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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta November THE LIRTTIBRinOF Baked sal nils of all macar oni and eheesu for fresh Anything made to order on short bnte Cooking sowed in homelike sur roundings and nice Try The Markell 214Fillli Street Letbbridgo Christmas Trees Order now tor delivery when Well grown Fir 18 inches to 5 foot ysr Cash with reference ijiven on re ceipt stamped addressed pos tnl GLENLILY VALLEY V NURSERIES Box 153 DemonstrationJ McLarens Imperial JELLY POWDER IMPERIAL CHEESE PEANUY BUTTER PIMENTO CHEESE In charge oi Miss Wallace THE BENTLEY Suit Settled After Ten Years A suit in which Mme Tallinn Nor sought damages from the Southern Railivny Company cause of Injuries sustained when her private car was in a collision in Geor gia in 1902 was last week in the New supreme a sum be in the vicinity Nor set forth that her total loss be cause the accidentwas in cluding payments for medical serv ices and loss resulting through con certs she fras forced to a THAT the character which Is road into different kdys lii music ia to n considerable ex tent a mutter of tempera is thedecision reached by Cuthhert in tho Monthly Musical in view the that enharmonic for In do not niter whereas tho designations of the same key represent entiiely different character to average composers It ia readily that certain keys do have certain individual character and that a composition which well In one key may produce n very poor effect in fact of common The key of G flat is cited UK al most uniquefor strangely rich yet pure and D flat us being always richer than Yet G flat aiid D flat are on keyed instruments pre cisely the same as F sharp and C to which tho fanciful writer would assign totally different color Lena comments on the dif ference between Beethovens Ad elaide in B flat and in transposed it is for If the Cho pin Berceuse In D flat played iu the pestle sonority be comes crude and almost com In the same the Funeral March of Beethovens Opus written originally in A flat min loses much of Us dolefulness when as it sometimes iuto A While a particular key may excel in creating a particular the Musical Records correspondent is an entirely different thing from saying as the fanciful writers say that the particular hey is limit ed to Its offu particular The fact is thatanyattempt to fix absolutely the character of individ ual keys must break down from act ual practice aad This1 is easily I have before me a treatise by a German in which the keys are set out in table form their several characteris tics Tho key of C major Is de scribed as imve Jts charade is innocence amj tUte artlessnous o may not thata French theorist who also tab teU8 u that is franl or But le us stan4 by thV hU view of C major i The Pastora Happy and Galatea closciIptU the nut the terrffi riattsCduo Olfoitusf Israel 1 Ahd live Worth is In keeping with th in th Surprise and Th Heavens Telling in the On assuredly are Then there is tho Idea o A represent the cheerful feminine characte gentleness and while th Frenchman says it is nalv Here the German i the further for while song of sadness and pathetic utterance are in A there ar few compositions in that Key illus traliftg the feminine chai F according to th German represents pleasur and in partial refutation o which contention We Cry t from Mendelssohns is D minor is character ized as partaking of the melanchoJ character spleen and the But thea most minor key can be made to sound melancholy and experts will not forget that D minor has also been used for th weird and as Weber the and in th Overture to The Flying B flat major is described as pressing tranquil peac and the longing for f better which Haude clearly made a mistake With the kej of Lovers and Mozar SOME SPLENDID SELECTIONS FROM THE NEW LIST 10INCH DOUBLESIDED RECORDS f The Million Dollar Ball from Hanky Billy Murray Walter Van Bruni Ocean Steamship Ticket Agency Representing Hailway Royal Hall Cnniidlan Rjvllway Royal Mall Line Royal Whifp Quebec Vork Mcvv nnc Cnnailiau DonrtltlsoM lo and from Red American rvoneh JluMlniri Holland Anjcrican 5jantlnavian American Ana all nthor transAtlantic Hoduccil rail tares In connec tion as to arrival and clcparlnrey of boats of tho lines cheerfully Call or Ticket Lethbrldga MAYING OP ALL Western Transfer Freight Sheila Rciu Van Eps Irishand Scotch Melodies Diamond Rag A Most Attractive Medley of Scotch Price Songs of Scotland Mixed Chorus TWO NOTABLE RED Price Know of Two Bright Bedouin Love Use only genuine His Voice Needles with Victor When thinking of Christmas Gifls remember the Victrola and the famous Hi Masters Voice trade Free demonstrations nt any ol His Mailers Voice dealers Ask for a Free copy ol our 300 page Musical listing over 5000 BERLINER GRAM0PHONE MONTREAL John McGprmaclc Clarence Whitehill We carry the only full and complete stock ofVictrolas and Victors in the together with 3000 records Visit our Victor Parlors today Dominion Block Lethbrldge All Features LAST TIME MONDAY WEDNESDAY NEXT 1 Put Championship Baseball In RED SOX 1912 pictures show all tho exciting Mays of tlju great ser I and are guaranteed by Aug THE BRITISH chairman of the 1 IN TWO Baseball with drinking aong in Don G minor IB