THE MORNING EXAMINER Part Two VOL IIL NO 237 OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING,. OCTOBER , VI, Vs V V ? V -- V V V V 14. V Pages 9 to 16 106. .V VV--V PRICE FIVE CENT V OTLIGHTSi VVs?'.iV.VsV..?V!VV.t VsirVSV.V.VV THE ROYAL CHL.F" at the Grand Tonight TONIGHT AT THE GRAND. even greater interest In th stage version than In the bok. When proThe Royal Chef. uhleh hti de- duced by such artist as Theodore lighted two audiences tt the Grund. ixrrh, supported by clever people u ill conclude the engagement tonight. like Mina Josephine ItelTry and a large company of capable people aurh TONIGHT AT THE UTAHNA. as Mr. Lurch carries with him. Slier- lurk Holmes takes ut an added in- Tonight the Lyric theater coin pany terest and the audience forof Salt Lake will appear at the gers that It In a play It laentirely witnessing, and becomes entirely ubaorlied In the Imereetlng and thrilling story ao cleverly unfolded before It. Mr. lxtrch carries hla own special nrenery and mechanical effects are presented that are the marvel of ataxe history. Never was the realistic ao nearly apprcached In a stage product Ion as in Sherlock Holmes aa presented by Mr. Lurch, and hla company, and under the per sons! direction of Tom B. Lnftua and the management of Measra. Peltnn and Smulzer. Aside from Mr. lanrch and Vlas Dolfry, there are many other well kituvru and callable artlata In the east. Including Francis J, Long, Perry Morris, George L. Graves, K. F. Hawkins, E. J. Earl, Mlsa Meta Mars- ky. Mina Cecil Fay and Mlsa Camllie Lewis. Tha play la presented in four atudki thrilling acts. Act 1 shown the nf flherteck Holmes In his 1 London where the famous Holmes Is lodgings, and the flrat thread of the dlfllcult case on which he la working presents Itself. Act 2 finds him at PmiiUrbemr lodge and The BIgn of the Four." which la the of the book and play. Act S la In two THE ROYAL CHEF at the Grand Tonight neighboring cities and. at a lea say of Ha worth. In the entire oempany, from the acter who Interprets the lheni: II Is a pleasure to have a Mine leading part dean to tha mere alage patty once In a while which nut only loHerera, there ie not one single per-- ' crimes up ui eapeclatlima aa towered son who has been negligently selected or unluteUigently cant. This comedy by adraure notices, bul which. If anything. far surpasses ull aniirhuttlou. drama, which larks all tha mstedram-- ' Bitch a company la the Juvenile How sttc thunder of bygone days, ia new Ionian. The work- nf a!! the youth- and unknown, but cannot remain ao,; was of a high order, for Its magnificent staging at ones' ful pHrticlpanl showing unmistakable talent is every rase. Deseret News, Halt Lake. The severest .of erttioa could, hill write praise of the Juvenile Hoeti stints. fur they are all talented, all have sweet voices ami are so well trained In their acting and dancing. Thuae who have an ear for musle mpij: appreciate to tha full the sweet singing of the principals and the rffnarkable lianuunlee sustained by the chorus.'' Tribune. Pucalello. Tips was the eecusd night offering of the Juvenile HocIonian opera enutpsny. and a most creditable was given be the youthful actor. Aa Jack fUrawe the (Mam, little Halcyon Martla look the houao by storm. The little lady la not as big aa a pint of cider and whan the spot light waa turned on for her Blue Boll' aong the operator had hard work to locate hla subject. Each appearance of the giant waa greeted with laughter and applause. Babe Mason aa Tip. around which the fragile plot revolved, was very good, Mia la a dainty Utile mlsa and her arch facial expressions and chic manners were much apprerlaled, Winnipeg Tele- , d auh-tiU- e absorbing scenes changing from Broad street, London, to Smith's boat house. Then In act 4 the audience Is carried hack tn Pondicherry lodge and the sensational climax of the play THE ROYAL CHEF that both entertains and instructs, and seen once always Invites a second Grand at the Tonight visit. Mr. Lorch and hla notable comwill present Sherlock Holmes at of pany T'tahun In a aumptuous revlral tha Grand opera house on the evening The Two Orphans. of Monday. The advance sale of Bests promises to be the heaviest of any MONDAY NIGHT AT THE GRAND. demand that has been made by the theater-goinpeople of Ogden In sevThe (real character f- - Sherlock eral seasons. Holme in The Rlgn of the Four,1 i he heft known of all flatten' deteo-tlv- WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT GRAND. ha a been ao ably Introduced to afternoon. Wednesday the reading public of the- - world by Wednesday Conan Doyle that many there are who night and Thursday night the famous will appear In Bostonians a believe that Sherlock Holraea la' Juvenile sutl flcth and blood deteettya- - carries repertoire. Here's what we '13 of gram. "A DESERTED e. THE ROYAL CHEF at the Grand Tonight y. THE ROYAL CHEF at the Grand Tonight THE SIGN OF THE FOUR" at the Grand Monday ea J BOgBUIAIW t A Iteaerted Bride, which will be the attraction at the Grand In a short time, ia said to be tha most magnificently presented comedy drama ever offered to the theater-goinpublic, while In Incident and theme ft la one of the moat powerful, every cltmai breaking with almost volcanic Inten-allHo much by way of Introduction. To go into the play Itself nothing can be said to detract from g ' fty cw BRIDE." JR ' WL.UWI-- ,llASi KTSIOi g5i THE ROYAL CHEF" at the Grand Tonight becomes Its herald and sounds ' It a own alarm. Nothing has been ascii-flee- d a to appearances, for thare brought together a aeries nf Incidents that hold (he Interest, aa has nothing (Continued on Page 13.) THE SIGN OF THE FOUR at the Grand Monday WPja & KETa AG t?