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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 Li: I 11 l>RTD fx JZ HER mores Kadinlsiy. January 4. 101,1 r" The Deacon's Troubles" -AND- A Temperamental Husband" Two Bright and Snappy Comedies J -QTHtR GOOD FEATURES-3 ^Balkan War Wil SHOWING The Battle of Lule Burgas a i \TKI('AI, FD1,KS anpnrentlv �: who have attended (lie various lo mil care a straw as | T"l,i wl" adl,1�' '"""''"S "u' K,'!KS�" ;>\r liiintl gave two charily concerts. one lor tlie Titanic sufferers and the other for the poor nl' (ho city. A concert for the benefit, of the hospital also given. The work of the band lias attracted much attention and it. is to'be hoped the public will he very j liberal, in its encouragement. To Mr. ("line and his players wt; wish the lust of good tucl; tor the coming year. A summary of the business of the; '�and furnished by Mr. ('line works] cu: as follow*: ! new mmifoetus ......... ? laiO.oo 1- open air concerts...... 7."Hi.ill) J Saved Agricultural Assn. .. (500.00 l o wlia; kind of sonss they send footlights. A utfk iiyo. it y p,";vi!�*j: ('> witness .'i play �u> uieatro. Between the acts members of-the company con-d popular soups which lent to cM-nins'.-: t'litirtainiuyiii. however, who seem to have much respect for lit..;- e' ihv audience, as she ti;:\ il-u'ting >vi'!i iiit. aiti'.ets in n. tuiiiliij; that if you went there . Now f Morris Theatre TO-NIG ft At S.30 p.m. MEOLL PKKFOR M A \"( 'F. OF MISS TEKNA FELTOX -'. AND THE ALLEN PLAYERS IN\ SB r IQOW A SCREAMING FARCE COMEDY SPECrAL SONGS BY MISS HUDARS PRICES .Book your'seats early V MORRIS THEATRE Three v Wme Big Acts is Only VAUDEVILLE COMPANY Commencing Monday, January 6 A company of Refined Versatile Artists, from the Leading London Jlusic Halls. va: in i tril'-.i \ .u b 'i'lien did no ike f, s.lU- tiea you would be lonesome, etc. humorous > oh".- in a song way be, all right, b :: v. hen this. sci't of thing: is introduced it is about time to ob- ; jeet. Some people '.vf know do not i believe tiit.it- is such a place as Ilea- I >cti or ilell. or that there is even a j (iod. I; is stisj.uested that it you so to I the theatre you must be prepared to : accept an>thing tliat-is said or done . there. With iliat view I do uot agree, . On the eon;rat7. my experience with| actors atnl actresses evferids far back. ! and io the credi: of many of thesr-. peo \ pie. I may sa\ that they would prompt- I !\ discountenance introducing such j tactics as those to which reference-' ha* alreaii> be> u .made. 1 care r.of ; what the aet-ivss may think of my at-! - tltiide towards her on the subject: | the fact will ui\va> s remain that such I .'conduct w fir come in for sh;-v"p criti j cism from uiy pen. What is t j of talking about, elevating the stage j if you are going to allow people who � ought to know inner 'to stand up and ridicule tlu- life beyond the grave. The -, fuel that the song; was sung" by an actress makes no difference even ! a!' hough someone may advan.ee the ! idea tiiat if an actor had sung It ihe i effect would have been, less pronounced. The truth of the matter is that no person 'with any -sense of refinement wv>uld have sung such a song. 1 know that there:- will be certain individuals who will sneer ut this criticism, but if such persons will only consider the situation seriously they will tind that the real way to elevate the drama is to keen ever before the mind tb-e essentials relating- to refinement. It an actor or actress cannot win applause in a legitimate manner' without resorting to vulgarity, theu it is high time r.o pack up and seek some other occupation-and I care not ' Less bandmaster's services At baud's credit 1fi:>0.00 1.000.00 $S 50.00 eatre Canada's Finest Photo Play House This Beautiful New Theatre Will Be Opened 6th Monday Program to be Announced Later This is the Most Lu able Theatre in therCity "Just What You Have Been Waiting For � Usual Prices At the Morris There was again a full house to see the Allen Players in "The Regeneration." The play itself deals wilh life in the underworld, and -while the characters themselves are of the rough class, yet it does not follow that coarse, vulgar language need be used. Mr. Geo. Xucco's portrayal of Conway, the tough, was extremely good, and of ail ihe characters Mr., Zucco has played i:> the different, bills I stUutmS feiis; [ its doors will be jealously guarded. ; j The building is substantially fitted up; START A CAMPAIGN GERMAN NIGHT LIFE | .WOMEN | AGAINST Ask Aid of Their Sex in Putting Stop - to Revels They Claim Work | . Injury to Nation j '' Berlin. Jan. 3.