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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 1HEJJiTHBRktitiK DAILY HERALD Friday, Jiily u Cool As A Cucumber Clear As Crystal BIQ WE.EK-END PROGRAM A String of Pearls A suggestive picture Unit is mount to stiiiuilutu A-lmimuiVanit-sympathetic slory of the .working classes us they tiro today. The Higher Romantic Drama. The onjire gbbd western IMiploiilays. Here is'-.u griping '.subject, powerful in plqlund porirjiyed iu-.-Uie-hcftrt of Uie wCsi. Stenographer Wanted A Brisk. Active [he "Ever Funny" JOHN BUNNY. SPECIAL, (Let me Call you Miss Olive'Richards and W.. Little ACQUIRE JLAND ANOTHER CITY PARK Suggestion Made at Board of Trade Council ing of First Avenue is Strongly Council Will be Interviewed MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF i Miss Constance Cnnvley and HER.COMPANY OF ALL STAR.-.LONDON-PLAYERS, Mi1. Arthur Maude By special ipquest PRICES.SLOP, 75c., and 50c. OrrSale at Rochon's Coming yvecfc-of July 22nd, IN K.INEMACOLOR" The Eighth Wonder of the '-World The Marriage of Kitty Margaret' Jliington Loves Home Life "1 think it most important that.wo- men -players should, have as- much possible in ,says Margaret-IHmgton. who will be seen at the Majestic Theatre on Snt- .urday evening, July 1'Oth, in her'new play, "Kindling.' "Actresses should have .their 'own homes where they n balance, and in my opinion the home is the best of all. Their she forgets the fictitious values of life and lives lien.nafcural self." .Miss Illington and her fliie company will arrive in the city on Saturday af- ternoon. The seat sale for the en- gagement is at Rochon's At weekly council meet- iug of the Board otf'l'rftde held in the oflice of President Cuuningham last evening several matters ofximiibrtance came up for discussion. Business Men's Delegation A. Kip toy, manager of the Bentley Co.. who appeared on behalf of cer- tain husiuess men. -brought- up the question of paving First- avenue iron Fifth street .to the depot, Mr, lUplej thought that owing to, the-heavy na ture of the trafficAoir First seemed only the paving: o that street should he attended to.a once. Another business man 'though1 1 the paving should go further, while j Mr, Long, c-f tho Western Transfer Co.. also took exception to the condi tion of the road. Robert Sage said that Ulock seven has ahvays-been i busy section the Mr Conyheare thought there appeared to be a nigger on the fence somewhere as all tiie improvements seemed to he drift-ing east. In the past the C. P. R. bad done their share in the city's development and thoujrht it was a disgrace that, the should have been so Far'short sighted in their uolicy o' civic improvements Mr. Conyb-eare thought.'there seemed to be neglect on thfe part of the people iu not reading" The'byla'ws when they. THIS GIHL A PHENOM Lo-ndon, July six-year old girl Freda Pockett, 06 Market llarborough in Leicester, across Dover Bay half a mile wide yesterday, in IS min- utes. The child is-three feet tall ere 'advertised regarding the paving which Is now going.on, in the city Mr. RipleyVid-en, was to'have a case prepared for submission to the coun- cil dealing with the paving of the street running parallel with the de- pot. The-traffic-GIT First avenue was very heavy and it seemed only just that that street should be paved. It meant a great deal In the way of im- pressing favorably all the city. A, B, Stafford was of the opinion that one strong delegation napresent- ve of the business men and citizens of the-city should the King Emperor of fifty thousand British' and Indian troops, the most thrilling, scene enacted at the Durbar, etc ARE INITIATING CANAPA Inly House to- aj passed the bill to create a depart- ment of Jabor, the of hall a place in the cabinet The measure long has been pressed or- amzed labor and now goes to the ienate. A i London, July Britain protested against tho establishment of an opium farm in -Yun Nan under UfHcial auspices, according to tho Pekin Correspondent of Ihfr Mail Tho object of th< authorities in with thisi. farm SB tha export'of opinm io French-lado-Cblna. "The Passport" of N IN II LIXGTOX The Supreme Dramatic Sensation Kindling By Charles Kenyon Original Great Cast From Daly's Theatre, N. Y.. and Cort Theatre, Chicago A play with a thrilling, throbing and full of A Detective Thief Play that will make women think and will elevate men', U MUs Illington's first appearance in western Canada. Prices: 50c to Seat Sale Now It was somewhat in the mtme descent; from Parnassus -.when the members, of the .Ccnstancc; Crawtey appealed in 'The Passport" the Majestic Theatie last evening' The play AV'iis'a disappointing one, be ing something bet-ween corned} and farce. Jt approached nearer the sec- ond particularly in1 the first act where it was'a screaming farce, screaming in thc.: literal sense of.the .word. How- ever, .the subsequent- in a measure the shortcomings of.the players, and possibly ro[ the author. The appearance of Miss of: Arthur Maude on the stage in some degree, relieved a situation which, was I more noisy than funnj, and of further interest there was in th< play .was centred on the two -princi pals, and "the other fellow, poo Mr. Greenwood. To the latte character a good deal of humor was lent by .Clinton Moore. After what was seen of Miss Craw ley in the previous plays presented it cannot ?be said (hat the part bl Mrs. D'Arcy, afterwards Mrs. Green wood; was exactly suited to her..; It may be that she was not called upon o do anything particularly great icnce the failure the impres she .had .previously done. ,How- ;vcr, she acquitted herself with.crcd- t in whatever she was called upon to i. -Whatever could be got. out of the iart. of Ferdinand Sinclair, afterwards rd Hlbary, was made, the .most of Arthur Maude. Clip acting aHogfihW fc juds d by the standard of and Bclocting it; probably, there was the dca of "a night off" fifler the more serious exertions of previous perform- ances, None the leas, (he company will be remembered by Its patrons as .one of capable the thfiatrc-goiug public of have'bad tlit; pleaiure oC.wilncniDg. Majestic Theatre Pne week trgl Mon. Evg. July 22 MATINEES DAILY THEREAFTER A-T 300; AT I 4S. Engagement Eighth .Wonder o" ths .World THE GLORIOUS, GLITTERING, ORIENTAL PAGA'ENT MOTION PICTURES OWiV COLOK8 'OF THE CROWNING OF KING GEORGE and QUEEN MARY IN INDIA, AMID SCENES OF BARBARIC SPLENDOR OUOfilES THE "ARABIAN A J30.000.00 .PRODUCTION- v VERY IMAGINATION OUTDONE" As Presented. Before their .Majesties in London and T- H. the Duke and. Ducheli of Conniuffht in PRIC'ES: Evenings 76c, SOe, 2Sc; Mstinees Heals