Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
x ;New Maugham Play Turns Searchlight names "of" historic English play "Justice." and it is an open secret families-or families of-.-grea: position, and that this- pow. I ;thmk the sooner the factor in helping to say that .leader must register which the Horn i himself r'ekV It m the House of Elnco Charles Beresford wrote Wf wo. letters to the Minister.- to- I referred in my last inaiy allviions have been made to the aiattcf of maintenance of British naval, 'an-. j premacy by various hiyh jnow Mr. Balfou'r stirrlcy ap-.. peal the government ind the to face tho situation resolutely and out delay., Mr. Bilfour's speech, iras ainst the past policy of his political ad- versariea. and in this' respect the leader. ot the opposition ground. not before contended that the .danger other than In the- future. But our relative 'naval position- declined- s> to prove that never In our history.- much as it has dOM.witnln. the1 last years he does of complete ol all the of 'the case. to ghow'tbat to-dar itif power of the British fleet is infinitely.; absolotely than. 'what -i t; ,ia- and that no material change curred relatively, to foreign couritriea; ThJa is go not raftrely; reason Of In her clost jooA no neisr vessels -which England UM .ouilr and Coventry, whose new home fadhc'the speed with which they have been con- Mrs. Winston Churchill's Action in Interesting Herself in- Petty Criminals May Be Beginning of Fash- ionable Pastime; Brook street is all but As In but house has bwn-delayed-by-dtfflcultiei-wltlij- the ifrench artists and wortaneri.-' fleet and of- the- changes, in organization of. for war. in important amons': these; Another American hostess who will .the institution of the system of. nu- be inLondon is tha nf She Is to go to and the creation and the former of these-was'carried flrst but will Mr. Balfour- was P'rfme _. ._ i of the fleets in 191S Mr. Balfour "was even A very popular. Charles ''Bares-, of the park, Lady Elvlny ford-r The Admiral showed in his first let- up her house in Portland square, -which; ter w the Prime'Minister that, whereai had provided-for twenty-five ves- years Bejs Dreadnought and. Indomitable sh6 has fSpe'clar DIspa should be made perfectly plain that the -statute will not allow. a> person to take a .name .which inspires confidence and then put the word if 'The "lender, does- not take HXLB 'the "hobble skirt" 'has been -Tf- KEIIASKAELE discovery, and -from ,tsi-es becau th'e target of. much criticism." the antiquarian point of view "saucer hat" is the valuable one, has just been mad- in ,-ire jihe name because it He because he knowii'th'at unfortunate to the conclusion 'that they ng with the: they are really dealing with." headgear of this type, of more than ordi-jmaj press .agent nary size, .the .brim at which- almost "con-i -Inoculated bei. metbdasAtnit his American .confrere, .-.-Tip jxur hat back, commanded ba jaaie awty.- That. Bacon, vrho occupied the bench, and mistake. .will .young woman raised the brim until (liirrx fooling theai and. it will be a. very her nose was revealed, "That won't protested the Judse. r arid the eyes are) [lucky agent indeed Who can set the rtory his fertile brain may evolve. T-- ,-asent, sued. Fra'afc of; the Prince of Wales S750. that air- "London, .was n 'ati d j cotti- hoodwinked Izat season wkerV- 'JDne was belnff played at Mr. TIFF IN THEATRE. At one ot- the matinees two .women came in Tvearing enormous hats. A -ma.n sittlns behind them made some very personal remarks concerning the aJforesaid hats- One of the worceji turned around ana talked back. Her conversation ivas also very snAppy'sna-personal, conveying the suggestion, that the should .own business and clearly inti- would not take her hat off. More, talk of an ungracious nature ar.d the-purtamTiven't -1- vr, The man- weirt-iut and the 'windows of the sou" in a case like ern feet an oid Roman boat which musi have saTed the Thames abcut sixteen hun- dred years.ago, In ihe .foundations or Lhe new pal.ice of the London .County .Council on the south bank of the river at sier Bri'Jg-3 tha workmen came upon some tirnfaera about twenty'iset the mod- surface and at the boitom of seven o' solid" mud... beneath was a of -cr-sari sand.' 'Experts declare ins be a genuine Roman boat, the Commons, while his wife took to visiting police courts to watch the cases thieves and otber features of ''the-' everyday -police court She is. frequently seen at Bow Street, her features- always evidencing the pity that he poor arouse in her -as 'they stand disconsolate in the dock. The amel- oration of--the lot of these people -is what ilrs. Churchill :has- now at heart.' During: the-'early weeks of November a good many of the: more prominent mem- bers of Anglo-American society will be down in town. Mrs. James Henry Is already back" in Grosvenor settlin Smith square; Airs. Anthony Drexe! will, for part of the winter at least, be in residence her husbandjs party during November. Ambassador arid Mrs: "WTilteliw Reid have' fOr service Great .Britain would have avail- been ara-ons her guests there, and her pret- j able, in addition to_the ty drawing room; P5 taste u-ith old French furniture and al-! hand, Ignores next year's PIM-" filled with onasses 'of flowers, has 'gramme altogether and -concludes -.that' in flf 1913 the British margin.of-superiority will been a''pleasant rendezvous of people. ae four vessels only- Tlfls can only "Be possible it Germany Lord and Lady Granard have been pay- increases -the rate of her war sMp coa- J struction Jn, order to complete the sixteen ins visits ever since their return frcra shc building or authorized be- America. They are now at Floors Castle, where the Dake and Duchess of Rox- burShe