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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satiii^aiiy. Aj)iai 12^ 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP Page 3 mm TO-DAY mm LAST SHOWINGS OF THE GREAT WEEK-END PROGRAM ^*In the Regions of Darkness*^ SENSATIONAL TWO-REEL FEATURE ' "The Reprobate'^ ' POWERFUL DRAMA "LOVE AND PAIN" and "THE MAN NEXT'-DOOR'" Two Komlcal Keystone Komedles Dainty Jessie Bell IN MONOLOGUE AND SONGS COMING Next Wednesday. & Thursday. Authentic Motion Pictures of THE OHIO FLOODS Wonderful Pictures of the . APPALLING DAYTON , DISASTER. Moms Theatre TO-NIGHT^ *'Tlie Half-Breed Scout" A Western Drama, Two-Reel ' T Feature "The Race" Thanhouser Drama 'The Honeyinooners' A Roaring Comedy 10c and 15c. Monarch Theatre To-night 1.-The Old Prospector. . ; Great �Western. Drama. a.-Those Love-Sick Cowboys ; domedy. SiT^HIs Career-r-Gomedy drama 4r-The Rate-Drama 10 cents ' and 15 cents Monday Special Callfornld Jubilee Quartette Attraction Extraordinary Monarch Theatre Monday, April 14th At tt.15 p. m. . The California Jubilee .Quartette ^.Colored entertainers'^ fn Plantation" Melodies^ Jubilee Songs, popuJar alr^ and classical selections.' ' ' ' Adutts; 35c, - ^ CbJIdren 25c. FiLOWBRiNQ BULBM GLADIOLUS These; are nlest effaoti'��' in th� gUtk den, the colors are nukffnificent and they M-e easily.jfrown,. We Offer : Choice Mixed-10 for 30c; 25lor65-pagre ,1 �ll.'-Cataloifueof VoBMBble, Flower and Farm Seeds, Buibt, Plants, Poultrv Supplies, FRIENDS HAVE ENTERED AN APPEAL Hosmer Miner Sent to Jail for Three Months for Carrying Matches ^ �>;��':.V"^'ohFo Flood�PlcturW'at 'property. These pictures wea-e taken --�-T show the'damage' done la that".-city and the surrounding ..dlBtricts. They' 'win be shown; at Slarland on .next "Wediesaay' an'd Thurfld^ayf without fatl. A splq^ndld 'weekVeaid proerarii ii being'given it's last^^libwing^ ^aV^.tar-land itoday.^tW, bill. Iiioludin^ many notable and interesting,offieriijgs, .Mi's's, Jessie Bell complctoja thQ; bill wi^h a : J, in- the vicinity' of Dayton, Ohio, and dleyer monologile and. song, �vjjinnlng 'K ��'t' ' � 1' i � ''......' --;--t--;-s-- w rii?O�t�' W�,VW^. Total Assels^i FlnancialPi Vho maintains i siro ig biiikin ^ ^ gooJii=eo']l lu ULl hv 11 ilyfQpemng d'CSSffclcl'iig Accoimt niK? niakmi; .ill 1 i\ uci ^ Cheque, joi^,e^nv^ ^ihe rosiject 'ird contilei c of 1 ii'ikess ^eu. Morevet, 'fiis lb tiie la'est aal woJt coneia' iitVa/ to.iaiike iiU pA\ ut|m LETHBRIDQE BRANCH GPASSV LAKE-BRANCH ^ c-..,r.-TINNING,; WagaatiE A "B, KING, Acts ,^^�.nager m 4 I �great'; applause with her; entertainingi capabilities/, ' j /'*'* ' ' CaliforrhIa Jubilee Quartette A rare treat is' in" store'' for those that visit the Monarcli_ on "Monday^ ciglif.and hear the^^Callfornia Ju.bllee Quartette'. Rendering as they do/'thW old'and ever popular �'plantation, melodies, the Jatest rags,) and,, in' fact, all jnuBio that's goo'd, a tdVoraJjle'lm-pressilon- is immediatelycreated whach continues thrdughoutftthe'enier*; tainmeat. One-ot the f'ealu'res oTt {^ei Belgian Pre mi e" r Addresses Journalists on the Question liicliiiirial Unrest Brussels, April 12,-Premier de Broqueville,: speaking to the journalists,last nighty ;:did not disguise the; gravity, of'the-,situation. He said he believed