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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1^ The King GemtrW. Is Selected for ,6r|afpighter Instead'^, NEW Sj-siem ''patterned , Somewhat on American Lines Is'to Be Used in 'Jihi British Navy.' V"-*-' KinrOeorge Will .I^lm'imm;^ . f(8i>�clal Dlspaich;^ �jii\"U�hKVal correspondent wntcs"- viVi^s^v'tlei ln},^�l^ although- that ;i-llama b tlitho-minds of most people only ,,.tlie~mrst bord hta pite Majesty took a .decided! interest^ In. the matter. Aeciaea Huereai.^ ... V "J.^ ,, whlrti TV^^ as to lU "aeelnr the close relationship In '/Ations as re^'arda hoi *j.ord Fishoi stood to the throne, a�"Vt-|n,,g^ ,t ,3 'le8s'Ma:�surPr,lft!nB Kins aearg� tka fiot followed' hla father's 's�mpla.!:'HlB':intorest in: nsval traditions , tt' Uso ehown-by the further selection of ' 'nawas'-'llke-'tne^ Centurion, tho* AJax ,.,^9ins ..goA'vWjr of , {^|hefonnectlon. ^, . ,.  .,.,?'Two of the crulseTs now buUaing' for 4ha,,oelanlaa ara to be named the-:Sydney :>�rid and> those at;out' to : ba-ilald down for the Imperial navy will �fca',;, LoTOttK. Saturday.' -mmfB bagua baronat la about to be killed. I � haa Ailed a big plM�,ln the annals i" ot Impoaturc for a ffood'lttany irears. Ha has lived on th* tat otthe land,.iWora, . , , , , flna raiment, ahlny boota, and aiimond  ni*morablej,ahd>hli plai on cheaply wen credlt,.and"fenarallyl**^""'"" *� the'atory of ceronaUonid|iS tha aneifnt and honortbta d^^'^ir."b�'r*. Onljr Utay iHli to tnirttg*;:tore^�i. for to ibia btfauing yaar ,et t�|'a ^jMraiiatiim thara win ba ao many digiilflad tterrfiiravaa antltled by rank and ofl)ea to,ahare''l�:|ii 0�tt� Junketleo ^that ear* Win ba ti^en to aBCluda the begua va�-lclV' Awn^ati eba�ca of partlelpatlon. , v,, Sifc. . U'J I Tba baj;onela are to meat and Ui^t . 'a dwtwo n��-yt�r>aiaa, on* faur-yaar^ld. ltTa�\thr�a^}-�ar>olda, and liM tmo.re^'^if:iiinSltis�e^' lattar bfad at BaiWrinfham. ^ad thejr lne)ua'bot�a which tha'iata'iMrrW. C. Whitaw ^^|lMi|hta^7to learn;whan Mtaora^^^ bb meinerabM c�nt)nu4 to train itrJuraphT ' ' 3 r v ____, -Jenea to ridel 'But no atory ot^K&g Bdward's eanaae-,lMwa� from IJtdy'kdik-aad'auceaadad'ia ' - ' � ^loB'with raeinf caii'bo written withoutjiflBnlnit tho Dei�r .Wftii:" oolta by T^B Intubate referenci�lta>:�icbard�Marah.iHort aM klaasithruah. and a flUy by Martlc* ...........,,.._.___ bort JoneaW'^Sw^oB'Houaa. A|,A"��t'->^A^V,,-' -^"y^'^.- ' bereft of her Klnc tht tatt waa.robbad ot ter' of fact. It^w&V Janes, rather than As fWUda tba ^^raa^ear^da, the ttn-its finest a^ortema�i(V"lrf.thai^dvWa toftfie extend'that h0>a8 a baan-'iiitg^ad for ti^e AMot Gold Cup, BE -lERICANS WMEALBREAD BARONET'S SCHEME Many Well Known Persons and.Their Plans Now That the Ghrist-i i niastide Is Over. , ' (Special Dispatch.) Lo.Nijo;s-, Saturday. Sir Oswald Mosely Becomes the Vll-� lage Baker and Seeks to , Rejuvenate Britons. "ToPull the Teeth of England," She Tells an Interviewer, Is Her Uits Work. ^S�i*od,for the Aaeot OoldfCupi^ r)^4llMir'' Devii-a Dyka ^^im^, .^^..