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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta First Untversal Races Coojress, Or- Ionized .by Dr. Adler, of Columbia University, Be Held Next Year. Geneva Loses Its Teacher of Sitlrrnvr. 0. XE of the- most remarkable con- grttssw ever in London is to take place next year soon afterthe corona-f. tion. It is to be meeting of EJUK and; juja .wjll be known the "First j Universal Races Congress.'" It was ofig-j" Inated as fir back 1S06 .jFeUr; Adler. professor of social'ethics of Cotum-i University, and the to the: appeal have been so numerous that up to j the present more nations havoi intimated-their intention of being repre-i ..There are thirty presidents meats, a dozen British, -go vtrnovs., nearly f .the same number of ministers. professors of iaiernatloaal law, raora than oversea and 120 members of Court of Arbitration of the! .Second Hague Conference, and the-geherall is Kimpstead. gone to America to fuller arrangements- The Writers of include many emi- fteiA men, such, as Sir John 'iMacdcnell. Vaster o'f the Supreme Court; Sir Brace, late Governor of Slaurltlus; Sir Sydney Olivier, Governor of Jamaica; Sir ;Henry the well known traveller; and .explorer; -Giuseppe Sorgi, oCJpffDirc A'PCT .Borne; His Excellency Ting-fang, UL AKfc TRAINED Ambassador at Washington; TO EXPRESS EMOTION IV C. 'Croxton, of "Washington, chief I t __. of the United States Iramlgra-i tfoa.. Commission; .Mons. [Leon Bourgeois. p French Prime and a -host of all equally emineet and yihe -object 61 congress ie to Jn the light of modern knowledge. .-modern the" general between .the peoptee of and .those of. ;the "lEastr-betirwa and -the- ieartier. eo-oparastoa, wjiltfcml "end. STARS PROPHESY _ DefTnite Predictions Mdpsers; AI- Accepts Invitation of Dresden to Practise His Method in That City. Are Master- pieces 'of Says Correspondent. (SFECUL board the flagship of the first! squadron of the German high seaj fleet, the second of German Bread--] Great Britain's Defences Keep Pace with Her Need Naval Correspondent Refutes Lord Charles Beresford's kWorst Forebodings. ADMIRAL'S FIGURES PROVE: UNRELIABLE (Special Dispatch.) L.OTOON, Saturdar- noughts, I was welcomed by Vice Admiral j the naval question will be the subject Pohl, In command. The X'lce Admiraliof discussion when Parliament spoke to me of his very ereat appreciaJ9embi6S next Jnotlth' ls not regard for its officers. _two open letters to the Frlme Minister on in China and elsewhere he has learned i subJect of the naval policy of his to -know the value of these officers." and Vv among: them has many -friends, lnter.6St of these commnnica.doiis we parted he drank the health' of W reliability of the American navy. the AdmJral'faas put together The- Admiral is certainly one ot the the rslative Positions of the fleets of and-valued-of German flag Britain, of Ctertnany.. aad he bade me look round on the ships 'and year 1SJ3-19H. of. his masniflcent command vlth natural Lord Charles has been pride in the service to which he belongs, in .his wUrnate. re- ff the been enable to ,ia- Two days ago the battle ships "f j and Wittelsbach went o.ut of commission. W.m'e over their companies io 'the" jRheinlaad and the Posen, so that now; wfth his fiagship and the Nassau. Admiral Pohl bas under his orders the first homo- geneous division of German Dreadnoughts. OTHERS TO JOIN COMMAND. elude in of British vessels those >f they 13.335 tons. The of what Lord period. Of Lori displacement of the' ai> n-.cred cruisers of the Triple will therefore be, tons, while the British aggregate, as shown .above, will pore this total: ipreadnoushts. the The 'Admiral tells-me that next year- with rA" perhaps .one of them, earlier-three other Charles under .ex croze is leaviag Genera, and great Is felt here at. his departure: "t-Geneva loses 'Dresden will gain. the, Saxon capital, ruKy appreciative ot the Importance of cae-new school music which 3lons., has offer to Dresden, where, as a farther to him. he-has been -oSTcri xo-form a. school of his own ar.d 'i .so. reluctantly, the od-of .teaching musical Si means of symnastJe exercises leaves here. Splendid is the German Dreadnous Til: ere were exercises for. the indepen- Oa of dence of the limbs, "to display the mastery his departure Mbns.- j of, ths brain over the body, 'ihe feet -ood enough to .temps'; and the har.ds tw0f right hand'beats "trexisi' ir me to attend oneofh-U classy a period- o- very And.' ui n tecaps" acd'ihe7 left -deux te noble harbor enterprise, created. They do not resemble in dlsposi- j tion of armament the' plans of the new- battle ships ,of other nations. In the -West- falen and her-three sisters, as-is towsm. there are -barbettes forward and abaft, and two barbettes on either broad .moment proper giving big guns to fire tern and either'beam. I ,ob- too, that In the Ostfriasland, which different in an advanced stage-of construction, .