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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 9m Today Tomorrow Again We Hit the Mark yrith a Record Smashing Feature In the Grip of the Vampire " (IN THftEE REELS) MAGNIFICENT SE/V SCENES-EXCITING PUOT-TREMENDOUS CAST. "STABLAND GOT IT"-'MUF CED! LAST TWO DAYS OF LOUISE ELLIOTTE Everybody's Favorite ,Al-80 TODAY- "A CIRCUS TRAGEDY" iStory of the. "BIG TENTS" "TONTOLINI'S DONKEY" Screaming Cohiedy__ Jessie Beii ; Specialty EntertE^iner Provincial Election Socialist Party of Canada Campaign JOE KNIGHT'S Candidature - ..... � . .; :�^'_.y^ � � � , - � � ;-, � � , ' . . Cohtributions .to the above fuind w-ill be thankfully received yyy-'-'.s^- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ M ANNIE SHERiyiAN \ 404 12th. St. C North; Financial Secretary Morris Theatre tO-NIiGHT Honor of the Family REX DRAMA At Liberty-Good Press Agent ^ THANHOUSER COMEDY ' The'Black Prince �Vv).-" : AND'.' � ^ A Tangled Marriage TWO CRYSTAL COMEDIES, -COMING- DANTE'S INFERNO Powers not United In Stand Against the Montengrin Government This VICTOR VICTROLA $100.00 B AND DRM m "In' the' Grip: of .the .'Vamplrer'^.Today: at Starland -An extraordinary three r�el feature, "In the" Grip ot the � Vampire," I lias been seoui-ed by'tie management^ . of atarlandlor-the-special'week md altraptlon; which  �will, be given It^_ fii'st' showingstoday, .The story is'[ *nthraUingr and excltlng/and'is,�^vollcti led .�'"It In a mastei-ly nianner by' a' BphBTSid.cast ol players. During the adtldii.ol.the Blaysome Inspiring and ' magniflcen't^ sea scenes ':are , shown, one scene In particular showing the Iierolne.; adrift. In an open boat in a,, : t�rrlflc;storm In mid'ocean. It Is a feature' equally as good,as "The Race : for the-: MJllioDS,";..the .reproduction, �which aroi|sed'such'^Iavoyable oom-;rDent at Starlan^ lastrweek. Several- 'othej' fine pliotoplfiys 'will sliSO be showp. on the same .bill whlch- ; wJirbe completed .by Mlsd Louise Bl-.Ilotte's slnglne anothear of her popular, eohg successes. , ' . '.The management announces that. Mes JesBl') Bell, aiiocjalty; entertain-�r, will commence an-engagement at :'f.{^tarlan'd next Monday. ; Miss Sell'khas-recently been .nieetingtwilh^grelat sue- � �ess and should prove a Arm ^favorite, ;>vltti' local theatre goors. '1'-. ,' At the .Morris Tonight there will be an entire '' (change ol' piogramme at this pp'pular \'.4lieatre. .V ^ho:'ibig' feuiture of� the^^'e ening -will be a drama l^y the Bex Co., entitled^ "The Hojior of fliolfamlly," 't-'nlso.= ithree .excellent coniedie?-' that ehould bring a dmllo to the most sober .face. Patrons will be glad to -Know that Mr aioriii, has secured thai; won-; Ale^ful film "Dante's Interno," whicn -,iCTfiil 66 shown Herei on. Aprli'.7. Thia ^ picture is ,^ith6ut"a',doubt a, .triumph . oi: thei^^ clnematogi^aph. woild.". and should draw crowded houBes^'-iDOinot miss this special feature, and-watch for further announoaments.-,' i,", \ ,, .Galbralth school report for-March, the.names of each class arranged' in order ioil, merit. First class honors,;.: .75 to 100 per cent. Second-class horn: ors, 60 to 76, per, cent.;  .." 'Grade.^v; \ ,; First class honors^H^Iaijen^e Jaclr-son, Eva HargTeaves, Mag'gie"''ABc*oft, .Conr^d .Tainb'ur, �E'red Webb. Second ;class; honors-^James Goldle, �Winnie Sear, LllUe-Mitchell, Ada Foster, ; Btaa-;XImm6r4-''BO|^V^i-Ieidenstoui. Grade ?V.' -Second class.i.ionors-rRlchard. Mal-len,,..Toaeph":Slmm'jvMary . Wardmau, Llllic Morris, Glftra Melliug.-:'r6ach-er, A. G. Cameron'.'.^' ' i" ; ' Grade III. First class; honoTSrj-Arthur Buchaiir: ran, Theodore .Ma]mv=:'Erne3b^.;^illetts. SCiCond class honors-Joe' ,S?.^bo,: Jean Lo^an, Lena Radley.'^ Robert Kergan, Ruth ; Browtt,-.