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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta CZARINAS GEMS HIDDEN IN GERMANY Wife of Former Russian Ruler Sent Ose Mil lions to PRICELESSGEMS GONE Winter Palace Was RiHed by Officials Before the CraH HE nusslin royal includ 1 teg rti gems Unt incruslrf the Imperial Rcmanotf are sate from the democratic hands of ihe new rulers la With a wo mans Intuitive knowledge of troubles former Czarina had them tucked away in a sate deposit vault in her ancestral city of right at the beginning if the And there they will remain until and MrsRomanoff claim them The story of the HJsian royal Jewels Is published la the the dolaracopy magazine sponsored by New York society The Chro nicle which Is A Caused slates that the former Czarina was largely re sponsible for the In thatshe assured her Perhiao friends and re latives that Russia would not be a formidable She proceed ed to prove tils antlbellum predic tion by proGerman Intrigue which ended with the the overthrow of the Romanotf But tho former ba fore her marriage was Princess Alei andra Alice of had rio illusions about she packed up the family Jewels In the summer of when she saw the International war clouds and sent rtem in charge of trusted mes sengers to her tha Grand Duke ot lor safekeeping till OIKS WE MEET AT SUMMER RESORTS The Old Gentleman of 87 Who Keeps Perennially Young IELIGICUS CRITICS Tie Mother With Two Daugh ieis Who Regards the War as a NB gets a tremendous chance to asses of They seem be In Infinitely greater varieties thoroughly exemplifies the underly ng meaning of the Brotherhood of JEWEL OF IS HIT HARD BY WAR It Has Suffered More From Aerial Bombardments Than Any Other Italian Marks in Its Protected Looks Like a Huge Brave Women of Russias Heroic Legion rrf MilE CiUvVHEV leaatr of the Legion Russian women who fougrc In J Arlnlrfltlf the men who r place a the men who anddrove back on the eastern According to the version of tho rifectiveniss ot the women the Teutons would much nlhcr th men In MUM Theworaen irlTeilo themaw wrong5 commltlea by the Gcrtrans had m jniSfflUn and foush Mm otchkamIs shown wearhis several medals which were awarded her lot jtca i to thrilled the world ana mace b f orj y E furlou Mm otcham s sown wearis sev The wonderful story of Uie deeds of this legion thrilled the world ana mace b f orj to use m event of her capture Ties do m By ROSAMOND EXICE baa suffered moro than other Italian through First of all she has suffered the beginning of the As tt port she was m for her chief traders were tfco bHllsersiU There vas ss demand to her beau tiful Venetian glass aad lace Industries stopped KO more travelers came tha the working iiatple seemed almost cut ott from susteii When war actually coramenc H Venice that was r the inost seriously Her lights went her al ready The few gondoliers no longer sang as they plied up five lira a roiMnB eight Q the ucderparts of tho uniforms and soldiers garments are piled up the Government orders and pays for and It makes ft tegular Income for tho Tho best cutters Those who are running tbls all voluntary some senile dolag mens work with system arid Ono can only and not commiserate with tho in every hey are showing what splendid stuff they are made Proteetiiv St MaiVi that beautiful little has unique vreparattonsposslbleagalnst B peace was The royal emls saries traveled by tha way of Fin land reached their destination before the mobiliz ation of the armyVaRcom Thytale of tlia Czarinas German forehandedness in the matter of sav ing the family gems aaiS 1o have been a 17 ew York society tvcman by members of the Russian Commission who Tisited New York The Ycrk bad hsr cya peeled XorLbargains in royal j jswcJry andapproached of the on the subject of pur chasing a string of rare pearls which she had seen the former Czarina at a fashionable European resort some years Sho was told that she would have to talk to Ro manoff or her the Grand Duke of Ivan of EL New Russian man and corrobtrated the In the it impossible to place an exact value on the royal but esti mated tbat they ought to bring close to in the He said they were ot far greater intrinsic value the historic jewels de posited in the which are Examination of the famous paint Ings hung on the walls of the Hermit age and the Winter The wonderful story of Uie deeds of this egon ri in the battalion carrlM a dose of cyanide of potassium to use m event of her capture Ties do m but they dreas 7he Eecond pholosraph shows rocrwls terns taught he to napaie their ri but they dreas 7he Eecond pholosraph shows rocrws erns aug British Wbmen But Cool ThroAir Raid Went On JTieir Shopping and On Some Rushed to Get a Belter View of Baltic in the Sky 7 By July IIIS mornin jjv while shopping with Hadley Williams of In a Southeast ern London we were Interest ed In Doting a small silver aeroplane unusually high Upon calling my companions attention to she re marked always feel a little uneasy when I see a machine so high up in this quarter of the world we see dozens and it looks just a little bit vas dekfenlngy and the cry went up hat an enemy plane was toppling AH couldsee was1 fleecy iUle clouds causedby the explains by th3 whirr tf the engines ani the pom of h The excitement was in1 ense and we watched them breath until thay became Indistln gu objec ta that loany priceless been removed and replaced choap copies Kobcdy of These di coveries EO aroused the provlslona Government that an investigation 1 now under way to see how o