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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^.....^^^^........... ^^^^^^^^^^ ^ , "Thft.-jDBnaKement � this popular theatre takes pl�88ure''l]a announcing that starting today, they win leeclre allihalr ploturos from the Oenneral Film Co., of'jVlnnlpeg, -which i� one of the largest coiapanles 'la- the aaorlng picture, w�rld;;t6dByv;'T a,ii the , b*Bt pictures on the market. Those that see the program tonight and Thursday can readily see that ' 'tl^e claw t|t pictures showp here in the future *rl]l be the beet obtalnaiste. , ..^.IRictares >IJOU THEATRE N*w Picture* m m NOW 1 IN TO-NIGHT AND THURSDAY � Re-incarnation of Kanna" In ,,-,,,,,,.,.,,^^^ ,,.,,,,.., . , 'Parts; Featuring Miss'Rosemary Theby and Mr. Courtenay P�ote;'the Popular Vitlgraph Actors. : Don't tjili to yl^^^^^^ c'eUeittt, pj-ograin alAvays assured PRICES: ADULTS 16c; CHILDREN lOe; B0XE8128o; ^ Music by the Prelsz Orchestra II I i " I ^ ^ ..... -'Hi'ii I ��'�r"r qiy UF^rfy^ Well Tied ^^^^ The Trades That ^ are Out Morris. Theatre TO-NIGHT Her Masterpiece Big Two-Reel Feature Insect. Hunting Intefesti||g Educational I'lutnhoUBer.D^ama All tHe In^erestine/Events , |;Mdriarci|ffo TONIGHT- 1.-An Indian Ishrfiael- i' 101.Bisoii Feature; ^i;'"-�2.;i^BHdee' 'and'BW^ S.-Almost a Suicide. .Two dandy comedies. 4.~-To a Hlghei*: Power  . ,. IWx Drama;. ' �'/^.��Jl;. e^T^ojrifl'J the'iPflht,;.''';-;/'';'^-' /\;X|y,Comfedy';&ar^fcr''^ Tpmprrow;-Big, Diamond..Ring _Drawing MIS'SI JONES rn;'''fhlt'Old'Gp^^^ � BooWnge at Starland' , Today's program at Starland will ;be an eotlre change. throughout, the new program containing many entertaining and novel attractions. The � feature photoplay will be "The Lost Despatch,"; one of; the powerful 'tfo / iftelim,^ the ex- cepUqnof the carpenters, all the memibers' of the E)ederal Labor Union -aictlhg on the dr4ers of the Trades and lAbor Council--went on strllce> and what) amounts ,to ipraotnially a: j^eneral strike la nbw In force In i^Nel'son, Iboluded In those on �tHke tu'e: bllic^^raH^nters, plpelayers, aaijrrymen,' mortw miners, bricklayers' and; carpenters' helpers, hod oar-riwiS jitts and eN eolrrcl^ms.f ' T which the eniiioy^re' reiftiiiBd grant. Include higher wage's and' Shorter hours. fBjnplqyees; of "the city are Included In the'iitrlkere,^^ 'work is prac-. � tlcaIi3i?|fciosad-.:w^ not yet cer- taln /^hether the employees at the civic poi�^er plant will come out. If they'/doj thfe civic light and power sup- . PEEBLES TO THE SOCIALIST r J i reel Kay Bee war "stories. Numerous ply will be cut oj^f. yividaiid thrilling scenes accelerate ,*Sariy ,1'n tliemo'r^^^ the strike Iras I the action of the production. In which hot as., genera]' � expected, but the '�� ^^T^. l8 shown a rush of war scenes,: men worMhi^ were Interviewed by the tremondouB lu their reproduction, un^bnlstsj 'and 1 alii' eventually threw The dash of the ammunition train is down their tools, splendidly shown, and a strong Inter- The CT, P.;.R.-ls. delivering cars to "^st centres about the boy volunteer, warehouses ^here trackage Is avail- who Is killed on the field of battle, able, ind, this ihto^ the effect of Through a false despatch given out the .,teani8ters': 'btrlke. Few of the by-.the enemy Jack Is credited with teamsteref.driving'lUerchants' delivery the loss of a battle and lives In-dls- wagons, ,a're/ memlbers of the union, Saakfttoon, IprU iil-A'tialn''load grace through after^ ^years. Jiopig "were ' six � hunflred - Doukhobors' and their families:-on, board:'7',^ , .�* . Malts, iipril il-.'fhe. British armor- gin, Sask;,. and are boilnd ffJr Gastle^ m cruiser. Defence, has been order- gar and KlnnalTd,'^where' de-coidedles,. and MissVLoulse Blllbtte^ olare their intention, to fight to the mif^::s;^s?-mmm ^^^mm^mmmmm mmmmmmm ^^^^i^^^i^^z BRWAiN-JOINS IN �FRAY train-Wads; MniberlngAWplh^^^^ thetlc and.quite In: keeping with thC ^^^m^i^l^"'^- '^^M - , , left la-st fall Thdy hall^from "Vere- action of this great drams. In all it - v.ita AW�rti i:-Tha .British armor. Bin. 9ask;. and are boilnd for Caatle^ Is a feature equally as good as any wlW be' heard In the latest song hit, -.