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I I g AMUSEMENTS g I
K Salt Lake Theatre Miss Lansing Ro-
wan In "Camllle," matinee today,
i Grand Theatre "Sweet Clover," mat-
i lneo today, performance tonight.
Lyric Theatre May Howard company,
weok heglnlng with matinee today.
Salt Lako Theatre "Duster Brown,"
Oct. 30-31; Nov. 1. "Prince of Pll
' sen," Nov. 2-4.
; ' It has been a long time since Salt
Lakers have seen Dumas' "Gamlllo."
Every emotional actress has a longing
to play "Lady Macbeth" or the weep
' - 111 lng lady of the Camllllas. Tho woman
JU with tho daggers seems to have gone
1 into dramatic retirement and loft tho
1 field open to her competitor. Tonight
at tho Salt Lako Thoatre, Miss Lans-
. . B lng Rowan will bo seen In tho difficult
' if role of "Camllle" her friends and ad
mirers say that she Is quite competent
I to play tho part. Miss Rowan's lead
ing man Is Harry Fahrnoy, whilo Jack
Connelly is said to make an Ideal
' Count do Varvlllo a stago Interpreta
tion which requires flno touches of
I r characterization. Mr. Connelly, wo
I I are assured, has played tho part with
Olga Nothersolo and Virginia Harned.
After such a flood of musical comedy
and more to follow "Camillo" should
bo a wolcomo diversion. Miss Rowan
will appear at tho matinee today and
performance tonight. Popular prices
prevail at both performances.
Mr. John S. Lindsay, tho veteran
actor, playwright and dramatic stu-
I (lent, has written an Interesting his-
' tory of tho stago In Utah, under the
title of "Tho Mormons and tho Thoa-
! tre." It shows a careful study of tho
subject and a search through old and
, forgotten theatric loro. Beginning
' away back in tho year 1850 three
1 years after tho advent of tho pioneers
I Mr. Lindsay Interestingly traces tho
I current of theatrical events embraced
. within tho past fifty years. Mr. Llnd-
'', say writes in a graceful, happy vein
and handles his subject matter so en-
tertainlngly as to enlist the reader's
'- attention from first to last.
Himself an actor of long standing
f" and experience, his criticism and estl-
1 mate of footlight celebrities, who from
time to timo appeared upon tho local
4 stage, are valuablo and Instructive.
'f Mr. Lindsay Is to bo congratulated for
i having taken up tho scattered threads
of an entertaining subject and woven
them into a bright historical pattern.
To tho student of tho drama, to thoso
who would peep behind tho scenes of
i- long ago, Mr. Lindsay has rendered a
', . gracious service. Every theatre-goer
wfc in the State should get a copy of "The
- jt' Mormons and the Thoatre."
i .,! Mr. John S. Lindsay, in his history
r of tho Utah stago, makes tho follow-
tS H ing declaration: "Salt Lako has tho
B I enviable distinction of being tho best
show town of Its population in tho
8 United States, and when wo say that
we may as well say In tho whole
world." Now, at first blush, that may
appear extravagant, but anybody who
( takes tho trouble to examine into tho
matter will find that Mr. Lindsay is
not wldo of tho truth. San Francisco,
with flvo times our population, has
less than threo times as many thea
tres; Denver, with twice our popula
tion, hns only a third moro theatres,
whilo Omaha, with double our popula
tion, has no moro theatres than wo
Building operations are being hur
fried .oh "tho .Orphoum. Rush orders
have been given and everywhere one
sees an air of activity and hustlo. But
just when tho now houso will bo
thrown open is not known, oven to
tho contractor. A theatre like tho Or
phoum in Salt Lako is pretty good evi
dence of tho theatrical Importance of
tho town In fact, Salt Lako will bo
the smallest city to have a theatre llko
tho Orphoum. Tho people behind tho
venture did somo careful, conservative
figuring before they put their money
Into tho house. They reached tho con
clusion that Salt Lako was a big, ripe
apple, waiting to bo plucked.
