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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 5.1, 1011. TJSTlftRinOE HEBAMi Wave Still Lots of Don't Forget These, are' genuine- KING PLACED ON IMPERIAL s (Continued from Front IL WIIK 0.30 a.m. before all tlio pilesta Had HiTlvml iiiid (he Oiiku or Norfolk uinl I In; chief of police lincl inaile iholr .'Illal liwuoolloii, In a few raliniles tlio first prnccHHloii iipprouuluul, eon- alKlhig of royal ami otlior roproBenlil- tlven, hi closed can-lanes only by Ihe places assigned thnm-hi Lite proMnunmo. At a royit! salute annoiiitflrd the (lonarlnro of the King nnd Quoou I'roln 'Hiu pjilaco and us tills, tin; most gorgeous of. I ho in-ot'ossions and the one in which (he Jiiost Interest was taken, passed, a wave of cheorhiR spread from one end to the oilier, from olio street lo the next. Besides j th0 royal concli aiid beside the royal j standard rode Lord Kitchener hrhis 1 field1 marshal's uniform. Then came the I of Cqiimuilihl, I'lliico'Arlliur PRINCE EDWARD OF WALES THEATRICAL THE AND THE FIDDLE' Tho offering.at the Majestic theatre next Monday and Tuesday is the new est g'.icceBE in tflie line of musical ox- "The Cat and Fiddle. I'nlike most inusicil comedies which nre suifyen in tno nets The Cat and the I iddle hai Ihree acts and nine teen goigeoin acenLB bumfu) of new Me is eltiee nurpi laes Illusions chorus nunTber.s, Boiif; hits, etc. It tells Fairyland and tlio mysttcai-Islnrid of Eye, which togethoi with reitiin earth nelngs of 'bin for un a plot upon which niurh ouginal fun ind wit is founded. 4 There arc Oreat Gobs and tils consoit i gsTOd fairx Gen 11, inu her wonderful gigantic cat ttierb lie BontPH gi omes and fniries aiiions; l.he immortals, which Wio earth beJns include a witty tramp, A humorous'Irishman, a funny Dutch- man, the twin sisters, n. boisterous sea captiin and lieutenant The'linisic.Bi numbers include ".Roa- sey Dieims i duet a con versation song and dijiLe I been, introduced'to by'tlie "Pou- ter "Mother Goose Fables by the Dolls In the Shvlow of the Old'Pale of: "Under the MtidJn- the Moon" and several others, all said to be catchy and all written 'by Carlfl- ton LOG Colby Forty people promised ,in tho company, which. Is'beaded by Harry B. Watson SB the chief fun matters; Boylint, ROM nnd Arthur, the twins; as Geo. K. M the Gfgnnlic Orwt. (ichs, ud J. O. HI the lieu- tenant. As predicted Savannah has been de- cided on by Capt. Harry. .Davis and Business Manager Jaclr Sliibe, of the I'hihulelphia. Americans, as fhe.pia-cc where the'white elephants will train next, spring. The Mackmen did their darning Usi spung in Vtlinta Are j-oor feefc Hot, sore and blistered? If so, As soon, cs itcoolsandsoothes injured skin aiid tissue. Its neb, refined herbai or from aits or sores; Hi hoofing essences buiW up TJCW hccitV For sliiiKJ, sunbisrn, cuts, bnrni, fcnifsc5, vffective. Motlkrs It Invaliukla for seres! of CoiniaiiKlii, (lie Uiike of ljrince CJlirlstliin'and Prince Albert of Suliliswig-llolHteiii all on chargers. AB llioy left the the sun lirolte LliroiiKli tlio cloiuls, as lie lias almost InvuriHbly done at-lhia point for cpii- nirles, and the showers urrlval ML the abbey'was proclaimed by The Ringing of the Bells of tho Abbey nnd St. Aijirgarcfc'a (ihurcli. At the entrance, of the catli- edral Their ilajesties wero received 'by Ihc ISurl Marshal, Ihe IJnUu of Noij folk, and the pages In A'nibng, the persona seen Aljljey.'w.ere most of -the European thrones, a crown prince and ;crown princesses .of Ger- many, Prince Henry, the Kaiser's bro- ther and his princess, the Duke of Aosta