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The Salt Lake herald. (Salt Lake City [Utah) 1870-1909, November 15, 1903, Last Edition, Section Three, Image 20

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dfvbtcsUr b Shakespeare pea would have havedone havemrif havedhe
done as snach ttqu4 himself mrif if he had lived livedHi IInlfa itr e1 e1I
Hi I this t day and time instead In tead of a long longg lonphMur Iongtbae
hMur g time ago when ben actors were not nothpdsjedahout nota nothd
hpdsjedahout hd edabout a out withdivinity with dlvjnUy Some Sowneein peo peogle people
gle seem sectn ein to think tliilikthlt that the mln minute te a amom aa alean
mom a or woman smears a little greaseprtbtt grease greasepstfBrt rea e eJIIdIIt
pstfBrt e ell t h his he s or her face t and struts for forbrief torbrief fora
a brief period across aw a stage ta the fact factthe factawt factthe
the act aJMjoive b V that person from fromt fromDdest fromglba
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t yHl Sh t > < sauaniWr seam yoji as g gently ntly as any anydove anytSekl IIY IIYl4
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allY Dlabtln nightingale nightingaleThats btincale btincaleThats Je JeTJaat
Thats what bat a liberal sprinkling of ofaetors oton ofrsors
aetors on and actresses expect from the thecritic thecwt theorI
cwt critic 1e e Than Thang God though for the fact factthat facttaat factthat
that the thespian th who bellows like likeat a acalf acalf
calf at when he hi critic erltlclaed toed advenel adversely is isUMoatty taa istlsnstly
UMoatty a plate Iata ham The actor who whoft whoIIf whoY
ft IIf sally i worthy o of his name Dameho Damehoto who is isam isaim
am hosjor to his profession never ob objoets obIe obJKts
joets to a fair honest bGa t criticism And AndDO ABdtaII Andhb
DO nor take the kind things thin said of ofhttn ofJIlIn ofb
httn b n as a a mere matter of course courseCtoddttess coursea
a a 0 0Go eotoodtlew
Ctoddttess Go c1 I knows there are as many manyssjnate manyI
I ssjnate a > t pegs ta round holes in the theat theatrtoal theatJIIOf theatrlmdprofdrlop
rlmdprofdrlop rtoal JIIOf MOfeasHin as in any profession on onarth onu onetsrth
arth u It used to be that when a aman amanmade man manhad manIIUIde
had billltm made a failure at everything else elseSJB el e et
ltm SJB > visIt t into the > newspaper businessMdkvI business businesshsjlivina buslne8sUaat
hsjlivina MdkvI ig that anybody could be a sue
What rot what silly silly rot It Is Isnever 18Deftr Isnever
never the business s of a critic < to go out outof outof outof
of his way to find fault with a dramatic dramaticproduction dramaticPJ dramaticproduction
production PJ cIuctJon but it is his duty and biB
pleasure ure to say a a performance is good goodwhen JJOOdlien goodwhen
when lien it is good The critic stands be between beI between ¬
tween ° the gold brick theatrical man manand manand manand
I and the public If it were not flu fluhonest mr mrhonest ferj
j honest bo eat newspaper critics and a their theircriticisms ttelrcrltlcam theircriticisms
criticisms the patrons of theatres th atres wouldbe would wouldhe wouldI
be buncoed out of their etr hoots hootsAnd boobJAodth18
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And Aodth18 this brings brln us to something metkfn that thathappened tbathappet thathappeAed
happened happet ed last Sunday morning We Weapproach WeaPPrcth Weapproshh
approach it with proper reverence reveT dce but butwe butwe
we must approach it A very charm charming ellalmInlr charming ¬
I ing old gentleman who wh controls co troh the thef theeditorial theeditorial
editorial department of I morning eon eontemporary
f temporary took occasion occa ol1 to refer to toThe toThe toThe
The Heralds dramatic critic as a aprigr aprig aprig
prig because he said a l production productionwas
was coarse and vulgar that was coarse coarseand coar coarseand e eand
j and vulgar It Seems seems thai the charm charming charmlnlr charming ¬
ing old gentleman liked the show
Louse uJM Fo Foster ter in The Ministers Son at the Grand Tkeatre eatre
Richard Golden att a King Dodo In n Do do at the Salt t Lake Theatre
cess 411 there We Ve are Constrained to be believe belien believe ¬
lieve > that the theatrical business Is Isgetting Isettlnl isgetting
getting the failures now and my how howthey hoWthf howtbey
they thf > Y squeal when they are prodded proddedA
A dapper little chap called at this thisoffice tbisoftice thisoMee
office one day last week to protest protestabout protestabout protestabout
about the way he had been bE > en handled handledin
in a criticism He admitted that he hewas hewas hewas
was a mighty poor actor that his part partwas partwas partwas
was bad that the play io which h happeared hf hfappered hPappeared >
