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16 OESERET EVENING NEWS SATURDAY JANUARY 22 1910
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liTER n very successful three
A weeks engagement In San
LL Frnncllco Mfr VIlght Lori
1JIm andJdscgtlwflfllot over
126 perEon will begin n woks engage
mbnt Monday evening at the Sail Lake
thhatci In what Is described ay being
M onh pf the most magnificent spectacles
I evor staged The Shepherd KIng
TIe draiiia Is foundetl on the Bible stqry
ofDavids the Ideal hero ot thc human
race from th time that ho left his
fathers flocks at Bethlehem until ho
I 1 became king of Israel at the death
oC Saul In the beauty oC Its scenery
i and splendor oC Its mounting The
Shepherd King shares with Ben
HUI the distinction QC being among
3 tho fincst stage productions recent
years Especially are the settings
notable for their historical value
1 The play opens tin the sunny fields
and hlllshleH ot Judea the homo of
Jesse thc father fOr DavId The hay Is
In the fields tho sheep are led to the
fold the women servants weave cloth
and the brothels go and come about
their rustle labors Suddenly down
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n night or rocky stops descend a group
I oC royal rspnagcsPrincc Jonathan
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brought about when Saul and Jonathan
arc slain and David Is proclaImed king
I or Israel The engagement will In
clude Wednesday and Saturday mati
I toes
I NEXT WEEK AT THE onPHEUlI
At tho White house a war lime
plnylet with Benjamin Chapin and his
company is anollnccd as the principal
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offering or next treks OrJlhoum bill
Mr Chnpln Is made up to represent
Abraham LIncoln and gives his audi I
ences a dellshlCul half hour In the de
IInentiun oC LIncolns characterIstics
Inchlentnl to the action oC the play
Florence BInd Icy will give II musical
monologue An Afternoon at Home
In whIch she impersonates several the
atrical people who have failed to visit
her for rehearsal
En Taylor and company come with i
a new sketch MLs JonesSmllh I
I Carey which Is recommended by coast
newspapers as a capItal farce comedy i
Stella II Iorlslnl nn EnsllNh beauty
I who has made a great putatlon IS nn
animal trainer Is exhibiting for the
first time In the United States her
I Siberian wolf hounds and Shetland
ponies
Ctrl Nobel Is another European 1m
I portatlon a ScandInavian ventriloquIst
who has been a great 3ucess In ParIs
und london
Veronica and IIllIl Falls arc sensa
tional comed tumblers who perform
a number or dllllcult feels one or
which Is a buck somersault from II
high table to the ground
GII Brown who was a member oC the
famous Two Drownles Is un eccentric
dancer who also sings entertaIning
and tells amusing stories
Incidental to his performance he In
troduces dancing numbers from his
own musical shows
An entertaIning orchestral program
under the direction oC Willard Welhe
and new klnodrome pictures will com
photo the bill I
NO KING BUT DODO
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There alnt nf KIng but Dodo anti
that merryy old monarch accompanied I
hy his largo retinue will hold happy
callllal at the ColonIal theater during
the coming sveck
King Dodo one of the best oC all
comedy operas has been given an elab
orate revival this season hy John Corl
The costumes scenery and effects are
all new Charles H Jones who staged
the original was specially engaged by
Jllr Cort for this seasons production
Richard KleerllnE also wIth the orig
inal Is the musical dhCct9r
Gustav Luders has supplied the
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opera whose merry story lit fumlllnr
with more than 20 popular musical
number Much as The Tulo of a Bum
ble Bee Look In the Book and See
The Eminent Doctor Fizz Two
Heart Made One Diana The
Cats Quartet Ill Do or Die A
Joll 011 Potentate For Love I LIve
Alolw Clalm Thou Thlno Own and
True a1 the Stare Above Two of
the most popular interpolated numbers
are In the Garden ur My HtDIt and
Goy Dullerfi
Among the artists to bo found In the
cast oC prIncIpal are Eleanor Kent
who sings the Dillon donnn role oC
Plola William Friend who plays the
