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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May 22. JOJ2 THE LET1IBHIPGE DAILY HERALD YOU'LL feel ten cooler in a Fit-Reform 2 Piece Suit Planned, designed ind tailored with the idea of coolnws clearly in mind. Stylish, Fit-Reform trade-, mark guarantees that. j Lots of Worsteds and Flannels- some extra choice and the genuine fadeless Fit-Reform Serge. Made in both 2 and 3 button stvles. Hit McGUIRE. RAYMOND SPORT BUDGE? Rousing Baseball Meeting-McD. Tait Chosen Pres ident of Raymond Club-To Southern To'vyn Nines Into a League-Football Game May 21 meet- ing of tbe baseball fans was held In the Alta Theatre, when an. organization was effected for the sea- sori and was taken hi ihe matter of the organization of a- Southern Albei-ta league compute ing teams from all the towns of im- portance south of Lethbiidge The meeting was well attended and an. op timistic sentiment was manifest by all present: T J O'Bnan T and i called to tbe chah, taking 1t was greeted with loud applause. Mr O'Brien ban., suc- cessfully guided the in yenra past, Showing In every poss- ible waj his pure love of tha game and all clean sport He called Mr. Tait. upon, whose instigation the meeting had been called The Herald'a southern i the spoke briefly, but pointedlj, out lining the object of the meeting, which wag steps toward organization offa .balls club in inond and find out if possible the sen- nment in to a league of tbe southern towns Mr Tait said that he opinion that a combin- ation could be made embodying tne towns of Wainer, New Day- ton, Magrath and Cardston He also tobk up the subject of a weeklj half holidaj in Raymond, asserting that the cusses of> one depended upon the other It the purpose o the meeting to itaKe a definite line o action. The chairman heartily cpncurrec wilh 'Tail's suggestions, saying that he was sod alwajs had betiii a strong advocate of sport no matter o what kind, providing it Was clean He called on the ball platers of lag season of other boost er of the to express themisel Yes In response lhe following gentle men made shot? enthusiastic ad dresses, nil that it was pns sible foi Raymond'to put a pennant taking aggregation-in the field this season, Roy Fettle, Don Skouson, Walker, Z N Skouson, WH1 fa m Pans, H -V Amos W I Walton, Spencer Young, Will Stone, fames ileeks Ray PoVel, AVm ClemiE Di Wraj then spoke at some length advocating _ strongly the oiganization of a ton league He also suggest- ed thai, rousing meeting be held af an early date, and that a full organization be then made He was of the opinion that thin would leault in miicH good belie accomplished in lhe waj ofvgetting .the people enthused with, the upuft of the gmae This met with the entire approval of alt present, Und ft was thereupon to'elects the president, Icp president 'and serietary treasinei at the ijireuent meeting election of officers was then pro result was that 4rfdb. Tait of the Herald, wu un animoiiBlv elected president, faipea i Walker Vide pi evident arid 7, N Skou- soirfcecfeUry-treasuier AIi, Walker was aho made iempoiaiy manager .ind at appointed a practice for the It show that tho Sugar Town was ou the map, and that she was in line for sport He stiggeated that s motion be passed hwtrnctlng the sec letary to communicate townsjooking to dele- gates to a meeting to oe held in Ray- mond at no far distant date for the purpose of instituting a league. The suggestion wac made a motion and duly'passed, with the qtrttction that the secretary endeavor to e R report in readiness for pre sentatioiwat tho next meeting of the The subject oi a town brought-forth considerable discussion but the opinion wal that such a league could be formulated satisfactory results The mattei was at length settled by the election of Dr to the office of manager of the town-'league, with the under- standing that he will get his forces n line immediately and put on some ;ild edge ball .o do Don Skouson thought that the half holiday was a step in the pro ;Ive committee wait on' the town council and the Board of Trade with a view to securing of suth a1 rule This w as unanimously agreed upon- and .heie aie iouy prospers that a halt ;This -the doctor agrees holiday mateilalize The meeting passed a of ap" uroial of the efforts of tho football to keep verj much on the