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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Pajte 8, TTTE LETIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Sn'tim'lay, November 25, 11M I. Sask-Alta ROMANTIC LIFE OF A MINISTER Joac Chagas Has Lived a Life Full of Romance and Considerable Interest (Now Yorlt s now about twenty yours since Cliasas. Portugul'fl prime minis- niUK into prominence as libel- private life of liin victiuis ami deBtroyinj; rypiitu- tioiw by means of a [mil thut was al- ways dripping- vindUitlvenoss, he gahi- ed such notoriety as a ilet'amer ih.nl M-U piirtisaiin held him in fear, (ilt'tt'il with fine liyuro great ap- for n, bold-iuid roady writer, he mude his way iuto HKI OUR of lilts whtMv, ;IK is tho com- mon in Ik of Us bo hiy name became vvitli bhirk mail ing schemi's A-lik-h weri'-as profitable for him as fhoy wore disrcptilable. Thp lifu of Chagas. has pages which figure in a roinance. Franco premier of Uom Carlos, hnvinj; re- icived secret that the fte- [Hiblicans were prcpiiring a revoln- ioniiry outbreak. :it once put the pol- i-i' to work to. ferret out ihe pUu. but niorti than vague surmisi NE TEMERE WAS BURNHAM'S THEME Laurier Government Held ario Campaign Oilawa. Xov. House of -'oniujons yesterday prurticully spant, the evenint; session Uilklnn nn 'iem- re, the discussion belli j; .akon by JVKU Neu- Sill-line, Nov. .Mrs. W. T. Xlcliols a visitor I0 llnymond wooh, going out lu llarlan Nichols'. north west of town. A report comes to lown tliat a coal mine operating; pas-; of Now Sili-, line. We've to see tho coal now- adays to hellovo ii story like lliai. .M. Stewart, who was a vlslior I.. ew SUrllux. left this for 31 oil I- cine Hut, whore a position In a Iwni- ifaro store awaits him. Hr. lioblis. of Spring Coulee, was a lo Nelv Stirling on Tliiimlay, II. Burnhain, of I'eu-rboro. who as far as Raymond seemed lo. think tlm J.nnrier sovern-1 "rBClaj" nigllt- nit'iit was resjionsiblo fur ihis J McKenxie, of the W. Carsley and Incidentally yha-d a little j commissioners ,of Ca'lfiary, side llglvi on part 0" lite dpspicnhle I Was town on Tluiradny.nnd houfihi Ciuupaign waged the former sraln to he delivered at tho einier hi Oulurlp: il'lKtfonu. >lr. Riiruham tiuoted the rotfy of A- Faucet is loading his flan ilia minister of justice in Hie Luiirler j car of wheat at the siding bore. Thero suvernnioiil by Oeo. is wnsitlerahle grain coming In (hit 1 last session, when lie (old -flu1 week, both lo the elevator and th house (ha-; tlie government did not j loading platform. ss-em to know wheiher it had power] R- Kelloiv. of Owon School Dis or not in regard to Ihe question. The is that' though the British Xorih America Act gives pow- er in i-Bspeet to marriay? and divorce except as -fo the actual cerfliiiony, yet they answer the question hy say- lite result of their work. Tlien j ing that -ih-sy do Hot know whether Fi.uico got a brilliant thought.' I le knew that Chugas was infatuated with tain actress, who had received they have thut power ov no''1. "is it any wonder that the people of trict, east of Stirling, was a visitor U town on Thursday. W. u. Moore, a former re.sidenf Now was a business vtsiloi to town on Tuesday, returning on Wednesday night. M. R. Joh list on, manager of the Iowa Farm, weiri to tathhridge on .ihe country lose confidence i a twtam actreBs, who had received g0vcrnmeilir uikeiis irom crowns and coroneis! ,_, that she friyidly dwdaned ihe admir- ation of (he humble Republican quill- j driver. The premier induced thp act such u Tuesday. joined hy On Mrs Wednesday he wa Johnston and tho !children, and all returned on -M. .Macdoimld. of I'irloii. asked wesday nisht. what hi Mr. 11 irrntinui's the 'Hios. White, of Lethbridge, rested power of the federal j-ovvrtiment was. Now Stirling. On Wednesday, a.v'vj '-'he power they simnld say so, to why." tmd that he was named for an impori- Wm- wanted to know For.SiiJe by "SfuU'ord-Ag'iiew Co.'- ant parr. Hut at. dawn on that fate- r'uI 28th of January Franco hastily [changed colonels of several regiments what the decree had to do with the Ilnrnhitm: "It certainly had." SOME LIVE FROM AN SHOP TALK ADVERTISER pass a camel througli the iitnd soon sifter a long string of con- spirators sturt-ed for Portugal's Afri- can prisons. He quoted an 'article by Sir Richard Scott and proceeded to say that the decree -denied tho r.xln of the stale a needle. c.