IfiMTC Manager Gnat of the Grand Opera House announce for arii w ,u- -'Monday a;aifollowing attractions: Nettie, tiia N.irst nee aud night, Girl." a strong and pleasing Thursday, the great eue.ic y opera, Princess Cnic, with a big cuiu-panof 5o people and the urnal carThis is a load of special scenery. guaranteed attraction aud should bo greeted with a packed house. On tim , urday Frau James, the noted outlaw, one of the James brothers, will apinn.r with a capable company in "A Fatal Scar. -- a. tue.n-(inm- envoy, afterwards in the picturesque uv, the .rma!i pes-a'a: la-(in- royal roues of iLt' it nit 1 rmc-- . i.s Lei' n it. The excel Vht lhietinic used in tu-Mi.) cpeii. La- - not be. u eqitlieu by any, ft pi I icra production tnaiy it j i.a..c.i a, ibis li.ne. f:,s s loved a ui soldiers in the opera cMHuiae "i'si; Pcineess Cute," which will, ee given at the OiwnS Opera House Tnurs.;a night, ihmc is war. The Princess Chic is steady an n aoimer's sang of toy.? and wricstablisaed favorite everywhere and it Though written to be in Kept-luperiod of Cuartes t; is therefore a matter of gratilication the locale amt , it is in :: litlo music Rovers that it is to be seen Bold of iu this city Thursday night at ih3 a lit fur now a ihca. p.tnlcu.ur:.. g tins the a, "War is a L.uii Grand. The company " delightful opera is said to lie stronger Jade and better than ever this season, a.il War gives to er lover, tha sob. b'llil. wry this statement wimhl seeir. anil tow Plliiu'iT of couut'-plausible when it is stated that Hi 3 , George Calla- My j wti.-- the nosers goic. popular .. a a kingty crown, And han, has returned to play the role ol froc, the uloi-.--t cu Brevet the soldier of fortune iu the lie drinks of In castle to steep be lies. piece. Mr. Callahan created this role binu.l-- : originally, ami it would seem tnat no And the weiichcs otf.r one was ever able to portray it an arlips, And won him with roguish ey, tistically as he did. "The Princess . j j g The r N k .v. ' it, 9" j . , wwat fl., . - :r, , .- MgWFik:-- Jv i i !er bievetnents of the Confeilerate in t1 - ,.- - : I ' VifsV-- - -- T i; .ividui l nulanres f uifi bravery in !if-:.U,l far thr title, his his spirit, would !l a volume. Cul. J. ii. Cateu. who is with hir.i in the same brigade, tells ell the siuvy pf his pnrt ih the great "1 rad not ne.k of Frank rtfggle. -.me with oil einoiiiin.'' he say. "He n ett of the many as one nf the took pml iu the grout jfcle men wl-.Turrle in ilie west. I can not begin tell of all the instances of his valor n baitie. ' is kindnest in camp, his e. ire for his comralee, his treble No one but those who were iih Mm in those dark houra can bia spirit. He was only a boy ,hi-he joined the sesintent. hut he ' tli-u- r j-- . cmr SCENE FORM Tli a soldier lias only to go and light . What r.aitr the ri.iil in wrong, 'Tis a gay wild life of glorious strife, And ils spits- - is wine and song. And ever the wenches will trooping vrinnitn NETTIE THE ! ' MAY HENDERSON. coiniuuuity; so many entertainments quc iiii liable form are thrust upon o vo'tng and the old alike find much In thia beautiful living story to thins over ami enj.iy long auerward. Rich iu incident, in tut iu its stage ot ci,..a-'-er- i. ii is on of the new nt'.r.ic'.ons of in vil on i lit toad. Thtrouble wlil-i- i falls on the heroine rcivn't one of the line "the trail of the serThe . liiMUtilul, pent is (,vir all. bevrs touching denouement, howev--r- , Its The author has atrurk many true notes ia this play, and ihe well chosen cast blcud th harmonies wlh fine effects. "The Fatal Scar" begins its engagement at ho G"and Opera House on Salutrl '.y, playing imttfnce and night, and Frank .Iiitiics, of i lie Jarri-- brothers, will be tbe feature of ihe attraction. j j I Meeting , j darts In tba love of the wenches Blim. ' glances warm in culm or ;.'lnrm, Are fortune enoti-rfor him. bill "i si insstiw Thrilling it is sung by George Callahan ' a chorus of maV voler-with anh s il. It is said that tills stirring, received less Irving song has ' ".v. four encores since Mr. Callahan tiroilitced It to the public. c-ti- MUSIC AND DRAMA. -s beoAoeWeaWwaooWoWoowefieAe waqeikwa - "It's worth the pi ice of admission to Sophia Brandt, who impersonates in Kirke La Phelles Comhear 1 lie gallery Iii- the chief villain. ic Opera company presenting "The Hie lady villain and the satellite vilPrincess Chic. ia a young' wmiuin of lains. Reference ie made, of cnar-- e, to rare beauty und magnetism and ia Nettie the Newsgirl,. at the Grand. also endowed with a dramatic sopra- The play ia the besi melodrama that no voice of great volume. The press has been here for some time. The third ANNK liili'lilSLK Ire THE NKWSUHUi RANIS MONDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT. Kltii-TI- tha soft velvets nf the day and trimmed with lace and sables is difficult to surpass in point of grace and elegance. To come back once more lo the 'material aubjert. we have gone a little daft over tha attractions of things ombre. From velvet to gauze, every fabric and trimming is shaded indiscriminately. Even the tailor made ''- I Christmas Fashion Outlook In Paris I pesweeMaeeeAieeeetleyeeeeeeetM 4eAeeeeeeMieAeif eAatswe4ee4SwAtwpe'aeeaee4see.eeweFe 4 To meet tha general demand for saw a charming dinner dross of pals water blue tied with pule pink ribbons white there haa been a new trimming and skewered nH over with port pa flour invented white Jet which ia quits tha flotrara in soft, shaded mauve. The smartest thing we have encountered for full, gathered skirt had a wide band of a long while. In some developments it velvet In a lowly shade of orchid la combined with metallic effects tuuuve, Thia tone waa repeated on the When applied to bail dresses of white dtceilele corsage in a thick twist of tulle it is embroidered In combination lady's daintily oolffared head. Tba velvet above a bertha of taca. The with oiqiio white beads or sometimes iaaeee ofi those WnaUui ace ot Oliver, velwt band, by the wsy, ta beoemtng a mingled with gold and silver threads en od Use mlsUeloo bend mi are M4ia ;ua tier of Importance an evening skirts fragile motifs of lac a It la exquisite pealty canbd oot with Uqy pearl even when the lightest texturea are Beads. Of wo such a gatwSturo implored. Ihdeed. we aemm to have) warn at the frntlvel aeeaoo carries tost ttiegood M fwlnrtpie of adorn kng a, with tt a l certain chaBewra. but this light frock with light trinwnioge. and our mndixtlc proportiona ore thrown overlasltmayent be looked upm aa a board In tMB twentieth eeattiry dispenburto porolarity. The winter spans sow Inaugurated, sation of things sertoriaL As an exocp end thraugb the beautiful fsrttti the jmy capital "the horn of, Ihe hunter ia beead on. the NIL" The fenat of 8b Hubert, Which opens the huaHng mason for the aristocratic old French htmlliea, was celebrated the ether day with great twaemony. There ere certain phases of French social Ufa Mrii never become democratic, and conspicuous among theiu is the hunt. Tbe fariiionahle opening tnet was held an 8L Hubert's day in the forest of CbaHUlly, which has been noted ghroughoat French history for famous bunts held in its glades. A little chapel euuated in this forest was chosen as tSe rendezvous of Nlmrodswud hounds. There mass was celebrated before the hunt. This waa followed by a fanfare f. horns, after which the mediaeval tustom of blessing the hounds took place. Sometimes the hounds ure taken leto the church, but oil this waHlon taey were held in ieash by the huntsmen within the porch. Needless to say, the costumes were extremely effective. A number of the e.nsrt' buntswomen wore the Louis IV. habit, with felt tricorne hat ornamented with old gold galloon. Others appeared in red coats and black riding skirts, with a chapeau of black beaver trimmed with a bund of clil goid. Brilliant equipages belong Tng to old French Stmllies never seen except on especial are brought fur the Ojnl muei of SI. Hubert's. Altogether the event pmnstd off with iflk'icut poini and cirruimslum e to make the meet one to be remembered by those who suw it for the first time.' This is an oge of conundrums. We no r iMiger ask. Why does the fly fly? "What made the lobster blush? that would be descending to a -vcl of Idiocy which few nf us could Lng tmiintiiln. Tiie present fashion is I j propose querieg which will serve as tuituble subjects to discuss with the tan who takes you into dinner. "Ought nmnisge to he on less?" for e. sartorial co la .