the strike is being promoted by the secon.dai'y" labor leaders, who hope for ^promotion through it at the: eKpensevof,:M-iKandervelde and other eminent i'lbbor.. leaders, who al-w^ays haddisapproyed'iOf a general strike, believing that .manhood suffrage was bound- to. cornel'If the workmen had, only alittle^patlence. The .Premiei'I'said he hoped the E'trike wouIdiKbe'^a peaceful one, as had been ;announced. The spectacle of.the.:Iiabor;partjr, calmly and dlgnl-; fiedly, demonstrating its strength and its' dlscipliile-r)t�hXd^ not fair to' make an impresslbn:'/6n:-?�he nation. The premier saiditrlfowever, that he had made every.preparation to stop disturbances and'^defend the freedom of labor,  - ' M, de Broquevitle re-affirmed that the; goVernment's:>jj08itlon Is that the; vital- ques.tipnjifeihe moment was. national defence'an'd said it declined to .submit'ItiO threats'.and - abandon its stand in- favorfo�>a decision of .the :oonstltutlonaV^reaolution, - The jour-inaKsts .who.had-'sg^lhered for'thei-talk with tlie Premi8iS''8^emed to W"^ of the impre8slons>ihoj^,v.that he. wasi.ia-> dined to share:'the;x>.pinion ot M..Van-'deirvelde. that: manfi3od suffrage � was bound to ^cfame In^Belgium In a few: years. ,^ '_. ��',,  M, VartderTjelde.^jin.' the course ot an Interyiew. tonighti ,� declared -emphati-' callyi'that the strike : movement was kOfi,:-av.�puEely:'.i)o]ItlcaI;:^oharacter, irand ,iii-nO'|ienS6,a war on gapltal. :He:said ftixeiwoi'k'efs "would use .their utmost endeavors iito preserve i-iuational  dlg-iHlty.'.and. industrially-avert Its injury ;by �.fhesjextinction. 'of :the' furnacos or the caving in of the coal mines, which �Would ..defeat their object, since the Vorkefs- would be 'the principal auf--. ferers; , ' ( Tl\e .unions, M. Vandervelde continues;'', would appoint,gangs 'of: men to'keep, things going in the various es-" tablishments, ;B0 that^iiihe.. very ::dajrj the Strive is ended the- factories and rotnes-^wpuld be- able .ito: resume;tuil: oparatigns Mosmer, B. C, ApHl.ll.-Andrew Dimedovich, who was sentenced. last Friday to three months' hard labor in the Nelson jail by H, L, Brown, justice of the peace, for the ottence of having matches in his possession while, employed in the mine, returned to Hosmer Wednesday eveningi Dimedovich had been in Nelsbn less than an hour when word was ^ received there authorising his' return,, as aa appeal had been entered by a number of his friends; on the ground that the sentence'he received was too heavy for the offetico committed. He is now out on bail until the 8th of May, when his-gase will come up at the spring assizes in Fcrnie. Mr. R. H, Wilson, who for the past six- months has .been thC: missionary m charge of the Presbyterian work in Hosmer, left- Thursday morning for Vancouver, where he wiU resume his studies. Mr.y.'Dustan, the missionary appointed, to succeed Mr. Grant of Crows Nest, arrived in Hosmer Saturday; .evening and assisted with. the',' Sunday, services in the Presbyterian church, leaving Monday morning to take. up his work in Crows Nest. '..-:' '�� The annual meeting of the Hosmer Tennis club was, held 'the, lirst of the weekj, when Mr. .Frank Newton \(ras rcrelected secretary;Tireasurer of the club' for the coming! season and Mr. R,.J-.:Beardsworth appointed to assists him. : From present appearances it  wili^ihe /some- time 'yet before, the season - opens, as- ;, the: .court is still covered ''With ice, .haying::,been used as ,an ;open-air skating.vrink: during the winter.