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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta "COUNTING THE GmnANS" Royalty Is Preparing for a: Gorgeous Coronation; i A. 14. 'tie- XVk tcooad M. Britain, Hoy the ctak at ami of 183942, did fWKt'. attitude of BritUh hoihie Tkw u teen ninifeited by oppocitioa to Vr iateraatioflal opium conference that ifct, BritiiU fovenUDeat the poi it fen that the exwtmf trea- apiuit HIMI Tke letter of war a Mr. UwMMy and View tie opttm cfttiac UML tucks W teMV Britfck tt Cu i" Irm if litlint-j full o'n of n the differeBo mm the ordinary tariff not be vefj Horueniberin'B how tenants of apart- ments arid'chambers in Stl" James' proflted by footna. for aid even" to> 'or the funeral of Xnijf Edward, ors of house's -en 'the .ho p recession in June have an ngeuious .scheme IB profits thit occupiers may make -by etllng their- rooms forrthat occasion. The. rentals of chanib'ers on Sti. James' thlac ta ao much. ia backbooe "Wai-wu-pu 'if you ftantiBC; aaA and the I t'haiafar from "you wfil atopped it alL .What need; then, up tbto The treaty will then _ __ ormal Alliance -This is the Advici'-bf.Mr.' Frank of Onel War Vessel Every I talked with u-alters In the Old Gam-! krinua, in Appenrodt's store; and In other; Distinctly Anglo-German and'' th'ey all indorsed the expianstlon or his'preaence in Eng-lajid given by the soli-' ta'ry German waiter whom I found In tho hSatoHcally, and therefore distinctively, English resort Icnown as "Vc OJde Ciics- iiire Cheese." kWould Keep Right On! "t am. in uo saii, "because I could'not snake' a" living In Germany. Here work is plentiful for men who under- their'calling, ana the wagcfe arc btiter than those paid to waiters In tho Fatherland." "VVhat J-QTI I asked, "if Ger- many declared -war on "I would to my position as Ions as I could." he replied. "I owe nothin tut the accident of birth to Germany. England is my home, here my children were born, and if the v.-orst carne to the worst I would defend tho land that me my living." Many employers tvho vrere seen by the Horning .Post representatives In that fewer Germans ara now em- Builen, AVho Knows. M'ucli_ sGreatPro- the Bayonets Darned'b Members Ah- cieijt Religion.. j ji: (Special: Di ,mch.') R. F. T. BULLEX. HE year 1511 of the Ctichalot." amonff other] record one forlnaVsil.activity a.-r.ons things, has miide knowr SWS fSp2ciaI Dlsr.atch.) LOVBOV, SAturday. Qgurfc-''nily in theV'l] Year's of- the ITc showed pictures, of whales, sharks.- swordtish other monsters of Dreadnought only thirty-eight type arc In the the is in the interest of the liberal party, identified chiotly with philanthropic ocean, but one 16st all fear in listeningrcompleting and completed, and to Mr. Builen dnscribe their engaging result of more than live years' iittlo ways and cute little tricks. [work. In one year on According to the shark December 31 next. this.number will a really estimable character, whose: thus be almost doubled." business is to be a. scavenger of the sea. j of the vessels to be launched this He eats whatever comes r.ezr him. In- i year eleven will be British. On January water, this isNvork." He is president of the Jewish Soup Kitchen, a generous supporter of many Jewish charitable Institutions, and-. Is a member, of the council the Anglo-Jew- Isia Association. Hi.s two Sir Robert H. Ra- cluding men. not because he likes men, 17 the first of these will take tfca water j terestod phacl and Sir Arthur Levy Lever, while in- but because they happen to be !n the Thunderer will be launched at way. Blackwell. After telling the. little one? that he. Next'to Britain-comes Germany with has seen a shark oat a bag of seven launches, but this number Sn- he asserted that if a man falls into three which to ployed in London than at any time during j the shark will wait until he'the original have been twenty years. All of these menj finishes splashing before trying to cat launched in Four of the eight vessels'of the Brlt- A1I of these menj Dishes splashing before trying to cat'tai; rrfueed to credit the statement-that thejhlm- forget to splash when! Metropolis coataine Germans trained to called out." the arms and fit to be Moralns Post says you meet a shark. 1200-1910 programme are already Although he has a devouring huncer. .lir. j launched, whereas of the four Germans Builen says thac the shark is a loving- par-, provided for cnt. and that he establishes lifelong friend-1 launched. The in 1309 only one is other three "'will ta'se the that though tho information pained by it sn'ps- One of hls most intimate friends is. water this year, and it te- ex peeled also fe reassuring "one must not suppc-ss Hulc hluc mackerel.