"Tho Girl from Kay's" was an exhi
bition of show girls in gowns. Just
where all tho costumes camo from is
a dressmaker's secret, nor may tho
milliner betray her trust and tell us
whence camo tho skypleces. They
were all there in bewildering quantity.
Sometimes I think that Johnny, the
Oil King must bo behind somo of these
shows, paying tho fiddler, while tho
dressy finery Is dancing. Such shows
however, appeal only to tho circus
minded and thoso to whom nature has
given heads as empty as toy balloons.
In so far as tho Girl was anything but
diverting, she might just as well have
been tho Girl from Kays-vllle. But
why quarrel with musical comedy?
Does It not jingleth tho coin into the
box-office, and bulgeth with enlarge
ment tho pocket of the manager? Re
tiro, then, ye. caustic critics, into the
gloom of your own despondency! With
Ophelia, get you to a nunnery or any
other old plnco.
Llttlo "Buster Brown" and his dog,
"Tige," are next week's attraction at
tho Salt Lako Theatre. "Buster," a
living picture production of tho car
toons which mado Outcault famous, is
a musical comedy with snap, ginger
and all manner of live-wire situations
'tis said. Tho comedy, which abounds
In now and catchy songs and Buster
endeavoring to got his mother Into
awkward situations, affords an induce
ment to laughter to get busy. The
usual quantity of show girl In fetch
ing costumes, together with the fun
niest make-bellovo of a dog Tige
aro only a fow of the many things
promised in "Buster Brown."
Following "Buster Brown," tho
"Prlnco of Pllsen" holds his royal
court for three nights, November 2-4.
Surely next week Is one of lilt and
lightness at tho Salt Lako Theatre.
Mrs. Martha Roylo King gave tho
first of her musicales since returning
from New York last Thursday evening.
Thoso who were fortunate enough to
receive invitations were given a rare
Madame Le Mar. better known here
as Bcnlta Sabin Somers-Cocks, has
become famous in England as an ora
torio singer. Sho is now In this coun
try to fill a Now York engagement to
sing in oratorio, covering most of tho
winter. Beforo beginning this work
sho will pay a visit of a fow days to
her former homo in Salt Lake, and
has been persuaded to glvo a recital
whilo hero. During tho years of her
resldonco hero, Mrs. Somers-Cocks
mado many warm friends and count
less admirers of her beautiful voice,
all of whom will bo delighted at tho
opportunity of hearing her sing again.
Her clear enuncintlon and sympathetic
rendering of all her solos have
charmed Mrs. Somers-Cocks' audi
ences on both sides of tho Atlantic.
Sho will bo heard In tho First Con
gregational church Thursday night,
HARRY LE GRANDE.
WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER.
A recent issue of tho Tribune has
this question: "What have tho Mor
monized 'Republican' or tho Mormon
Ized 'Democratic parties to offer this
city as an Inducement why tho people
should elect their candidates to tho
control of Its municipal affairs?" A re
construction of this question to make
it conform to actual conditions tho
Republicans having practically con
trolled municipal as well as State af
fairs for a long period of years makes
it read: "What has tho Republican
party to offer this city as an Induce
ment why tho people should elect their
candidates?" Wo can now take tho an
swer from tho columns of this same
Issue of tho Tribune. Hero it is:
"Tho sugar factories of this State
will probably make somothlng like
thirty thousand tons of sugar. And
that sugar will be of first-class qual
ity." "Tho mines aro in excellent condi
tion, putting out their regular hair
million dollars a week. They are fa
mous all over tho Investing world ns
good things to put money into. Tho
smelting facilities of this great smelt
(Oontlnued on pago 11)
We must have more water than we
have and our supply must be taken
better care of than before.
WM. J. LYNCH.
Mrs. Benlta Sabin Somers-Cocks
will, be the guest of Mrs. L. Charles
Miller' for a fow days. Sho will ar
rive Tuesday, October 31, and remain
until after her recital, Thursday even
ing, November 2. All friends of Mrs.
Somers-Cocks will bo most welcome at
Mrs. Miller's home during that time.
The people must have water, not
only for culinary purposes, but for
their lawns and shrubbery.
WM. J. LYNCH.
