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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .-VvEDN'KSDAY, AllCUJS'.r U, 1920 HBKALU PAGE ELEVEN i Biographer Reveals Romance "Dleraell was a. mystery man at of an early date, I send you a packet, B'.ago in his career, and always of which I could not break the seal." Hence the pereu CnisheJ actor. o1al Interest whlch-be inspires. We may presume to thlnit that wo under- stand a Flit or a Peel or a Gladstone, hot who understands asks Tin Lcndou' Daily Telesripb. 'Mr. IJuckle's new biography re- veals to the Trorid aa extraordinary lore epiBcde of lie closiaE stage ol his career -wliicb had teen kept a veil-guarded secret. U will coma is'a grciat surprise, for Disraeli's de- vollcm to hla in 1S7S profound. He described her death as the supreme Borrow of hU Wo. To Two Sisters cannot, fii any he wrote.' 'eubduo tho anguish of my heart.' And yet a months afterwards he was writing reanis ol.Iove letters to two slsterp, both of whom werb Errand- THE HUGE DEte AISP POWER >RQ jfc CT sibicrp, ooin 01 woooi were grann- observer mothers 'and tha elder two years old I j0 h'B thsn himself. Tho Coualess of Ches- terfield was a widow, the Countess of Bradford was married. Diiraell, who was "rcajly In love with.the younger lady, proposed to marry tho elder, in order that he might secure both wife, and ulster at the same lime, and her refuel imposed no checK on his fluent pen. They were not ordinary never fell into common- My Own Dear _ At her death she left Disraeli a touching letter: "June 6, 1S5C. "My Own Dear I should depart tills life before you leave orders' that we may be burled la the same graye at woataver tsnciS you may die from England. And now, God blua you, my kindest, dearest! You have been i. perfect uufband to me. Bo put side In. tSs saine grave. Andiliow, fare- dear .Dltijr. DoVnot live alone; hope you may find 'as attached to you as your own devoted Slary She Was 80 and He Wat "His Mary Anne was twelve years j than says The Lon- Whea she died Disraeli place. "'To see you, or at least to hear from you every he wrote to Laiiy'Bradford, 'is absolutely neces- sary'lo ihy existence.' 'I have he' wrote in another letter, 'to know the tn-illghl of love, its splendor, and Anil again: 'It is not 'a slice of the moon that I want; It is He named his last'novel 'En- dytnlon.' The clue to the cholre of Hut (Hie lies evidently In Lady liradtord's name. which is taken- from the Greek word for the moon. v .Penned on the Treasury Bench "Mr. Buckle tells loueli- ness of spirit was Intolerable. The human imagination could not sup- liort a vacancy. It rnnst have an ob- ject. Within a year he Is violently in love. Lady Chesterfield is only less dear than Ihe dearest, though both otherwise the epi- sode would be unintelligible were mingled with tho brightest of his youth, forty years before. .And so his enviable imagination could the us that these letters wore often penned the! have been always with him wo could giro his sunset the illusions of dawn. "When he (OS) proposed to Chesterfield 170) she refused him for more than one reason, but chiefly because he loved her married sister (53) best and did not disguise it. Had she accepted him certainly have become his chief con- fidant, for it was his nature to make of his wife because sbe was his wife. It Beats Meredith. "We and posterity are fortunate that she declined. Could either lady features'of the St.'Lairreiieescheme one serous International w'ators nsar Morrisburc ?iQUt w Fraucla- Tllor COUM "ereloP thau four million horsepower of, electricity, equal o tons of coal a year, having a valuo of eight hundred million dollars. The coat of reach'250 million dollars. Ol the power, thrco-fourths would belong to Canada. tho St. Lawrence would enable ninety per cont. of the would save five cents on every bushel ct grain exported, transportation charges European Imports by more than 25 per cent. The International map Tha bodies of! ire netted Just behind the alibpugh thoy .Assume certain poses la order to' nake tt'elr la waHdog, they manipulate