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SATURDAY OCTOBER 28, 1911.
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All lersonp having defective eyfe-sight or who need their glasses changed or renewed should call and see him. Of fice at McKenzie Hotel. SINCE PHILADELPHIA HAS BECOME BAKERHURST (By Associated Press.) LONDON, Oct. 28—The King is again in London after the only vaca tion he has taken since his accession. The royal party came directly to London from Balmoral, where the last weeks of the vacation have bean spent. After a strenuous season, which in cluded the coronatipn and the long list of succeeding festivities, the King and Queen left town at the end of July. Cowes week com menced the vacation, and between races the King and the Prince of Wales enjoyed bathing from a steam pinnace in Osbom Bay until the P-ince had to leave to,-join his ship, the Hindustan, on board which he started active service afloat as a mid shipman. With the breaking up of the royal party on board the Victoria and Al bert. the King and Queen returned to town for a day, and after bidding I god-by to Queen Alexandra, the king went as the guest of Lord and Lady Ripon to Studley Royal for the opening of the shooting season. After his shooting visits, the King took up his residence at Balmoral caste, where the queen and royal children had preceded him, and thewas succeeding weeks were spent in en-troops tertaining guests and with shooting parties on the Balmoral estates. The King's resumption of, residence at Buckingham palace was marked by a reception tl envoy of the Portugese republic, recently recog nized by England. Until his depart ure for India for the Durbar the King will be kept so busy that it is hardly likely that he will get anoth-ar ex tended vacation before next year. The Libeals are out for Keir Har die's scolp. The uncompromising Socialist has been going up andin down the country condemning the Government, particularly for their ac tion in calling cut tha troops at the time of the railway strike. Mr. Lloyd-George took the lead when he gave Mr. Hardie a dressing down in the House' of Commons, which how lever made the Socialist leader bit terer than ever and his attacks have been so severe that even the labor leaders have had to repudiate them. The Liberal revenge is to take the form of opposing the re-election of Mr. Hardie for Merthyr-Tydvil. Har din is a Scotsman, and has not been able to manage.the language of Wales To most of his constituents Welsh is their native tongue. The Liberal campaign against Mr. Hardie is therefore to be carried on in Welsh, which the Chancellor of the Excheq uer and most of the Liberal leaders of Wales can talk as well as thev can English and it generally carries a Welsh audience. Whether it will wean the Welsh miners from their Socialistic member remains to be seen. Although they have not yet reached the size of the newest American bat tleships, the shins of the British Dreadnaught fleet continue to grow as the fleet increases in number. The ships of the King George V. class, four in number, the first of which has just been launched, are put down in some of the books of reference as of 25,000 tons and in others at 24,000 tons, compared with the 26,000 tons of the Wyoming and Arkansas. And this seems to be decided upon as theof-door limit for the present by the British Admiralty. At least tenders have just been called for the construction in private yards of two of the vessels provided for in the current year's na-, al estimates, and it is said that they will resemble the vessels of the King George V. class. The other two ships of this year's programme are to be built at the Portsmouth and Deven port dock yards, and if any great ad vance is to be made it will be in those ships, over which the admiral-, ty will have complete control from the time the keel is laid. In all four! BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE ships there be an advance in connec tion with the torpedo repelling guns and th© horse power will be increas ed in order that the speed of 21 knots may easily be maintained, as did the Orion in her recent trials. The fifth big ship to be laid down this year will be a cruiser of the Lion type, so that Britain will have a fleet of four cruisers of 28-knot speed with prac tically the fighting power of battle ships. Wihout the vessels of this year's programme Great Britain has now completed, launched or building 32 modern battleships and cruisers, equally divided between dread noughts, graduating from the 17,900 ton dreadnought to the 24.000-ton King George V. According to reports received here the salvage of the frigate "Lutine," wrecked off the island Vlieland in 1799, is progressing so well that it is expected that the enormous treasure carried by the ill-fated warship will be recovered in a short time. When the "Lutine," a 32-gun frig ate, was wrecked she was on her way, to Hamburg with a cargo of gold and silver bars and coin of the total val ue of $6 000,000. Of this sum $735,000 for the payment of the English domiciled on the island of Tex el, while the balance was to be used to relieve the merchants of Hamburg, who were embarassed financially, ow ing to the depression of the money market caused by the wars. Numer ous attempts have been made to salve the wrrcked fighting ship, and up to the present time $500,000 has be3n wrested from the wreck. PARIS. October 28—Captain Hen rique de Couceiro, the principal leader of the monarchist revolt in Northern Portugal, is very popular the Portuguese army, especially among the artillery in which branch he served. During the days of the 4th and 5th October. 1910, he fought heroically in the streets of Lisbon and was among the last defenders of the palace of the Necessidades against the Republicans. When tha struggl1 was nearly over a Minister of Manuel, Senor Texeiro Souza. wounded by a frag ment of shell, crossed the royalist lines on his way to surrender his seals of office to the provisional gov ernment. I "I nave been wounded in my ownamong house by a splinter of shell," said tha Minister to the Captain. "Serves you right," answered Cou ceiro, roughly, "your place was in theprincipal street* When the monarchist regime was definitely ended Couceiro was notat molested by the Republicans. The new War Minister, Colonel Barreto even offered him a highar grade, which at first he accepted, but soon gave up to work for the cause of the I King. I One day befor- a group of soldiers the Captai had a lively altercation with Colonel Barreto. "Who are you for," questioner Cou ceiro abruptly, turning to the men. "For the King or the Rpublic?" "No. for you, Captain," they an swered without hesitation. The complexion of the Paris woman has changed this season. Last win ter the prevailing mode was white with red* lips. This autumn the out tint, with a touch of dusky red in the cheeks has become the fashion. The leading haidressers sup ply glistening eyes for the evening by four drops of a chemical formula. The dressmakers of the Rue de la Paix complain that this has been a hard season for them because of the sharp enforcement of American cus toms regulations. An American who formerly bought several costumes, now takes one, just to have some thing from Paris. The American Art association. tzaerr. Modest Prices for Known Quality DrOOO Dodo Beautiful, 2-in. posts DldOO DBllO with 3-4 inch filler. Heavy rails and well castered, guaran teed lacquer, usually retails d* for $17. Here at. which is not a firm of picture deal ers but a social club for American artists, art students and persons in terested in art,has again after a lapse of over two years. New premises have been obtained in the rue Joseph-Bara, a few doors from the rue d'Assas and the rueNotre opened its doors, Dame des Champs, the street in which so many great painters had. and have, their studios. While not so spacious as the old club house in the rue Notra des Champs, the club's new home is more compact and more comfortable, comprising the whole of the ground floor of a modern apartment house with a separate entrance. The club intends to revive the art exhibitions for which it was famouft in the past. After several months trials tha French state telephone engineers have succeeded in connecting Paris and Madrid, and the service will be soon opened to th public. The -establish ment of oral communication over such a distance—900 miles—is only one of a number of. reforms which are, being instituted, the central battery them, at first condemned by the postofflce telephone auhorities, but now regarded as essential by everybody. The switchboard at the exchange is being remod eled on the American plan, until the automatic exchange, now under trial Lyons, shall be adopted for the whole system. The automatic ex change will do away with the "tele phone girl," who is much slower and less courteous in Prance than in America. FIELD Main and Third Streets You can save considerable on House Furnishings by going to Field. Cheap, trashy stuff is not carried in stock—no matter the price, it will be full value be cause Field's business was built in that way. 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