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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTUBKTbGE DAILY HERALD Sfith'inlx'r II, Monday-Tuesday Calgary Stampede last Showing Today OF THE GREAT WEEK-END .PROGRAM including The SPLENDID KALEM FEAT- URE 'JN, DARKEST AFRICA A'Grlpping Story of the African i Jung' To finish the week with Laugh- t See The Katzanjammer Kids An Avalancho of Joyous Fun ALSO-TODAY "THE .DEAD MAN'S CLAIM" Great Drama and IDENTITY" A. REAL COMEDY NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY SPECIAL ENORMOUS ATTRACTION OFFICIAL MOTION PICTURES OF "CALGARY STAMPEDE" th ENORMOUS EXPENSE Entailed In Securing ?hlsnGREATeFEATURE at such an EARLY DATE, we have been compelled to raise tho price of admission to 25c for this REMEMBER MONDAY TUESDAY, CALGARY STAMPEDE THE SENSATIONAL FEATURE NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY The SENSATIONAL FEATURE THEIR LIVES FOR GOLD crK' Lcap froni Brid9e on to ExPress Train Actual Locomotive Collision- Race for Life Through Raging Torrent. The Fire of Death. IT WiLL BE HERE NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY WAIT FOR IT. 1 AMUBL whose ileaUi occurred recent- ly, and who was the most pro- minent and Important ot comnusyrs uf negro blood, was horn in London. August 15, 1S75, the son of u doctor 'of medicine, a native of Sierre Leone, and an English mother. Ho studied the violin under J, Heekwlih, oi' Croy- don, urn! at years of age was an tilto singer ht iliy choir of St. George's Croydon. In 1890. he .entered U'" We to announce that we iu a days a hig'h- class Ladles1- and IViloinuo1 establishment; in .ihe Olivcr'-BIoek (upstairs.) AYe >vill a wide range oi'- samples and trimmings and will be hi a position to cater to those who Our Mr.-Yonriin was formerly of (he Xewlanrt SPIRITS WENT WITH THEIR MASTERS Details of. the Dramatic Suicide of 'Gen. Nogi and Wife j Tofcio, Sept. 13. General Count Maresuka N'ogi, supreme military councillor oi the Kiwpiie, and his wiie, the Countess Xogi, committed suicide tonight in accordance the Japanese custom, and their final .tribute to their 'departed'Emperor (and friend Mutsuliito. The taking otT by thpir own hands oi ihe famous i genuial in itself dramatic as it was sad. The general'cut his throat with n short sword ami the countess committed hair-kari. Following; the .Samurai custom tlie couple had carefully prepared their I plans for killing themselves "ami tim- 1 ed themselves so that would he roincideiit with the departure forever from Tokio of the dead Emperor. Gen. Xogi and the countess hail a.t- fs tended the funeral services oi Mut- JHiihito at. the-palace here loda.y and tho development of our void of tmdtTst muling tho rights ol' in tellei-tual property OWIHM'S. heard lOugene Rlchior, ihe famous radical piirliiuiientHrian, in- voke must Bhiinveless lies to tread tinder feet ihe right of two hundred Herman coin posers, Including the Wagners and lleincs, in favor of two t'roydon In 1890. he entered me; hundred thousand German publicans. Koval of Music, as u student will not bo holler BO long as universal sul'traye exists, aud so lony as voles aro counted, and not weigh- ed; so long, for example, as the voice of a simple Richard Wngner docs not count 'the same as the vnlet's uf a hundred thousand navvjes Jut io- ,hor. No wonder the French and of violin, and afterwinning a scholar- ship in composition, entered ihe class- es of Sir Charloa Villlers Stanford in 1S93, conUnuing: under this master for four years. From that time ou Coleridge-Taylor entered iiuo public prominence. Some of his early chamber music was" per- formed at the Royal College students' concerts, and 'a symphony Uy him was under Stanford's direction in 1S015 at St. James1 Hall. His works number more than sixty, and aside from his creative activities, he served as a teacher, in Trinity College, Lon- don, and as 'conductor of the Handel Society, London, and the Rochester Choral Society. At the Gloucester fes tival in he conducted Uia Bal- lade iu A, .Minor, op, 33. and attracted much favorable .attention. A quin- tet for clarinet and strings, played at the Royal College In 1S95, was later given in Berlin by the Joachim Quart- and a String Quartet in D -Minor was composed in Coleridge-Taylor's fame in America