appeared was a us bad that t neither ntlth > r himself himselfnor himselfqor himselfor
nor or the play pla y had been given gi n > n good no notices not1ce8 notices ¬
tices anywhere else ellf and that he expected ex expected expe ¬
pected pe < ted both to be roasted to use the thephrase thephrslIe thephrase
phrase in Salt it Lake City He got what whathe whathe whathe
he expected bat he wasa wasnt nt t satisfied satisfiedOn uafted uaftedOn
On the contrary he squealed prodig prodigiously prod prodinullly prodiginusly ¬
iously and he conveyed the impression impressionthat
that actors however unspeakably uns bly rot rotten rotl rotIon ¬
ten l n they may maybe be should not be treated treatedon
Htl on th the same plane with ordinary ordinar ordinarLIe
Therefore anybody that t didnt like likeis it itIs ItJ t
Is J a i Dr DrIt prig prigIt > ri riIt
It Is our opinion that the old gentieman gen gentleman < < en enUeman ¬
tleman always charming ehannln of f course coursewas coursewas uree ureewu
was unfortunate In his choice of ofword a aword
word He doubtless intended to refer referto referto
to us as a prude rather t thet than a aprig aprig aprig
prig If it is prudish to object to rot rotten rottn rotten
ten vulgarity on a reputable stagethen stage sta stathen
i then we accept the title cheerfully and andwill andwill an anwill d
will wear it on all occasions occa k > ns But an another
1 other thing the old gentleman fsee fseeabove see s sabove
above said Is II worth serious noticev notice noticeHe noticeHe
v 3iHe
He rather chided us for not paying payingour P7 P7our payour hg
our way into tbe theatre forgetting forgettingthat forgetUngthat forgettinthat g
that he hasnt paid his own way in insince Insince f fsince 4
since the mountains mounta Ul around Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City were mere molehills He seeme seemeto seemed seemedto em d dto
to Isflfctfftia ttdig + Ata that the theatre that give givetickets giv givUcksts va vaUck 1
tickets Uck to dramatic critics confers cOnfereIi a
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favor on said critics which is probably prob probably wrobably ¬
ably true a as far as the old gentleman gentlemanas
as a above Is concerned For our own ownpart ownpart ownpart
part we cannot see it that way Nonewspaper No Nonewspaper Nonew
newspaper new paJJer critic is under obligations obligationsto
to a theatre manager for seats seatsDramatic seatsDramatic seatsDramatic
Dramatic criticism is a business not nota
a pleasure with him He goes to the thetheatre thetheatre thetheatre
theatre not because becau e he likes to go but butbecause butbecau butbecause
because becau e he must mu t go The manager ex expects expects expecte ¬
pects and he receives an ample equiva equivalent equivalent equivalent ¬
lent for all the seats he gives the critic criticSometimes criticSometimes criticSometimes
Sometimes the notices are not all the themanager themanacer themanager
manager would have them but if the tbemanager themanaaer themanager
manager knows kDo his business you never neverbear neverbear neverhear
bear a wall from him unless un leu of course coursehe countehe coursehe
he has just ground < < round for believing the thecritic themtlc thecritic
critic has some personal grudge against againsthim aalnath1m againsthim
0 0The
The date for the production of Cin uC1nderel1a Cinderella Cinderella ¬
derella or A Dress Rehearsal at atthe atthe atthe
the Salt Lake theatre has been changed changedfrom chaqedfrom changedfrom
from Nov 21 1 to Dec 1 This Th l has been beendone beendone beendone
done principally to give he a more finished finishedperformance finishedpertormance finishedperformance
performance Several professionals professionalshave
have been called in to aid in the rehearsals re rehearsals rehearsals ¬
hearsals which are going on regularly
at the Loieetle hall and the Theatreand Theatre Theatreand i iand
and they have all expressed themselves themselvesas s
as astonished atcm lhed at tile merit of the per performance performance performance ¬
formance which compares well with withprofessional withprofessional i iprofeulonal
professional efforts The opera will be begiven beI begiv
giv given I lq at Ogden Dec 4 Tbel Thefe a will be fatema a amatinee i
matinee ma lse in Salt Lake but only one oneforissltMe per perfOTHWNse pert
fOTHWNse t in Ogden OgdeixThe OgdenThe OgdenThe
The inks Circus trcus to be given at the theSalt the8lt theSait
Salt Lake theatre next Thursday and andFriday aadFrtday an anFriday d
Friday night like a comic opera con consists conslets conslats ¬
slats of three acts snowing ebowl c as ma many manyscenes manylIceDes
scenes connected with a regular tentad tentadperformance teDtedperformance ten tenperformance
