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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thiusclay, April 17, 1913 THE LETHBEI0GE BAILY HERALD Page 3 A Spial AnnDuncBment From Friaay and Saturday Gdidb FLOOD DISASTER 1,000 FEET OF MOTION F*ICTURES OF THIS AWFUL CATASTROPHE Actual Life Motion Pictures, Showing all Important Scenes of the Flood and Fire, and the Dannage to Life and Property. Thrilling Rescue Scenes, Life Savers at Work, Wrecked Buildings, Fire Scenes, Removing Dead Bodies NO RAISE IN ADMISSION. STARLAND PRICES NEVER CHANGE. NEW HALL Will be Formally OPENED -ON- TUESDAY NEXT April 22nd With a Grand Goneert Admission only 25c. His Worship .Mayor Hardie will preside. 1.-The Half Breed Scout 101 Bison Two-Reel Feature. 2.-The Evidence of the Film- Drama. ' 3.-The Inseparable Friends Comedy. 4.-The Woman Behind the Man Election returns announced in Theatre tonight by special-arrangement. Tomorrow-"The Dove in the Eagle's Nest" Two-Rser Feature B. C. FRUIT FARMER WEDS Ottawa, April IC--CaiTCll Golby At; kens, oldest son of the !ate Somerset Aikens, of Winnipeg, and Miss Katli-ei'ino Reid Foster-, only daugliter of John G. Foster, consul-general for tlie Just Out A POSITIVE HIT "TOO MANY GIRLS ARE MAKING EYES AT ME" The song that put the "2" in Two-Step. FOR SALE AT KENNY & ALLINS DRUG STORE , Samuel D. Watts, Publisher, Macleodr Alta. . Horrors of Dayton Flood at Starland f 111 the thick of the death and desolation that recently visited the prosperous cit yot Dayton, miotion picture camera men battled with the angry elements, and risked death in terrible forms, and all that the photo-fans might behold with their own eyes 'the havoc of the waters. Through a fortunate clrcuuistance a camera man was in Dayton when the Laramie dam rolte aad overwhelmed the Gem City in its swirl of ang'ry waters. Ho was fortunate in, a double sense, being right In the mid�t of one of nature's most tragic tliroe.s, and yet in relatively secure quarters on the upper floor of a proi|jinent hotel. Obtaining the sanction of the military authorities, who had assuaiefl iconti'ol of the flooded secition under martval law, he improvised a boat and made a survey of the situation. The co-opETatlou of the authorities was of great assistance to 'the camera man in obtaining a series of thrilling scenes of devastation and rescue, which are bound to create a sensation tornorrow, when they will be shown for' the first �time at tbo Star-land "fh'eatre. It is hard to realize just what this heroic man had to undergo in order that theatre patrons might be able to i.sit iback in their comfortable chairs I and see tho cruel calamity portrayed. I With the flood boiling through the ! streets of the devastated city -with the j power and current of Niagara, it was i an exlreinely bajiardous 'thing to nav-, igate his, crazy craft. Many of iis pictures were obtained at the imminent risk of destruction, asv huge timbers, great oil Canks, and other strai!go Uotsam lungod at him from the crest of the sv/irllng waters. ' Great credit is due the enterprise of tho Stariand Theatre in securing for its patrons' the oi'igiual pictures of this, terrible calamity. ,Althoueh belug a film secured only at consid-I erable expense b,.- the Starland Tlie-! atre, '(here will be no raise in the adraisEiou,. when' this e.\traordiDai;y film will bo shown for the first time in Lethbridge at Starland, the popular photo-^iheatre tomorrow. 1. To-night - - Bijou Last Showing Of That Amazing Feature The Cowboy Millionaire IN TWO KEELS-YOU SHOULD SEE IT. Theatre - Coming The Exposure Of The Land Swindlers INTRODUCING THE GREAT AMERICAN DETECTIVE WILLIAM J. BURNS A VERITABLE TRIUMPH IN MOTION- PHOTOGRAPHY WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENT PRICES: 15c and 10c. BOXES 25c. SPECIAL MATINEE, SATURDAY AT 2 p.m. CHILDREN 5 CENTS-EVERY CHILD SERVED WITH ICE CREAM CONE SUPPLIED BY F. J. KILLIEN, CONFECTIONER, 3rd AVE. J EJA SEVEN DESMEO NMEO FRANK MEPCY CAPTURED WHILE MAKING HIS-WAY ACROSS LINE (Special to the Herald) B'ernie, B. C, April 16.- Frank Mercy, tlie .prisonor who escaped from the hands of 'the law on Saturday morning, Willie serving out a sent-Ence of six months and twenty days, wa.r> recaptured yesterday at Doon, about t�n ,milea. from the American line, 'by Constable Collins, of Wiildo, who had been on his 'trail since Saturday. He was brought to the Ferule jail, and. will be taken before City Magistrate Whimsler tomorrow morning for preliminaTy hearing. PASSENGERS ABBUI RE burned thr^e days in bunkers and ship's crew 'kept it secret N HOTEL FIRE MALONE, N.Y., SCENE OF A SERI 0,US CONFLAGRATION-WERE CAUGHT IN BED Syracuse, X.V., April IT.