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2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909
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Corianton at Colonial
i I big audiences that have greeted
nanton at the Colonial the past
v i ek coupled with the fact that bun
Oreds of Salt Lake people have asked
fit they b 1 given an opportunity of see
ig the famous Mormon play have in
1 ic j d the management to extend the en
gs ment for another week During the
st three days hundreds of requests were
IMV that the play might be given for
her wed I twas ascertained that
house Iniild be secured and after
i wires hud been l > kept hot for two days
unvngements w re made whereby Mr
Sn son Miss Kendall Mr Moore Miss
Ur and other members of the cast who
iv U lure from the east and west could
r main over for another week
the thousands of visitors who saw the
ii during the last week were unani
ritous 1 in their opinion that Corianton is
< greatest lisious drama ever pre
> nted The theme of the play as in
s rpn red by a splendid company the
c i nIT the Iustumes the ballet and the
I MIUS have heen highly praised At the
i iitl matinee given Friday to the old
= Idlers more than 1f l WO veterans gathered
in the theatre and for nearly three
tirs watched with interest the unfold
s glut of rile i < lay As they filed from
ti theatre Ihy had nothing but com
pliments for the play the company and
rrythlng connected with the perform II I I
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While It is admitted that a splendid pcr l
1 rnanoe was given on the opening night
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a vvk ago it wis nothing as compared
v ui the work that every member of the
i nipany has been doing since that time
iie lough edges and the nervousness
f hewn eliminated and a better per
i iuarce could not e expected than those
iiih L the omi > any have been giving I
Th coming week is expected to see
genter business than during the first
k Already tin sale is such that th
f use is practically sold out for most of
tie week Matins will be given on
t and Saturday and there is lit
ii question but That the week will he one
1 the greatest from the box office stand
point in the history of the house
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The New Magdalen
The Xe n Magdalen patrons of I
i Bungalow tluaire next week will
ltf an oppMrtintN of seeing one of the i
i < st remarkati e lays of the year While t
rit altogethr a problem play it
mains zanily home thrusts at society
jc much food for wholesome thought
in i t Miss Aiinit Cleveland will have one
0 the best vehicles in which she has
r l appeared before u Salt Lake audi
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flIt tory of 1 the play contains all the
ciitnts which make for success Mercy
Miriek th heroine is a Red Cross
ir e She iis I iiivvlously i served a term
ri tin house uf ll rrecUon and at the
Iuing of the ilay is seen giving aid
ali succor to the wounded In the Fran
irernian war A young girl named
liiace 1 Roseherry is thrown in her way
almost at the outset her new found
I jnl i is wounded by a bursting shell
ji 1 is I later i mnunced dead by a French
v yieiaii tle 1 diary of Grace Roseberry
iriigs out the fact that slip is on her
vyi from Cairila to England to Join
f ie ids whom she has never seen and
vho have iiBNr seen her On the spur
ii tin mom f tie Red Cross nurse dons
I clothes ad assumes the personality
1 dead giri Slie goes on to Eng
lerit 1 as irsie KMseberry and is received
lr tie char > ter she is impersonating
ssu i t Is escornii to England by Horace
lirnrroft a w > paper correspondent
vile later turns out to be a friend of
ih family MI h is going to Matters pro
s i5 snijotl however until the arrival
of M l real irac who is found by a
i iiin surgeon and by him n returned to
iiiUh and strength In the meantime
MT us Graen Roseberry has fallen in
with a > oiiit lergynifcn unneil lu
i 1 I liray init they have not ainounccd
I it lute lie ally of 11 semidlpgnlent
voiing girl has allowed herself to
dv it UM with Horace Holmcrofi
I JIH the arrival of the real Grace an
MiiMrtunity for splendid work id given to
Vlis Cleveland In spite of the story
1 i i liy the real Grace shr in outfaced
nl through the word of the Impostors
s h self made out to be hi the wrong
1 tv driven by l remorse tlw nurse conr
rsss her part in the matter from start
finish but her friends turn from her
In 1 nlathing
only the young minister remains falth
Realizing th girls real nobility of
t hara ter and the temptations to which
sfi < bad been t xo seJ he again offers her
xiie i succor I a great love and the cur
b j I falls upon a happy ending replete
vitli strength
Aivangenxnts care hen made whereby
1 e Huiigalcw during the summer months
< r of the coolest theatres in the city
far which its audiences are not slow
i appreciate
Will End Summer Engagement
