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title: 'Truth. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1901-1908, October 19, 1907, Page 10, Image 10',
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I 1 amusements'
H Salt Lake Theatre Ma tick fealy
Hi in "The Stronger Sex." Matinee to-
H day; performance tonight.,
H Orphcinn Vaudeville. Matinee to-
H day; performance tonight.
H Lyric Vaudeville. Matinee today;
H performance tonight.
H COMING ATTRACTIONS.
l Salt Lake Theatre "The Royal
H Chef," October 21, 22 and 23. vVcd-
H. ncsday matinee. Louis James, Oc-
H, tobcr 24, 25 and 26; Saturday mati-
H Orphcum Vaudeville.
H Lyric Vaudeville.
Wic will surely lose faith in the abili-
H ty of the eastern critic to judge of the
merits of a production if this t'.img
keeps up. "The Yankee Regent"
P came to the Salt Lake theatre the
fore part of the week, and proved a
h bitter disappointment, despite the
B certificate of good character given
H it by the critics of the effete cast,
H while "The Alaskan," which was con-
H dcmn'cd by the same crowd, was "all
H to the good," in the opinion of rcsi-
dents of this city. Barring a few
H specialties, "The Yankee Regent" is
H a very tame affair. There arc a few
H passable songs, notably "Childhood
H Days," by Clara Bcrger, who has a
H passable voice but is shy on acting
H qualities; "Dancing Sal," by Lyons
H and his sailors the sailors having the
M long cud of the honors; "Alary Jane,"
H by Elsie Herbert and chorus; "The
H Lillics in the Pond arc Not for Me,"
1 by Toby Lyons; and "The Wishes,"
M by Lyons, Collins, Smith and Bur-
H ton." The last named was probably
M the most popular song of the entire
m performance. A good deal of the
H work of the much advertised ioby
j Lyon was of the low comedian order,
Ht his "unfinished poems" being the
H best part of his performance. The
H chorus was in keeping with the rest
(of the company.
I- Mr. and Mrs. John T. Powers in
j their comedy skit "The Players," and
I the McLinn Brothers, horizontal bar
H artists, arc the favorites at the Lyric
H 1 this week in an array of vaudeville
H talent that is far above that of last
H week. John Walsh, "the man with
H the hod," has also been accorded a
H generous measure of applause from
m the Lyric patrons. Mabell Meeker,
H in a singing, dancing and acrobatic
fl contortion feat; Homer Long, bari-
M tone; Harland and Rollison, musical
B novelty artists, and the moving pict-
M ures, fill out the program, will ' is
m well worth seeing.
H Denman Thompson is back in New
Hii. York, playing in "The Old Home-
It is announced that the "Tom
Show," in which members of the Press
club won fame if not fortune, is to
be revived, the date being set for
December 5, and the Salt Lake Thea
tre, of course, the place where the
celebrated footlight artists will- hold
forth. New jokes and new songs
arc to be sprung upon the public for
the first time, the heavy men of the
company being John D. Spincer,
George D. Pypcr, John S. Critchlow,
II. A. Culmcr, Martin Mulvey, George
E. Carpenter, Ed. .Penrose, George
L. Gciger, M. F. Cunningham, Parley
P. Jensen and Tod Goodwin. It will
sure be worth the money.
"The Heir to the Iloorah," Paul
Armstrong's comedy, is booked for
May 29 and 30 at the Salt Lake ihca
trc. "Ebenezar Fry" is the title of the
latest New York song hit used by
Raymond Hitchcock in "A Yankee
Henry W. Savage is engaging sin
gers and comedians for another com
pany to appear in the operetta "The
"The Land of Nod" is breaking all
records for attendance in the South.
LOUIS JAMES' REPERTORY.
Louis James repertory at the Salt
Lake Theatre next week is as follows:
Thursday night, "Merry Wives of
Windsor." Friday and Saturday
evening, "The Comedy of Errors."
Saturday Matinee, "The Merchant of
THE ROYAL CHEF.
Oscar Ragland in his portrayal of
the role of the Rajah in "The Royal
Chef" which will appear at the halt
Lake theatre the first half of next
week, has received such favorable
comment on the role, and is so identi
fied with playing parts of royalty, that
i would be hard for him to assume
r.ny other role. In his many years on
the stage, ranging from heavy form
of the grand opera to the present
form of light opera, Mr. Ragland
has played no less than one hundred
and twelve sovereigns of different
regions and climes. He has played
everything from an Indian potcn'ate
to the ruler of a race on the moon
Mr. Ragland is of the Italian scnool
of operas and his great strength of
voice and character is shown to a
'marked degree in the second act.
