPd so as to avoid as nearly as pos
'ihf the conventional faults of the
notour Special scenery, including a
Production of the famous heights of
ftokout mountain, electrical effects
Ind everything productive of a mill
Sy atmosphere, have been lavishly
Slled Company H of the National
rnard will take part In the play, in
cluding some fancy drill evolutions
especially gotten up for the occasion.
The Utahna will give a special con.
cert tomorrow evening for the benelit
of conference visitors.
Following "Revelle and Taps" next
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with
Saturday matinee, "The Virginian"
appeals at the Salt Lake theatre. It
SJ3JSIAV "3A0 jo uonBznuimui' V S)
well known cow-boy story of the same
" in Now York "The Virginian" was
so out of the ordinary play to which
Broadway was accustomed, that the
effeminate easterners were at once
Impressed with the virility or the
story and the close to nature ntmo
sphere of Its surroundings. It is said
lhat the spirit and essential character
of the book have been retained, to
gether with its dramatic situations
and strong character delineation. In
the company are two actors well
Itnown to Salt Lake; Dustin Farnum,
In the title role, whom we remember
as Lieut. Denton in "Arizona," and
Frank Campeau, whose finished art as
"Tony" in the same play, is still
pleasantly remembered. As nearly
everybody here has read "The Vir
ginian," curiosity to see the play may
lie counted on to fill the house.
Lionel Barrymore will soon be hero
In Augustus Thomas' latest comedy,
"The Other Girl." It has not been
long since we say Lionel's brother,
lack Barrymore, and his sister, Ethel,
who was here in "Cousin Kate." Wo
shall anxiously await the comipg of
the third member of the famous trio
HARRY LB GRANDE.
ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NOTES.
Mrs. Alfred Forman of Bingham Is
In town for a few days.
Dr. and Mrs. M. R. Stewart enter
tained informally Thursday evening.
Mrs. George A. Becker of Ogden Is
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. George For
rester. & C
Miss Helena Harrison of Evanston
is a guest of Dr. and Mrs. M. A.
Miss Jennie Jones of Provo Is In
the city visiting her aunt, Mrs. M. B.
C. H. Doollttlo has taken the Bene
dict house at 1315 East Brlgham street
for a time.
Miss Vera McBrido was the guest
or the week of her grandmother, Mrs,
r. M. Lyman.
Mrs. Russell L. Tracy left yester
day morning for a visit with relatives
Mrs. William Bartllng will give a
luncheon next Tuesday at her home
"n North State street.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Eggleston of Lara
mie, Wyo., are in tho city, guests of
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Pease.
Mrs. Warren C. Bogue sailed Wed
nesday morning on tho steamer Ryn
dam from New York for Paris
Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Ferry enter
tained at a dinner Friday evening for
Mrs. W. H. Borah of Boise.
Mrs. Edward C. Parsons and Mrs.
Sarah McChrystal left Thursday for a
stay of some weeks in San Francisco
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Palmer have
moved from their homo on First street
and will spend tho summer on their
farm southeast of Salt Lake.
Leslie Savage of Now York, who
has spent tho past few weeks with
Judge and Mrs. C. C. Goodwin, left
Thursday for his home.
Mr. and Mrs. IL G. Brockmnn gave
a dinner at tho Emery-Holmes Thurs
day evening In compliment to Mr. ana
Mrs. W. H. Do Wolf of Beaver, who
are at tho Wilson.
The Juniors of tho University ban
queted the Seniors at the Emery
Holmes Friday evening. Tho Seniors
number about twenty, and the Juniors
about forty, so tho affair was quite
The' Ladles' Aid society of tho First
Presbyterian church gave a dinner
Friday evening from C 8 o'clock in
tho church parlors. It was tho last
event of tho kind which will occur in
the old church, tho congregation be
ing about to move to tho now building
on Brlgham street.
The Current Literature and Current
Events section of tho Ladles' Literary
club met Friday afternoon. Mrs. W.
R. Richardson addressed the members
on General Lew Wnllace. Miss A.
Buchanan gave a review of Sarah A.
