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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
VOCAL ARTISTS WELL RECEIVED TWO GREATEST IN HISTORY Raab Says: ritUllSDAY. MAY II, 1911 and Tliro SnluKts and IVtUal Clioir Present iMra-in ln.;raiii at the Oliicr. Thr yr-con- of tho MTirs f concerts In th .May festival forif.i at the Oliver theatrr Wflnc.-ulay ovt-nincr maintain ed tin htandard st y th- ojnin;r program on Tud.iy. To thu.' who ;ttndti Tuf-day's ronc-rt that com ment is illuminating and u f f kif-nt. The program W-Jns(!ay was iro-fnt-d ly thr artists and the !.tival choir. Th- latter organization, unique Jn the fact that its formation was more or less Monta neons, reflect ed not a little credit upon omh Ilend j timers a.s a whol Frances I re; ram. contralto of the! iio itre.il ami ''hirao (Jraml jj ra. j vunjj.nm-;-, ih'ivii -V.' ill own, .vO- prano, ami Theodore Harrison, bari tone, were the soloist. I'.ai h was en thusiastically received. The entire pro Kiara wis vocal, not a single pl.'ice he in slven to an intrnmntal number, and yf-t there was not the slightest hint of monotony. Thf lively appre ciation of the audience lued never an instant, and encores were repeat edly demanded from all of the sing- tf, each of whom graciously respond ed. iMls Ingram, whose work in opera liad made her familiar to some of South Hend's music lovers, was ac corded an ovation when she appeared fr her first number, the aria, "J'ai Perdu mon Eurydice," from "Orpheus and Kurydicfl" by Glwk. The depth ami fullness of the sinir's tone and all its marvelous sweetness were re vealed In this number. Her dramatic 1-resentatlon gave evidence that her endowment of talent for oj ra includes a great deal more than a wonderful voice. This fact was further empha sized In the first of the group of songs which comprised M:s Ingram's sec ond number, "IHeure Kxquise," bv Uahn. 'The Cry of Itaehel" by Salter brought the climax when voice and action Joined in putting forth riK'h a gripping, soul-seizing effect that for a moment at the close. the audience sat tense; then burst into applause which It seemed would never end. Miss Ingram was the second art ist of tho evening to pay tribute to the talent of the. American composer, iid iiey Homer, her presentation of the familiar "Banjo Song" following "Undo Rome" by Mr. Harrison. There i.s a longing, wbstful tone in these dia lcct songs which ii their peculiar -harm. And certainly tne voices of the artists left nothing to lie desired in tho presentation, both of them hav ing a peculiar sympathetic quality. Miss I?rown. though quite different In appearance, voice and "presence" from Miss Ingram, was none the less harming. The simple frankness of lier attitude and the striking beauty of her voice won instant favor with the audience. Miss Hrown's opening number vas the aria, "11 est lion, 111 est doux," by Massenet. This is not florid, a little more melodious, per haps, than the usual aria, ami served to reveal striking qualities in the singer's voice. Miss Urown has power at her command, but it is when she holds it firmly in check that her sing ing Is most charming. She produces a pure, rounded tone winch positively thrills, in a measure, doubtless, through the suggestion of reserve pow er constantly present. The closing number of Miss Brown's group. "Maids of Cadiz" was a particularly brilliant and clear-cut piece of artistry. It is safe to say that Mr. Harrison proved one of the most popular bari tones ever heard in South Bend. a oice has u particular brillLim 'f;r.V:UzB::5r tfrxgfcV zBHJEzzzzzz:zzz;5:; 51 G ---------"r 'Kzzzzzzzzz;z;:. i l v "':Hh:::::::::"-. Tij Sir 'zzzzxzzzzzzzzs! r 4 Hfi Vj m(&z2 1 IKr - r.v.:t zCf) JfirfK fzzzzzzzzzzz:::;;:;: L y 1 nVV viMW 32SilV '". I pqjj , j ' ,-Jj 'sf 'V - " 4 rz J 15 THE FAN AM A CANAL This Ur-onderf-il watrrwjy coa inroxoo9 and involved a nin-u! cut thrwufHt irwMjntaia, the erection cf fix pairs cf jijwtic locks, 4 a dim x$ feet hih and a mile fonf. Th iiS' ttnee it saves 6,000 milrjwill rrvolu'JJUK comwercc arul place the United States first w4rz the W4ix narins of te uKjrU. The AnWeuser-Busch plant cojt about oae-seve&ih as nuckai this canal one was built by a nation, the other Vy an institution. he supreftiScy of Buclweiser lias been built up by the natural and continued choice of the people. Its sales exceed those of any other beer by millions of bottles proving its ever-increasing popularity. Budveiser is brewed, aged iuuj . av Vw iwwb kfiuiiw ua uiw wwiiu, f occupying 142 acres covered by no separate buildings. More than 7500 people are required to help Budweiser a ' keep pace with the public demand. tOTTLtO OHIY AT THE HOME PLANT ANHEUSER-BUSCH ST. LOUIS W. J. Yore Distributor South Bend, Ind. 1 ft? m Moderation order your Spring and Summer clothes till Saturday. Look for Raab's ad in the Friday evening papers, announcing the opening of at 121 North Michigan Street i V :v - V - 'v' W P1 . " Theaters viMriu:i) cui-KXWoon. Winifred dreenwood will lo shown at tho Surprise theater tdi'.y in an American frontier comedy called "The Independence of Susan." This is a one reel drama tivin a comprehen sive version of the experiences and tribulations of the homesteader. The j(ast includes Winifred (Jreenwood, Kd Coxen and George Field. "Miss Nobody 1'roni Nowhere." In ! this two reel Imp drama we have .Mis.