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I,. ,';,. -n,| to-niorro-r. ganrra!!? f?'r Ifftlt ? pat uirtrla. Itprnn.liiF \rfielil. \.:W-YOHK. FMDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.-SIXTEEN PAGES. * PRICE) ON h ( l-4> l Kl.<r.WHr.8f1VIO<f->T?' |T SAVS CUHENCV IS Tariff. Railroad and Corporation Leqislation Less lmportant, He Tells Bankers. PLEADS FOR ALDRICH PLAN Peclarr? Propoped National Re Ijrve Ap.-orinrion Contains No Otriectionable FpaturesUrged Against Crntral Bank jliai ? ? membera of the vpn ? Bankers' .nodation, f-arp 'ith their wivs. gath Hotel, ai Manhattan ttarn -' tniaht to Haten to and ap ? Tafl ln ,-i carefully n . urrency reforni. " ? ?? nut -?hat ft, rallroad, ? irporation, ;".iiti<;ii character, thnt at a'.! Importan ?? ;ttinjj ? and currency ayatem oai ?: thi National Xonetary i laalon plan," the I rvjt ? ringr tl .t he waa a man nd dwelllng on ihe ,-' . nf the party ayatem li ? ? , haa ? the faci the Monetai I mi m non ? and ] raiaed thal feature ?gn ? drawlng of the Al \-- ? letaili 'the or? uniza1 tl s National Reaervi It -.7- | . :.:? ful and ?? to avoid the i oncen .wer ? Ither in Wall Ani he ?ed aai tion con ? ? ... ?? ? ? had -r.. ? in his fipht against ??lt dlfflcult ui r thi 4 tion," he aald, "to .. .- : ler < ontrol of i ? ? working for thr beneflt nd it aeems to me Mem that ougl t to ' _fr ? ? all thf Intereata of the the bi nkera. bul tha Bife earnera. tt ? I rn - and all ol g ped .-? ?? B nking < AsBociatton resa upon the peoi I lh* ? i there waa no othei i ? r aa that foi the - - .? g ?' - -?? Tl jrv ? r apeakera wer gresa -? ? ? .1 idgje Cn irleg F. r Ed**ard v. M W. afott the tnitsolni - -rt of the aaaoclat ? tho . aatraat. ? Thi othera at tae *~4**\ w H. Bennett, *tn*i arlll ba president ot tbe BSSMPrlatlon tO B-areni) f'rr>tr.pr<>. of Mur' i, i- aecrets I I ? ! 114 8*n. Oeneral Wickeraham, ? \\ Butt, the Preaidenfa aarra nee 0 M. ' ntroller of I n*ei Pra nd< i ? ? | Vi i T'tvi. Buperlntendent of t1". Hata Banklng Depflutment; Congrreaa B. Vreelai ? ongrra Bsmai '?? ? . bmtnlai ? I Ju?t Eseaprs Heavy Storm. Prei ? ' reached Manhattan re 7 o k, and Juat ln Ihe i aavy atorm tbat reaorl mt Immedlately Thi party '-ami' in tsro sutoi . . on tal nii i thi Becret ai'! tha other the )"'* ? ? ? .rna y Gena rai W bV retary Hillea and afajoi Butt. t8o'i lajck, at '1 11 a as : ? :.. .... rgtn I ; re perplexing and ? .li. i ? ? .... dlfferent i ? . ? . ? ? ? . ? ? : j. ment thai ' Ita ?i' - .. anl the prob . .... ? iton ? t |f; 1 ? I . ? ? ih i ? al na de .... ? 04 Ity at | ? . .'.IS': ? . . gfiiii.. | bana .... ? ? 11 a ? .... kIH edaed ? tlmea, It ult an ? torfl ? ?., tranan ? '? . , ?? . .i ?? ? ? ? 1 ?? ? maklng of .1 ? ? ? ?.r:r| t<. tbe . t ol f .... barkfl I thi inat i ? ?. t ? hank ch ? '.. : Ol ??? I V ? '??? of l ? ? I'ndai ihe of a ich ?? I ? " ? ! profii ? ? . aue In thi In , ? 't ? ? ? ? . . . ! . ...,.??? great \* thai betwef-.i . . , tra.il. n o ?* .. n i ert ? .. . ? . fl ?? ? ? . " l thei ' ... , ? ? al an< ?? . ? -? io the ?' '',|r ? " ? . "- ? ?. rlrtch M imenl ? n . . . | laah an.l '" i ' . ? ? ? ? . ... ? . ........ eat.1 ?:???'?? '; would ha' e "'>v "hai ? *?:??; ,. me Benata. I l tiafactoi : . ? ' ? ? . . ? . . ?-? ,.' ' ' ' aaaa, i gaa. aala oii u>a lui.Uuu^tl oii Mflli t?B?B. K1NG GEORGE CROWNED IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY AMID SCENES OF IMPRESSIVE SPLENDOR THEIR MAJESTIES KI\(* GEORGE V A.\l> QUEEN MARY. Who were crowned in Westminster Abbey yesterday. 7\AILITARY cxperts ? * will discuss. m next Sunday's Tribune, the 'doubtfu! utility of "hiking" troops to the point of exhaust.on in (ime of peace. TWO CARS IN COLLISION ttized Sifnall and Wet Rails Oanie Accident. in West 34th St. Owlng t" a mlatake of aignal and ab> p.n tracka a 84th atrecl croaatown car ? ;, enue car were In coi mon ,oon after S> o'ciock laal nlghl al . . ,.; 34th atreefl Both cari v... | rown from the tracka and . Wert Injured, threi of whom were attended b) Pr. Irvlngham. .,. N< w York HoflBplUl. before they ?,.,? hom< A number of peraona were Bllghtb Injured by flylng alaaa. Traffk . .?,). avei ? and In 84th atreet ,?.,,,,... | and Bighth avenue waablocked for more than forty mlnutea, M? hai I Oilerdl. motorman of the Bev ?n,h ; '. told the pollce ihe coi ILIon waa due to thi allppen cdndltlcn ,,f the ralli aftei the rata Thonuu ... motorman of the croaatown car, ?ald algnala had been mlaed up. ? i thoughfl h' : '"'' '"" <-n theavei ei ? ?? errlng to Larkln. -When trn eai lefi the croaalng i . , . . ... . . ,,, avenue car \>;ts raov M .... ,,;] m) emcrgem ?? brakea, bStcculd noi brlng my car to a afl ip be ,.,... .HXTOd BOY SWiMMER DROWNED Wins Racet, Then Loses Life in Attempt to Cross Hudson. laaac Olurk, flfteen ???"'? ?M. "' N" 131 weafl INHh atreet, competed . % gerlea o! a- mmlng con .,, HudaonRlveral lltthatreef ....terdaj afternoon, and, fluahed wlth rtarted toewlm ncroaa the river . | .. ,... [n mldetream he became and aana quickly. .,: Bamuel. of No. 121 Weat 127th .,,,., , h?wai followtog Oluck, trled lo rompanion. He managed lo ,,. , ,, donQluck, bul thalattai I K,,, . ? thafl Bamuel waa aoon pzhauated. Harry Roeemund, ofl No -i *>., U4th atree! reached Ihe oalt ,ual .,..., Bamuel Ie1 ga bia hold ...? Olucfc mund turned bia attentlon to Bam , and kepfl him afloal untll a boal ,,i them They were takan lo tha H6th atreei pler. Th.- polica aearched Lntii late a( nlghl for Oluck'a body, bul , ouid nol Bnd it A H POSTAL BANKS IN BIG CITIES Hitchcock Plans Sories in New York Chicago and Bostort. ? f Tela srai h'l The 1 ?ine Boaton, June -"-'? Imntediately after .Tiiiy a chain of poouti aavtaga banka wiii be eatabllahed throuahout Nea Yr>rk. Thla ann.nin. rrn< nt araa made to-day by Poetmaeter Oeneral Frank H. Hlti hcock, arho araa here atteadlng ,n'' Harvard claaa day. Banka arill alao b* opened in Boaton and < !hh ago. Theae two cities, arlth Nea Y..rk. arlll i.r the first three fir<?t .