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THE SUNDAY ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 2, 1910.
THE NEW KING OF MONTENEGRO J a- ,f . .!:..!.: i u 'I ' f! II I 1 ' 1 J : ! i : i , ill as . . . -...--. -musk A 'N, Ml ! g $3.50. $4.00, SSWK 14 . 1: tn-r c;it-.l : ,,. ,o i, it wn.cii turc-c with ii .1 CO o-id I i. ! St -ao'A - I.i i ;..:;it:t. but nn i s a .: :i Tin- i.a i Mom 1'riece !it',I the ; t il t' t' Were p. oba ii!y no i;id luive pre i lowers irem ititu B.iii;i, nilicT. tin.' end been irnpos.sil.ie .pie. frugal monarch. Ihut a millionaire W-alli't CLiljMil'-I - ac ti.i"vi in v- 01 i '(iu- j,pr v. t ii:;.;- ms mcuine ail too larcp tor i.i- rt i i r it! on t s, and is never happier titan rttc lie can escape from Bliis p?.!:pp' ia '. ttinjf to the little fivo- riiK'l bea-e M-hi.-'n lie lias mult iu a furi'-t clean n.;-en the mountainside of Loftehe-.i. Here, far above the pea, he enjoys- a view which stretches from the I Albanian iS-iitan. siumm.'rmg- in the ininlight en the Manes of the Adriatic, rr. the snow-.-, a. I peak or Kurmitor, ;ti the mountains oi the north. There is a story told of how the representative- of tiie courts of Vienna and Vprai!les. at the moment of the peace .f Rvswvck. spent nn hour advancing ni.l retreatins across the floor of the milience euaniner. in rerror lesr one or it he other would be gtnltv ot the faux s of reaching1 the center, where they Sgwere to meet, i.etore the otner. er- ailles is a memory of the past, but the unit of Vienna would today no doubt Jejrard the couriers of Cettinie as little ss than barbarian?. An amusing- story f their methods is told bv a writer in She Standard, who had iourneved to the jj-apital with a view of interviewing the riEce. The prince, it chanced, was not verbtisv, and he remarked carelesslv V "".JSl W-y V-v- ; NICHOLAS I. THE NEW KING OF MONTENEGRO. THE NEW QUEEN OF MONTENEGRO. t.i one -f i. s attendn iits. 'dii. yo. ; I '1! M'e I.hii n,v time today; perhaps ! the soiiiu-r -!.e letter.' Tlm it ciune : about that I wa i h.-ed by half a dozen I perionh-i. ' ;. i T ;iro(l on the out skirt of the little capital, and in spiti1 of my ; piotest :t:;d !einainl to -be a'lowed to j return to the hotel for proper habili ! tueiiT, was iiisi:-( straitrht to the palace. I Here I was siittituarily brushed, my I boots dusted, my tie arbitrarily remade in the anteroom, and. still remonstrat ing. I was thrust into the prince's pres ence at an hour that neither of us had anticipated for the audience. To my explanations and apologies the prince listened, with a jjood-natured smile. 'Oh. of course, these yood porionici! Thev take every word so literally that one can not lie too careful. There are no courtiers here, you see, only soldiers and their commander. Excuse them. It was mv fault. " The f.rt years after his accession u-c.v the years of that (fisastrou-. war idiiririir which the Turkish armie- over ' ra n the country. Jr was then he ot J that training as a soldier which Mood i him in such good stead when he took jjip arms with thf Servians against the j Turks in Js7o. Then came the l!uso- Titrkish war, with the capture of Anti vari and Duleigno. when the Motite 'legrin dream of reaching the Adriatic, was realized. The treaty of San Ste fano a.bled considerable territory to the little kingdom. .Much, however, of what was then given was taken away when the treaty was revised at Berlin. Antivari was left, but Dulcigno was taken, and great were the rejoicings when in SSM a naval demonstration of the Briti;h fleet, undertaken by order of Mr. Gladstone, had the effect of restoring Duh-igno once more to Monte negro in exchange for two inland dis tricts which had been ceded to them at San Stefano. The gift of constitution to. the country which followed later was not without its humorous side. Presented by their, prii.ee with adult suffrage, vote by ballot and a single Chamber, the simple Montenegrins began to in dulge in a series of reforms, which the prince eyed with mingled conMemation anil amusement. One day he deter mined to dissolve the Chamber. The jiew Chamber, ca refully selected, proved more amenable and through this Cham tier the patriarch prince lias ever since governed, with the asiuiescenee of the country. In this way, in his own de lightful phrase, he resigned part of his hereditary rights, because he