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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Sa 1 his and baby in the coun shall-have made a new Jioirio He finds the uows- pipe article is afi ami ins quest for work is fruitless Over lome with the hflut and worry he and mffers -the bntfro .his memory. Ho linany scourw employment and in Ten years to IJia pos1 ion of jrnneral, living in affluonae. .'His wife .oomwB to the city. to.find buf.ia runaucxiessful.. She earns a meagre living fov herself and child tiy needlework and when the bo; the age or eleven he deter niinc-s to look for work., .He secures a position office boy jn his fathei ofHce in spite owtns to the manly plea lie mak'es. Bntrust- t f itb the hank dnIJ05lt jio loses tL noue> nnd is suspected of htivtna Ftolen it The manager h io liifh in him md accompanies him homo with a hus- I inml and wilV meet and. the right ot I tier fiice restores hte-.incmory aiu', father, son and mother are quickly locked in a close embrace. ,to Possibly the number that makes the est popular appeal on Hmte dica a program is the Erl with out which no Nordica concert; could he considered oomp ote ind ha1- Deon placed BK the'closing number of her piogram heia Mine Nordica is inKeisillj conceded ghe a great er revealmeut of air that; the Goethe poem and its musical setting mflan than ftnj other singei nnd in this wonderful song she Is to disclose to the full those'marvellour interpib powers placed her amonfe gieat ones of earth. She so completely: iudivldui. izeo thp different characLeis of thc her hei facial e pieap on anil her attitude aa to make H a living tragedy. Scene MADAM SHERRY" at the Majestic Thmtw v Monday and Tuesday gvttnmy and by FIDILIO.) DR, 8, VOOT, tlie eminent dir- ector of tlie famous Mendel- Hsohn Choir, la very much in- terested in the musical derelopmtnt of the West. In it letter wjilch i'.re- celved from tlw couduet- or tlie otlifer dty, ho .ayi: "Tlio tor Uio American ilngo by Ot- te nml given -a mofft yii- muBlcul botttiitc by Karl "ATHdiimc Sherry" Mparhlws like cbHmpftino and ibj twenty-two niiifllcnl pumborit JKJS! lively In- tectioua 'Ifi their quality. It la jtatlnct novelty in themo, t ncenis to give a man a stimulus' for mlimier of construction, nnd active'and" effort In wlmt ,comodjl y chorus which ovor bntncli of work one inny Ije un- faced." Dr. tho time now rtpo for the holding of a firat- olaw musical festival In befin thc" of STARLAND Where Everybody Goes TIMES TONIGHT of Lonely Isliiiul Tlift Cheyenne Medicine Man When a Man's Single Monday and Tuesday "THE CITY" Striking loiriM of contract, showing the 'poverty of I ywmin the affluence of owning night. T Society J Km lillormoil that thoro tire sever- si vacancleB tlio Ijoihbrldga Or- and he also is of the opinion that we ought to have a choral society. Theft! cumtral, society for strings. ThiB Is i words ot Dr. Yogi ..intht to convey excellent opportunity for some of'' our younjj riolln students to gain orchestral'experience. Mr. If. 0. C. weight nnrt our mil? cal enthusiasts, who should put their shoulders to the wheel and work with ail their misht mus- ical lifts of this growing city. In his letter Ur. Vagi the following regarding- thc work of thc .Mjndol- ssohn choir this year: "Our choir is en-cering upon its work with gro vigor anil onthmla'sm tluin i ever Knew to be the case In former seasons. We Inive, I feel sate In saying, tre Deri cliolr we have ever bad ouruiled in our ranks, and are ston" uturnod to give a good accrvnt of ourselves not only In '-ho home con- certs, but in our important concerts in Hot-ton, Buffalo and New York, as Of particular interest lo tte members of the chorus is the Wolf- Keriari work, 'The New which