are entertaining a of the appointed- dates: This view is supported by Sir parties. With the opening of 'Parliament in a contribution to. the Spec-" Lord and I-ady Granard will take np.resi-ftator. dence at Forbes House, Hallcin street, and La4y Granard may possibly entertain for (Special Dispatch.) LONDON. Saturday. ON the ground that falls from great not necessarily fatal, are be- coming so frequent, days of Iiiqg shadow across, your aeroplaninj, the one of tho fore- built Roman boat that Britlsh pc-ricdicals. refers in in'Sngland. The vessel lies at an ancle of th :the current Issue to a number of 'Irish Perfecio' May Soon Be Asked For by Smokers Tobacco Growing on Extensive Scale for Commercial Pur- poses in Emerald Isle Is Aim of New Association, Which Expects Large Measure of Success. (Special Dispatch.) He says, in refutation of the reports that asserted ,found a co.'n of-tlie yoar 32 of the insensible in about five I have to tip it back trie great commander who off> arjd "Then I shall take of] and it fs; Rnrne- and held his tfc hc mu rclalned aufi-i ir.ri i- ai.a u "IVo. you wmnot." ruled the Court. lered no great stretch of wRl'.not'have a. wo man-in "court with head bare.V that this iv.irge formed part, II a; ihumble part., of hap j the f consclcus-ncss after stnkms the] lo them off his feet. Satui day. T tr.ay not be long before the "Irish jerfecto" will be as familiar as the "clear Tobacco growing Is being de- veicpe- with some rapidity in the German naval authorities intend1 to shorten the period of construction large vessels, that "up to date, iiowever. "there is no evidence of any such-accelera- tion In rate of progress having been' achieved; and it is worth notice that Ger-. man naval administrators have disclaimed anv intention to take that course. "Speaking broadly, the programme amended in 190S is beJng carried out.sub- stantially as proposed so far as numbers of vessels and, dates of completion concerned." It bas been that 3Kr. Balfoar, describing the situation as most "lament- able and dangerous, did not indorse the de- mand of some of his supporters for a -TWO keels to one standard based upon the strength of the next strongest naval Pow- er, while in regard to the method pay-, meat and the expediency, of a loan he went rim v -w j ,_ no further than Mr. Lloyd George "wijea cial purposes, but the iron heels of that u We vas a. I toss-up who carried ofJ the honors, but I j ..U...JAO J IttUWCi W" Ll.c hb __ j turned to England after h'.s visit oi in., over balanced himself, and in obedience jrecedent for the relief of American judges who may have to wrestle, Solomon flection to tr.e fctates, where obscure Instinct jumped clear of the like, with cases involviTiE therquefftl of the a dreisraaier's In the_ Court Judge Snajrge was presented with certain technical contentions as to femi- attended the Prison..Reform -Congress, is lad.ier ar.d the platiorm. He fell eighty-! of rhe opinion that thcri is no comparison two feet, bounding In one place off the' between Eng'.isii prisons' a'mi of he found surprised but INTEREST QUEEN United States, thi; being "inliea roof of a little.dome, which caused him to "r Describe a second parabola In the air. and (Special Dispatch.) dl During their shor: stay Saturday. In London! collecting, in which she has been share. It's a sure thing tha: 'C-j-jni for many years i Hannibal" would not have becji the BV.C- K.lag George Intends to retain Frogrmore House in his own hands for greater ac- cess i; was had Ihe mob been 1C-S commodatlon at Windsor. It will be used, petent. w.Scn necessary, to provide room for, jz energetic and well Lralnod a.nJ its guests when the casae Is full to over-: waa a worfc of art Tills was for- fiowlngr. It-will also be used by Queen1 i and the royal children when they :unalc- for lne had reauy faL-r to spend a quiet week In the and was in evidence a large part nine fashion which he fild-not feel compe- evidently intends to make herself ,on Court Palace T.ho Judge his dnclslon thj decided that the gs.rrr.ent was too long, Mignificant remark that he didn't-propose! but that U could be "altered withoct In- to-havo the courts used as a medium'to1 anybody's so that it wxwlrt nat be .surprising if both Mr. Curzon ar.d Mr, Pann round tiiemselvcs in rather hvt ws-tor rtault o' thtlr dcilre tor further service, asccr.doJ tho bench and prompt'.y tftat the dressmaker ITIU'E: ihe before she could typical scenes anfl visions of his past life as he widows of Jfcon upon a scheme to take over to British fcl1 a-ld rcSected rationally on his death e _____ He felt no pain wel1 :he rtklng the ground, but he heard a there at present are Lord anil Lady (Special Dispatch.) LONDOX, LONDON, Saturday. Idisniflcr; una An engagement which Is of interest to i -viin mericans Is the forthcoming marriaee! Jn addition lo Mr. Asche and the mob there were Miss Brcyton. who gave a very lilid porforaiinoe heavily wltn woe. and Mr. Jer. Webster, over cu'tc con- ho Ss honorary secretary, is very i a scheme to take over to British Discharging his advisers from j Columbia and Canada a of about Jydpe Snaggy again a hundred loadlnu business men to let on st: arc for connr.c-rclal head .on a rock, which the American Is well to, and iiiought aiotft to which the Britisher la apparently blind. Another Alpine fallc his 'a verv popular in Roman -society. Shc Amon has spent the greater part of her life inj There was a great deal of applause. Air. sec what wonflcrUil cpcnlnca there thr.fi, whlcJ: was the Impact of his Is to be found a wonderful col- ;he ner future hus-! As'che ihoulfi feel very proud of the hearty Jectloa of old furniture and curioa, wno j, wjtij tjje he or. his ratum to Wobw.lftv ocrfeot srcniua f on there. 1 London stage.