(Uncc, now oendrum which all the women are auk-i- n ilnw- many more nui each other, sre'ln b cViiT'ined ami inoir,iV The ouextixu h.iS bi'en revived upon ft sdve'it of two more newcomershsr-eic-in ' PARISIAN EVENING GOWN have double Ie mo're fioiil. oneThey Leins: re be poplin n.mies, and a claiiniiig niateriiil it is from tlon to this rale comes the news that however treated and deserves to have a hos Jn1 lieifgued two ex- - lung iJ.iy of fnsli InnuMc favor. A the ablrh to make n dinner drt-- or a gown Lel om-ie- r tracks of ehif- - pro-- is exclusive its future is a bright to ceremonie. It just enough of tl" qui:ntiy pir!ih !anc:ns bouillon- - 'em. Ii'i'trii'il v iih stiv-Iwatered appearance to give rii bin . fo'i, mi a :d piquancy lo tire p- pibi. r.ut Ure o n t!n ribbon eil around the skirt. Lwi.ing gowns nf the season have to is a genuine und tiie other adorned with tiny frills tire unuurltily a inisleudiuit quality of moire, pompadour Kiond. of tbe manufacturer's art, I of ribbon one above the other. if there -is . .. . : v -eiuiblicity. ronly one wonders V TDee. Tbe Partainn 10. are i3Ulrwiy ftuel)tAt PARIS, with their array bt hail iMvltie, ' Jtiiwtbly the most afrnwtUve end "GtirlMmeey" smotwr (heM are the HunuChg aew wreathe of mkdtiM la the shape of lUras to be vrora In tia rvwniag on my se-na- os be-eau- se lci-oin- tr-ia- ls d ' h.-i- s 1 - I n carried nut in the sirevea At the wrist there are frills of lace. Rome of the dressy" Mouses ' are prettily trimmed with ruchlnga of three ribbons in three widths, the edges carefully fringed out .. . Skating at the Palais de Glace la a sport which appeals to the Parisian younger set, and feminine members of the skating club go there frequently In coquettish little evening ht ;3e of shined white tulle. The which one certainly thought be- the morning. The club la very exclucloths, - brim is bordered with a dellcxH 0 yond such frivolous treatment, have sive, and the afternoons at the palala are given over to the men. There are tracery of white Jet, the new evcnhit been subjected to the craze. The difficulties of matching an ombre material only two mornings in the week when a trimming of the season. A bandeau M any one woman left In this weary, pre many. I watched with great sym- woman not a member of the club may wicked world unsophisticated enough pathy the troubles of a dressmakers gain admittance. I noticed some parto think that a gown has cost its owner ticularly swagger skating, gowns at the a small amount just because it wears a palala the other morning. All of them ia were short and cut in simple lines. guileless air. One of these creations Plaits are apt to make even a slight figure appear to disadvantage on the ice, so most of the skirts were eirnply finished with strappings of cloth or hands nf fur. The costa are of the plain, not too long, habit shape that la a la mode just now, hut the bolero la not missing. One very attractive model waa of warm, rich brown velveteen with skirt strappings of cloth of a like tone. The bolero was formed of a series of wide plaits cut from brown cloth and Slightly on the bias, giving the effect of a series of slightly fulled flounces. Theee plaits spread out on the shoulders to form e pelerine collar. The upper part of the sleeve waa full and composed of horizontal plaits There was a wide, draped velveteen or in lure very becoming to the small waist of the dainty girl who was skating. The collar of velvet- sen was laid flat and wound abofit a' high upstanding one of gold military white satin ribbon raises the hst braid. at a recent one side; where-- a prettily tied- ho Quite the prettiest get-u- p palais club meeting waa of white serge the game Is placed.. A marabou with a Russian blouse, the basque tabgives height to the creation. bed and bordered with narrow sable. The wide turndown collar was stitched The Sewing Markin and s Dres. in a number of rows and fastened in The inventor of the sewing msclili. front with two large old gold Russian almost beggared himself before he o.. ornaments forming a clasp. The sleeves covered where the eye of the needle were full, with deep cuffs bordered with