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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 22,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Pantages Vaudeville 5 - Big Acts - Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, February 24th, 25th and 26th The Five Golumbians Singers & Baiwiers Wolf and Zadella In 'Otld Antics Five Patterson Sisters .Sensational Aerialists Brooks and Locrello Novelty Acrobats Bert (Gone) Melhorne A Comedian with a Comedy. One Reel of Animated Pictures Prices :~35c, 50c, and 75c. Wednesday Matinee-^25c any Seat. First Curtain-7.30 p.m. TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY The 50c and 75c. Seats can be Booked after 10 o'clock each day and will be held np to 9 o'clock on the night of the performance.. Book your scats early, as already the demand is good.- TIIB STLbABUS of the Sixth Alberta Musical Peatlval Competition to be held In Edmonton, May 27 to 29th, has just been iBSued find again ehowa the progressive mus loal spirit of the capitar city ot this rproviuce. These annual festivals are of vital Importance to the musical welfare of AJberta and It la to be i-�gret-ted ithat 'Edmonton does not receive that co-c/peratlon- which It so well de-�orveB. � Calgary and - Liethbridge imlght have done more musically in thlB connection, but it vould seem that we do not care very much for the advance ot musical culture. Perhaps �we shall wake up ere w� miss our footing aJtogether. There Is abundance of material If only the public will rally to the; support, of those .who are trying to do something for the cause of music In this and other cities. In the present festival syllabus wo would call attention to the following: ' A ne^r cup has been -donated whicB Is open for competition by any who have won gold medals' for solo singing ttt any previous festival. Alt the competitions are again open to amateurs residing In either of the Provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan or 'British Columbia. In the vocal duet competitions, the two' cinsaes this year will be for soprano and contralto, and teAor and baritone. The festival Is to be hold rather later In May than In previous years. The adjudicators will, as usual, be two prominent musicians from outside the province and the work selected .tor performance by the Festival Chorus and Orchestra at the closing concert is Elgar's "Bajinor of St. George." '  .  - Some Baby, This! Onp of the beat dramatic attractions Is to appear In Lethbrldge this sea-aon will bo' Ivan- Wright's presenta-tloa of Francis v'Wilson's famous comedy success, "The bachelor's Baby" which will be presented, at. the-Majestic Theatre on Friday, March 14th. "The Bachelor's BabyV comes here direct from its record breaking run ot one year .at the' Criterion- Theatre, New York, and Judging from the notices received in the^New: York papers lovers of good clean comedy cannot afford' td miss� this,;attraction; "The.Sunshine oirl" Wins Success in New York One flt the tew musloal comedy successes of th'e present Now York season 'was that, scoced by Charl-ss Froh-man's importation- of "The Sunshine Girl'" at 'the Kniokerijooker theatre last iveek. Bqual. success was won by tJie � fascinating Julia Sanderson upon her first�appearance at a star. Joseph 'Cawthorn,'Eva Davenport, Tom (Lewis, Vernon Castle, and Alan 'Mud'te lent effectl.ve support. The dramatic reviewers were unanimous In their approval of Paul-Ruben's sprightly myalc. About Musical Docs, Doctors of music, all the world knows; Is an epidemic of long years' standing in England, an eipidemid that shows no signs of abating; buli, on the contrary, gathers strength with the passing of time. But not all Inoculated with the germ of music are kept under observation, so to speak, by the music departments of  universities until they have developed all the symptoms that prove their eligibility. It Is a fact not' generally known that the jCrchblshop of Canterbury has it In his power to create "niusical doctors." Such, however, is. the.case, according to the Loddon lOaily-'Telegraph and' the privilege ha-s just been exercised for the benefit of, B. H. TKorne, organist of