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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta g. 1'IIB LETIIBKIDGF DAILY HERALD Saturday, Dwymi.-oy 1011. Majestic Theatre W. B. Sherman, Mgr. Phone. 646 ALLEN Players, supporting Miss Felton Farewell TO-NIGHT "Our New Girl" Music; and (Conducted FIDELIA.) Is tnitlor conlract to ul'jieur Jiy Dli'li Joluitton In "The ol llio tUildon Went" In a .Monto Oarlo Ktiyemeut bfRhniiui; al'ou! Api'il 1. T NOW assured (hut iho firs; Jinniuil I.ethbriilKP Korflviil wilt he Innugiirutcil next year in this city. Tho immer was brought httfoi'fi tin1 City Council j bm .Mr. hue the other dny. ami boon roferrod to the Hoard of Trade, whtsh body will appoint a (.'oiniiiiui'p. vvli set nuuU'rs in motion. It m IluthiK with Hnoul Gmrabonrg. uf the Monte Carlo Opera Monsc. to "thi; oml wHIIof having tenor's tMiAiigumem holtlu-re [lOKipoiKMl. The outlook is said on sale i Rochon'i (Hstlmiily iimlurHtooil. however, that! to be to Mr. (JuW-ttwaa. HUB proposed festival mil which will ran oni-M-toli.-1 I'ulew. the negotiations succeed, menu or oat yeltv. Nothing ihlsjt'aniso have to leave New York nature will lif On the run-1 "hout three weeks betoro, Ihe ekwe jtrnrv ihe idea of ihe musical 1he opera season. Not only would' !Viil is to rosier iiml -he be rvyrutieU by 'cnl life of l.eihbrliige and its Now York, hut ft cause the il.oi ne- lust evening. Tho of 'thy company lire sll clevor, mid porl'ornuMl tholr part, so well ti u on HI bt< difficult to umke a tllfitlnc- ilon. Kvyry iininhor was thoroiiKhly on- Joynd by the iliroiiK of music lovers in attendaiu'e, and sun'lcJontly varied to thp iiruvu unii gay ulike. Tho pro- Si'sinmo lasttxl more -than two hours and us the large audience, which com- pletely tUk'd the opera house passed onl, nothhiK but words of praise weru hourti of tho ulngyrs and of the RO- t'iety for briiiKiim Uieui Grand N.H., Herald. The Dixies come to the .Majestic Theatro on December .10. nniPlonl orKuuixatlon in i Uinwo is iiUo to appear in Paris will be invited coin- j spring in a series of perform, festival may last two or 1 unees of "The tiirl uf ihe Golden birt everything v.'ill de- West." MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Two Starting Monday, December llth GECUM. COHAN'S MUSICAL SENSATION The Talk of New York BY SPECIAL AR'RANGEMF.HT WITH GEO. H. COHAN 32 AStarCaxtof 32 Handsome anil Drilled Cluing Beautiful Scenic Production Seatt r-n Sale-at Rochon's Saturday The duys ijuMid on the rr.miber of t-mries io 1 hope ln'or to be in a post- case of Too Much Rehearsing lion to itive more definite and detail- i "Conductors are said the ed information concerning -the Leth- j first rime of one of ihe country's lead- bridge Musifftl Festival of 191-'. It iftjiug r-yinnhuny orchestras. "I remeni- to bs hoped sineerely that every inns- l.ier what a row had in our leal en-fhiiFiast will yivc ilie matter asjim over the afmiHlJince at rehearButs much publicity us AViih the j of the piccolo player. We were going co-operation n" the mayor to piny Hecrthoven's ninth symphony council ;iiiil the LJoirril of Trade. I j There L-i a short r.iccolo pan. in it. hare :he confidence, in the Lright at the very end. not more tlhiu success of the Festival. in few notes. Our piccnlo player wus it [KII enormous, stupid old tierman, who WHS vyy ;iboui coining to re- "The Road to Yesterday" Ihe i knew liis par--s an- ithout The author of "The Road to Yester-! day" selected an altogether subjeci when he; evolved thiis story, j The play is in a sense n dream play j and of alleftory. __ Acts one and four take place in the period of MWt while on -rhe other, hand thft second and third acts go1 hack three hundred j no[ years to Iii03.' The play is one which lie never came because he could play tliom through all thbee is pecyliur in many rospeets yet it is oondiietoi1 insisted