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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD September 2.IL Lim. We a ftw Soiled of us, Fry s and Lowney's 'Tvhich-we -will' close o'nt al cost, in -order to make! worn for-our new stock. iMoivV lib 1'iaek'jiges Moir's packages Fry'? "Loins'' llti pat-knge Fry's "Kovnl" 2'tb paek'u.ge BoycVs lib package Boyd's 3Ib iwckage.......... We Iwvc Fi-esh Supply 75c. OW Stand FREE TICKETS for the MISSOURI GIRL Toronto Conservatory Of Music EDWARD FHHEfl, Mm. Dec, Mnicil Director Reopens Tuesday September 3rd ATTENDANCE LAST STUDENTS Faculty of One Hundred Specialists CONSERVATORY RESIDENCE for young lldy btinj .rutly enlarged ana inill bt ready for Ibe opening. YEAR iOOK, 170 pages, mailed on DA1RY COMPANY IS GROWING Hirrll InduWrV DivilopinJ Into i Vtry Canrtrn Th'fe 'first Ave persoiis fiiulrhg t'lie "Losl, Dog''' c oneealed hrtliis jiicture-iviul returning- smne, ad- essed to MKnaiei- Majestic Thenirc, M'il'l re'ccivc gratis two reserved tickets for the big fine slioiv. Whose n-nsw cling mifsr. mark location of. Dog iirtd enclose a'ddresa oi sender MAJESTIC THEATRE, Thursday, September 26 Hydro-Electric engineers have re- cently been preparing Io make a test fcf the water at Qlonora Lake on the mountain, Prince Edward county, to feacertain to what extent permanent power is there. Edmonton, Alia.. Sept. Dairy Ltd.. has tjeen organ lui In Mmohtoii, with a tion'of "IMhl.OOO; anS taken over the creamery and produce bosineis 'bl the J. Harris company, including tbe creaiftTes at Camrdme and >few Nor- way and a at tbe firfil- naned Jkbei: Harris, of Cam- rwe, hai elected president and manaeinj director.. There will also 'in the company tlie due Produce company, wfllcn nas de volopwl Ti itroBg traae toUnectlon anil the cOnnlry to tie lorll In'lie. last 'few yea.rs. Tbe company acquired a ware-j hnu'H In Btaonton. It il 60 by 311 'feet, aid tkreevtbreyB ilib.. wilb full basement. There is being Installed a coiaptete ontttr als- Iribntlnf ptut, the machinery for paKteuTiilng ind bottling milk, and for tbe manufacturing of ice-cream and fancy eheete. Tbe bullBHl In Edaonion will be able to utilize at once Ihe organiza- tion J. Ham'i company and Hie Leduc Produce company have biiill up In tbelr respective districts. Mr. Hirrll went IIQ Camrose five years aio, and bvian i produce busi- ness on a small The business today ii abuadaat. sYTdence ol jrowth and efficient There are two crvamirlBE, each with a larie yearly output. This Is iupplemen'ted by the recAlpts of 'produce at Canrose from tbe stores ol J. Harris company at Edbtrj and Kew Norway, ami by shipments from a score or more of general itorsE tnroufbout tbe Camrose dis- trict. 3lueh of ibis prfednce bag beec marketed In Ibe province of Britllh Columbia, where Mr. Harris spent a few yean DeTore (oin; to Camroee. XTBLLIGENT "hymn sraging .is the [subject'of a .-highlv inteiesting ar- ticle -m tne S4pfcn.ber -issue of 'The Musician" facile pen of Freaerfck Maxbh, a well inilffied to -express 'a Ve'igh'tj. opinion on the -question. Mr. Maxo'n draws a't- ten'tibh to the lact fhht the singing of the av'eraie congrega'tilin is 'iisiinl- ly marked by a slow 'dragging tcinpo, (ih'ich robs hyijins of .their vitality and interest. It goes without saying tict the tempo of a hymn time de- pends upon the character- of the text to be sung, so tbit -a tempo suited to "Onward Christian .Soldiers" would naturally be inappropriate when applied to the Wtan, Jesus Thou Art But in most church "serviws practically t-lie only musical part assigned to the congregation is the singing oi the hymns, .this sbouiil as "grealtst fun cvcnlol the sea- son" -alid amuseiherit lovers who re- member the shbw in previous yraks say the 'jpltruse is ap'tly s'elc'cteii. From 'first 'to last 'the