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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 30, TIIK TTE1MLO -J Page soh Book Store for Victrolas and Records Jtft MABK IN THIWORIO 1 VI'. IPOLA IV ?0.00 VKTROU X-i 4 VtCTBOlA' IX MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted, by f-IDEUO) L1 WAS M-Y'-JSRIVliaXJE'to attend the concert gUen the City Band In tile JflnjeStie ihuiitie last luuday The audience was a one and was a 11 one -which is> the -cus at these concert I hit the baud under Afi GJIncs dnectlon la the way cannot be nicd. This proved in Mie rcu- Mug given.the ,l'amiliai' "Poet'and asant oieitme Uu- ttjmpi of very wisely somewhat alow suit the capEvbilitteti 'of the play' Tho "whole show; Irked improvement ensemble ?lng', while. Ihfe 'tone is 'under much ,er control. ..The .brasses do not al the same tendency to overblow while tlie reed 'section is nicely, there being; notewort! aeiit.'in ot niton ind phi ismg ih-e buvb alho art' uniug to develop a better sense of which is adding greatly to Cling is not a showy conductor. i the he relies on1 making _ little iii1--) is possible. There is fiiCKUe.thiug ibuut hit handling ot the "ftuich gueb one 'the. Impression courbe ol nine he will give' i hand oi' high-class cal- j.._re AIv to the hoys is to keep At pi act ice, and always to the will of their conductor, ftriuwe lunds mutt be strengthened as i i e a omi i t ion of al fairs _____ ..j-ppeiis not only at build con- but at othc musical I held 'front iiiiK to in this city. last fcmndfiy, the assist- ing tololet is AIiis Curder, the brii- A Genuine Victor Victrola I .p.. For Every Purse; There is no reason why you should any longer deprive yourself of this wonderful home entertainer, when a GENUINE VICTOR VICTROLA may be bought for as little as and on easy terms of a week if desired. Other styles up to This marvellous musical instrument brings the voices of the world's greatest ,to your own firesid.e jn so natural and lifelike a manner that you actually EEL the presence of the living artist. !T v His Voice dealer in any city or town in will gladly demonstrate the V ictrola tor you. Double-sided records are only 90c for the two selections. Sepd ppstal for free copy ot our 300 page Musical Encyclopaedia, listing over 5000 selections. Use only His Master's Voice" Needles with Victor Records. BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE CO., LMTED, MONTREAL. VICTROLA XIV a We Carry the Only Full and Complete Line of Victrolas and Victors in the City, Together With Records Visit Our Victor Parlors Today Dominion Block Lethforidge ng singei of Schubert Co. e lady was ng Del "Villui lie (iu French, it. a lumber of the iiudiency featiuid giggled as if it was a irmnk- b sbow the; attending. H ia ust ds ,Well to state tiuu unles.s Der- ail! people cuu t.o to :i conctrL wlth- ht making of themselves by JggHng oc chattering while an artist or pUving they should re- ain at home J hib kind oi' tows bad tiaining mid -nuvcr looks al! The pleiswti of many jiooplei hiis beeii murreil only too often b. those iiersona of ill manners. Just a 'word about the support en the band. The collection .plate always at the door, yet scores pco pie pass it every Sunday there is t concert. If yon cannot afford to droj your mite in the to help th bund, it might be a sood idea to.sta, away. New Cardston Theatre Tilt: Bijou Theatre and picture the ti'i.; at Canisfon was opened laat Thursday, with an attendance o[ ab- out people. building 'was er- ected by an energetic townsman Hark Spencer, and has been leased to II. SPrague, who intends to carry on picture show and opera house. The milding is a very commodious one for a'MiaflaBai i writes us that he warms his milk-wagon on coid days with a Perfection Oil Heater. He makes his rounds in comfort. Zero weath- er doesn't bother him. This milkman has adapted this wonderful little heater to his own particular needs. You may not