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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Apiil 7,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 MORRIS THEATRE , TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT "Dante's Inferno" A MARVELOUS FIVE-REEL PRODUCTION, A MASTERJPIECE OF PHOTOGRAPHY ALSO TWO GOOD COMEDIES First Appearance of the Mori'is New Four-Piece Orchestra iiiicicr the direction of Mr. Gaskell. PR1CES--25C. CHILDREN-15e. Wait for This Big Feature BIJOU THEATRE Two Nights, Wednesday and ThurSty; April 9, and 10. Special Matinee Daily Mr. Sid Blumenthal Presents "The Life and Adventures of A GREAT ' CRIME A Story Similar to the'Rosenthal and Becker Case at the Bijou The. atro Wednesday and . Thursday April 9'ajid 10 ..:[ iHie moet ftjaborated animated picture drama eyer seen on this' coBtiftent. Four oomDlete reels of thrilling plioto story. Sliowing , 1>Ji6 iMide workings of tlie iBlaclc Hand,'both, in Italy and America.- -The true atory of the murder of New York's greatest detective by hfi flouitrymen. Actual scenes and incIdentB of the plot and crime .rjpiroauQed. Hndorsed by local police officials. Greatest sensation of the day. Direct from the Sherman Grand Theatre, Csjigao-and biHed for the Walker Theatre, M'Innlpeg, following WATCH FOR LCBBY DISPLAYS NIQHT RRiOeS: 29o. MATINEE PRICES: 2�c. CHILDRENi^lOc.' OHILDREN-^IOc. Quicker! Bbtter! Cheigiper! by mail DEVELOPING AND PRINTING FOR AMATEURS All orders oxeouted by return of mall. Deveie one individual "to whom It was left to gain thc widest fame,.waathe Italian i'sleuth,'* knowin' through the wide, wide world as Pet-rosino. Liwtenant Joseph Petrosino was his full cognomen, and, � as such, is � known to every police department throughout the world. His wonderful adventures, thrilling experiences and' marvellous,exploits of hazardous dar-, ing, are too'well known for further detail. .He .'was the awe and dread of every' criminal' tif "both hemispherea, and .W!oe. .b.6tld.e the wrongdoer ,who should come-^ithin the'clutches, or, in fact, within a hailing distance of the 'clever Petrosino. Were it possi-�ble. to keep a rflodrd of the many meetings of, the. "Black . Hand" and other secret societies, we fear there' �would not be. a/building large, enough. :to hold these selfsame records were they piled closely on one another. � The death of Petrosino, at PalnierOi Italy, on Macch 12, ,1909, .brought tp an eod by the Cameras, of Italy, clds-ed^'what promised to be the most wonderful career known, to modern sleuth dom. . ^'^. ,.', , , So, rijuch importance h^s':been-a^-t'affiied^'to the: life and tadyentures, of thi& iiiost woridBrful of-nien that there have been dramas, stories a.nd poems in volumes written around him, but.jt was left to Mr. Sydney Bluementhal to introduce to the Canadian public an entirely new departure, along new, uniciu^ and .novel lines, his entertain;^' ment, which he chooses to style VPet-rosino, the, world's, famous Italian-American detective, in four acts ,and 80 � scen'es,' with'' all the .original" effects, incidental music and electrical surprises/ . ' "Petrosino," will be shown at phe Bijou theatre for two nights, Wedries-day and Thursday, April. 9 and lO, with a special - matinee � each day,, at two - p.m. � > : Sudden Strikes Are the Most Efficacious h'afitlBome'ly gowned commedlenne at Starlan'a Jo'rir'flK*!''*'^' London, April 7.-Sudden strikes, put into effect 'without warning and at a time selected with the sole purpose of causing the employor' mudli embaiTassment  as .possibl'e, are v'be-comiug a feature in England and" their notable success is leading to a widespread recognition of their efficacy,, ; In no less than five cases recently the workers have laid down th'bi'r tools at the moment their services were most urgently needed.