Husslas ert treasures have hes The musrums oi Moscow an contain wonderful collec tions of precious tiie r finest cojlectluns Sfiu emeralds time ago I received a letter from a Gov ernment official asking to lecom menrl an American to assist In the Suddenly from every direction ap peared special distinguish able by their blue and white arm Then we knew there was a raid on and we were in the midst oi For at that moment the noisy hirr of many machines was nd upon looking in tho dlrccitoi rom whence the sound ould faintly descry In the misten liave veloped sky snuaflron of what with looked like gleaming silver in what perfect and flying at great speed directly towards Hotf did it feel 1 can remember drawing a quiet breath or two and that my hands ahook so my purse Malchlewly Cool then interested us both was the manner in which the raid was taken by the matchlessly warInured English among some oi the younger girls about twelve or fourteen years of On e poor child and they THE SMILE OF By FLORENCE EARLE they Souriie11 and sculptured on the northern door Ofthe she wore Thtoush the lone centuries of toll and care Thit mysteriously wrought anc If she saw bravt visions ever and an armored Mild wh IHUtf And all the glories been tbat had one chain I glanced quickly at Williams to discover how she was bearing herself In time of dig and caw that she was disturbs 0 about the same extent I jTsely her if she wanted to g n with he shopping or lake an Im traln bach to and he prompJy replied I think we hali go quietly on ivilh our shop To which I wlllinply A Mixed Calm HAT alruck us both was the yV outward calm of a very mteefl mostly The machine by were directly over ou and I took tinse to t Williams Jf a drop you know where it will the midst of this it I sheer for them to stan saying which wo entered th end finding the beg sd for the sake of tho thought PS girls and women who were under Ms and who wereso foolishly exposing ihtmsetveV to unnecessary lo assert his authority and there vrna white to the lips eyes starting out of her rushed one end of the shop to the moaning and ring ing her Icaught her firml and told her If she would remain nwiy from the skylights and under heller there would be very liltls but wrenching herself she flew frenzfedly out Into tho we wenlas quietly as clrcun stances and shaken nerves would per with our With the reporters 1 was closely watching humanity Our salesgirl was and was using every clfort of will power not to show as she produced gloves nd expatiated on their auslng to listen every moment as the rashes became more Everybody was but prac ically everybody was It aslon shetl and at that room you will find a young drug shop and sho Is ready arid willing to run to a sick bed at any hour ot tbt day or Amongst the varying types per haps the is the dear oldman vrho insists upon remaining His American Beauty rose socks and do part of the trick end for a week you put him down as k well preserved But the man S ivlth dates at the end of his finger and down her The men went to older ones were territorial called to set about with the influential of the city to arrange for the needy among them H was a tremendous task that they had before But he work Is a marvel of organisation and The opera house has been commandeered as the work UP io the present three millEun liras aavc subscribed by Venetian were pent fifty franco or liras recenllj from the city of This they applied to the Mutilate tho maim in as thpir civil as sistance they wished accomplish entirely out of their owndonations Venetians their propro and are carrying on An Immense Work AS I went trough the Fenlc Theatre saw rooms fille walling In small of fires or downr allinformation regardlcg th and claims of those seekln There ate those who seo to the help with There arc those who get Information about pensions There tips remembers when Beau Bnimmel tacdseparation allowances rtbt came to northern paradise and are attendant Therere assures you that be is soup kitchens In different parts of And you suUdeuIy fall to regretting a thousand families iomewhat disrcspectfiil argument have beenhelped food you with him cno rainy j night Every single Is when he tried to screen Four thousand soldiers Sis pet political Age cerjchllaren their talnly does and shouidengender relheir and and their time 1 from a wellspent A tlpied for1 tho greater part of llhe so the mothers can great that baa suffers When I first saw It I thought It looked llko a huge with a sort of wbotlcn cowcatcher built all round and right p to Its obelisked insido Is actly llko the cellar of a largo granery Every pillar has malrcsaca around it Mounds of sand bags are led up every hese ono sees worshippers In front f C lighted Marks Square always crowded with nd the pigeons sllll come down Ducal Talace Is bricked up elween the pillars of Us Cafes ply their as but it 10 thelightsgo out s amongst many ghdfitllke r over a century Iho Cafe Dorian never closed by night or t keeps open only until ll ilany soldiers and very many more white uniformed sailora arb Among latter seei toms splendid British i have been out several times on board the British Monitors they are queer locking hut evidently very efficacious In shallow sea war These monitors part In the bombardment east of the Harma and when on Afiuitlca er I saw their Grey Dogt of Viif grey sea dogs of It alian and give the li goons and entrances to the canals a look tof In Venice is very no one has Bver phe Is f or eridof the war when Vehlice will come Butfor me has