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1Sl7Y the Firt fighters, vg ATATRACT10NS KOR WEEK OF MAY 11TH. HH The Grand Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday B "Al the Edge of the Grave." H Thureday and J-'iiday nights and Saturday H matinee, "Romeo and Juliet"; Saturday night H "Macbeth." Hj J J J Ij "THE STUBBORNNESS OF GERALDINE" AND Hi J THE CLEVERNESS OF AMY.. B i Usually with so clever a vehicle as "The Stub- H bortfVess of Geraldine," it is a task to discriminate B enough to say who is the hit of the piece. H But with this sweet morsel that Mary Manner- H ing has brought to us, it is easy. Amy Ricard, your M' Vi Thompson from Butte, Montana, is a gem that M stands distinctly alone, a piece of work rarely per- m feet, that outshines in its class anything any H actress has given us this season, and ranks right M alongside of Lionel Barrymore's triumph in "The l Mummy and tha Humming Bird." With the first H clever purr on the deck of the liner you began B to steal on the senses, and we realized that you H were something unusual, and with that "Darn it!" H at the Bridge-Whist table, your conquest was com- H plete. You are fortunate in having Hassard Short M to assist you. His Lord Tilbury is never exagger- H ated, and a most refreshing Lord is he. H Lots of Clyde Fitch productions are proverbial H bushels to hide the little lights. But yours is a B glorious blaze, and we thank you for bringing us H to your shrine. H "The Stubbornness of Geraldine" is the sweet H est, most delightful stubbornness ever witnessed, V so replete with love, and beauty, and charm of sit- B uation that it is one of the few thespic reminders H'! of the joy of living. H, It is suited to Mary Mannering, and she is most fl' captivating in its opportunities. Perhaps the play H is a little overdrawn here and there, perhaps Hj a situation or two should be eliminated, but why Hi think of such things, when we live so far from W Broadway, and when plays worth the seeing are H as scarce as they have been this season? H Dear Mrs. Whiffen (and always welcome back) H essayed Mrs. Wrighton as artistically as she H usually does things. The Fraulein Handt of Anita H Rothe was a clever bit, and the other ladies made H the most of their roles. The part of Count Klnsey H is a difficult one, which at times could be easily H made ridiculous, but Mr. Byron played it beautl- H fully. -Mr. Saville as Wrighton was natural, and H the other men were well balanced, unless excep- H tion might be made to the scene on shipboard. Hf " The staging is beautitul, and the whole produc- H . tion is a great redemption for one Fitch, for In the Hi rot of the previous plays from his pen which have Hi 1 been forced upon us this spring, it was easy to lose H sip lit of his triumphs. H! fj Tonight concludes the engagement. Kt "V j w v & Hl After tonight, the Theatre w'll be daif for H I' ten days when Crane comes in "David Havum." Hj & & & H John Griffith Forget Itl Hj If the shade of the Bard of Avon had been H hovering around the procenium arch of the Salt Hj Lake theatre on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday H nights, whiJe John Grifilth trampled through the H lines of Macbeth, he would have agitated his In- H visible wings with great vigor in a frantic effort H to get away from that remarkable tragedian's H' ponderous detonations. H The local public has seen the classic Shake- H sperean periods mangled before, but it is doubtful H if they ever witnessed so complete a massacre as K f that perpetrated by Mr. Griffith and his fragile Hfevftv cohorts. When he had brayed through the five HpH acts of this tragic masterpiece no one present was sure that he had ever read or even seen Mac beth before. The only scene which caused a dis tinct thrill of joy in the whole performance at that welcome moment when the doughty blade of the attenuated McDutt brought the heavy-threwed Griinth to the mat. Mr. Griffith will surely be long remembered by everyone who saw his fine line of original jug glery. It was one of the most forgetful table per formances which ever enthralled a satiated public. There is only one othei role in which we think Mr. Griffith could achieve as great, or even great er, distinction; he would make a perfect imper sonator of & Haunch of "Varibest" ham. When he comes again he will assuredly bo warmly received. Everyone will be there to meet and greet him. We would suggest, though, that when he appears as Macbeth lie discard all stage weapons and bring on the board some hotchklss guns and employ a platoon of police instead of the tattered remnant of museum refugees ivho constituted his body guard in Macbeth. The company surrounding Mr. Griffith kept up the high standard of the master artist, and wore wormly cheered as they left the stage. Mr. Py per should make every endeavor to bill Mr. Grif fith for a return engagement so that everyone can have a chance to witness this robust inter pi eter of the sad-browed Elizabethan bard. & & & Monday evening, the eleventh, the great con cert given under the auspices of the Commercial club for the city schools will take place at the Tabernacle. Seats are fifty cents and you are ex pected to be in one. It is for a good cause, and the program, as printed below, is a sufficient In ducement for anyone. Program. Miss Emma Ramsey Dramatic Soprano Hold's Military Band Miss Sallie Fisher Soprano Tabernacle Choir ... Evan Stephens, Conductor Euterpe (Ladies) Quartette Master Arthur Pedersen Violinist Prof. Anton Pedersen Accompanist Mr. Charles Kent Baritone Prof. Thomas Radcliffe and Prof. John J. Mc- Clellan Organists Imperial Male Quartette America Closing Number By Tabernacle Choir, Hold's Band, Great Organ and Audience. SOME PEOPLE Lijco to keep out of hot water -some do not especially if the water is medicinal. ' The Park Medical Hot Springs AT ROBINSON, - - IDAHO. Are becoming famous for their curative powers. The accomodations are good, the table the best the market affords. GOOD FISHING-GOOD HUNTING UNSURPASSED SCENERY An ideal spot for a Rummer vucation. Rigs fumishpd for Stanley Basin and the great Loon Creek Mining District. 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