drive a milk-wagon, but there are countless ways in which one of these heaters would be a convenience and comfort to you in your Lasts home. You can adapt it to your own requirements. At Dealers Everywhere. HE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited 'WINNIPEG ST. IOHN MONTREAL TORONTO HALIFAX 13 Southern Albtn-ta, showing tile enter; prise of the citizens. The building is 30x102 feet, ami has a. rise of floor one-half Inch to the foot. The rear of the inside of the building has an exit, with the ivoixls at tile side ot the stage. There are 119 electric lights in the building, giving ample illumination. The bottoms of the pic- tures as shown are five feet from the floor, giving a good view of the pic- ture as shown on the sheet. Presi- dent Thos. Duee, 'when called upon by the architect. Samuel Newton, ex- pressed himself being satis- fied with the arrangements, and Mr. los. Card, seereiary-treaburtT of the Agricultural Society, said it pleased him to see Kited a fine building erect- ed. The citizens of Cardston have every reason to be uroud of the efforts of their energetic townsman, Mr. Mark Spencer, in erecting such an up- o-date building for this town. Great Bookings for Starland Tiie mnnageme-nt Starland ha: 'onipleled arrangements for the ex Hbilion horc of two of the mos.t re mark-able producUons ever attcmptct it the hisiory oi motion pictures, hot! f which are scheduled for appearance n the very near future. The first, a wonderful production fi: aturnl colors of Shakespeare's "Hen y will prove to ho tho most istic presentation ever seen here, is IIlined in three reels of perfect lotion photoplay, and is withcni ouht an attraction of the highest lerii. The second. "The Lion's is WHiticstioriably the most marvellous .wild animal feature ever utteinpicd. This means that heyomi all question it is tho most daring and thrilling Kpectaciilar subject, over iiro- ducod anywhere, at any time, by any maker. Il is a vivid, gripping, all story of the terrors of the Jungle tlmt will live forever in the minds of all who wirings il. Despite tin; fact Mia I both of these attractions will he the most expen- sive molion ptrhirr productions ever shown in Ldthbridgi', h, has been do- eided to ihe price of adiniHsion the same as usual for boih. American Critic's Word is Law, Says Campanari "The mtirs here occupy a. stront; positinn. ;ilhoir word is aaldj Gitiseppo Campanari. ihe Italian bari-l H) a recent interviewer for the I New Vovli Times, "in Italy it is not an. Tin- press may he all unravoi- iihlc. bin ir the public likes an arli.sl. il does nut matter. Here, ir thy press' in unfavorable, in sjiite of the" fat that the public likes thc artist, he i doomed. For eaeh man who goes t the opera reads what bis favorit critic says about the matter in th morn ing, and if the judgment is ur favorable the reader sighs and sayb .LAST TIME TODAY A RECORD BREAKING PRO- GRAM. INCLUDING COMING VERY SOON Two of the greatest productions ever seen anywhere "Henry VIII." A supi-rb ii fd in Tlirue [m liitiul colored snipliy. 01" classic, film- K of glorious otion pholo- The Wild Animal Sensatios "The Lion's Absolutely ilie niosl sill-fjn- Uirailing. and nmr- vftlloiis spciHiicIo dvor soon any- wlinrc In motion pictures. VVn imvo no in Riviiij; "Tlif- Lion's flovonjjc" flirt liig- Kost kind of n ItooPL we hnvo nnvi'i- soeit anything to oqiml il. Watch for dates for both of these great features, and miss them. '1 don't know. This man is right. He knp'ws.' "There are some men, especially, who know how to shoot out thg pois- oned darts, one a just enough to kill the victim slowly. This week.f 'his voice is a little the next! week, 'his voice 'now displays a. trem- the third, 'he forced his tones, and so perfectly true, doubt- loss, and voila, there lies the singer dead." Band's Programme Salutation, "God Save the March, "Jlifle Sousa; se- lection, "Scotch Catlin; Hungarian dances, No. fi and