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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, April 24, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD Paj;e 3 Today e-Great Mtraotlorta-5 "LOVE le BLINO'" "mind tihe babv" A Thousand Laugh Comiedy "THE PAI'RIOT" Comedy Drama "THE WOMAN WHO KNEW"  Appealing Romanije JESSIE BELL �SINOIlffG "If I Had th� WVarld to Give" Wltli Special Blejttrlcal Effects Next Monday Extra Special The Sergeant's Secret" A THRILLING TWO REEL PRODUCTION The BEST YET Monarch Theatre TONIGHT i.-Diamond Cut Diamond Two-fteel MUano featux�, ot XAvMitme and Peril. 2.-Britlth Animated Wodkly 3.-A Rip-Roaring Comedy 10 oartta 15 cents SMCSCAL-April 27tll, Exoel-sJor Male Voice Choir. "The Beggar Prince" The attraction at the SVlbrris tonight jb the celobra'ted "Beggar Prince" Gomlc Opera Co., and the liouee alwuld Ija packed. The ad . vance sale haa heen very hetw'y, aiid tlioae wlio desire reservaWona .should �et them at once before the best eeats are talsen up, The cast includes high claas ai'tists -who poBSiDSS most 'beautiful voices. MiBs Palmer, who posseseee a ttoii-derful -aoprrino voice, should captivate the bouBfl,, Mr. EvaiiB is also another �Jnger of world-Wide'note, possessing a beauUrm baritone voice, Tvho should also win, favor. The comedy end of the programme wlH h;e lo(rt:ed after iny Mr. Mosely and Mr. Southard, who �will, no doubt, brine down the house. Some of the many nuuaiberato he offered include such songs a� "My IJreams," "When I Behold," and "Boogle-Ooffie Man "' and many others, which are equally'as good, num-berins eome twenty, in all, and e^ery-otte should bo enjoyed. I A WonderTuI Film at the Bijau The raflt crowd 'who attended this heautiful -hoane of amusement were feasted ,to a series of photoplays that for ateritng merit and educational in-larest eidlpae anything ever hotore attempted. Sir Walter Scott's poetl-cstJ 'Works are known the world over, and ifonn. a. standaril of education in all the schools.. To hav� "the pleasure of ,wUtiaBging the adaptation of "The Lady of the I>ake" (perhaps one of the/best efforts of tha.t great poetical landBCfipe paioter) In mptibn pictures � la one of the wpndQrs of the 20th century.' �very detail has been oarafully attended to and such exoeUent results obtaioed, both in tie esterior and in-tiiflor settiijsis, tl3,at the' spectator is tor the ttoe being transported baclc to tMe c(ay;a;"?!c famous Roderidlt Dhu �nd that remarlfable i3co,ttlBh King, Jaines v., brought so prominently tjp th6 vi�w of vthe audleace that one piotvirea themsQlres amid the purple Heather witnesslhg one of the mo&t historical incldonis of that period. One dan reallae the beautiful effects pfotfu6od;When It is known that "Loch Katr|nQ" was'.s^Qiwn for the exterior setting, undoubtediy the prettiest sBOtUn all 0�eat Brttaln. > Two sparttlhig comedies supply the Bscassary mirth whioh pleasure seek-otB desire. The rendering o( that faaUHoi song- "Till th6 Sands of the Bewrt Orow'Cold" by our o'wn Miss B. Unley Jonos, was a feature In It-self, and she was compelled to ap- pear again and again in response to thp loud and prolonged applause. See the' pictures tonight. "The Lady of the Lake" is a revelation of how high the science ot motion ,phQto-graphy is being brought in. the education of the masses. Be sure and watch for the dates of "The Laud Swindleris," itlie great American detective story featudne W. J. Burns, whose success in bringing to justice the many swindles foisted on an unsuspecting public are so well known. The Bijou is not tied to any exchange but carter to the patrons in a manner that bespeaks yeai's of experience in amusement circles. Are you a patron? If not, there's a reason; tell the manager, wh6 is always ready to act on good suggestions. * � � At StarUnd , The current mid-week programme being shown at Starland for the last times today. Is e.xceedmgly gooi!; and constitutes an offering decidedly wiorth 'wliile. The two dramas "Ivpve Is Blind," and "The Woman Who Knew," are both first-class productions. The comedy, "Jliad the Baby," Is aptly called a comedy with a thousand laughs, for it is oho long scream from stawt to finish. "The Patriot," a Thanhouser onerreel feature, is also included in the photo-play programme and Miss Jessie Bell. completes the bill with lier special number, "It I Had tile "World to Give/' into which is iatrodirced some new and novel electrical effects. A visit' to Starland during the showings of this programme will be thoroughly enjoyed. For next Monday and Tuesday, the rrianagement ,,have sccujed "The Sergeant's Secret," a brilliant twO-reel feature. ^ .