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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Giiarnacci Hercules To Be ; Seen at Ancieni Art Hxhi-�� bitioM ill London. "Baby Miru- Sets All London in a i?oar; |TJ|CTOFTHEKING Voice of 'Mrs. Grundy Is Barely Heard ymi^y mijjjjnc TIMELY HINTS FOR �I � tli "I e-E IIS ep iu til Hi rii th CO I: .ev oi Tl e!i lei .�\v US ipa eb Tl Di Ell gi in CO Pe th of lU J!l. K( se 1h Gi "t Jil fil �( i� Ifa -- - � URIED In � Junrl� of man-hanrtiM ^in * citr wi�r�hoii�� far �fiffr-> i- 'n tV�iU7-t�� centuries old. hMs ^ft^i jfsiir-rartw) �nd tratisfrrrc.l :o K�rl s �.�irt, wh�r� II will eonsHtui*' imi? .if ihf �:�.-tton� of the Anolftu Art EthlSit.^n ;o TM� atalue, which i� mrribi'i-.' lo !.y-; �lpp�M, of Syoluiie. �>!� ore ! i.., r ; ywv^'te h�v� in�(1nl'lff '|�m�nl' XI , 1749�17LM. Katrr It pttSKeri tn;n t;. tt VoUira. In the ftnrly .e.v-tiilen h was piirrhAR*^ by jui Itallau nrt rl^^attr in Lonttun. arfl ��"hibll Were Wrong- in Be-I People of Great Britain Hind lievinp Him "Cold." [.Special l>o?,i>m.-h I I.'.indon. Satlintrt.v. T la lxit�re.itlii|r ;o tnjjy the i'lam^e; :�: which ICinn Of^rvr a:ui Quron M ir> li�V# bi�.5ll �T��i:ng inlo th" Hfrc(llti;:.� .if |('-.o wluil*" Engilsih pReji,,.. \\"-,oii ;ho K,tiri��!.;tiii llial liLs ;naniior Kti.f ..fiiJ aml'i; is iKve ;h.�* I'he Itvrnaat animin: of rep^Uert. but ,\s liit d.n-i �o by evItlTire -.ion u holri� giftn. Tl�� Kind's throne-the hiotorlo ortilf of 91. Bdi��rtl'-is sHtvMrd oti flats In the centra of the trteatra f�oJiVK thr! acoiinniia-.ea that this iitilttij.: '!> iiir>r� ffineled than rtsl at ccurii-. fo'lPiinK a mnn � tmlvcmaliy belovod ao hl.^ (nth'^r-(who In hip tap fthftft rpijtn .>ji...itf^il rvcn V" urnr at first nv. a is rt?jtari!ed a.! '"'"I'''' . , h-lll b. ocrupled hy their nmjostiea dtu-ltiB " ,, tn'''^-"' ''^ '-�"""^ ui.�n rnrlr hea^a. ICIn,d,mt aare sr�tlH�d. and this Kiat.iViTha" clMr. dlrrctiy face tl:� ..ea... re- III talcemf Madrid wejriiiK the �'.iiifPHiiInllp" wa� he.itr.>.'-lK,wvlT inmilrril ami nioliherl. miil similar t;Ti-|ost).>ri�nofls hip repniteil from Vaiencis and other lilles in Simin in whiitli wonien l; > ni6i> Tt/VF.iAvRJ.T MA.I'D- ^mU) UDfiAK. SfiCWTN J N Instamlv and Cisi .)f PUy Wins liig;h Pr.ti� rlaa m, Ihraa .lanmtita. Uia Aoaiar iuin� Mr Uaj l>art nan�. tka ta��i�-a tor IS.M* aam-Di� Ml* of the 4iiM auit the and tbf atatua wa� a�l4 at �ar ptaaa* It ta bla . �R alM cl�>', R hare It remaJneti larfti tUtam to Kart't Court Htm vrltn* 't tISeta fmxa *t Tjmltiti ak fte.-ati-e known that Ihe der;a;atior In favur of the �sport of kings � was not a mere fortnalily, tiut that the royal .-tahie.* �o-;ld l.e rr.alr. talned at their hlshwt .�na.ndarrt and tin lha thoroufhtireds that are to he enleyert nill he wai'th.v of bear- rsi. Than caino the tacffiil 'ome iiiipht say jtate�niBnli:ab . which became h t.ide ni..