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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1? THEXETHBRIDGE'DATLY HERALD 15, THEA Wednesday Thursday, June 19-20 "The-Best Ever' FOUR DAREDEVILS" See This, It's Good, Prices: Adults 15c We are here for your pleasure, Come and See Us A most beautiful subject of heart interest, appealing to all lovers of humane kindness 3 Reels of the latest success in Photoplay, a marvel of photographic art. Children lOc Wear the and Accept This Invitation The First Baptist Church INVITES YOU TO Sunday 16 Evening Topic 'Man and the Mindfulness of God.' A. C.VSATSOX. Pastor MAY CALL SPECIAL CONFERENCE OF CHURCH OF METHODIST CHURCH TO CON- SIDER THE CHURCH UNION QUESTION Winnipeg, June Dr. Car- man, general...superintendent uE the lUeihodist church, in addressing ,the jUe'thodist conference here this after- expressed his satisfaction at the conclusion reached by the Pres- byterian General assembly at Eclinon- regarding church''union. While he did not commit the church to any course of procedure, lie-thought per- sonally that it was desirable that the proposed union should take place. The -'divine., indications he believed, pojntel thar He .said that-the special committee of the church uotild hkch meet Juh aild tjier nuUl discuss ihe id visability of calling the general con- ference for a special meeting. It would, in Ms opinion, be. unsesmlv tor the Meflodisl church to delij proceedings, as there would be no undue haste. T OOK1.XG BACK on the. musica I I j and theatrical season in this 1 city just ended one is inclined to feel encouraged. The musical at j tractions have possibly on the whol I been of a higher standard than th various theatrical bills offered. Nor dica. KubeHk. the Welsh Male Clioii j the Ladies' Choir, .die Intel national Onera Singers, and the ,St I Paul Symphouy Orchestra were outstanding musical events, "while as regards the theatrical productions the only cue possibly which ineasure( up to a high artistic standard the performance- of Oscar Wilde's 'The Broken Law" by Constance Cnwle.v assisted by Arthur: Maude and a really excellent company of clever people well schooled in the finer dramatic art. It was unfortun- ate indeed that Lethbridge theatre folks failed to properly patronize this attraction. However, there, is no use crying over spilt milk. Dealing with conditions musically in this city Is gratifying to note that we have now two choral.organizations, one be- ing the Philharmonic Society and the other Young People's Choral Un? ion conducted respectively by J. "W Joues and E.-F. Lay ton, two gentle- men well known here. The concerts given by both choirs aroused a great First Class Table Board 229-11th St., S Home Cooking m deal of interest-and it was niy priv ilege to attend both events. Each choir up to about the same nu- merical strength, and was praiseworthy indeed., 1 am. given to understand, however, in .connection with the rehearsals .of these organ- izations, dint a large, percentage of the choristers who originally joined (Hopped oil and eunced little 01 no interest jn .the work of the chorus whatever. This .is unfortunate, 'hut there ifc a lemedv Al> own lence h is been and is tint a conduc j tor must hue about him -i of ho first and foremost wil submit to discipline and yte-ld un fiinchlngly to .his wishes. On the other hand a chorus must be Uep fiilh interested it each rehearsal I a trouble maker dppeir among members of a chorus it is wise-to make him toe the mark and if he or she fails to obey, then re- jmove the offender. .This course may iuot.be at. all very agreeable, but i __, I is the safe move to make. Lethbridge must advance m a bigger measure next season .musically if she woulc draw the attention of, the muaacl' world. There is no reason why this chy should not become a ceutre foi the development and cultivation of the finer arts. .At-.the present time, if a first class' theatrical attraction came along it not be UberaUj pauomzed if it came in the re- gular theatre season. At the recent Conducting Exams Here Richard Taltersal, of the faculty of tJie Toronto Conservatory of Music, is in the city today conducting exam- inations on behalf of 1 hat institution. Quite a number of local piano stud- ents' are being examined. Donizetti of Scotch Descent There-is nothing about the name of Donizetti at first sight to associate it with the land -of -Kilts, yet, never- theless, the composer of Lucia di Lammerraoor was the grandson of a native of Perthshire. Scotland, nam- ed Izett. Izett was beguiled into join- ng the. British army by the fascinat- ing glamour of a recruiting sergeant, and was drafted to Ireland. He was taken prisoner by General La Hocihe when the .