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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 11th, 1912 THIS LETHBRIUQfJ DAILY HERALD ML eoNDuermgynBEbio ~\r tw rwrrwv 1I/t,Urr__'��'A true and human Western Drama that will �A �1 UK 1 Ul* LIM WJIiW 1 .-- hoid any audience throughout. This is, an unusual Cowboy story that doesn't drag. SEE THE' THRILLING LEAP from the moving train traveling at 60 miles an hour. ��'ihWtli^W WTTTT TITI? /|'a~'i & -' San, Rafael, Cal., May 10$Hpridge whist will be employed as an indirect lowing that .for '-,'thre$ weeks he will; fill postponed engagements, and play in new cities which have asked for dates. Then wfli come six weeks with the Damrosch Orchestra in the south. His tour will close with two weeks of joint recitals with Alessan-dro Bonci .in the middle Atlantic States and eastern Canada. '  '� � ' '!> "The White Squaw" When the romantic American drama, "The White Squaw,"'is presented here at the Majestic, Theatre, on Men-. day and Tuesday evening's next local | play patrons will see not only a beau-i tlful play, of romance, laughter and) tender sentiment,-but one of the most j remarkable casts that has ever been -assembled for any production this j season; Miss Clark A. Greenwood will | appear in the' principal role, that of a young girl' who has been reared to believe'she la an Indian. Other well known'players .will.act characters\thafc are graphically and effectively drawn. The production of. "The White Squaw" itself is one of:the most picturesque and .elaborate,,Bcenically:and satorial-ly that will be seen here this season. Sulphur Spring* orium ; Frank, Alberta \ I,; 'Mr* �**t-^�*-e�., --- ------ r New Sana roSnt/iw ' " Hc*tf_l. C^MftDiftr* Cr-a^Ci^SOi-irjATEO, LIS !9lO 1 TA6JER BUSINESS MEN  FAVOR A FRANCHrSE Taber, May, 10.-A test vote was iak en at the Board of Trade, which show ed the business men present to be generally in favor of the granting of a twenty-year franchise to the Canada West Co., for the supply of electric light and power in Taber.' The general argument used in favor of granting tb.  >  VERNON RECTOR IS PRINCIPAL Vancouver, B.C., May> 10.^-Rev. C. A. Seager, Vernon, - was elected principal of St. Marks Hall, with a guarantee of engagement for three years. He takes up his duties on July 1. He has been rector of All Saints Church at Vernon for the past 18 months. For 12 years he waa rector of St. Cy-iian's Church, Toronto. � Edmonton, May 10.-During the latter 15. days of April. 51 domestic companies, with:; a .total capitalization of $5,386,000 -have been 'incorporated, in the province of Alberta. Of these 25, capitalized at |4,491;000, are. in Edmonton, and 15, capitalized at:$470,-000, are in Calgary. The largest individual incorporations 'for the month, are those of the Peace River Collieries, Limited, of Edmonton, which has a caoital stock of $2,000,000, and the Security Coal Mines, Limited, also of Edmonton, who&3 capital stock is ?1,000;000. This month's city figures constitute a record. are the publishers. �','"  .  �-.����.:; � '�V "''�� �:� -.'� , "In Wyoming^; a Strong Play Only a fair, audience. greeted ' the ! initial performance, of W,(llard Macks western, play "ih: ^Wyoming" at the Majestic Theat.r^lasV, evening. The play waB ^rpduced^w|)^i unusualiyjpat-, isfactory results and deserved a larger' audience, The'story is one concerning the crime of cattle and horse stealing' and of course the'villain';'cprijeB to the usual Inglorious end. While there is a display of firearms,-strange to say, not a shot is flred?