that j he iippenr yj. every rehenrsiri. sit 'through thirty-five mi n tries of Beeth- ven, and then play his half dozen ;s. The, man came every day. U to be a joke, that great elephant of a German sitting there with hi effective a. dramatic vehicle. .MissjlJIlv Finally, the concert Keltoii Tyrell with wm you meV Thaf tic aifciiificarice and achieved pro- bubly i lie greatest success yei won by her here. The pait fitted Kelton like a glove. Miss Kthel Corley in the iole of Maleiia appeared 10 splendid advantage revdaliiig much dramatic abilily in her portrayal of the Gipsy piccolo player went io slfieji and for- yo-.' IQ wake up. The piccolo part part went implayed." Effect of Modern Music .Anent modernism in music, Walter To Establish a "Chopin" Bed Chopin died at the early ajte of 3li (.'i' coiismmptlon. In view of 'this fvtct, ihe re h; some uppropnHtentiES, sim- SOKts (he York K veiling Post, In n .movement to commemorate the preat composer in a novo! way. It is intended to endow a bed In nome san- itarium or convalescent hoin'o for iml- mo nary complaints to ho culled "The Chopin Mcd." and to be kop-l solely for professional pianists who may need help of the kind. Another Pennant Nailed at Starland Another his attraction has been se- eiured by Shirlaml, management for Monday and Tuesday next. The World's Championship baseball ser- ies 1911 Philadelphia Am- ericans vs Giants; New York Nation- Positively the sreatesi: world's i Him ever made by ihe makers of world's greatest sporting films, featuring such stars as Muihcwson, Mender, Coombs, etc., and showing both games In New York and Philadelphia. This film shows all the Important events in the'struggle for the world's series trophy and should not be missed by anyone. In addition to the above attraction -the usual pro- gram of drama, comedy and senaa- Joual pictures will be shown includ- ng the big Vltagraph feature "For Her Brother's Sake." Doors open sharp at i1 p.m. ami 7 p.m. Same ad- mission. in Acts two and three. Mr. I tarr; Cornell asuin proved1 his.'.vprsaiility hisfronic uy a .convincing delineation of Keiileni. ilrs. P. R. Allen made' un excellent Harriet Plielps while 51 i-.' .N'pri.h made -Mie inosi of his opportiiiiicics in She parr, of Jack. Oiifr must pr.iise highly the Dainrosch (ells this story: ''A lady at a m us teal e ai Long Branch. N. npproac.lied a celebrated violinist, and, exclaimed. enUiiiFiivsti- cally: 1 so admired thai lasi piece yon i played. Ii had a kind of wild free jbennty an eerie mildness Ihat thrill- Welt Worth Admission Price The patrons of the New Morris laat night witnessed one of tho most in- 0ft i The New Morris i I TONIGHT TONIGHT TONIGHT The Construction of that 1 famous Panama Canal i. 15 You have read aboui it. -5 4) You have about it. Z Xow- you CUD see il. .For nights aiul a matinee ;L Don't- miss it! S DOORS 7.10 BIG SPECIAL MATIHEE 'SATURDAY, 2.30 artistic and effective set lings shown in acts two and three painted by Minor Heed, scenic The p'iay on the whole was. welf produced and reflects ihe utmost credit on the Allen Players, who seemed to have acquired a penchant for earnest and Si.uisfactory performances. The bill tonight will be the farce "Our Xew and the theatre ongli-' 10 be iu-v- PI: me to the heart. it, may 1 ask, your -own the.otijer answered cold- ly. ''I "was pnttiug a new K siring on mv violin.' siructive pictures ever shown in the city. The Construction of the Pan- ama Canal, showing the track work, steam dredges, the cement mix- era, of which they are the largest in the world, and "many other'points of interest. .Many of the pairon-s last night said the picture was well worth the price of admission itself. U will be shown again tonight for the last I i ni e. Length of National Anthisms Both the- Cliinc-ae .I-apaneise na- I tjonal anthems have the tneri1-" of brev- The length of most national au- Vrowded to tlin doors ro sec ton play the Dutch Slavey. Fol- Ear Tests for Organists Organists matle and yet in the mak- in this romvtry may lie-interested io know what ear tesis are required of candidates for the various four-let- ter combinations granted by the Roy- al College of Organists in England. new order of ear tests win" into ef- faci next .Inly, -for the 'then and -snb- iecinent examinations. For instant.