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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 2nd, THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Pretty Singer at Stailand Has Had Quite a Romantic Incidentally, and from the lact that she IE a'llogei.al real 11, Sliss Betliult 1'ortlllo, who Is now KING MANUEL'S WIFE IS SERIOUSLY Manchester, England, Oct. 2." cotton mill own- ers yesterday mule a, decision which may lead to vital stop- page of trade at the end of ntcnufte- of small dispute at one mill, which threatens to spread, tha com-.' v inttlee of the Employers' Fed- travelling the Starlaud circuit, being efati0n resolved to urge ill it present in Lethbridge, bai had Jlrms to their mills on rxccpiloaally interesting October 25, imUl the dispute lie career. Horn in Alexandria, Egypt, '5 acvcitlic-less a loyal British subject, IB settled. Over IM.OOT work- ers will he affected bj- the lock-out, while.' two thousand firms, with a capital of being the daughter o! Llealeaant For- Involved, will stand Btm. tillo, an officer Formerly in command of British garricocG In Egypt and i India. Her mother comes from an old Spanish family In Unnta, and met. Lieut. 1'ortillo at an army hall In Egypt. Living for some fourteen years In the. Presidio barracks at Alesudra, Miss Portlllo remembers great many of the entrancing and historical lights she- saw there. From Aleian- Irla she.travelled' through the Holy Land, visiting many ot tbe Interest- Ing there, Including Jacob's and Joseph's grave.. She s-pent tout years in India at- ICLdiuj convent, and has visited Burma, Delhi, Agra and Calcutta, At the. litter place ste ivent through the proverbial "black tote'-, a' natural orison, which ihs lays is wrongfully reputed as to tie iiany .tortures it has Inflicted on "I find that a great many of the. rustons' and practices In India are rAC.rdrav.'n, and generally, in this country have a mis-shapen idea of the country... There is anc thing tbout India that beats Canada, and that is. of living. Chicken ran lid purchased !or feo. i. pound, aiid bejf and mutton .fcr said Miss' Pntlillo to a Herald reporter today. left lather anil mother, who arcinow In .Winnipeg, at Ihe age .of eighteen, and visitcl Eng- land and Wales.before, coming to Am- erica. For. a "long time she has had her eye ,on_the lootllghts, ant] upon the completion of her tour-in Can- nda, will-, go York to Enter the Orpheum-circuit, playing in--Van original Oriental.act. During her .conversation, with, .the reporter; she recalled many of the The crisis Is the gravest known la twenty years. ff ff ff ff 4' ff ft 4 WILL GO AFTER RUMELY PRIZE AT FIRE A STACK thrilling incidents In her iTTe in and'India. She "was known as the "Mascot of ihs and often rorfe out over the desert plains with troops of cavalry, on stMrmish- ing expeditions: She was a favorite lit the Royal'palace, and with her parents has often been a guest of the Khedive ol Kgypt. H wjs only a matter ot course, that sho roce-iypj many proposals of tnarriage -from the numerous fl lian princes, but sae wanted to "see America and thus left them ItH unnoticed. While bent on going on the stage. Mis-, PortHio is an ardent devotee, ol nuMoor sport. She'.has led many English soldier a merry chase, on horseback living lit to garrison towns of to justify her record as a crack shot, hu many la- tereiiticg trophies o! Hw hunt hi In- dian jungles. is her trip through Canada, and says what every travel- krdn the says of Lelhbfidgc, that it Is .the prettiest them all. Shi 'spent many hours In the park enjoying the flowers and Her .native accent has almost en- tirely disappeared, and speaks English as fluently as she does Span- ish, Hindustani or Tamil "ol Punjab, which is.a patots of India. She has learned the Hawaiian tongue -also, Raymond, Sept. Raymond district will have .a strong delegation at the Dry Farming Congress Ollahoma this year. Henry Holmes, winner of the Ruinley _engine at tbt ccmgieis last year in Lethhridge, is going in again -lor the'Ilumley