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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .1'11'K Lfe' OAtt'f ttlflRAYA) Saturday. July nd commerce. "We aie he "nent on, "a ereign power, and do not wish 10 be can'a such There Is but one source of sovereignty, and Canada, at least, is not the one to sunder the bond makes the sovereignty common to us all We arc the complement of each other f'The Flirting Musicil Comtdy 'Without' doubt- the best l corned) hero this was 'The Kllrting Princess." produced ut [llie Majestic Theatre last evening bo fore an audienco 'which filled tho tho atro pretty.well not since Mort. Singer ga from Sturiand" here which drew' hige business, but in the-preseut vehicle which Mr. Siuger presents ;hta efforts in the former pltiy. As a ..matter of fact "Tho Flirting Princess" Is above the avenge mublc.il lomedies There is much iiieritoriqus music iu tho piece, which is fuujklj speaking very wojl constructed and moreover, company is one of, unusual -strength and ability, anil the -singing of the chorus Is remark- ably clear' aud full of on the uhpte The is dhnled into tfiQ long acts tthich for an instant dug Ham Bulger still tlie siutto reliable .comedian and in- fuses lots .of ginger, into his work, which is conspicuous for1 Us absence of It is so easy-for a com- edian to resort to borse'play. but Mr. Biiiger relies on his ability to draw u laugh legitimately.': .In the character Sport Bangs, Mr. Bulger kept the audience.in.continuous merriment, hit, song in the second act, "What ut, pooi girls go through being receded witlr-j tremendous enthusiasm. Miss Helen Darling in the role of the Prlncets sang and acted JMiss Dar Hug has an attracts e stagepresence, and possesses unusual -.ability peculiarly fitted for the higher class of: musical comedy. Miss Kilee Sherid in wns terv effective m the part of rlnfsilla In her ehauicter Studies this young lady revealed much mimetic talent, followed-by'.her song Hit ''The Crlooniy Glooms." Jlisi Fuller provoked; tlie audience tense amusement in her portrayal of the-character oft Aranfnita Bangs, her giotesquue actions being evcniciac Juglv funnv The "Egvpthn Turkey at "the'end'Ot the first act was amusing although it a nev, Kind Of "troL" The Crescent C-ity Four rendered a couple of quartettes pleased the audience Taking the on the tthole it must be praised for its uniform excellence. The Majestic oughl to be crowded to tjie doors tonight, as the pjece ue senes it It is aielief lo find a grea m (the class of p being at the Majestic MAJESTIC THEATRE A. G DELAMATER -Offer. GEOKtiE BARR McCUTCHEON'S Beverly of Graustark f I i A Four Act Dramatization Famous Novel by ROBERT M, BAKER WEDNESDAY, JULY 10TH Complete Scenic Production Strong Acting. Company Gorgeous Costumes Exactly preientad in Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver and all the principal Canadian i PRICES: 75c and 5Oc. Next Attraction, July 12, "TEXAS RANGER" DETAILS OF THE WEST INDIES TRADE PACT "Beverly" Next Wednesday Leslie, the famous tliamati' nit c o' the Chicago News in isiiew nig 'George BarrflMcCutcheon s Bei WTites as follows "George Ban McCufcheon s spark ling lomante 'lieverly' has been quisiteli transformed In the scholar 'ly HobPrt V -Baker into a. delightfu play which was introduced io an at tentne and enthusiastic audience at the StuflebaKer last The beau titul stage pictures followed one after the other.and unique and costly The scenes aie jnquant, exciting and full of romance In the third act there is a flue 'Anthoni Hope' solt of battle scene Tuth three against one which Is quite as pulsing and genulnoK thrilling 'as am thing lothern or HacKett used to do Every jmute detail of the production is ex- act, elegant anil gratifjmg and for WOMAN SICK FOB YEARS Other Women to Know How Finally Restored to Health. Hammond, good considering the What Canada Gives anc Receives Under the new Agreement Tuly followips; he customs changes provided lor he preferential agreement reached be iween Canada and tUe British Indies -Islands It is agreed between the menL of the Dominion and the .ments of the colon lea (J) On all goods enumerated in scueduleA, being the produce or man nfacture of Canada imported into of the mentioned colonies, the duties of customs shall not at any time be more than foifr fifths of the duties imposed iji on aim ilai goodo uhen irapoited irom antagea of thia agreement into a sea or rner port nf Canada ProUdcd should the dis iietionMieiein in inted bo-at any time exercised hr the of Can ids proMsmn ahall he made in ontiacU entered into with steam hips -libsidized by the Dominion Cool as a Cucumber. vGOES, between ports ifi Canada nnd 01 ts in the colonies, which are par- ies 10 Uiis agreement for an effective ontrol of rates of freight (7) This agreement shall be subject o the approval of the parliament of lanada and of% legislatures of je mentioned colonten and of he secretary of stmie for the colonies nd upon such approval being given, shall 'be brought Into operation at THE HOW PIYSIOAN (2) Tariff Item pealed, (3) So as lo provide that upon arrowroot the produce of inj of the said colonies Imported the Do minion of Canada, the of cus