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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 4,'". PAGE FOUR. LETHBRI6QE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER )7, 1908. 11 ��i QUML^ITY SUCCESSORS XO NELSON Sl FRASER Hams and Bacon We handle nothing but the best and that is Swift's Premium. Our Boiled Ham we get direct from Toronto twice a week. A Ham Slicer has been added to our list of new fixtures, which will enable us to turn our boiled ham out to better satisfaction. Butter We receive our Butter fresh every weekfront the Government Creamery. Why do so many people buy it ? Because they can always depend on it being fresh. Tartan Canned Goods Are the best that can be bought in the East. Having contracted for a large supply we can give you better prices than others can give you on lower grades. Are now located in their new and most up-to-date store in the STAFFORD BLOCK, opposite the Dallas Hotel, with the largest and most complete stock of Fancy Groceries, Crockery and Chinaware in Southern Alberta. We wish to thank our many customers for their liberal patronage during our stay in our temporary quarters THE ONLY UNION STORE IN THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Teas and Coffees We have Kolona, Tetley's and Blue Ribbon also our famous Decijula Tea at 6oc per lb. We have all others excelled in the coffee line. We handle Chase & Sanbornes, Gold Standard, Brown Bert ies and Empress. Hartley Jams and Marmalade Are the finest goods on the market. We have strawberry, raspberry and black currant jam, jelly and orange marmalade in 1 lb. stone jars. Once tried, always used. AN INTERESTING AND EXTRAORDINARY EVENT EARL GRAY MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC TROPHY COMPETITION l.'I'Ui' lliinl iiiiiiuiit ciiinp till'!i for till' Tiojiliics offered by Hi? Kx- ("lletiey. tlu> GoVlMIIUI' Gellei-i). u;ll take iH.'Oe at Hus Majesty'^ Tli 'tr.-. Mmitreal, (luriiiR tlu' wt-ck ooiiinieiic-iup April lOth, 190!). 'J. Tile cniiiiietitidii is open to all >r of entries exci'eds the number which can be cuuveniently aoconnnodaled during tlie week of tlie (nm])etiii4.pn. :!. All entries must be tiled with tile Honorary Si-crelary on or ln-fore April 1st, but it is especially desired (I) t))at all companies intendinR to coMipeto should notify the Honorary .Secret:iry at the earliest possible moment, and (2) that no entry should be made until the coini)any is riM-Konably certain of being able t/O com-Ijete. Serious embarrassment here-tofure has been caused by companies dropi)inf; out at the last moment. �1. lOach company nnist state for whicli tropliy it desires to compete, and comi>ly with the rule^s upp'licablo thereto, a. Miss Margaret Anglin, tin; well known Canadian adri^ss, has generously offered a bracelet to ibi^ lady whii, in the opinion of the Judfe, is the best actress taking part in the comjiei ition. (i. The lengtli of th(> entertainment shall not be less than one hour and not mori,' than une hour and a half, including all intervals for changes of scenery, encores, etc., etc. 7. The character of the entertainment (inuiiieal or theatrical) whall be subject to the approval of the Ivx-ecutivi' Connnittee. 8. The niaxiumm number of ler-former.s in each musical or dramatic comjiuny shall he linnti'd to 100. fn the case of a dramatic producticju, tile miiiimuiii number ci[ speuking parts will be 0. t�. Rach company entering tlie dra-malie comiietilion shall comply with ihe iolowing conditions:- No jji'rsoii who hiis within tin- past live years lived by thr> profession of the drama i.s eligible, ft is not intended 111 excludi' Jilayers, who, whili' the ilraiiia is not their main calling, have accepted nominiil pay from amateur dramatic a.ssocialions. The stage manager only may be a professional. 10. Kach comj)any entering the musical competition shall comply ivilli tile following condition.?:- Companies of from 25 to 50 mem-liers inclusive, may include 4 profes-siunal singers or 8 profes-sional instrumentalists, or both in the same preportion, and companies of from C!) to 100 members, 10 jier ce'nl. pro-{ fessional singers or 20 per cent, pro-fe.ssional instrumentalist.-j, or both in the sajn proportion, provided the.9e professionals are bona lide members of the organization entered for the competition and are not paid for their iiervices in the competition per-furniances or the rehearsuls therefor. Companies under 25 must not have any profes.sionals. (a) Any person who ha.s within the last five years lived by the profession of music or been paid for services as soloists at concert-s is to be ohussed a.s a professional. (b) Musicians who, while music is nut their main calling, have accept-cCi nominal pay from church choirs or amateur musical organizations may be classed us amateurs. Orcliestras, bands and choirs which, as such, have been paid at any time for j)erforinances, either private or luiblic, shall be excluded. Conductors, so long as they are the regubir conductors of the organization entered may be either pr.ofea- The Herald Job Department Makes a Specialty of Commerciol Printing Letterheads Bill Heads Statennents Envelopes Business Cards Receipt Forms &c &c &c. TELEPHONE 106 .sional or amateur, and be paid for their services. Choirs or opera eomjjanies may have either profes.sional or amateur oTchestra-s ns accompasiimenl, but if the former, the orchestral work shall not count except ifor general effect. The Choral or Instrumental pro-g^ramme (subject to rule 7) sliall be left to the choice of the competing organizations, but it is suggested that choirs should choose some choral work or part of one. The Executive Committee will, however, select one short piece of music for choirs (for male, female or mixed bodies), and another for instrumental organizations (string or brass), which shall be included in the programme. The selection will be made in ample time for the necessary rehearsals. This clause does not apply to opera coinpixnies. 11. The following are the princiii-l iVialitios by which th.� Dramatie Competition will be judged:- 1. Excellence of the company ii; acting together as a unit. 2. Grace or ea.se of carriage an.l manner. 3. Diction. �1. The i)romptne.ss of entrav.ci-� exits and the picking up of cue>, 5. DresB, 6. Make-up. 12. The following will be the sy.s-t*-))) of marking in the musical competition :- ORCHESTRAL Intonation, quality ...... Technical proficiency..... .Attack, precision, accuracy l';xi)re�sion, .shading ...... IJalance of Instruments ... Interpretation, rending ... Bowing and phrasing..... General effect............... 10 CHORAL Intonation, quality ...... iMiuncintion............ .\ttaek, precision, accuracy Kxjiression, shading...... lialance of voices........ Interpretation, reading ... Technical proficiency..... General effect ............ 13. Each entry must he accompanied with till? following information: - (a) Title to production, (.b) .Auiiior or conip