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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LETnnniDQE PAILT iTIE Friday. October A. 10II. ss Patt We Have Just Received Direct Prom the Manufac- turer a shipment of Assorted Glassware' Which We Intend to Sell Out at Bargain Prices. We Start this Sale Saturday Morning, October 7, with Glass Bowls in cut glass patterns at 50c worth 75c. It will pay you to watch our window it will be changed every second day. Special for The Grocery Dept-Preserving Grabbapples at a case Masie Each Saturday this column will cojiiain a wealth of information on musical and dramatic affairs. In or- der, therefore, that the .musical events of the city be kepi, to the front lhe editor will he glad to receive i items of interest from choirmasters, teachers and others interested in the affairs of the musical world. ROYAL WELSH LADIES' CHOIR The Royal.Welsh Ladies' Choir will present a fine programme Mils evening at the .Majestic. The choir had'unusually clever solo- Squire, soprano a voice of big volume, dramatic qual- ity, and ivld-e range, and handled by a decidedly temperamental owner, sang several times and always with good effect. The singing of the Choir as well as the soloists was one of the rarest treats of the present musical season The statement that this js one of the finest combinations of vocalists that crossed the sea does not sound like exaggeration after hearinj; the concert Monday night.-Vo.ungstown (Ohio) Vindicator. The concert. Justified all the glow- Ing accounts written in the public Piass wherever the Cnoir has made its appearance in this comitrv it is a pleasure to listen to such a body of female voices, where every member it seems, need not feel ashamed to step out of the Choir -md SALT LAKE CITY WELCOMES neloro the audience because they are PRESIDENT TAFT Welsh, and as a nation of singers Salt Lake, Utah. Oct nature has endowed them with an the most enthusiastic ami certainlv one 01 Slakespeaiea most lamousj. The above'is a copv of a fle-ram lajs and is produced under the in- E P Bth Oc? Fervlslon of a Shakespearean stage Mil "tn Oct- !tW" Xordica' willb-3 heard by its. fcieij scras is a marvel jthe people of Southern Alberta at "T! amJ 8Very the 38th October, assist- iai is thrilling and dramatic. .ed by Myron WuIti.eV fbaSso) and Tins production is said. Romayne E. P be well acted and con-actly cos- The pl-in will open'for b b picture programs seen anywhere in Canada. LEONCAVALLO AT VARIETY THEATRE A tbiny notably unique .hi the an- nals of the variety theater.: happened the London Hippodrome recently, :-n the celebrated Italian comooser LARGE NUMBERS AT THE ECUMENJCAUOlfFERENCE Toronto; Oct. .hundred and no decrcsiae in the Increase In mpare. 'should see that their SSIE err land to pale tnto insignificance. h-iiginbotham's, J. G. Robertson's and with Mr. Las-ton. Inherent faculty of musical cjinpra tension and with beautiful and nral (Ohio) Lend- NEW COMIC OPERA Walter Damrosch, conductor of rive New York Symphony orchestra, has written the score of a'complste comic opera "The Dove of the plot on j performance his thrilling -little I Pagliacci.V' His entrance was lhe signal for a tempest of ap- plause, the like of which has-never before been recorded in music-hall an- nals. The pcrionnancc was worthy of the occasion, the composer, in obedi- appointed delegates pre-sent at the Slethodist Ettc- menic bun- the past decad'c, said Rev.'Dr. Marii. of Knoxville, Teinn. "Our Increase i e church soiltth has been nt. The dect