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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 1908 PAGE THREE 115 An Engagement and Its Breaking Off Sounds Like a Romance M8MED A BURDEN TO BAD ITOHACH TROUBLE FOUR When your food has not beca proporly her and then he would return to hs ojvn was decided Senator Elkins iv ud that THE CASEY BROTHERS Symphony Trio A Musical Trent GULLY The Three Twins Fun in aPhotograph Gallery what a Laugh 1 3000 Feet Latest ll M Motion Pictures I BAND 1 Duke of Abruzzi and Mcs Elk inc Which Occupied the Attention of American Social Circles Docf Chicago Daily News prints th following as tho true love story of the ElkinsAbruzzi romance Tho love story of Katherine Elkins aud the Duke of the upon which the cable from Home writes is one of the most remark able romances of Love tried to overcome barriers of Internationa Customs centuries old rose up to forbid the wedding of s member of one of the reigning fumil lies of Europe and the daughter of t nation that knows no Katherine Elkins is the daughter and granddaughter of United States and so devoid of reverence for royal personages is she that thej uot reived Hie beuolit io Thb exertitna the guatric juicu conlinwJ entirely to removin IM undigested por i his prospective soninlaw tint whole uflfoi1 Kept secret I So far is I he world wns roncurnedj juntil sonic of iiir were rej j There was talk from time to time that thkiutf and the dowager queen hud been won over that the dilTer eiiees of religion could be overcome by Cardinal Gibbons of or the Most Diomede ap ostolic at Washington there were rumors that Miss Klkins would the Buwtuck IJlxxi Bitters regu1 embrace Catholicism there wen de tlie perfect tioiirf Oli wMofc cuinol properly ditteal ua awjedily M ttOWible from the Urtroby OJily giving blcxl small ner SMS of BOUrioliMftnti with which to feed ADVANCED THE THATEN DUO iiftincn THE TOJTHf UL Jules Voine in their great Comedy Sketch The Ship Owners Daughter The Masher Illustrated Old Qoloiuuo Prices I5c and 25c COBIJBUOUS Performance Starlkf J nua8 the thuH perfect health and strength to the writes I suJfcriog frnm Ktouiach trouble of the worst kind for aljout four Kvcrything I seemed a burden to 1 arose in the morning with a sickening UJM feverish taste in tny muuth ami Witf tnmbled swel lings it my wwl which my phy We to the disordered state I triad everything that unl also consulted two or of my present these RUSSIAS POSITION Regard to Situation In the Far East Made Ciear author ized statement of the Russian posi tion tke Balkan correct ing a number of rumors in circula tion has been The Russian government has neither directly nor indirectly encouraged a separate Aus troTurkish agreement relative to an nexation of aud Russia never consented to the final annexation of these provinces which question can be settled by con sent of all the If the pow ers at the conference find it necessary to ratify the annexation of these pro vinces as an accomplished fact Rus sia will insist upon for the interested Balkan With regard to ofby hostilities it is admitted that cer tain interests in Austria Hungary are in favor of forcing a conflict with three but could Hnd no relief until ous of my tod nib of a wonderful by Burdock Blood I bottles and am now perfectly I wish to 10 anyone who may be so unfortuu For i i by all niuls thai she would rUs any such j there were reports that the hitch hinged upon the number of Elj kins millions to he included in the nmrriaere i DENY SCION IS A MONKY SEEKER lion that the duke was money seek ing were speedily It was shown that he uid inherited a fortune i approximating from his I who before her marriage j to Vina Iojso dc Cisteriiii de with her brother to about Thej jbrother was chumltcrlain o the Pope i and he leaving his share to hisi and in the end it was divideill TO FIGHT WOMAN SUFFRAGE Scientists and Writers Organize a Committee in London WHO GOT THE MONEY which was i Congress Asked to Investigate Expen diture of Panama Canal New New York to which Delavan edi tor of the Indianapolis XewK referred in liis reply to Iresideut Roosevelts A meet ing held toi by several i members of tie House of Com attack upon him as the authority for scientists and other prominent lhc articles on the Panama of President hi view deliberate j scientists and otner prominent constituted itself a general com mittee to oppose female fax Roosevelts ton scandalous personal ut oT ground of the suffragettes when parliament was the scene of first time she came into the presence of tha duke she failed to courtesy to It