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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta M(Hifliiy, November 11,1912. Tira LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERAL1> "SOME HA'E MEAT, . AND Wm EAT" So Hobby Burns tersely describes the ticli, but still poor, dyspeptics. Ilut tlicit cane is not now so desperate lu when Durtis wrote. I'ortbc man wholiis the food now can eat without suffering for it, if be just follows the meal with a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet, These rcniarkat)le tablets banish the troubles of the chronic dyspeptic-the man who is bilious-the sufferer from heartburn, gas, on the stomach or occasional indigestion. Vou can ent hearty nie.ils of wliolcsotne food-and digest lliom, too-if you take Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets; Compomidcd by expert chemists,, after probably the best formula known to incdicaj science, they are quick and certain in their action, giviuK prompt relief from all forms of stomach trouble, toning up and strengthening the digestive organtand bringing about pemianent cures. A man isnostrongerthanhis stomach, rit yourself for your best work by taking Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets. Soc. at your druggist's. National Drug and Chemical Co, of Canada, I�imited, Montreal. Ub SPIRITED AWAY ON EVE OF MAR RIAGE BY BEAUTIFUL AMERICAN GIRL HE EXPECTS MUCH FRiCANADA WINSTON CHURCHILi.'8 NOTABLE DELIVERANCE ON THE NAVY-NOT ASLEEP ON DUTY OPPOSED TO IHE NEW ASSESSMENT SOME OBJECTIONS TO SUPER-ASSESSMENT AND COUNCIL'S PRESENT POLICY London, Nov. 10,-Seldom, ev�n at a Mnnalon House banquet, have more momentous speechea been delivered by Mlulstera of the Crown, than yesterday, which was Lord Mayor's Dayj an occaaion often seized uDon by the Prime Minister of the day to survey the European situation. Hardly less pregnant were the utterances of Ht. Hon. Winston Chnrcli-111. First Lord of the Admiralty, who In responding to the toast of the naval forces, aaW: New Squadron LOCAL KENNEL liWILL I Press of English Speaking World IiOndon, Nov. 0.-A mysterious American woman Is sought by the English probate court in an effort to prove the death of an English banlter, 'who, after disappaarlng on the ov� of his v/edding day. Is alleged to havo "died on board a .yacht belonging to the American. Tho ooiirt has been tor the fourth time asked, to presume the death of William Robertson Lldderdale, formerly manager of a bank at llmlnater. On January 8. 1892, Lldderdale, on the eve of his marriage to Miss Elizabeth Chapman, Iti whoso favor he had oindo a will, loft for London after dra,wing |5000 from his private banking account. According to a letter received from him on the following day by Miss Chapman, on alighting at Paddlngton station ho had met Miss Vlnning, an old love. Nothing inoro was hoard of Lldderdale until February 10, 1892, when the following notice appeared In the obituary column of a London newspaper: LIDDBBDASLE-On January 30. on WIss'B. A. H.Vlnlng'�, yacht Pore Bight, William Robertson Udderdale, of llmlnater; the result of an accident on January 8 Im alighting from a carriage in motion. Suibaequently MlBs Chapman received a registered letter, containing $2500 in bank notes, some tilnkets and Bome of Ml9B Vlnlng's vlaltlng cards. On one of the latter in Lldderdale'a handwriting was WTltten, "Was true to you." It has been suggeated that Miss Vin Ing never eitleted and until the present hearing no proof of this fact has lieen advanced. A director In Lld-ilerdale'a bank now comes forward with the statement that he knew Bliss Vlning, who was a strikingly feeautltul woman about' 40 years of age. Her tlill name was ^liss Beatrice Alice 'Hasledean Vlning. She tiad no fixed abode, but was an American citizen. She evidently spent most of her time travelling on the yacht Foresight, which was never registered with Lloyds but which wlt-nceaea have described as having been anchored oft Westgate In 1890. The Judge aaid he believed there was a Miss Vlning and expreseed tho hope that through tho numbers on the bank notes sonic trace of her or tho mlBBlng man might be found in America. Tihe case has been adjourned in the hope that the Identity of the woman �I mystery and her cqjially mysterious yacht may be oBtabllahed. "This year has wltnesBed important, naval dovelopmentH. The fleet has been re-organlzed on a complete plan, and an entire new equadron of powerful ships has been plaoad lu full, commission. We havo recruited the largest number of sailors and stokers of any year In raodorn times, and nearly three times us many men have been recruited in each mciitli on the average for the present tlnan clul year, than was tho case for the same peiiod a year ago. Before the end of the present session 1 will submit to parliament proposals for