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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta V .r " .1 1^ - if 19 4 r Wediicsdty. Apiil 215, 1{>13. Tin: LETUBKinOE DAILY HERALD 1 Page 3 1 till 111 �  �: *� �*' � �f ,�  1 It* i ill 1 .1. ��4 Learn now of Hosiery Really Fault-Free I Let your next hosiery purchase be Pen-Angle. Examine these perfected stockings or socks closely when the clerk shows them to you. Notice the utter absence of the clumsy, troublesome seams you have been wearing. Hold them up and study how the shape has been knit into them-not the fabric dragged into shape as in all other hose. And then, when you wear them, see how snug and neat they fit --how shape-retaining their method of manufacture - how long-wearing our exclusive knitting process makes it sure your hose will *   ... 1 t 5?. V V. be--once you cease casual buying demand only 4N and ^ 79 'A ridge has disappeared, and a cement culvert has taken its place. At the Bijou "The Lady of the hake" In throe roolK is the special ff^'itun' for prc-f,(�nlation at. tills housf. par oxcellonco toniRltt and tomorrov.. 'Cbo jiooms of Sir Walter Stiolt are bo univorHaily known thai a aynotiHis is entirety uu-nocesipary, >MlTico it to say thni the \'ilagi ;i ph Company in (iiamati/luK this masterpiece ol* i \v: ;lm mortal hard havo addiul one more to the lon^ list of successes in photoplay. The wliole suh.ieet tocms with iiistovic, beauty and the; varlon.s peFjnes being enaciod in and around "Lorh Katrine" edd X colcr to the theme, see-MiiK I hat the Htnvy dealn witli tlie lamouH Ucderick Dh:i. and that great Sco'ttisli King Janice \'. An excellent farce eomcdv will l)c shown in addition and (oui)led with llie singing of ;>";-"i'..r iiirs by that dainty comedienne, ,MiHs Liniey Jones whoso name as a vocalist is becoming a hoti.Teheld word. c.omnlel.eH a pro-giam that has net been eijualkd in the city. diforseoij eirc;imstaur airivai of Pathe'n Weekly and whiiu the nianagenieiit rcfcrot the disappoint mont to their patron.have perfected arrangements so that in I'ntiire it will he exhibited each Monday and Tuesday without fuii. AUliough considerable expense ha^ heen incurred in securing the "Lady of the i>akc," the priees will be as iiBUiil, I5e and 10c. as tlie management are desirous of oveiyoue seeing ti)iH remarkable subject. * ��  Splendid Variety Programme at 8tar-j land Today An especially .�ood four feature programme will he the special offering at Slarland for today and tomorrow, during the .Mixed Farming Convention. Visitors to Starland wiu find this po/jular place of amusement to be without (luestion, the most, entertaining Jind np-to-date photo-play theatre in the province, and the Ideal plaee at whicl) to spend man.v a happy houi*. The programme today is lieaded hy 'l.ove Is rUind," a magnificent dramatic poi'trayal, piiotographed in glorious rioutlu rn California. This rO-manct of iove, where the bcautv of F f ' I * 1 * 1 ^ Wait always take SPEARMINT home on pay day. My whole family likes it and want them fine 19 0 s enjoyment that's fine for them. " J 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 si IVe chewed it.** BUY IT BY THE BOX It costs IceiH-of any deafer- and stays freah until ueedt f 4 4 t It's sold almost every kind of shop and stand. work has heeii (hnie uiuler the supervision of Inspector Aiusworlh, who has ehai^c oH roads iu this ilis-tiicl. Mr. Ainsworth already has four ganRS ol men at work on the road ectnslruelion pio^vani planned for this year and outlined iu tlie Herald souit� weeks ago- One p;;inis at Row Island and anoUirr al H\irdctl. These are working on llie trunk road wiiieh will eventuuUy ronneet tlie eastern and western houndaries ol" the provuiee throuixh the I'aHs. A third crew is workiuf; at Magrath on'"'^1 eharui of voiec; form tht* busts for an attaehmenl. the Made Canada Wm, Wrlgley Jr. Co.. 7 Scott Street Toronto, Ontario B. D'Emo, Adv.. Chicago ) � 4 1 *   Look for the spear Avoid imit-ations tlie extension of the trunk road to Cardstou while the fourth has hecn workinjr on the river hill. Two nnporlaut. pieees ol work to he underlakeu soon will he the safeguarding of the wt'Sicrn hill on the Macleod trail and the hill over ihc river at Taber where a fatal aeeidcni oceiirred uoi. lonn ago, \\ \ni.h'V-stood that prison labor will iie on t hpHo (wo Jobs at; lhe work is of a jieeuliai* (.'lujrnclnr suited to that kind of labor. No prison Kan^^s have been put to work tliis sjihu^ an yet. but it. is likely tiiat ut loast three erews will be i>ul out during th?- Buin-mer. SON AUN VISITING INDUSTRIAL CENTRES --ONE MAYOR WAS DIS-QUALIFIED FOR A KNIGHTHOOD London, April 22.-The Kium; and Queeii yesicrday h^gan another tour uuong the industrial classes of their lubjectH. A year ago their majesties Fisited South Wales and Yorkshire, j-esterday they were at Crewe, and today and tomorrow they will he among the people of the potteries Their majestieK left London yesterday for Crewe hull, where they are the guests of the Marquis and Marchioness of Crewe. When the King reached Crewe hall, he sent for Robert. Turnbuil, superintendent of Uie line on the London and Northwestprn IL R., and conferred upon him the honor pf Knight-nood, but the eusto!i:ary procedure nn such occasions of knighting, the mayor of the borough receiving their oiajestiei^, was omitted, presumably because in private life the mayor is only a railway signal man. More than once as u signal man Mayor Manning lias borne a share of the responsibility in the signal box while the King pa;ised in the railway train. Today will he buck at his tiost of (i u t y and onorous respi >.'