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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE CORONATION NOBLE JELLS PEERESSES Gowns and Robes for Corona- tion Ceremonies Must Be of Approved 'AIDS IRISH INDUSTRIES Lace'and Veil Used by Queen Maty .Will Be Produced Exclusively in Emerald Isle. (Special: LONDON, Saturday. TO 'obviate -all uncertainty peeresses as to the gowno and robes they must -wear the coronation June correct costume models rww dis- "played In the offices Batrl Marshal. in Cleveland row, St. Jfcmea. This course of Instruction has" set aside the belief held by many that colored evening .robea ,attached .to the ishoniaers could be worn. The ap- proved is exaclSy the same as that which, was In evidence at the coronation of the late King- Edward." There is an nnder- dress of -white- satin, chiffon or while! the bodiew and. train are of ruby vtlvetj trimmed with1 ;robe iianga from the shoulders, -with. cape bordered with, the precise number of points allotted .to rank... COMPLAIN OF -HEAVY COSTEEME. rPhose -who imagine that all is happiness and joy for the wearer of this costuma may stand corrected, by the of those who know. At the coronation of the late Edward many women com- plained the. great- warmth, especially on. a midsummer dapr, of the two folds of velvet and the.erroine cape, tt bed been anticipated that A modification Jn the of costume would Tse allowed next June, but Jwpes to this end-atow have, been shattered. Lady Headfort, jr '-M Big Success in Amateur Theatricals JProduces Sheridan's-Old Time Comedy at' Kells" "and Wins High Praise. AMERICANS IN FRONT. RANK AS HOSTESSES (Special Dispatch.) LONDON, Saturday. has been culie a run of'araa.- I teur taeatricals lately, but none- seems 1 to have been so successful as those ar- which change wiU not This by the MarciiioueSa of Headfort at hae to. do with the beautiful erabroIderieE j covering the overdress, whlclx attracted so much at" the last coronation, j .The as a rale, took the form of- armorial bearings, crests and mottoes worked in correct colors, and in mamy in- stances ornamented with Jewels. feature Is expected next year. Thanks ,to -Mary's Irish" :.a- benefit from the coronation. It ia an- nounced that abe has decided that all' the lace -used on oorbnaticnT robes" is .to, be of Irish., whUe_ cent veil wiztoix.' will fall be of Irish naedlepolnt As a residit of this decision it Is figured that Irish laxses Will have a in the robes the peeresses. PEERS RECEIVED REWARDS. In connection with the coming Tnonte.1, students of history noted that the great nobles frho acted ia menial capacities at old time coronations did not" fc unrewarded. For. instance; it is record- ed that af'th'e coronation, of Queen rhaL claim, to .tie Queen's horse'rand palrrey, with all their the Karl of chief butler. JJOB- for the uninvited, provided they be well j hundred." -and .thirty ..guests, 1-ha.d very aressisd, to gain entry. Nor is'it possible' these before the for alwaya't'o tell 'whether before.it way face that she does not recognise may not [through'.- the- 'manager of- the -hotel in- oelong; to one of a party brought by one of formed me- that- there already- more than four'hundred people in the rooms. To try toH etop the annoyance, to sayYAs you .can .Imagine, my purse, as well as nothing- of the danger of the uninvited tmy suffered -very heavily on this guest .beltig. a Robert Macaire, by Japan of Foreigners' Status in Arouses British Ire Promiseg That Europeans' Rights Will Be Respected Thought of Little'Account in View of Solemn _, Pledges Broken. _ MAY PREVENT" RENEWAL OF THE ALLIANCE i ,-PBKor. Nov. i. ISM. More light, or more mystery. upon, character the aurwnder -of Cocea'ii sovereignty by the declaration of a that it has indiaputablis authority for the statement that- neither noodaal Em- paror father affixed the seal abdication. .According to authority. wlMb Hmjxrpr. who had been kept in total ig- norance of the that had been by Japan, -waa to the agreement .-drawn up for the aivniwa- tion covdd uot.de- cide so momentous, a Question ae .render of throne of his -ancestors with- out consulting with Ms father, whose ab- dication was torced ty Japanew ia 1907. Then, the report Bm- peror was sent' for. He stubbornly re- fused to affix' Imperial to aa can. no moral of the action Japan has thoiig-ht fit to ia matter. All that can offered in excuse other Powers liave on occa- sion failed to keep their ecgacemcntf1 tocorrvenifirt. It Is there have such cases, twt no Power ever broke a or failed to carry into effitot votuattkry or without atrffwrtnjr in its future diplomatic arrangwnattta. it may -be that not a ffe Power- will make, a pretest against the annexation of Coprea or the ektinguiskment of f oretyn- ftstrts wMch Japa-n soar- aateed, but the incident.' cominc at 'tbe threbholA. of the rev.ieton, of the Papal Decree Makes It Unlaw- ful for Gerics to Engage in Worldly Affairs. COVERS WHOLE WORLD Rome Hears. Rumor "That Govern- ment Will Abolish, Article Making- Catholicism State Religion. Bo JOE, (Special Dispatch.) Saturday. Fifteea thousand priasts and bisfropa of the- United -StatM been apprised of. the terms of. Poatifical decrefe. 