Utah's slanderers openly exposed.
Send 10 cents to V. S. Peet, G73 Sev
enth street, Salt Lako City, for a
An adequate water supply, and that,
too, by next summer.
WM. J. LYNCH.
Try Shepaid & Co., on collections.
They get tho money.
A WILLING WORKER
Money Is always ready to earn you
more money when given tho opportun
ity. Wo furnish the opportunity. Per
haps you had better ask about it.
UTAH SAVINGS & TRUST CO.,
(In the heart of the business district.)
W. S. McCornick, President.
John J. Daly, Vice President
Heber M. Wells, Manager.
160 South Main St
Every man owes it to himself and
lis family to master a trade or pro
osslon. Read the display advertise
ncnt of the six Morso Schools of Tel
egraphy, in this lssuo, and learn how
aslly a young man or a lady may
earn tolegraphy and bo assured a position.
Probate and Guardianship Notices.
(Consult County Clerk or Respective
Signers for Further Information.)
In tho District Court, Probate Division,
in and for Salt Lako County, State
In the matter of tho Estate and Guar
dianship of Stephen B. Newman,
Harry Newman and Clinton Do Witt
Newman, Minors. NOTICE.
The petition of Cassandra C. New
man, tho Guardian of tho persons and
tho estates of tho above named Min
ors, praying for an order of salo of
real property of said Minors, and that
all persons interested appear before
the said Court to show cause why an
order should not bo granted to sell so A
much ns shall bo necessary, of tho fol- V
lowing described real estate of said
Minors, to-wlt: Lots 1 and 2 and SE.
it of NW. i of Sec. 25, Twp. 1 S., R.
4 West S. L. M;, being situated within
Tooele County, "Utah, has been set for
hearing on Saturday the 11th day of
November A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock a.
m., at tho County Court Houso, In tho
Court Room of said Court, in Salt
Lake City, Salt Lako County, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said Court,
with tho seal thereof affixed, this 2Cth
day of October, A. D. 1905.
J. U. ELDREDGE, JR.,
By W. H. FARNSWORTH,
Deputy Clerk. t
C. S. PRICE,
Attorney for Guardian.
W. H. BRAMEL, Attorney.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Lester H. Gilbert, Deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at his of
fice, Commercial Block, Salt Lako
City, Utah, within four months after
the first publication of this notice.
CHARLES S. LINCK,
Administrator with Will Annexed of
the Estate of Lester H. Gilbert,
Date of first publication, October 28,
W. H. BRAMEL,
Attorney for Administrator.
Auerbach Block, City.
A. L. Hoppaugh,
In tho District Court of tho Third
Judicial District, in and for Salt Lake
County, State of Utah.
Georgo W. Lambourno, Plaintiff, vs.
Edward W. Jones, Hester F. Jones,
Ester A. Jones, E. W. Jones, and tho
unknown successors In interest and
heirs of Edward W. Jones and all
other persons unknown who claim any
Interest in tho property herein de-.
scribed, Defendants. Summons.
Tho State of Utah to the said De
fendants: You aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after tho service
of this summons upon you, If served
within tho county in which this action
Is brought; otherwise, within thirty
days after service, and defend the
above entitled action; and In case or
your failure so to do, judgment will
bo rendered against you according to
tho demand of tho complaint, which
within ten days after tho service of
this summons upon you will bo filed $
with tho clerk of said court.
A. L. HOPPAUGH,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
P. O. Address: 1G2 South Main st,
Salt Lako City, Utah.
To tho unknown heirs of Edward
W. Jones, Hester F. Jones, Ester A.
Jones and E. W. Jones, and to the un
known successors In title, purchasers
and creditors of Edward W. Jones,
Hester F. Jones, Ester A. Jones and
E. W. Jones, and all other persons un
known who claim any interest in the
property herein described:
Take notice that a complaint has
been filed with tho Clerk of tho Dis
trict Court of tho Third Judicial Dis-
trict, in and for Salt Lako County, -State
of Utah, in an action in which
the foregoing summons was Issued and
entitled, and tho substance of tho al-