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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta AloiHl5i.v, iVlaifh *i, lull. i HE L1:THJ5JM1>GE daily UEKALli SUSPECTS Men Supposed to Know About Murder of Pol-ice Chief Arrested 9l)ok(uio, March .". -KollowiiiK two months nt pollen siirveilUuice. John SIpele, ngn II yea^^3, niicl Stimrl Mot-roll, (igo r,", v.ore iin-f'slprl last ii1j;hl. by C'a council rendered vacant by the death of the late Aid. Tilley. 'The, throe are e.\-nldermon David King and Frnit-a-tives" purifies the blood by jJames Ashcroft, and A. OKion fornverly moking all the vital organs active and i c. P. R. roadmaster. healthy-which in turn relieves the q.^^.I^ I^l;,g clefUiitely made the an-slomach. Take �I-nul-a-tive..;; if }�u ]nouncemcnl that he would be a can-want to cet nd of a 1 htomacu troubles ,. , , . , . ^ ^ ididale this afternoon. James Ashcroft and faults of migration. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c. At all dealers, or from Frmt-a-tivet i^imitcd, Ottawa. GOOD PUBUCITY FOR THIS CJTY has said all along that he would probably he a candidate, and most certainly would ho if .D. King came out. A. Olson's nnnounc'emcift wfls published in the Herald on Saturday. There is cinite a likelihood that Arthur liayr, the well known hardware merchant, will also be in the field. ri(^ left for Calgary on business Ibis siftcrnoon and when seen by the Herald just before leaving, would not say ;"ye.'j" or "no" to the tinestion whether or not he w^ill run. LOCAL BUDGET The London (Mngland) Daih Mail, (jvcrsras Isiiitioii, of l^'cb Ihtii, makes a fcat.ure of the splendid lieailwuv made hy the Letlihridge branch of the (jvcrsca.s Club .since ils organi/alKin a month or twd a^o and points tn it us iin cxampli' that oilier fanailian cities, such as Winnipeg, lialifa.v and St. .liilin ini.Gilit well follow. In all, it ilcvotc.'i about a coUiinn and a h;ilf 1i> Iho I.Plhbriilgc branch, making the ftjlUiwing anioiiu; iither Ijollce theory that the shot that killed rrmarlvs : the veteran ortlcer was fired by u man '�fhi- members of our Lelhbridge of small stature. Steele is a short, (.southern Alberta) branch arc dis- w-lry fellow and Moffett is pudgy arid . .p,,,,,,,!,, -^^ ,, pcrlVcling Koolb.iirt'lub arc rc BliorU His also mlcged Hint f hey ttrlly ' '. , , , ' , 1 ooin.iii i. lun ait ic with the description fapiain Sullivan '"si^""'""- iM llie f,ii 1 that the l.cili-britl!',i,> brancli cif the livcrst^as Club has ,1 membership so much larger than the a'.'crage'hi aiich cannot liflii but. inipii'ss upon thdusand.s of readers iii the paper wlio ma\ never be-forr lia\c heard of 1 .!� ililiiidLic that it IS a cil\' ui im mean ipi;:('i tance. The Ovrrseas (,'luh. uliKii was oiil\-(irt;,iiii/eil nii \ii;!; UTlh last, .lire.ulv ,ivs llu' s.Mue issue of I he Mail, ,1 li.lal nieiiibei ship oi 1(1,(II,S, ilis Miliiili'd III l.iiT.'i branches m diller-ent iiai Is el 1 he IJritisli Ijiipire. home in tlie .Alc.\andra ! Saturday morning from the Kast Hotel .sample rooms, Brodie Block. where she has been visiting tor the I () O F Lodge No 72 (North Past month after a five months so-Lelhbndee), will meet in Kcding's ^ J""T abroad with .Mr. Sharman. Hail, .\iirih l.ethbrid.gc, tonight to pui oil iujtlatorv degree work. .\ cordial invitation is u.\'tended to all Oddfellows to attend. A false alarm turned the fuc dr-parimenis out yesterday morning to the corner of First Ave., S., and Fifth streel I'he party Tjr parlies) Bamsley, who have been enjoying who ])ulled the lever in the alarm box j California's balmy breezes for the past Mrs. J. A. Palmer and little son, Harold, who have been guests for the past fortnight of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Shepherd, returned to their home In Calgary, Friday afternoon. * � * Mr. R. V. Gibbons and Mr. Arthur two months, returned home Saturday afternoon.    