play is "a'u av- alanche of laughter. the country la'd, the ciiici fun maker, is pronounced by critics "The greatest'coihedy character in the his- tory of the character is a 'natural one, just such a boy us everyone has met and still the situa- tions are so finfny and his actions so ludicrous tnat it keeps the audience screaming with laughter. In the sec- ontt act the country birthday party Eives an opportunity for some excel- lent vaudeville numbers and here again "Zekc Dobson" makes a hit in a country' dance, styled the clod-hop- per dance, which is said to faithfully reflect the dancing that is best liked F be done in all respects as intelligent-1 by the natives oi southwestern .Mis- 1T as possible. By skilful accompany- sD'ufi. inj oi the hymns, with due regard i.i phrasing and expression the organist has a great bpportiinitv to j A competition belt! in Paris recent- Bett Tone in New Violins lead and instruct the people to cluse attention while singing. Tire intelli- gent members "of a congreg-ir.iO'i will be alert for phrasing and nxyiics- sion as fndicate'd -in such playing and will 'be under tlie control of the i.r- gauist somewhat the. same as ;hc choir are. Tbe conacienttoiis player ui'il play tbe words, of the fcfrrin and it is thus possible to 'secure expres- sion and musical effort from a eoBsreBalion. i haVe Iwii'rd cbngrega-] iibhal singing in which tlie entire an-1 dience would phrase aiUr this man- Be Aim for KItoey Trouble Sweet Nitre PILLS THE 1 KTMME CO.. CAHAOA. ner for instance, ler, Son and Holy a decided and unanimous break at MqK. comma. They aie accustomeii tb pbruing as one voice, where the pense indicates it, even nitbdn cothmas, and to singing exprtBsively. Th'b ellect is sometimes heijrateiied bjr the omis- sion of tbe brgfn; in soften passage's, it comes but with free, fullhar- nionies when a tfiumpSant st-anra is sun? in -unisoi. Snrtly a woriliiiiiicr gets mote but of a ;hymn sung intel- ligently, ttian wMb ib Ibe care- less way so often done, an'fl his at> tent-ion is drawn to the real rrteaning of Ibe words ]4 il sinfing. By the cultivation ol this important point of intelligent congregational singmj, much lasting good can be accomplish- ed, and tlic service -will be more help- ful to everyone. ly to test Ihe 'question of wlethcr the age of a violin has anything tb do .with the quality of its tone has re- sulled in a way thai will surprise 'many lovers of the instrument. A commitlee of experts was select- ed to listen to performances on! vari- ous violins without knowing what in- strument was being .played. When a vote-was taken, the first place of ex- cellence of tone was awarded tp a r in Belgium, violin of lOll j only ly a narrow margin. These two instruments, valued at about each, defeated a Stradivarius valued at which came third. 'A Ouarnerius, valued_at J10.000, was at all. J.in de Reizke Decllnei Offer from Chicago Opera Company That Jean de Reszke is not to sing With the Chicago Opera company was states positively by the famous tenor In n card which he sent recently to Naw Genctrto by The right of Srst perlormancc o! Felix Weingartftet's new Violin Con- certo has been secured by FriB Kreis- time In Vienna on October 28. Twvo ler, who iinll -perform il Tor the first more performances have been arrang- ed at Amsterdam and The Hague, fol- bis friend, L. M. Kuben, the Montreal impresario. "Tlic proposition of Dip- pel 'flatters me very wTotc if. de Resikc, "but I will not give up j my school or my pupils. Everything I has its time, and mine is past." A Boclon Critic on Bayreuth The truth is that there if hardly a sign as yet oi what will happen at and to Uayreuih in 1913 and the years thereafter. The performances Iliis Summer have run in much the usnol fashion. been niucli to praise in the orchestra and the conductors there