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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta July 8, Itfll. THE LKlHMkllKii: HAILV HKKALD Pure 8 MEDICINE HAT If you are interested in the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office and. let us show you maps, blue prints, etc., of ,v- City View Sub-division Prices Low. Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager Building Site Lots 30 and 31, Block 92, each; 1-2 6 arid 12 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Oil Black FOR SALE On straight Crop Payment Plan, 480 acres, 1 1-2 miles from Neidpaith. Switch, 4 miles northeast of Chin, good dirt, ,W. 1-2 of 1J-1M1. 320 acres partially improved. You will have to hurry. O. T LAIHROP I WHITNEY BLOCK. LETHBRIDQE. FOB SALE The 8 roomed full} modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 Westminster Rd, Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY JNaUMANCt LETHBRIOGI BIGGEST SNAP IN CITY 5 lots facing north on McKay 8( only one block fi om Westminstei Road, each. 2 lots lacing east in Elock 148, each Nortli LethbriJge Co. PHONE !36 CANADIAN PROFtSSbR DESCRIBES CORONATION OF KING AND QUEEN Professor Archibald MicMechan) (Copyright by. Publishers Press, Lid.) The targe red-card which the Bar! Mai-Rlml sent your .correspondent In formed him that his scat was No. 48, row Z.7. Tha did not sound very "promising, but on ending-tile hundred stews, that led to rom- JS.l. up H narrow winding stair he found that ft was one of the best places in the whole edifice to view tho great ceremony. In tho first place the scat was in the very front row, by the great pier that upholds the roof. Looking to tho right I could seu the choir, the top if tho choir scroen with tho musicians assembled, the whole of tho aisle to the west door, looking in front, 1 could see all the seats above- them reserved for th1 'corps diplomatique' looking to the left, I could sfte almost the whole of the 'theatre', the sqiiarc space be- tween the north and south transept, where the greatest part of the cere- :uony was to take place, the seats allotted to the peers of the realm, .he side altar glittering with huge jasons and cups and flagons of massy fining gold from, the Chapel Koyul, and behind the favored plac'es for the young princes--of the Blood. By standing up and leaning over. I co.uld see the back of. the famous throne in the seat of which Is .the stone of icone on which the Kings of England lave been crowned for hundreds of Paving was the famous-poets corner; There was another advantage. The Friforiuin is as high above the floor of tho Abbey as the main truck of a ship is above her deck, t was almost perilious to look down nit the 'coup d'oeil' was magnificent You are to imagine then, an an- i lient Gothic church, pointed arrhes I itained' glass windows, and atone I place. The family of the Umpire takes precedence over the foreign poten- jUiKS. G'r looks very stately In the dark blue silk mantle of iho St. .Michael and 'St. George left breast is a great round Immediately in front of him ii the whole front of hli.'.court dress Is a bright mass'bVald; no cloth is to be seen Does.'tie', think during this solemnity of the great open veldt and what lie hiive no color or OD thai drewes, and no Jeve.i; thttv ment Is their beauty. piMlc 1 tumultuous full throated, aid tb kliifV scholars from make the roof ecbo with their vlvati The Queen seals herself on an ftntlqvi chair {n front of .the Royal children her nmideus srntnjce her train an stand behind her chair like tall whit lilies. She lookn down the choir arii the iiiKlc SK if for the KliiK- He aooi follows robed In state. His roya mantle is borne by eight shapel; youths In scarlet, with whit" breeches and stockings; each is sjlr with a courtly sword. They take thel place in a row before the Prince o Wales. The music and the shout are almost freniled. The great office of consecrating; th to do your liomage.and service. Are yo.u willing to do the To this challenge, at every repetition the Westminster boys replied with splendid fierce .shout of "God Save King prolonging the name magnificently. H must have been a sluggish nature that could remain ,un- ihrilled by such an acclaim. Next In order came the Litany! and in the'firsUout burst of the familiar words, the ancient service resumed its ancient spell .upon the spirit. Now there was no suggestion of the theatre; this was religious cere- mony. The epistle and gospel for the day followed and then a brief but [jointed'. sermon. The administration 3f the- oath, the anointing, the pre- senting of the.spurs and so on with all their chivalrous significance' could riot be seen or heard from the north Trlforlum. .The canopy of cloth of gold held over the King's head was visible in part. H was thrilling also to see, as one by. craning.'