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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta higf 10 THE LETHBRTTXJE HERALD Iniy Womn Slmid Take "Finn-Mines" LIFE Inlmnilt Study in Kecently Published Book i M u IJ Pl -Libbi" it Col'ca Kroa BIOO-. sorry .em lo Tfiui.y. own. Between thwe whiles joutualiftiu. Bobemlaaisui. glkuoiir of slase were .by tuiulug person- silly, the Till) an'iT ,'thu World divided gtulVE l-efor'e' Ue :found Truth juJ Ms lisllus Jar- s liobiiy.- October li of ban) 1' b-it'it wo-jlJ fed I" "r u Jote Mf lovintlj. "1 bid aj Wlitlat on ihe Ually News he want- it 11 to know what It feJl Hiio lo be bhouia asloolsu ibe by my criminal about lo be biased. So eijls. I aUecdad uo as I i Xexjale oee diy considered too cleier lo under-- We we.-e led through a long stone go tbe tirj-Jgery. 1 myielii pafiaaue TiiU what grounds God Newgale graveyard. Beneath eacli a poet. I weal to the IX ttas is Ilio corpsn of a murde.-, and aloa ihe vialls opuosite are their inlt- OKT., MAY ulh. 1911 publish tbil Iflter of dine KUICC of uoabte lo me aliJ wHich the vcxlM ail blesaed vent X am a KRE11. CAOKE. vx: box. 6 sut. JJc. M o: scut on of price by Uau'.ei', Ottawa. c-u lite BIG SAVING as and their o-Jtlooi gently attended e'ery meeting nllar, xnd boll l .N'ewicarket. At end ot ouieiy on Ihe rears 1 had km about i'6MO." ritU here and there Here was a proiuUing jouug man shade of -Teriuu'iu-ss never too! much to iLhlie them tiresome or bad loo keen srli. on holti knights ot ihe cap things, too irresistible a sense of inl- and nlor' to0 t'ule a rcpn his houV has appeared lie- j and things to becomp a Toller." Asid contentions in [hi? cool cheek was colossal. Once. It t not i before from Ihe at uuted In uulilic or private. He opined he former. "The crowd keeps llietn o( th fure'in bis joiinial, all Ihel'Yarsily land mpjoieJ lo be sludvme Calory's Municipal Paving Fli a GaoJ First Year sbu-Jld it oalt- uoae ihe worse, but .iH.dlVliiiwrlorlhul. As a hhiory of our hard at Trinity for nts dejreel, he ovtn social, diplomat- tumbled up Etaicsl his fstlicr lu Hit lc Journalistic. Hohenian- te treasured for lh- vivid views Calvary. Oct. city iminicl-j jlves o; ,b? across which hic'j bis cios-1 Henry l.sbouchPre moved throughout ,tja lots and extraordinarily A life. Ancestors i" Trade paring- vlaat. its first 'yeir. laid good paving of 52.10. or M cents psr less than the loveel price Hid to Strand. He returned bis father's cold ing surprised slare. "I beg your partion, be said. "I thinfc you bare made a tnlslffke. I have cot the honor of your Then he "melted" into the crowd "Laboj's" eerlltsl ancestors lo the slaliou. a bani; born at The Hague In sr.d spoke Krencti with an Kttglhh nrcsal. Hean1 born in l.oniion in KSI. His adiicallon, had he a docile pupil, would, ictbrdiae to Ms fatty's ishes. have'been thai of a conveu- Iio6si Ensiisb hoy, ble eipectiliocf of a fine career in he' financial or dlplcruBtic world. but "he" displayed-at the verj- be sinntDE of his' career a curio-jE anil character which did DOI seem easily any of the kcor.n] piths of 'learning inarM for tbej .-outh of bis poriod." He.was not only' aa infant'prodigy. 6e a Problem. Indeed.-bis lirecooity and tbe keen- Flou and tile t-loistered calm Trinity having tame hie er ratic spirit, the wide parish of th world "-as Jleiico (where he fell iir !ore "lib a circu p." he- saiil. "They are not so finu, ,oiv It lakes place, in private." 1 un- eralacd this feellns. It 1 were going o be naoBed mjrself. 1 should like the ereniony to tike place coram populo should feel myself already dead in hat drear; yard; nnJ 1 should prefer imagine, after or monlbE of prison life lo have one more look a ha world, even Ihouph that sere i liOK'llns mob, tefore quilting t forever. Tbe Bradtaugli Partnership Mr. Labouchere's famous journal of the stess of Paris, his foundation of "Truth." and his long and stirring po- litics! partnership'with Bradlaugh In j tup represenlation of ate, of course, history. Nortltamptou' And this his-1 already been touched upon In these I worst u i-BS oeen. columns: equally, so'is Mr. Thorold'sj tentative' called his repartee began to 3hov before the of bii tl Hamlrey, clatrical teacitlag -juore pictur- esque lie waft an idle fire-work, .ftlth a penchant for out-oM., Ihe-way adyenlurts.