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About bout the mo most t effective comment on onthe ontho onthe
the politic of th the last presidential presidentialcampaign preshIenUacampdgn TrosldelthLlcampaign
campaign was written by George Hal Harveyof HalY liarvyot ¬
veyof Y ot Harpers Weekly who un unriounoad unnounotd announo
riounoad nouno tl blip ht campaign slogan log n in two twowords twowords twowords
words uNo No Humbug We Ve commend commendthft commondthasilme commendthe
the thasilme same platform to the cltiaans clU ens of ofSalt ortIt otSalt
Salt Lake for their municipal campaign campaignthla campalrntltla campaIgnthis
this full Ku b bUI tiau UH the opening daya indi indit Indltate
t tate t ite an unusual amount of political politicalhumbug poUUcalhumbuG politicalhumbug
humbug in some directions directionsTo dlrecU ns nsfo
To begm with the American party partycalled partycaJJQd partycailod
called a meeting of buginwie bu inea men menthis m manthis n i ithis
this past week and a number of real realbuinM8 realbuainass i ibualn
buinM8 bualn men misled by the wording wordingof
of the invitation attendtl attend t1 on the sup supposition supPOIIltion suppoeltion ¬
position that it was WI a conference on onbuviiHMNi onbuwin onbuinai
buviiHMNi buwin matters affecting some depart departm departmen departmen
m men n of municipal administration When Whenthey Whenthcy hon honthoy
they got there they found it was a ascheme BBcheme aacheme
scheme to set et them committed to the thepoliey thepOlioy thepolicy
policy of th the American party to con contribute contrIbute ¬ I Itribute
tribute to iU depleted dopl ted treasury and to toforward toforward tootward
forward a policy that II doing im immeasurable Intm tatmeasurable ¬
measurable m urable harm to the business inter interests Interests Interests ¬
ests pf p the city There was no sound soundreason soundrooliOn soundrcaaon
reason why the cull for this meeting meetingshould meetingIthoud meetingshould
should not Have tave set forth its Itareal real ob objects object obJeets ¬
jects openly or why the meeting should shouldhavo shoulllhao ahouldhave
have been held behind closed doors if iftht ifthe ifth
the th promoters really meant to help the thebusiness thebUinesa thebusIness
business interests of the city The Thesecrecy Thelieorecy Thesecrecy
secrecy and the deception of the invi invitation Invltatlon hzivitatlo ¬
tation were part of u humbug policy policyfounded policyfounded policyfounded
founded on personal disappointment disappointmentand
and a desire for revenge The business businesswelfare bualnetEllfare businessreltare
welfare of the city had no part in the theeotMiderations theoot theconsiderations
considerations oot deratlona which led to the meet meetins meetIn meettag
ins In and ntl the t1 mea tea chiefly ehhafi interested knew knewit kne kneIt
it
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Another thine The American party partyto
to presumably Iffhtinff for a principle principleA
A good many tfltfl sincere Salt Lakers in including includln ineluding ¬
eluding cludln church members believe that thatany thatIinY thatany
any movement designed to toget get the Mor MorTOOH Mormolt or orman
man church as an organization organl tlon out of ofK ofK ofPolitieS
PolitieS K K > litle deserves to auoeeed They The be believe beltev behove ¬
hove ltev too that the church as a church churchshould churchahould churchshould
should retire from enterprises calcu calculated calculated calcuhated ¬
lated to t injure individual business busl and andprevent andprel andprevit
prevent the initiation of new He under undertalcing undertaJdncw undertakinge
talcing by capital pilal which hich is now ow re restrained retitralned restrained ¬
strained by the fear of church competi competition competition competittott ¬
tion But a very large majority of the thebelievers thcbeUeven thebelievers
believers in the evils of ehiirch politics politicsand pollticaand politicsand
and church h business activities are un unu unnnn unHlhlI
u tiling nnn to endorse a movement which whichannounce whichaunotaneM whichannounces
announce daily to the world that Utah Utahis
is unlitto ult to live in that life and prop property Inoptrty proprty ¬
erty rty we unsafe te here that no business businessenterprise bUlliineaentwprlee buinessentsrprle
enterprise can succeed unless un leu backed backedby backedby backedby
by the Mormon church and nd that the thecitizenship thecitbettahlp theeltjzenhip
citizenship of the state is I a body of oflawbreakers oflawbrkers oflawbrkers
lawbrkers disloyal to the govern government governntent governmont
mont inimical kto o its institution and andat IUldat andat
at war warWilh with the tb nonMormon non Ioltnon citizens citizensof ciUzenot
of Ute frtate frtateOstensibly
it itotalUlUJly C CGstsibly
Ostensibly the aim of the American Americanparty Americanl1arty A1CllCaflparty
party is to reclaim the state from fromchurch tromthureh fromchurch
church interference interCeranoeln in politics and andbusiness undbullineN andbusiness
business To a a practical observer anx anxious anxious auxions ¬
ious to see > the th church out of politics politicsthe poiltiCMthe politicsthe
the policy so fur adopted by the Amer American Amerlean ¬ i ijean
1 1to
jean party seems the very plan certain certainto o rtal
to perpetuate church political interfer interference interterenes ¬ i
ence and least adapted to shake its itspower Itap ItspoWeL
power p er over its it followers Unless s hu humaa humaa
maa nature in Utah differs entirely entirelyfrom entirelyfrom I Itrom
from human nature na r elsewhere lse1 hre the Mor Mormen Mormen 1
men people will be strengthened in intheir Intls intkeh
tls their solidarity 8olkl rtlY by constant attacks on ontheir ontheir I
their leaders l deN and on their faith No NoCutholfe NQCatltoUc NoKthOite
Cutholfe or Methodist or Presbyterian Presbyterianwould Presbyterianwould I
would abandon his church or weaken weakenin ken ken1n
in Hto loyalty under such promiscuous promiscuousvituperation proml promIscuousvtttratIoa ououll ououllytt
vituperation ytt UOD as is i being launched at the theMormons theMOt1nQft theMorynona
Mormons MOt1nQft of Utah To put it even more moreetearly morecJe morecIearty
etearly cJe 1Y imagine the attitude of a Cath Catholic CathoUe Catholic ¬
olic toward a party that thattlaily daily pictured picturedthe picturedthe picturedthe
the pope us 1 aa enemy to all that is good goodor
or true tru or right in government and the thefutility thefutfttl7 thefuuut
futility fuuut of such a policy towardthe towardthe4omwt toward Ole Oledo thedomI
do domI 4omwt chwch in Utah can fca ca Im Imagined htta haagiaed ¬
a agined aginedTfce gill ed edJM
C C ft ftTha
