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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TRe Lethbridge Daily Herald i ti J'? Alta.. Friday, June PLACED IN1PERIAL THRONE >Iemn Service in Pres- ence of Brilliant Ass- embly in Abbey Queen Crowned ast Crowds saw and Cheered Royal Pro- cession in Streets June coronation tmo-n is oier ind umer was a e brill nut and imposing scene in any capital King George Queen weie seated on their thrones amid the gieaiest splendor end solemmU that hai eiu charac the Even the niag- Tiificance of-tlie-coronation of tlie late King Edward' VII. "exceeded In ibe sts-telj stage settings the solemn ritual, inspiring music the host of and eminent jiemoiinges the itlaplay Aonderfullj rich unifoims insignificant gownp jewels All of -.which'combined to make an un- e> amp led scene at bnlliance and gian deur Hlg "Vtajettr clothed In his rich im Aerial lobes and wealing the impeiial from wLich gleamed the won Jtflerful Cullinor diamond pieaented an appeal auce worths of his high posi tlon Hni Mi'catj in her gowns wea.rag a crown onh less mag tjiitieont than thai of her roja! bus and sealing (he beautiful now made for her hum which the ffamous Koh i nor dlurrond flaehed, 'looked inch A queen Attend jjng the King the nobles of throne In theii .indent costumes, tUule four peere sea in simmering fcovina attended Her Majestj Pages in ttght blue and an nrra> church dignitaries robed m scarlet and gold formed, the remainder of the centie of the coronation: picture. The young. Prince of nearh the-dark blue robes of the orileriof !the Garter, and surround- ed peers and -accompanied bj the flJuke of Connaught in the uinforni of field marshal, fotmed a second part of the picture. L In Weitmimrter Abbey Seven thousand spectilois j ihe Yeomen'of ihe'Guard, In one j were the future rulers of most of the kingdoms of Europe with their aides 3n another were the diplomatic coips two boxes: facing across the nav ,vore in red robes and ermine capes, holding in their lans until 3s Ing should be ti owned laigo section was compob [cd of niembpis of the House of Com 'tmons. Indian! potentates -and .marvellous jewels ;form- another section. A repiesenled the arim, a bhiu one the 'navy, and a scarlet and white the iJudlcian while the Ixns of 'Bier school availing themselves of the ancient prmlege to acclaim the Mng high up m the Infoium Ihe harons of the Cinque Poits were m a tout close to the throne JnheM part of the feieat Pnipire was ed and the 1m oei ial nof e was heard as never before the .celebration not only in London, it was observed. Every 'city, ;town, village and hamlet In the United Kingdom in ils gate at lire home however humble Jiart its flag and bunting out as'an em- lilem.-of devotion to the crown and monarchy Weather Showery Tho weather, which is jin important Consideration In such affairs, was not. that could be desired. Frequent, flhovera'fell but Mie air WAS cool and the-ambulances were not called Crc- qncntly into action to-ciie for in the rain, nhile It drove oeoplc fiom thch seats at limes, was not sufficient to.detract porionsly from the splendor-of the pageantry Owing lo-the fears engendered'fay the unusually severe police regula- tions, the barricades erected along the streets were not so large ns nt King Kdwards coronation I s thing was carried out smooth j and in perfect order j ltd on j) itfC ij ESUMPTION OF WORK URGED r. Gordon Doing his Best to Reach Anangement Hopes for Peace filled group oncihation Board is Nearing the Close of its Labors (Spccnl to the Herald) >inJT, Uln June 2L The Ixbors the tone ii-ttioi Hond which be in 1 cthbndge in Vpnl m drm to -i close so fai as the til of it ILL i- conccuied, and torn L 's session here m u nmlv tht >e rron Lith'nidgL to Panfl tlic fence Ins been much of the ic cli