found it fitting that the people should share his burdens and responsibilities; but he continued to guide and train them and to help them to use the privileges he had decided to confer on them for the greater glory of their country and his dynasty. r : s; REGAL SHOE STORE. r. . " - U- THE BRIGHT SIDE ,f life. It is a feeling common to the majority of us that wo do not get quite the amount of happiness we arc entitled to. Among tlte countless things which tend to make us more ot less miserable ill health takei the first place. Xo doubt a crippled liver with the result ing impure blood, is: the crtuse of more mental gloom than any other eingie thing. And who can reckon up the fearful aggre gate of pain, loss and fear a rising from the many distjsea which ".re familiar to mankind; like a vast cloud it hangs over a multitude vo one can number. ou can see these people every where. Jor them life can scarce ly be said to have any "bright fide" at all. Hence the eager ness with which they search for relief and care. Remedies like WAMPOLE'S PREPARATION bave not attained their high po sition, in the confidence of the people by bald assertions and bor.otir: advertisements. Tiu-7 are obliged to Avin it by doing actually what is c himed for them. That this remedy deserve-i its reputation is coiiceded. It is palatable as honey and contains all the curative properties cf pure Cod Liver Oil, combinod w:t!i rh Compound Svrup ot Hypophosphites and the Extracts of Malt and Wild Cherry. No thing has such a record of suc cess ia. Scrofula, Influenza, Throat and Lunir Troubles, and emaciating complaints and dis orders that tend to undermine the foundations of strength and vigour, its use helps to show life's brighter side. ' Prufes.-o: Roddy, of Canada, says: "I have much pltasn.-e in stating that l ttve used it iu c?.ses of debilitv arid found it :. bo a verv valu able remodv as well as ul.-asini! to taKe. f-:,.lUt, l-e TOOK OUT APPENDIX AGAINST HER WILL Peculiar Suit for Damages Arises Out of a Very Peculiar Operation. j as the harassed woman simultaneously i slammed the door in the face of the ' gasping rent agent, jerked eight- burn j ing pies out of the oven and hurled the i car Trom ttie interior oi rne miiiv pu-cher. Throughout the latter portion of the performance the artNt disclosed vistas of beauty and set a new standard in the art of genre dancing. .Success Mag b ' azine. A remarkable law case is arousing a great deal of public- interest in Con stantinople, the facts which have given rise to the action dating back to the palmy days of Sultan Abdul Hamid. According to the statements now made, while the ex-sultan was still iu power one of his favorite daughters was found to be suffering with ap pendicitis, and an operation was de clared to be imperative. The sultan, however, was unwilling to intrust his daughter to the mercy of his physicians and surgeons in such an extremity without first assuring himself of their ability to perform the operation suc cessfully, ami he accordingly demand ed that 1 Lev should operate first, in his presence, or. soneone else. Seeing that hi majesty was obdurate the doctors promptly went in search of a victim, and finding at the Italian hospital a voting girl. Josefa Schmeider, who had jii-t been discharged after an illness, they drove her off to th im perial palace, d-spite. her objections, and carried her into a. room specially trenfrol for the (iteration and remov ed the appendix, the sultan calmly j watching the proceedings. The opera- tion proved q.iite successful, and the ' patient recovered and was sent home, j Satisfied that the .lectors knew their business the sultan then permitted them ( to operate on Lis daughter, who also recovered a to! was completely cured. Josefa Sx-Lmeid'r is now suing the HOW MAINLAND GIRLS DRESS FOR A TRAMP doctors concerned f. cinnati Enquirer. damages. Cin- TERPSICHOREAN ART IN DOMESTIC SCIENCE msa: Suited iu it. io'.d Mouiisus. PASTLE & COOKE, Ltd. SHIPPING. AXD COMMISBIO MERCHANTS. UGAE FACTORS AND GENSIAX INSTJRANC 2 AGENTS. An inine'i's audience gathered on Mumi.tv- aft'Tti o!i at tiie Theater of li:tetpretatie Art, to s,.,. "Mile. IlopupH and Lor :-, :;i ' s ii, her much heralded !:,,,- 1 oue -ti-a. ' ' The ov-i,es':-i ;:.v.-d a prelude, poet i.-aliv r v;.i:'v.ti' :l- dropping of a tray l'iili'i.i' i.rea i-: d'shes. after which ;:. ,- ;,:: : the poorly furu- 'i.eii '!:; i.r .in e-ltimato customer. Th- e.,.;.