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A DIFFICULT DANCE, IN "THE LAND OF NOD."
Henrietta Crossman, the actress,
and Iter husband, Maurice Campbell,
have filed petitions in bankruptcy.
The actor's season ordinarily con-
Isists , of thirty-eight to forty-two
weeks. This means that if the play
pleases and his salary keeps going.
His contract states that he is en
gaged for a season, but the number
of weeks is seldom stipulated by 'the
managers, since the reception of the
play is always a matter of doubt.
The season may mean one day, one
. week, or one theatrical year. He
must take his chances.
If is said that by the failure of
"The Christian Pilgrim" the manage
ment loses something in the neigh
borhood of $50,000. Eight other ex
periments of the season which hav
proven failures, make a total loss to
the backers of the different unsuc
cessful productions of $162,000. Veri
ly, all is not easy sailing for the the
MOST ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM.
" " At the Orphcum this week's offer
ing promises to be the season's most
attractive program, with Viola Pratt
Gillette, Geo. McFarlane, Ray L.
Roycc, Flo Adler, The Two Lorct
tos, Kathleen De Voic, Burton &
Brooks, The Kinodrome and the Or
chestra on the bill.
As headlines, Viola Pratt Gillette
and Geo. McFarlane appear in "A
Little Musical Nonsense." Miss Gil
lette needs no introduction, she is a
Utah girl who has won fame and laur
els both at home and abroad, not only
for her gift as a singer, but it is claim
ed that she is one of the most beau
tiful women on the American stage.
She is true" delight to both ear and
eye. Mr. McFarlane and Miss Gil
'lctte were both stars in the celebrated
"The Girl and the Bandit" opera Co.,
and their offering is much more than
the name ind'eates; it is a genuine
treat and both are assured an oyation
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-r-rNext comes -Mr: Ray T2 Roycef who
.will perhap'B-be -better remembered
for .-tils'. 4ong' and -successful -engage-
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ment as the "Old Organist" in "York
State Folks," is a recent acquisition
of advanced vaudeville. The "Act"
presented by Mr. Royce is entirely
different from any other on the
American stage. The dramatic critic
of the conservative Boston Trans
cript, in speaking of him says: "It is
no exaggeration to say his art is per
fect." As a singer of popular songs Flo
Adler is said to have no superior and
very few equals.
For variety's sake the Two Lorct
tos, eccentric acrobats, ptomisc to
furnish ample amusement for lovers
of the difficult and spectacular in ac
A decided novelty is what the man
agement claim for the act of Kath
leen De Voie. She is a dancing mon
dlogist, and in addition to a new line
of "gags" that are great mirth pro
vokers, she fits into1 her talk some
original foot work and dancing that
is in a class all by itself.
Burton & Brooks have a comedy
sketch, entitled "The Limit." Those
who have seen this sketch say that
there is no limit to the laughter and
levity it produces from the audience.
II is probable the V. E. Samuci
son, the "Pride of Provo," will 53
to Kansas City to compete in tb-six-day
bicycle race. Jack Prince is
managing the affair, and has made
Sammy an offer, which the speedy
rid.r is considering,
Young Kctchcll, the Montana
welterweight who recently thrashcJ
Joe Thomas in San Francisco, jump
ed from an unknown 'quantity to 4
contender for the middleweight title
in just three fights.. That's goin
some, even for a rapid moving westerner.
Followers of the cycling game are
"up in the air" just at present as to
the outcome of a squabble over the
game for next season. It appears
that Harry Heagren has signed up
all the good 'riders, but has failed to
secure the management of the Salt
Palace track, Frang- Swcnson having
the management of that popular
track. Swcnson, of course, is up
against it for riders. The logical so
lution, of course, is for the two to
get together, Swcnson furnishing the
track and Heagren the riders, which
will probably be the final outcome.
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you and obliging attendants are
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Den.al Office moved from Eagle Blk
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"If it's wor h seeing, it's here.'
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ALL NEXT WEEK
Salt Lake's Comic Opera Queen, M
VIOLA PRATT GILLETTE
Assistc'. by j M
GEO. MacFARLANE I1
In "A Little Musical Nonsense." , M
RAY L. ROYCE ; H
In a Monologue of Eccentric , M
Character Sketches H
FLO ADLER I
Singer of Popular Songs J H
TWO LORETTOS j I
Eccentric Acrobats r H
KATHLEEN De VOIE I
The Dancing Monologist j H
BURTON & BROOKS ll
In a Comedy Sketch, "The Limit" jj H
KINODROME Motion Picture. ! I
. ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA. ' I
Every Everting (except Sunday)'
75c, 50c, 35c. Box seat, $i.oa I
Matinees Daily (except Sunday H
and Monday), 50c, 35c. 10c. Box I
eat. 75c. I