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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta (-I H, TTTE LETnmtiDOE DAII.y JHE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., O.C.L, PKESIMNT y ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MHUOEII REST, COLLECTION BUSINESS its Hrg'e number of branches, agents and correspondents. The Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throiu'lunit the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on application. FOREIGN BUSINESS Cheques and on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling1, francs, maiks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currt-ncy, can be negotiated at Ihe Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates. Lethbridge Branch Nourse. Mgr. GOLDEN RULE THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED, 18S5. HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL. Capital Reserve Fund................ BRANCHES IN CANADA AND A6ENTS PARTS .OF THE DOMINION 80 IN tOENTS and CORRESPONDENTS In all the Principal Cities of the UNITED STATES anil GREAT BRITAIN, and In all parts ot ths World. LETTERS OF CREDIT and all EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. lablo In GREAT BRITAIN K you are jolng to THE CORONATION you will need one. Promptly SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of. II 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 DIAMOND' CITY BRANCH D. c. MORRISON, MANAGES OF CANADA Caailal, lot aid DadivkM AfteH fnr Mail Your Deposits to us, with your Pass- book, and we will return the book, written up. .When-you wish to withdraw Money, mail us the Pass-book, say bow much you want, and we will send it to you at once. If you are far from a you will, find this, service of ours a great convenience. Call and see our Manager about it. Main Office eer. Round A fledpafMtt.G, R. TINNING, Manager. .Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Luckhardt, Manager. Talk 'of Adopting Thi Form of Police Administration Winnipeg, Man., June "Go Ion Knle" jiulk'e administration mot largely im thu pattern of th Cleveland system which was inmigti -ated hy the famous Gulden Kule Po ire C'iiief Ivoehler, will be adopted ii in tliu near future if xonn of the men "in liigli have their way. There will be n meeting o the police commission this afternoon when it is understood that the mat- ter will he discussed. The queslioi of a successor of Chief McRae will also be up, although it is not likely a definite appointment will be trade- The Cleveland system, it is idnu'd, has proven a pronounced suc- cess. The arrests in that city, where population approaches the three-quar- ter of a million mark, were consider- I auiy less in number than these in Winnipeg. The central features of the j golden rule system are prevention ih- stead of detection of crime, and a system of placing offenders on their honor. Xo convictions, for instance, are recorded against drunks. A police- man does not arrest a drunk1 unless he proves very disorderly, but is in- j stnieted to take him home, or to see that he is safely placed in the hands of friends who will take care of him. Even when arrested, a drunk is not treated as a criminal and is not- lined. There is no option of and costs or ten days, which is the hard 'fite that meets drunks in Canada. The man is taken before a special magistrate, a retired Baptist minis- ter, who talks to him kindly, and dismisses him, after giving MIT; some good advice. If the man offends re- peatedly he may be sent to a farm prison. Saturday, Junf 24.1011. FOR WINNIPEG ONT. Sept. ajrd, 1910, niu in the General Store biiimitra have been resident of Jtikormaii for thirty-seven years. Since 1 sturk'il tliis store four years 1 hare found your remedy the most satisfactory one 1 have sqhl. Many of my customers linveustsl "l-'ruit-u-tives" with the most beneficial .result! I know of two cases Hint have been completely cared of Dyspepsia. 1 recommend "Fruit-a-lives" on every possible occasion and would .if every general store keeper, who stocks uiL-iltcine, 'would keep "Hruit-a-tives" -.i eminently displayed, he would ia- ise bis business uiuiiy fold" ALEX. Ontario. ARTS, EDUCATION. 