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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBlRIliGE llAlLY HERALD \Vcd!ics(Thy, March 1, 1911. A MAN OF MYSTERY SIFTON MADE A STRONG SPEECH and he agreed with the opposition in ftctiier the treaty would bind tlieir. saying that the governmeiU had nn ti, thr slates lo llie suuth of iheni. mandate frun? the people fo make He coi'.ld sec no other relation witli these proposals. He described the ac- the tnited Slates, if the agreement lion of the niinisiers as contrary to were adopled, than that of annexa-the Liberal doctrine of constitution- ation, lie did not believe that it al government and a most dangerous would be possible lo change it if; innovation. adopted, without a' rupture with the People Approved I'lutection 1 nited .Slates 'I'he only possible ef-Tlie tariff of 1837, he said, has us ' feet is domination of the sn?aUcr by IIS must outstanding features, the the larger. British preference, a readjustment nf | hi conclusion, Mr. .Sifton said : "t the duties which largely reduced the oppose this resolution because it re-tax on articles commonly used by the verses the policy under w hich the peo-1 His Letters Were Opened Once in a year Welwyn (Herts.), Eng., Keb. 27.- Bveu Robert Louis Stevenson never, pictured a more' amazing character than the wealthy old gentleman with a double personality, Mr. O�orge Edward Dering, F. R. fi., who died recently at his magnincent mansion. "Lockley," in thla villaKe. At the time of hla death be waa in his 80th year, a veneratie tlgar; with a long white beard, and to all tht countrj'�lde he waa Jinown as a lonely bachelor of very eccantrlc ways. 8lnc� May. 1907, he had lived regularly �vould gradually accumulate, until by the tlm� the old gentleman came again ataeks of letters would be a-Watting him. Naturally tho flue old mansion deteriorated by his constant neglect ot It. The small sta.ff employed could not keep such a vast estate In good re pair, and it Is by no means certain that Mr, Oering would have appredat' ed their efforts, even It tl had been possible. When, in 1907, he took up his residence again at Lockley, he certainly did not encourage the activities of his servants. He lived almost entirely i" one room-his bedroom-and he would never allow it to 'be cleaned. Dust settled on everything, but he seemed only to rex-sl m it. By bis orders at least one room in the house had not been Interfered with for very many years. That was the apartment in which his mother died. It was his desire that It should be left In esactly the same state as when she passed away, and consequently the door was kept locked. Not the least remarkable of Mr Derlng's whims was his fancy for late dinners. His favorite lime was at ? o'clock in the morning, when, ot course, tho household staff wanted to be in bed. But even though he had t.ii; dinner in the early mornin.i;, ne always insisted on having his bi'eal;i":-ist punctually a I 7 o'clock. With such ii short rest one can luiie 'understand that he did not lilie to MAJESTIC THEATRE PHONg e4t. W. B. SHERMAN. Mflnanef. GEO. B. HOWARD anil COMPANY 3 nights commencing Thursday, March 2 Thursday, " The Easterner " Friday, " The Witching Hour " Saturday matinee and night, Hello Bill" Special Costumes-Scsnery-and Electrical Effects-are carried by this Company. PRICES: EVENING-75c, 60c. GALLERY 25c SATURDAY MATINEE-ADULTS 25c; CHILDREN 10c Warm � Cosy A CHILD acting a CHILD'S STRATAGEM A Big Biograph Feature CANNOT WEAR HA,?EIVI SKIRTS IN R. C. CHURCHES have it broken. Consenuentlv he Whether sue t.new uis secrev aj,,^^j^ .^^ - matter merely for speculation, but it ^^^^ ^ ^ is possible that she did. Certainly hii; ^^^^ ^^^^ ^ married daughter, who. it is stated elaborate plan to avoid, ^ noise, however, was to divert the main ^ !ley," with her husband and their c(,,gtructlnK boyoo, had known hei' father only by. CAN'T SUPPORT IT stantial reduction in the duties on ly against natural obstacles, again.st raw materials for tlip manuiaclurcrs geographical i-oudiiions. have made ^.j^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ is an lie would say that the sy.stein of pro- their country one of the most' envi-1 ^^,111 m,^^. ^^(jg his grand tcctioii had been continued and the able in tlic world. These resolu- father's name, people had approved it in the elec- tions in niy judgment spell retrogrcs- lions ol 1900, 190-I and IDOS. .Since sion, commercial subordination, the; oy a new one a little fur- Former Minister States f,,,,i,g community, and, third, a sub pic or tanada,' .iRhting under Pover-1 ['J^^:;"T^^ t^'uBbl^d ^ud thl^ ran close to his home His Position Very Clearly Warrior Ancestry ll is an historic name, tor Mr. De- ther away as a cost of �20,000. It seems a pity that tie did not. j spend some of his wealth on the preservation of Lockley. When I visited the mansion today it was clearly �;ln a state of decay. It is built entire  RoTOG, Feb. 2S.