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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcdnesil^y, Octoljer 9,1913 I,  The most brilliant musial and theatrical event of the season, in honor of H. R. H. Duke of Connaught's visit. Special Engagement. Sheehan English Opera Companyj with Joseph F. Sheehan, America's foremost tenor and opera star, in two heautiful productions. THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY NIGHT THE CHIMES OF NORMANDT With the following array of American and European stars, comprising the foremost artists ever heard jn English opera. FRANCIS J. BOYLE Eminent Basso and Former Henry W. Savage Star JOSEPH ROVER Baritone, Ro/al Opera, Berlin. Protege of Maurel. JOHN L.DICKINSON English Baritone with Moody-IVIanners Opera Co., ^ ngland. KENNETH DUDLEY Basso, Chicago Grand Opera'Co. inE PRINCIPALS LAWRENCE WALLACE Baritone with Metropolitan EngjUsh Opera Co. WILLIAM YOUNG Tenor International Grand Opera Co. GIBSON |1SS THRESSA CLAREMONT Dramatic Soprano, Opera Comique, Franc* MISS RUTH WEST Noted English Lyric Soprano MISS LOUISE HOERGER Soprano with Metropolitan English Opera C�. MISS MIRTH CARMEN Contralto wl^h International Grand Opara Co. WM. J. JORGENSEN Barltont H. W. Savage Grand Operi^ Co. 60-Picked and Trained Chorus-60 Soeclaa 12 weeks tour of Mrs. EmUy Grey, famous harpist, "Covent Garden" l.on-do^Ensland and Miss Silver Remua Greloliaist Virtuoso Par s Opera Comique and a special Grand Opera Orchestra, under the baton of William Glover, One of England's Foremost Conductors. at Iligin- Sale of Seals open Saturday, October 5tli, botham's Drug Store. PKICES $2^0, $2.00, lpl.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c. NOTE-Mr. Joseph P. Sheehan created the leading roles In "Aladamo Butterfly"; "Parsefal" and was lor nine years star and leijding tenor of the Henry W. Savage Grand Opera. Company, of Now York city. ' I Majestic Theatre-Pollard^s g^^^K. TO-NIGHT"The Mikado'' BY GILBERT AND SULLIVAN COMPLETE MAGNIFICBf^T PRODUCTION FOR EACH MUSICAL COMEDY AND OPERA EVERY SINGER A YOUTHFUL STAR PRICES $1,50, $1.00, 75c, .50c, 25c. FEATURE WEEK m KOMFY AND KOSY TODAY-TOMORROW For Valor THE TREMENDOUS WAR PICTURE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The Startling Sensation The Refugees GORGEOUS - DARING MASTERFUL HE IS LOOKING FOR HIS WIFE MR. LARTER OF PlcrURE BUTTE ANXIOUS ABOUT WIFE AND CHILD Mr. E. J. Latter, oJ Picture Butte is in the citv looking for his yife, .who left home last Ueecn-'hcr and is i supposed to be living in Lethbridgc. i Mr. Larter is a homesteader and was Pollards Win Further Success-"The Toymaker" Well Presented Unfortunately the inclemency of the weather kept down the attendance at the llajestlc Theatre last night, when the PoHnrd Juvenile Opera Co. gave a really creditable performance of that light opera success "The Toymaker,"' ndnpted from "La Poupce." One has no hesitation whatever in saying that the production on this occasion totally eclipsed that of the previous evening, when the juvenilis presented "Serg^. Drue." In "The Toymaker" the company had a much better chance of exploiting its ability, and it was indeed refreshing to note the vivacious manner in which chorus and principals carried out !tho work allotted to Ihom. The music of the piece is infinitely superior to that hashed up in "Sexgt. Bnie." Nellie McNamara, in the role of Father Maxine, revealed an attractive and lovely mezzo-con tralto voice in the various, song numbers and further impressed one with her ability as a clever young artist of much promise. Patsie Hill played the novice very successfully, while Eva 1 Pollard distinguished herself in a clev er presentation of "The Doll," her various movements being deftly executed ban has secured the services of M'rs. Eniiiy Grey, famous hari)iBt