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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, July 18, Iflll. THE LETliBRIDOK DAILY 1TERALD 5 SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PnuiMNT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GtNKAl MiNAOtn _______ REST, THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of anc on which interest is allowed at current rates. There is nc in withdrawing; the whole or any portion of the deposit. Small are welcomed. a M' Accounts may be opened in the names of two ormore persons, to be .operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A joint account of this kind saves expense in establishing the' ownership of the money after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for his wife, or .for others depending upon him, in the event of his death. Lcthbridge Branch V C G. K. Nourse. Mgr OF CANADA Money is Power to htlp yourself and others. .But at's only the.money you not the motley that slips through your fingers. Yon wilt' I'md a savings Account a great help in accumu- lating this power. Why not start one now, in this Bank Interest compounded at highest current rites. Money may be withdrawn at any time. Main Round 4 Retfpath ets.0. R. TINNING, Manager, H.Rweh, Acting Manager. Orwiy W. Luokhirdt. Manager. CUNABD LINE Canadian Service -Do ron kntw you can now travel, .between': Canada and England'-by the old reliable Cunard UM direct Canadian service isAtog from London tad Southampton? Te LondM M otass acean 129 Frwn LmddB Cabin (one dm) a up The of lervlca for wolck ifce line Is go well known la Mac la its Canadian Uerrlce. For full tytlciilars apply to any Cmun line Canadian SerVloe tent, at write to H. K. LJOMAN, (ten.- Afft Can. West, Main at, Man. WEALTH OF THE SOUTH FORK (Btalrmon EnterpriM.) Tin ImporUnce of the South Fork Mmrtry twining mom and mm MUM4. and wa.flna rmllwur companiei have en thrcmgb that oountry tar (nirpow of nndinf tbe moat feu OOWIN tbnMiah which to build a reach those valuable coal propertlei Mr. Alac'Donald says that the coal In that Eectlon of the country high grade .Wturninuus and. may be very easily iniued. Tho South Fork country has not on- ly an abundance of good quality steam and coke coal, but It large de- posits of fire clay. The country throughout la heavily timbered and baa lots of ao that there la a strong probability; of a larre pulp mill being' erected there ae soon as the Iron hone IB heard In that direction. The Ohloaio-Alberta OH Co. have a dia- iond drill at work .boring for oil and The has a of mer doing general derelopme There Is a rumor afloat to the 'ect thnt a railroad may be 'built fro near PincherjCity or Cpwley, throng th, .North Kootenay Pass- to Elko. line 10 constructed over this pr posed route It will be shorter than U Jrow's branch o( the C. P. R by about twenty-one miles. CORONATION CEREMONY GROWS MORE WONDERFUL IN RETROSPECT A Bright and Racy Review of the Events of the Great Week in London by a Canadian Woman By MARJORY MACMURCHY (Copyright by Publishers ljresa H Is almogt a week Binco Ihe Day of Coronation In Westminster Abbey Perfect in Ha beauty and significance while the vast congregation looked on It, the ceremony grows only more wonderful In retrospect. One con- Bclo.usly makes an endeavor to sum ip the impressions of timt day, of he night before, the early morning of that day, the night that followed ind the.next then the gradual to ordinary life and work: There Is no" regret, no grudging of weariness or toil of labor. IjOndpu here life beat at something higher ban fever heat knows that the ,Coro- lutioll wan worth all London gave .nd much more. To call the. Coro- latlon a mere ceremony a show or festival, would' bo idle. It was in Tto Cmtna Pacific Rdl- 1 companjr have mnrey- workloj am a pmpoied from Lundbraek through imina coal of Smith Fork and then on k> boundary Canadian Pacific Railway en KlMtn have roturned from a trln throoih the North Kootenay Paw, and bave R> Wat Ughtf pleaied with the poi. ilbUity of aaratnietlnt a railroad thronck raloable ooal cromrUea that PMa. In an intafrtmr tfcla week with John AnpH MMDoiwM, who conild- to the Smith Fork, we are Informed that nine big and val- uable coal propntiw would be ei- oiwmtod, if knr meana of traMportatlon amllabtat and a from nwr thmifh North KooUB.r Pan to a dla- of tweatr mllea would TORY CANDIDATES IN WINNIPE Winnipeg, -July redlntrlb {on will give Winnipeg two seats an prabably three, and although the pal lea will likely pick on their men, n formal conventions will Ue held unt it.ii known liow many -seats Wlnn will have. Alex Hasgert, th present member, will be one of th Conservative 'candidates, and othei mentioned are J. Aikins, K, C Mayor Evani, and ei Aid McLean, WINNIPEG'S BIG INCREASE IN POPULATION Winnipeg, July far ae can ascertain from the returns n In the population of Winnipeg will be said Census Commissione Stuart Laidlaw this morning. As the population of Winnipeg at the 1901 census was that means in ten years the Increase has been mutely The population 1891 was so that-since. 