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Edmonton Bulletin 1929-07-02 - 1929-09-30
i a PAGE OF BRITISH NEWS FOR BULLETIN READERS ERMAN HEIRESS 1S ; POVERTY STRICKEN Distant Relative of Roose- velts Has Pawned BARON Asks Court for dmmediate Possession of Part Fortune 'S DAUGHTER DEN. Helress to 200,000, re-of- the Roose children, ne Gernn living here in comparative ck, und abe 0. passa all and finery Ahat were when fer fathe Zeit, Wane STV (Gerhard Bruck, whou is employed a a i onily-about 8 a weel jut of which he has to support, his wolf sind thelr Wis, fal Bruck is now asking the Su. Sreme Court to grant her part of the denetit of the fortune of 200,000 that Gill. be hers on tho death of her other, Mrs. Cornella Carnocham von) formorly a Miss Roosevelt Under German, law fates. a mother bound to-give hi Jisugiiter an amoynt sufficient Per birth, MOTHER MAY SURVIVE THEM. er, though Syme a resident hi has since, divided her time betwee tert vent Heaiy andi 10 fhe applied to be.reinstated as an Am- of the late cousin of and of 19, she married Zed daughter Baroi A. pre-nuptit which on her jhould go to her children, of whom Mire. Bruck is now the sole survivor Onoof-the arguments..m Mrs. Brac ertainty tut either she or her chil- ren. will outlive her mother, and for That reason she should be given a ihare of the fortune now LIGHTHOUSE MAN formed by UNABLETOSHIN MANHAD FORTUNE to aintain her in a Position fitting to x petition is that there is no 'LENGTHY FAREWELL CAUSE OF ACCIDEN BATH. A Hrvlfor Avon Mixs Dora wuts a A Crain Kiss parents good-bye when the oor and jumped out Just afier the coweh had passed The end of the platform. Miss Clark fell heavily, breaking her lex The train was held wp while (he in- jured girl who placed in a motor-car, I which sive waa taken f the Bath APPARENTLY POOR Securities and Deposits of 11,000 Found After Death ORIGIN MYSTERY Deposit Books Made Out in Names of Fictitious ersons Sccurities and: deposils valued at nearly 11,000-and belonging to an ap- parently noor man, have been found ta the Post Oftice after his death. The disclosure was mate In the ro- port of the Chet Registrar of Friendly Societies, which. states that tis name was Wiliam Frederick Emery, and hhe was employed by the Civil Service Supply Associntion at a small salary. Apparently he had no means except his sulury, but at the time of his death deposit hooks and a large number of certificates for securities in the Post fice Fes eae + the report adds, where the money came from. One deposit book was in the name of a man with whom he lodged, and th others wore in fictitious names at Va. rious addresses. Inquiries were made at all the ad- dresses at which the fictitious deposit 3 were supposed to jive, and in no se was It found that any such per- son had.eyer ne The Chief Registrar was of opinion that the whole of the deposits and the securities formed part of William Fre- derick Kmery's estate, and awarded them to Diana Frances Sutcliffe as administratrix of his estate Wp never by Rudge in 1 which the phenomenon of moving Dl there were found in his possession ten tures VING PICTURE RELICS FOR SALE Collection Which Took Life Time to Assemble Will be Sold WORLD WIDE HUNT Exhibits Collected From All Parts of Earth May Go to U. S. An amazing collection of moving, picttire relics -a collection whlch has taken a lifetimeto ansemble, and which contains tho only tangible proof that the cinema was invented in this lcountry- ts for sale in London. It may cross the Atlantic shortly, for America is probably the only nation which can afford to buy it, the unofficial higtorian lof the clnema, and showman in the Pioneer days of cinematography, has loyed scouts all over the world to ring together from attic and cellar, om. pioneer laboratory and private collections, this collection, which can duplicated. CONTENTS OF COLLECTION. It contains: Tho first flim over made. The oldest peepshow * in existence. Chinese movies of about the year 100 A.D. The oldest book type of movie, In which the pictures were drawn on. the corners of the leaves. The lantern on which, slides were first shown as, 'movics. * The only Phanto-Bicscope, * made oF thereabouts, with was first demonstrated to Friexe-Greene, the genius who invent- ed films ax we now know them. The first film projector ever brought) fo Begin R. W. Paul's Animatograph the first ever made, and used at the Al- bambra. A Mutograph, used by the King land Queen (it shows their children in peopshow' ) A lens used for filming the Boer War, the