1-HEOLOGY, MEDICINE, SCIENCE. Including ENGINEERING. "The course may be taken by ctudenu to rradu- ate niufit. attend one Eeaaion. AMP SUMMER SESSION July 3rd te Auiuit 11th. f the Reg- Jstrai, T CHOWN, Klmston Ont NEPHEW ARRESTED WlrmipBjr, June M. Srttlfr, itopllew at Senator ef JUntucW. was ttrreatedahis morn Ing Ke Is', wonted at Wto for forgsry.' BAD CYCLONE STRIKES CHILI giiique, cyclone, accompanied by -rain and high temp- erature, struck tfns place todaj V hundred loaded sunk in tnejiarbor and ships nere stripped of masts. In the cit'y.the' roofs .were from huildmgi A. "panic nas caused and many persons injured. Rain almost never falls here. .-The talian ship Gavalicrio Ciampa was sunk. Telegraph, poles were torn down. It' is feared considerable dam .was. fields in the ".tenor The last ciclone prece'dmg this was experienced here in ISOi. FARM BROUGHT A FINE PROFIT (Special to the Herald) Macleod, June 23 lann E Sanderson was todaj sold to a Calgary: syndicate for .a future jub- division.'The farm is the NationM Stipph company, Winnipeg, as teamster, was struck by lightning and instantly killed. ".Wil- liam Corrigan and Colin' Allan, o'thcr employees, were shocked, hu not injured. ConttipaHon it At root of many of lickneu and of endleM amount of human mitory, Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. thoroufhly by over fifty ytMitof Mfe MM! cMtaia for cotwtipation and .all Try them. COLEMAN DID THE DAY CREDIT A Splendid Coronation Celebration Was Held There (Speciabfp the Co.feim.ri, Altai, June gniti fyiiig success attended the elToru o those who luul in Iiaiid the arrange- turn Is for the Coronation cclebratlot n Cqlemaii. Kor inoro than a mbnlli n ''citizens' lioimnfttcc had held meeti- ngs at various times and had work- hard in the In ordui hat the'town might have something vorlhy of Die day, an event that oultl he louked hack upon lyith sal- ;factiou-by all. The celebration pro- ject originated with Mayor Cameron, who as chairman of the school board, suggested the wisdom of making it mainly a children's day with a view to giving the hoys and girls of the public school some added suggestions iii patriotism. The weather clerk appeared to be co-openuing with the committee, -as the day was all that could be desired from a sunshine point Even a shower during the afternoon that! visited Frank and drifted as far west as McLaren's Mill, spent itself before getting to Coleman. -Shortly after 1 p. m. the children arrive at the school grounds and were quickly arranged for parade by H. Clarke and-'his assistants, on avenue. lines were ;foriheil each boy and girl was pre- sented by C. I1. Willimott with a cor- onation medal marie of aluminum suit ably stamped on both sides and sus- pended from a heavy red, white and blue ribbon, containing a pin fastener. The Coleman band ar- rived on the scene at two o'clock and all being ready, the parade, headed by the town's musicians, followed, next, by the Coleman Boy Scouts, took its course'down Central Ave., west on Second street, south on Poi- son Ave., east on First St. to Cen- tral Ave.. thence to Flummerfelt Park, arriving at the park followed by. a .large concourse of townsfolk anr visitors from towns .in the district. After-arrangement in convenient form by Mr. Clark and his committee, jhe flag that bravorf thousand. battle .and -the breeze, a -more recent specimen of which wafted in the.gentle zephyrs on a pole erected for-.the occasion, re- ceived a -loyal .more than three hundred of Coleman's young hopeful. Mr. Cameron now addressed thn children, pointing oiit'.sonie of the. jcnefits of British citizenship and co- ncident responsibilities, referring to our great Canadian heritage, and .the advisability pi-being loyal to sover- eign and country. The band followed with "The-Maple Leaf the' boys and girls joining .in the refrain, After another salute to the flag and three ringing cheers for King George V. which told of loval hearts arid true, each child, was provided with fruit and candv refreshments, which in itself was no unimportant part of j the afternoon's program. Then fol lowed an -two of children'1 sports, uith In the band. At four o'clock