and Prince Henry of the Neth erlands. Prince :KtiBhimi, Admiral To- ind Geneiai NODI of Japn S'Of1 J i i] Ainbassador John IlRjh I1 mm md MecUnd Geneiil I cnei il Am has r Rpfd of the 1 Tin led States I' ite T-Sa of China, ex-King of Pf tngal and other notable Upon thp ot His Mapbtv he Arohbishop addressed the 'n-iliHu'dc, eiiBt, south, west and north -jep.Ji'.iie- ly, saying: Sirs, I here present i.iitp yon King George, the undoubted King of this Itciilm, wherefore all you have come this dayjto (io your nomagjj. Are Mllnib to do" the sime' IhP Doya'o'C Westminster school acclaimed the Klnj, shouting Cod the King the I ing ipsnmpd his seat on the throne. Whil3 an f.n- them was sung hr. performed His first oblation kneeling at the altar and of- fering a mill of gold cloth and an in- of nold The Archbishop and the officiating -bishops donned their offic- ial j-obes and read the -Litany with special prayers and the first part'Of the Communion service after the AiLhbrhop delnoied hip sepmon Taking the Oath That done (hc Archbishop, standing before the King asked him .if he was willing to take the oath. Upon re ceiving his assent, put Ihe questions to him, Mie King answer ing in clear and distinct voice Then followed the promise of. the King to uphold the Protestant religion the anointing with oblation of the Regalia and- and :the Sword. The Dean .rof Westminster took the golden spurs from the altai and handed them to the 'Lord Qhum berlain. who attached them to the heels of. the King, symbolizing hia knighthood, after which tho King of- fered the Great Sword of the state to the who placed it on .the altar, an acknowledgement that the kingly power comes from God. The Knif, lehirned to Kin 1 ird t> clui Hie bearer., of he.' :sword placed the price of il, ten' shillings, on.the nltar and the Deaii .returned the sword io the bearer, who carried it'before Mie King, during" of the ceremony. was then in cstcd Robe the Oib ami tlie Hint, and Steptie Then came the. impressive corona tion ceiemou The Vnhbishop lit, the Ucin cuned to the coronation ,seat. The King knelt" and (he 'Archbishop reverently placed it on his head and the Kings at Arms., put on their crowns, the Ijeers their coronets and tlie.'JJis'htws their caps. The trnm and the host cried "God Save" Ihe the drums beat, the artillery roared und a mighty shout- fvoin the thousands of people outside -the abbey The King was "then presented with the'.Bible'" and "-was conducted to his throne where the homage ofL the lords, while an anthem was sung supported by two bish- ops and escorted ..by her chief lady In wailing and" six.'ladies as..train bear ers. went to the .altar where the was annointcd and crowned, after which she made obeisance to thn King and took her. Ihroiitvbesidc him. Kinj, Ceoigo iiid Qtieni Aiaij ther look communion they passed out of- Mie Abbey and the nag- ilnl, in the streeta was rfisunied. Monarchy More Popular Frederick Harrison, (ho noted jurist and writer, gives his Impressions of veslorday's events. Me considers that no period In English history an Cample or sued enormous chan- ges and portentioiis growth ;IB the three generations since Victoria's Vc'Btei'day'H sptictaclo win a proBynlatlon of tho doinlnlotm, He was H truck by tlio proof that moimrcby more person- nliy iKJpiilur than it was at Victoria's asceiiKlon Hnd llmt the blttenieuH of clang letts evident, while to the men in the street the unity of the Klng'B 'dominions IB of real ami potent Inlerem. He was par- .Mcnlarly atd'acted by the hearty ami I bo the i populHi-ity of the and b'renyji envoys, Taft't CharleB P. Taft, brother of the