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I THE NEW YEAR YEARWe YEARWe
We spend our years as a tale that Is Istold Istold
told wrote the psalmist in the full fullrness tullness
ness of his wisdom wisdomAnother wisdomAnother
Another year will be added tonight tonightto
to the story that Is always finished yet yetnever yetnever
never finished the story of time The Theold Theold Theold
old year ends the new year begins It Itwas Itvas Itwas
was an old story when the cliff dwell dwellers dwellers dwellers ¬
ers began the building of their homes in inArizona inArIzona InArizona
Arizona and In southern Utah it was wasold wasold wasold
old when Xerxes marched with his hisarmies hisarmies
armies it was old when Alexander Alexanderconquered Alexanderconquercd
l
conquered his little world when the thebabe thebabe
i babe came to the manger in Bethle Bethlehem Bethleh ¬
t hem h m For aeons and aeons somebody somebodysomewhere somebodysomewhere
j somewhere in this world has been beenmarking beenmarking
marking the passing of the old the thecoming thecoming thed
d coming of the new year yearTet yearYet yearf
f Yet there is always a certain fas fascination fascination fascinatlon ¬
cination in the story The first hour hourof hourot houror
of the new year is very much like the thelast thelast thelast
last hour of the old It contains Just Justsbcty justsixty justsixty
sixty minutes and each of the sixty sixtyminutes sixtymInutes sixtyI
I minutes contains Just sixty seconds secondsSChere secondsrhere secondsThere
There Is no convulsion of nature nq up upheaval upheaval upheaval ¬
heaval of the solar system no chang changing changIng changlug ¬
ing of the seasons Sixty minutes con continue continue continue ¬
tinue as always to make an hour hourtwentyfour hourtwentytour hourI
I twentyfour hours hoursto to make a day Still Stillthe StlUthe Stillthe
the striking of the clocks at midnight midnighttonight midnighttonIght midnighttonight
tonight the ringing of bells will wUl seem seemas seemas seemfla
as always to mark a definite tangible tangiblechange tangIblec1ange tangfblchange
change changeSomehow c1angeSomehow changeSomehow
Somehow the coming of the new year yearseems yearseems yearseems
seems to give to everybody a renewal renewalof renewa I II
I of o hope a determination to take the thefullest thefullest I
1 fullest advantage of every opportunity opportunityfor
I for selfimprovement The New Years Yearsresolution Yearsresolution Yearrresolution
resolution Is often ften spoken of Jocularly JocularlyThe JocularlyThe jocularlyThe
The paragraphers are fond of telling us usthat usthat u uI
I that vast quantities of the material materialthat materialthat 1
I that hell is said to be paved with are aremanufactured aremanufactured I Imanufactured
manufactured on the first of January of ofeach ofe ol olk
k each e oCh year We do not regard any good goodresolution goodresolution gooc L Lresolution
resolution as a joke jokeSuppose jokeSuppose jokeSuppose
Suppose ninetynine men out of a ahundred ahundred s L LI
I hundred do break their good resolu resolutions resoluUQns resolutIQflff ¬
tions Is not the hundredth worth sav savinff savlns
I lug And perhaps some time the men menwho menwbo I Iwbo
wbo often try to keep their resolutions resolutionseven resolutionseven
even though they often fail fa 11 will be beable beable b bable
able to win their fight So we believe believein i iin
in the New Years resolution If one oneis oneIs i
is able to keep it only for a a few days daysthose daysthose
7 those few days are worth working for forAnother forAnother for4nother
Another good thing about the open openIng opening openlug
Ing of a new year is that it brings us usall usal 5 5all
all al up to a view of the future For Forthe Forthe Foithe
the time we forget the past with Its Itsmistakes itsmistakes It I Imistakes
mistakes its disappointments its sor sorrows sorrows norrows ¬
rows for the time we are able as Vir Virgil Vlrgl1 Virgil ¬
gil puts it because we seem to be able ableThats ableThats ablet
t I Thats a thought that has inspired inspiredmany Inspiredmany inspir I Imany
many a beaten man to keep on fight fighting fighting fightIng ¬
ing for nobody can win who thinks he heis heis h i iIs
is going to lose loseFinally loseFinally loseFinally
Finally The Herald having enjoyed enjoyedthe enjoyedth I Ithe
the th most prosperous year In n its history historyand historyand historyand
and looking forward with Its splendid splendidnew splendidDew I
1 new equipment to a more prosperous prosperousyear prosperousyear S Syear
year to come wishes you all a full fullmeasure fuIlmeasure I Imeasure
measure of happiness and prosperity prosperityMay prosperityMay prosperityMay
May everything worth having be yours yoursmay yoursmay yoursmay
may your Joys be many and your sor sorrows sorrows or orrows ¬
rows few your days all sunny your yourslkes yoursikes r rsikes
sikes all blue bluejyjAYOR bluejAYOR
0 0I
jyjAYOR I A YOR MORRIS MORRISFew MORRISFew MORRISFew
Few men who have ever served the theSalt theSalt th a aSalt
Salt Lake City public In an official ca capacity capacity cmpacity ¬
pacity have been the subjects of such suchbitter suchbItter suc 1 1bitter
bitter unreasonable malicious and andlying andlying am 2 2lying
lying attacks as has Mayor Richard P Pilorrls Prorrls FMorris
Morris whose term has now but a few lewhours fewbours fe V Vhours
hours to run It must be a l satisfaction satisfactionto a ato
to Mayor Morris to remember the thesource thesource Ui e esource 1
source of these attacks to remember rememberthat rememberthat r rthat
that the decent people of the city do donot donot d 0 0not
not endorse them or their source That ThatMayor ThatMayor Tha t tt
t
Mayor Morris has made mistakes no nobody nobody nobody ¬
body will deny But any assertion he hedeserves hedeserves h e edeserves
