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THE EVZJTINO CITIZEN, OTTAWA, CANADA, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1934. Citizen Phones: Queen 5500. SDL Nini Theilade the "Dream Dancer" Cantor Presenting i Tribute Seen To I Comin? To Urges Importance Of Research Work Broadcasting Of MUSIC An Unique Program Featuring Traditional Heb News in Dominion rew ana numsu Edited by ISABEL C. ARMSTRONG Office: Q.

5300. Residence: Q. Song. Music lovers interested to the novel in music, will have an unusual treat in the sacred concert to be presented cn Sunday evening, Feb System Adopted For United States Gosely Parallels That in Vogue in Canada For Eight Months. Dr.

G. S. Whitby Stresses IS'eed of Continuous and Systematic Support. Maintenance or support of scientific research facilities as a condition of tariff protection was commended for consideration by Dr. G.

S. Whitby, director of the division of chemistry. National Research, Laboratories, in an address here last evening. He was speaking before i i I I Av L. ruary 4.

by Rev. Cantor J. A. Dora-kind at the Rldeau Street (. II.

Bramwell Bailey A new step toward acceptance ot the principle cf property right In news was seen yesterday by E. Norman Smith, vice-president of the Ottawa Journal and honorary pre Colorful Incidents Have Marked Career Temple Choir Artist Paris Instrumental Quintet which will give a concert for the Morning Music Club on Friday. February 16. instead of the usual day, Thursday. Cantor Dorskina possesses a dramatic tenor voice of splendid range and poer.

He has been associated with the Rideau Street Synagogue as director of music for many sident of the Canadian Press, in the The Quintet, l.ow making a first tour on this continent, boasts of a personnel of artists all of whom are i i Mr. Stanley Maxted who will be guest artist with the Ottawa Tem- new news broadcasting program to go into effect in the United States years, ana has a inorougn mow-ledge of his work. He has composed many songs in Hebrew and and Yiddish on which he is an au March 1. ft i r-, VV thority and has arranged collection of liturgical melodies widely in use YS XT Xw "The program arranged in the United States after conferences of newspaper, press association and radio group is very much of a tribute to the system followed In Canada for the last eight months by cantors in the United States and Canada. Cantor Dors kind was born in Odessa, Russia, and he received his pie Choir at their annual concert on Thursday February 15th, is one of the most interesting and gifted figures in Canadian musical circles.

Following a colorful career in soldiering, steel puddling and lumbering, Maxted abandoned commercial life for an artistic career, and made his professional debut as a singer in Montreal, presenting the poems of A. A. Milne, which Fraser-Simnson had set to music. and apparently working satisfac "Still in her gorgeous youth," as Edward Moore said in the Chicago Tribune of January 17 last, "she has the gift for fluid unbroken motion. In addition, she has personality, charm, and a fine sense of what tan be expressed by the dance." Nini Theilade will appear at the third event of the Tremblay Series, on Monday.

February 19th, in the Glebe Collegiate. torily to all," Mr. Norman, Smith said. "In Canada the agreement was reached between the Canadian Press, co-operative association of the daily newspapers and the Do early musdical training at Birn-baum Studio, Schenstchow. He will have the assistance of his well-trained male choir and a string orchestra and will present the following program which includes many of his own compositions as well as traditional Hebrew and Yiddish folk songs and liturgical melodies.

1. Psalm 24 Ml YaJeh, by A. Shestopal, cantor and choir. 2. Tikant ha bos, by Rev.

Dor- "Alice in Wonderland" Is Presented Bv Students of High School of Commerce the inaugural meeting of the Laboratories' Staff Science Association. It was the clear duty of all who understood the importance ot scientific research. Dr. Whitby said, to l03e no opportunity of influencing public opinion on the necessity of continuous and systematic research in present day society. "There is need," he declared, for iterating and re-iterating, with all the expository force and illustrative example at our command, the truth that scientific research should be viewed, not merely as an aid to be called in spasmodically when difficulties arise or when industry is facing a technical crisis but that it should be maintained steadily and regarded as a charge on Industry as essential as insurance or even as sales organization.