^eocond seasoniWraiil of! whieti-sOMa-iMKag Ui anoctad. while fWhehau waa;;,a1aa -naftih-BB''-a^:iwo-year-oM.;;.-Owtar -tCa(( accident z>oraado>waa uaabia to raMitaat aeaaan, but ha la brad; wall oaatiihi^W anything. The older horse* are Dattiia, Maria Iwgraye, and Royal Sacort.. Tba jlast mentioned trio:are not of much marlti Judging by their 1(10 perfonnanees, far they wore only aueeaaaful twle* la twenty attemiitB. In wflming th* Weilinstoa Handioap at Sando'wn Park laat JunOk hawavor, Koyal Escort dlsttngulahed hioMalf, for, after throwing hU jockay, F. Wootton, and galloping all rouno th� track iMerlaa*. ha was caught in the paddock, taken to the poat agalm and wen: la'va cantor^ amid scenes of great snthttalaam. (Bpcetat tMtpMCh.) 'i:x>N�aK, Saturday course, practically closed, for the next few weeka, but Mr. and MrS. AVJlUam Phillips eonneotion>wlth maritime affairs or the have returned from BeacOnsfleld, as In the navy.J  The.-.sugB:e�tlon--lia8 been madeiAmbasaador's absence the First Secretary il.s carrying on the business ot the embassyi THE many Anglo-Amerloans^iwtio hnd ^ ir OSWALD MOSBLT, .who is do-cle.sertert Lonclon;for^theChrl!stm(^s ajid ";^ii5,U,'ed aa-"a country gentleman of New Year holidays are now beginning Vr'the old aebool," haa Just becpmf to drift back. Dorchester House Is. otithe vlllago baker at-'Rollastqn, Burton-on-.Trent. more than once to substitute for the'so botanical, zoological and entOmQlogical jiamA tfioae of naval offloera -who have dlsUnguisbed themselves by gallantry In action. "This would again be to follow the American, rule, ivhlch gives to destroyers the names of naval omcers, a prao--tlee, moreover, which obtains In sev- ffow Captain and Mrs. Cloman have left their hoasc, in Great Stanhope street, Mr. and Mrs. Phflllps become Its tenants and give up their present hou.'ie close by. -Mra.'Georeo Cavendish Bcntlnok has returned to her house, In Richmond Terrace, after a lone absence, and will stay on there for the present. Her younger daugh- oral Of the,European fleets. The American; ter, Mrs, Burns, Is settled at her house, M, Plan,' however appear, to be open to this JGrosvenor street. Mrs. Chauncey has also V abjaotlon, that no distinction Is nmdc bc-> tween offloers of different grades, no bap-' : (laml^^names arc given In the usual UiJts, p and the .principle^ of discrimination Is not clear. Thus there are, among the names of amall. craft, Farragut and Decatur, of >arank_and. distinction which In the Brlt-.�'Uh'i^navy. have-been honored by a battle , ;ehlp or big cruiser; Cu.'thlno and Flus!5er. V.whoa^ eJiplplts.ayer.wcIl known, and Shu. krtck and: Smith, names Which must b� puaillngjv-becauso of their frequency, to ^'aBy..'OM?,-.a� rinfima-teiy :Acqualnted with American: navai^:l;lEtory, , "The Bngllslv' proposal Is '^to^commem- returncd to town, .as her younger dauphtsr, a pretty fair haired girl of about flfteen. Is going back to ^or school at Ascot. Another arrival in Uondon Is Mrs. New-house, who has returned -from Coombc Abbey, where she has been the guest of Lord and Lady Craven. Lady Hesketh Is stopping on at Kin/iton, -In .Warwickshire, IndellnUcIy, 'and will not: b� back at htr �house In Montagu square for some time, except for an oocaslonar flying visit. Mrs. 