-The new spacer De- \ S.fence prints an appeal from German ! women to German women asking ihem [ to do their utmost to oppose tn>- grow- j ing.craze for night life at. the capital, j T-vhich, it is claimed, is -sapping the; Tita'lify of the young women" ami aiuii  hilating the martial virtues. The j/;o! clamation says: nerve?; "We women are Germany' the in^u ar.e its muscle. "U"e -Tiave. .the power to lend the muscles- the necessary strength to maintain Germany's poi'ltiou in th->vorid, and 'the realizatio-n work of the City I Baud a.nd its conductor, 'Mr. ('line, ! during the year 1012 may not he amiss J | at this time. In the spring of last.! j year the band purchased a neat um- j i form at a cost of some $(io0. Twelve ' . open air concerts were given in Gait I Park which if paid for at the regular i rate would amount to $700. By* liav-I ing an eliicient band in the city the ; exhibition authorities do uot have ' import, a band at an extra expense of I at least ?C')0-ail this at. a cost, to the city of SloOO i bandmaster's salary). , The band are now engaged in btiild-i jug up a fiiitd for the purchase of a ; full set of high class silver plated in-. Mi'uments at a cost of about, $1500. at Vaudeville at the Morris On Monday next, the tith insf.. the Rex Vaudeville Company commences a limited engagement for three nights at this theatre. The company is present a1' composed of Donald McGregor, Scotch The elec-> comedian, whose clever and excellent most up-1 interpretation of Harry Laude.' 's latest successes, and of other well-known ffcotch ineJudies, has aroused the greatesfN>nthusiasm amongst Scottish people in all the towns visited up till now by tins company; Miss Edith Wilma, prima donna contralto of high repute: Dave Caston, styled as London's most eccentric', comedian and scare crow da-ac.er; -Miss Marian Yale, dramatic songs: Karl Milton, in military songs and baton spinning; Harry Lancaster, baritone vocalist: Harry C. Willis, in a first-class musical and �\entrilouuisi. act. The performance '�! closes with the screarning comedy farce, "Mistakes Will Happen." PARKS FOR THE PEOPLE ; Pa .-is. .Ian. :s.-The City Council lit-| day. by.:�- rote' of to S, decide,) to ;;it>iui:e from :^e. government the for-':;: illations and adjacem milirary zone, Iv.liieh ji is � protfo.-.en to trai's-;l'orui in-j to parks and recreatiou grounds. "The Sergeant's Son" at the Monarch � A genuine feature in assured pat-ions of this cony theatre tonight. "The Sergeant's Son," by the famous Bison 101. Ranch Company, is the lieadliner. '.pense to _ the city. The instru-! T))js subjet-.t is a real westerner, full of the spirit of the west, and abounding in thrilling situations at all times during the two reels. The programme is well balanced by the addition of a splendid comedy. A good bouse should greet tin's excellent bill: it will linger in the memory as a treat. j no j inents .will be the. property of the men : in the band and they hop* for suffic-| lent, patronage ut I heir Sunday even-s in� concerts to enable them to be able ; io niace an order for them early in j the spring. That the band is making I its way. cannot, be denied and ,as those Pi h0 ///// m/'i' if; Moijr*s Chocolates fiave an individuality fthat is unrnistakeable. We select the^ ' cocoa beans-roast, husk and clean them1 -add the cocoa butter and cane sugar-and flavor with vanilla beans. The1 WHOLE is then put through a. grinding] process for hours, which refines every particle and renders our chocolate coating absolutely smooth, giving it that Individual delicious flavor. The chocolate is then applied to the many varieties of centers-packed in attractive boxes and offered to you as thp finest chocolates on the market. 