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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta JAPAN'S fvs TV fcv n n 7v ft i IM Hijp AH P a B o i H E Ju.il 1 H 1 I !__. LONDON TOPICS Evening Dress Is Menaced by Managers in London An American Theatre Goer Finds from Mr. George ander the Reason Why He Has Attacked Another JLoiulon's-Wine Agents and the CIIUPSPJF PRICF Defends Harem Skirts Utlillilf! RulSL I ISiUL I in Talk on Sins of Society Deeply Rooted British Custom. [Special Dei-patch.] KOTHKR English custom 1 Viennese of decidedly LONDON. Siturday. [morals rind a IlsJi: and v.'himsU-al Uca of ,vws. deeply rooted jj; Hotel Proprietors Discuss the Year's Shortage.' fa threatened. Sev- of MHhlciutblfc then- DUE TO LAST YEAR tres have decided Ihat no lunger shall ing dresd be insisted upon as the costume to be worn in thy etallu of their playhouses. It is an oiitertalnment, suitable only for! jtlio Mrs of nniurr: and only mature I y IfthlB innovation really comes about tliera is no telltnc what may follow Us wake. Once open the Jloodtfatcs reform and the customs may bo swopt away. in of at centuries Even the suprern- school would its produce- little c wantt-J to star: .1 soi-la The c-ey.of tho British single eyeglass would bi- in This attack on tho swallowtail and front is not tho wild vaporing of some third-rale advertisement seek- ing manager, but is lu-aded by no less a person than Mr. George Alexander. H Is xvHl to explain to those who don't Know Lonrlon condltlonn thai Mr. Alexander Is not only tins Beau linsmmel of Kngllsh actor-managers, lnii ulso that his theatre, the St. James, In the heart of May fair, has a most ex- fiuslve and fashionable In that respect it Is not exceeded. If even rivalled, by uny in the whole city. Adjoining Mr. tually or liUil'JiiUe it l.i whoJe popped Inj a out of question, a3jand out oi It jjj-e :L rubber ball, 'for Gauthier champagne. T. Mcrritt Co., there v.-as ffw theatres whose doors: elephantine form clarl in indescribable i of wine to meat irnmt-cliate cie- ar- with envy. It. But the regal proportions of plcturo Q, )n the a view to establishment of a dUtlnc- r- -v noonl, set an example and smaller George's give to It pr'-de of place ot, f by Hoppner_ are a few of ,ho; lively Japans concision; the unaucce-- ,11 TV.HC thd svmholical flsure In I fn irrowth of Jana- e price must taka which have been made on "only show too protty ballet called "Tho >Tart Pierrot." reccp- of hist year, hit. place. lion and can consider herself skirt." whJch, sao says. makes H cost a "In America theatresoing is R part vour daily life. It Is looked upon as eort or necessity. Vlere I: is purely luxury. That IB the handicap we man- r.s-.Ts have to struKSle against. Ou ti-.en.trej are not only smaller than they ere in America, but we have so many che.ip on accountjof the jiii and shilling saliery that it is nec- io keep thftn filled to make thcmj So if Rijollshinj evening will Jill thrtin ift's abolish It. i I thinlc it is very nice to, drcis for tho evening if you can afford it., rot only to so to the theatre lr.. Ivjtto In your own home, although you live In but a house. Of course I know that in peopio dress In any other city in the world, and I don't imapln-j there Is soini; to 'be any great revolution. In :hat respect, 1 favorite nccktJe. blue, with white polka dote. Probably to his star.d against evening dothes still more emphatic, lu- Itld In his I'ar-.d a brinrwooJ pipe. For- tunately he rsot smoklr.R. he Enioked It wouid have betn the straw of offence spulnst the nlcaty of thil room. The other managers who with Mr. Alexander oa the subject of theatre wear ertL Mr. Herbert Trench, of the Hayrr.ar- and Messrs. Vedrfnne and Eadie. of The Itoya'ty- Victim Is Family Outcats SUBTLY SUGGESTIVE, BLUSHLESS SKETCHED fSrcclc.1 Deapa'ch.3 J LOVPCN, Saturday. At last the LiittJo Theatre haa a novelts tha-t promises to be pop'Jiar. Mr, Gran villa Barker bis put oa a eerlrta fira sketches that talrly ajar'xla plainly what women have to contend with when an Tna-.-e to i ifrom a convention which 'has proved a[ misery- for HSCS." meanlne the heavy. welRMy. cHnnln? skirls that women nccustoiYied to. "But" she proceeds, "the divided skirt is: an Innovation tUa: undoubtedly friehtens j our men. who do nor realize to what ex-j tent the Arcsn of women has proved ai their Some London Comment oa Father Vaughan's Criticisms Regard- ing Society's Sins. (Special L.OSROS, Saturday. nt. ln general easea. All have already entertained roy- alty in the person of King Edward or tho Kaiser while yachting in Southern Mrs. .7. J. Aslur is in search of a. new Loncion home, as her occupancy of Xo. IT Portman square will soon terminate. Th private residence of tho Prime Minister, at Xo. 20 Cavendish srjuare, always admired because of its splenillrt reception room, old mahojar.y staJrcase' ard walls painted by Sir John Thornhlll two centuries ago, hzis been secured by Lady Cunard. an Anjlo- JAmerloan hostess of prominence. Japan will insist upon beins allowed to participate in all foreign loans convmcted by China, the Review "The whole thing dalous when the slender resources of Japajj. During the week. Japan, which. dMlnts to loan money to China, found it l ot at a5i effects on tired r.ervotw sys-jmlUa of Lr.r.dr.n streets ft ill Y> flonter. there could bo no better tbat ..a... !hv Kins ir.d dar'.ric tf-.e than the carnation. KAKCKUBIAIT PIAGUB la the fate of the nnfor 0 ;nc of Fxi Chla. Dlcn (Chlncro II arfclr. n-Hhst fftthor now etanda afralnat con. other there. thrat cannot be aruccessfully In flrst place, auaiitlca mat- rconx ;