Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
1012. TTTK UCTITIVRTTWE 1VYTLY HERALD ft. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY LOTS IN COALHURST and Upwards One-Fifth Cash. Balance per Lot per Month We have sold a great many Lots in this Townsite and in a very short time these prices ill be increased 20 per cent BUY NOW, and reap the benefit of the Low Price. YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS HERE, take it and make money For Particulars and Plans, apply A, J. BL ACKBURNE CO. ACADIA BLOCK LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1084 P.O. BOX 282 THE WINDMILLS OF HOLLAND It Is said that there are ten thous- and windmills In Holland. The num- ber is said, however, to he less than it was fitly years ago, for the Dutch have, In a measure, subs'itutod steam and other forms of power for the capric- ious wind, On the eastern end of Long Is- land there I.e seeit old windmills. The curious nuly observe that tliero i-, a tiny windmill In many easels, perched on the lop or.ricsite the great arms, a feature that. a elng's curleel tall. Those who nave in- vestigated the mechanism of thc windmill know that the little winei- mill is the Yankee's ine'hod of auto- matically kecpins 'the sails on the great arms always in the wind. As soon as the w'ind changes, it puts the small whepl in motion, and this quick- ly rolls the ton of the tower and the big wheel around until It again faces the wind. Then, being itself, out of the wind, It. stops. Whenever the wind changes in Holland, hundreds of mill-keepers come-forth and labor- iously turn the tops about, by hand. They may be seen pushing and strain- ing on thc galleries surrounding thc towers midway between the ground and the top, or tugging at, the spokes of a wheel on the ground., Xaanland Is especially the homo of the windmill. It lies to the north and west of Ainslerdam, and every town or village In this district bogius or enels -In. "man." Zaandljk. according to one: travel- ler, perpetually remlnda one ot the old eiuery: "Do you sec anything green. OridBC-j, fences, doors, win- dows, walls are green to that of apples, olives, grass, malachite, beryl, old bottles, and verdigris. U was at Zaandam, a town in this district that Peter the Great learned the aft of shipbuilding. In a little nscum of this place there are shown NAVAL ISSUE IN Government Asked Why Bor- den Government Should Call for Emergency Votes London, Nov. Martin, in the Mouse of Commons yesterday asb-j ed Premier Aseuiith if he had seen the! statement in thc Duke of Connaught's] speech from thc throne iii the Do- i minion house-to the effect that cer-' tain naval disclosures were wade to the Canadian ministers on tlicir re- cent visit to London which had made it imperative that the naval forces of thc empire should be strengthened if so, was the' Canadian government warranted in coming to that conclu- sion coupled with this querry wasi another from the Liberal member East Edinburgh who wanted to know why such an announcement as the one the Duke of Connaught hail been made if, as was reported, the rela- tions of Britain with the foreign powers still remained of thc friendli- est character? Mr. Asquith's reply was non-com- mittal. He said that a memorandum had been prepared at the express wish of the Canadian government which defined with fullness the pre- cise position adopted by the Imperial j government. This would he laid he-! fore the house without delay but it] was now before the Canadian govern-! merit. Mr. Fall, of Fallmoulh, asked the first lord 01 the admiralty when men of war for the defence of the empire had been built, or were being built (luring the last four years, South Af- rica, Malay'States, New South Wales, and Canada, il this would be in ad- dition to those voted by parliament and was the shipbuilding program deemed sufficient by thc admiralty'? Winston Churchill replied that New Zealand had one battle cruiser near-_ ing completion [or the royal navy Australia one battle cruiser and two second class protected cruisers near- ing completion, ono second class pro- tected cruiser building, three tic-1 stroyers in commission and two sub-; marines building, all for the royal Australian navy'; South Africa and' Canada had clone but the Niobe and Rainbow had been.purchased by Can- ada Malay States had one armored BRANTFORD TRUCKS Ib. Truck, F.O.B. Brantford Ib. Truck, F.O.B. Brantford Guaranteed to jive LOCAL DEALER WANTED Our representative is now in the in touch with him through this paper, f Brantford Trucks Lethbridge Have Employers the Right to Dictate Girls' Garments London, Nov. the enipUv- er of thc business girl the right to say how she shall-be dressed'! This question, which was raised by Mr. T. Ellis Powell at the Newsven- dor'a Benevolent and Provident as- sociation dinner is being discussed wherever business girls congregate- "One city firm which employs lad- saltl Mr. Powell in his speech, "has put up a tyrannical notice with regard to their dress. It; is to. the effect that all blouses must come close to thc throat, and must not have any lace on the front, and that no large bows on the shoes, and no open-work stockings are permitted. "A breach of these added Mr. Powell, "would mean .that the ladies would be relieved of tlicir du- ties." "I certainly think that such an. or- der is needlessly saiil Miss Auliife, who has the supervision ot more than 100 girls employed by Messrs. Roneo, Limited, the great copying apparatus and typewriting firm, at their new premises in l-Iol- noni. "To begin with, you will notice j candidate for a business who is inot, in his opinion, suitably said the honorary secretary oi tho Women Clerks and Secretaries Friend- ly Society, of Buckingham street. I think, that once engaged, the em- ployce ought to.be permitted to wear very much what she likes, provided only that it is in good taste, and docs not. interfere with her work. "Tlie smarter the appearance of the girl clerk, typist, or secretary, the better, in my opinion, for thc firm which employs her." HOW THE MOTHERS COULD. HELP THE WORKING GIRL The problem of the young working girl and boy is one for every one to consider. The enterprising women 'of Chicago are forming clubs, called the Eleanore clubs. These are .boarding homes scattered, over different -parts of the girls can live under efficient chaperonagc, have a suitable