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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I.Saluriliiy. 'i'UK lfitiUIX.il; UAll.V rage ia; 4 Great EVENINGS ENTERTAINMENT A Big Popular CONCERT Majestic Theatre Nov. 23rd IT. T. D'Arc, Soprano; E. .T. Laytfln, ViolinM; Rhyiul Janiicsou, Baritone; II. C. Salmon, Pianist. ENGLISH, IKISH AND SCOTCH SONGS Popular Prices, 75cts., SOcts. and 35cts. Scat Sale Opens at Rochon's on Monday, 20th Noveinbei1. Ma.son HiKch Baby Grand Piano Used. Music and Qrama (Conducted by FIDELIO.) THE GREATEST ARTIST OF THE AGE KUBELIK Assisted By HERK LUDWIG MADAME EVA famous Australian Contralto. Under the direction of Mr. Frank Buckingham. The Plan will be open today for Subscribers the Plan Will be open to the General Public on Monday, November 20, and the following WILLIS PIANO USED. Box Extra. MAJESTIC THEATRE Friday Eve., Nov. 24th Monday Tuesday C R U S A D E R S Matinee; Monday Tuesday I Evening WORLD'S GREATEST MOTION THE 'Crusaders' OR JERUSALEM DELIVERED A production! The film of the hour! Moth. Ing like It ever seen in any theatre before. ONE HOUR SHOW! SPECIAL MU3JC! You will lie lorry if you misi seeing thii masterpiece. C R U S A D E R' S Adults lOc. Early TEN COMMANDMENTS ADOPTED BY TURKS Salonika. Nov. 17. "Ten coin- nandnwits" for all Turks-have just lieen issued by the Young Turks' coin- flniUcr for ''union ami an indication of the bit- icnmss of the fight lo be waged ftiiinsl-the Italians for grabbing Tri- The 'commandments are: n goods of any kind .shall be sold to [Italians second, Turk may but or. use Italian goods nr merchandise; third, .all rtalian shops must be boy- cotted fourth, speaking of the Hal- inn kuigunge in Tflrlcoy is forbidden Turkish children shall be sent, to Italian .schools OL he taught, hy iltaliaii instructors sixth, Italian tofticfs are to he boycotted sev- enth, no Turk may employ an Hal- inn niglith, relation or eom- QiinnicaMon with an Italian is lo ho. idt-rt iiirit.h, every Turk must ex- LECTURES V.M.C. A. Every Night Prof. Alexander "Mfho Are Our Children. AilmlMlon fnt Collection Takan' eon'niltatlom 'lally trom 10 a.m. Hotel Alenn- tlra Hoom, 1. 1UNDAV' LKtum to mtn SUrlimd Thulra, i p.m. 4 p.m. Don't mlia hli great Icatiire on Love, Ceiirtthip, Marriage A ert himself whenever and 'wherever possible to (liiniagQ the Italians tenth, hatred against Italians is to he implanted in the hearts of'Turk- An Ajbani Admirer with a Bad All In her book of reminiscences published. Albnni relates an li that occurred in 3872 jiurin a performance at Covent Garden "When, at the end of the was recalled tefore the curtain, gentleman sitting in one of the fron I rows of the stalls threw me a bonqne 'and a Jewel-case. Uiifortimately his good intentions, the case struci me in the middle of the forehead will considerable, violence. The gentleman could be seen making frantic gestures of despair as, with iny hands ralsec to my forehead, I rushed off the st to my dressing room. .The applica tion of a faur .simple remedies.' soo'i made me feel' all right. 'possibly ray recovery, may been haatenei by the fact that, on opening the case I discovered that if contained ii beau tiful diadem sot with brilliants." The "Eaitern Stars" A correspondent .writes me: "In your excellent and complimentary no" rice of the Schubert Club concert the New'Morris Theatre on Thursdaj night, you are perplexed aa to who the "Eastern may be. T hast en to enlighten you (and probably a good many The correct des- isli children that they may for- ifl "'the of the get the imiKir.donablc action of Bifl Popular Nlflht on Nov. 23 at tho Majftitic Theatre Probably the finest popular con. cert program yet presented In this city will be thai to OB given In the Majestic Theatre on Thursday, Nov. 23 next Tbo are compos- ed almost entirely of English, Irish and Scotch songs. Alberta's fine so- prano, Mrs. H. T. D'Arc is certain to Pleare everybody. Mrs. D'A-rc has not been heard here for some time, and her many admirors have n great u secret society, whose byra confined to th-s wives, wid- dauf htera, and sUters of Free- masons, The Schubert Club wore brought to ibis city by the Maple Leaf Chapter No. .7, the local chapter of ilte order, and I am sure you will agree with me ttiat the music-lovera of the city will be grateful to the ladies of the Eastern Star If they will repeat the experiment." At Slur-land Today What more gorgeously classical pro- duction could imagination picture than thte filmed poem of THSBO'S "Jer- ircat in slo.