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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, .TANUAUY 19, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN NIGEl sms MM mm King Appoints Chief Officers W.'.o Will Help Devclope New State London, Jan. 16.-Tlic Kinf? lias been plea.sed to make) tho following iijipointmentfl, to take effect from tlie amalgamation of the tenitorles of Northnrn and Southern Nigeria on January 1. lOlJ: Sir Frederick John Bealtry Liigard, (.!, C. M. G., C. n., D. 3. O. (now governor of, both Northern and Southeni Nigeria), to be Governor and Com-niandcr-ln-ChloC of tho Colony and Protectorate of Nigeria, with the designation of  Governor-Geiloral of Ni-gi^la. Alexander George Boyle, Esy., C. ^\.0. (Colonial Secretary of Southern Nigeria), and Charles Lindsay Tem-lilo, Es(i., C.ILG. (Chief Secretary to (lovernment," Northern Nigeria), to be I-ientenant-Governor in the Protectorate of Nigeria. IIl.s Majesty has also been pleased to give directions for the appoint-nient of, Sir Edwin Arney Speed iCliief Justice, Northern Nigeria), to lie Chief Justice of Nigeria, on the amalgamation of the teupreme Courts of Northern and Southern Nigeria. The probable amalg --lation of Northern and Southern Nigeria was foreseen when Sir Frederick Lugard, ("..('.M.G., was appointed Governor of lioth Protectorates on March 25, 1912, in succession respectively to Sir R. IlRBkcth BeW, K.C;.M.G., and Sir Walter r':gHrton, K.CjALG. The forma.-lion of the British colonies and protectorates In this part of Africa has taken ninny years, and their collec-lion into this new Governorship-General is the logical conclusion of their In story. A Nigorlan council is provided for which will consist of the Governor-General, tho members of the Execu-live t'ouncll, and other odiclal mem-b'^rs, nud also of a member of the J^nuos Chamber of Commerce, of the Cal.Tbar Chamber of Commerce, if and when constituted, and of. the Chamber of Mines. Four European members will a'lso be nominated for four years by the crown to represent commerce, Kliipping, mining and banking, and Bi-\- native inember.s. Sir Frederick Lugard will share the title of Governor-General 'with his Majesty's representatives in Ireland, India, Canada, Australia and South Africa. ANOTHER TYPHUS SHIP DETAINED BOATS HAILING FROM SOUTHERN EUROPE BRING IN TYPHUS PATIENTS New York, Jan. 19.-Another typhus ship, the third within two weeks, was detained at tiuarantine today by Dr. Jos. J. O'Connell, health olllcer of tlio port. 'I'lie vessel Is tho Kaiser Franz Joseph I. of the Austro-American line, a sister ship to Belvedere, from which a case of typhus fever was removed on Saturday. The Knlser Franz Joseph I. came from Adriatic porta. The patient on the vessel was removed to Swinburne Island, where tlie case was diagnosed this morning as typhus. The source of the typhus now affecting Meditoranneau immigration in tho opinion of Dr. O'Connell is the Greek port of PatiSis. Tho Belvedere took two passengers on at Patras, and the Kailser Franz Joseph I. touched there. The patient on board, is a former Montenegrin soldier. I-Ie boarded the vessel at Trieste. GERMAN NIILIM OFFICERS IN TURKEY SAID TO BE A GUARANTEE OF THE STABILITY OF THE NATION RUSSIA'S HI RECOVtRING NICELY CESAREVITCH IS LIKELY TO DEVELOP INTO STRONG YOUTH Constantinople, Jan. IS.-Mucli interest has been aroused here by the publication in tho Tanin of an article concerning tho German military mission in Turkey, hi this the appointment of General Llraan von Sanders Pasha to command the first army corps is defended on tho ground that by this means alone can Ottoman officers be prevented from interfering in political matters. The presence of a German commander with a numero-ous Btaff of German officers at tho capital is described as a guarantee for the political stabTilty of Turkey. History certainly repeats itself in Constantinople, as elsewhere, and if the Tanin's interpretation of the government's motives In the matter of Liman Pasha's appointment is correct, tho German mission may play tlie part of the Varangian Guard, the famous force of Norsemen, Anglo-Saxons, Danes, and other northerners, whose aloofness from tho feuds of the blues and tho greens, and tho ambitions of rivaV generals, made them the most trusted element of the Byzantine army, under the later Macedonian and Cemnenian dynasties. LAZY POLITICIAN GOES TO JAIL WILL WORK UNDER LAZY HUSBAND ACT -t- WIFE TO GET WAGES COMPLETELY w:re guests at farewil dinner Ottawa, Jan. IB.-Tho Alberta Conservatives terminated their visit to Ottav.'a last night, with a happy banquet teiifJered by tholr leader Edward Mlcheuor, .M.L.A. for Red Deer. Tho function was l.eld in the Chateau I^auricr. Features of the evening �v,-ero addresses by Mr. Michener, R. T!. Ronnelt, K.C., M.P.P.; Senator V.utv.^ Pope, A. F. Ewlng and T. M. Tweedie St. Petersburg, Jan. 10.-An eminent offlcial, in close touch with the imperial family, has made the following interesting statement concerning the health of the Cesarevltoh, whose condition has been made tlie subject of many wild rumors In the yellow press of the continent: "I saw the Heir-Apparent at the beginning of December after an interval of three months. He had changed in manner and appearance to a degree bordering on the miraculous. At the end of August he was still terribly lame in his left leg, w.iich was encased In supports, and could iharely hobble even wlien holding the Emperor's hand. His manner was listless, and bis eyes dull. Four weeks ago I found hlra bright and rosy-cheeked, and walking without any supports, but still slightly dragging his left leg. For my edification he stood on tiie lame limb, and twirled the othef leg in the air. I laid my han't on his shoulders and jokingly remarked that he was putting on'muscle and would soon be nhlo to wrestle. The Prince had in fact filled out remarkably, and altogether looked a little man. In conversation with the Prince's physician I expressed wonderment at such a I change. 