Russo-Japanese War and the iwar in the Philippines THE THAUMATROPE. One-of the moxt interesting Items lof the collection is a 'Thaumatrope wa cardboard disc device showing plc- ures in motion, originally sold. by the foyal Society for a penny. Will Day's gents searched for one of these for, years, and It Cost him hundreds of pounds before they discovered it. Inci- entally this is a record of the only HAPPY-LIFE OF prownet From tar FRENCH PRISON While Taking in Supply of Food j PLYMOUTH. Edtdystone Light. jouse, aituated 14 miles out ih. the Channel from Ply seakwater. war the scene of QEayneeenliyy the victim betng Artin SGeard Davis, ie, of Cleveland-road Se Jude's, Plymouth, one of the Tight Jouno keepers Davin descended the ladder to the wate of the lighthouse to take a xUp- Gf fish from a. parsing fishing wn the vessel had procecd- 3 way Davin was seen to. ol Which was dead calm at Pbout,. but hefore it could reach the ighthouse 1 could swim mly u few sunk, Al- hough a long srarch took place Bis) ody Was pot recovered, Tt ty believed that he slipped In re. Po urrning with the fish and that owing tle heaviness of his clothing -he Nas unable 16 keep affont until the Sshing boat could get to him. i Former Officer'-Cook Made Key Mosilds of Dough i ONDON.--Remarkablo revelations concerning life in the prison of Limno- Bes. hich te already notorious on Recount of several have been made bunal du Tecent scandals, before. the correc: i the trial of Paul on a charge of having facill- ape of Auguste Bro, head ng of burgiaes. Gregolre, wh a term of imprisonment for thefts, ts a bachelor of let- 6s in electrical engineer, and was formerly an officer of the Army Reserve and a Chevalier of the Legion The evidence given during bla tri would tend to show that life in Limo: s prison rather: resembled a comic opera, writes the Paris correspondent lot tho London Telegraph, According to various witnesses, Gregoire, whose education and good conduct had won' ithrea were afterwards assembled to show enabling them to make the most of ness. Vossibly there a nothing more curi- ous than the glass disc movie in trotting sometimes has all four legs loff the kround simultaneously a de- monstration which settled a bet of 5,- 000 between two American million- aires. A number of cameras were arrans- ied in a row for Muybridge's experi- ments, and the shutters were released by threads, The moyements of th subject to be photographed broke one) 4 after the other and the plates: each moment of the movement. This remarkable collection is in danger. of being Jest to Britain. For Years nections of it have been on-view at the South Kensington Museum, and the collector has refused many an at. tractive offer for It. Now it ts for sale. ANIM ALH Ton their own ad x. policeman on cases not matter tow small Institutions: Established for time the Rosal Sorlety went into busi- a guide to the House of Parliament. dy usder his guidance hav shich Muybridge proved that a horselidentity as Lord Rowallan. -who. as FREQUENT IN INDIAS s- smeee-dess cluded cruts queue lined uy , submarines and alrcraft-carrier: about to go on board a submari BRITISH PEER ACTS AS GUIDE IN HOUSE Lord Rowallan Conducts Visitors Through Partta- ment Buildings SELF-APPOINTED Identity of Distittguished El- derly Escort Generally Undetected Visitors to Westminster have been charmed by, the -attentions of aj dis- tinguished elderly man who has Iplaced his services at thelr disposal, entirely ais a matter of courtesy, as laborer, of mas and Di skull. wi committed None of the hundreds who have: en- Joyed a tour of tho historic buildings detected his Mr. Archibald Corbett, represented the Tradeston division of Glasgow from 1885 fo 1811 in the House of Com- mons. They have been greatly impressed by the range. or his knowledge in all matters appertaining to. the history lat St. Stephen's, and. teachers and lothers in charge of parties of children uve been extremely grateful to him forthe help he has given them in charged, Btsaiea their visit A REAL JOY. Lord Rowallan takes a real joy in his aelf-appointed task, and is able from his wide experience to explain many things which are outside the scope of ordinary guides. We can always arn- Lord Row- lallan's thanks by scouting for par- round the House with Intent iduty at the House of Lords- party. trouble fora. may be. He takes as mjly group of two or mu Tettors, As Yar as I know he hgs never een offered money. People seem to Know, instinctively that. whoever he may be, he tx doing the job-for t love of it. STRONG