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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta tHE LETHBRIDGE 1>AILY HERALD f age 3 ivIiJEStic theai:re--to-night THE GREATEST HIT IN YEARS Pseked Houses Everywhefo ' ENTIRELY NEW SHOW The'bne^ f JnilB'llinti' Muslcal; Sreal big . f-AWfeU^Hb Eyeht.' Bud'PisheV's Original Creation 50 people, Z. carloads of Scenery DON'T f^afrto being the little ones to see lyiUTT AND JEFF. SPECIAL MATINEE' SATURDAY at 2.30 p.m. , Matinee Prices 50c, 7Sc and $1.00 Children, 25 cents Evening, $2.00, $I.BO, $1.00, 76c, 50e. Seats now on sale at Kenny and Allin's Drug and Book store.- :�' We chaUeiige aiiy^^^o Theatre itt tm City Which will contain the Following Unusual AttractfOnst- . ,;:;,.,:A Magnificent; Portrayal of this' Immortal Dra'mai: "THE BARRIER" ^ ^ i}; ^ 8TUPE|vjp0U8 TWO^REEL "BRONCHO-'AfeAtUre-. - �v:-.;,;-^'::;:'::'�THE'VERY'^BESTiYET':'-:--' Also Numerous Other Splendid Offerings, Including:-'. "'^ ,V j;;^'.::;,;v-;-.'Miss>:Liouise^v;Ellibtter}k.rk: Who, "In Her, Brother's Clothes" will sihgi "ROW-i^ROW-i-ROW"' P^M EM be r HEiABpVE-GREAT, PROQRAMat^bft^^ Features Last Times To-day GREAT WEEK-END PROGRAM, INCLUDING 'f.^ "THE RACE FOR THE MILLIOINS" A THREE-REEL SENSATION m mm Ker HarJie Crillses the Naval Policy as Laid Down by . Winston Churchill Quicker! Better! CheoipeK*! BY MAIL : : DEVELOPING AND, PRINTING'FOR AMATEUR'S ... , ' . All orders/executediby return of'TnaiL!^!*;i^';-^^^ ' Developing ISc and up per roll; Printing, 50c arfd up' per dozen, The British and Colonial Phbtographic Cq;.' . , SHERLOCK BUILDING. - ^ ,^LE'JHBRtt)G^1,^At.TAf.i CURES COUCHS &COLDS 1 J IE It supported Tie y / ^ J > ; Edmonton, 'March 28.i-;Aft8r a:'bit-' ' tter fight' with almost 6,000 votep poll-, i *ed, 'Bdmontoa ratepayeis turned d'dwn^ a proposail 'to' bav a civic 'cen-,tio for $2,7bo,OOo;by;'a mjority"' ot ku. 443.M'he city .had'.contemplated'-buy-'j-ing4hteB blocks "aSjolning 'theold ,-''mar) ^ Jerry ^ Sullivan was an Inimitable, Jeff,,-and had drollery cryBtalUaed in his small proportions; while BdWeat,, �as Mutt, made an admlraibl� counter-' fell. ; , Added to these master fun-makors there was 'the excellent company, vmade up o� principals, in the sto-ry which runs ^through the piece, together with a 'bevy of chorus girls, who in tasteful costumes and with good-slng-j ing Toicqs;,added to the entertainment.'. The music was lively and � popi' ular; > and - the ensemhie highly at-: tractive. * � � VThtvResurrection' 'at Stariand on Monday The: notable portrayal of Tolstoi'M immortal ardma "The Resurrection"* will,, be, the offering at Stariand'vpn 'Mfijjday- and, Tuesday next, it-; hay-' Ing boon isecured by the management! after several weeks of negotaitions' with the' producers; In thi-s extraors', dlnary, prodiuction, ithe leading 'roleSj arevadmirably acted ,hy Miss Florence; liawrance and Mr. Arthur Johnstone: �two of the highest salaried artists at; l^pr'feaent'appearing, in motion pictures.: *An,vUnusuai!y' large cast : is used in, the-actlon ot,:the play, which is laid in ,Eu8Blai' the ,final SoeftSS'^BhoW'Ziig the horrore ,of: the Siberian;mlnes with; startling reaHsm.