nacler, h Clitics ing diffeient cumiitions which c to be dealt with, but the main wee the smic in ill cimps iplaints of lack.of material, lack ontmnous cmploumnt ind consc n difficult} m periling cnmiji to i e decent Inm0s umfVr the present j i cost ni In 1115 through tin, dishicl Cln'irnian. Gordon rovid (In tune m Ihe ami, Hankliead'inines camps inspecting Jut ion }esUui-n M.IS open and list f i closnd session M is held lo- an open in: morn ind a closed one this afternoon: tlu.r closed uiteting is 11 piogress "lit All llie stndstiLil (lit re nf cost of prodiHit.iou .now in i inds of thr boTid Ins been nod ind uhin llie si ittmcnls to conn; board Imve produced, tlic board wijl have udrd its cnqiiin and pio out findings Ihe oniy feittht out of tie ordnim coming out din ing 1Iie exaniinJtton tod-u was. tin statement umde hv the o the Canmorc local union that H oyininu. that the camjum of thai jiliee ]nd practiced discrmmiatioi Hgaiiibt miners who did not, trifle it their siorc in institution which w i connected with tlio coal coin pany Agree to Opening Mines BiiilT Tune llie ite ses sion of tlie Conciliation this proved the list that ib t( he hi Id foi the taking of eudence Tomorrow's session will .be dcvrjlcil to the efioiis lo the pat tics to ague lo teuns of opcittion penning the findings of the BoALiI upon HIP evidence Itcfoic it TJi Croidon is giung i dinnci to the two committees it tlic C, P R iotel toniglib. The board morrow will tg concilia- ;ion BAPTIST MINISTER DEAD m Shaw a retiied Baptist nilnlsW, father of AVm. and .John Shaw, of Nanton, died at ed SO years. JUDGE FOUND COTTON GUILTY Hit rnss ol pudencr i.uhtcd dining its mvtstiqittous iglioul Hie district irlt nl I'owcji wilh bs and Junes, m liie SI nuts' nnd board mcmlicr for hi nl I ecb, arc-'in consul- n with Chairman .'Gordon dine; cnncilnttun a similar imcl vitti the ojientdi1- being in HIP Dr floidon liopes to gd mlies in i Innl it- i. i! coiiiiliiilum before uljourn board foi tlic work of Sentence will be Passed by Judge next Wednesday aff.en 'ict Court was tiUji ig of the the Cotton self was on the i and told d loni, st tion with i man HUWl'Kuold Cole w horn he Oie ind whom he 1i "I hiei n lofhbudfce fo Got'on s in 3 ciitqu b> this mnn lie did not line been the and RAINFALL DID HEAF10F ''requent Showers fall a Week over Southern Alberta frequent rains of the past ayi practically eniure the progrot if the crop to the harveit ftage Tha the opinion of men conditions There is every proa ect now of a goad crop throughou Southern Alberta I join all can hi qithue' the distnet enough ran as fallen dining Ufe imi coupk o to keep the fanncis from wnr ung for ten (ins 01 more and tin ruMHt-ls are that tjieie IK runs 'mine; as tack clouds TIC lieu i jll diuctions ttcdiKsdii night scenr D hue iieui genci U I ie ur cipitiiion u is id inches U countij of liert JTOT nin ome sections iitarp ilnn others isi 0 I .ikt und Ishnd it -s as, List ignt Medicine Hat Seun iid points of theu hid a big tin imi rim also fell nitliu west Wiriui repoiU good showm there mi cast of there some districts, hutvj rayts South 01 Uar :r to louUi and below Uir Imun M Hie rain piilicularl) rain fell'there than in Leth- nitee So heiu was ihc rim south t the bound that it washed ru1 "u m sonic pliccs night s rim was heiu Mnoughoiit the Haions irui Carnun distucts Uligiith June had a rtaniU 'iin here last" night for about two loins Run eniuc dru n in sheets luakjng into tlie inch s I inner1? TH jubilint is> it means i big uop sine Ulnlh June 'I was usit 1 i nin this nftcnioon which is much needed foi tht ciopj> il HIE, bt in full bHst agnn now tint piauie has been thor oighlv soal ed Macleod IUUP about siv o'cloek Ilu clouded ami a rim wlfich hsuil u till 10 o clock giMng Ihe ground good soaking Ham is Inrilj needed in