(Hi hi I \ Iv, hut yesterday he was standing to rp ceive his rnajesty in the midst of -t! "The distinguished gathering and was ' spoken to in turn by many lu/table personviges within the cnelosurL', and snap-shotted continuously by ph(jt(�-graphers. The signal man bore himself with quiet dignity throughotit. ART COLLECTION BROUGHT BIG PRICE deception to the eye eaunoi. mar, will delight all fortunate enough lo wit-nes.- it today. * Another great drama on tln' same bill will be "The Woman Who Knew," a sterling production by the Reliance Ccniiiany. The comedy rlomcnt will !�(' :idmiraldy sustained by "Mind tlu^ H.ihy." one of th(� niovM ludicrous eom-fdios of I lie reason, wliilst tlie balance of the ]du>to-pbiy i)rogramme will b:- completed with "Tiio T'ntriot,"' ;i .stirring story of a mun'a pa'triotic devotion to his country. Miss .It�ssJe BpII. iIk^ popular entertainer, will be licard in tlio melodious bailad "If I Had t)io World lo Give," into her rendition of which will be iri:ro(iuccd a numbei* of magnificent and new electrical effect^". VoY tio-Vt Monday, iho sensational two-reel feature "The Sergeant's Secret." has heen secured. � � A eggar Prince" at the Morris Theatre for Two Days "TJie Heggar i'rince" Opt ra company, which comes to Lethbridge to the Morris Theatre for two days commencing Thursday, April ii4, Is a comic opera and is one that delights the mtisic loving public. Some twenty odd ringing numbers arc u^ed during the three acts and they are interpolated !iy a (?ast that w-ah tielected on account of 'their singing voices and supported by a strong chorus of girls whose singing is wonderful and dancing exlrtmely neat. Henry C. .MoBoly and Hay Southard are two well known oi)era comedians who stand 'way ui> in their profession and their comedy permeates the entire three acts, Mi^s Mertio Palmer, the prima don-i nn so]>raJia, and Miss Bessie Green, and L. Uarton T-^vans, Itaritone, go � to make up the) principals iu the casr. Tlurf- is already a big advance ^alo and it would be well to make reservations earlv. Big Drawing at the Monarch Tonight The managemont of the Monarch tonight are holding a hig drawing, $10.00 worth of Quaker bread tickets being given to two dilferciit parties in $5.00 lots eacii. ('oupons have been given with each ticUit purchu.'^-ed for t.wo weeks, and will l)e >c\d up to the last minute tonight, so that every one will luivo a rlianec lo secure the prize. This is an opportunity' to secure a very desirable prl/e, and should not be overlooked by any one. The programnii' and nni-sic will be up to Ihe usual siandard of excellence and a splendid evening'.s onteriain-ment is assured every one. A FINE CONCERT Diamond Ciry, April 'Z'^.-Following is a program of the concert given iu til-: I.taptist church here last Friday night. K was first class In every i>ar-tlculnr and was enjoyed hy a large and appreciative audience, was evi^Summer," Mrs. D'Arc. Miss Clark and Mis5 Porter. Solo, "Oream of Paradise,'* Raymond Lamar. Recitation. "Gunga Din." Rev. A. V. G rant. Piano Solo. "Two Step." Miss llaw-1; oy. Duet, "Heyond the Shadows," Mrs. D'Arc and Miss Clark. I MonoloKtie, "I'll Remain. Single, Rev. A. V. Grant. A DOUBTFUL REPORT A report from Rdmonton clalmR that O'Brien, Socialist, was elected in Rocky Mountain. The Herald doubts the reliability of the report. A wire was senif. to tho returning officer, seeking information, but no reply had been received up to the hour of going to press. Diahop Fallon of London paid a visit to Holy Angels* church, St. Thomas, and the congrega�tion subscribed over $18,000 towards the proposed seminary in London. W. G. Charlton of South Dorchester v.as nomina:r-(I for the Hons/* of Commons by the Liberals of Fast lOlgin in. convention at Ayimer. 1 ' We Recommend 2 lots 13th Street North. $525.00 Each ALSO- 3 lots 13th Street NorLh. $600 each-Terme HOUSES TO RENT London. April 22.-The sjilendid art cotlecllon of Sir l.-ionel PhiUiiis, who has decided to ti-ke up u P*'i'inunent: ton^^^^ reaidenco in Soulli Africa, has lioen i * ' ' sent to Christie':; auction room^ for sale. Sir Lionel, who was created a baronet in lt>li', has been intoi-ci^ted in South African mines for many years. Ho is a member of the United i'ar-liament of South Africa and of the (irm of Messrs Wolnher, I3or'. & Co. He was one of the four llitlanders condemned 'to death for his e placed oa tUe route. L PriccK....... DOORS OPEN 8 p.m. $1, 75c% anil 50^. i CURTAIN 8.30 SHARP Seats on Sale at Theatre Box Office. Today and Tomorrow The (irea.t Manterpieee iu Three Reels. "'^he Lady of the La A Dclio'litt'ul Ada])tatioiL oi' Sir Walter Scott's Poem. A Farcial Comedy jn Addition CojinpleteH a ProgTam oi Sterling Merit- Preiz Bijou Orchestra Always iu Attendance. Prices lOc and 15c PATHE'S WEEKLY WILL NOT BE SHOWN THIS WEEK BUT ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN PER FECTED WHEREBY THIS CELEBRATED WHIRLIGIG OF CURRENT EVENTS WILL BE PRESENTED ^VERY MONDAY AND TUSDAY REGULARLY. fx ^ L .5 � . ^If ^>.?T*j^^r- ;