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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta pi lit BANK OF COMMERCE IDMUND WALKER, PKESIDENT t ALEXANDER MANXOIR TITB LETIIBltllMilS JMTLY ITFRAT.P SHAFTS Ewer? of The C-inadian H ink of Common, c is to issue (It ifts on MBrmuiul Lilies in the i outlines uiiliout del Cr.le Cuba RtpuMic'IVgi Auttralw .A ut trii -H utif a ry Ka- Chili Eitvpt rfroe l. h ilaml lltthihl let-hud India Inland t >fatanl CANADA PROMINENTLY BEFORE CROWDS AT THE CORONATION Two Brilliant Canadian Weddings In teresting Notes from London nCb hpnn Jua niV-ilt-i Mi cl i 1-rclitcxhn Cer Great Mcvri S in Amount of dntfu is statc-d m the of tin thAl is they atc drivvn in fniict etc tin- CUM. nu) be This cnsurLi> .receive Uic actvtal s tiAfru it S n Swedn S, nd I pic up 11 LPuntn tlu I n fl (hit UK tbiuid A23: Lethbridge Branch .C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr OF CANADA. Capital, Rcsl Undivided Pnlils Tolal Over No Man Remains Poor vdio saves every week, or or year, a certain amount, no matter bow small. Few ever get rich without doing so. The ..Savings Department of this'-Bank' provides a .sife place for.yotir_savings to accumulate, and grow with the Interest.which is added half-yearly. Sl.OO. or ugn-ard .is cnougli for the first deposit. Money may be withdrawn wlichever you need it. Main Office cor. Round Redpath R. TINNING. Manager. Stirling H. Roach. Acting Manager. Graisy W. Luckhardt, Manager. THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED, 1455. HEAD MONTREAL. Capital Paid Up Reserve-Fund SO BRANCHES IN CANADA AND AGENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE DOMINION 4GENTS and CORRESPONDENTS in all the Principal Cities of ths UNITED STATES and GREAT BRITAIN, and in ill parts of the World. LETTERS OF CREDIT in GREAT BRITAIN and all EUROPEAN COL'NTRlbS .It you are going lo THE CORONATION you .will, need one Promptly SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT -Deposits of 11 and upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposit. This bank endeavors to give prompt .and Intelligent attention to all business and invites your Account; Lethbridge Manager CITY BRANCH DC MORRISON MANAGER By Marjorlt MacMurchy ICopyrlght by Publishers' I'l-esi. Lim- ited, .Montreal.) London. June lallcr :iitilf of .May and the ...beginning of Juno in London have been us hot as July and Uiyibt In Can ida tbo Canad Inn visitor mentions tills fact anil adds tliu tin lens nto tin Icmpei itiiu of tile same variety, tbo London or replies lie is sorry the Canadian should be disappointed, hut that thuro, 1 tuh Paikoi thc lion I D........ premier of NOW Hrimswick; .Mrs. Ha KCII find the-Hisses Vlca or .Mi-u: ant I, S Amen Mis Clttnnach Miss lauilo Miss Illldinll II F ran, Ui J Mi Muni Gray, and ninny'other Canadian and Oxford t'riemUs On Moiidiv nltht M n M an 1 m plro Dinner-was. given on behalf ot the Kvlnal of Lmulie b> Ihi. United 1 mpiro Citcle of tho I uulm Club In v fc _, Saturday..TIIIM-17. l ol Canadian Coronation Arch Whitecha pell London Piccadilh Mrs 'S orke Trotter pres of the Clicle In the cliaii has ..been no hot weather in L'ondon since ten years ago. The visitor is School of Mining A rm.i.EnJK OF .il'Pi.lKlj SCIBNCE (tiirtrTfl I'nlvrnttiy KINGSTON. ONI For C' of lie' Miool nnd for-natlon. iipt-ly lo Ihe Fpcrrmy su Ool of Kingston. Dm. Civil lethiiuhftl I nclnrcrlnji I f. .Unrrrlnt LOAN Tp .WAS OVERSUBSCRIBED London. .lime (o .tile British portion of Hiick- railway loan to China, opened today and immediately closed having been 'largely .oversubscribed. The issue was quoted'at'a premium of 1 .per cent. Berlin, June to the Huckwajlg raijway loan to China ic' at once after being opened io- jdn haling been heTMlj !ed. The Huckwang loan'of for railroad, construction in Central Chin i is nnde In gimips of fman clers reiiresenting the United States Trance Hi eat BnUm ind eimnni Proimclll oppoii ion to ihe loan de fined itb conc-lus'on for i alter its terms had been agreed iipoii by the government of: China and Intel- national Bankers. A Tnie Saying! Are You Building? When selecting jour paper for new house, be careful. You will benefit bv using good paper THAT'S JUBILEEI PEERLESS SIJEATHINO IE also, good paper. We will be pleased to mail samples on re- quest. Trade only