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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta T^^tlheaday, Ai)iil 30, 101? I I THE JLETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAI^U . Page 3 To- day mm m To- morrow IMMENSE TWO-REEL KAY-BEE FEATURE *The Sergeant^s Secret' HERE AT LAST-SEE IT TODAY ' THREE-OTflBR GHBAT PHOTO PLAYS-tHREE Parisi-Magine THE RAG-TIME HARPIST AND _ THE BOY CARUSO By Special Request Francisco Maglne will Sing "tlUL THE SANDS OF THE DESERT GROW COLD" , COMING FRIDAY: "THE VENGEANCE OF HEAVEN" MONARCH THEATRE Tonight-S.IS p.m. The Excelsior Male Voice Choir In select and hlgla-class muBic. Program of last night repeated' by special request, with the exception of animated pictures which ' will-be new. 1.~-THE GOAT GiRL OF BEAR CANYON-Western Drama. 2.-WHO'S BOSS?-Who's Who in Bossiand? Are you or is it Your Wife? 3.-THE CHRISTMAS TURKEY- ,^ Two Roaring Comedies. , J; ' r, 4.-THE LONG RUN action. Another Western Photoplay, fullot life and 5.-FIVE EVENINGS-Splendid drama. Children 2!5c Adultis 35c Empress Theatre Extra Special Attraction Extra FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SPMOIAIL. FEATURE! "THE HUlVIAN TARGET" Absolutely the First Time Produced In any Theatre A Really Great Sensation The Celebrated PATHE'S BRITISH WEEKLY COMEDIES THE HIGH BROW PUNCHERS "HOW GREEDINESS SPOILED FOOLSHEAD" Two Tip-Top Rib Ticklers � A Scream from Start to Finish. A Powerful Drama Entitled "A REDEEMED REPUTATIOl^" MISS ETHEL SUTHERLAND WILL SING THE PORULAp SONG ENTITLED-"KEEP YOUR EYE ON ME" There is Only Onts ^^Bromo Quinine'^ Thai is Laxative Bromo Quminlts VSEO THE VmRLO 0�EH TO OUR� A eOLD l/i OMeOAr. Always remember the full name. Loo> for this signatore on OTai'j box. 25c, CANADIAN Around the World $639. lO A three months holiday trip. Use eny Trani^atlantlc steamahip line to connect with EMPRESS,OF ASIA From Liverpool, June 14th Ports of OftUr-Madelra, Oftpe Town, Durban, Colombo, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai/ Nagasaki, Kobe and Yokohama. R. G. MoNEILLIE, District Rassgr. Aqent. Calaary, Alberta. eeK IN TWINE XAwrence Moreau and Henry O'Hara aged 17, of Toronto, were ajrreated at Chatham. Moreau escaped from the lockup, hut. was recaptured. , Auburn, N. Y., April 29, - More than 150 strikers o�, the IniernatioD-al Harvester company's twine mill went to work this morping through lines of police, despite the efforts of 750 other strikers, who. tiieSd _ to persuade them to remain out. The inay-or, the police commissioner and the entire city force was present and'no interference witli the incoming .strikers was tolerated. Supt. Grepg'put the men to work at once and lor the first time in six weeks, the wheels turned in the big factory," where lialt of the machinery is dismantled. The strike leaders are making frantic.efforts to'stay the -break in ' their ranks. I CITY QF LETHBRIDGE Water Department Due April 15th, 1913 Water rates not paid three (3) days from date service will be discpn; tinued. . , ' Speulals at Starland The much-'taUced-oC feature "The Sergeant's Secret," which �wag unavoidably delayed during the beginning oi! the week, was received by Starland yepterday, and will positlye-ly he shown \oday and tomorrow. It is a truly wonderful production, and should be seen by all lovers of the Btnsational and dramatic. Fnimed in two full reels by the world-famous KayBee Company, it literally teems with exciting incidents all culminating in a tremendous climax. It is bound to create more than an ordinary Impression on all fortunate enough to witness it at Starland either itoday or tomorrow. Parials and Magine are daily appearing at Starland, and are meeting with weH merited success, for they are the most talented and versatile artists ever secured by the management of this popular photo-play theatre. By special request, Francisco Magine will be heard today and tomorrow in the immensely popular ballad " 'Till the Bands of the Desert Grow Cold," assisted with a special harp accompaniment by Paris!. The special feature "The Vengeance of Heaven", will be. shown at Star-land on Friday and Saturday'. This extraordinary production is portrayed by (the same great caste that appeared in "The Man From the Outside," the splendid drama that was recently shown at.Starland.  �  Excelsior Male Voice Choir at the Monarch Tonight Last night, in spite of the very dis-agTeeoble weather, a large and d';-lighted audience greeted the above mentioned choir at the Monarch Theatre. Certainly those that braved the elements were amply repaid. The organization has won for itsolf a fpien did repirtation, and it is safe to say that last night they added very materially to It. Among the selections rendered it is a mabter oC difficulty to select the best: "T.l)e Ma.rtyre of the Arena," and ."The Soldiers' Chorus" from "Paust." possibly deserve special mention. Each and every numher was encored repeatedly, and at >the end of the programme the audience shouted approval. The Choir will again appear tonight as it is felt that a good many missed the programme last night on account of :the inclement weather, who would otherwise have taken advantage of same. A new series of animated pictures will be run in connection, and in view of the excellence of the pvo-gramme,.a full house is assured. The prices are: Adults, Socentij; children, 25 cents. � -   � .. Extra Specials at the Empress The: Empress once more demonstrates to the public of Lethbrldge ithat It is the place of all others to see the 'best that can -be produced in tl}c moving picture world. Today and tomorrow will he shown absolutely for the first time-in any picture threatre, the great sensatiop-al two-reel feature film "The Human Target," which has been announced for the last two weeks. This feature is one of great power, and will hold the audience in breathless suspense from start to finish, and should be seen iby every lover of picture shows. NEW MAN W BOOST FOR MACLEOD Mr. Moffatt, Secretary of Board of Tra^e Has Started His Work in addition to the above there wlU bOj shown the two tip-top comedies, entitled "The High .Brow Punchers," and "I-Iow it was that Greediness Spoiled Foolshead."  These two Al comedies are sure rib-ticklers, ' and v-ill delight -all patrons' of this popular resort. There la also another of our good dramas. "A Redeemed Reputation, v/hlch, Is - sure to . appeal to every-body^- and furthermore there is the celebrated Pathe's British Weekly, showing all the latesf ar(d' most (important evenits, . 1 . Macleod, April 30.--Vt a special meeting on Wednesday, April 30th, of the executive of the Macleod Boaird of Trade one of the most progressive towns in Southern Alberta, Mr. W. 0. A. Moffatt tor the past three years well known in eastern journalism as editor of the Owen Sound Herald, was officially in.stalled as publicity and industrial commissioner lor the town. Since his graduation from Sandwich College where he first entered the newspaper game as editor of the College Review, Mr. Moftatt has conducted the editorial department o� the Owen Sound Herald, which position he recently relinquished to help in the making of Macleod, a prairie town, which although one of the oldest in Western Canada, dates its growtii, which has been remarkably rapid, hack only as far as 1907. Immediately following his arrival in Macleod, the ne-w commissioner confined his enegeries to the di-spos-al of tile pile of coifrespondence which had accumulated pending his appointment and Irom this as much as from his own observation.