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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcdncsdty. April T 11 L K T II B KI D G K I) A 1 I, V IIK I> A L1 Page JLearn now of Hosiery Really Fault-Free! Let your next hosiery purchase be Examiner these perfected stockings or socks closely when tiie clerk shows them to you. Notice tlie utter abseuce of the clumsy, troublesome seiuns you have been wearing. Hold them up and study how the shape has been knit into the fabric dragged into shape us in all other hose. And then, when you wear thorn, see how suuji and neat they (it shape-retaining their method of manu- facture how long-wearing our exclusive knitting process makes it sure your hose will you cease casual buying and demand only 7U MADE BY Penmans Limited PAKIS. CANADA Cddertvear, VLoslory mi automobile were to slip from Ihc control of its driver on Maelcod hill now and hurl itselt with (is otrijpants over tdft steep bank us one did last fall when the late Mr. Murray was killnd, the city would lie able to make no defense that; the spot where tho machine went over the hanks, was not in Ilia city limits, tor with tha signing of the amendment to tlie old charter passed by the legislature at Kdmonton last winter, the whole of the jMaeleofl hill on tliis side of thn liver, from the bridge approach tr> the top, bcoamc tho property of the city. This fact, however, has not deter- red the provincial government road department from making some very necessary improvements on the hill. Since the first oi March a gang oi men has been busy on the hill, and by May 1 it will be in excellent sj'j.Tpe. ft iviJl rJiMi bt; turnwl over to the city, and it will he for the city's street department to keep it In repair. The small bridge which, spanned the ravine this side of the tuaflic bridge lias disappeared, and a cement culvert has taken its place. I The work hub been done under the supm'lfiion of Jnspeutor Aiiiswortlt, who has charge of roads in this dis- Mr. Ainsworth already has four gangs of men ;it work on the road construction pi'ogv.im planned lor this year and outlined in the Herald some weeks ago. One Rang is al Ron- Island and another HtirdeU. These are working on the trunk road which will eventually roimect the eastern and western boundaries, of the province through the Pass.., A third is working at on the extension of the trunk road to Cardston while the. fourth .lias hectr working on the river hill. Two important pieces'of work to be undertaken soon will be the safe- guarding of the western bin on the Macleod trail and the hill over tho river at Taber where a fatal .accident occurred not long ago. U Is iin'ilor- stond that prison labor will bo used on these two as ilio work is of a peculiar eharttiiier suited 10 that kind oE labor. NQ prison gangs liavo been put to work ihfg spring as yet, but it Is likely that at least three crews will be put out during tho sum- mer. I VISITING INDUSTRIAL CENTRES MAYOR WAS DIS- QUALIFIED FOR A KNIGHTHOOD London, April King and Quecu yesterday bngan another tour among the industrial classes of their subjects. A year ago their, majesties Knuth Wales and Yorkshire, yesterday they were at Crowe, and today and tomorrow they will be among the people of the potteries. Their majesties left London yester- day for Crewe hall, where they are, guests uf the Marquis and Mar- chioness oi Crcwe. When the King reached Crewe hall, he sent for Robert Tunibull, super- intendent oi the line on the London and Northwestern R. and confer- red upon him the honor of Knight- hood, but tlie cwstcsisrj'1- procedure nn such occasions knighting, the mayor of. the borough receiving their majesties, was omitted, presumably because in private life the mayor is naly a railway signal man. More than once as a signal man Mayor We Recommend 2 lots mil Street Mom. Each 2 lots 13th Street riorlli. HOUSES TO RENT The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING, 7th St. Manning has horne a share of ilie responsibility in tho signal hox while tile King passed in f.lie railway train.. Today lie will he back al his post of duty and otiorous responsibility, but yesterday he was standing to re- ceive his majesty in the.midst of distinguished gathering and 'was