pre- sident of the United ;States, who bad wponlaneous welcome accorded (Jerman crown prince and MASSES SEE KING AND QUEEN (Continued from Front These tuivnl odkTrs were attended by officers of ilio lJritinli navy and naval attaches, ami embassies. ot foreign missions tfl. tieorge Hospital Constitution Hill, and resi- dences iiroiiiid Hyilf! t'lirk corner and iMccudilly 'hidden with stands Dt'ciipird hy. a bevy of uniformed nurs- es side by sidu with men aiid women who luiil puid-lurgi.' jiriw-s for seals. Tlie wiiiiirnvsvuf- Str.il-loir House anil seals omlhc weVi" occupied seat with his wife, and daughter at by guests gr American Am- the coronation over the south choir, .llainmond. The early morn- from which he had a apluiidld view of' ing wtis noiic.foo plna.saiit KO far as the whole coronation service In the wcatliw .wits' cbnccnied, ami thougli Abbey, said ho was greatly impressed. "It was one of the. greatest pageants of the he said. "1 never saw anything like it. my 'opinion could cro1 t lii-re wei'i1 occasional showers, the program was carried out' as original- ly 'arranged1.. Tliose ".taking part in other country' in j pvocession ilrovp; in open carri- rowu a King aires, thus adtlmg-tmicli'Interest -to To mo the idea j hack of the mony which has taken place was the wonder of Abbey, with Almost exactly at the. appointed mr the Indian contin- iKt'iil'S which were to-lead the way ov- all its historic recollections with-the h r >i i D t t't seven nuus o the rorm- men who have made Great Llrnaio j r.'imons hurled within !is walls, wilii t all that Is highest and greatest in British achievement. Under tliese'clr- ciiinstances the crowning of the King with the oalii he took and Lh'e prom- ises he made, were a function of most yicloria'Km'tiankmeut and prp- cciMk'tl up 'past .Uuckingluun Palace to ITyde Park conier.. It, was wonderful, the display of: soldiers: thai proceeded Hie all cavalry uni- exlraordinary and ter." Canadiin Officer Hurt only serfoiia' accident -of the day was that to Captain Leslie Ma- cqun, coininanding the Canadian mounted contingent escorting tho King to the AlJbeyJ" He was thrown mpressive charac- Itorms of ,'llu: Umpire. A contingcnt.of I Canadians the .first carriage occupied by-Sir Wilfrid Pre- mier of Canada, .and .Premier Fisher of Australia. 'This-was followed by other-carriages carrying. Premier Mot ris, Newfoundland Premier Both, of the Union of.Mouth Africa; Premier U ird NPU tnd u nors ind commissioners of smaller colonies, from his horse and'badly injured. He is A honinUw of Sir Tiedenck Bor ................_. den ing to the downpour of ram'each escoiied Uoops from their the illumination of tho fleet dt Spit jrespectne counnus T 10! head v.is yostponed until Fiida Mexico Day.. MGMCO Tune coioni tion of King George was celebrated by the English colony with a religions beruce which described as the most impressive" ever'.held in a Pro; le-stant chinch in this cib Piesident Oe Li Bam with his staff ano all members of his tabmet and the dip lomatic coi'ps. attended. The day was made the occasion, for dedication of the new British legation, almost com- pleted af a cost of gold. SWEET VALLEY :-NEWS Vallci Tune lowed by..the ever popular troops oi' Roval-North West Mounted Policn, ind foicp on Mini lar lines. The Colonials in; riagc.s and wearing uuifouns -anti dc- corifions cunc mil v i ILI- ed all along the line ind c pet, ill pissing stinds OLCU pied then fcllou (.oloniils I oi picturcsquLiiLss the Tndnn en ion nevt in IHIL could not bt c cclleil where in the world. Indian cavalry m most aorgioiis silken mnfoims, and turbans, wearing medals won Hit firld of 1 ill It proccdod turid in -ivlncli V.LIC lulmg Indiiu pttius ind jjntentatts i lie litter f u For making quickly Sil fectlyf delicious hot hot breads, cake and !