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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 17; 1911. THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IS. OOOD BREAD! IKES J GOOD PIES Evtrylhin( on day luprcowly you tltnyi Ittoalfc is to purity In the food they tene, UH FIX ROSES HOllft BETTER BREAD BETTER CAKES 4 BETTER PIES NMtracritfcliwiryMt OF THE WOODS !Nli CO Canada Prominently Before Crowds At' the Coronation (Continued from 12.) DISTRICT NEWS CHAMPION NEWS Wa almost jmagiife thai we are a raiiwjBj termjijus, with so manj plou ing outfits near, town No fefter than sh are tearing up terra, out and way A pleasant ruuioi cii ciliated round tonn to the oEfocl tho steel gang: forking Aldersyd.c. They can't get here too soon for ns 1 Carraqngay -ball teanr'eome up foi A good gamq.-Iar anticipated. T Sid BecUeLt hus opened, his. ice creani ifi ladling consolation. 'A iioem hite is what our bni bei piopiiies 111 when IIIB new saloon is finialied. "He will be in possession r u _ _ .'Xtaa-kB. to The tommittep in connection, with IhejOeJebiation on oC J met on Satuiday, and into do taili, regu'dinB the event. The Ladies Aid mil conduct a booth dunng the t of candidates .wilj be We shall'soon have 1200 feet jf new sidewalk, as this amount 1ms been coatruted for, to lie laid by dib'. 3. Alrn. MacCrea.-of Bluseon, aesiat- ing at, the office this week. Amonjf the villagers Hho Lethbritige" during tlie 'week were; Mis J Al Clever, Mi and Mis Porb and -Mrs. Frcehorne, Airs'. Cof- fee and otheri" Champion is going to bo or its name this. year. Everything- a- lound is champion, and Tatch, us expand. with tlieir tieatment in regaid to the Mberta Hangers Quito a tew signifl cd their intention of joining'the local i 'seemed impossible to'get j am officials out lo men in j Thus the 'whoifl thing looks as if it Mill fall thiougb It if) too had- a there is quite a crow i whn would gr in with the Rangers School Baluraajast Tieek aftei a long intenal A special initiator meeting of Hue Modern, Woodmen will jhe lield Oi Tune 14, when a. numhci men .'In' Lijudon, nntl It wan npnreclateil greatly Ihe'hlnri or their Hnglieh hostefiCB. m Tho confei'onco anci unntlal meal- ing of tile Vlclorlii league U to liflil on Jnno 7, s, and 0. Imperial work and the lies! of organ.' MncOihiterlal Bocletlea like loria League and Uic Daughters of the Kmplre, will be dismissed ai..these .ineotlngu which will be attended by the representatives of the I. T.-D. K. Arrangements have been :made with, the for a part of of the stands which will occupied members of Ihe order on day or the Coronation. On the second day the London County Council has kindly allotted seats on the -stand erected al the point the King will ic coHc addresses from majors the Boroughs of London. On May 26, the Duchess and Prin- cess Patricia ot ConimugliL honored the committee of'tlio Ladies' Umpire Club with their presence at a dinner given to the wives ot the Colonial Mint Among those present, wore the Marchioness of the Countess of Jersey, the Countess of M'into, Lady Nprlhcote, Lady Helen llnnbiny Wil liams. Lady' Morris, Lady -Ward, Mrs Hotha, Madame Brodenr, .Mrs. Joseph. Chamberlain, Jlrs. Atrcd Cole. Jlrs. Mrb AMs Mac- bride; jirs. Nordbclmor, and -Jlrs. A. L; Sifton. This brief mention of entertain- ment does not even give a faint In- dication of what is ibeing done by Loft- Ion'to'show hospitality to guests from the Dominions of the Empire. The brilliance of the great entertainments at Devonshire House, Derby House, thai given by the Duchess of Welling ton, and other receptions scarcely less distinguished, read as it pages had oeen taken bodib from the Aiabian Nights Besides these fheic are num. berlesB other.entertainments, such as the dinner given'by the'Irian Party at i ilie House of and the din- ner of the Canada Club tins is [not even leckonins the hos pitahlj lust as the ot London is tianlly described when one calls H i gieat city, 101 it ib a natiou living