- Pour of these strikes occurred in restaurants and hotels where the principles of the syndicalists have made the greatest headway. "Down plates" was the order given to be executed at'the most, inconvenient hour of the day, and In all four cases the strikers won, prac-ticalJjr- at their own terms. � , The.flttU strike of the waiters fthd hotel servants was their masterstroke The union declared a strike at one of the leading restaurants of the West end just before noon of the day on whicli one hundred and seventy m'embers of the. Incorporated Hotel-keepers; Association met ,to eat lunch. The waiters' flat demands for immediate concessions 'were not heeded -and there wasi no lunch for anyone. The restaurant imported ' strike' ^breakers and gave its patrons dinner instead of lunch, and the strike still - remains unsettled. Guide At the Morris Tonight and tomorrow night, one of the greatest achievements of the moving picture world will be shown at this theatre, entitled "Dante's Inferno," a five-reel production by the Mil-ano Film ?Co. This picture was run over yesterday afternoon for the benefit of the press, and to say that it is a beautiful work, would be putting it mildly; It is without a doubt a 'wonderful triumph of'photoplay. The entire feature was produced among the Italian mountain scenery, and the scenes are among thc hardest in -the .entire book. Tljis treasure, for six hundred years known but to few scholars, is now "placed in Uinsurpaasable beauty before all mankind. Presented by the film maker, -just as conceived by the immortal poet, the five thousand feet of cineiiiaiograph pictures give you in a few hours all the pleasure and knowledge iti takes months to acquire through books. The management of this theatre 'has do'ne all in its power to present thi^ its patrons in proper and effective -style; a. complete musical programme, and, in addition, a lecturer wllVexplain the different scenes as they appear on the curtain. The prices for this wonaerful attraction, will, be twe.nty-tive cents any seat in the house. An additional feature df't'tte evening, will be the first appeatance of the Morris Theatre new four^piece orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Gaskell. �r � e J-essie Bell at Starland Tonight .Miss Jessie Bell, the dainty comedienne, commences her engagement at Starland tonight. The possessor a splendid. lyric soprano voice. Miss Bell sings the old favorites in a charming way all her own. For the benefit, and to the delight of, the ladleSj Mips Bell will display a inatni-ficent line of swell .imported gowns throughout the course of her act. Miss Bell is said toibtt.the best-gQwn-ed -airtiBt * in-, yaudevllla, and her ap-peafahce here is siire'-to create a- stir among the members of the fair sex... Ne'w and iipvel electrical effects- are also introduced, with' this -talented lady',a act, .which is piqf aibly the bM 8 p.m. Sharp if �Watch this space TAMMANY BOSS SHo/ , (' DOWN BY GANGSTEli -' New York, April S.-^Eugene SmiCB] a Tammany polltlcalleader.waa'isii^t and killed on: Park Row,; early^todjas y>f lour gangster^.. He -was-'on'^'h;'' way from a ball-of the eaat-aid^/deB . ocratio � organizations, at ;,Tami^a, Hall. . ' , '.rpf^ All the gangsters, whof;were;f'.of' seen by one 'witness escaped,: A brother of the dead �man;:i''--:fKi Smith had been mistaken' for ^,W!q^j one else, but the .police w-ere.ito^'dlf Smith had recently become-invol In a, gang fued; - and^v had m0,t:ed Brooklyn because.: Of, the.:threia.ts'kj ainst his life. ' > X'i'c^^ ^cene'in 'the famous play, Petro' sino, will be shown at thaVlJou'i so nlflhts, Wednesday and Thui'sday, Ap rtl 9-10/ SpecJul mat|ne� dally. Cottage Snapi 5 room 'fully moderq, Qottage,-/' 'ire place, etc., on 52-x 119 ft.', Fifth Avenue A. South. -'^-'i 'Will take one, or two vacant"; ots as part payment. ' HOUSES TO RENT The Dowsley - Mulherov] Phone 344 4 ;