Tor uneasiness the anguish of spit ful gnashing of a word it is did Mendelssohn adopt this dlsparing key for the playful Scherzo of the Midsummer Nights Dream Per haps becaiise Mozart had made a mistake with his Symphony in G Beethoven never for a moment lies itated to acknowledge that in set ting words to music he had taken the most care to choose appropriate keys for situations to be In his argument with according to Schlndlor he seemed to consider the character of a fixed and quite independ ent of any Variation of lie make your harlequin dance in D flat should havo put him into You consider It quite the same whether song should stand in F E minor or G minor while to me that is as absurd as to say that two ami two make I make Piz is disclosing his wick ed designs on in even in G sharp ma and there ifi a physical groirad for so doing iu his personal charac which unfolds itself in his cio n versa tic n with for which tho keys I have selected give me the most appropriate t Next Weekat Starland Several very fine attractions are booked for showing at Starland next each separate programme will contains real The lead iug presentations for and Tuesday will be aa extraordinary film dealing with Englands preparations and showing the recerit Bri tish Ariny Coming at a time when the whole of the Euro pean Powers are anxiously awaiting the ultimate outcome of the war in the tills subject dealing with the nations will be a most timely On Wednesday and Thursday the official motion pictures t of the WorldsChampionship Str ies will be These pictures arc the only official of championship and show all tho exciting plays of the Pathe Freres secured the thiaive rivilego of taking and they are guaranteed by August Herr chairman of the National LJaseball They will pos lively be shown at Starland on the dates specified The usual prices of admission will B The Red Rose That much lalked of musical com The comes here shortly and will be presented at the Theatre on 10 under the personal direction of John tbe noted producer of The Silver md many other of tho biggest musij cnl The book and lyrics of The Rsd Rose were written by iarry and Robert with music by Robert Hoed The I production has been by the cclobratr stage dij rector of the Now York The organization numbers over 05 j people aiul is headed by the clever Zoo who is sesn to exceli ent advantage In the role of ehcTiis of hnndeoraely gowned and stunning young women liaa been so ected by Promin ent in the cast is Walter ast hero Madnme Closing of Majestic Iu this column u week hence I hall deal with the repcrlcd closing f the Majestic Theatre of which of is shrill have something to say us to ho management of tho theaire as a esult of my experience ho re during he past Mo Secular Music Allowed at Catholic Weddings A rule that is construed as pro ilbiting tho use of tho and Jeiidelsschu wedding1 marches in redding oeremouies performed la be Roman church the focese of which Minneapolis IB a is in orders issued o all priests by ArchMsbop John Such vocal selections Promiflo Me specifically uifl hey will IK replaced by ho fiiirrnd cliants proscribed the of the Neither Icrklnl couple nor tho irpjiniiu bo free choice for pro cPKsionul or Secular MAJESTIC THEATRETONIGHT StuartWhytes Old Country Pierrots The Versatile IN AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME Endorsed by all who have seen them as the btst combination of Musical Talent ever seen In Lethbrldge Popular Priest PRICES 50c and SATtJEDAY MATINEE Childrens lOc Adults Seats on Sale at Kenny A Alllno Drug i Book Store The Morris Theatre TONIGHT Miss Verfla Felton and The Allen Players present Whose Baby Are You Thf Comedy of the Seaion A RARE HUNGARIAN STRlNQ Music from the Gods PRICES Theatre Box Office Open 10 CURTAIN SHAUPi MAJESTIC THEATRE 16th JOHN FISHER PRESENTS The Greatest Musical Comedy Success Since His Florodora ose Boole and Lyrics by Harry and Robert Smith Music by Bobcrt Hcod Staged by Burnside Dances arranged by Jack Mason WITH ZOE BARNETT A REAL ALLSTAR CAST Including the Original Kuglteh Pony Ballet and the most Xntox Urauliful Chorus of Demure and Delightful sing1 Ing and dancing girls ever seen imtfer one DIRECT FROM THE GLOBE NEW YORK CITY Special The Students Glide PRICES 75crand Scats on Sale at Kenny Drug and Book Store music In forliiddcn at fivncrah tmder nuspices of the Nursing Mission Concert Miss Eva tho great Austral ian contralto who sings at the Ma jestic Theatre on under tho auspices of tho Nursing has prepared a charming dominant features of Mies Mylotts voice arc sym pathy and Her tones the lower rJgistor have the richness of with the same jpower and It In this with certainty of pitch and Intona that MB placed tier in the front rank of our concert and kept her in constant demand by the groat oratorio and chonil societies of Knelnnd and he United 55 hit Th quality of her iiohU voice Ksw at Its boM rarrios to llic of HIP ltrest churches and This is dim much to her faultless which the conservative critics have to be the finest of any singer now before the musical and which Miss Mylott perfected under that mistress of the Mad ame Salesman Wanted TO HANDLE HIGH CLASS LUBRICATING OILS AND Well Advertised Liberal Commissions Oil Works Limited Manitoba ;