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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta HRRAT.n day. 25. II 3atre, Sunday Night TOMORROW A T P.M. SHARP. DOORS OPEN AT 8 O'CLOCK GRAND SACRED CONCERT By the International Grand Opera Singers COLLECTION WILL BE TAKEN AT THE DOOR Music (Conducted by FIDELIO.) oubt, of the terrific noise being I Haven by uskint at the back of the stage by tin- sounded w is af a complete loss to un- liglniully contrasted. Following tin1 uu doubt, of the Ufa fie wind. was visibly distress- but nevertheless pcrtornu'd ad- jniiiably. Herr Lmlwig Schwab made 'a most excellent accompanist, being at all times sympathetic and artistic1. Taber Choral Society if? how "Thanks be t the rain maeliln 'dousing the slnsers with real wiite the old theatre when the uulver stty town's choral organization trie the picturesque experiment half a don en years ago. Half a century before1 that, at u per forma of Haydn's 'Creation' in the National Theatre at Cincinnati the coi public. Throe instances of wretched j devotional utterance given vhf serene'y-; support have come under ray notice, j Andante Jtelfgioso, which stood having the movement descriptive shuos played in sem! darkness and bmitted (Seizing melody ol haunting snggestiv ation of t.he Taber Choral Si Kanley A. Bllgli, the _...... nit yomiK musician of high attainments, (suddenly turning on the gaslights at called on me yesterday ami Informed the climax of the proclamation "Let there be Light." The nervous ama- teur gasman, who Knew the music, turned the crank the wrong way and Mr. Bligb informed me ...........o in Janiiarv. Hlio-n informed me to the public by the Majestic The-j caught anil hi'I.I the aUcl.l-imi of ,'iiw he ,lml come Taber B.jth d atre management at the present time Hw audience, wl.ile the succeedins party of tiventy'to'beur nre (iisrdnctiy wortii liberal patronage, j Uach for violiu alone 'evening. and unless the people of this city j gave Kubel.ik an npp.ortiiiiitr of ex- Kibelikas Large German Orchestras There are four German cities that hibiting his technical skill. The liach number is interesting only as a violin slmly, yet the audience manifesto! ihave orchestras of more than 100 the greatest enthusiasm ai close members. The largest in the country oi its ilazzlinsr execution hy Kubclik. jia the Kapsllo of the Berlin Royal I Again in the Inlrouuc- Opera composed of 142 men. This" is a rec'ent issue of tte Bos t-t Hondo I'apn.cioso the emi- H.ohard as Felix Anlertam lle OI1 the tated a sensation very different from that which it had boon calculated would follow the hurst ing in of C major. he more interest in good, whole- some attractions and fiipt-class musi- cal entertainmen-is, then the sooner realize tho necessity of doing so the better. It lias been suggested to ma by many who profess to know j that are nt present face to face with hard times, but I .am not nt all inclined to bold that view. I am sat- isflod that we in Letbbfidge require to be educated to the habit of patron-! enunciation and interpretative skill.: uea mm good and theatrical c6m- entered into the spirit Oi the atands Tlie Court Opera iand America, ponies. The attendance at -the. In- French _ composer's music with great spirit, and un Ihc conclusion of tlic Opera in Ertfllish Charles Henry the music critic of the New Vork Americai >penB his season with a cannonade or tile cause of opera in English 'How -many wives hi When 1 was at the head Industrial exposition we held TeuuesBee a few years ago I got i, tired of it that whenever n woiua many wlvei have you asked J would ajiawer 'Five, but if you' jay the word I'll make it six." "Volt should have seen them rin But one day a good looking one cam along who didn't run. Instead sh out her hand, shook iniu and said: "You're on. Bill, I'll vigorously cliampioneti ternational Opera Singers' concert was as 3lim as the eye of a ncnt prtist distinguished himself hy successor, conducts in the beauty oi his expression', incisive'11 