INTEREST IN NAVY ino, Danson road, ual for Criminal Court. DANCER IS CHARGED WITH FORGING WILL Estate of 200,000 Involved in. Proceedings in Court of forgery in conn ction ogee nce SOENTITS FIND to defraud, flat, going on for some time, A grout number of people from all parts of London and Kent visited (h port of Chatham during a Navy Woeki held there recently. The show in- The picture shows a CLAIMS DEATH DUE TO SLIGHT SHOVE) Pleading that he only ave the man. fa slight, push, Henry: Patrick Wells, a Walworth, was charged at Lambeth with. the manslaughter of Charles Alcock. Lawson Walton, prosecuting, sald that on the night of August 2 Alcock was making a nolse outside Wells's house Wella cam: a wards it was alleged he struck him, causing him to fall and fracture his , He.was taken unconscious to hospi- tla and never recovered. ils, who reserved his defence, was. trial at the Central -Charies-J. B. Sparke, formerly Unde Sheriff for Norfolk, who lived at Bury imunds, were preferred at Mary- Ieborte Police Court against Alexander Weary. 48, nrofessional dancer, of anor-House, Marylebone, W. Henry wan remanded by Mr. nard Campion on charges of forging and uttering, about Dec. 1, 1928 an attested will of Chas. J. B. Sparke, dated April 5, 1927; forging and utter- ing about August, 1928, and Feb. 8, 1929, two documents purport- ing to be aligned by Chas. J, E. Sparke, Detective-inspector O. Chapman said when he went to Henry said he had destroyed in connection with Mr. Sparke inspector added that he. found two Henry 1 the papers When his room was, being searched Henry said, Forgeryyeh? Freke Palmer (for Henry), to the magistrate: My application s for bail. There have been probate proceed and Ber- about The Mr. HEIR OF EARL HAS EXCITING CAREER Escapade Outside Night Club Has Sequel in Police Court Fight Starts But Lord Howard Claims He is Blameless Lord Howard of Effingham son and heir of tho Earl of Effingham .ho hus had a gomewliat adventurous career during bis young life and has spent /s veral yours in the Dominion occupy- ing various posts including garage mechanic, store assistant and hotel clerk, has been falling foul of the jauthorities for a boy excapade and waa recently bound over at Bow street, The charge against him was. sulting behavior outaide 4 resort ' known as the Forty Three Club at 1:45 in the morning. * BOUND OVER. Together with Ernest Miller, a laborer of Windmill street, Lord How- lard, who ts 23, was bound over to be fof good behavior for 12 months. When Lord Howard entered the: dock he was asked by the gadler tol give his mame, and he replied, Mr. Howar Asked by the magistrate (MP. Gra- ham Campbell) if that was his pro- r description, Lord Howard said, No, and then gave his full title. Giving evidence, Lord Howard said he was a stockbroker at Sheffield. He went to the Forty Three Club): with three friends. When they were , eaving a woman tried to prevent him) from entering car. HOSTILE CROWD. a He started by being polite and ask her to go away, but she refused, and he removed her. Some man then jstruck at him and he struck back. A hostile crowd collected and the woman scratched. his face. I knocked down two men, said Lord Howard. I was not particular) who I hit as I realized they were: all after me, and I believe one of them): was tho man in the dock (Miller). At the-same-time-L-was bit on the back lof the head by somebody and I fell down. * In reply to. a question by Miller Lord Howard sald, I was not desir- jous of hitting you. If you happened to be in the way of my fist when 1 ras hitting the crowd it is your tough iwek.'* The magistrate said it was quite lclear there was disorder. He would ideal with the case as an ordinary one of disorderly conduct -in-the-street. SECRET OF CHEESE Anybody Can Now. Make Famous Blue Vinny LONDON. For centuries the sec- ret'of the manufacture of Blus Vinny Icheene hasbeen locked or-has been supposed to be locked in the breanta lof the dairy farmeca of Dorset, Now it tias Deen officially revealed to the world, writer the agricultural corre- spondent of the London Telegraph. Blue Vinny san old-established; cheese of much reputation, and its tmanutacture is almost confined to Dorset. Fo far, science has taken little part in ta production, the meth lods adopted being. as a general Tule handed down from generation to gen- jeration. i greatly disorganized. PHONE EXCHANGE SWEPT BY FLAMES A tire broke out at the telephone) exchange at Sidcup recently be- fore It was extinguished conalderable dutnago was done to the, roof of the