Tfce one factor that could weaken the thepolitical lbepgtttJcal thepolitical
political power of the church leaders leadersher ItIersherQ loadershere
here her ft ip desirable doalr t1tJe immigiation immlglattoltlnd und the theAmerican theAmertean theAmeriCan
American party DA by its organ or ft has been beendoing bendl beendoing
dl doing everything In its power to dls dlsrowrago dtsOtttJo discosago
rowrago a a possible lMJ influx of newcomers newcomersNot newOmeraNot newcomersNot
Not only Is this true but the new cap capital capttal capItal ¬
ital that might ItIJ bt be potent in the devel development develPtHtt develplment ¬
opment of f enterprises in which he hechurch herhurck hechurcis
church haa no pert has Ia been warned warnedto l1rnedto
to stay lIta away and the possibility of oCg1fMlter a aguaateiMjlty agatrtty
guaateiMjlty g1fMlter ott > awl state Ittat a broader poUt politic poUtie1 poutica1 ¬
ic ie1 lift lU and a more profitable business businessfleW buslnefield businessfield
field is bell < deferred as much u as possi possible polbl poasible ¬
I
ble bleTJw bl I
TJw Tb Herald has no word ord of condemna condemnation condemnation ndemnlttto ¬
tion tto strnf s sta eneuffh UCh for the high church churchofficiate church churchoffldaJe churchotfldia
officiate who utilise their ecclesiastical ecclesiasticalpower aclttaKJoaIpower eocitat1oa1power
power for personal rw al and political pur purpose purIt purpose ¬ i
pose It has said repeatedly that thatApoetUi thatApeetl4 thatApoeU
ApoetUi Stnoott election to the th United UnitedSttef UnitedStat UnitedStatee
Sttef Stat senate te wa was a blunder that would wouldwork wouldwork wouldt
t work Irreparable trre able Injury Co o the church churchand churchand churchand
and the state tate Before his hi election and andimmediately andhftmedteJy andmnd1ataiy
immediately after isis 11 announcement of ofhis ofh ofhim
his h candidacy oaa ldac this thl paper predicted the theftvfls thev thefvUe
ftvfls v which have befallen On the other otherhand othorhand otherhajid
hand The Herald has ha no sympathy for forindiscriminate forindlertmlnatrt forindIa1minatg
indiscriminate abuse of the Mormon Mormonpeople Mormonpeople Mormonpeople
people for malicious misrepresentation misrepresentationof ml reprasentaUonof
of their religion or for tho blind unrea unreasoning unrea1SO unreasoning ¬
1SO soning mg rage which hesitates at no in inJury tnjury Injury
Jury to the feeet Interests JntelQS of the state stateor latAOf
or the th city ell in the hope of hurting hurtln too Uiochurch toochurch t tchittelt
I
church churchIt
It bpjteves further that In spite of ofth oru ofattacks
th u attacks constantly made on the thsstatv thefitat thestat
statv stat morality its good oocJ faith with withthj withtW withtki
thj aion a 0 its protection oMffe 14 14pre 4pfCirort h hprcirrt
pre pfCirort prcirrt > r ny that Utah and nd SatTlk Sat atliiGty atliiGtyare 3iiy Qltyl1re < 3iiyare
are rapidly growing i1C greater Ireat r In every
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phase haac of activity The talk about the thechurch theIJhurch thechurch
church ruining business Is the baldost baldostkind bllldGlitkind baldostkind
kind of humbug for there has boon no notime notime notime
time in Its history when business was wasas wasas wasas
as good or the promla0 rofJ1l c for future bust business bustnoss b sl slness ¬
ness so bright If It wore not for the thekind thekind
I
kind qf advertising avQr h5In such su h press agents amentaas
as Mrs Schoff are giving golvln Utani Utah It Itwould ftWQU14 i
would QuId bo going ahead more rapidly rapidlythan rapidlythan rapidlythan
than any state < 1 in the Union and andnoth noth nothing nothIng ¬
I
ing could prevent Salt Lake from frombreaking trambroaklng frombreaking
breaking all records recci ds for phenomenal phenomenalgrowth phenomenalgrowth
growth growthTha growthrhc
0 0The
The city Is being mode moderrijedagainst moderrijedagainstof modernised nlze against againstthe agaln t
the the1iror Drotost t of the American party it itla It ItIs ItIn I
la being paved and given sidewalks sidewalksand sfdealkSand sidewalksand
and the American party abuses ab 868 the ad administration administration administration ¬
ministration doing doln the work It is get getting getUng getflag ¬
ting the finest nost water supply in the thecountry thccountryand
country countryand and the representatives of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican I
American party are dOing their hclr best to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent the consummation of the plans plansBoiled plansBollod plansBoiled
Boiled down the policy of the party so sofar sofar sofar
far enunciated by its chief organ is No Nonew Nonew Nonew
new population no improvements no nowater nowater nowater
water no Mormons and no truth about aboutanything aboutanything aboutanything
anything In spite of the fact that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some few e honest hon t men approve its a aplatform nplatform aplatform
platform of humbug founded on per personal perional personal ¬
sonal disappointment and revenge pro promoted prontoted promoted ¬
moted by malice and resulting r only in ininjury inInjury inInjury
injury to every resident of this thl city and andstate andhd andstate
state hd Mormon and nonMormon nonMormonTHE nonlor111ono nonMormonTHETONOPAH
o o 1 1THE
THE THE THETONOPAH TONOPAH LINE LINEJf LiNEIfany E EJf
Jf Ifany any furtlur evidencewere evJdence ere needed neededthat neodethat neededthat
that the San Pedro Los Angeles Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake railway is an independent line it itmay itmay itmay
may bo found in the fact that articles articlesof
of incorporation for the Las Yecras YecrasTonopah Ve VezasTonopab = as asronopah
Tonopah railway were ore filed dii in Salt SaltLake Saltlake SaltLake
Lake Friday Tlio new corporation Is Isowned Isoned Isowned
owned by the he same me men who control controlthe controlthe controlthe
the San Pedro The Tonopah line Is to tobe tobe tobe
be built as a feeder to the San Pedro Podroto
to compete with tlh another road which whlchhre whichirresponsible whichivrespot1Thlo
irresponsible hre potf ib1o rumors have made ma dO to tocontrol t9control tocontrol
control the San Pedro PedroThe PcdrQTho PedrqThe
The value of the Tonopah line to Salt SaltLake SaltLako SaltLake
Lake is readily apparent The Th purpose purposeof purposeof ur osG osGof
of the corporation Is to build a railroad railroadfrom Tallroadfrom raiirthdfrom
from Las Vegas through the Goldflcld Goldflcldand Goldfildand
and Bullfrog mining country to Tono Tonopah Tonopah Tonopah ¬
pah Salt Lake ke should got a big share shareof shareot shareof
of a business that it does not touch touchnow touchnow touchnow
