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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILYJIERALD Local News Where To Find It MAY 28. 1'Jl'J Big Crowds and Keen Interest Mark Musical Festival Opening llie ihlr.l save a very swept render l'ie fourili was a very >OUUK singer and showed nrpat leuniera jiiiem; Ihe (itlb guile ulculy. bul The afternoon on Tuesday were IteH Iu cl-.urcb. Tbe inornlnt eeilion OD Tutsddy f'ottd nllh the UoM Open i "-J ia I'laco I'orapellllQ.i. Iu lbl Qua-'lelle there IielUlon. lor wblth Ihero lour. John entries. TDt, wioncrf. wltli M nui of j j Mn_-B'rBnder and Miss McuWcl IM nurVs. ncie Mrs. li. II. Johnson Tne awarded were und Jllss Mela Wellington. Nut order Clana HuihM tod Mils Badlc fimllli. TO; O. T. llor- I tillon and Mln Veri Mawii'DHey I. Ti; MlMM Util'.f mil Minnie Hircll. Tl. Ill glrlne tile Tboruas Mil ot tbe n-innm thai Ihelr rendfrlnj ol tho El Mr Noble remnrXeil humorously _ BV ,fU it di.. rljiill Iu 'tlie nicr-ulslions (jf the sons. were clever In rackinE recoveries: Lbui VM a credit to their rauslrlan IdaL ineir rbmiFunt the Vale" vias ol bolltr riinllly Iban tbal ol tie. olbers. ivilh i Very plemlng hlend'nz ol tbe Tho voices were good and blenil- etl fairly In Ihe Trio Ihere were Iwo entries, lire. Mrs. Johnson cod Mies MeU WflllnEton, and tlie 'jllns of Jli't. Ijylon iVnOX I 11U, ui'Jtfrlaln'ti i plenslng tiltnd'nz 01 Inc VOICEJ. Binder and Ileesle 'llairll Tlir. ryllini and Ihe ,h 157 marts food. In crillclilJE Oic olb.rs out that Itie ulcnilcc "I JQ lo lilt ivlnners roices ol Ilio BCtond, )n lie marks j vras soinellmes uneaual. i.npranu was. very good llldrejl. The ettect on llie -vrliole wai In tlie case ol the (bird. Ihe tcwpo was tlie case ol me inira. ina ano Wa6 not tulllrlenlly in i, llltle loo and the volets a Itlllei" uiiure a( limes The first so hi tilt Tfnor and w- Uocker: fourth, II. snd .A. L. Joh'usto'll. TO. The first laid 'Mr. Thomas. at the ftail. but. IL me aoiirp.ut) was cic'llen Ulrco voices pure and ol nice nice anil bright, iiut the eec- waG pot eulllrlenlly In c UI-MO and ilie'conlraUo liad both ver rood In the second llicy made a Dice tlend ind their voltes ranched veil, Ibough llie iihraiing was a -Itltle emphatic There was tome verr sireet sliijins with ciccl- leni light and shade. MagrAtK Man Won In the Competition in tlie jirosram of the Miislcal KcsVlval licld In sram o e iisc church', on Tuesday eve- ning Die winner was Uibb. of htilUied-. Wife the but. uliig u.e winner ovcr'lUfi he went In ibe ren-1 wllli C. of Ca pot over IL at, ue uu. 11. (Icrlnc Lhere wan more ryllini and teel: Ine lhan In Ihe olhcrj, more atmos- phere of rrJolclnE In keeplne wllli the sonf. Fishermen" Iu Ihe second tenor hid a pleas- Ins qualilr; bill had the lault com- mon tu-ail, that he illd -aol'brlnE bis voU'o forward euough. The bain was c lillie heavj" Ihe lenor. There was a want, of the foundation T.HS A Ul tuw nf all eood cluglliE- The third were lolil lhal Ibelr articulstlou was eood. In the case of Ihe fourth, that riolii sUEim took the eonr too serious second. In namlnu Ihe award, Mr. Xoblfc men'lloaoil thst Hie 'judges ivcre not well pleased wilh thoTesull of the co-iyiElilion. The pieces selected were