kIng Zoc Barnett the sprightly An
nette who sings the big number The
Talc oC n Bumblo Dee William Her
man West who plays Dr FIzz Laura
Millard the Querns lIlli Louise MInk
the Ancela and Charles J Udell the
MUlIEi
The chorus is snd to be the best
voT sd aJda t rNf J
voiced best dressed and best drilled
that has been seen at the Colonial this
season
The well remembered extravaganza
The Lsrd of Nod which condo a big
hit at the SnIt Lake Theater will be
the attraction at limo Colonllll following
King Dodo Several oC the originals
arc still with the company
fIlE MACK COS NEW BILL
Next week Willard Mack Maude
Leone and their company will produce
for the I1I1t time In Salt Lake 1VII
Pant and Cecil Do Mules great play
The Royal Mounted This Is the
play that Cyril Scott now the star or
The Loltru Man and who also
starred In The Prince Chap orig
inally produced at allacks theater
Now York In 1908 It Is a story of
the Canadian northwest mounted po
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Illj SCENE FROM THE SHEPHERD KING
t 11 At the SnIt Luko Theater HlhmlJl Next Monday
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1 ii i like a young Achilles Princess Michal
amid Phall a prince
i There 111 an immediate quickening or
pulses when the royal blood or Sauls
court touches the simple life of Davld
I home The note of the Jllllr has been
strUck and It proceeds on n high key
or court and camp all the more potent
J In contrast to the qUiet pastoral open
Ing Brought to Sauls camp to beguile
I him from his melancholy he becomes
i 1 the center oC all the plot and intrigue
F oC the corrupt surroundings The
J i Camilla episode of David and Goliath
wherein the shepherd boy with only
sling In hand goes forth to meet tho
t giant oC the Phlllistlnos Is strIkingly
I 11 introduced and the Incantations of the
I nQtorlous witch oC lonl1or arc features
I 1 J or the spectacle The end Is happilY
nHp n
IlIce and the scenes arc laId In and
around Calsar Alberta Tile Came
diume Mounted arc said to bo the finest
body oC mounted men In North Amer
ica and their deeds oC valor are too
well known to need description Mr
Mack has the part of Llout Victor
ODrne an IrIshman In the service
oC the king and whose manly self
crltlclng actions form the motive for
the play Miss Leone Is seen as Rosa
a child oC the woods and the remain
der oC tho favorite In the company
are well cared for 7he usual matinees
will be slven on Vcdnesday and Sat
urday
NEXT WBEK AT THE GILND
The lan of Mystery will be next
weeks offerIng at the Grand It Is said
to be an roillyfashlone collection
oC startling and thrilling climaxes oC
impelling heart interest It describes
Uw career or II crook leading a dou
ble lire and hpotlsm plays a part that
adds II weird feature to the production
It como from the pen oC Mark Swan
and will appeal to the sensation loving
patron or the theater rhero Is also In
tcrspecsed a veIn oC comedy that finds
expression at the right time when a
laugh Is needed to relieve tho tension
Tho Man of Mystery tell the story
oC a romarltllblo criminal who pos
sesscd tho ablllty to evade capture by
the use of hypnotism which Iso
course Invoked whenever his capturo
seems Imminent There will 00 no
waits between time acts no new IUIII
Ulltodllte specialties and Illustrated
songs havu beeua provIded for There
will be no reserved salts but those
coming early will get the choice or
places lho new play runs all the
week
THE NEXT BILL Al THE MISSION
Sldno Deans and company who
head next weeks bill opening Their
day have omothlng different In the
way of musical comedy It Is entitled
Christmas on Dlaclwclls Island and
the company represent prisoners in
their cells In the famous New York
prison In prison garb The play ur
catchy songs and witty retorts buck
and forth 16 said to 110 diverting to a
degree There Is a bright little
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playlet also on eth bill In ton tinsel
8 Muynards Cupids CoincIdence
In interesting little drama that dovel
OIHI some neat acting on the part ot
the team
Tho Rustleana trio three Parllllan
street minstrel appear In their IChl
Illr street regalia and MinI plllY and
