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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIUKS1UV, FEBRUARY 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN for Six Yeara Eloquent Jew Ruled Over the Eternal Char- acteristics Hontit, Autocratic and Utilitarian, His Regime Was Notable i (By 0. llisiioln Rome, retirement of Rlgnor Krucilo Xathan from tlie may- oralty Ql Home, of whli-li ho lias been oDlcially the Ilrst citizen since Nov- ember. 1907, Is an event of far u'.ore than municipal, or even Italian, Inter- est. Whenever foreign visitors arrive hi Home tuey desire luforuntEou about tbrec Pupe, the King, and SiEiior Nathan; auil they usually express tlielr surprise that a I.oudcm k'w, however alle, lias succeeded in brooming chief magistrate of the city contains witlmi its walls the king of a country to Intensely ualion- ilist as Italy, anil the head of tho lloman Catliolic rtlleloii. Tho Italians therascKes call Die mayor "II fctio- nieno _ i mtft'C 1'iau sis >vats Uiel Anlo-Clerical Party obtained, for the first time since 1C70. a majority on tlie .town council (64 seaLs mil of a total of SO) It was placed In. iliis difficult [itblllou; tbat owins to ils long ab- sence from poiv-cr it contained hardly any men of cxiiorlen.ee In iinmlclpil administration. Its first Idea was lo nft'er the mayoralty to Uon Sclplone liorglieEe, a great Jtcmau member Albano and just freak irons liis irl- uniph as winner of the Pekin-to-Paris motor race. As Courmayeur, on tile of ills victory. 1'rjnce Horg- ciri'ained in an allegory the rca- son of tils "Have you ever Noticed." lie said, "tliat the first man v.ho slatted nil hotel usually becomes bankrupt? His successor itccs a tltlle belter, b-it lie, too, ulti- mately foils; it is reserved for tile third hole! keojier to make his fortune. I have no intention ot being the first man." Accordingly Don Scinlonb liorgliCEe refused the civic chair, ana. ronwieudator Vanni. tiic -boss" ot Urn "lilocco." or Anti-Clerical Coal- ition of Monarchical Democrats. Re- publicans and Socialists, ivlili-li bail won tho election on tlie cry of "cbean food and cheat) tiad reasons tit his own for remaining bculral the thront-, tlie fiost u'ns plfureU to Sier.or Mrnesto Nathan Reasons For Offer. Tlierc various' valid arguments, from Uie-Anti-Clerical favor of this apparently strange seler lion. Slgnor Nathan represented more llinn anyone else tlie tni'Jitlous of although lie liad IiimBcl to le a Jlen'jlilican and hat lectured on iiis great master- holorc the klr.g. As a Jew and an ex-ilastcr of Kreemaboiis (In Italy an antl-Cleri- ral and political iiBECcialion) ho ivas licculturly odious to th; Vatican, which Hie 'blocco." in tlie first Hush uf Its (OUR deferred victory, ivas anxious to right. Ho was knoivn to be n man ot business and of scrupulous honesty, anil he was flnanclnily independent, although as Signor Giolllti subsequent- ly discovered ho did nol pay sufficient In direct taxes lo entitle lilin (o Treated a sreal aim of ills ambition, to which he has never attained. Hist -Signor Nallian had also serious defects. He was not a tloninn ar.il Ills predecessor liad been not only a Ko- but a great llcman 1'rospcro Colonnn. lie was n London IT by birth, and II Ills Kngllsli was no VreciEcly that of -lolm ISriclit, his Italian lefl much to Ijo desired. Aborp he had a complete contempt fo art anil archaeology, and he looked a all questions from a purely utilitarian point of view. Now, in Home art and arcliacolcgy cannot well be Ignored, null consequently, when liic mayor Fpokc of eminent