-iar.? peetofflces iri arhleh the plan arlll ba trled '?There are Brtra mora ihan taro hun dred of theae banka in Ihe aecond Hasa p.istoftiffB of the eountry.'' *,''i'1 *,r Hitchcock, "and th<- idea haa becoma ao popular thnt i am noa golng to try 'n* blgj . Itlea Thr- people have been pretty harah to me, bul now the) ar" *uat be? ginning to underatand whal Pra been trylng to do after three long yaara. ? I have dealrad to obtaln the higheet aundard of efrlcieney. aty pollcy is t\o\ to economiae on aalariaa, bul on araate of tlme. No man haa beea takon from hla job without apeclflc cauae." ILL AT SEA; SPURNS DOCTOR ; Christian Scientist Baek from Panama with Typhoid. Charlea O. Young, a contractlng rn x i ,rr of No 80 Wall Btreet, arho wr-nt to the ipthmna of Panama a month ngo. arrlved here yeaterda) on th.- Unlted Frult ateamahip Almlrantt* aerloualy 111 fn.m typhoid fever Mr Young. arho ia n christian Bcientlat, refuaed medlcal ald throughoul his lllneaa, and it araa ael until ha became dellrloua that f>r .1 F, Hadley, th*> -shi.i'N Burgeon, dared treal 1 tm for hl<* afI1i<'tlon Mr foung bacarne hi on th* lathmua and aoughl the aaaiatance of Mrs Bln . lalr, a Chrlatlan tk i> nce healer He wns advlaed to r.-main ln one of th<- govern? ment i.osj.itiUs in tha <;.n;.l aono, but he refuaed and araa taken aboard the Al mlrante. He lefl Inetrudlona a'lth afra Plnelalr to glve hlm abea nt treatment during tha Joumey north Wh.-r. tha reaael arrlv. d al Quarantii a Dr Doty, the health offlcer, ...his. .1 thal Mr. Foung be taken t.. ;. hoapltal Mr. foung, arho had regalned conaoiouaneaa wanted to i>< taken t?> h.s home in \u ,. rs but hla brother-ln-laiv declded to taj<.- him to Rooaa ri't Hoapltal It arlth tl ? underatanding, li la aald, thal i.t medlcal treatma nl that h< aa ? admltted then it wai ild ... t i Ig ? v as reetlng romfortably NOT EXAMINING RACING B1LLS Dix Says He Has Rectivcrl No Letters For or Aj-ainst Them. albany, Juna bj Qovernor Dla i ild ." r.i-,-1 i thal ba had gla-en .... eonalderatloti to tha ' Mttlna I llla gaaggaad lo mai i Btrtngent the anti raeetrach gambllng lawa, nor had ha recelved an; lettei foi ? ? -i ? ii a - , Farei ind Parfeet corr.f' rt to < I from igo i. . me . ? oui l ? ? ..??-, and iHiokleta, 101 Broadway, .Vlvt ICO NOI New Govemment Will Protect Them. Says Madero. Min? ister of Finance. ASSURANCE BY DE LA BARRA Capital Engaged in Legitimate Enterprises Will Bo Welcomcd ?No Crusadr Against Bic Corporations. IrrMi i ;- ? ? " :? nt of Th* TrlboM.] Mexlc.ty, June 22 Wlth the ..bjeot of preclaelj definlng the attltude of the Iprovlslonal governmenfl of Ifexlco m? ?r, j forelgn Inveetmenfl Intereata eatab* llahed ln the repuMic, ;is well us for thf Information of peraona who have tenta tivi projecta pendlng here, Brneeto Hn <Uro, the rl'nlfttr ..f Plnance, to-daj gave the Tribune correapondenl an au thorttatlve outllne of the government'a pollcy in regard to this qneetlon. At thr beginning of the Intervlew the Mln ioter remarked thal the tranavniaarion lo the LTnKed Btatea of rartoua reporta re garding the pooltlon the c'U'rnmrnt mlghl be expeeted to take In reepect to corporationa araa calculated poealbly t.