from Covent Garden, Lioudon, EIng., and Miss Sibley Remus, violinist virtuoso, Paris Opera Comlfiue, and a special grand opera orchestra, under the hsaton of William Glover, England's famous director. One of the things that lias*proven a reat factor in the success of the Sheehan English opera company is the fact that e'vpry note is sung, and every word that is spoken, is in Kngiish, enabling the audience to understand the plot and story, as well as the beautiful music. As the deninud for seaits has been phonomonal those who have not yot Eeciired same are urged to do so at onco to avoid disappointment.    A Cold MfavA i� Due Soon A temperature of. thirty degrees below zero is pretty cold weather but even colder than that Is promised in this city soon. More than ten times 30 below will bo the temperature in the tank that contains liquid air which Professor Patty will use for experiments on Thursday, November 7th. Liquid air is one of the most paradoxical substances known-a llquiid looking and flowing like wator but absolutely dry, 312 degrees belo5v zero yet pTodupes heat 3500 above zero( and in almost the same space; it boiis on ice; steel melts in it, alcohol soi>.-.' fles in It, tin, iron and rubber nro made brittle, and quick silver is made hard as steel. These, .and many ot lo experiments be performed. Mr. Patty brings spocim^hs of the new mineral radium and apparaitus for demonstrating Its wonder^. - .aeo, it wireless telegraph outiit and will glva a demonstration of these three' subjects. It Is very seldom that an attraction comes here endorsed hui^ sn emphaitically as is this novel and in-Btruotive trio of wonders, * �  Feature Week At Starland Unquestionably, this is feature week at Starland, for an abundance of great attractions are blng shown la every program. For' today amd tomorrow, the groat war sltory, "For Valor,"- a reminiscence of the Boer war. Is shown. This offering literally teems ViVa. wonderful incidents, and exciting climaxes, and may well ba claaied as a real feature. On Friday and Sat'' urday, the much lAjTalded attraction; "The Refugees Casket" will be shown. This is produced In reelc of beautlhil� ly hand-colored films, and constltutefl a most remarkable prodtictlon. I away at U�c Mrs. LaUet disap-j g^gg^sti,.^ of the mechanical fig Ipeared. "o. had been worK^ng m^^^^^^^^^ cfueenio Williams again .leligh^ � ed her admirers, her song hit 'Are ONCE SERVED MOUNTED POLICE ADVENTUROUS ARMY OFFICER IN COURT ON A CHARGE OF FRAUD i ish Columbia points. While at Hroekct he received a letter trom Mrs. I.artcr saying she was.tired oi the homestead and was was appointed supcrin-j going to leave. He got this letter on In 1003 he tcndent of iho civil police in Novtli-ern Nigeria, hut at the end of three days was dismissed for leaving the protectorate without permission. Dec. 2Gth, and left for IHcture Butte the next day. On reaching home ho found that iiis wife inA 'child had gone- lie had been trying sine* to London, Oct. 9.-The advcnturcoua career in tlie Eervice o( the Empire, and Guy Mortimer Fry, a well connected ex-cavalry officcT, was related by IJeleotivo Inspector Ball at the Old Bailoy, wl>en Fry pleaded guilty to obtaining cvcdit without disclosing that ho wa.s an undischarged bankrupt. In ISSO Fry joined the seventh (Princess HoyaVs 0\yn) Dragoon Quaid.s as second lieutenant. From 1892 to ISilO ho held a commission in � the Northwoat Moimted I'oUce ; he then went to South .\irica, where he tpok part in the .lameson raid. He served as lui olUcer during the war in South .\ftica. He gave way to drink and was sub-1 find them and has learned that they scquently arrested at Broadstairs for i were seen in I.ethbridgo within the obtaining money by means o! worth-; last week. He is very anxioui. to less cheques. A lady afterwards pro-j find them, as he bears no ill-Iceling vided him with a large smu at won- and is desirous of having his homo ey and he carried on business in Vic- established .