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The Morning examiner. [volume] (Ogden, Utah) 1904-1910, February 06, 1910, Editorial and Dramatic Sec., Image 10

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As Jack in the Box and Candy Kid In
At the Ogden Theatre Saturday February 12th
Florence Roberts who Is now play
ing on the coast under the manage
ment of the Shuberts has a female
press agent In one respect the lit
tle passerby is unique in the annals
of press agency The spectacle of a
woman peddling copy about a theat
rical star appealed to the rich sense
of humor of the western editors Ac
cordingly when the agent arrived In
Seattle special writers hotel report
ers society scribblers and the cholc
ust of the stage men eagerly grabbed
the assignment to Interview tho fe
male tenderfoot After the crowd
had assembled In the drawing room
of be hotel the little press agent ad
vanced and meekly murmured Really j
Ihave nothing to aay It was a I
rude shock but the editors out west j
have a rich sense ol humor j
Marseille Clarks success in The
Wishing Ring the Owen Davis com
edy which she save at a special mati
nee performance In New York was
of such a nature that the Shuberts
are considering reviving the piece I
Miss Clark Is still appearing in King
of Cadonla It Is after the run of
the latter that she may play Broad
way with The Wishing Ring
The City evidently has created a
profound impression not only in
America hut many foreign countries
That this is tho ease is proved by
the fact that Elizabeth Marbury tho
playbroker and agent for the Fitch
estate has received offers from mana
gers in practically every European
country for the right to tho piece I
William Collier came into the Froh I
man offices the other day and ad
dressed the business manager Are
you advertising Charles Wyudham as
Sir he asked Yes replied the
business manager he is Sir Charles
Wyndham on our advertisements
Then said Mr Collier I must In
sist upon being advertised as William
Collier Sir
Frank Moulan who as Simpllci
tasthe Arcadian ridos Deuce to I
Victory In tho great race scone in J
The Arcadians at the Liberty The I
ater nightly gets a leg up into one j
ot the most historic saddles that was
ever put on a horses back It was the I
very pigskin which Peter Pan car
ried when he won The Realization I
at Shcepshead Bay j I
Sidney Rosenfeld acthor of Chll
dron of Destiny a drama which Hen j
ry B HaVrls will produce this coming I
season was born In Richmond Va I
October JO 1805 and was the first
editor of Puck the famous Illus
trated weekly comic
The report that nu unnamed New I
York millionaire interested In the I
drama Is to give a million and a half j
dollars to endow schools of dramatic
criticism at Harvard Yale and Co i
lumblaIs calculated to cause talk In i
thoatrlciil circles Several prominent
actors are said to have been asked by
him to constitute an advisory commit
Miss Mabel Barrlsou will play the
part of Paulette Divine In Tho Blue
Mouse for the last time at the Hy
perlou Theater on January 29 It Is
x singular fact that she created to
y role on the stage of tho same theater
in November 100S
Going Some the Paul Armstrong
Rex Beach coniedy which the Shu
t hen produced last spring Is to be i
novelized Harper others have un I
dortuken the commission Two road I
companies arc now presenting tin
The tour of Sothern and Marlowe
is said to ho the most successful Joint
engagement these stars have played
The receipts of their performance in
Hartford last week were 2G50
Northampton which followed was
sold out before the advance agent
cached town
Ixjulsvllle Ky Feb uMrs Mary
Elizabeth Taylor Huff who died In
this city yesterday of pneumonia at
LIC age of GC was a descendent of
j wo presidents James Madison and
Zachary Taylor She was a grand
daughter also of Commander Illchari
Taylor who fought In the revolutionary
ary war
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In the criminal division ot the Mu
