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THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY St StNDAYIARCH1919O jAY MARCH 19 1905 i
1 I
THIS WEEK AT 4T THE THEATRES TEEATKESGRAND THEATRESGnANDAII THEAThESGRANDAll
GRAND GnANDAII All week Harry Cor Corson CorROU Coron
son on Clarke in ULostTwcnty ULostTwcntyCoUr Lost Twenty Twentyfour
four Hours HoursSALT HoursSALT HoursSALT
SALT LAKE THEATRE THEATRElIon THEATRElIonday Mon
4 day evening third concert by the theSalt theSait the3aIt
Salt Lake Symphony orchestra orchestraWednesday orchestraVedneaday orchestraVednesday
Wednesday and Thursday even evenIngs evenIngs evening
Ings the University Dramatic club clubIn clubin clubin
In Taps Friday and Saturday Saturdayevenings Saturdaynlngs SaturdayvenIflg8
evenings nlngs William H Turner in inDavid inDavld
1 David Harum HarumOMORROW lIarulnT
t
1 OMORROW venlng in the Salt Lake LakeTh LakeTheKterthe La1eI
T I Th TheKterthe TheKter en tor the third concert in the theseries thesf theiie
series sf > lle of the Salt Lake Symphony Symphonyorchestra S Symphonyorhvstr
orchestra is to be e given The Thcseat seat eut sale salewhich salehidl saleJ1ih I
which hidl bugati t KI1 on Friday has been brisk briskand brIskan briskand
and an there thei e Is every reason for believing believingthat believingthat believingthat
that the third audience will be the thelargest thclar thelargest
largest lar st of the series This assuredly assuredlyshould ussuredlyshould assuredtyshould
should be the case for no local organ organization orgunJzaUon organJzatioii ¬
ization Is nure worthy of patronage patronagethan patronagethan patronagetban
than the Salt Lake Symphony orches orchestra orchestra orchestrt ¬
tra traIt
It was as not organized for the purpose purposeof
of making money mone Indeed such a athought athouht athought
thought was farthest from the minds mindsof mindsor mindsof
of the promoters They knew from past pastexperience pastxpelltnce paStexperience
experience that it is not possible pm slb1e to pay
dividends dl fdends from the receipts of sym symphony symphoIY symphoiy ¬
phoIY orchestra or < lltstm concerts Therefore Thereforethey Thereforethy Thereforethey
they called on many of the bestknown bestknownpeople bestknownJEopll bestknovnieoph
people of Salt Lake LaJe and solicited finan financial financIal Ilnanml ¬
cial ml support The response was gen generous generous generous ¬
erous There ThCl are on the list 1i t of patrons patronssomething patrons5lmrthing patronssmething
something like 225 names mlln suld and the roe roster 108tcr roeter ¬
ter Is a roll of horor honorThere hororThre hororThere
There is to be just one more concert concertafter concertaClr concertafter
after the performance tomorrow even evenIng cvenIng evenlug
Ing Manager John D Spencer to towhose tohose
1 whose hose intelligence and faithful work workth workth workth
th < large measure of success ucces already alreadyattained alreadyattained alreadyattained
attained is principally due would be beglad beglad e eglad
glad to secure more patrons and pat patronesses patronsses patronesses ¬
ronesses and those who have not al already alrlady already ¬
ready been enrolled on the list of guar guarantors guarantols guarnntois ¬
antors should lose no time in getting on onit onU onit
it for they will be In splendid com company campa coinPL ¬
pany panyThe pa P
paThe PTh
The Th soloists tomorrow night will be beJohn beJohn beJohn
John J J McClellan M < Cleltan pianist and An Anthony Anthon Ant1201y ¬
thony thon E l Carlson arlSn baritone The pro programme prograrnme prograinrne ¬
gramme follows followsOverture fQllowaOvrturl olloso
Overture o Prture Merry 1 I IJ Wives of Wind Windsor WTInd5cr Vln Vlnor ¬
sor or Nioolai
First Flr t imuvement nun ment of Unfinished UnfinishedSymphony UnfinlshNlSmphony UuiithhetliyflUliOny
Symphony in B Minor Schubert SchubertAria SchubertArb chubertArli
Aria She Alone Charmeth My ll llSadhe MySadhese
Sndhesr t front Irene I eueounod eueounoda C lounod lounodt ounod ounoda
< a t Largo strings arid harp Handel Handelb
b Pecheur ONtipolitairi e e1 > Na NapolitHihu NaloIitftirw u uPOlitfliiHi
politHihu fi Ruhenstcin Ruhenstcinc RubensteinTOleadolC
c 0 Toreudoro et AmlKlouPC AmlKlouPCt SnlRlou
t Rubenstelu RubensteluConcerto itiihensiIitCoitcerto tubentlrlnCOJlccrto
Concerto A minor op 01 16 allegro allegromolto nllegromollo allegroniolto
molto moderate udiigio Greig
W Yulta alt Tales u es from from the Vienna ViennaWoods VIe ViennaWoudn na nao J
31
Woods o r Strauss StraussM StraussMrIhlstopheies traussIl
M phistopheles Il > Serenade erellu e from fromFaust fromFau fromFatist
Faust Fau t Gounod Gounodli GounodMdrch
Mdrch li 1 > rch r h from Tannhauser Wagner Wagnern
J t tOn
On hi n Wednesday Vedl1esda and Thursday Thursdn nights nightstlu nightstJu nightstll
tlu tll University Dramatic club will make makeIts makeIt
Its It first appearance upp tu mce this year ear In in the theSalt theKilt theSiit
Salt Lake Theater The play pla to be bepresented b bprOgenled bePeeiited
presented is Christopher Junior a aremedy aIIIfd atnietly
remedy IIIfd drama by b Madeline Ryley the theauthor theauthor I Iauthor
author of Mice and Men Ien The play
lias ll been given in Salt Lake once by byJohn bYT byJehu
John T > hl1 Drew Maud Adums and Ethel EthelBarrymore EtlllBarr EthelBarrymore
Barrymore Barr rnorc It was in this play that I IMaud IIaud IMaud
Maud Adams and Ethel Barrymore Bunymorpblth Barryniorebnh j
bnh achieved Hhh ed the success that made madethem madethMll madetheni
them stars st2tisrhe I Irh j
The rh play is i < one of the best the club clublv j
Lrs Lp ever produced and an that is saying sayingi sayinglute I
i lute s bit for the club has always alwayswide j jrr inldp
rr wide > ide an effort to secure good plays playsand playstid j jand
and has paid Id big royalties 1o oa1ties lties in order that thatit
it might obtain them them There are in intho intll inthe I
the tll cast N t this year ear six old members memberssome mcmbersSOfn
some s fle of ofwhom whom are pretty well known to tothratcrgocrs tothCatfrgOErs totlicatergoers
thratcrgocrs Among these are Miss MissKuiKi 11iss11IJl Miss1tiit
KuiKi Harker who plays pla the part of ofDor orDora ofIora
Dora Iora I lIedway led way This was Maud Adams Adamspit Adamspi AdamspIt
pit pi 1 The part Pi rt suits Miss Ii 5 Harker very veryrll verycli eo eopU
rll and people who ho have seen the thep
p J > > i y have predicted that it will be behT behl beh
hT h r greatest rpatest success successMiss SUCe68liss successMiss
Miss Lylia Knudson who played pla ed Mrs MrsIc Mrslsup 118 118hl
Ic lsup supin sup In Trelawney of the Wells Wellsand Wellstnil eHs eHsm
and m Sergeant Shulter in The Ama AmaSms Amam
Sms m m = has the part of Mrs hs Glibb GlibbElbert GJlbbIJbrt GllbbLibcrt
Elbert D Thomas will be seen as asChristopher ashrI8topler aslirletopher
Christopher Jr This was Mr 111 Drews Drewsp
p rt Mr Thomass Tweenways 1eenwa s in inThe inTh inThe
The Th Amazons and his Prosper In InThe In1hl inThc
The Scrap of Paper have won him himiviiny bimJlJ himniay
iviiny JlJ < 111 friends who are looking forward forwardVi forwardith forwardith
Vi ith interest and perhaps ptrl1 Ps with some someanxiety someanx someanxiety
anxiety anx etv ns to the th result of his attempt attempttil
til such tufil a difficult role as Christopher ChristopherJr
Jr The other old membe membep 5 are Will WillMifTlin WillMlTlITI VillIHTlin
MifTlin and Lu Marshall and Jack JackHume Jack1IUrrLe
I
Hume htru Among A1flOfl the new ne members arc arcMis arcHg arelts
Mis Hg Bob Ellerbeck who plays Ethel EthelBimymoress EthelI3rrymorej thel thelBHTymore
Bimymoress P Plttt Vt Nelly Colt Elise EliseWard Eliseard EliseWard
Ward ard A i Fairchild Fafr < hild Sherman Earl W WSrott WSvott V V8cott