performance The beauty of tbe BID Elkscircus Blkscircus BIDcircus
circus will be the fact that the per performers performers performers ¬
formers are men of local prominence prominenceThe
The first scene shows the entrance to tothe tothe t tthe o
the big tent side show and the usual us1graft us u ugrafts al
grafts that tha t accompany a circus The Thesecond ThelIecond Th Thsecond e
second scene is i the interior of the freak freaktent freaktent freetent
tent It is there that the prominent prominentElks prominentElks prominenElks t
Elks make spectacles of themselves themselvesThe then1selvesThe themselvesThe
The last allt scene s ne shows the single ring riD I Ithe in inthe 1fttbe n
the big tent with a rube audience The Thehow T Tshow
show is a burlesque from beginning to toend t tend o
end and always makes a hit where whereever whereever
I ever Liven LivenPRESS vea veaPRESS
I The music of King Kin Dodo in whlcb whlcbRichard whlcbRichard I IRichard
Richard Golden and a company of OtUol OtUolusual un unusual u uusual n ¬
usual merit will be seen under the thedl thedlrectlonot di direction direction ¬
rection rectlonot of Henry W V Savage at the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SailLake
Lake theatre on Monday evening for1 for1an to toan fooan
an engagement of three nights an anmatinee and andmatinee andmaUnee d
matinee has all thatsubtle charm and andfascination andta an anfascination th
fascination ta clnatlon which Gustav Ludera in instilled Intl1 Instilled
stilled tl1 d into The Prince of Pilsen and andThe an anThe d
The Burgomaster The melodious melodl us at atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere ¬
mosphere of the entire performance p performancefragrant rtormance Is Isfragrant Isfragrant >
fragrant with harmonious exhilaration exhilarationIt
It has undisputed power and popularfly popular popularity popularity ¬
ity and many of the numbers are of ofIthat o
Ithat i i that class which will be whistledAmong whistled whistledAmong whistledAmong
Among the most notable songs are areThe a aThe t + e
The Tale of a Bumble Bee Bt > e Look in inthe 111the i ithe n
the Book and See A Jolly Old Pot Pottate Poten Potentate Poteat e6 ¬
t tate Two Hearts Made Ma One The Thei TheEminent Th ThI e
i Eminent Doctor Fuzz The Cats CMsQuartette CatQuartette s
Quartette Ill Do or Die > Old Fa Father Father ¬
ther Time The Lad Who Leads LeadsAdore lit litAdore f fAdore
I Adore Thee and In the th Spring An Anaugmented Anaugmented A Al Alaugmented
augmented orchestra Is included in the theorganization theorganization th s
organization and the rendering of the theorchestra theorehest
orchestra will be a musical treat treatMonday treatMonday
5 5Monday
Monday Tuesday Tu sday and Wednesday WedD esda 6day V
and matinee Wednesday ednesdu at 3 p m mThe mThe mThe
The Ministers Son at the Grand d
theatre A story pure and simple with withthe withthe wit witthe b
the sweet effervescent etrerve ent air surrounding Burroundl g
the humble home of the Rays that far fa gr r
I New England village where at the thesound theROund tb S Ssound
sound of the parish church bells Joh John a
Ray led his family to worship and to topray topray t tpray o
pray Time rolled on and as die She e works worksof worksof wo woof rks
of nature moulded by the hand of ofHim ofHim o oHim t
Him who doeth all things well were werenearing werenearing we wenearing re
nearing the goal when the pleasures pleasuresand peasu peasuRJd pleasuand ply
and amusements amu ments of boy and girlhood girlhooddays girlhooddrrys girth I Idays
days be dim and fade Into the sombre sombreduties e
duties and responsibHtes of home lif lifJohn life Ufeloon e
John Ray with his pure and noble nobleheart noblebeart nailheart ee e
heart and Godfearing spirit was 117 117loved wloved as
loved by all who knew him and 81 Siuon 81nron BItton
nron Ray Ra his eldest elde t son felt the theweight tbewelht th thweight e
weight of care upon his father and andmourned andMourned an anmourned d
mourned their poverty poverty passings dayand days daysand daysandnlght8 s
and andnlght8 nights in silent prayer With withtroubled a atroubled
troubled heart h nrt he nrayed for the suc success succeS8 su sucess c claid ¬
I cess of an invention which he IH hemade had hadmade aadmade j
made having but one hope one am ambition a m ¬
bition bittonand and that was to do something sonrethin sonrethinfor mg g
I for his parents who are now grow growing growold 10117 10117ling ¬
ling ing old He also loved his only on sis sister alaI au d ¬
I ter Rose who was the light the Joy of ofthe ofth
the th world to him Then the serpent serpentcrept serpentc se secrept nt
crept c pt into that peaceful home and left leftits leftIts le letea ntt f t
its tea sting at the cost of a broken heart heartAll heartAll hen henAll rt