-laii act he would have been left out in front'course li was 10 ba espwted that the n.itono,,., sr the time ,he third art wasj,,, lonely grandeur had he not done some;gct-tch ,ould welconae him whole haartrt- ly, bui It U no�- bolisved that tha demon-The Lily docs 110; amoutit to much a,|,,^iyo,, i, ^,|, be more enthus- P'�y- 'ven if Mr. Da,-id Belaaco did^^.han Uhe .naeting to l.U father whar .v'l thl.5 l!. perfeoily Inie, h'.it lively dodfTlnfr and jfot back behind It. the and eni-e kept on laiiphinr and | inrre.isad the -iiock to trip-jadapt It from the Freno! Ie:y and T- e si..a.iv :'-pji fii .if i�.irr� noi.sense shook a-id '"~ ' "^'i^uloiij liiipossihiiltv uwde It Irre-siaiiiile Then. t...... there �a.-* n.-i .imall amount :r ;reniiine rrlt In the rtlaiwauo. Mr Wtedon (^ross-ntlh pla.v�d the part Nobody would 2-,,.^ Edward visited the ICnieraJd Isle, ever suspect that tho ^j,lle the nat!on..JI�ts mar n� extenri a p;a.y o.-�ft8ma.n ever ar.ythlhff to ao,,^,^, ,,.^,,^ ., Kinf George. Uiey .HI wHh It. There I, not a sUn of the Bela.,ao^, .^j,,,. , i,.,(^meo atid will ",he.r a* jtraaemark about It. .Nevo-theiejs tha ludienoe was not only aatl.ifled but made Uk lirst appearniica Slda oy .5ldi' with It. hu; two giopa inwerlif, the .Spnui.sli cupilnl. .\ woiiinn with Is nnil wea. .lit wRJked 11(1 ' ill Hie mol. propd.'teil she be cThiliileil nl the Klirgnal. a Ihei. tre where the dBocers wear ciwtiimea .f n.:* iiph: uiHlerial ;is llio police will prr i"T"T . , ,, _ _linil. Aiiolher man ali.mfeii thut m- woniau liiiil lieeii piiniohod eiioiiKli. hut the worrta were liardly out of his nifiiiih before lii.s hat whs Iciiocked from hi� head, nuil he wns lieing pummelled nii I Wicked n-hi'ii two policemen wctii lo lr.� aiuistance. 'riiB woman for llie iiidiucih ren.ispd li� be the centre of attrnotion. and a Oer-miui luurcliani who i� in hiisineM here thniat the woman nml her inaUl into i carriage. The rooobiiian lnclcilv irn.x ti..r one nf tho ninjoritj- of Spuniurds wlci are oppasad lo inniivailon.ii in fasliioLt .�served 5o- the meinbers of the roynl fair liy anri the diPtlnRiiisHied ^oreiun .ojid royal aud oifter ripltor.i wh.5m It Is e.ipeciaiiy desired to honor. Some nt.HKnllli'.?Tih embroidery will e.over laMHMta Ua 4aia��a it ____ ! tiKWt ejnanred fram it.s aakrvlwt IMak �M erident, the beauty oC tsm iwaitcto aaAtepaJrad. Vtmt tMavicea Is the sialua of nerculei from tha Ctoart�ecl iiaU�rr la made eiear >iT eoma n�t�� ifcy R. Monti wtien tin mmrble first am-ired tn Bneland. Mr Meat: aayat- This statue is mentioned liy iTlarac. by Muller, 'by �h'lcoronl and by MafTel aa the! ,.t� aercuis.' aO-,pro^r ajid a little viilg .So miMli for the roprlelie? .^11 l..piidcn of Hlily. ,t I �,( P,-itsv n^iii'ti:- wl;u had l"'""^'^'' lr�in*'� acting held it en- all :he �JlsagreiMolo work to do. Ir.nludins i"^""**'*''- fill flock I. see Baby W,u�.- denounce''" ii-hiuf. His -.�-n peculiar j "'"'o*' "Hii aniaaeinint (hat we It as indeUoate and then go to ..ira it again. ti-thnii ,if li.altint; aiiuned v. eak , ''"�'"''^ Kveo his most ardcDt ad- Thla Amcrioaji piay a; leffl''�''� To t-.i- .=.ire, it na* not tihe authoi-es�. can congralula^e h�-. few .|� ih'&tvc� 'ai haajty welcome doubly sore the Klnir the veiy thlii^f when he anr.otmced tlint he would atteiid the Leo^ardstown race*- for Bhwe w�s never an Irishman born who j wasn't a lover of horsea and horse raclrvif. WILL 00 TO WALES. Kven llvtie Walaa wliJ not be neitl9o'ee jinted a larite number of statue'; by Jhe cens .Ani.Mer says 1 ha.i, in Amer- .lahiiy pink nlyhti'-s HarciilBS. froni the Farnese Colossus,; j^-j ^^ ,�,,,,,, ra.