Srott Moses Nielson Niel on and Richard Hart HartAs HartAs HartAs
As this club Is the only home club clubthat clubttLlt clubtlLt
that puts on plays at regular intervals intervalsit
it h has ha s come to be e considered the Salt SaltLtU Salttli Saltiikf
LtU tli home dramatic club and its per performances performances peroriuiaces ¬
formances oriuiaces are always alwu 1 ways s looked forward forwardto
to by h Salt Lakers generally a and d it Is Iscxiietted Isx1p IsC
cxiietted C x1p e < ted that the student players will willI
I 1 greeted with big houses hou eM Professor ProfessorMaud ProCessorla ProfessorLniJ
Maud la lId May Babcock Is director directorfl direatorn4ei11 directorftveille
fl n4ei11 veflle and Taps the new play by byBiiant byDr byIliint
Biiant Dr i nt Stringham Young will be pre pros
s utod Tlh < I at the Salt Lake L ke theatre on April Apriland Aprillb AprftI
I lb and 11 Active rehearsals r arc al now nowfeoiig nowboil nowgoi
feoiig boil J g on with the piece while the G GV GH GIl
V It under whose auspices and an for forv forHSP forhoss
v Iios HSP benefit ben fH it is i to be b given are areking areoddllS areokigIsard
oddllS okigIsard > king hard to make it a social and andJ andftwial andtiiaI
J aiiial success tiU t > There will be many manyohi manyos
ohi 0 os ltifs s and Interesting scenes in the thePH thei
PH 11 i A an and < l along the line of scenic enic ef effcftv effd effct
fcftv the reproduction of the battle on onLI onL
LI 1 lout mountain will be most realis realisu
u I and beautiful The best available availableiliuiteur availablenUl available1IIitcur
iliuiteur nUl t < > ur talent In the city has been beenff
ff f urfd uf > d for the production the author authorlAtPK authorf authortitcs
f lAtPK and a great deal of talent will willr
r n > eivo eiv i Its lirst Theatre Introduction IntroductionAmong IntroductionmollJ IntroductionAmong
Among mollJ the many man Interesting features featuresv
v ia U be the planting of a flag in the theltM the1o
ltM 1o l t tIp tl scene ne on the heights h ights that was wascViud wa waI wasthrough
cViud I ill through the actual battle of ofI ofkmt ofLhlIt
I LhlIt > kout mountain the late John Mor MorE 1lorgd Morof
E gd n of this 1hl thiscity city Ity having planted It on onheights onr
1 < heights Three color bearers had in intitn int Inboen
titn t t1 b IJ4en en killed while carrying thetflag1 thetflag1ui the nab nabUP flagUT
ui UP the mountain Grasped at last by byMr b blr byMr
Mr lr Morgan he started Btart d up with It He Hevas He8f liev
vas v 8f s severe s sevreIy vercty ty wounded but b t persisting persistingpillg persistingr
keeping r pillg > on hi his hands and knees at atlast atth
last L < it th thf emblem of liberty was planted plantedabovr plantedlbo plantedaboe
abovr lbo the heads of the victorious army armyIn armyIn armyin
In Reveille and Taps the flag will be betarried bearrlfd bearrl4d
tarried on the stage and planted on the theJu thohdght8 theh1ghts
Ju hdght8 Ights by N Morgan 1tor n a son of the theoriginal theoriginal theorlgiual
original hero of the flag There will be beum beunwrous beuimrous
um unwrous rous and striking situations which whicharc whiehart
arc so 0 closely closel woven in the thread of ofihf ofih
ihf ih he story of the play pIa as to be really reallynecessary reallyrlel reallyretegsary
necessary rlel egSary to carry carr it to its denouement denouementand
and not with any an Idea of being be In for fofspectacular forspctacular
spectacular purposes only The cast castand castand castand
A and other details will be announced
later as perfected perfectedAn
An Englishman a twoact farce by
Miss ir < fanneRu qpJtuill 5igH n Allfocd Mfoi lfop the tlieauu tlieauuof author authorof au Qt Qtof
of Trails will be bepresented presented for T t th life
i
4
first time next Thursday Thursda and Friday
I evenings at the Nineteenth ward wardamusement wardamusement
amusement hall The cast includes Miss
Alford Miss Ellen En en Tibbits Miss Annie
Erickson Bert Margetts and Shady
Stringer
4t it 4t
On Friday evening the 24th Inst Mr
Thomas RadcIIffe Ra < 1ClltTe will Introduce his
pupil Miss Edna Coray in an organ organrecital organrecital
recital at the First Congregational Congregationalchqreh Congregationalclitreh
chqreh assisted by Mrs Flora Mac
donalGSnyder contralto and his hisyoungest hisyoungest hisYoungest
youngest daughter Roza Teresa Rad Radcllflfe Radelirte fladcliffe
cllflfe on the violin violinSTORIES violinSTORIES violinSTORIES
STORIES ABOUT PLAYERS PIAYERSTheodore PLAYERSTheodOle PLAYERSTheodore
Theodore Kremor is the Clyde Fitch Fitchof Fitchof Fitchof
of the melodrama m lodrama world He has writ ¬
ten probably a halfhundred halfhund hal fhundred rcd raring
roaring raging plays that are popu ¬
lar In the family ramil theatres He has hasan husan hitsau
an au ambition ambit jon however to do better betterwork betterwork
work and now that he has acquired the
fortune permitting him to indulge his
fancy he intends to show what he can
do In fact act he intimates that already
he has written a play that has been beenapproved beenapproed beeiiapproved
approved on Broadway New Turk
though he disguised dis ulsed himself for the
trial Charles Darnton asked him why h
he was afraid to sign his own name
Because he answered if I had hudwnlked hadWalked
walked boldly into the sacred precinct precinctof
of s 2 art you chaps please excuse me m >
for saying you chaps would have haveslaughtered haveslaughtered haveslaughtered
slaughtered me You would have said
to yourselves This is Melodrama Kre Kremer Kremer Fremer
mer and you ou would have condemned condemnedmy condemntmy
my play Oh yes you would It Itwould Itwould itwould
would have been the natural thing to
do Instead In Jtead of taking the risk I took tookanother tookanother tookmother
another name The result was good goodnotices goodnotices goodnotices
notices and a profitable run All the thecritics thecrlties thecritics
critics praised my play and it is now nowon nowon nowon
on the road making a a lot of money
If I succeed in writing two or three threeother threeother threeother
other high class successes and thats thatswhat thatswhat thatswhat
what Im going to try to do I will willthen willthen wiltthen
then come forward and take off the themask themask themask
mask maskIt maskIt
It was suggested that Broadway Broadwayseemed Broudwnleemed Broadwayseenwd
seemed to be > developing a keen taste tastefor tastefurm tastefor
for furm melodrama mmL
An American fiirls Life in Syria Syr SyrBY I IBY
BY MARGARET DALE OWEN OWENG
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Margaret Dale Owen
Margaret Dale Owen the well known knownaclress knownactress I Iactress
actress now playing pln fnS with the Harry HarryCorson HarryCorson HarryCorson
Corson Clarke company cut a wide wideswath wideswath wide8WLth
swath among the sighing swains of Eu Europe Europe Europe ¬
rope when wb n she sh toured through that con continent continent eontinent ¬
tinent during her last visit Miss Owen OwenIB
16 a very cry pretty girl a perfect blonde blondewith blondewith blondewith
with large lustrous eyes and regular regularand regularand regularand
and mobile features That she should shouldhave shouldhave houldl1
have l1 ve captured theEuropean the European male con contingent contingent contingent ¬
tingent was not remarkable But she shehas shehas sitehas
has made even greater conquests than thanthat thanthat thanthat
that Her fame as a beauty has gone goneas goneas goneas
as far afield as ancient and mysterious mysteriousSyria mysterIousSTIa mysteriousSyria
Syria SyriaIt STIaIt
It was in Haifa Syria that Miss MissOwen lIissOwen MissOwen
Owen was looked l oked upon with languish languishing languishIng languishleg ¬
ing eyes by the smart Mohammedans Mohammedanswho iohammedanswho