> Inaplre uncertainty aa to the aecurlty of thelr Inveetmenta Bnd the lejrai rtghta of forelgn Inveatora In Mexico, "There la abaolutely no feellng of boa tlllty on the parl of the governmenl tow ard forelgn corporationa or companiea Bnanced b: forelgn capital," aald 'he Iflnlater, "nor wlll there be Thaw la no dlapoattlon to hamper thelr work or curtall In any manner the righta and privHegea granted to them under Mexl? can lawa. The) noa itand bo far aa the govi rnmenl ta ? ono rni d, i aai tlj whera they -liii in the laal edmlntatratlon Mex i. ar capital reata on ld< ntlcall) the aame I ii na forelgn capital. Thi re li nq reaaon why capital from domeatlc and outalde aourcea ahould be In confllct, or why alther ahoold be diacrlmlnated ? ! in favor of the othei Wi need . apltal. There la room In Mi xii o for all monej thal ? an '-?? drawn here for ln veMmenfl purpoaea, II would manlfeatl) i. |. or |udgmi nl for the governmenl to ,,,!,.,,, mraaurea or pollclea hoatlle to foi elgn Inveatora. There la no antl-fOraign ?H aboul tbe republlc, anj more than ,,?,.. WMa * ,.:m ago The governmenl ,. ,,..,,;, ?...? ,,, f\va thoei peraona who hav. thelr monej In i '"> '" "??? republlc every guarantee afforded by laa tha! th.ir rUrhta and preeenl atandlng wlll be T # -1 -. 41. -l The governmenl naturally ,,, |rM t.. make friende, nofl enemii ? aa ,?,.,ii. among tnooa arhoa. Inveetmenfl ,,,.,,,,,,.. rontrl aite ao Importantl) to ,i, ,... , iei ind wealth of thi.intry, Ko '. ? ' ;:":' ' U.,! l?_>l_u?-.l un flfHi l>?8* LORIMER MAN'S REVENGE Lee ON. Browne Knocks News paper Correspondent Senseless. Bpringfleld, III., June L_ Repreaenta 'th< Lee O'Nell Browne, of La Balte, to I nlghl knocked down K. ?>. Phllllpe, legis llattve corregpondenl of "Tho rhlrajro Tribune." Phllllpe waa unconacloua forty minutes. Sin. e the lneepti..n >.f the l.nrim^r In veettgatlon Browne an.i Phiiiifw have hr, n unfrlendly and for more ti*an a yrat have n.'t apoken. Meeting In the Sf.rak'r'H room nt the r;ipit?.l tn-nffcht, ; ,\ir. Phllllpe addreaeed Browne, aml the Aaaemblyman Immediately Btruch Phllllpe Ft Penick waa ?ummoned to the Si- kar*a room. and he revtved the in? jured correepondent Dr. Penick aald th it the blow, Jual bai h of the ear, mlghl be aerloua, Mr. Browni haa been In thi foreground ever alnee chargea "f bribery were made in connectlcn with the election of Unlted Btatea Benator Lorlmer. Browne ^as named bj former Repreaentatlve Charlea white |n the orlglnal story publlehed in "The Tribune." aa ihe man who pald him $1,000 to v>te fur Lorlmer. Browne, who wai ? Demoeratk ndnorlty leader when Lorlmer waa eleeted, was trled twice on the charge of brlblng White. The Brafl jni\ dlBagreed :in<l the aecond acQultted him Browne later aaa re-elacted t.i the Legislature. Mr. I'hinij.s has written muc.h ahout th.' bribery inveatigatioii, and his work broughl aboul the i atrangemenfl wlth Browna, BEAT MEN; SAVE CHILDREN Policemen Use Clubs to Stop Panic in Burning Building. a hro atarted ahortly after 7 o'ciock lasl nlghl ln h reeond floor apartment OCCOpled by F?afae| Alhano and hia fam? ily al N'u if> Ollver atreefl it galnel headway rapldly and ln a fea mln iti - the house waa Blled with amoke. The tenants on the upper floora gathered thelr bousehold effecta