deserves the malignant criticisms that thathave thathave the Lt Lthave
have been heaped upon him will we weare weare w e eare
are sure be vigorously denied by a alarge alarge alarge
large majority of Salt Lakers LakersMayor LakersMayor LakersMayor
Mayor Morris will go out of office as ashe ashe a S She
he went Into office with the respect respectand respectand respec it itand
and the esteem of the community in inwhich inwhloh I 1i 1iwhich 1
which he has always made his home homeIf homeIt honiit
It he has made mistakes they were werehonest werehonost wet e ehonest
honest mistakes and he has made none nonethat nonethat non Le Lethat
that could In any way injure this thlsclty thlscltyStarting city cityStarting ott k
Starting with a council that was hos hostile host11e ho hotile 3 ¬
tile to him Mayor Morris by the exer exercise exercise exeicise ¬
cise of rare rare tact and diplomacy won wona wona we fl fla 1
a a majority of that body to hs support supportand supportand suppoi 1 tLa
and in all important particulars he has haswon haswon ht htwon La
won every battle he has been engaged engagedin engage 3 din
in
During the administration of Mayor MayorMorris MayorMorris Mayc r
Morris the city has gone forward with withpublic withpublic wit it k
public improvements as it has never nevergoneyforward nevergonqtorward nev nevgon9forWard r
goneyforward MUejj upon miles of ofsidewalks ofslde 4 f fsideWalks
sidewalks slde alks street paving and sewers sewershavd sewershav sewe 5S 5SSt s
have been constructed and for the first firsttime firsttime fir St it
time an intelligent solution of the water waterproblem waterproblem wati r
problem has been presened and is be being beIngworked bi 5 ¬
lug Ingworked worked out We were told during duringthe durIngthe durir ig
the campaign amPaiS that Mayor Morris Is en entitled entitled e 2 ¬
titled to no credit for all thin progress progressBut progressBut S i
But doesnt it impress you as a rather rathersingular ratherslngtllr rath ar
singular that almos no progress was wasmade wasmade W4 is s
made under other mayors and especial i ¬
ly under the mayor who succeeds Mr MrMorris MrMorrIs MrorrIs
Morris M orrIs at noon tomorrow tomorrowThroughout tomorrowThroushout tomorrowThroughout
Throughout his administration Mayor MayorMorris rrayorMorris IayororrIs
Morris M orrIs first thought has always been beenfor beenfor beenor
for f or the city Practically all of his hiswaking hiswakIng hisaking
waking w time time has been devoted devo ed to muni municipal municipal muniipal ¬
cipal c interests and the results have havebeen
been b een apparent from the beginning beginningThey beginnIngThey
They T hey show in the better appearance Of Ofthe ofthe
the t he city in the fact that the money of otthe
the t he taxpayers has been carofully car < fuUy and andeconomically
economically e expended expended in generally generallyimproved generallyimproved
improved I public service servlceWe
We would not be doing our duty if we wetaUed
failed f to call attention to these facts factsespec
especially espec e ally in view of the cruel criticism criticismto
to t o which the mayor has bean be n subjected subjectedand
and a nd which he has undergone with such suchdignity
dignity d and patience He leaves public pubUclite
life l without regret to resume his prl prlvate
vate v ate business buln ss That he will be a useful usefulcltzen
citJzen c as he was a splendid mayor mayorgoes mayorgoes
goes g oes without saying The Herald Heraldwishes Heraldwishes
wishes w ishes him all possible success In what whatever
ever e ver he may undertake and wherever whereverhe
he h e may be
I I ITHE
THE INTERMOUNTAIN WEST WESTHow WESTHow
How has It fared far d with Utah and the theintermountain theIntermountain thentermountain
intermountain i country during the year yearthat yearthat
that t tb ends at midnighttonight mi inight tonight As the thebells thebells
bells b ells ring out the old year what mes message message ¬
sage s do they give of things accom accomplished accompUshed accomUshed ¬
pUshed p Ushed of progress measured By Bytheir BytheIr
their t deeds shall ye know them says saysthe saysthe
the t he worldold Injunction Have we weachieved weachieved
achieved a anything worth while during duringthe duringthe
the t he year that is air ailbut but ended Let Letthe the therecords therecords
records set forth in The New Years YearsHerald YearsHerald
Herald today give the answer answerAt answerAt
At no period In the history of the thewest thewest
west have conditions been so favor favorable favorable favorable ¬
able in no year of our history has more moresolid moresolid
solid s genuine advancement been made madeIn madeIn madeIn
In Utah in Idaho in Wyoming we wehave wehave
have been blessed as people have rarely rarelybeen rarelybeen
been blessed And especially is this thistrue thIstrue
true of Utah The state has ha grown In Ininfluence Ininfiuence
influence i In prestige In population in inwealth inwealth
wealth Our mines have yielded gen generously generously ¬
erously of their vast stores our farms farmshave farmshave
have given forth abundantly of their theirproducts thefrproducts
products our factories have been busy busynight bus busnight
night and day supplying the demand demandfor demandfor
for their th il products productsBest productsBest productsBest
Best of all there is a feeling In tho thoair thoair theair
air that greater eater things are in store We Wehave Wehave Wehave
have awakened to possibilities un undreamed undreamed Undreamed ¬
dreamed of a few years ago Fancies Fancieshave Fancieshave
have become beeomefacts facts dreams have been beenrealized beenreallzed
realized God has given us men Look Lookupon Lookupon
upon the work of the Commercial club clubthe clubthe