now and the new road will be respon responsible respon8tblo responsible ¬
sible for it It All of the thosuppUes supplies for tho thoGoldfteld thoGoldfield theGoldileid
Goldfield Tonopah and Bullfrog camps campsmost campsmost campsmost
most of the mining machinery und nd oth other other othor ¬
er articles that are needed there every everjday eer3day everyday
day and in large quantities are shipped shippedin
in now from San Francisco FranciscoWith Franci FranciscoWith co coVlth
With the Las Vegas V ogua gaa rTanopah road roadin roadin roadIn
in operation Salt Lake and Los Angeles Angeleswill AngeleswllI Angeleswill
will divide the business in this terri territory territor terntory ¬
tory tor A more direct route to the new newterritory newterritory newterritory
territory from both Salt Snlt Lake and Los LosAngeles LosAn LosAngeles
Angeles An elcs will be b afforded and it will willbo willbe vil1be
be a distinct gain to the miners and andbusiness andbusiness aflIbusiness
business men m n to trade with us Jt will willbe willi willibe willbe
be said that as Los Angeles will be becloser becloliier becloser
closer to Tonopah than tJH Salt Lake the theformor thotQror theformer
former city will get tho bulk of the thebusiness thobuslno thebusiness
business businessThis buslnoThis businessThis
This is not necessarily true of any anyline anyline anyline
line and in some 8on e lines 1in line it is out of the thequestion thequullon thequestion
question SaltLake will be the natural naturalsmolter naturalsmelter naturalsmelter
smelter point for Goldfield Tonopah Tonopahand Tonopahand Tonopahand
and Bullfrog It will be the natural naturalmining naturalmlnlns naturalmining
mining machinery and mining supplies suppliespoint suPp1i65point suppliespoint
point Here they will buy bu their coal coaland coaland coaland
and their grain And in other lines linessucji Jinesamh linesauqh
sucji as groceries bro < orlf li dry dr ggods and the thelike thelike thelike
like We e can get our share of tho busi business busine budness ¬
ness by making makin a hard try for it If wo wodont WIdont wedont
dont try we are not entitled n ed to t the thebusiness the thebualneu thebusiness
business businessWe bualneuVe
ft ftWe
We commend the enterprise of the thepeople theIHtOllc thepeople
people of Logan who arc so sonorously sonorouslybacking sonorousbbacking I Ibackitig
backing the Cache County Commercial Commercialclub Commercialclub Commercialclub
club in the raising rals ng of f funds with which whichto
i to replace the destroyed do troed mechanical mechanicalarts
arts building at the Agricultural Agilcult ral col college corlose colloge ¬
lose It is announced that the struc strucj structure structure
j ture will m be ready by Nov 1 and if that thatisnt thatisnt thatisnt
isnt going some we dont know the thomeaning themeaning themeaning
meaning of tho expression expressionI exproslonTho exnrosslonThe
I The secret is out A playwright makes makesone makesone makesone
one of his characters say the reason reasonthe roosonthe reasonthe
the Japanese fight so well is because becausethey becausethey becausethey
they arc tanned Irish And ho adds addsthat addsthat addsthat
that the mikado was ItS originally called calledj caiJelltfko calledMike
j Mike McAdoo This explains every everything everything ¬
thing Seems strange nobody thought thoughtt
if t it before beforeIt
CIiI CIiIIt
It is too much to hope that the con consciences conlJCences consciences ¬
sciences of the members of the Arkan Arkansas Arkunsas Arkanass ¬
ass sas mob that strung up tho wrong ne negro negro negro ¬
gro gro recently will m hurt them The main mainregret mainreerot mainregret
regret will HI probably be became the thewerk thewit thework
work wit will 111 all have hav to be done over overagain oyeraSRln overagain
again againAt againAt
CJa CJaAt
At the rate the political got DO ie boiling boilingalready boiUnsalready boilingslresdy
already it is certain that somebody Is Isgoing Isolnr Isgoing
going to be badly scalded long before beforethe beforetho foro forothe
the broth is finished finishedThe ftnIBh finishedThe < Hl
HlCII
CII CIIlhe
The big bf life insurance companies still stillcling suncUns stillcling
cling to the front pagft past pag Likewise LI1 wle tho thodirectors thodtrectont thedirectors
directors cling c1l to the cash cashTHE cuhTHE h hTHE
THE TIE THAT BINDS BINDSThe BIN BINDSThe S STbe
The act of the United States Stat tates bi hhuta < fa h her herclesr nor norcloser r rcl
closer cl l 8S to the Old World Wonidlfajsir ICaJeer WII
helm helmThe ItelmThe helmThe
The divers dh f types of hiNd and race
Our 0 noblest vea on meanest J llAne l trait
To ISurotws 1Curo 1urone punwries we trace treeWere traceWere
Were to the Old OltlWorld OliiWoniiFbound Worldbound bound by fate fateIIr fateJIer fateHer
Her modes art oum her every tongue tongueHer tonitUPHer tonguetier
Her gems fma of thought her lyrics grand grand11cr
Her ffflthH are new her miniberg UmIH t vs sung sitegdtye
Aye Europe is our cradleland cradlelandTh
Th Ok Worlds orlds victories arc ours
And her adversities adv UJ = we won woitAn
An empire with the th AllUd 411d nlld Powers
And Vst test It with XayileorL a ane1e > JeolL n
Were Satan to be buffeted buffetedOr buffetedOr
Or kiiia exalted Or r discrowned
Where bere duty called or story Iory led
Our common ancestrr wisfound WfUtfoUnOur wusifoutidOur
Our land a century and more moreHal morehas
Has proved the Xoal OAI for refugees retu eea
For FarwJftdererlJ wanderers from every shar sharAnd shoraAnd shore4
And arimlealg of ofaU all desrees desreesFar
Far F r nauners impecunious lords lordsFor
For anarchist with wi gory 01 hand
O multifarious are arsthe the cords cord cordThat
That bind us to the the1athor1a tftelfathortaadThough KathorJand KathorJandThough d dTbouJh
Though blood is thick a subtler tie lieThan tieThan tieThan
Than ever scientist mar ma trace traceHolds traceHoid traceHold4
Holds us in bon b bonds ns 8 qf sympathy y
With the oppressed oPPressc of1 every race
O wretched pawn pawntho tho sport of fate fateYe fute futeYe fateYe
Ye seek in war a glorious name nameBut
But serve aa a henehtnan for the great greatWho srcatWi greatWho
Who Wi basely base rob ye y of your our tame femeWhen tameWhen tanieWhen
When mad with Un thirst t lrst for spoil and power
The nations fiery tl r swords wort are crossed croStiedl1h
With l1h klnsra kin and creatures of the hour hourIn hourIn hourIn
In battles fiendish maelstrom mpe trom tossed
O Western tern World so brave and true trueArise trueArise
Arise and bid the oaruaro cease ceaseA cettscA ceaseA
A mighty force in brain and thew thewBe thewBe thewB
Be B ye a giant too in peace peaceN PlceNo peaceALBEtI
N ALBERT SHERMAN SHERMANSalt
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What and Whore I is Cowes 1
