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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I'lTE LETJTB RIDGE DAIJjY HERALD Saturday, November IMAJESTIC THEATRE B.; SHERMAN. .Minmer. _____ PHONE MJ. "THREE NIGHTS- COMMENCSNC flomlay next, Nov. 6th ;JHarry' D. Msrrt presenls'Thci Majestic Stock Co. -MONDAY f' Brewster's lions1' Tuesday a nil'Wednesday's bills announced later Prices 75c, 50c, 35c. Gallery 25c Music and Drama (Conducted1 by FIDELIO.) recalls an old loan made to a former classmaty, Hubert Underwood, and can's on him for the pamo. Under-. It has broitoii out again hi la wol'so he, and Ions journal, and I note 'I" nolliin, THE VEXUD-and nilos- tlon of conRregntlonal Binglng is a recurrent thontti for discus- i loading rollslous jou tnat nipst of tin1 writers arv IncllnVMl TO blame the organist and the choir lor ivhat they spoak of us "the gener- al disappearance of the al voice-." That congiVKations do not sing with tho old time heartiness of a generation or two ago is certainly for him; Wlillo' In the room ho fatly asleop. and Underwood, half c'ruxed from worry, commits erne. When the police enter they flli( Jett'rles still asleep, and jump to the conclusion that lie murdered Under wood. They give him the "third itruc. nu why blame the 'organist he ls so dazed when a gleaming ll'e riioir? Xo organist or choir muzzle of a revolver is held before his lean urovout a rangrcgalton Joining he repents after him the confes- jnoartily in a psalm or hymn It tUu dictated by Captain Clinton, tho so desires. The reason bully. Mow-over, bis faithful tor the decay of congregational slug-1 wife, ing Is twofo'id- j to" 1'or jierslstent efforts, se- It 'lies, first, in the I cures tho services of 'the grant law- MAJESTIC THEATRE B. SHERMAN, Manager. ONE NIGHT ONLY Thursday, November 9 FRANK GOTCH Champion lAMMOUT ThvTerrible Turk Prices: 7Sc Gallery 5Oc ilact that a large mmilAM- of the hymn tunes hi our church collections are ueyond the congregational capacity: janrt second. In the fact that it Is not In fact, it is qulto rude join heartily In the praise. You win see. if you go to a so-called ionable" church, where practically no- oody sings. If a' man in the pew yer, Judge Drowsier, and Jeffries Is eventually proven Innocent. The play is very strong, and Blake will be ssen to his best advantage. Haslam on "Singing" Tbo English copyright of a hook, "Style in by Hasbro, the weVrknown Paris singing-master, hai ueen purchased by the New York firm j starts a lusty bass or a piping tenor jiossra, Schir'mer and Co. Mr. people around will stare at him if thev had discovered the missing link. To make the organist and choir responsible Is sheer nonsense. They are bound hy the modern fixed tune i system, and they cannot put ou "the I grand old tunes" whenever the con- grepatiou would like to Jiave them. Kubelik at the Majestic Success in vioJin playing is as much uut> to the element of personality as I to the ability to perform exceptional- ly well. Is tho assertion of many fam- [iliar with the conquests made during die past twenty years by famous vir- tuosi. Kubsllt, who wil'i be heard at i the Majestic Theatre on November a, is mentioned instance where the combination of both personality AN AMERICAN.TO 7 Porto Rico ami Guam. ijLUlrlli fUrJCi oul-v are tnc Catholics of Amen -ml musical genius paved tte way jto laurels won by the few Instrument- alMts really deserving to be. called "great." Apart from the rare gifts of this Kntlolph Srhirmer, the president of me company, was recently in Paris to itrransc some details aS'to its publica- tion. It wi'ii be followed by another work from the same house anxl by the same writer on "Lyric Declamation." The "Cefiol1 Strad The famous Stradivari violin, known to connoisseuiy as the which was for many years in the possession nil, has been pur- chased by Mr. George Hart, of War- dour street, Ubnclon, England. The instrument, which is dated 1716, is one or the most perfect and graceful of all the master's violins. It is understood -.nat Mr. Hart gave for tnte in- strument. jiioay of Catholics in the world is to maUi hg lms whnt musical ex-1 (.'0 found in the United States and its possessions, the Philippine Not Rome. on tiie lijiproachiug consistory, wiieh seven- leeu .cardinals, inclmlini; three from tdo. I.'uiteil States, will be created, L-ominue to .emphasize the great sig- nnicjnce of Pope Pins' decision to Krant Anv.irica four representatives in i.ue -jficrec! coJlese. f3y spnie it is asl- Wrteci tiiat tiia way ia being pavetl lor the advent of an American Pope_. H is [jointed out that the largest me footlishls.and take hold of their ica su- to 'weave a charming penor in number, but in deap I' abom them. Those who'Inn's 115. piety, loyally, wealth and gen- .crosity. An Irish-American pope is suggested lor the day when it shall be no lonser necessary for will be conferred the Duka or, Connaiisht on his first.visit to tlio city. JAN KUBELIK, Violin Virtuoso, Who..PJays.Herc.Noi'. the INDIANS AND A GORGED CHECK Kfiymoml, Nov. bunch of In- (liana have got themselves into trou- tne, and by the way into jail, over tr.'o forgery of a Bull Head jjreyeiited a for signed itay Knight, at the Bank of nut the hank withheld payment till Mr. Knight bad boeij communicated with.- it was. cheque; was issued by an Iwllan named Blan- Kfit, and he too was token into cun- tody. Blanket to know nothing about .Head Bays mat Oay Clieif was in the game of cards in which he won tins cheque rem son Is in town today looking up Day