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" IicT oweetness and devotional
I a T? S Wrlcally expressive of the
I fee & and intent of the songs, al
I gff dKlng so widely In senti-
1 "ms Masters lias a most engaging
II JJe presence, while her unconscious
afeful"033 of manner makes such a
H gr i framing to her voice as to
There will be a continuation of the
Shakespearean revival next week,
B hen Florence Oalo appears In that
Unties of comedies, "As You Like
u" The engagement Is for Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, with matl-
ee Wednesday. Miss Gale has been
delving flattering notices In the
ast for the sprightly gaiety with
which she Invests the character of
nosaline-ono of the most charming
nortrayals of Impulsive youth to be
found among the Shakespearean hero-
Ines. Accordlhg to reports, the Cos-
tumlc wardrobes, scenery and stage
H mountings are hew, fresh and exact,
H een to the smallness of detalh SUp
H porting Miss dale, special reference Is
made to the acting of George Sylves-
ter as Orlando, Mark Price as Jac
H hue's and the mirthful Interpretation
H of Totichstone by Patil Taylor. The In
H clddntiil music has been specially ar
H ranged, whllo the songs and airs will
J be handldd by the "Woodland quar-
tette and English Glee club.
H The Savage Grand Opera company,
J numbering one hundred and fifty peo-
J pie, has started south en tour. After
H Its New Orleans engagement, the com-
H pany starts for California, filling a six
J weeks' contract on the coast, and re-
H turning east by way of Salt Lake. The
H repertory includes "La Bohome,"
"Tosca," "Othello," "Trovatore," "Lo
H hengrln," "Tannhauser," Pagllacci,"
"Carmen" and ''Cavallefla Rustlcana."
J I thouRht we were to got "Parsifal,"
J but the list docs not disclose it.
H Little Edna Wallace Hopper, for the
first time shining as a star of dramatic
magnitude, will appear at the Salt
Lake theatre next Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, with Saturday matinee.
Miss Hopper is appearing in a play,
j reflective of English "smart society,"
called "A Country Mouse." Angola,
j the Country Mouse, comes from the
H provinces, and Is thrown nt once into
the swagger circles of fashionable
B London. The simple girl is caught In
j the foibles, follle3 and atmosphere po
J cullar to aristocratic drawing-rooms. At
H first an object of affected concern, al-
most ridicule, Angela soon demon
m stratcs her ability, not only to take
m care of herself, but to fight a matri
H monlal campaign to a successful issue
j and n tno oml captureg a deslrn-lile
m uuke. Miss Hopper has received fav
m orahle press comments for the dra-
f1"1'0 ability she has shown since leav
m ing musical comedy, with which she
J was so long Identified.
At Held's band concert tomorrow
evening a descriptive number will be
filen' shwlng tho evolution of mlli-
h .muslc as l'layed by a military
?' d"r,nB the past hundred years.
f fentres of tho piece are as
I ZW,B: 1803-"Trumpot Call." an
1 lln lnR the blrth of Freedom. Van-
ni odl' ono of tho fl"st national
' ,1 tho roart to Boston, 1812;
I i,S5md,ors" th0 assembly of the
I $?rtfcnd Bnltlmoro riot; Dixlo; the
I Elort ml South "nlted; "Star Span-
I imi. nner" and "Dixie," played
simultaneously. Then follows tho
I S,'03 ln 1898; at Santiago;
19M .?,,1,?b,a" aBain victorious.
comr7.?,d Hundred" announces tho
Am? in of thG century "Should
Newri Acx?"al"tance Bo Forgot"
renin.! No,fc whll "Yankee Doodle"
S !.aniLth0 Star Spangle Banner
ImL th0 Laml f the Free. As
1 "e RGpn from the outline, the se-
TREADWELL MINES. ALASKA
lection is musically historical and sol
dierly Inspiring, Mr. Zimmerman as
sures mo that it alotie will bo worth
more than the price1 of admission.
HARRY LE GRANDE,
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CON
CERT. The Second Symphony Orchestra
concert will take place at the Salt
Lake theatre on January ic. The sub
scription list is grbwirig. The patron
number over 200 nnd tho reserve fund
exceeds $2,500, Tho programme for
the next concert is as follows:
Overture "Piqtie Dame" Sllppi
Symphony No. 39 R-flat Mozart
Andante con Moto.
Aria "More Regal In his low es
tate" from "Tho Queen of
Suite No, 4 "Scenes PIttoresques"
March Air do Ballet.
Angelus Fite Bohome.
Andante and Finale from Violin
Introduction to the third act of "Lo
hengrin" i . Wagner
Mrs. Luolla Ferrln Sharp.
Mr. George 13. Skolton
AMATEUR DRAMATIC ENTER
TAINMENT. Saturday evening, January 7, will bo
given a dramatic entertainment in tho
Danish language ln the Fourteenth
ward Amusement hall, ln which clover
local artists and musicians will appear.