-d a s.rerfm � Tli..y '�'� '-tain at li,e KJnjanay Th iig, d,.:-ilke wif,. I charaoieriaatlon that was true :o life Ui �liarmini; and spirited performance. l*^-ry detail. s nn nail.ert actress la capti vity is'rona I 1 To do pl* of lils li- nn po;. ), :in.--e�l 10 b� insurr 'able, r-i prev-ious performances .Mr. Irvine iiaa always pl.iyer)Mi-REMINISCHNCrf: -OF FAMOUS LIVES waj-d ms Prince of XValea. MlftiifuJ, too, of'accoinmodaitKm dtirtnc their atay iu T,�n- don. Gerina.ny will bo represented by tlio Crown Prince, wiio very probably will be SCTtompanled l�y tUie Crtrwti Prlncaaa, There i.t, a-Jio, it is believed, will be able te aceure C&nadiuis of a visit by the Kins' and Queen wlUiin a few years. Add to these ertdeBoe,s of statesmanlike regard for tha constituencies that malte' up the Empiw lha King's deep personal Titrrest In the dolnsa of all his suWcr.ts. lej^a yi^u will iMideraland why he Is la- ' is liltle liopi> for llie "harem ill Ihc provincial '-iiies. wheie lut acct.sliimeil to aceins eiajgerated i'roai.ion,* of Dame Kishii'ii, and at Seville no ntleinpt ivill even . made to introdii.-o tlie �'jupc-ciilefU, " It was the "clntlas" whr. m.-ide il 111-niost impossible for Sp.iniih -oriet.r �. men to wear large, fashionttble liuli! Inst .rear, iiad the "chnla" no dniihi will take it upuu herself now 10 tici �:j a ucu .sor of piihlic tnaraU ,ind the inoprietie� and proiiouuce the "harem sl>irt" mi BbomJBuUou "UAUEM SKIRT  VTEWEO F�OM HYGIENIC POINT OF VIEW. f'ARi.�. Saiorday.-"'nie hnrem .skin is tbe ideal gariuent for women. It allows nf freedom of limhs, prolecls ajniDst ,oltl and wind, najr more, ngaiiist microbes and dust The LarcDi skirt uffords ever.v adr.nt-tage. *  *� Tbi.s is the view ..f-Dr, the adherence to tha earlier style U nntj only traoeafcle tn Its aortlaos at undeniable antiaulty, but aist. In Ihe r�sioiallon which I* must have undergone by Craeco Roman tcuiptors when rtrstj brought t. Rome, it tnustihen have stood on a jup |.�^i..eciai De.tpatc r^o.^ip.* Englistt newspapers . .'Satiirdav are full |.-^r..-;i.U Ilej,pat it � ; Lo,NU'is, Salurtla;., '� Tnera ha\ e eerfii�,o tnuc . intere-tt i j,,^,.^^^ taken aa lii Kin? lieorji!? :ecepliJii aad cnUad i::^^':^,;h;J':n.r;"r:e.or:":n .,rl'^-,,i...i.,.,, s.c;,t.. Khe asserted that >H, . eon- |l.!;:ciii Y>-oiiian ,i Brighton Borout-'i Asylum at the 'ef^',t,.etchei-were per�on�Uy pralaed and*"' �hro�ie of Auatria-Hunrary; ZJ'v:: ,;^r'c"trrH:L:!;"::.":"''^'i.'",.^'*"�"^.'""r .''"'^ i^'-*. �''''^�:C:^.''"!!"!.'^^J^:*^!i:!-'�''-� tb.Mr skin.. the maii-jwho was consulted liy tliouaaods In all time placet^ a gold medal upoa the breast eating at Its upper end. the r-eei.lae.. forjlna! , , . r,>�orm movemev.- in the Transvaal a:id which being ��� now nulte .Isihle Thr f ai-'.>s. .0... wa- i,x .,r,^ ;,at fa,,t that f.-,no�-lnc tfi..,lama- ftara.ct.-r of the restoration -hows the p"^. ^"1': , """ '""i'"" '>>d etareci i'o ..^ � o.-i.,ia.ule w.....Uiams. -.v ho � se ;.,, ,1^,. ,,sse oewspapc's d-yr.te .�onsio- boidaeae of toii.