dllflcult. reyulring rnalure style, hence Oiere were few renderings. The prevailing fault was lack of enuncia- tion. In tlie case of some canrtldaleF tlie phrsslnp wai weak'.and Inlerfered Tl-llh the Intonalion. The candidates were irsai In attack' aiid In the render- Ing of the notes.: There was also the need of more Up, and idnsue usc. "The -winner, said 'Jlr.; Noble, had o good articulation and rnuth tlie besl coiifciillon o( iho iliouth the allaclc was in-t always cli-au. The marks awarded were as fol- M'DII Glib. IM: f. A. l.r d'att. A. llariey (Kdmoutonl, US; II. K. Monliner Ifaltaryl. J Jobnton UMinOEiom, ItT; W M Docker HE; llyron Tanner HO; A. llollu U'ar manuay) M. 0. Klloei- ll.eth urldso, I3S. Choir 111 Ihe Small I'holr Compelliion ilio single entn'. the fnlmd church leader Mre. K Jacktoii. ulned 13 raartJ. The juJgfs reErctled tlur wan only one entry. The alto tone were said not 10 have quite blended There was some foai phiaj'uj and lillle of harmony. In the Intermeddle Choiis. Wesle church was llie only calry. obtamln marki. The leader was Mr. t Iluchui. The (rillelfm tbal Ih fopranos lackeJ tlic rins ot the hlr, no'tc." There was a watil of lassie n Ihe climai. Th.- onil ol the fir versa was beautifully done. ThoU! there was some real slnjl iho whole, there was a llulc fallln ofl !n Iho fUch of ihe notes, some po watchlnE of Ihe conductor, and a ic denry lo a little loo fast Noble caused aome merriment 1- iiiE that as HIP muei.; in tho i piece TTDS his, he had set Ihe time, I Trill Morning'! Session 111 the Wednesday mornlUE session o! ite iltiiicsl t0', the Boy Solo cmnpisllllou was not awarded as the uiarKs gained dkl nol reach Ilia necessary percentage. The certiBcate which was acconlnuls; B vcn was won by Willie of Taber witb 03 marts. Joe Toung the only olher candidate, also of Tiber, caincd Cl. In the Girls' solo Hie medal was one by Audrey MarhTi. of Eilmoillon. wilh SI marks; Dorolhy Allison was second wilh 72. Olhcr marks wore'. Jlorjorio Smith CD. Bessie Worthlns- Ion CS rlorcncc Jolmsou Ci. Kathleen liowipi- C5. llllila Morris lit. Elizabeth llalsum 64. >fary Scoll C2. Kalhleeu McCarler 62. Tho winner, in Hie judge's remarks said lo Ihe makings of a fine siiiECr. She sans thoushtfimy and with real good Intelligence. The possessed a sweet voice. The winner in the Tenor Competi- tion was Wcdgewooi) noblnson of Cal- gary wilh 155 marts. The ncil teal was G. B. Mooney (Calgary) 142. Oth- ers who competed were B. Has- kins (Tabcr) 142, K. Illllerud (Clares- holm) 140, John Mclntyrc (Caleary) (Calsars't 1JO. The winner, accordinE lo the judges, showed better control of voice. In- ionalion and pronunciation than Ihe others. U.F1 3f Arbitration Hoard Iu Settle Civic Employees Trouble To Appoint Meiiri.'WIIion and McNibb. the appointees ori lh' a'bilralton board In Iht civic diiputc, r.arr.td the following for selection ai chair- man of the board. Mr. Wilicn't were Brig.