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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueaciay, April 8, 1913 IkwamKBSaiBm THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 .! t. Ik'i )  EXTRA Of fl^f T SPECIAL!! 01*1 ^ W ATRE T SPECIAL!! WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, APRIL 9th and lOth SID BLUMENTHAL PRESENTS , , THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF LIEUTENANT PETROSINO The Famous Italian American Detective (In 4 Parts, 80 Scenes) Who startled the whole civilised world by his masterly efforts in suppressing the outrages of the Black Hand Society; The story is vividily portrayed from actual life, and not, as in many instances, taken from weird imaginations. Everybody is familiar with the recent Rosenthal and Becker murder case, of which the Petrosino story is similar, 1 � V /I ,l Scene in the famous Play Petrosino Bargain Matinee. Wed. and Thurs. Prices, 10 and 15c. Evening Prices, 10 and 25c. .THE CLASSIEST ENTERTAINER EVER HEARtf IN LETHBRIDGE MAdlNIFICIENT GOSTUMES-COSTLY GOWNS A REAL "STARLAND NOA ELT^'; ; NO RAISE IN JPRICES "THE BASEBALL PLAYER AND THE BANDIT" "AN HONEST MAN" "SCENES IN MONTREAL"' "A KIMONA TRAGEDY" STMWORKMY WW FACTS WILLIAM STEVENS WILL COM-PILE AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BRIGHT THINGS ABOUT LETHBRIDGE Morris Theatre TO-NIGHT "Dante's Inferno'' Wond�pful production of photo-graphic art. TOMORROW NIGHT "Paul and Virginii 9f Drama of the early days of France a' Mona]:th Theatre TONIGHT MONSTER BENEFIT PROGRAM ON BEHALF OF THE MONARCH BASEBALL 'CLUB. 101 BiBon 2-Reel Feature "THE TRIBAL LAW" And Five Other Features 15c 25c BE A BOOSTER -COMiE TOMOKROW- "DANTE'S INFERNO" At the Blio'}] ?  * * * ^ r5 � � ? ? � � twelve were killed . ,Buda. i Pest,., Hungaryj^ April ,7.7-Twelve. passengeri* were 'kinedJlaittheadfOn: cqillsion b"e^ tween a freight and a passenger train on the government railway . here,:;;'ieaply today, . A Bleeiring oar ^as I'telescoped. ? ? >:?: ? ? > s* ? A thriUitig picture drama In Jour reels covering tlie entire stoi-y of the laying of tlie plot Ijjr,.the ��notorious Blaclt Hand to kill Lie-ut-l^etrOBlnOi of tlie New York' detectlye force, one of the' greatest detectives' of modern �times. This,startling criminal conspiracy startled the whole vi-orld a tew years ago, and is still treah in the public mind. � ' ' _ The puhlic will reraemher that the brave lieutenant went to Italy on a secret mission tpr tho pwi^r^nao of running' down ihe ir'nen at tho very he'ad of the infamous Black Haiud ofgan-Ization. In his homela-nd lie was recognized after a sGJies of wondertul adventures, and finally killed 'by the chiefs of the Caniorro.  Mr. Sid BluementhiU, 'wlio is pre- J isenting this remarkalble attraction h6re, secured the rights ;to .tliesa 'pictures, and is the only ma'na'per..that can show them tor thi&i section-ot the west. Everywhere he ha/, shown them they h.T.ve'been'ireceived with tHo greatest enthusiasm by the punlie generally. , ^ i ;. By special arrangement a barRain matinee will be given ori Wednesday and I Thursday, at 2 p,rn� ' Piice3,_ 10 and 15 cents. , OwiiVj^ .tOj_UJ,(|i Ircri^pii-doiis cost of producing "this series, and the e.xpenso incufTefl'in dbtaining the sanije, the evening prices will be 25 cents; children, 10 cents, .Leth-bridge citizens are familiar with.the excellent'programmes always fuinish-ed at this cosy play house, and_ ap-piieciate if the Bijou saj;s it's^ gqo'd, it Is so. .' "Jessie Bell at^Starland " ' high lyric soprano voice completely captivated the large audience at every performance. The lady readers of the Herald may be pleased to know that Miss Bell, wore a creation of King's blue, with black net robe over same, inlaid with a handsome band of alice blue Toses, the leaves being made of genuine cut steel beads, and each'rose studded' with a genuine Rhynestone, with head gear to match.. It is almost needless to add that  Miss Bell'will prove to be an immense favorite with all Starland patroiis, for she is without doubt the' most captivating artist ever secured by ' the management. _ , Hiss Bell carries a most extensive and'elaborate wardrobe "of costly gowns a;nd stunning