-y there is no substitute lor DrPRICFS CREAM BAKING POWDER Sixty the Made from pure Grape Cream of Tartar j "I am entirely fa Ike UK Bmiang Chandler. CohooHf "Alan, aodlam nlpbaK ol all Mean Ike uiHCly.BUBNT UNION SERVICE AT CARDSTON (Continued from Front andi'> 'ewels nf Buishman went to I otliDlidee I mou'ialnr lluii costumis last "Montis to llltle bous nerk opented on the oneiation u :essful and the little one is getting along niceli Ihe rause a srtol Ion Ehud jpft fiom s sick ness Dr. iVIewbunv at the Hospital did the work Mrs. HoUIen wasVa caller of Mrs last The first load of lumber was-un- loaded on the Sweet Valley School site. Several applications from toach- us been md is soon ab the building is will luihins intl tunics weie itn iRimble hue HCLH d ihir t; ucrptioii il wlw.li vtic us ibh Mie T il jnussun n is mule is on s oitki sometth 1 is it 'included nianv who lieiorc were in iHcilduici. it Wcstinni'ilcr In uhaiuc vis i loui, IIIIL oc uoop cis mil olliccrs Indnn Colonnl u d all hullnntU V i mi lell is (he Roi il car dnnn In oiglil oniin v.oloied he commenced at once. _.e.......... that hall game did come Cimc up Constitution ds who there to nrsi wijcomt but the hois heit aie not ic cnstomed to dinning cieek watei besides lining blown m then eyes, therefore the result. Several la- dies, mid gentlemen accom- panied the tenn md took in HIP dniLc in the evening. Jerrv Ricketl is drilling deeper m his'well the expectation of get- ting sufficient water to supply -his stock. Mr.1 Uanghman and Doris and Mis Holden, were Champion visitors Wed- returning Thursday, bringing Mis Buifehnidn and home where tliey have been staying since Satin dav so the baby could have the doc- toi care for a few days before com- ing out so far from town tlie then since COLOII Ltion 'flic King wore i unifoun i bisli tht Girtei Ibr qiiL 1 eld Mushils of ilit oidci of Pii dtps white' and' wore' 'tiro blue sash of the oidci of the Uci hat vis mmmed uith osliich Kiihus in two shades of blue! Ti'bm end to end of tlit, lonj; route tliLH mijcstic rtccued n spoil I uterus nnd roj il come. FoMowiiig the .sovereigns was a tTiLiifct cont lining the Duke of t Hie Duclit SE, rn CiLIlPI iK 111 (I OH CPLS Of Stltt. 111 Tin, coiiebimmient witnessed i bill the 1 ul ot C mmd Duke of at rhimpion betueen Cuinan nin, and that place on June 14. A nice clean game was played but Cliampioi (he loser, score We -understand tlmt Carmnugay and Sweet Valley will meet again at Bow. vllle the 281U at a picnic. Crops around this district are look- ing line ami not suffering for rain the breaking and 'garden truck could si md more moistme to do 01 foil Ihe piocossion stopper! H to rumr nn iddnss fiom tltt Conn ul di Westminster md it otlui points lo ictppl fiom lo njvic hodics. Sir Wilfrid Lauricr rode with Pre- mier Fisher of the first, Uhft M-S demoted to Ahs 1 is not M.M fioni U'c 1M11 i millions md piecniUil li> tin (anuh Htinnn Tlolden is doing somp bicik i in (loops 1 lie prtinieis nist Hit ng foi hiinwir at pictenl Ho "c i loute Mi K the posscSTOl oCi'Ii'" inilitin contingent ilbo lALitul i iiou led wheeled democrit ol Ihejllii Inelust inteicst mil is gn.cti.il nest model. Mr. anil Mrs. Witling were Yelwood toda> The Pound for this Township will )U hept on Sec. SS, ,by as he has received all >iipers and hooks, from the mlnistui TELEGaAPHIC BRIEFS Windsor may establish an anto fire department, and get class A insurance rates. George