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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Prince Max of Saxorfy, Royal Priest, Our "'v K'i's noteworthy c attention Advocacy''of to g-.'of. teen: years li beIrK directed to'the'crlilEer policy of the V T n mission in London, .e Then Admlra.ty Invlowofthe'forthcomlns'imvy -separation on the article came, as y iiiu estive' ..Young" Woman Is from the Gay Metropolis ;Y: of Britain. WOMEN? AND DISPLAYS No Present Plaifeof Elevatinr Any to Learned Judge; Discusses the Duties of Poitemen When Hosiery -.Is Observed. (Special DUpMch.) Saturday. HE rain it rainath every and every other? aay In rxn-J therefor? d-fa'fii the situation In regard to cruisers should te opportune at Ihs present1 moment. with the entry of the Dristol Into ser- vice Great Britain may be .said to be reap- ing the Ilrst fruits of.the revival.of ravai eplnlonjn favor of the small cruiser, which took place JuKl over three years 0.50. For seme lime previous to that date thVatteif- tlon. of tbc naval world had been concen- trated upcn of armored cruls- ers o IRlrat- f large displacement and power, cul- lrl the Inviri- cJbie .and vrins 'the British example In this respect, all the aged about prsat Poxvers- except Germany had to VJlTiI a'i'y'p'roteSiij'd' cruisers for'at f-ve Tlieu that the Admiralty, hav- Intc established tulead Jn.battle ships of the Drcadnoughi cisisV-'turned tomion thevfteet a. new type of. cruiser for. service with deatroyors, type tor work .-and the protection j- commerce. It was, or course, never in-! tended tliat the 'lavinoibJos, although described; '-should be'Ve'mr ployed' :Work of. this nature, 'th'e reason r.-hy they were built was profossorj'of canon -liturgy '-'if hail made' a. jipecfalty When Lttf'Xni. inatigurmted 'the mpDt for the union of Oricntai chrirc'hes ivith tlie Latin Catholic Church Prince Star the ''question ously and made Kjreral to Orient. to study conditions there. AdrUo Canctanlor-H tu Orevlca. Last month he publislieu. the .result of his investigations in a new review started last 'month at ;near The substance of them is 'that a'reiJnioB can 'only be effected the to accept Catholic dogmas. which have been defined as such- since the sepa- ration and by giving them full autonomy. The Prince also puts moi-e than half to" for the Mar- had been-questioned. It'is tbat.he bag written let-. retracting eTefytbirig that found contrary, to Catholic teach-' but- .the subject :is is of such importance bere" that an: official; document'will fee'issued re- fatingVmrious'pdihts of the'article, which Home as. the capital place irii the end of jrarch, '.or reception.. will--u until they-are--t -Sttll Far fact, In England a large section1' of" tti'e'country water, of candidates __ floats and. to' dou btfui, r this o'f. dreary place.Tbutf the MI BO mueh'.'rala ilUiaiK. rs coo- t JB certain, the if arch, :.and if ole.year wHl' ela'pie on-.the index'. bJB. at.Rome, f- -has- been sn States is for the august head of the for busine'sH cien'ahd a great source of consolation and hope, [hotel.keepers'. An .American pilgrimage, organized by Among those received by the Pope this Dr. McGraue, of New York, has been there were hardly" any..Americans, nonoeed for 'the.early part-of the new'Not a siu-Ie American." bishop isjiovr in year.: It will probably- be the oaly Bishop. Fechan, ot Fall River, is that will be received in audience by. the !expected early i' "Well Known WbmaTWho Are Prominent in the Capi- tal'sLife.-: tons and carry riding', driving e-lr.ch ar.d ten 4-Inch in thtirjanU looK forward JwUn'pleasure to long ailvasice, it will be seen, shopping tours here.