the work In a uay that makes waUdng easy for them, they said. Contrary to the tommoa belief, the. boys declared, they experienced no difficulty In getting from one pJace U> another. The only precaution to bo token, they slid, was to see thai iey were fed at the saoe timo asxl that chairs in which, tirer vsto ooated tiad no anus so that they could sit sdda by Tlwy carry a made bM so that they ism rest com- forUWy. pproachlc; the office, one. of them asked for tickets to tho Palaca theatre. Tha olfier shoofe his head satd much prefer a mail car comedy. They debated for a moment, and-faoscntly one said to tho other: "Say, whero do you get .that etuff. I am, gping to tho Palaoe. You go whorever -you want to go." It is estimated thai with a minimum depth of 25 foot, PS8S he besides reducing uiiurges oa Kuropeau imports uy more than 25 per cent. The Internal th9 CanldlaD-aUd early Mxt yea, Tho NEW EDITIONS cheques !uqulred-.i waiterlin Bylvanii Hotel-grill room 4s ho stood over two chairs occupied by two young Filipinos, at balf past seven o'clock last j- they replied together, smil- fnd rising from they sons of and Mrs. Mario Philippines, aud'oow of Washington, D.C., Imd come its'capa- city." "Bay.'-'-intarrajted tho blstuit shooter, Tre only beei hero a Week'; you left ma bciitod at the first ttopi" -Etcase apologized boomer, "I thought you wece an old handi Gimme couple of pork chops dud! some fried potatoes acd s order of wheat fioo, tor iho EccodJ course, you can bring ma a cup of black ooffeo with, plcaty of sugar'atid some dougbiurts. Kill up tto lunch basSal, too, because Ifs a long drag to the neat hash factory. Pat tie eqf- foe In UM JxtUoa and fill tha upper deck wits caadwiches and pie." ''I got you. repHed tie So easy to drop Cigar, or Chewing habit No-To-Bac has helped thousands to break the costly, tp- bacco .habit Whenever you have "a" longing for a smoke or chew; "jnst place a harmless No-To-Bac tablet fa your mouth instead. All desire stops. Shortly tha habit Is completely brot- en, and you are better off: mentally, physically, financially. It's so easy, BO simple. Get a bos of No-To-Bac' and It it doesn't release you front all craving lor tobacco In any form, your druggist will refund your money Tvlti- _ but Question. No-To-Bac is mads by .he boomer. I the owners o[ Cascarets; therefore pre- is ttoroughly i not have had the correspojidence Treasury Bench Disraeli 'was Prime -Minister .at tlie springing from frequent separation. time nnrl many of them were writ- j So !ie turns to Lady Bradford'as the letr oil the liiack-edged nolenaper ''dole though .she is which bore lo Ills rccenti mature Victorian obviously loss of Ms wife. Eleven hundred of sensitive even to tho appearance of there leiicrs to Lady Bradford are In! the excessive or absurd, and 'wife of] covering thn period ivhsn he was at (he height 01 his povcr in and he had reached the goal ofi his ambition, and it is no wonder that. Lady Uradford was seri- ously embarrassed by these ardors of the post and special messenger, (hough 'Disraeli defended himself from her reproaches by saying that he-never asked anything from "-her but her .society. 'When 1 have that I ani content, which I may well be, for "Its' delight Is' Ineffable.' The Lonely Premier "Years before be had written En 'Lothair'; tlmt years and ten at Ihe present day is the period cf romantic little thinking thgt he .was to illustrate this in his owji lltd; Yet aii-the time we- are afjiircd iihat he was faithful to the memory-of his wife, his deep affec- tion for'whom was founded, as he 'Said, on 'gratitude." She had been to him a .perfect companion, and he always craved for the under- standing'companionship of a woman. "He was one-of those -who ncnfl an; Kgerto.. 