-The Pope ��� cmtemplates instriicting I he Cardinal Vicar of Rome to 0> issue a decree warnin:;- parish priests of that city not to v.h low v/omen wearing haroni skirts to enter the churrUns. Xciuraily tho bish.jps in the  entire world will folK^.v .this Instruction, aiici thus the fasli-  ion will be banned. mcm'Jers and the three north mem bers vf)ting on one side or another of earii propoBtti affectiiis their interest, and, as usual, the affairs o* tho municipality has ben largely i" the conirol of the reeve, who held tho balanre of p:;wr>r. La.si year it wa.'. ^�derided to" move (he council nhnni ' ber from Lov/rr F'orl Gurry, where it  has been since prc-provlneiiil days i'  ' CUindelioys, and a new coinicll charii-.^iber haa been erected at Ihiii plac-e. marrlare may bo Balhered from the fact that o.veu a houacrr.aid v;ho had been in the service of the family for ()0 vears was unaware of it. Mr. Dor He Believes Refiproeity \ViIl LesMi to Aii-uexatloH lSfl7 he had become convinced that destriicuon of our national ideal.s , ^y,. ., ._,,, Hosr-Ptit in'--------  , ., , - u tho tarilT p.dicv, which embraced the and the displacement from our proud "ZZlunl t slTon l^ne^ Thl'^' ^^^^ �' .ne pasPed away rather suddenly with . � , , \ .. . . ' , > y> � HI " unbroken line to ba.\on tlianes. tne po,.,red with croeoer Oier the hieh o"t making; anv stateraont. ll was principle of moderate protection ap- posUiou as the nsing hope oi the ramily had long been in possession iZ^^Llv \on^^^^^^ oulv when his pHvate documents came plicablc to all cla.sses of the conmrnn- British Kmpirc. (Loud Conservative ^ .^ockley. There M.-. Dering was born- stone to he e.vamlncd that tho story of hifi There his father died in 1859, and! coachhou.se ai the back there double life was revealed. there also his mother passed away r j,,.^ f,^,g vehicles-three broughams' --------- .Sifton few years later. and two early Victorian travelling MANITOBA MUNICIPALITY WANTS TO BE DIVIDED Ottawa, March 1. - For an hour and a halt floii. Cllflord .Sifton held the closest attention of the merahcrs of the r.'ousc, practically every one of whom was in his place, and of the crowded galleries. .\s he rose he was governed by the received in silence, as both parties feared he would critioi7.e their positions. .Mr. Sifton soon marie it plain �which side he was on, for after speak ing of the painful character of the separation from hi.s liie-Uing leader and associates, he said that he had convinced himself that the party was wrong and thai he could not con.sci-i'ntiou.sly follow it in tiiis m-atter of ri'ciprocity. lie lir.s) ciillci/ed llie f^oveininent fill- iKii having had an expert investi-K'ltion made beiore enterting up(Hi niiv such far-reaching agreement The house should have had a -full and clear Ktateuient a.s to the effects of this treaty upon uur relations with favored nutiou.v .Vir Fielding and Mr J'aterson had not given ihcn- usual fund oi infiirmalion when dealintf uith j iinportani mailers ami he feared tliai i cither they did i.nt have the (acts ur \ ehsetheyfoundthat the facts did not, |,,,,^^ hear out the-content,on they put kt- American hair grower, first dis- '^^'^td. ;.oiercd in Kngl-and. S.M.VIA Mr. .Siflon denied that either ity was the best (hat I'anada could cheers). adopt. The British preference !� a [ fJlohc .Vol Surprised substantial one and he was opposed 'I'orunto, .March 1-Of the to increasing it for the sake of the speech ilie (Uobc this morning says Lefi to himself, Mr. Dering begau j p^^^^^^t^gg^ swung on leather. The two British manufacturer as againsi the editorially: The speech of Hon. to develop eccentric ways. For ont j pj,jjpheB-one painted bright vellow, manufacturers of the fnited .States fliHord Siiiun on the reciprocitv tiling, he look a groat fancy to ti.ffht me other a light green, and each bear-' Selkirk Man Feb 28-^ pellllon W.iuldn't Ativct Wheat ! a,^reement undoubtedly presents the rope walking, and one iing the Dering coat ot arms, are well signed by'a majority of tho