All peace and love had flown and an d 1
Westley Coles with his city ways and andmanners andmanners an anmanners fl
manners after wrecking the lifeRobert life of ofRobert ofRobert o f
Robert the younger eon had ruin ruinParson ruined ed
Parson Rays last hope of peace on onearth onarth o oearth n
earth and stolen his hl only daughter daughterRoee r
Rose it was then as the immortal immortalGoethe immor tat
Goethe said a souls laughterheard laughtheard laughter laughterheard er
heard in hell He came gliding IrUdln here hereAnd herean
And an there with lth insinuating grace and andcatt aDdcalt a
catt e sit therein the shadow of o his victim
evhjsllish itch halo over a and d about this once oncepure oncepure on Ce
pure and peaceful home Thus ends en Is
the most beautiful pastoral idyl ever everwritten eyerTltten everwritten
written Not one of the great eastern easterncritics easternrh easternirides
critics rh but what has conceded co it as be belag beto beto
lag totpeetar to 1y tty y ftown poifn ovln East or ort
11 t i 014 Oi BOmest81lMt omeste estd a and bdtbe the appear appearaae appearaDQln appearueg
aae aDQln ueg Iin in thte u city of this beautiful play playwiU playwl1 playwill
will wl1 be stub s h a rajdtcal r rartlit l change from the thetimevwojrn thed thetfmft
timevwojrn tfmft rrerahlood vhktod and d thunder melo melodrama ¬
drama drai a i that C etThere at there hete tt every eY ry evidence of ofX ofa ofa
a recottt recotfb pkingi D < < i business businessha b ess essilIa
ilIa X ha CoATI ConV et fltMttts 4 ies the melodra melodramatic melodraIRt1c melodramatio ¬
matic success announced at the Grand Grandtheatre Grandtbeatre Grandtheatre
theatre on Thursday Friday and Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday with matinee Saturday at 215 215steals 216aiweale 15 15al
steals al eala to every class of playgoers playgoersIt
It deals with a story that teems with withheart withrt withheart
heart rt interest Ia re t from beginning to end endWinnie endWlm endWinnle
Winnie Wlm e Gale Gal a school teacher hastxune has hascome
come 00me to the south f to teach school She Shehas Shethe Shebar I
has the school fund placed In her care I
by Ztb Davis Dfrv the school trustee Zeb Zebhas Zebbas Zebhas
has two sons os John and Matt The Thelatter I II
I latter to > a the thefav favorite rlte receiving all the tbecare
care and attention John growing up upwith
j with nature as his school John fails failstin failsI fails1A faitsin I
tin 1A love with the school school teacher who whois whohi
is troubled by her father who demands demandsI demandsmoney
j money for drink He looks in the win window window
1 dow Just as she is receiving recelvl the money moneyfto
i froth from fto Mr Davis lie makes a demand demandupon
i upon her for it She refuses and he hesteals heIte hesteals
Ite steals la it from her Zeb returns re requests ref
i quests the money Winnie explains explainsthat explainsthat explainsthat
that it has been stolen she he refuses to togive
I give Ive the name of the thief is about abouti abouttp abouttp
i to tp he arrested when John arrives arrivesI
I I turns over over his own owp money and pro proclaims prof ¬
claims himself the tb tluef John Is ar arrested arrested arrested ¬
rested and sent at to the government governmentstone gOvernmentstone governmentstone
stone quarry Matt tt tells Winnie thatIt that thatif thatIf
if she marries marriesjtift him he will get John Johnfree Johnfree Johnfree
free and brings brln hpr nr to the camp They Theyare ThyRre Theyare
are accompanied by his sister Ma Mabel Mabel Mabet ¬
bel who is the only one who standsbetween stands standsbetween standsbetween
between him and a fortune Mabelhides Mabel Mabelhides Mabelhides
hides amongst the rocks where a blast blastis blastI
is I about to take place Matt discovers discoversher discovt discoversher > tS tSher
her and is about to signal the men to tofire tofire tofire
fire the blast when before this can canbe canbe canbe
be accomplished John Joh seeing herdanger her herdanger herdanpr
danger swings aWlnlflffromtheclifrs swingairom from the cliffs on a der derrick derrick derrick ¬
rick just in I time to bring her to a place placeof
of safety Maggie a New York waif waifwho waifwho waifwho
who is devoted to John for bringingher bringing bringingher bringingI
her to his home follows him to the thecamp thet thecamp
t camp and te infrared in the explosion explosionJohn explosionI explosionJohn
I John is pardoned and marries Winnie Winnieand Winnieanj Winnieand
and everything ends happily The TheI Theallt Thecast
I c < cast ast engaged > npge to play the various parts partsis
j + is well > 1l known known and contains such ar artipts artiFts ari1its
tipts as Vivien Prescott Hattie Law Lawrence Lawrcn Lawrence ¬