'George Cornwallls-West, who has been stopping with the Duke of Marlbor- (�peclal Dlapatch.) ^ >, 'i 3 ^ r^oxDON. Saturday. I ki'ONDON has a Japanese womai�|den-I tim jivhOi after hanging out her shfiigle, ""la doing a thriving business. When near ja reporter called upon her tho other day. with true Oriental courtesy and perhaps is atao ough, at Blenheim, 1ms , now returned to rat^;;the|,am^sof pfllcersbelow those oi'.l;�^,T' '''''^^''^''"^'''i^.^Wn fiiinlllarlv a. "^^ nag rank Who haVe.loit',thelr']lve� In ,nr^ ''"''"SemantB for the-blg-Shake-i. �? ^ . I 1 Johif.�ull, of thienifey: K^hg'Qeoili'hi^t!"~ "W"' oowume ball, postponed f^Ctt �""""""�� * ^ �y. �;r.Uteiiient-IS- mXl^no-Cw " be �iven>'"l�'-�'"^^""� ""^^ .'.'In a navK like thfttof Grea Br^,-. wme time In June. It now promises to be' '�?* ** ���'., thou.r torn indfelSfif "l^f S S- r " -ent. of tho^^Tf::*^^^^^^ IT'S '. and thMo^ls .Jio sign-it prWftliat ttli ^iven It hla patronage and most 1 ** P'V, J'^'g' ���� Trent, change will be made.?': 1�'ar:and''I never cause pain.. Europe I* clover here." and the dainty little lady -tapped'her head; "the Japanese is clever here," displaying a small, well shaped,. strong hand. "Tho Bngllahmen are: atrong:;>and produce pain, but tho J^apaneae woman u clever and there is no pain."' Thanahe offered more teavand a cigarette. ';:� 4"ty to attend a InquMe* are already arriving on thla aide''='^�'"" matdi, a sport of which the lad is about Beat* for fcho coronation procession '^ery fond. The tutor pointed out tho work from bO|b>the United Stateo and Canada, ho had to'perfonn .Juat like hi* felloW while Wait End house agents say that!�*^*>'*' I* * ^� they .feknnot remember so many demand*,''^'>� fled (o reinon�trat*. Th* tutor for furnished apartments. H'"' The Princ* wrote to hi* tathar Of'Mtirae, they said the same the y*,,! complaining. In reply the tutor received King Edward was crowned. Anyway It � 'rom th* King K\?trD ocr-m A DC''/i/^DtT no"Sht cruiser ! m for a tour rpund the/ 'OVbK rbULAKoACKc empire. On their return the Prince of * Wales, according to jpreeedent, will be cavalry regiment, while new motiv^ pd\yj found in N ^ Seotehman named ,Bt*v*n�on' haa 'die-eovared a new^ i^etlv* |*w*r d*rlV*^d from nitrogan, and aomalLmidan^^flMUf' v*lepm*nt of tha *eh*m*, Mr. Bt*v*ta*|n. the dl*cover*r ,o(',thi* ii*w, �afkag�i^bi* torcjfcliaya �t^l�f-.^5 Iracad from ^tha .amok* ,df ooat, -whioli conriat* ,ot,iiitrot:an-a94 ear.baa.?!By. hla invention the amok*J* eaucht^^th* gaa Is r*-| of, Londoni^ith*re:;>[email protected]':: enacted hi*torlp ' ia*nca Ot th^.,mplr* s liUtor> fcr Which',Mr. Frank 'LasiPll'^ has pre pa�*d"tw*Bty-tpv; .aplaiidea. eight �f | whieb wlli;be rcpreseniel dallv In the 1 �p�n1'atr:�mphitha*tra' d^algnad by Sm i Aaten Webb. R. A.'