Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1909. PAGE SEVEN W. L. STEWART, With the Stoddart Players, At the Lyceum For Two Weeks, Commencing To-Night Not since the appearance of Schu- mann Heink has Grand Forks heard such, a voice as was heard last even- ing at the recital by Mme. 'Langen- dorff, the first of the course to be giv- en in this city this winter under the auspices of Wesley Conservatory of Music. To say that the audience, which completely filled the Methodist church was enthusiastic is but stat- ing a part of the truth, and how could it be otherwise in the presence of a gift so divine, a personality so strong, and an art so perfect. At the very first bow the. celebrated Mme. Langendorff won the admiration o- her audience and the artist's wonderful rendition of every number of the long and varied program Suffered Terrible Pains From His Kidneys. 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Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. In ordering specify "'DoaaV brought t eai sletentsr shrdlu rdlurf brought the listeners to enthusiastic expressions of approval, the applause being the kind that comes direct from the heart and shows the musician's appreciation of the grandest of mus- ical gifts, the voice. Her beautiful strong flexible voice possesses qualiti- es rarely combined. It is powerful and capable of every shading, while her interpretation and expression is quite all that could be desired. In those renditions where strong dramat- ic power is essential, she carries her audience with her an done lives in the spirit of the song from beginning to end without a thought of ought else but the beautiful song and magnificent singer. In the songs of sweeter and softer notes, she is just as impres- sive and equally delightful and in all, her personality plays a great part. The story of the song is told as Clear- ly' in the expressions of her counte- nance as in the melody of hor voice, each word stands as if cut out and she The story of the song is told as clearly in the expression of her counte- nance as if in the melody of her voice each word stands as if cut out and she i always finds the right expression be i it English or Forks, j N. D., Times, Dec. 8, 1908. THE LIMIT HAS BEEN REACHED Asqaith Says Republic Prin- ciple Must Be Established SUNLIGHT 'SOAP The finest fabric is not too delicate to be safely washed with Sunlight Soap. When other soaps have injured your linens and faded the coloured things, re- member the the Cause Of the Crisis word Sun- light. Life buoy Soap is delightfully re- Under the title of "The Calonne of the British Frederic Har- rison deals in the Posilivist Review with the present political crisis. The Calonne, it need hardly be pointed I out, is Joseph Chamberlain, says i j the London Chronicle. he writes, "the govern- ing class in a panic, giving itself ov- to the passions which have been j the ruin of so many aristocracies. Arid, deserting their natural chiefs, they have taken for their leader a demagogic charlatan of a kind such as never before made a turning point freshing for bath or toilet. For wash- j in English history. We now have the ing underclothing it is unequalled. House oi Lords, and the great intor- Cleanses and purifies. i ests of trie land, finance, and rnanu- [ai.-t.un' as the docile instruments of one who is 'dragging them to an ig- noble suicide, ami our country to a perilous gulf. This is how all aris- tp those conditions. That is the Lib- eral policy. For reasons which we believe to have been adequate the present parliament was disabled in advance from proposing any such so- lution, but in the future the Liberal government, at the head of a Liberal majority, will be. in this matter, en- tirely free." TERRIBLE DEEDS OF A NEGRO Savannah, Ga., Dec. Eliza Grabitt, aged 70 years, was killed, Mrs. Carrie Orlando, was first assault- ed and then killed and a third woman whose name at this hour is not cer- tainly known was so badly beaten that she is at the point of death in a local hospital, all the work this afternoon being that of a negro man New and Different i here is never anything commonplace about Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats. We create select patterns at the show effects that are confined exclu- sively to Fit-Reform. Honest value for your money, is the Fit-Reform motto. i tad tocracies have ended. The House of Lords is become the refuge of the panic-stricken classes, holding title for lands, or breweries, or financial and industrial concerns, who