rence rcn Minnie Pearl Alice Lelse Min Minnie Mm Mmrile ¬ I Inle
rile Lelse Baby lb by May Jack Ellis ElltsArchie Ellis1rchie EllisArchie
Archie K Christie J J A West A W WReynolds WIeynoJds Wleynolds
Reynolds J Arthur OBrien Willis L LHolmes LHolmes LHolmes
Holmes Hiram Cornell Cornf > 11 Louts Cul Culbanc Culbane Cutbane
bane W La Rue and others othersSTORIES otberaSTORIES othersSTORIES
I Nat M Wifla Will tells tfI an interesting interestingstory Interestingstoly interestingstory
story or Nat Goodwin that has never neverbeen neverbI
i bI been en seen In print printj rint rintIt
j It vas as during du g Goodwins engagement engagementin en 8ement 8ementin
in Hobbies when when IM > was the life ofthat of otthat
j that entertainment that the incident incidenti IncidentHqpenfOd incidenthappened
i happened avid sn id Wills VUlI Sheridanhok Sheridan SheridanHhiHtk Sherldanrhtok
HhiHtk hok A M Palmer E 6 Rice and andother andhT andethrr
other hT theatrical t eatrtcal magnates of that day daywere daytrp
j were trp slicing lit iug near nf > ar the cUrb in front of ofthe ofthp ofthe
the old Union Square theatre one on o after afternoon afternon afternoon ¬
noon talking shop hop when Goodwin who whohad whohai whohaul
had been bt > t > n to the funeral of a fellowthespian fellow fellowthespian fellowthfpian
thespian joined the party part He was sad Mdanti ladand
I and angry Upon being asked the rea reaI reason reason
I son why he stated that the clergy clergymans
j mans elnogy eluo eluogyhad had ad made ate impressionupon impression impressionI
I upon him and that one o of the actors actorsl actorswho
l who was at the funeral had persisted persistedin
I cer in talking shop during the solemn cer ceremonies cerThe ¬
emonies The more Goodwin talked talkedabout tal8dI taI sd sdabout
about him the more disgusted be becamt be became became
I came with player folks te a general and andi andIi andexpressed
i expressed ssed a wish wl b to leave the profes profession profesW profession ¬
sion kear I IWhy
Ii Why W h you ou couldnt do d anything else elsebut elsebut elsebut
but act said ShookCouldnt Shook ShookVouldnt Shookl
Vouldnt l CouldntNo ouldn Ip It ItNo
No retorted retor Shoop you couldnt couldntearn coul couldntearn lut lutparn
earn earn your salt In any other way
After A fter more discussion of o a similar similarnature similarnature similarnature
nature Shook wagered Goodwin a aweeks a aweeks
weeks salary tha t it was Impossible for forthe forthe forthe
the actor to ms3 a all Ilk hihp amount in the thesame
same length of time e by any other manner man manfore manner
ner than that appearing xlghtpy ilrht7be ilrht7betore be before I
fore the footllghte tootllghThe lootlhghThe
The only N TJ accepted it t as he healso I Ialso
also did the stipulation that the wagerwas wager wagerwas I Iwas
was to be decided the following foUowln < < week weekand weekand weekand
and that he was not to leave Jea ve the stage stagewhile stageblle
while blle so doing doingTTaxing dollJgn dotugTludng
TTaxing n his h Yankee ankee ingenuity a alit lit little Uttie ¬
tie Goodwin hit upon a most novel novelidea novelidea novelidea
idea He placed an ad in the New NewTor NewYork NewYork
York York IHeraldi 1ieral wtach read as follows followsWanted followsWanted
Wanted a companion to accompany accompanya accompanyeatleman
a gentleman < < to Europe Salary no ob object obI ¬
I ject GoodfeUowshlp the th only requi rectulSetad t e4juielte
> elte Send stamps for reply replyEre replyEm
Ere the week was over Mr Goodwin Goodwinhad Goodwinbad
had t received eeived mqre than 8006 answers answersand answenI answersand
I and as the postage in those th se days was 3 3cents 3cent1ai8
cents cent1ai8 his receipts from the sale Ie of those thosestamps 1 I1o tose tosestamps e estamps
stamps exceeded his weekly stipend by byquite
i quite a sum sumShook 8umShoolt
Shook acknowledged a nowledged himself beaten beatenand beatenand
and paid the forfeiture forfeitureA
A the law at ttt tl t time compelled compelledan
an answer wv to be returned where hete hetestamp a astamp
stamp was Incteeed Ind6 d Mr Goodwin Goodwblwttll with withthe withthe
the amount am unt acquired both from hhe the thewager be beaces
wager aces and the sale of stamps pur purchased putchased ¬
chased a little souvenir had a dreulsrprinted circular circularprinted clrealarpJtntec1
printed explaining the whyfor of the theadvertisement theatlverthlemeDt theadvertisement
advertisement and mailed them to each eachperson
person that answered his original an announcement anJaO anGeorge ¬
nouncement nouncementGeorge JaO meot meotGeorp
< t
George H Primrose the noted min minstrel mlnatrel minrtrel ¬
strel formerly of Primrose kDock kDockstakrs Dock DockstaHerji DockI1Ier
staHerji I1Ier minstrels a fews days age agetalked agetalked