'Wait a few weeks, and you will see the left lesr, which is still stiff at the knee, become quite supple,' was the physicians reply. Two dnys later during a French lesson, while the master's back was turned, the Cesnrevitch jumped onto a writing table and performed some antics, resulting in a fall. The sound leg struck the corner of 'the table, bruising the shin lust belo^'as all that could be desired In interpreting the difficult music of the cantata. Then Mr. Higgs 'was given a pair of gloves and to the other guests a ten dollar bill each. Mr. J. Y. Card made the presentation speech and was followed by President Edwin J. Wood and Bishop J. T. Brown, all of whom spoke highly of the work of the company and of the able leadership of its leaders. Financially the venture has far exceeded the expectations ot the most optimistic of the promoters. It was rehearsed to be played twice, but was put on six times. Both houses in Cardston on the first presentation were crowded, and the populace clamored ftr another presentation. At Raymond the fine opei-a house of, the "Sugar City' would not accommodate the crush and it was necessary to .put on a matinee next day at noon. Magrath gave the company a J150 house and the performance was highly spoken of. Altogether, some $330 was taken in on the trip to the t'wo towns and about ?225 of this is to be turned over to the Temple fund. At Cardston the receipts amounted to nearly $500. Lyde Christensen, ot Kdmonton, came down to tho lakes district to spend the winter With his brotherin-iaw, J. Bevan, Jr. Mr. Regall and wife, ot Twin Butte, accompanied iby Jlr. Duppy, formerly bookkeeper for the Hudson's Bay company at Pincher Creek, spent a day last week at V/aterton Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kenly of the i.Mormon Church ranch, \islted Mr. and Jlrs. H. H. Hanson a few days last week. Ideal weather has prevailed at the lakes this winter. On the Inst day* of 1913 rain fe'll all day, and again on January 5th, 6th and 7th it rained nil day and the weather was so mild that the ice went out ot the lower 'lake and portions of the Waterton river. Boating 'would have been quite possible and Ashing the very best. VOLCANOS AND EARTHQUAKES BUSY FURTHER VIOLENT ERUPTIONS OF SAKURA-JIMA CREATE TERROR IN PEOPLE Kagcshima, .Lapan, Jan. 17.-Two further violent eruptions ot the volcano Sakura-Jima accompanied by a severe earthquake, occurred late last night, causing the collapse of man.v buildings. .\umbers ot the linhabit-ants of Kagoshiraa. who had returned, fled again in terror from the city. .Vshes are falling thickly today. The sun looked like a ball of blood over Kagoshima today but it gave no light and the darkness was such that night signals had to be employed on the railroads. The flowing dust was so thick that the few pedestrians on the street making their way to tho outskirts of the city had to cover their mcuths and noses with towels and handkerchiefs to prevent suffocation. The waters of the gulf of Kagoshima seemed to be boiling and the quantity of floating pumice stone was f=i> great that it prevented navigation. WILL ABOLISH THE TANGO Rome, Jan. 18.--A majority ot the women of the Roman aristocracy have decided to conform to the instructions issued 'by Cardinal Basllio Pompili, Vicar-General of Rome, and banish the tango from their salons and otherwise discourage the dance. Simple Remedy is Favorite Here The simple mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.,, known as Adler-1-lia, the remedy which became famous t)y curing appendicitis. Is n. great favorite with Lethhridge people. Adler-l-ka acts on BOTH tho lower and upper bowel and dralnti oft such surprising amount of foul matter from the bcdy that A SINGLE DOSE relieves sour stomach almost I MM ISDIATELY. .7. D. Hlg-Inbotham & Co., druggists. OF STATE GOVERNO'^ Richmond, Va,, Jan. 19.-A eugenic marriage law, a state working colony lor drunkards and drug fiends, a Bible school, a circulating library and an academic night school in the state penitentiary and additional authority for the governor to use the militia to enforce the laws were among the recommendations of Governor Mann in his messaiie to the legislature.. UNCLE JOE CANNON-Famotis ex-speaker of the United States House of Representatives, who is very ill with la grippe. THE~WORLD'S WORK DEPENDS ON THE WORLD'S DIBESTION Pnm the captain of industiy to the hod carrier-from tnilady in the auto to the woman with the scrubbing brush- the accomplishineuts of every one of us depend absolutely on the accomplish-ments of our stomachs. Backed by a good digestion, a man can give the best that is in him. When his stomach foils, he becomes a weakling. To this loss of power no oac need submit. Right habits of ting, drinking, sleeping and exercise, aided by No-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, will restore and maintain the full effideucy of the human mind and body. Ns-Dra-Co Dyspepsia Tablets contain the active principles needed for the digestion of every kind of food. They go to the assistance of the weakened stooaach, and enable the sufferer, right from the start, (o,as8Jmilate and get the benefit of the food eaten. With this Msistance, the digestive organs regsin theirtone, andsoon theuseof thttablcU is no longer necessary. If yourstomach is not workiac nro-perly, try Na-Dru-Co Dysoeptia Toolets: 50c. at your druggist's. NatiouVDnt;; and Chemical Co. of ConiMla, Umited, Montreal. 14j 45 03 ;