sculptors, who had darcil lo criticize Ills as "the, usual 01- remarked, "apro- pos" of his proposal to join tl.'j three Palaces, tnal "Michael An- altered other people's buildings, why should 1 not Ciller lie pro- voked the- retionivnt of the Intellectual flasscs. His tenure of .ofilco has liCi'ii. there- Core, nn nlniosl continuous scries ol incidents between Himself and Iho art- ists and aichoeotoglslF, and of lalo times his motto hns been: "I will nol embalm Home." All this implies no slur bis or bnsine-is ca paclly; he liad runny of Hie realities for a good mayor of Ilir mlngbnm or .Milan, hut Home requires tnmclhlng moic. Fatal Oift of Eloquence. Sfcnor NathanJiod one nther dcfcc vhlch got him into frotjucnl trcuble fatal gift ot elcriuence. Ilegln ning his mayoralty >vitli tlie famous telegram to the King of wliicli capital of Chris- telegram still remembered in Home as A geographical master- told ft cocgrc'ss of crclmeol- that hut i modcru a mixed Trench audience on tlie folly of ticau- tifylng the national heroine Joan of Arc, tolil a French minister that lie ivpg "an instead of des- j'ls'' the exinacnciea of his position, imr jraally Injured Kxhibltlon ot Itill delivering n vclioriK'nt attack the ICcunjeuical L'o'incll of IS70 MID-WINTER SALE Lowering The Cost of Dressing For Eight Days only we will introduce our new Department of LADIES' WHlTEWEAR, also clearing a few ODD LINES. A glance at the prices will convince you of the savings SERGE DRESSES Regular Copcnltiigi'ii, Navy, linnvtt, (iray. In all instances Hie Ink1 .si exposition of all current motlcs. On sale for, each..... SERGE AND SILK DRESSES KKGULAU TO Severn! fancy new models which we can hardly do justice in a description. They should seen to be appreciated. They are cijual in ap- pearance and quality lo any dresses in i-elhliridge Ifli February Hosiery Sale 300 I'AIRS LADIES' FINE SOFT COMIiEI) EGYPTIAN COTTON HOSE 150 I'AIRS LADIES' BLACK, TAN, OKY, PINK AND MAUVE SILK HOSE 50c. In lihit-U, tun mill while; sranibss in kg ;im! All sizes, rcytilur 7oc lo per pair, fool, mil exlivi splicrd, I'chnmry Sulc........ February Sale ODD LINES 01' HOYS' NIGHT SHIRTS AND UNDEK- 200 PAIRS LADIES' COTTON, USLE AND CASHMERE small uunntily hul good quality Flannel Night HOSE in worlli Slli''ls alu! AU Wmi1 tndenvc.-u- lo fit hoys, ages 10 lo 11 WOMEN'S AND MISSES' COATS REGULAR S12.30, S13, S1G.30 'I'he enthusiasm from our "slorm in prices" has caugttf our Coal Ueparlment. Kvery woman who conies here will find that our prices have liccn made amazingly low for lite occasion. This spec- ial offering comes in a full range, of fabrics and colors and e. Fehruarv sale 25c. years. Heguhtr 75c lo Fchruan1 45c. 85 PAIRS LADIES' AND GENTS' FAMOUS WALKOVER 1 Vici, tan or black, lace or billion, all sizes in the lot. A clearance of our otlds and _ ends, rcg. prices lo February Sale THE WHlTEWEAR SALE Men's Furnishings Ladies' Corset Covers, well piiaped- and- strongiy inaJo of goorl cotton with yoke of Maltese Mce; has all the aprear- niicb and style of a 50c garruent; Quantity "a few days. Sale 25c Ladles' Drawers, !n either open or closed styles, trimmed with solid or eyelet' cm- broidery, extra good value at. ilOc. Nainsook Night slipover style, ivltli pane] yoke, short sleeves trimmed with 3acc, good'roomy sizes. Sale 85c .Ladles' Slipover Night Gov.