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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE. DAILY HERAT^n ATtRACTIONS WORTH MAKING A BIQ NOISE ABOUT m we certainly do blow our own trumpet. we can't help doing it with these features, LAST DAY rajE GRIP OF THE ji^ND THE � ALL-STAR WEEK-END ' ' PROGRAM MONDAY AND AFTER IVteS JESSIE BELL ' V '�, specialty entertainer with gorgeous"costumes and splendid electrical effects. ,.  a treat for the ladies. OPTO TO EMI WH! farmers would like to know about some frame transactions MORRIS THEATRE Be a liive one-Visit the Morris--l^ictiii'es v;:.'.; ^Change Every Night, THiE HOUSE OF FEATURES TONIGHT THE TRIBAL LAm big two-reel bison feature AXiSO'TWO OTHER GOOD STRONG REELS . IMen! 5 GOMINGl Listen! OAff^ A etup9ndoU8Flve':Reel Production, which cost $100,000 to produce-Without exception the most wonderful picture ever produced . ' / ��-�/: i''MONDAY, APRIL 7-8, TWO NIGHTS ONLY S  - . "the prioe of Adrrilsston for this big Feature wiir be 25 Cents^ seatjn the House. Pictures will be Lectured; ^ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9th ! PAUL AND VIRGINIA .AN ELABORATE'TwbiREEi. PRODUCTION-By; THE REXi�^^ OPENING MONDAY NIGHT THE MORRIS I^EW*MEGEM UNDER THd DIRECTION OF j: B. GASKELL ' i,.�NrB.-^See Dante's Dream'of :Hell/Monday'andTuesa^^^^ big� reels aud lecture. "��-^ ; ., .-^-y^^ Monarch Theatre TONIGHT I.-The Honor of the Family- Rex Drama. II.-The Black Prince, III.-Tangled Marriage Two Rousing Comedies. iv,-Brains vs. Brawn-r- ^ Another comedy. V.-Qee, My Pants. � 'Still the comedies come. 10 cents and IB cents Tuesday, April 8th, Bpecial Benefit Pro:gram tor Monurch Baseljall Team. GOIDE nrrED y>rpt-^\ MlM-SttSES^'llll AND'ADOmoNAL WATERTIGHT fiULKHEADS EXTENDING FfeoM-THE BOTTOM to ihelOP OF THE VESSEL Will Salt bom New York APRIL 12-^II9&� 3 kegnlarly Thercv - - ._f:>.i?:l: 'Today iis .also thei-'last'day. liere'of; tUa!OUB(tpms.�^;i?^p^heJ Cowley; April 3,-The olTloo ot the Alberta government,.telephones was changed Tuesday from the post office to the store of D.' R. Mclvor. Miss Bertha Cleland is the new "hello" I ghi. The phone fiubscribers arc as-' sured of a fiTst class service, , The Conservatives of Rocky Mountain have nominated a "progressive le"gislatlon" candidate In tlie person of Robert Campbell, track buyer for the W. II. McLaughlin gniin commi.i-sion merchants. He will addrrs.s ilie electors of Lundbreck poll Satiiiday evening,: April 5. -It is hoped th.-t he win ie.vplain some of the deal.s lii.s company has put over on some ot the farmers of this district wliile shielded from all danger from the grain e.v-change. Mr, Campbell la a good man for some things, but as'a lepresent-ative in the legislature as a progressive member he will be manv miles from home. Unless some dense cloud overshadows the minds ot the electors he will lose his deposit on April 17th. \ ^ John ICemnii_s, 'Constrvative candidate for Pincher Creek constituency, addressed his followers in Pinchcr Creek Monday evening. The 'reports by those �who attended say that a very amusing,tJme was:,hiid but very .little politioarwisdom was hcaru. Mr. Kem-mls wiir speak in Cowley ne.\t week. The date is not set but will be announced later. .A good crowd will no doubt attend as a good comic opera play has not been staged here for a long time.,. ' A large number of enthusiasts ot both parties journeyed to Pmcher Creek Tuesday evening' to hear Premier Slf ton.'telL his side of the story.'. Everyone was.'welL satisfied with their ��trip.