tho same mysterious Interest that it roust hnvVhad some hundreds of many things In llui may be a 6f chance and EOcalled are given with We are continually formation about applicant But halo and hearty eightyseven A duplicate ofeach card is kept ftt that glories In thepretty and Inno the office of the Then I went cent vanity and American Beauty over the Tho beautiful Ik socks must have had something concert hall now has two hun retty substantial In the living up to Urcd girls hoce laws which govern correct and from about fifteen to iwcnlyflye sano A row of years of busy round a rocky island ot Georgian arc by jlhei ana earn about ay was a common form of pastime or the gentleman of and far exceeded the mental be walked through the cuestep but must remember that waltz with no JIB long to count tho but he always waved a Utones beneath tho waters of a Bhal heery good night nt halfpast jow brook as to imagine the possibiil the bcdtfme te3 lying beneath tlieunfathoninblc beauty ot ita oulllne by and the picturesque buildings and by Tve know the Adriatic Is so what Is there to fear by sea or we never But from what I have I would say that Venice will cot suffer any more damage In this But will re mata to please future is It has beautiful Jewel Xorlhern Ideptha Now of all the inc TTW varied forms mind development L ND then there was everprc nt Mamma be iuick For ioon of night will fall and thesewonder ful pinks and reds purples will fade away from the turquola ciuffoa curtain perhapl never to return again The a Sore who Eave one tho called aristocratic and strange her that she looked upon tho wav i Hmewhat of a bore because it cd signs of knocking tho ambitions 3 somewhat preva into a cocked hat Looking at ont sorry for tho but Sunday the that wtnth not chnrcliamonjsat fo excessive happiness proves nor blut Wllh ploua5 nnd happy working in Erie yards In Jersey She Erie yaru3 in jersey ense see men and girls in lmstle1 excessive iiaipmesa Jkui i pride contentment Surely the abf1 VIAV n law of compensation must mean Here and at similar mmer where congregate a httcrogeneous medley known aa tho jclsufe wo get a fair Idea the mental We spot at once Visionary hurrying to the roof In order lhat they might sea bettor anfl she teota Such IB the attitude of the English a but she loesn t mind a under Js Jt any wonder that Dlt they win through most things by Women arc workln In railroad sheer grU artls ali tllC States in even When the was ilrs They arc fining their Jobs leaving little room for com Williams and somewhat I will fouml OIK way to the Ileclwood Tea Rooms and steadied our n cup cf strong took the wrong train Who said wo were nervous Jlow like to Landt Wounded by bursting a little space Broken she lay beneath her ancient portal But Jlftcd from the with trem bling still glowed face Tby herofo lovegiven tell them to Cfme Just at that moment there was a whirr In the followed deafening and heir spctd in obeying the managers request was greatly accelerated by ha incident Craah succeeded ltenlng it did not seem to me they were coming any so we ventured to the door Jaat In timo to ECO a second wo afterwards learned was flying swiftly In pursuit of the flectng Antiaircraft guns were A BJG MUNITION PLANT remarkable figures are ovall able regarding the factory In the neighborhood of Carlisle which the King ftnd Queen visited It s spread over ah area of twelve square nnd Ihe Internal railway system is nearly ono hundred miles fifteen thousand men were en gaged In Its but that number been reduced to Operative labor at present consists of men find wo with alaff of 7U men and plaint The women caught on to the work with frrat anil they tlld net need much M03 of tho were stenographer holding down dcllcat Now they ore doing all th rough nnd tumWS work In the and hey like Many of the Elrl slarled In without much color or phy slcal But they havo de ever wish lo Their w does not promise much fees doc In addltlon to exlenslv accommodation apcciilly provided Carlisle KKKP you navo a llltls success floit A LUCKY SHOT good stories are told about whose recent rousing reception in Americaaugurs BO well for future of democracy tho world of the neateal concerns a golfing Ealfour had driven nls ball Inlo a clump otlong and Invited tha ndvlce of his Try and drive to the farthest sky line ye can Balfour did IM ball said tbo wise boy regret ChltLOn Curtain Ji waa iui CVWJLUIB which made ono stacl to be aloneVnd I It your eaeer to cry out Does mi what capita pair lor a caijei lu vi r drink Inthis wonderful beauts It I foursome we BhouR n The iTOmsine Js o people of outspok en thought on the oilier who hid for popularity run with the then icre arc the excessively narrow who Mem to say Think I think for one but Imhecllco think along other may knitsocks for the aolfiicrs even In tho while you are walling for coup and Tvhlla some person nt of Hie taMo 13 mumhllng an lu istlnct but you muat not darn hole In the small hoys stock ing If ho rips It on Sunday and all his others me at the there are good souls wfi bf Ileve lhat Impressive seriousness is the correct mode of and there othnra who InslH that nearly iugh Is good and finds an echo In it strikes one al itiost with of humor to turn from one menial atlHudo Kfrberl Spencer or any other of ttote critical old chaps who revelled tft taking minds to would hive found themselves camp on tt for the rest cl yonr overtime in northern Otmt and complcilty Women of Fnmce Do mivsmm nrs either flghtlnK or In Th Franco alnce the war ;