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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TOIIFIKF ill ILH'JL THT RSTTi Fi i if 11ml ILL rU N CORONATION PKN5 LITTLC DOffilT'5 Gorgeous Coronation CeremonyJw Planned; Troops from Whole Empire to Attend i Britons Sing the Air "The Wearing of the Green" in Hit at Mr. Redmond. 'THE RAVEN" PARODIED Kipling and Shelley Add to the Joy or Sorrow of the Campaign, as fee Case May Be, Loxoox. Sawrday. ci NGLAND in the throes .of un elec- I ncn according to She union- ists, by ilr. John Redsaond, is onej jrest poetic babble. Thousands of persons parade F3eet street; nightly watching the -bulletins aod cinema-j ?b. displays and cheers are inter-1 witit booing as the remits of tha appeal pro or con to ihe sv i are no horns -or to ma, MdeooVas when -Jioasands taass Inj 'Tvfrcntf of -American nowswaper oSces AiAnM but sxfVf asjS some 4 Ixirst tato sons, or T r yxHK- Bricon. is fail olj he' be or unionist.! out Jife during- a.- w J heckling- ft speaker musical tones--i bat. "Bntoaj never shall TJbte in which. "Am ericas to. the poets. soags of JB aims to the. atr ot and ffh. JoJsft BaD. did. 2fb -apca St. Mr. Abeles Appears in "He tried To Be Gaining Imme- diate Approval Admiralty's Plans Provide for Big Constant Lead Over Germany. (Special _ ____f LOKJWMT, bftcn myth." it wu shipn of (Special LONDON. Saturday, I ACOMPANT that Is naarly all The can and is certainly "all woo! and a letters, yard wide" as to acting ability, is clearly under Mr; Charles Frohman's proud Iassen were also begun all or he cast, not to mention others. Mr- Hunt-'ships, about the ley was warmly welcomed There is-tion of which; no funnier English comedian, and London j troversy..fbr c batch of fof any possible v belne the year "Secondly, 'r the y has. now admittedly and four In other words, the- seventeen date of 'been so much con- TSveaptecw as'far away as Fiji the Straits Settlements -frnrri the preliminar-v work ias fallen following-that 'the imperial aspect of the VVarilOrS. tiOm. AfnCa [on the M tribute their Troops from every part of tbcj'dusky warriors from Nlee Africa, Canada and j Central Africa. has 'hlm duriae the -months field of SiJ1 Cili or controvert be has been m America, Mr. Huntley's re- rate, is ziow any sides having to attend -to a thousand and oce turn wiu But things are goin' grand- i to, stand by" St. j 2Terry tiie f irom Mr. Ed-ward Abelea has stirred up the earlier, because-we the, preparations f at the end of is 1 but he Is artistically funny. nas ,onfi of are so -useful to an taibws how to act. uaesar the Present Rage in London by "Cute" Imitations. well known the demand sho-ors he is tedSoc to gi'e Home Sec- ?L retarrs Daughter. Supported iliss Charlotte Lender, B Tiiat There Is Too Much .-Disrobing Done forvSfcalth. con (Special Dispatch.) Saturday. (Special Dispatch.) LOSDOIT. Saturday. suffragBttes here, .not 3tent with crippling- Mr. Augus- 2se Eirrell. Chief Secretarr for! I Ireland; knocking down cwo Amer-Lv. r en-de bones of the Baslish tflejican bluejackets, and Indorsing- an at-j Eng-lish flag is stayed. itaek irtth a whip on tte Hoa. raised by "Laurence soar not speak of England; her Winston Churchill. Home h Bees' said to the pen! te aeli or share." Sugh Fraaklin. sympathizer "with who to his r movement; j. lotos clc-ses, never a soial groes out on. the East that died for England's fitaai. of woBsan or saciiliisg', motSssr or brlfe or HE v.-in Dispatch.) -Saturday. jbered that there are many -path'ettc asso-. ciations attaching to Caesar. linked> The .public mind with memories'" of the [late beloved King-. The of London's big- shops are ruil of attractive Christmas novel- ties.. Wbateverrthe elections may have done business they have not depressed the holiday trade to any great extent. Dolls a-nd doggies the right of way this year. Cute little- "imitations HT should all anfireas and take Off oar clothes every the !ate with the consequent redressing Caesar anc oi nine pet Happy have ousted the Teddy {Bear from juvenile favor, "I am Caesar; I belong- to the has canvassed the toy houses and says that the heads of these -concerns are ia agreement in saying that the, "royal doggie" will be first choice this Christmas with boys and girls. There are many other novelties in this year's toy stocks, but 'while mechanical peared at the- Hippodrome in a one act comedy called "He Tried To Ee Mr. Abeles acted" tiris play last season in _ flve m. the America from.' Cisco, so side predict ISTe w Torkv to -Fran- j is well taio'wn on It y be certainly by 'ill be these four German