Ini-provlnK tho pay of cfticora and men of tho Hoyal navy. This, It may be hoped, will further stimulate our already buoyant recruiting. (Cheers.) "We had not proposed last year to create the sl.vth battle squadron until 1915, but by various administrative agreements. It will be possible to bring that squadron Into e.xlsteuco next year, and when I any bring It into existence, 1 mean bring it Into existence fully manned on a mobilization basis of active service ratings. This will Increase the.margin of security to which I have several times referred in the House of Commons. "What baa made the year memorable in the history of the navy has been the spontaneous and limultan-eou8 movement of the great Overeeat DoniinionB o� the Crown towards effective partioipatlon In the Imperial naval defence. (AppliiuBe. ) Overee* Ateletanoe "Well, at any rate, my i�rdB and �Qontlemen," Mr. Churchill w�nt on, "the union between the EhigllBh-ipeak-Ing people ot the British Empire, for this purpose, la already, on the high road to consummation. (Cheets.) "The year began by the government of New'Zeilind'placliiig at our dla-poaal their splendid battle cruisers. (Cbeera.) The year has wltnesaed a steady development of the Australian fleet unit, and a conaequent relief to British naval aourcea frooi thla strong and useful oliganlzation. At this very moment, dt the other aide of the globe the Prime Minister of the Common wealth at such a banquet as this at ^Alelbourne, 1b explaining the arrangements under which the Royal Australian navy will pass under the general control of the Imperial Admiralty in times of war, and In a few days, when the Canadian parliament meets, w� may expect an announcement of nav al policy worthy of the power and loyalty of that great Dominion, and of immense consequence to the needs of the.Empire ae a whole., "The future will require renewed exertions from us all. No one can tell what its 'difficultlea or dantrers may be, but no one who doubta the virility of the British Empire or the efficiency of the Britiih navy will doubt our resolve 'or will' doubt our Bbillty to come safely through them, Information received by the Herald this morning from private sources leudp to thf; belief that a certain amount of objcotlbn' la developing against the ilan of assessment adopted hy tlic city council last year after a Iqng discussion, and unless the advocates of the single tax idea keep hammering away in their eilort to bring about the reform, the council may bo prevailed upon to drop the changes intended for this year. According to the plan adopted last year, the council intended working; toward single tax by a graduated scale. To tills end, when the 1912 assessment was being made the ss-sessmcnt on real property was raised, but one-third of the aascssment on buildingjs was deducted. It At a meeting of the Uthbridgc Kennel club held in the secretary's oHlce, Hull Block, last Saturday cvcn ing, it was decided to join th�i proposed Western Canada winter and spring dog show circuit. The new circuit includes Winnipeg,, Moose .law, Calgary, F^dmonton and Lethhrldge, where shows will be held during the coming winter and spring. As soon as the 'circuit is" organized properly, dates will be fixed by a representative tommittce. It has been agreed to hold the next Kennel Club .Show here at the Exhibition grounds. Tlio annual meeting of the local 1 Kennel Club will be held on the first was Monday in December, when the elec- thc intention this year to deduct two-thirds of tlic value ol the buildings, and next year to abolish the tax on improvements altogether, thereby bringing into eilect straight single tax or land tax. However, there is opposition to following out the plan any 'further at the present, and representations to this effect will likely be made to the council lor consideration when the matter ot the basis of the 1(113 assessment conios up for discussion. If tlie plan sot down is lollowed out, however, there will be some haligcs ni.irte in the matter of super-assessment. The supcrassessment at present allows fifty per cent, extra assessment on unimproved property in the supcrassessment area. With-the assessment on buildings reduced ^to tion of omccrs'will take place. FEOGGING ClAOSE vision and be Is endoraed by the Lord Chief Justice. one-third of their assessed value, thejj^ ^^^^^ coniiderublc misgiving assessment on vacant property in tliCia^ong certaiin humanitarians, though superasBcssment area would lie biRh" i^^^ m^^^, London has expressed than that on improved property and: ^ ^^^^ ^ would also be higher than the actual'* ' ' value of the property. The recommendation will therefore go to the council to reduce the super-assessment from 50 per cent, to "25 per cent, for 1913, which will cover this difficulty and in 1914, when single tax comes into force in its proper form the supcrassessment will be entirely eliminated. Mayor Hatch stated this morning that the council had not yet considered the matter o( the 1913 assessment, but he did not believe there would bo any opposition to lollowing out the plan laid down by last year's council, although some objection had been mooted. Makes Sweet, Wholesome Bread Women write that the yeast they've-used makes aoiir bread, but White Swan Yoast Cukes nmkns broad sweet Kght and wholesome. Sold by all live gi'ocers 6 cakea for 5o. Get free sample from White Swan SpJoea & Cer enia,,Limited, Toronto, Out. TRY TO BEAT OUT STANDARD OIL CO Stockholm, Sweden, Nov. 9.