dance 11 though they wora In their
native clement
1v C HoelleI chdlllK the distinction
oC being tho most daring and original
bicycle rider In the world There are
a couplo oC comedy acrobats Berry
and Nelson allll IL singing comedienne
Kathleen Dc Vole making the LIII 0
varIed and Interesting one
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Time wecldJ theatrical renews and
crltlctsms of the News appear regu
larly In tho Tuesday issues
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I FLORENCE BINDLEY
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ZOE BARNETT
1s Annette in9tin DOlO ut the Colonial Next Wcek
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Lillian RuselJ played Patience In
the opera Qr that name In New York
In 188
rune Spoilers recently seen by a
sorry audience at the Colonial theater
has closet
On Sept 16 1871 nt the Union Square
Theater My Partner was first pro
ducal on any stage
Sarah Bernhardt made her AmerlHum
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debut at Booths Theater New York
Nov S ISSO al Adrienne Lccouvreur
llorlimer Snow has secured the opera
House at VllkesDurre Pa and will
establish a permanent stock company
there opening Jan 17
Two Salt LaJtc favorites Charles
Dalton and IL Reeves Smith have been
engaged to support Ethel Uanmoro In
A W Plncros lhlClmnnel
The Mighty Dollar which Wil
liam J Florence made famous had Its
premier on Sept 26 1875 ot the Park
Theater New York
Vllllam Collier gave his first New
York performance oC his farcical play
A Lucky Star at the Hudson thea
tel Tuesday Jan 18
Julia larloweI right name Is Sarah
Frances Frost Sho was born In Cum
berland eight miles from Iteswlck III
the village oC Coldbcck In 1870
Richard Mansfield played Jm Ved
del In the opera Rip Van Winkle
which was produced In New York at
the Standard Theater Oct 23 1882
Miss Florence Roberts and her com
pun a few days ago jumped from
RochHer tp Scallle Her opening bill
in all oC the coast lllcs will bo Tim
Transformation to be followed by
Gloria
Gertrude Atherton the wellknown
novelist Is 1e01ln the wInter to
completing a new bank and writing a
lay for Mrs Fiske The subject has
not been disclosed hut It Is known to
be modern and American
Mrs Flsks lour In Salvation Nell
wlli continue until curly In Fobnml I
She tsJII then devote three wceks to re
hearsal If a new role In a production
to Ilc given Its first performance hi
ChllJlo Next 1CIson Mrs Flsto will
appear In a comedy bv Iandon Mitch
ell author of The Ness York Idro
In a recent interview George 1
Cohan stated that he and his parents
would leave the cast of The Yankee
Prlnco In February and go abroad to
remain until next Autumn when time
new Cohan Timelier In New York wlll
open wllh the four Cohans In a play
by Cohan with music bi Cohan
Mr Conwns Carr has written a new
state versiou or TIobert Louis Steven
Ions powrful and parahollcal story
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Mr
II D Irvine Is to produce It as n suc
cessor to Till House Opposite 11 Is
to be hoped says the New York Post
that Mr Carra man of approved IIte
nary taste and skilltill produce some
thlnt superlor to the clumsy and unln
telllcent verslonq used by Mansfield
Bamlmann and others sometlming
more noarh renrescntatlvc or the In
tellectual tmality and spiritual Intent
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Salt lake Theatre r
WEEK OF JANUARY 24TH
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY I
Y3f A DUADY offers time greatcst dramatic l1Cctuclc ever staged wIth
the young Uomantlo actor
WRIGHT LORIMER i i
And Over 100 People In
THE SHEPHERD KINGiC
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Another Ben HaTX Sun
SAN pnAXOISCO PAPERS SAY
EXAMINER
The play of the YCIllU revolution
CHRONICLE
Like DCIl HUISllleerI recommended
CALL
A beautiful story well told UcJllemlons succcs I
Prices 2ie to 10 llItinee 25c to S100
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1 ORPHEUM THEATRE I °
ALL NEXT WEEK ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE c
Iatlneo dally at 216 Qclock Every Evening al 816 1117
BENJAMIN CHAPIN co
In Lincoln In tho White House
FLORENCE BINDLEY