the Real Estate association the Manu Manufacturers Manufacturem Manufacturer3 ¬
facturers Merchants association associationCompare assoclatfonCompare
Compare the present activity of these thesesplendid thesesplendid
splendid organizations with the doless dolesswhatstheuse dolesswhatstheuse dolesswhatstheuse
whatstheuse sentiment that prevailed prevailedfor
for so many years The year has dem demonstrated demonstrated ¬
onstrated that Utah can go forward forwardthat forwardthat forwardthat
that it has the material advantages advantageshere
here that the only reason we have not notgone notgone notgone
gone forward before Is that we have havenot havenot havenot
not taken enough interest in n our own ownstate ownstate
state stateDoes stateDoes stateDoes
Does our prosperity rest upon a asound asound asound
sound substantial basis Is it a tem temporary temporary ternporary ¬
porary fleeting elusive thing that we wecannot wecannot wecannot
cannot hope hOI > e to have with ith us always alwaysFor alwaysFor alwaysFor
For answer we point to the mineral mineralproduction mineralproduction mineralproduction
production aggregating nearly 30000
000 we point to the products of our ourfarms ourfarms ourfarms
farms aggregating In value many ml millions mllions mllions ¬
lions of dollars and showing a heavy heavyIncrease heavyIncrease heavyincrease
Increase over last year we point to tothe tothe tothe
the increased trade of our ou merchants merchantsthe
the activity In real estate the evidences evidenceson
on every hand of an awakening awakeningNever awake1IngNever awaknIngNever
Never did prosperity have a firmer firmerfoundation firmerfoundation firmerfoundation
foundation never was there moreabundant moreabundant more moreabundant
abundant Justification for the belief beliefthat beUethat beltetthat
that the year that starts at midnight midnightwill midnightwfll midnightwill
will surpass in everything that is worth worthwhile worthwhile L
while even the marvelous record of
1905 1905RUSSIAN
T It I IRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN REBELLION CRUSHED CRUSHEDThe CRUSH ED EDThe
The new year will open gloomily gloomilyenough glooml1yenough gloomilyenough
enough for the Russian insurgents insurgentsTheir InsurgentsTheir insurgentsTheir
Their uprising has been quelled heir hfelrblows hllrblows heirblows
blows for liberty have been struck struckin struckinvain in invain ir I Ivain
vain The dispatches say that the thecountry thecountry i icountry
country has quieted quletedll quleted1down down do that the thelast thelast thclast
last spark of the recent conflagration conflagrationhas
has been extinguished One reason l ason for forthe ferthe fOtthe
the quietness IB that so manv of the thepeople thepeople thEpeople
people have been killed so many driven drivenaway drhrcnaway driveraway
away from their homes But they will willnot wUlnot wilnot
not be quiet long longThey longThey longThey
They are now like a surly dog that thathas thathas b bhas
has been lashed into its kennel As Asthe Asthe A 3 3the
the dog whines and growls and licks its itswounds Itswounds S Swounds
wounds though outwardly submissive submissiveso
so the people of Russia are bidding biddingtheir biddingtheir biddinltheir
their time It may be months before beforeanother beforeanother beforcanother
another outbreak occurs If in the themeanwhile themeanwhile x xmeanwhile
meanwhile the fair promises of the theczar theczar i iczar
czar are carried Into effect there may maynot maynot ma p pnot
not be another uprising If though thoughpromises thoughpromises
promises are again broken pledges left leftunfulfilled leftunfultUled lef t tunfulfilled
unfulfilled the next revolution will ba babetter b bbettr bc i ibetter
better planned and It may succeed succeedButchery succeedButchery succeedButchery
Butchery of the coldblooded charac character character character ¬
ter that has been practiced In Russia Russiaduring Russiaduring L Lduring
during the last few weeks may subdue subduea
a people but it does not and cannot cannotconquer cannotconquer canno t tconquer
conquer them the The survivors will only onlywait onlywalt onl onlwait
wait for the next opportunity to come comeand comeand comeand
and come in Russia It must A thought thoughtful thoughtful ¬
ful writer said the other day Chil Children Children Children ¬
dren who are now alive will almost almostsurely t tI
surely see the republic of Russia RussiaThis RussiaThis RussiaThis I
This may be too hopeful a prophecy prophecybut prophecybut
but It Is not entirely without founda foundation foundation foundation
tion
1 1Fortunately
Fortunately for him the hierarch was wasnot wasnot wa S Snot
not in the th city at the time Otherwise Otherwiseour e eour
our morning contemporary might in insist insist
sist that the police should arrest him
0 0Just
Just about a week from tomorrow tomorrowperhaps tomorrowperhaps tomorro1perhaps r
perhaps earlier Mr Thompson will be begin begin
gin wishing he hadnt let them per persuade persuade
suade him to run run for mayor
I CI CIStil1
Still there are cities that have at atleast a aleast 4
least one policeman to every block or ortwo a r rtwo
two and yet murders and robberies oc occur occur
cur in them themWill themW11lthe
so soWill I
Will W11lthe the gentlemanly criminals kind kindly kindly 1 1ly
ly resolve r solve tomorrow never to do it Itagain ItagaIn
again againYoud agaInYoud
Youd better betterput put In a atewfhours few hours to today today tcday
day writing it 1906
PLAY TITLES ARE ODDITIES ODDITIESBY
BY FRANKLIN FYLES
New York Dec 29 29Five Five of the theight
eiN p eight ei ght new plays that came into intoNew
New N ew York on Christmas making makingthat
that t day the busiest of the playgoing playgoingrear
year y ear hadas had as odd titles as the most ec eccentric
ct c centric could wish forWhat do dOl you youthink