1891 tht ncrease has been over ili times and slnoe 1901 nearly four times POPULATION Is said I hat he census return! will snow that Pet erboRMigh'a population Is now over he mark. The Coaldale Restaurant for Quality, Quantity, Variety, Service We endeavor to make eyery detail in the HMuiigemeiit of our up-to-date restaur- ant satisfactory. Investigate and find out whether you are pleas- ed with what yon get and how you get It COALDALE HOTEL BLOCK Jim Jack oalifcy a great event, not because here have not been many other Co onations, .but because every Coro'na Ion nieans more tlmn wu can readilj elleve at fhit. This Coronation' was ot for the Empire In word but he Empire in deed, it was a strange nd moving thing to know that fai way nations were present not in til erson of single representatives, bi large groups of. representatives thor sent officialls1 or coming .01 icir own accord and that they in the Abbey, r-They had not ome to look on as .spectators but to ike their share in a "national bond would be interesting to know ex- clly- how-miniy Canadians were pre- ent, Thirty or-foi'ty could be counted Hild It is certain that there ere many more. What a change the day when Queen Victoria us crowned. Tile night before had all the charms expectation. Everyone was heavy any thousands were prepared to ntfnue for the next twenty four or rty-eight hours in a state .of willing rain to stand, to eat food such' as lople get on a forced march, to he jostled, crushed U> catch ly a glimpse of the King and Queen ssing, perhaps to see nothing at all. it at least to try for a good sight some part of the procession through e streets. People love processions. ie greater the procession the more rvently .they love it. But the pre Iling conviction .of the multitude.ot ople was, "We belong. We i belong the ..Abbey, and'the Abbey is ours, ey are our King .and Queen. This timate 'receeneH of tho great Abbey and the feeling of tender affection one had for its lovelineny both delightful experiences. Others were thwre Ijefore us. One felt then what one felt all day long thut no matter how occupied or diBtiugulahed or se- rlptiB the Individual was who came to the Abbey it was the one object of Ills existence for that day. Early to got, up in the morning. Why wliat else would one do. It was the same rule for everybody, duke or newspaper- man, and. they both thought of it-as the greiiteat thing they could do. that lay, and for-how many other days. of a memory of the Coronation as a wonderful whole. And one is conscious'too, of moments that up: like wountaln crests or as great .waves rise out of the sea. In- dividual details and some few memo- figures In the air before Lbe eyesr of memory with brilliance, and delicacy and beauty which are as soft and'illusive as strains of music and which could not be reproduced on cunvasl The first, of .these experiences is, perhups, the eensation of looking downward from a great height at the scene spread below, for that is the way in' winch the" people of the press saw the. Coronation. Then individual recollections .have illieir part; seeing famous like Kitchener and Roberts, Balfour. .Austen Chamber lain, John Asiiulth, Hosebcr. and other BUG) l-jngllshinen, and that great group o Premiers Laurier, Botba, Ward Wisher and Morris; then the incoi galaxy of Indian rulers, spec al 'aidesrde-camp to the King, witl the bearing of cavaliers, proud as can hardly understand pride, blazing vith precio.us-stones and clad can noticed as Ions as they are actors. When tho Prince of VVales came into the Abbey on the day of Coronation everyone Veil KO much the better because he did exactly what was right and looked so boyish and manly while'.he did it. But whim tho King and Queen: had goim out and the Royal children hastened to each other to talk it "over and to admire the Prince ot. Wales' robes, It was a scene as pretty as it was natural. The Prince of Wales and the Prin- cess Mary are