Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDQE, ALTA., SATURDAY, MARCH 13, OF CANADA To Send Money Safely use our Canadian Bank- ers1 Association. Money Orders. They are ____________ payable in Yukon the principal cities of the United States. They are convenient, cost little, and you run no risks. Buy Drafts for amounts over Telegraph and Cable Transfers issued. Exchange bought and sold. Savings Accounts may be opened deposits of and upwards. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderso.i, Manager. From a Western Window that would horrify Easterners, and finally go off within an hour of en- i taring the shop carrying home the new purchase." Of course it's different in the East. People first go to the openings to "look around" and make a tour of all the tjhops where hats are dis- played, then seriously decide where -they will besow their patronage. Alter that, the question of cost is debated, in the "cent belt" that is a vital question. Per- haps it is not so much to our credit as we are wont to imagine that we ignore the pennies, but it's a fact that, do. However, when there are only two or three millinery salons where per- haps only one hold sway for years, one soon learns that delay dangerous, and that wise women rush where laggards fear to tread. So. like the cowboy "pays your money and takes your choice." The hats, such oi them as were left Jate in the late iifternoon. are j very wearable and quite likeable even on "lirst acquaintance. They are in j very large 'shapes, and in small tur-1 bans, so .ought to suit everybody. The j colors are soft, and pretty, the new j grays bfing particularly fascinating, i It's a pity that of these love-1 ly'creations are doomed to rest in i their boxes for a few weeks yet. i though spring is in the air, it is an unwritten decree of Dame Fashion that new bonnets must not appear The Alleviation One month my lady is pleast wear T collar cribbed from De later she's dressed hei In coifs Elizabeth loved to Her lines go drooping desjn As styles of-the "Thirties express. to dumb under the witchery of her won- till leister. derful power. Such, in brief, are some of the By (W the dectnc l.Sht Han. but i i are only facts and tell us nothing of I the real personality of the musician. v i it is one of the most beautiful things about her to know that, with all the heaped upon her, she is ab- Though 'shocking these 'to you and Supposing the manner went with the dress! Some morning The chum uepanuiB in poisoned agong In Tudor periods you would That voice whose were a caress, Which now es fre 'with violent oaths iiiak- f'maaners went with the dress! Dear., though your costume rang, 1ns- Your own sweet self is the same to as I Supposing the manners went tne dreSllLayton Brewer, in Life. of Marie Hall, the young solutoly advice which I pass on. Smne of you may already "know it but there mav be others to whom it is new. This wise man said that old burners lUHpoiled and unaffected, which ore nearly burned out con- and critic savs "one of the far more power thaii new ones M winsome and appealing person- and of course, give less lieht Most, frame, e are thankful that her won- zlm- hght. Now 1 waif n derful siiis were discovered, and i for a rennenon n the light. trained, and that tills delicate %flow- er of was not "left to blush unseen] and waste it sweetness on the desert air." Of course, everyone went to see the hats on Thursday, and many who vent to see remained to pay. That is gratifying part of it from the the milliner's" standpoint. One of them who lias lately come from the East seemed very "much struck by our Western way of doing things, and. said it took her breath completely to and es. how quickly the hats were soldv no demurring whatever at. pric- "Pt-ople come in to she said, "and make up their minds in a way jj-vvhur aspect T recital for his benefit, Marie showed a of it i tin: mOHCV, if there is any that is SOCIAL AND PERSONAL The school room of Knos Church j presented a verv gay and animated j appearance on Monday evening when the ladies of the church served dinner to a lanre number of people. The school room is admirably suited for such a purpose, and was not incon- .veniently crowded. The tables look- ed very dainty and pretty, each with its c-jntrepiece of Hewers. One large the clergy and the Press, and'seemed to be the tccne of much cood cheer. The proceeds were in the neighbor- hood of S1SO. and the members of Ladies Aid are to be warmly con- gratulated on the success of the affair Robert Service, the well known writer Of the Sourdough poems, will join the ranks of the benedicts in early summer. The prospective bride is a prominent Winnipee: lady. ham heard her, and was so much the elssohn Grieg "Sonata" from her fairy bow he asted'her father to leave the, child with him and gave her months of valuable instruction. While in Bristol, some time after. kind friends -persuaded her father to an agreement to give her up for three yews until she, had studied, and the young girl was taken to Lon- don .and placed under a governess with whom she studied French and German. In 1901. she was sent, to the re- nowned Bohemian master of the vio- lin Professor Sevcik of Prague, and ir months had sxtrpassed any pupil -he had ever bad. -At her first concert she was recalled thirty tunes. It was in London, however, when j made her first public appearance that she achieved -her greatest tri- umph up to 'that time. St. James :Hall was crowded with and critics, and ehe ;had to respond to endless encores. Two weeks later she played again, with grand orcnes- tra her last- number being Beethov- en's "Kreutzer Sonata. Again, the building was crowded to overflowing, an unprecedented event in the .case of an artist's .second appearance, and particularly of one so for she was only .nineteen. The critics ex- hausted their adjectives, and otto MARIE HALL Concert Recital The World's Greatest Violiniste LOUlt BASCHE Solo Pianiste and Ac- companist HAROLD BEALEY Baritone EN" Knox Church WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17th Subscription lists at Hig- inbotham's and [Robertson's Boole Store. Plan opens for subscribers Monday, the gen- ral public Tuesday, 16th. Established'1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA U S Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Rates Accounts of'All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms SA VINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of SI and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deposit at highest rates The measles still continue to and .-i. troodly number of professional I men of the town have been forced .to i leave their houses and co to the ho- jtels. In some famines the period of quarantine is lengthened, as all the _ i children have not taken the disease .at j the same time. It is rather, hard on one's patience to look forward to a release and then find that the child who has hitherto been immune, has I decided to follow the popular fashion. The disinfecting seems to be the most unpleasant feature of the whole thinsr. and the Medical Health Officer tell tales, if he would, .of strange scenes attendant in fecting process, and of wily house- keepers who would like to evade the nowers that be, but find it impossible. Here is something- new 'from one of the Vancouver papers.- There are now two fencing clubs for ladies in the city. One' has been 'in j existence for some years, the "Flour j de I As." The other has just been formed by' the ladles who arc under tho tuition of Mr. R. P. West .and will be known as the Vancouver La-] dies' Fencine Club- .Further details concerning these two clubs will be iven on a future date. From -the -above information it will be seen that fencing, 'as an exercise for ladies is steadily jraininc adher- ents and one may safely say that those who once take up the pastime, rarely erve it up. The two clubs in- tend to become affiliated to the Am- ateur Fencing Association of Great Britain and although the roll of the association shows twenty clubs, there is but- one club, the Ladies London Fencing Club. Therefore Vancouver will take the lead. On Monday afternoon last, the Hel- iconian Cluj. of Toronto, cave a tea! at McConkey's in honor of Miss Mane Hall and the Social and Personal col- umn of Saturday-Nicrht has this ac- count of the caLherin- which will- be of interest to us as we .hope .sopn_ to welcome the channinir young artist. "Miss Smart, president, of the Hel- iconians, assisted by Mrs. McGilli- vray Knowles, received in the Turk-] ish'room, the half-hundred members j who. were keen to meet.the little slim wizard of the strings, who arrived so sim-" and modestly to accept their homage. Miss Marie Hall is the most absolutely .imaffected and unconscious Croat artist T have had the joy of knowin.tr. and the company on ri- quickly felt her personal charm. In the- many of them were at Massev Hall to have the impression and clinched, so to speak. Miss Lonie Basche. who is the imaf- fected and enthusiastic artis-t of thcj ivory keys, was sharing honors on both occasions with the dainty maid- on of the violin. Miss Marie Hall wore a heavy white lace erOwn, with coin spots embroidered, and rich me- dallions of work around the hem, and peacock blue satin belt and shoes. How many times she was called back I have forgotten to count, but if there are any whole white kid eloves in Havereal' College. I should 'prize the name.of their maker." the concert on Monday even- ing Miss Hall "held Quite a levee be- hind tho scenes, and very plcasantly rcsponded to trw onslaught of an autograph fiend of the male persua- sion armed with fountain pen. Mr. Harold Beaky, who is n very crQOd looking baritone, shared in the verbal bouquets which were twine offered to tho Indies of the company. Miss Marie Hall dirl not say pood bye but au revoir. as she is corainar back to Toronto in. April. Her art ijrows with her am: she has chanced ji crood dt-nl from the fluffy haired little ffirl ns we saw Ivor some years naro. Thej hair is now smidy rolled on a pom- nadour about her hefld. and the old trick of tossincc it hack has forsaken her. "But however. cciiTed or Downed, she 5s still Marie Hall, and queen of our hearts and cars forever." MR, THEODORE LORCH The Dramatic Event of the Season THE VERSATILE YOUNG ACTOR Mr. Theodore Supported by a specially selected Company of Metropolitan Players in a Repertoire of high-class COMEDIES AND DRAMAS such as The Lieutenant and the Cowboy Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Old Hiedleberg A Gilded Fool Monte Cristo Faust Sapho In Missouri A College Indian Ths Middleman The Western Slope OPENING PLAY, MONDAY NIGHT, "THE LIEUTENANT AND THE COWBOY Soldier of the Empire Red River In Sunny Tennessee Under the Red Robe Eben Holden Two Little Vagrants Trilby Sherlock Holmes Light of Other Days Power of the Cross Tickets 25c., and 75c.