--; Messrs; ?BBhorn and Hickey have,-opened a' blacksiaiih shop in the old Grove stand. '--, W. Ci-RobinsoH 'has been laid up lor the past: feW: days with a bad attack of� rheumatism, He Is liable to be in bed for;th&;Bummer. APRIL ftVolc OUT TOr 10-INCH DOUBLE-SIDED Vicni:GR RECORDS 90c FOR THE TWO SELECTIONS. . Some op the unusually good ones on the List. f I'd Rather Be Kissed 'Neath the Mistletoe Bough 17274 ] Than Spnon Under Any O'd Tree - Campbell and Burr (Who's Going to Love You When-I'ln Gone? Campbell and Burr . (-niSit Right on the Rloon.and ;ik:,ep , ' ' ' 17294) Eves on You ' - - - ; V.. , Helen Clarke-Van BrUht tOh What a Beautiful Dream (Yo.ujSeem) Walter Van Btuht ' LAUDER AGAim,.- Purple Label lO-inch 90 cents ; 12-inch $1.50. 60094'( The Same as His Faither Was Before Him - Harry Lauder 70076 The Wee Hoose'Mang the Heather - - Harry Lauder MOST EXTRAORDINARY RED SEAL LIST! 88415 Oh Rest In the Lord - . - - - Clara Butt 89060 Trovatore-Ai Nostri Monti (.Duct) Caruso and Schumann-Memk 87:04 Wanderer's Nachtlied (Duet) - Farrar and Schumann-Heink Free demonstratior.s at any of "His Master's Voice" dealers everywhere Ask for a free copy of our 300 .page. Musical Encyclopedia,...... listing over 5,000 Victor Records. ' BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE GOMPAN�, MONTREAL Limited POLE '��';�-�>;���'�',�'�'"��''��'/��''.�'��''''� � � ; ����. .���� We carry the only full and complete stock ofVietrplas and Victors in the city, together-with 3000 records' ' Visit our Victor Parlors to-day : ' 4 8UIVIIVIARY JUS'tl'QpEOR A NEGRO '  WHO HANlils^^HJS GUN TOO FREELY^' ^..�' Mondak, 'Mont., April 5.-After shoOUngrfo, death Sh'eriff Courtney and Deputy 'Sheriff Mjaster, J. C. Col-llnSi a negro, chargerfJwlth 'beating a .^omaiij. was, hanged ,t6 a telephone p'olevJ^nd,his, clothes set.on fire by a:. committee, of 'Citizensnearlythisi -ev-,^ enlng. !f: ,, . �;;:i,'.(.-5,' ' �. --.;:?�: , -. The;?ttjob overpowered officials and' broke-into the Jail where' Collins was'^ h6ld.^,'prison'eT. CollinSi_^-who was eta-ployis^jby a bridge construction com-' -panyfiwas:boarding :'?with a, negro named .Clay Beat. ',7;-;.Seat sold his houseiand property' td'.an'other negro; named'' Patterson. . -When Patterson-came toI'ltako possession*of his prO; ;perty';V;ltf^ia -alleged, :'thW', Collie 'taiigedi'cMrs. Patterson,-beating fher 'Severely;^.'' Patterson swore out�'ajw&s rVnticir'Collins arrest'.': ;, ' ^ , :K:.?When;;Sheriff Thomas hi8'',4ep'uty, Rlohardj-^^aster!-arrived* ',h'era,;f romj the countyip'eat/.theyi/swore �iiGlRria>:d6puty, B,' EhWIlsoi]^ � ot*;thls plac'ei;-.'.The party/thenVwent-'to.the �camp.;', of; the bridget'(pompW,^v'where .�09llliQ'S'":^'ks::at .worfctiti "Office - to;tinctulr6 where ^Collins? was tloii and intere&uuB bi.uij., .  .On M^onday. and ^Tuesday'.of^jlext week, the stupendous flve-ree; projiuc-,iiotf' ,of.' Dante-s- "Inf.erno" Tyin:..^e shown This is without a'doubt^one, ot-theitrlumphs ot the movifig pictui;e, forld, aia,Ho,make^the;film inQro-ln-i terealing !tK management\haW'secur^j' ed a will describe epb picture (as ins-8h.own.; The>-prlo?;for admission .to thi^v,)JiE| feature, W^U,.^6" 26, ''%* J , .Another sp^^cial featuvfe-pn Mond^J^' will be 1^6 ;first app^atance of^ the Morris', 'new" or(ih;estra,.,��' - 'Come.tosii^^^Mona/c^ ^P^^^^^'^.wl k,lQos-e-^^�t?irn^tl?,e'fpr?P^i'ga;ipp^^^^ 'biggest iia1ish',youkemr I and .^^g^^Vf MllMF^'?, '^i �earp-rBuuJu^ ^b^u^, -j come to. a ^icturjj ,Upas^ to be' , ed, pot tp have their tehdcr aonslfell; ities torn by the'griefs;of the heio'iir, heroln-e, SsiiB uau'knyytli.o/ease lnthes| TusI glaWat dm-'al/eH.V aiA W it' over I'-toiic^great'filiomedloB ; a,nd. ^ i.awa.' 5o^^>6gr&nlpie. you piMjb lilson'was sent" pn^ ahead' to '^the " i'--,____,.,-h'etter � ,,ri^^,vk'-ffi-.o-;^":' "''Insist^ on an-i 5 a, .l-faiVf '.WAa A HEAVY LOSS f p� ,: '/liondon-,' \ -11 1 - \ I' �i -kt-h - to \! k^WBe lag wreckage, rathei. than-lun ,the iiV i pri'ii I'Ij to tall iioj ,j 'The ; _^ .4 Pho 7