-round corner ;he crown actually set upon the. King's A VERY ENGINES and "Yellow Fellow" Separators pnlv Ijcdermountod Traction Engine on the market. .Bracket! to Bteel Boiler. Lasts Longer, is More Powerful aid BMler to Handle than Engines. Avery "Yellow Fel- low" Separators Money Makers Cor and Grain for Fanners, They arc alto back- ed up by tbe Strom- eat Warranties ever driven by any manu- facturer. ASK US ABOUT THEM. AND GET PRICES BEFORE YOU BUT. W. R. DOBBIN, Agent Money to Loan on Improved Farms O 2 lots Block L, each, terras lots on water, Duff Addition, eaclli 3 spur track lots, each W. M. Harris Fire Insurance Room 1 Dominion Block Phone 1367 SAY, MR. FARMER! We tare choicest hall section In tbe Chin Pistrlct and will Mil at M on termi or ol) all casn Beit buv in that dlltrlct Acre tot on Weitmmiter Rd, 1800, easj termi The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 BLOCK. PHONE 771 Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpath Price Terms ASQUITH LINDSEY Red Eitate Mid Financial Broken Office 307 6th Street Phone 1183 RANCH FOR SALE of 1SOO of tint-clan land, only three illlm'froRi a live toirn.'Good balldlngi worth 13000; all kneed; SIM acres In crop. creek run" through tbe food placf for stock. fvr pirtlciilira ind price of Land WACDONALO BLOCK. REAL SNAP 8 roomed modern bunga- low on 37 1-J St. g. between nth 6th Am. 8. Further particulars at H.J.H.Skeitii 1941 OfTtM opp. Alex- andra Hottl. IN WHICH THEIR MAJESTIES great, dames of the kiiigddm arc ar- liead, to hear the unexpected .shouts rayed like the peers with trailing God Site tho King' and far crimson velvet mantles (rimmed with' the muffled repoit of the Tower guns ermine. ''As. sweep salute. At the same over the blue carpel'all. the peeresses {moment all the peers standing "put on look most majestic. No other word expresses the fact. They do not wear capes; their dresses, are cut low; and every one glazes diamonds. One thinks of the theatre and similar spectacles; but in things, the perception of the .make-belfeye is al- npncimost itithmetic and ciilatiori fail lamentably to suggest the immense wealth assembled here Tor these few hours. Nowhere' in dress, action or manner, is, there the least suggestion pretence or the iheatrical. Everyone seems to feel .ho greatness of the occasion. There s a. subdued hum of talk and now and then the clink of swords on the steps. At half past nine exactly, there Is sound of silver trumpets. They icrald a solemn procession of the clergy down the choir tinder the choir screen, and out. into the aisle, where they disappear and the1 music dies iway. Red robea, richly embroidered purple and scajrlet sacred ymbols flow past. The white vested choir filling the gallery to the left if the organ and choir screen singing t'ilh deep feeling, "Oh, God, our help n ages past." From ,thls time on io he end of the ceremony, the reader s to imagine music at intervals t.lirll pathetic figure, it seemed to me, In Ihe famih so md in such a great office.. For the homage ho came forwini fn all his knelt on the' lowest step before his father, and took off his coronet; then ho i imn up to top knelt again declared himself the Kings Hpge man, kissed him on both cheeks and ng all tht aiulitoimm and ing the 'then lucked awa> to hfs own place 'ME STATE COACH WITH'THE'EtGHT CELEBRATED CREAM 'HORSES, .DROVit TO THE ABBEY. brown with vast age. That IG back ground. The color scher, n the floor, whither your eyes i cvitably tend, and the seats ;and th fronts of the wooden standc rang' from a deep rich blue to 'dove-coli and drab, a most restful .and we considered arrangement to show greatest advantage the gorgeous p geantry of dress which was to "swee 01 er it In tho theitre is a platform, as.ceuded by five stei with nch blue by its side inother platform -ascended' rby- thre. steps. On them are two.