t think of Alice SitbytheFire Pan Pantaloon
taloon t The Gingerbread Man As AsYe
Ye Y e Sow Mary Mary Quite Qul e Contra Contrary
r ry y The first two were as odd as their theirnames
r names n nb ames When you note that they were wereby wereby
l by b y James M BarrIe the fact that they theywere
were w ere peculiar Is not In itself peculiar pecuUarThe
The T he English novelist more or less re recently
c cently c turned dramatist likes to be besurprising besurprisIng
cs
s surprising s and strange has the wit to
J accomplish a his purpose and above all allhas allhas allas
has h as made for himself a position that thatgives thatglyrs
g gives g ives managers confidence enough to toproduce
5 produce p oddities of his that they would wouldhes
ph
hes h es tate to take from any anyone one else Add Addto
to t o the Barrie vogue which is on its top topwave topave
wave w ave Just now the popular love of Bar Barrymore Barrymore Barymore
r rymore r and you will see that these thesetwo
rt
t two wo plays of the Christmas lot had al almost
r most m ost no chance to fall Three Barry Barrymores
mores m ores and two products of Barrie made madea
a heavily laden Christmas tree from fromSanta fromElsnta
Santa S anta Claus Frohman for the play playgoers
goers g oers of New York YorkAll
All of the BarrymoreBarrle vogue voguerolled
rolled r into one didnt make a nine nlnestrIke
strike s sort of hit for the short piece pie e of ofPantaloon1 ofthe
the t he two But the soso acceptance ot otPantaloon
Pantaloon was as soon forgotten in the theenthusiastic theenthusiastIc
enthusiastic e endorsement of the com completely completely ¬
pletely p ep successful Alice Sitbythe SitbytheFJre SitbytheFIre
FIre F ire In the first play Lionel Barry Barrymore Barrymore
more m ore undertook undertookto to do what Henry HenryIrving HenryIrving
Irving I Ie might have done and In the sec second second ¬
ond e nd Ethel Barrymore duplicated the thesuccess thesuccess
success s that Ellen Terry achieved in init Init
it i t In London And in both John of the thequite theBarrym
Barrym B arrymres res added to the general joy joyquite
quite q uite on his own account and In his hisindividual hisindvldual
qi
individual i way Pantaloon is one of ofLJJUOC otthose
those LJJUOC Barnesque xsarrieuque cone conceits tM is that umt Home Homefolk some somefolk
folk f like hugely and declare to be beabove beabove
above the heads of people who dont dontenthuse dontenthuse
enthuse e over them It showed Panta Pantaloon Pantaloon ¬
el
loon l oon of the pantomime laughless and andaging andaging
aging a the forgotten stage favorite in indire Indire
dire d ire distress Clown wooed his daugh daughter
ter t er Columbine she eloped with Harle Harlequin
tq
quin q uin In the second part of the piece piecePantaloon piecePantaloon
Pantaloon P Is more miserable still older olderand olderand
and a nd lonely for his hl daughter and quite quiteforgotten quIteforgotten
forgotten f by the fickle public of the theplay
play p lay But Columbine returns and with withher withher
ph
her h er a baby Pantaloon who the grand grandfather grandfather
father f Joyfully prophisizes will re revive revIve
vive v ive the glory of an ancient family familySome
Some people thought they saw In InArthuy inArthur InArthur
Arthur Wing Pineros farce of A Wife
Without a Smile a slap at Barrie Barriewhose Barriewhose
whose sudden fame In the drama has haswith
with some people seemed to have haveeClpsed
eclpsed e Pineros long established lead leadership leadership
ership e in British playmaking His en enemies
emies e said PInero was Jealous and andeven andeven
even e eo ven his friends could see In the farce farceof
of o f the smileless wife lines that might mightapply mightapply
apply to the Barrie form of play A Aspoke Aspoke
spoke s slightingly of the ability nec neeessary necessary
essary e to playbuilding and a newly newlypopular newlypopular
popular sort of drama was referred to toas
as one of those things with neither neitherbeginning neitherbeginning
beginning nor end If the Plnero Plneroftes
Ites i applauded that as an estimate of ofBarrie
Barrie the Barrleites were no less lesstickled
tickled t at accepting Alice Sitbythe SltbytheFire
Fire as a return dig at Pinero A Ayoung Ayoung
young mother of an almost grown growndaughter growndaughter growndaughter
daughter returns to England after a along along
long l ong absence to settle down and sit sitby sftby
by the fire for the rest of her days daysBut
But she finds her little girl so im Imptessed
pressed with the illicit love tangles of ofproblem ofproblem
problem dramas that she longs to live livea
a life long enough to seem to become becomecomplicated becomecOl1pUcated
complicated In about the sort of tri triangular tnangular ¬
angular love affair that are frequent in inthe inthe inthe
the plays of Pinero and thus gives givesdaughter I Idaughter
daughter a lesson All this told In the thekeen thekeen
keen and graceful if erratic wit of ofBarrle ofBarrIe ofBarrie
BarrIe delighted Its first audience in inNew
New York as completely as it had some somehundreds somehundreds
hundreds In London LondonEthel
Ethel Barrymore In a role written for forEllen torEllen
Ellen Terry who is more than twice as asold asold aSol
old ol as the American girl if still a long longway longwby longwby
way wby from three times was a novelty noveltythat noveltythat noveltythat
that tickled Broadway Would the thegirlish thegIrl1sh S
SV
girlish Ethel sacrifice her beauty beautyand beautyand beautyand V
and youth to look the part To be begin begin begn
gin with this Alices age was about abouthalf abouthalf
half way between youthful Ethels and andthe andthe andhe L
the t he older Ellens She was as 37 or so So Sono Sono
no painted wrinkles had to mar the theBarrymore theBarrymore theBarrymore
