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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lefhbridge Daily Thursday. September 8th, 1010. THERMOS FLASKS AND TEA POTS la the home si Thermos is useful Summer or Winter. It keeps liquids hot 24 hours witho.ut a lamp or stove. The morning tea-. The baby food. The drink for tha Journey. And in ..summer it keeps li- quids Flasks to i... to JEWELER, Round St. ROOSEYEITIS CALLED A Ask. any of pur customers how they like' o'nr Milt and Cream and the way it is delivered "The-best-yet" one Tnan told us. A card bring a prompt res- ---ponse E. PELTIER Lethbridge of good'-things' to-eat'-afe to be' had calces and pies that, rival the: best that -any mother ever made. tried' this- bakery once, tre taint you -would bother with home Man at Fargo Caused Ex- citement to Run -High Fargo, N. D., Sept. who fought his way- to ex-President Roose velt and called him gave a had scare yesterday to the crowd at Island" park in this .city. Colonel Kooseveit helped 'to eje'ct-rlirm from the park. f The colonel had just-' finished -his Labor Day address, which was deliv- ered to one ol ,theC crowds he- has met on his trip. rainstorm which, came shortly be- fore the colonel .'to-" sp'ea-k drenched the people, thcrn sat through the. 'in- their wet clothes to As he spoke the last sentence oUiis speech, the crowed, then there was a rusli ipr the" Speaker's stand by thousantls Pvbcr sought to near "enough to see ColonelHoose velt at short range-and ..'shake his band. Those on the., plationii. pressed "around the stand, .moment, it was closed in by-'a--surging and struggling1 mass .of Some of the bolder persons in 'the crowd mounted the steps -that- led to the speaker's stand and Crushed to Colonel Roosevelt's side. A small.1 poorly dressed man-pushed his. way through the mass of people until- he could make himself the KOI-. onel. He wore a battered "hat- and was _ "I have a question -Colonel he shouted. "Who Pays Expenses .The men and women on the- stand grew silent: turn- ed and faced him. Waving phe arm, '.the .-man shouted ,..-_- "I want to know "paying the -of this trip :bi about the country." _ The questions-angered- Colonel Roose Vclt, and his-face-showed--it.- 'He ad- vanced a step toward his; iritemrga- tpr and shot back" his-answer. "J consider' that io' be ;'ajr iiaperti- he said.. have no objection to telling He add- ed .that the expenses- of the partv Page No doubt about an bed's ayKicnic merit; none about Us beauts'. .Nor -My about it-; b.-ing .yrntth it3- it hears the "Jclcal" duaraa-' tee on the loatrail. Thsr Guarantee assurco you of than mere surface excellence. It warrants real Its soowy caams! wii; stay us parts triil not loosu. Metal' Beds are ARE MOTQR NEAR? Looks-as Tlimig-b We Are on., the Eye of a -'.Xaval Era W Mtdo ia 98 differed styles. being paid by. the magazine .v.-iiich he Is one of'the editors." "You "the ifan shouted1 so loudly' that, hundreds oi .persons in the cxov.'d. could, hear him. As he spoke the Colonel Roosevelt stepped and ..seized his arm just-above the el- .fcow. He explained later that" he did .not know ,wbo the man was or what his-intentions and thaV'he ha4 -taken'hold of'.his.'arm -as. a., measure o! self-protection. the man from finishing what ae had say.- -He shouted er- Hon. G- P. Graham Is En- thusiastic Over G, T. P. Portsmouth. Sept. surpris- ing siateaieut -is publicly" here that the hew.. Dreadnought bauieship io be laid be motor-driven. The news from the Ports- mouth .Evening" News, which has often i j shown itself in touch Vitli-Ad- miralcy opinion, 'and now states in its editorial "We-'-have excellent autrioriiy for predicting-a'great-surprise' ir, conhcc- lion with the, hew battleship to be laid down. The; .Admiralty have deciii ed to try the) 'p-xp'erinseht of a motor-1 driven r.with-' internal com-1 bustion' The which-this opens up are tremendous, toilers will be unnecessary. Stok- jins witt not'be required, the smoke- stacks" will disappear, there will a I oi weight anci space, janci the bauieship of the turn re will {be an uncany monster of amazing pow I'er, rushing through the water at a great speed." The above, is a definite sequel to a j number of strengthening rum- '.ors which have been floating about in Service circles for some ciays. It is pointed tlie statement ap- pears to be'''inherently improbable, but on .the other hand, improbabilities have come to pass, as for instance, the u'se 'of steam turbines in the Navy. soon advanced from the destroyers "Viper-and Veiox. through the cruiser Hampshire to the Dreadno.ught Further., it .is now established by experiment that the Wavy is not com- pelled to use petrol- for" its submarines 1 lie-only'British warships at present nioTor-driven. They are utilizing crude heavy oil, much of it made from 9I'L T1 TH O Ihe Ireat Of The Season II 1 Am erica s SOPRANO A isr e TXTo'or'O'-rTrN-xT Scoceh and the results have giv MA'KES INSPECTION i satisfaction. Grades and est Curves on the Continent Prince Albert, -Sask., -vSrpt. "The most 'perfect newly constructed railway on 'the the gratified comment of Ron.'