-e, for the degree of R. C. candidate will be raiuired: i.l) To write from dictation a mel- odic phrase not. exceeding four bars in length, which shall bn in some form of simple time. The key will he thcms te''inverse ratio I'D the size of their proprietary The Belgian "Brabanconne" is mucli longer than the ami "God Save the King." AVhije tliere are on- ly sixteen bars in -the Russian anthem and twenty-eight in "Hail, the Siamese require seventy-six bars to proclaim their loyalty, and the re- cord for the length is held San Marino anthem, which, has 'ninety-sev- en, or more than foun times, as many bars a-a there are Bfiunre miles in the republic. WHO KNOWS THIS MAN? The Mounted Police at Maclcotl arc' looking for the whereabouts oi Ar- thur .-G-rabill, at one lime connected, with the Mounted Police iarcc, where I he held ihe rank of corporal. John j McDonald, of Calgary, is very an- xions to locale him. Grabill was 3 member of ilirJ3Uaihfona Horse.'lur- ing the South African war. Monday Tuesday Annother Peunanlt.'Nailed THE GREATEST WORLD'S SERIES FILM EVER MADE BY THE MAKERS OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST SPORTING FILM World'! c H Ai, M P t i. o N S H I P FEATURING STARS AS MATK5W- SON, BENDER, COOMBS, MAFiQUABO ETC. SHOWING GAM- BOTH IN NEW V'ORK AND PHIL A. DELPHIA. Series H Seties 1911 mi 'ATHLETICS' n.1'..GIANTS' nouiicetl, and the key chord j The phrase will then be played three' times. ll') To write from dictation a pas- sage of five three-part chords or etjual diirjlion, which shall be selected from .the following: the diatonic triads and ihoir inversions; and '.he chord of the dominant seventh in Ms roof, position. The key will-be announced and the key-chord sounded.. The se will then bo p'iaycd three times. For the would-be F. R. C. O.'s this ihc correspond I Jig test: (I) To write from dlclntlon a pas- sage of five chords of canal duration shall bft selected 1'roni 'ihe vollovvlnjji'. tho diiitonic triud-s and their inversions and Ihe chord of the dominant seventh and Ha .inversions. The key will lie announced and the ktjy-chord sounded. -The piissaRe will then he played tJiree timea. I (2) To write from dictaMon pas- 'iiage in two melodic parts not, expand- ing four bars in Icnglh, which shall he in some iorm of simivle time. The key will be announced and the key- chord soundod. Tho DHBEugo will -then he played four times. The Stage-Struck Telephone Girl "The and Aft." a new book abotU the theatre-by Chan- t. j ning contaiiiB- several good ecdotee relating to victims of the mania "to go on (the stage." NO age, sex, or station be exempt "Some time sfty-3 the author "T happened to be aiu used tho 'long-distance telephone io communicate ".with- New 'York. Mj conversation over, I sat' flown .in the hotel lobby, and had jiist Ijt a. ciga when a page announced: "Long dis- wanis you.' 1 returned to the I inquired. A woman's voice replied: 'I've just overheard ough of your tvilk with New Torfc to 'judge 'that you're in ihe theatrical j business.' j "Tin indirectly connected with I replied, ijaid "Uio voico. Tin the long distance operator, ana I want to1 go on the stage. Please get me an gagcinent.'" Caruio May Leave New York Before Clotc of Season Will Biirlro'Canifio hie lilmnclf Monin Carlo late in February, or will he roniaiu in New York until tho close of tho opern ac.'iKon? iulln geiienii r of tlio Melropolllan Qucra House, la not yet able ,to ..glVfi. an answer this o.neHtion. -Ij; is known -thnt .Mr. Is doing oreryihliii; In power to arrange it so Mint admir- er tlifi great. Minor will not'h.