ships. T; have brougfet into the account four 1 coiittnsent ships which were not on the which the r, take tha of the programine of the pres- 11 bring: us up to twenty- of 1S13. j.which are to come, which y they ".g to theytdid and thaTs, do the makers' actnal be herejtetke to it ftrst pertorm- jippear at other theatres. There Is no doubt now thai .be Is henceforth a London perma- and toys hold a promiirent place in the display Edxrard's famous'little I there is no falling off in the demand fo-i Sfcs- xiie better for Juocdon. as -jeorge's ca- the oio: favorites, doll houses and seta of So it is all the way down 'the and flag -Hen fcer nreed. dsclarei tar eaten ed to ter of the ana Cstfrcbill, the baby poets seem: to few- and far so. to oCset Krpliag tie I These "fotea for makers, the radicate have'gOT on the -_j e> ic I 3iea Englaad. wherefore plough j 3Por tS6 lords Tsrho lay ye iow? .-j with totl and car- 3BMt rich robes yacr tyrants :'i feed and clothe and save, SVcaa the cradle .to the STELVC. _i Ttose drones who would your drink your "warriors as- lerveg ot the be correct to _, of the present generation rte on the collar of King Ed- have nothing to do with the toys. the will ot, and .also on has travelled over-a .considera.ble' of the globe. iimsefr dots noij believe in-undressing, v-' j "I have lived on board' ship in the! he writes, "ia siv lot them are protected b7 aad Z this-' a-: l'' [tives. iec" have been as healthy and as at acd ia_ Even air. John Burns, the smlwa-t jmember for Bartersea. has a couple of! doins- parrol duty night his hoajc On ourselves of' our comjiaratlTe each of those Mr. AsQuith did not: talw into the ac- count any ships which might be built fo--: Great Britain the 1911-12. but which could also be in the spring- of 1914. a wife who did not know when sne was bfting-tsell treated. Mr- wore some expensive -New York that made famished to the the Piccadilly dandles in the audience greea with envy. of Adtnir.1 Von Tirpltx. War In Italy, to DaSJT July is, 193.0 j- "The four additional German which, 'according to -.the British govern- ment's information, have been are the four asked for in. this year's estl- ,aates. which' win not be available j (verwendungsbereit) ;until eng QJ 1913. which practically compelled me to iy clothes, rninua Soots, coat and Dr. ".Beesley" (Special Dispatch.) ROUE. only collective audience of importance given by -the Pope !Pope .Pius Will Issue State- that ment to Whole Catholic Americans in the Fast three'months! of England, forge ilany a weapon, dhaia and scourge That these sUngleas drones may s forced produce of tail? HOL vJ XLi vJwWil.' are- aresslris these cold .winter nights and rlsx-j wae. that' accorded, this -week'to the su-j coidiperior and students oE tuft STUDENTS the prospect or bara :a at Rome. Mgr. Kennedy, Bishop of AdriaQopoIis and rector of the coUegc, arid two Mr." H have thought ofat spring of 1913, or perhaps 1 of 1912.' j Mr. Birre'll's Lord Crewe's hotisfl ifax- tue .vice late they will for aboJitioo. But the! r IWctator." a-j hfe has bees Try it.i r J -'el-tur O'Hern, and the spiritus.] baths s. week and i director. Jae Hev. B. Mahcny. and oceans -of bad! In presenting the students to Pius X. speaking as a medical L, T- irwun of twenty years' experience." jxennedy was able to announce that ________-____ [this year.they number one hundred anil 1 at I fifty-four, the highest Dumber on record "The four ships provided for in the 19U-12- Since 1S70 tie rule of abstention cannot be ready before been violated twice., The first was when) Bereaiord's letter KingjPerdinand of "Bulgaria came incog-' September 27, aito' toshes' sanction the-' in -Dreadnouglits .alone, the passing'to the orthodox Greek Church of Position under existing arrangements will BLESSED BY son Boris, and re-.fae 1 'ceived a severe reprimand from the Pon-j Britain, 2S; c._-vi-----.__. when Germany, 21: Austria, i- itaJv 4 Of Church Gives Collective Au- the Prince of Monaco caine here .last year, Triple Alliance, 29. dience to Young- Men Study- ing- for Priesthood. lo deliver a lectare on oceanography at: "it Is therefore clear that three years the Ollegio Roicano. The case of Presi- hence our superiority over Germany will dent Loubet does, not conn t, as the Roman j be reduced tc four- ships JDread- Kitrt fit: 5i TirmfVit t-rrrxo aisd But Thai's! Ireland Men ;of Ulster another story. J Alexandra Queen Alexandra has vacated Bucfcl'jg-' tara Palace for ?ood. the work jar rs.