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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily ;HeraM, KING'S Pitt's House, Where'Great Commoner' Livedin Mental Gloom During-Birth of American Nation, Is for Sale King- George and Queen Maryj Have Family Reunion f at Home There. MAKE NEW BOOKPLATES British Monarch Will Use Design-Like That Commissioned for Queen Victoria. (JfiJOROE and Stetry. after'a brief London. jrooe .to Saadrtoyham, they are havine a family Cn. her return from the Alexandra, will at tfce Hail, stopped a 'abort-time betore to >far j for Queen of and Olaf are -expected in JfOTerober, Kins HaaSwn will later, and the royal -circle w; by ihe preeance of the members of their majesties' tfees Princess Sir. 'tiptoe, afeewrtt -tbevJBriK. on. hin crutee in Sooth IOT Ceylon. toiaor-raattors which toteMMtnr King- lately hASj been, new -Aealin. for his book piste. decided, that no radically MSTT will be wxprtred. Queen on the; London Daily Mail 'Says Students from This Country Are "Exclusrre" and "Abuse" Founder's Gift. (Special Scfemiit Describes t iL..... A _ i Photographs In Bis Relief. a i 1 tt the Rhode. at of Oxfort of BritUh criticism. It i. that tt are that and the out that fctmftW. tend to brine afcout b Germany and States ttoat wo of Ld ebat men to ttoeir MtoUMtkc attaln- for courage, devotion i Apartments Occupied by .Earl of. ..Chatham Remain as They Then Were.. The has made tip his mlad that his book plate; .aball in design which! was commissioned jfor late' Queen Vic-' torla for la the royal library at "Wind- j It shows the lion-scad the'crown ,su.r-j -mounted "G-. instead of 'rT-..IL Is likely to ciift- but 'heraldic design f LODGE TO GO UNDER HAMMER. TOO T Dispatch.) Satut day. WO the outskiris of London, one -of especial Jateresc to America, ara about to come under the s it nyas-orislnally called. n uncTC ON nllo I t used by his. father as Prince of hamm-r.- One is Pitt House, .--snowing lion and unioorn and; Prince of [Wales" The fact thai Queen itocher. Ales- aadra, has continued the -appointment .--ilistress in. her household, which the Buchess of Buccleugh still holds, means that there. will be two Mis- tresses of the Robes holding oSce simul- taneously, a. 'state of affairs which is without precedent at the British Court for several generations, past The Queen 'Mother is not expected much in London! .'this' -winter, but as soon as- the Court--Many American Women Are Among mourning is over and Her Majesty Is set-! at Marl borough House the household i the Queen Mother -will be maintained! with proper state, and it is now believed j court -circles that Her Majesty will taks j as active a part in social as siie has i aone for the last ten years. a house That had its .'part'- in one .of the most epoch making events in the world's retired in. to this mansion, an Hampstead Heath, then tbe property of Lord North, Pitt, "tbe Great t, 17GS, within a few days of his double elevation, to the Premiership and, to the Earldom of remain- ing there, s. physical and mental wreck, In complete seclusion from both. King and Ministers, for many months-at one of the' most" critical'periods of English history, when clash vritb the Ame-rican colonies reached its acute-phase. Had tae great statesman been able to be -at his pos-t dur- tury and a :haJf ago woulc', -have a vastly different ta-le to telL wltl be ofJered for sale by Messrs. Lowe GoWschmiat early in November, has been altered a good deal since then, internally tsan' externally, but all that appertained to the Chatham incident -has been kept religiously; Pitt's apartments remain as they were. as ahowlnj rutt made by the wheels of his invalid chair. The oak in which he kept .hie state papers is also preserved. Moray another of the very few re- hood, trmtb. Utodllnea tbe Patty to tbe wirit of tba 1 the most curious being an inner sti11 has its J on the