sepirator.that-wlM.be given for the hest bushel -o! hard .wheat. Mr. Holmes is enthusiastic over the. prize and prizes which are. boing to he giv; en by tbe congress.. Messrs. Henninger, Knight and El- lison are over in Slontana buying sev- eral thousand h'ead of sheep to be shipped into this district this fall. James Turner, who has teen .worli- ng lor Mr. Knight the past year a! utility man, has accepted the' fore- manship of Ihe Henningej dairy' at Pincher Creelt, recently 'purchased by Mr. J. T. Heninger. Yesterday two'pl A. L. McMuiiin's small childrfji were out at his yard, and the boy, as .usual, struck a watch to the hay- stack and had a bon fire. It did cocsiiierable- dam- age, burning several tons of liay and roasting a pig. The barn was saved. Stake Priesthood. mwiting convcncc last Saturday in', the Academy'.audi- torium, the counsel given, br the state authorities was to faVe ad- vantage of the good year and get out ol debt ar.d keep out. Raise a- lew of grains and several kinds o ariimalB. enjoys songs singing the Hawaiian tha western Irtedom from convention and formality, for H is much the same as in India, oaly Ihcre fhe freedom is limited to castes but she riid not know what to .say whnn asVed for an interview. 'leaving I.elhbridge. Misa Por- fillo will the Sfarbnd cir- cull, mul'thea oipocls to go to Cali- fornia, where she will remain until licr engagement In New Yorlc calls her, on the first of the New Year. Regina, OcL 're- orls to the Saskatchewan lent of Agriculture are to the. ef- ect that threshing be-, carried oa under favorable wea- ler conditions. Blight delay wag aused by vel and windy weather a ago, which held up the. thresh- ng machines for a-few How- ver, all'are again, worklagr .to their' tmost capacity.- Reports Indicate hat threshing should he almost com- leled bj the entl of Octoter: Forty-per. cent..ofrthe wheat crop threshed, 35 of. har- eyf and 25 per cent. flax'. rase yield of wheat will run close to 0 bushels to the acre for the pro- nee.. While the Quality generally IB marked than is usually the cP.Ee. Ovring to the scarcity of F080C1.11 WILL BE DELIGHTFUL EVENING WJTH OLIVE VAIL IN THE SOLS IVhile the Majestic tbeitre. has h'ren closed tor some time, Mr. Wilson hai secured it for Qct. -11, so aa to givi the people ol Lethbridge a' treat in tbe musical liue. On that'evcning th pretty ParUitn concoction ".The Gir Krom .Vumi" win'he presented hy a hig chorus in which Miss-Olive Vai will be the bright particular star Anyone who heard-Olive, in' "Mis Nobody From Starland" will be Ira patlrafly waiting for Oct. 11. OMv JG a peach 'blossom and a warm lav orlte in Lethbridge. She will have a caste of forty volccs.lehlnd her that there will he a merry 'jingle a ttio. Majestic on Oct. 11. Manager C W. EcMnudl, company, wa here today and arranged with Man nger Wilson for a big publlcity.cam paign, anrl he assures Lethbildge peo pie that they will not be disappoint ed. The company are in Winnipeg (hi week and will go from there to Sas katoon, Kcgina, Canary Edmonton, Kamloops. and Vaccouvei Talk about Czars and high Potentates! We have got a Ruler all to ourselves here. He can also do Binding to perfection. Come and bring your orders with you, or phone 1334 PRINTERS STATIONERS 112-5tK Street South TAKLAND THEATRE FOR CAL- GARY WHICH .WILL COST OVER HALF-M1LL10N The above picture vves taken at fiigmaringen; where. Manuel and.Prlncets .ufluite Vlctorfa of Hohenzoliem were married. They are seen on the tepB. They proceeded from thert to Munich, where- the Princeti was tiken vary 111 jnd hid to be ruihtd to a prlv.ie hopllal. ASKATCHEWAN GOVERNMENT AFTER INQUIRY ON ACTUAL PREVA1L: ING CONDITIONS OF NEW YOBK MILLION- AIRE SUED FOR ALIENAT- ING AFFECTIONS -OF A DOCTOR New York, OcL Joseph A, lake, wife of the noled New York surgeon, has served -Mrs. Clarence H. Ma'c-kay, ivife of the president of the Postal Telegraph company, with Ihe nc-cessary papers In a suit for 000. for alienation of ter husband's af- 'Because of the reluctance or both partlea to tho actioa to face publicity Ihire ias been a delay _fii filing the issue in court, but unless an agree- ment, la looked upon as Im'nosslble became of the. bltterneES of' the papers will'be offered'for at the.com ink lire. Mactay is c'bnBldered one of the' most teauilfui .and 'Intellectua women-In American society. 