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I r1 Zira zira Proves a New York Success SuccessBY Succesi SuccesiBY
BY B FRANKLIN FRANKtINFYL FYLES S I
New York Y rk Sept 22 2The The play that is Isnearest
1
> nearest to new in Broadway Broadwaythis this week weekIs week1Zlra
Zira is a version of The New N ew Mag Magdalen Magdalen
dalen but in a way the source ot It Itor Itor
or at least the cause Is Mrs Danas DanasDefense DanasDefense
Defense When Margaret AngHn had hadconvinced hadconvinced
convinced herself hor elt and some others that thatape thatshe
she was wa s a Clara Morris over again for COiemotional foremotional
emotional acting she came from Cana Canada Cairnda
da to New York by the way of Lou Loudon London Loudon
don whore she bought the Amtrlcan Amtrlcanright Am Antricanright rlcan rlcanright
right to use Sweet Nell N n of Old Drury DruryBut DrulYBut DruryBut
But none of our managers would take takeher takeher
her with it so very reluctantly she lot lotAdo totAda
Ada Rchan have It and unlucky Ada Adawasted Adawasted Adawasted
wasted a fortnight and some money on onthe onthG onthe
the purchase Margaret was wa sorry to togo togo togo
go Into Mrs Danes Defense Instead Insteadsqrry ineteadsorry
sqrry until the morning after her herdebut berdebut herdebut
debut when the newspapers told her herhow herhow herhow
how surely she sh had triumphed Her Hercharacter Hercharacteras Hercharacter
character characteras jvas vas an adventuress who whostole vltostole
stole a dead womans Identity substi substituted substituted substituted
tuted it for her own and passed over overfrom ov overfrom r rtram
from bad society to good The drama dramiwas dr drwas dramawas
was remarkable for a long dialogue be between between
tween th false pretender and a law 1 1yer
yer et whose crossquestioning drove her herto Iterto
to a confession of her crime Yet Mrs MrsDane MrsDane MrsDane
Dane got the sympathy of the audience audienceas
as Miss Anglin pleaded In her dfense d dfenscCCC ensc enscThose
CCC CCCThose
Those are the reasons why wh Henry Henryd1iier I
Miller and J Hartley Manners thought thoughtit
it wise to put together for Margaret MargaretAnglin MargaretAnglin I IAnglin
Anglin a drama out of The New Mag Magdalon I Idalan Idalen
dalan with much vesrvnblunce to toMrs i
Mrs Danes Defense But Miss Ang Angun j
lin doesnt like to enact Magdalons 1fngdaloU8i I Iand
and so the woman In Zira Ira hasnt hasntbeen hasntbeen
been a social outcast Ilk Collins CollinsMercy ColJlnMercy CoIIinMercy
Mercy Merrick and Jones Mrs Dane Danebut Danebut
but the victim of a mock marriage marriagesmirched marriage1itnlrchtd marriagesmirchtd
smirched yet clean We first see Zlra Zlraas Zlraas Ziraas
as we did Mercy Merc a nurse on a battle battlefield battlefieJdin
fieJdln field In Africa this time not France Flanchore Francewhere
where hore she steals the name clothes and andpapers andpapers andpapers
papers of a a supposedly dead English EnglIshgirl Englishgirl
girl There is no i great deviation devlationCrom devlationCromHie from fromto
the Hie Collins story for the rightful claim claimant claimant claimant
ant of the stolen stolentersonality personality Is beaten beatenat
at every point by tIll thief thiefuntil until the theomotlonal theemotional
emotional criminal makes a confession confessionto
to a a1ccil XflK k cn and obdurate questioner as asSirs aftMrs an3trs
Sirs Dane did But Lint like Mercy Mercyagain MercyagainJs Mercyagain
again againJs Is loved lnvedind and nd married by the manwho man manwho manwho
who exposes her infamy infamyThis InfamyThis InfamyThis
This amalgamation has been rewrlt rewrltten rewritten rawritten
ten since last seasons trial prform performances prformances prfOrmances ¬
ances In Buffalo Salt Lake and San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco but it still is emphatically emphaticallyan
an actors play pIa more theatrically theatricallyclever theatrJcallyclever theatricallyclever
clever than humanly strong and the thecleaning thecleaning
cleaning of the heroines record oblit obliterates obliterates obliterates ¬
erates black marks with with ones that thatare thatare thatare
are indistinct But Margaret Angltn Angltntruly AnglIntruly Angiintruly
truly is a Clara Morris for emotional emotionalacting emotionalacting emotionalacting
acting and her genius empowers empowersZlra empowersuZlra empowersZira
Zlra to be more potent than the stage stageversion stageversion
version of The New Magdalen that thatIs thatis thatis I
Is familiar although 1ss so than Mrs MrsDanes MrsDanes MrsDanes
Danes Defense And the play lay serves servesto
to 0 send off on what is likelier than not notto notto
to be a fine career a stock company companylocated companrweated companylocated
located here by b the Shubrts and Hen Heury Henry
ry r Miller MHlerDaniel MillerDanie
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Daniel Hart has an n Irish name and andmaybe andmaybe andmaybe
maybe b hP has an Irish notion of a joke jokewhich Jokewhich
which would account for his calling his hisnew hisnew
new play Marching Through Georgia Georgiawhen Georgiawhcn Georgiahcn
when hcn no one In It Is seen marching
through any state at all Some of us uswent usvent
1 went off of Broadway on olllfonday Monday night tosee to toseo tosee
see that war drama and others of us uswent uswent uswent
went away from the electrolit thor thoroughfare thoroughfare thoroughfare ¬
oughfare to see the Russell brothers In InTha inrho inThu
Tha Great Jewel Mystery for the thepartly thepartly thepartly
partly new Zira wasnt brought out outuntil outuntU outuntil
until Thursday and in the meanwhile meanwhilethe
the only theatrical occasion c cJ the theweek theweelt theweek
week was the renewal of Adrea on onWEdnesday onWcdnesday I
Wednesday with Louise Leslie Carter CarterAs CarterAs CarterAs
As this correspondence is restricted by byorder b byorder I Iorder
order of The Herald to novelties on the j jNew
New York stage Mrs rs Carters return returnin
in Adrea is a forbidden subject subjectThe subjectThe subjectCCC
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The theatre in which Marching
Through Georgia is presented 3 has a agallery agallcry agallery
gallery that bulges and burgeons with withvery withvery wiUtvery
very disrespectful boys bo s and they didnt
lot us hear nearly all of the play which
Is a meritorious melodrama of a con conventional conventional conventional ¬
ventional sort Its hero Is a northern northernsoldier nortbernsoldier northernsoldier
soldier wounded almost to death In the thecivil thecivil
civil war the heroine is a southern girl girlwho girlwho girlwho
who nurses nur s him back to life and the thecourse theeourse thecourse