M'ss Emily Lnrson and Miss Agnes
Dahlqulst are tho stars, and (hey have
a strong support.
Once a painter wovo a web;
Wove, a web of Blowing glory.
In nnd out tho colors flashed:
Kin mod and fllclcer'd; rose nnd fell.
Like n wond'rous spirit robe
In nn eastern fairy story.
And tho public looked nnd spoke,
With n wealth of solemn strlctuio.
"Ho must mean It for a Joke.
For It cannot be a picture."
Once a poet flung a glow
From his pen upon his paper.
Sweet scents spinng fiom open buds:
Sounds roso high, then dropp'd and died:
l-'Iames writhed led, like shteds of light
On n wind-blown altar taper.
And tho people saw, and said.
Ere they'd half perused the proem.
"Ho must have been off his head
When ho called thnt thing n poem."
Onco a master wioto n score,
Great nnd ginnd nnd full of wonder.
In It was tho Joy of llfo:
In It was tho grief of death:
Laughter and tho wall of tears:
Lightning gleam nnd crash of thunder
And tho many headed heard,
With a frown of deprecation,
As they mm mured, "On my word,
What n mad conglomeration!"
Indigence Is opulenco worn threadbare.
Women are never Insincere when
"r j .
Society Is a mnchlno operated by
Some peoplo know too much to bo
Nature leaves a lot of work for tho
dressmaker to finish.
Never bet on u sure thing unless
you can affoid to lose.
Tlmo softens all things except
boarding house biscuits.
Tho moth always looks on tho
bright side of the llamc. .
Many a candidate for ofllco nets
nothing but experience.
Nothing destroys tho memory of n
man liko doing him a favor.
What Pleases a Man. '-j&
Generally speaking, a man likes to nn
' o told ho is handsome, whether ho Is . H
or not. IIo lll.es to bo told ho has small IK
feet. This is n tip for wives. There jflk
id more virtue ln a pair of tight shoes HI
n keeping a man ul home ln (ho HI
evenings than In all tho Ton Com- Bfl
mnudments. It pleases a man to be JBjB
ysked for advice. You don't need to j9$l
lake it. Most men havo ndvico to give wfl
iway, nii'l they arc ahvnys willing to 1KB
bestow It on women gmtl. It pleases PjPB
a man for a woman to depend on him. ffll
t'hiH Is the reason why many loollsh fnl
'.'Iris could get two husbands apiece, 191
while strong-minded women remain 'ill
Id maids. Montreal Hcia'd. w
About Precious Stones. lull
Alter the diamond, the sapphire is lIMB
tlio hardest stone; with her moro 'all
beautilul sister sho posscsbes also tho ffUfl
quality of resisting the attack of tho mSI
Hie, but sho Is, however, cloudy In Hfl
appearance and of a milky hue. Tho I hI
topaz. Is slightly yellowish, and stir- ! tjfl
renders to the cutting teeth of the lllo. J , IjluH
Thcro aru a gicat number of white , full
diamonds, but n pure, clear, trauspar- 49 1
cut stone without a shade of color la HM
more rare than is often supposed. f imbI
Bcggni-'o Amusing Excuse. j ffimH
At a dinner a Russian beggar was , (Oil
caught in the act of stealing a valu- JuH
ablo bit of silver. Ills host reinou- , kH
strntcd with him. The beggar was !''1&'l
most penitent, but offered this niuus- iM'l
ing excuse: "By stealing I broke tho "izfl
eighth commandment, which says, i 'jJfBj
'Thou shalt not steal.' But if I re- ' ifffH
fralncd from stealing I broke tho Ifffl
tenth commandment, which says . ifl
'Thou s'lalt not covet.' A3 I bad to f n
break one commandment either way, I j 'w;
'hougbt I mlg'i.t as well have tho sib ' 'JrJil
' You can mako hay whllo thq sun ij 'JShJ
shines, but grass w'll not grow with- tXijH
out clouds anil ruin. I b
I To Chicago Every Day! D ill
I Through Standard Sleeping Cars II Til
B Via the Scenic Route H - ''H
H Leave Offden at 2:15 or Salt Lake City at 3:15 p. m., H ' ifill
J today; spend tomorrow riding- through the wonder- D 'Pil
ful Rockies; visit Denver from 4 p. m. to 10:35 p. m.; H ' (
I then return to your car and "take it easy" until you H ) tiM
I reach Chicago at 7:20 the third morning after leav- I ,i l
H ing home. H fBH
An interesting trip and an easy, comfortable ' fiH
I one! Let me tell you more about it. H ', ' fjfB-l
J i i , iPpH
I IlilluliJlMlliils R. ?. NESLEN, General Agent, H ,' 'mlfl