St. AJine's. Soho, a man no'w' Bearing his eightieth year. Several prominent' English'-musiclahs have been aimllarly honored in.the past. "These degrees, according to Grove, are a survival of th^i aiiclefnt rights of the occupant of the see as Legate of the Pope, aiild'the pri-vf^ilege has be^n contested at.varioiis'times from the thirteenth ceritiiry downward by the representatives of the .regular universities, London Opera House Mortgage Sold The $200,000 mortgage on the London Opera House, .which has been held hitherto by the Joef Brothers,, the South African magnates, has been sold but what this proteniis in the management of the theatre is riot yet known. It "Is said In some quarters that 'Oscar Hammersteln retains full . contrbl of the house and it is aisosald 'that Loird Howard de Walden, whose op6ra"The Children of Don" was. produced by Mr.- Hammersteln la'st year, is the pro-chaser of the; mortgage. ' ! \ ' Clothes as.Clothes- ,Miss -Charlotte Walker; who is meet Ing -with marked sticoess. in her tour In "The Trail of the (Lonesome Pine," is one of the best dresseij, womeii on the stage, ;a:na yel; she gives'comparatively little thought to clothes. "It 16 only a plain'woman," she said recently, "who needs to .think of clothes as clothes, Thc pretty woman has far less: occasion: for deep thought about how.she shall be clothed. Her's Is onlytothink of.clotbea as.a background tor her beaut^y. 'The ; first question, the last Indeed, and the only one a pretty woman need ask herself about a garment Is, 'Does it make me prettier?' If llie answei^ 'nb' she should go'.further in her shopl)lng. No arbitrary rules should govern';the woman to whom -olbtheS are a mere accessory." .  ' * side Scotland for the birthplace of the bagpipe, and Major F. "VV. von Herbert, a recognized authority on musical instruments, ancient and modern, has placed It somewhere In the vast territory once ruled by the Sejuks, the ancestors of the modern Turks. On the authority of Sip Alexander MacKenzle," the principal of the R.A. M., the fiddle Is Scotland's national Instrument, and as a Scotsman he recently declined any responsibility for the invention of the bagpipe. , � � It A Wee Bit Thrifty Jacif Stone came up to Lon'don from Glasgow with a story oE a Scotchman who was peculiarly Scotch. This Scotchman sent in his card to first three days of the week, do not draw less than $750 between them. The company assemble in Chicago, and wtJrk by various stages the whole of the circuit, which comprises over one hundred cities. It has been expressed that the prices charged here are higher than the cities in the States; but It must be borne in mind that these attractions show on Sunday over 'the other side; whereas here, owing to the Dominion laws, they can only show six days, which makes a great dif-ference to the receipts. Mr. Cameron, the advance agent ot Mr. Pantage, fully expects this place to hold its own with the rest of the 'western cities, and feels sure that after Monday's performan-ce, everyone will go away fully satisfied. There will betwo shows each night. Bijou Theatre The Popular Home of Photo Play Foremost in Excellence TONIGHT 'The Red Man's Honor' IN TWO REELS A Stirring Dramatic Story of Indian Life "Burnt Corlv" "The Vacation" Two Compelling Mirth Producers MONDAY AND TUESDAY "Flirt or Heroine" An Army Story Rich in Tone; Pleasing in Portrayal "The Grandfather" A Simple Story Told in a Pretty Manner "Pathe's Weekly" The World In Motion CLEVER CATCHY COMEDY WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY "The Power of Silence" THE BEST YET IN TWO REELS A Stirring Western Story of Heart Interest THE LAST WORD IN PHOTO- PLAY-DON'T MISS IT. PRIESZ'S BIJOU AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE. PRICES-15c and 10c; MATINEES SATURDAY ONLY MATINEES: 15q; CHILDREN 5 cants. I a theater manager with the request i the first at 7.30, and the second at Origin of the .Bagpipe , The introduction of M. Sazonoft to the Highland bagpipe at Balmoral was, it Is said, not the surprise the Highlanders expected if to be, the em-ln>3nt .statesman remarking that a similar instrument is used in t\w south of Russia. Of late musical