It is hardly necessary for me to say how far most of our industrialists ar from an appreciation of this truth? Dr. Whitby reviewed the work in progress in his division from that on the tar sands of Alberta on which he said it was not too soon to commence intensive study because oil wells would some day go dry and the "wolf would be at tha garage door" to that on asbestos, wool, textiles, refining clays, sugar, natural gas, rubber, etc. He deplored the fact that the laboratories had been unable to date to develop a systematic program of work; for the construction industry or a more intensive program in textiles and food. While on a visit to New York to record thirty-five of these little songs, he scouted around the radio studios and an audition at Columbia brought him two yeare' contract as staff artist with the big American network. Radio Program Director.

8ince June of last year, Mr. Maxted has been regional director of programs at Toronto, for the Canadian Radio Commission, achieving, with patience, tact and fine ability the Job of building programs that would bring credit to skind, cantor and choir. Presenting for their fifth annual distinguished virtuosos in their own right. Well known in this city is Rene LeRoy, considered one of the foremost flutists in France today. He is director of the quintet which in the past eleven years has given more than three hundred concerts throughout Europe.

Machine Gunners Open Headquarters Training The representative Ottawa unit of the Canadian Machine Gun Corps Company, 4th Machine Gun Battalion opened headquarters training for the year 1934 a fortnight ago, and are now proceeding with an intensive training schedule. The activities are based upon the forthcoming central camp of Machine Guns, and are in the nature of preparation for the work that will be covered at that time. The results obtained from a similar camp last year were exceedingly satisfactory, and it is anticipated that with the greater experience, even greater benefits will result in 1934. A limited number of recruits are being taken on at the present time, for purposes of the 1934 training season. The personnel of the unit enjoy considerable advantages insofar as sporting activities are concerned; while they are also privileged to shoot at Connaught ranges throughout the summer by reason of this company's connection with the Garrison Rifle Association.

The unit meets at the quarters in the Drill Hall Wednesday nights at 8 o'clock. Assistant conductor and accompanist of the Ottawa Temple Choir, who will accompany Mr. Stanley concert an adaptation of Lewis Carrol's immortal "Alice In Wonder 3. Ave Horachamim, by Rev. Dorskind, cantor and choir.

4. For You Alone, by Henry Maxted in his grouped numbers at the annual concert next Thursday Greehl, N. Greenberg. 9. Yaddisne Momme, by Jack evening.

land," students of the High School of Commerce last night placed another leaf in their wreath of the commission and absorb as many aa possible of the artists anxious successful amateur entertainments. to make radio their career. In ad' The concert, staged under the auspices of the Teachers' and Stu minion's only domestic news agency, and the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission, which controls and directs broadcasting in Canada. "This was somewhat less involved than the negotiations in the United States, where the three nation-wide press associations conferred with the two nation-wide broadcasting chains and the publishers' national radio committee. "It is significant that whereas under the United States program all expense incident to the functioning of the bureau compiling the two five-minute broadcasts daily is paid by the broadcasting companies, the Canadian Press refused to accept any payments.

Under the agreement originally advanced, the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission proposed to make payments for broadcasts of Similar extent and their compilation but the board of directors of the Canadian Press declined any remuneration. "In Canada, accordingly, the Canadian Press prepares two five-minute bulletins for use at stated hours and these are read by commission announcers as written, with credit in each bulletin to the Canadian Press." Says a Good lord For Radio, Records dition, his gifts as an interpretive and versatile artist have graced the major programs sponsored by dents' Council, revealed consider Yellen, L. Mirsky. 6 Shall I Be a Rabbi, by Kip-nts, G. Shore.

7. Ani Maamin, by Vasilkovski, Rev. J. Dorskind. 8.

Jewish Folk Songs, a. Er Zol Zein a Better; b. Gute Voch, by Benzman, cantor and choir. 9. Psalm 30 Zambo Ladonoi, by Rev.