map and an expression of hope that thej would be victorious at the coming contest with the Lethbndge Pleven To cieate enthusiasm In ath letici the baseball bojs agreed on the spot fo give the kickers a tilt at Vic toria park on Msdnesday evening I will undoubtedly'be some game v cxecutne was empowered t boost the meeting of the ih date for which was fixed at Monda "Mav 27th, In the Alta theatre, whei they promise the Raymond public rare thing of real Ihe sport talk, be sides other attractions which will b announced later It is quite 'probable hat the band will lie in atttfhda'nre After tendering a hearty expression of thanks, shown bj vigorous applause o the retiring officer and the" man igemeni of the Alta for then im frlng nnd generous afd (he-meeting idjotirned with the greatest qf en hiislnsm The newT of thfs meeting will be Young Choral Concert Che Delights .Audlfnce, Knox church was crowded to H very doors last night, the bce'aslo being rllio concert'oT'the Yburig; Pci lilcB' Choi at Union, 10 tdi duclor. Tho mimlit was S. Coleridge Taylor's "Hiawutlia A'eddlng Feast." The first' section o bis beaullful was Hist formed at.a students' concert at th Rojal College of Mublct 11, 1898 The'second, "The Death of MInni. ;at the North S t afford a iiK- Festival I Hani-ay) Oct. 26 189H; and the third, "Hiawatha's IX the Royai Choral at the Albert Hall, March, 22, 01 which occasion the whole triology wa given for the first time. Despite th fact that Coleridge Taylor has wrll ten many other works all inbre or leg of high musical value, his greates success has been attained in "Hiawa tha. The uae of orchestral colorin has always been a great feature o the composer's but he is by no means one of those who sacrifice'ill form and design to effects of color. Ii essaying the performance of "Hiawa Urn's Wedding the Peoples' Choral Union, numbering be thirty and forty voices, under took a -somewhat difficult task inas much as the work mak-ss serious de mandso upon the singers, hot only from the point o-f view of-tonal effects but also especially in, the matter qf rhythm, phrasing, interpretation and observation as regards nuances, nof forgetting that vital element, namely, transparency of tlicticn. .Throughout the work the chorus aang With cer- tainty, there being little evidence, of raggedness in attack, while, more- over, th-a ensemble effects revealed were creditably disclosed. .The chorus It is weak in tho soprano section, where many of the voices exhibited a. tendency In strain- ing for effects In the upper voice The tenors, on the cthcryhand, ateiy were overburdened with the difficulties of ;the score, but the bass and. contralto .sections seemed more 'OTturiate. However, these are which merely catch the critical ear and do hot. in one sense detract 'rom the all roumT'creditable nature of the work of: 'the chorus Mr Lay- on hatf labored earnestly and intelli- gently iuth his chorus and he it to iCjWarmh congiatulated on tbe re- sults produced In tbe rendering a vork which choruses care to at- empt singing1 One might here com nend specially the work of the .sing- ers .in thai most chorus .of Cole-nJffe Tailoi's work beginning vith. the words: "Thus the- gentle ,tho rendering of. which an opulent tone nd obviously impressed the vast udience. The voices of the one wil! n lit in ally look for still grei H WHS unfortuna last evening to -hear a coulliiuo chattel' behind me -by some poop who evidently did' not .seem to auylntereBt In the concert. Big Feature at Starland The i mld-weok '-programme at Sta land, includes ;i rare 'eaturc film imb.ouniled beauty and feeling, tha calls for .special .mention. Tills pi turo is ''entitled ''The Flrat Violin the story of which is as follows; Hu rylug -from the theatre, where h plays in the. orchestra, Von Sliult the old imiBlcfan, finds little Hole sleeping -on the steps of tbe slag dooi Lovingly and teudeih be j her up and IIPI to Ins, coinioi ably furiiished room. He learns froi the morning papers that Helen's fatl er ari-d mother were lost in the bun Ing of a ".large tenement, and he d cides to-'adopt her. He takes her t rehearsals, .Where she is the pet o i musicians, and she often attend .he performances at the theatre. Ho en shows au aptness for the stage and also shows, considerable ohildisl talent, .which delights the old inusi clan, and