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Hlj 8 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY.
;i geucy;" and Frank Work and Reynold Ower in -ff a gymnastic act. It will be a great week at this M I house. f I 3 & & ll "Shore Acres," that excellent play of the H !l Pine Tree state, closes for the week at the Col- fljgp onial with today's two performances, and it is Hffil no more than is due the production to state that H K. it has not only proven one of the best presented H jjtl plays the new theatre has had, but has enjoyed rL a commeasurato patronage since Monday. Archie ilv Boyd is always likable in his character work, and P as Uncle ftat presents a charming characteriza tion. Dorothy Heme, youngest daughter of the 1 late James A. Heme, is carrying the leading feminine role, and she is excellent. Annie Mor- IjI' ton, Mr. Wallace, and Mr. Walsh are all capable M ' people, and the play is well staged. H w? v 16 'j'' It has been some time since a military drama B has received a worthier presentation than that B given William Gillette's famous old play "Secret H I' Service," at the Bungalow since Monday even- H ing by Willard Mack and company. Mr. Mack, H f in the role of Captain Thorne, and Blanche Doug- H f las as Miss Varney, have played those two roles H ; with excellent success, and as the remaining H members of the Mack organization are well cast H I in the other parts in the play, the production Wi has scored an excellent week. tt J vJ J H Beginning Monday, the Salt Lake Theatre Hj offers Gadski in concert for that evening, the Hi comic opera "Bahette," by the Agricultural Col- Hr lege Opera company, Wednesday evening, and Hj! Florence Roberts in "The Hou3e of Bondage" H Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The latter Hj should be really the dramatic event of the week, Hj ' as Miss Roberts in "The House of Bondage," has Hl received tho credit of having the best play she Hn has had in the past two or three seasons. H v t i H At the Bungalow tomorrow night, Wnlard m Mack supplants his war play of the present wee B with the Henry Dixie's success "The Man on the ' Box," the play Max Figman has made famous M and popular throughout the west. Mr. Mack will m appear in the Dixie role of Lieutenant Robert B Warburton. "The Man on the Box" is a clever, m original, and entertaining comedy. M The vaudeville season at the Grand opened H this week. The "White Rats" organization of 1 New York and Chicago, supplying the acts. The M opening program contained considerable talent m and has proven popular through the week with ' those who have witnessed the performances. m The Three Sados head the bill with an excellent M juggling act. m The program for the coming week opens to- m morrow night. Three performances are given m daily at the Grand, one in the afternoon and two V in the evening, and under the direction of its B new manager, Mr. Binford, the theatre is get- m ting back into something like its old form. H (yV V t M When Phil S. O'Mara reopened the Auditorium M on Richards street as a roller skating rink the fl move was welcomed by hundreds who had missed H the sport. They who thought the roller skat- H ing game dead should visit the rink any af- m ternoon or evening, Sunday's excepted, and witr B- ness tho fun that goes on. Judging from the &2V daily attendance it is just the sort of amusement the people want and the result has been that B it has been necessary to add 500 pairs of skates B to the stock on hand. B Private parties constitute a popular feature H at the rink, a number being given each week. A jH space in tho big place is reserved for them, but Hj of course the regular patrons are not excluded. B During this week there have been many attrac- Mile. De Dio, at the Orpheum. iJSunQalow ftbeatrel FORMERLY THE LYCEUM STATE STREET BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD A Perma?ient Home for High Class Productions Week Starting Sunday, February 7th MR. WILLARD MACK And Associate Flayers Present Henry E. Dixie's Phenomenal Success I The Man on the Box Next Week: STRONGHEART Prices 75c, 50c, 25c Matinees Wed. .and St.,-1,000 Seats at 25c