who scowled ferociously at each other otherwhen oth otherwhen < > r rwhen
when they saw how attentively the thebeautiful thebe thebeautiful
beautiful be utlful girl was regarded on all allhands alihands allhands
hands handsOne handsOne handsOne
One of the th more ardent of her Syrian Syrianwooers Syrianwooers Syrianwooers
wooers was Ram Hassid who already alreadyhad alreadyhad alreadyhad
had four wives but who Immediately Immediatelybecame Immediatebe Immediatelybedame
became be ame very anxious to increase the thenumber thenUmber thenumber
number the moment he set eyes e es upon uponMargaret uponltargaret uponMargaret
Margaret Owen The how and the why whyof whyot whyof
of ot the wooing and of the blank refusal refusalthat refusalthat refusalthat
that followed It together with the ro romantic romantic romantic ¬
mantic circumstances surrounding the thewhole theVhol thewhole
whole Vhol affair form form a strangely interest interesting interesting interestIng ¬
ing chapter in the life history of the thepretty thepretty thepretty
pretty actress It is not a L story that thatshe thats1e thatshe
she likes to tell though it reflects more morecredit morecredit morecredit
credit upon u > on her than otherwise Some Somesay Somesa Somesay
say sa that she Is averse t the noto notoriety notoriety natoriety ¬
riety that might follow anl a 1 others othersthat oth othersthat rs rsthat
that she really reull did di have a high regard regardfor regardfor regardfor
for Ram Hassid though It did not notamount notamount potamount
amount to love and under the circum circumstances circumstances ¬ 1 1stances
stances primarily considering his mul multiplex multiplex multiplex ¬
tiplex matrimonial engagements and andcontracts andontracts andcontracts
contracts never ne elcould could have led to her hermarrying hermarryIng hermarrying
I
marrying him himMiss himMiss bunMiss
Miss Owen who ho is an Indiana girl girlIs girlIs girlIs
Is a niece of Mrs Mr Lawrence L rence OHphant OHphantwho Oii Oiiphantwho hant hantwho
who went to Syria to look after the es estates estates estates ¬
tates of her husband shortly after the thedeath thed thedeath
death d atb of the noted English writer and andrar andwar andvar
war correspondent who won his first firstspurs firstspurs flrstspurs
spurs with Chinese Gordon GordonNear GordonNear GordonNear
Near a quaint little village called calledHaifa calledHaita calletiHaifa
Haifa OHphant had planned to start a asmall afnnall asmall
small community to tocomplete complete the th work workThomas workThomas workThomas
Thomas Lake Harris or California Ca1ifo nla had hadbegun hadbegun hadbegun
begun and so Ignominiously abandoned abandonedWhen aban abandonedWhen oned onedWhen
When the t c widow found herself called calledupon calledupon calledupon
upon to go to that faroff country she shesent shesent shesent
sent for her niece to accompany her herand beland herand
and the demure little Hoosier girl girljumped girljuitiped Irl IrljUIl1ped
jumped at the chancejto chancol1osee chancoAoaeosomtup chancoAoaeosomtupmore see somathlrrRT somathlrrRTmoro lIomQthiugmore
more qf Qtiic Ife than could be discovered discoveredtfjony discoverdionyid
Wltblnit VJII c9PfiJ r IUkra
tfjony ionyid ml I
There is no doubt of It declared declaredthe dcclareure declaredthe
the expert Of the drama that thn t thrills thrillsLeah thrillsLeal thrillsLeci
Leah Klesschna and The Woman in inthe inthe inthe
the Case are re proof of that There ThereJs ThereJs Thereis
Js a universal liking for melodrama melodramaand
and it is coming into its own on onBroadway onBroadway onBroadway
Broadway just as surely sure as the society societyplay soclat soclatplay societyplay
play is going out Melodrama appeals appealsto
to all classes There are different differentkinds dlft differentkinds rent rentkinds
kinds of course For Broadway it itneeds itneeds itneeds
needs to be modified refined eo to tospeak tospeak tospeak
speak You must deal gently with withsome withsome withsome
some audiences Others you must hit hitwith hitwith hitwith
with a brickbat hrkkb t to get your effects effectsIt
It is ii very much harder to reach a aBroadwaj aBrondway aBroadway
Broadway audience than one in Third Thirdavenue Thirdavenue Thirdavenue
avenue for 01 instance Over there they theyrespond tbe tbereUond theyresjond
respond quickly especially to the sen sentiment sntiment n ntiment ¬
timent in a play The greater an au audiences andiences ¬ i
diences intelligence the more ad advanced advanced advanced ¬
vanced its it culture the less susceptible susceptibleit < I Iit
it is I to sentiment Intelligent develops developsat devcl > ls
at the expense of sentiment Tour 1ouraeruge touraverage Touraverage I
average Broadway Broad theatregoer is isashamed isashamed Isashamed
ashamed of his sentiment It may be bein b bin bein
in him but hes he determined not to be betray bf bftray betray ¬
tray it He hid hldas as It from the world worldMr worldMr worldMr
Mr Kremer also admitted that ho hogets hcgets hegets
gets inspiration from listening to grand grandopera grandopera grandopera
opera which may account for his hi tur turbulence turbu ¬
bulence bulenceI bu lence lenceI
1
I am am at a t the opera nearly nead every everynight everyI everynight
night during the Ie seaSon ea son on It is a great greatplace greatnlae greatIlaee
I place for inspiration What are the theVagner theWagner
Wagner Vagner operas but melodramas m after afterall afteran afterall
all No I dont dontget get absorbed In the themusic themusic themusic
music I have heard it so often and andknow andknow andknow
know it so well that I cant get ab absorbed absorbed absorbed ¬
sorbed in it It ie i merely merel incidental incidentalto IncidentalIdeas
to ideas and plots which come to me methere methere methere
there I go straight 5lrni ht home from the theopera theop theoters
opera op r and plunge Into work Ordinar Ordinarily1 Ordinarily ¬
ily1 By I write from 2 oclock in the morn morning morning mornlug ¬
I
ing until 6 Sometimes I work right rightthrough rIghtI rightthrough
I through the day but I never start in inthe inI inthe
the daytime That would be impos impossible Impossible Impossible ¬
I sible r wrote The Fatal Wedding in infour infour infour
four days virtually virtuaJJ without stopping stoppingtoeat stoppingto
toeat to eat or sleep No I do riot smoke smokeat
at mich times But 1 always have flow flovers flowers flowerg
ers on my m desk deskroses roses If I can get getthem getthem getthem
them I cant do anything without withoutthe withoutthl withoutthe
the perfume of flowers Sometimes Sometimeswhen Sometimeswhen SometimesvieIi
when vieIi I grow excited e > c < ted I take a rose from from
Travelers among races where all the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people are ot a brunette type have haveoften haveoften haveoften
often commented upon the fondness of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the men of such races for blonde wo women women women ¬
men and according accordin to Miss Owens Owensown Owensown Owensovn
own experience Syrians S rlnns are no excep exception exception exception ¬
tion to the rule Miss Owen Is a rare rareblonde rareblonde rareblonde
blonde hence she 5h hadiot had not been in Syria Syrialong Syrialong Syrialong
long ere Ram Hassid a personage of ofgreat ofgreat ofgreat
great wealth we lth and importance In that thatcountry thatcountry thatCountry
country laid ardent siege to her heart heartHe heartHe heartHe
He already had four Courwives wives but he en endeavored endeavored endeavoreci ¬
deavored to cpnceal that fact from the thefair thefair thefair
fair American AmericanIt
0 0It it itIt
It was necessary for Ram Hassid to tocarry tocarryon tocarry