endears the child to hi, eart. A sad blow comes to him, how cyer, when Children's Societ; akc's the llttloTgl'pl away from him and he is le'Tt again a lonely old man lelen is. taken ..from the Children'! Society Vby a family who make hei ife one of -In later years lowever, she is fortunate enough it In contact with people who as ist her. to upon the stage vhere she soon gains fame and foi une. In the the old violii ilayer.. has position, and in crossing a street is. run .down by a asslng automobile, in which are seat d Helen and her maid. She assists he old musician into car and ake's him hom-a, where she learns iclr rolatidhBhip while playing a fam- iar tuno on With a cry t joy she rushes to his arms, ant ley are united. This is a eeply emotional picture, -full of sym athetic heart interest. Apart: there are irec othei ieallj good each no of to (he-''Starland hoir, on the otbei hand, it may be to lhe hich will an engage lent of two-nights Majestic heatTCj even- ig, an autOmdbile used on the ge, entrance being made by; Gladys 3ibe, m the machine the .chief, funmakcr of "TheT.Girl id The but divides the hou- i, for comedy wlttfTTred'Byeis, who seen in the part Vpais before the.plaj is' supposed aid, a capital account of them- ehes in me pinnies anocieu o them. The exquisite tenor solo ii horae is -hich the composer so beauti meat and drink to the tans of Ra> icnd and there aie indication Iwt baseball wllf xipulai pastime in this tout Hern conn rj Information from the other towns nterested will be anxiously awaited Football Tonight Mr Tait than broached the mattei of a district league feeling that it uould bf a splendid thing1 if Raymond would take the tnitiathe in this direction. Dr, Indian Root exactly meet the nerd which w trften in every' family for .1 mcdicirie to open Up nnd regulate the bowels. Not only are they cffecihe in all eiMsof Constipation, but they help tmtly In breaking up a (Cold or La Grippe by cleaning out the system ana purifyiny the blood In the Mine WAV they relieve or cure Bihotisncst, Indigcttion, Strk Hendachcs, Rhctim- ttism and other common ailments. In fullest ,-enw of the words Dr. Indian Root Pills arc A- ifottBvhelal R.itmond, "AHA, veiling at the grounds a football game will be play ed between the town eleven and a learn from the banaball olub, us a game to give the footballers n prac- tice before the tilt with (be Post Of- fice aggregation of Lethbrfdfe The game promises to be a fast one, and tho seasoned areuiot so sure of victory The game is cullcvl for o'clock, and should draw a big crowd of fans The football according to Captain Allen, tire In splendid shape for the approaching i contest with the Lethhrldge lads, and! U looks as though the mnll baggers were going to be all ifghtnext Friday ,The refdree for the game on Victoria Day 1ms eel, but the. names of o? Mngrmth, antl Dr Wray, of Raymond. ate mentioned. Iloth nie good men, and- live wire 'footballers, and either would deal fairly anj tmpaitiaUy with .illy, was unfortunately, not well suiij, y the soloist on this occasion; Ii le first part of 1he progr.im nuscel aneous 'numbers were b; le chorus and assisting1 talent; Here ne had an -excellent.'Opportunity pi car.ng the ahihtj of the chorus in n apella singing In tha gioup oi parl mgs, namelj, lilgai's "Wearj Wind and Sir George Mac- rren's 'You Stole My Mr Lajton's choir smpiised one with the of its singing, the first number being given with surety-op Intonation, .precision in attnck and crcditabiy graded toiial effects, the i-ohcluding phrase 'notably being conspicuous, for ibeuuty (of tone, iii'a well controlled diminuendo. Slac'rarren's "You Stole My Lov-e" made in excellent con- trasting number, the audience show ing Us apnrecintion in uiinnimous ap plause. John Pointer's Sweet to Hoai the MeiT> Lark' uas with inn cli .spirit, although I sho.iild pieferred a litlle moie delicncy and' warmth of expression -in inter- preting the text, ber In the familiar nuin- (Lavallee) the cbor- opening tbe program, revealed a spherical, body of tone whfc.lr, ob- viously gave one the impression of being'..surcharged with patriotic' fire, The assisting talent acquitted them- selves with credit. A. S. McGougan, a tenor, .was encored for Ills song, 'The Lea S Sadowaki, a young violinist with technical ability, received a recall for his'rendering of