in one great is, the hos- of- a nation and not- that of citj Jt cannot bo nieasu oj or described in set terms.: A. mere catalogue does not c6nvey .an: ado- miatc idea. Let one Premier be en- tei tamed ?s constuntly .is moital can COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Is rich in food value and my to digest. It Cocoa, pure Cocoa, ground from the choicest Cocoa beans. Nunes and recommend iti we ID oc in health. m Do Vou Rocking Down Shaking Look at the man abovet He's SHAKING an ordinary furnace. He bends nearly double, exerts all his strength, works up a prespiration, and gets a sore back. Now, look at the woman. She stands nearly erect, gently" moves the lever to and fro, a few inches, and the ashes are dropped into the Sunshine ash-pan. This is called ROCKING DOWN. It> easy a child can do it: Which method do you prefer? Why, Rocking Down, of course, fc Go to our agent fat your locality. Let Urn you tte many ether time-saving labor-caving and fad-ftconoraizing featura of the Sunshine. Order him to install the with to beat your tomo to your satisfaction. i shine rnace be HP could lives, ana .still-he as amply ed The" organisation ot tiospit.ihiv is simply ovel whelming One of the dea-esi impressions Conned bj the isitoi fiom oversea is the good liumor of tho crowd.: They ;ire riot nervous nor an- Moim noi rushed They die good ha moiecl It a. conviction of ataj nig pouei aqiial to eveij occasion 11 happenings, which nonld. Canadian if lie buaj, Keqeialh is, appuenily make jtlie Englishman in fondon tinnk onlj of tome gen 111 pleasantn Om the ofliei hand if a motor bus crowds Ransom, tlie plctui osgue, l.uifattdgo WLhich ensues en foi cod b> a scowl ilch hab been pioduced b> cent'u- of piattice tin a Canadian Utu perat on unless of d Special characlei into an obscuie fehade As cryone has said of London, the 'Sights of the streets ire endless Vo one a heed to what anjoue else" ft doing Although It is bald that the Canadian Pacific Railway" a of Swiss guides hung upj In tho iir thoii building In ing Gioss so fhrit the> might be.'phot j ographed to uh.mtage the sight 014. itrrntt come passing attention But i pipftv gnl at Oxford Cucus holding up "Votes for Women" and ..-repeating1 in her sweet voice, Voice, a Votes a _ does not cause a ripple of inteiesl, from the A man being "hecied in an open leciining ohan Piccadjlh to right left and that a UxCcan -foe. is as safc from curious attention RE one of the-birds of-ljon-' cion. Sparrows beRin to uhirp'-ftt'lei j .hree and seem to Keep it up iteli Fal pigeons appnenth cry historic building in London ing the birds of London is an outlet for. the private benevolence of bird loving hearts. There is a statue "of celebrated Londoner which ban'at'pro :ent an untidy nest tucker! into its aietal arm, London children, like.the birds; are to be found everywhere, by, preference in the most dangerous plnces. Unlike the birds, they can- .lipt fly. It is a pretty sight when a man leaves his burrow lo pilot six children across a crowded way, three children in each hand, and tho whole party smiling. The. famous places of London are for the time partially oh sen red by wooden stands. The beati- uriil.Kloanor'ir. Cross It almost, lost" to night. The Houses of Parliament even have lost a little of their grant- ness for the moment. But coming down visitor Is repaid! tifdnious London Iloic umies one from India, thougn prefcience tliey seem to go iifpnns One Indian into a single hnpiesion 6f tiie mult! prince lost diamond fiom his headdress othei and it with the In- teieutiug addition that the gentleman him be If hid not 'jet his loss. It was' found a few days later .TTiiesB'engeT b'oy uho icliiriicfTit to: the.