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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 8atiu'(lay, Aptll 10, 1913 THE LETHBIMBGE DAILY HERALD Page :i HI PureBredCattleSale^-f;^ I Next Week Alberta Steers Top the World's Markpts Entries Close Next Monday Write or Phoiie ALLEN JACK, Manager Get Ready The Big Event Every Farmer Should Rush His Seeding and Take Two Days Off to Attend The LETHBRIDGE SPRING STOCK SHOW and Alberta's First MIXED FARMING CONVENTION LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GROUNDS, APRIL 23rd and 24th DOG SHOW UNDER AUSPICES OF LETHBRIDGE KENNEL CLUB, Tliiee Days, April 22ik1, 23rd and 24tlj, NO ADMISSION TO LIVE I AUTOMOBILE SHOW in Main [) LIVE I :X)NVENTK)N I ] STOCK SHOW OR CONVENTION I Building; Latest Models Shown Convention Opens at 11 a.m. Wednesday SPECIAL CONVENTION RATES. ASK YOUR AGENT MORRIS THEATRE Coming--" The A Conjic Opera in Three Acts TWO NIGHTS, Commencing April 24th 20 Big Song Numbers 20 A Chorus of Prcity Singing and J)x Oflice, Api-il 22. 10 a.m. BIG ATTRACTION At the Bijou Theatre SI Tuesday Mext,. April 2 The Beggar /Prince Opera Co. Something Worth Hearing OF MUSIC EDWARD FISHER, Mus. Doc, Musical Director EXAMINATIONS JUNE AND JULY APPLICATIONS MUST BE IN NOT LATER THAN MAY 1. Conservatory Residence ' l='or Young Lady Students YEAR BOOK, 170 PAGES Mailed on Application. , ONE NIGHT ONLY SHANRRO ELECTED (ford, is elected, having 170 majority �t I'imonton, April 18;--H. E. Peny, over; Paul Rudylt, independent, whjo .XiVM. organizer here, claims thnd A. I was 'reported elected, and tlie otliHr ..dliann. J, Iiit)fral eandidalo in Wliit-( Indeiienciant candidate; Dr.- Conn?(iy; MAIL THEM , , TO' The British and Colonial Photographic Co. SHERLOCK &UJLDING. LETHBRIDGE, ^iLTA. YOUR FILMS DEVELOPED AND I^RINTED ' ^DEVELOPING 15o (and up) PER ROLL >' PRINTING'50c (and up; PER DOZ^N.?, ,AL,L-OFipER EXECUJED BY RETURN 01-- ^^SU-' , j-^ SCOTCHMEN!. IRISHMEN! ENGLISHMEN! . Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! If you want your friends to reach Canada in the early spring, booJc their passage here, NOW. We can issue their tickets, furnish ail information and keep you posted OS to when.thoy Avill arrive. Still have CABIN aiid THIRD. GLA.SS accouiinodations . op a,ll steamers, ; Sailings weekly; largo new steamers; low rates., ' Apply to S. B, Mitchell, Agent C._P.;R... �: ' � H. E. LIDMAN; Gen, Agent; 349 Main St., Winnipeg, Phone M5312. , ' CHIEF OF POLICE SUSPENDED St. Paul, AlJnn., April IS.-AcUug Ctiisf ct' Police ai^r'tln ,r. Flanagaq,.of St., Paul, was suspended tiom AvKy to-daj; pending an Investlgatldi), toniglit hy tile Police Commission on charges oti^'neslect' of duty';''' No apppintmonti of another actlna' ciilet was announced^ and'InfO'rniafJon:'as� .to, wiio'wadef tlio chaigoa was withheld. "The Beggar Prince" 1 Tho approaching en.naseniput of tlio ' famous "Beggar Prince" Opera Co.; I at the. Morris Theatre, fcv tv/o nights and a matinee, comrnciKiiis .\prll 24, , i:romi8es to be the social event of the ' Eoasou. Mlssas Bartie Paimsr and Bessie Green are two gifted voung ladies, prima donua ioprancs; Messrs. Hany C. Mcacloy. and Ray Southard ai f. among the Ijest comic opera comedians, while h, Barion Kvans, Ijarl-toae, and Staiilev Dale, tenor, go to malio up the principals of tho company. ,. , . . ., , The:-e is a chorus :oi ijeautifii! girl.s', v('ho sing sweetly and dance delightfully, and are a strong feature cf tht company, all combined to malie a clavcr and IhorougWy Batisfying performance. 