-A despatch from Malone, N.Y., says: "Seven persons were burned to death and fifteen others seriously Injured when fi're desti'oyed the DeWilson Hotel hel-e this morning. "Caught in their beds, thirty or more guests, .were shut off from escape as the flames shot up the stairways. Several women jumped from the third floor. The fire s'tarted with an explosion, the cause of which is unkno^wn. Some of the guests svere overcome In hallways and some in their rooms. Firemen managed to save a tew by getting them out of the windows, but 'there was little time for rescue 'work." s FLOODED Memphi-, Tenn, April IG.-VV'ater from the 'breaks in the Taconia circle of the I'aiited States to Canada, were married in St. AndTG-w's Church, hew, at noon todaj-. The bride, who is a Vas-sar graduate, is one of the leaders in the capital's social set. They, will spond their honeymoon in British Columbia, wliere Mr. Aikens 8vvus an extensive fruit farm. \ew Vor!;, April 17,-While a stn'o-., . , born fire was burninf; in the coal i�" ^''1� bunkers of the steamer Cincinnati on i'^^^f ^^'PP' ^'^"e"'' '^he mouth of her vovage from fieno-j, which endad ^^^I'te River today, is undating a large here last night,. the paassngera sljpt, ; -action of southeast Arkansas. Many ate, walked about and enjovcd the valuable plantations will be overflown, usual shipboard recrc-tion in entire Scores of negro famines were mads isnoranee that, anything cut c.f t\\j liomeloss, but most of the residents of ordinary wasgoin;; ou. It took th-. that section were prepared for the at this.lhVrecogniaed'horne of photo''-!crew three day.^ tovox(,-uguish tlio '^reak.  ��    . -. play, v/as thoroughly enjoyed and i'""'c- -^t no time was th'.?re any dsn-! On the Misgissippi aide, from Rose- ' ger of the fire sprcad'n^j, ho^svsvor,-^ dale to. Coahoma, the embankments tho ofiicers said last night wh-n _ . Cincinnati rcaclietl quarantine. Great Progrsn-i r,i thn Bijou, The. p.rogram presented last, ilight Typographical Union No. 551 appreciated by the large audience attending. The feature subje'ct in .two reels, "The Cowboy MiUionairp," -is by fa'i- tffe best ever seen here, and many wsrc the congratulatory remarks passed on the whole perfortn-, auco. This film is tlie crowning effort of the manufacturers and is of such an interesting and humorous character that it must be seen to. be apprecia'ted, any wcrd picture: falling I short of the merit due to the produc-' tion. Miss E. Linlcy Jones is a special added feature, entertaining nightly vi'ith catchy popular airs which are thoroughly enjoyed by 'the audisnces, who take up the chorus in a hearty manner. The management in thia-instance have shown excellent judg-: nient, deeming it unnecessary to inir ; port vocalists, bu't relying- on our home talent, of which I^ethbridgo has many excellent voices, both male ami '.female. ' I- Romejinber the special matinee � fc-i? ! children at two o'clooli ' Saturday, when Ice cream cones will be served to each child, supplied by 'the popular confectioner, F. ,f, Killien, ?,rd Ave. -An t::col.(enf program has ibeen arranged, ono film especially for the MAIL THEM T O The British and Colanial Photographic Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING.' LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. YOUR FILMS DEVELOPED AND PRINTED DEVELOPING 15c (and up) PER ROLL PRINTING SOc (and up) PER DOZEN. ALL ORDERS EXECUTED BY RETURN OF MAIL. DON'T STAY GRAY! SAGE TEA WILL DARKEN YOUR HAIR BEAUTIFULLY A MIXTURE OF SAGE AND SUL- You juflt dampen a sponge or �oft PHUR PREVENTS DANDRUFF brush with "Wyeth's Sage and SlJ. AND FALLING HAIR phur" and draw It through.your hoAr, - taking one small strand at.a. time. Da When you darken your hair with this at night and by rooming all gray Sage Tea and Sulphur no one can tell hair dlBappears and after another ap:. considerable titnewas los; in getting a proper stream oi waU:: oil 'the, fire, and the flam6s did a tii.or-oush job. The house cf GeorgcMIay, which was. in cl.ose pro.ximity: to that of Zim-1 min, was saved'with difficulty. Had the wind been from the north it Is likely that tho grea':er part of'the | north end of the town would have gone. , .. Zinimin is a porter in the .King's Hotel, ' Trans-Atl-antic liiglit to tlio West Indies in the dirigible balloon. Just as all preparations had Ireen coinpl;t;d for the flight at daybreak this morning the gas escaped in some manner through tiio chief valvp, and tho envelopes suddenly became deflated. ! Urgent telegrams were sent to Germany for a further supply of gas.