-^gain. toria street' as the international j Mrs. Lart� i^ aged years, a guides asgociation until judged hank-, woman of medium liciglit, o( fair com-' nipt last October. The accused said! plcxion, and ?air hair. The child =" he was educated at Sandhurst with the late Prince Francis o! Teck, who liad alwj^ya believed in hlra and had stuck ]}p liini up to the day ol his death. . WANT BliRKETT MADE SENATOR Ottawa, Oct. 9.-An Influential delegation Srom Otit'awa and district waited upon Premier Borden today, and urged that Mr. Thomas Birkett, ox- M. P. for Ottawa, ibe appointed to the Senate. Mr. Borden promised duo con slderatlon to the claims of the ex-raembDr, but pointed out that tliere are only two Ontario vacanclee at present.  two years !^nd a half old. VANCOUVER HAS � SHOOTING CASE CLEO BOULANGER SHOT LADY . FRIEND WHILE SEATED IN A RESTAURANT QCENE FROM'ML TROVATORE" ahMKhan EiiAlleh Oinera po., Maieatic Theatre,, Oct. 10th and nth. Vancouver, Oct. 8.-Sitting quietly with a lady Sriciid in the Strand, cno of the most prominent cafes liere this afternoon, Cico Roulahgcr drew a revolver, llred three sliots at his companion. Miss Grace Clark/ and then turned the gun on himself. The bullet ciitcrc'd liehind hl.s left car and^ �but slight chance.s are held out for his | recovery. The slinoting occurred soon after three o'clock when the cato was crowded with patrons. According to the puoplu who wcrq sitting near the couple, there was no si{t,n of a (luar-rcl, and as the Khot.s rang quI no notion was taken o' the two. Miss Clarkv was taken to the hospital where she was found t(i Kavci three flesh wounds, one ill tlio arm, another in tlic wrist and 11 lliird in the hroast. The bullets enibeildod thomsulvos in the wall oi the cnfo. GLASGOW CATTLE MAiRKET Glasgow, Oct. 9.-Watson & Bat-chelor, Ltd., report lar�e supplies of Irish cattle offered; best quality Bcavco; top steers, 13to WA; sec-ondary, llVi to IK^. you the little boy?" winning tho favor of the audience. Teddie McNamara was a pronounced success In the character of Hilarius, whose pe!t phrnso "All my \vork!" provoked Intense amusement. Lesllo Donaghey and WUUg Besan made capital foils for one another In the characters of the Baron and Loretiipis. The scenic effects of the play were well carried out and the drosses appropriate. The opera this evening will be Gilbert and Sullivan's su9ceg8,"Tlip Mikaxlo," and if one mistakes not tho company should score Its greatest success of Its en.i?agenient here. The Pollards are well worth hearing. Reasons for Pre-eminence of "Sheehan English Opera Company" Tho Sheehan English Opera Company which comes to the Majestic Theatre for two days, Thursday and Friday,' Oct. 10 and 11 ns the special attraction In honor of H. It. H. the Duke of Counaught'B visit to this city, in "II Trovatore" and- "Tho Chimes of Normandy," has Cjinjed for itself an enviable reputation, built upon the policy of keeping fnll;h with the public and living up to Its promises of presenting opera in Knglish, wiith tho foremost artists, carefully selected chorus and a magnificent | mounted pToductlon. For the season o� 191*-13 all iprev-iouB efforts havo been eclipsed. Tho ! country has been scoured and money has not boon spared In securing the foremoEit operatic stai^, In addition to John F, Sheelian, the greatest of all tenors, tho list includes such artists ns Francis J. Eoylo,' iMlss Alma Stet-zler, both of whom were for years two� of ^lenryi'Savase's leading stars; Jos. Hoyer, oonccded to he one of the best baritones, on the Knglish singing siiago .fohu L, nicktnson, the noted English biu'itonc;.' 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