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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Pmjelfl TfTTfBRTWJF TUTTVT Majestic. {Theatre W. B. Sherman, Mgr. Phone 646 The ALLEN Players, supporting Miss Verna'Felton TO-NIGHt "Sapho" To-morrow, "A Stranger in a Strange Land" Seats on sale at Rochon's Frirtay, DcM-onilw 1, 1911. Amazing Divorce Case of Lady Colin Campbell Shocked England Passing of Remarkable Woman the Recalls Charges Which Included a Duke and Other Prominent Men as Co-respondents London, S'piv' Colin jleave eneli mail hurriedly Campbell has slipped out of life In a off how ami to give) The Theatre Thit Satisfies At 2-P. M, .Moo-ray! Another big- SPECIAL Duke De Ribbon Counter provoking coinedv. Duel, by Miss Richards ad K. E. Willis His Mother In old California TODAY TODAY quiet ami nlmont unobserved muniier, altonetlier nnliku what out1 might havo jexpeciod from hor carwi1 and from lior poraomUliy. Scarcely ns hrotlKr uan-a. anrt the lower voice of the Kan-Joliili; at one time had eager poi- wife, anil both.voices were so I.B.IO, mr.il o( the demo .rrating that even the most 'cntjt kind nab'av'oil tfmes u.u-ied i ..ous closing of your ears could not as candidate for a pariiamentory Mieep yon from catching n tag constlluency, bad a wit mordant nnd I ;a sentence, such as "But CJmcaI had inn througb whole j it was remonstrance you could reain ff. emotions and had corns out see, but remonstrance carried on m ot ,t ,udl a embittered itiie calm and self-controlled tone of toeling A facejfie that 6t Loid pan .people of good sdcisty. ldolph Churchill which 'da! Looking -back over tha long space ing cynicism, a certain approach'even of nearly thirty years, I can still see to impertinent defiance of the.hvhole couple as th-ey walked up and world, and a rigidity of line Mint down that corridor in the House or tho-.-ed ine ettect of his penenres Commons. In srmt: of the subdued he was a man who dazzled aud'shock- tones and the tranquil wa'ik, there was eel. af-frishted and yet attracted you something that suggested already t1 e j Long 'before Lady Colin Campbell tragic destinies that hovered, ov.ir appeared on Ihe scene, lie had'f'igur them both. One of the nt. ed. in more scandal; in of was sufficient ,io short, he was the ideal suggest tragedy. Unusually tall viih m tempeiament, appedranr-e and ca striking and prominent features, witu .eel 4nd yet this Drained Don Juan an Intensity of color, jet black In .he. had'.at last met his fate. If he ever hair, dsep brown in the eyes, and loved..a woman it was Lady 'Colin bursting scarlet in the cheeks, sho, Campbell. Let me dismiss him .-by looked in the long clinging robas sajmg that I met him afteiwards! which covered her, stately height and when he was the husband of the ladj splendid form as though she WOIP th" known lo hei own country as'lUrb i muse of tragedy embodied in a human It was a sti mge as form. Fire destroyed ihe hogplrn of tbp Hociirs (Irises at Qua, but. all the children wore nataly' re- uioveJ. Loss Hurry Uovro and Ada Collins, of Godorich, wore arrested at Lon- don, charge olHhoft Mrcferred by lliu womnn'H husbaha, Man With Melodious Voice The man was a fcir less imposing figure, but still witn tha-t melcdious and bis air of distinction, that beauty of face which was character istfc of him aiid his 'brer-' one of them won a queen's daughter by sheer beauty of and with tbe in- telligent eyes. Lord Colin Campbell, in spite of comparatively abort stat- ure, and rather prematurely stoiit frame, looked a man of high birth and high talents. And thus they walked to and fro, the stately, tall, dark woman in the dark -clothes, and the shoit, fair-hair- draKged on. charlas Hussell and ed, melodious-voiced man, hour after ,he other Kreat of the1 -time' hour, debating -within .earshot of the were employed, and the end was an senate, where the fate of a world-wide oxtraorrllnnry reduction into nbHiir- tha Knstlsh marriage law. The jury refused -io find her guilty, and as .tr London paper jiut lidrd Campltell. were .still j sorting; for no beings coiiltl .be.