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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LirilUilMDGE DAll.Y HKRALU IF Christmas at Home Means England or Europe Tin: vviM'EH i:xcuKsioN i?AIi:s ON HAIJ: NOV. Till �� 1>1H'. Jlst. From All , Stations, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Albepla r d n /cCt l a i c VIA THE I'-* WILL S^^OTM-V^J^n.^^ INTEREST YOU EMPRESSES First 8alliiit?'l'M'*K'^'*^ I5K1TAIN Nov. 15 R��erve BerthstiEarly.. DetaiU from any Agent, or write �J. S. CARTER, GENERAL AGENT, 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg. Gmadian Northern Steamships^Ltd. ANNOUNCE Xmas Excursion Rail Rates From the We�t In Connection with THE ROYAL LINE Most direct'rout* to Bristol I^ntlon and the Contiiunit. TickelB OH Mle November 7th to Deconihor 31 InoluBtve, with a return limit of five months from data ot Isbuo. Good Going on ROYAL GEORGE (M,000 tona) From Montreal, Nov. 13 CHRISTMAS SAILINGS ROVAL COWARD (12,000 tona) From Halifax. Nov. 27th ROYAt .GEOPGE (.18,000 tona) From Halifax, Dec. lUh Berth r�aarv�tlons and full information fi-om uny railwity or stMrbtbit) a, 75e ami 5�c; Hoxes HM PATBONIZE LOCAL T Seat,s now sellinu at Kenny iV Allin'sDrnH and Itook ^tore, next pallan Hotel icun beat numbers. And here let me say, Mr. Sheehan disappointed me, for many a tini 1 hcar?N K-THIRD For thffi lioiuul Trip BeUveeiv all stations Pt. Arthur to Vniiconvei\ includino- braiielles Going Ii�tes, Oct. 25-2S, Return Limit, Oct. HO, '12 For tiickete apply".s. New York, Plymouth, Cherbourg, SoiJthainpton. S. S. Olytiiplt, 45,324 tons l.iirKi'.'>i in the world ocKASii-. .m,\,ip:.s'I'ic. TL-i'TO-Vii; sailings i'v' Kuturila.v, Boston, Queenstown, Liverpool CYMRIC iciTi.' il.iHS ouUlii), ARABIC, sullintrs. Tucsduys (fort- nightly.1__ _^___ AMERICAN New York, Plymoutli, Cherbourg, Gouthampton nr. iMi'i,, .-^-i' i.iiri.s. N'Hw Yl.tRK, l"lllLAi>l;i,l'lll.V, SMillUKS Satuiday.-i. Atlantrc Transport New York-London Direct SaiUnt,-aUlliK Msl^^. lihihs. ft' . r�ii uppliuii-tltm n> I'aiiw.iy uj .�.�!i.;inj.sa}p a^fcnl.H til \V. M Ml l,i;nu. iv vv. Hjis-stinffi'r A!;,ii(. .Mtdji .St., Wilinipi-R. I'liiin.. Main lO'Jt. him, and before It was 'written he had beW the same opinion in regard to his one-act opera "Endymton's Dream," which received its first performance at tho Brighton Festival of 1910. He considered the tenor scene, "Who calls? Disturb me not," from "Endymion's Dream," superior to the familiar "Onaway, Awake!" lie fancy was the .baaso Francis J. Boyle, spoke of his new violin concerto In who; in the role of Forrand.o, revealed e. minor, however, us hJs magnum a magnificent vocal organ, and fine opus, artistic taste. Jo.soph Uoycr, as the a letter of generous appreciation, Count, sang as if he had a hot i)0- written by Bdward Elgar as far back tato in his mouth. Aliiia Stetzlc'r' ISDS, is now recalled by the Lon-was possibly the omstandiug success''don Daily Telegraph,, .as a relief from of tho evening in (he trying part 'of uio "competition aiid. bitterness and the gypsy Aziiccnd, with Gladys Cald- jcnlousy" of these latter days. Elgar well next In order, in a dclloiite por- ikkj- ijgen invited by the committee of trayal of tho unforninatc Leonora. the Gloucester .Music Festival to On (he w'liole, speaking with regard ^.vite an orchestral work for the next to the Sheehan Kiigli.sh Grand Opera year's meeing. This was the reply Co., one i-t inclined to the belief tluit j^g ggj,t tlio feKtival conductor: the orga�ii;ation is a very much "i bave received a miuest from the Overrated one. The chorus, it is true, secretary to write a short orchestral sang well, but the principals were ^ij),^ fo,. the evening concert. I am weak and innpin'opTialely casl. The so,.,,y j ,,, jco busy to do so. 1 wish, visit of the coni.nany did not prove .^vlsll you would ask ColfcTldge- to me that grand opera sung in Eng- T-iyio,. to do it. Me still wants recog-liah is a suoccbs. It ope^a-.^oe^3 and ,iiion, and is far and away the clev-| music' lovers will actiuaint them- p^est among (ho youiis men. Please selves with the story of au opera, (jon't lot your comniittoe throw away they will seldom find trouble follow- chance of doing a good act.-Ed-ing the porfonnanco, no matter .^v^ij.(l Elgar." whether it he In German, French or ry^^^, i-csiilt of this leKer was Cole-Italian. I have Iieard operatic stars i-idgc-Taylor's Ballade in A minor singing in lilngllsh 'when the andi-enc� iiclually believed they were sing- , ^ ^ ing in Kalian, which goes to show ^'"^ Concert Program^ that von cannot tell what language .Stiliilalion-God Save the KiD)!;. Kverylhlng depends Marcb-"Thc Wi'/ard of the West , is you being sung. on the "perfection of an artist's hussar's Dream", Ocean Steamship Ticket Agency LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Representing Can. Pac. Railway Koyal Mall Steanier.s. Canadian Xortbevn Hallway Itoynl Mall Steamers. Allan Line Itoyai .'Vlail Steamers. White Star, .Montreal, Quebeo Boston, and Now York Service. Cunnid l..inc. New York, and Canadian riervice. Donaldson