-V A , The^festtYAV is,;of'Course having ro>al and;�nv*rnm*Bti*upparti whH* fler^ltayat Hlghn*** ;:PrlAc�a�,%I�tila* la aa ,>aetlt�. awnbar.of 'ih*^;^uncll j,,';- KING MANUELITO BE , ^XN OXFORD STUDENT VA>iaS� - � (�p��iatlMapateii) | �'^l|''*L� peritnent," .ay* thi* h*r�n*t bakar, "but If I check iBdIgaatloR a�d taach my people to r*v*rt to almpi*. healthful food I will n*t eauBt th* coat. I have been dolugad with Icttora of eongratu-latioii from all pacta-�rem Bngllahmen, Seotchmen, Irishihan. Datehman, Frenchmen and Oerman*-whil* one big firm of millers ha* writteii empliaslslnK the importance of th* propoiMi*. I am astonished, but gratilled, by tha tremendous Intere.t my vontur* has aroused."  . . Physician* and aaparu in dietetics are watching this brown bread campaign with interest. Sir Oswald, who is a great patron of farmings and is WHAT BRITONS THINK AiWERlCANS LC-C LIKE. , ' (Special Dispatch) LosooM. aaturdgy. It develops that the Pedlars Aero, which Siily Season" Suit in the Middle of the English Winter. QUEEN ALEXANDRA RENEWS RECREATIONS i;.rgciai,m.paiN!a.] . LoNPON, Sattunday. Queen Alexandra, it ts �ta^ in eoqrt circles, is now flnait>g djstraptlon in her old a pari ot t^ie site of the newij^yorUe recreatlonii-photography, water County Hall. It appeaira that the Borough Council of LarobetW entered a claim for partof this award, but the. rector and the church warden. ot*St. Mary's Insist that that church is en^tlcd to the full amount. In a amall wliidow on the south'side ot St. Mary's Church..'which 'stands near Lambeth F�laae,,thsre. la a picture ota pedlary.>vlUi a pa��,-a->oji#?*cr* ot the photograph* have been trans- (Spcelal Dlapatcli.) " LoNDOx Saturday?,;: UN! PBB th* hoadtog f 'tAllen Typaa' In l.ond*n" tb*. Bystander publishes a . picture of "Amarlcan. in ' Leicester Square" that tan't axacUy what one would call flattering. A glance at the picture should convince Americans here that not even any one who haw the good turtune to escaoc from Wichita or Palrtted Poat In years gone by ever looked like those ''two Americans In Leicester: Square," ^ ' It is possible, ot course, that some of knoweaough I'to go in out of the rain." : -, Therefore it soems baroly passible thai;;: one of tl >m would don a liii'ht.suminor su m .'mld\ iter and ado to this -oftenco -t ?' wearlnb' square toed, solidly built; AjlllEul "gunboats" instead of iveu sbapedHmei lean shoes. '^.s:?'...,:-,- ' A glance at the second flguregjves ;rls* to tl\e belief Chat tho artist, in - clothing this �American" in III fitting hand-me-;i well known ,\'e\v iork visitor polntS'oyl S the overcoat fits tho figure as If�'It'.wcl'o'f; don-na, was inspired by �. wisii. to *i}o' 1 .�service for ISnsllan tailors, althouifh;'ai'a I rcnJly made here. i.-..i:ii.i/i;WS:} Of course, the young, wonmnsWirift'tSi pirrtire can't !>�� an American;, huji'isi'i''-P�i'>nt;> riom tho East End of 1',-*' where they still wear'ttho'-(trcitfs-'^i Senator Timothy D. Sullivan's con.?fltt ----- ^^.i.i'.'r^^^i^'n^mws^smi taU, suad�nly loaded with money, ur irringa aiat_ were-(lipc^^^^^ Aiiu-rlca''i^j ;