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J truth: I
i work is of the most artistic kind.
, The Kinodromc pictures and Mr.
i Weihc's Orchestra arc sure to keep
flu the place in popular favor they have
Bl won in the past.
PH SONG SERVICE.
Jg Prof. Chas. Kent and some of his
pupils will give a song service Sun-
9H day evening, December 1st, at the
B 12th Ward Chapel, 4th East between
9H First and Second South.
BH Commencing at 6:30.
B Following is the program:
flB Anthem Ward Choir
B I Need Thee Lowry
B Prof. Kent's Male Chorus.-
B Sweet Spirit hear my Prayer, (Wal-
rm Myrtle Brown.
II Jesus Lover of My Soul (Macdougall)
!HE Ivor Brind.
B Come Unto Me Lindsay
B Gladys Whitehead.
BB Glory For Me Sankcy
BM Prof. Kent's Male Chorus.
SB The Good Shepherd Barrl
jflfl Edna. Morris.
SB The Mighty Deep Jude
Bfl Carl Weenie.
SB Ora Pro Nobis Piccolomini
flH Lillian Branning.
BA Courage Pctlrie
9H Mclvin Peterson.
H The Lost Chord (Sullivan)
HE Mrs. Beatrice Thomas.
HJI The public is cordially invited.
JB( Nearer to Thee Parke
jHJ Prof. Kent's Male Chorus.
jfl FORGOTTEN STAGE LINES.
BJ Mason on the Wrong Track.
jflj An amateur playing Cheviot Hill,
IB i" Gilbert's Engaged, was taken with
jflj stage fright and forgot his lines in
jfl t,c first important situation, where
Bj 1C s supposed to ask Simpcrson, the
father, for the hand of his daughter
B '" carriage. Everything centered on
B tnat one speech.
H Cheviot stood, open-mouthed, vac-
Hj ant eyed, and could think of nothing
on earth to say. But Simperson,
more collected, suavely broke, in, "I
sec by your face, my boy, thai you
want to ask for the hand of my
daughter in marriage. Take her;
Rather hard on the daughter's sen
sibilities, but the ready wit of it saved
Well, a veteran would have been in
agony over a situation like that, for
the veteran, unlike the amateur, has
a professional reputation, and feels
obligated "to live up to his blue chi
na." A danger as great as bridging over
forgotten lines is the transposing of
a young amateur, of the Baltimore
Wednesday club, who came on for 1
sentimental scene with the lady play
ing his sweetheart, and began: "Lee
us retire within this nosey cook."
It is useless to try to clear up a
slip like that by correcting your
self, for it only calls attention to the
disaster. Better let the people doubt
their own sense of hearing as at fault.
To go back is to court trouble. Yet,
in a long run, when the piece goes
like a thing of mechanism, these ver
bal twists arc likely o happen.
Jack Mason, now with Mrs. Fiske,
was once playing in a piece with me
when his false entrance got us both
into trouble, and gave me a busy five
His dressing-room was on the op
posite side of the stage to the one
where he had to make his entiance.
The call-boy like the famed bell-boy
who said, "If you are the gentleman
to lake the six-o'clock train, it's six
thirty," got Mason started behind
Meanwhile, I was trying to hold
the scene. Looking toward the side
he was supposed to enter, and won
dering at the delay, I started in to
"There he is!" I began. "He is
coming this way! No, he has stop
ped!" It seemed to me like ten minutes
that I kept this thing up, when I
heard a roar from the audience.
There stood Mason back of me. He
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had come on a run from his dressing
room, and, fearing to take the time
to cross behind the scenes, to get his
proper entrance, had rushed in at the
first onc he came to.
Not wishing to be tipped any hard
er than I could help, I caught him
by the arm and said, "Come, look at
that man coming toward us!"
Mason said, under his breath, "Are
"Isn't that a remarkable case?"
I kept on. "The man, the onc com
ing toward us, he is your double!"
The audience, catching the joke of
it, burst into laughter and then ap
plauded. WILTON LACKEYE
Mrs. Emanual Kahn.and her sister
Miss Rosina Cohen, arc back from
New York and arc again a home at
678 East Brizham street.
The Sewing club was entertained
Wednesday afternoon by Miss Win
nifred Lynn at the Lynn residence
on Fourth East street.
After a visit of several weeks In
Salt Lake with relatives and friends,
Miss Hannah Le Compte has return
ed to her home in Park City.
Miss Mignon spent Thanksgiving M
with Miss Rac Campbell at Logan. M
Madame Worms and her daughter M
arc now at home with Miss L. L. M
Williard on Brigham street. M
Mrs. William Kiscr has issued cards
for a bridge tea to be given on HJ
Thursday, Dec. 5, to meet Mrs. Max- H
well R. Brothers. HJ
Miss Elizabeth Craig of Rawlins, BJ
Wyo., is spending Thanksgiving in BJ
Salt Lake, the guest of Miss Mabel H
and Mary Grey. BJ
Mrs. J. M. Reynolds is back from H
Iowa Falls, la., where she was cal- BJ
led by the illness and death of her BJ
father, Rev. D. S. Rowc. H
A number of men of the Univcr- H
sity club gave a stag dinner Wcdnes- BJ
day evening at the Knutsford, the H
affair being arranged as a prc-nup- H
tial event for David Taylor, who left H
Friday for Portland to be married.
The dinner preceded the dance at BJ
the University club, the men going ' BJ
later tp the ball. BJ
A big social event will be the bal fl
masque, to be given Wednesday cv- B
cning, Dec. 11, at Unity hall, for fl
which invitations were issued Wed- B
nesday last. The affair is to be giv- j fl
en by Mrs. W. H. Cunnningham, Mrs. , fl
Ashby D. Cleveland, Mrs. William 1 fl
Reid, Mrs. June Donnell, Mrs. Clif- ' I
ford R. Pcarsall, Mrs. Robert J. , fl
Glendinning, Mrs. L. L. Terry, Miss 1 I
Jasmine Young, Miss Margaret Mil- fl
ler and Miss Addie Zane. I I