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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta I'JIIDAY, .MAUCII DO, DAILY PAGE ELEVEN THE CITY BERN Settlers Who Have Made Good in Canada Arc Good Advertising Agents Winnipeg, Mar. Can- ada Is iiol (lie Janil of the romaurer, but "hajiplly eliding (re- owo lliplr origin to Ihe West. for example, hero Is what Albert V. Ijilillaw, ot North Dakota, al Uic Hoy- al Alexandra liolfll, Winnipeg, (old a nowspaper repreBcnlallvn Ihe other day: 'I am on ray way as a home vMlor to my former home. I have ended mj (nuvor and ivork for llio season Jn harvesting, [jlfi canatllai prairies; lo COUNT VON nERNSTORFF fata party stayed lonjcrln Hall- fai ILao Lhcy would Wished, and Ins of tba lovrn tli to any other tour] on rooord. For whllfl Die nr.ulral o botrd llw "Frederick VIII lowed to prornennde nn deck, Use (Jer- man passenger B, deprived of their im'tidrcdn of snlta of pyJainHa and their thousands of phonogrnpnle re- trtfrlfi, roniienmrd to nl otW In a-pitJj, or stare JJaJHax- at the dni-k vail a mere porthnlfil AnH dcupltfl del thdt some cl -tha very Ix'-st of Lhn Dors at Ilallfoi vitro Hermans bom to bo ,111 re the lalnt bad entered tic cW old Teutonic i blood. HaHfaj frani harbor like Iocs gra-TKljtantl rising ttor on wilt. fort the top r-ulBB out circle of wflior wbero the whole Brftkb Navy could If It Witad to. Whwi or rtiw to for 4ta I rip tf.roaa the ic. aid uub- hover Hkp nloiidn over sea, ami rlsKor wKp IhrUJtd fllfht of so ST. have bl'ge IVfttir In hi i rilDH IB plow of blood flirt Qo iitfh commotion ti.JLhn harbor or 'on' the 'land wnea Uifl Honorable Edward Cora- rived with hli IttUo r.hapernurd by Uui'rJoop'df "Sjilni." (n the Ftimmor of No- thlii'ji WTU in ho biK ran Re of low bill? with FID unbroken that greW (o Halifax. h cone of your war-baby el'Hfi, born of chance and the splril oT-adventure. Hallfu WJne Into lha falhored Lordfi Commlq of and-Plintitlofta be eulti fair. Bcctco to the .louth wabtod R riuible guardian to p'rottc k-r from French of Quebec, who re unman Hr able to fleet a puatire'6.Tpedltlons, Indfab teaurreo llonn and Cain generally. The Earl of at the o Ixirda Cornmlsalonerji, whn p.k.'i thft rtquBst fforn 1m blbert from-H some latent American we must suppose, for to pro iuw'hte clly h-s tmraedlately 07 B hundred and flftj the; method of Lhe beer IhsJ funone and the car Ely. Ford, from rerllMd. Ijondon MRBpspors- curled -somewhat 'after fuhtao- >bj tbl I have seen HID last of It tliresbcd, drawn, loaucu and shipped for Bale, Sunny KouUi Has Ilcen d'rciil Adi-fiction lo Visilor.s TJils Season. lines, Mar. Mcl'hcr- paKsanjirr traffic man- ager of (ho Canadian Pacific i ail way, Jctl for San fraudscu nnd Los recently It) arrange Jircom-i mocJatloii for many of llic American tourists uuw visiting Cali- fornia who will rcliirn over llio Cana- dlun I'acIJle railway Jluos from Van- JptiUlo. Thoy will cross Rockies ajid Uic wpslorn thence lo Uii'Jr rorrUiiK official Mr; ?.'c- J'licvflon Tlirj most Itluuilnallvr; i-pcord of visi- tors in LOB and sort clllcj to youtliwcBl (FI viilud by Ijolcl incnuuid aparlnicnL proprietors. Tlitso men say thut :sil hotels uiul CO per tent, of llio Aliartniniu IIDUEHS are filled (o capa- city. All the ratlroivls runnlnR Into LOB have Leon running1 extra trains foj- thirty days, according lo Mr. Mcl'liprpcm. It Is c-sllumtGil tliat bnlttTf-n ;ind will Itii Client tnuiisls In Callfortila tills KcaRon. KAISER Hcnic, March 28, via London, March Wtlliclm IB siiiror- Ing from n'mlId (onii ot iHalulus, and (s undcrKoliiK