-.n do "something Charged by his fellow conspirators Uo say whelh-r' a law was null or more wonderful: we eau send a whole j with having betrayed grand opera ihrougli the point of a gramophone needle." "The scientific basis of s babit, and the aim is to m.ike the public buy your goods by ha'iit." kinds of ads: ads f-jv ptpide and ads for Four les-fs of a sooci ad: like, iTorouto (Ilcbe.) Members of the Toronto Ad 'Clirh SIM! ihnir mannfaciurcr guttfe'-.s uvre specially invh'ed, lisienud their monthly cllnner ou Thurs- day to iw0 hours of lively shop talkjlcarn' from one of the hear, xalkers and wonb a trs in tho advertising business, Mr. j11 Berber: Casson, of York. "A from President C. W. JIcDairmid an-j nouncod tiiai the membcrslilp uanir! had brought up the of! confessed openly that he hud commit-.) i.ed no other fault than having shared w conspirators them, Chagiis vahd-' JlT- Quoted the Calh- n ollc to "shov; timt the tiues- not been upon us." The the see-ret with :i dancer.-The whole revolution having fallen through on ac- count of this indiscretion, Chagas de- cided.to visit the punishment, on him- self. Did he mean it? However, lhat may be, some of his Friends happened in upon him just as.be had drawn Catholic Register- having referred E. GoldswoTihy, of (lie Alberta Wheat Growers' Farm, was a passen- ger from Weils Siding to Ltrfjibridge on Tuesday night. Chus. Maggnrd, owner of the board- ing house and butcher shpp here, came from Spring Coulee on Satur- day, and has snent the week in New Stirling. Since last issue the local agent of the A. R. and I. has ticka-ied among others, ihe following passengers to Kethbridge: Wm. Fisher, II. H. John- stone, Theo Brandley, Mrs. M. U Mil- TEST THESE SOUPS FREE (Offer closes on DEO, 18'rTT For a few cl a y s more Mrs. Edwards (who is really a famous trade mark) is keep- ing open, her FREE intro- ductory offer of two full- sized 5c.papk- ages of Ed- wards' desiccat- ed Soup one' each of the Brown 'and Tomato varieties Each package will make sufficient thick, nourishing soup for two people. Edwards' desiccated Soup is prepared from specially selected beef and the finest vegetables that Irish soil can produce. It comes to you in handy packets, all ready for the sauce- pan. It saves time and trouble worry and expense. Send the coupon NOW together with 50. to cover post- .age and packing, and the two packages will be forwarded :by the earliest post. EDWARDS HIB the church's "constant warfare again-per, Miss AValson, .Mrs. Pettifor, C, Maggard. Everything conies to him who waits lie will have a great deal more in the bank and stnmi ;better with file these "tint it did not matter whether rV1 is the Catholic church or Th-a people of this country be free, and nused, as in and was of.111'8 casc-jt.has been raised, it is the 1 revolver; He did not kill dirt-v "f a slrong and i-eatly' govern- tip to advertisers; Don't i.se words you can't spell" "Most advertisers make grta-t mistake of- saying too much." "Any man W.JIQ puis in an ad ro de- members of to nrid'Tb-'ceiv'3 1'eiul lllv? Public roulo now fourth in stransiii lbink llla" Ilis u're us deccpt- amonif Associated Ad Clubs Amnvica. 's unless it has the .Mr. Caaaon's address would per-'bait at tbe and tuo hook llne I.V5I. given TO popular at th'3 ers in the form of a stringing togerhcr "A tip to jhow best io sell them." of his notable sayings. Hero'are a J'0111' good: then find out few cf !hom: ".Advertising began far down. It atark-J medicines.and thy MORSE GOES TO HOSPITAL (wo "The I'niied Staves spends ovor a year, or day on advertising." "A bad Is an expense: a 'H ir. up (Q the manufacturer to put the vHlus into un article, and up tn the ad man to sot the vaJua "Kvery ad man is in a wny a Hel- "Sfo, because he has to know how to a "The oldest In the is; ihe romantic story." "k used tn considered olopliant! Washington, Xov. 31. President {hc Wardcn flf iAvlanla 1'tMiitentiarv to ings to be ad- j luinself. He went into exile, where lie j lived a 'prince W the ;'genecpus the stupidity of liis friends had placed at his disposal to ihe revolution. Four days later. Bucia Costa and -Imlf a doxon other extrem- ists avenged on King Carlos and his heir tbe astuteness of Franco in dis- covering- the plot. Chagas. on his side so lost caste with Portuguese Re- publicans that at a meeting in Setubal held shortly before the regicide, Ber- nardino -Mtichirilo