-chairs foi the Ling the the iltar EJH. 1me their back o the choir. At mmcdiRtcly. in front.of .the ,he peers arc. three .other .m ooking chairs. The 'central one .ha ,he back embroidered "With-a if three white ostrich, feathers o red. It is. for the young Prince c Wales. To his right and left will si the puke of Connaiight.our Governoi General, and the D.uke of Teck. The congregation.of seven.thouaan persons is assembling rapidly. 'Eve eight o'clock many of th peers' seats are occupied and th space allotted to the 'corps, diploma tiqiie1 Is nearly filled. Already th scene is a feast of color. The peer wear long crimson velvet mantle edged with ermine and deep ermiri capes. They carry their coronets in their bands. The ladles are In even ing dress, usually In white thougl apple green, ultramarine blue, oh rose and every color in Joseph's coa to" be seen Instead of then uglj iatB they wear white ostrichi plumes their hair, which softens old, facee and jonng The glitter sparkle, and flame of white necks Is literally darling. One dy in a chair stall wears a tight lecklace, eacli stone of which looks as big as a hazel nut, at thin dis ance; they give out green and blue Ires as sho moves. 'Another ladi might seem to keep her breast warm with her diamonds; they are In three lat' clusters, each .an'large as the or your hand. Every kind ol niforrri is to bo seen in.the gallerv 'pposite, naval, military, diplomatic ourt. There Is a Chinaman in his ilks and mandarin's cap. Near him s a Persian with ft black' fez. A row oove IB a Japanese In black and old. Merc Is a Tur.kiah_ admiral 'lue and gold with a red fez. Beside 1m is a vonerahle looking-man in cd Doctor' of Divinity's'-gown; and he front row a distinguished looking iplomat, whose black coat has road green collar. Every man wears 11 his orders and medals. Even In )e House of Commons gallery, the outh transept, plain clothc-s are the exception. Every 'member who has been presented wears hln Windsor unl-. form; all ex-soldiers and pallors arc in full regimentals. HUT the choIr-BtallD hold the chief llnlerost for Canadians. This year the post of honor has always been given io our people. At reriew the Ca- nadian boy nc-onts were placed on the right; in the Progress, the Canadian troops will march at. the heart of the line; anri In the Abbey today, ihe premier of Canada hu a foremost their coronets, soft crimson caps with ermine borders and metal ar- rangements of .balls on the end of spike's around tho outside. Soon the king, was led to the throne on the central plarfoimjn plain Be hind ind w Ith w hich he i etnrnpd the obeisances of the gi indces who defiled before bun and young boy cast n chill Mind IB blowing mith now and then a sprinkle of ram Only b} slow degrees does the 'magic- color! that has been dazzling; for- nearly fade away to take; its phce in the limbo of things past, I Slow Ij sloul> does the pegeatn dls- j solve; slott'ly-the echoes'of the roll-! ng organ music die put in the i and fierce acclamations ,to tho, King and tho great wonder of the hundreds ln power Then the mind begins urxni the bpectaclc, and re A Snap In Inside Property Money to Loan oil Im- proved Farm'Mtid City i, Property H.J.H.Skeitti 1M3 v Office: Opp, Altnandra Hotsl ._ .._......._.. flections rifae unbidden and MOLE CAUSES MAN'S DEATH Xeu York, July W mo ton of the moment. There aie nany violins sit Mic command of Sir 'red eric Bridge directing. in his Doc or of Music sown, and kettle drums well. Kvery now then, there s a blare or flourish, that makes one to march. '-J; A little t'ter ten, there, mnldenly weeps in through, the arch of the holr screen, a procession of fairy JSBOB in long, court trains, pink lue, gold, white brocade, eclipsing erything that has appeai'ed hitlicrto hey and their ladles'on the attentive niforms help thmn to gather up these pndrous garments, as they disappear n the peeresses' side. Splendid tall oldlers in red with plunVmed helmets id halbreds follow Into the choir nd range themselves oii each side of he passage. At half-past ten, to the otmrt of music that will not permit ou to keep your seat, the young rince of WnNs-s comes in" with" his antle of the Garter and a whltu umed head dress. The other mem- ers of the Royal family take their aces behind the gold plate, under