-' that'of. vhe'Boadicei, which was" con-' "My name Is said Miss Lin, wha, Udercd- for -effective, recoa-j still In her teens, has glossy blacfe hair, very pretty dark brown eyes and wears Western costumes and English tan shoes.; -In she said, "I used to play, tennis every day. It's a game I could nlaV" forever. Many of the. players in the The Bristols have also much" better than the' Boa they carry tons ot fuel. In 'annoiir.cjng the -of lourhal- jists, or in a. wayt. ,c.uiivr.11. vn.-..irmi- the" DiiTrij s f !T ,'e 'V tv- a teetotaller ia now d .In size, hut the last to be rornnictoij.. jhe _Koln -ind Augsburg', have a displacement of tons and an armamentof of twelve guns of 4.1- Ir.ch calibre, wlilia their encines are of compared with Bristol's machinery. They are therefore not so large or powerful as the British cruisers, especially If compared with second batch, known the Dartmouth class, of 5.250 tons, which H.-JH folioV.tho'-flve Bristols Into toznmlsslon bcfors to the .larger question of the relative position'of Great Brltuin In this of vessels, critics of the Admiralty policy sometimes seek to prove that our Is deficient on the ground that, wlnf.lo..ihs our mercantile marine, Which Includes mo.re than a third of tho wor'.d's steam and' sailing vessels, we thefercrc. r.-jtulfc prcportionately large number of cru'Errs for Us protection. Bat fne ir.aterial pclnt Is not concerned so with what commerce the navy has to protect as with dangers vrhtch that hsj to ba protected froiri, and therifore, Sn P.xJn- our numbers It la nec- to {r.to account the strength other r.ov.-erj. GERMAN FLEET. Tn-IDU, Great Britain win have, ?.r.y ship's tiio coloalei may cruisers of a total dljpr.-corrsent'cf tens, as com- 'ne for GErrocny cf rrr.jui total, however, A Urxer proportion of modern Tcr, Ell ovsr fifteen Ii9, s bD Grc-at Britain Iwrtity-rix thirty. jn i'. .-'o Ir.cladia tho four the nest two vvjs it v5U bs ecen that In xrli! kt consiiieraMe, :s csssRllM that new shcuM st. proviccvl for replace- toent of r.vjst be atrucl: oft Ihi fcii ia Ibts years in: 137.451 fcat to tc From tht'e they wou'.d only for handsome men. "What oneaTVsh'e WM askod. v "That's jW reply.., "What jBuIklty, Lady and Miss Alexandra Vivian. Mrs. John Jacob Astor. who had the op- tion of buying: No. 37 Pqrtman snuare. where sne Is now settled for, at any rate, the coronation season, may not exercise ft after alL She prefers a house nearer the htart of Mayfalr. No.' Ifi Grosvenor street has but for th- senrants Jtft In charge been practically would become of the for woman is at home. She oagbt to attend to her thers and. let the husband make the money do the voting." Both daughters tha nsw AmbiJsador, who, like their fathsr. for and will net really peak Engltoh fluently, are going to a further ot educa- tion In a tchool at Brtgbton. "His Excellency aaid of tfae at the -I off." aalfl 5ns shopping with father." QUESTION OF MONEY AND THE PHYSICIAN (Sptclal Dispstch.) Saturfiay. or he knows that I. It thi duty o: to go to a win rJsed race more by a correspondent, U Iho Dillr Xlrror. Tae General Medical Council hM It record that thtre U ro rule to be followed oa the subject. Tbt mattw rests with the phyi'.claa "No doctor Ii under any moral tion to atuad !i peraoa who he knowi 1U next waaon. wb.n Mrs. William Leeds takes possession for her short which will, however, carry S well over tba coronation festivities. Snt a goodly number of influential friends, her first seaeon ae a prominent in London fair to be a success. la already one of the beat dressed In company, and her pearls ara One of the newest ad- ditions to her jewel case Is a wonderful rarx of pearls which she recently bought at, M it Is said, a price that amounted to wrtl oTcr a quarter million dollars. Anglo-American