together and inn.ii- i ruah for the stairs. Many of th ni n and women carrled huge bundleo, whlle a awarm "i chlldren held t" I ?? women'a Hkirts. patrolmen Mi ? er and i fl i< kej. ol the Oak Btreefl Btatlon, aaw the amoke and . _ into ti" building, tu flnd Ihe ?talra Blled ?rlth atruggllng men, women and chlldren. Chlldren were belng knocked down and men were flghtlng to gel oul The potici men drea thelr clube, and b) beatlng aome >>f the men back managed to gel averybodj out unharmed, ea epfl for the brulsea aome of them aulfered "ti the atalra. I'.itrolman Hli Im j bi Brd thafl ? a omen had been lefi on the flral floor and, ruahlni through the amoke, reecued Mr* Anl.un. tte Viiniila. Who WBB lylng OO B t.,.,1. overcoree b) amoka Th< iir.- u..* |nit oul after ll had eaten Its WB) t" U"' roof and AotiO ffi.OflHI daui Hi:< The i auea ? I tha fli a a nx nol learned, GREAT REAR SPRING WATER. !?! i ? i i, ^..ina Hi.jpcieil bottlea. - Advl Coronation of Successor of Edward VII the Occasion for Great Pageant of Imoerial Wealth and Grandeur and for Remarkable Outburst of Patriotic Feeling. QUEEN ENTHRONED BESIDE KING Peers, Peeresses, Heirs of Foreign Rulers and Special Rep resentatives of All the Powers Gather in Historic Fane to Witness Apotheosis of Mon archy in Ceremonv and Ritual. George V, King of the I'nited Kingdom oi Great Britatn and Ire land and ol the British Dominions beyond the sea^. was crowned ifl Westminster Abbey yestcrday. \>vor before in history ivai the imoerial note atruck in inch a magniilcenl manner. Its imoerial aspect undoubtedly a*u the most remarkable feature of the corpnation. . ieorgc V, more than any govereign of the past, represents the em I bodiment of the imperial idea. He only nf all hia predecetaw on the 'thr-me travelled through his vast dominions and thui acquamted lv.m setf *\ first hand with the needs and aspirations of all the varioui peo ples of his empire. The great -tate pageant was carried through with dignity and im pressiveness. Probably upward of two millton persons were masacd along the lineof the procession, while seven thousand saw the ceretitony in the abbev. The many events of the day passed of! without hitch or aenoui ae cident of any kind. The weather was less favorable than had been hoped for, but even that had its compensating advanuges, so that there wa- practicallv no need of the services of ambulam es for cases of faint ing or exhaustion, which are commonly attendant upon wch occaaiom in hol sunshine. ?>n the other hand. the rain wa- not lufficient to da> tract <criou*]y from thr ^ph-nd'T of the pa^eantry. The attendance of the j;cnoral public in the ^rcc's. whila- large. did not approach thai at King Edward's coronation. Thig probably waa due *?- fears engendered by the unusually severe polke regulationi and thr barricades erected to protect the line nf the procession route, which under the circumstances, therefore. proved needle-. Gloomy progrnos tications of trouble arising through public re-entment of the<r precau tions a- an infringement of British lil.erty proved quite fJJOUndlesS. i ]?' orvthing was carried out with ?mo"thness and in perfect order. which I exctted univataal admiration. TR- .