-The war for the control of tho Swedish oil markets, which recently resulted in a victory tor the Standard Oil Co Is to bo renewed by the newly incorporated Bnltlsh-Swediah Oil Com pany, with a capital of. one million dollars. The new company la to take over,the buaineaa of the Indian Re fining company, which haa already obtained a foothold In the northern market. eOME RECENT BRITISH LEGISLA' TION DEBATED-BISHOP OF LONDON APPROVES 1T l-ioudon, Nov. 11.-Tho clause ot the white slave tralllc bill which ordera flogislng for tho first offense and which pBBsed the Comraona by an ex trcmely narrow majority, continues Key to H^nJd Subscription Contoil (Continued from front page). C.N.R. ABANDONED THE ROYAL GEORGE HANDED OVER TO UNDERWRITERS-IS INSURED FOR A MILLION ANDQUARTER SACRIFICE ENDS IN BROKEN HEART MAN WHO GAVE UP WIPE TO LET HER MARRY ANOTHER DIES IN KANSAS HOME Canadian Pacific Railway Home Visitors' Excursions -To-United States Points Return Fare from Lethbridge Miimcai)�Us or St. Paul $15.40; Duluth $43.10 Chicago, $(J1. to Kansas City $Gfi.90 CORRESPONDING FARES TO MANY OTHER POINTS. TICKETS ON SALEDECEMBER let to Slot, 1912. RETURN LIMIT THREE MONTHS FROM D/vTE OF ISSUE. For further particulars call on 8. B. Mitchell, Ticket Agent, Lethbrldoe, or wrl'ce to R. G. McNEILLIB, ' District Patienger Agent^ Calgary, Wichita, Kaa., Nov. ?.-The doctors Bald It was pernicious anaemia that caused the death of Albert W. Luce, 55 years old, but friends and neigh bora, recalling that Luce ha.d aacrl Heed his own happiness that hit young wife might bo happier aa the wife of another man, said he died of a broken heart. Living in the aamo house with hli former wife, now tbe wife of anotiher man. Luce outwardly was resigned and apparently rejoiced- that by giving her to another he had made the supreme aacrllloe ot love to make her happy. But to his cloae friends Luce sometimes confided his secret sorrow Gradually his health tailed. His former wife' nursed him gently, but in vain. Secures Divorce From Wife It was June S, 1910, that WIchlU loarnod of the aacrlflco Mr. Luce waa about to make, when he brought suit In tlw Dlatriot court tcr a divorce He had been married in 1894. Aa n cauae Mr. Luce alleged his wife, who wna many years his junior, had grown cold in her treatment of him and that aho wao In love with another. Rather than stand in the way of her,happiness he asked the t'oun to grant a divorce. A nnanclal scttlbmciit was aivangcd out of court. When the suit came up for trial the divorce was grantod without contest. Mrs. Luce soon afterward loft for" California and thero, attar tho alx months lociuired by law she was married to W. H. Wilson. V/lchlta already knew ot the romance, but it waa qultn uupreimrod for tlio second chapter of it. n'hon Mr. and Mrs. AVll-Bon went to llvo ut tlio heme ot Mrs. Wilson's Ili'Bt husband. All Live Together B\crytoDdy aeeuiort happy, Mr. Luce apparently the happit-st of the three. However, his hoaltU failed. Modionl skin could do' nothing for him. For wooks �Mr. and Mrs. Wilson nursed him night and day. When bo died |,Mrs. Wilson was5 prostrated, Mr. Luce came to Kansas City from Ohio more than thirty years ago, a penniless young jnsp, and ansassed a Urge fortune, vcott of U In (arm laad and city property, Aside fron� the gettJement l>e ipa4e his diviorcid wife the estate will go to two aUteri, Mrs. W. E. Olatead, and another 1*^ Loa AngolM, MtA J. B, Luce of Chi Montreal, Nov. 11,^-The Canadian Northern liner Roya^ George has been abandoned to the underwriters. Notice to this effect was cabled to London yeaterday by yice-Prealdent D. B. Hanna, who hap charge of the .ateamahlp' departmei^ ' Mr. Hanna stated that it waa not Owing to the belief that the Royal George was badly damaged that the atep had been tak' en, hilt the company .was'Mauming the worst, and that in such a case they had but taken proper atepa to protect both the underwrilera and theineelveB. Mr. Hanna aaid the Royal waa insured for (1,275,000. THE MINISTER'S REPLY Cranbrook, B. C, Nov. 11.-Mr. MacParland, aecretary to the Cranbrook and diatrict Conaervative asao-ciation, bus received the following telegram from the Deputy iMiniater of Labor: "Ottawa, Nov. 9.