distinctly more respon- sible. But the young Knight of the Garter wan'anxious about his robes nid shooed his youngest.brother away several times.. They had quite a ta together and seemed pleased wiiii U; way things had gone. They ha Indeed every reason to be please with the King and as they ha derful fabrics. This great in won 1'iidian ia onr citj and we a light on its streets." A' Londoner might all this and did say it. So would a Premier fiom Australia A Roia Canadian Northwest Mounted PolRje man would say it with conviction, is all this kind oi thjng tba makes London and tbe Coronation "and tile meeting here of we Dominions people so fascinating and so queer so thrilling and so mucn more than a fulfillment of all the expectation which any of us could have brought here. About tea time on Wednesday aftei noon an old ladv with a kettle and spirit lamp took her place side of the Mall. -This would >etween four' and five o'clock. Avon- derful old lady, hut after all a typical old lady, a symbol of izactly a symbol of tine great board- ng house and hotel population come o town for the Coionationn but re- resenting their frame of al- hongh Dominions people never '.wish o do anj thing conspicio s The treets lighted and a beauly .both de- bate and pxtrinrdmarj descended on he especially on the route q lie procession. About twelve more leople chose the places where'they meant to Kill btill It Is be police and they ought to know all truth and sincerity -that, i.the were never so great as at the Ing's Funeral nor as. at. the Jubilee great deal of warning 'had b'__. Iven and people were afraid of.- the arriers which proved after all rely harmless. The barriers uiatie 'hat exactly like a uilked citj bout the route, but .the police foumi necessary to .use A little half past i three' the aklng city which had never rea group :nmde a tremendous impression n the :streets both on the first and second days. Sir Wilfrid Laurier was mother 'whom'- the people on tho itreetB seemed'to" know and whom hey greeted warmly bul, it is said carcely with the warmth of his last ppearance-in such a procession The Canadian Premier' may not be now novelty; or there may be other easons. It is noted with particular avor that German Crown Prince ud.Prlucess-'-were warmly received the They became like ne ot these pictures in the Abbey, isdiant'and smiling which rise above the average beauty of the occasion. The 'beautiful' jewels of the ladies. which were shone with a mostly diamonds and white' lustre that shot fue with movement the with which the Peeresses wore their robes as It seemed' unconscio.nsly and with perfect art; the colors of the diesst-i in after bay of the Aibbey which cuhni nated in the white gold and red where the" wonderful Archbichops; t Peeresses were; gathered capes; worn by the nd the ceaseless een nbleep he ird the firing of the oyal Salute at sunrise. Then it-was me- to set about seeing the Core- ation In earnest. Yet when one aesed along the streets'at six o'clock of the thoroughfares were: en- rely deserted, and. If directions ere followed, there was not tlie ightest semblance of difficulty in tting to the Abbey. In the earlv orning the people were lying on the reeta asleep on' that par of "he ent they meant to stand, ganizations of the police force could t be imagined. Yes, perhaps their ood temper was more -wonderful.: It ght aa well bo said here and'now at one of the deepest ImpreBBitws this time in London is the extra-1 din.iry organizing ability which 3 been displayed. The multijuu detail thought out and planned fur 1 not win admiration! Admiration i was far. too feeble a word. Amanc- imcnt would be nearer the truth. The camps the police, the ambulance ser- Ivice, the ordering of the processions the ordering of what wont on in the Abbey, the whole march nf events he- fore the day nnd on 'the day ami tiicn 311 he day following were beyond praise. It was a fine display of what' ia a high type of genius. Aso' one well known ncwspaiier correspondent said, "And yet they say that Unglaml muddles through." But it Is a prido I the Englishman to deproclfue his good qualities HM thoroughly ar. possible. Thero .were police- men in charge and 1756 Red Crosi; imbalance men and miraea, cituie In by the Dean's yard and lie cloisters. The absolute Joy one tad in looking aL ubkriuing iu-j moving; up through the na've of the arriving multitude these form one part' of the memory of the Coronation. One might have tired of such things. But ai.it; proved, they were