presents some stunning choral nnd orchestral possibilities" Ur. V'lgt's latter will, I am olive, interest nuisic lovers in this city. In order better to acquaint Lothbrids'a with Dr. Yost's work as a chorus.master I shall short- ly give my his meth- ods with tho Mendelssohn choir, and the outstanding reasons for bra suc- cess. 1 would fain tempt 'Dr. Vost and tho Mendelssohn choir to give l series of cone-aria in.Winnipeg and Calgary next year.. Perhaps we may induce''these Eastern singers to coma West, and awaken the seiracs of the p-aople. "The When Kubeiik makes ills' reappear- ance in Canada he will play upon the most" celebrated, costly and perfect StnMivarlus itv'ithe world. When KubeBJt purchased Empoto'r'Mast December, from the ex- ecutors ot the fate col- lector, llr.'. Haddock, of Leeds, Bug- land, th'i violin bad not been placed on for a century. Thc instrument formerly, belonged to Sijnor Tarisio, who brought -to- gether, tlie finest collection of string- ed instruments ever known, ing the famous "Mennie" now In lira possession of Mr. Hill, of Bond.Street. "Tbe l3mpcror" subsequently came Into the possession of Mr. Haddock, ami after hia death was bought by Knhelik, after prolonged negotla- lions, for a flam for in excess of any- thing previously paid for a violin. Kubelik has since refused for his treasure. This violin Emperor is insured un- der Lloyd's Insurance Policy for -a sum of S40.000, this amount being guarantied by thirty-nine private in- dlviduols. KnbVlk lias since recejv- thra violin, and has Halmon IB' tte conductor. Sir Herbert Tree's "Macbeth' It is n long, time since any pro- duction by Sir Herbert Ti'je has been followed by 30 much plain-spoken criticism as has his ".Macbeth." The London World says: "This swiftness of action Inherent in '.Macbeth' is one uf tile first points Ibat should be re- alized. Never (lid dramatist more definitely polnf his intention to p.V-- ro ducer. How is it, (hen, that so inte'l- a gentleman as Sir Herbert Tree coiild ignore the value of this essential Yet Sir Herbert Tree ha.s ignored wltb the result that-the play proveiX a most tedious affair. H is not only that many of tho .principals sneak at the pace ot funeral oration. It. is that at ev- ery grasijabte "opportunity action, is arrested -by spectacle. Once, again Hir Herbert has paid too much atten- tion to tho trappings ,loo little to the. woe. There is a.witches' dance, la H -lorcMight dance before the ban- .is a'witches' song, there is a hymnal chain to lull tbe rest of iJimcan, tt'are are-military pageants, there- are elaborate sets that, (juite apart from the waits they entail, spoil tbe illusion in their ostentation. The character of the play, too, renders alMhyae accompaniments less effect- ive than- is usual at Her Majesty's. Before .all things, 'Macbeth' demands o[ ita .producer a superlative imagina- imagination that can soar pinnacle of simplicity. Kir Herbert is can simple. of a magnifi- cent barbarity, we'get a most barbar- ous' magnificence." An Old Trick .Thora is one ;st'a'so trick that should have been eliminated, years ago. .In the.distant past a.'few comedians who were rather than humor ous, hit upon the idea of making their stage associates pretend to be over- come so that they could not proceed Vitlr th'3ir lines. It was rather a smart dpdgo when first in- troduced in comic opera, and even when people began- to ,-500 through K they did not find it objectionable, for a'time at least. However ,it comes as rather, a shock to find Mr. Francis Wilson Etil'i making nue of tbe -crick now that it has. eeasej to deceive 0113 person out of five nunilrcd lu the If ilr. Wi'lson ranked as an Irresistible it might seam plausible. .There are actors be- fore