-.French invaded Ireland, and being weary of soldiering, enter- ed the .General's service. -Eventually he drifted to .Italy, and married a lady of rank. His name was changed to and by this name his grandson became, famous The Scottish, ancestry of the com poser, shows itself, in Lucia di La-m- course-, is founded on a Scotch in Don PO.S quale; though Italian influences un dpubtedly predominate. It is a cm ous fact that while Scotland has pro- duced few composers of lier own here are at.-lea.at three musicians.of he highest stuiviimg. ,are. of icotch desi GTICL, and h-e Unerttau AlatDoHell UNUSUAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY Positive Proof" "A thrilling and life like Western drama, >veil actod, amongst beautiful scenery, that is remarkably portrayed, and full of exciting incidents. This Is a picture TAT PTi- A picture that everyone can is novel, iu- iVJj JUjXl ft J.Tlj'11 vjgorating and satisfying.' (Seeing is believing.) TTTT1 TWT It is an "Edison" and that means 13 lot. You will 1 JUJlj 1 Al JiJN 1 U.U see class" of photography, clever act- ing, and "Scenic Effects" of the very best, WE SHOW YOU THE LATEST STYLES FIRST If you dtn't Ilkrthim hivi eup will known tint lint (f high grade QENTLCMEN'S to suit ill tMlx Jnd Ytu will find nothing out of or at itora. Wt wnnt. your future muoti ihow, or try t. y.u but tllT. In ind IM ih.w yiu the In TOOT TOGGERY perorimnce gnen bj "Miss Cranlev ind her company in The Broken to Inch 1 haie alreadi made reference, a number of the audience kept up a continuous chatter and gig gletl as if tnere ne-e no others In the theatre but them. And remember, these very .persons professed to be well e luca ed It is not at all a good idvertiaement for Lethbridge to have first class cpmpany of players ccnie here anil be laughed at- for certainly in cildence that we do not know how to properlv appreciate his trlonic ait or even conduct oursehes with decorum. of the- atrical entertainments if raised ougiit to command liberal attention from the people of this city. The local choral societies must also be liber ally supported by: every citizen or else the bottom will fall out of everything, gome time ago the Lethbridge Or- chestral. Society gave un 'the ghost all because of. lack of interest on the part of the vast majority of ils mem bcrs. it is a sad state of iltiirs to relate, hut the truth remain! .just :he same. Let every music lover and those svmpathetically inclined rally next season and give this city one tre- mendous musical lift forward. By all means oncourage anything which deserves encouragement, but don't throw money and time away on mis orable affairs which only deserve se- vere condemnation. On several oc- casions, by the way, I oKcrert the sug- gestion that a "Woman's Musical Club" he formed, and if all goes well next season will. see the. organization of such .a .club. The Herald Is .out to aid in making this city a beehive of musical activity, for by so doing it believes it will be contributing a very valuable asset which cannot be ignored or vverentimatBd, A "Plea for Musical Criticism 'Ju his- admirable work Studies in Music, WisH. Hadow has the ollov.'iiig pertinent.remarks to 'make pon, the subject of criticism VFber-e always have been musical critics jwho are great iiQiigh, to be their umber is small and their, voice too frequently overpowered in. the bahel c-f the judgment-seat. For the rest we-, must only conclude either that their exclusive study of rule aud-pre cept induces a narrow and illiberal temper, or that they write an 'inadequate sense" of their responsi bllities. It is so carp, it is-so easy to point an epigram at the im- maturities of q. new geniua and thaiul realises'1 the ner. In opinion {i musician s real Toronto Conservatory Of Music EDWARD FISHER, Mus. Doc., Musical Director EXAMINATIONS JUNE AND JULY Applications must be in not later than May 1st CONSERVATORY RESIDENCE for young lady students it being; greatly enlarged and will be ready for open- ing-September 2nd, Year Book, 170 pages, mailed on ap- plication. work, only begins, when he has reach' ed what is called perfection, viz., a point beyond which h-e has apparently nothing more ..to sohn. "Casey Tonight The success of Oliver Labadie's corned} Case) Tones w-is of such a satisfactory .nature that the manage- ment was induced 'to launch several new there -being four sep- arate productions now touring the different'section "of the country. A ;pan> headed bj Ollie Mack appear at, the Majestic Theatre to- night. Ollie Mack is well remembered as thV co-star in the''famous Murray Mack, production of "Shooting the "Finnegan's etc. and as public preference1 this season to -favor 'comedy and establish c-d coine'hans in e nth Holistic recei tion Hill no doubt be