supplied. Merrick- Anderson at the same time- assured that an rnglisli his been moro wondeiful foi its bloom Ihe gior green in the count! v and the parks is not less vivid than -the color of masses of, rblosoms, whether these are Slowing in walled gardens or are offered by the penny and shilling's worth at Oxford Circus, Piccadilly and aloug the pavement. Two weddings of special interest to Canadians were celebrated in" and near London on the first dav of Juno. Mi Noun in oilnger ot Mr and Mis C S of loron to was man ted it St Georges Han oxei Square to Miss Vaignerito Taj loi daughter of Mr md Mrs Rtbeit Taylor, of Winnipeg. The marriage of '.Miss .Maude Parkin, second daugh- ter of Dr. and Mrs.. George R. Parkin, to .Air. W. L. Grant, Professor of (Col omal) [libioij in Quetn s tftmersitj Kingston, and son of the late Princi- pal Grant took place the same daj at ing on Thames Canon formerly of St. .lames' Cathedral; Top onto, and now Vricar of Wakefieldj.of- ficiated, and was assisted by Canon j Sioman, Vicar of Godmanchester, arid i the Rev. Allen Dams. The brides- maids werc all sisters of, the bride, and the'nest man was .Mr. E. R. Pea- cocl of Lpner Canada College, of which famous Canadian school- Pail in was foi -veais head m Mr L Orant w as a mas, t i at Upper Canada. College, and Of at St Andrews befoit ho of Col oiVil' Hibtor at is one of rh" most beautiful qf English The Cottscef Of j Parkin's residence is door fo tlif Churcli of St llipmas of Cantpibnr> which n a Canioion and IA Maulonald of II Giolw 0'ijii have more than a touch t the Cill i het nuoko eiilhualaini, and wure a lilnudod.. Mr. Macrfouald tolil iencc what I'renldcni Taft had lo him ahoiK tho Pence movcmcn and he and -.Miss Cameron Joined I assuring Ihelr 'tlie'denp f dcllty of Canadlitns lo the Umpire Sir Thonms Tult, of Canada an Auslnilln.Miioved a vote of ihauku t he members of thc Empire Circle. 1 was an ojijiortuulh foi In dlviihials from all Ihe "Dominions t noil A dnltcd Lmplro Lmallfct an beside an j Australian, whose fatlie ras Iho first whlie man to cross (hi iilshano lihei Ihoie some all! of this Governinent House alii hat, of the -way the EngliBhinan colsman and Irishman come to new ivers, and 'build new towns, and wil ot learn any language but their own nd of how each Dominion is hoini o those who live In .it, .while' to go own Piccadilly or the Strand seems b familiar a road to Dominion people ho have only dreamed of seeing Eng nd until now. as any street in Can- la or Australia. On Tuesday. .May 30, the Victoria eague an "At Home." for the iporlnl Order of the Daughters ofl l-'mpire at the Ladies' Empire ub, liUGrosvenor street. Tho Vic- rla League directs its efforts to- wards fostering Imperial spirit and keeps strictly to Imperial work. The Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Umpire is well known in Canada, having, originated in this country ten ago. The head offices of the order are in Toronto.'it has for the t oronation year a I.ondo'n office in the Imperial Institute. The I. 0. D. IS. has cared for soldiers' graves in South Africa. Its aims permit its chapters to set-up a gate In a Canadian city, 01 hang a bell in a church tower. At the same time tho order carries on ictive educational worlc for the !3m- tire among women and children. Kindred members of the.Orddr from Canada, Newfoundland, Bermuda, Vas and tho United States, are 10 te u London for the Coronation, )f them have already registered. M-fS Catherine Wellaiid .Merrill. ng secretary, has undertaken ou-ie- alf of the order 10 provide a si: i ient number of Canadians to rene- out the scene of the United .Empire at tho testa il of Lmi 1 e Lady i Jersey and Lady le- ened the gup ot the Victoi a I f ue on Tuesday. Other prominent members of the ic-tona. sent wereiMiss PHlfotu I H Sherlock Fire Proof Office Bldg. Seventh Btreet rune South' CARDS OF QCCLfPANTS F1KST FLOOK No 1 L C TEEPLE i Choice Oroc.rlti. FrulU and S1S Store No. 2: JA'CKSON A core brujglitf and Stltlontri. Store No 3 BRITISH AND COLONIAU PHOTOGRAPHIC CO Commercial I'liotouaphers. Importtr. md Photographic Suppllei fj, Phon. 417 4 DOWSLtv LAND CO'. (SuccMiori to DoWilty Mo- Milltr, Lind Co) Clt? Real Eit.te Farm L.ndl i Phone 141 Reil Eitn'te and Loini. W. R. DOBBIN Photie 363 FLOOR nas assisted bj aaimnbai of host one ot McLeod Mooic a