told hint lo his face lhat he profaned the republic by men- tioning .it. The other day these two hugged each other in full parliament. The Carbonari now say lhat the revo- lution of October 5, 1910, was success- ful because Chagas -ivas in jail and knew nothing', about the plot. The (provisional government sent :a representative to Paris, inent not to evade questions, but to neighbors if-, ineanwiujc h and hustles.V e getB up "lira. Samuel Wills, who lately mov- ed in from the Johnston and Patior- ___ enforce jspn; ranch, J-has jakeiv-i-th-e bouse af New Stirling, owned'hy A. K. Maclean of Halifax asked Mr. Maggard, and lutc-ly run by W. T. Bin-nham "if in his opinion the N'o [Xiehols. 3rrs. Wills will continue to Temcre decree played port ant Jg'ivc mea'is and rooms as heretofore. part In Rumor has iVths Prairie.Qneen [Jo- Mr. Burnham: certainly played :is to open for business, and that an important part. The cowardice of 'the lessees are "well known in New rims. W. Morse, ihe N'ow York hank-jcha a-J jcr, to the foiled Slates Army hos- j where he was instrumental in securing at, Fort McPherson, near At-jtha recognition of the republic on the j Junta, where he will remain under j day of Arriaga's eleqtion to. tho pre- fedcral uulhorilies, and will be given jsidency. medical tile government played a very import- ant part.'' Other -speak-ers :were A. A. and n. II. Stevens, Yanco uver. Railway Losses Stirling. Nothing definite is given Edwards' Soup is also an ex- cellent addition to your own soups. It adds strength when they're weak, flavour when they're watery and colour when they're thin. It. improves the skill- of those who make and the appetites of those who cat. 5c. per packet. to-day jeutcateii SeaJ> it made i three Tctnate, Mite, f'Mt Breve tJr-t.y h .1 nourish- prepareJ btst beef wifrnk wgcttlltf. Th ether j two are purely aufs. V The. W. H. Escott Co., f W I N N 1 G R epresantattve s for Manitoba, Sas- katchewan Alberta F-ml nie two 5c. vunis' Soup. Brown nnd Tomato isc 5c. lo cover cost of L. H. Address......................................................... Please An outfit of about one hundred In- Hans camped near the wafer tank on Tuesday night, and on Wednesday folded tholr like the Arabs, and .sitcntly-stole They arc Crees from Medicine rial, ami motor omnibus fatality occurre It was reported at the annual meet- at Leadenhall Reginald Peek: tee that during the year a pensioner knocked down, and so seriously injui ed that death rest'iRed -be-fore he conk heriting a legacy of The Economy of the "GOOD CHEER" Circle Waterpai Furnace U more than economy of fact; though that is important enough. Jt's the saying'of your family's health. Hie "GOOD CHBER'.'.uves coal, because its humid nr is delightfully comfortable gntfully comfortable at temperature least 5 degrees cooler limn is necessary with the over-dry air from the ordinary furntce. The "GOOD CHEER" wves the lore throats, lung troubles and doctors' which arc directly caused by Dtrcbcd, over-heated air. Tina big Circle holding 4 to ant! miming tight around the fi jiol, evaporates plenty of water to keep the air naturally humid, refreshing and i cat thy. Before you decide on your furnace for our llookltt whicl tag Pa r Iioakict which explains more fully the advin- ges of the "GOOD CHEEK" Furnace with Ha tented Circle Watcrpati. 7 THE JAMES STEWART MFC. CO.. UmSicfl Mr. f Portage la Prah-ic) again introduced his bill last ses- sion -providing that railways -Uve west, where cattle had been killed, were obliged to. prove not only as at present, that the owner had been neg- ligent in letting them run free, but also that the railway had not been negligent. In the west cattle rim freci lie -explained, there being in certain dial-nets few fences, hence a law that satisfactory in would work a hardship and injustice in the west. In answer to a question put yester- day by sir. Clarke, FSsaex, 3Ir. Bordcn said that ho bad made enquiries as to 'the safety of Canadian niissiona1'- in the disturbed' 'districts of the Chinese empire. The maKer had been put before the foreign office the and ansurance 'that the officfi would take all possible steps to as- sume the safety of Canadians and British subjects in China. 