Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 20. THE .M-ynimrrDGK DAILY Feature Week Almost Here LAST TIMES TODAY, The .Great Congress Program INCLUDING THE VERY BEST IN "FEATURE WEEK" COMMENCING MONDAY AND TUESDAY THE MAGNIFICENT SPECTACLE "The French Spy" IN THREE PARTS WEDNESRAY AND THURSDAY STARLAND'S OWN MOTION PICTURES OF THE "Congress and City" TAKEN BY OUR OWN PHOTOGRAPHER SEE YOURSELF SI mo. .MiutUM-liuck's Is lo bring I fete starred the boll rolling1. In llll! now timlltdi-Uini on the Thursday even- ing pi-ci-Mling the oiieuiiii: of the farming Ctmgress n company of Loth- Ibi-Hso boys ami girls dclighti-d n andk'iieo with n vi'i-y ugrecablo on- LJI lerlniniiifui. Tlie dances 'vcro Illus- MAJESTIC THEATRE Thanksgiving Day, Monday, October 28th First of the season. Grand 10-round Boxing Exhibition Billie Elmore vs. Tug Wilson BOTH MEN TO'.WEIGH IN AT Ibs. Seats on Sale at Elite Cigar Store. PRICES and 75 cents. Secure your Seats-Early KIXGSIDE Iratlvo of dry fannius episodes for which 1 understand II. Shaw of the U'onm-ess otllce staff was responsible. This oiicrgetic young man deserves luithiJR hut praise for bis ingenuity In devising what one might call ll llr-v" fanning ballet, which was not only en- lortaining but educational lls i pwil to the -tillers of the soil. next entertainment occurred last .Mon- day evening when .Mr. Harper, of the Conservatory, presented the 1-eth- liriiUo Mnsicil and Dramatic like the a revival of the light opera "llillee Taylor" which ran for four nishis at the Majestic Theatre, Craze for Ragtime Grips London The for ragtime in London liu, become so widespread that some of the nevvspapeis are devoting ser- ious aittcU-.-i lo It and one of thom is InstltuthiR an Inquiry in-io its pay- cholosv. There seoms to lie a. gen- eral 'theory thnt (his sort of music is music publishers re- port sales by the Hundreds of thous- ands of il naturally that Kngla'nd. like America and the continent, is "ragtim'.' mud." Paul Gilmore Comes to Majestic Paul Ciilnuirq comes to the Majestic Tliraire tonight, in .11. S. Sheldon's play, "The Havoc." which is endorse.! liy'n record of a successful N'i'w York ion. run, and wtich said lo otter tho with marked success. One must keep] strongest he In view Hint this was a purely amateur niaTO[ since "Tlio Mummy and production and for thai reason frit- The play is in Icisui would be ungallant. Cut 1 would ol vvhieh occur in a say that the manner in which the York flat, while the ibird is.Wd performance was carried out impress- ju Offj ed me very favorably. In the chorus, and members of tho cast one recog- nized latent talent which ought some day to shine forth resplendeutly. Tile girls and boys comprising the chorus as a unit posses very good voices which would have been heard to bet- ter advantage had it not been for spasm of the "shakes." This .how- ever, one is glad to say, wore off as Majestic Theatre Special Engagement for One Night Only Saturday, October 26th 1912 Mr. Paul Gilniorc and :i Powerful Caste in The Havoc The Finest Dramatic Production of the Season PRICES J1.50, 51.00. 75c, and 50c. GALLERY 25c. Seats now sale at Kenny Allin's Drug Store, Next Dallas Hotel. EAGER TO STAY W THE JAIL I NEW YORK INFORMERS REFUSE i TO CONSIDER IDEA OF I BAIL Xsw York, Oct. District ittor- ney Whitrauu saiij this :ifterncou that the four gun men will go ou trial in the early part of November. Then th-e informers, Rose, Vallon, Webber and Schepps -u-ill be brought of a-big rail- road company which operates betwit-n York and Chicago. Fine Artist Coming Miss Kvn ilyloti. who is shortly to appear here, under thu auspices of the Nursing Mission, was the recipient of the most distinguished honors on her visit to her native land. Australia, last sumniFr. The liomu-tominy of Aus- tralia's famous contralto was a great! event, of which even'the government! tcnk official notice. When tin' R. M. S. Mukura steamed into the docks at Sydney, the ship was gay with flags from bow to stern Captain Gibbs, recognizing the tm- importance of the day. had ordered sion. It is a pleasure to encourage I to be decorated in honor of-Miss Myiott, and the flags remain-j the week progressed and at the liual performance last Thursday evening, "Billee Taylor" and his associates hud completely recovered their "sec- ond with the result that the performance went with n success which was pronounced in every res- pect. I should advise the club to go light ahead ill their good musical mis- No Reasoj Why Men And Women Of Sixty Seventy And Eighty Should Wot Be The Secet Of Happy Old Age The Famous Medicine Made Of Fresh Juices, Again Proves Its Great Value ii Curing Kidney Trouble. Old age i> s the cost of living. 