Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
UAlLi Sjif. Cohan's right y popular mudc'al comedy. ,M5 Mill utes Prom at the Vancou fer opera house, deserved amply The. performance the appi'aciation wfaich it aroused in last evening's re Seaion The Mendelssohn choir of Toronto! have now achieved such enviable' not only on the continent but in the landy across the sea. that heir plans for each.season's work are eagerly awaited by music lovers. The rehearsals wbicn have .been un- way this season so far have serv- i d to reveal tlw exceptionally' high be pleased to here of the Sherman tandard of the chorus in all of its I stock Company's appearance here, ecttons. At no time in the history of commencing Thursday Oct. 'in, he organization has the tonal qual-1 for three days only: They have been presentative gathering of Vancouver heatre-gcyi'H, aTid there was not a single accident 'W-mar the' show, which went off a precision ant map seklom witnessed away from Iroadway." Sherman Stock Co. Coming Next The theatre goers of the city will CONSERVATIVE ORGANIZER Edmonton, Oct. a meeting the united 'executive committee nf tion hold at Jasper avenue east, last night, Frank 'L. Christte was ap- pointed Conservative organizer for the Conservatives' Federal District I the city and diolrict, including all the association, the Kdlnonton'City asso- j provincial rldlngi wi.thln the Edmon- olation and the Young Men's associa-1 ton federal district: BOYRIL AVASTKI) KNKKtJY It creates aixl maintains vitality nnri utreiiKth. The iiiitrinieiit Ivecf In Jtovril IN iniim'lc mid nervoiiH ty been so resonant und at the same ra'e so pure ami distinctive as this eason, hoth at home and in Buffalo, Vew York and Boston, the rehearsals re proceeding: under conditions.which remise results beyond anything evsr ttained .by the. organization in the ast. Sufficient study has been put on the uperb work of the now famous Oer- composer, Farrari, amely "The to enable members oP the choir to realize he of the choral and the general complexity and eauty of the orchestral writing. In ome respects the demands made yoices surpass the renulreinents Beethoven's Ninth .'Symphony. uite in contrast is tile imposing mu- of Bsrlloz's iplendid "Te Deum." omposed in honor of the first Na.: oleon. Both "The New Life-" and "To. Deum" are oaat Tor tft'u ailuii. choirs with aa fliixiliiiry large choir for i-hifdren. soloists and remarkably comprehensive orchestra! 'resources. The-je work., with. Verdi's dramatic "Requiem" will constitute th'3 most important compositions in this sea- son's repertoire. The most excerpts from Bach's monumental B Minor Mass, Uigur's "CaractaciM." as well as other shorter compositions will alao.L'j used during the cycle of concerts. The society will be particularly for- tunate in its asMtlng artjsU. First of all must be mentioned the magni- ficent. Theodore Thomas orchestra, one of the vary finest organizations' of Mnd In the world which wf.l appear In thn snme strength as was the case J.-3t year. Miss Florence Hinhle, soprano: ghriatlne Jlill- er. cnntralto; CiMrnc Hamlln. tenor, and Clarence WhitcMII. bnrltone, con- the vocal soloists already en- gaged, a (itiartette which it wov.ld he dlftlclllt lo equal. Other soloists ar> _ under iiegollntion. Interest in these i of Madame Sherry.' the siiocessful playing to capacity business in Cal- gary at the Lyrin theatre for the past twelve weeks, which. speaks for the success of the company! Their open' Ing bill will be announced in Mon- day's issue of the Herald. "The Trump Card'V at The big feature at Starland on Mo'n- day and Tuesday is the R'sliance. pro- duction entitled "The Trump Card." George Petit is the son of a bank cashier, and loses 'Heavily at carda. Thinking io recoup, he takes spnra money his father has' 'been checking and the proceeds .arc won by the gamblers. Overcome with grief nL the anguish of his father, George dies'. Hi-3 siKtsr Grace determined to bring to justice the men who caused the fall, of the youth, and di- rects the police to" the palatial gam- bling den mentioned by .her hrpth-ar his confMSKlon. Interesting scenes are shown of the quick transforma- tion of such places into seem'ingly innocent, duly whan tht Ibokoiit gives warning. The pollen fail to find any evidence, a'nd the g'irl d'avisca scheme to overpower the lookout, be- "ore he -ives the signal. Disguised as poor [talians, shy and, a detective haV in front of the den ;nid ho attacks her w'ith a stiletto. Her cries bring the proprietor of the den to the front, and he 'carries tivs -seem- ngly fainting girl inside. She rf.uickly draws a. revolver and covers the ar.