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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^rhiirsday, Hai*ch 27,1913 THE T.ETHBBIDGE DAILY HEBALP Majestic Theatre, 2 nights commencing Fri. Mar. 28 THE: GREATEST HrT IN VEAR8 Packedv Houiles Everywhere ENTIRELY NEV/ SHOW Bud PIsher'B Original Crtsatlon BO People, 2 oarloadB of Scenery DON'T Fall to mna the little ones to 8�e MCTTT AND JEFF. MUt^T AND SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY at 2.30 p.m. Matinee Prices 60c, 76e and $1.00' Children, 25 cents Evening, $8.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 60c. Seats now on sale at Kenny and Allln's Drug and Book store. I Morris Theatre To-night "Caprices of ^^^^^^ A big 2i'reel feature by the Eclair. Coi � "For The �i.ove Of Mike" ; Pathetic ibrama "A Pair tjf Fools" 'Tflie B^nde Lady" ��\ ' Two Big Comedies  PRICHS: 10c and: 1Sc. BAND DM Monarch Theatre TONIGHT 1.-^he Sheriff's; Reward :. ,^The ,faniouB 101 Co.,. in Jive western drama. II,rTT-Was Mabel Cured? Gbmedy III,.-.To the Clty-?'Splendld ReX drama. vIV.-.Through Shadow Vsile^ ' Imp. drama, featuring the popular King Basgott. The Diamond Rind: Drawing. '6n AprllPT^Ird Not the Only One ' Fred Kelly ibegan his buey life seU-t ling papers In an''OWo city. Be haid 38 Bubsorlbers, but one day one', of; tljeni,' lane^o, stopped hlBipaper; *i; Kelly went roiinh to see what; was Ittie trouble. '^,''Miatf6 the matter, with the:paper7''-p.e asked. ' "Oh," replied the former patron, , .ithe'B too many adyerrtlsements; I don' ? few, but; when I puok up a > r3�pah I wants at-Ieasihalf is(f. It fiUed ,wlf logio." :.''':'L':fl'-^:v;,-V'i.v't*^-'MV.-'v'.v' '^AfStilHaHtl":. -^-;r',: The current programme being shown at Starland, is exoellenb all through, the various attractions toeing well, up to the usual Starland standard. ..The special three-reel feature "The Man Prom Outside" is a'.worthy dtam-' atlo offering, and-^woavtte^, approval o� the large audlenote � In 'attendanoe last evening, whilst ��the* beautiful hand-colored' scanilo .''.Tlfe Island of Mflirken" Is one of tlie most plctur-iesque reprpductiqiJiB: of the' camera's art aeen here foi^'spinei time. An excellent comedy,-"Pobby," creates enough fun .to complete the programme. ,- Miss Blllotte. aijainv^altes!a" favorable impression with hier* "singing of ^'When the midnight Chu-Chu leaves, for Alabama," the very laiiest ragtime success. For tomoiTow and Saturday, the headline attraction.,,.Tylll;%,>,a^' aensa-.tional. 1;hree-reel..'::leabr4; ^HSTl^ Race, fqr the Millions." ', , Tli� splendid � produotioa of Tolstoi's "ReBUrrection," ;Wlll .'befsliowa at Starland on'Mo'nday.iiexti,^ � 'fMutt and Jeffrat-the'iyiajestic "Neverputoff untllstom^(jij?i?w what >you can do. today.'!. This'Is the day- "now am de tlme'iTr-the tickets are; on salc at Kenny '& Allin'awdVug- and book store. Nb'w? ,: Wh'ift? ' 'WUy ? "Mutt and Jeff," the biggest musical .comedy hit of a; qij^rte)? cointury. "See Hit?. Everybody '.does,; aoonet: or later. So,;will,,you.- �.�...�^.�"��-����;>vi;';:j::,';.:;'',.:',�, . iYour wife will :i�eyei^r,fb'irgive ;you'if you don't get selAs fOr"Mutt and Jeff", .before the 'hbuse^ ft. all sold out lor.'the week.'. 'That's: just what happens, all along the. Hundreds are iturned away in ijmany, places. .Don't be.selfish; get thorn today. .The seats for "Mutt and Jeff" are oh sale ,at Kenny & Allln's drug ^�l^ stort' �brotherly love. "A Pair of Fools", and "The Blonde Lady" are two roaring' oomedles, which are well worth the admlBsion-don't. misB this bill, to-night. / On Monday � and Tuesday, the famous Juvenile BoBtonians will play a return engagement at the theatre? The pldys are entitled "The Rose of B)and�en". and "The Daughter of the Regiment." Make your reservations early, as there is -already a big demand for Beats for. those two nights. \ � *  , Monarch Theatre RIDING Member Puts up Vigorous Plea Against Exporting Natural . . Gas Today Only "The Man From GREAT THREE REEL DRAMA BY TOM GALLON Island of Marken Beautifully Hand Colored,  Louise Elliolte V singing "When the . lyj^dnlght , Chu-Chu Leaves for Alabam" "BOBBY;IS SHORT SIGtlTEDf^. ; ,. ,,Cenie'dy'I' TOMORROW The RacK for thie* o'iii At the Morris Jf,ri- -*.T^^ not be-bxporied. beyond the boundary �.tte,.