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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBRIOGt DAILY HERALD. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1903. siioe AH IMPRESSION OF HERALD CONTEST! Uur Overcoats 1m- s Majesty Seen At Close Range by a Keen Observer Li.VETO WITTS SLIPPERS FELT SHOES DRESS, SHOES RUBBERS OVESRHOES OVER GAITERS WORKING SHOES f Royal Slioe Co Otto Knockerheimer Gives His pressions From der Suburbs, Dec. 10. Dear Mr. see by your bapcr dot you haf a big time on mit dot contest, and by you arid der vin- ner i .hope der von mit der highest nuir.lier ov votes will vin. I haf al- ready subscribe for six years in ad- vance, as 1 love to read der big ads all about der diamond-plated piano, der trip to California and der lots in i Parkland place. Ve should all rejoice mit ourself and von anudder dot ve live in a cal- 1 I mean a a noosbaper vot can offer such in- Every fellow vot has a freiit on der contest should support her mil both hands, and if he expects to iil vears anci dinks a six- '_LL_. year subscription too Ion" for his health, vy der Herald, I dinks, vould him go through any public ceremony tie to make dot subscription perfunctorily. Is he laying a founda- transfer to his wife for der last two tion-sUuK-'.' He must have declared year or extend Uvo year on der sub- hundreds of stones "well and truly scriptioii ov any bona-fide frent. laid" in his lifetime, yet he seems to ye shoulti be please to subscribe for realize the local importance of every FOR STERLING VALUE Crabb St. Op. Bank Mr-ntra! i t i The Auto-Ulster Automobiling has had its influence on the dress fashions of the men as well as for women. We show a special line of High-collar Top Coati that are isisentklly fitted for Canadian climatic conditions. Not expensive Semi-ready Clotkes If we did not earnestly believe and know that our Semi-ready Clothei are different and better than any other tailoring we would not say 10. A house that guarantees its product as we do must have an intense faith in the goods every know system is studied and practised to live up to our ideals and yours. Plain price to that price the lowest that can be made on the high-class of garments we sell. and Ortfcattl low is and it eood is 530 ind S35. to order is ia boor. I London, Dec. o! the most I potent forces iu the world is that of; family relationship. Queen Victoria i was grandmother and great-grand.- mother to most of the members of j European Koyal Families. King Ed-: j ward is related just as closely to all j the Courts as was his revered moth- ier. In his case, too, there has been i a warm affection has sirength- j eiied "the crimson thread of 'and linked Great Britain the rulers of other lands. The King has made il a duty to keep old friend-; 'ships in good repair, with the result that he is welcomed wherever he 'goes on tiie Continent by cousins. n-epiii'ws, and nieces in high positions 'of influence. He could pass an exam-' :ination iu the "Almanach de j i with its confusing intricacies of Roy-; al relationships, and he retains a clear memory of names and titles which would puzzle the closest stu- j i dent of Royal Families. Birthdays i and other anniversaries are remern- i bercd bv the and the voungest ir, .f. 'his haaa as it he were just the vot der diamonds, vot shall. i Royalties adore him as the generous L i man in the world he wished to meet, j sav about dem? I dinks dey vill bestower or charming toys. IT j A -u- TJ i i Is an address being read to him? He; nol be SO sorry Ov der loss ven dey Story of Prince Edward has had of these dull and! see dot diamond mit its brilliant lus- I heard an amusing story of the j uselcss documents presented to him, I ter adorning her dainty band, andJ King's eldest grandson. Prince Ed- j you wouid nerer guess it as you j yin velj paid for iosing dot piano der trip to California, und d-er Park- event oi this kind. He goes his baper vot gives you something for about nothing, even if it does 'cost you some work with an energy which de-! thing, our bosom vill heave mit lights the crowd, which is watching commotion under our vest ven ve everything with a. scrutiny which know ve helped mit our six-year sub- would soon detect anv sign of dis-; scription to give dot pleasure to der interest. Is a Lord Mayor being in- j vinner ov der Herald combination, or troduced to him? The King grasps i competition, I should say. Und der Ask to tKc -HARVARD" "CORNELL" aad are as fine garments as any man would be proud to wear. The styles are distinctive anc distinguished the patterns arery clev- er man. isn't be said Prince Ed- ward. "Yes, President Roosevelt is a great and good man. In some re- spects I look upon him. as a genius. Some day I will give you a book all about him, and what he has done for his country. I v.