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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta jMnri1a.v; XoABiubbr II. I'Jll. LETIIBRTnGE nAtT'Y Music and Drama (Conauetid by FIOELIO.) 1AM .till waiting nnxlously for -the ippotnuico or Ihe Uthbrldso Choral Club. Some vruokn ago there was a movement Iregun, I un- Co., lonlnht at the Majestic Theatre, are "Ev'ry HtHe movement has a mmmlng all Its can't or- Stlo, can your' kiln you "Uncle suyg I mustn't, BO I a.lj'B I mllaul I, BO I UoriUml to oj-ganl-ie u choral club. .....rile hlrth of the Items on the iiroKrunimo by assisting capable artlslK, among whom will bo Mm. ;li. T. D'Arc. who, In addition to contributing one or two numbers, will Join '.Mr. JamloBon in a channlni aiiot. Or. Vojt'i Early Choral Dsys In view of Ihe lipiendld rojwrlolre which Is being prepared by the Men dclsBohn Choir this season, In con- nection with Its .cycle of concerts In February, next in Toronto, Buffalo, New York and Uoston, It will Interest Pai j many of our readers to learn aoim; limes ..working In thw mines, so _ times'on a station, at other "times tramping, liming, nlioep-liardlnc, chopping wood or drawing water. For while he a good living pnlnt- Ills luvern linns ,and when the rever broke out he and his chum a cemetery, acting as sextons and un- clodukers, and I Ihe service ov- er tho After' hli return to Melbourne young o Htflevv for u while il9 police reporter -on a dully newspaper, but W. B Sherm.r, Majestic Theatre 646 wua Informed that there was going lo smile she menus for von." "The love ,1 r be to discuss matters "Athletic but ,o far seems lo have tow Dublin "I'm all Tight f c" v'T' It Is lo.-lib sincerely hoped lo play house with ''Off Tor a i' f cllolr Hiat the olub will become a re- "Wo aro. only poor mor seroral ls82 "lily. We ciinncit afford lo lag behlm] and "The seduction It to be thai a lit- Itu time and oiwrsy on Ihe part of nil Milllont" at the M.j..tjc cvc, music loving citlx.eim would well re-1 During the four weeks' engagement soon tired of (he work and returned :o Kngland, working his way borne as third male.' .Uy.mera chance ho came across an advertisement lu the Dally megnipb, In which a man named Charles Harrington asked for a light comedian to act with jilas Helen Bar- ry In "Claucarty." Bellow had Ilo coa.; except the ono belonging to his the Km "'.....fl batons, and replaced them with Oth- 1885, was ono of tlie most active I'oi'c- OB in -ihe southern counties of Ontario, 'Hie Arlon Olec Club, of St. Thomas. TO-NIGHT ONLY--TO-NIGHT Return engagement of the Musical Comedy Kubcfik Loves Domestic Life Bcoauso lio is such IL devoted hus- band arid father: because lie IOVOH tho peaceful lifu of domesticity. Jau Kub- tho, grimiest, of 'living violinlsta, wlio is making a'farewell tonr of the United amJ Canadn seaso win he romaimler of his days. Usually one finds a groat, musician deserting every social and love tie for ic Majestic Theatre bought their tickets hey i H1C1U uiiiii, uy HIS UUlItT, WHO Wi'ri of "f Lord advance sate for the opening even-} ing will undoubtedly be disappointed frlon w'as sudl but Mr. Marr begs to Inform them that i "iake f" a'i lis no matter how tempting the sum mav "'y' "ml flllls" its 1 performances was of a character be he will riot '-allow It-lo interfere j with knepln ho is making a farewell lonr of the his 'ia-les in 1 ethb II has not been forgotten by the nited States and Canada till season, Tno for citizens of the Railroad City to'.this 111 retire m to hi, estate In Bo- CO.'K engagement here will be Thurs- Us from nnia. to live in. Iranqiilllly for lira anj Saturday Novem- llest German, French and Bug- maimler of his days. Iber'nj n'a'udlS 'ish compostions for men's voices, and iber 10, .17 and IS. Schubert Symphony Club Woodstock In "Olancarty." After ho had gathered a litile more experience, Bellew went Duhlinl 'vllere he obtained a part in "Led' in which he made a highly favorable ImproHeion. His next ven- ture, was the part of the Ireavy vil- Han in W. S. Gilbert's "Engaged." Ills work attracted attention, and In -----.----------._. 