-c. Mr. Rhynd .Tamieson, usalcm or better known baritone, is iwcognucd for his sterling as "The which will he pro- ability as a concert, artist. He will duced at Starland today. As is wet. sing- popular groups of songs uxclus- known, the classic photo-play is the voly. Mr. Jamiraon always excels in "Film of the Hour." It draws from concert, work, and his appearance the ordinary and realistic to ttna fan- here Is certain to attract a bumper audience. Mr. E. Y. violinist, s In excellent form and his numbers will be very attractive. The program will be published .in these columns In ft day or two. The.seat sale opens at Hochon's Monday. Indications arc that tlm Majestic Theatre will crowded to its utmost capacity Nov. 23rd. be Ntytr Logical "What do you think the aurfra- gettu could accomplish in "Wall, a woman could neyer he the 'logical bis "Peculiar ohap, very; boss in hlfi "What's peculiar CotiTicr- Journal, tastlc and Ideal, which aipilflcs things artistic and difficult and begets praise and applause. The tales surrounding1 the Crusaders are well known to the historians of country; the wonderful interest ID the deeds of the good men of old is always with us. Their valiant con- duct on tho field ofjiattle will urally convey a vivld'and stirring pic- turvj. In this portrayal our Imagina- the clever stag- accurate coa- the' details and of the teems, ind In bringing before our eyes very iandocapcs of these of the days of yore. Such a remark- able picture has never before shown, about (eet of film hir- ing heeo used to (topict thii moat work art, nilBATRICAIi Httrnclioni Bcern to pay vory well lu Ibln city if I may be guided by uor Investigations I have been mnk- Ing recently. Coincident with ,UiiB, I understand on reliable authority that W, U. 'Sherman, tho present manager the .MaJesUc Theatre, Is seriously considering giving up the .Majestic Theatre on the expiry of his present Jettse. If Una fa the case, Lethbrldgo Ire in H had way theatrically, Mr. Sherman has 'been catering to tho public for tho past eleven months during which time, bin success has not been ut all encouraging. Tbc-ro aro one or two causes which may be responsible, for this stale of affairs. The-present Maj-eBlie, Theatre is ad- mittedly HU out of the way plnco for a theatrical house, inasmuch as it Is too far away from 'the residential sec- tion of combined with the fact that we have as yet no street car nystein, keeps' down to a great oxteut tho attendances at the main at- tractions offered by the management. There can be no doubt that Mr. Sherman would he well ad- viEed in continuing the management of the Majestic Theatre, which is certain to see a new era of things r that business conditions here bnve taken a turn for the better. The miners' strike has been of seven months'' duration, anil that, alone has hurt the financial success of the atre. Lethhrfdg'e needs first class theatrical attractions. The ordinary stock company is not always a "good Investment Iii western country. It takes unusually clevwr people to play which can be very easily burlesqued, unless In the bands of capable players. It might bo an ex- cellent Idea for Mr. Sherman to vary his theatrical attractions by Intro- ducing -first class vaudeville turns oc- casionally. Tho theatre going" pub-1 He "ought to see to it that Mr. Sherman "retains the man- agement of the Majestic Theatre. Whether' or not the people of this city require to be educated in (lie mat- ter of theatre-going remains to be seen. 1 would urge strongly on Mr. Sherman not to lose heart, although g money. I still maintain theat- rical attractions can be made to pay here. Mr. Sherman might with ad- vantage book all his Calgary attrac- tions for Lethbridge. 