A national coursing meet is
being held at Mindecn, N. Y., with
entries of dogs from fourteen states
and a fast lot of jack rabbits. The
nccs will continue two weeks.
WITH THE SPORTS.
The quail season opened Tuesday
morning, but we havn't heard of any
one getting "the limit" up to the
The U.' of U. football team has
played three games this season and
come out 'victorious 'each time. Sev
en more games arc scheduled for the
season, and the boys are confidently
expecting to make a clean sweep this
There will be no winter games be
tween the California state league
teams and the Major league clubs.
The California state league ii an
"outlaw" league and the "organized"
teams arc not permitted to play with
Eddie Quick, the blonde-haired
pitcher who performed on the Salt
Lake diamond in the days when we
had some r,sal base ball, has been
handed his release by the manage
ment of the San Francisco ball dub.
Quick was injured sime time ago
and has since been unable to pitch.
The world's pacing record for iwo-ycar-olds
was broken at Oklahoma
City, Ok. at the state fair racing
course by Slum Beauty, a gray filly,
owned and driven by Frank T. tea
mira of Ncwkirk, Ok. The mile was
made over a half-mile track in 2:194,
the previous record being 2:ioVs-
Battling Nelson has announced
that he has tin-canned Billy Nolan,
and will be his own manager in fut
ure. Bat has a meal ticket scrap
scheduled for Red Lodge, Mont., af
ter which he will go to Minat, S. D.,
where he has a bout framed up for a
small sized purse.
The main sporting event in Salt
Lake this week has been the Nation
al Coursing meet, which is scheduled
to last until November 2nd. Some
of the best dogs in the country arc
entered, and lovers of this kind ot
sport declare that the meet has been
a success up to the present time. A
good many people do not fancy this
class of sport, and one trip is enough
.for them, while there are many who
will not miss a meet if it is possible
for them to attend.
The Sal Lake bowlers opened the
season on Tuesday evening-., when
three remarkably good games were
played, the contesting- team being
the Business Men and Hanes' Colts..
The Colts took all three games, howl
ing a total of 2755, while the Business
Men scored 2613. A. W. Smith was
high man, with a total of 634, while
Mark Rccdall, who has a council
manic bee in his bonnet scored 620
for three games. Only one of the ten
men fell below the 500 mark Cap
tain Barrett, who had an unusual
amount of hard luck.
Herman Duryca, the wealthy
sportsman, has paid $15,000 for the
yearling colt Strike Out, by Griffin
Pillardcx, as the result of a fast Trial
by the horse at the Shccpshcad Bay
track recently. The horse went a
quarter in 22 2-5 seconds, and sev
eral horsemen who saw the trial,
among them Duryca, asked for a price
on the colt. Mr. Duryca secured the
The practice of "fanning out" base
ball players has been dealt a body
blow by the National Baseball com
mission by a decision of the com
mission to revise the rules governing
sales with options for recall of play- 4g
crs so as to provide that all such op
tions, in cither major or minor leagues
should be made by August 20 01
each year, and the players required
to report at once to the club oxcr
cising the option, with the further
provision that no club could enter
into such contract with options for
recall more than once for' the same
The marriage of Miss Luella M.
Spcnse and Bayard W. Mendennall
took place Wednesday evening at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Spcncc, on First North
street. The ceremony was performed
by Apostle O. F. Whitney and was
witnessed by the relatives and a few
close friends. Following the service
Mr. and Mrs. Spence were assiited
in receiving the guests by Mrs. E.
S. Ellerbcck, while Mrs. W. Scott
Weilcr, assisted by the Misses Ethel
and Alice Felt, served in the dining
room. Mir. and Mrs. Mcndcnhall
left on the late train for Ely, Ncv.'
where they will make their home.
Dr. O. M. Justice of Los Angeles,
who has been cast, arrived in the
city Thursday to be the guest for a
day or so of D. II. Pccry. Mr. Pcc
ry, who is somewhat improved in
health, will accompany him to the
coast for a stay of several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Fergus Coaltcr an
nounce the engagement of their "f
daughter Agnes M. to Joseph Mark
Golightly. The wedding to take
place December 4th.
The tourist section of the Ladies'
Literary club met Thursday morning
at the club house at 10:15. Mrs. By
ron Groo read a paper on "Saracenic
Art the Alhambra."
Mrs. Mary M. F. Allen and her
mother, Mrs. W. M. Ferry of Park U
City, arc visiting Mrs. George R. fy I
Elmer B. Jones and George T. 8
Odell left on Tuesday for the east to 1
be away a fortnight. I
Mrs. M. E. Carlton has gone to 1
New York for a three week's Stay. 1