'which affetto as all the other clergy and tfee orders of the Catholic .Church. IB it the Pupe down a. of Very. rules fc'ffarding their tn business of aC IcfndiL' They to- air, actfre ,pkrt -nffi teevitebiy have a wbich in financial enterprises, in those ne- Kells, which, according- to Onlooker. were a-n unqualified success- ama- tsur oast played "The School for Scandal" in a. style that few professionals could have bettered, Lady Headfort .making a delijrhtf ul Lady Teazle. Her costumes had evidently beee most carefully thought out and proved most becoming, while artistic Instinct and real dramatic skill character- ized her reading of the part. The famous screen scene gave all the principals an op- portunity.for clever comedy. Sir Anthony j Weldon's keen sense '-of humor- standing j- him in' pood stead as old Sir Peter Teazle, j as. Joseph! a-'well k-town 'hostess who is giving a dance at a "big London hotel not only begs her friends on. the invitations sent them to bring their cards when they come, but' presses "letter ham? by having- her- request printed as an advertisement in'; the public press. "Some tim-e ago I had my eyes- :o this scandalous practice in a most un-; pleasant fashion." she said in an inter- view. "I had occasion to give a "Last year- heaid of two one seemed personally acquainted with had attended uninvited prac- tically every dance _'or function of Reason. I have been driven to adopt .precautions' which .have "become .absolutely necessary for the exclusion of people. management has promised men at m'y- dis- posal whose duty-Jit Svill be' to take the jname and address ..of every person who it a London hotel to which I invited twosomes. without. abolteh'ed in Japan It done, only after treaty with the rljkta of wimM. aJBacUd by- who had property or ipthar Japan were glVe'ri five years' of chaoffe. and -quenee, ample opportunity either to dis- of their interapti or tbem- ayreenieni which, to announce world the poliUcal. death .f hi. Thereupon tbe FMmV Mincer, Ti Wanj affixed the the instance of Tacaachi, the Japanese Resident General, who has since been officially designated Governor- General of JapaJi'm new dominion. Play Just now. dfflclaidom to be peculiarly senaitfve with regard to of foreigners, guaranteed by Japan's treaties no-w extended; to. coyer It is tioly provided, that shall "BO far as practicable" and "so far M the extent of the applicability Jtwhtc; manifestly, the Itself. Ttke rewnfly eatabHsbed. courts "appwtainingr to. the land chosen have been much, criticised by was Core. anese" actor, learned this to his dis- the famous Jap- f ta that- new and monetary loss.: Dominion, and by Japanese themselves. It has a -food a chaxitabie 8cope or to: _ tneir names or jnfliance to aay speculation-. This decree is to be embodied .ii a "aew. code of the canon law, wiici "'witt tw pub- at the end ot next jear, goes into 'f ores sinning-of 1911. The new regulations for official Home go into in. the year Alt of them.will then to furnish the most elaborate report to the Consistorial K TBeir It- is rtrmored -that la. year the Italian government .will- pose ths abolition ot ihc-arScie of: cocstittition Cath- Lord lE'rederiek Conyneham distinguished j himself as Sir Harry Bumper.-" t; J. American -to tain the lead in.all is going on in London, and those able to Sir Walter Took His Last from If ;ving onBtodJET .v Cunard Line Will Have Vessel 885- m with Speed ,'rv 5J of Twenty-Three Kfipts. exists between- Japanese, and Coreans, and they intimate that offi-l cialdo-m Is giving Itself over to an orgy joiihtmare over the whole Corea- buate (Special J.OSDOS, Saturday. hostess believe that her guid- has been made by there soon will be a revival of the Cunard -Steamship Company that build which have call lor a vessel s. breadth of 35 forty-eight years ago parclomeat has bn offered, for ifesars. "Wlgham Rich- frequently "been out by i Japanese 'that among tha men yente.preparmy for ta Corean judiciary there .tion of a., play entitled "The Kiut of are many whoee