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Williams' Famous Jubilee Singers t stories. -Mr. Whitman pointod outj that, while counsel for the informers j had th? right to appear before Justice Gi'tT, and demand their release on bail, they had no desire for liberty. "What they want -he aaid, i grimly, "is not heavy hail but heavier j doors on the west side tou-ri prison. Tbey would rather bo on the inside looking out than on the outside look- UNITED, BUT IN DEATH our local amate'irs and I hope the next appearance of the Lethbridge Musical and Dramatic club with Mr. Harper, will go one better, and pro- duce one of the Gilbert and Sullivan's successes, say.lor, instance, "The Mik- ado." One must not forget to say some- thing regarding the singing of the Cardston choir at the Congress meet-: ings. I took a "night off" and jour- neyed to the auditorium last Wed- nesday evening, The choir conduct- ed by that energetic and tireless lead- er S S Newton, of Cardstotl, ren- dered the Lombard! "Pilgrim's Chorus" which frankly speaking did not reveal the Southern choir to ad- vantage for very good reason' that the music-is absolutely uninter- esting, save .only for tho concluding Bookkeeper and Manager, Her Fian- ce, Die Within a Fortnight. One Night Only Tuesday, Oct. 29 Direct from a tour of Europe Popular Prices CRABBED A BRIGHT CANADIAN .Daly, formerly of Napnnee, has been appointed head of the geographical de. Trenton, Out., Oct. A.) partment of Harvard University. Owen Sound, Oct. death took place last night o[ Miss Margar- et Gunn. for several years bookkeep- er for the Sanford Company at their Owen Sound branch here. A eoinci- dimce in h-er death lies in tho fact that the local manager. .Mr. Alex. McEweu, died only a fortnight, ago 'from typhoid fever. They .were to have been married in lhe near fut- ure. Both were exceedingly The interment in Greenwood cemet- ery to-morrow will be in the same plot. few burs. The choir. were not to blame naturally! In the triple pro- gram offering "Rule "Star Spangled Banner" and "God Save the the choir did its bast work and j sang as if inspired. It was- a very fitting selection to sing and the vast uudlenco of over 2.500 souls applaud- ed the singers to the echo. It must not he imagined that the Cardston choir is made .tin solely from Card- s-ton voices. As a matter oi fact, I am informed that a large percentage of the singers come from the outly. ing farming districts in the south cpuntry. In this column sometime aso 1 said many of these folks drove -ore of miles or more to Cardston in itself ed aloft until she walked ashore. The distinguished singer was wel- comed by the Minister ot Education (Mr. C. A. the Minister of Agriculture (Mr. J. the governor of the Commonwealth Bank, the Lord Mayor, and other officials, as by hundreds of old friends, lu fact, Miss Myiott was besieged 1m-. mediately the people from the shore were allowed on board. MISS Myiott has made -a complete success of hor chosen career. Blest with a most charming produce, and a glorious voice, she stud.Nsd under the world's best teachers ami' faithful- ly worked to bo what she is today, the most popular and most sought con- tralto on the concert stage. Miss Jlylott equally at ease It! concert nnd oratorio work, Irer magni- ficent voice carrying lo the inner- most parts of the hirgest churches a.ud halls. asco to rehearse, which deserves warm ivords of praise The ladies voices ce! greatly Her repertoire includes all the well known oratorios, as well as a rare collection the classics in French, German and Italian, as well as Eng- lish. The music lovers of this city are assured it musical treat when Jliss My- iott appears here on Thursday, Nov- ember -S. Dr. Cook's Lecture F. Moplunson Smith the well known American writer says the following re- 1 gardiiifr Dr. Cook of Xorth Pole famej who appears :it the Majestic theatre The ia movement in- clude Sir Campbell Mac- kenzie, principal Acad- emy of Music creiterlck Bridge, King Edward pi or1 pt music at London Unlveisinr Hu'iu-t Has- tings Parry, direr f (he Royal Col. Icge of pro- fessor of music ittrdTSbir Charles Villiers Stanfordifeasbr of corn- position and o ral pi mng in the Royal Colic Atusic and Sir Frederic Hymen n, tht composer and conductor. Mr. Hamnlorsi.nnounced last weelc that he a cable message movement and that he exiKSOOnffto have a definite oiTcr. ar to inir.s me 1-Iammerstein. get op-era so holy "that I gave tlieu J j The appeal t( Loridon public j calls for a of thej English public same sort of spirit and entf bus been shown by main great ilties of; ixjio world, amoiicll York, j Boston, Philadelnd Glue igo mentioned. j hetrinning Mr. never roduced as. 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