1 think it, would be a to rename the theatre and call the "Con-' naught Theatre." The name "31 a- lestic'' doea not and, did sound well to me. Rename the theatre; Mr. Sherman, and keep pegging away, .n'd you''will car, sys- tem here next year, will swell your sox office receipts jiud yon will profit i n the end. Very'few businesses'fig- ure on making a profit at the end of do not Lbe they distinctly favorable though It wu might huve been evon stronger. Tl prop-tun inchidud among othc things the Cliorus" 1'roi the "Luein" sextet, John McClollun'fl' "Irrigation Ode." Stv'pl en's "Chrlstn.us SOUK" and Dudlo Buck's IK Our Hefuyo." One o the most emphatic hits of the wvenl wnu weorod by tho singing o'' "Dixie to the text "I wish I in Utah." Though tilers'Were times whvjn tli voices of the men Rounded somewha husky'everything was sung with mud enthusiasm and spirit, with exceltan phrasing and commendable procision Mr. Stephens is -apparently a mos capable drillnmster and lie conduct! authoritatively. further train ing the choir might develop into oif of the foremost choral bodies in tin country. It was vory warmly applaud ed. iiK wore also the soloists, who had to respond to -encores. heir first 'fiscal ...Xpar. f trust the food people of IJeulbridge will see o it that Mr. Sherman continues to do 'business at th-e. old slaud. Thtyu- tcal and .mueicai attractions always llay a -big part .in devolopment of i; city, and certain jt.is, Lethbridgs lannot well afford to-Ira without first ilass theatrical attrji'otions.- for New York's Music For its program music New York will pay, by "a. conservative' estimate more than and for operatic and non-opera'tic" music together more than -A city that de'votos that amount- of money to classical music, over and..above what it for the' pleaeuro of fitting to music l of being cntcTtaiued by musical comedy, IHIB very substantial claims first place as the musical metrop- olis. 'The Third Good Audience Another good house greeted th-e Majestic, Stock Co. at the Majestic ast night when "The Third Degree" vas offered. All the players kept up the good impression made on the pening night, "The Third Degree" i'aing a good vehicle for the company. Special mention must again bp. made of 'the work of 13. Blake as Judge Brawnier, his dry wit and character- isation of the biK-boarted lawyer being much appreciated, by the audience, "Which ter as Annie Jeffries also carried her beayy. part in unusually good style. Tlie company will be seen this evening in "My. Friend From With this comedy as the bill, and wK'1 the reputation of tho company, mr since their coining here, the mana ment of the theatre may expect anoth- er, crowded house. "My.Friend From India" This comedy will be seen at (no. -Majestic -theatre Nov. -IS (tonighf.) The plot is hud in Xew York City and deals' with 'the troubles of one Hastus Uuderboli, a retired pork' packer" in trying to get Into N-ew York's, seleoi '100 soeiety. His son Charles whils out a little time falls in love with a stranger whom ho takes home with him in the morning. .Explanations as to who his friend might are by the house- bold, Is -intro- duced as a ''missionary from Indiq. ;Through this' myfrieripus S'tmnger tho "fnther thinlis lie sees liis way fp'r ffet'ting ini.o society and and- imprisons him in bis man- sion and advertises lu'm as ;i pocl-ety fad. He" Is finally awarded his am: An Excellent Muilcal Magazine I have ]iisi, received a copy cat a very, inter-es-ting' noiithly musical magazine, published bit ion and the comedy ends in ma- iy i. R. Parkhin-st, music and dram- j riuge :iiid happiness for'a .tic editor of the Toronto Glolw. On eviswlng Hie pages df t.liis 'iiublica- is impressed favorably with ;ie wealth of Information 'contained 11 its pages. No music lover .should e without a copy of "Muslnal Can- which is without doubt -fhe hast West's Minstrels at the Majeatic on Monday Next Boyle Wool'folk, who has lately pro- duced through this country such well known aucc'asKGB an "Tlie Winning musical monthly in today. Plifis' Hie subscription is n.OO'pannnm t may be added 'that in addition to hnown musical news the magazine contains uiructlre subjects on violin piano. The student trill j find it articularly helpful. A New Occupation Extraordinary are excesses to and "The Sunny Side of Broad- will in connection with the woK ger, Wm. Cranston, offor the amusement lovers o'l" this city a company thai, is under their direc- tion'on its tour to the coast, a iiovolly in amtis-'ament in this section, Wm. West's Big Minstrels. This company, which for the past .17 years havo stood at the head of all minstrel com- panies, will positively appear in its Theatre o" Monday nest, Nov. 2 Thin la the one big amusement of tho sen son mid was only secured by large gun ran tee offered them jiy the local manag'or. Seats are on