building. All the girl operators were able to leave safely and eventually the out- break was mastered by the brigade, but not before the service had been Tt wiil be some time before normal working can be restored. LOVER CROWDS WALKED Couples Seek Seclusion on Shores of Wembley Lake LONELY LIONS Have Fallen Into Decay LONDON. Four sho Wembley was the show place of the World--with the wealth of the great. est Empire displayed in 216 acres of palaces, pavilions and gardens. Today, Writes. a special representa tive of the Sunday Dispatch, it ts a vilderness, Lions, the six lions of Wembley, still keep the courts, whert Britons gloried, but they gaze mourr fully across waving fields, breast-high in grass and wild flowers, and littered) with broken paying and overturne : Stones towurds palaces turned into make-shift factories, It evening when T went tho Falrway of the Nations. * past 13 Paluce of Arta, * now filled with workmen randive, but stll pathetically exhibiting a myriad of bare flagpoles and signs. the, notice prohibiting the taking in of umbtcllas. Motor-cars:and motor-bodies, in all stages of construction and reconstruc- tion, filled the once-resplendent halls of the Palace of Industry, and 9 stream of workmen, passed me from its doors. Jar-front-the-iong-lake, crossed by score of pretty, tilted bridges, lay Dia eid under the evening sky. Weeping willows trailed along. its banks amid a wealth of grass and rushes, A moor- hen looked inqulsitlvely out from among the waterweeds. A row off stone lamp-posts held shattered globes up to the sk z FREE BATHING, Could this be the place where thou mands from. the ends of: the eartiy Jostled and crowded and where prow Dominions displayed thelr riches. 41 wan like the Neglected gardens Of a1 Emperor who had fallen on evil land had to sack his gardeners, white bodies further down the mean- dering lake. Small boys were getting 11d of the heat-wave feeling. My pre- Jsence disturbed them and they made off, It was forbidden water. A couple came into this neglected garden a tow-hatred youth, his arm about the waist of a girl wiio leuncd her bereted head on his shoulder. They went slowly along the bank, in- igered on a bridge, and wandered down) fo the shadow of a willow. There were lother lovers there, silent under the trees. Lovers at Wembley Lake Turning down the. old Kingsway found the Crusader still sitting hi horse and holding brayely aloft on bix Hance tattered pennint. His steed had lost both ears and one foreleg and his attendants were headi ss men, but, somehow or other, the Spirit of the Crusaders was still there defying time und wanton hand had been made to-keep the gardens 1 Glories of Great Exhibition years ago) along tarnished gold They have not even removed lang hax been vicar of Moly Trinity A shitill call and a splash broke the nilence and I saw the gleam of thin, 1 is ane aide of a small fence the eS Sh eut short and some nttorapt CHARGES AGAINST. VICAR SUSPENDEL Inquiry in Case of Rev. Al fred Allen Barratt to be Dropped Commission Of Investigatior Postpones Hearing In- definitely Phe inquiry setup by the Bisho; of Guildford into allegations agi the Rev, Alfred Allon Barratt, viei Holy Trinity Church, Claygate, Surrey Is likely to be dropped, as a result 0 the vicar s resignation. Tt was alleged that the vicar use bad language, advertised a system 0 respiration and beauty culture, adver tised the church school as a health re Jsort, and gave port instead of conse crated wine at a death-bed sucrament The commission appointed by th Bishop under the Ecclesiastical Duti Act held Its flrst sitting on June 18 land after a 10 hours hearing of cyt dence was adjourned to a date to b d ST have nccepted Mr. Barratt's re, signation, sald the Bishop of Guild ford, but at the moment it would b lunbecoming for me to say more. STATEMENT TO. BE MADE. Jcommission, will mks statemon when the commission meets agalr shortly. AS itatpn Mr. Barratt, expressed that the Inquiry would now be cloe: No terms have been fixed. he addee The announcement of the resigna tion of the vicar caused sensation Claygate. There was much discusslo: jus to whether the offer of 200 a yea hich was some while ago made t sign would now. stand. 