nicipal court this morning Judge Mur
phy rendered a decision In the case
of the State against Frank Murray
alias Frank Murphy ordering the de
fendant held to await the action of I
the district The bond was fix
ed at 500but the judge stated that
If It met the approval of the county
attorney lie bond might be reduced
to 250
The young man was charged with
forging Ute name of Frank French of
Salt Lake to a chock drawn In the
defendants favor for 20 on the 7th
of January At the preliminary hear
ing which was held last week tho
testimony showed that Murray pre
sented the check to 13 Cohen on low
er entyflfth street In payment for
an overcoat receiving 8 in change
The overcoat was returned to the
clothier and the S paid back after
the arrest of Murray
In rendering the decision the court
stated that all the leniency within its I
power and discretion would be extend
ed to the young man and that the
order of the court would bo that he
be bound over to the district court on
the charge of issuing a fictitious check
the penalty for which Is less than I
for forgery
Walter Nelson did not make an ap
pearance in the Municipal court this
morning on the charge of vagrancy
and his ball of S10 was declared for
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Continued from Page Eight
Friends of MIssTbva Leonard h ave
her a very pleasant aurpilso at the
cozy little home rrlftll mothur 255
Twentysixth strce on Tuesday even
The children spent a delightful
evening games and a general good
time was had and ft dainty luncheon
prettily erred wasmuch enjoyed
I Miss Leonard hjy recently arrived
in Ogden from Anaconda Montana
and ta111 make her liome here
After extending to tholr yoking Moat
ess a most cordial welcome to Ogden
and pronouncing her a Jolly enter
tainer the guests repaired to their
Those present wore Jessie Lee
Roland Reeves Jack Hunt Ilaiold
Brown Arlo Moulding Lillian
Schultz Myrtle Munsce Evelyn Gait
Vera Leonard Belle Child Ruth
A beautifully appointed function of
the week was the afternoon tea ylv
III by Mrs Philip Warren Knlaely
al the Spencer Tuesday after
noon from 3 to G In honoY of Mrs
Albert Cutler Abbott of Marshall
town Iowa the mother and guest
of Mr and Mrs James W Abbott
Thc hostess was assisted In re
ceiving by Mrs Jt W Abbott Mrs
W W Fleetwood Sirs N T Klmball
and Mrs W J SHealy of Salt Lake
City while Mrs 1C Lynch and Mri
Ralph Guthrie poured Mrs Harold
J Peery presided most graciously at
the punch howl
The guests who called during the
afternoon were Mesdames Wm Van
Men A R Hoywood H II Spencer
Robert T Joyce I JJ Reynolds Ralph
Bristol Willnrd Bell Jack Browning
J 0 Cross W G Dalrymple D J
Sheehan Horace Peory James Devine
H E Rowe James R Cooper Geo
Gioy L V Tegothoff Fred Smith
C Butler 1 L Pierce P Healy Alex
ander Walker Parley Wright E W
Matson J E Lew IB Conrad E Bohn
Eugene Smith R T Ilumo Thos
Fitzgerald David C Leeks and the
Misses Joo Kimball Fitsgerald Dalry I
mple Bolnap Perrlottrof Denver Ruth
Mlnoguc of Michigan Florence Bohn
Margaret Armstrong Inp2 Adams
Tegethoff Harmon and Gwllllam I
Trude and Florence Turner the lit
tle daughters of Mr and Mrs W A
Turner of 252S Madison avenue en
tertained about thirty of their young
friends at an Orpheum party yoatcr
day afternoon the occasion being the
seventh birthday anniversary of Miss
After the matinee the young people
proceeded to the home of the Tut
ners where they greatly enjoyed a
fine lunch which had been prepared 1
for them
Mrs E C Manson and Mrs D J
Malone were tho hostesses ata beau
tifully appointed luncheon Thursday
afternoon at which sixty guests were
i entertained among the number being
j several ladles prominent in Salt Lake
society circles I
I The affair was one of Ute most elab
orate glen this season Tho dining I
room was exquisitely decorated Tho
table arranged In the Corm of a cross
with a large cutglass punch bowl fill