-r.ov- Ir.p her :siany heJng- practicaJlv j complete. It Improbable that she be seen hi London agaJri this year. Marl-1 borough House will not. bs reedv for fte- Queen, ilother's occupation for a to comfc. The -principal rooms at Sandringhani fcave'remained.unchanged since the death le Darrit Is Now 98 Years J. O by the Pope, who in the eatire history of the college, which jlast year celebrated the golden jubilee j Celebrates Hex- Birthday and a lT1Terest ln what soes 5ts fonndation. The Pope, after giv- Ir.cider.ts That Befell Her. in Her Early Life. around her. Though her memory natural rinff to k5ss to each of the stn- ;ly rails her a: times, she has preserve indivldoallv, addressed a few some clear recollections of her early asso- to them congratulating: them on with Dickens. i the flourishing conditiot! of the work with mierest. i showed great interest in his account of the work done by the non-Catholic mis- sions given by me Panlist fathers, and on learning that Father O'Brien is about to proceed to Australia to introduce there the methods elaborated by the American Paulists the Pontiff heartily blessed his enterprise and promised to follow the regarded Catholic head of state. a nought type. Mr. Baifonr Clerical lucadcr Over. Dr. Romolo Mnrri, at one time leader "Even according to the greatest i powers, naval power, not but the next two naval "naval s. MASY (Special Dispatch.1) L.OKDO.T, Saturday. about five years Mary A; COOPER, an 8he or to the of natlonai tctions in the Eternal City. Then he proceeded to remind them that the main pnrpose- of thftir presence is Rome was to prepare to become good Two ana-the German Emperor a inclenvint -hc'ivinffof Spain are amonjr the to he- h who have thus recorded their! up between the two fansllles- SandrJngham. Each tree Is" receive and ihe boy who LetitSa "irary o were sent the same school Mary Ann Milton, and thus a friend- 10 aananngnam. saca tree Is labelled receii confuslon Possibly can ari'se. consftcJattoM and in days to corec this avcnuo wiIJ 'orm I jto become famous took a cWJdish liking tatereatlng i for W..TO thrown much to- priests in their country and to take back with them the large store of wisdom and learning which Rome imparts. Finally he blessed theia ard all their relatives. Mgr. Kennedy this .presented in private audience to the Holy B'ather Mrs. Phclps and Mrs. Hill, both of Washing- ton. with their., daughters. The Rev. A. E. O'Brien, of tno mission of the Christian democrats of Italy, whose caJculatlon our superiority over tbe nex; mo'tto'was "With fhe Pope and for the) Pope has definitely aside bis clerical dress and figures in year 1313 waa to be Chamber of' EKjputies''as one of the the margin in British strength has .dvanced leaders of anti-clericalism. area, than a This week he urged the Italian Chamber sunk so low as that" to take-UD the question of tfas legal or illegal existence in Italy of the religious orders and congregations suppressed as Jlr. John JUeyiuad- In A'ew York (Purls edition) October come to the four ships of 1910- The Magdeburgische Zeitung announces that Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to tha f A TT iOr WO1CH OrOCrS _._ OE Aastria and Hungary; isjpronounce upon their right to hold prop ithla year. This Tact has alarmed and ex- aoouc to visit Rome and that his visit is icited many people in KngJand. wno nave being facilitated by the good offices of the Catholic ccarts at Bavaria and Sax- ony, -which .made representations to the Vatican on the snbject. Alfonso Xol Yonr Rome correspondent It is felt in ecclesiastical circles her-- cried Enstana was. being outdis- tancec In the race and that It waa crim- that a, crisis.. similar, :to that in France, iinal not to lay down ships forthwith. Portugal and Spain as regards the religious! "What are the facts? At the end of orders Is rapidlj no chang. whatever .has taken place in S learns, on relations of the Holy See with Spain and down, and there was no wpeda.1 as- good authority here that there is no foua- Portugal both these of material for their dation for the statement-that a are still represented though at Esse3 arnM5r announcement was made last week with regnrd to the King of Spain. The real truth is that all the .Catholic courts are diplomatl- cally at the Vatican, but practically such relations have been pended.'V so weU aware of the opposition of the) The Pope will address another important Holy See to visits of Catholic sovereigns'document to tha whole to the Eternal City in tho present early .aVw yeari' Theae vessels are to be completed in the spring and entirely sus-, Bummer of 1913. Possibly they may be. but they cwtoinly will not bo completed the bubble or make note of the situation ;