'SJil A. M. Palmer cabled to him both' its musical and social sides, I fr.nro New York, offering him an en- THE EHCHA.1TJHG MEIQPT WHOSE HAUNTIMC STiAINS HAVE EMtHRALlED THE TOILtt It-l.tba-lbiiltloilgOtWOOIM- FBAZK LTDBEBB PliMom.ntl iucMa. flADATIE 5HERRY 7 OTTO KAUXRBA0M j TA WT. HOfiflHNTA JHE LAUGHING MUSICAL SENSATION OF TWO CONTINENTS CAST 9f MI8ICJU, CEUMITIEJ, I Really Beautiful Beauty Chorui I Great reduction Gallery 50c-Note Plan Seats the organization was one of the ueserting everv social and love tie for I I u was one 01 me most lilu ii-L-- "I that is L The' lhe new Morris' inflnontial and prosresslvo factors i-Minno-h heatre-takes place on November 111. in life nf thn i-nmrrJinilK- in is voiced riiany times a'daj by youiirj and aspiring musicians, as v-'oll an by-those who have touched heights that all artists seek. Kubc'Iik is not one of this sort, and I Herein, as in other respects, he is different from tlie average virtuoso 01 distinguished singer. The Kubellk concert at Lcthbrldge will take place at the aire on Friday, November 24, iind owing to the wide interest being tuic- cn In this great musical event, it, will be the most .brilliant, concert ever ftivon in this city. Frank Huck- who is Tesponsibl-a for the visit of. this artist, says that at all the cities In the West where Kube- Hk is anpoaring, the box office re- ceipts are the ever known. "Madame .Sherry" at the Majestic Included in the musical hits of musica.1 sensatiou, listed for performance hero by the New York Xow Amsterdam Theatre, ...-_-- wi" be rt Syinpliony Club, under the f Maple Leaf Chapter of tlic in the life of the community in which 'it existed. So far as it; known, all the members Bellow ciune to Xew York and called upon Pnliner, receiv- ed him rtKlely, and asked him to pljiy n part in a play which had nUerJy failed In Paris. Bclleu- dedln- nown, a e memers t of the Arion Glee Club aro still living, I and aftcr a viotent tlonocl. .n. ,s to be Tho namea -of wllose fac MIB8 Anna Hoathermgton. a roveated In the photo -ire- in nie piioio are: Messrs W'" C.s.ov, CarrioMASs. sisL In the programme. Grand Concert on November 23 At the grand popular concert, to be in the Majestic Theatre, Vog-t, J. U Kirkland, F. L. llowell, H. S Kirkland. Charles Norsworthy, w! H. JIurch. o. JI. Hepinstall, Goorgo W. H. Parkes and George cane, UI1 Thursday evening, .November Mr.! only' four of the num- Kljynd .lamieson. the well-known bail- i being residents of St. Thomas now tone. Find teacher of singing, will ren- Jas. L. Carrie, W. H. 'icr a varied and attractive song pro-' Charles Norsworthy and C. H. rel witli Palmer left Now York and returned lo Kngland, where he was engaged to play in "Civil War" at the Uaiely, wilh .Mrs. Brown Potter. He returned to America in 1S85, when' he became leading man In Wai- lack's Theatre, New In 1887 vramme. -Jlr. Jamieson's numbers all be of a popular nature, and A-ill include groups of 'English; Irish and Scotch songs.' A special 'feature HupinstaH. One of tba number, .Mr. H. S. Kirkland. who was one of tlr. first piano and organ pupils of I is at present a vell-knov "...1 uv.ULt.ll BIJKUIUI IKillUIej "ft1' ill toullt it of the prpgramme will be Jir. Jamie-1 'eachcr of voice in Philadelphia, a son's singing of "The in lie conductor 'of tire Lancaster, I ntorprctntion of which Jie "luis rivals. Then; will he other attractive MAJESTIC THEATRE B. SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE Three Nighiti Commencing Thursday, November 16 Harry D. Marrs The Majestic Stock Co. Friday and Saturday bills announced later Special .Saturday Matinee Prices 7Sc SOc 3Sc Gallery: 25c cessful choruses in .tire United State Brains Rule The World CHARACTER IS CAPITAL Prof. W. G. Alexander 111 his dellghtfiij of lecturen' on HUMAN NATURE IVIBV NIGHT beginning TUESDAY, NOV. 14, at V.M.C.A. HALL night fret; collection taken. Crying'-ambles H.50 DON'T MISS hearing nmt ponular lecture on LOVE, MABRIAOE AND JEALOUSY Mr. C. M. Honlnstnll, one of tl club's first basses, was at one time TlBlit hand suiiportor of Or. Torrin ton in the clays of tire old .Metropolita choir, and Ihe Philharmonic Societ "Hop" is ono ot {ho mosl prospofo jewelry merchanls In St. Thomas, an it. is probably Ihe lessonsi'i time learned in the ok! Arions, tin he is at present entrusted with th oversight of nil the watches on th Canadian division of the Jlichig Central