Barrymore face There appeared to be beJust bejust S
Just j ust a touch of gray in the hair which whichmay whichmay I Imay
may have been histrionic powder or oras oras
as likely a merely lighter In the place placeIn placen S
In i n the generally light brown of the theBarrymore theBarrymore S SBarryrnore
Barrymore tresses Our Ethel had hadpiled hadpIled L Lpiled
piled her hair up on the top of her herhead herhead hexhead
head which of course always ages a awomans awomans C
CI
womans appearance And in her ears earsshe earSshe earSshe I
she wore earrings Her gowns too toowere toowere
were of a slightly more matronly style stylethan stylethan stylEthan I
than our 25 years old star wears in inher inher L Lher
her own person But this Alice who whosat whosat whcsat
sat by the t e fire wasnt an old or un unsightly nnsightly Unsightly ¬
sightly woman we should hate our ourlovely ourlovely Outlovely
lovely Ethel for it if she tried to make makeherself mfkeherself I Iherself
herself such suchHenrietta suc sucHenrietta sucIHenrietta
Henrietta Crosman will have her hercuss hercuss hetCUSS
cuss word Without a doubt In her herhome herhome he
home life this brilliant comedienne is isthe Isthe h hthe I
the most mildmannered and unprofane unprofaneof
of women But she brought her first firstgreat firstgreat I Igreat
great success to a head at the close of ofthe otthe 01
the third act of Mistress Nell N el1 by 7
turning upon her antagonists and cry crying cryIng cryIng ¬
ing as she Jumped out of a window windowTo
To hell with all of you So she made madeher madeher madcher i
her new success doubly sure by inter interpolating Interpolating interpolating ¬
polating a damn in the climatic cliz atic scene sceneThis sceneThIs
This Mary Mary Quite Contrary Is Isnot Isnot is isnot S
not really a new play at all Miss MissCrosman MIssCrosman 3 3Crosman
Crosman has given up advertising it itaa itas I t tt
as such When she began her tour she sheannounced sheannounced sh shannounced t
announced It I believe as a new play playby playby r rby
by Eugene Presbrey Mr Presbrey Presbreyhas Presbreyhas r rhas
has written many and good ones but butthis butthis bit t tthis
this Mary comedy Is not his own ownThe ownThe
The damn and an automobile are about aboutall aboutall ownt t
all he has put into the familiar Sardou Sardoucomedy Sardoucomedy Sardoxcomedy 1
comedy of uA A Scrap of Paper And Andwith Andwith Andwith
with past record as incriminating evi evidence evidence ¬
dence the damn appears to be Miss MissCrosmans MIsCrosmans MIssCrosmans S
Crosmans So that reduces Mr Pres Presbreys Presbreys Prenbreys
breys contribution to the automobile automobileIt
It is only a reference to one at that thatwhere thatwhere thatwhere
where the old play used a horse Per Perhaps Perhaps ¬
Peri
haps if motors had been in vogue when whenSardou whenSardou whett i
Sardou wrote the piece even that thatwouldnt thatwouldnt tha thawouldnt t
wouldnt have been left for the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can chapter chapterMiss chapterMiss chapterMiss
Miss Crosman devoted herself to sev several several ¬
sevS
eral years ears In repertory stock companies companiesIn S
In Denver and other cities between the thetime thetime Ut Uttime e
time she was popular as merely one oneof oneot on B
of a company of farceurs and when she shereturned shereturned hi hireturned 0
returned triumphant as a star in Mis Mlstreoo Mistress ¬
Mise
tress Nell During that time she sheplayed sheplayed sh e
sha
played many famous roles rolesCyprlenne rolesCyprlenneIn Cyprienne CyprienneIn a
In Dlvorcons Nance Oldfield and this thisheroine thisheroine thi S
heroine of A Scrap of Paper Paperthat that are areassociated areasso an 0
associated asso iated with actresses of older fame fameBut fameBut famcBut anI I
But knowledge of her success in these theseparts theseparts thesparts
parts reached us So we are glad that thatMary thatMary tha that
Mary Mary Quite Contrary is not notas notas no noas t
as new as it sounds Rose Coghlan held heldthe heldthe heh d dthe
the honors as the greatest of our Su Suzannes Suzannes SuzanfleS
zannes a role she played with Lester LesterWallack LesterWallack Leste r rWallack
Wallack until Madge Robertson Ken Kendal Kendal Kendal
dal came from London to show us a aperformance anerformance
performance quite as good with the thename thename th thit 0
name of the spinster changed to Susan SusanHartley SusanHartley it
Hartley Jane Hading of Paris brought broughtSusan bro gbt gbtSusan t
Susan back to Suzanne again and since ainceactresses sinceactresses nine 0
actresses of as many nationalities as astalents a atalents S
talents have played the character here hereBut
But Miss Crosmans acting of the rple rplestands rpl e
stands s ands well up with the best of them 1
E Her H er Mary who declares herself a a man manhating manhating
h hating old maid sets out to t rescue a anewmarried anewmarried
n newmarried ne womans old love letter letterfrom
fj from fr om a globe trotting bachelor and In inthe
tl the th e doing of it learns to love him her berselt
s self se < lf acts with Just that infectuous Infectuouscombination
c combination Co < of sprightly sprlg tly dash and indl indIcated
ci cated ca teci womanly depth that has made madeEllen
E Ellen llen Terry world famous And Miss MissTerry
i Terry erry herself could not do more than thanMiss
Miss M iss Crosman to illumine the vivacity vivacityand vIvacItyand
a and nd Joy of this role It is a delightful deUgbtfulcomedy
c comedy co medy if still slow at the start and andit
if Miss Crosman prefers to call Suzanne SuzanneMary
Mary M ary Instead of Susan we dont care careany
a any ny more than that she choose to call callA
A Scrap of Paper Mary Mary Quite QuiteContrary
Contrary C The public gain Is much muchIn
j In pleasure in seeing Miss Crosmans Cro man manperformance
