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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRTDdE DAILY HERALD Page 5 W. B. Sherman, Manager Phone 646 The Dramatic Event of the Season. First Appearance Here of England's Greatest Emotional Actress THE ENGLISH BERNHARDT (Liebler Co., Managers) in 1 V; veiyn v auaray By Henri Bernstein, author of The, Thief Adapted bu Louis N.Parker Staged by Ben Greet and Gallery 75 VJ. B. SHERMAN, Mgr. PHONE 546. FREDERICK SH1PMAN PRESENTS ALBERT CHEVALIER ENGLAND'S GREATEST CHARACTER ACTOR Assisted By Edna Blanche S ho waiter---------- j Myron W. Whitney John Hoiliday PIANIST Gallery 75c SEATS ON SALE WEDNESDAY AT BOX OFFICE MISS OLGA NETHERSOLE in One of her characters in 'Redemption of Evelyn at the Majestic Theatre Tonight MAJESTIC THEATRE THE MINING PLAY OF THE HOUR Rex Beach's great ttory of the Alaskan Gold Fields THE Dramatized by Eugene Presbury from Rex Beach's book of the same name A complete scenic from its long run at The New Amsterdam Theatre, New York City OLGA NETHERSOLE IN "THE REDEMPTION OF EVELYN VAUDRAYff Olga Nethersole is one of the few English-speaking actresses who has "WJiot Cheer! Knock "Em in the Old Kent and lo, Chevalier, England's greatest character artist and truest cosier singer is here! Chevalier was in Winnipeg some years ago, but has never been farther had the temerity to play in Paris. Those who hearcl bim ,_hen Several years ago she rented Sarah recall how he fim tolcU Jn a Iong red Bernhardt's theatre in the French coatj as ,The of his ,boy> a Capital and appeared in her entire re- j chip off the Mock Q, a St0ck." pertory with overwhelming success. {Khx) was keeping up the reputation, of One of her pleasant memories of hig sire, Then he danced back to W. 3. SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 646. 5 NIGHTS COMMENCING TUESDAY JUNE 6th MISS MAY ROBERTS SUPPORTED BY L. VICTOR GILLARD AND SPLENDID CAST IN PLAYS SEEN IN LETHBRJDGE FOR THE FIRST TIME: SPECIAL REDUCED 25c No Higher, Be Sure And See R. A. Wright's Window Tomorrow Some Articles Are Worth Four Times This Amount "THE BARRIER" "It's many a moon since a ;better show was seen at the Ogden Theatre than last night's performance of "The Barrier.' It is seldom that a popular Dan Stark. It was a part that might have been easily overdone, but Mr. Layton cleverly a-voided the melo- dramatic and gave a -clean-cut inter- pretation of an' old stage type, the Western 'bad man.' "In fact, all of the company deserve special credit. -Miss Beatrice Meade, as AlHma, "was very good: Mr. Wil- liam G. Solvin, as 'No Creek wag i a me novel is dramatized so successfully, jand not often is so capable an all- around cast seen here. Rex Beach's stirring story of Alas- ka was delightfully told, and gave the large audience a most enjoyable ev- Qulte Will M. Chapman, as ening -.Miss Helen Barbara', as Necia, "the sorae excellent work, was fascinating in a very IS a0'- [difficult part. It, is a decided rest to an actress so capable of merg- that daring venture was her meeting with Mme. Alphonse Daudet, the wid- ow of the author of "Sapho." Mme. Daudet came to 'Miss 'Nethersole's dressing-room after the third t act of the play, and she was accompanied by one- of the sons to whom the novel was dedicated. Embracing the Eng- lish actress, and with tears stream- ing down her cheeks, Mme. Daudet sing "The Future Mrs. fh the inimitable personation of the cos- termocger. He came again as "A a poor old tragedian, worn in mind and body, yet nursing the memories of forty years ago when he was some one show. Back to the coster land, to tell of Little that precocious youngster, and then he gave a lively 311 have moved me tonight as French song as lhey d6 it j have been moved in my life. thp mm-.> haMs nf- Rn, th the music halls of Paris. But the represented tonight in Paris was the real woman that my husband placed said: "To I' seldom __ __ _ __ You have brought back tender mem- gem lhe performance" was j ories to me. for the Sapho you have etic old and good husband, in "My Old Dutch." They are a quaint lot of sentimental ists, those Chevalier folk. They have ur pel" 'tears in their eyes and frogs in their within book covers. I have come to thank you in his name, formance would have pleased Al- phonse throats, but it is a delight to meet them. Each is a distinct type, each SPECIAL SPECIAL ROBERT A Famous Irish Drama Good Comedies JJiss Nethersole, T.