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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Tuesdiiy, September 27.1910 Don't buyLum ilding Materials ol any kind until you examine our stock, and get our prices and terms. A saved is a earned Round Street Phone 763 THF PiniMFFD I IT1VTRFP 1 rllli rlUlNlliEJK LUlVlDEiK Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 at Letnbridje N. Letkbridit Taber Bow, lalaad Milk Ririr c CJaraaUolm Nantoa Carmangajr Barons Klpp Jet. V; The Biggest Retail Business in This City Could Be Created by Advertising Exclusively in This Newspaper! 5vo "business of i could up in tkis city THE PATRON- AGE OF THE READERS OF THIS NEWS- PAPER. AJVY BUSINESS which persistently seeks and; "secures, the patronage of THE READ- ERS OF THIS NEWSPAPER can be made BIG ENOUGH TO SATISFY ANY AMBI- mercantile aspiration.. If there is-any wisdom in.CONCENTM- TION? .then there is wisdom in a newspaper of publicity. Such a campaign is, AIMED AT SOMETHING has 'direction, There: are no wast- ed experJirjcieiits.: no adver- tising to prove }rour "frienalrness77 to some cause; or fact ion or interest. The patronage of this newspaper's readers- can "maie" any this city THE LACK OF IT QUICK- LY UN-jMAKE ANY STORE OR ENTER- PRISE IN THIS CITY. Andlmpreandmorerthisaiewspaper's read. are coming into the r- .self-interest habit and practice of buying things adver- tised in-this newspaper, lor they are -realiz- of them- every the that advertise in their newspaper are render- ino- them a; REAL SERVICE, And, they APPRECIATE it. KING GRATEFUL TO LLOYD-GEORGE NEW Carrying a Full Line of Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Fruits and Tobaccos THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. .JOEEONG (Manager) Baroness Ar- Hhgton Hotel BURGOMASTER DECLARES WAR ON SCANDAL .MONGER1NG WOMEN a minute' should be lost when a coiid- shows symptoms of croup. Chamberlain's Cough JRemedy given as soon -as the child becomes hoarse, or. even after the cro.upy cough appears, the attack. Sold by all druggists: EXAMINATION. FOR .CADETS FOR NAVAL SERVJCE Ottawa, -Sept notice ap- pears in the Canada -Gazette lhat a general competitive examination for cadets for -the naval service of Can- Says Cause of Libel Suits Generally Is the Wives Gossip Wtiile Mftn Work tfei'Un, Sept iS.The burgomaster of the town of Hattersheim Qas declared war on scandalmonger- ing women. 'He has issued a municipal proclam- [ation calling attention to the fre- quency of prosecution for libel and slander resulting in bitter enemies and costly litigation. The cause, says the burgomaster, usually is the same. While tbe men are hard at. work the women fritter away their time gos- si-pinjr and Quarrelling. Children are neglected and the households suffer. when the breadwinner comes home at night he hears the days events untruthiully related. .Then, as uhe protector of .any angry must, go to the police, a lawyer, or the Ar- j His Majesty Has Forgotten His Aye, si0D Owing to Chancellors Consideration (Spf cial Correspondence of The Tor- onto Daily -London, Sept is a cer- tain.-piquancy about the "fact that Mr. George present staying at Balmoral Castle, the" King's Highland home, as Minister in attendance as it oisproves. the. rumors that the Chance- llor sof the Exchequer was fav- or with the .first .-personage in .the land. For; in arranging the rota of tnese.Ministers who are to -be in. per- sonal attendance on the. Sovereign, wnen the Court has, removed from London, the utmost care is always tak- en to ensure that the Ministers ,se- jiected should; not include any Minis- ter whose presence for -a.: length. of time" beneath.