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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta EDITED BY PHONE O Office - - - 1224 Residence -  620 Kiang," wliich .hi- illustratcci bv lanlprii viev/s. A -Kilvfr rul'ccl Icin will til' liilicii IhJK ij)crtliii; The Ucsiri Kinvoitli /,(.,ii;iic nil! imltl, iliou''^nmial ii.....Iiiil. in the jrc- iiiitf' rnoiJi' 111' llii' chutr'li iiiii., even-I iiui ' OMircis ]itv \):r I'll shiiii!, \(;ar, will ill' elcclfd l';ver\ mcn.i.ir of llii'l Icili^ilr is \\fu.ci\ to aliciirt iln- iiic'"!.-| , I---- '3 To Find Out Who Is To Blame fOonlihiioci ffoih (icint piV'c). r�i 'ni.-d. Iv.ik ijio ' Ml am! ^lr^ 'II. lllihgu.'nli oiii'V JDoi.ii on I li'i.li ��� I'll- :;ues! /loiiii.in. .1 Mr I'et M 111 Salii: .iii'i , i Mi: a ml V^'ijnirll 1 Oil. \!av illih, - I' .if ( wht'ii I v.ati haniinj; rie 'liai siiiki-. ( Huw iiiPn atid v.onK.n Jllleil up on toji of one nnoihcr. rune �tt.'ie ijiiKp stjil; othrr-3 were trail-fj.-all> waving their arm:; and i^l o:ii Inp. I Haw a girl wirilns u man's (;im' ivi'ii lu'i ir.ind) those presrli! as l'ii;hl!iil' sove'cinii ol lliei- lealm^. the turn' ol liie (,i1c('ii-I'oll.sorl eomivs She is ^ led In the .\relihishop of ^ ork to ai sl ...! placed lielv.eeii Ih" all.u' and tie liibtonc rh.iii ol .Sl I'd'\.11(1, in ulm.-n ll>e Kii.ji is llien scaliil in .ill t,!ie filers of los iiiaMsl-. While seal ell on this stool, l^iieeii .M.iii. will he ai.ii!i;ie{i i;;)iiii the head and h.iiids bv .\ iilihishop l.ani;, who v. ill siihsr-qiKTillv place the ruip; of peare upon I'l'r li)ij!;er ami the erown iipuii inr he.id She will iievl have a see'ii re [iLie-ed ill either hand, that heaniii', t h.e Dole lieiiiU ill lier left liaml. and will he ii--rie-,i(kMi( WmiUl Awnit Experts' Opinion Bi'i'm-e 31akinj; Cluiii^'^eK in Schedule. 1 .Gc^ntl^man who Died here Once Well Known in Ontario PERFECTION COCOA Cowan's seems to hit the right spot. It is a great food for husky jroung: athletes : satJifiesthe appetite: easy to digest: aaddelicious Till' laitiT .Voiis ('lull will eiijuv llie last hidi of their winter series lo-moiiow eNeiiiiii;: in llie t'oiiserva 1 orv .Audilounm. 'riie jduh jncmhers have eiijoved several jolly dances dining 'he se.-iHori and are ant icipami;i; a larse assnmblv after Kaster. pan. in ihe ceremony will then eon., dial C^ueen ^'jiy to Hie altar, where fihe iiiaKes an ublation of bread, wine, and a piiLse of tiold. While i( i.s true that (.luceii Marv is eieiv inch a Urilisher, and desires TlK; sad death of -Mr. .1 I', s-.ewart ocfurred .vesterdn.v ai ihe home of .Mark Belirds, Ai'hne a.l sue. i. .Mr, ritowari, was 7) .veai.s o; a. e and his dealli w'^na the resub of illness thai lasted a raoclb. .'dr. Stewart, war, at oii" liine a ler.v prominent man on in m iii.,:-.o(iirin;' and commercial circles in Oinaiio. lie was for a ton,!; time ert--i leni of ihe .laniea Stewart Maiiulaei\irinn I'o. of takinyr,i,s the 'ti.> i-stahiislimeiii. ot a perinaneiil tar- drmocra'lo house and the iicurly dem-:ilV 'noard. ocrut.ic f-enwlo ot the b!.\Vy scsvo-id ton- ! The la-esident is convinced that the'K'"'-'^'* ''"'i' ^'"'''^ * Prourani 'country df..ires a further revision of: of scienUiic raAision of the tariff. He several .sclipdale? of the Aldrlch act. '^OP''^ ''"^t- '^^'^'j'^O'' >'cai- will marX lie feels that the woolen schedileBreat progrefits in that direction. i is parlicniarly indeff.ji.-ilble, it is said.! Wants it Taken Out of Politic* and he is an.vion.s thai it shall be re-' He is particilarly an-rious, however, v.'.'sed at an earl.i d/ile. He la e.-.'ially "'^t I'e'lfion .^hall be made In ac-convinc^'d, howe.er, iluit the country co dance v it'i hi.- estab'.ished pciir.y : de-ires revisions of the tariiT ahnll i-.- ''' lil'Hn/. 'he tariff far as i)..)