*ihlbh is an agreeable feature. Thecsst of characters is a strong one. every, member acquitting herself; and 'himself '.. admirably.' There were no stars, the whole oast working: together.p.with machluelike smoothness while,, the scenic .effects,' notably the foothills picture in the,last' ,aot,; are worthy iot, favorable, men-' tion. The play will  be repeated this evening and those anxious to see something similar to "The Virginian";ought to spend the evening..at the Majestic Theatre. � There is abundance of excellent humor in the; piece, which relieves the tenser situations capitally. At 4.15 p. m. Evangelist. Edward Clutter will give a lecture for men at the auditorium of'the Y.M.C.Av Mr. Clutter has been conducting special evangelistic meetings at the. Caledonian Hall for some days past and wc feci slue his lecture on Sunday after.noon will be both interest? ing and instructive. All the men of the citv invited. You need this coat gfSffST.^. Whether you golf or motor or drive, skate or snowshoe or walk, the most useful item of your wardrobe will be one of the Cnli EXAMINE one at your local merchant's and you will agree that nothing . you, own is more beautifully made nor more exquisitely finished Try one on, 'and you see that it has the snug,' stylish fit your taste evicts. Subject it to hard wear and learn that it retains its new, smart shapeliness. It must'do that, for our Pen-Angle knitting process shapes these improved sweater coats into permanent fit Thus they cannot become saggy or ill-fitting, as many garments do that resemble them in' appearance only when brand-new. You will be lastingly satisfied with the sweater coat that bears this trademark. 78 MADE BY mt Penmans Limited PARIS. CANADA Underwear, Hoalary and Sweaters Fer mi, weijiea ami cUMres Damrosch Orchestra.; and 'Toronto Chorus in JanUfey Festival'  . Arrangements have, just been completed- whereby the-'celebrated sNational Chorus of Toronto) will be associated with the,,-New_ York Symphony Orchestra. IfWalter' �' Damrosch, conductor, in a biirinUsic featival on January 14, 15 an^i6,yl913. The. first two concerts will be givoh in Toronto, the third in Buffaloij; It Jias long been the wish of Dr. ftaihi, fhe conductor cf the National Cliprus, to- have a festival in conjunction, with Mr., Damrosch and the New' York Symphony Orchestra. This will be the liTst appearance of the chorus, in Buffalo. Begin to Study Singing Young .1 firmly believe ftiat a singer sh'ould study at least five or six years before thinking of appearing on the-stage. Neither do I believe that a child can begin to study too young. If a' child has a voice she,.yill. sing anyhow, and it is better thai she be taught to sing correctly ttian^be allowed to ruin her voice by singing' Incorrectly. I began to stu-dy at.'lseven, despite opposition ir'om those who told - my parents I would r'uih my-voice; yet I have never for an instant regretted it. . �" A singer, before appearing in opera, ought to be thoroughly grounded in bel canto, no matter 'whether she intends to sing Wagner or Donizetti.- , Johanmi Gadski in Sunday Magazine. � � �  Kubelik Starts on Another Long Tour Jan Kubelik, theZ'Bohemiau violinist, has started on'one of. the biggest tours ever undertaken by, an artist in this country.- ji Us more [remark-able when it is remembered that he haa just closed a tour that took him from one end of the country to the other. Before, he 'Bails . for home on May 19, Kubelik will; have played in 1,35 concerts. At present he "is'appearing with the New York Philharmonic en Its two weeks' trip and �ol- All Like To Go to Rochon's For Ice Cream, Afternoon Tea and Confectionery. Where Everything is the Best Good Music in the Afternoon ANNOUNCEMENT New Business to Open in Lethbridge on May 15th E. C. Peck'bco-s to iiiiiioun^p thjxt ho will open 4' bottling works in the'forjok huildinp; af tlie cornov of 4th Aato. and 4th St. S.Jjotlihridgc. A largo,' complete and modern equipment has been installed. The business will be known as the- " PURITY BOTTLING WORKS yriie best soft drinks, aerated and distilled waters will be sold. We solicit an opportunity to show dealers our products. We know thc-business fron\;tho ground up and sire, .confident that;Purity Brand" will vnnk at the top of the list. Case Jots w ill be delivered inlhe oily. The plant will be in operation and orders filled by May 15th imp ;