Mr. Harper and Mr. Cooper are raak-ling plans to present the popular West- event, and during the receiving hnurs \ ' ern drama "Nevada," shortly after her drawing rooms were thronged Parisian and had the chic French touch which is so longed for by all women. A broad band of black velvet upon which appeared picturesque straw embroidery in the natural shade was arranged flatly around the brim, half w^ay benveen the crown and the edge of the h;it. The only other ornamentation to the smart creation was a cluster of tiny moss roses and forgetmonots. A briglv; color note is given the under brim by the addition of a small cluster of the blossoms. Miss Cooksley Miss Cooksley Is again "at home" in ber light and airy quarters in the Begin block, where everything is so white and clean it must have been a pleasure to arrange the well selected stock. One model that is demanding much attention is the mitre hat on exhibition. It is made of rough straw of a peculiar but pleasing bluish gray tint. A wide band of navy satin ribbon terminating in a unique rosette appears around the high crown. Three largo full blown pink roses and foliage are arranged at the back of the ffai. The hemp straw drooping brimmed sailors with gay scarfs wound about the crowms are esiieei^illy good this spring and Miss Cooksley has a niim-bei' already in stock and has ordered more. A large black lace pict.ure hat with narrow bandings of silk straw was pretty. The whole hat brim and crown was twined ith garlands of liny pink roses. A walking shape developed of s.ige brown loosely braided straw, turned up abruptly at one side, was decidedly smart. Two bands of cerise velvet ribbon appeared on the large sugtir loaf crown and a ciusler of cherries gave an additional bright touch. A mob turban of mixed satin straw introducing blue, green and brown tones, was a useful toque for travelling or every day wear. Loops of the straw ornamented the side and were held in place with a knot and loops of .unique liny wooden beads.    Mrs. .1, H Tiivcrs' reception on iSaiurday aiiernnon was a pretty tmm (MAPLE LEAF IftSEl) t � If cocoa is your favorite bever�g� | by all meatTS enjoy It at its best- �s made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The acme of purity, richness and flavor. THE COWAN CO. LIiRlted. TORONTO. ' dainty hand einhroidered frock ot crushed rose satin and large ecru straw picture hat covered with full, blown pink roses ami foliage.- CLUBS AND SOCIETIES   The Parish Au.viliary of St. Cypri an's church will meet Thursday after-' noon with Mrs. flotsoii.   * . . . . ! The Ladles' Aid society of the Baptist church meet .AVodnesday afternoon al two o'clock with Mrs.'McVean, 611 ItjtU street.  . * The W. A. of St. Augustin's church, will hold a devotional session" tronror-row afternoon at 3,30 in the Parish hall. ..... READJUST THE WATER RATE^, City Council Discussing Matter in Committee J, This Afternoon The St. Patrick's Altar society are A special committee meeting ot ttatf city council is being held this aitoi* noon for the purpose of discussing a I proposed re-adjustment of the: wiitef | rajes leading tp a.more equl'faile dlaii I fribution ot the charges along the liuis L of an interview given to the Herifdil plunning for a concert to be held in; '^-''^'^ "SO by Mayor /Vdams. Uri*. ! the Caledonian Hall on the evening f."'' ^^"^ Veseni system it is the watd* | of SI. Patrick's day, March 17th. "^^r, particularly the houaeholder,\wh* ^ , , , ' pays for the cheap rates given to the Rev, C. M. Mitchell, a missionary In ^-f '-5' other big user.- Bolivia, will give an illusfrated lec-!