-which sailors caJlfthat rhe four 1? tho presence of a body oi Germans-3- whlch a.cCOCTPanics launched before ne: ?1Q ..vessels be txt. January. fc England I3 a fact to which we r'kc a Here's a chance for some; It is clear, to ob- pay na attontlon. Our Improving port to write' a few stanzas on servers, that If tho rata orbulldlng is nrlth their'Rreat nation is a subject for "the love oj tho shark and the mackcrcVj not accelerated there-vessels will, not B'.TJcere conRratuiation. but docs not ab- von have that stirring leave the stock.1? until: 1912; in which us from the duty of taking "Il5 ;hc North "ea Lived a CJreat Britain wHU'have launched precautions." ir, industrial and chari- table work. ;'nave been honored by the King because of their attainments and the rank which they have achieved In their pro- fessions. But it is the of knighthood con- ferred upon Mr. Joseph. '3.tho Duval or of London, that gives the pleasure to his co-relEeionists. for Mr. Uuilen is to The writer of the Post article then calls attention to the fact that before the war of 1370 there -were many Trance who. returned to their knowledge that-they had Franco proving .x-cry useful radcrs. The Post concludes this singu- larly Interesting article by .declaring that "ro Jong as England remains supreme at ten thd Germans among us can do no but ends -Kith this pessimistic in- quiry, "Arc we sarft of retaining that this dreadnought o' the be Is harm just like bcllercd ln mi eleven to Germany's three. why, wj.rn the United States two are of knichthood. ha jcJiyflf'h. 1C you chase take the water; in Russia, four; two j they see in Sir Joseph, na Tw now must be called, the best type the self made man. There is a story the knight otves his real ..-tart: In life to anj American, Mr. Goorgc when' he was over here with Bailey Show. awarJcn restaurant con- cession to Sir Joseph, wno was thon known 3.nd liked as just Sir Joseph. aUhough a ;.oupportcr of every IfJiuins Jewish charity, has not con- hls sifts wilhin sectarian lines, and h'e'. received the was deluded with to Pacific Coast Representatives: in Old Em- pire Cited as Evidence. WASHINGTON NEWSPAPER Chili ar.d [telegrams from such widely varying Canon -McCormlck, of St. close COMCS snd li can iro io sleep Rosentlahl, o Sisters: of the Poor. on fr.f bed of the ocean for fix. months. navyt Writes in the January- number of! fn {0 .toscrh'aa the Childs Deutsche Revue, published m Ber-cj London nrt intended. thc of series 'of articles j- onc --nc .creatcst bMPiness or- I Chief Navies of the World." in antl while he enters 'which he seeks to prove that the n: popular .prices he NAVAL PROMOTION has no necd to troable lhe L [SfECIAL CORRESTOSDENCE.] ToKIO, Dec. 2S, 1S10. URTD speculation over the bilitiw ot i. Chinese-American ance, coupleil with continuous critl- clsnKof China and everrthias CW-{ Empire, -wrllwr is the writer, tlM M .necessity of doinc Io aare further In nick of felt upon of utilizing- for a. rapprochement. In curry wfth who a El no- American order to Japnn. "But idea of an American itlteaca with China, is the un- of unthtskabio and is playlnj: tMs simply China, MM gvin CMI for otbccHB tak UM NOVELTY IN LONDONl (Special DSspatch.) S ofHcc girl iricEFe taken her ir. Er.el'sh >nd her dtbut a.1 St. Martin's r has o.! life Grand fow days caused excLtement as the flutter of boyish hearts .-.vhteij. t urvdsr tho smart, uniforms of the Gcs- Post Office. iN-i.ox, Paturdty In tho r.cxt few weeks r.n Interesting j director of the 'ashionablc jher naval slrentrth. He snows, for cx-jTrocaflero anj tno rmart Gaiety restaur- Moreover. he associated with Gluckslcln's in controllinit the acco of the metropolis. vfc -viitr T Tf'P'c Entente in respect of nxval strcagth Sftimon vhe Tr.jjlc Alliance enormous. t v j Whcn a.j lno vessels in they are promoted to the rank of Ad-jhlgh seas torpedo boats and 202 sub-! Sir Joserh Lyons, span from Ms ab ral of the Flcc-t. In which case whereas the Triple Alliance.ias a business man. has other tMPnts. ?ervices would 'oc extended for a furthar JTc-UI He five cnly These Ailr.iirala aro Lord (battle ships. 2S larga 60 amailj Sir C. iirjomlscrs. 207 high seas torped> and Sir IL H-jndersou. [and 32 submarines. s. sroMl painter, the author of t? Mr. Cecii L> a. born raconteur. nsse. is a marked feature fttj current comment of press. Occasionally there breakfl through picture of gloom a ray of Ug-ht In of evidence of some of the; situation in China and of the why, In her hour of need, sbc turns to onn nation" that has been truly the friend of China, But theiw are few, and. apparently, matte'Ilttle or no Im- press'.on -upon the sum tota.1 of. commeRt. The irvrmion snvrn to rnnce Tsal-Hsom 5n the United Stiton, cmncment It with the remarkable enthusiasm by tho Chinese over the deiejjnllen of American busin-ss men rspreaeatinir the Pacific coast Chambers ot Commerce every city In China they visited, ftrved to provoke another outburst Japanese press, "The fact that mot of designs upon taya the Mainlchl Dempo, "has rtiatle of of Ttai-Hrcn. to Si how Amerlcar. much he has ic be preand with Chbvwe irtw arc concsnMd in Mi rcco of jingoiitic Japan that led to tha of Uitwrnal SnatitutimtB and in in victorkM o'ver China Ruerft. In on contrftry, mbounA whose chief tlm to expand national 9 k patnt which all other a mentftbto lack of that other nchoo) of. and fur sighted peraofii who .-would realiie the Importance' ''of reconstruction, as a preliminary to A more arfi- It la thin says the writer, which exposes to cowtentptuout treatment at tho of other Powers. PRIZE FOR JAPAN'S AVIATORS The jourwUKtic contlnxw The Tunato on tte first UofMJ -miixii. TOKIP, Dec, W, Kokumin Shim- 7 offers a prize of yen to Japanese avUtor who {paper win announce i The points to the oy In Great Britain 'proETfss made of in the field of avU- n Hong Kong Shan-1 lion sn Kurope and America, and adds in tn'3 topo'tant branch of, th.rd Is tfcat fa t only are those placw, out In Fortuffai is found of Mftcac. The Japanese yr nmeni has appointe4. a military airship commission, and in pri- vate circles numerous would-be W--'- Mlrly jwampcd the patent term xrith of a wJU-o'-the-wlsy. It ;