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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY KERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1909. :key In Crowds Nest (Special News Service, The foregone conclusion Colcman will not Frank, Alta., Dec. Active pro 'be among th? contestants for the cel- parations are under way for the best championship. The club has as x, i season of hockey tnc Crow g Nest president, 0. E. S. gener- ai Q[ Inu.rftationai com. Pass has ever seen. A league as secretary-treasurer, At- ing planned to take in all the more j torney L. A. Sellers. important towns oh the Crow's Nest' In Frank an association has been line from Frank, west, and as each 'formed to build a rink, the funds olrthe towns to be represented has, 'raised and the work is now being material for a strong team and en- rushed as rapidly as possible. It is A NEW CONCERT FAVORITE One of the foremost concert stars of last season was Mme. Frieda Lang- stately Mine. Frieda Langendorff." as one of the New York papers called made her de- but into the American concert field. Previous to last season Mine. Lang- endorff was known, only through her work in grand opera, and particularly for her magnificent Wagnerian inter- pretations. She has sung at the Ber- lin Royal Opera, the famous Wagner- tan Opera, at Bayreuth, at Vienna. Dresden. Hamburg. Wiesbaden, etc., and our own metropolitan opera. Her first professional engagement was at the opera at Strassburg, seven years ago. Since then Mme. Langendorff's art has gone on broad- ening, her rich German temperament bas developed, and her beautiful Foice has grown even more full and resonant, until today she is one of the best equipped artists before the public. Her first season in American con- cert work carried her to the Pacific coast, where she sang about fifteen concerts from Oakland to San Diego, her work receiving the most enthus- iastic praise .from the press. She had a tour in -the north and the raid- die west and one in the south and everywhere she was hailed as the .possessor of one of the most beau- tiful and remarkable voices before the rpublic. 4 In the spring she com- pleted her season by a tour with the ;.Dresden Philharmonic mak ing nineteen appearances with that organization, Mme. Langendorff's voice is most often compared to that of Schmnann- Heink. It is a mezzo-soprano of un- usual -volume, depth and range, of beautiful'timbre, with a tinge-of con- tralto quality., Her personality is strongly marked and intensely "dra- matic, a gift inherited from her mo- ther and one which nearly sent her onto the stage before the possibilities in her unusual voice turned her thoughts toward grand opera. Madame Langendorff is to give a .recital in Wesley church next Wed- nesday evening. (WESTERN HOCKEY PLAYERS FOR MONTREAL WANDERERS Winnipeg. Dec. Po.ulin and jGrindy Forrester, two western hock- ley stars, have signed with the Mont- real Wanderers and will leave for the east tomorrow night. The Wanderers also wanted. Miller of the Edmonton team but he is unable to go. THE SECOND MRS. TANQUARY Miss Versa Feitco Made a Decided Hit la ihe Title Role The Allen Players presented one of the strongest bills last night at the Lyceum that has ever been put on in Lethbridge. The play. "The Second Mrs. Tariqueray." made famous by Mrs. Patrick Campbell, is full of strong dramatic interest and presents ,a very complex social problem in a (Strongly emotional cast. That the Allen Players should at- tempt .this play at all is a' -decided compliment to the company. The 'leading parts were taken by Mr. Irving Kennedy as Aubrey Tanqueray and Miss Verna Felton as "Paula" in the title Felton's emo- tional interpretation throughout the play was remarkable and Mr. Ken- nedy's the last act, where the tension had reached the crisis, was .powerful. The story. wbJe not particularly pleasing in'its tragic end lost its unpleasantness in the keen interest that 'held the audience throughout The Allen Players de- serve a crowded house tonight when Conan Doyle's story "Sherlock Hol- (nies" will be presented, and theatre- goers will assuredly receive a play' i worth seeing-. Retiring From Ring To Practice Dentistry Are sold at one price all over Canada. We pay the freight Why send away and pay extra We have a big assortment of mach- nes and records NOW v, Ihe lEthbridge Sporting Goods Company prospects runs high, the indications vanc-ed to allow of Hooding to-mor- j are that the sport will be better this row. The hockey club has not been J winter than ever. (organized as yet, but will be in a day A meeting for the formation of two. The promoters plan to form j league, to be known as the Crow's four local teams, each captained by a Nest Pass Hockey league wili be held player of the league team, these; at FernK' Friday. It is expected that teams to contest each Wednesday in' Movie, Cranbrook, Fernie, Coleman. .games in which the various players; and Frank will enter and there is a strive to win places on the regu- i possibility that one or two other lar leagiH-rs. By this means it is; towns may come in. proposed to maintain interest and en-! Coleman and Frank, which will rep- thusiasm and develop an ample re- i resent the Alberta end in the league, serve of competent players who mav are making elaborate. preparations be drawn on in any emergency. The for a hot race for the pennant. At rink association has appointed a Coleman the rink is already open and board of managers composed of the hotkey club has been organized Messrs. Miller, McGowau, Hughes. for the winter. Players are alrcadv Fowler and Meekin. working out ami as most of the men j Blairmore is to have a rink but no who constituted last season's strong 'steps have yet been taken looking to team are available, while some first the organization of a hockey club and class new men have come in, it is a -entrance into the league. MAC BROS. The Great Clothiers of the Great West Are now in their NEW STORE, ALBERTA BLOCK on Round Street, opposite Balmoral- Hotel O WHERE in Alberta is there any better Ready-to-Wear Clothing than at MacLeod Brothers. No need of red flags outside of our place of business to denote what bargains we are offering. Let our competitors quote from 30 per cent. to 50 per cent, and we, the Great Clothiers, are still lower. Clothing For this week we are offering a line of Clothing at that cannot be duplicated in any in Alberta or Canada at This is the greatest Suit Sale ever held in Lethbridge. Hand-tailored classy patterns, all new and up-to-the- minute in style, silk serge lined, the broad Ltpels, artistic flaps on coat and vest, the correct thing in cuffs, all showing skill in making, sale price ItdLiwP Overcoats The newest, up-to-the-minute, best of English Beaver cloth, and genuine Scotch Tweed, worth regular sale price r Drop in boys and try a. Good Cigar. We don't ask you to buy In Far Lined Coats and Fur Coats we are selling them at less than wholesale price. Travellers from Montreal, Winnipeg, and our old home in Calgary bought some to-day. We sold over one dozen. We will give you their names if you call. Yesterday was' our opening day in our new store, and it was a record-breaker. Next week we will tell you all about our Christmas Snaps in MUFFLERS HANDKERCHIEFS TIES FANCY BRACES SMOKING JACKETS c OS. The Great Clothiers of the Great West BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE ;