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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wediiesdty, April 23, 1J313. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 iiliiliiiiiiiiliilii^ Xiearn now of Hosiery Heally Fault-Free! 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 siire your hose will be--once you cease casual buying and demand only 79 UADE BY Penmans Limited PARIS, CANADA Dnderwear, Sweatcra, Hosiary b GCOODW .Suppose ail automobile were to slip from the control of its driver on Maclcod hill now and hurl itsell with its occupants over the steep bank as one did last fall when the late Mr. Murray was killed, the city would be able to make no .defense that the spot where the machine went over the banks was not in the city limits, for with the signing ol the amendment to the old charter passed by the legislature at Edmonton last winter, the yhole of thcMacleod hill on this side of the river, from the bridge approach to the top, became the property of the city. This fact, however, has not deterred the provincial government road department from making some very necessary improvements on the hill. Since the first of March a gang of men has been l)"sy on the hill, and by May 1 it will be in excellent shape. It will then be turned over to the city, and it will be for the City's street department to keep it fn repair. The .--t.i TliQ Dominion goyernmeut ' will double to IJ200,000 the subsidy-, for a West Indlaa steamship service knd two new steamer* w'lU. .be. pladed: oa the route. � ., ,. .�,: ... Guide At the Bijou "The Lady of the Lake" In three reels is the special feature for presentation at this house par excellence Jonight and tomorrow. The poems of "sir Walter Scott are so universally known that a synopsis is entirely unnecessary, suffice it to say that the A'itagraph Company in dramatizing this masterpiece of the immortal bard have added one more to the long list of successes in photoplay. The whole subject teems with hLstdric beauty and the various scenes being enacted in and around "Loch Katrine" add a color to the theme, seeing that the story deals with the famous Koderick Dha and that great Scottish King ,Iame.3 V. An excellent farce comedy will be shown in addition and coupled with the singing of p.^r'-'lfr iUrs by that .dainty comedienne. Miss Linley Jones whoso name as a vocalist is becoming a household 'word, completes a program that has not been ociualled in the city. Unfor.seeii cii'cumstances has delayed the arrival of Pathe's Weekly and while the management regret the disappointment to their patrons, have perfected arrangements so that in future it will be exhibited each Monday and Tuesday without tail. Although considerable expense ha^ been incurred in securing the "Lady of the Lake," the prices will be as usual, 15c and 10c, as the management are desirous oC everyone seeing this remarkable subject, m iSr * Splendid Variety Programme at Star-land Today An especially good four feature programme win be the special offering at Starland for today and tomorrow, during the Mixed .Farming Convention. Visitors to Starland will find ithis popular place of amusement to be without Question, the most, entertaining and up-to-date photo-play theatre in the province, and the ideal place at which to spend many a happy hour. The programme today is headed by "Love Is Blind," a magnificent dramatic portrayal, photographed in glorious Southern California. This rb-mance of love, where the beauty of character and charm' of voice form the basis for an attachment, the deception .,io... the_:eyfi...,c�oinot. mar, M\\ delight all fortunate enough to witr nossi it today. * * . Another great drama on the same bill will be "The Woman Who Knew," a sterling production by the Reliance Company. The comedy clement will be admirably sus'talned by "Mind the Baby," one of the most ludicrous comedies of the season, Whilst the toal-ance of the photo-play pfogramirie will he completed with "The Patriot," a stirring story of a man's patriotic devotion to his country. Miss Jessie Bell, the popular enter tainer, will be heard in the melodious ballad "If I Had the World to Give.' into her rendition of which will be iu'troduced a number of magnificent and new electrical effects. . For next Mondaj', the  sensational two-reel feature "The Sergeant's Secret." has been secured.    "The Beggar Prince" at the Morris Theatre for Two Days "The Beggar Prince" Opera company, which comes to Lethbridge to the Morris Theatre for two days commencing Thursday, April 24, is a comic opera and.is one that delights the music loving public. Some twenty odd �singing numbers are used during the three acts and they are inter-' polated by a cast that was selected on account of 'their singing voices arid supported by a strong' chorus of, glfls whose singing Is wonderful and dancing extr-emely neat. Henry C. Mosely and Ray Southard are two well known opera comedians who> stand 'way up in their profession and their comedy permeates the entire ithreo acts. Miss Bertie Palmer, the prima donna soi>rana, and Miss Bessie Green, Stanley 'Dale, tenor, and L. Barton Evans, baritone, go- to make up the principals in the cast. There is already oi big advance sale and it would be well to inake reservations early. Big Drawing at the: IVIonarch Tonight The manageujent of the Monarch tonight are holding a big drawing, $10.0.0 worth of Quaker bread tickets b^ing .given to two .jdiffprent parties in 55.00 lots each. � Coupons have been given with each ticket purchased for'two weeks, and will be sold up to the last minute tonight, so that every one will have a chance to secure the prize. This is an opportunity to secure a very desirable prize, and should not be overlooked by any one. The programme and music will be up to the usual standard of excellence and a splendid evening's entertainment is assured every one. W. G.. Charlton of South Dorchester was nominated for the House of Commons by the Liberals of East Elgin In oonventiou at Aylmer. . i FINE CONCERT Diamond City, April 22.-^Following is a program of the concert given in the Baptist church here last Friday night.. It was first cl^ss.in. every particular and was enjoyed by a large and appreciative audience, as was evidenced by the encores demanded. The proceeds are to apply on the purchase of a .now organ. The program is to be repeated in the Coal-hurst Church of England on next Friday evening: Part One Opening Prayer-Pa.etorR. J. Gould Quartette-"One Sweetly Solemn Though'!," Mrs. (Dr..) D'Arc, Miss Clark, Mr. R. Lamar and Rev. Grant. Solo, "I Think," Raymond Lamar. Recitation, Miss Ward. Solo, "The Days at the Spring," .Mrs. (Dr.) D'Arc. Violin Selection, "Flower Song," Messrs. MoDermott and Davis, Part Two Piano Solo, "La Chatelaine," Miss Hawkey of Lethbridge. Trio, VThe Last Rose ofA. V. Grant. :" Piano Solo, "Two Step," Miss Havsi-, key. Duet, "Beyond the Shadows," Mrs. D'Arc and Miss Clnrk. Monologue, *'I'll RemalDj Rev. A. V. Grant., Single.'' A DOUBTFUL REPORT A ' report from 'Edmonton ' claims that O'Brien, Socialist, was elected-in Rocky Mountain: The Herald doubts the reliability of the report. A wire was semt to the returning officer^ seeking information, but no reply, had been received up to the hour pf. going to press. Bishop Fallon of London paid  a visit to Holy Angels' church, St.' Thomas, and the congi-egaitlon sub-; scribed over $18,000 towards the pro-posed seminary in London. Monarch Theatre To-nii TONIGHT GRAND BREAD DRAWING FIVE DOLLARS WORtH OF QUAKER BREAD TICKETS. :To be. given two lucky ticket _holders. . 4-BIG FEATURES-4 Coupons are good for a chance tonigiht. , ,. 10 cents 15 cents GREAT VARIETY PROGRAM A "LOVE IS BLIND" Su.Derb- Drama "THE WOMAN WHO KNEW" Appealing Romance "THE PATRIOT" A Story of a Man's Devotion to his Country." "MIND THE BABY" Just Enough ' Pathos to save you , from , Laughing Yourself to Death JESSIE BELL , SINGING "IF I HAD THE WORLD TO GIVE" . With Special Effects NEXT MONDAY:-"THE SERGEANT'S SECRET" T 0 A. Y ' 5 '\1 vi H "4:1 ^1 'I The Beggar Prince Comic Opera Company Two Nights, Comineiicing' Thursday, April 24th 20-S.TNGING NUMBERS~26 With a Ghorns of Beautiful Femminity. IMces...,..............,$1, 75c, arid 50�. DOORS OPEN 8 p.m. - CURTAIN .8.30 SHARP Seats Sale at Theatre Box Office. ',, BIJOU THEATRE Today and Tomorrow The Grea,t Masterpiece in Tlii'ee Reels. "The Lady of the Lake" A "Delightful Adaptation of Sir Walter Scott's Poem. A Fai'cial ComedyJii AcMitionQoimpletes a Program, of Sterling I Merit. Preiz Bijou Orc^iestra Always in Attendance. Prices lOc and 15c - Boxes PATHEIS WEEKLY WILL NOT'be SH iWEEK BUT ARRANGEMENTS HAVE; BEE FECTED WHEREBY THIS CELEBRATED WHIRLIGIG OF CURRENT EVENTS WILL BE*"" ED pVERY MONDAY AND TUSOAY REGULARUY.- ' " - . - -.^v? 7WW' ;