costumes, which fact alone I'will be sure to'."niakeva' liit" "with the fair: Sex. ' ; ... � e � Oh, You Baseball Fans! Basbeall fans, old ones, young ones,; middle-ixged ones, live ones and dead | ones, give car. Tonight's the night.'' The much talked of benefit  program' takes place at the Monarch, and "it. sure will be some program, seven reels in all, capped by a splendid bi-.son 101 feature, and one or Miss .Jones' popular sclngs. A baseball sons? Certainly! A big hunch of boosters are expected early,, so put your hat on, and boat it to the' Mon-; arch ; and say, be sure and bring the' faniilv. ���'. At the Morris SLID .Tonight will be the last appeara;^p.a Qt Darite'a "Inferno" at this theatre,! and-judging by the interest this feats lire, hgs already created, there should be a record; attendance.. Seldom do' the public gel a chanoe to see' such, a 'Svonderful' piece of photographic art' aiid all >yho';ca;ii attend tonight .should. dp'';so.:;- ""'''l, . ";. / ^r"^ ToniQTrow Jjight the, big; teature yfili be, �'I'aul and "Virginia.". (Here; is a;, picture that will make.;unusual,;p.I>-' peal to all ^wome.n; it 'is a Utralilit drama, and serious. ' Tlie plot is lafd in the, days of early.Prance, and.th�^ fstory.v which' is ih two- parts, Pp^ns; �with a secret wedding. The relatlyeB of the^bi'ide cast the girl out, andftKe yoiihg couple go'to '^tlie Island of'. Mai*-' (inique, whBi^e.ia. year later, the h.usj band dies, leaving his wife and daug]i-r ter penniless. Frprn here on tlie story, is one of 'prdCqund. Interest, th6 "adventures of the 'young girl  as'.she rendition-of "Madeliennc" "Ivas ��tall 'l.grpwB'-Into womanhood, lier Iove'.fo,r that could be 'desired, her splendid 1 .""e Paul, and her final death by shlp- wrec.lc,-airteud to make a tale that-'-� will without a doubt appeal to every-miQ' who is fortunate enough to see it. , Don't niiss this splendid program tomorrow night. ' ' Jessie Bell came, sang,' autt 'Con-quetied. Never before in the history of Starland has such an. ovaUoi) boen given to an entertainer aB�that accorded this talented"'little "ijftljr/ Her Work ha& started in gathering the 'ihtirina.tlou to be used in the Information 3aireu, in connection 'with the industrial (jampaign. 'William Steven has ibeen engaged to take charge, and yesberday-started on his rounds. He has desk room in the Mayor's office for the time being, and is right on the job, for'he realizes that he has a hard task before him. .Every bit of Information about the district: will be gathered in detail. When Mr. Tracy, the prospective commissioner, was in the city, he drew up a plan to be followed in gathering the, data tor the /bureau. He asks, tor detailed information concerning newspapers ..and pieriodlcals, schools, amusements, publicity, provincial government, city government, public institutions,", iaturat resources of Leth-bridge and v.icinity, industrial census, jotibing and .wholesale census, retail census, transportation, financial Institutions,-'social, fraternal and religious ;o>^S^izations. and maps of the cUyv and district. There iire thousands of-things' to be looked up by Mr. Steyeg^.^,p?^he iaform-tttifohi m'u'ch-bf it.. -ivllJ/aecessarlly be private to the comnaissioner's office, but it will place anyone sent,out from theoit'y to confer with prospective industrial ooncerns in a position to give Information worth dollars and. cents to ari intending locator. In. the information office will � .be statistics'' concerning : the, market, raw material; freight Ta'tes and everything a manufacturer must know. It will take several 'week's ot hard 'work to compile the information. 6. P. R. WAS FINED ; Stooge Jaw, April T.^This afternoon Majof. Sl�)pson, justice of the peace, fined the C. P. R. $100 and costs, t^e maximum penalty tor keeping a ship'-ment ot hogs without feed and water, \\|liilst ^fi route to this city., � �'"">?_.--i^- � � ,. � .. !, WINDSOR FEELS THE SUFFRAGETTE EFFECTS Plmn and Colored , Prices From $1.00 to $2.00 '>%' 1., A. E. SMITH Herald Job Department I London, April 7.