-ns sbortl sJeeves and yolie, -neatly triinraeil with tor- clion lace or 'embroidery. Tbese Gowns are jiiaiJe from extra strong cotton, and will give perfect satisfaction, Estimated value H.75 to White Corset Cover and Drawer splendidly made garments wtih neat trimmings "ot torchon lace ant? ribbon; sizes 34-fo 44. Worth -51.50. Sale 95c Princess Slips, splendidly made and vvell- shaped garments, made nainsook with triramtngG of strong lace and cmbroMery. Regular 51.75. Fclnuary Hale Princess Slips, luade-frora fine sheer cot- ton and cut on the .Hr.es which insures it perfect fit; yoke trimmed with strong lace and the sWrl has Couhcc ol eyelet embroid- ery; stzes 31 to H. Regular price JZ.50. Fcbniary Sale Downs, in slipover style only, made from good quality coUon, with yoke trim- med with line linen torcnon lace or panel embroidery; sizes 55, 58 anil CO. Resular price J2.6Q. SCOTCH WOOL UNDERWEAR double-breasted, worth Sale Trice 85C MEN'S FLEECE UN- DERWEAR, all sizes, 31 to 14. ivortll 65c. Sale Trice MEN'S WORKING SHIRTS col- lars attached, worth JI.25: all sizes and colors. Sale Trice......85c MEN'S FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS, large ami roomy and February Sale Price 250 CRISP NEW VOILE AND LINGERIE or low neck, long or short sleeves, nmj JHCC fronls. Estimated vnlues and Sale Price............................. SILK, VQ1LE, COTTON AND LINGERIE WAISTS 60 LADIES' BLACK SATEEN AND PERCALES WAISTS 75c. values ;al long sleeves mid high neck. Sale Price..................... 25 S1I-.K tan and blue, nicely Irim- mcd, low collars and short sleeves. Regu- lar ?3.7o. Sale Price.................. Southard Block THE ROYAL STORE Si2 Third Avenue S. MEN'S BLACK AND COLOR- ED CASHMERE HALF HOSE; a'orth 35c ar.d -JOc. Price ....-25c MEN'S WINTER CAPB, plain and Fancy with turndown band of fur, worth Sale Price MEN'S SUSPENDERS, fine elas- tic web and extra heavy Poltce Braces, worth 35c to 50c. Sale Price .25c MEN'S LINEN HANDKER- CHIEFS, regular price Ifc. Sale Price, 3 for a cpcccli which led to an acromonlous controversy between the two mayors ot Home? anil Montreal. Thess oraloricrii fireworks have won for Signor IVallmn n weekly vig- nette ar.d a weekly "letter to an (Em- aginary friend at Spllembergo" in tlio lloman InlmUnlile '.'Tr.v Hie Anglo-Hebraic mayor was always represented 33 ac- companied In an interview by nn'in- terpreter bearing nn Kngttah-ttnltan phrase book. Indeed, no one will niourn his resignation "more t'.ian dig readers of Umt nitty ji evict! lea surest key to real Italian pnbiic Ion, a journal abaotutely which no government can Infl-j-nco aiul no censorship cooice. No Hairs on His Tongue. Signor Nathan in one jf-n.se resem- bled Frederick tlio Great, who 1-iide the bill stickers of Ilarlin iiaiva libeia uiioo him lower, so that ail intglit read them. Similarly, the ray- or went to the theatre and congratu- lated Iho actor who took him off in the famous comedy "Ixi 'Turlufiln- Hn posseflEed, too, the great of forgiveness; and a certain SEND TO CANADA FDR THEM Nothing In The United States Like Gin For The Kidneys. "One touch of misery makes Ihe One Lo.t of CJIX 1'ILLS uindc A TQyfA frienrl of Canada of a lady living in the t'nilcd Stalts. She suffered will; KMueyand Til-tddrr Troubles for years. Found it impossible to get rclitf from any medicine slic could Iniy at her liomc. Then she of r.TN nrJ.Snna (he way to Toronto for tlicni. 