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title: 'Truth. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1901-1908, November 30, 1907, Page 7, Image 7',
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H W. HARTLttY, MOR. BBLL PHONE 1470
COLLCCTION AT'ENOro TO PROMPTLY
4 ANYWHtnC CVEHYWHCnC
I THE NATIONAL COLLECTION AGENCY
I 334 ATLA5 BLOCK
J Salt Lake City, Utah
" BIND IN YOUR WI REMIT AS SOON AS COLLECTED
CLAIMS , OIVE US A TRIAL
J. SOLOMON & SON IND. PHONC 043
THE SOL'S BAR
FINEST HOT LUNCHES IN CITY
' CATERS TO THE BEST OF TRADE
CALL AND INVtST'QATC OUR COOOS
"THtATRCS SURROUND US'
304 SOUTH STATE ST., SALT LAKE CITY
SULLIVAN & G0NS1D1NE
R. P. HERRICK, Res. Manager.
R. A. GRANT, Gen'l Manager.
The Moore Stock Co , direction
Frederick Moore, offering
"GET THE LYRIC HABIT"
NEVADA STATE GAZETTEER
" AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
It will contain an accurate business
directory of every city, town and vil
lage in the state. A descriptive sketch
of each place will be given, embrac
ing various items of interest. Lists
of government and county officers
will also be included in the work, as
well as census statistics, hotels, news
papers, terms of courts, postoffices,
express and telegraph offices, etc. An
important feature will be the classi
fied directory, giving every line of
business, arranged under its special
heading. Garatteer per copy, $6oo.
Advertising rates on application.
R. L. POLK & CO.,
W. V. Cooper, Sec. and Mgr.,
I 617-630 Dooly Building-
FORGOTTEN STAGE LINES.
Miss Dressler's Jailer.
My first chance to sing a part came
while I was in the chorus of Offen
bach's La Pcrichole. In those days
none of us even knew the color of
money, except the manager, for no
body was getting any salary. In the
company was an old German called
Carlsbad at least, that was the name
that clung 10 him and Carlsbad was
bitter at the close money market.
He was utility man, and as chief
speech spoke three lines as the jailer
But those three lines, as I heard
them night after night, seemed very
important. And Carlsbad was very
important, too, when he said them.
One night, the prima donna ill,
I was cal'cd from the ranks to re
place her. The beginning and the
end of my idea of a prima donna
was fine clothes. I thought with
tli.m on I would be beautiful, tho
I have learned better since, and that,
when I came out into the search
light, the whole audience would fall
in a faint. But they didn't. Present
ly, I got over the surprise, for their
was plenty to do; but Carlsbad had
a worse one in store for me.
He was always what nice people
who sleep with the dictionary under
their pillows might call "somnolent.''
and it was not from tea. That night
he needed rest more than usual. Be
ing in the way, somebody put him into
a wardrobe trunk and carelessly for
got all about him. On I came for
the scene with Carlsbad's long spcec'.i
in the prison.
The tenor, as prisoner, lay on the
straw. My line was, "Jailer is he
violent?" His reply ran, "Oh, nol
but should he make any attempt,
three strong men will chain him to
I waited, but there was no jailer
there to talk to.
Suddenly, behind the scenes, there
found Carlsbad and were getting him
vias an awful thtimpj. They had
out of the trunk. But I didn't know
that then. On he flew. Somebody
had thrust his lantern into one hand,
and his bunch of keys into the other.
"Jailer is he violent?" I asked.
But Carlsbad only blinked; he was
getting over the shock.
There I stood, trying to look like
"Jailer, is he violent?" I repeated.
Carlsbad found his tongue. "I
don't know," he shouted, "and I
don't care I"
That wasn't all he said, oh, dear
nol for he was talking about salar
ies and the manager. It was shorr,
When he stopped I didn't know
who I was or what I was playing.
Now, I could talk a whole book if a
thing like that happened. But that
was my first appearance as a "star,"
and it ended just there, for the cur
tain was rung down.
All Trimmed Millinery and all
Untrimmed Shapes, wil' se sold
Monday and week, at
All Millinery Trimmings, including
Plumes, Monday and all week, at
Two Days Only
Entire line of Children's Coats, 6
to 14, regular $600 to $25 00, Mon
day and Tuesday only, at
25 PER CENT OFF
One lot of Children's Coats, 8 to
14, regular $7.50 to $35 00, Monday
and Tuesday only, at
Mrs. George C. Moore entertained
Wednesday afternoon at bridge for
Mrs. H. T. Cleaver. Three tables
were played, and prizes wcr awarded
to Mrs. James E. Jennings, Mrs.
Frank Swindler and Mrs. Charles.
An informal tea followed the game.
Mrs. Moore gives two more bridge
affairs next week.
The marriage of Miss Edith
Maynes and Milton G. Wilson took
place Wednesday evening at the home
of the bride's parents. The cere
mony was performed by Richard W.
Young, and only the relatives were
present. Later a reception was given
to the young people, who will be at
home after Dec. 1, at 17s G street.
The dance given Wednesday even
ing at the University club was a suc
cessful affair in every particular The
decorations and appointments were
The guests were received in the
library, where a number of the offi
cers of the clubs and their wives
greeted them. A frw out-of-town
men of the various college fraternit
ies were especially honored guests,
and at the same time the affair was in
the nature of an annual reunion. A
buffet supper was served in the smal
ler dining room.
Advanced Vaudiville I
ALL NEXT WEEK I
And the Oiiginal "Maud." H
One of the greatest laughing hits M
in Vaudeville. H
JAMES & SADIE LEONARD & I
In the Hysterical Travesty "When M
Caesar's Her" M
EMMA FRANCIS & ARABS H
Whirlwind Dancers and Athlcts M
GEO AUSTIN MOORE I
In Character and Negro Songs M
TIVOLI QUARTETTE I
Soloists and Harmonists H
ALLEN WIGHTMAN I
Clay Modeler and Pastel Painter M
KINODROME-Motion Pictures I
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA. I
Every Evening (except Sunday)' H
75c, 5c, 25c. Box seat, $1.03 H
Matinees Daily (except Sunday H
and Monday), 50c, 25c, 10c. Box H
seat, 75c. H
Established 1064 W. P. KISER, Mgr. H
LASER BEEFS and I
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Special attention given to bot-
tied Beer for Family Trade. H
Free Delivery to All parts H
i the city. M
74 E. First South St
Phone 'J 18.
CTIinV TnE ORIGINAL SCHOOL Instnio.
U I U U I "on 1y Ula" adapted to everyone.
m w mm m Kecognlzed by courts and educators.
""" Kxperienced and competent Instruct-
3 ors. lakes spare time only, Three M
I QW lege, rrepares for practice. Will
mmw better your condition and prospects Bfl
mmm In business. Students and graduates M
everywhere. Full ,
shs particulars and f 4 1 sB
AT special offer BMJ J
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