- Enginecr Ivrugcr wJio had been engaged to navigate the dirigible,, at the last moment mads some demur about undertaUing the hazardous voyage and the promoters of the flight toolc out $50,000 insurance in his behalf. ,': ',. Brucker expressed extreme annoyance over tile .act. A large crowd which "had waittd tpr hour.'s hoping'to see the departure, mauifcstQd much disgust at the postponement of the' voyage.' /" s LONDON BROKERS HEAR , PER-- TURBING STORIES ABOUT ALLEGED DISHONEST MANIPULATIONS 0 INCREASE .THE Rev. Dr. Cnarlcs Williams of Dublin has Rccapted a' eall to St. James Methodist church, Montreal. will Add a couple of extra judges to the appelate division Na-OrU'OoDyspspsIa Tablets Oa!�i(lf PotOlsordered StomaGhs RlgM 'It'� � revelation to the chronic dyspeptic to feel no discomfort after a hearty meal, wlicu that meal is followed by one IJa-Dru-Co Dy.?pcpsi? Tablet, i Hcislunlly prcp'Arcd for the almost maKic relief which the tablet gives him.from the various discomforts to which be is accustomed after eating. Na-Dru-Go Dy.-.pepsia Tablets sweeten stomBchs^ that are>sour-relieve ctoniachs that feci as if astoucliadbecn swallo-wed-r-stop heartburn-and give the needed assistance to stomaclis that are weakened. � ' Containing in themselves the active principle needed for cHResliiig eveiy kind of food. Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets enable' even the weakest stornachstogct the fjood ont of what is eaten, proventiiig the'accurauIaUon of undigested food and gas. With � little help for n .while, the dJRestive' organs recover tlieir strength, do, their woik properly, and yourtroublcs areovesri?'^ Don'tgo3nsnfffcringl Geidsoc.box of Na-Dtu-Co Dyipepsla Tablets from yonr difuggift foJay. National Drug unci caieiaical Co. of Canada, I4mlt�-d,  'Moh'treal." London, April 17.-Enquiries made by the Canadian Associated -Pres.? siibw: that. tiic nppeiiatj jurisdiction I biJ introduced by the Lord Chancel-' lor is certain' to hecomo law. The bill is heart'ly welcomed in legal circles connected with '! the .ludicial committee of. the Privy Council wliich is not unnatural Considering, it means the addition of two salaried law lords each at �C,000 yearly. Apart from this, however, it .is felt that tho bills provisions wi.l im-,i menselv strengthen the privy counoUj and consequently increase the;pop'ti-^L^ larHy of appeals from the Overseas dominions. London, April 17.-Urokers'in the  London cdtton inaflcet were greatly , perturbed yesterday by reports from  Memphis that nearly 1,000 cott-rh' warehouse certificates held by thb Martin firm, had been iound to be': duplicates and forgeries. The brokers and bankers concerned . noticed aJ;: ' once that just sufficient time had.-, elapsed since J. W. Martin's disapf pearaticc on April, 3 for thorecjipts;:. to pass through the usual channels: and reach America and the forgeries/vi; be discovered, if forgeries they be.;.-The loss, it is said,will amount to ) about $50,000, but It is uncertain who ishit, if any, if the receipts arerw forged. Np further questions are asked here'i' now by city men as to the reasons for Martin's disappearancej oapecial-.s* ly when it is liuown that  a le^/fiiv} hours before he dropped out of sightsi he cleaned out a small drawing ac- -count, amounting to $1,026 ia a-, London bank. CAVE-IN KILLS ONE Black Lake, Que., April' 16;-r-0ne'' man was killed and two injua'.edv as af; result of a cave-in In tlie pit of the .v.' Johnston Company, yesterday. :ThB.y' victims are: George BetuUet; dead;_:',| Napoleon Pare, broken leg;-.; Georgeks Gain, sllgUitly injured. The cave-iix ^ was caused, by the, front coming'outs' of the ground, which caused a lot of earth and rock on the side, of the: pitk' to fall to the bottom. , SILENT DISPLAY OF STRENGTH Leige, Belgium, April 17.-S'trong columns of .strikers, without:: niualp,' flags or insignia of any kind today marched along the country roads, un-. itlng the towns, and villages In this part of Belgium; as a-deinonstration. The dingy, silent oolmuris-o-f men now and,then met detachments.of cavalry. In glittering unitormsi but no' col-: lisions took place. HE HANGED HIMSELF" Berlin, Ont., April IG.-William ?at-tehburgj ' 55: years. old, a 'well-known cltUen of BlmiTii,.committed suldlde. by banging this afternoon. No motive can be assigned for .the act. . ShilohV '.'The Family l*rSfnd foir 40 yaan." A BtWeJ fjiUiiC TcUef for Croup andiWhoopInK-Courtk.^'ii IS.) We Recommend . 2 lots 13th Street North. $B26.0O Each 3." lots 13th Street North'; $600 each-Terms '' HOUSESi^JTO RENT' ! The Dowsley - Mulhe^n Land Co. Sherlock Bl(l?.7tli;St^l 02 60 83 61 ;