^, ^ ^ " "The ^^e's^^rectipn?' will : he shown; as an e;itra added attraction to the iusvial'jprp^-am,'..,which ,,will; iila4|,conT:I ttilA Jafldilier t4f 'flfeV-'/'ni&g&mceiit.] Broncho-two-reel features',' entitW^d, ^'T.he'-B(iF,rl?rft,^he.i,,whoIiCi a:-p'rogram never; before equalledr, ^n the; history of,motion 'pictures in this came trom ine -wesi ;.entr,-'-wnere  an atabitibus schemejfdi apgther'X^ ',4 ..Ijeen^heqxpianence '1'' lihieKity ^ gfrculit6,u,j "The Race for the Millions" is tein^ Bhown'^at Stariand for the last, time today, in addition to' a nuinbfer of other splendid atti actions. . At the MorrisJ:m.::'v-r-K: On Monday and'T'u^^^^ weelr,i'.(the.,iJuyenileKVBostonlan,-'Dp6ra Co;,"will play a return engagement',ta this theatre, and will appear'in'two tjineful:/ope4;asi n^'Thei :�oscis Of ^?Blah-de'en,!' and "The D&,ughter of tlief Regiment," The'sostonians have_a-st'arid-lag-ithatj';is.':tQO ;goodft a maintained;,; >' to, require;.introduationt ^ tblslls the.compariy^^^ yeai.........................��' - ' rtvis* nec'eseary only to say that alV' the several little stars who' scored so' I iir?rtendously3he I'Mt,^^^ |ly against; the proposals now bein| con-isidered' -in ijfchat'- dominion/ The fact tliat- Mr., Churchill had intentionally, or" unintentionally taken steps. Avitli one political'partyin Canada ;; was .not calculated to; hind vthat dominion 'more-closely, to the mother country; :B&id Mr.' Hardie.m conclusion., ;;, ' Lord. Charles Beres'ford'said he'was : iearful' that'iSJiIr;;.Hartliels- retaarlcs ; ^'sre'.liliely to ea'use misl^ief in Canada He held no,,hrief'"tor the first itord', of'..the, ,=adm iral tyj.; but. he � like .V i^j^, .not,'his own"op'i^ion""P----' yv; � L , ...Keir. Haidie,: ,,''If the j^ohle lord, i,vturnci';t(V: tte. Correspondence;between tho.-.first.i,lord; and the'. Premier of .Sana'dauhe 'Wouldslind >the 'qommunica^. ^tion. dat'pd Jan.' 24, ,11313J waS ad- ''sigfied 'Vours Very Sinc6rely, Wins-l''ton,'S.^(3hurchill.:! Thati'Was the com-'-niu'ni^atlon on ;which;;'he ,haUs^^^ statMnent, If the naval oliicer who i was >aslted ;> >ta=; xpieFide,.'?;thlS:f expert �: opinion .went out of -ihis ivfay,,,to -taice. i part wth. one of the two-parties in MORRIS THEATRE Two Nights, Mon.-Tues., Mar. 31 April Special Return Engagement of the Famous Juvenile Monday Evening, 'The Rose of Blandeeri THE TUNEFUL iRiSHOPERETTA Tuesday, The Daughter of the Regiment? THE MILITARY COMEDY SUCCESS Popular Prices-50c., 75c., $1.00 Plan of seats at Theatre Box (Jfflqbi, � -'- ;'e'i;W:r=ti.'