T Willard Mack and Blanche Douglas
Livers will terminate their summer en
l went or Sunday night Aug 15 with
Viiliam Gillettes great civil war drama
t ± eli by the Enemy Mr Mack and
his costar Miss Blanche Douglas are
iraing the most popular stock stars who
rvei played in this city Mr Mack is
i n tally at home as stage director or as
accomplished actor His productions
a i this city since last December have vied I
viih j t great road productions of the same
the most notable might
TI is 1 1 Among
mentioned David Belascos The Girl I
the Golden West The Rose of the
Raucho The Heir te the Hoorah
and Strongheart Arrangements are
ruder way for a permanent home for
ta Si popular players and announcements
ttiil be made in due time as to the win
r plans The advance sale for tonight
Indicates a packed house I
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Cameo Kirby
rrhups no ptrior in our history offers
H more picturesque strong fora play
= han tin earl < 0 a anl I prliiips no place
was riore ftiiuint and attractive It that
time than tie neitiborii i I I lit I K w Or
1 ii This t I t via that
Jhjmh TarklDgiw + rat Uor leon Wil
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oniiJ Kirby in i Which Dustin Far
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PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK
f SALT LAKE THEATREDnstin +
f Farnum in Cameo Kirby Thurs +
+ day Friday and Saturday nights and +
f Saturday matinee f
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f ORPHEUM Vaudeville all the f
+ week beginning with matinees dally +
t except Sunday +
+ COLONIAL Corianton all week +
+ beginning tonight with matinees +
f Wednesday and Saturday 4
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+ BVNGALOW Miss Anna Cleve +
+ land in The New Magdalen all f
f I the week beginning tonight with +
+ matinees Wednesday and Saturday +
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+ GRAND Willard Mack and f
f Blanche Douglas players close Sun +
+ day night In Held by the Enemy 4
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his season at the Salt Lake theatre next
Thursday beginning an engagement cov
ering three nights and a matinee
Beautiful as the setting is said to be it
Kill not outshine the brilliance encased
herein for from all accounts the authors
hors of The Man From Home have
supplied Mr Farnum with a play that Is
capable of standing on its own merits A
eature of the play as a literary product
ion Is the manner in which the element
of suspense has been sustained through
out the course of the lively action
Cameo Kirby full as It Is of strong
Situations and thrilling Incidents Is some
thing more than a drama of exciting adventure
venture in picturesque garb for as the
eminence of its authors would lead one to
xpect there are ideas and problems sug
gested that are worthy of more than a
passing thought from the intelligent the
itregoer It is a comedy of th f old south
a pretty fabric of incident and picture in
which is spun a romantic tale of the kind
the average playgoer likes best Monu
mental courage hairbreadth escapes
love that is faithful unto death friend
ship that remains firm under every test
reward for honor and sacrifice retribu
tive Justice for villainy these are the
things woven into the story
The scenes of the play are laid at Mme
When Kirby is finally cornered in the
house Tom Randalls sister Adelo not
knowing who the Intruder is protects
him from the mob and Introduces him as
Colonel Moreau She aids him to escape
by riding with him to the old plantation
to which the Randall children are return
ing to stay All save two of the friends
of the Randalls take Adeles word for It
t at Kirby is Moreau but these two
know he is not On the other hand
Kirby does not know the girl Is a Ran
dall and he does not find it out until he
has fallen in love with her and she with
him Kirbys partner Larkin Bunce
overhearing a conversation between Ana
tele Veaudry and Miss Randalls cousin
Aaron Randall pleads with him to escape
while he can but he refuses to consider
his safety and stays
Finally the Randalls learn that Kirby
has killed Moreau and then they know
the stranger within their gates Is Kirby
The happenings following this discovery
are dramatic in the extreme
For several years Dustin Farnum has
been known as a cleancut handsome
actor deep toned and skilful In the Ut
terance of sentiment But in Cameo
Kirby he is far more than this In It
he celebrates his real arrival There is
feeling point and force in his acting He
has changed more than his clothes in
traveling from the stage west to the stage
south The play is staged by Hugh Ford
and the production Is under the nianaga
ment of Liebler Co
Girls Will Play Here
Girls the Clyde Fitch comedy that
created more laughs during its long run
at Dalys theatre New York than any
similar play In years and which was pro