spoken to in turn by many notable personages within the enclosure, and snap-shotted continuously by photo- graphers. The signal man bore him- self with quiet dignity throughout. ARTCOLLECTIQN BROUGHT BIG PRICE London, April Bfiloiidui' art collection, of Sir Lionel Phillips, who lias decided to a permanent I residence in South Africa, has ,been{ sent to Christie's auction rooms for sale.'1' Sir Lionel, who was created a 'bar- onet in 1912, has been interested i" South African mines for many .years. He ia a member of tlie United Par- liament of South Africa and of the firm of Messrs Weinher, Bert Go. He was one of the four TJitlaudcrs condemned 'to death for his connec- tion with the Jameson Raid in 1S9U, but was released. Yesterday -his col- lection of engravings was sold and realized about The prices for old prints were very At the Bijou "Tho of the in three IYC-IK is tl't; special fraimv Co t'nniatioii al. (his housfi par t-xt't tonkin ami tmiioiTov.'. Thu pomns of Kir Walter Hcoit arc so univorsji UIHIWU Uiat a jiynupHisi in (uuirtily un- .suffice it to any that, the Company in this niafiiorjfioct.1 of the- itinnorlul .avu aikliu! oun more u> tin list of successes in photoplay. The t whole subject teems with historic j beauty and tho various tw-noK in and around "Louh Ka- tritta" mid :i color to (hi- tin-in..', see- ing tliat ilin story di-als with the J'amoiis Dim and that Scottish King .lame-; V. An oxccllcnt comedy will be tin; sinking bv itiat .ilahity coiaodieniio, MiHK LinU-y Jones IKUIH; as a vocalisL is n luniiiohoid coiuph'tuH a pro- Knun that has net, equalled in the city. Unrortu'on eimtmstam-ijK dulay- od (.In? HiTival of Pathe's U'cekl. whilo (lie regret Llut (lit.- apiiointntont Lo their patfoiia, have arrauticnii-nts so (hat in rulurc it will lut oxhlbltud en eh Mon- day and Tuesday without fail. Although eonsiiterablii (jxponsu iui.s boon incurrud in securint; tho "Lady of flic tins prices will Im as UBiiiil, 15c and 10c, as Mm manage- niont dcHirouti of uvoryoiie seoins thiii reriuirliablu subject. Splencfjd Variety Programme at Btar- Innd Today An ospocidlly good four feature pro- firarnmo will lio tlie .special offering at Starli'.ml for today mid tomorrow, dur- ing tlio .Mixed Farming Convention. Visitors to Starland "win find 'this papular place amusement to be without tho Jiiost. c-Htertalji- liiK and plioio-pUty theatre in tho iirovlnco, and tlip ideal plnco at whieli to spend many a happy hour. The programme toduy Is headed by "Love Is a magnificent dram- atic portrayal, phatoKrapitecl in glor- ious Southern Calffontia. This ro niaiu-e of love, where the beauty ol chariicior- and charm of voice form j the basis for an attachment, tho cijpiion to tho. eyp. .cannot nuir. wil! delight' all fortunate enough to wiN nosri it today. Another drama on thu.sn.mc bill will iia "The Woman Who Knew, a sterling production, by the Reliance Coinpany, Tho comedy clement will be admirably sustained by "Mind the one of the most ludicrous corn- pilios of the season, 'whilst Urn bal- ance of tlic1 photo-play programme will lie- completed with "The it stirn'nfi story of a man's patriotic devotion to his country, Mists Jessie Bell, the popular enter- tainer, will be heard in the liic'odioiis ballad "1C I Had the World to into her rendition of which will be a number magnificent and new electrical effects. For next Monday, the sensational two-reel feature "The Sergeant's Se- cret." has been secured, "The Beggar Prince" at the Morris Theatre for Two Days "The Beggar Prince" Opera com- pany, which comes to Lethhridge to the Morris Theatre for two days com- mencing Thursday, April 24, is a opera and is one tliat delights the music, loving public. Some twenty odd 'Singing numbers are used during three acts and they are inter- pellated by a cast that was selected on account of 'their singing voices and supported by a strong' chorus of gij-ls whose singing is wonderful and danc- ing extremely neat, Henry G, JMosely and Ray Southard are two well known opera comedians who stand 'tvay up in their profes-; eion and their comedy penneatea the entire (three acts. Miss Bertie Palmer, tiie prlma don-j i soprana, and Misa Bessie Green, j Stanley "Dale, tenor, and L, Barton i always