�Mnx4.01 0/� 'turn, "To;  t,,. ^ provlhce. The stability of the Otty," by the R^ Co Is another. y^^J^^ as an' industrial center good feature. A beautiful drama, .^^^j^ ^ ,^ 1^ ly upon the con-featuring King Baggot. and a Flor-. sgrv'^itldn of the natural gas supply, once Lawrence comedy complete a sajii - programme very acceptable in sycry ,,The, debate took -a political turn '  V. , .When-R; B.,Bennett of Oalgary, said I 'Fo;-'IJ'rlday, night only a splendid thatVthe province could not legulate two-reel feature "The Caprice, Of. For- ^uchihatters because thev do not tune'fjwillbeiBhown. This production possess their riatifrarresources. The comes to.use very highly recommend- t^o provinces ot- Saskatchewan and-ed, and. will, no;doubt draw a biimper Alberta had been/hadiy treated m the house;. . - , past. He expressed-the'hope that the A grand dianiond ring drawing will promises .made by the; present gov-take place on. April 3. Coupons are 'brnnien-t to turn the natural resourc-now being ;glven with every ticket;'es over to the provinces, would' ho purchased, and should beheld till, the lulhlied., night of the drawing, as they are val- This drew Mr. ^Martin and Dr. lUable. ; , Clarke into the discussion. They ao- . -It affords-. .great pleasure to-an- 'ousedMr; Bennett.'.of making his nounoe the engagement of the Excel- speech for political'purposes on the Bior Male Voice Choir, to appear in eve of the Alberta elections, the Mbharch on Tuesday,. April 29.' ; Hon. Bruno Nantell dealing with Thia organization has ' established a Mr. Buchanan's recommendations in-very enviable .reputation, and on this jtimated; > licenss has been obcasion; 'Willi render .entirely. new sranted to any onel^tb export natural pieces which they are now -rehearsing.' -.gas to. .the United,.States. His: prom-Remember the� date, and .be'sure and ised to-give thetreroaicks..of the m;^-k?ep it open.. her for Medicine rHati his most care- �  � �  �'' ful consideration.  .'v^j-ii . � ; Mr. Buchanan- said .that he -desired WILL BE: NO RECEf5^lON(,�; , lo impi:e&s^%S�^he^vei:hment '^th^ London, March, 26,^No,toffiplal,.re-; importance,: of it'hc p^^^ ception -will � be given'Their- Koyal: export; gas an^S'to-limiii. its use to -Highnesses, the D'uke and Duchess tlie area'-in �w-hichyit:''is at-iJresenc �bf Connanight at either {Liverpool or found: Efforts Haid-Jhedn .made, ho .London; on their . arrival, the .Duke said; to organize 'companies to pipe hlm'self; desires this ; being - at .Home ^e'product to Regina'and Winnipeg. i^E^^H? iS'^?;^ - -i � i; ^^^^'"^^ 4'^' a- result� of - this;aoki?^'*iBt'on ^H^, Buchanan informed 'the house Vantage al the dl.scu.^sion to make a political speech on the eve of the Alberta election., Mr. Martin- expressed the view . that at the time the provinces, were formed in 1905 a cash subsidy -in lieu of the resources was the best for them, but now that the governments had been organized the provinces should receive their natural resources. Dr. Michael Clark of Red Deer, said he rose only to express his satisfaction that tlie mfimbor for Calgary was pleased to have tho resources revert to the provinces. Mr. Bennett had a habit of renewing his-pledges just before an election and his speech of today was not without some political meaning. FALl PRETENGES liTHE ^^^^^^^ m Decision of Very Vital Interest .toall Sellers of Real Estate , UTTEDiwrni ' r  AND ADDtXHdWAL, ; wATERTiGir ro^ EXTENDING FROM THE':' BOTTOH to Ibe TOP OF TH� VESSEL Win Sail teainN�w Yavk APRIL iZ^MMl ------_ _ �>�"-�-- -.'