00d, Mr, Barratt, who is 76 years of age Thomas, who represente the opinio: Claygate, for 44 years. Hus recenti: been staying in London, but is nov jon country holiday with his om. At the Inquiry Mr. Burrutt strong: ly repudiated using bad language, ax lalso denied the other allegations. Ht lexpinined that since a fall last -yee his memory had suffered. WEIRD HAPPENINGS iMysterious Footfalls ane Rattking on Door Un- explained WELLINGBOROUGH. The vit ot Littie iveherter, just outaide hrm tf Atperiencing thrills Uiat mould. credit tovany hovellst Se ene eee epe: Wai the at house Tappings: on doors amd weltt Ronin beau over the week-end, witet Mevand Mrs i Rogers. lodgerm att Rouse'in Milioncroad. were eft alont Maile the secuplere were Avray. Mt mnidnight came agente rattle oF ine trot Moor, tne when He NAB Op: thed noone was there ince. then ainaccountable experk onicen have followed In quick succes sion, Early one morning heavy foot. Mop were heard deacending the tairs tnd the. tront door was violent , flamed. There wax no ehie tot noleen we reveated kept during the next das ng, but at midnight the began again. and autside, to find no ont med to find wet footsteps. all over the kitchen fio) and silver from the cupboards svat- i INTRIGUE VILLAGE of Walker Street and Main, Main was tho principal buai- ness artery of the town of Turaby ker Street i frem it and past seme of the sub- stantial. homes of the com The beys and there were four of them, stopped to discuss wi they could Rest do to entertain Skinny Blake, so call- od becduse of hin thin, mopstick- . reminded the others that would be the thing if they could get their mothers to provi the eats, and one of them to take the party in her car to tle woods oF lake shore. Trot Howard scorned the idea of pionic and had a about thi the day before. real, down-on-the-groynd olrcus with animals and stunts over in Jackle Bruce's barn, now by courtesy called a ggrage. Jackle being the youngest one of the bunch and rateful to be one of the number, Lewis, freckled-faced and carrot-colored hair, remarked that the new boy who had just moved with his fam- ily into the big red brick house on Walker Street, might have som ideas, and Red thought it would be a good plan to stroll along and see f Horace Hancock happened to be in sight. And sure enough, Horde w Fight out on the lawn in front of his house, He had built counter out of couple of boxes and a board set between two trees, The board was covered with white pa per. There was a palttul of yel- lowish Hauld with a chunk of ice in It, and a shiny dipper and some glasses. On a near-by tree was lacked white sign which invited the public to quench thelr thirst. The sign roa i LEMON AID Step Right Up. Ico Kold. 3 sense a Glass. Horace was behind the counter sgmpling a tumblerful of his own wares, Skinny, Trot, Jackio and Red were speechless with ad- mirgtion that is, n min- and then they all began to talk at once, The tenor of thelr remerkn wea about the same Whattayou goin to do with all ine meaty : ij Herace, who hadn't been on the round long enough to be favored with nicknamo, hesitated, but J pon the repetition t the question. he looked little embarrassed he replied casual yh, they s a kid round on the next street who hasn't got: any. Dad, an her mother hes to work awfy hard jest to pay the rent Sally can t get out tul i I'm goin to well some lemonade a lot of it an give the money to her moth- or, af Maybe somebody else'll give her some an she can byy whi chair for Bally. They live right over back of us. The boys were thoughtful. Skinny and Red each had three cents with which they. promptly ordered Old and Maimed by Hindoos Phe fact that all life 1s consigered sacred by followers of Indian faiths) ic responsible for the establishing of a lconaiderable number ef animal hospi tals known ax Pinjrapoles. These have i9 witness been opened in many parts of India, to Gregoire s but they are mainly supported by tho ners were able tolJains who. carry their religious ideas) Deuig Daonaod te a temily of lightz eoesauen end ees, Conduct kas iv jouse Keepers; He was born af Tado- authorities, enjoyed many privileges. ow, Cornwall, while his father, wasl ine became a prison cook, and, i seavant Keeper of dis alleged, weiaed the opportunity of ighthouse.. taking in dough moulda of keys until HOUNSICDS eee Henry pas been living at the sandr House for five years. Ht has known Inquiries have been made about. the suggested forgery, and he has never mide any attempt to 0 away H. Morgan (prosecuting count involved ts very large. entails a sum of 200,000. - Froke Palmer: 1 think my friend will agree that no money has im- Properly come into Henry's hands. Alc ter d everywhere, a rossed, er im: eee ee this barrios, and tin: . On another night the weld manifes- 2 a dog came run- mediately a man and a d K came FUN- sting wore Tepeated when w slc7en Bal Bizet paid he: This fs private Persons were in the house. vil properly, and you are treepanaing. 