.'GeorgeP." ministci" o? alter a-trip'of inspection'o-ver ihc; These, engines using heavy crude oil have been-placed- aboard some ex. perimen'tal'ships, including the Keserv-e boat.; Rattler and {presum- ably ;the Admiralty are now satisfied that a number of high oil en- gines can be built upon, one shaft tc develop about horse-nower per shaft. With" four shafts, as in the case of the ,'Dreadnou'slKs, sufficient total horse-power' wuuM be developed tc give a speed of sv.'enty-one knots. ibfr proposal .arc now be- "Wby. should .you :when, you get at least as good here without "bother "or as much expense. ity St.' Beside Fiie Hall Phone 1181 ROBINSON MAY RUN OuparjvSept. Bobinsna, manager GT" National Cush Kegister Company, is th.e latest can- didate ior the'-.mayorality chair, acicrd- juS a number of his friends. Ho penses are being paid. by .the peoiile 'of the Although Colonel' Roosevelt :was the first-to act-, others ran, Quickly, to assist him, and even before 'the man -had -finished his '-remarks, .iwo: men seized him. The colonel did-not re- lease his-grip on the stranger "until he was moving'rapidlr fronrthe stand -and -was ejected from the" park and {swallowed crowd. Colonel Roosevelt" said that he-was .not-at all alarmed- by what (had pencd. He merely caught hold of the man to guard against.' any ol any sudden move, he "said. The man was- arrested-and charged with disorderly conduct He said, his name was John Martin, his occupa- ,tion .that oi a..painter, and residence in. Fargo. nipc; way car. The new roadway a r now trail in-construction.-' Heretofore, as of 12th anyone Seats j "i i st recifals ever; presented to' a ij tb-Kear it will miss- a parwitk tlie best and .On sale at Red' Cross Store will build, the stated lirst motor-driven bat- i system adopted was to-< cheaply as possible witlr view, ion for q iiig- MISS ELKiNS MAY BE er compare'd with the steam turbine! -win utterly revolution- __ warship conscracticn. British df ness warranted. Under the Signe-VS a choice ment- arraagemeHt1 the minister 'aims. 'A diamond ring, valued S150. was taken from a traveller's sample tray in" a Windsor sture. at making the road adopt 'a perma- nent standard at the beginning, which j necessitates 'an unusual cost la con- struction. The grades and curves ini the new roadway are -perfect hew. j- the exception of-one "pushev.i grade1' of twenty-miles in the 'Rock-' ies, the road is perfectly level'. grade throughout is fou'r-tcntbs of I one per cent, against westbound traf- fic and six-tenths- of one per cent, against east-bound traffic, the ruling grade being lowcx than any other, on the continent. The ruling grade on- the Grand Trunk from Montreal to 'M the Toronto is one per which is number of COY considered one of the best in Canada. The route of the railway is excep- tionally straight. The first curve oc- speed or greater lighting power, and the new flee: of motor warships royalty to the' of ths GRECIAN QUEEN. I cousin of the king American- girL IIP court yesterday a owners' were lined for allowing them to stray at large with in the city. Frank to pay and costs, or in all as curs 47 miles west of- Winnipeg." "I I-did C. W. Lowtht-r. and George Pe- T tr0nia jTikc Zc-alaski's bossicf cost TYLES letter tlian <5. "j ever, ractory equipped With new machinery tfirougkout. All QT -snartufacturina improved 50% style direct too. and Flex-, ille to ike last degree. new models on display today. You re cordiallv invited'to inspect them. in anticipated that I would find an ex- cellent said the minister when interviewed. "So far as T have .ex- amined it, it is permanently prepared for the carriage "of heavy jtraffic and is a credit, to Canadian consfruc-tion enterprise." Prepared to Han-alt- Crop, Thorough preparation has "been, made [ou handling the grain crop along the line this season, the'minis- ter "leaves tqaight for -Pas i wur He was met at Saskatoon -by M. IT. i his McLeod, general manager oi i-he- Can- i