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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June S, THE LETHBmnGE DAILY HERALD Y 9 LOOK FOR THE Russell Motor Car Display INTHE "Made-in-Oahada" Train H. T. Henderson Garage Cor. IHh St., inul Are. Phone 588 Automobile Repairing Wcj-niT .hi a to do. all kinds, of .All work teed-and only workmen: (jin ployed. Give UN a Trial .-Themss Nivcn MACHINISTS Street, Lethbridje, Alberta Alex. Nlvin 'MADE -INr Train Exhibition twelve- electric-lighted over one hundred inte'r- eatinj exhibits .wooderful industrial, development i Iroii i" to m. Don't miss this unique "Travelling It WfJJ be atlon to you. Free iilustmied Iccturei during visit. ADMISSION QAR THROWING AS1D1C many of tho moBt cherished riik'B of chlh Instruction, ji Toronto music mister, W. J. DoiiYlUe, sited In all tho Roman Catholic schools of tlic city a system'of leacli Ing every semblance of iiovelly. Under hie system of tonehlng.voca music Is fur from being all'recreation or nlcimire. lint, whatever, the cur- ricEtncss and application wltli the work is carried, out, Mr. Danville knows hoiv (o apply the yetl: .principle of sustaining interest. example, In a class room, .occu- pied by about lifly boys, tlie his lesson 'with scale in- In1 unison by thfi- whole thiij" exercise the boys 'accom- plished with accuracy of intonation In all degrees of pilch and at a lomno which showed they co'ufd 'read an-J sing at sight with rapidity, l-'or Ihie exercise the supervisor employ-ad the tonic sol-la modulator. Then for the bake" o[ variety lie hail them again sing Interviila, using a. system hand signs, which closely resembled the signs of the dumb alphabet and which were accurately descriptive of the anil nitch of the tone de- sired. The syateni is so aptly descriptive that n word cr two regarding it may be ot value in other iruarL-ers. The tonic Is pignaled with .he closed .HBL and connotes a ilrm note: the third of the scale Is signaled the open hnud, hori- zontal, .-palpi .Eucliig downward, sug- gesting a calm tone; -the fifth of scale is signaled with the open baud, vertical position, and sug-, jests iv oneu. tone; the sixth1 the scale is with the oiien land drooping downward and sug- gests-the mournful ions. qf the scale, low !'exiJTCEsfvc' all thds'c signs are s more evident perhaps in ,practical -mil the: ihost expressive1 of all of "scale or' ''lending Tljis is signaled 'closed list 'lint) (index finger pointing upwards, nnd of course suggests to Hie mind Mint the' singer must lake th-a lone which 'lends inlo the octave The pointer and modulator ,arc' rather too abstract .slioVed that Jie'-inKleratbo'tl- tesslty or iiitcrest'ing the mind by using more, .concrete and signals which the -iligntal. fuc- 'B "fUng" in I'.ngllab next fall, Air. llainmerEitclii -said: "If, 1 do produce ft 1 would only do BO -In English, but 1 huvc no phuiB for the future yet. inay leave ii to my auccGSEo-r io pro'diice. o'jini-a In Klijj- llflh because 'it jis problematical If liahall con'linuc here aflc-r tho ent seaKon, ends in Blx weeks. "My perl on CC'IH Iliat. grand opora In [fi ouly at theatre prices. Then It must bo, first, partly. In English and. gradually all fciijjliali, and to do that without any aid or sub- vention from others takes more than olio pian. It can bo accomplished without aid at theatre prices, L-d Hint souip H more Ingenious limn .1 am in obtaining artists and all adjuncts n-ocessiiry for conducting grand oyera at prices thut would meet the reduced income." DANBY PRIZE FOR POTATOES Who CRii' BTtfiif thb hest peck; or .polatoQs.ln .the ..world? -Mr.. PoLjito.'Fnrnier. here 'fs your .chance. If.