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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta fMlnesrtsi.v. Mnrvh 2f>, 1011. THE LF/riTBRIT)GE DAILY HERALD Sale of New Spring Suits Thursday, Friday and Saturday '^^�^^^'^�'^^^�'�'^^^�^^^>^-*^^'^^''^^ ^->^.-WV^i^>^^-^>^>^^^\^^*^^%^N^^>^^^ WN�^^>~~~^^/S~>~^^-� A Three-Day Sale of the Latest Modes in the new 1911 Spring Suits for Women $17 A proniliiPiit Kiiatorn Manurafhirpr lind tlipse suits niiido lip illiiHtialiiiK the Intesl (jt New York's modes, iiiul spiit them on to ug us "siimple units." Made in the new fine wool siMscs, fiini:v niixlun'B, etc.. mid neiilly trim-nied witli silk hraid, moire silk, etc. Niitty short foats anil prettily tailored sUii-ts. X'nlues at .'i;2i), $22.."pO and $2.j. A sploiidM Three-Day Opportunity to hiiy and save dollars. Siieuial at $17. $17 A Skirt Sale Chances to liny skirts at exactly half'do not come every day. These are made of ser.tfps, Panamas, voiles, etc., in ihe liest colors, as black, iia\y, hrowii, etc. Any of our fine slock of new skirts up to $10. Three-Day Sale, at onlv- S5 A \\'aist Sale Thi- niiislin waist season is here, and women will appreciate this fioldcn oppoiinnity to hiiy at less than rej^iilar., A special ))urchaso of pretty emhroidered waists in both short and Iohk sleexes. All new styles and worth regular uii to $2,511. Spe- Ciil I SI.25 Kid (i!�>\e Sale Thursday, Saturday buy any Kuaranteed Friday and shoiipers can of our beat kid gloves 95c in the new t:ins and black up to $l..'>n, for only New B. & I. and C. C. A La (Irace models of Xe>v f'i' ''"'�st'ls. Four styles to 4 |*C V choose from and made I aVO of best material in new long hip style. $2 values Cash Store A. Macdonald & Co. Quality Store MM EDITED BY "UNO" PHONES Office -   1224 Residence   ttO MRS. MUMMER PAYS BIG HNE Miss Weir is spcndiiip the week in Lctiitiringc-Calfiary Alberta,    Miss .1. Rour(|Uc, of Morcton, \,H., is Ihe Riicst of Mr iiiiil .Mrs (!. |,c Hlaiic, (oiirlland st,rccl.    First lesson in phvsical culture for yoHnjj; women and matnuis will lie hell! in the Y.M.C A. ten nrrow c\en-iiig at 7.4i) o'clock uiulcr the i'ircc- To wliom it may concern Tills is lo ceriilv ihal we lost our BlalliDti Fashion I'lale, Insured with tlK riioush lOnipive Insurance f'om-riu'. l.ld., snc;-espor,s lo tue Briiisli American Live S;nck Association, Ltd, of VaiK-eiiver, H. fur :JlliOi), and have dav received, ilirnugh L.ilhioiJ-Se-yerl^ou Insurance Ageiicy, their local' roJpi esenta'fiyetg .!^t| Ldtli-bridse, t.Uolr cliViUip the mil' amount. Dated ai Haymoiid, Alta., tliis 22nd day ot .\larc!i, lilll. Knight Sii-.Jiir Co.j ,Lid., per Hiiymond Knight. BlllLDi\'0 PERMITS - ^f. H. Laverick Ihis morning tc ok Out permits for tliree dwcllin';s, on Si.vtcenili Vorih. Two of H'cin are collages at .�i'.iiO each and liie other is a d'vc''ing at Si:{.'iO. Ten Million Dollars Damage Done to the N. Y. State Capitol �>' front page). ALL READY FOR STREET DELIVERY There Are to be Five Routes-Boundaries are Fixed-Start Monday THERE OUGHT TO BE A VICTOR GRAM-O-PHONE (N EVERY FARfVlHOUSE. Wlien you are tired out froiTi your day's work, you need music and fun lo refresh jou and drive away your cares. Nothing like a Gram-O-phone to do thai-to make you feel life is really worth the living. The next time you arc passing come in and he:ir this wonderful musical iustriimenl Gramophones IIA to $,'Ji'0.00 Easy Payments MASON & RISCH PIANO Co. New Dominion Block Phone 79L Lethbrldae.  ' FIRE BREAKS'OUT AGAIN At 4.45 o'clock the flames had swept across the entire west section of the ; buildinq and were burstinc; into the senate finance committee room and , adj-bining office'of the temporary pre- ""^ ''een a busy week at the sident of the senate. . At that hour the : post office and everything is now fire threatened to reach the senate ' r,.. .i,  cliamber. The flames lighted -up the i " '^''"'"^ ""^ tnaiiguration of whole senate and had it not been for j t^he new street mail delivery system the f.