the public -who could make a even. If he had gone to the of its kind. Lloyd's will not insure' It j K net one of the' number. The most methods is provide amusement lor thc-jc have eouie to smile, to ne'entertained. For W. B. SHERMAN MAJESTIC THEATRE TELEPHONE- Next Monday and Tuesday, October 23 and 24 The Famous Musical Comedy wsn-atalt iM THE ENCFIANTIHG MEIOD7 WHOSE HAUNTIHC STEAMS HAVE JJKJKRAU.KO WOMD It's tie Ttenw Seng of WCWBS' PEAZ1B 4 1SDBEE2 Flicnomnial Succwa. _ ____ __ ._ mt Vi By OTTO HAttBEBAOH uul KABt TBE LAUGSJINGMUSiCAU SENSATION OrfWQ CONT1NEMT3 THE MAB3IVS FROM TEB NEW AMAIBBIUK A C8ST SFKBJICftl ETHEL BELL WALTER CATLETT Really Beautiful Beauty Gallery 50c W. B. Sherman Manager Majestic Theatre Phone 646 ONE NIGHT ONLY, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25ih Geo. M. Cohan's Greatest Musiaal Comedy With a Star.Cast and the Famous BLUE RIBBON CHORUS Prices and 50c. MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Mgr. Two Nights, Thursday and Friday, Oct. 26th and 27th WILLIAM K. SPARKS PRESENTS Miss Anna Day. in Paul Drimatiiitlon of Charles PRODUCTION 'Romaric. !of Chivalry. A CAST Of a PLAVHRS KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER The that will live forevsr in the heirU ind mmdi of public ube ta to e content with the to ne atcrtalnen. For uuoiik lias io ut ipambars of his company to .nsumnce. away A fortnight-ago Knbsiik purohascU I ,fi ratlier- riil- anothnr very oxtrsordinary "Strcd, Mr WOUM bo well which ho calls the j ,o to get into tbo being .ft siater to tl'J oUlCT, .nnd bo is j of lhose Mtjgls vmM not now In neKotistioti for one ot tlio lo such a silly .tricic. It' it haa incut perfect "Josephs" in existence. lo ]et thut Ho is also the owner of three raoro corr.'Jdy. then the of ihe most valimK'j. violins in ex-1 ror actor to iet istance. They are the Joseph Gnar-, joco as ft .tnseA..f. np.rius. 1740, value a Strad of j 1713, value and a Strad of i Sothern and Marlowe 1009, valued, at A blanket Marlowe and K. II. Sothen-. Insiirauc'a has been issued by Lloyd's, wllo aro jUEt ,low trying to enjoy a London, on, all this valuable proper-1 roroign honeymoon unmol-istod, arc ty, jnt'indlnR "Tho nl- I rinding it a little oiti'icnlt (o fight together the amount now Is for laKay proffers in the tluat- llpO. in addition to itilil a well-known i attended si perform- Iximlon firm has oKain of by Sir H. Doer- liohin Tree nt H'jr Majesty's theatre, tba other dav, and were approached ttt make a trip through the far eastern York office for another otl'J, simran- COuntrieB in tlie classic dranm. It icy first made on the tour of 1907-08. Jn- bis hsnds and fingcrr, Mr. Whit- is also negotiating with a New treiug both Kubalih and Mr. Whitney against loss, in case, through r.ccidcnts or other unavoid- able causes any of thc concerts are no-; given. Certainly the matter of Innuranco fa carried to the farthest point by Kubc'ill: and his mananors. "Madame. Shtrry" No musical comedy of recent years bas won tlie praise ot the Nw York was explained that although ihe na- tives could not nmleiutund tiro lan- guage they wore appreciative. Bnrric'3 New Mai-He's new play, "When Runty 1'Ulls the Slri'iss." hns a Bible for tbe eorapany'H inaHCnt, which only goes to show that iheiB is n spirit of rev- ice for morals that can be seen In all of the Scotchman's yiayo. The cirltics. lu anch- measuro history in thc Barrio fam- aa has ".Madame which juj. tbe play moroly lira Woods, Frazeo and Loflercr not us'od at any presentius in York at the N'jw j (tino jn play's action, hut ibc Ainsierdom, nnd which will be fieon jdompany Is thoroughly Imbued wiib here In r.'