'She Is of. old Knickerbocker stock1, having been a Miss Duer. Clarence S Is one oMhe country's wealthiest men practically tho sole hefr number of Uireiblng machines are bis father, John W.'Macliay, one o! 'fling operated by half the usually re- quired number of bands. gold kings of 1S49, who at'.bls deaa left a ioitune that wa .-A number or ovrjiors of threEblng j placed at much more than macblnes in Manitoba and Saslmtche- wan have notified the dcpartmentvof heir wrilingneas toi move their ma- chines into districts In which there A considerable amount' of tbe crop to be threshed. Tho department enqurriaa throughout tho prov- ince, in in almost erpry .Instance ;be farmers stale that the fine wez- ber lias porraltted them to malie >regress, handicapped as they" are by ack of men. It TFO'jJii, therefore, seem there la not enough .work in any ona district to compensate them 'or the extra cost of transporting ma- cblnes teams long distances by rail; besides, most farmers'have by .his time entered into an agreement with .the local machine owneri .to handle thek crops. For .theie rea- sons, the dftpantment warns thresher- men dgalnat moving their outilU'in'to other parts of the province .without first bavins ma do careful enquiries as to the amount of work avall_abio, Tht average grades foe wheat are Nos. and 3 Northern. -Therb is no noticeable phortege of cars yet H would ajipear' now that dockage oh nccqunt of crachcd and broken wheat is not BO heavy as waa first reported. HIS BLADDER WAS TEfiRIBLlMNFUMED (IK PILLS BfMgirt Relict larder LdVe, Ont., March J6th. "I had keen suffering for Bone lime with ruy Kldaeys and Urine. I conittatlj puslnf water, which was very fcanty, us' Dnuy u thirty timcjn tim n friend of one ot the parties involver and.-bis statement was confirmed from an authorltivfl source Mrs, Mackay, husband iuc dcnly ktt America last June, lilting with, him tbe three children, served with papers In the ajltnatlo which grave charges wer made just short time before Mr Macliay inade his flight, The-servic was'iccepled jn ier IwbaH-by Arthu C.-Train, her personal counsel, wh now, presents her 1n usoclatlon wit Henry-TV. Taft, brother of'tbe forme president of the United Stile-. OR SHIRKERS? .-Those dairy farmers'who are care- fullr' noling the total production o each of their cowa-for the season ar finding some curious differences. Fo instance, In one Ontario herd th yield of a 0-year-old grade that fresh cneJ March 6, waa 40SO pounds milk up to the cod of July; her stabl mate, also 9 years old. that freshene March 12, receiving the same fee' nnd .care, gave only 2970 pounds o Over halt a ton of milk In tha short periorl Indicates a difference in income betwee'n the tw cows. herd, at the same fa< tory' between two aix-year-olds tha calved April 3 and 4, Is a d! ferencti of pounds of milk anil 6 pounds of fat up' lo tbe end of July Tlili means between JU.OO and tjiat one cow earned more timn th oilier. Are your cows workers or shlrXers Dairy records alone will povlde th means of ascertaining tbese facts b yoad ijuestfon. Forms for wetghln milk, either dally, or on three day monl'u, are. supplied free.by th dalrr division at Ottaflva.- in you- ter of application, etafe wblch y< w'ak. C.F. W. .United Mine Workers, ol .thia month pay the second. Inata' ir.rnl of 50 cents a month toward i international fund'to M strikin 'miners In Vancouver, Wost Virgin! EiouthctQ t'giorado and Cilgaiy, Oct. ol the rcoit mportant deals of the year was suc- negotiated today, between hnd, president of Star- Page 7 ON JAMES LARKIN ONE OF DUB- LIN'S LABOR UNION OR- GANISERS a. (X-t. 2. stating the case tor tbe icasterc at Sir George wlth'a court of Into the Dub- lin labor Timothy Healy made an attach yesterday on lie methods of Janvs-Ijriln, the organizer ot the Transport Wcrters' union. In the last fire years, he Dublin bad been subjected to more strikes than during tls entire existence as a cap'.