-'the same Topf--would be, in the slightest: degree; unwelcome; to the monarch! ;iFor instance, Queen Victoria; at one time great for -Disraeli, whom, in later life she -caiae -to tfavor of -her advisers, :aad, until: her -feelings towards him. underwent a change, that g-reat man never was deputed to act Minister in. attendance-. And, at one period, Paimerston also came under the .During- last year of his' reign. King Ed- ward dii.r.dt" have' Mr. George in .Once. Helcl: Him' in .Aversion .It. was eurreiit gossip, -that his pres- ent .Majesty, as Prince of Wiles, re- garded the.; Chancellor with- some av- ersion.. One story was that he expres- sed himself-in no measured terms with regard to :-the latter famous speech "at ;Xamehouse; just 'prior last election. Circumstances, however, -since the King's accession, brought it about -that his. Majesty has hid- to see a good deal "of the Chan- cellor, -with the result that he has en- tirely altered his opinion --.with to him, .Ttfhiie. Mr. .Lloyd George has spoicen in the highest terms of the iung's uprightness 'and, ability. In the first place both the King and the Premier -were anxious that a. conference on the veto question should take serious-doubts were entertained" as to whether Mr- Lloyd George would concur in the and without his concurrence any conference would have been in a-osoiute the- advanc- ed .who always regard Mr. Asquith with suspicion', would have broken out in-open revolt. However, v Lloyd George not merely fell in the proposal, to take part in the conference himself, and he gave -both Mr. Asquith and Mr. jjairour to understand that .in so do- ing, he was actuated largely by feel- ings of loyalty to the King' and, by a ctesire to make his .somewhat diffi- cult 'position at the commencement of his reign as easy as possible for him. STOMACH AND LIVER PILLS bamsH that tired, listless feel- ing, by livening up the liver and removing biliousness. Good for tBe stomach too. 25 a box GIRL'S LIFE AS A YOUNG MAN Sold ud by ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS ada will -be 'held on Nov. 9th at var ious points in Canada including Port j tnem. Arthur, Winnipeg, Brandon, Reglna, 1 court. The police have been instructed to compile a list of scandalmongers an-d worn landlords and tenants against iatter received this intimation, saskatoon, Calgary. Edmonton, Nel- son, .Vancouver and Victoria. R...N. W. M; P. CORPORAL GOT SERVICE MEDAL WOMAN KILLED AT LEVEL CROSSING St. Catherines, Sepc. level crossing fatality occurred on the tracks of the Niagara, St. Catherines Toronto Ry., at Merrit, this evening Camrose, .Sept.. 'W. Ross, or Cypress River, Man., be- Ashton Smith was last night given the j wnaereci, hesitated, and then plunged ianperial Service Order for meritorious straight in front of the engine of a service in the R. N. -W. M. P. Corpor- rreight train, her mangled remains be- Smith, has served twenty-seven j ing hurled aside. The train was run- years in the force and the gift is the j ning- at less than the prescribed speed .recognition by the King of a devot-j-and due warnings were given. No in- ed subject. quest will be held. are new eztinty different frona ordinary preparations. They accomplish their purpose without disturbing the rest of the system, and therefore the ideal laxative for the cursing motfaec, as they do not affect the child. Compounded, Uke all NA-DRU-CO preparations, by extwrt chemists. If UBsatiafactory gsaciy retorn your money. box. If your druggist sot yet stocked them, send 2Sc, and we mall them. 24 A Chiahul of CtemJo, Limited. was duly conveyed to him, w.ith much, gratification. Defended Queen Mother .-In the second place, .Lloyd George as Chancellor.-of the Exchequ- er, was ex-officio chairman of the Committee which- settled the Civil in that capacity, fre- quently, brought in contact with the King, and -displayed a -delicacy and .an anxiety to meet his wishes which >won his warm gratitude. For Mr. Lloyd George is and now recog- nizes this more clearly than the King himsell, by all the advanced Radicals as their natural leader, and it was! very -l-argely -due to his influence and authority with them that not a single Liberal or Radical member voted in ravor of the Laborites' amendment to cut -down the annual allowance for the Koyai family by some the very much touched by the