sewing machine should be lore ted. 5" sable. Tbe coat fastened with cords Ufa original Idea waa to follow. snd a girdle of Russian braid completed model of the ordinary neeole andM the very natty skating costume. the eye at the heel. It never occurred CATHERINE TALBOT. him that it should b failed point, and he might have Ii Stand l ta Fit a Sbae. get her If he had not dreamed a sa for machine who buy ready made shoes building a sewing "People would find their footgear much more king in a strange country. Just comfortable if only they would stand hia actual waking experience, n up Instead of sitting down to be fitted," rather perplexed about the r twwj-fousaid an experienced salesman. Nine He thought the king gave him m out of ten customers, especially ladies, hours to complete the want to sit in a comfortable chair all and make It sew. If not nl,heJ the time thy are fitting shoes, and It la time death was to be the punishmentwith difficulty that one can gat them to He worked and worked and P stand a few minutes even after the nd pussled and finally PJ Is tilted. Then when they begin to Then ha thought he was be'" apprentice sent 'on the thankless er- shoe noticed rand nf choosing trimming for a gray wulk about a little they wonder why out to be executed. He tn ombre taffeta which In one light was the shoe is less easy than when it was the warriors carried spears Instant 1 pink. In another mauve and in still a first tried on. The fact la that Ihe foot pierced near the head. third gray. The result of the attempt Is smaller when one is silting than the solution of the difficulty.for,n at matching was a Jumbled collection nf when one is walking about. Exercise the inventor was begging of while tulle over white satin, wiln a buttons, braids and luce that would brings a larger quantity of blood to the awoke. It waa 4 o'clock in tha ran feet, and they swell. The muscles, loo, Irg. He Jumped out of gS deslgo of peach pink popples worked have done credit to a crazy quilt. a need' The suggestion of buttons reminds require a certain amount of room. In workshop und by out in rolored chenille und while Jet in rudely a trailing pattern on Lite skirt. The me of a novel treatment 1 yaw on a gray buying shoes this must be borne in eye at the point had been bodice seemed to be nothing save a rough cheviot gown. It was made with mind, or one cannot hope to bo shod eled. After that It was easy.n . This ia the true story of high, tightly gathered celnture fastened lapped Beams on skirt and blouse. The comfortably." ae incident in the invention of the with large white jet buttons down the bodice and seams were outlined with a A Velvet . row of machine. Vovelty. front and a deep fort ha rotnimsed of liny gray leather buttons. The A novelty among the many new silk clrenllle fringe and white jet. The liny belt of gray suede had a stunning clasp velveia which have appeared on the of heavy oxidized silver set with imitaModes la Erealag 4 puffed sleeves were supported by market Is that adorned with an emnf tulle embroidered In the poppy tion Egyptian sea rubs. Some new ball gown. Bh0 Separate blouses are not a bit smnrt bossed satin spot about the size of a of white net or tulle over pattern. rtsia A mil her model particularly suilahle in theory, but practically are very much pea which is of a somewhat darker a variety of different shade The shade than the groundwork. In some of the silk through the transparw in (he running." Hut 111 most Infur a young Ixdy I of white silk gauze over s founilntion of sllve-- y green. A stances Ihe woman who knows" has rases It 1 of quite a different color from face of the fabric which veils beautifully rurbed trimming edged with the blouse match (he skirt. Here I a the velvet and is outlined with a nar- effective, and in many ' ri " J green and yellow silk ribbon adorns blouse which depends upon harmony row rim of white, which gives it a rath- arc taken up in the beautiiul wh.oh JI both skirt and waist. It is caught with for it ohle. It is constructed of bunds er curious effect embroideries paillette " hem. bouquets of green and white hurlensia. of black velvet ribbon alternating with Oriental Lave I' sad. white lace Inserllon. The lace Is