ability a doubtful quan- at :hls aad system which makes the central ia a mythical yoaiMf Jniarea depvodent -apon icterpretera, of of Chosen, who to capacity and character is and even In ths Ansto-Jspaisese aJBance Great Britain recognized Japan's right to take as she desired, for.the control ;of but with' an important proviso. This j always chat such (meas- ures are not contrary .to the--principles of eqimi opportunities "-for the'roommerce and lodostrr of British critics point oat that Japan's an- Chnfch as the reli'gida of teahotae' ftrl. Osaka.polioe authorities'hare" forbid- the of the play on ground that tij-' reiatinsr 'to Corea at present time." KawakamiTand his have.tWteii up'-the cudgaU lu his be- aie at ia loss "to find valid excuaw for inhibition. that f to the nexatian procJamatlonr-itiot. only sweeps e Corean but assures only equality of opportunity for ten MRS.'TRErCGH VANDERBILTgS- Lady CKeylesmore, one and also n.1 wyse aeilw As ohie'i: officer "of Aber- returned to her beautiful house at Prince's is made from branches. The "two] who were builders" of the Mawetania Gafce, sifter spending -the autumn in Scot- I Iaw3, 'where' she has -bean-entertaining a reinayuga entertaining during Great Chamberlain, the Earl of Oxford, put in hla claim for the bed, bedclothes and nightrobe by Queen preaeding the coronation.. Btueman, too, tas now> settlod No. 45 Grosven-or Square, which Liord Bateman has taken for a term froni. Lady DYNAMITE -SHIP BLOWN UP AT SEA j Miller. It is a fine house on a. large scale, and Bati (already giver, some 'dinner--parties-and means to do a greet'deal inftbat way-now thac she has such' evea If only a temporary one, in Landon. KetCh Laden With Explosire WaSj Tae Countess of Granard has been stay- A r-rtllJonn QnH HP- !ns- in Ireland lately and has been among ---Damaged m Collision and StoVfid tO PrfrVent Danger. Mayo, where Lord and Lady Orannaore Dispatch.) Browne have been entertained this LONDON, autmna. Later Uord and Lady Granard AKCvERS down TarmoutJi. way arej will be for the Lon- breathlng easier now that Forbes Lady Mystery which was Irreparably dam- j Granard wW do a good deal of ofHciai'en- aged far a collision with nsoins: smick before leaving: town agate for Provider on a voyage from has boon blown up. Condemned by the cus- toms officials, the Mystery had "been lying in .Yarmouth Harbor for a week. She was a-'source of anxiety owing to thej. fact that she contained seventeen wrwt to blow up half of city of all this been, ren- dered "tricky" by Immersion. i Permission having been Cooper-Key, of'the Home Office, to the wrecked ".craft, the Mystery was towed out to sea. distance -of twelve miles from Yarmouth, a. spot free from flshlng boats being chosen. Mr. John Christinas holidays. MRS- ALMERIC ILL-NESS. Mrs. Almerlc Paget, health has jaad the Lusitania. respectively, are esti- i mating-tiie' ;proxiniat-6 nearly The dimensions of the proposed vessel will exceed the length Mauretania by 12S breadth; by 7 feet 6 inches and'tonnage'by IS, OOP'ions. All other rec- ords in point'of tonnage and siae will also eclipsed, for the vessel -will have an. I advantage'on tie" "Whits of j tons antt wHl exceed by the __ -.t. m baild- Yard, at -plans are inofe tive, but give a margin of 3 feet 6 inches over that 'of die White Star vessel. nbunced "voluntary" by the'Cofflcial "preis o'f Japan, but; asserted' by liwious side of Coreaa annex'ation bft fc concessloii wrung- from Japan refuses YoTkeep itself backgrwmd.; SjHtjgfe yersign coadned.-tor.im- in this part of the .world. p0rt und. eiport.duties and to tonnage are busily inquiring dties Foreign Suiject to Jmpun'n For the'-rest 'forelsnets will be subject to the Japanese treaties, now extended to Corea, but only far .as and far1 conflitjens penrit" As one English writer puts reservations axe disquieting. Until.their eotact meaning is established; the whole status of foreigners and their j action of the sovernment summarily declaring null and void the by Corea with mother', na- tions, in face of the fact that Japan -had specifically pledged to that those treaties, were maintained spected. Fields" f Or it ;Kong; and for Lord-Will- iam Cecil's Project. THE SAME GENERAL AIM (SFEOAI, PEKIX, Nov. That there Is, and should be, Wclashing of interests between, the new Hong Kong University, of which he is the founder, and ths United Universities' schema for a great university for China, of which Lord "Will- iam Cecil is special sponser, Is the convic- tion of Sir Frederick Governor of Hong Kongr, -who is to. Pekin on his way back'to-his post from England? where hi