Dorskind, male quartet. 10. Psalm 115 Adonoi Zechpronu by Rev. Dorskind, cantor and choir. able talent in many of those taking part; while the ingenuity and com pleteness of detail with which it was presented bespoke weeks and weeks of hard work on the part of Mr.

A. Suaor Greaves, who has been a frequent contributor to the Music Page, has a good word to say this week for the service rendered to the cause of music, the music-loving public and artists themselves cast and directors. 11. Al Tirch, by Rev, Dorskind, cantor and choir. the commission, and he has somehow found time to make occasional welcome appearances on the concert stage.

His forthcoming visit to Ottawa is a subject of marked interest in musical circles of the Capital. The solo role in "The Desert" is peculiarly fitted for his dramatic abilities. The assistant conductor of the Temple Choir, Mr. H. Bramwell "Alice in Wonderland" was pre sented in six scenes with orchestral music and other entertainment In Foremost Composers Justice Greenshields 73 MONTREAL, Feb.

2. On his 73rd birthday Chief Justice R. A. E. Greenshields of the Quebec Superior Court today received a bouquet of roses and an address front the criers of the local court.

He writes as pyk. C. Collins. E. Kennedy, L.

Stewart, F. Martin. J. Ryebeck. H.

Eastwood. The Royal Minuet: Lois Brown. Grace Morrison. Marjorle Brown. Thel-ma LaSalle.

Tillle Barrett. Ruth Slebs. Thelma 8parrow. Ethel Nolan. The Cut Dance: Edith Sunderland, Dorothy Ward.

Iris Brattoa, Lucy Kalll. Doris Holmes. Magrlchuk. Irene Bratton. Ivy Frank.

Janet Larocque. Agnes Wood, Elsie Wight. Evelyn Sara-rtn. The Mat Hatters: Agnes Wood. Ray Wnebere, Iris Bratton.

Peggy Cain, Evelyn Sarazln. Vera Eustace, Betty Silver. Blanche Bartlett. Elsie Wight, Lucy Kalil. Ivy Frank, Irene Bratton.

In the Glee Club were: Sopranos: R. Armstrong. A. Bestron, D. Boucher, E.

Boyd. E. Bradly. E. Cameron, J.

Campbell. J. Carpentl. T. Carpentl, Dalrs, Dubois, B.

Duquette, C. Gol-llnger. D. Graham. K.

Kent, J. Larocque. M. Lewis, R. Llcari, J.

McCallum. J. Miller. E. Patterson.

L. Patterson. C. Pleet. W.

Potter, I. Quale, I. Qulnn. J. Sarazin, N.

Shrader. B. Stevens. I. Thompson, A.

Valllancourt, N. Wilson: and altos: J. Albert, D. Berney, M. Cook.

J. Hlbberd, G. Hunt. T. LaSalle.

A. Leverque. R. MacDonald, E. McCallum.

M. McEwlng. D. Mc-EUigott. F.

Marshall, M. Melley, M. SouUr, E. Wight. The orchestra was composed of Elodle Cheney.

Harold Glatt, Agnes Jelenluk. Phyllis Jones, Lillian Kenny, Jack Kostenuk. Faith Marshall, Doreen McEIllgott. Donald Munro, Rita Overall, Florence Rae. Eileen Singleton, Rose Slack, James Townshend.

May VII-leneuve. Margaret Whitehead. Audrey Stanley. Thomas Innes, Lome James. Ritchie Cobb.

Alexander Jelenluk, Frank Constantino, Gerald Coughtrey, Keith Hamilton, Beverley Prette, John Armstrong, Jack Cook. Donald Smith. Ivan Wlmperls. Fred Chapman, Macintosh Robertson. Members of Committees.

Members of the committees In by radio and records, the intervals. The program opened with a by the orchestra, followed by follows: I think we should be most grateful and appreciative of the fact that it Is passible these days to hear Citizen Classified Ads. meet your every need. Bailey, well known as a gifted and sympathetic artist, will be the ac the title song by- the Glee Club. companist in Mr.