ed with violets and draped with vio
let tulle placed at the intersection of
the cross violets artistically sprinkled
ovor the cloth the cutglass silver
and dainty china made under the
soft lights a charming picture Cute
little place cards Inscribed with top
ics for the guessing contest or
bright sayings afforded a pleasant
diversion Mrs H E Van Houscn of
Salt Lake City winning the souvenir
in the guessing contest and Mrs J
S Lewis the guest prize I
Mrs Maupono apartments decor
ated with carnations and tastefully I
arranged with shades drawn and
lights turned on presented a most
bslllliint and lonely scone as tho
liandBOinely Downed ladles assembled
A delightful feature of the occasion
was the fine musical progiam fur
nlshed by the Orpheum orchestra
Among tho Salt Lake guests were
Mia J Fr Dunn Mrs H E Van Hou
lien Mrs David Leonard Mrs P J
Quealy Mrs R A Grant Mrs C H
Jcnklnson Mrs Wm Shcaly
The local guests were
Mesdames Armslioiis II C Blge
low A P Biqelow Becker Boyd
Brick Burt Conroy Driggs Dalrym
ple Wm Eccles Ensign Thomas Fitz
gerald Gilson Hurst Hume Hulan
Iskl Horn Hoag Hlbbs Healy Hen
ry Hess Hanactt Joyce Kuhn Klct
el J S Lewis F E Lewis Lynch
Mr E Malone George Matson E W
Matson Mow bray McGuIre Paine
Rowo Runyon Rowlands Rushmer
Reynolds Ryan Sheehan Spargo
Spencer VanAlen Walker Whalen
Wood Miss Fitzgerald
The nuptials uniting D F Score of
Casaalcke Minnesota and Miss Jose
phlno Rossiter of this city was sol
emnized at St Josephs church at S
oclock Tuesday morning the Rev
Father Cushnahan officiating and
Miss Bessie Byrne charmingly at
tired In light green broadcloth doing
the honors as bridesmaid with Martin
OToolo serving as best man
The bride was lovely in a beautiful
pale blue broadcloth and the groom
wore the conventional black
The wedding was attended by a
number of friends of the bride and
bridegroom following which an elab
orate wedding breakfast was served
to about twenty invited guests at the
Virginia Tho dining room was beau
tifully decorated in white and green
Those who attended the breakfast
were Rev Father Cuahnahan Mr
and Mrs OToole Miss Bessie Byrne
Mrs Connors Don Maguire and wife
Miss Malone Mrs E Francis Mr and
Mrs Reed Mr and Mrs Buller Mr and
Mrs White Mr and Mrs Butler Mrs
Tracy and daughter the bride and
groom and relatives
Mr and Mrs Seerev departed for a
short honeymoon trip after which
they will return to Ogden to their
cozy little cottage on Washington
Mr Seercy Is a local member of the
National Forest service holding the
position as expert lumberman in the
ullvlcultuie department and his bride
Is one of Ogdens most accomplished I
young ladles I
The Womans Missionary society of
tho Methodist church was very pleas
antly entertained by Mrs Agnes Clan
I cy on Thursda aftornoon
I The society lrfv hiking up the study
of India using Lux Christi as n
text book Very interesting and In S
I structive papers were given by Mrs
When and Mrs Rushmer Mrs
MIddleton led In a map talk Mrs
Carr gave Maudelay and Pagett
M P from Kipling and Mrs Weath
erby read a couple of selections from I
Arnolds Light of Asia Dainty re
freshments were served
The musicals given under the aus
pices of the Ogden Historical soci
ety at the home of Mtrs Dr J S
Gordon on Friday of this week was
one of the best and most entertain
ing In the societys long list of good
things hitherto given
Mr Tracy Y Cannon one of Utah
noted musicians gave a most iiuer I
cstlng and Instinctive talk on Stn I
I dent Life in Berlin and Paris Mr
Cannon told of the different famous
musicians in Berlin and discussed
I modern opera and the many advan I
tagcB to bo gained by a musical en I
I vironment but he also said that many I
Americans go abroad spending money I
Iud tune wncn they would be bet
tor prepared before leaving home
He told many InieruBtlng stories of
itudont life and made his listeners
fool that they were really in the
Beautiful City of White Houses as
Berlin Is often called