has; spending- some-months. -j-'- "The' two explained. Sif'.Fred- erick in.; discussing the subject at the -Brit- ish, he is the of Hon. Muller, British d'Affaires, "are separate !a.nd they, have the "same general cwa- tribTrte to the'caiise of higher 'education 'ia China. There is room for "both, need for. both. _ tile much has been don? and-ie Deinx j done to promote "Western education in thtt empire, with its vast mstatude of ,_ there has as yet been established no deserving- the of 'uni- On November 22, 1S06, Japan must depend on the unfettered dis- verslty' in ita highest sense. The time to the Powers that in order to put an end and for all" to. .what she termed the cretion of tha Japanese. In this way their 'equality of .opportunity' with the .Jap- "permitting Coreajmeae' at ports' may itv.has has not been and. the foreign relations. Japan at the 'additional taxes and excise and transit made this solemn declaration to the Pow- and by the operation of the most favored nation clause against differential "The declare that treatment in other respects, such as rail- has coma when the excellent work by. tha educational institutions in existence should be supplemented by tJii establishment of real- universities which 'will enable .Chinese atudeats to obtata here-in tneir own land That hijher which only the few are now able to spendmg-- a number of yeara abroad, too often, at the questionable cos! of becoming denationalized. h7VHcu-. u-a-a nut. u >Jlv xne Itaveriwl WWMH w proposed "'vessel will steamV twenty-three jn charge of foreign way and induatrial concessions.; "It 5s the aim of the Hong Kong UniversI- try unsatisfactory for the last year, source of a deal of anxiety to her bowls, which show examples good her return. very ill and doctors attendance. As it is quite-vout from the headsman's block. interchangeabte. It ls_ still knots on a draught of thirty-four feet, which is three knots faster than the Olym- pic. --She- will be propelled by turbines operating- quadruple and will re- .sem.b'lei-'the.-eunanl that she will have four funnels and two pole masts. Her double bottom will be so arranged that she will be. able to carry oil fuel should the company at any that method. to say the vessel will be ntted liberal scale.- She will have a Corea and undertaking th. duty Nothing of this now survives. The result of watching over the execution of ei-jmay Manchuimn precedent i desire is the ins iam Cecil's project for the Wu-Han sec- treaties of 'that country they will Brines prospect, very centra of re maintained andiu the neld of probabiimes-that; the see that those treaties are maintained .respected, and: they also engage not on -be" pragadlee in any effective ineQualltles in the la- mercial and industrial interests of those :Icrior-'' Powers in- Corea." The essence of the treaties which Japan In IJtfht of these-, "-conditions the British Foreign Office is charged with giv- ing away British, rights. Qnite naturally, I think, the Englishmen who find ihalr ire- strengthened j solemnly pledged hersett. to main-'rlshts thus Klven is extraterritorial protection of for- IR idei that ths alliance-is a material Lord William's project is essentially missionary in its character, while the Kong KOQJT University may called secular in contradistinction to a re- ligious institution. Ours will, however, aim as distinctly at character building, difference being more in methc-ds of admin- istration than In the> principles underlying the educatii dation will be provided for first class i interests. This guarantee Japan baa one S.S tia'lv .Tn theeat southern a-fair> by Japa li'a of the question for her to spend the winter "Bishop Andrews, otherwise Dean of children for Egypt and will'be away presented with this pipe by the con-j man Just before his 'From this church-1 the Ca-j From j latter family it was obtained by the Gloves, of Croydon. and then passed to tha passengers, -740 second class and third j now repudiated. 'The Japau Chronicle, the ffa1ned thing, and at mighty cost to a -total of 3.7GO, exclusive of the crew, ablest English paper published in iFar Brittsh East, says of CROSS ON GIRL'S ARM. six months. Americans play a prominent part. too. ve where hunting TlnlHv HA'l. TVfllCQ Wfl-H th now in full swing. Han. Bryantat who for yeara had vent of -St. Louis, in -County. Mayo.i Russell, owner of Mystery. per- let last year to Mr. and j I Tins now been taken by Mr. Henry. Bitted the .uses in position, the hest toown of Amsf. __. Emndrather iBoardIng the widow of one of i, each twenty-five feet in length are the eovy of the hunt, for Mr. whit- gventuaUy the -pipe came into been lUrt-tsS Mr. assist- of price ncver hlTO- Mr'! aats were taken on board the towing tug. (Special DCBLIX, Saturday.