-h which rnarauteri/.** tJi* vereli wounded Graeco-Koman workmanaiiip ..r ttiai , anarchi.vs, and had period. But in ihe repairs, carried .>ul on) Ike ''Tossing the Pancake,'' Old English Ceremony, Observed at Westminster apap si-�iit hshi .vlth ,rab;.^ .HPii. I- iu lelllng of the maguiflcei.I .-ii-rled to :h-t 1^, :e..,_alnnieni.s that are lo be provided bv ,;palace a ,trei.-.,e: ;,i.l tl,,, l-;ins|;he Special Amhjjsador, and a.-.serl that DMinc of Jkls statue int., in� "I 7 ' ^ *"�""'"', "''ci"ty during crona-Jmi uefk srwayed �ry the ai>pe�ran.-e presented b-.- ______^__^ _................________....._ the Pafiieae Hercules, 'ho.*, r..udering iiie ne� paMa ieoompatibla wlih ihe reat It jnust alan be remarked that no Blna whenever t� thi..� stalue occurs In th writers of the tnxteenib aud sevanieeath' ceninrlee, Theref��re. It may be held that no raalaiai:te>o iQ- scuipytrt �>( ine Ou(|Ue, oeaac wap made, helng .lu i� evident toa: � rills relic hal not at that tune been ex-, hiimad. "TiKr these rea:*,ons this pariIcuiariy In-tereristtng relic may be sirrltmted to some' ef the immed.aie fo,lv>�iu� and pupils nf Iiyslp^s. -who. nav- ng f-ne adva.nia�� ee for enbeeQueoi eop>isis t.i do ' i THE LURE OF l.C)ND()N i , IN THli SFRlNfi AIR ^ [Special Despatch 1 l,0..�nON. .SatMrrtfl\ �^^'�leh more than a suapiclui. of spiine !n,tho air the lure of London seems irrp , UUble. K one ehoo�i>� cm. a,> Queen Mary on most days In - er .trtves throu�h Hyde |�ark, looking regally handaome and �ol(nowled�lng wim he Quick smile and side glance ih� rs >ite� at any obaarvant pedee'trlsns on the. pathf or of tha occupant of � jtomot'iiei. or otier earrl�e�. -When the Court la out of mourning !'I Is uflderetood no one will devote hertel'' more -arhole heartedly to promnring the-amenities of aoclal life in London than! the Quean, for there are few women' who have yraiped the aeonomlu advan-| lags of �ncoura�ln� home lni\usirles' whleh . a fay London aeaten Impllas more tliorouthlr than Queen Sfary. Ke�t tnenth there wlU be a �ood daali �t entenalninr in honor of royalty, Xe; ra*atl9er of the royal family enjoys| greater pepularJtr than Prlpoegs Alex-uiier of Teck, whom haetaaaei of roy-j atty are alwajra ea�er to secure, and Prlaeaaa Vatrlcla'a foadne** for danolnir la eer�Mn to Uiwire eeveral bells tor rouAV people belnc arranged In her honeri ' predicted for t> 0 preisent Quern when Hammond In the, princess ^i^y ^hat she would be eng^ed to t-#o iieirs to tna Britlsb tiirono and to hava loid Miss I>anaa Torks that she would marrn- a duke She Is sa.d to have told \fr Gladatane when :r, Jowett, tl>e BIr-'_____ " _ , , , , . v . .reproaeutaiivM. With regard to Russia, mlngham Noaeonfomilsl, who Is soon ml^. _ . ,., ^. , . . , � , , 1 however, the Tsar ic expected to attend leave f�r New York, ai>d the deep Intereat . , ,. , , , _ the coroimtlon naval review at 5-pitheart, e-vlnccd by His M-aJesty o the .tulferlnga ^ ^ , . ,^ or se.