top'floor, 'the door of whicii is'still jlawas' shrubberies and top "floo fastened by.the padlock" that Pitt used, j TVhen'the mainimj houses" of Jjoodon, is the other mansion to be sold shortly. It is very old. Once surrounded by fields, it Is I, v within five minutes' -walk of the High street underground station at Kensington. it still has its beautiful, garden and. rosary. Originally possession of the Moray family, it early in the eighteenth century into Earl required anything it the hands of ISJr. and s placed in a' recess outside and in answer to a knock he unlocked the mg the meniorabiej'year of 1T87-it is not I door, took wanted from the- recess uhlikeiy that historians dealing with [and forthwith locked himself in again. The events in the American c-ontinent a ccn-lfloorf: .of Tiis private rooms .are still sell it. came one of the most fashionable houses in London" and a fa-vorite-resort of society on Sunday Lately has been tfae poesession of, South African CENTENARIANS' RECIPES FOR REACHING GREAT AGE Them, Including Lady Dunerin Lad Bateman. Little Much Says Man of WO Years; He of 10% -Eschewed Fragrant- Weed, If at Older One Dem-ands Both. .nothing of. bis fettow undergraduates, .of the ideas of bis ootrctry for their "discussion, approvs. BOTTLES .1 THIS EXCUSE DIDN'T Captain, Overloading Ship, and 'Trebled Their Dlepatca.) [Irish Clergyman Says Young Men T yr (Special Dispatch.) LoxDOy. Saturday. the few Anglo-Americans to be seen a.bout In London, just now j is Lady DulTerln, looking as charm- ing as ever. man, who Lady Bateman, another American oj also J: I hostess who is expected to have j parties during the -winter, nas returned j in! (Special Dispatch.) Loxnos. Saturday. centenarians -who nave just cele- brated their ICOth and 103d birinday, re- j Mr. Wiliam Head celebrated his 10MI !birthday in Windsor TVorkUouse, where! i he has bsen since he gave up his work is', I a, laborer at the ap'e of ninety-six. But he; i still rejoices in good health. "Fresh Nowadays Prefer Gaudy Garb to Fireside Joys. (Special Dispatch.') Saturday. spectively. have been tellin? what they I moderation, liard work and the simple "-T-HAT the desire of youn? men to deco- One of the moat peculiar defences recorded history of. the Brtttah Board of Trade was that set up in the re- cent case of the prosecution, of John Rudolf Berndtsson, master.of the" Swedish steora- undersraduate of Oxford an the war ship j at the JDWonpott to impartparfi .eipect that she will eaow a speed knotoi.inore thaB the tweiity- j don -with his "vesael in. an overloaded con- dition. It was sho-vrn by tbe government officials Paunus entered the East India, a voyage from Gothen- burg.''Wth' her.load itoe one' and quarter .inches below the level, which indicated to the government's ex- perts she bad. left port -with some ninety tons more" cargo than, a British ves- sel can legally, carry. It was held by these experts that when' she left Gothenburg- the Consider the secrets of longevity. An-i life" are bis recipes for prolonged days, j I rate rltemselves in sartorial finery aiust have been eight aod one-naif six knots which the veercl muet oetenaiWy horsepower. j asronietry of-ttel that her funnels, three- in s number, all of arid I et at unequal thanthe_] 'of this" the fire conCrbl.] station on f ore" trfpwi. .Her hull "ftlio'j sign. .B-rom her to atoout qae-gfth -1 Jier lencth aft, war ahlp is built a j Ho iimotoe yacht has Qtiite In .sailor parlance, she no sbouMers at all." T3ie Indefatisable wJJl be driven tifoaii the not over them. Her freeboard forward renders: tils 4 Where a smaller vessel might .be engulfed thia'iattle her designers am- tend, jrOl a- smot-her, of spray.' tChe-i'dea power is that may" not loee aipeed by in weatber, and-" thus give greater. steadlmas at tbe gun platforms. Bow- keels are Intended to reduce1 rolling. Eigtot -twwlTe-inch guns are rnounted ia- centenarian, a well kno shag tobacco and drinks his, the prime cause why many fall to with: place their necks under the yoke of reatri- cd onthesameday at pint beer everj- day His only jesret is that be has mony is the assertion of fn-e Kev. Samuel views on how to pre- inot an allowance of an ounce or tobacco Hemphill, a distinguished Irish clergyman. sir. Heno' Tomiin- daily instead of weekly. tling .down in Lady Millar's house Grosvenor square- Mr, and itrs. Walter Guinness are MADRID. Saturday.