p performance of the role under any old oldname
n name she likes UkasSanta
Santa Claus drove his sleigh right rightout rIghtout
o out ut onto the stage and into the middle middleof
0 of one of the new Christmas night nightplays nightplays
p plays pl ays That wasnt a seasonable In Interpolatlon interpolation Inrpolation
terpolatlon te either If The Ginger Gingerbread
bread b read Man is running on 01 o the Fourth Fourthof
o of f July Santa will drive right Into the themiddle themiddle
n nQ middle m ms iddle of the perspiring plot Just the thesame thesame theame
Q same s if such a definite place as a amiddle nmiddle aiddle
r middle m iddle can be found in so indefinite a aplace aplace alace
B place p lace as an extravaganza plot The Thescene Thescene Thecene
scene s into which Santa Claus drove droveJingllngly drovejingUngly drovenghingly
Jingllngly ji was where the toys ar1 ar1sweets
sweets s and gingerbread men are made madefor
for f or good little boys and girls and it itappears itappears
appears a to be way W y way up in the theskies theskies
skies s above snowtopped mountains mountainsand
and a nd the steepled chimes of churches churchesand churchesand
and a nd the snug little warm little homes homesof
of o f sleeping children on Christmas eve eveSanta eveSanta
Santa S was the usual round fat Jolly Jollylittle jollyl1ttle
little li ttle man with a great sack of toys toysand toysand
and a nd Christmas trees on the back of his hissleigh hissleIgh
sleigh s and twentyfour reindeer draw drawIng
ing i ng it They must have been cold coldreindeer coldreIndeer
reindeer r because they didnt have any anymore anymore
more m ore clothes on than the law demands demandsThat demandsThat
That T hat may not strike you at first as asodd asodd
odd o dd for reindeer even In the midst of ofsuch
such s snowiness but you see these thesejinglebeU
J Jinglebell ji animals were twentyfour twentyfourlittle
little li ttle maids Fortyeight legs in thin thinsilky thInsilky thinilky
silky s white tights twinkled and frisked friskedunder lrIskedunder friskednder
under u them and fortyeight bare arms armsfiItted
flitted fl in fairy gestures It was a amighty amIghty
i mighty m ighty gay and pretty sleigh that old oldSanta
Santa S anta had exchanged for his oldtime oldtimesedate oldtimesedate
sedate s one about as much of an 1m 1mprovement Improvement Irarovement
provement p as the giddy automobile automobileover
over o < ver the lumbering coach of yesterday yesterdaysurely
surely faster If not necessarily necessarilyquicker necessarilyquicker
quicker quickerSanta q <
Santa Claus was not alone in this thisfrisky thisfrisky
1 frisky f sleigh of his By his side rode rodethe rodethe rodehe
1 the t he Fairy Queen It seems that old oldSanta oldSanta
Santa S had some years before married marriedhis marriedhIs
1 his h is coworker In Joydispensing In Indeed Indeed Ineed ¬
deed d < eed behind their sleigh ran their two twolittle twolittle
1 little li ttle boys about the cussedest mischief mischiefmakers mischiefmakers
i makers m akers outside of a comic supplement supplementjhey supplementhey
jhey hey and their mother were much con concerned concerned ¬
cerned c < in the plot which ambled ambledthrough ambledthrdugh ambledhrough
1 through t this agreeable maze of song songand songand
i and a nd dance And if the boys created createdonly createdonly
only o < nly a little fun their mother more morethan morethan
1 than t made up with a great deal You Yousee Yousee
i see s ee this Fairy Queen had held her Job Joba Joblong
i a long time and the strain of continual continualgoodness continualgoodness continualoodness
j goodness g had told on her beauty If Ifyou Ifyou IIou
you y ou have ever seen Ross Snow in fe female female ¬
male attire you may know Just how howlittle howUtUe howittle
little l beauty this good queen had left leftShe leftShe lefthe
She S he wore the conventional ballet skirt skirtand skirtand skirtnd
i and a nd tight lowcut bodice of Black BlackCrook BlackCrook Blachrook
i Crook C rook and earlier days Her hair was wasdressed WaBdressed warressed
dressed d In the modern pompadour style stylewhich stylewhlch stylewhich
which alas exposed the fact that its itsblondness itsblondness itslondnens
blondness b was not of natures Where Wherethe Wherethe Whercthe
the hair was pushed up in the back backand backand backand
and In the front floppy part of the thewave thewave thcwave
wave brown dark almost to blackness blacknessshowed blacknessshowed blacknesshowed
showed s shading suspiciously into the thegold thegold th thgold
gold on top Hardly more artful had hadthe hadthe ha hahe
the t he Queen been in making up her face facewhich facewhich facewhIch
which had two rosy red spots and was wasfor wasfor wasor
for f or the rest chalky white But she shehad shehad shshad
had her diamond earrings this one oneof oneof onef
of o f the drop sort of 1888 1888All 1888An 1888All
All that Is one side of the spangly spanglypretty spanglpretty r rpretty
pretty and roughandtumblingly fun funny funny funny ¬
ny extravaganza that a Massachusetts Massachusettsmillionaire Massachusettsmillionaire IassachusettsmllUonalre
millionaire spent enough money on to tomake tomake t tmake
make a handsome sight The other otherside otherside otheide
side s ide is that its young author died while whilewriting whilewriting E
writing it Perhaps that is why wh the thelast thelast thiast
last l quarter of the play fell to pieces piecesso pieceso
so badly that the audience left the thetheatre thetheatre th
theatre t not so positive about the plays playssuccess playssuccess play playsuccess S
success as It had been in the Inter Intermission Intermission intermission ¬
mission between itstwo Its two acts Yet It Itwas Itwas i iwas
was near the end that something that thatmakes thatmakes thamakes