talked of old times in burnt cork corkTea corkY
Tea Y I have known a good many manycelebrities manyeeebritlee
celebrities celebritiessaid said the minstrel but no nobody nobody ¬
body ever suspected peeted fed them of o beingspelt being beingsuch beingII1JCh
such at the am dme There was Sol Smith SmithRusseH Smitha1l8HM
unwell Chauncey Olcott Raymond RaymondMoore RaymoadIIoore RaymondDore
Moore Dore 3111 Julius Wltmark Banks Wintercomposer Winter Wintercomposer Wintercom
composer com of Wbtt Whitewlngs wlnp and Frank FrankHoward FraDkHoward FrankHoward
Howard th the famous tenor who is held heldaccountable heldaccouJUable heldetccoutgable
accountable for When the Robins RobinsNeat RobinsNMt
Neat Again an anti Only o aly a Pansy PP8 Bios Biossom Blo88OIJ1
somWhy som Why 7 did the u oldtime expertness expertnesswith expertnesswith
with bones and tombos disappear dl ppear from fromminstrelsy trommJutrdly
minstrelsy f was asked askedMainly askedMJ askedMsii
MJ Msii Mainly ty because 1f tlae e It Its is next to Im 1mjiosHfhla Imto imposWils
jiosHfhla to gat tit ehd men m n nowadays nowada71lwho nowada71lwhoMGIIcleDt who whoare whoary
are ary proficient in the use 1 e of these in instraments InItru
straments Itru sntlf > A AJrood good comedian would wouldnot wouldnottH wouldnot
not nottH ee b turned down now because of his hisinability hisJftabSllty hisItiabUlty
inability tohandle this end mans Insignia in insignia iDipSa ¬
signia and D4 consequently eoa equenUy the practice practicehas practiceIta practicehas
has Ita almost aJm t been abandoned abandonedDo I
Do you think minstrel shows are on onthe onthe
I i
the decline i iThe I IuTke
The shows are just as good was as l lthe I Ithe
the reply bat b t I think the public taste tasteis tasteis i i
is daaJI8l changing somewhat J1at in this thl dlrec dlr
tion I
UoaDo Do you Ou think tJa was wa asked Uthat that an anoldfaahiotted i ioldfa I <
oldfaahiotted oldfa 1oaed minstrel show a ow would be besuccessful benceeatl1l I
successful today todayI
4 < I certainly think tnk one would draw drawhe
the fist the he x Old > M tricks would be new to the thettreqer
asge i theatregoer ti4eatre and I think the tbef thethethlhg
flElf f of the thethlhg e thing would be attract attractive7 attractive attracttie ¬
ive7 tie j0wrer W I have no immediate immediateambitions Immediateam
ambitions am ambltte bIUoiI8 ias ta that direction I likevaudedhle like likevaudeville likevaucJ
vaudeville vaucJ odDe work said the tbeexmIDlttereluand exmlnsterel exmlnstereland
and the luxury of staying a whole wholeweek wholewe
week we k + ift one place cannot be appreciat appreciated
ed by b one one who has 11 not experienced the thedl i idiscomforts
discomforts dl C nJtorts of onenight stands This Thisisthe Thlt
Ie isthe t te first time hi tI twentyfive years yearsthat yearlltJtt
t that t I have ha ve beet able < ble to get the burnt burntcork burntMrk
cork out of th t the corners of my face faceVaudeville faceVaudeville I IVaudetI1e
Vaudeville audiences take kindly to I Imy
my work and I take kindly to vaude vaudevllle vaudevile I
vllle so everybody is satisfied satisfiedRichard
i iRIchard
Richard Golden wasnt looking for a abunko abunko abunko
bunko man when he met the poet But Buthe Buthe
he found one The tcllow tc llnw was tall and andlanky nd ndlanky
lanky and declared that he would liketo like liketo Uketo
to see Golden In a farce he was playing playinga playi 1 1a
a season or r two tujo tujoMe o
aHe Me c added that J although ftiOUgh though he couldnt af afford aftord
ford to pay for a ticket he would be beCat
glad to write some verses on the occasion occasionof occa jon jonof
of his I visit The comedian was taken takenwith takeDwith takenwith
with the theIdea idea and passed B6d the poet into intothe Intothe
the Show When hen he reached his hi hotel hotellate hotellat
late lat that night Golden had quite fontot fontotten tor ot otten
ten the incident but the stren tr nzer l1 lr hadnt hadntHe hadntHe
He was right on deck and walking waking up to tothe tothe tothe
the comedian CO l1 handed hnrnde dnded him a roll of paper paperWhat paperWhat
What Is I this Niar asked Golden GoldenThe GoldenTbc
The poem poema a few lines on witnessing witnessingyour wltRUBtncyour
your our performance p rfCirmanceread read it replied the thelanky thelanky they
lanky y one oneJas oneO oneHolden
O Holden lden unroJltM ttnroll d tile scroll but got onl only onlyas
as 11 far as s the title Ut1 it started off
Jas Linea on seeing Richard Golden GoldenWelcome Goldcnc GoldenCeicone
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We wish to create extra activity in this deAartmert de departmeilt
partmeilt justpreceding just preceding tloliday seas season seasonhence n nhence
hence this offering Our new mouldings mouldingsare