-Llz'/le .1 Ward, ViftoTia Miller, Staulfey HaVgreaves; Arthur PeniUe,' Mary^'Cmlg'dn,' 'Clara; Heaton; Daisy Holmes'."'Jtje^cher, Mlgs Pound. ' , ^ ' 'tr � ., Gradp li.V,;,j,- First clabb hon-ors-Hllda Morris, Afenes Cbarest, Janey^ OlialmBrs. ^ " -/Sfecond class .hon�?i.i^Jati|t'-'r:�tfrkj! Mabel Peacock, Elizabeth' .Summer,'' Nellie Tunnell, Oliver Moore, "HaisiT � ' Division A, -first clqss. honors-  ' Grade II. Jr:....... �Second- .class honors - Allaney Liiike;' Walter Vere^- Jandt'' Teiinant, Rebecca Hiley.-vTeacher, ; Miss English. Grade II., Jr.  � 1 First class hqnors-^-Joe ^ock, Ohas. As.croft, Graoo Atkln. ,:. Second Class honors^Laura Boumei Jessie-Hurst;, Frank Vere, Agnea I)brk Rosy Ponechi' � � � '"'."^�v, .Grade .,l, Sr. Ha--^ zel Reid, Helen Anderson,' Annie Boerj Bessie Balrd. ;:. ^, ' , - Second class honors-^Francis Vairi Harold Willeitts, George Chaiesti' Harold . I-featon, .. James McQow'au,: Jessie JHedemstronl. ,. ,,- � i. . ., . '� . � . � , " Division B Second class honors-Mary Alar-; chuki .Mary MoGowan, 'Margaret' Tenant, Lilian Bourne, 'Heliner iHalmJ Bobbie Baker.-Teacher, Miss Dun's-worth. . ^'^ ''' ' ' Grade ii, 'Jr. I " Division A--Hugh. Bryon, Nick Pon-ech, Edward Fandola, Olga Berenth, Hcward' XCalrbanka,' Robevt ,Hodgson;; Division B'-rJ,ce Fahertz,- Gerald, Lanawaj', Renao-d Fox; John Chalmers Florence Ash. ^'i� �-. ,�� �� Division Ci-Frank . Za,w,msell, Sydney Bourne,, John .Fazard^ TeddltJ Rndley,^ Hector iPeacook, .Emlly.,;B'er=.' enth, Eda Boer.^Tacheri 'Miss Hoclg-, kins. ' " ' - , ' -\- - Would That Be the Effect 't6. ,ln eSita Dr. Wiley wants the railroads abolish', smoking-r; compartments , their,, cars' and provide > compartmeii for 'inVallds instead. * In that .case, where would, the commferoial trft-^j-elerp 'find a place to .tell thelt tunny stoiie^?-Boston Globe. I ?� What's the' matter .with tellin'gtthe E.torie^to th6'\ invalids, and cheeHtfg thenirup?-Salt Lake-Tribune.' '�-> j,"-'' London, April 4.-The Powers have not yet instituted the blockade of the Montenegrin coast, and the warships are still awaiting orders. There were rumors yesterday that the Powers were not united on this point. It �was said that notwithstanding the definite-statement on Wednesday-.that JJranca would jcin in the 'blockade that country has refused to send a ship unless formally and publicly authorized toy Russia to do so. It Is said that she is afraid of alien-atlng Russian public opinion, and that "formar public" authorization, is not forthcoming. England, It.is said, would not act without the participation of France and Italy, 'which is conditional on that of Great Britain. Every power seems to be afraid of losing Us own friend, so the situation; ,1s practically unchanged. The.-: delay and the rumors referred to again awakened fears of InternatlonaL disputes and the bourses; were all'flat:; AH the ambasaa-, dors of the Powers in London visited the Foreign Office yesterday. The Russian-Ambassador remained lor an hour. The ambassadcrrlal conference, will be resumed today. Meanwhile the Aiistrians are beoom-lilg more restless. � Austria Is suspicious of Russia, as there are many rumors that this latter country Is secretly supporting the Montenegrins and Servians. The'Roichpost, a non-official militarist'paper of Vienna, fed the flames yesterday^ by announcing that a Ru&Elan?ship filled with war material as a gift of Russia to Montenegro was due-at-Antlvro, the port of Cettlnje. ,.If this,4s true, the ship cer tainly was equipped by private Slav sympathizers .In Russia, and not by the government. The Russians government, whateyer�;may be the sym' 'pathles. of -the-Balkan Slavs, is loyal to' the; European ".peace concert; "Russia has b'e&aved admirably throughout the crial^V'-said the commentator, on tl^kgihily Telegraph. !'She deserved Europe: She is still worklngvhard-tto cure Monte-! negro of her follyy' " Austria's Game L SECTION , 'i..