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H The managers and directors of the
H free kindergarten are much encourag-
Hl cd by the way tickets have sold for
H the entertainment to be given for that
H institution Monday night at the Salt
H'v Lake theatre. The boxes have been
Hjf donated by the officials of the L. D.
H S. church, and will be occupied by
H leading society people. Among those
Ml who have already signified their in-
Hi tcntion of entertaining parties large
H and small arc Mr. and Mrs. Ferry,
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Richards, Mrs
H, Waldemar Van Cott and Miss I'carl
H. Van Cott, Mr. and Mrs. George T.
H Odell, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra ThompsoT
1 and Lester Freed.
H A charming bridge tea was given
H by Mrs. L. L Terry Wednesday at-
M tcrnoon complimentary to her guest,
Hf Miss Pauiinc Terry. Five tables of
B' the game wcrj played, when the pri-
H( cs were awarded to Mrs. Russel I.
Hj Tracy, Mrs. V. C. Alexander, Mrs,
H J. L. Frankcn, Mrs. A. D. Cleveland
H and Miss Jasmine Young. In the
M, dining roomi the hostess was assisted
H by Mrs. Clifford R. Pcarsall, Mrs
James E. Jennings and Mrs. Don
Hp Carlos Roberts. Yellow daffodils
H formed the lovely springlike decora-
M j Mrs. Lafayette Hanchctt gave one
He of the delightful bridge leas of tlu
M week at her home on Third avenue
M Wednesday afternoon. The table
M ' where tea was scivcd was attractive
M with a centerpiece of pink roses anrt
M was lighted by pink shaded candles.
H Four tables of bridge were played,
at which prizes were won by Mrs. W.
H W. Armstrong, Mrs. T. R. Black,
H Mrs. John Aarls and Mrs. J. J. Broug-
H Mrs. Helen Kimball has returned
H from Berlin, whither she accompan-
M icd Miss Rita Jackman and Miss Jean
M Haywood a few months ago. Mrs.
M Kimball will remain until May, when
M she will again join Miss Jackman and
M Miss Haywood in Berlin, where they
M arc studying music.'
M Miss Marie Odell will issue invita-
M lions this week for a Valenlim. danc-
M ing party to be given at the Odell
M residence on the evening of St. Val-
m cntinc's day, Friday, February 14.
H Mrs. Walter G. Tuttle left Tuesday
H for southern California, where with
M her parents, Colonel and Mrs. L. K.
M Bishop of Grand Rapids, she will
H stay some time.
M Mrs. William Iglchcait returned
fl Wednesday evening, after a trip of
M several months abroad. Mr. Iglc-
M heart returned the first of the week
m from California.
M Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kiser are con
H terr.plating leaving for a trip to
H , southern California some Mme the
H latter part of the month
Mrs. James Wells of Helena is vis
iting with her mother and sisters at
the Sadler home on Eleventh Easf
Mrs. Clifford R. Pearsall will enter
tain informally at bridge today in
compliment to Miss Pauline Terry.
Mrs. June Sadler Douncll will give
a masquerade dancing party for her
young pupils within a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Howard will
soon be at home to their friends at
their new residence on Brigham
Mrs. Irving Rcndle has relumed to
her home in Rawlins, Wyo., after a
pleasant visit at the Savage resi
Mrs. Winnifred S. Walker is at the
Keith apartments, where she will be
at home for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Strickland arc
at home, 116 South Fourth East
So much has been said and written
concerning the production of "Com
ing Thro' the Rye," which will be
seen for the first time here soon.
That an entertainment of rare merit
may be confidently anticipated. It
is a musical comedy which has re
ceived a measure of patronage all
over the country equalled by but few
theatrical offerings, and the praise
which has been bestowed upon it
leaes no room, for doubt as to it3
splendid qualities. It is played by an
organization of eighty or more peo
ple, including about twenty principal
comedians and vocalists and a chorus
and ballet of 60. The "book" Is by
the well known humorist, George V.
Hobart, and the musical score was
composed by A'. Baldwin Sloanc,
names which carry conviction of cle
verness in both comedy and melody
A vast array of scenery and costumes
characterize the production, all of
which arc said to be beautiful and
Salt Lakers who saw the produc
tion of "Priscilla" in. Ogden last
week are loud in their praise of the
work done by the company. The op
era, which is being presented by the
Alumni association of the Ogden
High school, will be given at the
Salt Lake theatre Saturday afternoon
and evening, February 8th. The
company consists of fifty voices,
splendidly trained by Prof. McClcl
Ian of this city and thoroughly dril
led in their stage work by Mrs. Her
bert Stanton, also of Salt Lake.
Newspapers in commenting upon the
performance all agreed that it was
one of the best amateur production?
ever seen in the state
Kvif". ' ' 'HIJHlI'"' V ''mi I
Leading Lady at the Lyric.
The Utahna Stock company, at the
Lyric, this week has been doing a
splendid business, presenting the
four-act comedy-drama "Arisen front
the Ashes" the fore part of the week,
and managing to furnish a good deal
of genuine amusement for those who
have acquired the Lyric habit. On
Thursday night the bill was changed,
and "Hazel Kirke" is now being pre
sented, and will go again this aftcn
noon and tonight. The company is a
really good one, and has given a
creditable account of itself ever since
the opening performance.
The comic opera "Priscilla" will be
presented at the Salt Lake theatre
this afternoon and evening by the
Alumni association of the Ogden
High school. The chorus of fifty
has been trained by Professor Mc
Clellan, which is a guarantee of first
class work on the part of the chorus
singers, while many clever dancing
specialties have been introduced by
Mrs. Herbert Stanton, who assisted
materially in the recent production of
"Robin Hood" by the Salt Lake Op
The courts have settled Mr, Henry
W. Savage's legal right9 in "The
Merry Widow," in all languages, un
der whatsoever title, for the United
THE MAIN STREET FAMILY THEATRE
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
COMMENCING THURSDAY $
NIGHT, FEBRUARY 6, FOR
FOUR NIGHTS AND
SATURDAY MATI- ,
A dramatization of Alexander
Duma's famous master piece ...
"THE COUNT OF
Prices 10, 20 and 30 Cents
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
Curtain at 8:15. I