acquaintances have been, looking out- for free seats. He was summoned to the manager's office and asked a question or two. Then the manager wrote a few words on a bit ot PaPer and told the Scotchman to present that paper at the box office and he would get the seats. The Scotchman expressed bis thanks. As he turned to go out he noticed his own card on the manager's table, tie picked it up and said: "Ye'll no be wantin' this noo, I'm thlnkln'; an' I'll tak' it wi' me. It'll do to use agin 1" * *  . Strauis and the Anglo-Saxon Critics The following anecdote of Richard Strauss at a Munich rehearsal is going the rounds of the German papers. An orchestra! work was being rehearsed-very beautiful but very bizarre. In the middle of it the composer rapped his desk impatiently and called to the double bassoon : 'fWhy don't you play the F sharp that is marked ?" The bassoon, a headstrong sprt of fellow, -answered : ."Because it would sound, wrong, that is why;!)" Strauss gave a harsh laugh, and shouted: "What! are you'an English or an American critic in disguise ?" -   ���  "The Girl from Toklo" Those that enjoy a good clean bright farce, have a treat in store for them nex't week at the Majestic Theatre. �Manager Wi}Bon aliyays catering to the wants of hia patrons, 'has'' secured a splendid attraction in "The Girl From Toklo" which la an -adaption from the German for the American stage by Frank Tannohlll, jr., and George W. iBarnum. It was originally produced at the Court .Theatre. Berlin,^ where it enjoyed a run of 215 cou'secutlve' performances. . Its � story and complications are unique and causes no end of genuine laughter; its characters are consistent and human, and its humor absolutely clean and pure. 1'^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^' ^^^^^^^ ' ^^^^^ is all beef. Try it in'place of tea or coffee. A cvip , is; very acceptable after outdoor sports or a -social evening. It .is '.ve'ry little trouble to prepare and. the - change will delight your, friends. Pantage.'s Vaudeville oh Monday at ' the Morris Pantage's is coming to Lethbrldge! Since the announcement in these columns that' the Pantage's vaudeville, was coming to this city, the opening remarks ot this paragraph have frequently been heard on the streets this, last two days. It may not Appear a thing of great importance to the casual peader of these lines, but when one comes tq consider the vast amount, of money that will .be needed to succcisatully finance� the different turns, it means a'great deal to tliqse responsl'bl'e for this new'' form ""of amusement. . : The Lethbrldge public have, in. the past, fully 'demonstrated that they will patronize any show that has the: stamp of merit on It. Therei has been various so-called-vaudeville shows In this town before* and a big percentage of them -have turned out a big frost; but the name of, Pantage is sufficient to-'warrahtf all turns to be of the best. : It might possibly surprise a good, many to- learn the various, amounts ai money which the various a^tlBtp .dmw and It.can be stated, on good author-'i Ity, that thoB.e who will visit ierc th^ ' 9.00 p.ml, and the managemient will reserve seats, and-,'wlll hold them until the beginning of the second performance, after- Which time, should they not be called for, they will be sold. A question has been raised as to whether the hous� will be cleared after the, end of the first show, and the management wish It to be understood thatall will be pem'itted to retalii their b�its, and so witness thc whole of the turns. Reservations can now be made by 'phoning 1156. So book your seats early.   .   