-always but'without her guns .on board, the samaj r Germany, 21; Italy 'hts as they'He In the t.- or i'total of 25 'British Austria, against 2T for. vhich German ana AIHance. vinsr _ uer- steadily onward, have aanylis that given-by Mr! Agquit in h in July debate on the shipbuilding vote and Is inclusive of'the four armored next -year. .The cruisers for the defence of which ;iprd "Charles, second" letter, tlie relativ-efigures f or 2314 should 'Britain, o.f an--asr'i eresate displacement tons; Ger- many, 3S. vessels, of tons; -Italy, 4 vessels, of and 'or ships which _she will wlil 7 therefore for-them has. yet-to''be voted although'.there is lit- eventuaily" be- the to'irhlch the..notesXbe-larrAnjrement' le government vessels. .-Tts2i4tfa Year.' (Special right-: otT. _-lt artistic treat--worth >lt took place the smaller haU Of the big building __ M the CSonetltatlon.. sps. jljsra those for the developing' cf spontaneous The right. kand cieats temps." the left ''quatre the -vord the rtverse. Third. some couple "ere exercises assembled, a lot of idence -he.Iirabs and a retiring inovement. a running', movena.ent. the music, and all is, preserved, kno-wn as to the-plans-'of but there will, almost a- am. toM thai uu the :-r new 'Italy ship and" begun three -others, -but her constructive car- possess -a.-j armored, i -in- regard; to destroyers'- th'ere .-srill 'bi i -raider fifteen yeare-.old ish boats eirly in with.'a of tons.' T excludes; of -course, irMchl-may Provided. the Excluding be btiat-. under next 'two. e same the -y and "-1312. pro- will "have' at same _. _ i a AOL OL I S ,-th. J year. ha. ,a from down to tZ I. {setter mariiaV who pin. their faith Q ten 4_ l_Ja- Tor the indeptrn- The feet beat predictions to -the future-find .many signposts DKESS-. trouble ahead. Tiiis. almJasac, .too. Mgfecu; --mil -re'thoei to reJaBd. Ik February the .Tittle isVe .begin a period of misfortune, .Saturn eatexs'ber ruMar sign, and therein .durmy. coming- three years." "Much sorrow" be its lot in April "serious troubles" are foretold for "terrible happenings" in August, win. pursue thrcHighout ithe and the harvest will Eeferrinff to the United Kinsdosn gea- It is held that "the culmination of Mercury shows an increase of trade and but in square. to Neptune, were clothed in close-fitting com-'prisi' ome arittiorlty, lor it ssnr is ptoation blue knitt the 214th year of itt 'oieaer, and, has some ataadinc In Vigy' the. hair to coTer aaytbinc aiay hap- the moat .and harmonious. Strange it may seem, the French have taken left'artistic sentiment. free down irom above the knees.--- __ and a 'certain amount of' Their feet -were bare. Their' almost invariably dressed "in" style, affid the general effect was aizfi the hands' at- the the han'ds racked, rime, the {syncopes. There were jcisw, fcnrhythmic-., movements trul-y and all done with the grace of high pment of the German navy is in! the-climax a graceful leap of the older-girls are professors, of Germaey, after, for-the "system by As for HOES. cares to sa'y Httic about Jiut .ofw one feels sure, be .heard of hereafter. obiectloa to above simple clothing of the 'figure as indecent, whereas the Ger-i have accepted it as bemg propel rv T. J right, in my judgment, none those morally'degenerate or of prurient! could s-ee any indecency ugh a series of the most gra'ceful mo- tions possible to Imagine, lions. JacqadS- Balcroze-s .sj-stem is'.noiiiing zew, but for I SO U.NDS CALL" TO ARMS shows scandal in-high life." jUao tbe vague declaration'that "Jupiter in the .fifth i. wio read'this and to theatres and music halls, but -'-the affliction of Tenus- In the seventh '.house- showa a large crop of unpleasant terqiigSit to Thin "affliction of the 'seventh whatsver that may Is going to cause 'the troubie in Angwst, and it "ic be on the alert dlfficaltlee. Al- ahead. IN OSTRICH FEATHERS BOOMING Price, Fast Going Up'and the Weight Sold Increases in Proportion. (Special Dispatch.) ins Saturday. The trade In ostrich plumes is boom- and importers of these feathers are hard pushed by Court milliners anticipation of tha year.. r is increasing with sals In Mincing at the :'last bi-monthly sate the- weight sold to pounds, an advance of pounds in two months, but that '-does not nearly meet the detnand" orders (Special IJONDOK. Saturday. Englishmen who a little explanation Is neces-'' actively acivocat- It mast not be confounded ed the enactment of universal compul- TKTIV with the dances of Miss Duncan, 'Miss'' training of the male popula- The Jacques- Is not to teach daacta- i ln ot national aane-r. he S that to "do so -effectively every Si trained as To end' to dreasmakers In -coronation season of 'feathers in from the West which ic win a considerable time to meet. trade In ostrich an os- -trich feather merchant told corre- Bpoafieat, "is like, the trade in diamonds. by inciting them to a and natural 'plastic realization rhythms. And .he wishes It, aS may be dally understood that his pupils rCUmstances' fce has bsen toreraost In they are devotin- wtabliahmeat of selves'to musical-Instruction -o i rffle theatrical dancing M It is now generally admitted." said he, TRAINED TO EXPRESS EMOTION. pupils above all are musically in- spired, and simply express, with the move- ments of their bodies, the emotions which music, arouses in their souls. They are to the end that the body, "under he Influence of artistic, rhythms, becomes usceptible to Itself to reaj- ze them quite naturally, wlihout timidity 'wd without exaggeration. Mons. by his method. sects to give his pupils a new mentality, to famish -them with force of tic of .the Ge: stem to stem. -from, bridge- .have" .eight .and. .Austria, conning'tower to boiler and engine -rooms :tTrelve battla .shi I have visited every part of the WestfaJen, a total and. believe that I am first foreigner tlieTripie Allian 'be allowed that privilege. "jor 461-C82 tons, as compared with the I I have also visited the-submerged the BritlslL The British pedo tern, the Internal economy of the ship.. :Af ter 'much experience of the.' ships of f other nations I am able to say that the- new German Dreadnoughts are master- and 'have seen the whole sys-' therefore, be equal-to nearly per In Kaffiauail-K IFavpr, position Is even more favorable pieces design. Admiral Poal drew 'my attention to the advantages of the with its. splen- did new. entrance through two 'great ma- sonry locks, and said 'that he could take out his whole squadron of eight: battle ships, with attendant cnrisers, in a single jtide. The sea oattalion, which consists cf ai [fine set oC men. has returned from ex-1 jerdses and marched through the town to jits-'barracks. The men are still 'clad in jblue, bat "some men" here, have the ne-w jgray-ereen uniform which is to become the service dress of both navy and army. sidered. Great Britain -when the. armored cruisers of the pre-DreadnouaUt period are con- In 1314 England will 'bare thirty- isesa vessels, all .under twenty years of ajre'frojn ;date of launch, with a otal displacement of tons. Germany- have nine, with a combined tonnage ain includes- the ".thirty-abc driven-" I coastal .destroyers, wfcichtsarposs '-many.' j of -the-.foreign wniie in j to has provided j for- eighty-four, or. If -the- original -Hoi- lands and. the A. class boats are out I as obsolete, compared -with eight for Germany -anaaeven" each for Austria and, 'Italy. next year f0f battle two years .for cruisers and. torpedo craft, but: the above figures can 'hardly be said to snpporfthe contention of Lord Charles B_eresford that three years -hence the naval- defence or the empire wM'-be fraueht with "whose gravity I dSffictilt to exaggerate." It to b. all tion of Lady St. Helier, at the opening of ing. such a practice range at Cold Ash, Berkshire, "that, however inadequate training on a miniature range may be In comparison with that obtainable on an open range, yet nine-tenths o: the dlfficul- The n the Party d by mak- seat that the loaf, hidden in a where uj found by acother party or' soldiers, j father pleaded teat Ms children must! I OFFICl'ST LIKES Bond street, and did a -business in most exquisite lingerie, frocks, 'ar- ETfSKEO Public Vaccinator's Problem in- Qts of a Child, "Half Its Father Declares. (Special rjispatch.) Y o: service shooting may be lwft Was soldiers left them, half of ir -A a a miniature range. Writes or t "For many years, both officially privately, i have advocated and the Saturday. CCORDIXG to the British Medical has be Jf, she soon set up big custom. Urs. "Jack" CuaimiBS, a very popular ostess }n London, also made a big suc- ess as a. fashionable milliner, her hats ,ing for a time all the rage, The well n hat shop In Dover street which >es by the name of "Levena.1' was only ttro or three days. A medlcel corrcapondenV' the has tSt to a devastating Wly spreading plague whloh i wltlj In England. While the sudden onset, cough and of the lungs pointed to acute or f an infiuenzaj or septic type of the Jocal physicians statefl'that tn'e to! tensely Infectious character of the-majady the nature of the lung: expectoration, pointed to a pneumonia-of "a'-much dangerous .origin. So anxious Were the medical authori- ties regardingr the seriousness o2 outbreak, which none dares diagnose Jiat'Proi-essor Siins Tvuw.duwtd, of Cam-l ridse; Dr. Bulstrode, medical officer to he Local Government Board, and Dr Heath, the honorary bacteriologist be East Suffolk and Ipswich Hospital Into t ;