.j>ff,f^J.'~!�^',tSAgS LIDES Plain and Colored Prices From $1.00 to $2.00 E. SMITH Herald Job Department .RETURN .Ll[Mn^^>:APRIL M4th^ : " ' '1913. ^ ^ ' For further information ^ancl 'tickets apply to any C. P.' H. R. G. McNBILUE, , , ^I>istritit;JP|ssenger Agent ______^ ... , . ,'>'W>n'tre� ;best;. .-PhVsiciana b^t,w^tho^t rjiief gjid-I.lost roTfevfift8en'-ponnd8.r.Ono/A GIN Plt/LS' are' gaiflint^s. world--??! .-wide ' the')' 50C. a boXk 6''fof *2>o. ) Sample free ;\"v'c''>'^4v I �"/The 'd^emand for- se^ts/has. h^Bnj groTTin^'s.te^dily each day,,^ttd,',those; iwhqj intend going �''should rnak� theii| reservations" early" and, avoid jdi^aPf polntmeiii" � �a.", ^ , i -� s i'^*" , I, * . ,, t^Monapclj'.Theatre , � 'Last 'nighf the >.lMonaroh'- 'W-as? filled ,to qapaclly'ihy \ delighted Vdienoe, the feature' subject heing Hhe Eclair t;wo-reel production "Th^, Oapri^ces of' XJ'ortune." .Cartainly''oii& of itfi^^best| phiyio-plays ever , shffwn^ -wa, 'sthe pplnibn of au,;^and,6n account of its exoellence, t'fie" �ana"gomenfr-'have decided to repeat the same ' tonlghtj "Inl addiUon to ^threQ,'entirely  nejv- reelB,| malting -a nionsterJiVe-r.eiel prpgramt at popular 'prloesjj.'l.a^and J:5\ce^nts.^/ ,is '' ThurBday,^!A;p^il 3-,,-ft^graijd' djj^mond- Donft spc^d ainbther iMathieii's Syrup 6f Tar-M and Cod Liver OU taken at' bcdtimeivill chase the cough andgiveyouaud thoSearoUnd i . ..you a good � uiglit's; rest;-; Taken reju"f^�. , After .the ssrenade MiSs Troy -was �Ottawa,-March 28-That the cost)-of living was higher-.last yt^z ] thaji at any timo duuns tije Ust gW^ia-tlon is 'the statementr'rta^e in-annual report of the labor ^ depatrt-n^ent ia regard T;o ,tlte wholesale prices, which Were -tabled injbhe house '"^'^tliish 'as was',, the., gen&ai' levelj" the report openSf^'/reabliBa in. iSH'hjs, wholesale prices in pahada-the hlgih-esfr-prohably wltMn '^flie^presBnt 15^*: ^'ration-a stiirfurther and pronounW'; od advance toolf'place du;cmg ,-.'w2;'i. Taking the 287 representati\''B "probably, miuiitiiz;e/.tb;ia ''- 'the' bearinv; of the wagp.to iihe^^lni Miss' Scott -Trby^ o nV rHunger-Strike Centre of a Stiffra-gette D^rnprjstrdt.fQn ary membership m -the Dockers' Un- ^ ion 'as .a 'testimonial 06 the gratitude co,st , of tlie mrn for her support dur ng the , assigns Vdocl^ers' strike two years' igo^ *when , approx ' she fed ttiousands of their children., ' ' In stri|jing contrast to' '1 Strition at Hollovvav jail suffragette meeting held at . . street, without ,the protection �bodyguard, , The speakers at this trieeting w�ie ,hbwled doAvn, by', the;, mob.''A;t ,the'conclusjp-h' of.thPjSecr enpde of l!