- For instance: Oae day. his sioit- o( pocket money beinj at hlgt-v-ater icirk, he conceiv- the notion otoolnz the lown for an hour or two; so irwted himself srnipuloai cure he sfJHed forth, ana entering the heat In tot place, eniaged a private room, and in a lordly manner ordered [a boat, of pnnch. The waiter stared Itnl brought tbe llcjnor aid.went away The boy harine tasted It, found i Assisted when necessary by j u Cuticura Ointrnent. They of an autiqu keeD the-Skin 3hd SCalpClean joaV sideloard. He waited a little I and'clear, sweet and healthy, besides soothing irritations :anj ,he ben ._... often prevent Sleep land proudly from the anuiti and if neglected become j wait chronic disfigurements. irf ite and estimate of "La'bby" as a serious, a jyesUru'ay; and fouud live elevators and a lar-soeins polilician. AtlalmoBl full, but cars tlaoding ready _ the Inoians.JK time well chosen ihe Jester losses to was New York." Vashluglen.' As ardent I aside his bauble for a spell to become lover be failed rieplofably. The circus and the ssge; here we proprietor where his adored dn'e per-! nave the man at his best and his formed discovered him one night' still a wit he nevei could Iwnflint at artists' entrance to j help but vilh'the flsmo the ring, him ivhit he clear and strong. His eloquence anil e4 j his diplooiacy llcarnt everywhere but I told him 1 h.ij 'formed an tbe show Lert able attachment for one of his ladies.Utat Henry Labouclerc was not all: and siniplv stooJ ia the passage to; day every, day the Hrock cf -poll- liK tiie'S.em of'her robe-as Journali.m. ills "common-l In Convalescence NA-DRU-CO Cod Liver Oil lii 11 you gel, in an snd easily asslmibted loim. all tha vetl-ki'.ovn tor.ic, ilrengthenirg and curative prepertles ol the bast Norwegian Cod Liver OH, Malt Extract. Cheny Hyccphosphites.---------, (n Cate5 tf colds or bronchitis, nervous debility, after lovers 01 vasting diseases, .or vhen you are "run Ns-Dru-CoTaileless Prepar- ation-cf Cod Liver OH -rfl teslore health and vitality. Get it frcm yo-jr Druggbt, In 50c. or SI.00bottles. National Druf Chemical Co. of Canada, LimitexL -Mr. Tttorold. "as I was sitting at his the spirit lamjt tlmt kept the abQut-his room, tbrongh some Mr. Laloutbere, who was ilozlnc. opened hts eyes at tilt" sound of tbe be murmured >ci, I laOghed quliti-uHy auj ivent off to sleep again. Cartoon by Toronto Star artist, giving'his idea of the standing of the for conditions to ret serious at lory is admirably! recounted oncf by Mr. Thcrold in a series of entertaining chapters in which the memorable ficlits over Uradlaugh live asain in stirring phi-sses. Most Intcresllni! are the Parnell let-i shortage at farilBton, which has ne.y- ters to Mr. been serious, is, perhaps, now. the A Herald the' gralu" Carda'to'ii. So ra'uch intominj frelsiit Is unloaded that etuplie's were avail- able at the rate of about sixteen day during It has been estimat- ed that in the year refeircd to SCO cars were unloaded at Cardslon sid- Boston, OcL 2S. Smalljior In Syd- ney, Australia, has caused the Inde- finite postponement of Ihe World's Christian Endeavor convention which was lo have been held in that city ed by. out of this, you d-----d-sense, speeches" .on various subjects be said .inil 1 got- the. House1 VCK often 'models of 'foiled in lore atd refused a Job: Sood-things well sli.a. lrf-opposition j tke circus he tumbled into diplc- he 'xai a Tartar, but.a Tartar Keenly all'tltt world knows.! relished by both sides. Whan fjortwd the sent] There Is no dpub'l about the faclj I altacbe to a legation where a cynic! that he was alwaye at his Lest when at lnl" tbe fo_ srsd out of Ibe hotel quit satisfied that he hid won the adntir tion and retpect of tbe. whole staff. Heating Cooking Lighting The Southern Plumbing and Gas Fitting Co. We have-the delusive, for (lie latest Kurnaco Fan Utiniev. Wilh this luini- or wr conipftc coal. your Furnace. ft wilPff'Ht you nothing 1'rrr a ( tion. KSTIMATIW The Southern Plumbing and Gas Fitting Company COOfER AND FIDOE8 712 .THIJ1O 901TTH o me, 'If you tbat jou are iitte-l Churchill. to set 'on in the service by hard 1 "is lore of llie pen was, work you wlll's'bon discover your his most vital characteristic, rror; far bttter will It be for you Uenblcd, indeed, his love of his cigar- j ;hat some relation tile, and Ihe Iw perhaps, "II're.; yo-j can prove if Tourt IB llie illlepnth cttvlsil: .of b-' porter Fure'isn .OnicV' H be oyn.'c rlghl." and Frankfort aod 9i. Peierrtiirg were all tried and found "warning bjr this as-: affeclions came into play lie j would take" up a'pen anywhere andl a- noVTong-before I dfscovered that j commit his tboughls t'n paper without I to external i during a debute in the House of Com-] hotel. Probably Mr. I.aboiiclierc is the only man who ever wrote for pub-. yirinE young diplomat. Wnlst at, and volurain-i Uaden he-tfcelvea a despatch oujlj._ vlfMut from Russell appoin ing hj end no ,nan whoi hlra sMrelarjr in the "WO-: eler more mstle.Service at Buenos -Ajrcs. lie; aplerlsm c-eBl replied as.follows: was 1 iMve the honor lo .icknewledge j