Jji'-nr. adian Northern, and a. special was' made up for. the. trip from that, point to. Prince. Albert and The Pas, con- sisting of a day coach, private car j "Xeepawa" of the Canadian N7orth- em, and the minister's offieia-I. Accompanying Genera! Manager Leod were Secretary W. I-T. Moore, oi the Canadian Northern Senator T O. Davis, and President .1. F. Cairns of the Saskatoon Liberal Association, who will make the trip through The Pas. The minister spent much o: the day in conference with Engineer Armstrong, who has just ic- turned from an official trip over portion of the perfected Hudson railway route, and he Mr. Graham on the present inspcc-, lion. i Reporisc That -Dut de Abruzzi Boccrne Monarch of the Ancient Land. 'New York. :SeW. .-El- kins, daughter .of the senator from- West stands closer io a tiirone to-day than ever did another American woman, with the possible exception of Betsy Patterson, of Bal- who married Jerome Bona- parte.' Napoleon's will robbed her of the distinction of sharing a throne. for her husband, after -their separa- tion; became king of Westphalia, says a Roin.e -di.s-natch in the American. With Miss 'Elkins the way seems j easier. The strong opposition, on, the part of the IfcaiiaiProyal to her marriage, with Due de. Abruzzi has been overcome, due chiefly-to 'the duke's devotion.-to ,the, nandspme Miss Elkins. Their, open courtship has been resumed at Vlcbjv' p'ie DTIC de Abruszi is. a possible suc- to .of .He their engagement froia: offlcial.vs'bnr- ces may be expected in a few or a mouth at the most. -.-It-is'ex- pected that, the wedding- wffl-. occurJis wjjg willing to' -rsnotince' "his', right of snccesBioir in order to marn.1" Miss ;Bun it is IVIiss would not 'hear of snch. action. Xorth. Now ..comes from the great-political; of Europe the secret of the; openly the devoted slave Am- it had gor. into 'dairy they are seen together. in ihree dozer. of sppcial seed v.-rthdrawai of the objections by Ital-lerican from the Experi-1 ______________ 'he toial damage being j horse j whom j jf i n m several g- at largo nn Dui- sin-els, besides hav fees, summonses iif owners, Ck'orso ri-e BulokostJ, to fc court tOR'orvov. r nnvs wore run in tii.-n Ott-ncrs ;ViH fees and ap- i But since then, in fact, -in" the last few weeks, it has become rery probable flint tfte Due de A'brnzzi.willrbe called to the throne of Greece. As kin-g of, Greece the dukfe- would. be obliged to renounce his rights of succession to the throne of Italy. The Italian royal- wo.uld have no fear of an American as his wife, possibly becoming queen of Italy. The duke's devotion to Misg blkins is patent "to all. As: kiag of Greece, a bachelor, there mis'ht be some disposltiqii on- the part of tiie Greek statesmen. tp choose his wife. Therefore, the, ;Duc Abruz- zi, who confidently promised ML" bride a throne, has overcome the Objections of the "Elkins family to bis renunciation, of his rights and titles, mollified the royal, family, is NEW YORK. TOWNS INCREASE Elmlra Gained Only to Yonkers in 10 ;lj Washington, Sept. 3: The tion of Yonkers. N; Y., 'an increase of 31.752.'- or- 65.5 -'-per-' "cent., as compared with The. ..population, of Elmka__ is "an increase cent, as compared with Jamestown, now has an in- crease of S.405. or 36.7 per as compared with- in 1900.J ,'f SOCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL" TJie INSURANCE CONGRESS Hagne, Sept Inter- national Congress .of Social and .In- dustrial Insurance in session here ;to- day. W. L. Mackenzie King, .Canad- ian-Minister of Labor, is the repre- jirt, and'the announcement from Canada. A CHILD onvictec Murder is Allowed to H'G Horre.' Bi.-t the Dies '.Jo.. h GUILTY OF ALLOWING MURDERERS TO ESCAPE Hamilton. Out.. Sept. Trapnell Wiis this To, guilty by Judge Snider of the escape of murderer? Tuggen from ino was i-emancicd for The was the s.-iine as sivon (ho polic ceonvt. Fred Mr-C-jlios? the other atter.dani, turned Kin evidence, THE.FOOT TOGGERY to his home after child Phone 513: 713 n BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA'S BIG PP.OFi London, Sfpr. st.-itemen: ihc: Hank of Nonh .vrao! lor iir.if yc-ur eroiny:'f sht I profits 64.1 If AH j'jividond sliil'ni.u? nor s'uaii; dt-clarcri .'inii 1 i ;-i o; -Mrs. condition is she docs nor shoiv Dr. j Hyrie's will try to influence Judse Laishaw to p PITH it the physio- make rtnothcr visit to his home.. .wore roado ro obtain per-! Hyde to yv home ho-1 .jhv- cniU born, out it vas Cravenettes Umbrellas i Hi A O ?BQ evjilreu Huspirni, suo.-i 'ibcu. ;