treatment at Ilomburg, ucconHng (o wlroloas re- tQlvftd linro. Hit; physicians arc said lo have iisBUrnuro.s thai, wllh a rarcful rrfihuo of treatment, they en a 'effect a cure, Imt worry Is said lo IMS tJm emperor's rL-covery, After a t'ontlrmouB rosldonce In On- tario tor oltglily-thTCR years, Joliu Trick, Toronto, in dcail, "I liavc worked early and Itirough Mm entire eoason with, laic llic homes In New York, Uoston anil ollipr cast lorn cltfos, "Already Ihe (Me of the winter lonrlsl traffic from the capl, mlrlillo weat and northwest lias rcaohi-il a higher fiotnl than over before and the? maximum j sold Mr. during iho corrpRjiDiultng month a of promised graot'of land of flfty, acres, free-' oin from for leu free rme, HotilnC Mid build- Implement urid food' for re mouthd. To above bo rank of LI plain the land fironl Hal for member r hla aristocratic fanJly that he could to ".follow him. .'_' in tiro mnnfhy "advqn- rcrs bad ElKne4 women, illdrdn aTid ftnfinortsful o? heroism. 71 took a month bo reach Beotia, Ut day they landed thfff- Rot to lo turn tha forMt Into log a.tid vltuitloD Into a'clly. 'Irabora and hoards for the'most iiiloiiB buildings were Brought from From Boston, (a inifl Ihe, fjTvmffn'orlT o! St.'.-Paul's Chorcri, that etauncb colonW ruflnt. HE house which still. EOZOS tba Parade at I La upwiart rs. IJ.- contributed BCB to hla new; la which Bbortiy afterward cent flfc hundred of-, his. Oermsn oouslni built the (oivn ol Luncnhurc others IlsUfai I puttlDt up ft church of their stJH Btands, KhffTrlcp careful thew >x-Boldltrs could become thrtr fLuthcnn were !B Iba worfc. The vlsUor The Northwest Arm wu t Mrt os permitted to wilk for recreation In Iho-relied (TRrrtah. between ifio nial nuJ "wlngd of palace. Oulaido (he ralllcg fire nil' soldiers constituting Iho EO Inlermedlale guardE. The Ural Kiiaril Is within Iho rjalaco walla nnd (ho third DDl.tldo Ilio pnrV. fence. "Tto rflglmo of tho ImprlaoiiD of Nicholas Is applied also to all cour- Bnd Fervants who are prlsouera. Tho former emperor la not pcrmlltcd. lo go Into the earden ciccpL in my presence. Ho walks frequently with other prltionors, preferring llic snc- lely of tho former cinprosg, Count licnkenorK. former marshal of Ihn court. Madame -Nuryciituijc antl nounlC99 HeudrlkofC. Ho Is 'request- ed lo convcrso only (n Russian when In Die presence of Eoldfors. "Tha former emperor's chief occu- pation Is shovelling snow in Llic gaf- den, vrlitch lie enjoys greatly. Ho shows boylah Interest In whnt 'is salrt Qml written o( him, ilc does not re- scut cvbuso. .At prescrit ho la chiefly Icslrous of rccolvlng .foreign ncws- j. which aro" rirtiially unohlaln- ohlo. former omprass ig .in heller iiealth. She is _unablc to walk any atsinncc and Is carried In a chnlr even. frOm her own sullo lo her chil- dren's roptna. Grand Duke Alcife, Iho former heir td the.lhrono, has-re- covered entirely. ,He nroso from led on Friday for the first lime. When ho hoard ot his father's dethronement ho cried biiierly, not, in my opinion, from appreciation of !thc" slfuntton, but merely because ho was aftcctcil by hla paronl's- misery. Tho other children arc hettcr, except1 Grand Duchess Alarte. Ml Ictlcra and communications to Ihe court are-brought here final, f am tho censor.'' Here Captain Kotzcbuc, the com- nundanl, ahowod llic correspond en I romcndoua plto of envelopes awall- Ing cenRorshlp. Many. Judging by Ihe handwriting, wore from illiterate .nld. Tho captain exhibited hotllra hf "n cohitton usdd tor reveal- Ine ,v< Tho correspondent Ihcn Tlsllcd Rns- pulln'9 Bravo,