|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
THE MORXIXG EXAMIXEH: OGDEX, UTAH, FTXDAT, MAT 3, 1M7. .11 - mimniimniii nmiiimmiiiiimmr T mu tti 1 m a Wednesday Mrs. Wiggsofthe Cabbage Patch is gtrn . the Grand 2. Thursday . Mts. Leslie-Cart- 1 1 r 1 1 1 n m n i n' ' Saturday, May 25 Walter Whiteside el which ahe will be aeaa aa TVtrw Opm House 41 hion Mar Mh. Tjk side of the toeclighU. pretty , , an ul enchanted Gtrla whn ftaoaa it knl with thla aatla -- .j n cannot be war by every aoe aaTtba limy af fata will Utka wba should not tench It; same w9n by tat whan wan evar tha right fao it as n attogatker charming. The wreath Un. Carter weans It aoaaiata of a vary v rIf j band of klaa liberty satin rib-tarur alight folded and Hghtly ticiehed serous tba to, of tba pom-ufa- r n raaehsa below tha aara and taiaiahad with two large iwaattaa of th ribbon, or a kina chiffon or tall a. not be pressed dawn avar tha gg talr or It gives a bard afoot. It must ta lightly gat on. aa that tba affect la aodat y woman oa sf softaese. a Thla tan with roaaua at on aide of tha pompadeur Jtnd tba othar at tba aldo of tbe low knot. Rom each oaa aba pat laag taaaela of white a. ro-iat- pearla Aheady tbwe an manfvariations the original thaase. Tha band of Htta ribkoa la wan for many Informal again. Tbe lawod action of white ta'Ja and Jet for a band dreaa evggoata a lovsly Da Barry wreath, made of tba tall with a fw Jet ttaaela fraat the ohhe reaettea. The moat elaborate of all la made from Cfteea atnnda of md pear11' ending In huge cnbochosa f pearla with tassels. Thla la to be von with a white talle dreia, la seed pearla. After yon once get the chape and the atyla of the On Barry wreath In your mind yon cea all your fasciae free play on tha material and make np all klnda of pretty affair to go wltk each gown. baa Tha reason tkln bead dreaa a might tba popular fancy la that woman demand aa many beautiful thing far tbe hair thla eeaeoa as the grand ladlee did in tbe time of LaalalV. oa fash-ioaaM- MBS. The LESUE-CARTE- TCUR RS pneeat tonnof Mr. LesHe-Car-t- ar Du Barry la her plays gad Tua la ma of the loagaet aver t -. km by a thaatrloal otar. It keglna In Norfolk, Va., includes . t wary Southern state, axtenda to the IMAe eoeat and back to tha North-wai-t will ta Now York. Laslle-Carte- r appear in forty-twdtlej, tha further-- t o fast being Norfolk; south, west. Ban Franoieoo, and Mth, Winnipeg. The star will travel la har private car, tha "Du Barry, which baa been elaborately refitted by the Pullman company at a large out-Ig- g This is one of. tbe flneet can In tba Pullman Berrien. .It.ie dlvidad Inks drawing room, two private rooms, dining mum, an observation room, nrruiaT quarters, kitchen, lockera lid hatha. The car is aevonty feet tag. Tba interior finish Is chiefly In sahoguy, walnut, oak and satin wood Oal-mta- , is natch. Th dining room is twelve feet long ud contains an extension table that wifi oomfonably scat ten persons, The ohaerraUon room is eight foot long aul furnished with sofa and easy, chain, la the dining room la a plane, a bookcase a writing table. In addition to her own servants four of ud the moat trusted employe of the Poll-na- n will- act as stewards, when and partem. Mm. Carter .was particularly Insistent upon haring a competent stewards became it is her tat sot ion to have nil the supplies at the various cities she visit a Whm tbe private car Du Barry" la mtumed ta tbe Pullman company in New Yoik late in have July it will ' miles in hmlled over ten thousand Bn. UsslleCarter'a sen-ice- and thla wifi srtabfiih a new record for private n and one that la not likely to be equalled in n long time. ; uunw Instances Mrs.'. Carters car will be placed at tbe end of the train uUng Mrs. Carter's company and tbs production of "Du Barry" ud m." In moat case, however, ape-r- j trains will be employed but in the "w Instances when this is not the the regular trains will have to Ml. In addition to Mrs. Carters prt-t- a car, two drawing room cars for company ' V pur-thme- d . Mrs. Wggs of the Cabbage Patch, , Scene from the Third Act of at the Grand Next Wednesday Evening. 