-ive he (Hsfippolnlw! by liis departure ihc if, ihc season. Car- Actrsss as Character Reader Mi-ss Haxftl Stone, the charming pnma-donna in Goo. M. Cohan's big Heiiaiition "The Talk of New which comes on Monday Io the Majcallc. has a fad that is uniuiiinl a- who arc not given, or- dini'.rily, Mio pursuit of studies out- side their own art. Character Is her hobby, nnd she doclaros filu; cjiu form a correct I "Pinion of a person's character a few nilniitcs al'ter being introduced. .Miss Stone te n sludent :IR well aa an aetrefis of great ability, and -she Kfiya her part in "The Talk of'New Vork fa 0110 of tlio boat film cveh.hatl tho pleasure of playitiR. Singers Coming to Majcitlc The Giiiertaimiiem. given by the Dixie .luhllec Singers ovoning one of the most enjoyable of UK that ever been given CUNAKD LINE XMAS EXCURSIONS EUROPE- IS THE TIME to make reservation of berths. Do not wait, until the last minute! J.S.S. "Auaonla" from Mont- real 18th New T.S.S, "Ascariia" from Portland........Dec. 2nd CABIN TO LONDON AND L.IV- and up.- THIRD Lethbridge, Dec. c 1911 To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge ANU GUiN'TLBMBN': Having been nominated for Alderman for 1812, 1 you, I! Heeled to work PIRSTj AND ALL, THE TIJIE, III the IwordEtB of the City of ethbrlilgc, nol Judlclnuf ami careful expclidlture of your inonny In currying on OLD TIMERS. YOUiVC: 'I'H.iBUS, Kindly nwke'tiu William Oliver I On December lllh, aiii; i.' Vours OUIVBK Lethbridge, Dec 5th, 1911 To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge LADIES AND i At the urgent request of a number of the ratepayer! T have consented to become a candidate.for aldermen at the coming civic election. As mayor, I gave, the city the best service in my power and if elected, will be cor; zealous in tbe IBM exacting position or alderman. My only platform is to see that the various VttthHc ments initiated under my administration, ire carr'f-'l sosedy vlt you believe ibat I can be ot service 'to you, io liave your vote. ;U1 be glad Yours truly, R ADAMS. Your Vote and Influence Is Respectfully 'Re- quested for JOHN GILMORE FOR ALDERMAN For 1912-13 These rates- are the lowest ob- tainable, the service unexcelled. Particulars obtainable from near- est local agent, or write direct to the Genera! Agent Cor the Cau- Jiflinn Weal, H, E. LIDMAN 445 Main St., WINNIPEG, MAN. spent yesterday in Ihe. cify on hnsi- CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Excursion railway rates from all stations on C. X'. R., (J. N. R., and H. T. P. K., in 'Manitoba. Saskatchewnn and Alberta in connecLion with the following sailings: From From Portland Halifax Dee. 2 Dtc, 3 6aC. 9 "Oec.10 Canada Excursion Bates -TO------ Greit Iritiin, Ireland, Scindliiiiii, and Tfct On Sale Daily Nov. I Oth to Dep 3 st SAILINGS FROM ST. JOHN EmpreM of IrelMnd Frl. U Empreit of Frl. Dec. 24 Imprwt of Frl. 12 ..........Frl. iii. K Impiw of Brlt.ln Frl. 4 Complete rtelnilfi anil berth reservation! from nor FttUwir J. CARTEH, Xgtnt, MO Or S. B. MITCHELL, Agtnt C. P. LITMMIDOE. Megantic Teutonic Dee. 14 Dec.15 Return tickets good -for five months from dale of purchase. The R, M. Megantk is the litrg- ;jst, newest inrl finest steamer in tho Canadian InUe The R. M. S. Canada and Teutenlb 'iarry only one 'jlaaa (II.) of cabin pas- who have the best on the Mourner at moderate rates. They are tiiO largest, fullest, moBt com- fortable GUss Cabin Ships. F'JxcnrHiong aieo. in connection with fiAMings of AMERICAN RED STAR CINE UEVLAND STAR LINE from -Boston, Now York Piiilft'clelphia to Quoe'nBlown, Mver- pool, Plymouth, fJIwrbourg Southampton, l Dover and Ant- werp. ant In tht World Apply Oftrly ,'H to nenrust I of or Io the uu- Or W. "M. Ml H. Mlckcth. ;ftp; ;