carry carryon on his courtship with ith the aid of ofinterpreters orinterpreter ofinterpreters
interpreters nearly all of whom were weret wereeither wereeither
t either hostile to his suit or thought thoughtthemselves thoughtthemselves
themselves far better suited to be the thehusband thehusband thehusband
husband of the young woman than thantheir thantheir thantheir
their employer Had he won under these thesecircumstances thcsfcircumstance thesecircumstancea
circumstances it would have been a amatter amatter amatter
matter o of wonder for the maids mood moodwas 1noo moodwas < 1 1was
was quite as intractable as the envi environmont envIronmont environmont
ronmont was disadvantageous But he hewas heWaS hewas
was a persistent pemsist nt lover He kept up his hissuit hIssuit hissuit
suit until every everyone one in the whole com community communlt conimunity ¬
munity munlt knew about it The people used usedto usedto usedto
to wait for hours to catch a glimpse of ofthe otthe ofthe
the fair foreigner that their chief had hadannounced hadallnouncc hadannounced
announced allnouncc < L he was going to wed wedSeeing wedSeelnS wedSeeing
Seeing that dsfegated courtship could couldnever eouldnever couldnever
never be of any avail to him in his suit suitfor suitfor suitfor
for the hand of the fair American Ram RamHassid RamHassld HamHassid
Hassid came out Into the open Love Lovemade Lovcmade Lovemade
made him bold He tried triedin In every way waypossible waypossible waypossible
possible to get an opportunity to speak speakalone speakalone speakalone
alone with her but Miss Owen to towhom towhom towhom
whom his attentions were now be begin beInnlng beginning gin ginnlng
nlng to partake of the nature of perse persecution persec persecution ¬
cution c lIon would ivo id give him no chance to tospeak tospeak tosieak
speak with her while unattended nor norin imorin
in fact anN a little time in any way waywhatsoever wayVliatsOever
whatsoever whatsoeverRam VliatsOeverHam
Ram Ham Hassid sent notes translated translatedinto translatedinto translatedinto
into Irregular English in which hl h he hecalled hecalled hecalled
called her My Dear Rose Flower Flowerand Flowerand Flowerand
and also also1b My Dear D ur Pale Water Lily LilyThese LiI LiIThes LilyThese
These curious appellations tl only had Im the theeffect thecfCect theeffect
effect of making Mise Owen smile She Shehad Shehad Shehad
had her admirers among the white whiteyoung whiteoung whiteyoung
young men of Haifa Halfaand and some of these theseused theseused theseused
used occasionally to tease her with a asoulful asoullul asoulful
soulful rendering of The Belouins BelouinsLove B BeftoulnsLoveSong oulns oulnsLove
Love LoveSong Song supposed to be sung in im imitation imilatlon iniItation ¬
itation of fervent Ram Hassid HasaidBut HassidBut HassidBut
But when it was observed that the theyoungs theOunS theyoung
young lady did not relish these joats joatsthey jQshtheY jostmthey
they were discontinued In facC fact it itcame itcnme itcame
came to be known k own that the whole affair affairwas affairwas affairas
was as exceedingly distasteful to Mar Margaret llarga1et Margaret
garet and that she 8heoft oftn of tqn n spoke of oflenv oflenvins leaV leaVIng lu luIng
Ing Syria Syriaund and returning to her hc J Void VoidtBOoaierpiest old oldtor oldoo
tBOoaierpiest oo I Il DJe fJit eu tJ1aT1 t tlijpe tlijpeierei iPeS iPeStcretlany
tor tcretlany ierei ed any longer by the darkskinned r
fctionus J CHORDS GIRLS WHO iio WAY BECOME COMr PRIMA DONNA 1 1S I
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SOME SOM OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SAVAGE ENGLISH GRAND OPERA COMPANY COMPANYhie COMPANYLuchie COMPANYLuchic
Luchic hie Gill soprano Eloise El ElAnnieU Goddard soprano Mac Burgess soprano sopranonnit sopranoAnnicL
AnnieU nnit L Roberts alto altoBlanche
> Grace Bauer
soprano sopranoJeanne sopranoBla sopranoBlanche
Blanche Bla che Chase soprano Jeanne Chandler alto altoJ
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the vaseand vase and crushit cr hitin in my hand handOtherwise handOtherwiie
Otherwise e I am amquit quite sane For types typesand typesand typesand
and scenes I go Everywhere evcrywhereto to the themorgue themorgue themorgue
morgue to the Tomb to the Bowery Bowerywherever Bowerywherever Bowerywherever
wherever hurn lHil11l humnpature rijTmture is to be seen seenin seenin eenin
in all its interesting aspects You cant cantget cantgt cantget
get characters out of books you rou must mustgot mustgpt mustget
got them from Jife JifeAnd life lifeAnd iifeAnd
And the names pf your characters characterstoo characterstoor
too toor
toorYes Yes I draw ou my friends until I Ihavent Ihavent Ihavent
havent any an friends friendsiEtft friendsieft left Then J borrow borrowthe borrowthe 0110 0110the
the names of well known actors u tors The Thshero Thehero Th Thhero
hero in Fast Fn < t Life in Ii New York is John JohnDrew jobnDrew fohnDrew
Drew and the villain Guy Standing StandingRichard StandlnsTIichard StandingRichard
Richard Mansfield lanst eld was in The Vacant VacantChair VacantChair I Ik Ihail
Chair hail Adds to o stlie he interest you youknow younow youknow
know knowFor k knowFor now nowFor
For trying tryin out his plays Mr ICremer ICremerhas Kremerhas Kremnerhas
has the most unique dog in captivity captivityI
hI I always read a new play to a care carefully carefully carefully ¬
fully selected audience made up of my myjanitor m myjanitor r rj
janitor j nitor the th janitress policeman postmen post postmen postmen ¬
men the iceman and others in the thecommon thecommon thecommon
common walks of Jife fe My iceman is a aparticularly aparticularly ailarticuiarly
particularly good critic and the judgr judgrment judsment judgmeat
ment of the janitress s when it comes comesto eomlSto comesto
to sentiment is almost infallible I give giveher giveher giveher
her carteblanche in the matter of in invitations initatlons invitatlons ¬
vitations and she asks all the tb other otherjanitresses oUietjanitresscs othetjanitressea
janitresses in the thebloqk block and any anyone anyoneelsoshe one oneelse oneelse
else elsoshe she chooses I hire a a little hall hallnnd halland hailand
and often have as many mall as 100 people peoplethere peoplethere peoplethere
there to listen to my play I also have havesome havesome havesome
some of my own friends who watch the theeffect theeffect theeffect
effect of the play pla p on the people whom whomIt
It must please They represent the class classthat claesthat classthat
that patronizes the theatres where the theplay thepla thepiay
play pla will be offered aii a aria if they dont dontlike dontlike dontlike
like it the piece is bound to be a fail failure failure failnrc ¬
ure They cant be trusted totell to tell ex exactly exactb exactly ¬
actly what they think of it for like hu humanity humanit huinanity ¬
inanity manit in general genera they are prone to toflattery toflatteo toflattery
flattery Thatswhy rht1ts whY jhave i ha have others oth rs there thereto thereto thereto
to help me watchAhemand wateh Autchthem them And iri this thlaway thisway thisway
way decide what their opinion really reallyis real1 real1Is
is y yWhen
When they getT gcttogazinS getto to gazing guzingabout about the thehall th thhall theball
hall or showing in some other way waythat waythat waythat
that the play isnt holding hol ing their inter interest interest intereat ¬
est I kntfvv knd at once hce that that portion portionof
of the play pla will have ha aI to bet be cut c t or orchanged orchanged orchanged
changed Theymust They mus1 too be1 bem made de to tolaugh tolaugh tolaugh
laugh and cry A pathetic scene how however however however ¬
ever should never last longer than thansons thanBans thanSons
sons of Mohammed and purtlcularly partlcularlby p pby
