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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, THE DAILY HERALD M1W. SAYUIi AXI) TWO OV IIEK Gives perfect results in all baking Lord Curzon on Great Orators in the British Parliament "Modern xvas the suhjcct of Uie llede lecture which Ixird Curzcn delivered at Cam- bridso. Passing on to consider iadrvidual speakers. Lord Curzou stated that by far Hie. greatest oralor ivhom he h'ad liczrd In the House of Commons indeed, almost the ouly orator was 3Fr.. Gladstone. He fi'eemed to he a master of every art of. eloquence and rhetoric, llo could be passionate or calm, solemn or. volatile, lucid or ia- volved, grave or humorous (with, a heavy sort of persuasive or tlcnuricitory, pathetic or scornful at '-Ills great rival, Disraeli, ivas t master of picturesque and Incisive phraseology, hut lie had always heard from-those who remembered him ev- er. IB fcia prime thai he was not. an oralcr either by nature or art. John, Bright was a great orator lu'the cia'aa of those carefully prepared their "choicest sentences and regarded speech as-.a work- of art, Messages M congratutatloii from the Kins and Queen and from rulers in Kurope conveyed tu tL'j White House the occasion of Jessie Wilson's marrlase lo t'r.uitls U. Sayre. The PrjEident'i daughter Is a voting 'se domestic virtues and good common sense arc welt known to her more intimate'friends. arc- shown two of tEie bridesmaids, and a good picture of the brMe herself. The best meal will be spoiled if (he coffee be of poor quality. Coffee will save even a poor meal from being a failure. CHASE o simple? Thousands of pcoplo throughout the country owe the beauty and attractiveness of tbelr comjiier- Lord Salisbury, that" of delivering .a sustained and closely-reasoned argu- ment of attack Cor an.hour without a single Sir. Winston Churchill cultivated the literary stylo and at times pr'ac- 'Mcert it with great ability; while Ixird Hugh Cecil's 'speaking .iras always tellectual and much.'. of .It- Vas 'hard hitting and fierce. One the rtisdfi sources of Mr. Red- mond's 'success A en a power of Fpeech-consfatentlf .vcrjlrif upon 'elo- quence and- sottietinieV. M.nged with genuine emotion; Irish corrosive humor and balical Mr. Timothy Jleajyl In eoncluslon, Lord Cjirzon paid that he would, the taslt or de- riding" .which was the masterpiece- of ion to Stuart'p Calcium Wafers. not gain for yourself th blessin Why modern HritEsh eloquence by JJJ, Ing the to an ham Lincoln. DR, G, W. MOONEY DEAD Coronation, Altai., o. Mooney at'Ccnsort, yeUerUay, typhoid, Ho a'graduftq of St. John's collete, Winnipeg, havine been a goTd medalist" in 'Dr' Mooney was In Altx up to eighteen months ago. At the time of his death he was the C.P.R. surgeon oa Ihe La comb a.- branch. He -was born in Wawanesa, where his father is a farmer. Whilo here he built a private hospital at his own expense. 'Don't for Old Age. You Will Lose Pfmptcs Thlc Un- til You LOEB Your Beauty'' :SXIn those caused y also Wood dteord- rs. Purify the blood and at the Fame Inio you" drive mil the pimples. Cal- lum sulphide, tho conslluent of Slu- it's Calcium Wafers. Is the'greatest blood purifiers and Is recommend- a by all physicians, K converts the olaons In tho blood Into gaasa thAt 10 pores can easily eliminate. Stu- ffs Cftlclum Wfiffira will cure Iho, .ost nculo cas of pimples, black- and liver-spots In thrc-o or foirr Stuart's Catcium Wafers contain harmful to'tho system, Tliey it tho blood, but make' and. vigorous, .bringing Iho ow of youth to the check3, and vigor id'atanjilh to tlie body. You will know ho.w glorious It to to llvo ;til yoa pure, vigorous, alinn- nt supply coursing through your ins. There aro not only good looks, it health iiml'hapn'lncsn fn every box Sluarl'a Cfllclum Wafers. tuart's Cstofum Wafers aro con- ntenl to carry Juid j.lcasant (o take, in 60c box of Aur druggist SLIT SKIRT YEARS OLD Tho silt skirt" is only twelve" hun- dred years old, and Chu H Chu In- vented it for the Japan. Also Carlton In, 1603.degcrilitvd the costume of tho. Hrltfsh puecn. thus quaintly: w ''Her cloathes were not so .much below (ho knee but what we might see a woman hath both fute and legs, which I never knew before. She had n pair of Inwkina setl vrllh ricb stones, a hehnet Ml of Jowcljs, and her whole attJrc .embosfed with Jewells of. sev- eral When one Just been Halenlng to a aermon on the JeKenoracy. and os- tentation of our. limes ft Is a real rofrcshmfenl to happen iipop a pas- eago Carlton'a'age was certainly not a licentious one at