1/iagern do not know. whether explained that 1 was merely grieving buto tNe matter to spirit lover past glories, festations or the efforts of a clever Tits a lerrible hard Jeb trying te) practical foker. keep t eo in some sort of ordar, he said, The workmen and the bods) lebout here break Its makers relied on -thejr sense of lamell and of taste in. turning out the itinished article: Hence the quality of ithe cheese produced is anything but luniform. In some: insfunces quite lgood cheese is obtained, but in the Imajority of cases an inferior article ts imade, and only amall percentage (turns really bive: Tho Director of Agriculture for Dor- og 4 uzzle JUNIOR CROBS-WORD PUZZLE. MOTOR CAR USED AS WAITING ROOM The am- hich sould enable him to open any The wil Goorin the prison. Thera were roars of taughter im court when one elated how, thank male. pi a WITH BIBLE OPEN: Nurse Takes Morphine and Dies With Head Resting on Book With her head: resting ynd-a mirror in her hand, M Beauchamp, 2: forth Kensington. wax from morphine poison At the inquest Mrs, Beauchamp?s mother had been separated al ). years from her She went out tofwork an a furse, but had been depressed lately awing to slucknens in employment. SA police officer, describing the is aid Me Bible was opened at Sarah found dead The coroner tead out the Psalm, the Firat verse of which was: Lord, rebuke me not Anger, neither. chasten m Bispleasure. A verdict of suicide while .ot in Thine sound mind was recoried, the-corencr+- Saying that Mrs. Beauchamp had aj plied the Pralmist's misery and des- pair to hereelt, LITTLE DORRIT'S pHURCH IN NEED: Immoralised by Charles ind known an Little Shure, the church of St. George t Martyr, Southwark, of repair. The Rev. Edward Neep, has pledged himsolf to raine 3,500 jestore the buikding, but after writ 109 letters to firms and individuals h ans received only 17. Large cracks have appeared in the Dickens, wypts and the tower of the church don't feeds renovating. but. people Lattle Dorrit draws pienty rest, but raw money, terposed his wife with a sigh. party of Americans came after hours haw every th Dut when ther at drawn to the remarked th Tres Waseca Lebind for sat oh a Bible arrangement. of Chapel rodds of ins ha heen warne ty leave thelr appointments with women pris oners. According to this account, during, the warders Junch hour Gregoire would open the cell door of men and sometimes to somewhat exaggerated, lengths, some going so far us to carry a small broom. to brush the ground lus they walk lest they should stop on fand Kill an Insect But in the pin- Komen, who would then assemble in jrapolew:-.an effort is-made to gather the deserted upper rooms of the pri- con. It was understood, of: cours that they Would return to their cells in time to be locked up again, so mx to avoid discovery of this curious social Gregolre s defence is tat ft would (berttorical for the court to nGtept this levidence::, if he possessed dupll cates of prison keys and could liberate others, he might have been expected to liberate himeelt. The court has reserved judgment. VETERANOF 1070 SM UPAMAZON ne in-ThY PE Voyage Planned From Eng- land in 70-Foot Motor- beat UL Woodeatk. a veteran ot merely 70, has decided not only to rell down to Rio : from England, but to sail up the Amazon and in 70-foot motor- hance friendship. made on the rom New Zeniand to South: on the White Star liner Cor- decided him to undertake Yale: adventurour vovar Mr. Woodeock, am eh sineer, said y formed the acquaintance on the voyage of th a Ws that I 10k a, post ax his engineer. Tho parson will be the skipper. We hope to strike a pateh of nice weather, and if we reach South Am- erica safely. Amazon uPy ton in to carry work Mr Woodcock said that he left and 45 yearn ngo bound for Welling- ton, but did not reach that place until where Mr. Ben- on his missionary - old, and often when the; z we shull make the trip vo. the remote part Rogether in hospitals animals that are Though to the Westerner it would Appear more humane thing to Kill such animals as would otherwise be condemned to years of suffering, the: Jains have strong objection to des troying any animals, however great thelr sufferings may be. It is true that in the past, these pinjrapoles have not been run on very saffsfactory lines, Dut, In recent years efforts have been made to exercise a greater care in the treatment of the animals sent to these fhospitais. Th the