.I its heaaly aJiii complete- npirli, ami the llible at ihe Malcsiic nest 'Monday ,t 1naicoi. ilil Tuesday. from a Kronch original, wbich hos'oharmed I'nris, Berlin, VJ- cnna and toixlon for the Ihrco simmoiis, who onr.e sniaa.ied an Idol rears "Madnmo Sbeiry" has jlu vmon or .lames J. Corbati. Hob Fllreimmons in Vaudeville The aniiounctiinent l.lob Kltx- 1s to appear in vaudeville, in a new sketch entitled "Her Birth causes an impertinent question. Wa I anxiously Inquire play .makes juse of tbe Australian's cofcelions of 'freckles, as the -title might show? And if it does, it mutt assure n-i that j Stlllmau'c freckle craam has reduced j the once great, .herd to one lonely I mark. Persistence pays. The Stage's Magnetism The stage is fast becoming tlie ex- nibltor o" every .degree ot fame. Kroin ja woman who has wrecked a throne I to champion national league bastmen. I famous pitchers and real In I Hie art of Thespii, the list is now 'made up, which only goes to show I that curiosity'draws an audience .is quickly as any other factor. Hut last straw was when the Clvicr-go Tri- buno sent, the Marquis of Queens- berry, known only fa a sporting n-rlter and son ot the framei' of Qneensberry light rules, to write a dramatk1 crili- clsm of "Rebecca of Sunnyhrook Snrnly Rbbecca would be par- fioned any nervousness. "When Knighthood Waj in Flowor" I The p'iay, "When Unighthood Was in affords great opportunity for invlsbness in RCUIIWI-V, netti-ngs, properties and costumes, and every advantage of tlie many openings alonn the linn has been taken by Wm. K. Sparks, by whom the play is being produced. Ti'.'J reslill is lha-' the. pro- iiiictlon Is one of 'tun meal gorgeously efpiipped in .the co.unlry. From a of scenlf. Inveslllurc alono it is wull worth seeing, hut when 'the company producing II, wiilf.-l, is [hciuicd hy. fiiKciniiling Anna Hay. is into consideration and ihuught over, it is a n.lf.v prediction that one of the largest audiences of tbe season will Uu 14 attendance at tlio Majestic NORDICA MYRON W. WHITNEY, BASSO. P.OMAYNE SIMMONS, PIANIST. Majestic Theatre, Oct. 28 ON SALE AT .nd EVERY SEAT RESERVED i theatre next Thursuay, Oct., 26, the night of Its local production. Minutes From Broitiwiy'' i Tbe fact that liio better class of 'musical comedy hr.s como to stay; i hf en amp'% contin- ned success of Ocot-go M. .-Cohan's j clover musical offering "forty-Five i .Minutes from which j comos t.n the Majestic -ch'oatrs' ii' vt Wcdnesdiy, Oct.-.28. This la the flflh season that this piece has Iwrll oil the road, yet tbe demand for if. ha'3 so great, witb tha limited-nuin- bcr of companies playiUR H, that there is a V.IHI. territory tbat has not covfred before th'in season. The musical numbers Umy'e been sung 'In 'jvpn town and country and 'every one is familiar with--the cap fivating I'ti'ftins of ".-so LonK: want to hn a T'opular. Millionaire." Minr.'ca from "Mary's JH firnnil Old mid half a score "Billy Burke1' When Hi'ilc Biirle Hopes her sea- son this year sh-i ing in a new play In ParH. -As looks csrry any one H long road In Paris, Miss Rurko will have a running start. And as she the part, of an American girl who speaks French with an American accent, she- will likewise continue in being as; nearly' hcrarilf as a foreign part could, be. She has really novor been R great actrosu for she Ima bean hcraelf in eacn part. Sherman Stock Pleanet "jirowii of Harvard" was Uie blH- uelected last night I'or presentation by the KhciViifUi Stock Co. ut 'the jesttc Theatre. The Company again flare a highly creditable production of tlitp woll kndAii pla> Mr. V-erim Layton's tho character or lorn Bionn the udmlra- iion of the audience. 'Mr. ed with plenty of -abandon con: tinrA one by virtue of his ntitiirat dcllnefctloii of thy obnrnctor. The ro- malnlne parts wore on. ;