Maxted's grouped numbers, many of which are being given by popular request. Then came the first scene, "Alice's Dream," during which "Where'er You Walk" and "Listen to My Tale of Woe" were rendered by the boy sopranos. Scene two was in the "Duchess' Kitchen," following which an address was given by T. Appreciation For Ottawa Orchestra Patten, B.A., B.Paed principal of the school. Scene three was "The Royal Minuet" and the "Cat Dance," done by the Glee Club and JfsjrUaifa" 1 jSBBKjf- IWJJBW5a the Commerce Girls.

The Com Have Been Inspired By Paris Ensemhle Some of the foremost composers of the day have been inspired to writ new works especially for the Paris Instrumental Quintet, -that unique French ensemble which now Is making its first American tour and which will be heard at the Morning Music Club Friday, February 16. The unusual combination of Instruments in the quintet which includes the flute, harp, violin, viola and violoncello produces rare and beautiful tone coloring. It has proved particularly appealing to such modern composers as D'Indy, Roussel, Debussy, Ravel, Hindemith and Pierne all of whom have written works for this ensemble. A number of these works will undoubtedly appear on the program which is presented in this city. Only recently at one of Its Paris concerts the quintet gave the premier performance of Gabriel ARTHUR FORD'S COMMENT.

(Canadian Press.) LONDON, Feb. 2. The new news broadcasting program In the United States is almost identical with the agreement reached last June between the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission and the Canadian Press, it was pointed out today by Arthur R. Ford, managing editor of the London Free Press and member of the board of directors of the Canadian Press. "The United States proposal that two five-minute broadcasts be arranged daily exactly parallels the Canadian system In extent of news broadcasting, though the content of the broadcasts is not to be on the same up-to-the-minute basis as the Canadian Commission's broadcasts," Mr.

Ford said. merce Girls then presented their such splendid renderings of the world's best music over the radio, as has been our good fortune of late. This is of untold benefit In view of there being practically no other means of hearing such high-class performances of symphony music, at least, in this city, except through the gramophone. Recently we have been privileged to hear over the air glorious symphonic works, including the first and fourth of Brahm's stupendous symphonies, Cesar Franck's charming symphony, an early work by the much-talked-about ultra-modernist, Arnold Schoenberg, and the ever-delightful Romeo and Juliet overture by Tschaikowsky. To those who may find such music difficult to understand and enjoy, I would say that with patience, sympathy, constant listening and study, the trouble will right Itself in a great many cases.

I would suggest the help of such excellent books as Surette and Mason's Appreciation of Music, Han- "Dance of the Mad Hatters" In, the scene of the famous tea party. The scene in the Queen's croquet ground was followed by an exhibition by the bovs' gym team. The last scene was "The Trial," in which the Glee Dear Miss Armstrong, I was much pleased with the very fine concert given by the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra on Thursday. I see no reason why this orchestra should not develop into an orchestra worthy to take its place beside the leading ones in Canada and very good ones in other countries. It Is quite "professional" in its playing.

While of the Japanese conductor proved to be first class, with sound training and thorough musi charge were as follows: Concert, R. J. McMillan. A W. E.

White. B.A., R. A. Bell, B.A., D. M.

Clark. Miss D. Shannon. A J. G.

Cameron. Margaret Jackson. Evan Macaulay; Club was again heard. The Cast. The cant was as follows: Alice.

Mrlon Gardner; Alice's Sinter, Betty Hockey; Ktm. Cameron Mc-Dougall: Queen. Phyllis Jonea; Knave. Kenneth Meyer; Duchru, Sylvia Motion; cianship, it must not be forgotten program. W.

E. White, A. J. H. Yooom.

BA: tickets and finance. Dr. F. C. Anderson.

BA. Evan Macaulay; dances. Miss D. Shannon. B.A..

Miss M. Peterkln: athletics, J. G. Cameron. Hatter.