-India; oflice, "and it is under- stood thai-he will be suitable ed Mr Boiha'g interpictei at a din nti Hotel Ccul is Ukan a male uuholder ot faiitfiage for HO nitn and on tlie jroint of being elected whtn-lt'ftae that "be nUerpiet Botha .idtkd it, Wlnnlptl, Vtnuilivtr, It. N.p.. HwpUIMl, OUpu t'it b Stafiord-Aflww Co, Uthbridie with more than a hint of how ntrect, will look when Ihe King PI uj io nt, ciOWliCd An Iflfiyitc variety of detail ige (o the occ isfon At Kua Ion and other gictit London stations the, nsitor from-Canada begjns to cope withf'Uw-justly tolebiated Brit i8h a) stem ,u ding and (Its tub liting f Ho foch the serious ness'of .the1coccasioi) and gazes with at a maelstrom of poi rteia and truHhe Fien piovlnnml pie miers engagfeTin this lianuless'amiise- nient'to the proud "'con of'.liavins not failed this time The most Cmadian place in .ntly .is moita! can all London ii the Cmadian office It a thousand other jg ci'owdetl wiili men ulitl women who wear tlie Caimditiu look, which is not sb'easy to describe after all.- It is riefvous, energetic, and a; few1. other things Pei.iipb Kb chief cliai acterfstlc is a certain'; workableness of as il the Canadian lie mar dream .that-he must be at the coiner of King and streets in Toronto when he sees a certain" adventurer walking''along Pic- cadilly at; if lie hud never met with a reverse jn his lifo Besides all these.impressions, there (lieiiies ahvajs with (hen, nagic spell in London tho opeia to be in the Abboi al the Intest half pibt o K Impel lalism is a wonaenni iiimg Canadians luue n loyal altarhnient (o the ir 'attachment, -which 'Will be found en- during I ike i) as a. patt of tho daj s worK io the Londoji Impeiial ist it is not (lie da> s n1 all but the tin b trusade He carries his Im peilalibin like a hanuei >eL gencialh speakinjr the bannm ib hidden under a (Jiainctensticalh icscncd demean ofV-.'-Men and women who ai'f. English Imperialists work for it .uuder the guidirg stTi ol A 31 eat inspiration They desire to make sacrifices, for the Empire. For Canadians Imperialism! Is moie i mallei of but th.s j does not, mean that the Empire is Ifem to the Canadian; -Thus the Im- perial bospilalily of Ixindon. the ar- dor of the welcome given lo the peo- ple" from the Dominion of Iniperiul London is surely one of the wonders of.the world. Where elne in the world IB .a city which welcomes.nalioim as Its own? The final impression of.Lonj don before the Coronation is as ils Imperial hospitality .for which thous- ands of volunteers arc working as if, (hey had onltetcd for. the peace instead of the sacrifice of wnr .-The niiiRttiidlous traltic In the city on the Strand, I lie lights at tiight on sieanihig river, the thousand islits of coining and going in irivatc and private work, nd high all, the grey column where -Nelson, .like ,a guardian .spirit holds, comunion with the sky and. watches his 'country's capital below, for'these niKl'for _g. thousand reasons it is a rememberinc, this .lunei of 1JI1 lit J-oadon town. the A BARBED WIRE FENCE ACCIDENT Rider Thrown from Horse and Badly Cut Near Cardston Cardstoii, June two-yoar old chili] .Mrs. llufirs 1! g died tills evening al. nine 'o' clock. Kor something Mlio (.wo ivccks iho'lltlle one had been dangerously 111 with imeuiuonia, and it had struggled gt the diOiUl dlneasc that strong were entertained for UB recov- ery. Ulit the.little life wont.out morning, and (lie. stricken parents arc loft again one child a few weeks old. 'Kor.tho fouiih time they lire to p.ut the oldest Ihlng child The bereaved jiarents have the sym palny or a very largo circle or Mends and relatives, as.well as that or ev- ery raniily in Cirdsloii. A. Serlout Accident ThlB. while 'oniliiarorlng o catch a horss at the ranch of. Al- >ert four miles west of Cardston, Francis Wriffht, son of J. M Wnght, cither 01 diag get) into a wire-fence, and as a're- sult sci itxjies and lirliib a serious cut on'the lert side of the head, boine two inches In oiigth. Di Ljnii, nho attended, it as lil> opinion Hint the wound must laic been caused M the home step 'uou head with lie shod foot A niece or splintei or removed, and a goodlj lumber or stitches put In to 'close the profuse. Vo complications arming the doctoi nks hifa pioycsb touaid