Line, to and from lyplnBgow. Red Star, American lino, French Line. Anchor Line. Hainhurg America, Hollaail American. Russian American Scandliiavian Amerloan And all other traiis-Atlnntlo Steamship llnt-s. Ueducod rail fares In connection Inforiiialioii. as to arrival and dopartnrc.i of boats ot tho various lilies clieertully given. Call or wrjle, S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, C.P.R. Lethbridge tion, ooujiled, of course, with the ability to properly convey interpretation. Any of Uio lighter French operas sung in Kngliwh would positively prove iiolhing loss than a farce. When KngUsh composers suc-(.ced in composing grand operas with tlie libredo written in Knglish, interwoven with an atmosphere to corre.s-pond, then we may expect to find grand opera snug In English a success. Where, however, can one find an English or American composer today who is callable of approaching the achievements of the brilliant old masters who never wrote for gain'.' Verily'. Art is long'and iilme is fleeting! * .  Tributes to Coleridge-Taylor ,Saii.:;le.ir .Si'rcii.ulc-"'rwilii:,ht, F.chops", U. V. .Miller. .Selciiioii-"11 Trovatore", Vorili. . .Sacred tlvcrttirc-"Throw Out tin-, l.il'c l.iiie", art. by .W. Hayes. Sextette from "l.ucia Di Lainmcr-iiioor", Duni'/'.etli. Oven lire-"The llalian in Algiers", Ho.s.siiii Marcli-"Tlic Iron King", V. ,1, St. Clair.  .  At the Bijou Next Week The Bi.iou management are again to (he front with special attractions for (heir patrons and visitors all next week. .Monday and Tuesday will be presented the very latest triumph of niolioii photography. When first ask- PHONE 471 POST OFFICE SOK 98 Our Wall Paper Specials Arc. every day specials. Write, phono or call I'or samples. All grades and prices. The Revlo Co. ) 1260-3rd AvenuiJ'Beuth Palntars and Decoratorii cated by the composer to his wife. U was fitting that tho music used ,^ p,,y ^^^^^^ eamera the dial tho funeral service of the late yj,,^ ,.eg,v,.xrea a as a condes-i Samuel Coleridge-Tayior at fhe ^.g^sioi, but after tho revelation of' Church oC .St. JMohaeJ's and All An- pjoturc-s In the studio cried out goKs, West. Croydon, should have ^ym, enthusiasm f rely on tlwse lllma been drawn from tho composer's own ,[,. immortality; 1 live in hope of reworks. The funeral inarch froin "The wording niy entire repertoire foi- theso Death ot MiiHiohaha" was played on mui-vcllous productions. In Cainille the organ, a violinist 'plnyed the slow one of Dumas greatest productions inovoment of the violin concerto In the public will have an excellent op-G minor, and a baritone sang "When porliiiiily of 'seeing the Divine Sarah 1 am dead, ray dearest," from the suiiportod by an all star cast and "Sorrow Songs," which were dodl- when one recalls tho furore created by this sovereign of the stugi; in this powerful production, lliink what it Muaiis to liavo CamiJle Incnriiatod in motion iilctures hy Uernliart, Next wool; if we cannot see the great Born-liari ill tile tlesh and listen to her gold en voice, we can find great satisfiict-loii 111 witneaslng at the Bijou this actress in a great drama as given to us llirough the magic ot the moving picture, Tho production cowt 8ver :f2.'>u,0()0.0l) 'I'lie seating capacity of this pretty idioio play house has boon temporarily enlarged accomodatilig another 150, and as arrangements have been made to coininence eacli day at If a.m., rv-cryoao will liiive an 0)))iortunity of wilMcssIng llii^ rcniarki'hli; product-id.i. Wednesday and Tliurnday tlif offer will be ".Vimo Sana Gene," foul-iiriiig ".Ume. Hejaiio" the great l^'reii' ' conicilian, 'I'lie iirices ot ap for ihese iiroductio'ns will b' afjc, Children Itjc, owing to i luods outlay incurred in aej^ iljoy Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE hargo new twin screw steamers sailhig from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday carrying One Class cabin and Third-CUss passengers, CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Hall from St. John, N,B, Dec, 5th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve 3'our accommodation now and secure the bed, it coHia no more. .Vpply to any railway, ,�leani-ship agoTit or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, 445 Main St. Phone l'.15312' WIr, I ^ipea. ^ WATCH FOR OUR PHOTOQRAPHEH NEXT WEEK LAST TIME TODAY THE BIG WEEK-END FEATURE The Spirit Awakened " A GENUINE THRILLER NEXT MONDAY ' liNE the first of the Big Molld�y!�iity of daiih. 's btive seen actlT* laoedoiilan reyolu. UTy is tho most service, partly ha-I by temperament, for Infantry wori(, "scnuae tho poverty has compelled ' '." nuniliera will comprlae the fli'st part of the program in which the following soloists will appear; AllsBOs Liiinbard and SImm and �Mnd-amo lloeslng-Welnberg, au excellent GiMMnaii dranuitlc luozzo-soprano. .Messrs, (1. LC. inoininR and -V. Mc-Gouga^i will also oing. Mr. Lay ton will conduct. a productioufc , "Billoc -Wxy^^f * provide inti'With-atrc will in to its capacitfier lool< to .SCO f^oo-encou raged. �; 'Gst 30,000 Applic�\ Sea'V. CALGARY ;