the Court with dour Jnnies I. sit- on the throne. True, the outfit Just described embodied the Queen's Idea Of Palffts Athene, and was worn at a Court on 7iroadway. U IS, all tlie EJuno, well-to observe thn we think tdo'rft ot- our own day's frankness ns (o Vboth fute an the Tmperia Ediiadron 'on' the Australia- station but they have 'lost their identit amongst Urittsh and AuElraiian blue -InMead of this which was not sucii as to stlraulat the- uridc and patriotism of the try In HH osvn work for Imperial de- fense, New Zealand seamen are no to ne trained In a ship handed ove to the Xew Zealand government h the admiralty, and maintained b New Zealand at her" own. expense XT. Masse? snWks confidently of tb numb era to bo raised, and con tern plates manning in due course lw ilglit cruisers, which will b maihialhed at the charge of .the No1 Zealand government It is in regar lo these cruisers that.the recent'ne- gotiations with the admiralty hare ;aketr place. The New- Zealand au- thorities have been anxious to secure two nen- light cruisers of the Bristol type, such ca Australia has recently built; but the admiralty hag been un- able, with proper respect for Its er responsibilities, lo part -with two The county of Lanark has sotd eootl tn.uls debentures to a Toror.lo house at 97. peace, but are to paes instantly nder the control of the admiralty ia mo of: war. Should StFmulate Self-Help. It. is, obvious that this atinounce- should stimulate the desire of her people lo give their own brain and as lhe ,he clna rr.c-sl hopeful meaui of naval co-opera- huve maintained, and even yl thoug rt bc traE6d tn gretted that the admiralty has nut j been able to carry out the Agreement sinew to the task of mainLiinlng the of iSQ9 the senBe'of sending two supremacy of the Kmptre on tho seas-of its most modern light cruisers to ficiently for ships suf- any they may be t-alled upon, to face. In pursuance of thu same principle, the newt-si light cruiscTs can clearly be intact. Mr. llassey's speech, when it; the Southern Pacific; but a fitudy of sirred to the Southern Pacific, where reached this wider aspect of iiia syb- the circumstances should make the (here are no ships of tLelr own type. ject, had a stirring and confident J and Xew Zealand's past record earnest of the spirit in which she will; ehlps of their owu quality to f reason plain, for ships are now Is essarily stationed where thej have address herself to this new work, U'c have long maintained that the crea- tion of local CotiMas, while it cannot Pressure of Competition. Since the defense conference of 9W the pressure of naval compe- tltion in European waters has made If they arc needed to meet such ships in other parts of the world, it is for reasons of ibis kind that naval agree- ments cannot ue satisfactorily adopt-! cd ns [glides to policy for an Indefr ultfi number of years, and it Is much to he hoped that the principles fiov-' trning the acllon of the admiralty will be set out and appreciated in toe course oT the coming debates on, Mr. Massey's speech. Here's Something You Likell auch shiija. The New Zealand gov- ern'mfint has therefore accepted two older'.LTiilscrs, tho "Pfiycho" nnd the which faavo teen on the Australia atatfon for some lime: but it Is clear thai 'thig arrangement is not altogether satisfactory to -Mr. government. He and hia colleagues seem to have offered to maintain their present subsidy of JC3GO.ODD and to by hanf, If two Hristola (or New waters under Iho. agreement of 190? could now be sent out. Such arrangement le apparently not yet dcapalreJ of; but, falling U, the gov- ernment will probably order a new cnifser of the "Bristol" type .on Its own account rent year. In vlow o( the new charge for Irafnfn? anil main- j tcnance which this policy will involve, the annual subsidy of IA to be dropped; but tho batlle-cruiac" "Xew which will he In homo waters again after her' visit (0 New Zealand ports, tyili remain wltli the Imperial fleet ss-a! of the wide Imperial patriotism of the" counlry by which she was htillt. Thr other ciulstra mentioned In Iho sciinmo are to be under the control of the New Zealand covernmenl COWAN Well-RVERYBODY likes MAPLE BUDS. .Their rich, creamy-flavor wins hosts of new friends. friends of- Maple Buds, stick. And this is confection yoii ever tasted was at once so richly flavored and so easy lo None so delicious to (he palate and at the same time so wholesome.. i Is il any WONDER? Sec what we pul into them: Pure chocolate, pure milk, pure sugar. SiOLD EVE'RYWHERE DELICIOUS, SOLID CHOCOLATE, 1331 ;