\ � it:',:.-, ;"^::'v:',-. ;�::.' - :- Miss .Constance Marlatt returned home; Thursday, evening; after having spent; the past twoymonths as the guest of jMrs. Buirnside, of Warner, ,.Aita.\..:.:.,..;.:...�,.�.�.::�:��;.:�,��', Mrs;.^,, Wright, of .Edmonton, .is spending: ;aifew �.sleeks with, hen sis- terj'^.MrS^i.D^::Ei^:Koelyi.':.l;:;:::;:,�'':.:.�;�' "Building in" the.Duty THINK if you can, what 35% extra value would mean in your Auto-xnobilef Extra room, better access' oriee and finer; finish-more power -amoother running-more care in conrtraction-stronger axles-and greater Uberaihy in design. " In Tudhope Gars you get that 35% extfa value. The Tudhope Factory at Orillia "guilds ^wro" the cars the 35% duty saved. A demonstration will show what this adds to the'appwareuice,'comfort and de� , pendabiUly of Tudhope Cars; TUDHOPE^*6.4d'* with Gray&D8VM Elect-; ' i ; licLightingsndCrwikinii. j; Extra tire and (ufl equip- T-Pataenffcr Toir* pedo bo�ly $2,500 f.o.L.OrilB� The 11JDHOPE MOTOR C6., Limited, OrUttaTCaitM^ ^ "rheCafAhttti'*. TUDHOPE **4.36" with Qray & Davis Elect' ric Lighting. Extra tire and full equipment. S-PaMenjgrer $1,625 I.a.b.OrilUa fE OLD .Toronto, Apiil 11 -Hon Samuel Casey Wood, for 12 years provincial &ecretaryj,^7,coinmissioner of agriculture, and pyovincial, treasurer successively 1n ithe-Liberal government, of Sir Oliver Mo-xat, d:cd here today in his eiglity-third year, roliowing a brief illness. Mi:. WpiJd.was born at Bath, Ont.i Beginning'his' career as a school teacheti''he'entered commercial life ,  . _ � Tudhope, Anderson Co., Liinite4|| REQINA, SASKATOON, CALGARY, LETHBRIDQE, SWIFT cOrR.ENTM!) A SNAP 1^ -- 1^ ; f later and soon became^ projninent.'-He was connecfce'd .-vflth ^ Jnany ^financial' and industrial concerns, being a director of the Sterling Bank of Can-^ ada, the'Western Assurance'company,"' and' the Canadian Acciden-fe'Insurance Co.,, ' . / ' ' quartette is the remarkable ^doubW ^oi'ce possessed by Mr Payne ^Thl& gentlenian; has^ 'a-w6i) ''. | ITpnIght-., at;|f,;t;hef-tpopulairii.jjpfc one of. its .CYcellenCQident last] '*evBnil^g*,; f\' ."'An' i-'V'-'u k .'^''WHile't'hitchihg a bronchos* pirejiMto'ry io driving "t't*'!*", J *�^^"' ftamfhjs farm two mile;s east, one,pf >'tbe, animals became Tcs;^ive,jp\J kick-, ea' him' on the head.' "Hp .w^s'.Tirought into town m an unconscious" cpndi^! tion, 'where he received medical'^ at-!; tention. � - TheV nature ot his injuries is such that he js to be takfin to the G-alt hospital in Itcthbtidge on this even- J STORY 'IS DENIED Colop, Apill ILr-Qupiaaflne' btd-"] I I* >o n nil J n,ii i^l'inii'tl ai if 11 lino' ( hid tirrcd t'lt-u, is. , r>. B MITCHELL CPR. Ticket Agent, Lethbrldge ILOCK BUILDINCS: > . t~ 't^'i-,-\' � '-tincniwu � Y06r'''JF|L5(IS.DE.VeL'0Xed:/AND PRINTED ' , DEvVL0PINGM5p^".(and.:yp) PER ROLL ''PRINTING", 60c''(and'li^) PER DOZEN ,| ALL ORDERS EXECUTED*BY RETURN OF riAlL. ' Harness; .i^hop ;  BarberJ'Shopj'�Jf  ,.BIa*ck8n1lth>^,-' ,,,, Gralnl;Dealer-r'tfJ -,ood hoi "-c n thi i iti ?o,oo() _ T',- . * lirthfi piifhil-i"* ipply. The Dowsley - Mulh^i Land p 1722 3 ;