-ahla M Thr Tr'Mme 1 London. *?? 2tt-Hoa? BVaah could a ain*le pair of Ameriran eye, eee of Ihe ,-randeat of Imp'-rlal functlona? T,?t!e. indeed. outelde Weatmlnater Abbey. .nrinklug in Buetere dlgnlty behlnd the improvlaed Oothle entrance hall and th. j r iinatflrhtli K.-nffolrlin barricadee of unawmu ?ri.-ked out ln ju-arlet. Ilcmbera of Pnrlk_menl and peereeaea ! lorgeonely arrayed eoaki go by Meamer rrom Chetoeo as late aa B o'ciock and repale themselves artth memories n alling t" the imasination the water r?tea "f Ptantagenel and Tu-i-r daye Ordinary mnrtai* "ith Abbey H-kets and police paases bestlrred themaelves by rlaybreak and jostled through streets already thronged wlth alghtaeew f" j.anir over'the exceoatve precautlone of the pollre. Lord Kltchener'i battaUona, aeaaoned nr raw. wr re already bniriK the r..ad waya gayiy deeorated wlth maat* ban* nrr?j. feetOOM, UMirel and basketo ? f flrwer?". and the barrbrs and R.-'es for hoidimr back rlotoua moba an.i Bhuttlng up orderiy, good-natured crowda were not yet cloaed. Multltudea were awarm ini; ail a]..nir tbe proceeelonal route eveiyu here. A Long Roman Holiday. Ther.i was an eier?ri,' tirill of experta tlon an.i pleaaurable excltemenl In the metropolla If it had alept at all it had awakened for .1 long K-'inan h.-liday. not tn be ended before midnlght, when hoeta of revdlen in the brtlliantly lllumlnated Btreeta would stiii be ninRinic "Ood Bava the Kinx" and beacona would !?? ablase r.n the hllltopa throughout Bagland.. Perhape thf moat vlvld Impreealon in ti-r- enriv mornlng a-aa produced by the . nveralon "f Whltehall, arlth its H.-nais aanee publlc OfBceO, Into a lt"man triumphal way. Marveis ..f flbroua pias t,t could be admlred and th.' ..nrush of BpecUtora could be wltneaaed, but it vouid be houra before th.' paaaage of the thr..' r..\.ii proceealona, with th.'ir troopa ,,,? ufe ?;:.ar.i?. well horaed equlpagea, daxxllng liverlee and pictureeque me dlaBvaliam. Theee ? evalcadee n-ishmK bj v. ith Jewelled gllnta "t ' olor wi r-' re ?erved for th,- holiday crowda maaaad | b. hin.l th" Boldk rs .u..l poli ?? and for th- tenanta -.f the deeorated timber >.:ids llnlng tn,- proceaalonal route. The Abi' ? * -it holdei i Iurned thelr ba< ks _j mi . tefrythlng outaldi and, en terinK ihe tranaept '"? the ? bolr, were , ntertalned t-! houra wlth .. Bertea ..f pageanta an.i ceramonlala uneurpaaaed in ?tatellnesa, Bymoollc beauty an.i regal magniflcence Thej alone were ait? ,, ....g of the eoronatlon, eondueted wlth l_a ritual a thouaand ><ar? old an.i arlth ,,ii the grandeui of Imperlal atate. Vaat Expectant Multitude. Outalde waa a vaat, expectanfl multl t ,.|. wlttlifl a*aa tl"' siien-e ..f a hal !, wed fane before the aaammbllng "f th grandeet 11 all i wurta, a Bpectator*a flrat loBpraeglpa in i>._. ing down from tha heigbtn of tha trl 'forfum nm that of a harm.in'o.iB *n virnnmi-nt r.->r thp statpliput of hutn.in j rerrmonlala. Th.