Evan Macaulay: Hare. George that much credit Is due to the untlr. ing efforts of Mr. John Cavlll for the state of the material which the guest conductor utilized to such satisfying effect In the Beethoven Baker: Dormoune. Stephen Kenward; A P.

Berthlaume. B.A.; costumes. Pierne's Variations Libres et Finale, composed especially for this or "The two bulletins compiled daily for the Radio Commission include last-minute breaks. But under the United States program, no morning paper news is broadcast until 9.30 o'clock the following morning and no evening paper news until nine o'clock at night. Furthermore, the United States program provides the PERFECT SERVICE Striving always toward the goal of perfection, taking as our gauge of success: "How Well Can We Do It." a-e-Veitch son- DIRECTORS OF FUNERAL SERVICE Vunera! Apartments 453 Parkcfale Sfve.

Phone Sh. 202 Miss M. McDonagh, lighting, R. J. McMillan.

A Everette Kennedy; ganization. The work was pro chett's Art of the Musician, Henderson's The Orchestra and Orches Symphony the great Fifth. Mr, randy. Girls' Athletic Association. Cavill has matured greatly since I Noreen Tabor: orchestra.

J. W. Bearder. us F.R C.O. heard his orchestra last and tie Stage and properties were In charge serves the respect and confidence of the musical public.

The very of E. Fraser. R. T. Greer.

B.Com., H. Powell. D. Robertson. F.

Gilpin, L. selected bulletins be no more than 30 words each, though there Is no such restriction in the Canadian broadcast. tricky "Espana" was very well held Rabbit, Hyman Cohen; Caterpillar, Edward Checkland; Cat, Audrey Stanley; Prog. Frankom E. Martin; Fish, Billy McPhall: Cook.

Abraham E. Ginsberg; Juror. Evelyn Sarazln: 1st Gardener, Douglas Hunt: 2nd Gardener. Arthur Doyle; 3rd Gardener. Mervyn Yabsley; 1st Soldier.

Jark Pontine; 2nd Soldier, Donald Robertson. Boy sopranos: Svdney Bell, Mervyn Yabsley. Charles Salmon. Ray Bour-geau. 8tephen Kenward.

Lloyd Grand. Albert Steup. Fred Stewart. BUI McPhall. Ritchie Cobb.

Norman Brady. Boys' gym tram: N. Blals. A. 8tokea, E.

Evoy. C. Young. J. Smith, E.

Lee. L. Dunn. L. Bradley, H.

Davis, J. Osta- Maxwell. C. Long. D.

Nesbltt, F. Allum, together and rendered, under his baton. It is an exceedingly difficult 'The system in force In Canada. D. Swltzer, H.

Tackaberry, A. Benols; ushering. Tom Armstrong. Ralph Milne. Basil Burke.

John Kthl, Joseph Rloux. work for even professional orches generally speaking, has proved most satisfactory. It has provided competent, uniform and accurate news tras to play. I also enjoyed his Weldoo Burke, Alva Patterson, Cecil Lewis, Ira MacGregor. Arthur Salmon, Charles Fever.

Alan Sear, Lindsay Interpretation of Suzanne's Secret Overture. summaries at stated times dally nounced by Le Temps to be a "masterpiece of elegance, originality and novelty of instrumentation." Among the modern compositions which appear in the repertoire of the quintet are d'Indy's Suite, Jon-gen's Concert a Cinq and Deux Pieces en Trio, Roussel's Serenade, Debussy's Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp, Hindemith's Trio, Ravel's Sonata for Violin and 'Cello. I nearth Old Work. By no means Is the repertoire limited to modern composers. There are many rare gems of the old masters such as Mozart, Beethoven.

Haydn, Schubert and Handel. Some of these works had long been neglected and forgotten before the quintet came into being eleven years ago and proceeded to unearth them from the dusty shelves where they had long lain. Dunn. Godfrey Sproule; and vigilance, across the Dominion. And it has J.

R. Howie, A. It was a great honor to have so distinguished and so experienced a brought to outlying parts of Canada, far from dally newspapers. a vaiuaoie news summary of the day. In this respect, the 15-mlnute situations are nothing if not funny.