recoveiv be lapid Willie Lee (oineved the lad to in very quick tune Wjt.rton Lakes Ihp lensei, or Aetna, aie establishing thcil camp tt the Watei ton Lakes, this week J. I! Jensen eMiet-ts to alto from Cardston to meel {runs and take passengers to the lakea, while C P and Urioch Icn sen will be at the lakes to look aftei the camp I gentlemen have puiUiaecd too and equipment fion) Ule Lee Company, of the populai: tented village, heretoroie conducted In the late W O Lee I There .are .to hef oil file lakes this sijmmei, nevv buildings arc being erected with a view to', giving good accommodation's. to visiting parlies. Personal Mention Messis Ihoi II Woolford and HERE'S the very thing you'll want this summer-the "IDEAL" Hammo-Couch. You can tell to look at it how much more comfortable and serviceable it is than saggy, skimpy, shifty half-moon kind. Hat, springs, and a soft, substantial mattress on a steel frame base. Covered with heavy tan drill. Strong and roomy. Built for real comfort and ftood service. Sup- ported by steel frame, or told separately to hanft from porcb ceiling. _ i Write (or FREE Hammo-Cnuch booklet ind of whtre can ice it, IB it sod rnlfee whatitnutirc It U. Adilnat our oMce otmmt you. Ask for Bookltt No. I40 IDEAL BEDDING Hert Wood came In from .Tabei1 th oilier evening The first named at the nnniiiE town in conneclion with his coal pro perliea Ihere, while Jir.-Wtwd -cornea to inspect his farming operations on .the Cochrane lands "near Glen: wood. Jliss Mary.Harker.came in.on.this evening's to, altend funeral of' her sisler's child. Others are ex- pected from' Magrath to atlcnS the lasifsadi rites Alun Galdi'oll it erecting a hoiipe ne ir that of Wm Burton a, north of the Tabernacle Square. IMPERIAL BANK ACCOUNTANT. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE Saull Ste. Jlarle, J A Bailh aged .'5, accountant at the Imperial Llank, shot-.himself in Ihe head this moiulng, at Ramsai s Board Ing house Baith had attended to hit duties at the bank up lo night, and did not appeal this morning He is in A djing condition Barth came to llns city from Toronto a, year ago BARONS NEWS On Jutie 22 a grand ;Coronfttion will be given at Baron> by the' Uaions Sunday school, beginning at 3 p.m. A splendid programme has mr. ranged including athletic with many prizes to be awaided Refrnh- menls Kill be served Ihroufhoul the afternoon an-i evenini s 1 he communft) ragrets to learn that our ponular Union Bank teller, T L Ferguson, nil! leive the Baron I branch lor that tt Frank While we rcpolce tn promotion, we retliu that his change ot location ii leu lo Uarons, and a decided gain to Frank. V The tou nspeople regret to leftrn that C. Tdzahl haa'severed: his connec- tion with the Pioneer Lumber M O Wenderbee hat quit the hard- ware buslneu and Is going back to the Mm 'Iwcntv-o'ne bnking companies in the bounded Boston, St Louis and Vew Orleans, are merging under the. name of the General Baking Co witli capital of Fifth Street te Eureka A Word of Advice to the June Brides and NeWly Wecjs' J3in nig' .1 oiitlil is1 worilivofincntr areful consijlera- tiuii t'ui uiUn o you buy will perhaps bo -j our uonstaiiL companion for Weirs. You (.111 ni.iko the homo ntiuu live, liomc-likc, and satisfactory if 'belocl IIOIH oui irliajjlo furniture, fl the liighest value loi youi money, whether you pay much or little lor linuitiiie sltidied liow to make your jnoney go BUFFET THIH lUXUHOJHE BUFFET ui golden oak. bonutiFulh (nMed.uul linishcd; the uiii 101 is plate casp has pimped top lluco small drawers, one lin- ed lor tullcry; large linen rhmvoi and I wd ciipbonrds; doors t-et leaded uass Our puec TABLE THIS 1LLUMTBATIOX SHOWS one of our main handhonie dining room tables, finished in golden oak, extends lo 8 Ii 4-J inch lop: inassne pedestal base. Oui special piiee SI 5.00 ClIIMvSi; iinil JAPANESE MATTING for'bedrooiiu anil in JMIIM colorings. VEKANDA1I 8HADEH, all widlhs mill Standard Furniture Co. Fifth Street Opposite Eureka ;