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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 11 TUT: LKTiiniMnGF, DAILY Friday. Odolicr II, MAJESTIC THEATRE The Musical Event of the Season honor of ii. II. Duke of (.'oiinnnirlu'.s ul Sheeihan English Opera Company Slicolun, America's (iiTalt-sl Triior and Opera Slar TO-NIGHT of Normandy" WitlUilio iiiusi iviiuirk.'ihlt' riisi of Anu'i'i- aiulf Kiiropi'iUi stars t.-vi-r lic-ml in Knu'lisli Opei'ii. gO Trained Cliunis Voices gfj .Special On.'luvsl ra. I'l-ik-es 1.00. Come In, The Contest Will Be Fine Ten Good Prizes And Then Some Nominations Are Coming In Fairly Well, But 1 here Is Room For Many Outside Territory Should Wake Up, As Few 01 The Good Towns Have Placed A Candidate In The Field. SPECIAL TO-DAY The PRODUCT-ION that we positively .guarantee is here AT LAST Refugee's Casket Two reefs ibeauiitJulIy hand colored and teeming v.MUi -seiisiiik) i A GENUINE FEATURE Herald takes all ihi- chances, dales so far mniiinaicd will V j Thi' candidates an- sun- ui tin- lished ihe of next week. So fur THE INCENTIVE of the ammuil votes tin- ones ulm haw entcri-d nif vi-ry j thi'v havf. representative, and no inn1 huiisf, iu be ere.i-t.-d by lint that's not all. Kvemmr etiU'i'-! lie willing Io accept MlKHt should lii-s- j The Herald; mitumo- "Ming and becoming all active contest-' itate jin account of .1 Hull1 itilw bile of any make; or a irip i am is sure oi reward. Tlie Herald pride in no't his hei mum- around the world, all expenses j "as promised io pay commission to j published. How wouhl your n ie.mLs paid; or cash. aciive workers du noi winjkiimv vim were a compcUtoi ii .youi- SSuo Ueelus player it'unu Kailicr a de-Jimim: did not appear the pa PIT V J-Hiii upright piano. in the conu-si line-but then j l.tmk over the IUt of prixcs below, order I'M -inv believes in a pick nut the one you like most and j714 {new oritv tu a while. UL-IH! in your nomination. rest is '.ir s-iin 'lllis has bn-n asked j easy. i ihc contest starts. U starts The snmai coiitcst ollice is in the. v llou parUrsutu- or v. t.ailinilalc just as smin as h, Acadia hlock, over the Hed Cross1 v room suius to bejmrchased v; gpts u book and 60ls busv fm. .store, i'hone i imm advertiser, or cash. n0luilialiuils ;in j Duiside distric; candidates or ones' ami wonh kt-i'pin" everlastingly wishing inioriiiuiiun shonid ailitrcss or records, or ?HM> ;U h spHls success, hlicir letteis Io k'uinrsi MitiuifrtT, .Very likely the names t.t the eamli-1 post odice Imx 1155, Alta. THE SECOND PRIZE HARVEST HOME SERVICES eunono tin mt.r-'h iiisefher a t.ood time wa f Methodist i church of tliisYtuwn was very prettily. HALF A MILLION decors-tied on Sunday last, ill eoimecuoii j IN GO1 D PRODUCED thu Han-eat ThaiiUugivlag s-av-j vices. Special (sermons were preach-- Toronto, ed by the minister. Rev. Solomon Hanu shipments the month or September and anproiiri-Jtetmusic rendered are exuecied to aggregate by Udi1 said .1- I..- Enslelmn. uhainiiiui ol On i Monday a social evuitlni-. tvas j-Temiskaniltti; ami Northeru (Inn bftins indulgeil Knilwuy C'oninsissioii yesterday. cash, Ten per cuunnisriiou io candidates, who do net win a The above M ill be awardeti io She uin the highest vote, the leader haviity choice oi' jjrlx.e op- v lions, the one standing FCC- otid. havinj: choice of she nine remaining prizes. by the uliivfj- piano, and on, uu- ill all Uie prizes are taken up. IYn prices of a value of almost will hu disiribuied on Decem-j her just nine from loday. They Urn free in die that all thev will cost the winners is energy. Nothing Sets Off A Well creasftd Pa r of Pants or n Nice Suit Like a Neat Pair of Shoes salesman. Bee how lie pays attention to the lit and siyle of his shoes. UK KNOWS- Hy your outward ap- peanmcf! men judge they know you bet Shoes help. Come in nnd inspect our new stock of the latest in footwear. See these prices: WE ALWAYS HAVE UP-TO-DATE SPECIALS FOR. SATURDAY BARGAINS 1LTROVATORE' In any library- yon can learn ori should drink cocoa- Ask the librarian to show jMiu the au- thoritative books on dietetics. Turn to the 'chapter on beverages. You will learn that or the three most extensively consumed table beverages tea, coffee and cocoa cocoa is distinctly beneficial, whereas