^ of the wideawake appearance of tlie town he formed his first impressions, which are highly optimistic of the town's future. Like many other pioneer towns Macleod has been a long time "earning into its own", but it is the honest opinion of Mr. Moflatt just as it is that of many other men who have studied conditions that the whole Western country is soon to have a boom and that Macleod is going to be,one of the fortunate municipalities that -tv;ill leap well forward towards the borders of city-hood. Notwithstanding the money stringency at present so pronouuced througliout the Dominion, Macleod is already beginning-to. show signs of development � that cannot but be auspicious for its future. Whistling workers work well, ilii makes work speedier - makes fly. And you're improving your teeth, breath and appetite all.thexwhile. Hunter Returns from Wilds with Interesting Story from Far North Decrease your drudgery -increase your output-with this goody that's good for you. It costs IMIe by the package but less by the box. BUY IT BY THE BOX It costs less - of any dealer-and stays fresh until used. Loqlc for the spear ;' Aypid imitations Made in Canada B. D'Enib, Adv., Chicago 7 Scott Street t.TorontOt Ontario . Edmonton, Alta., April 29.-John i upon' the^ builalo. The_rc, were not Ledu'c, a Frencli-Canadian fur trap-' "^^"5'^ ^^out 13 or Id in the herd. per, believed to be the first white man to hunt big game infthe' intei:-ior of the Hay lUver district, who has come to Edmonton, to-^disposz of his two years' catch in the north did not lobk good to me tor ^r, so penetrate further in the.Hay River started., back. Then i came district. . Lediic, who was born in 1 he bintpi-land and has passed all hill I'fnnnr'li They were feeding in a little coulee of the 55th parallel, will return to when I came upon theni over the his trap line after visiting,frionil3 of ridge. "The mdnient they got wind of me they stampeded, but I saw enough his boyhood days in Edmonton other j)arts of Alberta. country, reports the existence of a to know that they ,wore the real buf-small herd of bison, northwest of the f arid later; in the winter, about Beaver tlills, inside, the Arctic cir-i forty mlies from'the point where -I cle;:. The feeding ground for the ani- saw them the previous summer, I mals is rolling prairie with clumps '^iroe upon the "IracHs of what must of timber here and there. Here is t have been; a large hcrdf That was the-story of the discovery : right,in the Beaver Hills and not "While making a long trip oyer the LSfr^*. from tlie end of my Miss Sutherland will delight the audience -with her singing of tlie popular song, entitled "Keep Your Eye on^Me." : - FLEEING ROBBERS SHOT POLICEMAN detective trudel of quebec provincial police vic-. TliVI-culprits under' ; arrest Quebec, April 29.-Detective Thoo-^ phila Trudel of the; provincial ppl\oe force was. shot and inortally wounded while chasing robbers around St. -S^^-thcrine, Portnouf X'o'untyV- a- distance of .about: sLYit-y.! miles' from/hero.- The fatal, aftray^-took'i place *;last';-night, and *the, news,'was 'immediately, conveyed ito'the '.attoi:'neyrgencral's\v',de^: partment. L. AivTalbotv clerk of/the peace,' left' this morning- with Chief M'cCartlw- for 'the' scene i to .take Tru-del's flniietmortsm deposition;' ThB> i!