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t BEAUTIES OF "MADAM
Society in this city and the sur
rounding country is loon to taste the
long deferred vocal melodic and pas
sionate orchestral sweets of Giaconio
J Puccini's fascinating Japanese grand
opera, "Madam lUittetlly." The woik
I is in three acts and has proven a sen
sational success in Em ope and Aiuer-
Y It is the newest contrihution bj
the com osir, who represents all that
is modern and progicsshe in the
Italian school of grand opera, to the
')! art-activity of the musical world, The
J delight this David among the com-
, posers of Italy gave this country in
" the hohemianly frolicsome, yet tender
melodies of "La lioheme," and tin.
i passion-swept music of "Tosca"
' bqth first introduced by Mr, Savage
is not forgotten.
).' Mr. Savage in his beautiful produc-
i tion of fascinating ' Madam Hutter-
il fly," has 'sought to make it a final
1 and convincing argument in favor of
. grand opera in English. With this
i object in view he has gathered a
corps of prima donnas possessing the
combined gifts of youth beauty and
voice. Without these charms Madam
lluttcrfiy would be i.o butterfly. In
John Luther Long's novel the dainty
little Japanese wife Cho-Cho-San,
around which theme Puccini has wov
en his music, is "just fifteen jeais
, old." She is described as pretty as a
picture on a fan, and she must sing
LOCAL PRESS SCINTILLATIONS
It was with great regret not only
among the newspaper men, but with
the general public that the news of the
t serious illness of Cartoonist Lovey
; was received from Nevada. Lovey
J is personally well liked by his asso
ciates, and by the public he is admired
for the cleverness of his sketches.
II is sickness was so serious that his
life was despaired of, but later ac
counts arc more encouraging and all
hope for his speedy rcovcry.
Lewis Becson lias had enough of
newspaper work and is now going
into the stock brokerage business!
where he cm make some money.
, Today he severs his connection with
the Descrct News and starts in the
new venture with Louis II. Gordon,
under the firm name of Gordon &
Mceson, The boys arc sorry to lose
him, but wish him all success in the
Saturday evening will be held the
annual press club banquet, which was
postponed awhile ago on account of
the death of Clinton B. Leigh, a
valued member of the club. Invita
, tions are in great demand. The ban
quet will be on the gridiron order
and everybody will be roasted in a
good natured way.
; Young Foley looked so downcast
J that the m.-'-kct-man asked why lie
carried such a long face.
"Fired," returned Foley, concisely.
t "Fired?' repeated the markctman.
"Give you any reason for doing it?"
"Yep," Foley said, with the air of
a martyr. "The boss said he was los
ing money on the things 1 was mak
ing." "Is that so? What were you mak
ing?" "Mistakes." 'Youth's Companion.
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Orphoum SAIT LAKE TH EATRESS
MOD&KN VAUDIVILLE Tut.day and Wednesday, March 19-20.
"'" .........". -. ....'........ Tjlc Qrar(j Opera Triumph of Two World J . 1
ALL NEXT WEEK u r e ,. v
----- Mr. Henry W. Savage offers hi3 new
PATRICE. NEW ENGLISH GRAND OPERA COMPANY
ssi,ted by hei own comp.inj In Pu:cini's Japanei: Operatic Masterpiece
in " X Year -, Dream. '
hickev nelson sm BUTTERFLY
In "Twisted pnd Tangled."
TULIUS TA'JMFN Dht.t from its record-br:aking season in New York.
Im.ersouator Stage 'Favorite,. Grand Opera Chorus and Orchestra of Co.
ETHEL MACDONOUGH ' PRICES
The Gill Behind the Drum. , r-i o i- . r 1 , , i- - 4h
I ower Moor. $300; 1'ir-t Circle (2 rows), $300; hirst Cir- V
MIETT"? nnr,1? AMn patq V.' '.J8,1-.-' " 2.50; Family Circle (1st row), $2.00;
Mlfcllb DOCd AND CATS Family Circle (last 3 rows), $1.50: Gillery (unreserved) $1.00.
In Educated Antic. NOTE: Mail order- from all points filled in order of rc-
, CLt t as IK;)r a , 0sjjc i(, location desired, if accumpauied by
THE KENCS 1 omittance, payable to Gcorg. D. Pypcr. Enclose stamped
The Mechanical Doll and Tad. -.Mf-addrcsed emelo.e for , roni t return of ticket,.
K I NO D R O M E ONE MERRY MUSICAL NIGHT
Motion I ictures.
Friday, March 15, 1907.
Every evening tec?pt Sum! i Vm- F Culhn Pre-nt3 the favorites
75. 0. 25 cents. l!o seats, $1. OSCAR L. RUTH
Matinees Daily F.seci t Sunday
and Mondaj oc, 25c an 1 to cents I " H n a R I i 1 1 1 s r
j FIGiViAN and WHITE
In Richard Carle's Operatic Comedy Success
Lyric theatre tenderfoot
Week Starting greatest musical triumph in years
Cf TMrjAV Exceptionally Large Company of over half
March 10th A 10 PEOPLE
Prices 25 cents to $ 1 .50 Sale opens Wednesday
Two Big Bills .
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
and Wodnesda.y f V
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Thursday, Frlday.ISatvirdjvy o.nd
V"1 BlV Many Utah people are getting rich. Do you 'know their
J,, LynilS pla,,? In ,nany mstanccs llcrc !t is: They commence by
7 laying aside a fixed pioportion of their income which
----- they deposit regularly in our savings hank, where it was
Prices, 10,20, 30 Cts. a,louci1 to accmm,liUc- You ca ln tl,c s'aic-
Matinees, 10 and 20 Cts.
matinees Utah Savings and Trust Company
Wed, and Saturday No. 160 Main Street,. Salt Lake City
'I HE BANK THAT PAYS FOUR PKR CENT