The Versatile Comedienne Present
ing An Afternoon At Home
A Musical Monologue
EVA TAYLOR
And Her Players In the Comedy
Novell Mrs JonesSmlth
Carey by Lawrence Grattan
STELLA H MORRISINI
And Her wondrous Leaping Sibor
Ian Wolf Hounds
CARL NOBEL F
The ScandInavIan t
Ventriloquist lrtF
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VERONICA AND HURLFALLS vi
Sensational Comedy Tumblers
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GIL BROWN
Eccentric Dancing Comedian
OHPIIEUI MOTION PICTURES
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Matinee prIces 15c 25c 50c Itt t
Night prices 21c SOC iSc JW
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Salt Lakes Most Popular Playhouse utii
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ALL NEXT WEEK
Commencing with taUneo January ZJrd and all week h
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The Man Of Mystery r
Presented by SlTTTOO POPULAR PLAYERS i
The sensational surprise oC the season 9 acts of sensation comedy and heart
Interest it
No wnltsall shownew and uptodate specIalties between the acts roe
Evenng PrlccsLoner floor 30 cants any scat In the balcony 20 cents tba
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gallery nfo cents No scats reserved is
lntlnC PrJce5Lowcr floor 3 > cents and balcony 10 cents Gi
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WILLARD MACK MAUDE LEONE Pt
Ami Assocints Plllycrs Present William CccllI > o Millers Greatest cffort
THE ROYAL MOUNTED
BY TILE AUTHORS 01 STRONG CTJISSIATES AND bTO h °
MATINEES WEDNESIAY AD SATUHDA
Evening rlccs7j 50c 35c 25c Intlnccs 50c 25e
Next AttrnetionW1JE JiIGUTUOOO WAS IN lLOER hri
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M 155 ION The Theatre Different
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IMPERIAL VAUDEVILLE is
Week Commencing Thursday Jun 20 a
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nnADIgE MARTIN CO MINSTREL BILLY CLAnK 15h
In the Comedy Jessie Jack and In his specialties p
Jerry
I MLLE MARTIA
TOM LINTON AND HIS JUNGLE The relined gymnast
GIRLS
° In Zulu Festival GEIlrm EVERETT 5 t
Singing Comedienne
FIVE MUSICAL LOVE LANDS I
In musical program MIssion OrehestraPfctufegrah I
llntIncc every day I1t Z30 Two shows every evening 730 and
015 Matinee prices tOe and 20c Evening prices tOe 21c and 30 cent f
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ALL NEXT WEEK
ALL NEXT WEEK
WEDNESDAY Matinees and SATURDAY C 0 LON I A L WEDNESDAY Matinees and SATURDAY 3
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Theater filled and audi Tho cast Is strong at just
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once delighted with clover II Presents a Mammoth New Produc the poInts wherein a comic °
vanco show that agents surpassed promises eon San 111 I J 0 H N C 0 RT t IOn ill his RETTT tUJ A T Of t11C bleat San opera should Francisco shine Chronicle lilt
Dec 13
Francisco Examiner Dee 13 cst of Comedy Opera Successes 7rr
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o Zoc Barnett William Herman West Laura Millard Os x
I ELEANOR KENT born Clemson Louise Mink Charles J Udell and other
WILLIAM FRIEND notable artists Exceptionally attractive chorus of fifty l 1
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lIVE MONTHS IN NEW YORKSIX lIONTHSIN CHICAGO FOUR MONTHS IN BOSTON
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MORE REAl SONG HITS THAN WERE EVER WRITTEN Fait A COMEDY OPERA ii t
The Tale of n Bumble Bee1 Il Du 0 r Die The Eminent Doctor Fizz A Jolly Old Potentate In time Garden ot 1ly Heart Two Hearts Mlldo One i
For Loc 1 Live Alone Diana Qlalm Thou Thlno Own The Lad Who Lend True IL8 the Stars Above Gay Butterfly Goo NIght Dear 1
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ehes p amI all tho rORt u of NO compnn has brought I
of heat THE FIRST HICN CLASS SINGING ATTRACT the company
than II SEASON and
oC the show was moro 11 the II such array oC changes an 1
up to expectations and re I I such wollItcpt outllla oC coso
ClulremeTltiSnn Franclllco NEXT ATTRACTION I THE LAN D OF NOD tumel ns thIs onoSan 1
Call Do 13 Irancisco Post Dec 13 i
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