| nion who did  tlio :shooting are undi^^^ � �ii,rB�i anil on ^l^e,T -wav to Quehec.' country to the north and west of Beaver Hills in the summer of 1912, having wintered in the Clear Hills the year before, I went into hew territory to do some traiiping, but it Causes Much Pfsease Advice about Stomncli Troubles and how to rellevetheiiq. . . Don't neglect indigestion, for it. may lead to all Borta of ills and complications. An emiiient pbysioian onoe Baid that ninety-five per. cent of , all ilia havo their origin iu a dia-ordcred stomach. \ Our experienco -with Bcxall Dyspepsia Tablets leads ua to believe ' thcin to be ono of the most dependable remedies kiiown for indiscsUon and ohronio dyapefieia. Their iogrodi-ents are aouthuig to tho indamed .membranua of the atomacb. Rich in Pop9in nnd Jiismuth, two pjt tho greatest'disQBtivo aids'known to inodioine, the relief they afford.:is-very prompt. Used poreistentty and regularly for a abort time,, they Wpd ; to relieve piuns caused by Btonigi,oh diaordors. Eexttii Dyspepsia .Tablets help insure' healthy appetite, aid digea-. tion, and promote, uutrition. As ; ' evidence of OUT fmtbinthem, we ask . you to try them at ouir ilafc. H they � aoinpt'ciyo ontlre aatisfaotioa, wo ' ' will return tho money you paid ua without question or.formality. .Throe . wjea, 2? oonta, 50 cents, and tl.OO. �� You can buy RexolliDyapopala Tablets jn this community only at our store: . j.'higinbotham & ca' i'Lsllibridtt The Jfej^e^ Jtert / .Albtrtt -' Thjro -J a Borall Siore In oeiirly every tpwn' ma clw in the United.'. States.^Quiadi. �nd', Great Britain. Thore is, a different' BeMlJ ; Remedy for newly evyry ordinary human Ul- ?5:^�fi'i4^^d.'sr The Rcutl 8togM itm�rica'� OrMtMt ' "trapping -line. Although I watched every time t was over that part of tiie territory! 1 did not come upon tho animals." : . "'rhompson Seton and severar other e5:plorers who have been in Alberta's hinterland, firmly Relieve'that wild buffalo is still to be found somewhere in this territory, - and from time to', time hunters, and conservative at the foot Pakan, April 29.--The returns for the provincial election completed show - Shandro, Liberal, elected wltli a good lead, the vote being: Shandro; fUb.) m\: Hughaon (Con.) 134; Rudyk (Ind.) 130; and Connolly (Ind.) 14S.   ABOLISH Stor�i, have come out from the north country with tales of such a herd, but Leduc is rhe,first man to come to Edmonton and put' himseli on record as actually seeing such animals. "I am certain," he said with emphasis, "that the animals I saw were buffalo and not musk ox or wood buffalo, which are to be found in the north right msidc -�ict' b-' es; o!',.tin)bBr,:v,h^t-asflte;d^ ' it eood trpoinc ifrtund,* lia did no'j duty on ,v ; cement proposed Sasliatoon, April 29.-A serlbuB cement shor'tage is feared in Saska-toon, and the matter was before the Board or.Trade yesterday. It Is likely |hai the Board will ask the goyernnient to again abolish the duty. Such ac-trappers , tlon is ibeing urged, by members. i,edlnj between Austria, German? andltalx.vj l^Js when the boat -was: In port herW^lasj;^ ^ *� fall, waa recovered from the bay'tM'B'i-'''.',||' morning. Deal With Corns In This Efficient, Scientific Way Don'ttreattheminvtheold wnys^ ; Simply do this; �;aa.our,mother8treated*;: ;' Apply a Blue-jay plaster.'- theirs. ' ... Right from that Instant you cease /I'lDon't pare ,ihemi;i to feel thecorn.:';- ' ' Don't use Li qui ds. > ln,48'hourfl take o�E,the plaster, ;;Don!t:, use va;tt9ie'niti andlift out the corn. : No ;pain forms of plasters.'' ,A famous,chepilat ,ha$'evolved ai-vyayito termi'natiJ a porn.' -And that -way no\Y\i8 ^uaed to end a'million coma a monthi nosoreness;'no alscomfort,- And;, the com'is gone for good, . .' : It seems .-almost,: imp'ossible,, Yet3S,000'oorns a day.are takem out in this way. And you can, prove it in two .days, "bX. a cost of IS cents. ^ J I r . '".^ 'nl t ^ Aln thoplofiHO la tho soft B & B -wan. It loosens the,coi^;i:/!i-r,'/i , B stops the pain ^nd iceeps tho -..'i',�h' 4. BI�e-jay Coi^PlaA SoM br Druggtats-ISc and 2$c per p�clf ' SampI?' Mallpd'Preo. AJso Bine-Jay Bnnlon'Pl'as 78148?18 9 ;