Kibbce has the part of a senior salesman ho is in line for the sales manager's position and his the Theaters IJL Saturday night review of each Salle New and Re-Conditioned guest conductor as Viscount Konoye and no doubt all concerned will benefit from the experience. He helped to show clearly what a fine orchestra we have in the making in Ottawa, under the self-sacrificing and genuine work of Mr. Cavlll Yours truly, A. SUZOR GREAVES, 80 Daly avenue, Ottawa. BUCHAREST! Rumania, Feb.

2. A sharp earthquake was felt here it 10 07 p.m. No damage was week's news, specially prepared for northern outposts. Is one of the most commendable Joint achievements of the Radio Commission and the Canadian Press." "Mr. Skitrh" at Rrprnt wife, Ruth Donnelly, goes to the convention with him to see that he keeps on the straight and narrow path which, the wife hopes, will help him materially in gaining the I a Genuine Comedy Will Rogers, the homely phllo- tral Music, and Hull's two splendid books on harmony.

These books are to be found In the Carnegie Library. It must of course be remembered that while such conductors as Sto-kowskl and others of the celebrated orchestras are not likely to perform works which do not contain considerable merit, tastes and opinions as to the comparative worth will vary. That Is also the case with literature and the other arts, and is precisely what helps to make the study interesting. Ally Not F.nemy. I am led to believe that the radio, which at first was a serious rival of the gramophone and actu-sl performance Is becoming one of the greatest agents in assisting the sale of records and also for promoting the desire to hear the original performers in person.

For, like a photograph, a reproduction can never take the place of the original. I personally prefer the gramophone to the radio and consider Its educational possibilities, and means for becoming familiar with the great masterpieces, supeiior to those of the radio. I am delighted to hear that the demand for good records is increasing. Over a year ago I received letters from the manufacturers, in reply to communications in whlrh I expressed appreciation for the valuable sen-ice they were rendering the public by offering so many records of high caliber, stating that it was regrettable how poor was the public response to such costly effort to supply a article. There is now an abundance ot At the convention the i sonher of Beverlev Hills, comes be- promotion, ill liuermanic caucus fore his public again in a comedy cnorus gins appear in nrnnocrs tun called "Mr.

Skltch" at the Regent. Jonn Blondell as the principal "gold dinger" who is out to make a-killing On Welfare Board from the sales staff attending the gathering. With this situation as a background it can quickly be It happens to be Will best picture in three or four attempts. And there is a girl called Florence Desmond who gives some perfectly stunning imitations of screen stars SHOUT THE NEWS! seen that there is plenty of fun In WasDneE's Understood Mayor V. J.

The brilliant artists composing the Pans Instrumental Quintet are all great virtuose in their own right. Rene Le Roy. the director and one ot the foremost flutists ot France, already has made two appearances in Ottawa and won a large following. Two years ago nc gave a recital for the Alliance Fran-calse and last year a Joint program with Marcel Orandjany, celebrated harpist, for the Morning Music Club. Rene Bas, who plays the violin, is a distinguished concert soloist.

Pierre Jamet, the harpist, has undertaken many tours throughout Europe In addition to maintaining his association with the quintet. Pierre de Grout, viola, is a flrst prize winner of the Conservatory of Paris. Roger Boutme, violoncellist, hi I 0NLY 49 I centi A fv in the piece. You ought not to i tn picture. miss Flo.

"Before MidnlRht" a dandy mys- "Mr. Skltch" is about a man who tery thriller is the second feature used to get along pretty well by I on the program. It is the story fixing things in general In Missouri, of a mysterious murder and the He had a shop and Zasu Pltn as a 1 carefully laid out plot which is un-wife, and four children. Then the ravelled by the astute detective bank broke, his mortgage was fore- Ralph Bellamy has the pnrt of clored. and he set out for California the detective and prominent In the In the old bus.

