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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. DECEMISEK 12, liUS THE MITHBRIDUE I) I L Y H E R A L I) P, AGi, SKVfcX, Satisfaction on Christmas morning feel it if you give him a Gillette Safety Razor "SAN TOY" PLAYED TO A CAPACITY HOUSE 'Amateur players ate wont lo beilhe riiuae iw'rl, vitli her Judged by tUeir previous perform an c- a local company tbis Is In- evitable. and, to be candid, -k cannot he ?aid that "San Toy'' u-jjs as pleas- Ing finished as Country Girl." Rnl this remark should mn be of !asl construed as a night's performance at (lie Majestic. Tbo play 'was" more diffciilt one. Moreover, it Tacked the situations and voice, natural uud graceful "sustained (lie The and the s crat f-nsemtle very attractive. H' was .pleasing lo seo the theatre j HOD she has maile. Sbld gave n very jVell rat.-onifc'd. and the encourage' charmtetr ami attractive iicvfortnanco. 1L Mrs. Selil ami ..Vrs. Harvey, wiio were, cast iis'1'oppy Imd Dudley, in the order named. DKtdo a very Inp linprcEEiQH, and fitter) well with tlie lines on which s built, (vhlcli, a "The Country Girl" In other popular I'tays, materially r.saiat the j "San Toy" depends largely on the l formers to help It along. Xor can It i said to have been a great success 1 when played by professionals -ivhcn It first came behind the footlights. I'irst nighte, again, arc very trying occasions, particularly to and the second performance will, no doubt, remedy Uttlc defects noticeable i3n tlie way at taktnE the.cites, a.ud re- move anything of n'ervousness and which at such times ar'p There TV AS a lack oT "singer" in performance, but, tak- all the circumstances iulo coh- -aldeiutlou H would "be' ungenerous 'and "imalr to be slrictly critical. AVheh ,the rough edges'have been smoothed tHeir reBpetflivp Impersonations. iMr. II. S. Young rendered Hio iiait of Vt'n Have with oil ciiarAt-toriR- tlca belonging to a hiyh Chinese ihary. J .Mr. Pred Rose Invested I-i with .very bit of the vivacity and the hu- mor 'ivhich1 tended to make the trliar- atter the clement of fun in the pl.iy. TJie part of Hobby' Preston well to Mr. G. K, .Fleming. In ex- voice, be made a very able shoeing. had not very much to (Jo the Emperor of Cninn, but he diO it to the nmiuer born, and himiself an actor of much capacity. rnent Divert to tho aiuateur perform- e'ru. ccr'ainh' liavft thefr Jsea hi ttic conmiunlly in the tone (hey I lend to the Thfi orchestra was under the ill- recttoh u arid the stage In bands ot Mr. It. ia. Youus uiiU Ills aEsistaiiu', Messrs. AO-' ams iind To these Is large; ly due ihe'rHeasure of success gained by the performance. In Sir Dingo Preston. Mr. dCngton had a comfortable role, and one to which he full justice. Mr. G. Robinson made a. trucu- lent fisnrc ln_Sing lit, ivliich, he.en- dowetl ytith a. very, .virile, imperioGa- tbn. X .rr: :r ITsrrey fonnd -Mr. II, ,off by last night's experience, jw'ljl move along with oyen en-ing. In this was observable in .the prb- or the piece, ior. ibcjaeconu.'iitl was a dectiled" ifa'provetuent 'on the first. When al) thtB is said, it JB not to be Jnerred that, the perorraance "u-as jvtthout merit. Far from It, For indl- jvidtially some of tlie- playets carried their parts "In highly- creditatle roan- :r. 'Miss Dorothy Young, took ihe tcr, and a .very piece of vas that as Fo- Jlop. c Ixjcal allusions were inlerlardccl in the play! The newly-eleclcd comnite- sEonere, the Ticket naturally came tri tor aorac. playful, Tho stage requires a word of praise, for it ;sras v.ery .well got up, as also were, oh the Chinese Indies and ".th.c. Chinamen. Xmas Box For YOU TSi The Semi-Ready Store Gives a Xmas Gift to Every Man in Lethbridge Saturday Specials that are more than. a Xmas Gift Two Big Specials For Saturday Only No. 1 Any Suit or Overcoat in the place Satur- day only at 25 per cent off. Any Coat Sweater in the Store Saturday only at 25 per cent off. FREE A pair of Shoes with the first two Suits or Over- coitc sold Saturday morning. Be there early. A Xmas Gift for Everyone Everyone who buys either of these specials on Saturday will be given a Xmas Gift. Remember we carry the celebrated line of clothing that is the same price East as West Arid we are giving 25 percent off these prices. This is a chance of a lifetime. DO YOUR XMAS BUYING AT Yours for business T E S E M l R A S. C. BATEMAN I JUST A FEW MORE DAYB1-EFT--STOP! LOOK" Clothing licgnlnr 518.00 Suit. Now HegularSaO.OO Sitil. Now Hcgulnr .00 Sail. Xow Hcgulnr 530.00 Suit.' Now ncguliir Suit. Now f Heg'iilnr Ovcrcgnl. Now Kefiulnr 520.00 Ovcrcoal. Hcgulnr 0 Now Regular Overcoal. Now Hogiilnr Ovcronal.' Now I.nlcsi style livening Dress Suit, Hcgulnr price Furnishings r 7qc.Tics; Regular -7 Now'.. Regular :.OOV pressing Regular rNbw V...40J '..'.35c 43.25'. And'tijiosl of olhcr useful Vir.liclcs for men sucli ers, Cuff .Links, Belts, Silk Large Variety flf Neckwear other things Chrislmas'Giflvtop 'numerous to mention. Working Togs r Slq.OO'Sliccp Flogiilni- Kcgulnr Sheep Lined .Coals. Now Hcgnlar 51 iQO Cgrclurpy Rpgiilar Hbgulnr Flaiinol Now.......... Megnlaf Sliirls.. HegulRr Wprk'ing Mills. -Now iicjgulor Workiiig Gaunflcls. Now...... Kogiijar. Grey Now ..J.I. SO'.. CORNE RELIABLE CLOTHIERS-OPPOSITE STARLAND ;