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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE JUVENILE OPERA CO. Of 'Em, All in Their Teens MONDAY, OCT. 7 we? IE? O 1C1 A UESDAY, OCT. 8 Big'Scenic Operas, Best of the Year WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9 A JlinU MATINEE WEDNESDAY, "THE: TOY MAKER" 7Sc. Bring the "Kiddies. Prices: 75c, 50c, 25c Seats on Sale at Higinbotham's Drug Store h ANNOUNCEMENT OF TWO EXTRAORDINARY FEATURES MAPI LAST TIME TODAY WAR THE SPECTACULAR PRODUCTION WAR A Cyclonic Presentation of War and Heroism, with Scene upon Scene of Overwhelming Sensationalism and Peerless Dram- atic Rendition. _____________ OTHER OEEAT.FEATURES- EVERY SHOW RANIMMJ'II GILBERT THE STARLAND BARITONE COMING ENORMOUS ATTRACTION NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY The Gorgeous Two-Rfiel Revelation OwR n irfrL! zint, leading the chemist to; conclude i that dealers improve the weight o1 that the foreign lii-.d no, tea by placing sand in it and itshous deleterious effect on-.tlle growth of the) that many other food products ovsters: i hardly tlteir consumers 'the report, aIso uncovers the fact' them-.to be. Beautifully Hand Colored Through- out Giving One Long Succession of Gasps of Wonder and Admiration efficient iwre'cfintiiipntnl firtii ay "concentratiid ap- n, flreil'l'l" juice" to u strong KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS members ol: this ordei- are requested to itssemblc at Castle Hall on the evening of Oct. 9th at 5.30 p.m., to take part in the re- ception of II. S. H. the Duke.'of Connaught. 3IA11K B. STEELS, K. ol: R. and Si The most brilliant musical and theatrical event of the season, in honor of H. R. H. Doke of Connaughf s visit. Special Engagement, Sheehan English Opera Company, with Joseph F. Sheehan, America's foremost tenor and opera star, in two beautiful pro- ductions. THURSDAY NIGHT With the following array of American and European stars, comprising the foremost artists ever heard in English opera. LLT1 FRANCIS J. BOYLE Eminent Basso and Former Henry W. Savage Star, JOSEPH ROYER Baritone. Royal Opera. Berlin. Protege of Maurel. JOHN L. DICKINSON Baritone Opera Co. ngl.ind. KENNETH DUDLEY Basso, Chicago Grand Opera Co. WILLIAM Tenor InSionJ, brand Ooera Co. GIBSON KENNELWORJH One of Americ.Vs Lyric Tenors JOSEPH F. SHEEHAN America's Greatest Tenor and Famous Opera Star KISS GLADYS CALDWELL Opera ea.lcd Ih. American Tetraz.in, MISS ALMA STETZLER Fam.u. Henry W SaV.ltJe Opera Co. 'MISS THRESSA ___ Scprjnu, X.O...IM-- MISS RUTH WEST Noted English Lyr.c Soprano MISS LOUiSE HOERGER Soprano with Metropolitan English Opera Co. MISS MIRTH CARMEN Contralto with International Grand Opera Co. WNi. J. JORGENSEN Baritone H. W. Savage Grand Opora Co. and Trained fippeiitl 1- UHioks tour of Mrs. Kniily Orny, fmnous hurpist, Cjirdcn" t.on- don.'Knslaml .ind Miss Sih-oy Hemiis Virtuoso, Paris Opi-n speoial (JnunI Opera Qrchostni, under tho baton of William Clever, One of England's Foremost Conductors. Biilc oi'Scnis opi'ii Sjinn-ilay. Ofidlu-r ;il: Ili.ii'in- liol.liiim's PKH'ES -loscpii I'. Shei'lnni croau-d I lio in ami for niao .years star anil loailiiis. ;vnor-i line licary W. Sav- ;