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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTPflE PAILy 1'asre 13. MONDAY, MAY ?7 .Built and "StcolV (Jonf crolp Stoun HeM {iytrance Compressed air for i .free. Repairs and Accessories .Latest machinery and most expert mechanics ,in Alberta' Complete .Stock of Tires iiiul all Accessories always in ,stock. Ask lor prices H.D. Henderson Garage Cor. 6th St., and Gth Ave. Phone 588 For Immediate Sale I Offer 160 acres 320 acres Airlstcam 'land, 120 broken, (Jo in Jcrop this year. 7 miles from .town, 2 from school; house, 20 well constructed At >97 00 poi acic rOO caoh b-Uince suit. "Crop included at above price, and stock and implements can, also be. se- cured at most .reasonable figure. For further particulars and 320 acres steam plow 230 broken, a-ad 200 in crop now. 7 miles from town, 100 yards from sch'ooI.vGood bam and price with ciOp per acre ca h balance to suit Phis" is well fiqrth iiuesti gating t 'photographs W. J. BEATON :MONARCH BAKNEY "Vlai The delude that struck Barney Saturday evening came lust iii'.Ume-tp assure .crop ind nuke tlip ground in iine condi tjon 191 plowing ]i 'Alegars. IliggiiiB and Loiigacre have just jiuJled ui vith thur big engyie ts it ib most too drV for breaking brit Monday at daybreak found them under full steam ready to start in Mrs Cluistine Kienthon (inlet Ij nmuIedvJn? Lethliridge on Alouoai Bakota. Button entertained few of hei inends U Sundiy V of srfrveiors re idled Bar iiby last week -for the purpose of run- mut, IML bimej on tne new Kipp lino Tliej staiU at Bainev and run east to meet the from Suf held Zell Ruthven, of Chicago, ,his father's homestead, and intends stajmg heie the beht jnrt of gunimei md is much, inter ested in the icuuties of the %farm A numbei attended the, ser utes held bj tfie Rev G Uakez in Hose Plain school bouse Sunday even- ing. was well represented at the danre git en b> "Mi ind Airs Chas BruutAn of Lone St d hst Wed nesdiy t V TheV Olmark" ami f-unilj moved to Lethbridge for the summer. you any near relatives? mum Shuie thei re ill 01 ei in Oirelanci, mum IN AN hNTliWVJKW __, days ago with Dr. Harry Cran Perrln, director of tho McCI Conservatory of Mimic, wli olllciated adjinlUtntni- jit ilin montoii .Musical Festival, 1 Icarne with much BaUsfrictlon that amongs the vocal compel! tors at that evci 'thoro was an absence ot striving fo big voice effects and that the voca isU seemed rathei- to favor tho emit sion of (one ijutility in preference t tone (juantity. Again, Dr. Perrin ata1 ed-that expression and Interpreta'tio were given tha previously. These foregoing import ant points are being sadly neglecte nowadays by amateur and professiona singers alike. The use of i voice makes singing a pleasure bu improper use makes it physical tor ment. There are singers who persis in shouting a song through instead o legitimately. Making a noisi fs not singing, and the sooner any vocalist who strives for power at expense-of quality, changes Jiis liic tics, the better if lie would preserve his voice for future use. Not only in the matter of tone production do we find singers deficient, but alas! hoyi many o'f them know the first princ: pies o-E diction? Not so very long ago I had the privilege of hearing one or two vocalists in a somewhat in- teresting program. It, 'was quite nat- ural for -one to expect to be able tc follow the text fairly well, yet in spite of tbe fact that 1 strained my sense of hearing carefully it was ab- solutely impossible to distinguish whether the soloist was singing the text of "Yankee Doodle" or "Down :imong the dead Men." The effect was distressing and one could not lelp pitying, the singer for the mis- Fortune. Pronounclation.and ejiuncia- iou should receive very careful stud> 'roin every-one "who-aspires to sing well. The vocal student .will find hat.if his or her prpuounciatipn is good, the production, of a euphonious luahtj oE tone will be miter ally aided. But the vital element of a soiifc nameh interrelation, bho ild eceivc close study. My own view is hat the text ought .to be studied in he first place, second place and last lace as the text is ''he song. DIs lay of fine tone production will nev T make a song is invested vlth En 'pas ant ilso nrofit gieat -bv exercising care ill the selection f whit suits one olcemay not suit another, and vice ersa. The Squaw Man" and "The Stam- pede' The average" pluy made from a sue- esaful novel oi1 book is a failure b-B Rocky Mountain Sanatorium Sulphut Sptmgs Frank, Alberta The Rocky Mounlum SaiMtorlum, located al of (he most sceniq or the RoSkles, at an altitude ot 4 SOO feet, is tho mos' uptofldte hotel in the Crow's Nest Pass It ,is fittwl fhronghout Mlth fjvpry modern Connecied with the Famous Sulphur Springs, the waters of which are famed for their .curative properties and aie knovn to given leiief to scores suffering from gout and rheumatism The house has rooms and suites with modern lence, including baths, hot and cold water, telephones, etc.' The Culinary Department Is m charge of an experienced diet The Hotel has lately heen put under and efficient management and nothing is left undone lo as-ure the comlort of the guests Travellers met at all trains Special lates to families on application Ail of the which go to make thc Rocky Mountains, Sanatorium a verj pleasant summer'residence as well as a most beneficial health restoring. resort. ALEXANDRA HOTEL W.'J. STOKES, H. LEE, Minager TELEPHONES AND BATHS in every room Jjtricfcly European up ently crowd into the drama the host of interesting detail and'Incident that go to make up the value'of the'story An exception to this rule is the -cliannlng