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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ITUKSOAY, MAY n, 101 (i i.FTnrsninr.K OAILY PAGE FIVK 9th Alberta iV isical' Festival Programme of Competitions CHORAL- in tii i 101 UK (ios sin Id at lu'ld by thu Kdmon'un ClmnH Ulliim. Uum.K'liUM'i! mtiuL I n A c Ii nu i I in u nmp nluli 1 olu ind L it t t mijiimii'd iiiiinbci n It t, tinn) 1 lU UK "Hi CHURCH I nr; d i l t ton Dt.111 oi tl v m i i Hm I I U pu t In d Sn 1, iion i dmimlo.i. i Ti i i i MI (St. I'.iul) Him" i i 1 i la j in "ohl pi I liDi Hit 1 jid I i VIOLIN M I 0 I 1 i 1 111 i) ltd' I all IK (t undci On U n D _lM O1CPS MALE CHORUSES (Minimum 1 01 u in I )i Hif> il o til "5m (1 pt it held by Kd m nil ton ijoci' Coiiint'iitors in u K t pn n llvi HI 1) >i f i b i u (u u 101 HUH (1) 0 Pi i il (.itrman, (miiiccompan- n 1} Jit in 11 c 0 L nr umlci x DO o LI u m s VOCAL QUARTETTES (Sil Mrdih) V nnrt picpuc H( n s i P n i rlox for Lovers" Gorman, (m Male voicoii, must prifuic I Ni hi Ktj A flat. (uimoconipan- I Ui f n id IA, I LL SI 00 toi each nnarlot. LADIES' TRIOS (Silver il j C ompc iloi n i I o i f Die ml L, Sh II At uen tide thero s'utll bo light" Key A, (wiaccrmiminiedj (hull, Kn trance Fee, VOCAL DUETS (Silver Med- A. Soprano :uid Tenoi1, must prepare: "A Night in Venics Koy G flat, Lueiintoni. B. Con- tralto and Baritone, must pre- pare: "In Our Boat" Key P, Allifsen. Entrance Foe, 50c. VOCAL 3QLCS (Gold A. Soprano, must prepare: Ro- cit. "O lot Air "From '.Mighty Handel; "V.'ho'll bnv m-' Key E. ficr- man. U Mezzo-Soprano, must j; "Hov; BiTuiUfiil. are the Feet" Key O Minor, "Sunshine and Uain" Key A, Bliimenthal. C Contralto, must- prepare "Lord to Thee each Night aiid Day" Key U, (Theo- Handel; Shepherds Cra- dle Song" Key F, Somervell. D. Tenor, must prepare: liccit, "Ho that Dwelleth in Air, Shalt llrealc Handel; 'Come into (lie Gar- dun, Key D, Balfe; ID. Baritone, must prepare: "Ann, Arm, Ye Brave" Key C; Han- dol; "Bedouin LOVR Song" Key 0 Minor, Pinsnti F, Bass, must prepare-: Heuit., ".Thus Saith the VIOLINCELLO K il) i J IL I en (i muli iiil I in n i 1 L i (i i i i i lit 0 l H o NoiUG I i 'i PIANO SIGHT PLAi ING P I A N 0 1 Mfdll) CJ LS 1 H j i i ti t i t 1 t PUBLIC SCHOOL CHORUS- ES (Each chorus not over 'l (.'omnotins for i'nolu tinool cMilu U P c IL. h d In il II Vll n C u ifiol 1 liiu n I n K i 0! mu i H n I n i i I) i o th n il t, IK nanio tin i! uu is t l'r i I Ji I i i )l L "U 1 p i aim d i i 01 Al1 ui Water" Key1 A. Horn, (uiiac- onij ncdt ixo ti aLandard "worlj in any coui- pctition be. insufficiently high to v.-arrant their so doing. Notes for Competitors AMATEURS The various competuions arc often to Airiii- toiu'.s res id in I In; J'rovinces oi Alborra, Haslvatchewan, oif Uriiish The word "Amateur" he defined as follows; 4.ny person (mal'j -or whose liveli- hood is ohtuiuod from iioii-mu- sipa] is be rousidor- cd a professional musician, ev- en if he or she, from time to time p.ccepts a stipend or Hon- orarium for iniipical sunieus rendered, with the exception of Ihofsb r-x-eiving remuneration for tench injr that n.nrticuUir class for vdiich llioy wish to compete. The committee reserv- es the right of refusing any entry. CHOIR (a) In Competitions (i. e. chiBses 2 a. b rnti o.) t-ingnrs must navo been bona fidij'mtirri- of ilu> choir wilh .which for at least one1 month preftotlini; the date, of competi- tion, 'hi masters or choir loaiitii's, although rcceivintr re- nnuiRnition for (hoir services, are not debarred irom assisting iliciv choirs, PUBi-IC SCHOOL CHORUS- of music in the schools jiiall r.nt conduct any of tho chunisoK :it tlio timo of competition. althntiKh he may assist in training them. It i? re- Uiat tho ciipcrviiior appoint one of (he teach era to unduilaku Iho conducting-. i'orjns can bf) obtained on to the Secretary of ih.