take WRIGLEVS home on pay day. My whole family likes it and I want them to. It's a fine enjoyment that's fine for them. I chew it myself going home. It refreshes my mouth, purifies my breath, brightens my teeth, and gives me a good appetite. I haven't had indigestion since I've chewed it." BUY IT BY THE BOX it costs any and stays freah until used, It's sold at almost every kind of shop and stand. Made in Canada UvantJ, hurjtono, go-'to make up Hie principals tho earn. There IK al- ready a big, advance and It wculd bo well to makn reservations early. Big Drawing at the Monarch Tonight The management or thn Monarch tonight arc holding a big drawing, worth of Quaker bread tickets being given to two Different parties in lots each. Coupons have been given with each ticket purchas- ed for two weeks, tind will be ec-ld up (a the last minute "tonight, so that every one will have a chance -to se- curp tho prize. This ig an opportunity to secure a very desirable prize, and should not he overlooked by anyone. The programme am] music win be up to the usual standard of excellence and a splendid evening's entertain- ment, is assured every one. i "W. G. Charlton of South Dorches- ter was nominated for the House of Commons by the liberals of East Elgin in convention Ht Ay liner. A FINE CONCERT Diamond City, April Following is a program of the concert given the Baptist church hero last Friday night. H WiiH nrat class In, every par- ticular and wits enjoi'ed by a largo and appreciative audience, an was evidenced by 'the encores demanded. The proceeds arc to apply on the purchase of a .new organ. The pro- smm is to be rEpeaied in (lie Coal- hurst Church oC England on next Fri- day evening: Part One Opening Prayor Pa nor R. .1. Could Quartette "One Sweetly Solemn Mrs. (Dr.) D'Arc, Miss Clark, Mr. Tt. Laniar and Rev. Grant. Solo, "I Raymond Lamnr. Mleft Ward. Solo, "Tim at the -Mrs. (Dr.) D'Arc. Violin Selection. "Flower MfiBsrs, McDormott and Davis. Part Two Piano Solo, Miss Hawkey nf hcUibridge. Trio, ''The Last HoaR of Mrs. D'Arc. Miss Clark and Misa For- tur. Solo, "Dream of Ray- mond Laniar. Reci'tation, "Gnnga Ilev. A. V. CJrant. Piano Solo, "Tiro Miss Jlan'- r. Duet, "Beyond the Mru. D'Arc and Miss Clark. Monologue, Remain Rev. A. V. Grant. A DOUBTFUL REPORT A report from 'Edmonton ctafmfl that O'Brien, Socialist, was elected In Rocky Mountain. The Herald doubts tho reliability of the report. A wire was Bent to tho returning officer, seeking information, but no reply bad been received lip to the hour oi. going to press. Bishop Fallen oC London paid a visit to Holy Angels' church, Sr. Thomas, and tho congregation sub- scribed over towards the pro- posed seminary in London. Monarch Theatre 1 1 o-night TONIGHT GRAND BREAD DBAWING FIVE DOLLARS WORTH OF QUAKER BREAD TICKETS. To be given two lucky ticket holders. ________ Coupons are good for a chance tonight. 10 cents 15 cents EAT VARIETY PROGRAM "LOVE IS BLIND" Superb- THE BABY" Just Enough Pathos to save you from Laughing Yourself to "THE WOMAN WHO KNEW" Appealing BELL SINGING "IF 1 HAD THE. WORLD TO GIVE" With Special "THE PATRIOT" A Story of a Man's Devotion to his NEXT "THE SERGEANT'S T 0 D A Y HIS WIFE TOO ILL Ottawa, April Cook, former mayor, who was offered tin; position of secretary of British Col- umbia Inditui Lmids Commission. has-1 been compelled to decline tlie oftioe, owing to the illness of his wife. The Dominion govi'rnnumt will to tlir subsidy, for a West Indian steamship sarvic.i and I two new stcamer.5 be placed: o'.i I (he route. The Beggar Prince Comic Opera Company Two Nights, Commencing Thursday, April 24th With a Chorus of Beautiful Femininity. 75c, and 50c. DOORS OPEN 8 p.m. CURTAIN 8.30 SHARP Seats Sale at Theatre Box Office. Today and Tomorrow The Great Masterpiece in Three Reels. Lady of the Lake" Adaptation of Sir Walter Scott's Poem. a Prog-ram of Sterling A Delightful A Farcial Comedy in Addition Colmnletes Merit. 1'rcia Bi.jou Orchestra Always in Attendance. Prices lOc and 15c Boxes 2Se PATHE'S WEEKLY WILL NOT BE SHOWN THIS WEEK BUT ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN PER- FECTED WHEREBY THIS CELEBRATED WHIRLIGIG OF CURRENT EVENTS WILL BE PRESENT- ED EVERY MONDAY AND TUSDAY REGULARLY. ;