^"" the wa er used by the lure in the I3aptist church this even-i''"^- ^^"'f'."^ boulevards, and fir* ing. The lecture will be delivered es-:T^'^^- Under the proposed r* pecially to the Baptist Young Peo- �ie4p rrenibership j,,,,. |i,nio,- f,,r sale without a license. 'The case will come up in police court tomorrow morning. Th Rehearsals for the drama will begin immediately.^ * * * Mrs. ,1. H. Woods and manager ALTORADO !ti,e Bell Telephone Co., previous What is the matter at Hagen's? the taking over of the system by tSe! flerman is (he liapiiiesi looking man Alberta government, and for a shor"^ in tile south cuintry. Well, no. I take w-.ile afterwards. After leaving Leth^ ilKit back. Grandpa is the happiest, bi'dge Mr. Burbridge went to Portage with lierniaii a jtnod second. ; La Prairie as local telephone manager;.; , gown, the liodice of which was orna- olfice and other buildings .hoing daughter Eleanor, arrived in the city ^'.^^,,^1,,,, ^^,,1, ,,a,,,s,mc medallion, ereei.-d bv Ihe Becker and Yates Liim on Saturday. Little Miss Eleanor who , , their new vards here are 's suffering with appendicitis was ,0 1 "^l"'" l^"'"- will two KINNONDALE Snow lull here is very thick, and the stock are suffering badly. Many lai-mers have already lost many cows | jj.^ and even horses and mules. The.hor.i-) es seem 10 be feeling it as well as the' '" cattle Mr. and Mrs. SoraervlUe are down here on a visii to (heir son, .Milo .Soni-evviile. Tliey reported very bad roads from X.inion; snow very deep. ('. ,1. Morgan has just returned from prolonged vinlt fo the home of Mr. her Co at liractically ccmipleted and the is being unloaded. The yard c.oieiiienee business in about weeks' time C r R KcsidenI Kngineer Alexander, o! C.Ugary, was m the city today ;ii:il had a conference with City Engineer Arnold with regard to the Colitis streel overhead bridge. The w insnii e wee dimr alleiidan' Miss Martiuerite Hill who stock ^'^^'^ operated on at The Gall Hospital hy Dr. Mewburn today, but I w'ns on account of the doctor's Illness the wore a dainty frock of white enihroi-operation has been postponed for a dery with Dnrnlliy Uaiiity lialn blue few days. .Mr. Woods returned to sash and h�\v hows. Calgary on Saturday evening but will j -pi,,. ,|,;,\vitig rooms presented a bo In the ciiy again the latter part:,,,^,^., ^,t,.,,.,JM. appearance (leel(ed of the week. -Mrs. Woods is a g2 t-S: .luly opened n4 1-R, much success, haviUF,- a roll of over On aecoiinl of Ihe two men's meet !clo^ed :i5 ;-;-S; October closed 88 5-8; 40 members. There is to be another ings to he held in Ihe auditorium t-.t'Cash wheat I .\ortherii" R!l 1-4. 2 Nor-liieeting on Saturday. -LI,", on the I-t ii and r>t li addressed b> , I hern sr, 1-:'; ;i'Now hern 84 1-4: No. A Prayer Meeting was held at 'the Dr. Pailersoti. the Fellowship Cleb,.'>, 71: Xo. 1,;. GT: Feed 60; Oats Xo. 2 home of Mr. Somerville on Saturday, will ptisipono their meeting iiuti! Over ;iO people were in attendance. , .March 2Glh. C. W. Jli ,',l; Flax Xo. 1 N. W. 244, -May L'ls, .luly 210. Western Canada  � Saturilay was another gahi day fori Lelhbridges fairer sex for there were' two iiiilliiier> o|)eningB and from e.iiiy morning until late Saturday evening throngs of women and girls visited the show rooms of the Misses McLeay and .Mis.s Cooksie.v. At ilie .nMb.