duced by Sam S and Lee Shubert and
now on tour under their management Will
be seen at the Grand Aug 23M
The mere announcement that this fa
mous success will be seen here should
arouse the greatest interest amon all
lovers of what is good in the dramatic
world and the few cities to be visited
by the Shubert company may feel fa
vored Girls comes here with all the
beautiful scenery that marked Its long
run in New York
The play deals with three bachelor girls
who have taken a solemn oath never to
associate with men One is a confirmed
nan hater who convinces her compan
ions that her theories are right but not
without some effort The girls are out
of work and occupy one room which they
name their studio The first act shows
this rooom and the girls about to retire
for the night One occupies a folding
bed one a divan and the other a Morris
chair converted Into a bed There Is
Just enough realism to make it convinc
ing Visions of pink toes peeping out
from under the coverlet of the Morris
chair bed until their owner calls to her
companion to tuck her In Is but one
of the delightful little bits of realism In
this charming play
Girls is a comedy of such freshness
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Dustin Farnum In Cameo Kirby at the Salt Lake Theatre beginning
Thursday night
Davesacs house In New Orleans and the
Randall plantation The Randall children
are living with Mme Davezac long a
friend of the Randall family The chil
drens father a planter had killed him
self a year before after losing his planta
tion to a Mississippi river gambler Eu
gene Kirby nicknamed Cameo because
of his fancy for the jewel of that name
The play opens at a moment of excite
ment in the Duvezac home Word has
come that Kirby reported by a Colonel
Moreau to have been killed after the
planters suicide is living and has re
turned to New Orleans Tom Randall
the son of the planter pronounces the
sentence of death on the gambler and Is
ready to rush ont and find him when
Moreau demands the right to put Kirby
out of the way Kirbys partner Larkin
Bunce sends Moreau to Kirby who
leaves Moreau dead after a duel Friends
of the Randalls then take up the case and
begin a search for Kirby who quite by
accident takes refuge In Mme Davezacs
house There he comes upon the young
est of the Randall children a boy called
General a reader of fairy tales who
Is i in the middle of one when Kirby leaps
Into the room The gambler is taken by
the child for the prince of the story
and charm that It will never wear out
Put three attractive young women to
gether in circumscribed studio quarters
let them be struggling for Independence
and outspoken in defiance of man and
there Is at once aroused an Interest an
a sharpening of the dramatic appetite
This Is the first thing which Mr Fitch
has done in Girls and he has then
followed the only course possible by
making them all fall in love with three
desirable menfor how could it end other
wise In the sketching of characters
creating incident and developing his story
the author is at his best AU the airy
lightness of touch so essential to de
licious comedy is there and the whole
play contains in addition so much that
appeals to the heart that success Is es
sential
At the Orpheum
Laddie Cliff with his humor his odd
dancing and his bright songs will be the
headline act at the Orpheum theatre In
the new bill which opens tonight He Is
a miniature Harry Lauder done into Eng
lishthe English of the cockney of Lon
don He sings the typical songs does ec
centric dancing and he is so droll in his
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odd makeup that he is a scream from his
first entrance Although only 17 he has I
already made a world success
Two big girl acts are also on the bill I
The Eight Original Madcaps In their
highly acrobatic dances have flourished
at Wallacks as the feature in A Knight
for a Day and the present tour Is be
tween seasons leading to an early return
to Broadway The act Is the original of
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all madcap ballets The eight girls are
the epitome of grace and agility and their
acrobatic dances are whirlwinds of toss
ing skirts flipping legs and twirling toes
Max Witts Singing Colleens are
beauties of the Emerald Isle They are
making their first American tour and
there are four of them all singers of
ability
Frank Moatyn Kelly assisted by Albert
Green is presenting an original sketch
Tom and Jerry It tells the story of
two college boys roommates who are hi
love with the same girl unknown to each
other
George W Cooper and William Robin
son are two colored comedians who rank
with Williams and Walker and Johnson
and Cole
A petite comedienne is Grace Armond t
whose specialty The Foolish Liz of
Vaudeville is laughable She appears
first in a gorgeous street dress and then
changes to a Sis Hopkins costume
Albert Press who is one of Mr Welbas