-TThere is no town" in the United Kingdom -which hates � the suffragettes so. certainly as Wlftd-; �sor does. It is estimated that Jhe; 'hotel propr.ielors,. restaurant kee^'ers"; i iiiid' aliop  keepers in- the' royal bor-]! oiigh have already lost about 11125,-I'OOOthrough the closing of the 'state' japartments at-Windsor Castle.,,� i' -There is such a scare Among-the I Wmdsor olflcials in- regard .to ' tho-�fresh.: suffragette outrages- tliafr.j^'^feni^ St. George's Ghapol and " the- oorth-, terrace, -whore "the band plays; have; bcfcn closed to tlie public. ' f . Later .on .in.rthei's^jisoa WlndBJw lB'v*nue, 'Windsor, Ontario. , .'If.yoBv-WBnt 8p�otaI adrlce write to tjiin �. Finkham IKedloiBe Co.' (oonB-> (Ient|�l)'Lyuni Mais. Tour letter will . be ^.o^ened,: i;�ad and ansrrered by .a vowan, ud tiield In aMot confldenoe. Loudon, April 7.-TUere would have been a European conflagration, but tor the agreement reached by the Powers regarding the tTontiers of the future state of Albar-ia, according to the opinion expressed by Sir Edward Grey, the English Foreign'Secretary, in the House of Commons this afternoon. Sir Edward was emphasizing the importance of the international character of the naval demonstration now being made on the Montenegrin coast, and the imporfarice of \ipliold-ing the European agreement on the subject of Alba-ilia, when he made the grave statement: "That agreement is essential to the peace of Europe ,and, In my opinion,'it was only, accomplished just in' time to preserve the peace among the s�at PoiVers." ' Sir Edward � explained that Great Britain had become a party to the naval demonstration because it was necessary to uphold the agreement reached by the Powers'risgardiug the future of autonomous Albania. He continued :� : "The \yar Hp-w proceeding has long since peased to have any bearing on the 'war between Turkey and the Balkan allies, or to be a war of liberation. The operations being conducted by 'Mpntenegro against Scutari are part of a-war of consequence, and there Is no 'reason why tile sympathy felt for Mpiitenegro and other countries conte.nding for their religions liberty and national liberty, should not be extended to the Albanian people of Scutari, who are contending tor their land, their religion and tbeir lives." ' , The'Fbreign Secretary pointed out that, the arrangement*" of the boundaries leay.es a large tract of territory for division between' Montenegro and Servia, and concluded that the agreement should be upheld by inter-nationali actions, which remain essential for the continuation of the peace among the great Powers. "It is because we believe it is In accordance with humanity, with liberty, and with' justice, and because we know that the peace of ISurope depends on the � maintainance of concord among tile Powers that we have taken part in the action'now proceeding to uphold the. agreement and make it respected." ' . THE LINE'S. FITTED WITH DOUBLE SIDES AND ADDITIONAL, WATERTICBT BULKHEikDS EXTENOmo FROM Tl-IE mnOM So llie TOP OPTHE VESSEL . ' Wm SmU trail New Vovk MY 3-MAY 24 WHITE STAR LINE, 333 MAtN STREET, WINNIPEG WILL BE E INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. CALLING FOR TENDERS ON FOUR-STOREY BUILDING Plans for the International Harvester Co.'s 'warehouse and office build-r ing, to be erected In North Dethbridge this season, are now iii the hands of local contractors, and bids 'WIU ibe accepted up to April 10, as announced' some time ago in the Herald, The plans call tor a four-storey building, 70 feet in height. The main building will be 136 feet by 86 feet, while the tractor department in- the rear will be 66 feet by 86, feet. ' Be-' tween the two will be an open space of 73 feet, a canopy joining the two. Along the whole length of the building is a loading platform; 20 te�tin width, making the whole building one of the most complete the company has yet erected in the province. The office Space will be in front of the building on the main floor, occupying a space forty feet deep. Several local firms are tendering on the. contract. � . CRE WILL BE HEARD LS Ham APPLICATIONS TO STOP ELECTION OWING TO SHORTNESS OF THE TIME , Bdmontoji, April J.