- tal. Strike bad been bro-jght about trade unlon- w: im-auc m int entire b Kh, h t d ominicn of Canada, and at the an4 tno me, one that will equally compue be d w to ith any one on the whole continent. The new theatre will located on property owned by ilr. Done, titch is the iect Imtne- atcly adjoining the Dew Dominion ank building on Ihe corner of Eighth venue and Kiist street east, and will what little was left of the wreck of trade aud commerce in Dublin. I.arklD, added Healv, acted the part of Napoleon. His men obeyed him aa the French solillq-a ed the Emperor, and 11 was thai that present an actual Investment bro-JSht about these Blrikes. million dgilars. It will also be Im-J All employers had been the object cdiately opposite ihe new post of-j-o! Lartltt'' attache, and humble :e, which i; 'ar future. ce, which is to be erected la tfrs liad wo.-n o-t marrow bones kneeling at hfa shrlng. ENTENCE METED OUT TO EAO BOY AT BUDGET BY MULE ANO HANDCAR SUC- CEEDED IN GETTINQ ACROSS BORDER Vulcan, Alia., Oct. Thoa. aird spent the past week lu Cal- ary. Stanley Reid, who has hern in 'ashington for" the past year, is isiting his parcnls 0. A. and Mrs. cid. P. Beardsley.it building a large ad- tipn to his Pool hall and 'barber hop. The Ladies' Aid had an .interesting icetlng on Thursday last at Mrs. ichardson'sV Dr. Carson is enjoying a lltllo looting expedition in 13. C. Dr. "rokenshire is in charge of his prac- !ce during his absence. Wm.' Joaes returned to Winnipeg n Saturday night after two isit with his brother, D. C. Jones. R. Elves spent Sunday with Is parents in Cayley. Dr. Kr.owlei and.laniily arrived on aturda'y evening. iuteads ocating here .end. has rented the properly. The elevators are all. full and the rain is reported to be of excellent "uality; Mrs. -D: Jones lelt on Monday, for Waldo, B. C., where he will visit her sister, Mrs. Rosa. Clare McKie, a tad of eleven years, barged with stealing a watch and tthcr articles was tried on Saturday md sentenced to three years in the elormatory. He Ic.lt on Jlor.day n charge of Cor.stahlc- Shervillc! Miss E. ilouglass visiled friends in Brant during the wcek-cnrl. Mrs.. W. Schenck, who Is ill with appendicitis, was taken to Lethbridge lospttal. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick daughter on Sept. 20th. Grand Forks, X. D., Oct. Smith, of Grand Forks, reached home today from Mexico, maKing his es- eapo from Batapolis, Chihuahua, in a sensational eight-day (light by mules and hand cars. One of the most horrible experienc- es of his escape was in passing prcr battlefields of St. Andres a week after fighttng, where hundreds ol bodies ol slain. Mexicans bad been dumped Into shallow, trenches, the stench of decaying bodies being al- most stifling. Seventeen others caped with Smith; and four days they spent pumping hand cars, two o! which had been joined together by the construction ol a timbered plat form, providing room for people, tag gage, etc. Delose, Smith's companion, vrhi had to be carried 200 rhiles to reach medical aid; will recove from injuries sustained in the .earl; fighting at Ratapolis. ______________ WITCH HAZEI1 CREAM A delightfully soothing. he lolioD. which will iavcyc dltcomfcru of reughtr.ed cheeks, chapMd birds ssre lips, aci keep yocr skin soft and iboills. alyaur Drugget's. amburg, pet Kaiibiiis inc denounced tcday the At- antic passenger and frclsfat pool, iha agreements (n regard lo which casuo .o an end on December 31. Tbe dif- lereixces arose owing (o a claim 'orward the Co. ftrr a larger rencentage of ihe em. rant traffJc. A conference (s to be. held In Paris shortly, but Iti well-in- roruied circles, IE !s thought there U iiltlo prosiiKt or a tctlletnent. Coming Monday and Tuesday OCTOBER 6lh ani 7th "THE MYSTERIES OF