-ant you to read it and take a lesson fronv his life." A few days later the King found President Roosevelt's portrait had been moved to the section of "Men the procession in order that he may pass the suftr-e.'s window and ack- nowledge a sit.v" loyal greet- ing. Or asheprssf: through crowds of celebrities, his tje lights on some old forgotten veteran and greets him with a cordial word. How many si- milar acts of thoughtful consideration for others King Edward has perform- ed. A SUPPORTER OF PHILAN- THROPY The King has a keen sympathy for about a voman." Yours mit der best ov love, Otto Knockerheimer. You EL and the kehiad etmater will do the rest and will be and Women of the Time." The Prince, j the poor and suffering. He has scru- on being questioned, said solemnly, j tinizea" the various philanthropies When the Allen Stock company leave Lethbridge after the conclusion of tneir two-weeks' engagement at the Lyceum which Is tomorrow night R, ft t W. R. WEBSTER CO. SHerbrooke, Que. The only citrar factory in tlie Dominion mn on principles. if' SOUTHARD, SOLE AGENT POWER GIVEN TO I of President Zelaya, of Nicaragua and APPREHEND ZELAYA I for Ms punishment on the charge of murder If the facts in the possession Washington, Dec. resolution authorizing the president to take the necessary steps for the apprehension action was introduced in the senate today by Senator Rayno. TRomas AEclison Victor Herben "Yes, I moved it. You told me which Great Britain is famous, other day that you thought Mr. an'd has never allowed his name to be] Roosevelt was a genius, so I took j to but those worthy of pub- j him away from thc Kings and support. ter they will principally be remembered was talking not long ago to a any of the pr whoe company appeared to bet- advantage in this play than in has -iven his life to similar French author s perors anci put him among the fam- ous Dcoole ous peopie seldom plaved for the very good The mention of Prince Edward of work to Just mentioned. He that it requires the versatile Wales recalls a storv told of one of me how onc thc KinS sent for rare ability of an actress like v r ;him to discuss his work with him. 'Miss Felton to interpret and his younger brothers. At lunch the Buckingham Palace" Presentable Dumas' great char- little Prince interrupted the conser- 1 L wcnt to yuckinSham Falace, he, I went to -There was a style and finish sation by speaking to the King, i said- m considerable trepidation. Ijto Miss Felton's acting that bore that "Wait till vou have finished 'was summoned to a small room injCharm of originality which never tails snid the K-inp- Thr. Pr-inr-p which the KinK sat alone at a desk- to caPtivate an intelligent auaience. said the King. The Prince subsided Miss Felton was seen at her best reluctantly. said the e most cortlial ln his Denounced and and began at once to question me as shamed by her iover. In agony and "I'm afraid it's too said the to the actual work our society-: dejection she plays the part of the tell showed he had followed suffering and wounded "CarniHe" "you can say what you wanted to." "I'm afraid it's too sa youngster. "I only wanted to leu verv thoroughly for all the talent at her command you there was a little slug in your Development very thoroughly, tor, esslon was salad-and now you've eaten it." ;there was no one to prompt him or the acme of perfection. It is just remind him of anything. At the here that Mr. Irving Kennedy made close of our conversation, which was his greatest hit since the Allen com- as animated as though I had been opened up. As Ormacd Cuval, between Russia and Great Britain are Speaking to an intimate friend, the Camille's lover be had his opporwn- due in a large measure to the King's jKinj, SPnt for you because T Qut at personal inendship with the Russian. thp Tnirhti holn vour climax of as" fine a piece of Royal family. When the Czar lay dy a ]ittle T wish you god-speed acting as one could wlsa to see. ing at Livadia, the Prince of Wales, in all ycm arc do_n Popular in Russia The happier relations which exist i Edison Are sold at one price ail over "Panada. pay the freight. Why seivd and p extra f We have a big of nes and records NOW I The Lettibridp Sporting Gils J I k. i: That's the combination that will bring joy into your home if there are any little ones there (and even if there are because Mr. Edison has made the Phonograph that will play the Amberol Records, and Viftor Herbert has made music for it which you simply can't resist, and besides Victor Herbert chere are hundreds of other good music makers, grave and gay, all waking to introduce the real Christmas feeling into your home. Whatever you have for Christmas, be sure that somebody gives somebody an Edison Phonograph. Then there will be at least one present which will be wildly and rapturously