cry for the great plunge to be made. It is a curious amalgamation of interests, bound together by no tie but fear of social reform. In the historic sense there is but a feeble trickling in its veins of any liquid that can be called blue-blood. Manv of the titles are faked or restored, like a picture dealer's "famous mas- ter." Many titles record a low ar- 106 fcKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbrickr. who is now at large. Dogs are be-i ing sent on his trail and excitement jmour- a political job. or sheer brib- is high. The negro used an axe in cry. But altogether like wild and the murders, dealing blows on the domestic Animals in a prairie fire- heads of victims. The scene in j the thin remnant of the old feudal the house of the murders was ter-j, rible. The women were found, two barons-interesting survivals after all dead, one dying, lying about the floor The house is in the heart of Savan- nah. the slaughter in the days of the Civil wars, Whig oligar- chies, aklermanic ancestries, and Am- erican have never ret been driven out the official candidate (without oppo sition. in the coining elections. Be is the absolute dictator of the Tarifl Reform Unionists and he has just far the third-time split up the con- federated Unionists. A few weeks ago Lord Lansdowne and the sensible Conservatives who have long held of- fice were attle to control the majority in the "Lords. A fierce'letter of Mr. Chamberlain, .timed to carry away A most critical meeting, and to dis- count the counsels the titular lead- er of. the party, entirely changed the situation and put Conservatives at loggerheads. We are told that Mr. Balfoiir was not a party to the pre- cise form of this edict, but this would be a piece of sharp practice too shameless to imagine possible. of our adventurers who'l know a "real good thing" on the po- j DIVIDE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE Christiana, Dec. Nobel peace prize awarded today is divided between the French senator Baron Detournelles De Contant, 'president ,v of the French parliamentary groiip !htical turL All of these together arc for international- arbitration, and M. j shouting to the bewildered chiefs of Boernaet, former minister of state i the old governing class to risk a re- of Belgium, and represent- volutionarv throw, and chance what ri or r n a 1 or T-l o (mo come to our ricketv old consti- ative at the last Hague peace confer- ence. The Nobel prize has been awarded annually for nine years. In five occa- sions it has been divided. _. Its value is aboui S4 BORACIC ACID INJURIOUS TO EGGS Peoria, 111., Dec. the smal- lest amount of boracic acid or other ingredient used in preserving eggs is poisonous to the human consumer was the concensus of testimony--given by Dr. W. H. Wiley, chief of the chem- istry bureau of the United States de- partment of agriculture, and ten oth- er government experts on the witness stand in the federal court today. NEW ITALIAN MINISTER Rome, Dec. Sonnea the ex-premier who was delegated to the task of forming i> new cabinet ;n suc- cession to that of th'-> -rtiring premier Givannie Giolietti has been unable to come to terms witj 'Jiputy Msrn'ni ard ex-Minister of Justice Tinnoch- iaro Aprile whose assistance bid been expected and has "atned the ministry as Premier and of the ior, Baron Sydney Sonnea; minister foreign affairs. Count Guiociardini; just OP Signer SciAloj-: Sig- co: Arlotta; Sain t'ji: marine adiJir-J. general. Spingardl agriculture. Lug i public vorl'ir; oignor Rub- ir.io instruction, JJaneo; post and telesrraph- fr.fi ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, in- clusive, good to return within three months. Tickets issued in connection Atlantic Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21 and limited to five months from date of issue. Finest Equipment, Standard First Class and Tourist Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars on all Through Trains. Library Observation Cais on "Imperial Limited" and "At- lantic .Express." Kent, Ohio. Dec. Seneca j Chain company's plant burned i to the ground early today. Three i hundred men and boys are idle. Tho I loss 'will reach 5170.000 and the in- surance is Who's Your 3 Through Express Trains. Daily 3 THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" leaves Winnipeg daily at maiv- ing connections at Toronto for all points East and West thereof, the "Imperial Limited7' leaves "Win- nipeg daily at 18.15, find tjie "Atlantic Express" at 8.00 daily making con- nections at Montreal