-.yqu can gather together .11. peQk'of vere .ever grown, to Lcth- hriflEe..next October, show ttlem at Ihe Dry'Fju-ming Congreas cxpoaHibn and It is on -T. 'V> lop Time! Supreme above all othcrg in qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- ence Alberta's Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, pii "Invariably, dependable. .-Your gro- cerknow9 him. lake home prize. Three liui fired dollars is'considered .'a very fal prize for a pock of potatoes even i 'Western-- Canada where- they reac famine pricea This valnable'prtmiiim.' which Is're presented in a-'Rpfcldlhg deep [illin machine, by. Spaldfn Plow Cleveland, .Ohio, and nd'd anolher ftne prlzje .to, the list alread; .advertised by conimil tee. The.deep .tilling niachjne ,ia con sldered tlie-lalest thinp Iji dry farm ing'implementa. It will plough am mix (he soil to ,a elghteni Incb-es, and in mixing the surface wltl the subsoil new characteristics of th soil are brought which a'nd great ]y to its value In-dry Hirmlng. Somewhere1 in'4'ic -world will he grown, peck of potatoes c the and niBn with ibc n rinisile amount'of conceit to believ IhaL he has :that'-peck of Uibefa wi! have (.he. deep tiller-laid down at his very If. the -jiidges are of tlie saiue "opliilon.1 DROWNED IN SASKATCHEWAN Roslhern, Sriak., June budj of a Doting'niiin jiamed Lawson D landla, wae picked up fron the South Shskatchew'aii'Driver near Ihe Hague and brought to Hague vil lago yesterday. LnW.ipn was missing len days IVom Xealaodin; MINISTERS AND REAL ESTATE Moose Jaw, June question of whether a preacher-should, dabble In real estate oi" not. has be oh ral by a member or the .Saskatchewan Mot hod in I. conference, niitl a lively dc- b.ito Is expected lyh-en It la.presented for discussion. Wbcn you': bay ask'for matches ultles; into. py.Mhe .piirious im- young peculinr pleasure o-r vccDghlUpnl'-''-For we Team with saidf-'Jlr. Douvllle, "we well." The modulator' and hand sign ex-- ercise were followed by ah exercise in two pai't' hflrmony (nl'to' arid so- prano) then by exercises; in nota- tion, ear training and reading; and, finally; by the singing'-of a new Improving the Opera Opera' Man.iger do you suggest rtny iiniiroi'einciub niy house besides sinking (he or sink the stage New York is threatened with n Mexican grand op-ara Invasion, accord- ng to pliins dlscloacd thiH week. .Mlchelo Slghldl's' 'grand opera conf- from the City' of .Mexico is con- templating a season early next fall at Broadway theatre. Slgaldi has hecn in Ydrk for a few weeks to Biuiihg for Eiivoye in search ot new slar'a. Opera In Parjs .and New York So far as. inoiicy expenditure is concerned. New Vork easily led the vest bC America In musical paironago during the season; Just laying out nearly ,To appreciate thatjpijin IHs iiecoEBavy only- to says the London Daily AJnll. thut accortlhig io ollicial Ilgnres (obtained through Ihe taxes collected on public amusements) Paris spent fraiit-s -ror its grand opera, frinc-o for the Opcri- franca lor1 the Gpn; eervntoire concerijs; francR for .