-Gen. Stew- art, Mr. L. M. Johnslone, Mr. E. C. McKtniie. Mr. McN'abb named Mr. Harrison, ol the cost ol living Calsary; Mr. J. R. Palmer and Rev. Denoar- None ol those named by Mr. Wilson vjcrt accept- able lo Mr. McNabb. Both in the end agreed on the Rev. Dsnoon. On the request being put lo him, Mr. Denoon declined lo act. II now, therefore, remains tor Ihe chairman lo be appointed al 01- tawa. .j i, 'i I TLere will be do game tomorrow evening at Iho hall Accor.lius in tbe ruWllle'> Ih9re ou liilil'f. bill ilrfert-nce ot opinion Ollsu amonr the members ot llie some hnVlnl a on 'or TourtUar nicUl. In ortler that there be no inlsiindei-1 staudliiB It ueen decided thai no j leaeua snme will be played. I II also intention lo play off Ihe Xonh I uoituoiied un Thursday, urn rumor ba. !l lhal Billy Mnninj Is! laktne a prominent in a inurs Im-1 fard.nl match on that oat', and of, course the Veterans couldn t play: ilitl nlelii anyivny. However. thai is true, or not. Uierfc will ue no; came on Thursday oiflit. METACAMA HAS 316 May steamer which will ilocli at Quebec 0.1 or about June 1. carries 2J officers hnd 321 olher ranks tor Quebec dls- pnrsil'area and one olllccr tor YVinm- Thsre arc also over MO soldiers !dependents on beard Not l.ikcly Candidate Will Dei Chosen Al This Meeting j I.ellibri'lte is ,'or Ike l'.[ !K. A. political tonvemloii wliich opena, I on Thurzday mornint al up. s'eioct in Hie K. r. hall, by having i'llle rain slurni thii atternoon lo freshen thi'ifii "I1 Willi imi-'ical festival al-.'l rolllical i-oiiveniiuii In ioaiiuii al one lime il 'Hi lhat tlioro u KI lip jil-nly o! rain Ibe lest ot Ihe Tlii! I'. A.-CTf me beginning lo coriBrcpal? this atU'rliuon ami Ihe I number wKl lie Mfineoled hy llie ar- rival ol-rrjsifleni Wood, Secrelary a.nd a number of. olher leaders ot the jnovement from Mat-- lend this rvr-r.inf. li is ospciled "OS delegates at If ail will bp Secretary HiginbofJiam was in the ciiy on Monday arrsngemenis were Lomiileted'rov Ihe conjtnlion. Tlie- lluard of Trade has made all arrangements for accommodation for Hie irnwil which will be in Ihe i-ity on Thursday A liEl 0( roqtas available haj been iernrei and Frank WadrliHSlon will bo at the Board of Trade all day Thursday in charge of the work o( tailing rooms lor the dele- gates. Interest in llie convention If quKU keen and large crowds are eipectcil to allend the various sets'ionf. A large number ol women are expected Iu be iu atlemlanie. ani on Thurtday allcrnoon Iho will he atldreswi) at I the Y. SI. A. auditorium by Mrs. Parlby. president ol tlie (.'niiej Farm Women ol Aluerla. Win. McCrockfn. til- ilo.- of Thrslian Kileme piiblicaiionf. resigned as a result of 3 mntro- veriy over his progressive altitude. It is likely lliat a mnulier o Ibe memucrs of the of tlie Irrigallon -Development Association will lie .In the on Thursday -n allendancc al tbe tonveniion ol. llie U.K.A.; and Ctalrman Mar.ioch lias asked Ib'al those wbo are present meet at the Hoard ol Trade olllces'lo talk over important mat- ler's in tonneclloii wilh the I.D.A. II a meeline on he jolleii losclhor much irnporlant business can lie cleaned up before Mr. Marnoch Icavef fcr Scollaml. Accident on Kerry LcadinE To Federal Mine Across River Through the breaking ot ot Ilio terry- of Ihe Federal Coal mine, two horsea were drowned in Ihe nelly river-on Friday afternoon. On the rcrry: at llie t'ime were '.Mr. manager of Ihe mines, and four others, with Ihe team and a carl containing two Ions of coal. The breaWng of the cable- tilled