ser'es ten pairs of symphony i concerts every season. to It isize stands the Dresden Court Opeu. orchestra with 12S. members; the -Munich Court Opera's corps of fp- strumentalists ranks thf'rd with .112, matter, giving the latest news of the movement and telling of his experien- ces with regard to it, both in Europe into Leipsic Oewandhaus orches- i fourth with 105, according to data _.. .H.CU.C, number the -audience, hurst- forth mio1., and thews who did not attend missed thundtrous applause. In his conclud- 'J one of the finest musicnl treats it baa j ing group of "'rithrfHers ICubelik -i-r-un n SmuuT ray to ilst.en Critical admiration. ''Thcijiuslk. its de.icious Italian atmosphere, was i in point of dimensions -there is B played beautifully, and what a magni- jnotnbto gap, for the opera house or nccnt contrast the artist secured by his ilelicaie and .suggestive playing the development musical life Of Lethbridse. If, az hap .been suggested, hard times v tc blame for the condition of affairs, must await the outcome and hope JOT a new order of things. secured by jehcs-fra in Prankfort-on-Main has only [Daily Express and the Daih SS. and that under muni- not only printed but ilr.. .Melizer believes that the sub- ject Is soon to be'tallied of more than ever, and that those who have hoped that it would cease to be disucssed, like a trivial fad, will be disappointed. London chiefly- shows interest. JMr. Meluer was interviewed on the sub- ject four times by English news- morning and evening edi- tions of the London Standard, the Mall. In Breslau. -Meantjjite, every" jiossihle encour- j ('nn nl which was a' niotlfl for _ of picture, the famous i'oni''ol auraliers SI. Uie j -Munich's Tonkunstler Or itmi Hanover follow in ord all his views. Support to the cause, both hi speech and writing, was lent hy per- son-ages no less high than George B.semom be given -the local violin The rinsing Pnganini i I-e lp theatre management in the produc- j "Palpiti" only served to pm-jehestra' wlliril tion of all ihat is good and worthy phasixe more stroiiirly the of atteution. I would like i mm lit foe nf It fiuilrely sn y iosse encour- a niotf or a he given -the local violin students. The rinsing PnRanini ihRfoi'e ihp Hhilhannonio Or- gRernnrtl Shaw, Alary' narden, .Bmma 3 of atteution. I would like the Cit.v Council to Institute mi annual .Musi cal Festival beginning next year at th-e time of the Dry Fanning Con- gress io be held in this city. This would be a great thing musically for the city and would prove of inestim- able benefit. _iejin claiming first rank. The other or- ln [chesiras taper down from ibis figure. liiaJities of Kubelik as one of few really great violin masters wurld As a roiLSins encore to "wliich tins number Kulmhk gave Uu- hr-jgave Josef Stransky to the Xew York witching "Carnival russe" Philharmonic, has a membership Of iand here the audience were .simply Kathur than take unto itself a jchestra, whirh with i-is 70 musicians jKames and Emilio de Gogorza. Miss that numerical s-trcngth iGard-an and Mme. Eaines, in fact, cou- iboi'dinare to eflicieuey Ispiued to become members of the ad "I tell you 1 in a hurry.' Sacred Concert Tomorrow Night by International Opera Singers The International Operatic com vho gave such a splendid concert, ai he Majestic theati-j on last Tuesday venine will appear then: tomorrow which time they will give a icred concert composed entirely of tiered sungs. 'I'lic company lias been secured by Manager Harry Turner at a large expense and it, is expected that the house will be crowded to its full capacity. A silver offering will taken at the door to defray the iwccssary ex- penses incurred. The company is one of the very best. u the road and f hey have received Battering press notices wherever tliey lave appeared. The conceit, will start promptly at S.