a foothal match began between two loca teams, English versus Scotch, result- ng-in a victory of one to nothing in favor of the latter. Lastly came a game of football be- twecn the juniors .of, Coleman and le, which was keenly contested. The honors, however, were ..carried i bv the Lille aggravation, the score at he finish standing one' Beheung the dav vould be incom- iletc an evening entertam- the committee arranged with oca I talent, for a. .concert, in opera house The following program wan rendered in a receivr ed much applause frqpi the fiie'hun- dred or more people who' thrpnged the. building. .Besides1 those who took part in the program there were 'on the platform, representatives of :-thc; school hoard and citizens committee. Maple For Audience. McKcegan and Disney Chairman's Camer- on. R more. D. A Violin M Solo-Miss White. Levshon, T. The above was brought, to 'an iropriate close by the audience -nng- ng, "God Save the A dance wound tip the day's events, many tjying to trip the light fantastic ill "the stars grew dim in the sum- mer morn." The celebration com- lo'descrve the thanks and {ion of the public for their SWlock Fire Proof Office BIdg. Seventh Street Third Avenue South CARDS OF OCCUPANTS FIRST FLOOR No. 1. Chojct Groc.rlii, Fruits and Venetablet. Phone 515 Stors No. 3. BRITISH AND COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. .Commercial Importers and Dealer. In Photographic Supplies. Phone 487. Store No. 2. JACKSON COPE Druagllts and Stationery Phone 1232. Store No. 4. DOWSLEY A MULHERN tAND CO. (Sucection to Dowsky.Mc- Mlllan Land City Real EiUtc-Farm Lands Phono 644. ___ Phona 3R3. Real Eitate and Loans. W. R. DOBBIN Phone SECOND FLOOR Office 101 A. R. E. SHERLOCK, Proprietor Office! and Safety Drawers to Rent Phone 487 Not. 101 B-10M04-1M. BRITISH A COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. Commercial Photographers, Importer! and Dealers In Photographic Supplies Phone 487. Suite 103. IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD. Alfalfa and Grain Growers Phone 1353 Suite 106.- JOHN R. PALMER Phone 1033 Suits 107. CEO. ANGUS Snips In Farm Lands Suilt 109. CHjNOOK COAL CO. J- C .Reid, Mgr. Operating Mlnta, Diamond City. 111-115. STANDARD SECURITIES Real Estate, Etc. Phone 1291. Suites 117 and 110. DR. J. E. LOVERING Physician'Surgeon X.Ray and Electrical Machine i Phone 1242 Real 11S jnd 120. H. MACBETH Inturan'ce. Gruat Northern Ry. "PHone 634. Tioketi. THIKDFLOOR Suite 201. E. E. CARVER Architect. Phone 1241. Suite. 211 and 215. R. E. McARTHUR (A, M. Can. Soc. C. E.) CIvM Engineer. i Surveyi and Reporta Phone 1438. Suite 205. DUFF 4 .-EDWARDS Civil Engineer! and Surveying Rhone 1436 W. M. Edwarda, C.E.D., A.L.S D. A. Duff, C. E. Sultct 211 and 211.. H.M. 4 W.A. WHjDDINGTON J Regd. Architect! Phone 1438, V 217. T. W. CLARK Auditing Bookkeeping and Ccniral 'Office Work Un. dertaken 1 Phone 426 217. F. WADDINOTON Auctioneer, Etc. Phone 210 CANADjAN RATE WENT CO Send ua your freight bllla to check. There la money In it for you. Phone 1018. 2U and 218 OSTEOPATHY L. B. MASON Representing Church, Sage, Walker, Mason A Plumnier, ol Calfary _. Phone INSURANCE CO. OP AMERICA Office 220. H 1 Walter, Aeat. Service 7.50 to fi.10. Fcee great-, success, was well sustained SCOtlAN McKinnon. J. R'. Hunter, Blair- MacAulay. A. Disney. Faulkntr. ance The personnel of the committci us follows Major Alex eron, chairman W. L. OuimettcV'sec- retary C P Wilhmott, councilman, H, Clark, Rev. T. M. Murray DROWNING IN HIGH RIVER High River, Alta., June attempting to cross the north fork of Hlfh' Wood river, nhove Sullivan Creek, a boat load of river drivers cap- alicd, and. N. Ranclia, a Galiclan, wan drowned BONIFACE -JaraeB Mcnon- June 23- ald, 21, who came htre from Glas sow, N S, three jears ago wu found dead this morning In the basement of the Hotel Couture, St. Boniface He wai employed- hy the Manitoba Iron Works, iDd while not a heavy drinker, a rule, much the norse for II quor last night He was carried down to the nanement. W T Raidgr Mas killed bj a trail at -Sintcvluta, Sask. School of Mining A (lll.l.miR or KIKNCH owrr" For Die School hnrt further M- formtifon. to 'School of ;