emblems of the Crown.. To the itward eye, they are.'n young girl In hort white skirts a boy In H naval idets uniform and two othor wee in kilts. They were the most mply dressed persons on the floor the Abbey. The host of gallant tie pages In steel gray, or white blue or scarlet With their I'icrrn ttlc swords the royal thirnn a hundred But lierii comoa the Queen! Hegal her hearing; she majesty, er long train of purple art ft sold and In glistening ciolh of A mis-, of Ihe relief rarrles very end, and her train In turi. borne by anotber. Quevft's ittendtnts awkiMirdnc-s of aJTne fjrat thought IB, on othei com'nyj Mott, vice-president of the Mott Iron He was the most, sym- on earth produce a sight so rich works, and welt known aa racbtB- man.ii dead at hia home as tbe result of tbe development of an or- dinary pigrnPTiteti mole into nant growth. 'The mole, which on" Mr .Mott's right :arm', showed the first signs of irritation less than a year ago. It developed rapidly IJato "hr.t is Known as melano sarcoma, a form of cancer. Other peers followed 'doing the same only kissing the King on the left cheek and .touching the crown In sign of fealty. Perhaps a dozen performed rlils rite all could not got through with It hours. "Much (ess complicated the crowning of Queen Mary. It was soon done; she took her place beside' the King, with her ladles ranged about her. And then came, what to many! minds .would be >st beautiful Rpd touching part' of the whole cere- mony, the communion service. For. thereby this King and this Queer and significant. The rank, might, majesty and dominion of world-wide empire gathered together under one consecrated roof io-nssist in a national ceremony a thousand years old! Onlv In England could men a symbol of unity ami continuity b'e found. And next; one should a king be crowned. In what better way could such :an event be marked in the mind me- mory of the kindreds and peoples and tiftjes and tongues and nations' ovor which''our King rules? Pageantry, symbolism, religion, music, military each by itself and all com- bined Intimate the dullest mind thit a great event Is in progress. Here s the'very centre of things. Millions of hearts are turned towards this grey old church: and what has taken place within Its walls today. To any. one who has witnessed this most, solemn Impressive and significant of national ceremonies, the questions arise "How ruling over fifth of the habitable ,t and "U hat could globe Biirrpiinded b> all this for It'" The criticism are reminded that they are juat HkejthBt terroe llke 'medlevar and other men .and other women with the .outworn- mcrc afcctatlon All who same spiritual needs nnd requiring ,hav Men thjB sight today the same spiritual aid. have their minds cleared of thai A beautiful rendering of the "To Bpeclft] for eW( nnd rejoice that Deum closed t he great office, as King hns hll. most meet and right The three to rulfl ft ,ael empire acrord cessionn form in the reyerae order to antique rite, with time ..ooored the king out first to the ac- companiment of cheers and shouts and he National Anthem. Cheers from :he street conie.echoing In to the Ab- bey. Tbe fairy princesiicR. belonging o the Roya! Houscholfi re-appear-' vlth their marvollo.ns raiment anrt from view. Then the Queen parts In state, find after NEW JERSEY DEATH CUPLESS YorJ. Julr tra- long in-j genera 11; put In- crval the young Prince and ihe other! to effw. the laa recently stun- S -1 K a little more haste and also a little ]ore than the coming; hut bis in only There Is a prood leal of pausing to and.fro of In nbsrdi nnd soldiers and gentlemen red hHtont; probably ihe car- cannot be hid, as noon an de- Up In the Trlforlum.' the Fourth Istalft -acattsr Shifting .my 1 hare i fllmme at Enilac4'c THE BIGOEST SNAPS- IN FARM LANDS IN ALBERTA LfiO Fenced. SO Spring wheat. Price acre. eaab, in half crop parmtnta. 500 acrea In crop, SprlOf ooklnc snleudlti. 8 mllec from a tbun. ten. We .have aomt tplandid anapa In raw and, claae to Weyburn aurvay, for 'rem te 11! per dipt air! were taker, .from cars gUases stations, THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. SueccaMra to The commutert who had aitod folding cups to regular travel kit were popular on ever." .train. were Tew of them, for It wan suppos- ec the Ur would takt effect until Land Co. ;