by Ram Hassid HassidBut HassidBut HassidBut
But Mr Hassid Ha sid preparing a large largestore largestore largestore
store of eloquence uqucncc sufficient as he hethought hethought hethought
thought to make anyyoung any young woman womanblonde womanblonde womanblonde
blonde brunette or otherwise oth othekwiseeapitu othekwiseeapitulate rwisecapitu rwisecapituiate capitu capitulate ¬
late In short sh rt order had it translated translatedinto translatedinto rmslatedInto
into English and forwarded to toltliss toltlissOwen Miss MissOwen MissOwen
Owen on camelback It took the young youngWomans youngomans youngWomans
Womans omans chaperon all one night to read readthe readthe readthe
the masterly effusion so elaborately elaboratelyprepared elabordtelyprepared elaboratelyprepared
prepared by b the nottobedenled Has Hassid Hassid Hasaid ¬
sid but she he burned it before Miss Owen Owenever Owenecr Owenever
ever heard of its existence existenceAbout exstenceAbout exjstenceAbout
About this time Mrs OHphant who whowas whowas whoWas
was chaperoning Miss Owen and who whohad whohad whohad
had become a person of considerable considerableimportance considerablaImportance considerableImportance
importance in Haifa Invited a number numberof
of Syrian S rlan women to a garden party
Mohammedan ladies as everybody everybodknows
knows keep their faces covered within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the presence of men excepting male malemembers malemembers malemembers
members of their own families The Thewomen Thewomen Thewomen
women invited Were tv er rb afraid tp t come be because because because ¬
cause they knew fifteen or ormore more men menwere menwere menwere
were guests at Mrs Ollphants house houseAfter houslAfter houseAfter
After receiving a report that no men menwould menwould mneitwould
would be present the women > n came cameWhen cameVhln cameWhen
When they th went Into limb the garden where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the repast was wns served they tlie uncovered uncoveredtheir uncovorfdtheir uncoveredtheir
their faces Even Mrs OHphant did didnot didnot didhot
not learn until unUllater later that all of her male maleguests maleguesL maleguests
guests < who had promised to go on a along along along
long excursion to the country were in inthe inthe inthe
the loft of a barn and were armed aimcd with withfield withield withfield
field glasses Iasses They T1e spnt alj li day da star staring staruig starfog ¬
ing fog at the prettS pretty women for Syrians Syriansare
are pretty until they get to be 25 25cars 25carsof years yearsof yearsof
of age ageHassid ageHassI ageHassid
Hassid HassI kept on sending love lovclctters lovclctterswhich letters letterswhich letterswhich
which OHphant read and burned burnedFinally burnedFJnally burnedFinally
Finally the chaperon decided that thatmatters thatmatt thatmattdrs
matters matt rs had h dg gone ne far enough enoughAmpmj enoughIi enoughAmong
a Ii IiA
Among A olS her retainersshe retalner 8bep possessed 5se cl a aSyrian aSTlah aSyrian
Syrian alplomat who w might havemade havemadeor h hthe iema malle malleor e ef
or f unmade uq unrnadekipgs nce nceI nceIP I kJn IP s had hlsjqtjegnqast hlsjqtjegnqasta hso bla Jst Jstc
a 4 ± c cOurt url > who mighthavc mH might l1t hnvcbe have bdb4m < mSt an anAmerican auAlnclhan anAinerican
American humorist or o who h might Jiht
three minutes An audience that is kept keptIn kepl keplin
In tears longer than that is likely to tobecome tobeeome tobecome
become hysterical h 8terical which would spoil spoilthe spoilthe spoilthe
the whole effect of the play playa pla plar playIt
a r ct ctIt je jell ¬
It is no light or uncertain obligation obligationwhich obligationwhich obligationwhich
which rests upon the shoulders of ofRichard ofUichurd ofitichmud
Richard Mansfields dresser A suite suiteof suiteof I
of three large rooms is devoted to the theactor theactor theactor
actor and his costumes One is 6 his hisdressing hisdressing
dressing room Here he makes up u umakes
makes his changes dlall eM and has laid out outthe outthe
the linen underdressing about which whichhe whichhe whichlie t
he is so fastidious A second rvom Is Ishung isllUng Ishung
hung on all sides with coats and waist waistcoats waistcoats ¬
coats trousers Imperial robes and andother andoUter andOther
other investitures i inv stlturcs A long rack of ofmany ofingily
many shelves is here devoted to the theIvan theIyan tImeIvan
Ivan and King Richard crowns and androyal nndroyal androyal I
royal orders and arid jewels to the Beau BeauBrumrnel BeauBrummel BeauBrummol
Brumrnel hats sticks and snuff boxes boxesthe boxesthe
the Shylock Chevrial and Jekyll furn furnishings furnishlngs urn urnfalilags ¬ I
ishings In a double row on the floor floorall floorall
all arQund the room are shoes all care carefully carcful1 carefully ¬ I
fully ful1 treed The third room is given givento
to a few en of the trunks There are in inall inall
all eighteen trunks devoted to Mans Mansfields Mansfields MansHelds ¬
fields personal costumes and belong ¬ I
ings A pressing table with electric electricirons electricirons electricirons
irons is here conspicuous another anothermanyshelved anothermanyshelved I
manyshelved rack on which are ar arranged arranged arranged ¬
ranged about twenty twe1t blocks bearing bearingthe
the various wigs used in his reper repertoire repertoire repertoire ¬
toire and a linencovered shelf near nearby nearby nearby
by is heaped with white gray gra canary canaryand canar canarand canaryand
and lavender kid gloves which are areworn areWOM areiorii
worn by him as Brummel and the theBaron theBaron
Baron Chevrial In a chest underneath underneathone I
one of the tables Is the armor which whichMr whichMr whichMr
Mr Mansfield wears in the fourth act actof actof
of King Richard III One thing thingmissed thingmissed thingmissed I
missed from the fabulous display of ofstage ofstage ofstage
stage investiture is the jewels Mans Mansfields MansfIelds Ilansfields ¬
fields jewels are noted They rhe are arekept urekept arekept
kept in a strong box which in size and andresistance andreslstancc andresistance
resistance is practically a safe It is isabout isllbout isabout
about the size of a small steamer steamertrunk steamertrunk steamertrunk
trunk The interior is divided by many manytrays man mantrays manytrays
trays and the heavy trays tr1 s have mul multiplied multiplied mu mutiphied ¬
tiplied compartments to fit the jewels jewelsIn
In displaying this collection the dresser dresserlifts dresserlifts dresserlifts
lifts out layer after layer of oC most ex exquisite oxquisite ¬
quisite goldsmithing and a Whole hole for fortune fortune fortune ¬
tune in precious stones There is one onehave onehave onehave
have been hanged for being the big biggest biggeat bigSeat ¬
Seat liar in the world To this Indi Individual IndIvidual mdividual ¬
vidual Mrs Oliphunt appealed She Shegave Shegave Shegave
gave him carte blanche to say for her heranything belanything hermumythlng
anything that would accomplish the theend theend theend
end desired and ever since she has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been repenting of the awful falsehood falsehoodshe falsehoodshe falsehoodshe
she told by proxy proxyThis prox proxrhis proxyThis
This Syrian went to his chief with withall withall withalt
all the outward signs of respect but butwith butwith butwith
with deceit In his heart He repre represented represented represented ¬
sented that the president of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States had a son who was engaged to toMiss toMiss toMiss
Miss Owen that the president had hadheard hadheard hadheard
heard of the wooing of Ram Hassid Hassidand Hassidand Hassidand
and that he was very wroth that Mrs MrsOHphant MrsOliphant