and loyalty of -language in which Mr. Lloyd George repelled' Mr. Keir Hardie's j somewhat unseemly attacks on the Mueen-Mother. And he assured the Chancellor that lie was grateful to him not only as King, but also as a son, wnose mouth was closed, by the ex- igencies of his position, while his mother was attacked in .public. A Concession to Wales And lastly, as soon as his Majesty created his eldest son Prince of Walet a. movement was set on foot to-peti- tion -the King that the Prince might .be formally invested with the title at some town in Wales itself. The-m- animity with which the idea has-been talceii up in the principality -is very largely due to the enthusiasm .with which Mr. .Lloyd "George, the most prominent: living Welshman, has, sup- ported and it has now been-decided chat the investiture: will take "place, probably ;nert year, ..either at Cardiff ,or at. Carnarvon. .Mr.. Lloyd George 'King a ceremony jfeiild nest possible effect TnHhe principality in the interests Royal house an-d, the King :with had played in -the matter. Thus all probability 'of friction be- trween the hew. .King-aitd perhaps, the most prominent onetiiber- of-'his Gov- ernment has.'.happily .been" removed, and- Mr. L-loyd George has the satis- raction of fcno-wing he stands .well with the. Sovereign as well .as with the" people. "In one" of h'is colleagues remafked the other day. "We are "in the days of the U-eorges." STORM CAUSED BIG SEAS TO ROLL ON LAKE'ONTARIO Toronto, Sept. sea that known on Lake.On- tario for years-was caused by .Satur- day's arid Sun-day's severe, Both passenger and freight traffic on the lake 'was -Steam- ers are hours time behind, "their while in one regular or -two instances passenger 'steamers have not as yet arrived -at their destina- tion; One of the isost spectacular marine battles was seen at Hami Itpn harbor wnen the freight steamer" Kenora, is to lighter the wrecking steam er Corunna. at. "Windsor, fought-the storm for three hours to enter, and was then forced, to leave for Windsor witnout successful.. POPE AUTHORIZES OPEN AIR DEMONSTRATION Madrid, Sept Central com- mittee of the clericals has-received a message from Fiug X.. -hroug-h Car- dinal Merry Del.Val, the -pa-pal- secre- tary of state, authorizing the-holding of open air masses and Catholic dem- onstrations on Sunday. The message also contained the apostolic rWessing. Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and No matter how long- it been gray or faded. Promotes a luxuriant growth of healthy hair. hair and floaty. "Will not soil ikis orlinen. Will not injure yourhair. Can be Kited without detection. Is not a Send 2c for Ttxxxts _ sftbeHair and Skin." Pbllo Hav Spec. Co., Newark, 'K, j., XJ-3. A-, and Toronto, CM. IKVSE AIX dye. "The tt ftc. littles, at J. D. Higinbotham Co: Ltd. Alberta Drug- and Book Co. 4 to England, and exhaustive inquiries Strange Experience in Aus- tralia Worked as Cellerman .London, Sept a prolong- ed search, tooth in .Australia and in this country, the mystery of the dis- appearance of' a Colchester., young woman has 'been solved in a surpris- ing manner. She was tracked down at'Fremantle, ..Western 'Australia, ,wnere tie authorities discovered that ror some months she had discarded tihe-garb of her sex, masqueraded as a man, and followed male occupations. The adventurous young woman isr Margaret Bale, daughter of a retired major .of a West Indian regiment, liv- ing at Cc-lchester. The major is .well Known authority on heraldry and archaeology, and in 'great re- spect in-the Essex town. .His, daughter left this country -for Australia a few years and until the middle of. December last was em- ployed .as a school Ksl- gborlie. was regarded.as a most She Knew several languages, -w-a's a skil- ful .pianist an-d and sang with some ability. She enjoyed -the conri-dence of her principals.. After -completing three years at. the school she announced her intention of going, to- Perth, .with the abject, of re-, turning to this country to" comfort and solace her then on her oed. She left Kalgoorlie -with in her possession, .booked -her pas- sage 'by-one of the White Star steam- to-give-an air of veri- similitude to, a which she 'Had already mapped in respect of her future movements, awaiting the departure of the boat she took up her in the en-: virons of the city in an. establishment devoted to charity and religion. Three o.ays before Christmas she announc- ed her intention of gofllg out to pur- cnase a quantity of clothing for her and she. went out with about in her possession. She failed to return, and until she -was .