are choice and varied in style and consid considering considering
ering the good work we do this opportunityshould opportunity ppjrtunitfshould
should not be slighted slightedSalt
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Theres The es a scandal scandalbrewing scandalbre1FiDg scandalbrewing
brewing in the theintarior theinteriOr theinterior
interiOr department
Prices 25c to 150 Sale now on onNitrht onSPECIAL onPRICES
PRICES Nitrht Z5c csoc 60c Tic TicMatinee 7cr 7cJunes
Matinee a inee 23c 23cJanss
Junes Hammer beg to announce announceMrW
MrW Mr W B Patten in The Ministers Son Sonfor Sonfor tI tIfor
for three thr e nights and Wednesday matineeCOMMENCING matinee matineeCOMMENCING matiDtltIOMMENClliG
It is one of f the very best attractions to toappear toappelfr toappear
appear in this oily and they can canhighly GB1lhighly canhighly
highly recommend it itNBXT It1iBXT itmT
NBXT ATTRACTION ATTEACTIOfTh1U8day Thursday Friday and Dd Saturday Saturda Xattaee XattaeeSaturday MatJneeSaturday uee ueeSaturdq
Saturday at 215 p m A Story of the Socth Socthlit Sodth4s xthn
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Filled Bill et with Snaaaa mhipprt InLttalt Laugktar and Team a Stwta elL jn 81 81Tuesday al al11I4NIday Sttleaday
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WEVE W B EVE vE got just what wfiathe whathe
he 1018 waits The TheHart TheHart TheHart
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Hart Scafiaer Marx MarxVarsity MarxVarsity
Varsity It is the most mostfashionable mostfashionable mostfashionable
fashionable suit made for foryoung toryaunf foryoung
young men and most of ofthem ofthem
them know it Those who whodont whodont whodont
dont are the greatest greatestlosers greatestlosers rea tes t tlosers
losers losersWe losersWe losersWe
We havent said much muchabout m1lCha1 muchabotit
about a1 > olt hats and furnishings ItoishiBgsThey furnishingsThey J JThey
They are necessary how hoNever1o however however ¬
ever1o ever to correct dress and andas andas andas
as well as having the best bestclothing bestclothing bestclothing
clothing we hare the best bestin bestin bestin
in hats and furnishings furnishingstoo
too and we ask no more morethai morethan moreth2ri
thai inferior goods oods are sold soldfor soldfor soldfor
for forRIHARD forR1HkRDSt1
172 Main Street
Delinquent D Delinqumttxatiee DelinqumttxatieeCOMTOCK illQ1l8Dt Jfotlee JfotleeCOM8TOCK XGtleeCOKeTOCK
pany ny Principal place of business bal ru roms ollS is
7 and 8 Walkers bank building balld1n Bait SaltLake BaitLake LIt LItlAke
Lake City llt Utah UtahNotice Uta UtahNoticeThere >
Notice NoUceTbere There are delinquent upon th thtUowlq thtetowing > > r rfollowing t
following described stock on account acesmtassessment eeOliDtnt f fassessment
assessment nt No 5 55 levied on the JMh da daof daof
of September IMS the several vera1 amounts amountsset amounlSeet amountsset
set share opposite o poatte the name 1111I at f DM u respecti respectishareholder fWleCtiNm riapectishare >
shareholder as followCer follow followCer
Cer Name Nm Shares Amount oun I Im
471 M Dosaeldorf 16W 1 L Jlw 100 < 11
472 M DttseeMorf 2 2eOG W 0 u < J
4 485 A Hanauer jr 6s0 iI ad u AJ AJIS8
488 M S Hanauer HanauerBIO Iti I A J 3
BIO 10 Gee Y Wallace See j1 M I h
511 Geo Y Wanao Wa Wallas See 50 I Im
527 John McNalty cN 1 15ffl 1115 IOU 1 15Z8
5ffl John McNally 10W 1 IW JSWS29 IWa < > 1iZ9
S29 a > 9 John McNally 10M 1 lou lW1 lW153D e e5e
630 John McNally lieN n LfW LfW56C 1 > IOU IOux I IC
56C C BMarklaad B llarldaad 10W 1 HW HWC 1 lots lotsC U UJill
Jill C B Mark Mark1aDd land 1609 1609Samuel I III5 1t cw cwSamuel
II5 Samuel J Paul Paul9M 111 WJ J 4I 4I51t 110 110Sallluel
9M SamuelJ J Paul Paulta M a w CUe45 wp
ta P J Anaon DIIOD 011 011IG
IG 45 Max Hanaoer HanaoerMC 111 boo 7 II IIMax 441 441NO
MC Max HaD Hanauer uer 6N JU 0 IN ww
141 47 Max Hanauer HanaoerA 610 5 O w w6C eew
6C A Hanauer Jr UM 1 Idm 1 N Nt68 W >
868 M Dnsaeldorf MW IOD > 500 500M IiOOI 550M
M I DusseUorf HMO HMH HMHCO 1WUA 1000f5 > < >
CO A Haoauer Jr 3100 M toe 3W 3WK 3l 30ls 1 1R >
< K R J Glendeanlai G Giendetmtaj 2N 10 s4
718 A W Gallagher GallacherTta iM lQ lQM K K7tli
Tta E Vlko 1N 10 10141 10141sia I
815 H W Heagren H D 301 ilI ilIBen iI
854 Ben Rub R ah 1N iit f tj cs18
878 Mike Brand 51 4 4i84 4aril
aril Simon Jttaeman IaJI i L 1IN l4 1 Of I 111 < M to toNew
811 8 Sadie Newman New 111 JI M j jS91
891 Esther Klaeman M0 11J loe loeW 0
990 W B ftseman JII eman US 1 1S J
981 Rena Cohen CohenSd5 8 I IIII
Sd5 88 Simon Etsemaa Eisemau Eisemau9C7 11J1 b
9C7 C C Higgins lit JI 1 IW IWl
1037 l 37 M J Dowlta ill 2J 71 t
1031 M J Dowlia 311 Yt YtIOS6 l I J
1036 1 Simon Elaeman E ElaemanM 111 1Q II d 1
M 1 14181 Michael Martin 1fI H io H t tU >
110 U 1100 Bank of Commerce 511 5b 5 1 I Ill