course of their true love Is roughened roughenedawfully roughenedawfully roughenedawfully
awfully by their adherence to the Union Unionand Unionand Unionand
and disunion causes But although tho th thtune
tune that has made a melody of Sher Shermans Shcrmnns Shermans ¬ I
mans march is played pla ed several times timesand timesand timesand
and the invasion of Georgia Is behind
the action we got no sight iht of a march ¬ I
ing army arm The third act Is played in ina ina Ina
a room with windows from seiillt selling to toIloor toJoor tofloor
floor and we theatrical sharps said to toone toone toone
one another that a score of o soldiers soldierswere soldierswere soldiersvere
were going to pass by over and over overagain overagain
again in the way that Wallack used usedto usooto usedto
to make a corporals guard look like llkoa I
a regiment In Ours OursWhy OursWhy OursWhy
Why do you knew an old fellow fellowsaid feno fellowsaid
said Wallack aBack sent twenty supers past pasttho pastthe pastthe I
the windows two or three times then thenjuat thenjust thenJust
just as we began to Identify them aa aarepeaters asrepeaters anrepeaters
repeaters hed have the whiskers whiskersgrabbed whlsltefsgrabbed whiskersgrabbed
grabbed off some of em and clapped on onothers onothers onothers
others and finally to confound our oureyes oureyes oureyes
eyes hed have ll1ve the tall ones crouch and andthe andthe andthe
the short ones walk tiptoe tiptoeBut UptoBut tiptoeBut
But there was no marching of any anysort an ansort anysort
sort in Marching Through Georgia Georgiaand Georgiaand Georgiaand
and I think that the gallery expecting expectingsomething cpe expectingsomething tfnS tfnSsomething
something as rousingly martial as the
Sheridans ride in Shenandoah felt feltroaontful feltrOlloutul feltresentful
resentful because nobody kept step o otho 0the othe
the familiar war tune Anyway An way the thegods theOd8 thegods
gods Od8 above behaved like devils below belowThey belowfhey belowThey
They tortured Willette Kershaw fiend ¬ I IIshlY
ishly Miss Kershaw a a stranger In InNaw InNew
New York < acted the heroine delight delightfully dellghtfuih delightfully ¬ I
fully She must have come from some somewhere somewhere om ¬ I Iwhem
where in the south for she had that thatdelicious thatdelicious
delicious southern accent which tha elo elocutionists elocuUonists docutlonists ¬ I
cutionists cant counterfeit and In Inovery Inoyery inevery
every way she was the ideal girl rebel rebelof reboIlof rebelof
of 61 to 63 6 Nevertheless while the theparquette theparquette
parquette loved her the gallery choe choewe c11oeweeped cheeweeped I
we weeped pcd and yumyummed when she shekilled shekilldd I Iki1l
killed ki1l d the hero laughed when wh n she wept YCp I Ibefore
before a portrait of her slain father fatherand fathorand fatheranti
and drowned her emotional utterances utterancesin
in her best scene with derisive outcries outcriesOther outcrieOther outcriesOther
Other players were treated as badly
but they wero not delicate sensitive sensitivecreatures sensitivecrootureai sensitivecreatures
creatures Probably Miss Mh Kershaw 1 was wasforewarned wastoroarnod wasforewarned
forewarned of tho tortures that off offBroadway oftBroadway I IBrOl1dwl1Y
Broadway imp when the humor seizes seizesthem soizesthem I IlI1em
them Inflict In lct on stage folks for she en endured endured ¬
dured It without a quiver of pain and andheres andheres andheres 1
heres hoping sho will 11I be rewarded some sometime sometime sometime
time by Broadway Broud way digtinrtlon dliUn diatint1onIf tfon
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If Mark Swan had not written wrltt n The TheGreat TheGreat TheGreat
Great Jewel Mystery well Its first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time In New York would ould haw been b ln a avery t1cry avery
very cry bad tI ne His job had been bc n to toput tovut toput
put the th Russell brothers Irish cham chambermaids chmrnbermaids ¬
bermaids as funnily into a thrcohour thrcohourmelodrama thrcohourmelodrama threehourmelodrama
melodrama as they had ever been bee Ina Inahalfhour Inthalfhour itvahaifhout
halfhour farce And he had given givenospocial glvcnO1 gIvenespecial
especial O1 poelal care to Jimmy Russell who is isthe Isthe Isthe
the Russell that shrieks that the Ice Icemini Icemutt I
mini has came ond that the cows In Inthe inthe
the hammock But fate had that day daygiven daylvol daygiven
given lvol that highly essential Russell of ofall ofall ofall I
all the four our Russells In the company a aswat aswat aswat
swat on the nose and it bled so long longand longand
and hard that he had to turn his pro professional OroCesslonal professlonal ¬
fessional petticoats over to a nephew nephewAnd nophewAnd nephewAnd
And his eccentricities couldnt he hetransferred hetransferred
transferred with the costume Now NowJimmy NowJimmy NowJimmy
Jimmy Russell Is a pet of our smart set setand setAnd setand
and a dozen carriages rolled over oe from fromFifth tromFifth fromFifth
Fifth avenue to Eighth to have him himmake himmake himmake
make their occupants laugh They got gotthere gotthere gotthere
there early enough to hear the first firstfamiliar nr firatfamiliar t tfamiliar
familiar screech for Maggie Grabben Grabbenhelmer Grabbenhelmer Grabbenheimer
helmer but It came from Jimhiys Jlmh1 8 un understudy undtrstudy understudur ¬
derstudy ineffectually and the themodtsh themodtshslummers modish modishslummers iiiodlshslummers
slummers quit at the end of the th act actThey actThey actThey
They carod nothing for the plays ex excellence exccllencc cxcellenee ¬
cellence without Jimmy JimmyWith JimmyVUh JimmyWTltJi
With Jimmy Jlmm In his place the rough roughfarce 1ouShfarce roughfarce
farce Imbodded In slapdash melodrama melodramacauses melodramaauses melodramacauses
causes < convulsions The Ruspells play playdetectives playdetettlves playdetectives
detectives disguised as chambermaids chambermaidsIn
In a hotel to trace some Jewels that ono onoguest oneguest
guest hag utolen from another In the thecourse thocoure thecourse
course of the search the Jimmy chum chambermaid chnmbcrmald chumlierniaki ¬
bermaid loses 8 her frock to a sneak snealcthief sneakthief mea1cthief
thief Boar Inmind In mInd what a ludicrous ludicrousQalJnt ludicrousoarInttThd
1 oarlgaftffc QalJnt fci of a tlwo iisoman woman an TImmIe makes makesand mak makesand s sana
and you will realize the fun of hitn l18 l18Jc1tl11ln s sloaning sleaning
loaning Jc1tl11ln out through tho doorway jJfAn jJfAnadjoining t tn tnadjoinIng Jt Jtadjoin
adjoining adjoin In room in corset and andlie chraiQje chraiQjehe eh IP e ehe
he yells for th t1te tkeplnsjo plao < covwp the i ijibTc ijibTccloth mableCloth nti 0
cloth and the lamp ian shade They Thc arc rc J