OHphant had received a letter saying sayingthat saIngthatumess sayingtharijijiess
that thatumess unless she h sent word post > ost haste hastethat hastethat
that all love making ma ing had ceased a abattleship abattleship t tbattleship
battleship would be sent to bombard bombardall
all of Syria and particularly that part partof partof partof
of it where the ardent suitor lived livedThe l1edThe livedThe
The result was commensurate with withthe withthe withthe
the lie Ram Hassid was completely completelysquelched completelYsquelched completelysquelched
squelched and is probably trembling tremblingIn
In his boots lest his too eager wooing wooingbring wOoingbring wooingbring
bring down upon him the displeasure displeasureof
of some high oflicers of his own govern government governmeat oern oernment ¬
ment and put him in a position where wherehe wherehe wherelie
he would have to work to support the thefour thefour thefour
four wives he already has hasMrs busI busMrs
I a a aMrs
Mrs Oliphant was often invited to totake totake totake
take tea with the native womeo of ofhigher orhigher ofhigher
higher caste Sometimes she deputed deputedher deputedl1lr deputedher
her niece to attend in her steardv stCl d It Itwas Itwas itwas
was upononeof upon one of these occasions that thatMiss that1lIss thatMiss
Miss Owen accompanied ac ompanIed by b an In Interpreter Interpreter interpreter ¬
terpreter was trying to outdo the theSyrians theSyrians
Syrians S rians at their own game and was wascaught wascaught wascaught I
caught in an awkward Rwkwardpredlcumel predicament predicamentfrom predicamemftfrom t I Ifrom
from which she was rescued resc ed only after aftergreat rtftC11 dftergreat
great violence had been done to the thetruth thetruthby thetruth
truth truthby by the sumo able prevaricator prevaricatorwho prevaricatorwho
who Imo invented the th battleship fabrlca fabrlcawttne fabricuta1 fabrlcatcm
ta1 tcmM1s 1 M1s J si sepi j hostess lSl C a4n wttne dne an Ji Jihideous liidemj9rlbre hi hic1ej9rlbfc
c1ej9rlbfc garment obideuutii of hideous colors
>
girdle of repeated sapphires ninety ninetyfive nlnet nlnetfle
five In all Another girdle is composed composedof
of a series of extraordinary emeralds emeraldsThe emeraldsThe emeraldsThe
The canIng and fashioning of the im imperial imperial impenal ¬
perial necklaces is a joy and a marvel marvelA
A solid gold dagger worn in the pres presence presence presence ¬
ence chamber scene of Richard III IIIIR IIIIR IIIis
IR ornamented in high relief l fef without withoutsingle a asingle asingle
single stone and surpasses anything anythingone anythingone
one unseeing would imagine But the thestrength thestrength thestrength
strength of the Mansfield collection is ishis ishis ishis
his brooches and rings He pins the theformer thefor111el theformer
former on his royal caps or with them themholds themholds themholds
holds a mantle in position They repre represent represent represent ¬
sent nearly nCKrl every variety of precious preciousstone precioustone preciousatone
stone A little compartment with three threeminiature threeJnhllature threeminiature
miniature trays tra s holds the rings They Theyare The Theare Theyare
are in themselves a collection to de delight delight delight ¬
light the connoisseur and represent representevery representer representeVe1y
every er period rlod and every ever type of work workPRESS workmit ork orkmansh
mansh mit nsh =
nshPRESS
PRESS AGENTS PROMISE PROMISEIf
If f America produces the most beauti beautiful bfoautiCui beautiful ¬
ful women on earth then why should shouldnot tshouldnotan shouldnot
not notan in American grand opera chorus choruspresent choruspresent choruspresent
present a a panorama of beautiful girls girlsas
as well as those who are able to sing
This question seems to tohaye have been no nopuzzler nopuzzler nopuzzler
puzzler for Henry W Yo Savage whose whoseEnglish whoseEngJish whoseEnglish
English grand opera chorus will Ill divide divideattention diideattention divideattention
attention with the score of artists and andbig andbig andbig
big orchestraduring the opera festival festivalin
in Salt Lake which begins at the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake theatre Monday March lIarhAccording 27 27According 27According
According to oldest accepted tradi traditions traditIonsp traditions ¬
tions members of a grand opera chorus chorusshould ehorusshould chorusshould
should have no jlace in a modern modernbeauty modernbeauty modernbeauty
beauty show But Mr Savage has no noreverence noreVlrence noreverence
reverence for traditions when they do donot donot donot
not fit into modern stage methods In Inhis Inhis Inhis
his scheme of Americanizing grand grandopera grandopera grandopera
opera he made the discovers disco vel that thatAmericans thatAmericans thatAmericans
Americans have ha e eyes eS as well en as ears earsnd ear8ud earsand
and nd his chorus whether in the state stately statel stately ¬
ly l measures of Lohengrin and andTannhauser andhTannhauser andTaunhauser
Tannhauser the Paris Latin quarter quarterscenes quarterscenes quarterscenes
scenes in La Boheme or or the rollick rollicking rollicking rollicking ¬
ing dance ot the gypsies g psies in in Carmen Carmenis
is made upof IP or American girlswith girls with plen plenty plenty pleaty ¬
ty of d d6h h and so bright faces ftLc and andshapely andshapel andshapely
shapely figures as well en as ability abUit to toand tusmg tosing
sing smgand singand
a
and without any an shape whatever The TheAmerican TileAmericlUl TheAmerican
American girl was attired atthOdin in her very
best tailor gown She had been from fromIndiana fronIndiana frontIndiana
Indiana only a few months and as a arule arule arule
rule Indiana girls lrlB do not have more morethan IROIetban morethan
than one ne Red Redfern fern robe Miss Owen Owenalter Owenafter Owenafter
after listening paticntb to her hostess hostessOriental hostessOriental hostessOriental
Oriental praises of her attire charged chargedher chargedIter chargedliar
her interpreter to outdo if possible p ible the thegrandiloquent thegrandiloquent thegrandiloquent
grandiloquent compliments The TheSyrian ThftSyrian TheSyrian
Syrian woman listened gravely and andbecame andbecame andbecame
became more pleased plea ed as the adjectives adjectiveswere adjectiveswere adjectiveswere
were piled higher and higher When at atlength atlength atlength
length the interpreter had finished the thehostess thehostess thehostess
hostess observed observedIt
It It is a maxim here that the English Englishsay EnsUshsa Englishsay
say sa only olJl what they mean The in interpreter Interpreter interpreter ¬
terpreter assured her that was true trueand trueamI trueand
and especially so of present company complnJuThen
Then if the young woman thinks thinksmy thinksm thinksnmy
my m dress dle < s is so much better than hers herswe herswe herswe
we shall exchange exc lnnge at once I should shouldhate shouldhate shouldhate
hate to disappoint her herYour herYourCoquence herYour
Your YourCoquence eloquence got me Into trouble troubleand troubleamI troubleand
and it will have to get me out of It Itwas Itwu itwas
was wu the response ros > onse MISS 1Ii Owen made to tothe tothe totime
the interpreter Her conscience hurt hurther hurthel hurther
her badly enough and she never neveryearned neveryeurnCJl imeveryeernel
yearned to toknow know the fearful details of ofthe orthc ofthe
the festival of falsehoods that con conjured COJljured conjured ¬
jured tho woman onlan out of a fervent de desire desire IC ICaireto ¬
sire aireto to possess POt a good gown It was wasa
a great breach reneh of JC the proprieties for forthe forthe forthe
the Mohammedan to suggest such a athing Rthing athing