German's '-Morris' Dance." ;-G. 13 ling, barltqiie, whose ability is .known to local concert goers, won his audience completely In Pin- siiti's "The Bedouin Love and Mrs. H. II. Johnston, a mezzo com rallo also recehed favorable recog- litlon for her singing oi" Elgar's 'Where Corals Lie." Harry Baron iregided at the organ and in addition b cbiitribiiting the Vnguerian "Tannhauscr March" cred- up and his child lost He and Tlo a girl from the FVtst Side of Yew A ork city 'become interested'-in ,a husband and wife who been kind to Fi and; the tramp to become, reconciled Later the tramp finds., little: Flo, th sbiibret Is his own child; There is strong human interest iii.the piny be- sides (he ceaseless sit nations introduced by Miss Weibe a the girl, and Mr as the tramp They also have several musical man bers together. BUMPER MID-WEEK x dcei) aii0 emotfojiul fefttuio ninj of beauty and reel- ,ng Thlhl5a storj of buojg diamatic and BJmpatlietlc heart Interest One. understands and- sympathise with. It all l lUYKTKVflOTTS OAIlj A ttlt'i nunusuul effective; 4. LVthlt yfu ,dds to "FIRST. AID TO INJURED" Demonstrations by U. S. Government. A bright pleasantipictiire which Is: botirintcresllng and instructive to both young and .-'iold. 'S DAUGHTEKS a )hio Swept Away Last Hope of President Taft (Continued from front page! At the Morris Another big crowd the progiamme oE. the Mori Is last night, and highly appreciated each and ev nunibei New "Vorjts fire .was Vividly shown, and gave some idea of the difficulties'the flro- men had to work under, owing to the extreme cold wither. "Bedelfa's Busy Morning" was1 one o-i'the best comedies.ever-seen in the city, and created numerous" laugh otbet pictures weie sliowu. and made the, programme changes complete- y.-.every night, and gives the many tttrans a change of, faces and. seen ery, as well as change of plays. Now .is the time, joia tbe "hurry and got the habit. for a good time always The Morris EVERY WOMAN WHO WANTSJO BE WELL NEEDS GIN PILLS No uiore more weak more. Kidney or JtJadcler Trouble for the women who .take Gin Pills. Because GUI Tills actually and completely every trace of lliesa N.S. Taft Men Losing Hope Washington, May op- nion is .Washington that f Col. Roosevelt has achieved in Ohio, the victory, indicated by the turns so far President ['aft probably Will be beaten if or the ominatlon in the Chicago conven- ion Talk of a compiomise Republi an candidate is rife again in ngton. The'difficulty isJ in getting ogether on anybody. Justice Hughes efuses tp.be considered aVa cahdl- ate, and tbe names suggested in his lace sound Oike the counsels of des- e ration. For instance, ex-Vice-President Fair- anks ikf talked uf, in spite of the ob Ions fact that''Mr. Fairbanks could et no votes.that, jMi'- Taft would not ecelve, and that he could.hot possi- ly get the full Taft The chief.; subject of interest, how- rer, is ,the effect lhe Roosevelt vie- ory will have on the National com- iltlde, is. to meet in Chicago, o.take action on the contests, which umber nearly 110 Hitherto, it has'been assumed that ie. committee FouUV be.' governed 'by s admitted preference cf aft But tbe committed isujiade up f politicians, men who tha sen in'eiu of their-liome-state to reckon fjhj1 in case tl.ey deslie anj future qhtical preference i. manifest eakening among them is of ,te. 'The stock uanieg by Taft en m all theii recent talks about ow the National committee was sure 'stand pat, have been l of Hiese enrose, Pa.; Crane, Mass., and Low- 'ill But Illinois went lelnilngly of Roosevelt; so d' Pennsylvania, and1'MassachnseUs pudlated Crane s leadership 1 o PeiiTos-a announced he pro bly would not go to Chicago, but ould send Republican State has had .1 primary has used it to -vote ngainat Taft The cumulative effect of such as those or Illln ois, -North Dak- otii; California; Minnesota and'iAArest Virginia, has been haid on the Tatt men Their talk: about Onio has all haen pessimistic In prhate, although in public the; been obliged to keep'up a brave face Thej feel that Ohio has said .the'last word, and that theii man can hardh be nominated Taft Hopeful Washington, D C, Alaj cleitt Tft-ft returned from his campaign tour in Ohio, and reached Washington At 8 50 a m He plunged into A busy [lay at "the White House offices, and Ims planned to leave on Thursdaj