society In London Is looking forward to the advent of aome of Ajnertoan debutantes who have made first appearance in American society this XJse Taft Is one, and an- expected Is illss Mary Harrlman, while Mrs. George Gould, it is hoped, win taring daughter for her formal to London society. not pay no more thsa a obliged to provide to a caswwr who he kaowi canaot pay." Dr. Forbts ROM, a well kr.own street physlcUn, Is one, however, who not asrce wiih thla, WM going along a street or.c day when he saw a hcrsi flown. He through crowA- looked at tho horse, that an JE- me3Jatc optratlon to jr.vo life, performed U thcrs and and weal on his way, Xo or.e him, but he for nor get aay ;ta, HOBBLE SKIRT HAS KILLED PETTICOAT (Special Loxoox, Saturday. Thaata to the with which worota cttng to the hobble skirt, as it cllagt to them, Mr. Kobtrt Georse Hunter, Carltoa- Chambers, R-gaht atreet, managing director of a.Snr. of pettlcoa: manufacturers, Mitered a petition in bank- ruptcy a few dayt ago. He that whets the hobble skirt came tn the petticoat went out, and the company filled. Ths official receive th he Bank- Court asked, "In otlvb words, you rasan to any the ladles ha'vo given up Sir, Jiualer replied, so, ar.fi tho than Euro for> drastic they have, a way 'would "appeal, to elActioaeerlng whose' "I think, '.attendance In-American 'aocels.iails to, Parliament. Europe, as hotel, sorvahls'tacross the At- meeting of- constituents and attended -.it lantlc have not; yet learn of seifl which is the_mo.s't his pockets full of.gold. which was bsartiiyr applauded, ht characteristic In such seryitprs. ;They. are inclmed'to be assertive, Unme-x. "I must'Informlyou tbat there diateiy noticed by "On the superexcel other-hand, for solid election. lent cuiaine and ''the: of'not intend 'to g luxury, commend me to' of .feet "and m and .cais in mis, rqon England parikularly Is flfst class will-lay me on'Ui hostleries; hut it Is :o America'that we sovereigns T ils.'to be no bribery "on our side during this Tor ray >art, I do a" hslfptnos if-aneasioeM.1 and especiaiiy the New York; hotels.' We But I-aiti.aCraiei.that'tlnre'.arA ras- are rapidly in and in this, rooin and that presently the and take five hnn- "ou't "of-tny. pockets." The next few minutes were spent by the agent upon the table calling In maki .'MOMantTaf to arlctln ikat. Tearii Mr.- Ha-nack some v- 's in Beeri Looted; .Five tiir.es within five years'St.. has never .been ;-v; Jv JnyestIgB.Coa; the latest vrhloh.occurred about.ten'days that' tlve burglars 'entered top .and after cutting- a. ;-hole tiro square Jn a' meraorial a, curs Tor" "or' veii' Cathedral by 'way oC of 'etteeklnc the- advance- of. the b-is been most iaCefaUgable and lelf-sacrlHcing: in his. Xet.that he did not .realize the "dan bu t_ :.as. .he prp.- with his: research anA .found that Wa work waa beariugf. -fruit hU till he. fell a. Vic- tim tg'derBJaUtls... tached to one ot the. pinnacles. "After vainly attempting to force- ehs-acle on ..the high ailar :'i. into several poor boxes, with, small prpflti the thieves entered the Bishop's patece an 1 'F; eight superb old chalices tcenth. fifteenth and sixteenth century workmanship, several sljoiet rings and' the Crimean War medal award- eU to Dr. Butt, "who before b'ecomlnc Bis6% op "cvas'a chaplain In-the army. look for the lait word in hotel modernity and luxury." TAILORS OBJECT TO STATUE'S COAT SKIRT (Spjcia! Dispatch.) Saturday. London's tailors object to the nawly erected statue of Sir Kenry Irvlny. From their point of view It Is not artistic. "The flrst according to tho Tai- a shrill, small voice. NEW WAIST.LINE IS NOT YET LOCATED (Special Dispatch.) do not know yet waist Is to' this winter, for keen rivalry exists among fashionable dressmakers as to weethed. In the for the new frock ar.d coat design. Jt shall natural waist or just beneath arnu lor and Cutter, "is the curving outward of ofter the nianner dlctated by the Empire. the beginning ot the of the tha bottom comer of the front Of the skirt, H the unlns hafi Deon put in large'and fashlow tho edge stretched. Now It will be salp to their the short sotfles that this is artist's licer.sa that this curve Imparts life; fr.at may be true, but never- theless It's bad The other solat ._ __. 