Railway.' In "Billy" Jlm-ch, the chl'b had- on of the most enthusiastic .amateurs o the country. He is still a power I musical .circles In the Railway Citj his old-lime stunls. in such role as "Dick in SullvuiTs "Pin deserve lo bo recorded in th annals of St. Thomas as amongst- UK. greatest achievements of the kind in Canada. There aro some who saj that but for "Billy's" success in busi ness, the M-atTopolHim Opera, of Vork, irilght, at this day, be annoiiuc ing.Mm as an attraction. Messrs Murch and Carrie are regular patrons of the .Mendelssohn Choir concerts o: Nils period, and are advocates of n re-niiion of Ihe boys of Ihe old Ario'iis for the purpose of an old-lime con cert in St. Thomas before it is too late to carry out such a project. St. Thomas regularly' sends- a icon- sdier.ible contingent to -the concerts of the iMendelssohu Choir, but some. of the old habitues of the concerts of the Arlon Glee Club of more than a quarter of a century ago, aver, wilh Pardonable pride, Hint'even the great [Mendelssohn Choir of Toronto is not giving more really enjoyable concerts than the. performances of tli'a lll-ilc choir of Iwelvo of St. Thomas enthn- siasts. who werfi the In lillgin counly in Ihe early eighties. Kyrl- Bellew, Adventurer and Actor Harold Kyrle Dcllew, Ibe emine? actor, who died the other day at Lake City, of pneumonia, was bm iu Prescot, 28, 18.. the son of the HHV. C. .1. M. Heller was well known as a public reac or ,and was Ihe friend of Dickens an Thackeray. Young Hollow 'spent 111 first years of bis childhood In India where his father was a chaplain a the time of the mutiny. Returning: to Kngland he first be came acquainted with the stage Kcchter. Ihe great German aclor. dailj visited Dnllew's father to take lescoiib In elocution, and KyKc often heard his father drill -the actor In the proper rendition of'Haralet'it soliloquy. n was feebler who" firm taught young Hellew how to fence. When the jrwat. gold rush came. Hellew .followed the motley crowd to the Australian (told fields, and had _ luck, and accumulated unite a Idle fortune, but II. did not last long, and he was compound to make his liv as best lie'could Ills acciipa- loim were of-varied nature; souiu- he went to England once more, and in partnership with .Mrs. Brown Pot- ter, made an extended tour through English-speaking countries. In 1900 he headed an exploring cxiredi- jtion in Northern Queensland, and af- ter his return to the United States, toured tho country at the of bis own company, playing many parts with invariable-success. Among hia best known roles'-'were those in "A j Gentleman of France." "Romeo and Brigadier Gerard in tho play of the same name, and still later in "The when he ap- peared as joint star with -Miss Mar-: garet Illington, Lyceum Thea- j tre. New York, in 1S07. j At the time of bis death he was starring in "The Jlollusk." Kyric was an actor of rare grace ami refinement, and will be missed from thw rAlnericau stage, where he had a greater measure cf success than in his home country. Is Your Name on the Subscription List for KUBELIK UNDER THE LOCAL pIRECflON OF MR. FRANK He drew packed, houses ill: the Grand Opera House, Paris, and later ill; the last spring. Over people at- tended his last 'concert, June 18, -at the Eoyal Alhert Hall, London. On. Oct..-15 lie played to at tho KY. Hippodrome. Oct. over heard him at the Chicago Audi- torium and, thousands .were turn- ed away. A .similar record is his for Aus- tralia, South .Ainericii, and all over'Europe. IUCKINGHAM WHY? Because lie is the great- est violin pluyer "the world has known for many, many years and is tho popular music idol of I he present day. Therefore you should and hear him ut the Majestic Theatre, Fri- day, Ifov. 24. Suhscription list still open at J. Iligiiibotham Co. Ltd. and Mr. J. W. .Jones, 710 6th Avenue .South. KNABE PIANO USED -L Informal Opening of the pis THEATRE NOV. 16th by the famous jhony Club always good, and never better than now, and the Schubert Lady Quartette the peerless vocalists, under the auspices of The Eastern Stars Music for the Musical, Mirth for the Mirthful, and the 'Highest Amusement Tor All M MMHM _ _ _ Thomas Valentine Purcell, Anna Pearl Neatherington, chiming A. E. MORRIS, Manager ;