-ho is a great ad- a study. And with all their rnirer of the modern school of French eacb in his wav is an optim. dramatists, will be seen here in "The ist An hour with ,Chevalier is a Redemption of Evelyn of the sollU and we go home Henri Bernstein, the author of "The j the happier aad the beUer for having j Thief." She will be seen here in the j men the cbevalier pe0pie and laugh- play at the Majestic Theatre tonight. ed and sorrowed wilh them. Chevalier will be here at the Ma- CHEVALiER FOLK jestic Thearte tomorrow evening, Sat- The fact that Western Canada is j unlay. coming to occupy a prominent place on the map of the1 amusement world, and. that English artists are begin- ing her own personality in that of the. character she is playing, and just a word should be said of Miss Bar- voice: it is wonderfully reson- _______________ I ant and readily responds to every em- jorion. doing a great deal to quickly A river driver named Walsh is ac- j win the sympathy of the audience r.'.sed of incendiarism at Cobalt. Ont. jfor the unfortunate Necia-. .Footprints in the mud were identified j "Character work of a high class I wag done by Mr. Verne Layton, as eneral standard, and ohn Gale, Poleon important a this field, is shown by the attrac- tions that have visited us this sea- son. Edward Terry, Vesta Victoria. in the drama as in t George A. Cleveland MAY ROBERTS CO. It is seldom, if ever, the people of Letbbridge will get the opportunity of seeing such -i good company and such good plays-ss the May Roberts Company will produce during iheir .hi-. iand the Shelfieltl Choir have all been out MI. u _ engagement next week, for this ot all there was out of it. In the second act Mr. P. N. Doyle did some very good work in i the part of Runnion. In fact, if. was a most gratifying performance, borh for those who have read the book, and those who got the story for the first time last night and will be remembered with pleasure by all who were fortunate enough to see it." Ogden Morning Examiner. "The Barrier" will appear at the Majestic on Monday next, June 5th. Natural gas is if. be piped to Lon- don bv September. QUALITY VARIETY QUANTITY SERVICE Booths for Ladies Hill Block Dufferm Street ress comes with the highest of prsss criticisms'- for being the P ti TF I L t here, and scarcely have the melodious echce? of Sheffield Choir died i criticisms-tor being Lhe ac.ress, awav. when we hear-the strains of! (supported with the best, company, in --------------------------------------------------ithft best plays, that ever showe-1 in "Great. Falls; in fact, the press of t'uaj, city were'eulogistic over the cle.'er I work of May Roberts, and her lead- Ling man, L. Victor Gillard. and her company in general. 1 Owing to tee condition of affairs, 'theatrically, the management of !he ''Majestic Theatre has -arranged to slash prices right in half, and the theatre-goer- will have the benefit of seeing a Si.50 attraction at 25c., Tt is hard to do housework with a weak and 50c. This ig the-first time This and aching back. companv has pver piavgd to such prlc- Backache comes from sick kidneys, but'the ?enerai condition of af- __J o Int. nf tT-nnhlf> cji-'tc' kifmKVS fairs warrant this cut. and it is to be 'fiat they can't help it. If more work hoped that the people of LeUib'ricige is put on them than they car. stand it ss such a company, for if not to be wondered they get; out- of ,.QI for ?eeing good be very for r.Ot nicg.to have first class at- traction? in to this city and go away losers, after hearing thai Letbbridef is one of the best show GOULD NOT SWEEP FLOOfJ. Three of Kidney Pilig Her. Extra Special FRANCESCA DI RIMINI A magnificent dramatic trksmph, better than the Golden Supper. Worth seeing alone for the wonderful Lightning and ThundtP effects. NIGHTS ONLY AND SATURDAY MATINEE HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE. PRICES THE SAME. "V 1 Worsted lilts ......k back simply a warning from the ki'-incys at.d .should be attended to .11 i .Tiirncdiateiy so as to avoid years ol i tenible suffering from kidney trouble. i Mrs. N. Larmour, Smith's Fails, Ont.., take pleasure in writing you, stating the benefit I have received by in j Dean's Kidney Pills. About a _j? one of I vear 1 was terribly atflicted with the West, and they find it the worst. lame back and was so bad I could not even sweep my own floor. 1 was ad- AT THE EUREKA vised to tr'v Doan's Kidney Pills, which I did, the greatest bene5t. I j.- One of o-.e most exciting pictures only used three boxes and I am as well ever seer, in the city will be shown as ever. I highly recommend these pills at the Eureka. "Francisca Di to any sufferer from lame back or kianey i magnifiGent dramatic tri- cents per box. or 3 for Sl-25, wonderful alone for its Jight- tttall dealers or mailed direct on receipt jning and thunder effects. This beau- ALBERT CHEVALIER As The Cockney in the at J the Majestic Saturday of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto. Ont. if ordering direct specify Doan'n." tiful picmre will be shown two nights only and Saturday miss it. matinee. Don't For your evenings and is nothing else quite so rich and elegant as Fit-Reform Worsteds. We import the fabrics from tailor every garment throughout by hand. Let us show you some of our novelties, which appeal to all good dressers. -343 McKELVIE McGUIRE, Sole Agents for Lctbbridge. ;