^ WHITE STAR LINE, 383 MAIN STREET, WlWNIPEO OPENS UP NOSTRILS, CLEARS HEAD ENDS GOLDS OR CATARRH AT ONCifi* Instantly , Rellev; Nose, Head Freely-Dull ---- Discharge Stops Washington. "Yes, neariy every day," natural S^fJ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^.tahlished oi ' ca'go/NewB. ^^^^^^ 17 'W;iliW'Mtii'dpok, an E3iglis]i:,eiigineer, made .thewlirst ' prfiGtioal'a;ppltbfttioii of Q-as in hip'home m OornwalL ^ ^1* ' .if ' 'sbeen-^aninlpoifmt factor ln^'BJ|om west . had Been, .urged .as a. desirable' step to -mcet;:some of the.grievancess'^.which exdsti';;;;.It ;..was,. therefore;;, .;-desirable that;>:the gas supply; which ..miitht or ;might.not be inexhaustibtej 'should be pioteoted,, and the exp,ort iobntined' to Cej.tain.. ; limits^;: ; TlieW;;gOverntnent ;shpuldvproclaim its policy andishould; aiso*.name :inspector.s '.;tOv.;look.:.; over ,th6farea,:beeniln;!a';bet"4i !t^r':position'todiscvteS'.-Hi;i0Ij9f;assured| .'Mrp Buchanan:;thatvi^ihis-Tsii^gesfclons ijfould*he;? the. subject ^ofSBtfie:-careful consideration ?they5;deservedj'iw:'.5';,;;;'?. Si? !,5M]^ijR:,^B:,Bennett;6ffCal^ary~?sa;id ,tht|.t; �;ri-6 .vqudstion. ;'hadf.iiyet';and�the ;}iue8tion,was.:.wh^her.Jithef.TaW export; to": another; province:?^.,'!;-'!;? �is.The .'legjislatures of .the.iwest^ernipro-^^vincesj-r said^vMr:;-Benn^t'tj�;do-M^tV posr' -seBS;;the.f pp-wer;lio'deal'with.the'ques-' i.tibri because;:the .lateri'admiivlstraitibn .hgaf--failM'fto;:Tgir85-;ti^t.f .Alberts ^Saskatchewan tfieir;..natural; 'resourc-; ^,es.::,:,:::,;.:::,:':,/":''i!';':::'v%::',\- dj lMff4o6lijed.vtosb^r|M�'aw^ft^^^^^^^ Edmonton, Alta., March 26.-A de-. ciaion, which' will, have far reaching 'effect was.'given by. the Judges of the Suprem^ Court siltlnig en' banc this afternoon. .;19li,iand;,there�.he.itold a .real; estate man, named ^ Joaepti; Hob-'Inson, that there was ai half section of land.^that.hewould like ;to;'buy.;::v: .;v: ;..rRobinsonSstated that,the.; land 'was owned; ^by; aiinan,'in the' States, ^&\tsa. ono�-ta>"Bly'uSj catarrhal sore throat will be Bone. oraam Balro" and youi" cold or'cat-J,, dissolves by the heat of the noatrils;' Limited. ^ ..... .4,Pf Us most prominent experiment, in monaatiolsm. , . -j" About twenty years ago a medical student, who had not yet-aualified.loi: his profession. Jived, on.'the IsW;,ofi Dogs and did church work 'there. H0 finally decided that'he'^ wouldi rathet, he' a monk than a phVslclan, 8^d;M gathered about him a numher-- (?f youths who sympSthized ;with hlB afl-plrations. Presentlv tHey arbitrarily; decided io'call themselves J'Ben^dlct:^ ines" but did not recelve.any sanction from the 'order. " DUregarding; thlfl^f detail* they handed themselves toget^ er under the Benedictine rules Ot Jiff and wore th6'habit,of the''order. j: ' For some'yearsl'ihiB-.religlous � munity went 'pn .wiiiiQuV..J?V�^i JTOJ noUce' until 'the religious ',-world:wa^B| startled'.i\^. authorizing them to eleict.^n'abbo^:^, . - edltcr Urd owli~ eir, of the"Chriatian;''-Wp?fc and Eyan^ l-'gelist, since-ISTtf, is dead at ni iiunio In Brooklyn. He -was'.thi ,a'utlifi of. 'naany' rellglpus.VhlBtorlc'al and ^ edvcasj tional works He was born ia 1834,'^tl : > ' ^- RevlBlon ^ , �r"^.'^'^-iae".''d^ugliteni:''late' hours "--.yu^l bad.for-ojie. ut^tio^'u air right wr^t,*" �;^o."VYdnkorB' StattemaB. i.^Jt^^ >WAlPSON;llW^ Stealp"pi^.9;^y,, Railv^^^^^Hl ALL POINTsI^nI^II euroIe .'.jl _ ir n"^"! ra this ariFfci iirt.� to joir r m'l. ,oi^ .friends. Our w ^nite^'fgll ' tilBil^busineBB i lmDOSHlbld|� v'^beat.ft' Your pas eii60jiy,wW \oeWe'full WM heHitfle^ ot Fat^et^Aefl- elected Wit'h''th.eM jR'VFROM ALL POl EUROPE ','^Abaii\b|purchask' ffimiifnf/W^^ /v^^ern'H'Province's') their' !rMO,i:ces, lrvL5.'S.^..>!;ft',an .of.$l.'' 0. ,^ '.^ ne en' 8705 ;