The story is about 1 cat are June Collyer and Claude that trip. This plotless story Is 1 Gillingwater. full of sood things, and Will does: Strange As It Seems" by John Madam Why Rub, Why Scrub when you can gel an Electric Washer at such a low cost? a sound Job of the name part. Hix. which is a dally feature in There is some genuine comedy In has made many phonograph records and is well known In France as a The citizen, and "The Last Dogle" a medley of cowbov songs are the shorts on the excellent program.

good music available for the gramo- rB(ll0 rtlst, Nolan Will Have Statement on Matter Today. A caucus of aldermen met last night to discuss changes concerning the number of appointments to the Ottawa Welfare Board. There was a large attendance and all were pledged to secrecy, but It was Intimated that Mayor Nolan would have a statement today. The Mayor would not discuss the matter following the meeting last night. It Is understood that a telegram was sent to Toronto yesterday asking the government's approval of a board consisting of four members of City Council and five from outside the council, and tint a favorable reply was received.

The board at present consists of three members of council and five outsiders. The membership of this board Is Col. Oeo. P. Murphy, chairman; X.

A. Stephens, Dr. Geo. 8. MacCarthy, J.

Mschido, Mrs, C. H. Thor-burn, Con. Fulgenee Chsrpentlr. Aid.

Rod Plant and o. R. PiLshman. FOR CLEANING AND PSESSING phone at moderate cost, In view of nrllirv 10c oir the tale, and some gorgeous scenery. It is by no means a mastsrpiecc.

but a quiet and agreeable and consistently amusing series of episodes in which the characterizations are well handled and the talk authentic. And you should hear Miss Drimnnd Imitate ICatherlne Hepburn, Zasu Pitts, Oarbo and Velez, but especially Hepburn. The other feature on the Regent bill is "Hoopla." with the Brooklyn Ottawa South Municipal AMoriation At Home Attended by members of City Council as well at many members, their friends and their wives, the annual at home of the Ottawa South Men and Ladies' Flam stills and coat ladles' plain dresses. PROSPERITY CI F.ANERS AND DYCRS til Riilrau to nnk Fhnn H. 173 rtinn q.

7il I MuniciDal Aorlatlnn was held last Bonfire, or our mim Bo, in the learflno'rnlo In vnn 'niiv tint OVeillng In HOPCWCll tVmUe PUBlIC ACME Reconditioned $25 CATARACTlteronditloned $30 CONNOR Reconditioned $35 SNOWBIRD dl tinned $49.50 EASY New, Reg. $79.50 CONNOR Reconditioned $85.00 CONNOR Reconditioned $95.00 At Lindenlea Carnival The feature of the annual winter carnival, held under the auspices ol the Lindenlea Garden Suburb Association tonight, will be in exhibition cf fancy skating bv members of the Mlnio Skating Club. Miss Mavis Berry ami Miss Shirley Snail will demonstrate single fancy skating. Mm Berry and Miss Catherine Coolican will show pair skating, to be followed by the Minto Junior four. This exhibition will precede the carnival ind will start sharp it 730 pm.

The carnival is being held on the Lindenlea community rink, at the comer of l.lndentea roAd ana Mid-dleton drut. The committee in charge composed of Mnr. A E. Menard. S.

O. Is Ffuvre, J. A. ONclll. O.

Hallt prellent LCI 8 A and N. A. Reny is chairman. To piir for each event will be given, There are six open event. There will be dancing alter the race.

guess it, the picture Is tranicnp- The guests were received by Hon of Kenvon Nicholson's piny. president of the association, C. The Barker," The plot has been Fortune, and Mn. Fortune, and thinned and a coda added, but it "i'i those present were Mayor P. remains a falrlv vivid story of the Nolan and Miss Nolan, Aldermen midways and sideshows, and Is told Sloan and D.

McMillan and with color and atmosphere. Miss tx-Ald, J. McVeigh, now still nhio to mnke vnti awate I During the evening bridge and yap, Cltlen ClsAsined ids cost so little and save so much. (00 rfffdriim the high quality of material offered. I consider that a careluily selected collection, spread over many years, of a number of famous symphonies, chamber aorks, operas, complete in their respective folders, together with some of the leadUig sololJU, vocal and Instrumental, an Investment of real and lasting value to all a ho can afford It.