case of the cow Indian sen- timont is. very strong, and In. these; hospitals many thousands are fed un- til they die. The instinct to cre for these suf- fering animals is right, and now tha greater care is being: exercised. theee Snimal hospitals will prove a reall jhaven for suffering dumb animals of all kind: MAN AND WOMAN SUICIDE IN POND Pair Found Clasped in Each Other's Arms Left Note on Bank smickintaxh found on the bank of pool'at Harborne, Birmingham, led to the discovery of a double tragedy. A note was lying nenrl The mat who saw the Anackintosh informed the: police, ws Red the pool. They recovered the bodies of a man and a woman who had been liv- ing in a hut. They were clasped in each other's arms. They were later identified as Cle- ment Ernest Walton, aged 48. of Dougias road, Handsworth, and Bea- tric Currer amed of -Vaugnton Balsall Heath, near Birming- nix weeks ago, when on the home- ward voyace on the Corinthic, went ashore at Hobart. he ex- lained, missing rejoining the hip by a few minutes, and found work at port hough Ne lal ance parts of New Zeaand an Australi, he added, he had hever until the Cor Walton was martied man with four children and. had been employed py the Post Office. The woman also Jhad a family. Both left their homes Igdhics eal xer font an tie ibwn whieh wax his destinwion when be sailed from Engmind in 184, TEE Fenn Pressed Into Service at Lady Haig s Wedding in Tweed Valley MERTOUN, When Lady Victoria ig,-the twenty-year-old daughter of th late Field: Marshal Earl Haig, wos married to Mr. tagu-Dousia: bert Montasu-Douglas-Scott, nepliew of the Duke of Buccleuch, 0 restricted was the accommodation at the old Border. church of Mertoun. in the Tweed Valley. that Lady, Vietoria s motor-car had to do duty as waiting- room, for there waa no church porch, the single door: opening right into the le. The wedding had been planned to take place as quietly, as possible, There was to be no gate crashing land it had beon- announced that no lone except those in possession of a earl signed by Lady Haig would be permitted within haif-a-mile of the though he proved enti roads near rivals, tan. Ireland, hott Charles L James, went to the Dublin Horse Show recently. (venting a rovette to x winner, says that the will ails a sum of the church when, hour before the ceremon: burgo against admitting the. public to the church was suddenly lifted, Lady Haig Was among the first ar- being accompanied by. Gaughter, Lady Alexandra, and the young Earl Haig. who wore Highland contume, with a kilt of the Scott tar- of world -peuce, dor to the Court, He ie shown Kere pre- when 200,000, Henry has not got 200,000 pene, a church, which stands in the. privat grounds of Mertoun House, the estate of Lord and Lady Elfesmere. Hundreds of women fronr the sur- rounding towns and villages lined the if an em- hal the. The bride drove to the church from Bemersyde accompanied by her uncle, Captain Haig, The honeymoon s to be spent in AMBASSADOR DAWES AT DUBLIN ot heriexperimenters went blue jn fi lset, Mr. 'T. R. Ferris, acting conjoint- ly with Miss H. M. Balch, the County Dairying Instructress, has been mak- ing experiments in the west of the) county, where most Blue Vinny smak- fern have their dairies. Having: ac- cumulated much valuable dita in Te- lgard to temperature, Meldity, pressing land other essential details, a try- jout was held at 2 cheese. school, and fas result the secret of how to make ithe ch ese now becomes public pro- perty. We are told that the iength of time taken for the blue mould to develop varies, but all the cheese mudesby the four to five months. It is customary to make Blue Vinny cheese in flat shapes, weighing: from 141b, to 18lb.. when ripe, Very few utensils-are needed for it, but the time spent in making it ts irather more than tx needed to produce) lother cheese, and 0 the cost of labor e8 higher. MAN IN TROUBLE A nervous husband, sent to a well- known Lendon store to -purchano Inewliges on debslf of hiv wife, acc: identaily Knocked down wax model Wearing silk pyjamas and boudotr ca. reatored the equilibrium of the artificial baauty and sheepishly tried ito retreat from the gaze of othor cus- tomors ull women. Reaching the street door, he ws gently eld up by a shop walker Jand directed back to the mute victim lof hig clumsiness. The-silent mang juin was roinus her scalp ensued a. heated discuasion lon the financial responsibility for thr mishap, and the unhappy husband, claiming that his coutrotemps was aX act of God, refuses: to meet the lcharge for