Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THK DAILY HERALD Saturday, Xovcinlter ii, 111! Special rtra MONDAY AXJVTUKSDAY XKXT The Startling Parisian Feature "The Blighted Son" IN FOUR.PARTS NO ADVANCE IN PRICES MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by UDELIOI Dramatic .Recital "The Story of Joseph" and other selections CYRIL HAYES CANADA'S MOST REALISTIC INTERPRETER OF LITERATURE AND THE ONLY CANADIAN BORN READER WHO HAS EVER STUDIED UNDER THE WORLD PROFESSOR DUXBURYOr MAN- CHESTER, ENG. ML'.SIO lovers iu this city will have au opportunity at last of' hearing the famous opera- tie prim-t iluiiiKi soprano Alice Neil- sen ami her excellent company, which comes lo, the Mules tie thcatw on Wednesday evening next. Miss Neil- sen mus I not fco confused with Chris- tine Neilsen, of coinie ofora fame. The artists aiv not in nny way re- lated to each other. Aluc Neilsen's voice is one of .operatic excellence and j her successes have niriuy. She j has the distinction of being OKP of j the leading opera stars of the present Jtml is not a number, al- though she is travelling in tins west- ern country. On ilie contrary, her eoneert tour throughout the west is one which not arranged a-very great ileal of negotiating and trouble as the prima lioniia has im- portant assignments in New York for operatic enpiiuMnenis. Miss Neilsen, however, prefers the concert plat- form as a better means for her The assisting soloists who" will utYompany the artists are eeptiotully capable anil if The Vallet French Dry Cleaners and Dyers .A lirst-class place ami lirsi-class work, Ask lor iht1 Valloi prevents moth and renews'your cloihes. Jiemdiiber, we are experts. ROSENSTEIN GORFKLE' Basement Lethbridge Hotel Phone 1324 Prompt af lent ion to out-of-town orders. tidies. They knmv the opera. huusa and tfce.tt rrs are in each town am! also the hotels. They art; allow- wants to hear one of.the finest con- cert com panics it lias even liet'n niy privilege to listen to 1 would aJvise ptihlie tu turn out en masse and ed U> lie down in the dressing rooms during the show and they never at- tempt to they hear th on 10 the stage, until orchesira playing "God Y.M.C.A. Auditorium MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, give .Miss Neilsen a warm welcome. thc s Fornari. the baritone. !s hlone Miss Fc'llon and the Allen I'layers well worth hearing. His work .is appear at the .Morris theatre on well known to me, as i.s also that lor :i" the other There is another excel Ifii I rcmceri in Majestic the- atre on Thursday 28th Nov., when Miss Kva Mylolt, the grent Austral- ian contralto, xviili insist ing artists, appears under the iiuspieqs oi the A Rare Treat Admission 50 c Xursim; .Mission i i in point of fu! I ness anil quality very i closely rpKPinbles that of of eitjht nights. ALICE MELSI5X WOHTH Commenting on Alice Nielsen's sing- ing recently in Toronto the erudite musical critic of thc Globe says: "The YOUU HA1U BRUSHES OUT Your -hair is as sensitive ns your even more so. Il stands up under heavy curling irons, nnd diseases of the opening of the big arena on .Mutual street last night with the iirst con- cert of the musical festival, which wluxsii world-wide f tc occupy the was a brilliant Miss L. Stella Lumbar d Teacher ol Voice Culture and Song Singing 16, Hull Block Telephone-1536 FORMER I' i i i ii 11 iirrm in HUM a minute Where Do You Spend Sunday Afternoon If you have no other gagemeirt. or if yon are a stranger and wish to get ac- quainted, drop around to the Young Men's Bible Class of Wesley church and spend an hour with the fellows at 3 p.m. A CORDIAL GOOD SONGS A GOOD LESSON A H E A R T Y HAXDSHAKK AWAITS YOU WANT i'5 MORE BY NOV. -I. water hag patented hy an Illinois man is made of material which per- mits just enough of its contents t exude llirouah its siilcs to eool tlie rest hy evaporation. SUFFEBEDJME'YEtaS TIH Dr. Morse's Indian Root IMIla cured EiJs KIcfney Trouble There are few cause more, ncutc suffering than Kidney Trouble, MIC! Mr, F. A, Thomas, of Suclbury Out., is one of those who know it. He writes; "For over three years I suffered from 'kidney disease. IMrst I thought I haJ sprained my back, suddenly thc pain would catch the small of my back nnd it would be impossible for me lo straighten myself up for several minutes. A dull ndie across the kidneys was always pres- ent, my uriuc was thick and cloudy, and passing it caused a burning, scalding pain. Tried medicines, but they failed. 