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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monflay, April 14,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAL15 Page � TODAY GREAT EXCLUSIVE FEATURE PROGRAM "HIS SERGEANT'S STRIPES" A STIRRING MILITARY TALE "SMITH'S MARMALADE" A aoth CENTURY BURLESQUE COMEDY "THE RING OF LOVE" _ A WHIRLWIND OF LAUGHTER__ "THE BREACH OF FAITH" AW ARTISTIC PRODUCTION JESSIE BELL The Clever Comedienne, Singing "A GARLAND OF OLD FASHIONED ROSES" With Special Electrical Effects. Coming NEXT Wed. & Thurs. ACTUAL LIFE MOTION PICTURES OF "THE DAYTON FLOOD HORROR" Apalling scenes In Dayton, Ohio, and surrounding country. Modern business streets twenty feet under iwater. Bridges washed away, trains wrecked, A great city under martial law. PIctuTes taken while the flood was at its height and after it had partly subsided. THE LINE-UP IN ALBERTA CONSTITUENCY Acadia ....... Alexandra Athabasca Beaver River , Bow Valley .. -Calgary North* Calgary Centre Calgary South Oaidrose Cardston ..... Claresholm ... CONSERVATIVE Bentley ..... T. R. Lowery Typographical Union No. 551 IN THE K. P. HALL .Saturday, April 19th DANCING 8 to 12. DOORS OPEN 7.30 Invitations can be had from any member ot ^the union or by applying to the Morning News " or Lethbridge Herald. Invitations. are Jimited. tickets $1.00 LADIES FREE, oHaMEI attacking ^ poor editors London, April H.-As the editors bt the Evening Standard, an anti-suffragette newspaper, -were leaving itihe omce tonight, a womau about 40 years of age. who waa lying in waiting |threw a stone at them, The^ missile missed Its mark,, but .'crashed-through the window of an adjoining office, and injured the night watchman. The woman escaped.' ' � Willdam Aldeworth during; his active lite one of We'st Durham's progres Bive farmers and staitesmen, died at Bothwell in his 84th year. , LOOK AT THIS! Get "busy Mr. farmer, we have two dozen all-leatliei* collars, regular |3.0b-T-out tlicy go at the great Are are ohown, the rushing torrents are seen sweeping everything before them,.' and the �thousands of refugees are Been fleeing from the awful ca'tas-trophe..'These and scores of other Incidents of the disaster are reproduced In the films, which are probably, the most wonderful motion pictures ever secured, by the alert management of .Starland. �..*��.. �  At the Morris , The feature at this theatre for tonight will be a Rex drama picture, entitled 'IThe Wheel of Destiny," the scenes of which are laid in the Southern States. ".the Woman Behind the Man," Is another splendid drama by the Solax Fiini Co,, as also "The Power of; Money," another fascinating drama, . "Harry's Lesson" is a roaring comedy by the Majestic Film Oo.  The management wish' tO'announce that.in'the near future they have a big seven-reel feature^ coming, entitled "Our Empire Navy.". This feature BhouM draw large audiences, and will, no doubt, be looked forward to with ;great interest. ' ', " Monarch Theatre Tonlflrtt .An - .attraction of extraordinary interest is scheduled to'ta'ke place at the SMonaisoh, Theatre tonlghti ithe California Jubilee Quartette holding the ']bpards,"'.Thls ta]entcd't%roup of colors ;ed tsingars come .very.,; highly .recommended, and"therO) Ib noidoubt about !thQ �.las9 ),o| enterfa'Inment 'tliat'wili be brdvlded for this occaslou. The Lethbridge Feed and Sale Stable Ph6ne 1425 AUCTION SALE TUESDAY, APRIL 15th AT TWO P. M. Besides a number of horses, wagons, and harness, there will he offered for sale an OFFICE BUILDING 12 x 18.in splendid condition, also SMALL HOUSE 10 x 12, and corral plank fence; also about 10,000 feet of lumber, consisting of 2 x 4,'b and boards. TERMS-CASH. . Chair, rocker, (all Blrd!s Bye Maple) Brass Bed (square effect) , Box SpHngs and mattress; Jewel, range Kitchen cabinet (Hastings) Two rugs (9 x 12)- V Washing'maohlhe ;(Brighton) ; Wringer Three iron beds (white enamel) Springs and mattresses Sewing machine , , Two dressers One sideboard . ' �  Six,' kitchen chairs^ One Drop leaf table Two heating;stoves ' Two large carpets ' One small table One student's table. ; . feed to any station In the.iL'eth-';;!; bridge district and P/ei>ay all * .Trelflht charges on receipt of ; price, 58.00. 'Send me $19.00' and I win ship you 500 lbs.,-all, charges paid. .  i Write today. Send money by :.st postal note, money order,;; or:';! ;i express;"order.'- � �, � ' � J, C. HANRAHAN Feed Merchant,. LitKbrfdae.; . Special Reduced Fares FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY Trieste and Antwerp TO LETHBRIDGE $49.65 APPLY " > S. B. MITCHELL i C.P.R.'Tlcket Agent; Ltit^bridgt^'' 1 , . � We Recomineiid 2 lots 13th "street North.  $525.00 Each ALSO- -3 lot� 13th Street North. $600 each-Terms \ HOUSES TO RENT \ The mm Dowsley - Mulhernjl m$mm MM m% ;