-: llisjKthel flrandin, featured in a role es ami i pe ia.Ily written for her by Monte M. sympathetic quality in the upper re-1 Katterjohn. scenario editor or the ixter wh!cli shone forth to pood ad- ! Fastern Fniversal eonipany. We feel antape In the more dramatic num.- j confident that' Miss Jrandin has not ters He will be heard affain tonight. hail a role more suited to her. one that m,mhr hv ?n,. n.sfiv:il choir ! allows hep more opportunity to dis- hesides evidencing a ureat deal of in dividual talent reflected considerable credit upon Milton H. tliit'fith. who directed. Mr. (Iriffith had his singers tr.ained to a remarkable precision, as revealed In the attack as well as the) delicate tone shading. This is more romarkable inasmuch as the organiza tion was effected but a short time airo. Jrhaps the most brilliant number l.y th? choir was "Hail Fright Abode." irt.m Tannhauser. "The Snow" by i:iiar. whih was iven with violin oblipata by Frank F. Kendrie reveal ed the tone shading to l st advantage. ( lose her delicate charms, her marked (motional powers and the delightful humor that she is possessed of. It is a, melodrama first and last, there is .1 thrill and i;rip of swift moving action and cleverly wrought climaxes, and yet every scene pos- 1 sessos humanness witn tnat reiiecnon U'f humor that counteracts any bitter ' ness that mav be left bv reason of the This afternoon and eenir.' the con- t fij It m intuvi niti i S! in nhi oiv ! characters. . , : , t . . ..N-..t...i t. .i'-nv l irvi. : ailil difficult stM)s that tragic note in some of the scenes. The scenes which represent the under world in which we first find our little ln-roine, throb with realism. rl h n we are taken into a modern dancing school and here araiu we live with the learnin.: all the modern the heroine 1 j'ltdienccs. Mr. bcrhof fer's (ruani.a-; tion n:us Kained in popularity in South Fend steadily since its first appear- ! ance several years ao anil now has a , lare) following. ; Added interest in the afternoon i projrram lies in the f.tct that a South J Fend pianist who has won a hiuh ; llace in the regard of the music lovers Miss Dora Ilershenow of the 'onserva- ; tor- faculty will play "I'.tnt asic Folon ais'e" by Paderewski. with th or- j chestral acconiianiment. Alma Feck, ' contralto and Richard (.'zerwonky. i olinist, are also soloi.-ts for the atter-j noon. In the evening Fr-deric l're niantel. tenor. Loonma Allen, soprano. Theodore Harrison, baritone and ('or-! telius Van Vliet, cellist will be the folists and the orche.-tia will play. Tschaikowsky's symphny "I'a- , thetifivje." used to cinquer the "White Way with. It is said the play will strike deep into the interest of everyone who witnesses it. Tomorrow will briutf "Our Mutual Fiti" in chapter No. ldn which she will dance one of the latest, dances called the Maxixe which is Nov York's prevailing craze, and is said will teach anyone who sees this chapter. "The Pauhter of a Frook" will be shown. This is a two reel Victor drama- be deemed quietly of overworking his imagination. However Miss Crosman in "Tho Ton trues of Men" is a very unusual attraction. FIRST ANNUAL DANCE ATTRACTS BIG CROWD Fanncnt WoiKcrs Hall Attended ;;."0 Prizes (ien to the Hot AValtzors. SUB id PlISE A 2 hi Tf The new b" first, annual ball piven by the organized (larment Workers' union, local No. IS 2, at Place hall Wednesday night was a decided suc cess. Over Zi enjoyed the excellent pro gram of IS dances which wa. played by Mattes' orchestra. Prizes were awarded to Mr. Fisher and Mrs. (Sandy for being the best waltzers on the tloor. Other prizes were awarded as follows: Miss T. H. Forenz. Miss Felle Danstield. T. H. Avery. Mrs. Clarence Stahl. Miss Felle DeSonia. Feorge Thissell. ttto Permit. F. Fotige. Mrs. IM Zook. John Mullhall and Mrs. A. J. Scanlon. The committee in charge of the evening was composed of Miss Hattie I.audeman. Miss Lena Manchester. Miss Marie Uockstroh. Miss Fth l Ports. Miss Fess Hay, Miss Fertrude Maines. Miss Fertha F(nergan and August