1 was advised to try Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilla, as they had cured my wife years before. A few boms affected a complete cure. I now enjoy tho bles- sings of good health, which is due to this remedy." Don't ucplcct kidney too dangerous jw well as too painful. Tint old, reliable family remedy, Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Pills, Itaj cured and win cure y'ow. It b equally wTcctivc fa curing consiipaliou iis evils, biliousness, indigestion nad flick headaches, and in ntirifing tbi blood. ft5c ft box your 10 PRESIDENT'S WIDOW TO WED Princeton, N.J., Oct. Grover Cleveland has authorized the announcement of her engage- ment to Thomas Joseph Preston, professor of archeology and his- tory of arts at Wells College. The date of the marriage is not yet determined. Mrs- Cleveland is a graduate of Wells College, and has bften a trustee of that institution since 1887. Her wedding to President Graver Cleveland, which took place in the .fxecutive mansion in his first administration, was one of the notable events in the his- tory of the White House. Her father, Oscar Folsom was a law partner of Mr. Cleveland, who, upon Mr. Folsom's death became Frances Folsom's g'uard- ian. After his retirement from the presidency, Mr. pleveland made his permanent home in Prince- ton, and Mrs. Cleveland has con- tinued to reside there since the former President died in 1908. Her two daughters, Esther ar.d Marion, and her son, Richard F., are living with her here. ability is already well established. IN MUSICAL COMKHV Their been several Canadian dramas, su.ch us- -'Pitrvc of the "The anil "The Right j success, the event being witnessed b, niorc than fh-u thousand people. Tli- soloists the ovening all won con- spicuous successes, recalls and en- cores boing the rule. A surprising fact was that the voice of Alice of but tmtll produc- lho solo scuraiia, which Is lion of "In the Oimp-Fire's tenned !'Shl .iu texture, Canada's praises were yet in! cd remarkable carrying power, beni, musical comedy. It seems straimc mnpkcd with and distinctiics throughout the auditorluiii. Miss romance and an 'abundance of turcstjue srenery, should have left out of miisit-al-comedy so long, i Her aria from "La Toscu" was a beau- At all events "In the Camp-Firths] tttully finished effort, remarkable also rices full justice to the lean-j fcr chTystalliuc purity of toiie, while great west." The; her Last of Sum- i made the greatest impression that she has yet. made in this city. scnlp, etc. But there is a limit. When you comb and br hnir in id brush your him i: (he morning, watch forihe "TRAILERS' (hul turn grey, fall out, and'comb out with the first morning brush. _ j nr the firm_ Thls rcplicA will on ftlua 1 icnow that there ssomethine nrtt it i -11-t n vitih licl> iu Milan on the Occa Excursions To Europe WHITE STAR-! T DOMINION MME. MAIL Morris Tonight bright sunny days to blench them A careful ihtiulry by n dculur pianos from tljo largest factirrics this cuuntry ilistloaes the fact th there is iio bettor means of cloani :i polished piano timn simply to 'wa it in lukewarm wator, drying oitt part perfectly by rubbing briskly i fast a.3 It is washed. This method as safe as it is simple. H leaves tl polish absolutely uninjured. TO -MAKR BU8T OK PUCCINI C. S. "ioiro, a sculptor, resident i Xfiw York, has been commissioned b tha firm of Iticordi it Co., music pul Ushers, to make a marble bust of Ola conio Puccini, composer of "-Madam Uutterfly" and "fja Boheme." Tlis have also nrderoil a marble of th same sculptor's bust of Verdi, whlc made- Tor the American branc wrong. If your hair