some parts of1 the c (own hul Ihcic WTS inoi nin lell in this m towi and before the is over all tin counter will he 'well'watered. The rim might n [l continues lie celebration in Macleod but most people are confident, that tin hauist from (he present, outlook will he'much earlier tins year than in piriious as all HIP fall.wheat is starting .to head oul ilu iih ind the spung M licit with moistuie will follow shoillj if tenvards. J -3f Great the of Laurier Chared QUEEN MARY IN HER CORONATION ROBES> PRINCIPAL IS OUT OF A JOB Wrote a Letter Attacking School Trustees at Macleod MANAGER AT BARONS June Millard. rormerly teller at the Union. Bank, eft on Monday-to assume'the a hank at from Ah Ferguson Mho sue it the local hank kls es .114 with nioni been nlfl at Curmangay-1 city iittd tiitt cheques for The fact 'olo In the told by tho foigcn (he to him ere Uiouts seems to 'olo in bought foi Cole icd fiom the inter he hid homestead tllps lo tht Is known ni of what was ip vast crowd of people wtto of tho streets yeste'rf hiot Gillospie staled in conversation with the Herald that th; had pb'si fiom moiinng till late at nlghl was one oE the most orderly he Ind eipi jookcu after n single arrest was an accident re- porled (fnrint the whole dij it was ii magnificent celebration, and the cit teens oC I.ethbridgc. did UiemselveH provicl. Real Estate 4any Big and Impoitant Transactions at Macleod Maclood VIU Tune folha siipeilnteutlent of public work- is stalling the catch basins foi the stoim water, on the prmdnal streets of Che town When tins IB completed will be m a slmt lime the stieetb will be perfects in half an lioin after the run has slop ped: meichants been i'l Jet orating Ihelr business pi ices with bunting etc lor Coronation celc-bration hei e 1 he school md other public buildings h been f with flags, and if tomorrow be fine (here will im doubt' c jitu pie oul to witness the spoi (.b of i oils kinds, which will be' held ho.-o to- norrcftv Ihe latest iddihoti to the d igo nake a fai did at that many Macleod clt- the Pinch- i tomorrow, as there are Cclcod hoiseb in tlje ciowd is also liking of (he excursion to B-mif Mlnrli ie citizens of 'High Hiver have put J20, acres of land, which was a good treat In the Town Hall, In tlio foim of a concert, which gncn b% the follovJnB Indies Iloieneo Bruce soprano, late of Beilln Gennanv illse Irene Bruce Ijric fcomano of Macleod AHHS reader of Calgary MlasJiVm niCied Howard violinist of Kdmon ton and Alie 4da Binnipater, of Ok olokb accompanist and plnnjft AJ; though the compnm was pmelf local It was far tytllei than the_averaee travelling compaiyf t the concert leason op'ens Tip1 Jt' Is expected that this com pan) will make a tour of Alberta. Owing to a letter which appeared in the last week which was written bj radio and in winch the School Board was atiicked the bouid ;mmediuteh dlsmlised Etui ie the piincipal and till the end of July the High School will be conduct ed the two lenminlng teachers as theie has not been enough time to appoint Tadies auccessor The School Bodid ilreadj accepted he applic itioim of Violet Re bum of Shelbourne Ont ind Miss tj JlcKitterick of Alelanethon, Out to succeed two of the resigning and a thud application now under consideration for the cancy in the High eauser by the resignation of.Miss Munro; Canadian T r o Qp s mm VK Mounted London June 3d ikiij today i lo the masses us riktiAct I ulio wwe tain access to the cimmiiertbwl cession WAS on even than that of the G( routr was more extended, circuit of some of the most dibtnctb of the cioiuls (hat looked on WPCP Ij greater r escort Scenes loute were to i ution of those of a--------- _ _, _r_ Ihc ptoocsston begin fco. locm in tiu did of Buckinglum lacont streets at nine o'eififk, lioiirs, latei It veeii litici of cheetuig il inrfj made