-The Correeponden-jhojjse in Grosvenor the spacious] eia de Espafia says that M.Y. J. rormerly owned by Mr. Arthur "It-seems tliat tiie young men of to- jday.-' said Dr. Hemphill, "prefer patezit Heather shoes and spats and a fortnight's On reaching hia hundredth birthday he j who was 102 before he died, was the oldest abcut a watering a iwas gladdened by a message from King British officer on the retired list. He.wasjg-jjjg everj. night, to accepting ius The'a non-smoKer, but not a teetotaler. Up delights of family life. Their wages. moving very shortly into their newjD "f and the -Marquis of: the lastjie enjoyed a half pint of cham-Un most will not permit both the .j ___...... i OL A.U uc H t..-_ sartorial adornment and some sort of a Morgan has bought house known as Caaa de lliranda, at Burgos, up her residence Jn Charles street with L purposeof taWngaway the patio and etai.--jher daug-ote. Miss Muriel Wilson, case, great artistic works of the Kenals- Henry Coventry ;s another sauce period. It Is stated thac The In- American hostess 'who dispense ------.._ _ i sartorial adornment ana some sort 01 a Cholrnondtley also sent him wita his meals. Asnea recently P-Sjciub and s. wife, so they go in for flashy He has pleasant recollections for old ag-s and; clothes and let a lot of sweet girls pine tiQXLE. Wilson, widow is soon to take nearly eishty years' hunting, and at-1 the open air and a healthy, contented] out tb-eir lives in maidenhood. Better the ha-vTig led a' mind that tells-you what is best little tobacco I for you and helps you to get it. That's tributes his great healthy outdoor li: and not too much to e, usinj General of National Monuments. Senor Cristino Marios, has interfered and communicating with the Governor of Burgos to prevent their exportation. The guilders Minister 01 Public InsLTUction and i lieved .Arts is considering whether the Casa de Aliraada Is a national monument or not. hospitality this winter in Grosyenori square. Her newly acquired there has been in tbe hand: 'or nearly a year, and it is be- at the alterations are now ap- lo-wer in tbe -water than, she atwald hax'e been. Captain BerndtcSKHi contended, when lie outlined his defence, that part of the cargo consisted of glass botllee in crates, which were carried on deck." Dursnff the voyage weathar was encountered, and the breaking on board, flJlwl the bottles water; with Che result that they more -thaii trefcJed. weight and the vessel's loadttne to drop accordingly. "That's the most ingenious excuse I ever ruled the Orimsbr who sat in judgment, "but. unlike the bot- tles, it won't hold and fine -was forthwith imposed. a JAPAN FEARS LOSS to Wearer, of Hobble Skirtl OF WESTERN ALLY preaching completion. (Special Dispatch.) Saturday. hem to knee, thus temporarily reverting 'to the Directoire style. PRIESPS PURCHASE (Special Bispatcn.) Saturday. belle vefi to be Mrs. George Keppel aas lefi with the- ISTLMCTLY branded as an "Amer- jBari and Counwss of IleS-ester for Italn. i )ican the "hobble" and later on she goes to Burmah. China! skirt continues to be a special target MT1PII T Japan> which she intends toifor critics .of feminine fashion- Tfle aix or in Ceylon With! folio wins hints as to how wearers of jher children and Baroness Daisy de latest tyranny" should act in emer- SHOCKED BY BIG SHOEi (Special Dispatch.) Loaroos. Saturfliy. Turns Eyes on Germany to Replace England if Latier Declines to Continue Treaty. (SPECIAL The Duke of Connaught will find Cape) all Town Society somewhat different that described in the letters of Lady A in. Mrs.