-the'1 Coloniie trancb ifpr .the nnd I'rancs'for.j-jaeijtals, ictc. "in ot.her words. New Yorlt'snent over more for its 'opera than Paris- gave i'or nil of its. includ- ing ojiorn. and 'The Br'Alc'en Law" "HOOT HERE AT FORGET IT." June 12 and AND 12 ind 13. That Monster Scotch Production (In two reilij A rri 1 AVf 1 magnificent and qoitly production based on the.'vords n i i> Qf gongM 13 fnmouy and popular In. every cor- ner of tho eurth. tf you miss it you'll be '4 It was taken "aniaus" "Honny lllllB of Scotland." IL features "Florence Turner" and "Jean" llio ..Hiuious1 Viiigrapli dog. "I'll tr.k' _ 1 kindness yel for the days of Auld Remember IL is a two-reel feature. a Guy Toronto Conservatory Of Music .EDWARD FISHER, MUS- Doc.F Muiical Director EXAMINATIONS JUNE :AND JULY Applications must be In not later than'May lit. CONSERVATORY RESIDENCE for young lady students is ueinu greatly enlarged and will be ready for open-, ing September 2nd. Year Book, 170 pages, mailed or. ap- plication. MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT f And HER LONDON PLAYERS, Including MR. ARTHUR MAUDE, in A SOCIAL DRAMA "THE BROKEN LAW" "A drapia'of unusual-merit luperbly playtd by Mist Crawley and her pa.uette.. "In this play Mils Crawjey may "be classed with Irving, Bernhirdt, and Ellen Presse. f MIis Craw ley Is route, and. playi with the.ordinal cut of absolutely ind with unparalleled aueceis. throughout flrit Canadian'tour. 76c, 50c and 25c cd by a natnralneBs well In Iwejting with like Incidents of everyday llfe.- The story Is one ov love and .mission, and the theme of the dramatist was. well borne out. It waa brimful' of clever Uialcsu-c to ihe' clcc-" Lionary powers "'of the full, pustice. There was much that 'was' frrai'se--; palm would readily, be conceded.'-io-Mlsg Constance Craw-j ley for her excjuisil-a impersonation of; Mrs. JJavehtry. She is an actress of; i-arc'-expreeBiveneas and of consider-? ulile 'iraglc power, and Ihe played gave. her tlve opportunity of! displaying the fulness of .her gifts, which she distinctly accomplished. ('AB -Mr. 'DuvonLry.Mlit! husband ot a ceftnln uoclal type, Arthur Ulaudo was convlnciliig. Avoiding' die :intl- in s'cenes which w-are thrilling, ho gave a Testrlcied and masterful petforniance. iliss Jlose CHjnpbcll very. BltilCully iilayod the the in the scene whers a. ab'meM'lmL' e'qulvb'cal situation. If fine acting should, prove an at- she is surprised by her husband, she traction, the Majestic.? niighl i'f1' In nil th'fi hymeneal but- Purity Bottling Works Manufacturers, of Aerated Waters and Ciders our1" Strawberry Cre'ain Soda, f Iprripiuulejin; small at "Oc per TJ.se our For a Summer Drink (JljiM.1 Phosphate or Phone 684 crowded tonight .to- witness ihe. SCG- performance MQ! Broken -Law.'-' TOie play iHifull-oMntePTjeTtng situations, ;ind as performed last night, they lost nothing nn ..the manner -the principals in the drama'made use of T'HEY HAVE A TRUE SAFETY 9A8E HEAD, WITH SILENT TIP. WILL .NEVER EXPLODE IF STEPPED ON. Eddy's Matches liave Isfled. Canadians since no others The 1.1. Eddy Ctmpany, Hull, Canada [j'atin hymii, "O and. vin Fath- score, so writ- ten, on the blackboard in tonic1 sun's' at1' sight''by th In" 'this they acquitted 'theiii 'selves' admirably; their -'-harmonies were true nnil the reading -rapid am accurate ami (heir feeling1 for'rhythm and expressive phrasing musical Hut, the'supervisor had'anothersiiv prise ready when he asked tho pupils lo sing