Of his life In Paila with Gullmant
the great organist he talked enter
inlnlngly and rehearsed some of the
I differences between German musical
styles and the French style contrast
j lug the Gerona solid mutate with the
French romantic style
j Following his talk he rendered a
I number of selections as a demonstra
tion of the styles of music described
In his lectuio He told
many inter
esting stories of student life and
I made his listeners feel that they were
really In the IJeiuitlfu City of White
1 Houses as Berlin Is often called
II Another feature of the afternoon
I was the singing of Mrs W G Dalrym
pie one of Ogdens local favorites
Her rendition of In a Garden of
I Roses was heartily encored to
which she responded her daughter
I Miss Evelyn accompnn g er on
I the piano
Miss Fern Farr played a dainty
I piano solo which was well received
During the afternoon Judge GUll
nell spoke on the founding or a home
for dependent children The club
members voted to appoint a commit
tee to meet with other Ogden socie
ties to plan for a mass meeting lo bo
I held in the near future at which oar
I nest effort will he made to begin the
I work BO earnestly urged by Judge
I Gunnell
J About sovontyllve ladles attended
the meeting
Mr and Mrs Ralph E Bristol will
entertain nt a box party at the new
Ogden theater tonight in honor of Mr
snd Mrs Otis N Dunham of Bis
marck North Dakota The guests will
he Dr and Mrs George A Dlckson
Miss Ruth Minogue and Mr Harold C
One of the Important events of the
season was ti novel candy pull given
by Miss Bertha Furche at her pleas
ant home at 2G4S Adams Thursday
February 3rd
The home was beautifully decor
I ated for the occasion flowers and
other decorations prevailing through
out the entire house Piano and vo
cal solos were beautifully rendered
by borne uf the accomplished guests
I The seasons latest games wore play
cd after which a delicious luncheon
I was served in four courses by C
charming hostess mother Mrs
I Furche The guests left at a late hour
all pronouncing the party the most
I enjoyable of the season Those pres
ent were
GirlsBertha Furebe Gladys Bal
lantyno Ella Mitchell Ruth McEl
herb Lea Pardoe Marion Browning
Margaret Schultz Carrie Furche Vera
BoysFred Slater Frank Stone I
Carl Zelmer Ben Gnrr Eugene Pratt
Ben Cober Orie Roberts Clyde Clark
Calvin Cragun
The birthday party given in the
Baptist church parlors by the What
ISan society Friday evening proved to
e u most pronounced success An
I entertaining program was given and
a general good time followed by tile
I nerving of refreshments by the charm
ing young hostesses rounded out a
I really delightful evening
Nearly 150 guests were present and
the What ICan girls very ably demon
I strated their ability to enjoyably en
tertain a largo party of guests both
old and young leaving nothing more
to bo desired In the way of pleasure l
and comfort during the evening
I Many pretty compliments were ex
tended to the young entertainers
Tho church parlors were artistical
ly decorated ho tables In the din
ing room presenting an original and
decidedly pretty effect The guests
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At the Ogden Theatre Wednesday Night
were served In groups representing
the month In which their birthdays
ecca red the humorous announcement
for each providing much merriment
for the happy crowd
Mrs Ralph E Bristol entertained
in honor of her guest Miss Ruth
Mlnogue of Newaygo Michigan at
a 500 party Wednesday afternoon
The Invited guests wore Mrs R
E Hoag Mrs S L Brick Mrs Wjn
Fleetwood Mrs HC Wood Airs I
E T Ilulcmlskf Mrs R T Hume
Mrs G A Dickson Mrs A Dr
Barber Mrs W J Bell Mrs C IL I
Baker Miss Baker Mrs Ralph Guth
rie Mrs Philip Knisely Mrs George
Halverson Mrs David Eecles Mrs
Jeromo Cross Mrs H H Spencer
Mrs Harold Peery Mrs Horace
Peery Mrs W B Porterfleld Mrs
A M Smith Mrs Jack Browning
Mrs J W Abbott Miss Isabella
Shiffen of Salt Lake Mrs Ottls Dun