- An unusual siory comes irom the Con- and British prestige. J. K. OHL. "Now Then, Loses His Life (Special Dispatch.) Saturday. expressions of regret have fol- y j teen-year-old'girl who is a great favorite j flowed the' report that "Now then, trip after trip up the rope'until he had j i f i naturally trtb-utary to Hong Kong many millions people, and it'is "for tiiese pri- marlly tbtLt we are building. "With present methods of cc-asmunication Han- kow ia further away fro-m Hops Kong than London Is from Tort; and tha institution projected Tor Hankow has" a. .great field of its own. "As you doubtless we nl- i made substantial beginning at Honjr To Sir Hormusji Moay, one of-our tain, and the Welsh sallorman scaled the i foremost Parsee merchants, we are. in- structure. Plrst he brought down'debted for the buildings, which he As the latter tore away at tuJl steam it "Whitney has considerable sporting inter-' _. p. in England nowadays, for in tAKL tion to hunting and polo he has one of' was discovered, that Mr. Russell had left! the best racing establishments at New- demned vessel. A -return trip was made to get th -rn. "Tho tusr, at full speed, waaj about a mile from, the ilyatery when. a.) great sheet of flame, followed by a ter-1; rifle detonation, burst from the wrecke-lj ketoh, wlUoh immediately, was burled In a groat pail oi smoke Lhat rose to a height- RISE AGAINST THE UNINVITED -GUEST (Spec'-al Dispatch.) LOXDOX, Saturday. BRING HIGH PRICES ting at his own cost. The foundation me was laid last March. have received most substantial sup- with the because of-her docile, one of the heroes of the Mes-j carried all to safety. He came back toiport from ths Chinese. The Viceroy of fectionaienature. Isina earthquake, has -been drowned atjijnd a civic welcome awaiting him iniCanl.on One night Jone of the Sisters heard theJBanbury. in West Australia. When theiCardift. A mass meeting was.held to Chinese running to child screaming-, and on being asked what Italian city was swept by disaster and the great audience insisted on a of hundreds of thousands of taels. "Tha (Special Dispatch.) PAS rs, Saturday. A sals of jewels at the Hotel Drouot which has been attracting- consider- able attention in Paris' concluded to- day with a general total of The niost important Item of to-day'a sale was a necklace of one large white pearls, weighins the trouble she said she had had a was a seaman aboard the steamship At on-! speech from the embarrassed hero. But frightful dream in which-she-saw Christ wcn> then lying in port there. With liisjsmith had to be dragged out of his chair, on the cross aml4a soldier driving a spear captain and two of the crew he hurried Into his aide. city to aid in extending In the morning, however, the child lay buried in tho wreckage and plained of a pain In her wrist and arm. examination was plainly seen a DUiidingS which had not f alien One of the greatest annoyances which grains, the estimated value of _..- It was bought (lapse of another day or two there appeared ened their destruction. with letters "I. H. S." marked onj The party ol fouf saw a family at nVw" her fnrcarm. A few days later there ot thc top fioor 0; onc o? theseJKJr.g Edward at th ,S 856 jpearcd above iue cross and surrounded by ureSi jt3 impendins collapse tHreat-lsJrefl to hand "X- which scroll the letters I. R. I. .-Uver a ___a flrA v.al......... w- and after rubbing his chin for some time "All I have to say .Is-to thank "you, ladies and Tho speech was brief, but a formal oration could not have made a grc-ater hit. that time personally de- 'Xow then, as fire below one called him, a modal for bravery. pkcca of wood Coating on tha hundred persons have been was bought by Mons. Paurcu' drawing, near which iir is thiasr la -tho then a chalice, sur-jcut off escape. The sailors succeeded lnJBefore this could be arranged, however, the modest'Welshman'Vas oITon'another 'ast. cruise, and this decoration had to tor- SinlUiI" ahouted lie cap-' warded to him. fost, Benalns forth a rope to the upper windows, 1aaft of all a flower ahapud 4 f c m T fl wruiwn tSw> was "Xow British flrm of ButterneM Swire, with, its allied firms, has contributed RADIUM FOR SALE (Special Dispatch.) Loiroox; Saturday. At last radium has been advertised for sale, just like any ordinary com- modity. The advertisement has beaa placed in newspapers by the St. Ives Consolidated Mines, and is congratulating itself that it likely to have an ample supply of this out right on own ;