- ttmishcd men ami forces them to open the door for the raiding, police! who run upstairs and catch the occii- ittnts in tho midst of- their This picture how a woman se- cures .tho winning hand in a birHta of wJtg and causes retribution for the downfall and death of. trar, brother. On Thursday morning at 10 o'clock; THEATRE PHONE 646. H-'. B. The Sherman Stock Co. Three Nights, commencing Thursday October 19th company hat broken ill records at Calnary for a Slock Co. Their opening bill will bt announced later1 through daily papers. COMPLETE CHANGE EACH NIGHT. A. B. SHERMAN Manager MAJESTIC THEATRE TELEPHONE 646 Monday and October 23 and 24 i W. B. Shennun and Frank W. Hcaly Presents Ihe Famous Musical Comedy tea iff itc ENCHANTING MELODY WHOSE HAUNTIKC STUAINS HAVE EMTHRAUED THE WORLD Theme Song of WOODS' FRAZE-I- LBDBKSB Succeil. By OTTO and KAKL HOSCHNA. THE LAUGHING MUSICAL SENSATION OF TWO CONTINENTS Km ftp JH: coHsar ngitrPt I ETHEL BELL WALTER CATLETT j Really Beautiful Beauty Chorus Prices, W. B. Sherman Manager Majestic Theatre Phone 646 ONE NIGHT ONLY, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25th Geo M Cohan's Greatest Musiaal Comedy 45MINUTES FROM BROADWAY" Wtlh a Star- Cast and the Famous BLUE RIBBON CHORUS Prices and 50c. MAJESTIC THEATRE Phone 645 W G SHERMAN Mar A COMPLETE- NEW PRODUCTION One Night Only, Thursday, Oct. 26th WILLIAM K. SPARKS PRESENTS Mis'i Anna In Kester'v Dramatisation of Charles Major's Romance A CAST OF 20 PLAYERS "WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER The Play that forcvor jn the hearts and minds c-f thp. seats wilt go -Jtile at Rochon'a con- ecl'IonMry store for the engagement concert-j has never been so great as the pi'jflenl time and froni present it seems more than likely that the large attendance fron a din- ance may compel! the committee to add an extra concert to thotw already innonnccd, Union Whether advantage mufllcal comedy, which wii'i appear here for two nlgHts, commencing Mon- day, pct.'r. at.the Majestic. That, the attendnhce riurfng en; BflKcment of Madame Sherry In city' will relatively, erjiml that. Cigo, where .the piece ran through ttae heat of the summer, and ,that o( New where ,the. tfacioua iisterdam theatre ra i-iadefjiialc to bold the Crowds, is almost certain from of mail orders hav3 been from people who are anxious to enjoy th'is dslightful French vaudeville. "The Firing Line" Richard Walton dramatiza- tion of Robert Chaniltcrs' no1 M "The Kiring -begins a second toiir of the principal cities of '-'he south under the management, of A. G. pelamater at Richmond, V'a., tlris Women hi Society Miss LIHyan SlmfTner, Hie Chicago society, .and literary woman, been cngagecji by M ana get A. ;tJ. Delamater 16 piny Mrs. Car 'in "Tho Firing Line, "Whfp KnlcHthood Was in Fiowcr" "When Knigiitluiort Was in Flower. hrfs ahvavs met. I'rom Vladtinir 'Ihe other L> Pacliinann Ihe oi_' Polish jiuniHt id mi Schumann emuaiu pia nsl ind 'internrttir of lleink, the el contralto [tliopin in icciltjl at( Montreal anrl John McGorniacli, the great'Irish Pithmanii Uvi'ic t'aiior i )11ost "10 'Why not make an effort; lo arrange Tor t.lvj appea.rannc of OUR of tlic'se ni ie ,K in Lethbridg'e especially wouM shig ).o a capacity audience. Sh'j IB the grcatoHt.coiitrEt to in the world todaj Not A Welch M9ie -Choir content to a flow thcii boginnljijf ol Anuoveil Inte j con -MI, he jhonted Si dow and Ms lo any, tpilelnftss reigned inimertiately, followed by very hrllHant :the part, of rirtunso. De Paci.nm.in Is Inclined, like niOBt virtuc'ji; ).o he ecwntric but, HO one co.'ild surel.v him for -istors (o .win all the laurels for Welsh choral singing, another organization, tiic JMo- lewyn male-cboir ui'j coming to Can- ada their appearance 'in Toronto announced for Oct. 1 I wcie foitutMle en ough to hdaraha Royal Welsh ladies' choir last u'jek wKI hope thai- I ho ,of tho nisla choir will in- with jmpulRr fnvor an 1 from Icthlnidgc I no citalnmont through -tho coitntrv. .a .little different thaif will coma to city, pJnj'ing nt (he Ihantro nn THiirsriay Oct. Day, the s( riitip nnlrftKH, heanan or' face xnd Cigiirn, will itgnin lie seen'in the -jtellur rolo of Mary Tudor, tho madcap Bullish Tho play IB L'3 oiift nf the most gorgcoiis-, ly equipped aconln productloiiK on thr anything we IHUM prlvilcgcrl to V, 4 Clergyman Way L Uatifui li of (.omi cted hi8 of Wl.'Ittakcr'a a noval of e Cod folks by .Itinph C. Lincoln. h IB (he pi ij for production and "'MI begin relicar- road thla season, and glveg amnlc op nn carlv.datc, liortvin'ity for lavish moun'Unx In I '.imies and prrfpertles. I Famous Plinist Angry Artitti to Visit Cilgary j It In- (iifltracl'lng ns lc In rumorerf that Calvary Is In rule- (n in artist when people not i visit in the next, fnw in "on llhic" to the concert li his action oil this occasion i UOML eliylit.fiil one by having wing for your !t i-j pf'SulWe (a hear her HS any other great artist you1 may wish. to hear, ,If "on have H If you haven't buy one at MASON 4 RISCH.