soloists will be heard in some solos on
the cello
Some of the latest motion pictures will
be shown and Willard SVelhe will have
as usual a grand musical program
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THEATRE
Week Commencing Tonight
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Matinee Daily except Sunday 215
Every Evening 815
First American Tour Outside New
York City of
LADDIE CLIFF
Englands Greatest Boy Comedian and
Grotesque Dancer
The Famous
ORIGINAL MADCAPS
Direct From Wallacks Theatre
New York
MAX WITTS SINGING QOL I
LEENS I
In Songs of the Old and New World
PRANK MOSTYN KELLY
Assisted by Albert Green in the Hi
larious StUnt Tom and Jerry
George W COOPER and
ROBINSON William
In A Friend of Mine
GRACE ARMOND
Character Comedienne The Foolish
Liz of Vaudeville
BERT PRESS
Cello Soloist
ORPHEUM MOTION PICTURES I
LATEST NOVELTIES
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA
Matinee prltes lV 25 < Soc i
Evening prices 25c SOc 75c
Saltair Menu
Today Aug 15 f
Restaurant Leviathan
MoClallaas Symphony Orchestra
Concert in Pavilion 410 to 530
In Restaurant 600 to 915
Canape Kamtschatka 40c
Ron d Oeuvres Maritime too
Fresh Lobster Cocktail Kc
French Sardine Cocktail Me
Grape Fruit Cocktail 40o
Crab Cocktail tOe
Consomme with Rice 20c
Puree a la Reine 20c
tomato Bouillon JOe Clam Juice 20c >
Okra Passe 20c
Cold Consomme 20c
Young Onions lc Radishes l < >
New Dill Pickles lOc Ripe Olives UK
Green Olives 20c Salted Almonds S
Table Celery 25c
FISH READY
Baked Salmon Magenta 40c
Boiled Barracuda a la Espagnole 41 > o
Filet de Sole a la Marguerite ice
TO ORDER
Utah Mountain Trout a la Meuniere Tic
Black Bass Planked Saltair 75c lou
Halibut Steak Maitre dHotel 40c
Sardines Ditble Marechal 40c
ENTREES
baall Steak with Stuffed Tomatoes 60c
Wiener Schnltsel Saltair hOc
Chicken Croquettes Cream Sauce 0Dc
Patties of Shrimp Vera Cms 60c
Imported Frankfurters Bavarian
Cabbage 40c
Bwigarlan Goulash with Noodles tOe
Veal Kidney Saute Sauce Madevre SOo
Sweetbreads Montebello OOc
Tripe Saute a a Coeole 40c
Broiled Squab with Bacon lOt
Cold Beef a la Mode Fallieres 40c
Half Chicken Maryland The
Chicken en Casserole Paysanne 1M
orange Fritters au Curacad 30c
Macaroni au Gratin the
ROASTS
Ribs of Prime Beef Me
Spring Lamb Mint Sauce Me
Young Val with Dressing Wo
VEGETABLES
Baked Potatoes tOe
French or German Fried lOe
Au Gratin Sc Julienne 3te
Cottage Fried 20c
Saratoga lie OBrien 26c <
Anna 35c Souffle we
New Peas 20c New String Beans 2uo
New Beet 20c
Summer Squash 30c Corn on Cob 2 = c
French Peas Sc
Harrlcota Verts 36c Flageolettes
Macedoino 35c Bottom of Artichokes 4c
Imported Asparagus We
Utah Asparagus lie
Cepee a la 8ALAD8 Bordelalfe UO
Lettuce foe Tomato So Celery 2c
Watercress 26c Chlckasi 35c
Remain lie Combination 36c
Asparagus Tip 35c OrapTprult 4t1C
Fruit 410c
DESSERTS
Apple Pie lOc Pumpkin Pie lOc
Fresh Gooseberry Pie He
Rhubarb Pie Me Peach Shortcake 350
Sherbet au Rum 20c Au Xtrsch yr
Au Maraschino 20c
Ice Cream Vanilla lie
Coffee lie Chocolate lie
Raspberries with Yearn ale
Blackberries with > eam 20c
Peaches with Cream ale Pears ok
Cherries 3Dc Plums 20o
Grapes JOe Apples tbc Bananas 3Xj
Bananas
Cantaloupe J6c a la Mode 40c
Watermelon 30c
Cream Cheese with Bor le Doc Sr K c
Cammembert JSc Edam 2V
Roquefort 26c
Cottage Cheese SOc
COLON IAL
By Popular DemandTriumphant
Repetition of
CORIAJO
Week of August 15
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PRODUCTION
Matinees Wed and Sat Evening
prices 1 75c 50e 25c Mats 50c
and 25c
Grand Theatre
FINAL NIGHT
TONIGHT
Frank M Eldredga presents
WILLARD MACK AND
BLANCHE DOUGLAS
And Players in
HELD BY THE ENEMY
Popular prices 25c Sic 75c
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TONIGHT
Spofford and Punwortli present
MISS ANNA CLEVELAND
and associate players in Wm L
Roberts picturesque colonial play
AT VALLEY FORGE
PRICES 75r 50o 35c 26 < x Matinee
Wed and Sat 50c 25c
Next WeekTHE NEW MAGDALEN
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Free report as to Patentability Guide
Book New list Inventions Wanted 10S
Mechanical Mov mpnts sent free Pati
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EVANS WILKENS CO
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SALT lAKE THEATRE MANAGER
Thursday Friday and Saturday Aug 19 2021
WITH SATURDAY MATINEE
MR DUSTIN FARNUM
In his srtntillant now play of success
CAMEO KIRBY
By Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson authors of The Man From
Home a love romance of adventure on the Mississippi and In the daring
days of the old New Orleans of 1835
The Players DUSTIN FAR NllI UcKee Rankin Gordon Johnstone Wil
liam H Carter Burr Coruth John Harrington William Frederic Donald Gal
laher C R Webster May Buckley Nora Shelby Maud Hosford Ruth
Lloyd Jane Kendrick Gladys Williams l
Liebler Co Managers
Prices 50c to 2 Matinee 25c to 150
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