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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta "Rotors ;oi Parishes on Their Own Initiative. SPECIAL TRIBUNALS ARE ESTABLISHED 'Examiners and Consultors Must In- vestigate Evidence in Each Case and Majority Vote Rules. QUEEN riARY'5 PROPOSAL LOTON JOPlCl Hold Court Durinz Day; MMim M London Society Is Alarmed at Prospect (Special ..decree .of the ut- most importance to ail bishops and priests-. In-the'.United States 1ms been issued-by tlie Oonsistorial tc j preseut the bishops have been tbr" pole arbiters in deteraiicing; the removal of rectors of parishes, of whicli there are .ftbont- eight thousand Ja the United "States! .-Tie new ;--decree completely' this sjstera and establishes a .rigorous procedure regulating all sack -'removals. In the tiie numLer of causes can justify the "remorardf a rector his will-'are "'clearly specified ander ..Bine heads, iaciading perpetual insanity, .grave physical or mental incapacity, loss "dJ: reputation, imminent danger of scan- dal, rooted hostility of the people, bad admiriistratiott, gross "neglect of parochial duties and confirmed disobedience, but Tvhen any of these clauses is ob- :vious3y present the "Bishop cannot re- .move the offending rector on his own; initiative. ExaiainiitJoTj Provlilea. In every diocese a number or examiners; iind will be When ai case oi rernoval Is to be discussed the Bishop must call the two senior examiners, and with them Institute- a formal examr inatlon of the case. Then the- Bishop and the two examiners vote. If a majority of two Is in favor oi -removal, the rector Is tormally invited to resSg'n. j. If he declines he has the rlgrht of pre- senting evidence to shcyw that the decision was wrong., and the tribunal .of, three ex- amines evidence can brills'- Then they vote again with the obligation) rhe Amencan Ambassador and Mrs. pf conscience not to decree bis removal unless its justiiication and necessity. A majority of two again- is necessary.. I If this formal decision is again in favor j Of removal the rector may appeal. Tlhe'l Bishop then summons the two senior.! eonsultors of the diocese and -with them txinstitutes- a new tribunal 'before w'hlch Uie rector may present fresh" If' FIBST Sadly Deficknt in Use of Words and Spelling, Liexicogiiiphers Combined to Give Them Knowledge. S may flnt ar> to woman's world IB the antrtiaa of Sir of "tie Oxford Xafttib ZHc- tlotwiry. that .dictionaries flrit MEMORl STAMPS King Takes First Impressions of Stamps Intended to Raise Centenary Fund for Descendants of Genius. I teatliiKMKtal to he at a eaoh, are htlnf tbe object of a centiniry to jrpellingr and use ot word. "All of such -wit- opinion that hfcrd -woijds hutfir softer tbU .Owrje or His of Charlw ibe is that all at write first have' toeeu Famous Chicago, I Bif TELLS OF HIS METHCBS Favors Dramas Dealing, with JJf-e'j Fundamental Principles TteSbei Than Topical" Subjects. needs of wamon -wttfc and use .of with the at bottom. j. which Lord retard.'to the proper ttfat inspired their Tor Instance, 'th the Matter English Dictionary stated for use of or toy other iaisSdlfisl person." while a 'later dic- tionary was :announced for the oae of more knowing: women and the itarned Of Oxford, JCmflish Dictienary, volumes already hare pub- lished lit course of though the bekfaunlnff in carrying out Ttf It looks as if to' America in Bnjtfaoa. ay to the UiAt.if (Special HBNBT of in later to and are TTnlveralty and tfae--. the American tud notible- peraow In the world's literature the Aix In Dickens' work, an Difference Between th Necessary Costumes Causes -Real Uneasiness.' DORCHESTER HOUSE DOORS AGAIN OPEN About ol century, Sir, Junes bvrtag up, the worlc himself in. A chief feat- -vroric is'tb lie In the ielec-: tioa arronsfemciit of qaotitloni. "It has been -to' Irolia flvVpci special iron Ixntee to contain paid to explained Sir 'In ba-in receipt of'not'I A ceBltfnl TJOvaUst to-day million quotmttTO thwse Strips- of claaslAed were put end to end iliey would reach froia one Great-Britain to inUw. material vcl- of Chicago.: on wai lavttei Retire aco, bet hM not had laita winter. la, the course of "a -naturmily to do to PaK.Maii, told me dWt Miatt may iij j-" -L' acene in in -an EiijUiih Mr. a than PERFECT: SKELETONS OF THE STONE Prehistoric Human Remains of Man and Woman, of Priceless Value, Found In Etedf ordshire. Ttee tte prtient io Jiot freaki, tat it 'i, not a pfobleai in toy HIS ONLY fio not take interwt in who iopes to have his 'playa years hea is Pessimists' Alarm Is ihe Light of Facts and ures as Gathered Whitslaw Reid Only at Small Private Dinners. Y (Special-Dispatch.) LojTDox. HAT Is characterizcfl among- society afloat as that 1 Is dis- removal, 13 eventually decreed the !ike? late Bishop roak'ss suitable provision for him. j Applies to Entire Clmrclu Tho .