was in good health, it wouldn't full out, nature never intended that. There is something wrong ut the root of ihings-the hair needs a tonic-a restorer. When you are sick you take mcdicinsi That is your first thought, its turning grey, falling out, are both ways the hair has of "complaining of illness." It can't do it slon of Iho celebration of the V'erd centenary. Radium Costs Over Per Ib Radium is scarcely obtainable even afc this fabulous price, so it is not in-ony other YOUR'pzirt. Use- peeled that Win. 1J. Patty carries HAY'S HAIR_HEALTH____ hatful, "but it is a fact that h and 50c at Drufl Stores or direct upoa .cceipt of oricc nnd came. Send lOc lor trial botil8.-Philo Hay Spec. Co., Newark, N. J, For Sale arid Recommended by RED CROSS DRUG BOOK COr Ltd. ca one must be tall and thin." So "Carmen is young am! gay R.X.ttMJ.P. an ftuportant part mcr' reeeivert with delight by her! and and l look bearers, was exceptionally worthy of tlle the Vl'hlla (lcnna intends, HI the dcvi-Iopnicnl of llic play, as tht-y have in the development of the country. This new iutisic.il oinetly scran will praise for Us unaffected but expres- siv simplicity." Miss Nielsen and her company come to the Majestic on I be. the featured of K Stuart-1 Wednesday evening next. jWtiyte's pierrot.s, "The who comr to the Majestic Theatre on Monday, Nov., AU.KN PLAYERS YINIT IMore stattim: nut on tlieii- prrsrMit AT STAK- On Jlonday and Tuesday next, th-e management of Starland will olfor for rtie ..first time In this city the tour thc Allen Players made a dying! sensational Parisian production in trip to Prince Hupcrt, and although Tour parts "The .Blighted Son." Thi; there was ;i certain part uf each' ls one of the greatest features -aver day given over to rehearsals, the mem! produced by the celebrated Path hers of tlie company found plcnly oi j Fr'eres of Paris. niid-Iias bee" soctir-5. by Starland at a heavy expense. Sev- ernl of the scenes are wonderful i JUDGE GALT SWORN Winnipeg, Nov. 1. Judge A. t' Giilt was this morning sworn in by time for rccreiitioii, and there were daily "tihuQlcbparil" competitions. Kelt on won nil the prua-a in the extreme uiul the whole p-roduc- IN theae events and at thc end r.t ticn may woll be clnssed as n genuine voyage was proclaimed thc champion, j feature. Tho story deals with the life e However, not only at this gome is j of a reckless son. who, after having _ _ __ 'OLD COUNTRY1' PLAVliRH COJI- 1 "lissert "ne team on the Bliglitad Son" will almost constitut an entiv-e evening's entertainment in TVrt ifFHF ipam 011 the home ground, 7 re-il "Old roim'trv" ran name all the playp'ra usual prices pf admission JPCII sent to Canada at last League, brsldra ;oers from the old country, who j -J !ltX somotiihcs long foi' a good old-ffish-j oncd Pierrot show, something ot This talentRd younp actress is also' lover of animals and her that sort. The cmnpany, which tears j Terrier-ilogs. "Teddy" aiul tlie recent slump of London's approv- l -H'C well known m almost 1, and is now touring tlirmigh Can- ida, i.s F. Stuart-WIiyie's company of Pierrots "The wlio town of any she in V.'savcni Canada, having traveltari with the nompany now for four SRH.SOIIS. Tlipsc A (.'LCVEIt PIANIST Miss KV.I thc great Aua- tralinn ccnrralto who sings unfer (lip auspices of (lie Xtirsing .Mission at thfi Majestic on Thureday, Nov. L'Sth, bi; ncconijjanioil on her western after twenty-eight years in opeu u school to teach others more 'youthful to sing the part. THE CAiRE OP THE PIANO Sirs. E. M. aslts the New Yc-rk Even- ing Telegram how -ip remove -yellojv stains from piano keys and also wants the name of ;i good polish for the piiuio. The sta'ns should be removed with oxalic acid, replies Uie Telegram. Tho keys may be kept free from 'stains by rubbing them with a soft piece of clctii wet with alcohol. Ex- pose keys to the sunshine on bring several tiny tubes of the mai veloiis substance to show lo the antl ience and to perform with, at Knos church, Xov 7th, when ji domonstrutioi, of liqitic air find 'wireless telegraphy