'lirrlastletter. IlcerlainlyN convincing evidence of Ihc i-owers of GIN 1o helplhc anJ mate sufferers from Kidney uul Header TrouV.ts feel belief, GssVcli St., R. t. 1 enclose office order for for sit of GIN' I'iMse foiwsul to me (U Eooii as possible t have only ten pilli hantf AIU] as I am tiving such greal from them, o not want lo stop (aVing them. I IMVC gained seven I beuatK ing GIN I'HXS', Mrs. V.G.GKAXT. .S arc fold all at .Soc, a box. 6, for ifi frco if you wrilt Xrilional eiid Chcut, Co. of Canndi'Liuii'.ol, Turonlo! vrlter after a considerable centre- -R-Hh Signor Nathan hart been afried on regarding. Hie subject of certain archaeological demolitions, was treated by blm with more thnn warkcil courtesy.. Tn Iho heat of the ooincnt. hts Rtiverstiriea ound llial ho liad, 03 tho Italians "no hafra on his (onguu." As ;Ime u-pnt on, tlio ox-Uomocrat, after Ihe fashions of Kabagas all tho world over, hecame more and ir.ore auto- cratic and flat contradiction of his opponents took the place of nrgit- mcnt Jn Ms for the union of the Ihrop Copitolltiu Palacec, he not only rainpleJ njon the unanimous dects- Ion of the Supremo Council of the and Fine Arts, composed of fifteen most eminent artists scholars in llaly, but ex- periment when Signor Ololitli, is !n power, rolitlcally, intleeii, tbe Mazzlnlan mayor gravitated towftrdg consort a- tlsm. Ho accepted a nigh decoration from the king, and An invitation to dine "with another of all tho Riccongt, ;g" lost netntbllcan and Socialist He divided, the more from the leas nri.itorrHticr guests in inftst unrtcinnorntfc fashion nt the recep- tlon.i of the Jubilee year; and be ivas on fairly friendly terms M'lth "the who frfqiirul soclni gathor- In England ho woiilil have hecii made a pr-i-r by the Kadicnl party; In Italy lio hccanifi a tv.-i] Signor Molilli of an yaa BO as not to offend the Con- ucrvalivc senalo. In matter, it must be confessed that the mayor of Home baa been rather barlly treated. Popularity Dwindled. Of late Uines Signor Nathan's great popularity wtrh thb inasaes has much diminished. Since 1007, despite elec- tion promises, both food and houses have risen; one of his first acts wits ft fullte attempt lo 7Cgulate prices by reviving or "ecalo ot of Leo XU. The streets have been constantly rales havo risen, and the ir.any-colored "blotco" las been gradually breaking into its parts. Kotne has munici- pal rams, thanks to Signor Xathan, tut liis mayoralty has also been dls- 'ngiilshed for the mutilation ot tbe Aurrflan vails. N'o one can, how- ever, der.y his tlreTess energy 'and he1 Is nbw cloBe upon his IncomifibiUty, his admlnlatra- Hon. The Neal Treatment la tlio one treatment thai can be de- pended upon to banish tlio appetite for drink. It curea the habitua drinker or the periodical drinker re ganlless of what hold the habit has Tho N'cal Treatment Is a safe, sun vegetable remr-dy which removes 'craving or desire for drink and elim- inates tho from the system. It is artmlnlatcred by regular physiolnns, Patrons are treated liko guests, cti- joying the comforts of home, hotel :r alid1 raorfl of tho prlvat-y be- meals aro served In ttielr own rooina. Cail, plinne or wrlic for full infer- mo Hon. XKAL THEATMKXT 820 13th Avc., W. Calgary Phone W. 4525 Big Auction Sale of Household Furniture AT 403 r.lll STREBT SOUTH. OR -MAIN STIIKBT Pioneer Furnlliire Store, Opposite Sherman Thcnlre, on Saturday, February 14th Aflernoon and livening, commenclug at 2.30 sharp, or Ihe following: Dressers, Stands, All sl7.es ot Iron Ucds, Springs, Mattress eg, All hinds ot Chairj, All V.tmls ot Ho'cVcn, Kxtension KKchen Tallies, bedroom Tables, Tables, Pillows, lilanhols, 10 CoaU, non. nishef. Cbftklnj; L'tens! iiientlcti. TERMS CASH. 10 todies' Ladies' Hats and Tnqacj. 30 Largo SO Small Kugs, 011 Stove Two (iasollno Heating Stores Go-Carls, folding Condi Upholstered-Chairs Sl.ow Case Kitchen Cupboard, ind otticr articles too numerous to GUS NtlDIG, AUCTIONEER ;