-riipre and; I faflcy on bis part, though Mrs Hamineislej was a beau tiful woman, it'H'a'a-'a Jiiarriage' of (Fer wqre no eessnry to restore the: buildings nnd the -fortunes of iheVfamily mansion at. Blembeim. He was found dead in hit bed one morning of heart iiis w.iriow married for the third time, choosing Lord William one of the -same rollicking, Ir- ish family of which Lorrt Charles Btresford is now the head." Maimed Lives of Both The case against Colin Camp- Empire is debated, the eternal, but individual, question of tbe relations of husband and wife. Strange Contrast It was strange and ironical nnd-wife, these two 'unfortunate tratt, these'-Uvo individuals, fighting "'retches, who had: dragged eac.b_olti out for _ thrpiigii the njud'bf individuals, fighting -their own' trouble amid all the turmoil of a legislative assembly j appalling charges" and- loathsome rev- amid people passing hurriedly to and eiallons. Lord: had had enough. amid bubbling excitement ami to'lmlia, becatne. a .bar- gisantio politlctil walking riHler- started to. make-big. Hytnv slowly hour after hour .apparently nev otnor but ,ho'did er reconciled, and yet never ready to noL IJe Med within a-few years after this terrible in which iifs life had been maimed. The case maimed- her 'iKe'also. She Iliad' had enough' of m airfare, and never married again. But It was not because she did not .have plenty of after man feU a victim to Whenever a watch is judged by the time it keeps, Waltham is the preferred watch. Time YouOmicd a irolUuiiii." Scnil for Ucscriplivc boiiklnt. Lethbridge, Alta- Nov. To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge' LADItiS AND Having lo olTer niy.si.'ir a diin- (I id ale for dec I ion as alderman of llie Oil.y of Lclhbrido-o. 1 ren- piicl.l'nUy solicit; your vote and iiii'iiuijicc. T am lioarlil.y in J'avoi" of can-yijig' oul; poliey nienls as- unlfined by I: lie Civic Council, and luivino- ra tlieiu coinplnled as. little delay ax pos- sible. In nddilio'n, 1 am in favor ol' having all lighting and tele- phone wires laid un- der ground especially in the central portions1 of the Oily mid on Thirteenth St.' Novt'lr. If elected my ser- vices will at.nil times be at -the disposal of the ratepayers of the City of Lothbridee. Your ohedientlv, LIONEL ASQUITH To the Electors of the City of Leth- bridge Having decided to become: a Candidate for tho Council Board I respectfully solicit your vote and influence at the coming election. If elect- ed, the city's interests will receive my best Attention at all times. J consider that my twenty-four years of Practi- cal Railroading qualifies me 'to deal in a competent man- ner with tile various con- struction problems, of the city. As fnr as the seneral business of tho city 'Is con- cerned, I claim to possess suf- ficient business, ability to give the city good service. You already know my plat- form In detail. If, It com- mends Itself to you I respect- fully ash you to cast your vole for me on the lltli of December. Lethbridge, Nov. To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge I.AWBS ANDGENTI.RMKN: At tho ruiiuest of a largo number of tbo ratepayers of the I have entered tho municipal fluid as candidate for the MUVOM sent for ISJ.a. I Holloil your vote, and ask i for your .support, on Dec. I lib, oii (he following grounds: I. advor.ilu straight commission form of govern- nient, including initiative, ref- erendum and recall. The. City Charter, now being drafted, to be sub- mitted to the ratepayers bo- fore being presented ur the legislature. .2. I advocate a struct railway system, owned a'nd operated by liio. city, to be built operation as soon as possible. i advocate a subv.uy at the crossing of Westmin- ster Road between .North and South Utliurldgo. I advocate tho instal- lation of an efficient filtration system, extensive enough to insure an adequate supply of pure water for tlie city's needs n. I am in favor of a more efficient and service, for tho prelection of the public health and cleanliness of. Ihe city. B. 1 am in favor of street paving, Ihe extension of'the city's sidewalks and boulevards, and tho improvement of oiir highway's as conditions will justify. 