..;..i�)]'.> 'made In the li;ht of sciontlfi.- infor- ot the realm of politics an.d plao-niaiion which iv is the dutv of tlie tar- '"K '>- done in Gorn:iany, upon a iff hoard to colle iff board is not readv with Its infor- 08 TOO DIE cawArs COCiif tariff revis-ion fskul nex't'JDe- "KJ lai iron doors leading t,., ihe elevator' , v with her dau^r|le �el .-,'lairs werf locked. In fact there (,,;.,,,.,.,,,, b elr>iuied III' \ iciiius iivit-i r.ioue in larnish-I 1'0,'inis ..jr little dal.' may have no .fri.'nds and few ac.iiiaiiiiances. Man-a-ers ol ihe Trian.iiie Wai-i' Co.. wliieli ci.'iipieil burned floors, deny today thai �'i '^Ml? onlv one Fire i'scajie in the >)uilil-jii.!.' This v.dll come in for carffful in-AI ,-iij;iiiioii to ik'ieniiiiie what eii.i ol'icjal is i 1 .hiaine. I'rojjrcis has. been made h>- piihlie ;iiid eivis.s .�>; life in olliee luiildi'i.iii^ and tjii; r^ore^ is llkid,> :n 'oire nn ui Xew. \'irk :iuy i.toitH'U' herifiise of !.;( k of Mr and .Mrs 'I' K lev. dais lieiore con-tiiiuiiiL' her lionicttaid journey. ;tliat, as far as possible, everythinc; ''0""'-'O"s and poli.?he:l manner, a true I I eoniiecied with her coronation allire shall be done of home inaniifacture iind u orkinanship, it is (|uite certain tlial a lot of the stufl' written about all iiritisli Mils, llial, and the other is liction. When it comes lo ilrrss ii.'.itertal ami workm;uiship, im woman caies a snap wheic the material ,raation. The pre.sidcnt has directed '''"'^''�r remains lo be Eeen. A niim. 'the temporary tariff board to make a of l^'T^erB' hTtre olread? lnrt!'-atsd j report on ibe woolen schedule by December 1, next. Wishes of the President is also Kiir a com :\lrs ( 'reek. D McKerrii liei . of I'ineher iviio iia.s been visit inR in tlic r. Mrs W. .V iwcks, teltirii-ed iii Ih.m' home on S;iturdav ai'ter-huoii. accomi'.iaieil bv Ml-. l.'arl-,Mri;j;lit, who will vi^u uuh her iiar-ents for some time. I lieards of this riiy vivBd by a son. N. 1,. S-ewart miss'oii mercbani of Toronto. The funeral wll t::k,- place t.o-Tior row from tlie rpE!dei,re of .\]r. Mi'k Heai-ds. I'lh street s-euh, and will be eoines from, or where it is made u]), ;eondiieted by the .Masonic iod--=s of so loiifc as she .irets wiial she wants the city J.iev. A. M, ilordon will lie As a matter of fact, with most Kng-^tJie minister in cliar.Ke lisli suclelv ladies.' Paris or Vienna -- are much iinire poijUlar itlaces than London, and it can lie taken for granted thai. in spite of Queen .Miii'i'.i example and the much advertised .Ml-Hritidi slioppini; week, a ureal iiiiiiiher of the dresses and that at least two or three .schedules, ;0f the Aldrich law v.'lU be actod on-j prior to the adjournment of the extra . ! session, scion of the old school, lie leaves to' '^'^^^'^ present wlehes were' Prorddent Taft has stated that he 7uourn him bis wife, who live..-: wit), met. the exti-a ses?:-in would devote believed It would be illogiical, unwise, his married daiifiliter, Mrs. .Mark ik SUPREii Ottawa. March 27.-In the siipmn*: Itself to reciprocity first, the perman-'and injurious to the bnsin��s-'liUereRtB court yesterday the case of the SUh katclicwan \ alley and Manitoba Landt t'o vs. Willoughby was called. J. Si 5 Kwnrt, K.C., for the appeU�nt8,'iiiki �ji.'elcs its work on Dec. ]. j ern Pacific railway and pegged tbroiig-h c'l for a postponement pentling tho In addition to the iiresident's In- here at 6.20 o'clock. The train Is due tion by the appellants to have \k� 8truction,3 that the woolen schedule in Washington at S.53 tomorrow morn- judgment vacated for fraud: Wat- ent tariff board second, and then a If a general tariff revision should be speedy ad|.ournment and a postpone- taken Immediatolv. mem oi the revision of the te:,tJle| The preslijont'ijnd .Mn. Taft left schedules until the tariff board com-' Aupusta at 3.05 �p.m. over the Sottth- sball be ready ai that time, the appro- Ing. Y. M. C, A. NOTES There were twenn-eigiu at the strangers fello.wshii. tea yesterday allernpon. It is hoped that all members will; . attend the classes mure regularly, in Mrs Mohiirt N'iveii. sr , Miss \ V \i\i-ii. .ind .Mi .