- fioors arera eajrpejgflaj in two Bhadan of Mna, arlth heratdtc dp sians and thr. Inltlals ..f thr. King BBd Queen, and h^si-lp thp altar and under* iifatli thr. orlmson TafObaan fhmnps. thu jrhalr? of statp and the anrienf erj|*oM tlon Bfat arere Persian tappurrfps ..f matrhlPBs hi>aiit>. The hatiKtnaTs ln the f-alWios urrp of |blue i-etvet Bhot "ith Bilver. Thero araa rleea amber and moro siurr in the dece-. Iratlve acheme than at tbo |aai corona [tion. and the effecta a'ere leaa garlah and m..rr. rpfino.l. The Trontals and doeaala for ,),? n]Uir arera near (mbrolderlea of arhlta datnaaj praoented bj tiu- Kh.it and Queen and wrrp reDroductlona In allver and c old ot Rfteenth centurjr dealgna Bannera gleamed and gold plate Bhlmmered and amior and nafmleti tapeatriea orna mented thr. entrance hall. [| ?as B rnagnlflcani Btaga aettlng for thla ualqua jatr.anl of royal*- av,\ , mpire. Compared with 1902. other coronatlona eould not hava beea nthpr mor- Joyona it, apirli or bHghter and mora raried ln color t an thla otth, Cerulnly not the laal ona, arhen the Bovefelgn ha.i barely rca*oa*ered from an alarmlng lllnesa and I ? Bpeetatora ware aobered and rhaatened by dtaappolnt* rneni and anaiety. if ri at araa a thankaglving aerviee maklng aa la> tenaely hurnan appeal to thr. heart, ag the one before lt had eea med a ranaana a of fairyland, thla "as ;. Bumptuoui lm? perlal pageant, rlvalllag in apb ndor tha eoronaUon of Q4rorge iv. aad bj Ha sherr magrnlfk*amce atlnaulatlng the i->y aity af aii th. Britona There araa no effeet of anti cllmaa ln a belated i ere nioniai. tnatead of .. de. line of popular Intereat there ?.'r. unrgatralaad out burata ?t rathuataaai arlthin and without thp abbe* Tl ???? araa tbo li-rcomparabla beauty an.l aparkllng vlvaelt) of the apectaele, and underneath tha glory af pageantry, arlth Ita grandeur o* ritual, tboro araa the aaeranieni of royalt* Tha Abbey arhen n.p Bpeetatora hpgan to ti11 it at an early hour looked as it dld nlne raara ago. Fron. tha areal door t<> thp oraan B(***eea thprp arera lofty aal ? - and theaa arera continued ln tha Intermedlate Bpacea ..\.r tiu- <h...r alelag and on both atdee <>f the traiiaepta, Thr? ra*a*ognltion platforra under the r-entral tourer araa enaxanpaaaed w.th galltrtea, The Abbey was almoal iinrrmgnliahig excepi for the roaa a*lndon*a, thg ccaV iinins and the .aultlng, but nave, cholr, transepta ..ml preebyterj arera brought i ? omogent oua rel I na aa a t heatre for .. unlQue apeartacle. There arera boxea for membera of the royal famlly an.l gueate of honor; the cholr ??? re aerved for foreign eavoyg, . ? ? t? ? riir*.i pgg> mlera and tae dlptooaatle corpa; the paareaaea arera la tha aortb tranaapl gg ti.-rs of ehalra rtalng t" th.' level <>r tha trlforlum; tha peera arera in the aouth tr.ins.'pt. arltti th.- Comaaoaa in .i kh i above them, ami .ni aach aaaa of tha cholr thera arera s!"i>iiia* ptaUoraaa fag prlvy coundllora, dlptaaaMtlsta, judK.s an.l maa and areatW n "f .listin.-ti.>n ln so .ii-t\. Gold Lacad Officiala. Thr ipectatora theinaetvee, aa thry Bllad the empi) sia.fs in these *ai ., .. v. ra th- Bral p..aT*:int ln tha aVb lu; Through tba na\e and up laal