-W. B., MaoPar land, Cranbrook; I am to acknowledge your message of tho seventh regarding C. P. R. strike, and to atata that the Minister ia giving the whole subject close conaideratlon, and tniats difficulties may bo shortly concluded,-P. A. AcklancI, Deputy MlnlBter of Labor." Thla telegram Is In reply to a message sent to the Minister of Labor by the aaaoclation h-ere, and It is to be hoped Borae action will be taken that will settle the dispute. "This ChHatlan world, which has for a quarter of a century been astounded at the apathy of ChriBtlan Europe toward the Turkish atrocitlea, la now amated at the bare suggestion of in-terferwnce by the great Powers with the victors at Adrianople, and Salonl-ki and Tchatalja. If these suggestlona ahould balk the alUea in the noblest war since the crueades, amazement would give place to widespread indignation. "It woiild ill become Goglaiid to Join in thla selfish and cruel Interference. And those who speak the English tongue are of one mind in the hope that BnglaMl and Asquith w rF'� are just about us olit as wt LOOK People judjSe us, by the way we LOOK. The pian or woman with grey hair it beginning to get in the "Old Timer's Claii." This Twentieth Century docs NOT want GREY haira-it wants tho enorj1,00 and $0o �t drugstores or direct upon receipt of price ajij dealer's name. Bend lOo for trial bottle. Phllo Hay SpeolaUlea Co., Toronto, Ont. For Sale and Raeammendad by RED CROSS ORUQ 4 BOOK CO. Ltd. (Continued from front past). which came from ih�re last night say that Mr. Asqulth's speeob having made a great ImpreBslon, diplomats there are now confident the difficulty with fiervla will be aatiafactorlly cdjusted and goneral peace assured. Berlin and Rome, too, are beginning to sing love songs, instead ot war ballads, and the outlook, deaplte the utterances of irresponsible Chauvin-ista of the press and politics, is that, though the situation Is extremely' delicate, the thorough preparednesa for war of England will be able to preserve peace. Powero to Oeeupy' Capital Paris, Nov. 11.-The great Powers, Great Britain, France and Ruaala, constituting tho triplo onliator and Germany. Austria and Italy. Iho triple alliance, are bollevod to bo at tke point of raaohlng an agroomoat to, prevent the Bulgarian army toMi occupying Constantinople. The gOTernmeata find tkoiiolvc in accord on tho prinolple, aad native exchanges are In progroao aa to tk* means to be takon to kriaB alMDt this result. One suggoition la a eol-lectlve provlstonal occupation a( 0�d-itantlnople, with the eonaaat of Turkey, under the assurnvtlon that onch action Is necessary to pratoet the aubjecta of the reapootlTo nationa, and to maintain order. v Mr. Asquith was ^^aught Napping (Continued from front page! ' There ha."? been considerable oppo-; sition by members on the ministerial sidi! of the l^ouse to the financial pto- Te Live III Vanoouvar Leslie SllUker, ex-inapector of the police force, left the city last week, going to Vancouver, where he will reside in future. "Further, that action be taken by the , J^ITH^.ne ^l.'m. Some league, and by tho varioua cltlea com-1 ^^^^^^^^^ ^.^^^^^ piembers .have given posing Tt, to make repreaentatlona to tho aeveral westeni provincial goveru-raonta to the end that uniform legislation be enacted reducing tho ev.ll to a minimum, if poaaible, aboMahlng it." TO WITHDRAW SWEDISH OFFICERS FROM PERSIA (Stockholm, Swede.n, Nov, ,9.-The voice to their obicclion'to'the Irish Parliament being given control ot the i customs, as they arguo" such 'control' would enable -the Irish I'arllaiftdnt to introduce protection. The followers of William O'Brien qnly this mornini; announced tlielr. intontiou ol . witli-drawinR frotu the House during tlio proccetiings of the committee on fin- (Stockholm, sweae.n, J^^/'clauses ot tho bill. Tho govern-plendld _work of tUO ^Swedish offlcetra ^j'J'e^ t cons^aeriuK position in engagod lb tho instruction of tho .mil Itavy police in Perata has been called attention to by tho publication of a report that thoy are to be recalled. It iB said that they were to be with-drawp because they could no loDg;er be dttured of their pay. This la denied, hers. The foreign oflHoe here haa had no Information that their ler-vicc� would be dispensed with, and It Is not thought likely that Ruiaia and Great Britain Would demand their return, for they arc vary efficient view ol the adVctso vote in oommit-tcD. The cabinet does not npcDBsarily have to resign and is unlikely to do EC in the face of the lnte;:national crisis. AUSTRALIAN PETITION FOR VOTES FOR WOMEW Lonioa, Nov. p.-Suftrogettos are puriuing conitltutlonal as W'^ll ' as militant methoda of gaining their ends. They a-i'o about to present a petition to the House of Commons sell more of Buchanan's BLACK WHiJ TkaDoiy^ Scotch S2S 43 2183 ;