-: festival, -Mrs. N. W. Aliin, Gih Avo. South. s-nd must be'i'illcd in and returned fee enclosed to (he Secre- tary not later thnn KHh, 1910. Entries will only bo re- ceived after this' if accom- panied by a fee of oO c-MHs, ux- cepiing in the case of tho com- for Sight Sight Playing and A.ccornpany- ing. entries for, which will be re- ceived in the hall ;it tho lime of the competition. official r.ccoinpanist will he provided for Iho various compotitiona, luit -campctitors. may bring their own nccompanist iil preftirni'd. WHERE TO OBTAIN COM- PETITION MUSIC Arrange- merits have been nindo by whk'li 'all music roquircd for competi- tions ?nav- bo obtained direct froni tho Socrctarv oi: the tivaf, Mrs, N. AV. Aliin, 1270 Gth Avoimo South, Lp'.hhviilge. Alt a. Only those intending to nut or for tho competitions can ho gup- plied with music as only n lim- ited quantity of.each selnetiori has boon placed on order. A rftinittanco for the full amount uccompany nil or- ders for music, which will ho sent postpaid.. SPECIAL RAILWAY RATES raihvayn allow spocial according to numbers tra- Entries Close on Saturday, May 1 3th JU I i nl Aria. "I'.ut. Wlio Mivy M di Ilitmlnl: "Tlu! .MiitlUy Hi ]M I hi inn i i l t 101 i tli i clion (Silv.u- '1 i If M (11 mi t pu j idill'j and Gootk-vo. J v 0 11 1 ipiibn I d in 11 111 1 111) I all u i i i PIANO SOLOS (finld iliM II 10 HI l I I I, 1M. la Ui 1 I Till i' I l vl.: .1 Mi o.i 1 i O I I L I ll I 111) 111 II I 111 )lt 111 II I I W I' i ih in i j in i ii i 1" III) ItII til I. I i (U III t. I i Ml I "CC. I I I 1 tePAIft-iw. S si'.ivuJ 'I Jit No .p fllen i n ilt 'P.1S id Ptlb'lC v i (nin of (he iii'ii of Trade i d 1 UK lif d MtKi" Uu. lei Ii C 1 I 01 111 t tO IJL 1 IL 111 I 1 t VI c mpmbf i sin i [i 7 l f (1 to In Hi nil i L lit c 1011 T> o r jj IkL >li I w; L i.1. tl IHll L I ll i f l 1C (.III Of llL SOL L I'l J t ill 1 ICtllcJ 1 L I 1 i 1 m de tnf ti ii t id 1 o1 f rids oi i T n on 11. i-U 01 th" --IKI o i iltntlid oil lit Ji- Li mi i ilunp Tlie" Indians of tlin !J' od PC cue will honor the n P o 11 un n ilui c the. w i i i) 1 hi lio was a hero oi' e 1 j i Ii i memorial window iii St. I i s (h i ih aclood. It will be r. ml ci d ih it the young soldier was woumltd it hL Juiion a'.ul died on his homa from the front. The news oi this splendid devotion the Red was given at 1 the iiLetnie, 01 th dote n Loud of n, FQB ft I-? r I-S H SI the A-Caltai. II AT T T I IP 1 p'r sant ritii" mr ci i id Itcirh ind rin f i ci IL St c flu ii no en tnt to j h 1 Jio is in i 1' t. id i i e tiip il i i i.. turn. The g.ifjst of (lio was rj Ottawa, Wav O.-Jt is officially an- pvcsentcd v.