damages, There may be a law courts sequel TALENTED GOOSE I LONDON. A bright Tight of the) goowe world ts Jimmy, xoose owned by South Fissall miner, Leaping through hoop, washing his face, toe dancing and jumping over his own- er arm are some of the tricks he Moasta of. He partakes of his mealn iting ina high chair nt the table and hi a he per fect. th at aitenton wind estes s henever the National Anthea i played. i er IN LINGERIE SHOP zs. theatres of Constantinople. wanton destruction. laces, they break the lamps, and they 9 thousands of pounda worth of damage. They swim in the lake, and these here: lov rs spoil, all the grass junder the trees. WHERE MINARETS ROSE. The great empty Palace of Engin- ering, he told me, was to be taken) over by a film company and pictures) the lake, A huge laundry ts. shortly of India once Tose in splendor. making of breakfast foods, patent eoa , planos, gramophones, varied. on antong the the Empire's Shop-window. of hellotrope flowei stopped all right. d-and-o) whirls, Waves, jbacks and land there was an overturned ticket, the paint peeling off, Treasure Island was portation from Stonehenge. The moon stood blankly above the huge bulk of Wembley Stadium mp 1 Went away, and the stutter of racing motor-cycles earesring round the dirt trick shattored the stillness of the night. The race ended, and then 1 heard the whining of the Wembley) greyhoundd penned up there. Thelr subdued Rowling wax like a tamentation for the lost glory of the; show place of the Empire. 25,748 RATS KILLED IN YEAR IN LONDON Official rat-catchors to the City of London deatroyed 25,748 rats in 1028. There ix a great decrease In the number of rats infesting the city, lsays the annual report of the medical lofficer of health. The brown rat ts fast disappear and with new buildings quickly repl ing the olf. it ix hoped that black rat will also become fewer in fumbers. The black rat, however, ty ingenious and clever. He has made large and Digh bulldings bis field, climbing up Fain-water pipes to gain access by open wirffows and miking use of fire exits and roof doors Shaki ow Rn a favorite ikhita Ia the. Pur Were to be made along the banks of to open where the domes and minarets Tho anda ldoren other homely articles is already eins ins of On a viaduct above lovely waste and thistles and Slover was a sign, 'Never Stop Rall 80 whips * of the amusement park, Here jBox und a once-gorgeous sign with Wke an im- f Sac, airs MAGISTRATE ACTS AS POLICE OFFICER Directs Traffic 25 Minutes While Constable is Absent WEYMOUTH When a police. man on point duty was called away to quell adisturbunce Harold Stev- jena, local magistrate, took his place land directed the traffic for 25 min- utes. The point 1s at one: of the most congested parts of the town. rortunately J wan wearing light lcolored gloyes, * he said afterwards, People took me for a piamclothes iceman, but dozens of people who ew Too suluted me. T had to pull up a lot of motor leary to Jet crow traffic through, but. with the exception of a motor-cycliai who tried to gut um. I had no trouble fat all. Thad to caution: him: Drivers wepo very careful and lobeyed my signals junt as they would rave those of the constable on point ye It was a new experience and I ene soyed it. JONES FAMILY OUT IN FORCE AT COURT At special police court held at Liantyliin, Montgomeryshire, seven out of the eight persons In court bore the name of Jones, Bensi Jones, wife of Robert Jones, Htaborer, was charged with stealing pair of boots from the house of Mr. Robert Arthur Jones, Jum, of Bwt hedd, Vlantytiin Mrs. Ruth Mary Jonien gave evidence of leaving the boos by the back door, nd P.-8t Lewis, who gave evidence demy Cabbr.) 5A fabulous creature 7-Command 11-Witherea 12-Superiative ending 18-Character CRISS CROSS AUTHOR PUZZLE My first 1s in Shakespeare but not tn Col ridg ss second is in Coleridge but not in Whitman, sctitae munication re ng the accused with P.-8. Jones, of Liangollen, The cane was heard before the Mayor of Lianfytiin, Ald David Jones, and Mr. Robert Jon s, and the magistrates clerk way Mr. Jones, Defendant stated she and her husband were on thelr way to work for Mr. Joney, of Corwen The case was diamissed under he rh First Offenders Act. What object often seen in theaky?
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Image 1192 (1929-09-07), from microfilm reel Edmonton Bulletin 1929-07-02 - 1929-09-30, (CU11110672). Courtesy of Early Alberta Newspapers Collection, Libraries and Cultural Resources Digital Collections, University of Calgary.