was at a brilliant ball in Wash that first meeting of this prince of the royal house of Savoy and the brownhaired belle of capitol Scrvia and up to thn The ball vas givou by efforts have not been GUSHING FOR Thi Canadian Council of thft Laymens Missionary movement appointed the followingas provincial Si Montr ynd fl and Saskatchewan Alberta and Brit ish The City Hall at had a narrow escaoe from destruction How to Clothe the Children I The question so often the question it solved for yon If yon go to the leading clothier of your or village and ask to see his SANFORD SUITS FOR BOYS You will find whatyou isanta boys suit of the manliest style cisde to endnre pranks of at a price which will please SBTI kVi SANFORD SA W SANFORD MANUFACTURING Limited and society lead ers of ami was in honor of the visiting Other women had made deep courtesies before the royal hut not so Katherine El HOW SHE SNUBBED THE DUKE The Elkinses were late in arriving through somo accident to their auto Tho guests were scattered about the ballroom when thej The duke was receiving the iioifiagO of a group of feminine Miss Katheritio and her host ss passed a few paces There was a moment when the group of wo men in front of him parted and his eyes fell upon Miss with a halfcynical was looking in his direction as if guessing that tho muchheralded were thereabout and wondering what man ner of man he might This is the way Miss Elkins romantic girl frieads describe what For an instant their eyes curiosity fled from her She not the pompous fig ure of a foreign but the eager face of a man whoso glance seemed to speak to Like one the girl started almost perceptibly and turned her head quickly She felt the col or rushing to her j The duke gazed after her for a sec as if by her grace and It was only a second though for he was quickly hemmed in again His highness seemed to suddenly preoccupied and stupid to those nb outhim and everyone acted relieved ut an interruption which came shortly liiuong the three j W late there hud been rumors THE SCENE which seemedto hear out the idea It came in of Charles that the marriage was to take The as President The duke was reported about in si Roosevelts aide and a man whom the sail for Tinwedding date president had appointed a special was ftnt now comes guard ior the Italian was mas thenews which to spell defeat ter of ceremonies and was bent upon for a too ambitious piloting dignitary to his j The duko caught sight of Miss Elkins1 talking with turning to Who is that charming girl j He was told and asked her to be presented A later Katherine Elkins was informed The Duke of the Abruzzi begs to be presented to Miss She had entirely recovered her beli sebSiuti tuicl Kis this vithout a he royal salutatun witli the precise bow tiie siiaigM orwardness she i uve ai orded a i did tuck upon Uelavan editor 01 the Indianapolis the World culls upon the Congress of thy United States to make immediately a full resolutions the belief that the investigation of the en Kion of the franchise to women would ilire Canal The In iimtrurv to the best interests of dianapolis said in the editorial this notable assembly of their ene mies who expressed in one of their the country and Among many well known peers on the committed nre Earl the Earl of D1 ftnd Roths The members of the House of Commons on the committees are less in which Roosevelt assails Smith It has ijeeu churgeu that thii Uiiitcd Slates bought from American i citizens of property that i cost those citizens oniy i There is no doubt that the govern ment paid for the erty but who got the money Pres ident Roosevelts reply to tin most If You Require Printing Is After You r Biz Business Cards Letter Heads Letter Circulars Envelopes Pi ograms Statements Receipt Fbrrns Injacty Printing of any kind Let us show how its done but scientists are strong1 THE HINDUS AND j ly The latter include j Baron Sir Crichton r i proper is for the most of iiiMisli who has been Sir William Sir in Ottawa for a couple of days in jJames Sir William regard to the proposal of removing i and Sir Edwin There are tlie Hindus from British Columbia to several wellknown literary Centra itit today for the including Rudyard Pacific is unites The committee will again thai grnrnrn lighting to slie make Paciiic promotions liave beon announced HIS COMPANlOX DELIGHT 1 KntrbnuL succeeds V Skinner fis assistant traffic manapvr Miss Elkins a York Brown The Duke found ightfut dancing Cameronsplaco Amiable met at a Washington reception and Brown as general the Duke passed as much of his time stnger agent on tiie with Senator