dramas, "The. Squa'w -Man, which- EUward Milton Royle has evolved from his1 immensely ipopular book of the same name and which scored a tremendous success for over three'.hundred performances' In Chi- .cago and New York last season. The dramatist has retained all the1 salient I points of the novels and woven the] into a'drama that reveals pretty. stones. .These dramas will bo pn sented at thc MnJestJc Theatre Tue 1 dij 9g Thc Min au .Wednesday, May L'9, "The Stampede, by a', company of more than ordinal quality and with a most haiidsom scenic investiture. Both plays 11 produced and under the managemen of the well known producers, Cla euce Bennett Co. For a Cold Alessandro Bonci, the tenor, want damages from thc New Yoi Central Railroad arid (lie Rullma; Company because he declares the lacJ of heat in a Pullman car in which h Travelled from New York to Torontc on January 17 last was responsible for his'catching cold nnd'belng'uiia.blUjtl.u to Everyone admires a Pretty picture shows of the prettiest London "OH, YOU vehicle, becausejt deals with a famil- iar subject in a most virile On Wednesday evening, for the first time, here, will be presented "The a superb production, un- der the direction the Clarence Ben- nett Co. Talented Organist Coming Richard Tattersal, the brilllr.nt To ronto organist, and one of the leading teachers at tlie Toronto Conservatory of be' in this city next month examining: on behaK of that institution.. -Air. Tat tergal is a girted executant and his work .seldom fails to give pleasure. FLESH TO SAVE' 7-YEAR-OLD SISTER Little Burns Caused Intense Suffering and Would Not Heal inches Grafted Minneapolis, May enable liis sister from burns she received nearly a year, ago, and from which she has suffered intensely since Leo Tiseubaum, six years old, yester- day submitted to an operation in Min- neapolis that, took thirty Aw o .ssjuare MAJESTIC THEATRE TChNIGHT GRAND MATINEE FRIDAY The Fred A. Byers and J. Edwin McBrtd'e Attraction offer MR.' FRED BYERS IN THE LAUGHING-COMEDY-SUCCESS "THE GIRL and THE TRAMP" BY CARLOS, INSKJSEP With Charming'and Winsome Miss Floy Mann and a Capable Co. SEE the thrilling automobile the funniest tramp, the daintiest the best show of the teason. Seats on Sale Rochon'e Ice Parlors, Thursday, May 23rd. PRICES 75c, and inches of bis skin, which auhsequent- Ij was> grafted to the body o? the boy's seven-y-ear-ohl l< The operation as performed at the Minneapolis city hospital, ami the little girl stands far, chait ces for recovery, the boj will suffer no permanent injury In 'theii home at 71 Fifth iivenue north, July -0, HJl, matches set fire ;the girl's Before were extinguished -she was badly. burned Sixteaa gcpiaie inches wete taken from each, the bov'a thighs. "The Car Ahead." TUDHOPE "FOUR" 110-inch wheel bue, 35 i 4-m f.o.b. Why the Tudhope "Four" Sells for ,MPORTING at a high rate of duty has placed a false value oh automobiles sold in Canada. An impoi ted car which sells for in the United States is class- ed as a or car in Can- ada, because that is the price it has always commanded. It is an car just (he same An imported car which is really worth must .be sold in Canada for or more. natural result is that it is classed as a car The Tudhope "Four" could not be sold for if it were not wholly manufactured in Canada. Tudhope Cars are made in Canada in a thoroughly modern factory. The parts of tlie motor, (he (Sears, the axles, in fact every essential part o( the car is made from the raw material in the Tudhope' Factory at Orillia. t This plant is not surpassed by any American Fac- tory, either for its efficiency of equipment or its organization. The cost of manufacturing cars in the Tudhope plant is as low as is possible in any Americqn plant. AND WE DO NOT ADD DUTY TO OUR SELLING PRICE." Tudhope Cars are sold at their true value. To the Canadian buyer this means that the value of the Tudhope is far beyond what the price would lead one to expect. The Tudhope "Fours" al have the appointments of imported cars selling in Canada for or They have the same high-grade features, the same superior equipment. TUDHOPE MFOOR" 30-36 110-inch wheel bate, 35 x 4-inch f.o.b. Examine Tudhope Cars: The powerful, long-stroke motors have cylinders cast en hloc. They fire equipped with thc Bosch Dual Ignition system, living two independent and complete currents. The cars are strongly built, (he mBteriii! used in the Irani mission gears nnd rear nxle is Chrome nickel- steel, and these together with the differential are enclosed in a dust-proof housing. The strong frame is made'with n double-drop to lower thc weijjht-centre without reducing the road-clearance. This lessens swaying and thc pos- sibilities of upsetting or skidding. Large springs nnd shock-absorbers prevent "SIX" 4S-lZ7-ineh wh..l baie, 37 tirw. Equipped with Truffault Hartford Shock Abiorben. Six-Pnuenf er J2.1SO. f.o.b. Orilli. EXTRA TIRE WITH EVERY CAR An extrH Tire and Rim with weatherproof case nnd tire-Jrom "cry TiidJiopo Car. The Tudliope are with jolting or bouncing. The long wheel base and high wheels add to the riding comfort and the large tires lessen tire wear. CONTWRiVTAI, DSMOUNTABLK RIMS Mow it change of (ires to be made in a few minutes. Tiie bodies arc gracefully formed and are finished in dark hltic. The seats are wide and are handsomely upholstered in hand- buffed leather. All metal trimmings lire heavily nickel-plated, The-Tudhope Booklet contains information of interest to every A utomobile buyer. Write for it. J i 'f.' .The TudhoPe Motor Company, Limited Orillia, Canada Tudhope Anderson Co., Limited. Winnipeg, Brandon. Hcglna, Saskatoon, Cnlgary, Loth bridge, Swift Current, York ton. ;