-15 o'clock so that, the church people; )f the city will have, an opportunity to bo present. The doors will be op- ened at 8 o'clock sharp. Allan Players at the Majestic Monday MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Phone TO-NIGHT Return Engagomoiil; of tlie Best Wm. West's Big Minstrels Tlic finest Minstrel, organization 1-liat ever presented in Leth bridge A New Programme Chief Eagle Horse, the wonderful Indian vo- calist, in two Grand Opera, selections, also tableau presentations, novel and unique. 25 Musicians, Singers, Comediennes-25 (fie Matinee, 25c and Night Scats, Too, 50c. Gallery, 25e. J f you have never seen West's Minstrels, don't miss it this time. If .you have seen them you will be glad to go again. Many managers of small, third-rale S Maiestic Thentre tlic iH'oIJle of- the CanadiaiiNoulluvcst J V M. VI. f rinmnrid a nl-n-a nr _ visoi-y commititee of the Society of Promotion of Opera in English. amazed hy the pyroiechnical nature conductor for the Interim of of his playing. Kuhelik has u Krt'at. IHt-rnnsky's nbsnnce from Boi-lin -..his fondness for hannonics, (he nature ha.s to let which feiv violin masters p. series of symphony concerts out Kubelik a Letli. bridge Audience V.oach. These were clear cut as I'rvslil Critics have at various times styled and through tone ol I Jan Kuboiik as the wizard of the Sweetni'fs. double Criticising Strauss mured the term ,S quite staccato, pizzicato ami I Siegfried Wasner has come appropriate, as those who heard him I effects Kuhelik excels while his report by lust evening nt the .Majestic Theatre !jng is grateful all times vill testily, 'fhe audience was aniostjoVcr Kubelik in subrlucd demonstrative "anil altogether critical K.ubelik's progrannne was well out intemev.-Hi- stattni; that he had spoken In terms of violent criticism ticeil tone trot suhrlued passages 'erms ot violent criticism m his famous Rnipcr iof "f Strauss. He tenderness In !llw-lares llas heen ou liis playjug being that of nature artist. 'Kabelik always did phenomenal technical ability, violin of caressing tenderness. In Kubclik excelled, llis whole perionu- glit.tering ut nuuii ui uau'.sMm; In............ designed to exploit his unquestioned lflrpeEgi ami" other ornameimil "work tcrma the composer am ability. Since first I heard him Ithnt rnhitimm JMV in ii go, hia development 1ms bren anco Inab that their relations in no way .I .mined. VA'jiyncr says lie has heard but one A Mormon Bachelor A .Mormon bachelor is the anoraolj that is piizzting New York. If a liach elor, why a Mormon? Ho is Mr. Evan Stevens, fifty-six years old, bead of the famous Taber- imclo choir of Sail. Lake dry, which includes IOO boautiful girls and which is singing at the land show in -Mad sou Square Garden.. 'Competition was pretty keen out, nir way I was a young man. pretty girl's choice wasn't limited o the bachelor's as it is lid. "Everybody was eligible, if he was married. I like the society of ladies. But T made up my mind thai I would never marry until meet a loved with demand a, higher standard oi playa than vhc audiences in (ho United States, and il; lias bef.'ii (.lie aini of Mr. P. R, Allen lo raise ihp stand- ard, and at the same time gain a' reputation for himself I hat would i give him tin.- o'" the poople.! As each season come around the Allen T'favers liavi? comit back stronger than ever ami the patrons oi the theatres have "got the habit.' of waiting for them. The play for Monday night will he a [Iramari7fltion of Tolstoi's world famous drama a play TV )i it'll hii.s made tlic. en tin; civilized .sit nji and take-iioticR. During rhrir suiy here thr coinjiany change (lie play every day and ill give popular-priced matinee on Saturday afternoon. of must MISS Kva Mr nj. stra-usa, and itroJtQ, revealed a' Jim; mil have under-taken to crit- Mit i. his eai-lv nf IM till' poimlar "Cnro AIio'Hlnl llip subject of illsKlial: nctcd HiiuTprt'tttUve utterance., and other ho addg that Last night, hrnvcver. one was mag-1 thereby winning the approval n.Jsi, neliBed his atlistic performance, [audience. I had almost foigolteii His entrance number, the magnificent: mention the fact thai, Kuljelik's r Minor