ratepayer:- .Mr. .Sifton did not agree that reci- case against it in the strongest pos-procity would raise the price oi west- sihie light. Mr. .Sifton prefaced his arn wheat, as the price would he export level price The effect ui ihis treaty, he s.iid, generally is that i'anada has ahso-liile free trade as far as farm produce is concerned. The farmers of Canada are on a free trade basis for what they sell, and on a protection basis for what they buy '.' He predict ed tliat the farmers would not stand for it. Then it would he necessarv to take all the duties off and have lie would give no more par-y practically crunmercial union with Me adnvilted in the course if his the I'luted .States. speech that the people of the p.-diie Instead fif bringing the province t./- provinces were in favor of ti.e j.gtet- ------------.....-------i luenl. Thus Mr. .Sifton is lUitc e.i- MalcPQ Hair r.rnw 1'lenHy not representing oi p.iriimeni me Alt^erta Drug and Book Co. | who sent him there. The k.-v i.) his nas an inv-lporaior that will grow hair'^nji^de is to he found in his or money back. | ,^,reement etTects the J ne lime to take care of vour haiv, . ,,, , , ,, . I, , . 1  , , , I eia siruetiire of the countrv. is when vou have hair to take care,,,, ,........,^ � y| j The Mail and hnipire s Ohservatum friends was the famous Bloudin. ' I have had a chat today with a vil lager who well remembers the two per forming in front of the mansion. Through the estate-which Is ovei remarks by expressing regret that he had been forced to take a stand against the party of which he has been so long a member. The severance has not been quite so abrupt as might be supposed from his obsvrv.i- tion. Mr. .Sifton has not voted wit'i '^^^^ Dering and Mr. Blondii) the Liberal party for the-last t.vo ,vas fixed over this stream, and war sessions, lie did not vole even �.-n about 100 yards in length, the navy nuestion and some time ago 'i often saw Hlondin wheeling Mr he informed the Liberal whips liu.t liering in a barrow on this tight-rope a thousand acres In extent, and thickly wooded-flows a narrow stream, callcii the .MImram. It passes within a few yards of the mansion. The tight rope r/lONARCH NEWS Miss ,)can Irch of .St.- Hilda's Co'-lege, spent SiiinUn with her parents. Miss: S'i.".th returned to Lelhhridge Monday liflernoon after ;:pendiMg a few day.-; with Miss Wright. -Misses Hirk ;'.nd N'cal and 'dr, TL ('. Brooks, of I.etlihridge, atletidcd the bachelor's bal" on Friday evening. Miss Forbes l^ft Monday afternoon for Uiaiaoiid Cit^ . ^!r, i,r"d .Mrs. P.. Ircli entertained a lioiisi' |)arly for the week-e:i(l. Thu guesls inelnilfd the .Misses Pult.csoii, Siiiilli ( I.elhbridgc), U'ri.glil, Copp and relletier and Mcssr.s. Beeman, Ross, llarlshorne, Willi.iins, rortcr, and Proctor. Miss Brcnvner .spent a lev^ d,.u s preserved, though it is more than 50 of the river section of St. Andrew'r.' ^^'t^" 'ler friend, Miss Copp. years since they were in use. One municipality, wl'l he i-.rosented to the' congregational meeting of tiie of the few things In working order is provincial ro erirjtr.l. asking for tie i'l'eshytcrian church was held on a large oldfashioned clock over the .cll�^lson -of the p�-e;enf muncipallty Tuesday evening. Messrs Ross. Mae-BtaWei. into tv.-D new munici' nltes, the river Xcill and Proctor were elected as The mansion Itself is a veHtnble section to he c.nilod St. Andrew's, and church managerr. and .1. R. Williams treasure-house, precious oil paintings the northern por'lon riandcbaye. The was appointed choirmar.lcr. covered with the dust of years, arc. jroeediio Is nnt without, opposition j^i^ je3rs and also cirrying him on his back,' i^any of the treasures-some of thorn ..-tandtng. The residents ot'tbe old rc-cii.,t'. K ";i.iMi.- U your hair is geHing U.in, gradu-; '^^"^ ^ail and Knipire says : "TMe allv fallinji oui, h cannot be long be-1 "�"'^^'" '"' icre ibe spot apiK-ai.s. | f'e reciprociiy (lueslioii slarlu-l i; r- : he sr;aiest remedy lo slop ihejliamcnt yesterday, and there ca-i he. no doubt but it will 'ia"e a like ur-j will set thousands of pe .jiie who V:-.-.e and Hatfield, which are five miles a r ' iiisiip.-! noiirl.shmeni to ilie hair roots, ),pj.,| indifferent or und' said my Informant. "Mr. Doring dressed, of course. In tights-was alsc very proficient on the rope." Today I saw the long balancing polet -now resting under the eaves of an outhouse at tlie Ijack of the mansion- which the couple actually used. Pioneer and Inventor Bui, as tne distinction of F. R. S. fully testifies, tigbi-rope walking was only a small part of Mr. Bering's life He was, In fact, an Inventor ot great attainments. Probably his genius for discovery explained his eccentricity. Mr. Dering was one of the pioneers of telegraphy. Ii is recorded that 'iri both parties had been in lavur of :.