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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, January W. B. Sberman, Mgr. CIND iday and Saturday and F ivI3l rav A Wonderful Girl 'Show fascinating Girls Songs 1000 Laughs- laying at The Biggest and Most Costly Show Ever in Canada 497 ignis in Chi 283 Nights In New York Orange Girls ".Go, see World "Best of musical Province Prices Night: Harry Usk as Lady Leslie in as -largely attended by IposTornce-appropriation bI2 from every pare of Canada. r Joiy 1. all icau'ca.rs -fci tiie.Pionse ex Con-rGoas yester-j be of: tla? tie 3ri2l5ter of Public V.'orks dis-; present; MIDRED AT G itusrsiate railroads slz2.il i KE MAJESTIC MONDAY To "cure two stage-struck maidens "Sands 0T -and "Huntingiow- the latter a duct, sung as'an en- core with iN'.iss Crawford, are always i ne oz this. subject i sooa tie house met and caniin-j the estimates for an addition j of desire for tiie footlights, two! favorites. Mr. MacDonalrt shini-s as parliament men, w.Ho_are_ interested in the much as a raconteur as a singer, and ;y 3 o'cioct The ne- prorisict- 2Qr 2ifCCi: ti- -FREE ENTRY FOR LHasgovr. Jan. j girls, impersonate celebrat-ad theatri- rs, -and try to frighten or tcerefrom form a fun- i vLL i cat Daily dis; d be a I >ro Hou or contract under plans fGr Canada if a31 Der food j cations arisin ett by general. This: 5tu'fs materials could secure plot, through which a num-j as tar as the posicffic- c-onHnit-i entIT icto American markets." I Ser ol musical gems are introduced.. zee desired to 50. but it the cf'the tist 2 d-efinite tiine -unitT -3Ie5k. lo-cal registrar of the very humorously, when related his expert- "Bibbetihob" in NOT S8 B! TO-NIGHT i his avoirdupois in the action neccs- as to the of cars sbouli High Court, at Port Arthur, nzed. j Ont, is MAJESTIC THEATRE W. SHERMAN. PHONE 646. One -Xight Onlr'MOXDAT. -TAX. 30 C. WALKER pres-nting the Sparkling. Musical-Comedy J THE MUSICAL PLAY.UNUSUAL THE SEASON'S COMEDY SUCCESS WliH THE FAMOUS ENGLISH, AND THEIR SPECIAL ORCHESTRA "It's Hard to Love Just On- Girl Aii th: "The "Qlp'ry "Msn, Man. Msn.- "Whistle As You and'other soTehita. Elaborately staged with beautlfni costumes and special aosnery. P R! c and tne whole is presented under the nue "Managing .Mildred." sary to the song. Miss Bertha Crawford has a so- Acts Like a Little Broth is the Way English Paper Puts it A "B Ah-Sinq and The Greasers The Great La Barr (Ths 2Cth Century Won.tier.) Co, ous Fire Dsncs and others. March. prano voice of good compass, and she well sustained trills in j London, Jan. J. Lawrence The English Opera Singers, with Bishop's Lo, Here, the Geiitle stated that the list of articles covered tsetr special orchestra are featuring! Lark." wuti tne production, which comes In Miss Mildred Gordon the i is far more reaching than was anti- nartv j cipated. nere on -Monday next, January 30, for has an accomplishtd -reciter. In i one night only. It is a clear case of results One must not close humorous ert distinctly in "Mrs. Batf Famous the Up-Side-Down ate the Canadians, it wouid be the Canadian-parliament all arranremsnW I providing tangible benefits, j The Pall Mall Gazette-says: ''While _ 7-'e may deplore signs of Canadian .1 he London Express ma second ar-1 ahsorptlon fnto a non sucess of the carirrer's here. Don't Like It coming together. and serious pieces she scor- j Uieir ourselves ars largaly I Hclc aays that the more they look] no "title tly, being-equally -at home ito hlame- ChamberJain's on the agreement the ieas they like it. j impose "censure nr ren-Pt." 1 seven years equally xvas and POW- inrs. i. Mrs. H.'R. MacDonl aid "was'a skilful anil symp3t.j-.ciic ac-j j com pan i st. on "BILi_Y TAYLOR" impose censure or 'All is equalitv in treat- racnt. arc no longer the most! Spectator Endorses nation. Jt is a very heavy' TbG Spectator says: "It. is only v our trade with the Dominion.! ttlose accept the fallacy that Uur two most powerful neigrbors