'i � -There are two:H5^*--Eong numbtirB' during the, tl;ree acts of tho opera. Mr., Harry..,'C.. Moselev, the princapai comedian, ivai; ftv a numi^er of years one of Broadway's .shining lights, while oich and every member aniens the principals, was moro or iebS .conncctEd with most of the recent New York offeringK. It is a sv.rictly hijh class comic opera ,and Manager Morris siionid he congratulated on having secured ihis excellent, attraction. Reservations can be made ufic- 10 o'clock, April 22. . a * � Features at Starland The exclunve motion pictures of the terrible' i:)aytoa Floods will bo !;hown. agiin lor tiij' last times at Starland today. They give the on-Icoher a very comprehsnsive idp.a of the awfuVifess of the great catastrophe which fiompletely voverv/heimed th,e' once beautiful city oi: Dayton leaving de.'jlh and de.itruction in the path it tore tiu-ough the heart of tho city. For Monday next the managemeut have Escured "The leonoeiast,'' pcs-sibly the greatest thr.ie reel featuTO produced this year by the splendid Broncho company. It is a missive production with a plot so uniciuo that it's efiual has never before been attempted. It deals with a. li�retlc land owner in Now Mexico v/iio grinds down his peons, attempts to prevent a railrosd irom crossing his lands, inqites the Indians to revolt, which results in sensational scenes cf conflict which are stopped by the government authcritles, and Anally- meets u tragic death at tho handa of the outraged Dopulaco. The battle for control of the peons belweeu the Iron hand.5'd master and the good priest, presents dramatic scenes and acting beyond de.scrlption. Three battles are shov,'n in which hundreds ot people are engaged. The fight between the 'peons and tho railroad men which is stopped urn,, Mr. Stubbs also hus the contract for, tjju buildings al Acroe-and Carmangayi!,Th'e contract calls-for about fifty sets of buildings iu'air' I ' ��' ^ Martin's Baggage Transfer ^ Phone 13 8 6 Careful and phonrip' sarvIcK Contractors. Farmers ,. and Qlh'ers CALL UP J. HARRIS & CO. EMFfLOYMENT AGENTS The firm ttiat' has;given you, satisfictloh fpr the pa&t, three years, _ ' ' Phone 1412 , ' P. 0, Box 53t Begin Block', Lethbridge' FOR SALE 25 Fine Brood Sows Some with litters at side, others "'to farrow aoon, some pure bred Berkshire and' other choice sel' pcted, cCiietly Berkshire strain. None better in country. Also fine teams of mares, weight about 28C0. A few cows and heifers. Call or \7rite- Lewis Allen Felger Lethbridge, Rural Phone '411, FOR SALE THE MOST NOTEWORTHY REGISTERED Belgian Stallion JULES DEMONCK, 5 YEARS OLD DARK BAY> W EIG HIN G O'V E R . A TON Can be tried in every respect. Uegistored paper, can .be furnished, TBHIVIS; Onertfalrd c-ash, sec-ou'd payment IR- months alter date of sale;' third paythent, oiie year after da.te 'of second payment. -APPLY- �, E.HEYTENS >WHITLA, ALBERTA ' Or �t the' Live ..Stock-iShov*,' -.Lethbridge, April' e3-?4.- ' FOR SALE OR TRADE Two single disc, 10 ft. Massey- \ .Harris Drills. ' T. W. DIKE Coaldale. Phone R. 715 Mazeppa Alberta Has Excellent Openings for -General 8tore. Hardware Store Lumber Yard Drug Store Doctor ' Restiiurant Livery Barn Implement Warehousfc Bank. I Harness Shop - . t Barber Shop - <�' i, Blacksmith , Grain Dealer Live Stock &' PouMry Dealer , Boarding House. , MAZEPPA , Has a tributary .territory. oftiiO 100 square miles of the oldest i, and most thickly populated.mlx-i";). ed farming district of Alberta, " Asquith & Liudsey.' Agents for� Southern Alberta Royal Bank Building, Lethbridge/^' J. C. GREENWOOD & CO. " 80 McDougall Block, ;Calgary,w' Alberta. ' . i- We Recommend 2 lots 13tb. Street Nortli. ,$525.00 Each ALSO- 3 lots ItJth Street North. $600 each-Terms * HOUSES TO RENT The Dowsley,- Mulhern Land,Co� Sherlock Blflgi 7th St, ;