Ihe ferry boat, throwing the can and Ihe horses into the stream. One of Iho horses was evidently-struck on the head by the wblgui o! the coal :md never rose alter disappearing In the stream. The other alruggleil for some forty yards and was then drowned. The occucanls on Ihe 'boat were stranded in the slrebni by holding on lo Iho rail of llie boal until bronjhl ashore, by a rowinj boal which nulled out to llicir rescue.; Cost of Coal and Wood, fat Outweighs Cost of Imperial Royali.te (Coal Qil for Cooking And-when il's burned jn trie'New. Perfection Oil Cook is cbiiblv- economical..-: Jivcry drop is turned into txlmlcss. sjiiptclcJ's' result uf llic scicnlific i nluc Chinihcy Burner. The ix'cw Pcrlcclion.saves, yoil'.in other wijs, too. It spnres you the driidgcry of Srfies fcinUlme. Il clinnnilcs 1 wasted miiu.lc3 in wailing fbr.llie fire.to draw. -It concen- trales all Ihe heat where voi! want it, under the ulcnsil-- iioiie spread about lo.ovcrlicat (lie room ntul sap your strength. New Cook Stove always ready-ogives every convenience the gas "ove cives at much less cost. Already of lliesc- slovcs arc in use bringing comfort an J economy to just so many housewives. _ New Pcrfecl ion Stoves come with or without the ovrn and sues front two (o fbur with the Long Ulnc Chimney. Sccyour dealer and select your size and sIyle to-day. -._ for Sale bu Dealers Everywhere. NEW PEJRFECTION OIL In (he supreme courl today the case i ot Lcccli vs. the Ujly ot l-othbridjc was opened This Is the case In which Dr i Lscch Is suing the city, for Ilio sum of for damages, tht result if a collision between his motor car .ind' a car o? Iho slrcct railway en The Jury impaneled arc 'Charles Fred Green, fl John Knnc and Walliir Holt. Tbe .CMC Is cspcclcd lo last nil Conybcarc. Chnrc'li and Uo. are 'appeiring toi1 Iho pblnlift, and Mr. W. S. Hall tor llie cily. v Arllitir Urady. 13. Cleveland, O...w.-is nwarded the, Cleve- land Stone Co.. for Injuries received when oncuInG a barrel (if esploBivcs. Crisp, Col den-Brown Squares dNourishiMnl Suitable for everyday use arid especially goodforiht children RED, WHITE AND GREEN IS THE COLOR SCHEME OF THE ONLY PACKAGE CONTAINING THE GENUINE Accept no sulsliluted Im- other cereal 'food is made or sold ly UJ TOASTED FLAKES E TOASTED CORN FLAKES I THE STMIUl CMUUII FSBI REFUSft lite "Just-as-potxi" remember, KellogE's toajdcrl Corn Flakei are only made in Canada by LONDON, ONTi THE BATTLE CREEK TOASTED CORN FLAKE HEAD OFFICE AND PLANT. OUn BOVS have made the! world a safer place and better to live. HI .1) .o us to mate Ihl. town a be.ler, niora beau more modern and safer nlico to ,lwell and onjoy Ib. Ings nml prospcrily of peace'. 1 Build New home progress i now stores- retonslruct. Normal I stilled because 'ot the o governa.ent placed upon .build- P. LUND SON] and RrtiU Deiferj in Lumber LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS AND LUMBER BUILDERS'SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS Office snrt .Di.lrtbttlMV Yard-Corner 3ri AvcnUB ,M 17U, Streel, Uranch T.ri. .1 tMn and Barnwell. 'At these points we handle rcucluif Material Hardware and Farm Implcincnls. CONSULT US REGARDING PRfCES, PLANS, ETC. r Box 189 or Phone 516 LETHBRIDGE ;