PARIS" Falj .And Winter Excursions Berthing Lists Now Open Attractive Sailings by Various Rouiei MITf BD.PBII 11 MONTREAL, QUEBEC, LIVERPOOL -Nov. i Canada No.' Nov. Teutonic Nov. Laurentic Oct'4, Canada Oct. 11, Meganllc Oct. IS, Teutonic Oct. 25, Laurentlc GHR1STMAS: SAILINGS From Portland; Halifax; _ Xov. -Nor. 30.... Canada Dec. C ____ Dec. .7-.., -Mcgantlo- 13 ____ Dec. 1-i Teutonic CARDSTOX j business of this city. -Deceased j had been inteiested. In the business life of Moose Jaw-for twelve -years and shortly over a year ago the Kob- nsbn-McBeanrCo., Limited, was'or- ganized anil a flve-stotc'y department- al store erected on Main street. The store will remain, closed until Tuesday He had lived in'Tpr- onto for a number offcyear8.. Cardslon, Alta-, Oct. o! Mr. and Mrs. S. H. .Campbell, who, aal spring left Cardston for Toron- to, will interested to know that Bourneymen tailorc -In Scotland have received an increase of 10 per White Star Line_______ N'ov. 20 Ceilric, New York, Southampton, Plymouth ions, ft Jong Nov. and nee. 13.- 3 Majestic, Nov. 26 Oceanic Pec. 5 New York, Dec: Boston, Quee'nston, Liverpool Nov. 18 and DM. IB Arabic The LaurenUc Megantlc are the largest sleam'ors In the. ..Canadian Trade and embo'dy nil the comfprU and un-to-ilate.travel.-' Tho Teutonic, Canada and Arabic nre termed One-CjESa Cabin 'on'' hase ihe'best commodations at Second rates.: Comfort and economy com- bincd. For Ratc-c, Other Sailings, lliuslrat- ed Booklets, etc., apply .to nearest rail-' J way or steamship agent 'or write, W. PaEBenger Agent 333 Main fit.- Winnipeg j Ask about ov.r to Pah-' ama Canal and West Indies, or erranean Criuses to the liivlera, Italy. :hey have settled down after several weeks of sight-seeing visiting, in the capital .city ol Ontario. Mr. Campbell has given up the Jewelry business and has .donned the apron of a grocer. He has .entered into part- nership witi; his brother in Toronto, and is doibg business in one of the centres of business in that great city. Notwithstanding many false starts, Mr. ind Sirs.- T.. U. Kavanagh are this -weei. leaving Cardston. Mrs. Kavanagh will visit in the north, while Mr. Kavanagh and his son Ken ft leave for'one pi the points on the Lefhbridge-Wcyburn line, where an elevator of (he Alberta. Pacific Co.'is'about completed. agh was relieved of his work here by Mr, Ruswl till-recently .miller at) at tho Mills. W. 11. Willis, the genbl manager of the Calwon Cardslon's leading hostelry, 'Iclt 6n Monday morning for the south on a'well ejrncd Pr; V. V. C.hrislie Is in Lcthbrirfge this week, and wjll be- away for a of in- slrucflon conducted by the Dominion goverr.tnent for the veterinary in- spcctirs of the province. The: pptafo crop in Cardston' dis- trict is or.e.of the largest In the hlslory nl.the distilct. H Is-thought by many' that.lt will eclipse "the splendid record of last year. The 0. I': K. slalion is receiving a new ctnt..'iB wages. THE CUNARD to -xteir slearcaafpi- prorsT.etrt. for ifie ge irbich MAGXIFKEKT APPODXTMEfTTS. -Jcue, Srnokinjf-roow, d Ccrrcrw EaHr fer S. S. Tor of laL.bTi ar.d tenices fr Nsw York, Ijorat Ageali, or THE CU.NARB STEAMSHIP CO, LTD. 304 SfaW, iWnld wnUfM- tlii'ClmrtpiM Dvc. O.W lo Montreal, Poruxcd, "THE KIDLET" London. Oct. Victoria who came Into world- wide farao during the recent sull-of (jidy SackvlHo (o relaln tie fortinie of left; hw .by Ixjrd Scoti, was mitrrled Nlchol- son, son of air Arthur Nicholson. LIMITED.' Announce Christmas Excursion Rail Rates FROM IN CONNECTION WITH 0 TtlE ROYAL LINE MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO BRISTOL, LONDON AND THB _ ,CONTINENT Tickets on sale Sovc'mber.1th to December 31st, Inclusive, with return limit of..iiva mpaUis'from date of Issue. -1 Good .Going on R.M.3. ROYAL 'Q.EbRQE, from MonlrsJl No. 151ft. CHRISTMAS "8AILIN08 ROYAL EDWARD from Deo. 3rd, R.M.S. ROYAL GEOKQE from DtC. 16th Bnrth rftaeryiilons 'ind full Infe-rmirfld.n from uny nllor .hip agent, e-r writs o'r H. DAVIt, (SENedA AGENT, MAIN STREET, WINNIPEO. ;