Elkins ter that Elkins felt called upon a string of defamatory and abusive But he also makes state ments as truthful information to the j American The Unitwl States did not pay a cent of the to any Anieri can the government paid this direct to the French vernment getting the receipts of the I liqtddntor appointed by the French government appointed to receive th The held an informal so cial meeting in the ball Monday night The United States government has in honor of the visiting not the slightest knowledge as to the Tho program in which tho clergymen j particular individuals among tho took an active proved to be anFrench government distributing the excellent Songs rendered by Miss Chivers and Atlantic j and Reed gave an amusing TWO WORDS TELL THE STORY ELECTRIC TEMPERING Thii nwtfcod tempwinj whkh is OUR EXCLUSIVE SECRET PRESERVES THE CARBON tm steel whereas tempertac by tfce oniy other DESTROYS CARBO MAONETtC Razors NEVER need to HONED erQROUNOte private Do yon ffMHxe what this means Remember the eanMCARBO MAGNETIC RAZOR WITH AN EVERLASTING SOLD BY W8 Lcthkidge finally to interrupt a teteatete tell the youngvwonian it was time for i tier to be Turning to one of the dukes Elkins asked to be escorted to the young The aide was dubiousabout truding upon his highness AiQwelcom To the American mamma her sense of duty as duty as chaper far outweighed her awe of reign ing She merely said Humph Upon hearing this the abashed aide I promptly decided that it was time for him to establish a Miss Elkins was en route home with Elkins in pretty Does not your inother know that I ain not accustomed to being inter rupted when talking to a young la dy the duke asked half seriously the next time thej Maybe she That wouldnt make any difference to ma ma if the iady were her That his growing admiration for Miss Elkins suffered no set back on that score was attested not long nf when he accepted ex pressed delight to a din ner at the Elkins Washington at which the guests were a chosen I DUKES SUIT FLOURISHES So began the suit of Louis of Sa voy for the hand of the daughter of Senator Stephen Elkins and the granddaughter of exSenator Henry And so it flourish ed during the remaining weeks of the Italians visit to There was a succession of parties and din receptions and balls in Wash ington and always the muchfeted j duke was to be found dancing attend1 ancc upon the girl who had won his Then he sailed away on his1 ship for There was consternation in the roy al household of Italy when the re turning duke broke the news that he had fallen head over heels in love with an American IMPOSSIBLE SAYS QUEEN In the eyes of the Queen Margherita a match between her ne the cousin of King Victor Em nnd a young person of a na tion that actually boasted of its free dom from the dominion of monarchs was thing lo IK She sought to dissuade the from such a union on acccnvt of re The government of Italy is dominated by tho Hoirmn Catholic Miss Elkins was Protest i fyv i 1 O i f 4xii To all tho Queens objections Mrf those of King Victor Emmanuel the duke replied by leaving Italy and trai veiling winding up in Thcrr st rangely enough the E kins family was passing the And there the duke told the Amerj Scan girl that he loved that ho had ioVfi her since thai iirst riiOinen the Anderson he asked her to be his j He did not ask her for her answer Tie would talk to tho 1 SCHOOL TRUSTEES ELECTED BY ACCLAMATION Conybeare made speech congratulating the people of the parish on their possession rf a building so admirably suited to thoir Eathurst Hall a humorous speech added nurh to the Refreshments were served at the close of the j polis News qury G mnzaua to got the money was based on the Worlds histovirol summary of the The in quiry was originally the Worlds and the World accepts Roosevelts If Congress can have all the documents of the case as Roosevelt let Congress make a complete investigation of the Panamn Cnal alTair and particularly the fin ancial Get our PRICES on Corrugated Iron Gralvunized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying elsewhere have just placed a iid of the wellknown Metal Shingie and Siding oods in stock Place Your OsirH 1 mm Office and Factory EOUID iti BONUS STREETS Telephone tatt St Ptae 195 jit 11 4 4 FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 Tlie Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Lots North of the Railroad ant M of Westminster FROM Also a few Acre Lots East of A QV Onethird onethird ft balance 12 Interest 5 per per annum nibeni Hi InifrtiM im AUSTIN The Herald for Highclass Job Work ;