I uUo thrown to hIm and he comes out wear wearin
J ing in them for a shawl a skirt and a bat hatThat batTbat batThat
That is a kind of foolery that Jimmy Jimmyan Jimmy1tln Jimmycan
can an deliver and the nephew couldnt I
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A lull in the issue of o dramatic plays playsIn
I In Broadway gives time to look at od oddities
c ditlcs in extravagances One of the new newthings newfhlngs newthings
I things Is the he way In which Lulu Glaser Glaseris
is I proclaimed before her entrance In InDolly InDolIDollars InDuihy
Dolly DolIDollars Dollars Carter de Haven a asmall IIsmaU asmall
small young man aa ugly as a devil deviland devJlantl devilanti
and < who dances like a devil d vU gone daft daftJcada daftj daftleads
1 leads in an octette of singing chorus chorusgirls chQlusgirl chorusgirls
I girls of the pony ballot size lze and come comely conicly I
ly enough to look pretty by contrast contrastwith conUJlStwith contrgstwith
with him Four l our of them are dressed as asISton asEton I
Eton J tQn schoolboys the high hats balanced balancedon
on their fluffy heads the short Jackets Jacketsdrawn jclt jacketsdrawn ts I
drawn < tightly around their narrow narrowwaists narrowwaists narrowwaists
waists and the trousers curved wide wideTrtth wlduwlth widewIth
wIth femininity The other four our are arerustic arerusticmaIdens areruatic
rustic rusticmaIdens j maidens in Idealized sunbonnets sunbonnetsand
and coquettish petticoats De Haven Havenhas Havenhas Havenhas
has had them with him several sea seasons seasons seasons ¬
sons In vaudeville and so they sing singand singand singapd
J and dance with him in nimble unison unisonThey unisonThey unisonThey
They have a new song and therein lies liestheir liestheir liestheir
j their special service to Lulu Glaser Glasera
a t a a ditty setting forth the lovely auda audacities audacltlcfJ audacities ¬
cities of an American heiress The ad adjectives adjectives adjectives ¬
j jectives ale alliterative with the won wondrous wontlrauD wondroun ¬
drous creatures name which Is Dolly
i Dollars of course coursedalnt dainty daring de delightful deIIghttul dehigiitful ¬
j lightful delicious dlstracvng dlstraC ng devilish devilisheverything deUlshverythlng devilishbverything
everything that the author could think thinkof thinkofbfglnnlllg thinkof
of ofbfglnnlllg beginning with a D until you are areconvinced ar arcgnlnced areconvinced
convinced that she is i the d well welllive weU1h wellthe
j live 1h deucedest dou edest of all darlings Think of ofthe otthe ofthe
the announcement that Is thus made madeof madeot madeof
of jito he actress When a minute later laterthere IatertHere laterthere
there Is a stage full of commotion with witheverybody witheverybody witheverybody
everybody crisscrossing the scene scenelooking scenelookin scenelooking
looking lookin expectantly oft L U making makingecstatic makingecataUc makingecstatic
ecstatic < outcries of welcome and open
jug a passage down C we know that thatDolly thatpollr thatPolly
Dolly Lulu Dollars Glaeer is due to ar arrive arrive arnyc ¬
j rive in n all possible splendor
Dolly DoH Lulu comes In an automobile automobileof
i of course Motor cars roll the principal principalcliaracters prIncIpalc1wracters prIncipalcharacters
i characters into eleven of the plays in intown Intownthlo Iiitown
town townthlo this week sometimes seriously seriouslyoften ser1uslyoften
i often funnily and in this case for both bothadmiration bothadinlratlon bothadmIration
i admiration and hilarity Dolly Lulu is isthe istiie
the heh hsuiieoine n so1He occupant of a machine machinethat machInethat
that had forty horsepower but has
lout it by the wayside wa Ifde and is now nowhauled nowhauled
hauled by b one poor old horse The Theactress Theactress
actress springs out sings pleasantly pleasantlyPf
Pf the pleasures and penalties of oCouto outo
Ing and the show aho is started with a gay gaywhirl gaywhirl gaywhirl
whirl whirlMax
CCC CCCMax 11 if ifMax
Max and Gus Rogers ride Into the
McNally show The Rogers Brothers in
Ireland In a donkey cart The donkey
has extra long ears the cart is a ram ramshackje ramshaje
shackje se of two wheels heas and an axletree axletreeand ntletreeand axietreeand
and the absurd outfit Is such as car carriers carrlens carrlern ¬
riers use on Irish roads Max or is it
Gus 1 stands up and drives while Gus Gusor Gusor
or Is If ittdx fcijjx is the load lying limp limpand limpand limpand
and both are thrown off among spal spalpeens ¬
peens and colleens who are welting the theold theold
old sod to the music of a real Irish Irishmans IrlshtphnH Irishrphns ¬
mans tphnH bagpipes A prettier entry is isgiven isgIven
given to Corinne the ugly but talented talentedchief talentedchlet talentedchief
chief colleen c lleen for she has a smart jaunt ¬
ing car drawn by a prancing horse and
laden with pretty girls girlsMakers girlsMakors girlsCe
Ce CeMakers
Makers of extravaganzas arc expect expected ¬
ed d to provide new songs not only but butnew butnew
new ways of illustration It doesnt doesntmatter doesntmatter doesntmatter
matter that Miss Glaser takes her show showgirls showgirls showgirls
girls to Paris and the Rogerses take
theirs to Killarney each party lots It ¬
self go like true American sOUbrettes
in negro melody and march But there thereare thereare
are more original devices of feminine
exhibition In both plays pla s The Rogers
Brothers Br th rfJ In Ireland has Its pony ballet
Inevitably inevltabbeJght eight smallish young wo women womcn woflea ¬
men who dance with the exactness of ofclockwork ofcloctvorlc ofclockwork
clockwork and with a violent activity
Indicating that the works In the clock
have gone wild They Th y sing about their
first ride on a railway with vjtl choochoo choochooand
and kerchug and then in a single file
they Imitate the movements of a train
of cars For an encore each tourist touristgets touristKets touristgets
gets into her trunk and shuts the lid
Their voices come out muffled like a aventriloquists aventriloquists aventriloquists
ventriloquists when he shuts his man manakin manakin manakin
akin in a box for a repetition of half halfof hairot halfof
of the chorus Suddenly the trunks be become become beconic ¬
come engine and cracks ecac ccacs s with eight eightroguish eightroguish eightroguish
roguish faces in eight windows win ow5 and the
train passes away awayThe awnyThe
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The oddest other Rogers display of ofgirls otgirls ofgirls
girls make the climax of an act The Thewhole Thewholo Thewhole
whole ballet chorus Is used in a ballad balladcxlollng balladxtollng balladCxtoilng
cxlollng the shamrocks of Erin Every
Whiteclad girl carries a a parasol like likea likea
a shillaah but at the chorus Ch orUB she opens