1 Moire Limited HALIFAX. CANADA. S3 "The Song of the Beii" Originally produced as a cantata at a concert of the Larnot.'i'eiix' Orchestra in Paris more than ai quarter of a century ago, Vincent d'Tn-dy's setting; of Schiller's poem, "The Song of the IJell," has just been given as an opera at the Theatre de la -Moiuiaie, Hrusseis, and, it appears, with a marked degree, of success. It was villi this work that d'lmlv in 188-1 won the City of Paris' prize. The opera is designed in eight scenes, which depict the life story of ! .Schiller's bell-iV/imder, and in Urus-j sels Directors lyufieraUi and Guide i have gone to the limit of expense at ; their command to make tiic production elaborate anil effective. With a company and chorus of "180 participating, the composer, who after superintending all the dcatails at the. rehearsals conducted the first per-l'ornvaucp, received the customary tribute before the curtain from - the rutdietict!. And now London may hear the work ere long. Meanwhile the rumor persists in ' 'S Wardour street, | London, Eng., have just acquired a superb Stradivarius of the grand period in wonderful preservation. Jt had been lying idle in a Scotch, nobleman's family for very many yea &. * * * I'm Surprised! ! ! Mine. Nordica, the operatic prima donna, says she is the possessor of an obesity cure, the secret of which she refuses to disclose because, as she explains, "My husband is a -business ji.a&; he is convinced that T can make a fortune out of It." In the interests of "too-too-solid" artistes, Jlmt. Ncr-dica. lor her husband) should not bo so selfish. In that connection there is a good story of the late Alnie. Par-epa. who married Carl Rosa, the operatic impressario. The lady, as Sir Charles Halle puts it, 'o'as of "colossal size," and on one occasion she was taking the part of Zerlina in "Pra Diavolo," when in the bedroom scene Zerlina undresses and remains clad in white, Mine, Pa.repa looked simpiy enormous. Standing before Hie mirror admiring herself, she had to utter the unfortunate words: "There really is not much amiss When you can boast of a figure such as this." The house roared with laughter, yet at the close of the performance the lady was heard asking why the people had laughed so much! w � * Hammerstein Opera Welcome Opera by Mr. Hammerstein it) Kug-lish or in whatever language he may prefer to give it will be welcome. There is now a greater field for his activities than ever before among patrons who love opera for opera's sake regardless of $2000 tenors, and who would be expected to, support a season of opera at popular prices and artistically presented, whether as "educational" or by any other name.-New York World. * * �  An Expurgated "Herodiade" for Chicago ' Pear of the pplico.has caused the management of the Chicago Opera to "tone down" the Massenet "Herodiade." When Mm worlc'is'sung there no head of John the Baptist will be shown and expurgations will be made in the love scene and paselonate duet by John and Salome. These, emendations are made despite' strenuous objections from Carolina White and Chas. Dalmores, who. will sing Salome and John. � *  Kreisler, the Soldier,' Furnishes Text for Peace Lecture The fact that, in case Austria is drawn into war as the result, of the situation in the Balkans, Fritz Kreisler, the famous' vidlliilpl',' will be trailed upon io substitute the sword for the violin furnished a text lor Tiarou-ess Beri.a von Sutf.iier when she lectured on the. evils of war last week in the Berkeley Lyceum, New York. "Among the. terrible effects of the present Balkan 'war is this," nhe said, "that all the -forces, all the faculties of a great centus may -be sacrificed to this madness of universal slaughter." * * *. k Books of Music for Teachers The publishing house of G. Schinner, New York, is publishing for the use of teachers a series of volumes AJESTIC THEATER 3 Nights, Commencing Jan. 6th SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF 'C0RBIN/ The Human Dynamo AN AN EXCELLENT EVENING OF mis now on SI.'PPORTKI.) BY COMPANY OF TALENTED ASSOCIATES IN MYSTERr. ENTERTAINMENT am. MIRTH POPULAR PRICKS sale at Ke'ir-.y & Allin's Drug ,fc Book Store DAVE CUST0N, at the Morris Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Next Week contaitiiii;, beading 'The toire." graded and also a sit ing Teacher's bred pieces under the Piano Teacher's Reper-I troiu easy to difficult. �: tor the EXT 15 DAYS Everything Reduced HUFNER, sh^., Phone 1512 fl � 9 (f) ;