Canadian writing Mlliinoe teigusin I adj Parser Ml m rondon is honorao of'Harcouit md Mis Pitied Littleton the United Lniplio Circle Office 101 A. R E SHERLOCK, Proprietor Offlcci and Safety Deposit Draw.r, to Rent Phone' Not. 101 B.102-104-106. BRITISH A COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. Commercial Photographert, Importers >nd Dealers In Photographic Supplies Phone i Suite 103. IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT' CO., LTD. Alfalfa and Grain Growers Phone 1353 1' Suits 105. JOHN R Phone-1033 Suite 107. GEO. ANGUS Snaps In Farm 'Lands Suite 109. CHINOOK COAL CO. i C Reid, Mar Operating Mines, Northwest' Diamond City. Phone 1114 Suites 111-116. STANDARD SECURITIES Real Estate, Etc. Phone 1291. Suites 117 and 119. OR J E LOVERINfl Physlclon Surgeon X Ray and Electrical Machine Phone 1242 fine pvauiplo-of Norm in architecture nd bac one brass al leasl dating back to K175.' The ancestors of great I American artist Whlstlr-r belonged Amonj, the DlllD'hteis of the tmrm r Suitti 11H and 120 H MACBETH AGENCY RcMtErtatX Northern Ry Steamihlp 'Phone 654 FLOOR ISujte SOI E. E. CARVEB- l Phone 1241, Suite 205; DUFF A EDWARDS Civil Engineers and Surveying Phone 143S W M Edwards, C E D A.L.S D A Duff, C E Suites 211 and. 215. R. E. McARTHUff- (A M Can Sec C f Civil Engineer. Plant, Surveys and Reiiortt. Phone. 1438. Suites 211 and 219, 1 H.M A WA WHIDDINGTON j Regd Architects Phone 1438 Suite 217 W CLARK Auditing Bookkeeping and General; Office Work Un-' dertakeq Phone 426 Suite 210. CANADIAN RATE ADJUST uMENT CO Send us your freight bills to cheek There is money in It for you F WADDINGTON Phone 426 Suites 216 and OSTEOPATHY L 8. MASON Representing Church, Sage, Walker, Mason A Plummer, I of Calgary I Phone to Gorlng-on-Thamcs. Seieral of the ber of guestb and members of the most interesting brasses'jn the church j club were present, and the occasion are connected with this family. The j was an undoubted success Sn Charles spoke for Sii Eineit kllpm for South Sir John ioilebt for Austin Co. Maken. Winnipeg. of Cottage is wkhm of the river. Thc old church with the house adjoining forma i pic ture of remarkable beautj and mlPi est, so a.uict, so fair, so filled with the spirit of the loich Pnglish conn Iry. Tile chimes rang. The sun shone. The color and saint of flow- ers were entrancing. A little way offl there was the river to visit. The church and the village arc so old that all.the history of England might -he conjurrfd back from them It was an interesting gathering of Canadians, of. those who have special ties with nada, in a place intimately assorted with the great. Rmpho and the conn tij flora which the I mpiie has been corn Among the guests united wcic Uml and Lndy stuihrona the Ifon Kalhcrinc I aur Icr, Sir William Lady .Mackenzie Ui and Mrs. Osier Sn Gilbert and The Chair In Westminster Abbey on which George V Will be Crowned by Arcrbiihop of Canterbury and'other Canadians now in London, present were Mrs. iVordhelmer.-PresI (lent of the .Order; Lady. Mackenzie, Mis Gi mtham, Miss Vn Albeit Gootlcrbam, Lady Ladj Minn Mrs Peicj Reatti, Mrs ScoU Mis John Cawlhia, Mis Young bmilh Moneton, llarj Clark of Prince Albert, Mm Cathenne el land Merrill, Mrs Ince Mis. Lhffoid Sifton, Mrs and the 'bt Coles, Mis Sanfold Mrs Colin Campbell and Miss Ilo'well, Mis CatUnach of'l'oron to Miss loan Arnold Mrs Cine' Ilaldnm Mrs Fitrrandolrm of Halifax Miss Mocdonald daughtei of Senator .Macrtonald, ol Victoria, Mre Albert Crle Mn Victor and oth- rcprenentatlveis from Mooso ,law, Lalgun Edmonton, and Hruns ick H is a pleanuri- to sec such uMrinlllg gathering of Canadian wb-' (CoaUwwd on (Mgc 11) Ontario. ARTS, EDUCAVION. THEOLOGY, MEDICINE, SCIENCE, including ENGINEERING. Arts course ?nay oorrt'aponflonop.htit iwits (lef-Irlns to si'lulu must ilitGtul one ARTS SUMMER SESSION 3rd to 1tth. For Colon ('am n'rltf 'llie Ken Ont r'fic inko (.'MOWN PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO OF AMERICA offic. zap, v H I Waltur. Snpt Elevator Service 7.50 to Free Janitwring. The Suprtnie Court has stajrd thefclcung a new Mhcdtile of freight ratt order of tht Railuaj ULS' of Manitoba Safe Sure Silent Those Are Tlifcc Features of EDDV pcrfccr 'Strike Matches Hud, Wliilo find Blue Tips. For Sale- Atwny.s Everywhere in Oanndii For EDO vs MATCHES ;