it wide and white and hides behind it
Four rows of the parasols ono above aboveanother aboveanother aboveanother
another make a screen across the thestage
stage S q and ap l then in the small space left lettOPEt1 leftOEU
open at every junction of four parasols
the head of a singing and grinning girl girlappears girlappears
appears Variegated lights and colors colorsarc colorsarc colorsare
arc thrown on this surface of parasols parasolsand parasolsand parasolsand
and faces aces and the night is ike a kalei ¬
doscope with an amiable visage on oneach oneach
each e ch piece of glass glassTwo glassC
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Two ingenious sights ar are fitted into
the theme of Dolly Dollars The jolly
American heiress Is hunted matrimo matrimonially n1atrhnonlall1 matnimonially ¬
nially by eight noblemen of as many
foreign nations all of whom she scorns scornsand scornsnnd scornsand
and by one lord lor whom she favors favorswhile favorswhUe favorswhile
while pretending p tcndlng not to The nine re rejected rejected rejected
jected suitors hold a conference in poly polyglot pol polglot polyglot ¬
glot dialect and they are an eccentric
lot except the tenor lord lordA lordA
A woman is only a woman the thelord thelord thelord
lord quotes from Kipling but a t good goodcigar goodclgJr goodcigar
cigar ic Ii a Smoke SmokeHe SmokeHe SmokeHo
He passes his cigar case around the thesmicircle thes thesmiqjrcle
smicircle s of complainers and sings singsto
to them of tho solace of tobacco tob cco This
Is In a dim garden the verses and mu music lnuslc muaLe ¬
sic ar somnlfir The smoke s rises in
the t e faint moonlight specked with the thetips thetips
tips of fire and nd for the moment you feel feelas teelas feelas
as though a good cigar really might mightmake mightmake mightmake t
make you forget your love of an un unwilling unwllJlngwoman unwilling ¬
willing wllJlngwoman woman
o o oThe fl flThe ifThe
The other ingeniously delivered song
In thisSmith and Herbert piece Is sung r
by the tantalizing tRntull lnS Dolly Dollars to t the thepestering thepesterInG thepestering I
pestering eight wooers who hay ha havefQrmed
formed a club pooled their interests interestsand interestsnd interestsand 3
and nd followed her to Paris where they r
dangle around her at a carnival There Thereupon ThcreuJon Thereupon ¬
upon she warble WRrbl to them a fable of 01some ofsome
some some foolish moths and a disdainful disdainfulmoon c1isdalflfulmoon dlsdaitifulmoon 1
moon During the first chorus the oc ¬
tette of ponywomon trip around the themen themen themen
men and wave wa va their fans like the th wings wingsof 3
of moths with a pretty effect But the theensuing theensuing theensuing >
ensuing refrains ar > rendered spectacu ¬
Jut All dI light on the stage Is extin extinguished extlnlus1et extingutalie ¬
guished t and from a projectoacope in i
the gallery a fitfully fittull shifting illumina illumination ihlumination ¬
tion la i thrown on the he women as they the
hod out their draperies ike wings of ofmoths ofmoths ofmoths f
moths that have becom9 big butterflies L
They flit to and fro ro and around about aboutWhile nboutwhlla aboutwhile
While Dolly in the center with her r
floating gown Illuminated by a calcium i
frQm below stands very pictorially for forthe forthe f
the flame that hat will singe the silly lovers loversa
a tt ttIs
Is there no fun in thes these two shows
Lots oflt of It but not fit to print for I
hold that Jokes jok s that wont stand cold I
type typ are indecently bad Here are arespecimens arespeQhlleTls arespeclneqs B
specimens which made the audience audiencewrithe ou audiencewrithe iencc ienccrlth B
writhe rlth and yell whf WIHn n spoken by y clover clevercomedians cloveroQnH clovereopediais r
comedians oQnH dlnns and you may try whether whetherthey whcthelthey wlietheithey r
they more than make you smile In the therending thereading therendlug c
rending rendingDolly readingDolly rendlugDolly
Dolly Dollars English lover says saysproudly l naysproudly < US USproud R
proudly proud The sun never sets on Brit ¬
ish soil and Miss Glaoor retorts Any f
hencan hen can claim as much of her son sonOm sonOn soflOnn
Om > Rogers asks the other Is r there thereanything thereanything e
anything else you OU might have read readand readnd reedand
and nd the reply repl is i I might have red redwhiskers redwl1islefrs redthinkers r1
whiskers if I didnt shave shaveKEEP shaveKEEP hav havIII
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miscuously about for the < same neigh neighbora neighbOlS neighbors
bora to gather up and burn that their cur nlrroUndltg5 currotindinga ur
roUndlngs mny be clean and aightly alghUThis dghitlyThis
This school is no exception for I find the thesiajrys theSR1qp thesanp
siajrys rul rule prevails pt < walis throughout the city citygreat cit1Tlat citygreat
great heaps of rubbish accumulating accutrtlilaUrEabout accuinttlaUrrabout
about the fence renc ditches dlt < hcs etc for a block b10ckaround blockaround
around each school schoolAnother achoolAnother achesAnother
Another feature of considerable Impor Importance hnportAnce itnportanes
tance are re the surroundings about our ourCity ourClt ourCity
City Clt and County bunging bnIJ 1lng < Inside the im immediate immediate
mediate square is immaculate InHp culate cleanliness cleanlinessbut clennlln s sbut
but as you pa pas n along tho thought come comethat comethat comesthat
that the cleanliness might extend across acrossthe
the sidewalk and Info In o the ditches alr086j spa speclnlly spaemIly P Pclally
emIly as this tbl is tho very center of law Iuworder laworder <
I order and < cleanliness cleanlinessSomething clennllneSomethln ciennhinesSomething
Something needs tO lJs < to be douc to awaken awalcenpeople awacenpeople awakenpeople
people to the real ral situation Our health healthphysician
physician has done much but he needs needstho needstho needsthe I
tho hearty heart eoroporation of every nan nanwoman nllnwuman nanwoman
woman und child chlldin in this city reach your iourchn jourchildren
children chn rcn oh fathers und mothers to tot toilite toLake
t Lake ike care ro of their own Immediate dirt dirtthat dirtthat
that the receptacles provided for wast wastpaper wastmpcr wastepaper
paper boxes banana skins and ann orange orangepeelin rang9pealIn
peol pealIn in fact everything In the shape of otroCuso ofrefuse
refuse should be placed In the th garbage garbagereceptacle garbagereceptacle
receptacle where it belongs belongsLet beiongsLet belongsLet
Let everybody follow this rule and our ourcitys ur urcitys ircitys
citys sanitary condition will be much im improved improved miproved
proved provedI i iI
I am told that there Is an ordinance ArdlnilMe to tothe