(Iiss-Emerson, the'deaf oo'r-| netjst.W'atf'lhvited to;cr,ds^ ;the street'; and play, the sultrasjettes hopma; tUal^ this music would' sootlb the sWagq bi^easts bf the rowdy" olament.. ,{rho' cornet vst accepted ilje invitation, but ha'd onlfhegun the. air.of-.'lThe Stair' iiiifla ^uuuv ^^"j r (. - -I'jr' . ; heading a delegation of American g^na English, suffragettes, tonifhti 6eren;.d-,ed'Miss'Zelie, Emerson, ,0 , Detroit, Hioli:,' the militant suffragettte who is, on a'hunger stxilte jn'*Hollow?iy 'jail, serving out^a two months' sentence for "breatfing VindoWs. I The anjii-suflragists had hired a band ot toughs who wese ai'ffljed with .'Stale jVegetables\snd. othor* .Spangled Bannert',( '-when ' lioodUims^ pounoed'.upan him,' -smashing! hts^cornet a,nd. forcpd'\tlie ,sulIraBe^fctcs">to abandon the m^ptiijg ' ' bad.eggs, o.,u,uji,wt,v-",y.w-" -""-I jjbje'ctiionffible ^ things^ tot- ufee^ 'as mis-: slles. ..They.-w^rB 'on- th.e, ground with ithe'inten,'ti6n',ot >Jji;ealdne xip .the'-de^ mbhstiAtiou^ p{- s^mlpa^hy E^is(my\)W "the" vth^nc^^>-ol ,\hB strong ^rined ,a&ok,men def5tr?d .tljeni.' 'irora"niakiiig ,tlieTh?it;8&flr' jetiesi jsptnUisil Kd'no ,t�tl)8illiS rUiition t()J contend, a\ ilffiSfeflf^^ , I' ir 1 V I 1 til-, ci P*iwilli dot i J n a". L )i c 1 u^Ki|s^W''%-|.- Slandin K/Sloa|^tOi,the|�M^'|M la'l iiid iTC u Dill lurt I) 'thb'CfflalM '.Way -Boftrf �ou a'WiUilp'ii f-t. 11 Ui u ' 31 Jl i;;;4';m^aWi:* An ridgp,->.tho' ^Oenf kfto'wn'*'Western rdjl-ioa4.'qQntift^'or,- l^i'Slj^Ioiislyt ill -.gQl ahyon^ 4o bp^mft-onflum, hut^i'Dr ,1 jaii'^na fw*wi}'>iun)ui�y Mewb^i:n,K'.'6{% IlBl&b'cidEC. wjro'f}B�|tH(>'saiona,aeVg sahg,.tht 1 ' 'T^nV^r^C^lis MAIN STBEETrWIliNIPCG ' - * -  .tVHiMa^o. iL Ideal School for Girls and ' ' Voundf. Women. RED DEER PRESIDENT: Rev. N.' D, JCoith, B.A., M.A. , ' LADY ,'PRINOIPAIj: ' * . Mrs/J{, Muldrew/^ , r Spring' JermV Cpmmences ^fues; I '/staff''l[arge/,Mtt?effici?nt. J -J - \n id. il 1 Maci1.1i Uprise* tlijrty^ aciros Ma nliU-i U N � HullJ L,iou^(ln com Uttrliy offll mant oomplet. ^ , st'eam'-h^atln^, iJ ihapl? fJodrpdj' Tio ic '- student^. dreat Chaiil ' AJRree Home Fo| Two Years. Eni|SioifmentWge)(V8/jRealvV Estate and Insurjance') ' A. ois:r& G /ir'yonreWire^^^'o^far^Sl^ ing'lo *o k i 4 ' 8atl fastlnn Gu^irantoed SnWs^ Printers & Stationera ' c yr- in- ,^ - - MORE ",TEPRITORY,-:t^pEDl^,Tg :?CHOOL . piSJ.RJ^CT^llBRI^-�>MNG IN rjDAIRY;;STOCK '. Cowley, ^March:26^Mohn;(RM 'provincial .school in^speotor, ,jYa9'Xl!i towu. this /We'eii, ^Iqojclji^diitfer --^ two fords of the Old '>Man,iRIver, baj longing ,to"E. q'QatB.'''jr."King^CfJj^'M; Etisterbroolvarid F.'W;,(?pdsal, ^W?^ wer� addfed to .the'distrlot. ^ A'sBP'' now in the ^isiirict, lying'north ojt^jh^e^i Middle 'Fo'rlt,"' is' liaijile toVhe. -tfl.^e.n- .efi�?.,R u fiiiv rhu .in.in.is^\C-e Jii^vri poor shape- uj)QnltVilJjWn;j4j,\^^ �iul jomi' fuUts �Ssj-j^o'i.ilt.idM.iit'ic oth , ^ ,\' 1 ji >�� ni tib tin ilieJ 1101 p