The belt Is of green liberty velvet. Tsed. mounted upon ombre ribbon In several Orlenl.nl bices are very popular once In ball gowns for matrons the prinKmhreldMT Is M ach thai frock cess style is again in favor with both shades, the darkest cuiiu.iencliig from more uml arc brauliflcd with allnling Exceptional Is the stout and slender wonn n. This robe the side kc.iiii and the light end meet- lliieuils of gold and silver run through embroidery of some kind 10 some from in The sumo idea is- Ihe ineslu , princess when fashioned mines. V vof -ing- ihe.wcenter. VV T dredrAewewaeeeeweeeeAee'ew eeeeeeeeeBeeAeeeweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeB2 aJra dclgs'e , s the Princess a has Mix. Elizabeth Ihicou Custer "PRINCESS CHiL. justreturned from a lour of the world-ia discussion of English servants she said the other day: "At a dinner party in London our tiona engaged in war not only barn hostess told its an interesting thlug. each other, but they lay I henwiM.ve She had Jusi taken on a new oook, a opento other harm at the bands ot Scottish lass, mid thia young woman, all sorts of o:her nations, "lu faci." Mr. Ast ir, continu'd, though t&c kuew the art of cooking wonderfully well, was ignorant ol "two nations al war are in ih.- lr'ct'i less and gulllbie position ot a wickedness and wrong doing. "The new cook, the second or third England married couple. This couple will tall out and ivs day of her cugage int, came to her to speak- - to one another for a tear or mistress awkwardly: Madam Kite said, Tm sorry to tunre at a lime. They have trouble you, but there's something 1 country house, and there Is a retain elderly matron, a great bon--, wli.r should like you to explain. "It's no trouble, Mary said the Visits them continually. "Someone asked this matron wlilch mistress, kindly. Speak up. What of the pair waa always invtiing her. ia there that I can explain to you ?' The butcher, madam, Mary began She answered franaty: the butcher seems very kind. In fact, "Neither Invites me. ever, but siniv he is unnsti&lly kind for such an el- they don't apeak, each always thinks . person. He offers I am the others guest. derly rough-spoke- lesson--"Wali.- th-ir- first time THE MEANING WAS CLEAR - ie for the from one of the Eastern counties lo the state convention, Mr. Taylor baiu: j "l am filad to meet you, air. I have known ymir lather for a good many years, but this ia the first time I have j had tbe pleasure of seeing you. I see, sir, that the son is a better looking tcan than the father." "Oh. come, tiovoiiior," replied the delegate hanteringly, "you v.uatn't try tu jolly me that way, for lm for Karkmlale' all riht. even if the old man is fur you. Governor Taylor smiled in a reflec tive way. "My dear sir, ' he added, "I merely said i fouud you better looking man than your father. I did not say you lirnl half as much sense, Harper's Weekly. ;, t.any a captive the soldier makes, To hold ftr ransom dear. nd mr.hy a Jewelled bauble takes And riches in po-tpear. t the wealth he prises most ue Representative Richardson of Ten ncasee tells of a campaign conducted by Governor "Bob" Taylor in that stale, j 11 Ah, i Russo-Janam-s- e WHERE HE DIFFERED. impetuuua sort that led him into foolhardy nndertakinga. He inspired hojie in the hearts of the men, cheered them and cncnuiagcii them, aad spurred them on to renewed efforts. I have seen him dismount and give bia horse to a tired trooper. In the hospital once I saw him take off hia shirt and tear it up for bandages for the wounded, not knowing when or how he was to get another oue. I have seen him take off hia c mt and give It to a " at ronie. . The wenches with eyes aflame. With thi- - tit tu. turn, turn of the wai'id-drum. And the soldier lu their game. DISADVANTAGE OF DISSENSION William Waldorf Asor, before h. set out for the English honve, sai-apropos of the war: ' am I Personally, opposed to war knew bias I never knew him to break I think it is n bad thing. The his word hence tbe auyiug, Frank a Jamra. the man who never broke promise.' At the Grand Saturday matinee and night. A to lears and to laughter with equal skill namely: "THE FATAL SCAR, Frank introducing iho famous hero. James, of the James uoys. It will be given at the Grand on Saturday matinee aiul night by a company of capable players who p re rent the play in a manlier seldom equalled for excellence. vriw NEWS-GIRL.