^ct that the wind was blowing ' The mull man in his natty blue iini in the opposite direction, would have; form will be making his rounds for threatened the new state education hp nrsi time on Mondav and Leth- building, across Washington avenue to hri/iov, ,.-m . i -  i "ridge will have taken one more step the north, which Is being erected at a cost of 84,000,000. At seven o'clock first assistant chief Shnttuck, announced that the fire was under control. Half an hour later the toward the up-to-date metropolis she Is de.stined !o be. The old Singer Sewing Machine stand in the Postoffice Block his flames broke out afresh in the ceiling ' been called into comif^ssion for the of the assembly chamber. The fire-: required change and will be used'as men fought the blaze from a garret carriers' despatching room. It is above, but it proved so stubborn that they had areat difficulty in finally ""^^ er,uipped with the necessary ap-controlling it, though the fire had been Pliimces reriiiired by the carriers in pronounced under control. Inside the ! sorli'ig their mail before making their capitol on the upper floors of the west ' rounds. The old. parlition has also wing was still a seething mass of j been remodelled and many improve-flames and sent billows of smoke.,up,,s added which will facilitate the spouting skyward and showered sur-,^^,.,,, ,f received from round nq sect ons with small partic-' , , ,,, ,, ales cf charred paper. Starting afresh:^".;' "'^ n^^^' s.vstem it in the north west angle the fire got: "'"I b'' Possible lor more men to work away from the firemen shortly beforij:'" better advanlage and Mr. Higlii-ten o'clock. After several firemen had : hni liani states that mail will now be been knocked unconscious by falling'sorled in half the time formerly re-debris, they were cautious about pene- qnji-pf] trating beneath shattered arches in the west wing. SHELDON FEARS away unless lock i/f= Regarding the street delivery system lie said that it will take some little time to get it in smooth running MOB VIOLENCE i"'"''"''- '^^^ people of the city can Pittsburg, March :i!i.-M-harles r).!"^^''' .'^''''"'i.^ il' lli I'oiiyheare galliered tiigetlici ,1 sci.rc 111 young folks last evening In ,;ssist Miss Klaine In celebrating lici birthday annivcrsarv The host and hostess of "River\ievv" and their daugliters certainly understand the art of entertaining, and last evening's gathering together of congenial guests in a friendly oontest of five hundred proved especially delightful, 1'iie dra�iiig room presented a most inviting appearance with its glowing grate fire and a profusion of KiUar-iiey and Richmond roses and clusters of large pink and white carnations A delectable buffet supper was served in the course of the evening. The guests included Me.sdanies Clarkt and Searle, Misses McHclh, Downer, Freeman, Rome (Victoria) and .Mcl,ach-lan Messrs, Kelly, Fisher, Laurie, T W Robertson, Pierce. .Martlndale. Harris, Brooks, Power and Christie, m f V I Westminster I';pwortli League held I a Hible coiilesl at their meeting last I evening, which was conducted liy Mrs JL\tlc and lead by .Miss Butler and '! Miss Killam, i * *  j Mrs, T. P. Perry gave the first j chain tea at Wesley parsonage yesterday afternoon. The guests brought ! their sewing and speiit a pleasant and |)rn|i(able afternoon with their hostess The Missionary Auxiliary of tlie church will hold a chain of teas dur-, iiig the sfiring, a(id Ihcy hope in this j wa> to reap a lar'.;c sum for tluur ; luissioii work. The next tea will be : given by Mrs (). .1 fmirtiee otj Fri-: da\ afternoon, and next week three I or four similar affairs have been planned. Kacli hostess is limited to ten guests.    Tiunorrow al-ternoon from three-thirty to live-thirty o'clock the Ladies' .\iil Society of Wesley church will hold tlieir Tableau Tea for which elaborate prcfiarations have been made, 'I'he tableau, which have been arranged by Miss .lones, will illustrate the I various stages of life and will be ; taken part in hv several little folks I as well as '-'grown-ups." Mrs. Liv-I ingsloiie will lie in charge of the re-! freshmenl committee. I A do/.en members of .St. Patrick's i Altar .Society met with .Mrs. V. � (iailivan yesterday afterrioon and dis-ciis.sed plans for their next card social whicli will be held in the Knights ! of Pytliias Hall some evening dtiting ! tlie .second week after F.astcr. .