Peters has been appointed high consUblo for Kent county nt 1800 a year Fireman Martin, of St. Alhan's, Vei mont. was killed lira.derailment, neai Ibervllle, Qne. Dr. A. D. Dlackader, of Montreal, was elected president of the American Climntologica! Association. Rev. O. C. flrrfy, of Uxhridge, was chosen moderator of the Whitby and lilndsay Baptist ABROclntloii. A Ont., wpman gave birth, to a babe on the hospital lnwn at p.m., afler hiving walked with hev husband two to. the insti- tntion. The mnsic.il numbers in charge J. 1- LaMic "Onward Christian Soldicis" sung b> the choir and and Uishop 1) E Har- ris offered the invocation. S. Jr. Woolf with goon effect, all joining in the cliom.s. Smptmc leading, the 72nd the W Whltcman, uas folloMtd h} a fiom OIL diml A iKctch of the Ine of King jtcorgc was hj S Wil- liams. Prpbidinl I Wood was illul [OL ,ui impromptu speech and iispnndi'd Mith ,i plea For uniU" anil Ihc brotherhood-of all .eilizcns. pf tlifi Empire 0 wis pleasmglv rcinlernd bv. Aliss .Simm, of Lt'-Lli- iifidge, anil hail it not sfi'inui an or- casloii too tenons fop encores doubl hss tin laih would been asked for another nuniher. Win I oui town solicilot, n idi. in mieiesling the histiiri and discretion of the Coron- ation ceremony The Relationship of Canada to the oionaTlon Ceiemoiu" was well ilcpiLtul hj the A W Whltp- imn and a strong plea nuile for iiiu- fung under oui Hat; of all the vari- ous dimeiits composing out tion. 1 oi to "King and Coun-i was enjoined, and thf idea that RiupiociU" would nITect our reel- ings of loM- and for But- ish instltntionb was scouted The meeting closed "God King." r j A grjnd ball nas given in the As- srmbh Hall last evening, anil tendance large The WM J supnhetl bv the Newton Oreheitru'wirt uas ai implement on anylNtos heard beie of late r Vt internals during the evening larse qinntilies of fire-crackers ivwe? sent the delight of the VQUlf- cr were old-eflough on the street or dodge the curfew ot- Acer f ROLLING GRJEEN 3 A j Rolling Green, June Dene- wn, ot Island, li aUhil wiles mothers, for few days RoW, Tohnson bought L. Ritchie E norse and hiroeof. Buck kill stav in our midnt S Jilejeis is breaking tor V f hart this week. t r V nilhert made trip Siiudiol in the.totorfit of the TJ F A i i Mi and Mis Donovan and aid Mis Flndeis on t1 v L Biooks moied hia familytttt'our j; midst on f ,v n Waddle and brejkmg for I Oddera r- '1 he Indies Aid met on i with Mrs V Lockhart, wlih tawea v members and two vlaltora time enjojed by all and u an- lunch waa sensd by our i hostees .M rs Finden and Cr, and Dan, and Mini Cook Wi ight a on Sunday. Rm Cook, of Tatxr, J W Uilberl'g on Wsdneadaj-, Wi TV aj to bis field in Sundial. Mr and Mr> A HmpU TtaV Sunday at Mrs Folloek't HIII Nick Bellug ha. moved S iiomestead up north. VeOTJOB accompanied him to settled VAiJ fer y. OF CANADA Md YMT fttpNto tw, book, and we will the book, written (if.'' When joit wish to withdraw Money, mail us the booh, iay lion much you want, and we will send it to yoo ooati._ If you are far from a Banking Town yon will find tWi servicu ours a grcat'convcnicnce. Call and Mf oar MuMfijr about it. Main Office cor. Round R.dp.th Ml.0. M. T'NNINO, Manllitf., Stirling H. Hoaen, Acting Mimger- Grasiy E W Luckhardt, Maoaoar. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C V.O LL.Q D.C.L., ALEXANDER LAIRD, Gfl.lKAL MANMtR CAPI1AL, REST.- TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce Are the most form in which to carrj money whf n travelling. Thty ever) where, self-identifying, and the, exact ambtlnt ptymmt in priiw cipnl foreign uountucs is printed on