only, details and accessories wondeifullv fitting and beautiful, but not to be compared with the centra! figures nor. with the meaning of ceremony. One mils? lot forget io speak of the delightful ittle pages in white and "green and line .who knew how to enter the Ab- tey.au well as anyone and who would iaye pleased Titania of The Midsuni mer Dream. Not- only in the Abbey, but in a] London, the greatest pleasure joy is taken in tils, children of Royal-family. Interest always quick ens when they appear. No one elsi gone through that indescribably e: acting and trying ordeal. The PrI Alary has an" attractive and nob: grace. Her manner !s both simpl itnd dignified. There .were severa young girls with flowing hair-'In tb audience and like the Princess'the also had the grace of girlhood which I ill Ktrlh'ood's own. The sermon'preached by the Arc.. jisliop of York, contrary !to genera but mistaken, expectation, -vias Intel estlng.-- Jt was'short and full of.com nonsense and simple statement There was no effort made to by us tonishii g or sermon calculated to give It was i im media 11 help in directing, the minds of.tiios who heard it and it was audible'.-Th. pulpit, which it was expected wcr.id be in the northeast corner was in the northwest corner. Thus the preacher faced- the King and Queer and the allowed then Majesties to be seen by the .a mgrc gallon .in the north transept., The pulpit In .shape is like a deep goblet on a stem.' It is .beautifully carved and is described as. beautiful example of Tudor wood work It may posibly have been made for-the Coronation of Edward Sixth. But it is said to be certain.that Cfanner preached from it vhen King Edward Sixth was ciown- ed. When the oil-looker remembered ills and too, that when ting George went out of the Abbey' ie wore the Imperial Crown which las the r.uby m the lack, remembering also that ehe lelmet worn by the Black Prince is n the Abbey one begins to realize low long ago such crownings as these >egan. Yet they go much farther ack than the; time ..of. the Black 'rioce. OIIB paragraph from the Arch- ishop's seimon shows the intimacy iith which the people ot all parts of lie Empire are associated-with the 'ore-nation service- "Pray we for our that, his.vstrong trust in God ay keep him faithful sren't rust in him.. He is the.servant of ie people. To be among them as he tat serves among the people in lis home land among the multitudes f India, among the strong young atlons overseas, as the one man aised abpve private and local Auction Sale of Horses Harness and Wagons To be held at 327 Wood Street, J.'A. Smith's Sale Barn, at 1 o'clock on SATURDAY, JULY 22nd I span of choice mares 4 yrs. old, 1 span of gray mules yrs. old. 4 geldings, 5-am! G years old, broken and quiet. 1 marc 8 years old. 1 gelding S years old. 1 gentlemen's driving mare, city broke, li years old. 3 spun of driving 7 sets of'heavy team harnevbv new. 5 sets of double .light ness, new. 24 horse, collars, new. 4 lumber nearly new. 2 heavy team ''drays, nearly new. 2 light jockey carts. TEBMS OF SALE, All sums of 10.00 and under, cash. Over that amount, 4 months crcdil, on furnishing ap- proved joint uoles or bankable paper with ijitercst al, 8 per cent, per annum. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer rely as it ought to he. The stands were Quickly emptying. Down White mil It looked as If an army of re 'ugees might have been encampei here. They had all gone away, o nearly. The soldiers and police uen.were allowed to rest'as neari possible.' The pavement was cov- ered with such a carpet of torn news ittpers and discarded meat tins ai ine had never seen before. But Iliere ras a universal smile, even from the lost weary of weary-looking people oineone threw hahd.'fils of cigarettes or the soldiers down from rlie win- ows above. This was also approved. looked battered aiid torn and xhauated emotionally. But, by night time, fairyland had ome again. There was but one way move, on your- own feet.'