a brand-new plain chant sot ting from the four-line' slave lo tho fnmiliar words of the mass, "Kyrle Eleison." This would hnve been dif ficiilt even for (trained members1 of a eanctuary choir. Tor not only -.'was the chant written on a four-line stove, and the chant Itself new to it was in the minor mode, and they did not have the support of an organ. Yet these young hoys and girls, sang the chant wllh accurate inl and pleasing phrasing. Toronto Cons. Exams Richard Tattersal of 'the' Conservatory of Music, will be in the cily-on the 15th hist, to conduct'ex- iminntions hen; on toalihlf of that In- stitution. Mr TnUersaV Is recognized throughout the Dominion as'a very nble musician. Me occupieH tho post of organist, anil choirmaster of St. Thomas' church. Toronto, and Is a lianUt ot. consldcraulft attainments.. Rubinstein Mussunr A iiiiiscuin consiatine ..cnlefly of iouv-anirn of AnlOTi Rubinstein bus jeen .opened at the .Moscow Conser- -atoire. A New Mass Cflrdlnal filbhoua wna discussing nil more and his band. continued the Cardinal, was fumoiis for his playing of Mo- 'B 'Twelllh Mass.1 On one pcca- Hloii hn pliiycil it In ;i Norih Unrnllna town, tiIK! next day Hie local luper niinouniwd (1ml 'rendered with effort Mozart's Twelfth Maasii- chusetls.' Mugiizlne. Has Hnmmerslein Failed? Osrnr Iliiunnerslelu piacilcally con- fcsHt-s the Inllurc of hits ofiorntlc cn- lerprlnc in London In nn Inlcfviow puhlLshod recently In Ihu 1'all .Mall Gazelle, nnd IntliualnK IhuL tic will wUMrtnv "fvo'.n ihe Held nt Use cud of his summer season, jirohnbly io re- liirn to New York. Cjnr.slionnd lo [be rumor that fco Intended iiro'tluciils them. Every m amber company. well inlo the acting throughout was distlnguish- KDHTHEflN STfUMSNIPH LOT; The Royal tine MONTREAL TO BRISTOL, QUEBEC ENGLAND Shorteit Route to London on Ton Floating Palaces. SI. Lawrence .Sailings R.M.S. Itoy.il June 12 R.AI.S. Royal 2G Rales 1st class 'fdZ.uQ'antl upwards 2nd class upwards 3rd class Dilstoivqr.. London: AGlc any :siehma'bip agent for illustrated; rates, etc.. or GENERAL AGENT, 2ST2REEATN Or S.B.MITCHELL, .C.P.R., Lelhbrtdge. IT V A. burst natural hi such circumstances. M'isB; jUargarel Ryan was true to life Hnllingrlbn. and Gerald Pring 'as Mr. Aahers showed air the RUHT- acterlptlcs "crl a flue creation..' JJIss Edith Yrw'in gave the piny the neces- sary touch of humor. Sailings from Montrsal Every Saturday for Liverpool, calling at Quebec Laurcntic June 6T Aug. 3 June 15, July 13, Aug. .10 June July 20, Aug. 17 Tuetonlc June 27, Aug. 24 S.S. LAURENTIC, ,S.S. MEGANTIC Largest and Finest steamers in Canadian trade. Sliumch and l-JxcellfMii -hccbmniuiRillonH for all filassfiS- MOhKHATp: HATK SKllVICir, S-S. Tuutoiiin ami S.S. Canada narry one clas.s rvhil) cnbln only The lirst afford at niodf'rc.M.1 rilso coin for I able thlrd-nlnas four ami six-berth voonin. For reservations, rates plnns II- hiflfrnted booHMa, etc., apply railway or steamship or to W, M. 333' Main jjj Winnipeg MAN AT GRANUM BROKE INTO BUTCHER :SHOP AND QUANTITY OF EGGS .AND BACON Granuin. .lunc The AlbcrU Mcot Martcl was broken inlo aomellme li-st. nialil, ami n liaslicl of eggs and sonic "slabs" .of Inicoii were slofni. .N'o AITCSI.S liayc hccn mild? ytl, ImL tlicy cxirecl Ui liavc 11m lUici liclorc long. Ur.' Hrnvslrr, Ilic vclcrinnry from. Claicsliolin, paiil Oraiiiini a visit this week. Mr.' niiil Airs. and 