the effect that all nroperty owners must nmJtkeel nustkeel
keep keel their sidewalks clean in front of otthe oftheir I
their the r property Letus Let us enforce on force this or ordinance ordinance ordinance
dinance and we will wil have less typhoid tynholdfever typhoidfever
fever It the man at the head of our oursanltury oursanitary
sanitary department is not equal to the thedemands thedemands
demands made upon him then put a good 1toodwide goodwide ood
wide awake homemaker at the wheel wheelone wheclone wheelone
one who will see ee that all is made Mean Ieantram leanfrom
from the back fence to the front ditch ditchand ditchand ditchand
and kept 1 ept clean Lot It be one who does docsnot doesnot doesnot
not live in n palace and nd supposes his Illsservant hisservants
servants sweep the dirt out for others 10 10contend 0 0contend ocontend
contend with withe th thJ
I bollevc that back of all mans good goodwork goodwork goodwork
work is a a good woman woman And right here is isa isa
a grand field for our good women to towork towork towork
work In a profitable protJtabll way wa r Every Ever time timofilth tlmnfilth timefilth
filth la thrown mfc In 9 our streets it is isground Isround isground
ground round up and thrpwn back into our ourteeth ourteeth
teeth as it wero Weronot not to stay there but butto hiltto butto I
to pass on Into our very being contam contaminating contamInntlng contammating ¬
mating all our vital forces where all allmight nilmight 11 I
might have been well had we remem remembored rememhored remainbored
bored heretofore hC t tororc that Godliness is next nextto nextto
to cleanliness L E A L LAUTUMN LAUTUM LAUTUMN I
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PROFESSOR J J McCLELLAN ORGAN ORGANPROFESSOR ORGANfrlday ORGANfriday
friday nigbt Ottob October r 6tb 6thPROFESSOR 1905 1905PROFESSOR >
PROFESSOR EVAN STEPHENS STEPHENSPROFESSOR Director DirectorAccompanist DirectorPROFESSOR DirectorPROFESSOR
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Salt Lake Tribune qn the International Concert held in Salt Lake Taber Tabernacle Tabernac1e Tabernacle ¬
nacle in August 1898 1898Little 1895Littlo 1898Little
Little Judith Anderson retained the good will of the thspeople people which she shela shtla4 sheias
la la4 won on the former nights and Is undoubtedly one of the sweetest lIttle Httle7yearold l1tUeyearold lIttle7yearold
7yearold girls that ever trod the boards She was recalled twice last night nightand nightand nightand
and got two lovely boqueta boquetaBIKUBEN boquctaBIKUBENHer
BIKUBEN DIKUBENHer Her voice was so clear and beautiful and her appearance ao aoinnocent soinnocent
innocent and unconcerned that she won everybodys heart heartDESERET heartDESERET heartDESERET
DESERET NEWS NEWSAmQn Among the soloists who succeeded in gaining the thewarmth thewarmth thewarmth
warmth of the audience au hmce was Miss Judith Anderson a sweet little child of I Iyears 1rears 7yearS
years who sang her song so well that a repetition was asked
1894 1894The V VV
V The Concert i il Thatcher OperaHouse Opera House Logan August 26 6IOGAN UKM UKMLOGAN js4LOGAN
LOGAN NATION NATIONLittle Little Miss Judith Anderson was immense Immen e Her voice voiceis ic icIs
is powerful and filled the house the words were clear and distinct distinctLOGAN distinctLOGANJOURNAL disUnctLOGAN
LOGAN LOGANJOURNAL JOURNAL 0 and especially so In the Instance Inst neo of litUe litUeJudith JitUeJudith hitUeJudith
Judith Anderson tho child vocalist whose > voice filled the houge ltus and inspired inspiredthe
the hearers with wonder and admiration admirationTho admirationTho admirationThe
Tho singing contest in Salt Lako Tabernacle February 22 1E34 The con contestants conhstantsJ contestants ¬
testants were seventeen In number the song being Loves Sorrow SorrowSALT SorrowSALT SorrowSALT
SALT LAKE HERALD IIERALDTha The first fjr > t prize for the vocal solo was awarded to toJudith toJudith toJudith
Judith Anderson AndersonKORRESPONDENTEN Ander50nKORRESPONDETE1Th AndersonKORRESPONDENTENTho
KORRESPONDENTEN Tho first prize for solo singing was awarded to toJudith toJudith toJudith
Judith Anderson Little Miss > 188 A has often charmed us u with her hersongs her8ong hersongs
songs which she sinsswith sings wlt11 a a firmness and clearness clc rnesfl of voice that would wouldmake wouldmake wouldmake
make an older singer envy her Her victory victor Is all II the more conspic conspicuous consplcuOUJ conspicnoun ¬
noun because she was the youngest of 0 all the contestant
1899 1899Orand 1899Grand
Grand Musical Festival in the Salt Lake Taburnaolo April 8th SthDESERET 8thDESERET 8thV
V DESERET NEWS C C A deaidQd deol ld hit was mad by another young youngsinger
8 singer Miss Judith Anderson whose Oio vpico pi co as a n contralto is as remarkable remarkableas
as u > Nannie Touts as aeonranoi aeonranoiSALT asonranoSAL aeonranoSALT
SALT SAL LAKE TRIBUNE TRIBUNEMiss Mlss Judith Anderson the child hUd contralto gave gaveA
A Dream by Bartlett Miss Judith has h s a de deQp p rich voice olce which gives givespromise givespromise givespromise
promise of great success
1903 1905GERMAN 1903GER1JAN 1903GERMiN
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son of Salt Lake Cltya pupil of Mau lfilllme me Blanche coram sang for the first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time in Berlin and created a tine Impression ImpressionJ3tjllLtirf impressionBERLINGER ImpressionBERLINGER
J3tjllLtirf BERLINGER > MORGEN uv IORG > w 30 NPOTI18S vtJ T1 uuv Judith 41V010V1 Anderson on an American Americansinger Amenicasinger ijuctiuau ijuctiuausinger
singer was heard In her selection lecUon from Samson ct Delila Her voice is a abeautiful abeauOful abeautiful
beautiful contralto and has a fine range rangeBERLINGER rangeBERLINGBR rangeBERLINGER
BERLINGER TAGEBLATT TGEBLATTMIss Mies ll5s Judith Anderson from America sangHer sang sangHer anC anCIHr
Her voice is contralto of a beautiful b soft and velvety quality The singer aincermade ftlnliermad singermade
made a good Impression ImpressionVORRSICHE Impres ImpressionVORRSICHE lon lonVORRSICHE
VORRSICHE ZEITUNG ZEITUNGIiss Miss lIss Judith Anderson sang H ng Grossartig GrossartigPrlnia GrossartigPllma GrossartigPrima
Prima Donna Madame LilU Lehman said ald Miss Anderson has a beautiful beautifulvoi beauUtuloirp beautifulvolre
voi oirp e and it was a great pleasure to listen lI ttn to her Hinging HingingNEW ringingNEW InglngNEW
NEW YORK WORLD W RLD July 8 lOOS 1905Mlss Mlss Anderson Is said by b many mu muyiral muIral muiai
yiral critics to possess a remarkable voice Cl1cr It is a full fulltontra1to contralto that Is I both bothpowerful bothpowerful bothrcwerfuI
powerful and sweet sweetGrocers sweetGrocers sweetV sweetGrocers
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