for all points East thereof Apply to the Nearest C. P. R, Agent for full information Better settle this question right away by calling xtp THE City Bakery PHONE made the cake given as a prize at the Lyceum for the best slide London. Dec. a raonster meeting to-night in Albert hall, Hen- ry Asquith, British premier, laid down the policy on which the Liberal gov- ernment is appealing to the country. He repeated what had been said by other, were re- turned to power the government would demand the limitation of the power of tbe House of [then went a step further and pledged that the Liberal government would grant self-government to Ireland. The meeting was marked by the great enthusiasm of the audience. It was composed entirely of men, wo- men having been denied admission in the fear that there might be coun- iter. demonstrations 'by suffragettes. Every corner of the hall had been searched to-day for women, and a small band was routed out, but they managed to get two male supporters into the meeting who interrupted Mr. Asquith momentarily with cries of "votes for women." They were promptly ejected. Mj. Asquith pointed out that just four years ago Sir Henry Campbell- Bannerman, then prime minister, had outlined in Albert hall the policy of a new Liberal government which in- cluded many reforms. Representa- tives of the people in the House of Commons had labored faithfully to carry into law the measures promised, but their will had been nullified, and as a fitting climax, the supplies which the House of Commons had voted had been stepped upon, by the House of Lords. Therefore, the House of Commons was now on the eve of an- other dissolution, and it had fallen to his lot to take up the burden. The j last time, he said, the government had reckoned without their host, but jit was not good to make that mistake j again. "I tell you in the name and I behalf of the Liberal Mr. As- jquitli proceeded, "we have at this momenr laid upon us a single a task that dominates and transcends, because it embraces and involves ev- iery great and benefcient social and I political change ujon which our i hearts are set. That task is to yindi- crtle and establish upon an unshak- jabie foundation the principle of re- j publican government. Referring to the education and H- censing bills, the premier said that j I'.'O government stood in the main upon the principles of that, bill that the House of Lords rejected. The I franchise law. he added, was srill on- i cumbered with artificial distinctions jand impediments for which there was no justification. Upon the- topic of woman suffrage Mr. Asquith said his views were well i known. Ho had no reason to altf-r I them, despite the suicidal excesses of i a small section of the advocates of such a change. j After referring to the action of I the House of Lords on the matter of 'Welsh religious equality, and the fare i of certain Scottish land bills, Mr. ]Asquith turned his attention' to Ire-] JTand. which he said had been fortun-' j ate for once because the measure j Isent up in her behalf did not cornel violently athwart the prejudices of j the House of Lords. j "Speaking last year before my 'ac-1 cession to the Mr. As- quith continued. "I described the Irish policy as tho one undeniable fu- ture of British statesmanship. I re- peat to-night what I said then, and, I believe, on behalf of my party, I [reiterate that this is a problem to be I solved only in one a policy which, while explicitly safeguarding tlfe supreme authority of the imper- ial parliament. There can be set up in Ireland a system of full self-gov- ernment as regards purely Irish af- fairs. "There is not and cannot be any question of separation. There is not and cannot be a question of rivalry or competing for supremacy subject The Man on the.Box" Monday night by the 'Stoddart Players' at the Ly- ceum. Get your seats. tution. Mr. Harrison recalls the changes that have marked Mr. Chamberlain's political opinions and urges that he "has all this time retained his seat For the constituency which seems -sow to hold the prerogative vote." He is Adds a delicious zest and piquancy to SOUPS, FISH, MEATS, POULTRY, GAME. MADE AND BOTTLED IN ENGLAND-------SOLD BY ALL GROCERS SAUCE COMMENCING MONDAY, DEC. 13 A New Play is produced Every Night s I The Brown Amusement Company presents Miss Leah Stoddart and I V Mr. W. L. Stewart, supported by The Stoddart Players TO-NIGHT S Prices 25c, 50c and 75 To-morrow Night The Screaming Farce "Charley's Aunt" MISS LEAH STGEDART Concert 8.10 Curtain 8.