1'aul C'lark hift Sunday t-vcninK for a visiL Lu Salt Like. Stanley Hoylc !ftt .Sunday nycniiiB for liis lioir.WiUail.1 Jlr. and Mrs. Kriink Daley are back liqinc, annin from lliL-ir boincslcad. Ii'. jMrlloiKald, contraetdr for Ilic N.R., left licrc on Monday rvcning fot Maple Creclc, Sask., Io liring back ,a bunch of horses to aa tlie To Citizens in the Duff Addition linyo opciicd'a grocery sLoip at the conior of'9l-li''Avc. and ilth Si., and can supply you Ice Cjaeni uncl Soft W. fi. Connor PHONE 1035 Evans cainr. from Kcn- inath Falls on Mon.lay The c-omiilg fair in August, promises Io le bolter lll.ln lasl yrar. A sports I'uin'iiiiitcr lias liceu apiioinlcd. Dick Wlnchpstcr hoinjht a lul nn A'.-jin sheet last week from Jaiurs lilair. Krauk (iiiniletle li'fl lasl cvcniiiB lor a few days. A ijond shower of rain- .starled here last iijtthl, II. .1. SnrU is ..liaving a wfll on liis place this week. Dick li-r lias Ihe. conlracl. i I'Td. Urfrreze. is back in (own again irtim lirookK. l''.il. is !uisy the] painl !irlisli as .usual. A Inker shop is opmed next Io Mel'jin.in's cale. Klnee Ihe lie have brfii Ink-' en unroll Nailway nnil pnl on' llu1 sule slrrcl it has made a Miss (tladys has lak- ni a pnsilion ns tplcplionc operator 1 MI Ilic lorn] esehancc, .Mrs. l.cwls leaving for Calgary. j SUGGESTION BY THE MAYOR USE WATER -pROM-'WELL TO IR- RIGATE STREETS AND ptANT :TREEB Taber. JIHIQ 'meet- ing of the Bonvrl. of Trade was held last niffhi, and was largely attended. The Secretary aanouncetl .that the Council lind made a p'r-allni'lriary grant of ?riOO.OO towards the 'work', ot tho Hoard. Some acconntu were'.passed, nnd 'the matter of a First of; July cel- ebration discussed. The date being so close at hand, U considered wiser Lo put off Una .celebration until a later date, and It thai the Hoard will co-operate with the Ag.'i- cultur.'il and have a --gala day on Fair day In September, with a view of making- the Fair better nnd more attractive. Ex-Mayor BiiBECsled that the. water which is run- ning from the gas .well, be ulllizcd to some vf .llio, .residential streets of the town, and suggested that ..trees tailglil 'bo planted. This, matter, it was decided, to fore the attention of the Council, Tvtiswell, Shiclls appointed to present sub- ject at the next meeting of the Coun- cil. A lei (er from 'tne GMgiry- Trndc, I'cgardlnB convention "to held in that city to .diaousa tihf ing of ihe Panama Canal-on the fiit- urc interests of Western Caimdai TIB referred to- the South ciate Boivrd for Joint Bo.ird Instructed His Secretary to write Ihe Post'Office Department ab- out service for Alby, the population in the district liavlng'siked the Taber Board to assist In thig much needed Improvement. The Made-ln-Canadn train- arrived at S.I'iO tliis morning, and WHS filled 'ivlth visitors nil morning, the town presenting a busy aspect, as .many farmer's were in from distant polnti. TWO FISHERMEN DROWNED .Canso, X. S., June Ltinen- schooner Calavera reports Ihe loss by drowning of two-of hsr-craw wliile llshJng.orf C.ipe'North, were George 'Ncisner o-r Chpjlef anil nernrinl.YoiniB. un- The British and Colonial Photographic Co, COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, .IMPORTERS ANO -DEALERS IMIOTOGKAI'inO SUPPLIES Wholi'Siilc. iintl Rclnil, Sherlock Printing md Develop for Imjteurs All Work Finished Same Developing loc roll Printing 50c per Am. ;