1 the member of the company and five home. Blie will, according to present touch for four yeara the military baggage cars, practically a train in plana, inaugurate hey eeaeou at tbe telegraph ; for, during the clvl war, the Theater, after n short road tour in President spent more of fcla waking November, in- a play especially writ- hours in the War department teleten for her by one of the most success- graph office than In any other place MRS. ful American dramatists. Thla Im- except the White House! While In the able. to am him and talk with him dally, and twually several times n day; for be visited tha War department telegraph office regularly, morning, afternoon and evening, to receive the latest news from tba front His tall, portant more definitely' settles Mra. telegraph office he waa comparatively homely form could be seen crossing some for time Carters to come. plana free from official cares and therefore tbs lawn While After several weeks of negotiations her ambition to have a more Inclined to disclose his natural House and the War betweenthp with department arrangements were recent!? completed It baa .been York in New. In which ahe traits and disposition. . unvaried regularity. whereby Mra. Leslie-Carti- r, whoap- - Vf7ier. 's In cool weather ha Invariably wore During the but four years of pears at the Grand on Thursday, May unden supervision,, the plays that all too brief public career, even a gray plaid shawl i brown over bis I, la "Da Barry," secures a homo the- she hasheroontraaud for could be pro- until the before hl tragic ending, shoulders Je careless fashion, and, upater in New York where in the future a worthy scale. More than tbe writerday was most fortunate in being on entering tbe telegraph office, he her production will be made. Tbe duced upon waa available but from evcontract is for a term of years, one theater the Astor-wa- e tbe most and the Aator Theater becomes her ery standpoint desirable. Mrs'. Carter Is now making one of the longest tours ever undertaken by an American star. It began in on April 1st, includes Norfolk, every southern state, extends by way of Denver and Salt Lake City to the Pacific coast, includes San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, Tacoma and on tbe way home Butte, Fargo, Winnipeg and Duluth. The Pullman company has provided a. well equipped and appointed private car for the especial ii so of Mrs. Carter throughout tbe entire trip. During tbe tour which lastn until July, Mrs. Carter will he seen chiefly In the superb production of Belssco's Du Barry." As-to- r EH well-shade- d 1 . Lin-coin- would always bang this shawl over tbe top of the falgb semen dmr open- . - ing Into Secretary Stanton's room, adjoining. This door Van nearly alwajs open. He seldom failed to come over late in tbe evening before retiring, and when returning to the White House after dark, be was frequently accomSeveral makers took advantage of panied by Major. BCkert, our and nearly always by a' small guard of the recent Mining Show at New York soldiers. Ho ncmoiimea protein eg to exhibit cars designed to meet tbe against this (alter precaution aa un oondlDon found In and about the minnecessary, but Sec ref ary Stun top's or- ing country In tbe West Many sales ders to tbe guard were Imperative, . were made. V, PROGRAM AT UTAHHA Overture Tony Ryders famous troupe of trained monkey. S. Morey Long, rendering "Twinkling Stihr," with beautiful illustrations. 4. The Eccentric Comedians. Wills and Barron, presenting their one-a- d Comedy, Success, Hooligan, the 1. 2. Agent."- - Hubert De Yean,1 America'! Premier Cartoonist and Comedian. C. Curtis and Adams, Real Dutch Comedians. 7. Important engagement of the high-clas- s players. The Company, in their comedy playlet, entitled "Her Little Game." Betina, Miss Edith Talbot;' Seth Dewberry, Mr. William S. Gill; Bellboy', Master Wilfred Norman. I. The UUbnaacope, pretantlng "Mrs. Smithera Boarding House." 5. Gill-Talb- A NEW SIDE OF LINCOLN, From David Homer Beta's "Lincoln Office" in tbe May Century Abraham Lincoln has been' studied from almost every .point of view, but it is a notable fact that none of his biographers has ever seriously considered that branch of the service with which Linoela sac in daily, personal v la tbe Telegraph i i MRS. WIGGS." "MIS HAZY." ; machines nnf Right nine preparations of iar have been on tried for the dust prevention contest which will be held by tbe British automobile organisations tbe latter part of this month. LOVEY MARY and LITTLE TOMMY MR. STUBBING."