- Graham Murray will be of thejgencies are given by the 'Windsor Mag parry for at least part'of the time, A valuable picture, believed to be a Sir Archibald and Lady Edmonstone win! How to Enter a Taxicab.-Tfals is Ira-jBarnard, whose husband Kenaine MuriUo and estimated to be worth lhem ln d_ing j without the chauffeur's assist-j to the Governor of Cape Colony In----' at least has just come into tree r I X. September 25. 1910. That recent developments of interna- tional politics presage the end of the iance is the conviction most Englishmen resident in the Far They take a roseate view of session of Father Jeanrenaud. a Roman; -Mrs. Philip Lydig, after a long stay in tne that since Jt is unquestionably them the thcmeht in the j Europe, has now practically decided to Catholic priest located in Liverpool. A remarkable history attaches to the picture, which is a painting of a. iladonna. For eighty years it was the property of ajfor :vje of her younger Ask him to dismount and stand Describing her first ball at -s la_gfilj, shaped by wish {n vu you a-s you face the open door. House, Lady Ann states that "th-e heart> But tne thought is not theirs turn to America, during the nrst week then seize you firmly by each Sadies danced without halting at all, It i3 heid Dy practically all not to brickwl up agm4n. CALLS "APPENDICITIS" EXCUSE TO OPERATE That in. tha So- "it. veritable profes- exchange of notes or a separate conven- is In existence an agreement between Japan and Russia that gives a more de-flnite and a far more extended meaning to it all than Is embodied In the published pledge "to" .preserve' the status The'' conviction that this is true Is Mr. "Wood laid n uJhaai with tils portion of a road Sn combination, and al- though it has been traversed by about 'jump for the curb, avoiding the gutter possible. How to Hun from a Mad take a standing i wlth drum crbps at houTS the.When Count Komiira, Japanese Minister id night, the Boy Scouts now are to-for Foreign Affairs, declared that since Hard Hit. i strongly voiced by all the leading British This touches the British pocket. I newspapers published in Japan and China. declare that the "status quo" which two thousand vehicles daily, including !roW( --.vKhout delay, i nlr of scisors be dramfitiaeU. piay dealing with Britain Is purauiug- a tree trado i-.ioveina.it ia er.TUK-U "A Good Turn." ILS policy no room for d con- automobiles, steam lurries and or any sharp instrument! j no slcn Of .jxc-xf or and t.hA akart iin tho loft aida froni't.imt UA factor. Is i Bennett, at. wlLh that ne served uivin 'Kns'l'.ah. quo" which Japan and Russia joined to preserve is not that created by the Ports- mouth and other treaties, but is an en- tirely -new. '.'status of whose scope and meaning the British Foreign Office, well as the rest of tho has been K-jot la ofl2c5sd JjcisKdt Saturday, 'appeatfcttM" is a convenient. affords an eii to openute on patieots and that called, "succeasfiU operations" end fataOJr, far more often, than, generally are made, by a ciaMst Review wi M. P., M. C." term 'appenojfcdtls' gift from the gods to the says this medical crHlo. "Any pain in the abdomen tfcat ie not easily ex- plaioed.. otnern'lse is explicable at by -apptuKUcItiB.' One aeed.onijr recall frequent announcement .in tni nsirept- pers that 'on Monday a opera- tion performed oniMr. A. B. for ap- oendioitii and paMeat is doing veil.' On Wetaecday a no- tice the patient's death. It is witbta the writer's kaowledre coaaecotlre death aJtsr op- eration for 'appendicitis.' 1C a captala is the mercantile or narai service losai or even endanters his and crew on an iaqulry foltowi. if a ship, ?ot but rfases Jn aajno lOMtlKy, is opialan ot ;