rests largely pu ibe first pan of Uia "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast." This was first produced in at the Roy- ;1 College The second part. "The Death of was produced ihe 'following year at the North Staf- fordshire Festival, and the third, giv- en in conjunction 'with the other two parts, had bearing at the Al- bert Hall, on March '22, 1000, as sung by the Royal Choral Society, the com- poser conducting. .The overture to the work was first heard the follow- ing .May. The success of the work, especially the first part was Ininie diate and lasting. The first performance of the entire work given in America, 'was under the direction oE Charles K. Kiiuuss, by the Orptveus Oratorio Society, ot Eastori, Pa., on May 5, 1903. The first American performance of "Hiawatha's Wedding Vas given by the Ce- cilia Society, of "Boston, on March 14 Italians in matters artistic still con- sider us us barbarians." Russian invents "Tenor Violin" For String Quartets Prof. Von GHehn. of the Conserva- tory of Music at Moscow, has invent- ed an orchestral instrument which is designed to he of genuine value In chamber music. :uid per- formers have sometimes found that in string quartets the violin did not entirely fulfill its purpose with the ensemble. With this" fault in view Prof. Von Glehn lias constructed, what he calls a "tenor the range of which is an octave lower than that of tho viola. The instrument is said to be sonorous in tone and it Rains effects in string quarteis which are considered a -marked improvement over ihe results attained by the vio- ih. Cardston Musical Festival On Friday and Saturday next, Sept. 20 and 21, the Cavdston Musical Fes- tival will be held at which many of the leading Mormon choirs will com- pete. The entry list is a large and varied one and there promises to bo some very keen and close contests Philharmonic Society It is expected that the Philhar- monic Society under Mr. Jones' direc tioir will shortly resume rehearsals for the coming seuuoii. No announce inent of the program to be studied has yet reached me. Eva Mylott Concert The concert to be given in this city ou Nov. 2S next by Miss Eva. name of ho groat cellist, hecamii -'word. Then ho ttt'ow lived' of-'tho concert stage, -as aays it was so Irrognlar, so he the- musical drama, The Broken Molody, whicn Is tin Id to bo written cm Incidents of bin life, which is of the romantic school, and which hits broken tho records at the theatres ho has performed at. H was always a packed house. U has performed now about seven thousand nights, playing tho himsolf on every occasion. When lily play llrst produced critics denounced it in a terrible 'manner, and Van Bienne on reading the criticisms was tils- iracted and heart broken. On wnlli- iK down one of London's streets lie his dear friend, tho Ir.te bir Nun y Irving, who jjtivc him a choory and iold him not to tlio Ugh tost notice of them but to 50 at with all more-visor, as on many evasions they done rhe same his works; heiu-u it has run even thousand nights. Van Bieiinc !so performs u net tier pretty little ct called the .Mastur M'isitfian, is always well received. He ccasionafiy plays his cello ou the t reels of London, giving the pro- eeds to charity. His.beautiful uollo olo that he plays In the drama, call d the Broken is ;ide favorite." BUDGET FROM THE GRAIN TOWN GRANUM STORES PIPED FOR GAS VEST HANDS IN SCRAP' Mylott, the 'distinguished Australia! contralto, ought to prove an attract ive musical event tor all music lov FORMER SULTAN 1IKED DM! MUUIA HAF.ID HAVING A GOOD TIME TAKING .CURE AT VICHY it was expected that they would..pit B. S. YOUNG MAY GO TO OREGON reed to Aoyama tonight with the cortege. Instead, at the conclusion of i the ceremony, they withdrew to their modest home in AkasaJva, a suburb of i :tuu, ive musical eveiu iur ait uiuaiu iuv Other works by" Mr.. Colerlilge-Tay- ers throughout the city. Miss My lor'.Included his Orchestral and choral j i0tt .i-3 winning remrirkable a sa- this season and is -appearing; c-red cantata, "Th4 Atonement" leading orchestras in the cou-itry which was; given its first American j Her voice bears a striking v performance by the Churcli Choral Society, under Richard Henry "VYarrea St. Thomas' Cl.urch, New York, in -u Qf UL OL. i nunms viiimuii, iuirv, n