*-THi8>b6lnir''MlB8';milotte'�la|l-* m Hi; Socillist Party of Canada weeks' engagement. Sere, conam^ncj-; Ing next Monday, .of-Miss Jessie Bell, one of the most-talented and beautlT mi Ir neeJ C f o s nrt" I " ^o'-s " !>� rin llrr rj o b _L pigs In 11 era ^esto^ iu seta hebtimcBs tlcCoin U:..--.-x--^i^-om-inated by the Lethbridge Tiades and Labor .Council to contest this seat at the,fdtth'cbtnlng.election. The iBt^ ter eulogized J. Knight, of Ediaoii-tpn,t)ie| choice of nine members of the Socialist party of Canada Local 13; who was selected; as the Socialist cSadid^e. This domineering piece of'business,was pulled off wltheut notifying any of the other S, p. of C. locals in this constituency, namely Diamond City Ipcalj Kipp local and the � Wkrainan local. A small clique calling themselves the "working class"'foisted on over one thousand wage workers without consullj-ing them as to the eligibility of the nominee or whether- he was acceptable to them. There are ^ members of the S. P. of C. residents in the district, all of.whom are more suitable as a candidate than the one chosen. To mention due T. Edwin Smith of Diamond City local, who was the logical man to - bring out. To my mind, the method adopted . by the Trade & Labor Council^'in calling a concention of tho^ Socialist party and the Trades unions',' was . the ' better way to get the real desire of *: the wage workers, but'ijocal 13 did not wait until the cpnvnitlon was held and thereby sound the feelings of the delegates who attend,.ond give them a chance of.having something to say as to who should :run.^> , � "� The clique abbv^B, mentioned rushed Knight's nomination, ..and. afterwards left the local liable,to,have its charter seudih6.j.two. members of the local as delegates to the Trades and Labor Council conveintion and assist in the formation of a new political pkfty in direct opposition to-the .constitution pf-the S. P. of C. I believe we have missed - our chance., bf cemenling tHe "working class .movement' heffe' ijy such 'afpfft-^ cedu*B,,a9,.out^inied-above. Therii.'^.'w anuoh.:bitterness > ;and : hard teelinf^a shown between the' opposing, factions of wage-workers that will take years to,.wlpe"put.~ It.Is -time,this flim-flaming kind Pt business in the So-clalis,t,.-,po'rty wais. cut; out,, and show .to jthe-rank-.and -file - of the .wage--workers that puts is the political patty,f for therri^ ^to line up with. Vniirc'fnr r�al rtBrtinnracv. �� To-day ''The Lost KspatcK'' Two.R�el K. b. .FMitura tone remove try ieiiB the con. -Ins. Loielorlabls. >i ^ik�iiwliilen dui^ne my lecont vfHltya-lVmarl'. Keef ring-/. ^ IP'''-^' '"�il^B�l r-uewllb �� HBHffl^ �H*"^^Jt?J*^ -oa thoir horror at the S^Btem of,for td�for'Sittmday, Arill B't;^tip.' * Hwilll ' . . ..iVa nj'j'';:^-- a*, ^ to the .farmer, and every'onbi-l^^ JAMES RODEBACK, BAIUEF * -(w)-pav^*Block,Chi�goftNiwX�i*tMi^^^^ ? u"SdcrBolng thl5t;,opleal in aBUwaj?'^erestPd s^oulJ make u ,j>l;.dut>\o , a . ^ A^.. } l^^^^^=S=SSBSa=SiBSSSSSS=SSSSS^ ' Rttendfthls,VMWl mieti^,^Y")'^.^W >' Rushlna>f^Mrfng P�ro� . Louise Eillofcte singing "YOU STOLB MV OIRL" Coming Next Monday Jessie Bell Beautifully Cettumed Singer , :, ,bf .^BMUtlful Songa Ahother Star-land Novelty agdsft can^ljiw ott^rwKr -.�"'.::j,'.v::v..-...;^v,r......,. � :b*akitt^f ,;;�(!^ihi^::r�^.;' orders or cash for deposit, youraot*, of-.b^WlfeV collection, or your cheques to be caOxni, Wtfi -'----- book* aad we caa ;haiBn, a number,ot,'^l>om expressed t� men during my lecont vHlO la -!vmarl| oa, tholr horror a+' the li>-Btam of, fui^ olble feedlDfi ieiii' they leaiifyhaO'lielif Uo'llow countrywoman/^MIsa Zclle bmerson^rs uiidergolne thl^' ordeal in tloUo^ayl ^Wa^''ot11 hprP on qaiurda> nl?ht, tiiM-ou,^ah appulhtid A4Jy| olfkeWtor t*ia conlngW' . interested .s rcqucil^ mtet'ng'o' tho'Co-*i^^^i no an^ loLato ion Bdnn piilors on 17^^11 ,w..w r^V'Motai union Is'o-rioei maKIng arraugoneuts to-fo^mxlfj; ^ii^W \\^eni e A . Bo'iMi* � " * i Will tike oro o^- tv^o \a(.ani ' otfa -8 pait iwrnenf^ * } Jit Shcrloc 27 ;