Concerto of Vieuitemps ing suffered somewhat in the mailer .with its three movements were intonation last night OR account 1 of> I'rft" is good enough for lie no sympathy witli mod- en) -temiiMieies in opemtic music. lOc 15c BijouTheatre 10c 15c HIGH CLASS PHOTO PLAYS COMEDIES Downfall of t 8on( Dlviiw" w. Littit, DRAMA King, tha Detaetlva. WAR DRAMA Indian Mutllar, A Well "Elijah" Willie ttierc Is a great deal of talk, ami otherwise, about the noed of opera in English, both hero and in Great Britain, and especially of com- plaint against existing organizations for not giving English opera composers a chance, there cornea an announce- ment from the 'Moody-Mannem Opera Company, which has carried opera In English through the provinces sue jcesifully for years, that arrangement! are making for dramatized version Iof Mendlsnohn'a "Elijah." Evldantlly, saya a wrltw In the New York Trl- bum there Is a growing conviction that the Drltloli censorship Is groxving complacent since "Sam- son of DaIHa and 'Salome' have been permitted with more or lour change of title> and pruning. "Klijth" hai been performed with scenery in thin coun- try. Though years have innised since thon, It l> to rocnll a jjnllo lo whole heart and soul and tor whom 1 'would be willing to give up my free- lorn. I've never .met her." John .1. .McClellan presides at the organ in the Monnau choir. lie is lot a bachelor. He was even busier iiisweriug (lucstlon than .Mr. Stev- have been married twenty-nine and 1 have only one ox- plained Mr. McClellan. "Women nl- vays ask me tile same questions, Do you conio from 'Are you a LECTURES Y. M. C. A. Prof. Alexander and Crimin- als, A Collection Tiker. Starland, Sunday 3 quor and Tobacco. 8.30 P. by request, "Love, Conrtlhlp, Murriage and Jealousy." Sllv.r Coll.ctlon. to' Read Char- acter liy Handshake, Walk, Eyea, and Chin. Admlailon !Wc 4 DOr. c.ongiillatlana tlaily from ii a.m. TToMi Atexun- dm Hoom 1. 0 The Next .Week at St'arlund rnakt W. B. Sherman, Mgr. Phone 646 One Week Commencing Nov. 37 The Allen Players Supporting Miss Verna Felton RESUBRECTION" Complete Change Every Night Company_ the- Royal Hungarian String- Quartette the announcement thai they have just roinpieliM! a'rnuigiMm.'nis the leading, film exchange pf America to furnish them for Ibis coming wenlc with nine of (he lircalest Feature pic- cyi-r produced. program will include Her Sacrifice, an interesting ilrama, pro- claimpti by critics wiiercvof shown, to be a marvel of moMon photocra- Corecdy and wcslcrn subjects arc lo be seen in addition to the above feature, all of them being of etiual excellence, original stories, fine acting and nfatehlcss photography combine Co make Starlaml photoplays fhc most popular in the city. The fact that Slarlimd, Ltd., own and control twelve theatres in Canada and the United States alone enables thnrt to offer the best motion pictures in America. A repetition oi yestcr-'s program will' he glwn agtUi to- night. court. S. 5Vllnr and L'evi appeal lo Chief Justice White, A sword measuring over two feet. long was found embedded In a plank of wood taken from a railway station platform at Pifeshlro, Bng. Tho plank had been in use for least fifteen years. Brighton, England Town Council aro anklng for parliamentary powers fo tho adoption of a system ot rallleia! electric traction In Brighton. Thos Mayer were the representatives oi the packers who took the appeal briefs to Washington. The appeal to the supreme court was taken from the decision of Judge Kohlsaat, .who. is- sued and lalcr quashed a writ of hab- eas corpus for the packers ill the United States circuit court. syotom Is an wtth ally designed cars, without PACKIBS APPEAL. TO HIGHER COURT Chicago, Nov. for the nine Chicago packers, indicted nnrter the criminal clause of the .Sherninn unli-lruxl act, left for tic, it is itrlMcted, they will tub-) M O N D A Big production of special .interest HER SACRIFICE A story Just lull of startling and un- usual features T U E S D A Y MONDAY AND TUESDAY ;