Young has been in Portland for about ten days on busines i paraiions for death. First the General wrote a letter to Then and is expected to return to his new his business in Lethbrulge and j he draped in mourning a 'portrait of RaymoiKl next. week. U-is pos- 'I-jihe late afterwards he Paris, Sept. Hafid. ex- Sultan Morocco, has graduated rap- idly in the pleasures of his Eirraiieaii hosts at Vichy, during his "cure." One evening was Uken behind the scenes of the Castuo Theatre after seeing the first act of a batiet, find slbie that Mr-Young will move j and his wife dressed themselves his family to the Oregon met- j .Japanese i-ustoriis and drank i-opolis.'ou his return from the coast. farewell cup of Saka from cups which had been presented to the General by le complimented the dancers wiih Mutsuhito'. Darkness .followed and the" General and the Countess saw and waited. .the nients. He inspected a herd of Hirer- signal they, had agreed upon to flattering enthusiasm. Earlier in ibe naise cows 'wirh an unerring eye, j nounce their leave taking. This was evening he had given his first dinner' picking the three best and ordered' ma i the afternoon he had j tliem to oe sent to his house in T booming of a sun in t at Tokio, which w and incidental music for'many of ihe.piays produced in London by Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, at His Majesty's Theatre, These latter in- cluded music Cor "Nero" and all by Stephen Phillips. Strauss on Warpath With an open letter on the subject of the agitation in favor of extending the "Parsifal" monopoly at Bayreuth, Dr. Richard Strauss has made a hit- ter .attack ou the Reichstag and unl- j versal suffrage, and has succeeded in AV that the body of the last -other of the accomplish-j of toys. party and iu figured at a reception held In his bon- j gier. He even began to milk one of peopie or by the municipality. Both a3 hoBihhem to make sure that his Judgment j Emperor was starting for its and guest lie bore himself with much I was not ar fault. He also purchased ti lace -ciiann of manner, and as a ivrUer of I nvo black goats and a collie dog. For] p ,_ sentiments in ladies albums Ms children he bought a hundred e v'T ,nd has already proved himself hard dolls, in costume, a me- j sounded, GeneMl -Nog, anct jchanical piuno-player, ;i merry-go- tiglily in his hand .1 sword V Xnowlfldge of live is an- 1 round and an extraordinary quantity j pumped it into his throat while the Countess slabbed herself through the stomach. A student, who resided in the Xogi home heard the iall of the bodies and rushed .into the room. j Lyine (he floor the hero of i'ort Arthur and his wife. Both stiil w-crp breathing hut tlicir spas- modir jrasps showed plainly that ilicir fives were fast chbitig avar. 'i'lie student for .hut he returned, Imtli the General, and the CounU'ss had passed away. tragedy ert-aifd a piofomni sen- j Reliable Information First Hand that iR what those who are interested in Canada financially, com- mercialiy-and indivstriaily want. Such icforoimion can be had every by rearfinj THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA The Financial Post gives authentic and up-to-date information resiii-fling Canadian business conditions. The Financial Post is quotod as an authority by lending Ameri- ban and British when referring to investments The Financial Post sots tirst hnnd information .which w often Ume-s (jxrliisivt-. The Investors' Information Bureau through whirlr rr-liahlt? in- formation con had concerning any Canadian inveHtim-m. is to All cornrfpomlenco is treat r-d contidontially. Write for :i sample copy and further information concerins The Financial Post of Canada the palace stirring up u hornet's nest in radical to let Germany. The lett-er is cited-in some quarters as instancing; the lengths to which a "foot composer" can go when he attempts io enter inic political dis- cussions. The letter says in part; "Unfortunately the decision in re- to 'Parsifal' does not rest with i i salion and expressions oi sorrow were 1 heard on every side today. -Ksnretiilly "The Canadian Newspaper for Investors'1 F. G. HAS6ARD. Western Manager 301 Dominion Trust Building REG1NA, SASK- t was Prince Arthur of I'ormaiitiiit, who was to have with (iencral N.ogi tomorrow !o the iidrmi'i capital of the ShogunaU1, I makura. i Those know General Xogi well, iliai his raininess iti himself ioninht was tlie kind of calm- ness he had displayed, no ter wliat ciisU faced him. Toronto Conservatory Of Music EDWARD FISHER, Mus. Doc., Musical Director Reopens Tuesday (September 3nl ATTENDANCE LAST SEASON STUDENTS Facnky of One Hundroil Specialists CONSERVATORY RESIDENCE for young lady students is being greatly _ ........