-^os -McLeay's deligliifully arranged and spacious store, a bewildering array of atlractive and alluring iieidgear invited everyone to dispense with their old chapeaii for a few niiiiiKes and don the leicliin.g creations wliich are being more admired [Ills season than ever. .Miss Spink is again the .Misses McLeay's improver lliis season and will be assisted by Miss iMartin, of Toronto, who lias been with W. A. .Murray & Co., 01 :li;ii city. The large hats shown emphasize the following points: That tlie iipiurned brim will be fashionable, that many ot the lir;;e Itats depend entirely on their shape for effeeiiveness and are but lil.l" rimmed, that color contrails are specully considered; thai both small s:iape3 and large models will be modish, according lo the occasions for wbieh they are selected and that the hat which Is so extreme and so conspicuous that you see only the hat cli.Tiining In an afterniini; 1st Avenue South ii SPECIAL LINES FOR 1911-- Diitrict Agents for �Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co. of Canada Automobile Tyres and Accessories Suction, Steam, Oil, Air and Garden Hose, Packings, etc. Large stock of the above always on hand Phone 712 was ,is-isied ,ibout lite roi.iiis h\ Mrs K ,1 llil!. v.lio looked \ei\- loM'h in a iiiiidish ti'Wii of naviL hlue s.it'.ii ,ir-listie.illv hraided in the s.iine sluHle. Till- cow II was relieved with eerii hiep iliidei sleei es and yoke With the cow II .1 siiKirt black hal adui ,,ed w ith iicli cream laee and black pluiues was uoin Miss l),ivies, ;\rrs. i^ner^' Iimusc guest irnni liaymoiid, ;;lso .iss.sied in enlerlalMii-i; the guests ,s;he dunned for the I't'cislnn a beenmii;;; riii,eeis gown of heliotrope ijrnadi'l"; In the tea room Mis H Hill and Mrs .1 S, Stewart presided at Ihe railiantly pretlv tea l,ihle A lieav\ rope uf siiiil.i.\" \\,is suspended from the electrolier irver Ihe l.ihli' and half way down bi.inelied out into four garlands and tell to tlie Corners of Hie botird An in,iuense uhite Slim bnw marked 'he dix'sinn of the mpe i.f v''cenerv \ t.ill eui glass vase tilled willi l.iii'e l'!tieh,iii(-rcss and I'erfeetiiui earn,; i leiis res'iiig on a bed of smilax fonm d :!ie enilrc ad.irninenl The codec ntt: .ttirl 'lea eqiiippiige was presiderl i.\er h\ Mis F. B Mill, who was e\e'eilin!.;l\ I! of 1 fo'li.ird e The designed Siilill !: pit lure beam ;ful the benefit of his health, ill the formatimi of school districts, of death was tuberculosis. Bill iJoondalo is the only one yet, iind Hoondalo was lucky, or rather unlucky. IltuI the dcparimeiit known if tlic Kipp, they too would nave been made to eonfonn to ihe .general orders i.sFii-cil. Whai a stiiiiihiiiie, lilock the Ki|.ip �'B anyway. The I'.raalcy-Gerkies and Ihe six-ten projile fiejvot it and "hereby fell hy Ihe wayside. The fivo-ren (liftriei was foreed to il by the depaii-iiicnl, only to be turned down by Ihe vueis. .\e\i'r mind, wc c iiiiuii. all have a seliool ,i! our own doors, if oiilv w � eaii eom;iroliend the plans of Cie (|e ,!i-;Tiieiil. we Will lu our iieenln edmit that we have :i li I'uii tneiil of ed-teatioii \.iiK(i by wise and iiupar- London, March fi.-The weekly JQUp|| nal publishes what it represents -is , " a soliilum of the mystery of the appeartince ot the lion. P. S. CleJl'-menls, brother of Lord Leitrim, whp^ lia.s been missing since May ,l9'(>'7'f|' Clements worked Jils passage to 'j^^ . � , Cnited ,'-;tatrs as a stoker  on tjie^ r.ii'iiji .Mens has been ciiiile ill sleaiiicr .St. Louis. It is believed^ I'l'' .....^-l"' is one of the ),p ^vas identilied with an wi-./.t ke.iiv.ii n'tri who was buried ii/a paijp|l pel's grave at Uonchurcli, Isle '.!O0i WivhI. in September, 1007. The bpid||l \s� found in a wood. The il!^>ntli]^ Cation was liic result of the publica|5 Hon in the Police Chr/.ctte of Febrik,' arv third oi a porlrait of Mi:. Cl^-'" iiieiits, wliieli the Bonchurch poliiM'.| later recogni/.ed as''that ot tlic \iri~"i', known man buried there. II is underl' " ' stood thai Lord Leitnm is ' stiiliS iloiililiiil ."s t'l the completeness of the identification. calire in Al 'ii.ii i U,i! , Gr.i v.i'h .'�I iiinali' o;;.'- v.lio al her age roeo'.er 'I'iie II .11. C. li. .