makes firstnighters sit up and take takenotice takenotice tab tabnotice
notice occurred Frankie Bailey BaileyBroadway BalleyBroadway BaileyBroadway
Broadway perpetual Joke Perhaps you youdont youdont yoidont
dont know Frankie Bailey There is isno Isno I Ino
no especial reason why you should shouldShe shouldShe shouldShe
She was a a twofeetaheadofthecho twofeetaheadofthechorus
rus girl at Weber Fields for years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and was at first noticeable only for forher forher fo foher
her shapely figure which she never neverhesitated neverhesitated nevehesitated
hesitated to exhibit in tights Then ThenPete ThenPete ThesPete
Pete Dailey took her up as a Joke JokeQuite jokeQuite JokeQuite
Quite half of his Impromptus Impromptuspre Impromptusprearranged impromptusprearranged pre prearranged ¬
arranged or otherwise otherwiseturned turned Frankie FrankieInto FrankieInto Frankiinto
Into ridicule But she was Invariably Invariablygood invarIablYgood invariablgood
good natured about it and gave audi audiences audiences audiences ¬
ences a feeling of laughing with her herabout herabout he hea
about herself instead of at her Then Thenthe Thenthe Theathe a
the Joke of letting the statuesque Miss MissBailey MIssBailey MisBailey
Bailey speak a few lines occurred and anddelighted anddeUghted an andelighted
delighted the guying public so that thatthe thatthe tha thathe
the Frankie Bailey tease became part partof partof par parof
of a Weberfields good time There Therewasnt Therewasnt Thorwasnt
wasnt anything so very funny about it itbut Itbut ii iibut
but New York enjoyed It and it be became became became ¬
came a tradition And on Christmas Christmasnight Christmasnight Cltristmanight
night when the snugly uniformed Bai Bailey Bailey ¬
ley emerged emerg d to say Look the soldiers soldiersare soldiersare soldIerare 8
are coming II the spectators greeted greetedher greetedher greeteher
her with applause that might have sat satisfied satIsfied satisfied ¬
isfied Sembrich herself herselfA
A clergymans picture occupied the thesame thesame th thsame
same place in a frame of photographs photographsadvertising photographsadvertIsing photographadvertising
advertising As Ye Sow as Frankie FrankieBaileys FrankIeBaileys FrankiBaIleys
Baileys in the similar illustrations of ofThe otThe c cThe
The Gingerbread Man The Rev RevJohn RevJohn RelJohn
John Snyder had written straight at atthe atthe s sthe
the popular understanding of noble noblesentiment noblesentiment nob nobsentiment
sentiment and domestic love and pur purity purity putIty ¬
ity The scene he took to depict was wasCape wasCape wa waCape
Cape Cod and his people the usual usualrural usualrural usus ususrural
rural types He did it well enough to toamuse toamuse I Iamuse
amuse his audience without surprise surpriseuntil surpriseuntll surpnisuntil
until the third act Then like Frankie FrankieBailey FrankieBailey FrankiBailey
Bailey with her Amazon march the theRev theRev tF tFRev
Rev Mr Snyder made folks sit up upand upand ii iiand
and take notice The tearful heroine heroinewhose heroinewhose heroinwhose
whose luckless tale had been re rehearsed rehearsed rchearsed ¬
hearsed during two acts for the sole solepurpose solepurpose aol aolpurpose
purpose of wringing forth mild and andmellow andmellow an anmellow
mellow tears put in a violent bid for forthrills torthr1l1s fc
thrills She had been deserted years yearsbefore yearsbelore yeai yeaibefore s
before by a cruel husband The hero heroof heroof hex hexof
of the drama who was Just as noble nobleas nobleas nob
as his name namethat that being nothing less lesseuphoneous les9euphoneous les leseuphoneous s
euphoneous that John St John with withRev a aRev nRev
Rev before and D D after afterhnd afterhndbegged afterhnbegged hnd hndbegged
begged her to marry him But though thoughlong thoughlong thouglong
long lost was her husband necessarily necessarilydead necessarilydead necessarildead
dead She pondered upOn up n that a long longtime longtime ion iontIme
time
Happy Is 1f the bri4g brl > > tha1giKthek thatheishines sun sunshines n nshines
shines on and there never was more moreshiny moreshiny mo r
shiny sunshine than shone on Cape CapeCod CapeCod Cal Calxc
Cod when the third act curtain rose roseon roseon ro roon xc
on John St John and Dora Lelands Lelandswedding Lelandswedding Lelandwedding
wedding day But you cant trust trustweather trustweather txu txuweather
weather conditions on the stage Why Whyat Whyat WIt WItat
at that very time up in the Ginger Gingerbread Gingerbread Gingebread j ¬
bread Man part of Fortysecond Fortysecondstreet FortYsecondstreet Fortysecorstreet
street all light went out on the clear clearest clearest r rest ¬
est sunniest day you ever saw and andnew a anew anew l
new moon moved right across the theslcy sky sk y
Helen Bertram was singing very verypret veryprettlly pret prettily pre t ttily ¬
tily a song about the moon that was w s
prettier still and prettiest of all was wasthe wasthe waSthe
the brightly lighted crescent on which whichreclined whichrecUned whichreclined
reclined the gauziest of lovely maids maidsBut maIdsBut maidsBut
But that was Frankie Baileys show showas showas
as per the audiences applause and not notat notat nott
at a t all like the Rev John Snyders But ButCape ButCape Butape
Cape C ape Cod weather conditions were cer certainly certainly cerinty ¬
tainly ta inty changeful The sky was clear clearas clearas clears
a as s a bride could hope for when the thewedding thewedding theedding
v wedding w party entered the little littlechurch littlechurch littlehurch
c church on the shore But while the thevillage thev11lage theillage
village v v choir was singing the marriage marriagemusic marriagemusic marriageusic
r music m usic from Lohengrin a storm stormcame stormc stormame