has been laudable cHort lo belter the stage managc- High Class Tailoring Est Opened at 418 5th St., near Bijou Theatre This parlor shows the HIGHEST GRADES of Canadian.. Scotch, English and the I'Veudi .Weaves. The designs al'c the very latest. Tlic cutters and'workmen arc exports. Prices are within the reach oi everybody who desires garments made to individual measurements. Frank K. MacLeod HILDRETH'S OLD STAND Last Showing Today OF THE SWELL WEEK- END PROGRAM "The Hobo's Re- demption" A Powerful Portrayal of Re- generation. "A Night Out" Fanciful Funny Foto-FIlm "Driftwood" OUR. SPECIAL FEATURE IT'S GREAT "Seeing Buffalo" vA Pleasurable Scenic Miss Agries Errol Starland's Sweet Soprano mvc come these many vears, and ob-I in.trumenfB are 30 valuable ami bet- lor than new ones; it is not 'that a violin is old that it is valuable, for 1 -have seen inuny old violins which servers judged them neither more nor ess intelligent and appreciative than those oT the recent seasons of ilim- icd glories. As yet there is nol a sign that they or theirs will not come to Bayreuth in J913. Or that they T. Parker in Boston N'oney in Dzncing It is said that tlie celebrated Rus- sian and Mine. Kar- sav'ina, have been earning a ye.ir since they leit Russia. Good Prdgrom al Starland A meritorious program is being shown at, Starland [or this week-end, the entire hill being excellent-, and well balanced. The foremost attraction, a recent Vitagraph production, entitled "The Hobo's is a splendid drama, and whilst the title is none loo good, the story itself is a able, surprise. Another great oilcring on the progrnm is the ludicrous com- edy satire, "A Night which were only worth a few dollars. It is i nthe llrel place imperative Lbat the violia must be built the master hand, with great patience and care, and wilh a good kiiodledgo and choice of wood. If tbe question had been put lo the greatest genius Stradivari, as to how he made his violin, he would have- said, "I really don't taiow, but you can see how I muke for 1 don't think Stradivari had many secrets, il would be tbe same as ask- ing Shakespeare how be wrote his wonderful works, und the Im- mortal Handel got his inspiration to write such a wonderful work as the Mesafali. II Is the sift or genius, the same us the old phonhets were spirit- ually inspired. Slradivari did not labor on those beautiful and wonderful Instruments directly for financial re- sult, for ba'd he been poor indeed, he i would have done just the same work, i nuno He soon became famous for his ivon- verit- derful and beautiful violins, violas and 'cello-3. Nobles sent messengers for them lor their royal orchestras. They had to stay with. SlraLlvari until the orders were completed, which often is [ully sufficient to raise bowls oi J ]aated montbs Antonio Stradivari was born in 1641 laughter from everyone. Many other excellent features are I Ai6A in niE nine-ty-Uiird year .in 17 to be found on the bill, making a i He was a pupil to Nicilo Ama.ll, an- visit to popular Starland renliy -other famous maker op'd when Amati worth while. died he left Ills locls und plant lo Stradivari, ivhoni he held in great GOOD LOOKS sire often 11 inalter of bringing them out.. Very i'ew persons look equally n't- tractivo in every position. make It i point to Iioae all sitters until we obtnill the posi- tion in which ihey look their host. TISE 3rd Ave. BeEidc Baptist Church Old Violins For many years I have studied the mystery and history of old violins, and have often been aslccd why ihe-se lowed by the first production pi Ibis wl concerto in America at Boston, also do meni anil break a li'tlle the routine of tradition. The devotees aside, in vhosc eyes Cositnii and Siegfried can Mr. Krcidler. Additional -perlorm-' complaint of the quality of the sing- have been planned in Berlin, ers, ol