-discovered recently all trace of her was lost Carefully'Laid Plans Her strange adventures -during the intervening period are tola in the v.Ferth. Sunday which -pu'b- lished the portrait of the missing -wo- man that led to her discovery. it was ascertained that Miss Bale went into a clothing store in_. Perth arid .purchased a suit of boy's cloth- Ing and a pair of boy's -boots. She was wearing at the time a soft.tweed fiat, which could 'be readily adapted. She afterwards joined the train at West Perth and left it at Cotteslpe Beach to have her "hair cut short. She next scrambled down the rocks onto the beach, changed into .mascu- line 'garments, and buried some, olj discarded' clothes In the sands. The remainder she packed into a par- cel and sent through the post to a cnarltable institution. -Miss Bale then began her new ca- reer ajfe a man. This disguise was comple% and no one would have sus- pected the refined young lady on see- ing the well groomed "young man." with hair parted in, the centre, and neck gear of the latest style. She round, employment at a paper bag tactory, -but soon tiring of this mon- otonous occupation, "Martin as Miss Bale now called herself, se- cured a temporary position in the Fre- mantle office of -the Australian Na- tional Liberal League. She took an active part in the' Federal elections and joined in. the open-air campaign. As Club Steward Her next move was to act as stew- ard at the Fremantle Club, and her aristocratic bearing and geniality won her much popularity among the clufb members, some of whom 'were con- fident that their steward was non other than the scion of an ancient British house. The stewardship lasted but a .brief .period. Answering an advertisement Miss Bale obtained a post as "strong and cellarman" at the Oddfellows Jtiotel. This adventure 'was a failure, So the young woman started business on her own account A shop was nireci, and stocked with picture post cards an-d stationery. Custom was not 'brisk, however, an-d .the eetab- Jisnment was shut and Miss Bale van- isried once more. Meanwhile her relatives had be- come alarmed that she did not return were made. A portrait of the young lady whicb appeared in the "Perth Sunday -was recognized by a shop assistant at Frernantle, who, adopting tihe device of the captain of the Montrose in the Crippen case, encircled the head and neck with t a piece of paper and became convinced tnat the woman was none ottaer than of the picture postcard shop. The authori- ties were informed, and Miss Bale was traced to .a chocolate' factory in 'the. town, where she was employed as a cierk in the counting house. :ln an.interview the young woman exclaimed, "I "wish to toe known in tuture as -plain Miss Bale. A quiet, retired life, is the.one for "me. It was no desire for notoriety that prompted me to. play-the parti did. (I have my own reasons, they are'no concern of the .public's. Suffice it to say that I am hot ashamed- of my conduct, tout now tfcat'my identity has 'been .disclos- have.no wish to resume -ihy ca- reer as a That" chapter. of my life is finished.' She was not In.needy circumstances although the she carried away 'when, she -disappeared on -22 down to a -'Ser personal posses- sions include about in" cash and notes, lett in one. of her..boxes when she left'-tile'-school in addition to which to her credit at a uoichesier isank. -For some reason known; only, to .herself she 'has expres- sed her .