thing but butit it merely shows the length lengthto
to which a woman of any n nationality nationalitywill nationaiituill
will go to get a dress dre S that is becoming becomingMiss becomingUss becomingMiss
Miss Owen has heard only once from fromRam fromRmu from fromRain
Ram Hassid since coming to her na native natheland tintive ¬
tive theland land and that was Indirectly The Thecommunication Thecommunication Thecumrnpnication
communication was to the effect that thatthe thntthe thatthe
the place piaceof of wife No No5 5 which the true trueand trueand trueand
and worthy Mohammedan had sought soughtto
to fill with the unwilling Margaret had hadbean h hbeaI hadbeeQ
bean takeivby tak 11bY n by a very er stout Syrian S rInJ1 girl girlQrieutai girfrQnl girlfrqi
frQnl a a Jf1J 111Qrng Ylllu vUiug vUiugAmrfl i oot ootl
l Amrfl iro tliJ thls ends tid th tht J ITotrd ITotrdQtisiitnt r ii ts tsQrientttlrJtIuitl1CC
Qrieutai QrientttlrJtIuitl1CC jtjqmrtnce
I A g grand opera op r chorus cb chorusgfrl r girl rl ha has hasa a soul soulthat so soulthat l lthat
that flames with ambiUuw Oh the thestreet thestreet
street she she1nay may lie all modesty and d dmureness de demureness demuroness
mureness Under her arm rm snuggles a acoil R Rcoil acoil
coil of music but she walks wa IkS wlt Hzltii tllA head headerect heederect headerect
1 erect shoulders back like a corpoval on onparade onparade oi oiparade
parade with a firm elastic step that thatbespeaks tbatbespeaks thatbespeaks
bespeaks confidence con dence and nerve She la laoonsorvatory isoonSGrvatoI s sconservatory
conservatory oonSGrvatoI bred Why YhJ should she not notj notalso
j also > lso be beautiful She dances and andsmiles ndsmiles nd ndsmiles
smiles as well as 5 any comic opera operabeauty openLbeaut operabeauty
beauty beaut She sings sin singswell 8weU well everybody everybodyj
j knows how Henry W V Savages SaBge chorus chorussings chorussmgs chorussings
sings There Is only one such sU B Best at t of ofall ofaU ofall
all she is an American dAepchastofl dAepchastoflI deeDchesteftstronglunged deepchstoCstronglunged
I stronglunged dominant dominantIt dom nsnt nsntIt
It was as after hearing her sing sinStkat that thatMme thattme
Mme tme SchunmnnHelnk declared d declaredAmerican ele eleAmerican
j American girls are ar endowed end ved with vdtbI withSifts withgifts
Sifts ifts of extraordinary e > ctraordlnu vocal VOCI rgaas wgaasbenuty ecgsasbeauty rgaasbeauty
I beauty and spirit and among al11 Dg them themone titenlmust themone
one must look for our coming eoin great greatvoices greatolces greatvoices
voices A snapshot at a group of Mr MrSavages MrSavages Ir IrSUYHseS
Savages English grand opera chorus choruswould ckoru8would choruswould
would furnish plenty of evidence that thatthey tbatthey thatthey
they have perfect right to enter a mu musical musical musical ¬
sical comedy comed beauty contest contestYet conte contLYet t tYet
Yet there is nothing nothi about them to toIndicate toIndieate toIndiCate
Indicate the showgirl type of mod modern lnodGrn madera ¬
era musical extravaganza While Idle there therea
Ia a not one of them who does not dream dreamof drellDlof dreamitof
of the day da when she will be called on onto 011to onto
to take the th role of Klsa Els or Toeca or orDesdemona orDesdemona orDesdemona
Desdemona at an hours notice and andwin andwin andwin
win fame in a night yet she seldOllhas ackloinhas seldom seldomhas
has a H glimpse of her name in news newspaper newspaper 5 5paper ¬
paper type Patience must be a virtue virtuewith virtuewith virtuewith
with her while the prima donnas re receive receic receive ¬
ceive the plaudits of enthusiastic mu music muic music ¬
sic ic lovers Automobiles do not await awaither await4mer walther
her order at the tage e door No one oneever oneever oneever
ever heard of a college freshman clap eloping elping claping ¬
ing with a grand opera o n diana of the theensemble theensemble theensemble
ensemble forces For ages a s one might mightsay ml mightsay ht htSAJ
say she was selected simply because becauseshe becad18she becauseshe
she could sing tho grand opera o ra reper repertoire repertoire repertotre ¬
toire Women of all shapes and ages agesmay seesumay eH eHmay
may still be found in the Italian opera oprfLchoruses operaI operachoruses
choruses chorusesWith chorusesIth chorusesWith
I With Ith the advent of the allAmerican allAmericangrand allAm ailAmCricangrand ricafl ricaflhrand
grand opera chorus this has been beenchanged beenchangel beenchanged
changed Commodore CommC oe Savage was the thefirst tbefirst thefirst
first to demonstrate that American girls girlscould glrhcould girlscould
could sing grand opera as well elt and andbetter IUIIIbetter andbetter
better than foreigners and ambitious ambitiouspupils Ilft ambitlauspupils lti4tU8 lti4tU8pupils
pupils from American Amerlcanconservator1e8 Amerlcanconservator1e8ro conservatories conservatoriesrow
row ro people his chorus chorusA
A glance at the pictures of his hl h Eng English Eag1iSlh lnghIIm ¬
lish grand opera chorus girls is I truly trulyrefreshing trulyrefreshing txutyrefreshing
refreshing The girls are not only good goodlooking goodlooking 00 < 1 1looking
looking but their features are ao o at attractive attntctive attractive ¬
tractive that one will find their pictures picturesframed picturesframed picturesframed
framed and displayed in the t lobby of ofthe orthe ofthe
the theatre alongside the photographs photographsof
of life American prima donnas Such Suchgirls Suchgirls Sechgirls
girls can wear picture gowns of any anyperiod anyperiod anyperiod
period with becoming be < otning grace rra and thatindescribable thatindescribable that thatindescribable
indescribable charm that always iway die distinguishes dlstmgulshes dietingulahes ¬
tinguishes the woman of refinement reftnementThe refinementThe refinementThe
The accompanying photographs photo raphM show shewonly BlMwonl showonly
only onl some of the pretty ones now in inthe Inthe inthe
the Savage English grand opera cho chorus cboTll5 eboma ¬
rus Their names are Bernice Ben1 Ce Bart Bartlett Bartlett BartIett
lett Sidnie Jeanne Chandler May Iay Bur Burgess Burges BuTgess ¬
gess Alice Millais Grace Bauer Amy AmyRoberts AmyRoberts AmyRoberts
Roberts Eloise Goddurd and Blanche BlancheChase BIaacIMChase BlsncheChase
Chase They were amon aluong the fortunate fortunatefifty fortunatefifty fortunatefifty
fifty selected from the 1248 contestants contestantswho contestantswho contestantswho
who took part in the annual voice voicetrials voicetrials oiee oieet
trials t jals for this thi years y rs organisation organl tion It Itis Itis Its
is is s from the ranks of such that Mr SaY Savage SeLvage SaYage ¬
age from time to time replenishes his hisprima hisprima hisprima
prima donna donqa forces forc 8 They are ar from the thebest tbebest thebest
best conservatories conservatories and music schools schoolsin Be Bein
in the th cities visited yi ited by his company companyMusical COInIyMUBical comnytIusical
Musical institutes of Brooklyn New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Boston Baltimore Cincinnati St StLouis StLoui StLouis
Louis Chicago Denver and other cities citiesare ciUeare citiCame
are annually drawn on onThe onThe onTime
The pretty English En lish grand opera girls girlswill girlawill girlswill
will be more numerous than ever dur durrIng during durlag
Ing the coming opera festival a and d If Ifthey Ittb ifthey
they tb < > y are all alias as good ooQ to tolook took upon HS HStheir Maheir astheir
their photographs th the coming engage engagcinent e em engagemont
mont m nt will have other attractive fea features features features ¬
tures than simply lyric beauty beautyThe bettul3w bettul3The
w a aThe
The advance sale for tIle big bi concert concertto