�.Jwh.n lie ��,v,, Dr. Gr.nfelU ^H^'"'' �' " the Labrador missionary. .Ti listened to "j'J"',^ ,,tum.ted here that I�..100 Ameri- the �erlls of ids work m - the Par North. |^^^ ^^^^ Colonials and fu�v a., man-v Whtit c,ms be more diplomatic than the, ^j^,^^^^ Continent will be Here l-vJug's praUe for the piuelty Ameiican nnrsea who assist Dr. Oronfell In hi* lierolc undertaklnet? Theae are orUy a few examples of how iiie KItiK is winning ids way Into the hearts of ilia people; and in trliv  tiic harem skirt than in the ordinary one. Men wear Irotisers mrinK lo their aiiatomii-ai stni,;tiipe: women w-ear skirts for the same i-ea.soii. The bnretn skirt believed that the number of American wisl- will not last It is c,ni:rary to natural tors would be much greater than t'lat 'aw,s. _ _ whioh Is now roughly estimated.______ ______ Between Eaat.r a^d WWtsuntiae. w,e,!^0?E ^Il^S PKONOUNOES the American Invasion will be on Ihe shlp-Ihlng IB her power to enc�ura,ge the de-i^.^^ companies, by utmalng their ma-ii-velopmeiit of British iim-iistries. Everything rhat r-Mi be made fn IStigland-Uces. linen*. Uneeries. silks-will be woru by AGAINST "HAKISM: SKIRT* .mum resoureea. will be able to provide acooinniodatlon for about voyairen= ""'""''�'^ agaiust the "harem" skirl 7t Ro.�K. Snturdey. -Pope Pin..; ha.s pro- the .\tlaJitlc. if we allow se.OOl) who will come at other "�^X,. ' ^'�sr"">�" for 1780, which says thati 1 �tiaaa)yiu�-v ""i--c*-. . 'Vjoa !�ife^ the college enters the school. and, preceded fay the beadle and the other ofllcera. throws a large pantsaVta over tho bar whteh divides the upper from the kw'er ichools." Sevenisth boya eomyeted oil this ooca-llon, and when the tchooi chef threw tha panoaUe lato the atr there was a tearful struggle, from wbloh Oeorte FurtdeB, a seventeen-year-old pupil, amerced with, but not all, the major portion of the cev-eted cake. Then vai eacorttd with customary honors, headed by the beadle and t^4� oool:. to tha Dean, who preienttf under clerk of i him with the cuauniary guinea. her at ihe C'op&n�tion: aad the e.aamp set by Jler Mnjeaty la being followed by 40urt ladles in general, so that a grea: fmiietus tins been given to raaniTfaciurers 4n Knglaud and Ireland i It Ix �iU� to prcdiot that, wi.erea.s o.ily � a few aiiort months aso the name 0.' the 'King evoked met'a^y stereotyped ecthiuii-I asm. witen he rides to �WtwtmiiustKr in iJuiie to be crowned the deaionstrattons j of hi/: siit>jecta will eoual In enthusiasm j the greetings accorded to hit father. Ime i the Fi'.-sl GentlemaB and always tJie most popular prlDce In K-(rrepe. SOCIALLY ACTIVE, TOU. I The King and Queen ar* becoming |Bocl�Hy active, too, and are accepting I itivltatlons to dinner* at the hauseit of j their more intimate friends for the first I time since Ki.ig Edward's death. The j first they honored in ihU way were I Lord and Lady F'arquhar a.t ilieir house ; at No 7 Orosv�nor squai'e, wlien some thirty guests were Invited to meet them. Queen Mary leeked beautiful In l� black �eU-et dreea. with ploh Jet ern-; broideries, and wore diamond %\.�Ta tn her hair, her other omamenta including a macalflcent plaque of diamonds worn a a naoUace, and a apray of dlaanmd floirera in ker coraase. IJady rarqohar, waarinv a white dreia with a diamond tiara la btr white hair, aad *gearte4 by the XiBg, led the prooegeloB te the dining room. Lord Parquhar aococrpaBytng Queen Mary. Tlia Duaheas of Rok-feurghe, the oikly American present, who w�a acoompanle4 the Duke, wore '"'."