-It is understood that, the Injunction applied for against the returning oflicer of Centre Calgary, restraining him from holding an election because it Is alleged that Insufficient time has elapsed between the issuance of writ and. date oi' nom-ina'tion, will come up before -Mr. Justice 'Walsh at Calgary on Tuesday on a chamber motion. As the matter is before' 'the courts, Premier Sifton would not' discuss the matter a;t any length but contented himself by saying that provision is made for just the same lapse ot time in this election as has .always been the case, and if writs are not,legal then there has never been a legal leglsla'tive assembly in the province at all. � THE BmLEFIELDS BURN THE BODIES AND PREVENT SUBSEQUENT CONTAGION AND PLAQUE Berlin, April 7.-A suggestion for, tile wars ot the future Is made by a leading phygiciah in the. Militer Wo;, chenblatt, advocating the ;use of crematories on automobiles which would follow the army along with the regular army wagons. ,. The writer argues that;in the future, wars the bodies of the dead will be the greatest cause of* sickness among the troops as well as the civil population, while the bury ing, of the dead 'will greatly hinder � the mov^ ment ot an army. The writer says that, at the end of: the Franco-Prussian war of 1870 the German police found around Metz, 30,000 bodies insuffloiently covered with-earth. In the single; Cantoa, of' Gorze 15,000 bodies were thus .�found;:. In many of the villages .the water in the wells was so infested that it could not be drank, while the pcT-; centage o[ mortality greatly Increased. The use of crematories on the battlefield was practiced by the Japanese in Manchuria. ? O!*,* ? ? > > > ?'> � WELL KNOWN MAGISTRATE' . DEAD _ Lqiidon, April 7.-Robert H. BuUbcflc Marshall,' magistrate for the past torty-three years . in Btfyv stpeet Police court, . djed today, aged 80 years. ? > ? ? ? ? VALUE OF TORONTO PROPERTY Toronto, April 7.-The .Canadian Bank of Commerce has purchased th'a; McConkey. property. Just west -of Its, main office building at King and Jor-i dan streets, for ^759,000i or ,|11,500 a./ foot. - ' PUT IN STRAIGHT JACKETS , , Paris, April 7.-Th^ automobile' band] ts .� who, are waiting - the death sentence in De La Oahte prison were put in: straight jaolcets Iramedlatply after the Buiqid^k/of; Lacombe yeater-lay. "This'was ibeioause'the authorities'were afraid ifoy^too would ch,^at' the guillotine. WAIDSONIINE SCOTCHMEN! tRiaHMEN! ENGLISHMEN! Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! If you want your friends to reach Canada in the early spring, book, their passage here, NOW.  We can issue their tickets, furnish all information and keep you posted as to when they will arrive. Still have CABIN and THIRD CLASS accommodations, on all : steamers. . Sailings weekly; - large- new. steamers; low rates.' Apply to S. B. Mitchell, Agent C. P. R. , H.E.LIDMAN.Gori. Agent, 349 Main St., Winnipeg, Phone M6312. -I- ii T MS heating apparatus install., ed so that it might' blow up any ,time Vancouver,, B.C., April 4-Char.-es of alleged graft in the VanoouYcr' school hoard , are-being " lnvestigateU5j|i by, a government inquiry.; A; tion was created today by a-sw,o^^-*^ statement in court ot W. B. SpragueiJ^ a heating engineer, to the elSect tha*,y a boiler used lor heathigi the King'^i Edward High school was likely- ^^U' blow up at any time,' wreck .tlioj' building and kill several people. J,^^ R. ,Tracey,! the contractor' '-who ,ih4|; stalled the plant; told , the'.magis-^ trate that he knew little'of.the'job^ hut was willing to make it .rightaHe asked that iithe fact he", suppressed;^ hut the court decided'it ought tojlj'el given the widesti publicity: And;;that" a warning should ^he sent immediate^, ly to the school la order to warn tia] students. ^ , v.'^ off to enjoy' a holida-^T^^ Vancouver; April 7.-^P.. W. Petw* general suparlnteudent ot the.Brill's COlunrbla dlvtsioo. ot.the.C.'p. R,, lit Vancouver In ; his private car, nooee," this afternoon for a ^ trip-'',t(i| the Old Country, and -the continent| accompanied by:Mrs. Peters and'lhfg* niece;'Mlsa Dorotliy'Ijamgford,'rii, Cottage Snap: , 6 room fully modern Cottage, tire place, �tc., on 52 x 119 ft., Fifth Avenue' A'. South. - ^- ' - - , A' "Will take o'ne or two vacant,5 ots ai^ part payment. ,. , �;' 4, HOUSES TO RENT 7^ The..-  , Dowsley - Mulhern Land Co. 515 63 ;