_ ___......_ enlarged and will bu raady for the there was 0111; Kenilenian who stood opening. d put of town your dune at. homr by sen r Rear Sporting Goods Old Stand GUNSMITH 4124th St. S.( Phone 1032 WILL. APPLY LAST. lidmouion, Scj'l. 1-S. ''or thi' first me in tho five years ho has un tho bunch H. lor, of ilio iMsirk-t Court, today Uiiicod u man lo tallies, when hiinding out ininislniioni >to L: Hicham, a cigar nuikor, on two ronvictions of as- snlt on minnr girls, Binjiham I wo ypnrs on onnh to run concurrently, and ten lushes on each charge. lance to that of the great artist, Mad aine Schumann Heink. Has Resumed Teaching Rliyiut .lamieson, musical direct o: oi Wesley church and teacher o singing, has resumed his classes ii tone production and the art of stag ing. Pupils suffering from fault] voice production can consult Mr Jaraieson at any time by arranging for appointments at the Herald oftic any afternoon between iJ.JJO and 4.30 A New Violinist Here Archibald Hunt, formerly of Vic toria. B. C., and a violin pupil of Wil iam II. Henley, the famous tinglisl maestro, lias recently come to thi city and will open a studio in violi tuition. The interesting letter ou th life of Van Bienue, the 'cellist, appeal ing in tliis column was from 51 Hunt's pen. About a Great 'Cellist _1 have received the following te ter from a reader concerni-ng the lif of Auguste Van Hienne, the famoii which is herewith reproduced "It may be interesting to some o your readers to know a little of th life of Auguste Van Bicnne, cellist, o the Broken Melody fame. Me arrive in London from his home in Boheini some years ago, and as he himsn tells the story, thought tliat Londo" would turn out, so great to welcome him, b'ut it was not much to his disappointment. Tie was only pos- seted of three sovereignfi when landed, and not having a musical po- sition he was compelled to play his cello on ihe streets when his pockets were empty. He is ;t very linn cellist, and as he played the people wcvo Ttan's Granmn, Sept. death occurred here last night, in tho per- of .Mr. T. FUzpulrlck. The de- ceased had been sick with typhoid for .bout three weeks, and up to last ev- mlng he was doing .fairly well, when lembrrlmgfe of the bowels set in, and 10 passed away about six o'clock. He came here from Biissano to work this fall .as a separator man. His brother irrlved here from Saskatchewan this week to look afte-r him. The deceased was a member ofr the Orange Lodge. The local lodge accompanied the fun- eral to the station, the remains being sent io his home in Saskatchewan for uurial. Today a bunch of harvest hands got paid-erf, and began to make mer- ry, nnd started-to mix things. Two of the bunch got 'busy, and the result was -that the biggest of the two got the ".vorsL of it. Black eyes and bloody noses and shirts torn oft" their backs ended the affair. ADDRESSED THE BUSINESS MEN MR. COPE MADE, APPEAL IN THE INTERESTS OF-A PROVINCIAL ASSOCIATION Whtn k Menu could bear np any'longcr k U time tO'look'for the tirt trouble the remedy. In an Mtoniihingiv large number ot the real cnse of womnn'i miwry it found cons- tipation, ud the .raihcdy Dr. Inaitn Pilli. Neglect of the daily movement so necessary to-health, loon poisoni the ivstem' froin tht impurities retained ib the jbody. indigeition, biJiouMieM lassitude wid often more female are M Dr. Mono'i Indlaa Root PflU not only regulate bowoU, ;but they stimulate kidneys and u well to throw off waste matter ind purify ihe blood. The remit is quickly apparent in the disappearance of the headachei and biliouincss, and the remrd of ksallh and vigor. Thousandi of women all over the world owe iheir .hetltb to Dr. Mtrif'jMian Riot Pijhc Madeby W. H. Comstockpo., Ltd., Brockville; wld by ill dfiieri H 451; i box. At a meeting of the Busine-ssmen'g Protective association held in the o''- fice of the secretary jast H. L. rope of Calgary, formerly of l.eth- hridgc, explained at some length tho benefits which the local nssociatioa' w.nuld derive ,hy joining the provin- cial association, whose ai'e at Calgary. While. Mr. Cope's talk'. was instructive anil interesting so fnc. as regards the" aims and plans of the association, no decision was arrived at. as (o wlietlii-.r or not the local as- ,-----7 __ _ sociai'on should ally itself with that; -Mark" Swain, brother of our local j hodv. On many wito flTT n-I _ chief of police. :iml wirej iialircvan anil .Mrs. S'.vriin arc in Hie cmiilny ot "Buckshoi." Sherman, ttle ihealrica! man of Calgury. 