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The postal law requires tlmt any
reading matter printed for a con
sideration must bo marked "Advcr-,
tiscment." The advance notices
printed on this page are not ad
vertising. They are furnished by
-'"" the various -playhouses, but are
not paid for.
.--.',. and risque dialogue usually depend
ed upon by French authors to gain .
laughs. Thero is a well defined plot
which holds the Interest of the audl
- once-" but does not bore; the charac
ters are natural and the situations
are such as might ho found in the
lt , home at the. present time.
"The Blue Bird," Maeterlinck's
drama of fantasy, will be the attrac
V. . tibh at the Salt Lake theater, January
27th, when this play comes herd with
all of the original scenery, mechan
ical and electrical effects which were
, employed during its long run at the
JTew Theater, New York. The ap
peal of "The Blue Bird" Is universal.
Like many ofthe plays of Shakespeare,
It has been presented in a half dozen
European countries, and in America
has enjoyed oven greater popularity.
When William J. Kelly several
, ' weeks go selected the successful
ipomedy '"Tho Fortune Hunter" for
presentation at the Colonial early In'
Your automobile is waiting for you.
Purdue's Automobiles tfiid Ta'xlcabs.
Anywhere at- Any Time.
Phone for Rates.
Phone: Wasatch 5 or 1"98.
2 Shows Nightly, 7 :30 and 9:15
10c 20c 30c "
Regular Matinees, Thursdays. Sat
urdays and" Sundays
'- . "All Seats, lj?c;:
The Allen Curtis Frolics Co.
rw- - .. . 25 PEOPLE-IN
Salt Lake to Paris
CHORUS GIRLS CONTEST VRt-'
Fun, Laughs, Pretty Girls,
Salt Lake Theatre
, Geo. D. -.Pypor, Manager
Chicago Grand Opera Company
Theodore Sturkow Ryder, Planiste
TIC-RETS ON SALE NOW
SCENE FROM "NUMBER 44," THE BTG RAILROAD ACT AT THE
EMPRESS THlSlWEEK. ' - ... . ... ., ""- .
February he felt, bf course", that the
play would come-In Its regular course.
Tho action of the star's leading lady
tfiurweok at the" 6olonIal, however,
niade necessary achane In the Inten
tion to present "Sapho" at tfiat house
tho coming woek, and Wednesday, Mr.
Kelly deefdod "upon 'jTho Fortune
Hunter' 'as a proper vehlole to, follow
Ills success in "Got-RJch-Cuick Wal
llngford," wlijch closes tonight at "the"
Colonial. Miss Jane Griffith, who has
, pcorodso popular a' hit this week i.
the Colonial; will' play.tho 'daughter
of ' Sam Grannm in "The iortuno
Hunter" and the remainder of .the
company Will- fllbr.- the supporting
rolosjt Mr. Kelly will, of, course, takg
tho part of Nathaniel Duncan, the
young Now Yorker, who accepts his
rich frlenos advice on hbw to get
rich quick and goes to live In a small
town. Duncan t'aCes his friend's ad
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Friday and Saturday Jan., 24th,
STU RDAY M ATI N EE
' Frank O. Miller presents the Laughing Success of tho Season
TH E G I R L
" '' -''-' FrcJm the German of Robert Pohe. - .
Trices: 26c, 50c, 76c; $1.00, $1.50. Seats Nowon Sulo. '
vy Next attraction: Jnn. 27, -28, 2 MAetoriinck's "Tlio Blue BirdJV
Prices: 50c to $2.00. Mall orders, if accompanied by seJl-addrossed,- .
1 atamiied envelope ,and check, will bo t fllelt Inunediatc-ly. No reservations .8
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COLONIAL 1 I
iliiam. J. Kelly. I
' AnrJ a Superb Company H
THE '- iWk
Fortune Hunter H
Beginning Sun. Night ian. 19 H
k-v 7Z : ' ;
Matinees , J H
Thursday and Sataday l '
Prices: Nights I-iowei floor, 75c, LJI
50c; balcony, 50c, 25c. Matinees-
,... . M
fiower floor, 25c, 50c; balcony, 2.1c. M
''-'..- Mr . . j , .M
"attractions for tub com- 'H
ING WEEK. ' fM
LlTTIiE BIIilvY I H
Vaudeville's Tiniest llcadliner ' 'H
. .T.fltoy' " Bestffe""' H
' BAJtNES AND CRAWFOItD H
'Tile Fakir and tho Lady" i ;H
"JERE GRADY H
FRANKIE CARPENTER & CO. H
IMayin Tlieir Newest Comedy, in jH
- v ---'"Tho "Butterfly'" - H
s. MIGNONETTE KOKIN iB
Tiio Original English Turkey Hop H
A DAY AT THE CIRCUS ; IH
vcPl'esentcd by H
VGnllcttl's Monkeys - T !
" WARREN AND BLANCHARD .
Th.o CoincdhuiL and the Singer- '!
ELDORA AND COMPANY jH
Comic Manipulator.1, of Heavy
Weights f H
ORPniSUAl DAYLIGHT MOTION 1 H
" PICTURES rH
Concert Orchestra Under Direction" ' jH
of WILIaVRD P. WEUIE -f ,M
Sffip AsYouSccltinNcwYof-k. ; H
GEO. B. r:no & CO. 1
in the biggest and I 11
.- heartiest IraugU In ' lH
Vaudeville. "Number I H
2:30 44. Tuo Sensation'al I H
7:30 Railroad Piny, Morton- ' H
and 9:15 Jewel Ti-otipe, Brdoii- j
lyn Harmony Foar, Ell IjH
- Dawson, Thoo. CarJxJs ' 'H
Canines, Putho's Week- M
ly,- Empress Orchestra. M
Regular . 30c r Matinee Dally H
Empress - 20c 500 Par- iA H
Prices.. Tocquet Seafcs "' H