-' 'The treets belonged to the-people. The rdinary man was wife was leen. They were -out to see the filled city. Lighted 'globes swung Piccadilly, wreaths- and hells living flags, and-dancing flowers oated down St. James' street, lovely the night. rafalgar Square, was .to be" reat lighted model, of. .the Olympic, lit the night was Indescribable. Be- ond and beyond new- fields of light ame into view and. -could only 'be lagiueil. The great.'place' to see as Mansion House-and the Bank, t it was a good place to slay away oin. It v inses' mid Automobile, Carriage -and., Wagon _ PAINTING All work guaranteed. Give ,ua .a'trial. LETHBRIDGE .CARRIAGE PAINTERS Cor. Dufferin Bit? Old I aundry Building. HOW TO KEEP MILK .COOL' Montreal, July Kerr .town, of Park avenue, has brought o the attention of Dr. Louis Laberge device for keeping milk cool during ie hot days' of summer.' It is simply framed box without sides surrounded y matting Shelves can bo placed in" t. Tho idea is to have a can with oiei, j.t the bottom which are stopped ____......., y wooden pegs. The can is filled was easier-tp see the water and-the pegs loosened suf- to have'a.look. at the ificient to allow the wator.to drop siow- terests to think of- all to care foi all, to unite all in one fellowship of common memories, common ideajs, common sacrifice -7- this is indeed a kingly life: Pray we that God maj give the King grace torlive It." There were three, pictures in Abbey which no others could th Imperfect Kidney Action Causes Rheumatism Rheumatism mlh its kindred ailments umbago, Wry Neck, Neuralgia, etc., usually icMilts from lodgments of uric acid in the joints and muscle's. the chief fund ion of the kldneja is to properly filter this poison from the blood Only when they tail to do this is Rheumatism probable Kidney weak-ness starts in varioui ways.' A 'sudden chill, after perspiring freely, sometimes settles in the or an unusual strain may cauv it Poisr-3 winch should fie filtered out of the system arc pumped. back into the >lood, causing Uric the real cause of Rheumatism luirbago iralii etc I Compound will stop it. Will start your kidneys working prop- rly' that the Uric Acid is reabsorhcd and eliminated Away goes your Rheumatism with it, Perhaps these early warning twinges have passed unheeded, and your Rheu- matism has become deep seated. Muscles nil snarled up in knots as it iralgii etc n the early stages Nyal s Stone Root proach, the shining .High Altar with all tllu regalia lying on It, the King and the Queen. The Queen was digni- fied, but pale and appealing. Ifer crowning was brief and lovely. If these saw visions of nthers whu hid been there so recently before them, who can tell: It tbe Queen.'s part to listen and to join with earnestness and to look- the Queen with all hei ladies in altemi- iince on her. This she did to per- fection. It was a 'vision of detinue moving loveliness both .-when ihev c-une and when they went away. lames flowing by with shining gilts reflected ori.jts ..tide. Tha Thames is always beautiful 'al night. But this night it to see [again in one's had not learned, .he.. must have learned on Coronation.Day and .night and tiie day and night .following thai the gieatest fact in. London is the fact of the crowd. Merely the multi- tude, merely IJie gigantic In bulk, self-governing, mainly impeitui- stolid, shaken with amusement, on Hie whole affectionate and jolly, well-intentioned, strong in unison, ind fairly strong in character, Ihese' are the people who live near the leart of the Empire. MacMurcliy the "Laird of Glcnhur- Frontcnac is dead, from the tin utter it is placed on top of the box-and'.to wet the matting." The continued evaporation thus pro- duced will keep milk clean, and sweet. Nearly anyone can find tha) ma- terials at hand to make such a well. Kingi '.corse had been well crowned. Kvery- i ign had been, (iro'pitoiis. j Ky Iho lime we: go olilaide, the! nek tars on duly .had been allowed .o smoke, which was Icit to bo en-' DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, COLIC, STOMACH CRAMPS OR PAINS IN THE STOMACH, CHOLERA MORBUS, CHOLERA INFANTUM, SEA SICKNESS, .SUMMER COMPLAINT AND OF THE BOWELS BE RAPIDLY AND EFFECTIVELY CURED BY THE USB OF DR. FOWLER'S Extract of Wild Strawberry The Medicine with a record of eitendlnt over 65 You don't eiperlment when you buy It. Mn. S. S. Johnntonc, Ochre River, Man., writes About fonr years I gave Dr. Fowlir's Kxtriut ol WiW Strmwbeiry a good test. My oldmt fire years eld, got Tery with eholm infxntum two ifter ray next ion took it, the thinl my littlo girl alio took it. I doctoral with kind) of things, but they kept on gutting worae and the Hoclors could do tlmm no goo.1. I then tho Dr. .Fowler's of H ild two, or throe coiild a'dilbrenn, KI kept on with the treatment, hitt thcv were IjaH it took about two weaju to cnniplete the cure. Diflerent liiive me how I saved niy chlldreii'd livtit that time, I it Dr. Fowlcr'i Eitnct of Wild Strawberry. I at now never without it in the house." PIIIOK MuwfittvrMl by Tha T. MILBURN CO., ;