1106 ll li A P Sa irmnsajsaj ataky 5N 54 iI 40 e
1124 J Rice 1 1011 Itwii J JJta 3410 J
1125 J 1 Rice UN 1 < H 1 1410 W II IIUil 4 4nil >
nil H G Wood od 318 Zu u It
1180 B D Newman N j 10 j 1 II IIUOI >
1301 A I Jacobs Jaco HJt Ww 104 10 b
1210 N A Pace 1N M 10 1012K 1011 1 >
12K F D Hl HiSXtaboUuun HiSXtaboUuunJr lDbotIaam lDbotIaamJr
Jr IM M to I 0 01m ul2
123 l2 F O HlaPn HlaPnJr Higgtaobthajn HiggtaobthajnJr
Jr W 1 > 10 1 10 1012M j jUIt 7
12M S s1 J Paul MO l 41 41a < IM
1240 a Joseph J < MJepb Oberndorfer Mi iv < >
1255 1 Meta Boettecher IN lf 1 JO i01 i011x90 It It1m >
1390 L 1 P Marix K rIx I 5 ui I I1m 1ira
127 ira A M Hananer 1 let 100 u I
1280 A M Hananer lttt 1 1IN louo IOtJ J
1281 A M Hanauer 1 1O M S 100 100Iffi II IIJa J
1282 Ja A M Haaauer Lee I loci lO iJ I Il8t oJ oJUBI
1289 A M Hanauer MM 1 HW 10 00 110 ro1J0 u v J t
1800 1J0 Joseph Oberndorfer 1 105 JO PO 0
1301 Joseph Oberndorfer 60 b oJ 1
1510 11 J F Ferris 111 10 to
1335 A M Hanauer 3N iu iu13M + J JU3I
1336 A M L Haoauer 301 30 JI r
1317 A M Hanauer 400 40 4011 41 II III3N < > e
1 1340 Sheets t Thompson 1 111 ss 1u 10 lit litLHi In In1E45
1345 A M Hanauer 511 iO 1 It r
1346 A M Hananer 505 b I u fltl s
1364 Barnett A I Langley MO lo 1 11m u uIS77 < >
1377 A Hanauer Jr 1000 I 109 ou 0 It ItU18
1378 A Hanauer Jr 1000 I iou oo Ot
1401 1 Joseph Oberndorfer Oberndocfer 1000 1 100 oo
1408 1 S A Whitney w > M 10 101M w3N 1n w
1421 Joseph Oberndorfer OberndQrfer Ml 19 h M J JlU3
1433 141 ole Johnson f MO to 11 41 M
1438 Ole Johnson Joh Mft w I o >
1437 1 7 Ole Johnson MO lt IP 1 > tltJ tltJliUG < u uUOS I
UOS J A McFadden KcFad ea Mt lo loai7 11 IJ I >
ai7 7 H B Cole Col Co M lei W 4U 4UThomas 4 w ull5
1554 ll5 Thomas G Ix Love ve 1000 1 low low13c9 ioulli9
13c9 1 William Rumal 6tf i i15S3 i 6 6UAi oj ojWSS >
15S3 L 1 E Camomile i 4N 41
1587 T G Ix Love > Te Te11OO N 5 4
11OO 1110 J Oberndorfer a 5
I I and in accordance ccordan with the law 1 w and a aorder an anorder alI
order of the board of directors made on onthe onthe onthe
I the 30th day of September St > 1903 no many manyshares mal1 mal1of manyshares
shares of each parcel of said kI stock as 1 1may
I may be necessary n ry will be sold at pubi pubiauction pub pubauction
auction at the office oe floe of the treasure treasurerooms treasurfi treasurerooms
i rooms 7 and 8 Walkers bank building buildingcorner buUdincomer butldincorner
corner of Main and Second South streetSalt street > l lSalt
I Salt Lake Lak City Utah on Saturday th21st th th21st
21st 1st day of November 1M3 at 2 oclock oclockp
I p m to pay delinquent aasesaments 1ft T to together together t tgether
gether with the coat of advertitlng ad dTertieina ana anaI aulexpense
I expense of sale saleA
I ofJotS JotS OB tl8tDORFiR Tre TrebeJit Treas TreasAsseasmeat
beJit A imminent JTo foe 15 15MARTHA 15MARTHA I I3IARTHA
I company Principal place of business LuainessSalt tul businessSalt nt > 5 5I
Salt Lake City Utah Vta b Location of mines minesTintic mln mlnTintic minesTlntic
I Tintic mining district Notice Is I hereby herebygiven berebI 4 4given
given that at a meeting of the board of ofdirectolll f fdirectors frectors
directors rectors of the Martha Mart a Washington ashin lon Min MinOctober Mininc Mining
I inc company held on the 2ftD 24tt day ot otOctober ot1 ot1October
October 1903 assessment No 15 of one oneI
1 cent per share was levied 1eT1t > d upon th thcapital the thAcapital thecapital
capital stock of the tb corporation issued issuedand iauectn Issuedand
and outstanding n payable Immediately a to tothe tothe
= = Kf t Tcn b bF
the secretary at his office room 420 P PF PF
F Walker building Salt Lake City Utah UtahAny UtahAny UtahAny
Any stock upon which this assessment assessmentmay assessmentmay t tmay
may remain unpaid on Tuesday the 24th 24thday 24thI 24thday
day of November IsM will be delinquent delinquentand delnqu deln < juu juuand 1t
I and advertlsedVor talc at public b auction auctionand auctionand t
1 and = unless payment is made X before cf will willbe willbe willbe ni nilie
be sold on Monday aon4aY the 14th day of De Deand December December December ¬
cember 1908 at 12 oclock noon at th thsecretarya thRCretar the thesecretarys
secretarya RCretar office > to pay the delinquent delinquentassessment delloQueotaa8ISIDent delinquentassessment
assessment thereon together with the thqALVIRAS th thta theeoab
eoab ta o of advertising and fx e > el rse e or lIal lIalALVIRAS sale saleALVIRAB
ALVIRAS 3 E SNOW Secretary SecretaryM Secretar7if SecretaryM11
if M M11 FRIEDMAN i CO t tI
145 MIll St frnfess tr eu euCemnlete BMf BMfCemol t tI
C8mDlete Cemol t 8Uxsk aC aCHENS ofMEWS 11 11EN
razry eury sad tIM meat baWfataarr ti8factlWr
fiaiahs tarfodata kta and lastIg
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