-present .decree is to apply to the -ntire Church. It constitutes the first ia- talznant of the new code of ecclesiastical "s. ghastly rumor' Queen llary, who probably will revert to the Victorian custom arid cold bor courts this daytime. They" hope that rumor is at fault, but court dressmakers are In hopes that the rumor may prove true. and with veipr good reason. It is "a" very different thing attending a vv-hicb is to-wrem the Catholic Church conrt in tte. fiaytime, ttaB at nighL diminishes the For wear the dresses need be neither so British army is more popular" than he. HefShe had planned to return to America this' .his D. S. O. in the South African war, and also distinguished himself during tho Ttfatabele campaign. Now.he is solos to the Grenadier Guards, which iie ulti- mately -will be commander. j DORCHESTER HOUSE OPEN. -1 "While Lira. "Whitelaw Reffl was away In1 America Dorchester House was practi- cally closed, so far as anything In th-s [manner of social Junctions was concerned. Tv-eek. but has altered her arransemems 'iVf A remarkable discovery of the skeletons 1V7 of a. and -woman. to VV stone age, -which antiquarians consider ot-. priceless wick, in Bedfordshire. were Saytoff near 'the line of the of tlie river Ivel when they the skeletons. season a any the opening 'bf hand alarmists John 'Boll believe that sport its cannot outlive that.are fox that the slow came at the last moment, ana It is doubtful if y Kh'e will visit tho States all this year, as wno is comias: over from. New i'ork, and she probably will join him Paris, airs. James Heary Smith also Is science. stopping: for a Bhort in Grosvenor; The male -well knoTrn antiq-uary, It as his opinion that :he neolitlUc of land tenure Jn Eng- deterioration in an incrisasine artl- There ls a the metnod of importance to the world 1s believed to have a expensive nor, brand new. Women xs countries and -grants: rectors. of mis--can go to court Jn-dresses which nslty.of. tenure an_d a' legral gniar-' done fluty at other functions, or even _ nt'ee "which 'they have never before en- opera, with, perhaps, the addition of the rM -the same tinie it; wiil- be Ions train, -and a bunch omed by the bishops as relieving them ot ostrich feathers on their heads. very grave responsibility. TJie decree 'also 'is. most important-as "in-'can ilcating code of'.efec one or more luncheons of a more or public character -which the Ambassador Under the. artificial defects tea a; be-hidden. --Even of the j aiU iiore entertaining Is code of'.electric light a dress which has been thelr country home, "West Parkr. h- I chieftain, and he musi have been a man Mr. and 2trrs. Hamilton McCorinlck are1 or magnlScent physique, as skeleton doc.- a_, ny.n .nneo at House in Hertford street, where six feet six inches. the very little to being done" fcave some _. of (the systeaa of hand reariar cuis tnrn- Lne down imported foxes; serious tfewth cf claims upon the fiiuuscial Ot almost every a of sympathy with huntsmen the ptfrt" of the smaller fmrraera. j ___ ,massive. The woman was laid just now except a few private dinners and Slace their retum "om abroad, right angles to the man. her feet rest- mos: ot Vrlth thelr sons and at Ostend ing against the side at bii body. -trfPS to ently when her lord died had been and thirteen ao itnaw 'this .better tas he.-wroti. riffht after, a heayal, you will nof find it maiitioBtd of his '.playa, 'On the' wrote about 'ereata. of the his plays are .rarely play is Though bnntinE- Is far from it was fifty or .sbfiy years Aff it is Cer- Plus X.'whTEch te' the, fi-rst 'complete may bear the stamp ot.brand new- ever codify: the daylight. Hence-the joy e Church, of cardinals :bf the couct who, naturally, >-f the and chosen from "more' -durmg j.he r-mong exper.ti in canon.' of ,Queeni-_ Victoria --than they had in whole-world, baa been at work under .the rcgirhe''. of; Ed ward an this undertaking for sev-en Queen. Alepjidra.' "f has.: only now completed its REAL ORDEAL FOR due to tfcc. "nature of son. where Mr. and Mrs. Whitelaw Reid have London Stady At the _ me nrst of the will be sent, with froni -the convenience'of wearing dresses- -which' have j3one before, the ne-a-jear, the first women do- not like the rumored ie -will be sent, with change, because they have to turn out In e strictest obligation of secrecy, to all broad daylight In full evening clothes, They will be much decollete, powdered cheeks, -dla- such monds, and feathersj to" say.nothing of ik advisable, sittir." in their carriages in the Mall, wait- Three months will be allowed ftn-thds work.-, tlSeir turn to enter' the Palace court- When all the copies of the draft, wlth-the d the searching ..glances anfl rubjoined. observations, are returnea to ltic'ai remark of the suburban ladies, Rome the Pontifical commission r0r toe. v attended to big crowds in the: of the canon law will examine' he In the world, -equired to study it and su changes as they -may think started with a series of Saturday to day shooting parties. Mr. and ilrs. John are but i seen in London, though they still keep No. T Carlton Gardens as their town resi- Sance. They spend most of their time at Charlton, where they, too, are having sev- eral parties for the shooting1. Mrs. Amory Moore, who Is. stopping -at tho'IUtz Hotel before'depardns for New Tork In the near future, has been at; Strathpeffer all the summer, stopping- atj Elaick, the pretty bouse she has occupied i for several years, and where she has do'ne a great deal of entertaining. Before she! left sh'e gave a ball at'the which, was said to have been one of the most successful ever given there. Then she stayed on a little later in the North than are for the n of King George Duke of Norfolk, as Earl Marshal, Publishes- Royal Command of Attendance and Tells'Guests Exactly How They Shall Dress on Momentous Occasion. talnly by no means in a bad case. If It were, as Hie County pomts out. would Great Britain, on tte-eve of -anottier able to boast that acre in these the'-sotiiid. of-icjn and in the months,