'ccpt change and fomoid tns prw- nientioned Is that the aklr: is rauch Icnscr ent rivalry between the -two fashions, ss- IU day Fighter Must Not Lag II .Q in and The Ring Is No PlacelorX'Peaceable Citizen, .Says British'! Judge-in of Referee for Disqual- j ifying Goldswa'in for "Not Trying." j. Jn Amer- 'ca. those who follow the pamo will bo Interested !a> m. decUloa by the Kings Bench Division In which, in dismissing an appeal from the decison of a Judge the County Court, Justices Darling and Buoknilt upheld ths action of the referee at tho National Sporting Club in Goldswain for "not try- Jn a content held in tho club house last contcat was tor the charopIonvMp. and by the terms of the agrestneai Into by the boxers It arranged that should put up and that should be added by the club. counsel, was beginning an interesting count the..Qghr, Justice Daring aakad him to wait z. moment.' "My brother he "U gotnB to explain rhc: technicalities." Uce. Buchnill, whose interest la sport Ja gene-rally known, whlspeiad to the pre- siding Judgd.. "I said Jmtlce Darling later "that It 13 the duty of pugjjtot undertake? to fight to go on committing assault and battery- M fast and htrd a, possible. Occasionally he rtfoses to do this and becomes a peaceable citizen. hangs upon the nock of the other batant and then this Is objected to b- referee and others who como :o se- nght. Ke s accordingly ordered to re- xaToreo accoruingiy ordered to re- by the Emprws JosepMr.. her tedles haVC Assault ar.d battery, and If he docs at the Court oCN.poKon. On. of mcsti" WM t..at each man should be allowed tor! noted refaMd ac- than would fca Is sortInE recently to asajortty now. and yet it impsrts height tc the figure. Apparently that to wWt kapptrnd. The QuesUoa ?or :he sculptor, we are told A.UK? the to'Ui, exhibited at the Tartowi ahowi of wlntw IB, Should ha Ignore the dictates o: fa-nh-1 modes, looking vary atea upon 'on in .on i.. cflc-t' n- cflc.t. o. Is law for tho artist In eculpturo and another for tha An critics here nro having- a til o; fur. at lisa oxpono a! Mr. Eroc'.c, K. A., the it It the result that tny he rofuBsd to leaving UabllKlw of and i-xtslr.iRJco tho Htitu; o: the sr'oai nrtor look ll'Vn a. tpK.'.r'i lallor'a very un It a few tecfoM agn. A between tht two It betag made by meant ef sxtcnds upward the natural wdUt line. 71 ta iaOa sad sflk In embroidered fabrics. Xo at- nade to Introduct wasp hul racrcJy a scat, trir: waJst tfcat jlnsures abEoiulc corafort to tho but that in the ol titner man "not trying" hs should ro-jtcst notMnc, the agreement rurther ho {s cfuzon. welterweight charapionshlp. unfortunately Wdlnc that tin of the referee' about rather badly In tho tenth and not iubjcct an ap-j stopped by the IB aay coun of law. OoMewate was --h tlwn for MO tfll, [eleventh rovndf, the oonteat was then "c who disqualified ;hlm. Ths plaintltT was "punished" w> (much that in tho eleventh round WM M t to hav? bcon "holdiag" his opponent, and then brought an ac-j The referee. In his evidence, said SAW !n training expenses, and for which h. tha: hi, o waa And they had asrecd should bo dcductcJ ty ihe oxoluslve power to not u. and hssded to him. j S'Jf Xs Mr, Scott, K.C.,