fo New Terse y, to campaign foi dele gates, who will be at the pri naries next Tuesday The President'had. no statement t make, concerning the. -result of th Ohio primaries. He has made knowi o his friends that he is still in .tl.a 'ight, and believes that he will have enough delegates to get the nomlna lion at Chicago, MATINEE FRIDAY The Fret) A Bycrs and J Edwin MoBnde Attraction offer' MB. FRED BYEBS IN THE LAUGHING COMEDY SUCCESS "THE GIRL and THE TRAMP" BY CARLOS JNSKEEP With Charming Winsome Miss Floy Mann and a Capable Co. SEE the thrilling automobile explosion, funniest tramp, the daintiest girls, the beet show of the season Seats on Sale Rochon s Ice Cream Parlors, Thunday, May 23rd. PRICES 25c, 5Qc, 75c, and 00_ WAS T06 RISKY Xenln, 0., May ,1. Smitli ard, of Minneapolis, Miun., nn aviatoi fell one hundred' feet 'at.tho Wright aviation lield, near. Qsborne, today and was instantly- killed. Southard, who was forty yours of ag'3, had just bought tiie aeroplane from Wright Bros. He obtained the keys after he had been "refused-permission to take the aeroplane out.' without further.-ex- perience. Ho f611 just six -minutes af- ter he had begun his first flight alone. His body was badly crushed, UNREST AT SANTIAGO Santiago, May unrest pre- vails hero, nnd there is grave appre- hension throughout thia vicinity. It is reported that a parly of armed ne- groes passed through (hi? town of Sibcriy, near (ho coast, with a num- ber of wore stolen from an' American 'citizen. Many C'.' tho longshoremen on strike lire missing lotto v, apd lt-1? reported tliat they have joined the rebels. HAVE ORGANIZED BOARD OF TRADE PINCH ER CITY BUSINESS MEN LINE UP FOR FORMAL MOVE TO BOOST TOWN i Pincher May ienresent ative and enthusiastic meeting of the business men was lie hi last cloning foi the pui pose of organizing a Board oi Trade, and the follow ing eren el ected as orficers for the yeai 1012 B L Giiffith vlcep esi dent, A T Fi tnklin scci'etai> treas uier, J L Roag, ovecntne, K JIorgan, W. Laidlaw.and O. .Larum. Seeding this is almost completed, and a la.go potion of'tlie crop is-up- and Jooklng splen-dld; .This jvjar promises to bo a banner here W ,r, HaniM D, and JIrs llan- na, of Detroit, Mich, weie In the ut> last Week, and have practically'.'decid- ed lo locate Iicic Jh Ilaiina is a n earing completion, and trains will be running out of here In a few months R W Morgan is in Calgary this week OIL business v j The Alexandra Hotel has been re- novated from attic to cellar, and can now boast of the best and most njt-to date hotel on the Crow's Nest line. t T The-, branrlr of the Bank report business brisk and iu- ci easing dailj 'f The resenofr at, the pumping hou has been cleaned out, and re- paired, and theie is a good supply of waiter all the time The Council intend pui chasing some fire fighting apparatus this jear and a be formed. 1 F Pickett had the misfortune 'to lose a valuable registered was found this ajile withia broken graduate of To.onto UuUersltj, and inteuds to on 'U a drug and practice m-adlti ie lie will he u gre acquisition and will have lhe support of lhe whole' district; News was a few days ago that the C. P. R. hud made an ap- propriation for a new'statioii here, to be built this, sumnvei Tho plans aie all complete, and work will menced shortly The Koqtenay-and Alberta H..K. is horse last night moiningfin leg and had to be sliot Tho local union of the UrF. A. held a laige meeting at the Bchool house on Saturday evening, Mr of Calgari, was the principal speaker, and some Intel eating facts cerning the work of the U A urilon has aho been organi7ed at Siim- merview, n itb a good COUNTESS BADLY INJURED London. Countess oC Suffolk (nee Leiter) suffered a'seri- ous lidlng accident yesterday at the SilfJolk seat, Gharlton Park, Malmes hiiiv With Loirt Suffolk she was tak ing hei customarj ilde, when hor horse bolted. EVEN IN YOU ARE NOT A MILLIONAIRE JOH will leel like one when dressed ,in a suit that baa been cleaned and pressed at the Orown Cleaneis By our meth- ods we add a smart- ness 'to the cut your gar- ments that give them the ap- pearance of the best tailoi made it is a well known fact that clothing lasts much longer when legularlj cleaned and pressed We clean any thing that can be liiins, silks and. antina The Crown OU'a tiers Opp. Wesley Church, Phont 474 ;