7. I urn in favor of completing all public works and Improve- ments undertaken by the city in the speediest and most syal.Qniat.lc manner, thus securing the greatest economy in operating expense and the least inconvenience to the public. S. I am In favor of the Mayor and City Council co-operating with the Board of Trade and Citizens in mi earnest endeavor to boost Lelhbrldge by making llie Dry Farming Congress of 1012 the most successful ever held. Jn conclusion I will state that if elected on Dec. nth I plod-e myself to give a square deal to all.parts of tho city, to administer the city's affairs ill a business like way, nnd to stand at all times to advocate any policy which, spells IMt-O-G-K-E-S-S for fho Cit'v of Lethbridge. Yours to command, A. STAFFOHD. Lethbridge, Nov. 28th, 1911 To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge LADIES I -am a candidate for election to your Council Hoard for the. year IH12. r ask your suMtjri on tbe following. grounds: STREET CAR SYSTEM: I favor the ccmstruclioii of. the municipally-owned street. car system, as already outlined, and its completion 'if possf- blo> hi time for tho International Dry Fanning Congress, 1012. EXTENSION' OF TUADE: I favor doing everything possible for the extension of tho Loth bridge wholesale and retail trade throughout Southern _. Alberta, and to this end, advocate taking steps towards the, encouragement of a RADIAL RAILWAY SYSTEM, cou- 'necting outlying towns with the City of Lethbridgo. :i. DRY CONGRESS: 1 -favor the hearty co-operation of the 'Alayor and Council .with tho Hoard of Trade In making the international Dry Farming Congress completo success sn ;is 'o dnrivo tho "full bnefit of this Congress as a hoostiug feature for Letn- b ridge. 4 W UNI CI PA L 1 M PRO VEM I3NTS I favor carrying out in its entirely tbe excellent program for paving, sidewalks, park development, and other muni- cipal' improvements us laid out by ihc Council of this pres- ent year and such extensions to this program as-tlm growth of tbe city may make advisable. RAILWAY CROSSINGS: I favor, an .earlv agreement with 'the .Canadian Pacific Railway Company ,for tbe adjustment of their grade witb- in the city limits, in ord-er' thai the proposed MINSTER SUBWAY and other crossings which may be- come necessary, may be constructed with the least possible delay and at reasonable cost.. t COMMISSION GOVERNMENT: T favor an' economical management of the business of the city, employing tbe most expert available beads of de- partments, and a careful consideration of. the form of COM- MISSION GOVERNMENT best Adapted to the needs this growing city If elected, I -pledge myself to act In the best Interests of Ihe WHOLE! Cm of fethbridgo I sb ill do nii best to bo tbo actual. rpprca'entativc of the people; and, as 'I believe, the business, of this city H matter to resident f bold myself ope-ir at all times; to. receive suggeBtions, impart Information and discuss -.-_. civic iffans inj of m> felloe Faithfully yours, H. J. HcSKBITII. hor omnipotent chiirnm, bulj-.she wltl1 U'O rosy rod' cheeks, and Ilia would never tie horaeir again "ns. bringing into greater rellci shackles' at an BnsllBh marriage .bond. the: eyes. Lady Colin looked one mass of intense and vivid vitality. of even wftlK'tho most practised swords man, leave him ileiul on the Held She was 'of a-coimty Clare Irfeli family, Blood by name, who have played their pau in Irish history, birt she was dark enough to be nn Italian instcfid of an Irish beanty. Tliere was a suggestion of a vehement tem- perament on the whole nice and fig- ure: she might have boon tho tnothor the ohony darkness of 'the hair "and a dozon" yOUng snme great height, (he siime raassivo aanre Intensity of color' moat alone. The makeup of this won-1 dcrfti] bit nature's hamiiwork was not completed with her extraordinary ..personal and physical atlnniMons, slio j.had ii fine mind. Indeed, tho MfctjOf her fniellcd'tualHIes wns Ions 'as thni of bor sportswoman acconi- (ConUnucil on papc 1.1 J. .It And well she might. For she wan al- tbat I was' Introduced 'to 'her, ml mow.an atlilcto, of almost -masculine novcr can I forget what a 'dazzling j strength of miracle and Iron nerve. vision ort then was.' The .'She was a daring horse-woman, nodal laws, and perhaps somo Imly who her of all I great, swimmer, she tuuld.ln the days mcenlriclties of her own tomneni- jhavo B'oen ii yourllixino Bllloll, Uic'of duelling have entered on duel J IicVto'dle chl'ldteH and al- i would have loved'nnd fought and heroicaiiyV-1 anii'.laughingly on hattic- fleldn. f.' Woman Almott never'lirlffllfid her higher dea- To The Electors of the .City Lcthbrlflgc Having at tho request of .many rate- payota, decided to offer myself as a cvindldato for school l.niBtee nt the coming election, I respectfully solicit. vote and Influence. If elected. will discharge the duties of tbe posi .Ion to tho best of my ability, ,W. J, NELSON. ;