At the isijou The large audience ' present last evening were well repaid by the excellence of the program presented and were:loud In .tJielr appreciation of the music furnished by the Prlesz augmented orchestpa that captivates the audiehee from the rise of the curtain, and Is an education as to .the sacred-hiess of an Indian's honor. The comedies are rich in iiumor and are of ?uch a character that one has dlffl-^ culty in returning the countenance; to Its normal co.nditlon. . ' tpT Monday and Tuesday'a very bapaijle program has been arranged. Special mention must bc made .of "The Flirt or Heroine," an army story wherein one of th-e weaker sex displays that excellent trait found In all good women, devotedness. It is a story tha;t appeals and is guaranteed to be enjoyed by every1)ody. "Grandfather" is another subject that is simply and prettily told with just -that tinge of sentiment that stir� the better feeling. Of course the program would not be complete without -the flamoiis. "Pathe's , 'Weekly,'^ '� eagerly looked .for by all photoplay fans, and with a sparkling comedy the performances is worthy of high .patronage. The music furnished by the augmented orchesitra of -five- pieces under the capa.ble leadership of E. M.' Prlesz gives a tone to the entertainment and is'by, far the best In'the city. * * '�'/�..�. The Monarch Theatre A,, goodly audience last night 'wit- -nessed the presentation of .the "Starbucks," from the book by Mr. Oipie Reade, Mr. Reade himself playing the, title role. It'was confidently expected that this would be a magnificent REMEMBER THIS: "The Massacre" HERE SOON Coming Monday March" 3rd. MISS LOUISE ELLIOTTE, Baritone "In Her Brother's Clothes" -TODAY- "men Lincoln Paid" An Overwhelming Two-Reel Feature mMmmmmmimif/miimKmmi -TODAY- Gaumont Gazette The Animated Newspaper LAST TIME TODAY Features Always Always Features -TODAY- "Just BroAvn's Luck" Featuring Mabel Norniand "Your Favorite" ~ mammmmmmimmmamm -TODAY- "The Elite Ball" UPROARIOUS COMEDY feature, and to say the least it was fully up to e pectatlons. Tonight this subject will be repeated, In addition to three new subjects, making a five-reel programme of exceptional merit. Lovers of the photo-play should not forget "Pilgrim's Progress" to be shown in four beautiful reels next Tuesday night. The Monarch o- es-t-ra' will render special music for this occasion, and a rare evening's entertainment is promised those who avail themselves of tHis opportunity to see John Bunyan's masterpiece in motion pictures.  -  At Stariand For the last time today at Star-land, is being shown one of the best two-reel attractions seen here for some time, this being "When Lincoln Paid," a production replete with sensation after sensation.' This is being featured as the special week-end offering at Stariand, and is well worthy of first place.on any programme. It met with well merited, aind overwhelming applause last evening from the large audiences which were in evidence at each sho^v. � Other meritorious subjects on the same bill are two of the imenaely popular Mabel Normand "Keystone" comedies, "Just Brown's Luck," and "The Elite Ball." The lovable little Mabel, is a, firm favorite with all photo-play fans, for she is possibly the cutest and most entertaining comedienne at present appearing-In motion pictures. The balance of the picture end of the picture programme Is admirably sustained by the "Gaumont Weekly Gazette," the popular animated n^ws-paiper. Miss Amy Lawrance completes the bill, with her pleasing reii-dltlon of "I'll sit right on the moon," ably assisted by the Stariand concert orchestra. Two noteworthy attractions coming to Stariand soon arc "The Massacre," a stupendous two-reel feature, and Miss. Ivoulse Elllotte, Starland's newest entertainer, "In Her Brother's Clothes." Monarch Theatre TONIdHT � . 1.-The Starbucks - From the book, by Mr. Ople Heade. A, beautiful drama, starring the author. 2.-The Miller's Daughter^Ex- celjent comedy. 3.-Animated' Wsekly.-Current events In motion pictures. 4.-7HIS Only Son-Drama of real merit. 10 cents :- 15 cents TUESDAY SPECIAL Pilgrim's Progress, In 4 Reels. 1 CHURCH SERVICES Whooping CougK SPASMODIC CROUP ASTflMA COUGHS ^SSOSCKmS CATABRHI COU>S urABLKHSD-vara - A fl'mpfd, sftfe and flfTectlTe. treatment for. bron* ohlat-troubles, avnidtnit druds: '.VaporiceU Creeolons aiops cno panixyiimn or Whooping Coush anil nllcves Bpasmotllo Croup at ones.. J t is u BOON to suiTurera . frotn Asthma. The air cnrrylntf tha antlsuptla vapor. iosplre>lvrItb. every tinrath. malies breatAini! easy : 'soothes tUo sore throat �nd stops tl^e counh, ns^tirinjt restful, nlilhts- It Ir invaluable to mothers with. yountoliUdren. Bcnit postal for descriptive boolilet. ALL ORUaaiSTS. Try ORESOCENB TAUmTSforftleirrltnleil throat- "^ey*T ''""P eUecilve and. onllsent o. Of your ilruji^lst. or from u�i loo.'lo stamps. Vap^'Creaoleno Co. - eCorUsiiASl., N.Y. teeming Mile*. Bulldlog ; Montr�ul, Can. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST-Royal Bank block. 11 a.ra. Wednesday evening testimony meeting 8 p.m. The reading room is open to everyone every day from three to five p.m. Everyone Is cordially Ih-ylted to attend. ,-- . 1 FIFTH A'VTSNUE BAPTIST CHURCH, Corner Bth avenue and 18th street N- R^v. C. B.McKlnnon, pastor. , 11 a.m. and 7.30 pfm. Sunday school, 3 p.m'. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Choir practice, Thursday 8 p.m. All are welcome. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH (Anglican)-Corner Eighth avenue and Eleventh street South.-Rev. Canon Me-Mlllen, rector. Matins, 11 a.m. Sunday school and Bible class, 3 p.m. Bap tism, - 4 p.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. �Holy Communion at 8:30 a.m. on the first and third Sundays; and tat the 11 o'clock service on the second and fourth Sundays. ' 1 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF L.A.TTBR DAY SAINTS-S.O.E Hall, 10th > St. S., near Y. M. ;C. A-9.4B a.m. Ofllcera and teachers meeting; .10 a. m., Sunday School; 2 p.m -Sacrament meeting. 'Visitors always welcome. Bishop B. S: Young, 1211 3rd ave. S. 'Phone 685. ' . CHRISTADELPHIANS - At 838 ST. PATRICK'S CHTTRCH-Rev. A. H. Rosenthal, pastor. Rev. P.'^'Mlnlwe-: gen, nseietant. Mass S . , *',*, FOR SALE On Sixth street South,' near r^e' J) car barns,one: two-storey house,!! " eight rooms, fully, -modern, bright and up to date. $3,500-Small ' Cash 1 Payment* Will Handle, -For particulars' apply .to-r-r^v" C. C. Pagnuelo ,Co. ,ji PHONE 543 ' 12th St., A., N., (between 6th and 7th._Avei).". Breaking oi bread 4 p.m. , , _____ Evening service 7'30 pm A lecture tians-P'lr^t slop," 7'30 p,m.'.suhje t, will bo delivered bv Sidney T. "Bats- "From the .throne to Hhe brotiel," ford, subject, "Christ to come, ox Sunday school ?in4" Oilale'class at 3 heaven at deathEvcrybo'dy wel- n.m. Everybody, welcbtne'.' cqme. Bring.yout Bibles.-No coUecs-i\ KNOJC PKE'SByXERI-^USTr^Mlnl^teft,-tion. ' ' I Rev. A. G. <3ameroa. gervlc^, -U I*: The':Great "^kii^ryrety^-Vjiip^ ing it Berlin, decided to'if rgei tBtfelfe^ minion governJnent to^ appoint, a}ci5M||l| iplsslbh to. handle:;; tfi^ :,'(v6rk' ^pt' larglng the ,W�nand Canal, d-eepenin^i;-the St. Lawrence river, and constmot.,:^' Ecr7ioe"at'lO liii. WednesdayTenten'.<�K � waterway across the 'westerij; service, 8 p. m..: '"fhe Fourth Word, P'raWes. , , I of Christ from-the Cross." CatbChlsm --- .......-��"^'Ai class, Tuesday and .Friday;: at 4.30' p.m. Ladies' Gotta society on'Thurs-i day afternoon at the home of the Misses Gunderson, Third avenue.' � DISCIPLES OF CHRIST-Rcv. J. B: Pickle, pastor. Services will be held- in the First' Baptist church tomorrow. Sundary school- at 10:30i followed by preaching service. Evening service 7:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-Rov. A. C. Watson, pastor, will preach at both services, which will be held in Dhe Bijou Theatre, at 11 a.m. ann 7.30 p,.m.:'Special music will be rendered at the evenina service. ' : ;ST. MARY'S CBURCH-Rev. C. H. Popbam, rector. Holy communion every Sunday at 8 a.m. Matins 11 | a.m. Sunday-school 8 p.m. Evensong : 7:3U p.m.' Choral Eucharist on ths 1 first Sunday of the month at eleven o'clock; WESLEY CHURCH-Rov.- T. P.' Perry, pastor. 11 a. "m- subject:'^ "Christian Completeness:" 7:30 p.m;-! sub eot: "No Dilletcn'e." ' Sunlay school.and Bible class a:t 3 p.m.. Spe- I cial music for the dav," (morning) anthem, "God Is Love",- Shelly ; oRct-torj- solo, '^Tarry With'Me", (Har-' ris), iRhynd Jamisson. (Evening) anthems, "Even Me", (.Warren); "God So Loved the World';, (St.unor); ' "The Day Thou' Gavost',',  (Woodward). ST. ANDREWS. CHURCH - Rev. A. C. Bryan, minister. iL a.m. -sub-jcct, "A' prayer-staircase tor Chi;is- Get Busy Six room house, on 50 r 12,* feet, 12th St.; near dth Avenue J South. � � : -J [ '^^ 5^4,000.00 I J500 N .-sh, balance $30 00 - ....,,.,..v month, , ij Cleal- Title |i The 1 Phone '* ;