num of Bismark North Dakota and
Mrs Abbott of Marshalllown Iowa
The child Culture club met with
Mrs Ed Browning Tuesday February t
1 and a very pleasant and profitabe I
afternoon was spent
I An interesting paper by Mrs Th re
as D Dee entitled That Boy of Fit
teen was ably given and bronpirt ort
I much lively
iow Moral Instruction of Children
was ably given by Mrs Fred l1 r Chan r
bars following which a committee f
was appointed to Investigate the pos
sibility of establishing a home for de f
pendent children Tho ladles named
to serve as the committee were Mrs
P T Wright Mrs Thomas D DM
and Mrs S S Smith rAt r
At the social hour refreshments it
wore charmingly served by Mr
Browning assisted by her daughter j
and Miss Florence Browning
The club then adjourned to meet Ai
with Mrs Thomas D Dee February
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A bill thnt Salt Luke pronounced the best
N of the season will be presented at the Ogdcu Z r rt a er I
3 Orpluum all week bcfcinnin tonight t d 1 d 1 Qt
The Devil the Servant and the Man is
the big offering It was written by a famous
dramatic critic whose name is masked by the
cry E y ar t e assumed one qf William Anthony McGuire
r eft G sir When presented before the critics of the Or 4 r 1 r r S
Q1 1 r r y r C 1 hum booking office it was believed that tin I S
drama for it really is such would prove to be a q r n 1ti j n + 4G
t r < AS great attraction This verdict was endorsed in k f a
+ M r y the main by Salt Lake last week where the play
was given its first public presentation the en t
ti Ja S t tiro cast being sent to that city for a tour of
he circuit
te Ogden ever partial to cyclists and cycling tt c lra r r
whether on the saucer or the stage will enjoy
the Klein family a group of wheel experts who i t
I fame from Germany to play the Orpheum
I 4 s n rJt r3c rt ofti tic lriri c c + r K 1rrt1 r houses The Kleins nre scen111 number four Jf n t
I of whom are pretty girls Together they do r t t rr h
J t Ill sorts of fancy cycling stunts and incident
I ally they introduce variations that will be new kua1
c 1re here One unique fact is their brass band stunt t 1rr + °
a wv 1t i 1 trst h r M 5 > 4 in which they each mount a single wheel and J 1 tt A
1 y t s roa fy > h s r t while circling about the stage play the instiu +
e xr men ts
r Fay Two mid Fay have
Coleys a novel black
i b5 4 f ir face act in tar Pile il1l1strcs rr The two men ill t L fiwd
r K + r t1 111Y lYYt1 UVLLIYIJ
kll Arty N
d w rya the act oldtiuu minstrels the r to 2 lad frill l blta
ti > t arc girls arc cx r
Lr 1 e i irJ tremly modern They are supposed be stranded members of a II tank lr Untie Toms Cabin compain who orgtmie show to
5 y lt 4 get out othc town in 1 tl hell the show expired Their work is so good that the act has been i r the a variety
r gven place of honor in several coast cities
y tr st
t ra harry Fox and the Millership sisters have an act billed as Artistic Nonsense winch
tk In R 1hC1 sin rtn1l1
S1n dance rid chatter eiKertam
g and attlr ln
4 t ingly Mr Fox has more than passing fume as a light comedian while the sisters arc not only pretty hut are ranked a r the hest dan
I f eelS on the stage They were a marked success in Salt Lake last week ns amOHg
Sam Kramer and Eupcnj Sheek are exponents of physical culture In addition to shoW
culture rigidly adhered to Mr Kramer will ive short lecture at each poses showing the remit of a course of physical
THE IYIILLERSHIP SISTERS rig give a performance of particular into atit to in
Sandbcrg and Lee arc advertised the Un 111 Instigators AceOl parents and rol1n > copf
as 6 According
I JJ Artistic Nonsense at the Orpheum all week beginning not is entirely coined e but it contains much new Matter 6 to the spapers of the east they merit the title Their
tonight XI 1t orchestral music and tip to laic kmodronic pictures complete the bill J

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