(nd u^s so qi.iickty iiiai people are reciprocity for the past torty veavs am-izerl. A iRrge bottle for .if'c. All Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES Know they make no noiie or sputter, and have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by Tbe IB. Uii Co., llmitiHl, Ni, Cenada Atk your nearest grocer for them .ded on the part, and he Is credited wdth somfe Im subject seriously thin'ii.kr. portant discovery In , connection witt Mr. Sifton, one may be sure, bt'.'iKs Insulators, from his party because He ic'.cyj Ralways also occupied his attention submitted for his acceo' in :? -o r-!and here again he did notable work jurious, ".so anli-C'anauia:i i::.ri .'o Behind his mansion he erected a largf anti-British." that '.rv Jm.v ;,c � ,i1, ;''�o"n'J''.v, where he employed some SO men. He was especially Interested } business it being w�-ll patronized by the t'avelling public aa well as by llie "Kniaiits of the Grip." .Skating parties seem to be the or-(i; r of the (lav. On Wedn-srt.-iy tlm old masters-may in due course be'river lot portian of the munieipiliiy subm.ltted to public auction. ' ha-, e for vea;-s resented tho enierprlsc ' Though Mr. Dering's estate has not. and nctivitv that is beiu^; put forward ' I'^oPl^ f'ft"' � �^''^"^" yet been completely valued, it is al- t^y th.e rcr.ldents of the new se.-tlon ; 1^'' f'^"'''' returned to the parlors of ready certain that it will am.ount to northwo.ct of Selkirk, end the acrimon,\ ; the Hole'. Monarch, where Mrs, Wen-well over �250,000. He owne-d a large arising from a division of piM'., w.-u-'--., ^cr eiilevtai-ied them at four tables portion of Welwyn, and three houses h.".s grown to acondilim of l:i.e,'i feel 'of biidc.' Hriidii yeliow daffodils at Brighton, and it is said that ho'n.? on each Kde. Fur years, the ?A i i iid sc.irlel carnations lent their also had mining interests in Durham , Andrew's council hr.s been .i lions,- j t,cnuiy and cheorincss to the drawin^; How well he kept the secret of hi", divided against Itself, the three s.iuth room. Free Start on the Road to Health A nve-story prcssed-brick building, It yon are troubled with or fear any, A confldence that has been based filled with costly apparatus, equipped please Oil in and send the coupon to on our thirty years' oxpenencB with witJ. electrical ratus- machinery and a,ppa- us to-day-you'll never regret your decision: he cannot support i! steel rails, and he is said to have 'oee.. the discoverer of an appliance which is in use today. But there came a time when be LEAVING FRANK FOR ENGLAND Frank. Feb. 28.-1'. V. Galway, -the l)opular electrician of the C. C. C., planl hero is leaving with his family: might .Instly be considered more as a for tlnglnnd this evening. Mr. (ial-' theorist than as a practical man of �ci encc. He discharged tha 30 man, and they walked out of the foiiiie still maintiUned in Uit mansion th� �P the body-by strength- undoubtedly buy and dls- enlnj the a^hlte corpuscles of the blood, ^ juute In this manner hundreds of or phagocytes, which by devouring tne inouBands of these 50-cQal bottles ot germs of disease keep the body in con- p,,.phirp ditlon to cure or resist sickness. j-ajc-nini.. And wo do that to show our e.TtIro Below Is a Hut ot dloeasea that Psy- confidence. In this wonderful prepara-Clilne will cure. Uon. COUPON No. 54 To the Or. T. A. SLOCUM, Ud. 193-195 Sp�din� Ave., Torenio I ncircnl your ofTer to try n 50o. bottle of PKychi'ie (pronounced St krcn) at vour i.-xp"n.se. 1 liiivn not liail h fiOc. liiiUld of pRfohlno under the rl�'i-Kindl.v nrlvlne my (Inigglaj. to deliver tbi.s Ijottlo to Bio. a!y Nnmu................................. Tjv.o..................................... Slroi?t HOtJ Number..................... My t)rU({Bi!!t'.s Nome...................,. Slrco' nnd Number..................... 'I'hiHeniipon iHnot good for nine, linltle of ivj-chiiio ir nrcKoiit- d to tliu cln\�ei�t. - it, ihiisi i>(! hunl. ns~w� will ttiGii buy 111,- Mti'. botlln if Pmcl'.iiio fi-oni your ilriih'Kir^t.aTid (drvcl hin> lo deliver it lo vou. 'I'lii^ offer mny Uty wii lidvnv.'ti nt nnv lliuc Wltliont ndtlco. Send coupon I...: lo-day. ;