\ N'licn !cfl this aftenioon ffu i',ilj;ai\ to attend the widdiiiir of Ml ,\iidrew Niven. form-eil> of llirs cilv, lull now ot ( alsan . and Miss l.illui" Maud Hohertsoii. iiliicli nil! be eeleio .It ell Weiii!rT.da\ i;" teriiiM-'; .i' 1 o'ebiek .i! 'li*- lioir.e of the iiiides p.trents Bill iiai'ils. � 3,'T. P. HOTELS IN THE �> W'illllipeg. . ;io-,'!i il  anii.iinecd le- ilu' flriMol TiuniN l-'ntllie ilii'.t ilie\ will eiiiiil lifgb I lass boie:.--. ai He-vi.ia i;:..l lalnioni.ir. lor ijie I "n , � ii'.'i-( f e-i I iiMJr pass-ai �-a r,- The Tennis Club held iheir annual n,ee'''ii.', .S.iPitd.ii .fleiiioon n; the ll.iiik, ol Moiii re..l eliaiiil.ei s. omcers ii,r t^'f elisiiiim .--easoii v , re elected as follows ; lloii'iian ['r^siileii I -.Slip; .1 f) \\ 11II: ll'ioj'.in \iee I're'-ident - [nspecli.r West I'les 'leal -Mr .1 II. Hit;inbi)tiiani er iicie.ssones will come irom the contiiieiit t'onlraiy to what lui.s so often been said, vuecn .\lexaiidra does not pro-nose to he present at the e"ioi;;v-iion. iuiil lie-.er liad the least inten- ion if done.; so Her plans are lerv M.sii I ied, .ilihoinh slie will. of eour.se, altetiii ihe memorial ' service lor the late Kmc; Ivdivard at Windsor on the iiiiniversary of his death, leii al the present iromeiil does not. et.iiieiiiijhile lieinp present at the un-leiiiiiii; of the .National Memorial to the l.ile (^leen \'ic(oria ouLsirie Buck li.^liam ra'aee nn May 16t!i .She is lelr.Miiu. coiisideraiily by her stay al .Sandi imrliain. and she has not le! decided ;.-'W much lonijer she will remain there Her life for the future Will be an e\-treniely i^uiet one, and lull he passed mainly at .Saiidrinp-liiiiii. with occasiouai brief visits in Malihoiouuh House. ' Sl Auaiustin's \iiMfmr> meets i .11 :il) o'tlocl. ill (liurcl, inior row Women's afternoon order to be in first class shape for the exhibition lo he given Aiiril 14. | The Harriers' running suits havei arrived a.nd moBl of the mem'uers have; proiidod tJiemselves v.i:li one. The .lersey Is white wiUi a >.-.reen wing and '�id fciot on the hnsi, uh.te jniils with �reen stripes .down thy sides and ai-inind (he knf^p. .-Vll those who have uoi i)rovided themselves with suits should do so ai once. 'I'onighl bowlin>.' I.eamn one and five play, captains K. li. lioss and C. G iJunninK. tjisten all good peojde; look whai's coming. The Dooi- .Mais are going to 2ive anotlier social \A'ednesday e\en-' ing- at tJigbt o'clock. There will be a basketball game and a short program  and the cniire building will lie open for all who aiieiid. .Ml mein-iers and their lad; friends and all other self-respeciint; liiiens are invited, So if yo'i. want to liaie a good time Just climb iiv,,i your glad rags, gei your best nn(\ onlv and make tracks for the NEW ROSEBERY ROMANCE TALK OF THE CAPITALS I'arish 1,'all. \ .--piei.il ineetiii-; oi ,S| Monica's eild Will be held ill the vest rv oi \ugiist ill's iluirch tomorrow ai-riioi-ii .11 ;-f o clock Edinburgh, March 18.-Rumor has It | of "Madame Sans Gene." Later as that Lord Roseherv w'.i"'''>"""e''on''P sued Coy, Bate and Milt soon, she would creaie a inecedent by: into love, and tveniu.'lly in spite of [ chison, and the final purchaser otkiin-^ being the first French actress to be . the grest opt^nltion which he encount-1 ing either the land or dlReiWBce' be* V. .M. C. A. at eight o'clock Weduesd.iy ; prpsent as a tieeress at an Bhiglish , ered at first from her family, he mar-j tween $.S5 and S125 per acre. At thn evenlug. 