'Also the governor general had re- ceived ,1 cable from the. secretary of state from the colonies in effect that is yet it was impossible to ascertain what Ihe situation of the Canad ans threatened in China were. Mr. Lemicux enquired as to the set- emeut of the Montreal longshore men's strike, whether1 it was temper iry or permanent settlement and if he men claimed more than they ob- ained. Mr. Monk said the matter irould be ia1ieri to the attention of the minis- er of labor, Urttish government had Ireen received out yet, but the Herald has informa- tion on good authority that, ihe con- workuig: for. the Knight. r 'tract is signed. Tins willche a sreat JL'o, a't Raymond. vThe freeze up has .........'Knocked them out of a tuid rhey are.on their way home. Urees are not traafy Indians, and T.RVC no reserve. This pariy goes retj ularly to Raymond during the beel season, and in the winter thay en- to ho fed by gasoline, and will s.iv'e hunting near the Hat. boon to the town, and without doubt the Iwsincss of New Stirling will be affected by the move. Perkins and purchas- ed a pumping engiive for their farm cast of New Stirling. The machine is iifllity a, great region, estimated in ex- tent at (15 million acres, in tho sumo latmide as the great wheat n-fioii of. region that may yet be- come 'the best wheat producing we- tion the great West. nonsiderablc elbow grease for the in- vestors, R. L. Damon, who has been operat- ing a ploughing outfit during the past siimmer in the vicinity of the left this we-sk for Spokane, Wash., where he will spend the win- ter. Mrs. Damon came up with her Hisband.last summer in the hope of bencfitting her health, hirt, not fin.d- 11 g this climate agreeable, she pre- ceded Mr, Damon to Spokane about two months ago. A brand new school heli is lying it the A. R. and I. depot, awaiting. to )e transferred to the belfry in the school in Owen School District ,east of New Stirling. This is one of the newly formed school districts in tho homestead country, and its l enter- is indicated by no leas an ad- 'O INCREASE GRAIN STORAGE Glasgow, Xov. n million ollars in to ho spent, for addl'Moiial rain storage on the Clyde. For Sale by Hick-Selil Jlanlware CO- FROM THE OLD LAND Mr, Cecil Partridge, formerly traf- manager of the Cen'fra 1 London way. has been appointed manager of the company. Tho Duke of .Marlborough haa offer- ed lo sell lo Ills tnnsnts ihe yll. of llnndhorough nnd tengland, for the purpose of cottageR, loud tit the rate of per acre, in quarter or half acre plots, The cottases arc to cost uol than II000 each, and he fur-' tier offered to advunce a quarter of the, ptirchnno monoy.-'. junct than when this now it is considered almost a sity for the country. a school hell. Time was as a luxury for a town, of tnem are known to 'Messrs. Mil ifir and' Deg-ener, and proved thsni profitable customers '.hoir short stay. It-Is evident that Canada is eririfc yot another vast wheat far u in its new northlaml, known as :Iie P-'-acit Rfver country At the St. fair, the first, prize wheat shown was one thousand miles north" of '.he International chim is made ''hat tho long sunlight of the far north grows r. ma) es whiter flour and bund Ll'ru. any other wheat in the world. On the banks of -Mie Peace River at Fort A'ermillipn. four himdred milps north of Edmonton, Is a up-lo- riour mill, run and he i fed by eidutrlcity. Tt. is claimed tliat ihefo las not been a crop failure there J'or .woiity years, anil on th-a Di-ir.c farm n 1908 the average of whent ran to no less (Imn bualiRlx to the nc-ie. therefore, coming into REPRIEVE 'FOR TRAVERS IN THE NEXT HOUSE Toronto, Nov. R, Travers, former manager the Farmers' Bank tliis "inoniing was removed io Kings- ton. All Ihe charges which arose outi of tho wrecking of the hank have boea disposed of, and ii is not necessary, tc- hold him any-longer.at the jail. Practically ever since his tentcncc by, Magistrate Den i son in the' police' court Mast spring Travers has been confined in the jai! here which means that already a pretty big hole has been cut in his sentence. It is said (hut ilie sequence to the Acquittal.of Ihof.c who wcro tried similar charges in connection'with the lion of UKI Farmers' 13ank will be :he pain of the claims of the ricposi- ors by the Dominion government and .lie release of Travers within a year, of Travers are already plan- ting to circulate1 n few months hence petition to tltc government to re- easc him from further incarceration, pointing out that hs lias freely giveif ill possible evidence nt the trials o[ he others concerned in t the formation, if Hie hank. ;