-ith u silver biscuit ouncGd throuph thb i-hie( press ccn-! V "cr icllow worfeers in church; jiljA suitably :jy jj Mr.s. Hartley. A program ij of tlie following numbers was mudi f} iTransporis With Rlany Troops A I c I Lellibridge Men Included i and rnon; officers ;10a5 IUGII; Tilth, .fi officers and (lnCL' AjIE2G: i men; 87th, "G ofiicors and 102G Uifitli. offi-rors and 1075 men; Sist, ;37 ofiicors ;uid 1072 men; fiSth, 34'ofli- Icors and Ifl74 men; S3rd, oificens i 'and mon; >G und 494 men; 3rd division Miss Poroihy W. 1-Tfirlema.n and II. Forb-js; Sisrijt. T. V.'inton, Mr. D. Smith, Mr. A. Forbes, Mr. Jus. tiordon Rqsa and Miss JI. ,Rev' "V. ?c.Nlco1 !natlo.a in hl Vf3" a 'J London, May more oE the leiulcjrs in the Irirh revolt have been the firsr aumvcr.jary of "tljofr vv-pfidintr day, the young peo- ple took advantage oi" this facf lo ex- their appreciation of the vsl- !j imhle syrviccs of Jlr. Bruce ao presi- r! doiH of the Ica.TiiG during iho tv.'O years, and of Prnce's ei'.u.ii'iit work during Iho past year. The young pscplo p-atLered at (ha church armeti jj with Rin.all parcels, cakes and a frecz-; u er of ice made their way to tho home of Mr. and Sirs, Bruce. They took corcploto possession and spent tho first of the even in tr 'martial cxocutcd, according to ai I official statement issued 'tonight. They v.-aro CorneliiiH Kent, Jlichacl iVIallori and J. J. Nujoteen others conccrr.oii in the in- surroction sentenced to dssitii hut. (he to vari- ous! lorins of penal servitude. On three others prison tenon were im- posed. Two were acquitted. HAIR OFTEN RUINED BY WASHING WITH SOAP Mr. and Mrs. Eruce. .Tin's afforded I j nnuili morriiiicnt. Thy cotton shower) I followed. Enrh parcel as it was opened contained a vcvse or two pf poetry to tlio ot-casioH, waa j read, by Jlrs. Jinice. mucii to the pica- stirfi of si! eontir-rnsd.. -The refrssli- fmonts were served. Tlie suiting of Oio cotton v.-eddiiis nirtlui-iy tj foniaining a piril.. candJc, will (j long he r on ;o inhered, by 'all. Hiss "G. j Hall sang "Love's Sweet SOLE" and brought the happy evening to a close. CANADIAN DROWNED Soap should hi: urnd very carofully. Toronto, Falconer if you to knep your liair. look-j of the University has re- ir... its Dim't and pve-; ceived u Trpin General. J, pared-f-hr.miJHos that contain too much officer commanding; No. 4'Cana- iTa-lkuli. Tiiir, dijiey the ;-raln, makes dian general U65pilaJ {University of statiiig'.ihat Captain Yellow- Iftho hair brittle, and ruins it. _ _ ____ _____ j The best uiing I'or slendy uso (n qne of the staff doctors, had been Just .ordinary mulsifiod cocoauut oil j accidentally is jnire and und j is hoitor (him the moat expensive or anything elso yoy can use. One or tw.o teaspoon f'.ils SECRETARY, PvI 1270 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH. N. W. ALUM, LETHBRJDGE, ALTA. olcianso UIH hair and ly. Sinirly moisten th thorough- linir with wa- RIOUS Fine OCCURS IN REVELSTOKE, B.C. Rovelstoke, C., 'jray S CH- Hotel and a resfnunmt 'ocrnpy- ncarly a block on Hrst slroot, unity lasiicfl thi ally deHl-i'dyod by fire at 4' a.m. i Sliants of ay. I among the wounded. ter and rub it in. It makes a rich, creamy lather, which rinses out cas ily, rc'moviiin every partilce of dust, dirt, dandruff and. excessive oil! The ____ jha'r dries qutckly and evenly, 'and it Uisivea tho r-calp soft, and iho hair SHANTS, WENATCMEE, WOUNDED hino mid ssilky, bright, luattoua, fiuffy j Out., ilny Holm- and to es of Unite1, Moni., wr.S tiled in ac- 'You can nitilfiificd cocoanut ol! linn according to (ho oversea a cas- J nt any it's wry chmip, ANOTHER GREEK LOAN Athens, iJay S, via Paris The t" ttj r.v.i i iL-3 MERCHANDISE ATTRACTIVELY PE1CED FOR AT "THE Remnants on Sale in Dry Goods Department Ai'trr flic heavy week's scliiu