tom-a shall not exceed -50 cents per 100' pounds. (d) H Is imoVrstood that the Can adinn customs tariff 13n B ihall not be affected by section of this agreement before the ;eml of Deccm- 1914, uhon the taaid tariff item expires a id that the said tariff item shall not be thereafter continued while thH agreement is in force It is also umlers-tood thftt in determin- i ing the rAtea of duty oh i Roods under jajd 2 the rates provided for in said tariff item J15-W ahall not (3) The concussions grunted under sectionn 2 Canarlfl to of the above mentioned shall be extended lo other colonies enumerated Ip JL> for a Ptrfcap If tKt children, int Ac llwavi ate exactlj the right of euctly tie right ihingi, at JUH the proper itw in every other way obeyed the relei health, there would be no uckness in the fimily, and BO netd But they IKTCT btve prokiWr i tvety family there are Hire i or Ina (injuiut of tick biinmeai, comdnte, nrf kidney atd Km troabln, at iriplll, illy mme one ra It H i good deal to the MlktV, then, to hive on hand that perfectly u6 ind itliible remedy for lOi Dr. Mone'a RM Nb. TVy orpua wMcli tlc.nic the body of watte imawWei, rcgiiliting the boweii, nimnlalwt tit kidneys and opening the porei oftlic law. Thw ZV. MmS, Mia Hilt cure the comrnoo the firmly healthy. they -h Joing (or over hilf f. IKtJ p.rt of the world. 250. at ill deilm or from W, H, Cewiock Co., Lii. Ott. -1 (LOOK) "i __ PACKETS" 8TILL THBV COME" THE JAVORITE Clear as Crystal (LOOK) r July 10 and II REDEMPTION July lOind 1! A three-Reel .subject tint (IN THfcEE REELS) l impress "STABLAND' right on jour heait Jolj 12 anil IJ CLIFTON R> WOOLDRIDGE Joly 12 ind 13 HOLMES" The norld famed Crlmmologlit, Author, Actor llluitriting bis. thrilling and excltlns ventures during ms ZO year'j Service at i..tncriiber of The Chicago Police diieft) CATCHING IN 17-18 This is the Beit Yet You be sitiified' with eeelnk this ONCE you will come Time, and Bring Your Frlandi time as may be agreed upon be tween the contracting parties by a proclamation to be published in the Canada Gazptte and In the official gazette of each of the said colonies this agreement shall have been m force for a period of 10 years, it ma> be terminated by anj- one of. the parties theieto (In tespect of such partj) at the end of after the day, upon which notice ahull have been ghen bj the dcsulng such termination In' testimony whereof the said signed this agreement in decempHcate T Done W Ottawa this ninth da> of April in the year of our Lord, one ihouBand, nine, .hundred- and Schedule A Schedule of Canadian goodi to 07 the benefits of the cm 'erentlal tariff when'Imported into the colonv canned Billed or smoked. Filh, pickled Meats, aaHed or canned Meats, fresh and Wheat, flour Indian meal Rolled oats and oatmeal Cereal foods. Bran and pollard Bread and biscuits of all kinds "tieana'and peaa, whole or'split Coal, bUumlnous Butter Cheese Lai tt Haj Horaea, cOtt 3, oxen bulls, sheep, .Aine and poultry (living) Brooms bruihes v Boots and shoes and slippers Cot dage Agricultural inachiner> and implo- menti of an kinds iron and Hteel nails spikes, riveU, and clinches vi'ire (including barhed in- cluding wire, fencing and met tl gates 'Machinery (including iriotor and electric machinery and electric dental appll- of alt kinds Including automobiles and motor Manufactures of India rubber. Paints, colors and varnishes Paper of all kinds atltt nianufac turrj of paper.' of alt kinds, Including onions, and canned I tables Soap, Hnuse, office, clbinet or atore fuml tiire of, wood, Iron or other incjuiling MRh cas-i keta, -ctiflkftt. robci and linings and i "planjtjj, deals, boards, Joists, scant lings, QhfngleBi shocks etaveo, and headjng f Qoore, pnd blinds organs 'I alines, and tool bags and of all kinds Cement. J bottles, lamps, lamp cbim- nejs, and table glnsswaie NIckic plated', gilt 01 electro plated wa.re Calcium Caibidc oil cake and linseed oil battled fruits Condensed milk Schedule ot West Indian products to the, benenltapof th.c c in imported into r molauii vjfft oana wiJ tii ft all Jclodj. jtaplfalt and manjak cotton .'seed cotton seed Cotton ttoi oil, Rice .uncloaned, rice cleaned rloe flour -and rice meal ahd rice bran i x t i Oils, coal and kerotent, di-jeillert or refined corpa and coioanirt -Rubber raw and balata Bulln. 'Loguood and logwood extract -Annato. i 4 Turtle ahell, unmanufactured Ginger, n-jtmege and spices, On- ground Arrowroot. Bslt. Sponges Vegetables, fieeli of all klnds- Taploca and caasava. laploca and cassavn flour Honey and beea wax Oih and csseqtlata, Including oil and. otto of Cattle feed containing molaasaa. Pcanuta and kola nuts L uncut. Timber or luniber of nooil not fur ther manufactured than aaon or tpllt. Timber or lumber vf dressed. Vanilla beans, Papaine 4 t, Ume juict, fruit a; run fruit IthHpjt Goods, 'with, duty, 'rom any ''foreign i Cocoa i beapu, not roftatftd, 'crushed if (round, than 75c per 100 pounds and concentrated, not refined, not lais than So per gal n. hime Jiilcf, rresh, than 10 >er cent ad valorem. u Bermuda, British Hondur- 'as, Grenndn, Jamaica, Newfoundland GUttNM WESTIRN CEKHENAKY THE GREATEST OF THE WESTS GREAT EXCURSIONS FROM EVERYWHERE ;