Tooley's "Life of Florence Nightin
gale." The Herald of Friday had tho fol
lowing special dispatch from Los An
geles amounting to an announcement
of the engagement of William
P. O'Meara of this city to Miss Mc
Cormlck, a charming young lady of
"Although it is not yet formally an
nounced, friends of Miss Kitty Mc
Cormick, niece of tho well known
railroad contractor, Patrick J. McCor
mick, have been let Into tho secret of
her engagement to W. P. O'Meara, a
wealthy mining man of Salt
Lake City. Miss McCormick is a
beautiful girl of the true Irish typo,
with soft dark hair, deep violet eyes
and tho delicate skin for which Irish
beauties aro noted. She lives with
her wealthy uncle at 90C South Bon
nie Brae street, this city, and is pop
ular In society circles in which she
moves. Tho dato for tho wedding has
not yet been set, but It will probably bo
in June. The couple, after their mar
riage, will make their homo In Salt
E. W. WILSON GOES TO SAN FRAN
CISCO. Although his many friends will re
gret his leaving the city, not ono of
thorn will fail to congratulate E. W.
Wilson, cashier of the Commercial Na
tional bank, who has jusb been elected
vlco president of the American Na
tional bank of San Francisco, and who
will depart for the sccno of his new
duties as soon as his position hero is
filled. Tho Institution which will
profit by the services of Mr. Wilson
has a capital stock of one million and
deposits of over four millions, and Is
made up of some of tho wealthiest
men in tho Golden Gato. The-place
to which tho Salt Laker has been
elected Is a high salaried ono. Mr.
Wilson will leave hero about tho 15th
to assume his now duties and the best
wishes of a great majority of tho peo
ple go with him.
Extreme Degrees of Heat.
A temperature of 1.000 degrees or
5,000 degrees, cm ho produced only
between the cnrlion points of an elec
tric arc light. The next hottest place
In the world Is tho crucible of nn
Tho Kongo Is one of the widest
waterways on tho globe, If not tho
finest. It Is twenty-five miles across
in parts, so that vessels may piuss ono
another and yet bo out of sight.
Hard to Find.
The Alnbiuiiii man who klsncd an
unwilling woman and was sent to Jail
for assault might appeal to a jury
of iHikisscd women If twclvo could
be found In his county.
An Age of Skepticism. M
"Some oh desc hynh young folks," Bfl
thundered Parson Blnck, "am glttin' so
dcy doan' b'llevo mi 111 n' at nil. Why, Bfl
I wiiz shocked do odder day to hcah M
ono ol (loin say ho didn't b'llob it am Bfl
bad luck to walk tinner n ladder!" Bfl
Beaten Egg and Coffee. H
They say this Is tho best sort of an Bfl
Invitation to tho nppctltc. Whip an Bfl
egg to a froth, put into tho coffco Bfl
cup, turn tho coffeo over It slowly, Bfl
stirring during the time, and season ns Bfl
usual with suuar and cream.
Pork Pie Inflicts Injuries. M
A resident of Woking, Englnnd,
sued a local linker "for Injuries sub- H
tallied by eating n pork pic." He lost '
his suit, hut tho Incident is hailed aa H
a I'licering precedent. BB
UTAHNA THEATRE I
Week Commencing April I Ox I9Q5. H
Howard aud Campbell H
Tho World's Greatest Ariel Act.
Mulvey and Ward H
Uomcdy Skotch Team i Bfl
The Germain Bros.
Acrobats ' pH
The Hendersons H
Comedy Mimical Act BH
Fred Watters H
Black Faco Uomodian Bfl
Illustrated Song Moving Pictures H
Matinee Every Afternoon. Admission I O and 20 cents, t H
GRAND SCENIC PRODUCTION I
The Stirring' War-Drama M
"Reveille and Taps" I
By Brian t Stringham Young' M
MO?uDEAsYDaAnY APRIL 10 and II I
Benefit of G. A. R. I
100 PEOPLE ON THE STAGE 100 ,1
Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 I
Scat Sale begins Saturday April 8, H
Grand Street Parade, Monday April 10, at 11;30 A. M.
ELI AS MORRIS & SONS CO. I
NHW AND BEAUTIFUL CONSIGNMENT JUfT RMRrV)