Hagquist. guardian f the organization. TWO WOMEN AVOID SOCIAL SFSStON. , A roeial sessin and danein fea tured the meeting of the Koal Neis;h )or of Anu'Tica at Fevler liall. Wed nesday nicht. Two cantlidates were initiated during the bulge work which preceded the dancing. Don't forget the s'lppr at th Court House. Saturday evening. e t)ld Advt. 100 BEAUTIFUL AND COLORED POST CARDS Many are rich an si rare pictures ui u i Tin i. ioin:i and vciiti ssi.s ai-o u -ir-rii!ing FOUNTAIN PEN All f(r onl) .o tvniv of SIOKV OF POMPFII. j It is nearly a hundred years ago that la id Pulwer Fttoti wrote "The Iast Ias of Pompeii." and during i all that time it has survived as one of the greatest. romantic novels in the world of literature, and still holds , marebu;s fascination for hos;s of .readers. Feor.ue Kleine has pro 1 duced a photo drama of the novel. The nroduction was made in Italy i atul visualizes all the most important incidents of tho story with vivid real isms. The heartrending tale of the i rf at loe of the blind flower girl. Nvdia. for her handsome waster Flau-J uus. and her terrible suffering when she learns lone has won his heart are ' all brought out with F iling truth. The tragic results of her efforts to win his be with the Use of the love ;.hilire the wicked Arb.vjs gave, and .which destroed Fiaucws' leason. is 'dramatically illustrated. And the fi nal episode showing the awful catas , troplie of the eruption f the mighty : vo'.cano of Vesuvius with its clouds of ashes, flame and smoke, completely net! i ir.ii Pomp ii is said t be re-pr.uiu.-. d with spectacular grandeur thai is awe inspirin-.: and impressive, laki ii as a w h.h it is one of 'lie rnst '.emarkable pludo dramas that has .ei ! f-H prod.tH-eil. Mr. Koine's u i ;,,u of t he u.t-i i -a s o, t-'.e attraction at the !h -iaa.y. : Wi; Vs 4 J 4 1 JlfOll 'o!T; Aid Will In! The greatest bargain in b ?aid and rare ar; pn t ires nff. i- d. Matty are hart! to o.ta:n Li :i 1 hrte said sjngl for the pri e a- ,-.s ; f'-r all. TiiPs wall .i e.nrklv to ail bfi? of the beautiful in rat ... wb, appreciate rare art pictur. of well rieIoj.eil me'e!. A reliable pif-f .Iluisr f"::r.t.t;n pn f r e watli ' K h onlcr. T'o lon havp so id for one dojlnr in ;''rr:. Th- M rx.mrirnl eanU ai T: . ill for I She be! . M Ton IIF Itll IT.V C IIOM AX. o- bo offi. e of the olivt-r theater opt n on Friday morning. May 1". tfu- sale of !: kets for Henrietta -man in "The Tonuues of Men." .s only to -ie one ierformaiue i ii. t Monday ewning. trosaan openel with "The f Mfit" in Octo...T ia.-t at Alter went sent- i e Harris th-'.tt'T m New York. New 'o:K engagement she on to ir with tne :i'. a:oi has pr for but C1-XTILL d. rv it- from New OPERATIONS By Taking Lydia E. Pink hfcm's Vegetable Compound. Chicafro, 111. "I must thank yen with nil my heart for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. I used to go to my doctor for pills and remedies and they Cid not help me. I had headaches and could not eat, and tho doctor claimed I had female trouble and must have ancpera- (tion. I read in the paper about Lydia K. Pinkham's Vege table Compound and I have taken it and feel fine. A lady said one day, 0h, I feel so tired all the time and htve head ache. I said. 'Take Lydia E. Pink- ham did Karschnick Chicago, The Other Case. Dayton, 01 Voetabl pains m my Fia? that 1 had Inr years and which doctors' medicines failed to relieve. It has certainly L'aved me from V. 1 t X 2. TODAY WINIFRED GREENWOOD In THE INDEPENDENCE OF SUSAN A well-aeted drama picdiatd under tho direction f Tom Kiela-lts f r 1 1 1 Auier i'a ii rilni .Maiiufa'turiiiir t '-'mpaiiy. with all details faithfully carried out. " Excel lent i.!i"t')i-.i.lii(- itnlity prevails. A very colilllielidahie SllUjeet. MISS NOBODY FROM NOWHERE Kay SmaThvuod H the dire-trr of the play. lie '!i; s mad" tlit scene which represent th" umlerwi.rld in which we tirst liad ur little heroine, throh with realism. Then we art taken into a modern dancing school ami here again we live with the iharacters. horning all the modern ami dillhuli steps that the heroine uses to eon- pier the -White Way" with. Then th-re is the stage ami the strong lights. The entrants ;iri. Ka-cti and the he.irt-interest is ai'i'e.dlnjr. In fact it is . idav t strike into the iideret .f everyone who ss it one that makes yea t!:irik. and ;it the same time le.m a nleasant t retlt deep w i t ir et taste rra rr n fas OLIVE P fa ONE NIGHT MONDAY, MAY 18. HENRIETTA (i Rfl (& ft Tri 1 Iffi As TEMPERAMENTAL JANE In her great success THE TONGUES OF MEN Hy Ctlwanl ChihN Can("tr. l'KICKS 25c. 30c 75c. S1.00 and $1.50. Scats on Sale Friday. 4 i C' . 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