the blind following of what London, ChemnTtz and Paris. The composition is shortly to be publish- ed by breitkont tc Hartel. "Tbe Mlaaourl Girl" "The Missouri a comedy that has stood tlie lest 01 eleven years before the public and never yet failed to please, will bt the ofirrinp; al UK Majestic thrnlre on Thursday heitl. ..This H. lifini; n.o'.her and son'sec fit to enforce as "the Master's will." A younger gen- eration of singers, doubting the pres- tige of Hayreutb and unwilling to subdue Ibcir own 1o young SiegfriKl's, is shy of calls thither. The Warners, by predilection, turn to Ilic old'; hut all the "inner meanings" in tlic world coulil not. atone tor the resurrection of such a vocal wreck as Van Dyck for "Parsi- fal." Vcl the thrones came, as Ihey FOR PLUMBING, HEATING AND HARDWARE GET OUR PRICES MAPLE PAINTS 4 VARNISHES T11K IllvST OX TIIK Hart Patterson Co. Phone 1291 313-13ih St. N. esteem. In I'ifiS Michelo Mouzi. a ricli Venetian hanker, ordered a. number of violins, vlolaa and 'cellos, were presented to King .lames II. They were so much liked by His MnjCBty. that he ordered a viol di from Stradivari In 1GS6. Stradivari worked in a Jktle room nt the top of his house standing in the Plilzzn Rorila Cremona. The world-fnnious violinist Y'sayc played on a Strad. when' IIP toured America not very long ago. TTis value of the instrument was tlilfly-two thousand dollars' It was molcn from liim in .Mcacow, Russia, and he wns. compensated twenty thousand dollura for the loss, We nave to thank an Italian named Lui7.i Tarisio, an itiner- ant fiddler, who used to travel roisui with the fairs in Itnly, with the' spec- ial object or picking up an old violin anyhow and In any place. In ;i short lime ho had quilo a collection. One day be travelled to Paris with. ,i sack full, and on approhrhlni; a dealer, he ordered out of 'the music store, being mistaken for a tramp. Us wng eventually allowed lo show his con- tents of the sack, which contained some violins of Ilia best old inasi'Ts. The bargain was made aiul he return- ed a irackel full of money. Then (hc-re were enquiries for Tarisio, they wonted some more. .Charles lleade. the novelist, who was a Treat fiddle dealer, mid knew Tarisio, has well said "the man's whole soul was in his vio- lins." Tarisio visited England in 1851. The later part of his life he lived in Milan, in a. room over a second- clas-j restaurant in the Via Lcenano Portii-Tesuliii. happy wilh his old violins. Ifo never allowed anyone in his room, loeki-ng himself in and out. One day ill 1S54 he wciit up there for the lart time. Me died surrounded by his violins lie loved, no one being with him when he died. The neighbors missed him, and eventually broke open the door, there poor old Tarisio lay( dead on an old couch, around him lay piles of fiddle boxes, violins, 'cellos, parts of old violins, etc. Half a dozen Strarts. were there, a Gaspare, a Huz- leri, nnd a hundred Hnlian fiddles by different makers, including Uie fnmriiis .Messiah Strad. On hearing of his death, Vlllaime, who was a friend of Tarfsio's. rushed off nnd finding Tari- sio's .relatives, asked where are the violins. have sis here, but. the others are Ht LMIan. Villaume opened the cases. The first was a splendid Hfrad. the second a Joseph Del lesn. third a Carlo Hcrgonzi. fourth 2nd fifth two Guaraginnis, the Inst the fnmouFi fie visited the attic In Milan and found 246 more. He bought the lot for n little over fifteen thousand dollars, one of these violins being worth more- Violins will be nmdc and copied, but never again will there bu a Amati or Stradivari. TaMe SiSver i Grnco, bcfintyand aro nil I combined in silver articles mnrkcd This br.ind, known as "Silver Plate Mat Wean" is made; in the heaviest grade of plntc. There, f .ire mnnv floflipiis from 1 I which Ho hy ;