-determination not to draw on. account for .her personal needs 'and requirements. several., stories are told of. Miss -Kales, vivacity-and skill "of i NEWSPAPERMEN MEET HERE 'l, Vjr Annual Convention of Al- berta and Eastern B. C. Association -The programme, of the .Seventh An- nual Convention of the Alberta and T Eastern British Columbia Press As-' sociation to be held in Letlibridge, on October 20th and 2ist, has been drawn, up by Secretary D, H. Elton and a local" committee an-d copies: 'mailed" to'.. all- members. four sessions have been mapped out Thursday Morning, 10 a- m.- President's W. A. Buchan- an, M.P.P. V Secretary's D. H." Elton. Election :o'f officers and balloting for meeting place. Question L Drawer. Thursday Afternoon, '2. p. m. Practical, 'Reliable, intelligible sys- .tem of Cost Accounting for. small printing offices. J. E. ,Pember, Mac- .Walter .Scott, iPxem- ier .of the Province of" 'Saskatchewan. M. KJ.Nicb.ols, President' of Winnipeg 'Telegram.' .Friday Morning, 10 a. m. Value of Editorials in a Country, T. W. Claresholm. The, relation, of the local newspaper to' Municipal. F., .W. Gal- braith. Red Deer, Printer's Board" of 'Trade .for ,A1- Discussion to be :b'p'ehed bv W, make-up: .is typical. Two'years} R. Davis, Calgary. ago she contracted typhoid, fever, andj p. m. Decame an, inmate of the "Kalgoorlie I Law, of ..Libel as, ap- On April l she'played "an PIied ,'to Newspapers publishers, "all fools1 on the7 matron B.-Bennett, by 'making 'up' a' nurse to look an old and "ugly female, blackening her eyebrows, arid powdering her face and'iiair. .'The handiwork would have done: credit'to -the -professional 'mak- j Newspaper" Publishers of er-up? of a-London theatre.- ShVtoor-; Eastern British Columbia, Sas- Our Exchange -nlngs, Opening of the Query- Drawer: time during "the--converitioit there will be a conference- of rowed a-'.pair and "this! disguised-- the- nurse was introduced by Miss Bale to the matron as an old; lady'who'.had come "all .the way from Kooigardie." r-- r When the found out she laughed as heartily as anyone. TWO REFERENDUM BILLS' V r IN AUSTRALIA Melbourne, Sept. Common- wealth government is introducing two bills, one for a refer? endum oh the question of authorizri ing' the nationalization of monopolies, the other" in relation to. the, ment of of the arbitration court. other matters.' telegraphic .rates and 'COLLISION NEAR QUEBEC'.1 FIRE AT QUEBEC 3 Quebec, Sept. did -damage estimated at in a -ware-house owned by J. B. Jttenaud -Co., Stand- rows street.. Covered -by insurance. Sept. the Canad- ian Pacific Railway .steamer jVlontr calm, and the collier Crown .Prince af were -badly damaged .through -com- ing into collision. The-accident hap- pene-d at a place called Channel .Patch, located between thirty and forty miles toelo-w Quebec. The 'Montcalm -was on its.-way here from Bristol, .laden, with, a general cargo, .while the Grown irince Olaf -was. outward -bound. WENT THROUGH THE RAPIDS IN A B'ARREL Niagara Falls, Ont, Sept. Leach went through the whirlpool rapids in a barrel Saturday success- fully, sustaining only a few bruises. DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, SUMMER COMPLAINT, STOMACH CRAMPS, COLIC, CHOLERA MQRBUS, CHOLERA INFAN- TUM, and all Looseness of the Bowels Maybe Hapldly and Effectually Cored by the Use of Old and Sterling' Remedy v of 65 years' aever" falls t4> either relieve or cure -Do not be imposed on by -unscrupulous dealer 'jrishes to, substitute tne. :so-called-Strawberry Compounds for Fooler's as tnese no no reputation substitutes ,may be dangerous to your health. "Proved It Again and Again" MBS. CHARLES KITCHIN, Noel, beg to recommend BE. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY as I always keep a bottle in the house and would not care to be without it. I have proved it again and again as a never failing remedy for Diarrhoea." orlirlruU mnrtufkcturtHl only toy THE T. MtLiURM CO., UMHTCD TOROMTO, OMT. PRICE SB CENTS ;