'King's coronaiion. j rieri her. .She brought with her not I (rial judgment was given against all There will be a meeting of the idiy- Mdlle. Sorel is .i remarkahlv beautl-. only an normmis foriune and tbo|ti,e defendants except tlie purchaser. ' cd lliat after the judgment appealed: ' against had been rendered it wan m�-' covered that a member of the flrm o! solicitors representing tho iippeliiuita was a party of the plaintiff, Willough by. The application was made to the supreme court of Saskatchewan tr� i have the judgment vacated but th��;^ court held it was functus officio and action was the only remedy. Strat*. ^ ton for the respondent, opposed thn ; application, but it was granted and the case was placed at the foot ol; the whole li.st for the May session. ; ('oy vs. Pommaronke was next tak-en up. Respondent Pommaronke i owned land in Saskatchewan and. Ilate, one of the deferidants and � ; real estate ascnt, obtained from him authority to sell on con?mission. Thii ' land was sold to Coy for $35 per' acre, Bate representing the o^vncr that no higher price could then ha obtained. Bate on the day the pur- : chase was completed, bought a half ; intere.'it in the land from, Coy, half of which he sold to one Murchison, a ; bank manager, who helped him to pay. ; for it. Some three, months later the J land was sold for $12.'! per acre and ;: I � \ V 1-chiireh will hold loi i tins (-Veiling (,"LE.\in\-. Deiober opened St-: .'-l-S. closed SV, Cash wheat 1 .N'oitliern s:i .''.--1;' Noiiiieni !tiiiinsier (luild of Knox i-l.ireli neels this eiening in tlie lec-i lie i loip of the church ".'service" will he ihe subiecl under di.scussion. .Shorl arldres.ses will be given hi' Mr. .Maci.:eii,'ie. Mr Kilpatrick and Kev \ M floidon, . �  Thui-=.day evening the W-onTan's Mts-sionan- Society of Westminster church will hold an open meeting in ll:e eliMiel, ami every one is cordialH' ill-, ilid ii. .11 lend Hel \ \ l.\ tie ';.is pi.-p.iieil a Illll^l llilelesliug lec- Birt'enhead Cti ttle Market Liver; o(M ti,ip,;.- ih.-.i II:-^-e ives a (lecid d rd-..,^i-'e of one-!.a:.' eeie \vr round un re.-il!v choice ei-n'e ia liii lipniiead, and iirl^er- wen l-.r .-^i.i!"? .-ac.o's ;ii-.-iii I : 1-' fo I". '� : c'-!:--. j:':d Canadians from 1 ' 'o 1;! 14 leiiis pi i pound. .-^I'.eep trail-' was slow and j'he loii-- iveak Weii-.ers n.akiio.' 'i, 11-J i-ents. .1 i-.iriinns ! i""iis and laie^-s 17 eeiiis per nound foi- iincllp; eu sheep. 1 Tlip only other pori of the servl' 1 shall noi p; each in this pulpii again." j ,.,.,)(.,, |.p (.-r ied out a week nvo w. In ihese words l-lev. L, .-V, ;M.Ii;lyie, ' lecior ot Si, /Mdan s 1".' ;--eopal CliJieh. ,ide a I-mporaiy larev.ell to bis peo-:�- The siarilius i! lirailoii v,,is a', df a eek t-" -,-, ii,r. 1 he leelor 1 �| l-e 1-1'.- ri of 1 .j : s ' , ii al. l-'jri.,::i.n-u-s i^ai Led ii|,ii^.i! ill laeir pews and ciarod a! out s '!i"i:e.li iniv illjng to lielieve laiii- �1,1.ly ev-n'tii; Ve,t-0 lie.' I e" I lied. ]uei:i-'-'-r's iii.rds ihe rc'riipg of R hMun. iviiirh lie sa'd v?", the onlv n'l i,6n.go lie had for his pr-'ple that night. Hi" F'l-vll-'^ �� ewterday were taico" by :.. snt.ji!!:!>� Ol Sl. rl. S i.. them e-/er raulmp; or l--vcon:e wobbly. QiiaJ-i'.y is . s.icunc'.-d to mai-e "Ideat" Msial liciia ..-neap. t^av '-.pll f,-ir a little less-vi.-ry little--,-i.;i -r-r' nrr nobedabettar i-ieos lit any jirire, and it ia lor people who want lattinjf finality that .'.ivUl Bedb are made. I.ft lis 'ell veil the name of the local dealer where you can rrv the "Menl" line. V.'e v.;;: al-o s.-nd vou an interesting booiclet, 'The Philosophy ot Sleep." Ask for Booklet No. 140 � MONTItlSAt-TOIMHTS sr-ime rreVi than "Idcj!' "Idcil ^v** IDEAL BEDDING Mad*i>Mdifi�Mi*irl� ;