'I he wrote, to a wonderful letter to Lady Bmuovd, perfect solitude or perfect sympathy. .My present life gives roe neither of :thcso, ineffable blessings. It may be brilliant! but it Is too fragmentary. not a'complete existence. It Sires' me neither tlie highest develop- ment of; tho intellect nor heart; nelther-'poetry nor love.' However much Disraeli was Immersed In af- fairs'of. State and party struggle, liis heart ij-as lonely, .ami he sought solace iri the outpourings of platonic affection', couched the same tcnii3 that he might have employed In-thc ardors of youth. Age bad not rohlieJ him of his Imagination, but he himself had written long hotore: 'Manhood is a struggle; old age a legref.'" His Wife There is a curious reference lo his wife in a toiler written to Montagu C'orry: "She docs not appear to have dc- plroyed a single scrap Lever wrote to her. before or after marriage, and never lo have cut my hair, which pho did every two or lhre_e weeks for 33 years, without garnering tho har- rest; so, as you mice asked for some an excellent Peer whom.ho made Master of the Horse in his Own Ad- ministration. "It all beats anything that George Meredith could huvc conceived in the most improbable flights- of amor- ous psychology. To 'Lady Ches.' ho writes hundreds c? letters in the last eight years of his life, to Lady Brad- ford over a thousand. To tho latter he sometimes writes two and three times a day from'his own. house, from the Treasury liench, from wherever he is staying. "Some 'of those who were in the Inner circle of affairs- soon 'realized that Lady Bradford knew every- thing. What would Queen; i Victoria have thought had sho suspected that one of BeaconsEield's lates Lady Bradford onVknowing more political secrets than the Queen Mr. Buckle remarks on 'the. fact that Disraeli was much more copious of endearing epithets to the sister he did not love than to the sister he did: "The letters lo Lady Bradford generally slart without any prepara- tory endearments, but- Lady Ches- terfield was 'dearest, dearest Lady Ches.1 'dearest of charm- ing and finally, in most of the letters alter the first year or two, 'dear darling'; and find such expressions as: "Whatever happens to me in the world I shall always love you'; and after an attack of gout at Brctby, 'Adlon, dear, and darling friend, I have no language to express to you my entire affection.' "'To lovo as I lore and'-rarely 'to sec the being one adores, whose con- stant society is .absolutely necessary j lo my life; to be precluded even from the only flhadowy compensation for such a torturing of relieving 'my heart by expressing its not a lot which I never could endure and cannot. But for my strange position, which enslaves' while IE elevates me, I would fly for- ever, as'I often contemplate, lo somo beautiful solitude and relieve in ideal creation Iho burden of such a dark and harassing existence. the Iron laws of a stern necessity seem to control our lives, and with all the daring and all the imagination In tho world, conscious or unconscious, wo are slaves. tho' waiter was surprised to see that MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative 'Accept "Cnltfornla'' Syrup of Fies for the name California on tho package. Ihen you are sure youf child !s having the beat and most harmless phyalc for Hie little stomach. Kver and bowels. Clilliiren love its fruity taste. Kali Directions on each tiottle. You must say Advertisement. Fifty motor cars filled with Perth county formers arc on a lour of Ox- ford county. Mrs. Battisby, one of Northumber- land's oldest Inhabitants, died recent- ly at the home of her son, J. n. Bal- llsby, Campbellford, aged ninety. W. McNamea, St. Thomas, killed when Hie auto ho was driving was struck by T. II. locomotive. >v li c n fir. 'ESSBi-- heals trio s'kln. "10 .yoypg Prlccylllo fjrrnor, Chased 'reo U jmr mention llils n'lio has confessed that' bo kjilcil' 'hla CONFESSES HE KILLED MOTHER lather was tor the criino, Sweet and summer's heat Your appetite will not pause before a glass of Carnation Milk. For you know that it is fresh. You know that it is guarded against taint. V Sealed Carnation Milk is certainly the safe milk for warm summer weather. Pour out a! thjrcl of a glass of this rich, creamy milk. Then fill up the glass with cold, pure water. There you have milk better'than you can usually obtain for table use. 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