Consider Other. I should like to make a practical tusgcstlon for the benefit of thoe ho the good of and have an esrnMt desire for developing a last for the be muMc. Aa a general rule it aeenis advisable to hh a definite period for listening to muie as for anything else. If. for Instance, the radio is turned on ill day long or for all kinds of fare, good and indifferent, the keenness of taste bound to suffer, to asv nothing of the thoughtleas injury to the paiirnee of othem.

The other dsy. upon Inoulrying of anmrot.c at to whether he enjoyed music, leplied In the negative, saying that he desired rc and quiet. I sympathize aiih him very much and realize- that thert la a proper tune for mufic. While one has lo mak the beU of ones own circumstances and time, it ta well rwrhin for thote who play much, whethtr piano, radio er anything t. to tivt their neighbors and Umlly an ov of her presence, but it Is a pretty 1 eu her were played by the guests; stereotyped part eltonetlvr.

'I lie ud the prlre winners 'ere: lndirs'j ICE CREAM Drllrlnui Appetising Call Queen 1C1. Here's a Real Bargain! "APEX," the arUtocrat of Washer. This famM. StUrh'H'i Wrlnifrles washtr kttt iJhihm en the Un 1 H'iim, nnw, intt 1T MiMr SWt AIM '-II nrantl torn. In an a) II! BOKAR COFFEE The Coffee Supreme "MIWM finest tlifl it "Unkind On Mf al atlT 5I0' final scenes tacked on mow i Mrs.

nay ana iwrs. Fur at Chicago. Mi Bow Indies' eucher. Mrs, Holt; mens still retains her figure -E brid.te. W.

O. Hughes and Brook; men eucher, W. 8. Sproule, The 1m Feature Picture cnnes were presented by Mavnr iNnii.ii and the dwr pnwa pre. Ilcinji M.on at t0 Aln McMillan, Mr.

A riot of laugh aptlv d--crile Aitfiejd, Miss C. Patterson and Mr, "Convention City" the feature pic- bv Mies Nolan, ttite on tne new poliry double Kuilowins the cards refreshments fiatute program uom current at the trnt4 by Boy Srmrti of Cenier theater. It Is a hilarious t. fltln ottaaa Troop, The re-bit Pf fun at a one week convention ire.hments were prepared by the ONLY PPM $165 $213. ff rf tr stt Settlement Was Demanded Before RlnMing Started (Csnadlsn ffi MONTREAL, Fib.

J. It milt II MONTH 1 TO FAY have hern a lima distance notation i Of a big rubber company at Atljin- I the member of the asio II Our Funeral Reildtnc fj ha bf tftutt ti Floor (llos 98c IIjiwps' lVr Quart that tnnt 20 grou of bottles t. JKn rMm- "J'? until the music being mppiifd br longing to Brown i Bottle Ex-; pinker. 0f the movie aorld. rmnli hrrhratra 4 nmpin rnunntrit I finril St r-.

,,7 niriniBn is me cniri or, mrse nn caiinnnl rrt and pnt to play, a A l.alerrirre. of If atnirtinn company today in tie-: Hoimea Herbert. Ciuv Kibbre. Joen Call Queen 687 rule, after ibout 10 .10 pm, if thir fending the bottlers' suit lor dam-; ninndell. Adninh Menmu.

Ruth has twn amntinted renresenume I'nste, fle. W. A. BOND ere generally practised. I thing agea Thev had not even started Donnelly, Mary Astor and Dirk tor Hull distnrt nf the Last Post i there would little reasoo lor bin-tine nrtatmrw when the plum- roell among tha ether p'sm hi Fund.

a replacing Mwr L. i 173 177-179 SPARKS ST. prpie riming ma suoiime DM-1 tins "tote a iette flmiiuiiig tivf rt, ha been anpoiiu- i 977 Rank 1J. ing. jiettlcimnt.

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