tea and coffee are frequently injurious. Of course there arc folks of rugged constitutions drink tea and coffee and apparently feel no ill effects. But there are many more not so rugged. Good cocoa offers them a wholesome, nourishing food in liquid form. In Lowney's tKey get cocoa at its very best. Handlers of cocoa beans will tell you that we buy the most costly cocoa beans that the tropic? afford. These, beans are made into delicious cocoa at our neat-as-a-pin factory at Montreal. Sold by grocers, In tins 10c to 50c sizes. The Bent Way to Make Cocoa Mix two even ub'cspoonfuls of COCOA wiih two of Add '5 tablrspoonful of Mix with (wo cupk of hotline w-itrr. Stir to smooth SoJi1 5 minutes. Add two cups of scalded (not boiled) milk, and beat with an r eg. beater vimil fr-nihy. x The Walter M. Lowney Co. of Canada. I.trl., Monlrcal Sheehan Opera Co., Sing Verdj Mas- terpiece Before Brilliant Audience (Hy Hdeliol rVrlutp.s the niosi uritliaiu audience which hay ever turned out to grace! n musical function in this city was i that which greeted the Sheehan Ojiera cojnpauy on appearance! ut ihe .Majestic Theatre last evening' in a performance of inn nutsier Ver-; rii's "II Trovatoro." It was an even-; ing: Ions to be reuieinbered it! revealed Leihbridffr- in a very favor-; able light miisit-Hlly. The opera "il Trovatorij" v.-as. U tmty he tirsr produced in on -Ian. 3Si'3. In 1S57 ii liroughi. out in I'ari? as "Le Trouvere." and in i.on-: don in isrn; in Knfillsh as "The Gyn-l BV'S II produced in Home in the smite year with the same composers. but unlike! ihe latter ii was greeled at twice un welcome, and ii lias held the -stage ever since: as one of; the most popular operas in the mod-1 ern repertory. The story of the op-! era already well known to music lov-i ers, need not be repeated here. The imific in Verdi's vein and ii is1 (juesiioMablr if lie ever any oth- er opt-ra nhi'jti apjiroaches ihe pre.s-. cut one from the standpoint 01" inelo-: dir ht-aiity and char in. "J'he last act is the crown of the work and may' sfutTVKfi'iiHy challenge comparison, for lii-auty. variety :ir.d ef-, fee? with any uiher operit in the ly Jtaiian ychool. j The Performance j As a mnrk of courtosy on accoirnt! of the of Their lloyal High-: nesses in the f-ity the orchestra ed Savy the while the auilience s'ooii. the curtain rose and ihe performance he- Mr. Shceriiiii has vMiLTi-eded in wa- ihering aiomul hint a efTccrive (rliorus work was one of the te.itures of The Ir is .irenerally conceded tliat ihe f-arlie.r ;tcis of "11 Troiiitore" are in Ihe .iv-': lisieiier sontewhiil tiresome.. The development of the plot not On ;he comrary. the lib ivilisf has it ne.'fectly connect- ed story which tin- old master Venii how in invest with mn-sic of iiKloittc significance and charm.; Air. on ibis occasion hi thej rhasucu-r of Manrico was mifornm-' ately liandicapped by a severe cold in spite of he. han.i-', led his voict! skilfully with ap-' uarem enso. lie is same- artist ;is of yoiv, his ituet in ihe last ao.l, t'ov iviili At-xnctMia, be-! ing with artistic and beautifully tluivij ictio coloring. Mij-sj (.Hadys Caldwell in the role of Leon- ora was heard to admirable advan- tage. Particularly :hi the tower scene this iirtisi revealed ,iier aiiility in im- mistalialile tabhioii by virtue of a magnificent- soprano voice exaiswUe texture, nombly hi tlie upper voice.. Hiss vocalism is appealing and moreover very convinc- ing. Her solo in the first act was conspicuous for -some clever bravura execution while in the last, the florid iiriti leading to the impressive miser- ere scene was well sung-. .Miss won a veritable triumph in rhe miserere scene which tlie audience warmly recognised, Al iss Alma Sietz- ler. a young; artist 'with u glorious mexxo-soprano voice of extensive com- pass and transparent, tone color, sprails; him instant favor in an celient study of the pan of the gypsy "Axucena." -Mise Stetxler was well suited Io the part and with a little more tenipermeiual touch should win 'con.spieuoiis Kaccess. T-'rancis .1. Boyle took tlie part of Ferrando and rlosed familiari'y with a role ivhic-li calls fcr close study. Boyle's voice is a mas nine-en t baritone well culti- vated and of wide compass. l-Iis sinti- of the