=> Microbes in Your Scalp Authorities say that a' microbe  causes baldness. If youace loslns Hair tryjour remedy at our risk. Prbteasor Unna, of'Germany, and > Dr. Babouraud, flio great French Dermatologist, claim that a ml-priib^ caiisci baidnoas, 'and their ' tliebty has been verified by taninent ; acjottjiists. This microbe doatroys ,. ii tlio-hai^ foliidoa, in time causing the Boalp'.poros to oloao and the soaTp.to . booome shiny. Thou, it is behoved nothins win rovive the growth. . If ;� * treated before this'OoourSiibaldnesB;;;. 'jnay ibo Dvercomp. . ^ ' 3 . Wo Ichow of nothing'that has S gtvon such univorsal..8atiBfaation in vi? treating the scalp and hair as RexoU ft ."03" Hair Tonic. It lias Ijeen de-elEued after long ptudy to overoome Jl^^ Visit our Victor Pairlors to-day Mason 'Sth Si. S., Bryan Block jng'-a-trial, "if''you ,.wHlViiBe-if!(';BO-, cording' to directions, i Stort'the treatment todays-, Youri You oan^buy RoxaU ;,:�^;''Hair Tonic' m tWS( oomjnunily onlyi,�t our store; off the coast of Montenegro at the .wish' of her'ally, Austria., ' ' IJe said that Gerinany was.'trying tpj obtain.-a,-just settlement-of, th'e':ciu6S-' .tlon.of the islands -in-.:the: Aegean! She desired.to preserve the'futur^of'f the' islands. .....!S.iM^^^^ _' ,.'..4.,.,' ,., , . i t........ INDEPENDENT ANNOUNCES'" HIS CANDIDATURE IN PINCHER CREEK-:WHAT HE .......' ......... STANDS .FOR '..v',. " ,:,;,:,;:-,:,:.,: ::,.;,�:..,:' .;�--: ;--:\.:,;. --rr :-:X., Plncher Creeks .\pi-ll 3.-Triply, life Is full of aui prises Th^ greatesfsur-prise that has been ^ sprung on this community; .for' many = moons oecurred' this afternoon,, when Thomas '6. Wilson, ' of '*the LivJngBtdne'.drstrlct; .oame^ Intoi'town; :and;:announqed .that'he: was goiigvte;'oontfest::(;(feipintoher:irCi'd^ constltuehoy.: In -thei forthcoming election; as vi an independeijt candlda,te. .Amongi-'tiio'toh^efiplaniks-'in Mr.;'Wilson's pjatlprnj is,that'oi; loans, at.low ratlBjs^of Iriferdst (o'farmer's'.' / , ' > ' I'Whj^ "ilIl iiio, (.aujlu^'thi -�-;;-'-rt^s?;:^. , constituency on. election day. t> There ^ ig more or less conjecture, however,, as to what effect on the' running op the other two candldatep "the third candidate will have," but nelth.er ,the. Liberals nor the Conservatlve.8,..appear; to be very greatly alarmed^: in" that respect. , "i^  ,>, Tlie Juvenile Bostonians appeared in, the Opera House here last Msven-ing, and played to a crowded House. "The Princess Chic">proved'(tp be'a rather Interesting playr,putilt Is quite a, long, long tiip.e since, some of th'e Bostonians were In'tbef'juvenllei class.; - The weather, tllou^h 5'varm ^'an'd plea,sant for the,;paBt!.few-da;3is,;i&pot^; all that the faitoer.,, cpfior-. Spring Is'much latei^.than'it'.was'lastr year, and does not seem to'bs'comlng along very rapidly. ,,,�9�\t,9f>,tlie farm-| ers had th^li-.-land in> good shape last^ fall, howeyer,i,'and''.w~lll experience noi delay on,tha't account..,, � '' � '' ' , 4 Barrhill, March 3L-TJie. farmers in, Barrhill district ,are' ready for 'spring^,., Work and prospects Ibofc'bright an'^,,: this- district. . ' " ' ' ty.t'i J. T.' MacDonald.'the Conservatly^ of Calgary, wfts a speaker at;BarrhlHsi * ^ ) /.The farinteii c' -s ii arlrn ITo. o Me, going,rig 1 m 11- d uunliiB I ' iiTye^obinoo .. -Jl 1 itc I 'j In, 1lrfg'''lnnh^^?',iy| t' In t,iai "UrtP" 1� thal'BawiiUli^dlstTlct , J. ' i \VAll'fhbsp.)'''vli ha L Himmor fal 7w ; 'a^e|looking''''lOr i Limpo- �io" of I '^l^b^Wtnd myself savejja lot of tllnfi'by'"doing Europe toge^ier^s v-j VHow so?y Ci' p'e Ins'h^i ti-Q Tho o u^ldf o' thej I IhtQrii liullniiiM \liiJL X vautMn^il yiaJlnteylgrij; -\^ T.Ulnt,'oii Ueruld. ' HOLSES TO REN' ITho Dowsley - MulH^erj|.! M#:-' 23 ;