stately -i noin JBuckinghatft by wij of Constitution Hijl, 1 ufiUar Stjinre tvnr I omlon Kndge by BoreMgh Road jiucnU Glided xquftdi all branchcK the icmce, oons, and ompdined b} its own bud (-ftiou of Horse Artillery 'IJiese followed nd military Aides de Camp "on ai oflicc stiff and UNION SERVICE r AT CARDSTON od cli sen ten on Pi thn story in nd Cotton was found charge of issuing forg- .nowing them to bo for fflro Winter roservod ;hls will bo handed down Julio ;'0, POLITICAL NOMINATIONS Soiilli Per Jr. Stccle ot Tavia- caihed the (0rk ConaervaHvo, for the Commons North linntrin .M.I'., Lib- eral, fov the Commons, and Welling- ton IJny, Lfslowtil. ?Jbenil, for the Legislature. Hast Lnniliton Jos. Armstrong Conservative, for the and Dr. J. Marlyn, Alvinston. Con- servative, for the Legislature. South .1... I. JTerner, Knrlch, Conservative, for the Commons. foi a subdivision was tod iv sold tc a Calgary, real estate firm for an itcre. Tlie Innd, which' lies on the south side of tlio town was two years ago purchased by the late owners for per iinre, and in'tho sale today they therefore cleared f Am- ong other important duals which WCI-Q put through 'today WHH the sale of Chief of J'olico Lawson's proporty on I sficcl This house and lot was Hsled nhout, a month for and was today sold for 500. Coronation Day Fittingly Observed Ly all the People Cnrdston, June 2i ev- nnig e nc Lards ton .niothcr fine er ihc riowiipoiii is ijuitc and the icsnlt is of greal t-iietit to the. It lUo (ho (Dtct of making ideil fui llie 't coioiii- ticiii dav. services.1 We trust all corn- els ol flic L'lipirc hid such a da} as w is i n net tl IK ic I lit i inuiiunt., hums siv. i big now d 101 (in trip to I li uLi C ud U i'fa 1 rue Blues oieign ullictrs ers of the Us" uncts anU oils who immediately irmge In the i th the aiid aisiidl Ivitcliener, the U standard Ibe roughi up thr tear the King receded uproar 10111 Msilors m hofels, (rom i Trafalg Strand hum the bimioesi'me tions of (.uliih and tliosc m LiUiiU and m other tineistd In tlie Strand there were 1 nusK, each bearing the were off for the-ejty out bit, tilebritton w is i gicit. iMt K tion mi in mi utie not attdidance town ni this being tiutially Inrgu Cnroitntion Services Spipul wire lulii all he i-'hnrcht's IMTC I oj the thp Mr it! conducted the ituscnbnd pro- gram as sent out by, Lite .Archbishop of Canterbury in Hull. A union service was held Asst-ivtblv Hull for those of nil other denomiiiJitmns. Hut the town was il Main an J drpopnlited (he Cfuirstun eal wuie men tie anlMnj dalh to take ndvnnl.igc of the sudden ti til( iiHh vtlnch is jlut stilting The niuslo lovers ot Jtacleort were n nir Utrndincc the Hill A Ihinnic-r occupied lln- chair. on tumid on page 9) imdunr.ilh a red _ __ the nun m the centre, vinous ran from mist Down Fleet Street tojLotf- gile circus there T were altenulMly xt, veiiDluin cross bar a p liar mists the ininounfed bj an enamel nRiire W. "irna with her tfiimpet, JiNir nustb Hritish lion mil imicorn The were connected with festoons i Ira per> hat similar decoration! luid Ken made in other streets of while the to ondon Bridge a triumphal arch had circled South 01 the river ev- 01 j house no iriaUer how had pirccs of bunting lining, anil ei- crpt for ihe ahspnci ni the Gold Coach cualitide the processfon iiioio Inilliant thin that of )cslerday ind the itinds alungtthe route eer- iiinly inndr a brighter appearance I hose on thn hill ourlooking the aec gaidui utre filled with uniformed oflicrrs fiom part of the world who 1 id COHIP to I ondon to honor Hntnin s ing wlih their damtil) diesstd uonien On oni st ind were the oUirr of jorri, itcs in inothii wire mihtarv fireis nitachfd to suites of thesfj ic-tntali-yes ind in front lows iimUur stand woi'c navtt iron) (hp InUrndtioiul liead (Continued' on ;