to he given in the Salt Lake taber tabernacle b tabermisdo ter ternacle ¬
nacle on the evening cv nlng of April 4 1 by the theConried UteConrl theConned
Conned Conrl d Metropolitan Opera company is isprogressing Ispro Isprogressing
progressing pro in merrily at the music store storeof st storeof re reof
of the Castensen asten n Anson company companyGeneral conpanyGeneral companyGeneral
General regret is being expressed expre eM that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there is to be only one opportunity to tohear tohear tahear
hear the Conned < singers but some somethousands somethou somethousands
thousands thou and of people are going to avail availthemselves ayanthemsehffl availthemselves
themselves of their only chance chanceFor chaneeFor chanceFor
For the first time in the history hi ton of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah people are buying seats weeks weeksin
in advance of the date of the attrac attraction attrlletlon attraction ¬
tion When the suggestion was made madefirst madefirst madefirst
first that the Conned sale should be bedistributed hedietrlbuted bedistributed
distributed over several weeks It was wasmet waSmet WSmet
met with many expressions of doubt doubtIt doubtIt
It was said that the people here could couklnever ceuJdnever couldnever
never be persuaded to put up their theirhard theirhard theirhard
hard cash until within a few days of ofthe orthe ofthe
the concert concertThe concertThe concertThe
The character of the attraction how however however however ¬
ever has overcome all objections to tothis tothis tothis
this feature Those who wished w iihetl to 1 be besure besure besure
sure of first class seats long since sincemade sincmade oncemade
made their selections and the number numberof
of available aya lable locations is dwindling rap rapidly 181idly rapidly ¬
idly As an evidence of the interest interestthat interestthat interestthat
that is being taken Castensen An Anson Ans11 Anson ¬
son point to the fact that for more morethan moretban morethan
than a month calls for the Stbat StbatMater StbAtIlatel StabatMtemt
Mater which is in their Pianola Ii library Iibrar Iibrary ¬
brary brar have been constant And all allwho anwho allwho
who have played the music over have haveexpressed haveexpressed hsxexpressed
expressed the keenest appreciation of ofits ofit ofits
its it beauty beautyIt baut bautIt
It is needless nee Jes to s S41 say y that those who whoare whoare whoare
are familiar with the master work of ofRossini ofRos ofRosdnl
Rossini Ros inl the great author of William WiMiasnTell WiUtamTen WilliamTell
Tell are extremely anxious to hear hearit ilealit
it sung by b the Conried company p It will willconstitute willconstitute willconstitute
constitute the second number on the theprogramme tlMprogramme theprogramme
programme and the principal parts will willbe T wiLtbe 1 1be
be sung by Nordica Dippel Homer Homerand Homerand Homerand
and Journet They will ill of course be beassisted beassisted beassisted
assisted by the tl Conried chorus and by bythe D Dthe bythe
the orchestra of sixty soloists soloistsIn
In connection with this event it is ispleasant ispleasant Ispleasant
pleasant to be able to say that the th di directors directors dlrectors ¬
rectors of the Salt Lake symphony or orchestra orlhECdtra orehemtra ¬
chestra all of whom are earnesf earn earnem lov lovers 1evers ey eyers ¬
ers of music who have shown their theirfaith theirfaith theirfaith
faith by their works have unanimous unanimously ¬
ly endorsed the concert Manager John JohnD
D Spencer of the Symphony orchestra orchestrasaid orckectrasaid orchestrasaid
said last week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The Conned concert will Ill undoubt undottbtediy undoubtedly undoubtedly
edly be the most magnificent mustcAl mustcAlevent mUSSdllevent muslclevent
event that has ever been attempted in inthis inthis Inthis
this section of the country ountr It fcs I an anopportunity anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity such as comes but once in ina ina ina
a lifetime and Salt Lake should shoyldto see seeto seeto
to it it that the Tabernacle is filled to tothe tothe tothe
the limit of its capacity on the even evening evening venint ¬
ing of April 4 I I say this because becau e if ifthe it itthe i ithe
the Conned Metropolitan Opera coca cocapany COIDla eompaliy
pany la is given the great audience a die Ce it itdeserves Itd Itdeserves
deserves d rEC6 Herr Conried will be encour encouraged encovrabe41 encoeraged ¬
aged to pay ja us another visit next year yearperhaps yrperhaps ar arperhaps
perhaps perhapsIn
In the matter of this event Salt SaltLake SaJttLake 5a11Lake
Lake must live up to Its reputation reputatloassa ss ssa
a musicloving community From all allI AllI
I I I can hear our friends and neighbors nelgtiborsfrom netgbboiSfrom neighborsi
i from other Utah cities and from near nearby nearb nearby ¬
by b points in surrounding states are arecoming arecoming arecoming
coming In force They are more thnn thnnwilling thnnwilling thenwilling
willing to do their part We Ye should be beequally beequall heequally
equally willing Uling to do ours oursJulius oursit
a it a aJulius I IJulius
Julius Cahn one of Americas fore feremost foremost foremost
most managers presents David Ha Harum Harmn Haruin ¬
rum at the Salt Lake theatre nextFrida nextFriday next nextFriday
Friday Frida and Saturday Saturda William H HTurner HTurner HTurner
Turner will play the title role Mr MrTurner MrTurner MrTurner
Turner will be remembered by b his litework 1aMwork hiswork
work seen here as Doctor Pettypont tor torThe InThe hiThe
The Gil from Maxims and John JohnWetherby JohnVethelb JohnWetherby
Wetherby Vethelb in Because She Loved Him HimSo mJtSo HbnSo
So Mr 11 Calms name is entirely suf sufficient sufficient sufficient ¬
ficient hallmark for the excellence of ofthe orthe ofthe
the production His attention to lit Jittie Jlttie littie
tie things that entail the complete ar artistic arUstic r rtistie ¬
tistic sucee success B of a production are well wellknown wellknown ell ellknown
known and to the intelligent playgoer playgoerhis pl soer soerI
his I fi name assures n sures them that all the tb lit literary lttentry literary ¬
erary charm the enacting of the text textwill textwill textwill
will be presented with consummate con ummateart ummateartar art artand artand
ar and d skill of the stages cleverest cleverestcraftsmen cleverestCraftsmen cleverestcraftsmen
craftsmen Mr 11 Turner is an n actor oC oChigh orhigh ofhigh
high intellectual attainments a a thor thorough tborough thorough ¬
ough student of the drama and nd of solid solidconscientious s sOlicteonsci Ud UdconscIentious
conscientious eonsci imtious Ideas regarding his pro proreasion profe profeiofl
reasion fe sion His skill with paints and the thepowder thepoder thepowder
powder puff have long since earned him himthe himthe himthe
the reputation of being enrolled withthe withthe with withthe
the best makeup artists on the stage stageAn stageAn JtngcAn
An actor of rich versatility he gives giveshis ghfeshis giveshis
his audience the delight of feeling teehin a apeculiar a apeculiar apeculiar
peculiar sympathy for a character he heportrays heportrays heportrays
portrays by b so concealing concet irG his own ownpersonally oYnpereonaHy ownpersonally
personally leaving his audience audlen audlen1jlr en entiroly n ntlreJfy
tlreJfy 1jlr Y with rltb the th e joys and sorrows df f the tbaM theiharaiitr thabrthiipr
iharaiitr M ltPr ho places befof b9f bejo1e them aU aUtflfernaatopstWfktfS aUtnr a aUro1mijiffitotfitsdkdor
tflfernaatopstWfktfS tnr 1m tQ stR Of C sri actor this is isone 1 isone
one of the te most mot difficult dfcul to obtain obtain

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