re-! t-rncle depended GIJ political relations itaiu all tho advantages of a who tto policy of linking tae {'tariff with mtiUial benefits from freej artificial bonds. If Can- i trade. It is the thickest, end of a iada gradually approaches L'alamo'JB wodge has ever driv-j iikc frec trade States ail so mach the better." _ _ Little Brother and was -quaiiy popular la j pnla and Boston, wnero it was pre- i sented t'or twenty-two consecutive I j weeks. Manager Cbas. A. Goettler I nas ttils season provided a cast for grand 1 "A Stubborn Cinderella" that gives j and Thursday nt the Majestic Theatre, talking like a very little one. The TUe Times is impressed with the Details or the massacre of the fed Promlses that it shall be a great sue-! McKInlcy tariff threw Canada back j deep and enduring significance of the era! troops, under General ColdoraaU show be vras left when bis soldi.era The Telcgrapn dwells significantly en Canada into ihc arms of" the s i tne possibility of s-ich an agree- j erican republic audr Is a dangerous i a few years ago. The United j precedent." fiarper. is producing: this j States then would only talk to Canada! and cnmic opera next along the lines of a big brother b-.it is I Tines Not SL-rpriscd LED INTO A TRAP yrin Jose, ilex., via Marfa. Tox., .Tan, It added charm. Cort ;tne Icarf.ag part, anrt the pnnia don- j ceSs frtm standpoint, and he is on herself and the consequences were argeement with the Uniiod States.! received cer-j tgciay. s naroie is In the bands of Hazel Kirkc. leaving no stone unturned to malco it j literally astounding for Canada sufl-; The United States has considerably! witt but 115 meu. w.._.. I A olg cnorus of show girls with good j one of the grandest locai musical! denly became a nation. This is no--sacrificed 'ts historic attitude in re-[ WCTO ied Into an icsurrection trap VOICRS and pretty face.i adds much to-j shows ever nut on In the city. Seven-1 better understood than at j sard ?.o continental trade and Canadn) Tfie revoluttonaiT loss wni f SI1CCCSS- A tr-rive people take part, special! and there it is recognized Has so far modified her ancient fears j MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE'646. s COMIC OPERA BILLY TAYl j Jl a >l a s Will be presented by ths Musical Dramatic Club of the Conservatory ct Music Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 1 and 2 75------P E Rr O H M E RS-----75 MAfOENS, SOUDIER3. VfLLAGERS AND SAILORS PRICES SwU on tale at Box Office i tte "Don't he with me." "If they'd only left Adam's rib alone." "Uon't be anybody's moon but 'Tin In love wits al! the girls I and "Love me just because." "A Stub-1 Cinderella'- will be the offering j at the .Majestic Theatre on Friday and i{ riaturcay, February and 4. THE H. RUTHVEN MACDONALD j CONCERT PARTY' Tho-c who visited the Maiesiic las: nigh; wrnt ifi anticipation o; listcnvic; to a musical trrai, and in ifcis tnry wrrc r.o; disappointc-ii. Mr. IT. j R'-'lvrrn N'arPor.aid ciTectualk re-; ;V." ni strip, power i rmo'Jnnal expression. ans smoothness and roniroi of sinp- i ir.g. His 'hose of a S popular nature, jjoniti suoli as ths i grain from Aloerta j and Fielding's explan-j jatlon means that the value of Can-; 'ada's preference to the BrlMsh manu-1 'acuirer is considerably reducecl in j certain cases. The present agreement 1 also with France and Germany 5s aj plain Intimation that Canada's'policy of preference 5s subject to modifica-i tlon by the pressure of circumstances.] Without desiring to exaggerate the! political effect it is ihcontesMhle that i j the part'ai remowxl of Tno barrier! j from the line- across the North Am- i ertcars continent is wholiy political land artificial and must ter.den- FOR PALE BY RED CROSS BOOK STORK ctes which however goo.1 themselves, arc neither British or Imperial. The Leader ftcclares that the agree- ment Js another Csinadian irndn fltep and denies tbat British trade will he utifalrir prejudiced. If there la one thing which woulj hclv ro alien- ;