^-.^'r^A""'. ^T!L,!!!!!.*",.'�l:?.tf'�>o';"'M'v"� u'p 'o"Ih� 'thXiw'^^iich. tSey' dccliircd that IJoman matrnns. even h,.f.-.-e the advent of Christianity, would have re-Um�ji aud bi oUier routes and by Ies:(|J�ofed thf.s costume as unw.jrthy of them, luxurious veaeels. we arrWe at the ISO.OOoj In Cho opinion of Ihe ^'atio.1n, it:=; adop. estimate. That every berth from New.J'"" break down the barrier's york from ,h. middle of April to ,hej T*P*��'>'� 'h--J<^n..- raiddie of June wtll be occuplod 1, �,r-| Such eccentricities in wojBen'.i fasbioui ready assured The rteamatalp comptinies., ""ilje formerly been de.nouQced by the Popi-to their oredit he It said, have increased ?? ,!|f '.f necosRnry, (0 iK.siie thoir Tte.. but If at all, and thejSe" r^^i Tlt^rto';: h1r"mf!;fro pu'b'ui' exarauJe thus set mlgiit be follawed wIUi'---- proflt by the hotel keepers of fyondon, who. It seems, ara determined 10 engage In the ancient practice at UUlng the goose that lays tli* golden egga. .So ravenoos are some of these hotel keepers that persons who have been stopping with them for years have been rotlfied in*t unles.s tliev submit to an Increase of about 2i)0 per cent above the rates now paid they must vacate thelrl Toams and apartments during the month of June. STORM IN BERLIN KEEPS MANY INDOORS Berlin, Sarurdaj-Berlin has not escaped from till) storm which has swci.i orer other perls .jC F.tirope. The siri-cls have been covered with a mix-tiii-e of rain and sntiw, and a tvind nf hurricane lika vlnleace bae been raging, li'or two days Ihe slren'ts looktd deaerted. a.-ui llii; rnbipen �n'l chBuffnuTs had Kooms that are now rented at frorajwiih one hand and hold' 011" wiili'^'h" t2 to $5 a day have been jumped in other to Iceep being tilonn from price from �6 to JHO. and as If this were,tli�i'' . ^ not enou.h some of "le manager, -n - jp.JiJ.'i/f'h^set iL^" t^fl^W'a \^'i''T tent upon retting every dollar that can.the various bc?tel� where people ore (-lad 'to tJikt- refuge. The Berliu hotels arc s, be squec-�d out of the visitors, doubling the price of foodstuffs. Of couren this does not apply to overcrowded this week that miin.v per alii sons have been obliged lo go a ers! Potsdam in searcli of rooms. s far as of the hotels-there are some managter here who can se� beyond the end of. This pressure upon the hotel acooni-their noses-And these have not penar niodutions nrlsee from rho fnitt that the Itxed their permanent residents, hut arj) Gorman ariatocrecj h�.s forsaken .ouu oantent with a slight ad-vance upon reg--ular ratee. i' Tour csrreapondent knowe of a score jof fanilllae who, forced out of their hotel py try ostatcs atid taken all the nvailsbli' suite* at the lendin|[ hotels in order t,, participate In tiie Ootirt festivitica, iiml u adaitiou to this, the Uerlin b.itel- ;;iJS.?nra^u^'!^.:^"'nol�te^^�nd llie ,,train of ,h� Ger and ibal- a broad band of dlamenda le her are making tn-day hotel them no more life which th( will 1*10 man Agricultural Associatiou, which him meant another inflnx of laniled propi-i--tors and tbeir faialliee. i III it 21 ;