1-1. Vonsland :i car of lum- bei- this week for his yard. Two "ruslies" up before the J. P. last week, one with as- sault, and the oiber a Both got sent down. The vag t thirty days In the Macleocl jail. The oilier got sixty days to serve a-t tho same hotel. "Billy" RTadshavv, who for a nnmher of conducted a well drilling business iu aud around Ciranum, dis- posed of his outfit, and left for his np north. On the eve of kis departure th-e boys of the town made him a present ot a case of pipes, and "Billy" will be greatly miss- ed by ail who know him. All ihe business houses i" town are piped ready for gas. Thos. Dolnn lias taken charge of the Seal of elevator here. i One ease of typhoid is reported In j town. e j .Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are visit-! Mrs. II. York-arson. Mr. anil Mrs. Anderson are on their honeymoon. Jlrs. Will Kclleeill. and family left on Thursday's noon train for Mont., to so on their homestead. 1C. Rogers, of tho 'local Bank of i Commerce, let'; last week for a four months' leave of absence. He gocsi to Toronto, to visit his home. K. Jnana'sor of tlie Bank of Hamilton.' spent -a. couple of days In this 'week. casions the retail merchants province {liavi lieUtioneif the govern- ment of tilt's "province with the obirefc ot'amriiding the small debt law, but through lack ol united effort.- nothing has been accomplished. By a complete organization embodying all the retail merchants of Alberta only can tioari- xvay be According, to Mr> Cope's arguments the formation ci a Hu.sine.ssmen's provincial association should prove of inestimable benefit in .assisting in the collection of small ilebls. The matter iR being thorough- ly investigated by Ihe local "associa- tion, whose decision will be aniioiinc? ed later. I such a splendid player i...... on tho streets, but a-j a rule the people listen and pass but YEAR BOOK, ITU pages, application. mailed on listened, by the name of Sir Mkchca! Costo. He approached him ami said, this is no place for yon, my man; here Is my card, come 'o see me in the mornine. Van Uicnnc went lo llim position in L'ove.H Garden orchestra. __ I became principal coll- -an ideal tralnins homo for 1st there. Hefore be received this VOIIIIR iadie.i. Aitractive. loiai- position ho tolls the story how hmtlc tior-aniplc i-roitnas. Plt-nty of -.vholc.ionie hoE'.c-cooUcH foods anil rational exercise. Literary, art, music, domestic science, commercial, elocution, ete. A thoroughly trained and prac- tised faculty. Ilesiilent nurse. .Moderate feea. Kail Semester be- Blns Seiiteinber Address the president. Robert I. Warner, M. A., 0. D. St. Thomas. Ont. Sauret, the eminent violinist, and Levy the groat, conirtisi. t brother of ['asanui lledivius, who auuniussed foruine on the vaudeviilp stane will llis wonderftil violin playing I lived in a parrel in London a-id 'iser.l to put their few coppers Hi lict a meal, and tin. one that possess ed a few cigarettes was. the IK f-veutiially toured witluthe Madame Tnttl concert compSny and othei leading concert coR.nanics. and alsr a concert his own. Th MARY'S' FRIENDS SAVED HER Toronto, Sent. Alary I Haars, tlie well connected Edmonton j woman, who'pleaded !o stealing i i diatiKind fins from ths T. Katon j store, was let on suspended sent- 'ice todav. Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit' alone to that proud emin- ence Alberta's 3cst Baking Powder is uniform, is dependable. Your j cer knows him. :.en you bu ask for matches THEY HAVE1 A, TRUE SAFETY -HEAD, 'WITH' SILENT TIP. WILL fJEVER-' EXPLODE II' STE .ON. Eddy's Matches sat- isfied Canadians since othera The E. B. 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