- '"It means, Mary,' said ihe mistress 'that we are going to change oir butcher. " Do not miss seeing one 'of the greatone that takes posest of melodrama session of the spectator and moves him j .te Vi,, morning he said something to me that I can't comprehend the meaning of.1 What did he say, Mary? "'He said, midam, ihat I am to gp; S per cent on all the orders I give him Now, what does that mean?' THE FATAL SCAR. iri-re- r la-iy- ii 'iTaWA-'V -- tm-u- " 1 Sln-lle'- s . r'-,s- t ... 'V pre.-eniin- a- e Civil W;r r.re a matt- r . Fianh history. Of all the lirsve l.srnir. 1 Ire n,t--s was ore tee ! - REFRAIN: Then mend, mend, mend. And polish every spike; And hammer and sharpen Each lance lip alike, u each blade,. And temper Now peace inside iu laid, And war, war, war, is a bourn jade. T J,i "e 'tjf reere-soiuie- j . Chic" deals with the closing splendor of feitdHl das, and with the attempt of Louis Xl of France to subjugate through strategy, Charles the Hold of Burgundy. These are the only bistoi-ica- l personages introduced, the character of the Princess herself being purely a fiction of Kirke I. a fancy, but none tbe less a logical product of the age. One of the chief rharmK of "The Princess Chic is that the story allows the talented and hcaittii'nl piima donna, Sophie Brandt, opporl unity for the display of her r jtny charms in several becoming disguises. She appears first aa her own . s lu all aye the world has Hui-guajy- I . did would take - F the bullets of lire enemy. He a soldier with smallpox in his aims and carry him to the most comfortable place that could be secured, gnd nurse him wiib the care of a woman. He would brave anything to secure a delicacy for a sick soldier. His heart was so big that he thought of everybody !fore himself. After the war closed he was homethe less. It waa then that he Joined band called "Outlawi. It waa Fate. A soldier is most generally a fatalist. when he gave himself to justice, lie received it. and in all the time that 1 he . ii ana the das-tevd- sfli ikE aoldier who, be tliocgh, was more in to give me meat for my own privaa need of it. Smallpox broke out amoug use all the meat for my own priran-ua- e all the mem I can eat aud ini the men. Frank feared it as little as aoon became the hero of the brigade. It was a grand sight to see him in battle. He was alwats where the fight was thickest. He was absolutely devoid of tear. Vet wbih- - he was as 'brave as a of the wild. Hoii, his courage was u- act alne contains thrills enough to satisiy any reasonable playgoer. In tliia'v oue mt V uie presented' with a that att'-mp- t at aaM-inatiowith a lit nrtish murder h!uim s'li'i'i-'isthat is not quits a tnuriir. and with a rescue tint t siirs you up so you are just bound to hurt eh for Nettie. Whatever you do don't miss the luird act. Mis- - W'Kiuia l.udlotv ha- - the name happy f tlm Viiired States in general de- - jole. Bio- - does ii iu i it il.it a iaige poriiuu of lit. sue-.-!- - style, l'.tns the start iho boiiuo was :.u, to iLc txct iJeiii eaei. it is, with her und vheii she emerged, triumphs:.!, from her troubles, hringing .J. r :irc. a inj'.Lr of qutigratuliiLion ati i the hero, she uif, i er l .e wa-vtiiii i.i.i.. one company is placing this hud in the hearts a eari.-'- l spot v. the i.i.h ot p.ece, booniUg p'v.u.us The win-paa- y of audiru:-- . the a:i i'.iKiinr oigaitiatiou here. ins Mi-- l.ur.iow ia above the a - ri te. A sitecens in its first season can be "Nettie lbs Newsgirt' will be seen at ssuii of lew piays. but it is said 0f "'t tie the Gm-ii- i again tori?", tomorrow a Fatal Bear," and ueservedly too; tomorrow. p.u'i at a nsutim-night i' drama which provides Seattle ation for the public and which serve lo instruct white appearing in rite FRANK JAMES. fora, of nu aiausentejit iu a boon to sin-A Comrades Trib-.ne- . THE EffcO lvo. DjOjEarfiCK za, HE UORMXG EXAMINER OGDEN, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, 16 mSl Charming Evening Hat THIS feetfee 'r Pacdn.,L ' bra-lili- ''' es . ,.V f jyJreve v rw It --.