c came me up It rained and real water watertoo watertoo wateroo
t too oo Playgoers will talk a lot about aboutthat aboutthat aboutat
t that th at rainstorm And then a ship was wasdashed wasdashed wasashed
dashed d against the rocks The Rev RevJohn Re ReJohn Revohn
j John J ohn St John ran out from the mar marriage marriage marage ¬
r riage ni age right into the sea Nobly h hrescued h1 h1rescued heescued
r rescued a drowning man And lo and andbehold andbehold andehold
t behold b that man was none other than thanthe thanthe thanhe
t the he longlost husband of his bride brideand brideandis and
Y his h is own brother into the bargain What Whato
c do c1 o you think of that for a thrilling thrillingclimax
c climax c And when I tell you that in inthe Inthe
t the he last act the wicked brotherhus brotherhusband brothprhusband brotherhusand ¬
bS t band b and goes away to Cuba to fight the thepaniards
Spaniards S and gets himself convenient conveniently ¬
ly l y killed and that all thegood the good people peopleare
are a re happy forever after I am sure you youcan youcan youan
can c an see why a lot of audiences will like
AsYe As Ye Sow as well as New Yorks Yorksfirst Yorksfirst Yorksrst
j first fi rst one did even though they havent
Christmas C < cheer all about them and
Christmas C dinners Inside InsideEVENTS InsIdeEVENTS insideEVENTS
EVENTS OF THE WEEK WEEKSunday WEEKSundaYOne WEEKSundaycYre
Sunday SundaYOne One hundredth anniversary of
t the t he birth of Joseph Smith founder of the
3 Mormon M ormon church New York clubman at
Los L LS os Angeles and six firemen injured
Street S treet car accident at Los Angeles forty fort
persons p injured
Monday MondaYRussian Russian revolutionists mowed
down d own by machine guns at Moscow
Wreck on the Denver Rio Grande near
Duranero Duran D Do urango o Colo Christmas observed all
over o < ver the world District Attorney Bax ¬
ter t er of Nebraska summarily removed by
order o of President Roosevelt Three ThreeVrjrinia
i masted m schooner sunk off the coastot coast of
Vrjrinia VrjriniaTuesday V rgfnia
Tuesday Tue TuesdayGeneral daYGeneral General Indignation over overIn In ¬
terference t of President Roosevelt in New
York Y ork politics Another revolution in
Santo S anto Domingo Roosevelts collectors of
customs c < being beln left without official stand
ir j Ing i ng owing to the flight of President Mo ¬
i ales r Failure of San Francisco broker
New N ew electoral law of Russian promul
gated gatedWednesdayFailure gatedWednesdaYFa1Jure g ated atedWedneedaypajr ¬
WednesdayFailure of three banks at atvacti
emphis Tenn Statement of Andrew
j Hamilton H amilton lobbyist read
vacti v Hv i iIobbyjst by Insurance in
vestlgratngr committee Mormon apostles
a at a t Kirkland 0 Sarah Bernhardts com ¬
plaint p against the socalled theatrical theatricali
trust t i Government weather station
wrecked l i ked
by lightning lf htnlng
Thursday ThursdayMore More interesting testimony
i given g iven before the insurance inv Investigating HpnHnp HpnHnpfi
committee c
Women plan a coup at the
j phychologlcal p moment In the hearing of
the t he oiS0 Smoot ° ° case Meeting
fi tf ikcasxeu ikcasxeuMettoR of railway of
ficials f with
J iwlth th the interstate commerce coommerce
commission c i to discuss plans for
ct thil the t he giving lvliuv0 or rebates to shippers stopping
Friday FrfdayIndlctmt Indictments > nts returned
against Inst
ft the t he BKIh Burlington St < m railroad and two officials officialsmLiS8
for f mLiS8 r giving rebates Seattle theatrical
man held up by a bold and clever rascal rascaln
Russian R Ru ussian revolution on Its last legs Fan
ure u re of Boston ptock stock brokerage firm
Mc
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appoints exarmy officer police
commissioner c of New York Case of Mid
shipman s Coffin given ven to the court courtatingr
SaturdayCloslng session of
the leg
Islative i i ii committee Investigating atingr the great greatdent
Insurance nsurance scandal in New York Presi
dent d ent
Roosevelt writes letter of condol
ence e nce to prizefighter who suffered de
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No department of the mechanical arts in Salt Lake City has a more moreextensive moreextensIve moreextensive
extensive or higher state of development than that of the printer The Therapid Therapid Therapid
rapid growth of the city and Its commerce furnish one reason for the thelarge thelarge thelarge
large amount of printing in this city while great credit is due the mem members members members ¬
bers of the craft for their exceeding enterprise in securing work workthroughout workthroughout workthroughout
throughout the surrounding country One of the most noteworthy com companies companies cornpanics ¬
panies established here is that of the Century Printing company at No
167 South West Temple street Their office and plant Is finely equipped equippedincluding equippedincluding equippedincluding
including the newest and most artistic faces of types and borders and andout andthe andthe
the latest Improved Dresses and every other facilIty necessary to turn turnout turnout
out the highest class of work The Century Is the only modern and up uptodate uptodate uptodate
todate printing establishment in the State The company has shown Its Itsfaith Itsfaith itsfaith
faith In the coming comin Greater Salt Lake by ordering new presses new type typeand typeand typeand
and e enlarging its place of business to meet the coming heavy demand demandfor demandfor demandfor
for highclass printing The management if the company are practical practicaland practicaland practicaland
and experienced printers and live up to the motto of the company companygood companygoodworkqulck companygoodworkquick good goodwork
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