- .;-...!i"i'.-:t!i artist was ,'-.-. , .;- i,;.g t he fragments of .,. :ir.-i , i;.-!; ; ., s task wa enniplet m... ; . ! : ii t o t i e air em- i w.'-'u nothing t" iive Tramping trips are the fad this sea son, on the Mainland, and many pjirties of young women are starting out afoot. There is usually some definite object iu view of such a trip, and the trip is call ed "a pilgrimage' to the home of some famous person, or to some designated point well worth visiting. The journey is made afoot, stops along the way for meals and for sleeping being in order, and sometimes the destination once reached the pilgrimage homeward is made by train. Footwear is a most important feature of the tramping costume. Broad-soled flexible and low-heeled boots should bo worn, and these should lace well above he ankle. The s-tockings .should bo fine .and soft and several pairs should be carried. The tramping sk:rt should be short and not too heavy in weight. Khaki, which does not gather the dust iu tex ture or color, makes an ideal tramping skirt, and mohair is also a good material for this purpose. Beneath the skirt should be worn pongee knickers which strap below the knee. The blouse may be also any sort, provided it is loose and simple in stylo. Long sleeves are better than the elbow kind for the tramper, but the collar may be low and cool. A soft felt hat. which will not mind a wetting and which may be slanted on any side to suit the position of the sun is t lit mot comfortable head gear. If one does not care to toss the sweater oyer the shouldei, it may bfl tied by the arms around the waist, fall ing at the back and over t he hips. In this position ii will not add to the weight of the costume and will be out of the way and leave the .arms free. The tennis girl often tit's her sweater in this jaunty fashion on her way to the courts nu-1 there -.'.'Mi- no reason why the tramping girl -houM not adopt t he pract i-a i scheme o, nest ion, but nodded brightly as she began: " Vou mean women who try to bring in jewelry from Kurope? Why, it never occurs to them that they are stealing." "They know that they are doing what is against the law, or they wouldn 't take such pains to coineal the jewels.'' was suggested. "Law!" exclaimed Miss Libbey. "Why women have no sense of law. The customs regulations are to them a distant impression, a sort of nuisance that they are perfectly justified in avoiding if possiible. "Men have learned that adherence to a certain rode of ethics is best for themselves because it is best for all. "Women believe, in making up their in dividual codes as they go along, subject to constant revision and amendment. "A woman has no compunction about overdrawing her account at the bank. She knows the bank has money and she needs it. and as long as' she can write checks they have to honor them. They have no concenrion of the banking sys tem ami no consideration for its rules."' "If women were given a share in the government wouldn't they learn to take an active interest in public affairs!" "Xo, " was the prompt reply. "Tf women were given the ballot they would vote to please their husbands. " Thev would always be wives first and citizens afterward. ' ' DO NOT SEND YOUR WASHING TO THE LAUN DRY! DO IT AT HOME WITH A 4 STROKE WASHING MACHINE IT IS THE BEST MACHINE ON THE MARKET AND SAVES TIME AND LABOR. $10.00 THEN DRY YOUR CLOTHES IN YOUR OWN YARD ON A Hill's Clothes Dryer $ 1 o.oo The above Machine and Dryer will pay for themselves in a few months, and think of the comfort of knowing where, and by whom, your clothes have been handled. E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd. Household Department. Take Elevator. WIVES FIRST AND CITIZENS AFTERWARD A:: ! nn o i'i;xTio w England Mutual Life Jzsuiai company o: Boston. Utaa Fire In-urnnce Company. sNational r-r t r, WUlZe' Ili-ua!K.J Conn.n, mirtfr. ..u fi.iit; oorpor.vuon. 1 . wK.- ,,'. mad.y across .!..' !'. ;.g h.-iM-!!' iu an !, of the b:.by ,. j , .. ' V r tempi ra m e n t -:.-r'-s- her 1 ip. -he gave spatiki-hm.-iit. nc- e-gau :i s,-:,ero ,.,,i, :,iel pans. r..-re be-, rtifu! .-M e,- .IV those r:v yol-r. s, I'll hit .- o eoe .- t 1'i'V oi f. ,..! 'I stole-. M' t , el !,t i: ' as t h-v .'etub.-l . Worn iee,-e. 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