accorded this old favorite in a new play Bijou's New Manager We are pleased to announce that from Monday nexUL. H. pop ular 'manager- or. f lie- Bijou -Theatre, assumes sole control, pur chased the interest held by C. A. Kelh It' is proposed to immediately .com- re-modelling the interior. mak- the seating acommodatioh 'more comfortable than heretofore; the in stallatiou of electric fans, and other modern and up to date appliances, permitting patrons to sit and enjoy the performance in real, cool com- fort. On Mondaj and Tuesdav evening next, the 17th and 18th will be presented "The Four Dare a story woven round the lives of four small children, who are compelled by circumstances and -a- cruel guardian to exhibit on the.- flying, trapeze, in -or- der to obtain the bare necessities o'. [ife. In an interview with one who witnessed this wonderful film, we. are Majestic Theatre TO-NIGHT THE COMEDY HIT OF THE CENTURY MR. OLLIE MACK THE; FAMOUS LITTLE COMEDIAN IN----- ..SEiF "Casey Jones" WITH THE DAINTY COMEDIENNE MISS PE4KL GOLDI3VG ,AND.-SPECIAL CAST An Alluring and Fascinating Ptay of Newest Ideas A "'You'll Laugh till You're'Red "Face NEW SONQS MUSIC Prices 00 75c 50c Gallery 25c Seals on Sale at Rochon's Ice Cream Parlors informed he so enthralled with i to: secure this the greatest of all mo tiou picture The enterprising spirit displayed by the Bijou-mana ger calls for and .con tinned success should be assured him ANGLICANS Toronto; ABOLITION OF- BAR .Tune The Angllcai Synod here -today refused to endorse the petitions to abolish the bar m Ontario., and threw out Edmund Jones' .proposition to change the name'of the Church of England in Ca- nada to something more appropriate. the portrayal that Tor-seme time after the reels were run he sat REDUCE PRICE OF CEMENT !N ONTARIO Toronto, June. meet compe- wondering at the outcome of -mechani- cal ingenuity and photographic geu; ius. Our readers cannot afford --to miss this delightful" picture, Mr. having taken a special trip to Calgary tition expected ae the result of the government's reduction of the duty on cement, the Canada Cement Co. OF INTEREST TO WOOL GKOWERH PRICES OF WOOL IA EAGLAAD RELIEVE INSOMiS IA It yow cannol.., lupply you, the Q, reoeipt ttt South Devon Leicester Border Leicester Wensleydale floscommon Komney Marsh iritstone Cheviot. (Super) Scotch Blackface Herd wick Lbnk Scotch Crossbred Mildand Halfbrecl Norfolk Shropshire Ityeland......... Southdown Wiltshire Hampshire Suffolk Dorset Horn Dorset Down Oxford j logg; 20 cenh 1954 IS 54. 37 i4 26 Id 1514 20 20 2.'i 2-1 2li Tegs 20 2S J7 26 26 2754 26 2454 2554 Ewes W 39 IS .16 JO 22 2! 23 21 23'., IS 22 2, 27 27 2, 2 2' 26 24 23 Kerry Hill NOTK: 'Hogg" means first fleece 'Wether" means subsequent fleeces (two shear or over) Togs" and "ewes" are the terms used In the Down districts and mean practically the saino-thing. Greasy Crossbred Merino wool is worth from 22 to 2IJ cents in Bradford accqrding to duality. The average price is 30' cents The above quotations show the prices paid on the world's greatest wool market. Market for wool when properly put up, i.e., each bale contains nothing but tho wool from sheep of the sa.mp age and the same breeding. The attention of sheep ranchers IK especially directed to the prices paid for tho wool of the Romney Marsh breed. Tho value of the wool of Uifa breed In part explains why few years It became the favorite long-woolod crossing on Merino ewes in AushaHa and South Africa, ami 1L is gaining KO rapidly in favor ill Nev- Zealand and Arcentino. today announced a reduction of ten cents a barrel for. Ontario. This, re- duction may be extended to the West- ern provinces. KflHHEflU 3TEIM5HIPS.III.- The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest Route to London on Ton Floating St. Lawrence" RMS Royal Eduaid June 12 R.M.S..Royal George.......June 26 Rates of .Passage 1st "class ?92.oO and1 upwards 2nd class 153.75 and upwards 3rd class Bristol or London Ask any. railway or steamship agent for illustrated Booklets rates, etc., ur write- A.H.DAVLS, WINNIPEG Or SB MITCHELL, Agent CPR Lethbridge. WHITE iSTAR-! Sailings from Montroal Every Saturday for Liverpool, calling at Quebec Laurentic June 8, July 6, Aug. 3 July 13vAug, 10 22, July 20, Aug. 17 29, July 27, Aug. S.S. LAURENTIC, S.S. MEGANTIC Largest and Finest steamers ID Canadian trade. Stntmch and steady. Excellent occonimbiJatlons for all classes. MODERATE RATE SERVICE S.S. Teutonic and S.S.: Canada carry one clais (2nd) cabin only The best these steamers afford at moderates ratos, alao comfortable two, four and alx-berth rooms For reservations, ratos plans il- lustrated booklets, to railway or steamship agents or to W. M. McLEOD, C.WlP.A. 333 Main Street Winnipeg ;