*   Monarch Theatre, Tonight the. Monarch are showing a. very line feature by the famous Mil-aao Co., of Italy, "Diamond Cut Dla-miond," two reels of adventui'e and peril. This featuire: comes to us very highly recommended, aiid we have no hesitation in bringing the same prominently before our patroois as a/high class subject.. The ever-interesting BriUsh edition of the Pathe's Weekly will be flhown, with a roaring comedy that will go to maJcf) up an frXceed^ ingly well-balanced, programme, of real merit. Don't forget the date for the ffixcelsior Male Voice Choir, April 29. This entertainment will surely be of the best, and should not miss, � Wa'tch - for further ��� as-nounoonaents. KING ALFONSO AND HIS HEIR The King yesterday experienced his seventh narrow escape from the aasassln. His son will be lucky if he lives to talre-�sent government's record in opposition. They had, while in opposition, made a specialty ot obstruction. WHAT GOOD ROADS MEAN TO  FARMERS IN ALBERTA , (Calgary News-Telegram) Most' thinking men are �united in the fundamental fact ithat. without good roids advancement in anv direction is an impossibility. Roads'^ are /;he veins aud arteries by means of v/hich the circulation of the social bo'Jy is carried on. The absence of r;Ood roads in this provinco would have retarded progress had It not been for the fact the growth of the country and the extension ot railways advanced simultaneously. It had b�en supposed by a good ,many people ithat the railway system, which has developed, and should be developing, in the west would prove a sort ot substitute fur tlie old-fashioned highway system. A more untenable position c^annot be imagined. What the railway does is ito develop the country, and this development means the need for more and bettsr roads. In Alberta it may *a safely aS'Sum-eel that conditions are not any more favorable ithan they are In the more tlilckiy settled tast, and it is a fair computation to assume that haulage on Alberta trails costs ilwenty-flve cents per ton per mile. Taking a grain production of six millions ot bushels of grain, which would, weigh one hundred and fifty thousand tons, and the average distaiic-& hauled as MR. FREDE.R1CK 'NIGHOLL.; One of, the; prominent men' in the proposed Toronto; Street railway  deal whereby It become? sth* property/ of the city. \ DOUBIE SIDES ANDAOMTtcnuL WATERTlGfff BOlKHUttS nm^^a>ING FROM THE BOTTOM fo fibe TOP or THE VESSEL ' mil SaU trooi New ya��: MAY I-MAY 24 and Reaalarly lOiercaltcr WHITE STAR LINE, 333 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG twenty mileij, bv having good roads, ^ the saving eltected would, be $3.40' per ton, or $510,000 for the total named. The tremendous seriousness ot the situation only begins to dawn upon us when we realize that a yearly ta.v of more than one half million dollars is withdrawn from the pockets of the farmers of Southern Alberta alone, that a better understanding of the good roadS' question might largely obviate this. Now Is the time for the farmers to join the Aarociate Boards of Trade of Southern Alberta in advocating the making and maintenance of good road^s throughout the province. .The opportunity is favorable, and a government which has come into poweraa a farmers' administration is-not likely to tui';i a deaf ear to the entreaties of our agriculit.urists iu this most important matter. � WAlDSONllNE SCOTCHMEN! IRISHMEN! ENGLISHMEN! Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! If -you want.^your -friends -to reach Canada in the early spring, book their passage here, NOW. We can issue their ^tickets, furnish all Information and keep you posted as to when they will arrive. Still have CABIN and THlItD . CLASS aoRommodatlona or all' steamers. Sailings weekly; large .new steamers; low rates. Apply to S. b, Mitchell, Agent C. P. R. / . H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agent 349 Main St., Winnipeg, . Phone M53ia, ' .;. TORONTO'S NEW DENTAL CLINIC Toronto has established a dentists office where'a woman and a man dentist are at work attending to the teeth of poor children who are looked after by the Health Department, GRAY FADED HAIR, OR BEAUTIFUL DARK, ATTRACTIVE-CHOOSE, MADAM! says sage tea mixed. with sulphur restores natural color'and lustre, Gray, faded hair turned beautifully dark and lustrous almost over night; is a reality, If you'll take the trouble to mix aage. tea and sulphur, but what's the use," you get a large bottle of the ready-to-use tonic,-, called "Wyeth's Sage and,Sulphur Hair Remedy" at drug stores here for about 60 cents. Millions of bottles of "Wyeth's"' are sold annually, says a well-known druggist. b,eoause' it darl^-eus 'the hair so naturally and evenly one can tell ithas been up^: piled. You just dampen Ml sponge or soft brush'wtth Wyeth's Sage audvSulphur and draw it through your hair; taklngr-'t' one small strand at a time. Those' whose ihair is turning gray,,becoming, faded , dry, scraggl:^ and thin have a .; .  surprise awaiting them, because af-i>a'.? ter just one application the gray h,�(lr(Ss' vanishes and your looks become'i'jjc-uriantly'dark and beautiful--all dan-s x-druft goes, scalping itching and^^fftlKs*,^ ing hair stops. ', ' This is tho ago of youth; gray-halr-?f� ed unattrac};ive tolltS' aren't.; wattt�l^;^ around, so get busy with tihe and Sulphur tonight '.nild ,ydii'U/|i amazed .at ypun,i;' -  and tlie dition- of jxiu^^i!^a^i.<,..9v.iv^*