plnce to entertain their company, and also have the advantage of the corn- these vessels affected the foretasted new constructions already announced. Arthur Lre inquired whether the Malay States ship was to be an ad- dition to the program announced in July ami Hon. Churchill said the Malay ship was additional. (Prolong- ed FERDINAND'S E'LDEST DAUGHTER ENGAGED TO CROWN PRINCE OF BULGARIA many models of wiJidmtlls, nmonc j which IK that, of thc first windmill erected In Hnivndmn. It stood In thc water, and when H was desired to turn the sails toward thu wind, thc millor vns obliged to got into xhls boat and, taking a lino, tow thc whole structure around until it WHS in a working position again. Later on tho mill was on a post and tho whole i turned about, thly as an axis, In same manner that one revolves book- shelves'. Theft WfctiAor mcthotl was de- vised. The entire edifice was turn- ed about from tin; bottom like a monkor's turret. Finally, the com- paratively modern type was adopt- thnt of ;i cnp holding tho aslo sails with a cos-wheel and spin- dle inside and easily moved .from be- low by a hnnd-wlicftl or windlass to the proper frontage at will. I The Lord of and the Ovnr IJssel Monastery were parties to a suit involving the question as to who owned thc wind nnd enjoyed thc right to employ it. The old feudal mnster asserted that Boreas and all the puffings of his checks that frisk- ed over thc country were his. Tho Hisbop of I'trecht, to whom thc suit WHS referred, decided (perhaps ijtt know on sivle. his bread was buttered) thnt the great lord was right in his contention Bucharest, Nov. hand of the lovely girl who may be Empress of the Balkan Empire is pledged. The engagement o-f Princess Eliza- beth, oldest daughter of Prince Ferd- inand, heir-apparent of Kouinania, to Crown Prince Doris of Bulgaria, is an- nounced officially. Prince Boris has distinguished him- self in the forefront of the battling against the Turks. If the cherished purpose, the ambition for which the allies arc struggling, be accomplished, Princess Elizabeth will in due time be seated as Czarina on the llrrone of the United Balkan Empire. Princess Elizabeth has a bright dis- position, is always In thc open air, and is devoted to athletic sports. Her father is nephew and heir-apparent to King Chajies of Kouinania. Princess Elizabeth's mother, Princess Marie of Snxe-Coburg Gotha Is the daughter of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh. The charming Princess, who lias pro- mised her hand and heurt is the great grand-daughter of Queen Victoria. So the descendant cf the Sovereigii- of India, as Disraeli (Lord Beaconsfield) made her, may be her- self an Empress. 'used to suffer from throat troubles, but belter health has been the result, and 1 think the. firm as well as myself must benefit. "I see no objection to lace, or, for that matter, the wearing of jewelry provided only that they are not con- spicuous. "In a business house employing a number of girls it would not, of course, do to permit, the wearing of bright colors, which would make the wearer conspicuous, and would clash with onn another. For that reason black and white, or all blaclc or all white (in the summer) arc .worn by the girls here. In black I include any very dark color. "At the samp time, 1 realize that a completely uniform dress for. every girl in a business office too often means loss in a girl's sense of in- dividu.ilil-y and .self-respect. "With the stipulations already not- ed, 1 consider a business girl has the right to dress as she pleases. "I am opposed to the wearing notice about such matters. 1 find a fretful suggestion to the offen- MURDER ARISING FROM QUARREL NEAR MIDLAND Out., Nov. Glycla- sayan, ,111 Austrian, was arrested hero and taken to Depot Harbor yesterday on tho charge of attempting to mur- der Robert Lockard, who is in a pro- carious condition at his home in Sim- coo county. The outcome was the result of jealous rivalry between Uocknrd and Glyclasnyii'i- latter is accused of visiting Tjockard ami his wife. There was a wrangle between the two men. Glyclasiiyan drew a razor, l; Is said, slashing him and severing nriery in his left. arm. He almost bled to death before tho doctor i'.r- rived "l am opposed to urn wearing sjmpaiiieui; wmi oum briglitly colored stockings and light: working girls are carrying we should never put up a can not go fur'wrong. Th There Is a central office downtown where the girls can get information about the places, and from whence they are1 directed to the home! fitting their pocketbooks. In one home .the girls pay only four dollars a week, iii another eight dollars. There is no pro- fit derived from the homes. The girls manage them themselves, and spend all the money that comes in on the house. This gives them much more comfortable quarters, since the land- lady's profit is eliminated. If a woman is not. connected, with a club or some public agency, which stands for the betterment of our working girls, she can brighten im- measurably the lives of a half'a or more working girls by -Inviting them to her home occasionally, by planning little pleasures for them, by being not a patroness but a real friend Such a service demands tact, but 1C the woman be in earnest, and truly, sympathetic with the burden tfhat our ig today, she iere Is'a big work here. Let the mothers and tho der quite sufficient. Unwritten Law of Taste women living at home heed the iuvlta- ticn in it for themselves. There are those who will say, we arc always confronted with some new "I find that there is an lt is only tUG Old one with law of taste and boimet_ To some people these reforms are atid and common-sense among the girls themselves as to what may or may not worn." what may or may not worn. t, havfl ,to do wlth Miss AiiIifTc added that one of but the wise and uioiighiim cuu-' most sensible costumes, in her OPHH probation, ion was the fiown, and that, l th lf in 11 ,'eralls an excel wording costume. While I consider an employer li n perfect right to refuse to engage ami kno'w by pnat experience that 1C something better. A, poor reform can iiuver survive. DRINKING CURED IN THREE DAYS BY THE NEAL TREATMENT The idea Hint the, drink habit cannot be cured lias boon proven entirely groundless by the thousands of men that arc being cured each year by the Neal Treatment. 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