will also be given. The term "mystery" seems inadequate in referring to radium- "ini-racte" appears, none too strong Earn, particle of tbis woncierful min eral constantly gives heat and ligh and "perpetually" throws off the tin lest particles of; itself, yet 'appnreiitl} does not dtnjinJsh in weight strength, and scientists estimate this phenomena will continue for many thousands of years before radium's energy dies out. GERMANY DENIES REPORT Berlin, Nov. 1, Tho German For- eign Office today denies the report from Punia Arenas, Chile, tlint the cruiser Bremen is engaged in explor- ing- and surveying; Straits with a in the Magellan to the acquisi- tion by Germany of a coaling station, ui iiiTiiuin i IK; w nu "i un ncr W Cole I II are booketl for thc Majestic theatre, j', "iast tloSs llll'ir Canadian and United states tour by tarting Nov. 4. Tlie first halt 0. the I sllow intclhuencc at Aikcil of Australia, who >enor.rnancc i.1; given ovn; entirely he. I'ierrots, while thc I.itlnr half of' lie entertainment; is modern musical :funtidy. The musical cnmt-ciy for rvrninu; is an up-to-thc miu- iti- version of Canadian ranch Hfc, in-' itlcii, "In Uic Camp Fire's The. scene is laid in n pictisrestiuc lira ui thc Fnrn-r river, as it winds Is way from thr i'eacr rivpr coun- ry to the sea. The print-inn! dianic- prs are rhnscn from :imong the ix-p- cscntativr types r.f thai, There the Alounlnl Policeman, (he isli tentlcrfotit. Hie Indian princess nil a of r.ertutmil Caiuulian cow- )0y girls and ;i si rent; contingent of liai equally romantic type of dlir.en, hi! co who vs. "In UIR (IKnv'', is Ins attractive litlc of a musical willi its action bud hi ni Ciinarla. Tt i.s the feature hill ver.siitilfs. AT TMK MOKUIS Some strange wpii'd musk' and sing-. was hoard last at Ihe iWor-1 t'is, when the J-laivaiian Musical coin- Sir. ,S. X. some faction in guitar ing, psins; pfickrl, kiiiic, insle.id his h'nircrs Otto iVois, on his uecorttirjn, meli.iiieH of ;ill and w.ns I en a round of applause. Maii.iiCtT Morris purposes two prrforin- uncpji and as He runs [lirre very lilms of .m ciiinv- alilc cvcninp; ran .spent in nis liOUSft. Three Hand- some Presents A Offer to Ihe Bovt. ).i you vinf Ihtie llsut e'tu. kliiolutcly will accompany the Diva on her con- certs. Miss HiMa Ailicn Is cno ol Iho younger stars that have I arisen in I'n'r awjiy Australia. Alias i Alylott Heard Miss Alton play during her recent visit lo her native land, and was so much struck with the younn' performer's ability as n pianist that negotiations were begun ami ar- Jinally concluded to Aliss Aiken to America as Miss My- lott'a lU'ccmpanist. A hrilliant ftituro aHSin-eii to (his gifted younsv inusi-; ohm ;iiitl a iruar. indeed is in sti for those who have an opportunity! to hear lur aec-ompanimflnts anil Holes. Aiken win introduce an inienstinK novelty in a Maori sons entitled "Walatn Pol" cnmposeil liy A. ItMl, Anjiirallft'a leading cnmpoaer of Iho day. MONCI MAKKS FIRST KECORUS Alfiiisiindvo RoiK'i. the tenor, made six rocorrts week1, the first phono- graphic rccorda he has mado in tluj' I'niicd States. .The rccorrlR includctd! seleclioii.s from jijul other oporiis, and the tenor roivcs in full payment there, fcr. CAI.VI-: SAVS SHK'H "TOO FA "I1" TO j PINT, j Mmc. Knimn Calve b afraid she is iU'dHiring ton much cmboupoint to i KlntV f'armou any longer. She Is tins "too broad and i.o use her! own words, and "to succeed in Aim-ru! ANNOUNCE Xmas Excursion From the West in Cohnsctlon with THE ROYAL LINE direct route to Bristol London and (ho, Continent. Tickets mi November 7th to December 31 inclusive, witli a return limit of five months from date of issue. Good Going on ROYAL GEORGE tons) From Montreal, Nov. 13 CHRISTMAS SAILINGS ROYAL EDWARD tons) From Halifax, Nov. 27th ROYAL GEORGE tons) From Halifax, Dec. 11th north reservations and full information from .any rajhyay or steamship agent or A. H. DAVIS, GENERAL AGENT. Scott Block, 272 Main Street, Winnipeg, Man.. .11 luiiiieuiiwii Wt'ui is on u I nuoa on the railways ,Nov. 7. to Uec.