welcomed. Edison Phonographs can be had. from to Standard Records .40 Edison Atr.bero! Records (play twice as IOTJS) .63 Edison Grand Opera. Records S5c. There are Edison dealers everywhere. Go to the nearest and hear the Edison Phonograph play both Edison Standard and Ambcrol Records and get complete catalogs troia your dealer or from us. NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH COMPANY 100 Avc.. N. J., U.S.A. as he then was, hurried to the shad- I owed home, and was a real support to the young Czar in the sad hours of i his succession to the Throne. Then, when the Czar married the King's niece there was a further bond of sympathy which has been strength- j ened in the passing years. The King j won the hearts of the Czar's young daughters by his pleasant ways, and when the little heir to the Russian i throne came to Cowes recently, with the Czar and Czarina, it was to I on going continually. I remember hearing a little story which shows 1 once more how tactful the King is. I When he visited the Czar he asked to be shown the nursery. The. Royal children crowded around them and i gave them some toys which he had brought for them. Speakinr to their nurse, he 'cund that she was an Irish i ed him. The following Christmas there arrived gifts for the Czar's chil dren, and, in addition, a little packet for their nurse. It contained a brooch in the shape of a "for my Irish subject, from King Edward." TRAINING CHARMING- TACTFULNESS The King doubles the value of an honor by the happy way in which he confers it. For instance, when he intimated his decision to knight the btt-e editor of the Nineteenth Century he did it in this way: Mr. wss spending the week-end at Sandringham as the King's guest. On Sunday evening the King said to wlirr, "KnowU-s, I u-attt you to be a knight-, !lo p.'ovpd hir.self a strong and ca-i r.'ible actor with the ability of bring- ing out the best that is in a play. This was a good chance to display his talent ond he surely took the offered him. The entire company deserve much cre-'lu. for successfully rendering of u diiTtcult play. Each player showed James a the parts which carried the true ring of confidence Irs the play throughout. THE STODDART PLAYERS Will that please your Theatre goers liuve seen most, all dramas of note: now corses "I in sure she will bo charmed with on the Box." which will be Mr. seen fcr the first time in this city at the Lyceum theatre. Monday, Dec. 13, hoing the opening play of the Stod-j dart Players. The play is a drama- tisatlon of Harold McGrath's great novel of the same name and is with- your thought of her, said Kpotcles. "Well, then, send word to her town." Sir James Knowles was, later m 'No. ing seen writing a tioiibt the most wholesome com-! the King, "I've of II Possesses a double j charm by rensor. of havjnsr fact which verv much tO thc newsman; and amusing eituations blended with 1 j wife will verv likelv see it in the romantic love storv. The perform-; Phrictmftc !he ance is under the persona; direction i of w- Stewart which is ac assur-t ance of success. Special scenery and: rf.- h; h H vinrtoviUp. n' rhA class 01 tnej right kind make a finished perform- i Rrcat> but was not .ance. Better po over to the Arcade! much secure seats and shake off that before she gets your letter. out a telegram and T will jets the news tonight." n-ew knieht said after-vards. honor wa: icnor that u- t A raelancboly feeling. the wny m which it was conferred by HIS the King." i David Williamson. The King has allowed very few days 1 to pass without seeing his grandchil-l idren. He and the Queen took care; ROOSEVELT HAS DONE of them while the Prince and Princess of Wales were making their tour of j Australia. Prince Edward of Wales J has engaged the King's special atten- 'jt.ion, as the- ultimate Heir lo thn ESTRADA WAS DUMB- j FOUNDED AT DEMANDS: Throne, ami many an instruction and Nairobi. British Enst Africa. Hoospvoit ft im to has collected roughly prepared for ln.rerf as it does a larger62" the flow of thebile becomes and the quality of the fluid is changed. Dow.els consequently become irregular also, and loose by turns the food is Partly digested the bile gets into the there as a poison and demoralizing the A sudden. dizziness is fell en before the eves, Hit tongue is a testc in the mouth, a most oj sickness and lassitude. This is Dr. Morse's get right at the root of the trouble a7dllj They put liver right, so that it supplies a of healthy bile. This ocens the boW dear? the clogged- The the stomach thc symptoms disappear and the whole adJusted mechanism of the body moves On 'the first of Dlhous symptoms take Dr. Mr. J. C. Mf a railwaJ conductor of Westport, them a fair t to ine The Man on the Box" Monday night by the 'Stodd.nrt Players' at the Ly- Ciss'C SlIiC.; For at Get seats- ;