^iil,llell ha� t.indl,'.' oi.eeeiiie.l ;ii lo"k into the ruicti'ion i:' 'inju'; ;i hr ilgi' placed oier the ce.-' Ill I'.i !\ii'|> al al)-'Hi  h" 'iiic be; 'ei r 11.!i.' and leii,. ''his. fi I'u � So closely on his cTorls to ha', e le-p; "Viniei,; i made on the '\Ynrner ir.ii; �'h'Ws a i.eeii ir,ii|-esi in the wrpare  if lUc liriiiie.s;et, lejWo onl'. l;o 'c I hill he in:'v Ion; 'Miiiinne hidpinii u-. Tlie .I'les'i-iii I " l.ois"s for ihe spiiu't wen, v.ili 'It.' a 11' I a Mue. The !,r -e.d ib.ii tile 'IIo\ved to run the I- a*"' .i:o,id sha: e and a 111 i li' : 'u w ill iiei'. c "od. m.iny oi h'.rsrs thai are not I 10 veil ' ''!: il and � I'l � -'hlnii. ill had sha e. and a cut �} rable II iiiiiier have eiivad W'.iller hist a v.,l:;ahb :io ni' \>. Dv � Us 111' and for.nel the girl Is a thing of the past. 1 wns 'Iruck with one of tlie new 'icroplaee shapes pariicularly shown at tiic Mh-^ses McLeay's. It war. ric veloped of the new raffia straw iu 'the sea.ions latest shade, the coron-i-|tion blue and sea green. A vide band 'of coronation blue s.ftin bound Ihe h^' and was laid smoothly on the bvjm near the crown. Two upslnndinu I wings of blue were oddly placed, one I at the back and the other at the I front of the crown. I A ehiirming large hat of blank mo-I hair was much admired. The arr uige- mont of paddy green s.atin ribbon in flat bows at the back being caught or. the top of the crown and the wide -� -  -------____________polienne witli .satii: ENGLISH FOOTBALL ' Londiiii. .March 6.-League gamesij pla; (-.'d tod'.\ resulted as follows: .:j|: Firpi dCision: Oldham Athletic 3^1 iirrt. Mr. Lee Woolwich Arsenal 0. ;;|| �xi.. on Ills last Second division: Chelsea 2; Glossopf nil. lo B"w Is!,mil, it .-iiMpI;, died in^O, t!ie harness. black satin straw ornamentation across Iho front was exceptlom^liy fascinating A drooping brimmed leghorn shown would serve so well for mcnted with large white plumes an afternoon hat to be worn with worn. Miss Agne.s OHagaii ,t1so as-light frocks. This chapeuu-was truly sisied In the tea room ; she wore a delf bine and old gold s;.,, biaided in |,lue silk sou' n yoke and part t,lee\es veri' of white snutache ,iiiil v. Iiil I ler ha ( u .is ,i !,i r.-e h; c shape adiiriieil wnh tu, while plumes Mrs S''-y.:'>'\ cut lit leev v.c,trjiin a lovrh- little itoun ot li'.;'iied aimMli-yst and while sili-. with baint.ii'.'s nf violet tulle and pmut '.icc Irii;-raiiigs, and larj.e hat oi black l.iee ariornpil wil-1: tii\ piiili rose buds ai.d llal palest blue saliti h.iws Mrs \V -I Nelson iiassed the te:i hour liaintios and Inidied d'H'elcdU well ill a graceful piiwn of iiiauvc h,, �dings in ,-i trific riar!-:er tone With this a becoming white panne M-!ve* hat ^rna- as L.'oks as if Ihe lioine--te:iders from aeioss Iho liiii V, ni all he Caniidianlzed .Al least 111.', seem In v.ener-illy i RESIGNS JOB AS SUPT. Winnipei-., .March t>.-D. T. .Murphy, ;ileaseil wiiii the ircaltnent accorded I '� -PI I lie (h: ar: i : r in i !i. i 'i-s! iun e i:''lif;e and ui-.ide il iin a little on ;i;e,,- pe-ky lia!:ota winds. 'ir- Frank O'.Xeill has been visit-iii:: in iui'it'ita. A lele.uram called .Mr., !)^('iii I" her lifdside. from which it i was iliuu.^ln she could not arise Wc all ho:'i that flir. may a.5ain retirn to lie:- former henlili. Mr. Snowdon has been suffering f-rj some iirae with a severe ati.Tk of: acute rheumatism It i.-, most sinc'-ro-! ly 10 be lioped ih;-.t he will eom re-! CO er from ibis most paiaful and ted-j .lous tJ-ouW�. . . Sapt. of 1-ort Frances to Miginia, Mln;g ui'.isioii of liie Canadian .N'orthern Ry.,^ �"' " i"inil.^ra- resigULd to enter lhai company's'' see," -run, the land tieparlmeul. The flavor, fragrance and deli-ciousness of TEA m&ke it the favorite of all.' lovers.of goodtea.^. Scaled le^dpscluBca oals'. Vlf. ;