favorire "Tempest of the Heart" appeared to me, however, io soniewi.v stew in the matter tempo. it was effectively rendered. Joseph Mover, a basso with a fine sonorous voice nf nobility, acted and sane with dignity as the Count. Tlie remaining part? were acceptably In this country it. is almost. To Europe WITH SAFETY. SPEED SPLENDOR VIA (Less than four days at Sea) OR One Cabin Ships 'Second Cabin t LAKE MANITOBA OR LAKE CHAMPLA1N Greatest Comfort at Least Expense RESERVE BERTH NOW For Christmas Ships Early Applicants get Greater Choici Hales, Dem Ms, f.ilerJinire from any Railway Agent or Write J. S, Agent 210 Winnipeg. impossible for travelling to carry orchestras. The Shet'hun Opera Co., however, accomplished excellent results with the aid of a harp, strings unil wood- wind under the dm-eiion of William CUover. ,a. musician who stive a verv illuminative reading: of the score lust evening. He viewing Hie performance as a whole it can be said that the com- pany gave general satisfaction.- 1. no- i iced boolis of words and music of the opera "en but this was hardly necessary as the enunciancn of the singers was comparatively speaking quite iranspare-nt. It i.s im- to note tlmt the Sheehan Op- era Co. makes proper use of the vowel sounds instead of, like I rc-lyiiiK too much on the use of cuti- bonants io tone. The Kngli-sh lausuage will always be easy ip'sing the singer will use the vowel pro- perly and of course judiciously. It was a. bi.r evening for Lethbridge. whose citizens have caused outside nmsk-nl ciiies to K-ke notice. The Shec ban Co. will conclude, its engage moot here fhis evening in "The Chimes of Normandy." Avhich promises to atiraci. another large aud- ience, ft may be mentioned that this is a light opera. "The Refugee's Casket" at Starland j. file Suit-land aiinounce j for today' live monster two reel at- i traction, "The Refugee's Casliet." production is hand colorwl ihroiipli- out, and wllhoiir. reservation is said i to be the best ever produced by the i famous Oauniont company. Tin' French Revolution has been a j-iroHfi-- source of inspiration and material tor the. photoplay-vright. especially he I of the French sort, shcnld ref.ur to I those blcody days of tmpedy in malic, srfting. for in t-he creation of for the niil- lions. "The Refiiger's Casket." (lepictn a I minor phase of Tlte revolution. The j brunt of the work of tlie play is pine- i ed on the shoulders of Parisian actress. Mine. Hence Carl. j which in iljself is Kiifru-i-piir guarantee I of its tjfRrlin.K merit. This grcai pro- durtioti is being shown at Stariand iuilay and tomorrow, and is one that should not he missed. i.> PHONE MAKES, v PEOPLE CRAZY nerlin, Oct. a men- lal specialisi, ha.s distrovc-ri-fl ;i ne.w whioh he calls Telephone ner- i vouanesy. A prominent Merlin iitK.r- i ney had l-eert hi continual conflict with the po.stofiice for more than a year rc- j his leiephone. Several times i he was prosecuted on the charge of i insulting the telephone girl, and fin- ally his telephone comiocticn was cui off. j The iitlanu-y inimodialrly began j in-oceedings for its restoraiion. The po.stofiice department offered as a dc- fence thai tho attorney was conlin- I unily insulting officials. Dr. Straucli -jailed as un e.sjierc is to be awarded for' trie best Limerick on DOMINION SQUARE (Vt Ihe Hekcl give; il, you clidusc the io live. Kvf'i'vlioilv's il; lI.M-f's Ihe place. DOMIXJ'OX SQTA'RR. 1'nil'il. are llici'c, .loin ihe oi'owil and ii'ei a share. Hvcrvltoilv's ddii'iu' it. antl toslififtd lliat R'leiiliono nervcus- ness is a serious ailincal. The he .said, acis nil t-cnaiii [ver- HOIIS iikc poison. !-ic continued: i "i a rasi; in my persona! praL-- I lice a pliysiciau who sts worked j up by delays uiui otitcr unpleasant cccii.Ttwes thai ho hrcamo permaii- onily iu.-anc. Kxcilahk- sliouM iiover use ihe The conn so thai it adjourned'the rase 10 enable Or. Si-ranch to submit furihor instan- oes of liin and observations as t.o it.s eiTect. O 1 OF 1P q3c3 fi The Restaurant and Fruit bus- iness known as the International Cafe, Lethbridge. Fixtures and equipment complete. Doing good business. Owner is leaving for Greece on account of war. Will sell cheap for cash. Fdr full information see ifl- ros. Proprietors Co. ;