�\t the I close of the meeting the members 'i spent a pleasant half hour chatting I over the tea cups. Pleads Guilty to Charge-Evidence all Taken in Miller Case Marie .Mummer, charged with selling liciuor without a llconsc, wh t.-te case was remanded from last Wfd-nesday, appeared In police court tfclE morning. Kvidently the week's m'idl-lation changed her mind and she pleaded guilty without any prolimin-arles and paid in $1(1(1.05 to tho public^ treasury. Four hundred cold simol-eons looks like pretty good pickings from tlie offenders of the liquor license act during one fortnight and should throw a large sty.ed scare into others who have been deviating from virtue's path by such infringements of the law. For the past two nights the police have had an easy time of it. not a single offender being taken in. Ttiis! has given the chief a spare momeitl-10 consider his hold-overs and .'ight good advantage he has taken of the time. The docket was wiped practically clean this morning when the -Miller disorderly house case neared Its final stages. I E"irience All In | All the evidence for both sides Is', now in but the court reserved decision till Saturday morning. Tho .Miller case has been one of the most Important eases from the police I point of view that has come up in the local court for some moons i id the chief of the department has >c6n working too'.b and nail to o.btain a conviction. COWATTS PERFECnOir COCOA "Great for Breakfast" 4) A day started on Gowah's Cocoa ig a day with a clear head and a steady nenra. a day full of snap and life. Cocoa noorishea the body. It is rich in food Talne aiid easy to disest DO YOU use COWAN'S OOCOA7 Conspiracy To Remove Borden (Continued from front pmga). icy, Mr Borden had decided to placi in the hands of his party his reslgnar; tion of the leadership. This reportl iJisorderly house cases seemed to l)e somewhat generally ao-have always been the bane of his life cepteri as well founded and none gav� on account of the seeming linpbssibll-; i(, tnore ready credence than Liberals Ify to secure a conviction on such cJis-^ gathered in room sixteen. An old-es, and the chief wishes to set a pre- ij,,p parlianTentarian of the House, a cedent in this particular cate to fa-^ (on.scrvative, who was asked Ilia eilitate his work in the future. Whore-; situation, expressed fore his special work in this case. He! j.^^..^,,- j, j.^, following efTect : "Dis- has planned out the ease from the' satisfaction with leadership is uotli- verv first with the greatest care and, . j . , ,, . 1 . J ing new in our political experience, secured his evidence step by step end ' ' ^ .coi j in addressing the court this morning' Wnc"^ changes- between 1878 and showed legal abilities of which many. ISflB. .MacKcnzie succeeded by Blake, a liiw.ver might be proud. I Fashion Notes Prom Paris Shops 1 The short cape vies with the scarf,  � I � ^ I'^or afterooon costun'cs the large hat is in order. I  I Toc|ues niade entirely of flowerS 'vill be much uoni, I . . I  Pans> bl.ioms form the design of one of the newest veils. j Exquisite arc the bags and retleiilps of heavy ^�ene1ian lace.  � Beaded waisliiics promise great sue � cess for the cniiiing season. They were novelties last summer. � ^ Particularly reliiied and desirable is a liag ni black nioirc lined with white leal her, I The sasli will be one of the features :lliis spring .Some arc placed high at I Ihe 1)11 ck, � ' .Vcw mohairs, soft as silk, are ex-Ircineh attractiM', with a wide satin stripe of the same  * The new polo cimIs are nade uilh |a sluiwl collar and a belt which goes I onlv across the liack V'hrt the Evidence Told The evidence In tlie case is as fol- and Blake succeeded by Laurier, ,,buti in the present instance the situation is different. It appears to me -that lows: lienry Miller, hat blocker, llv-j under the existing organization Mr. ing at L'15 Second Ave., was arrested' Borden has been allowed to liear. tri-on the night of March 21 on the; ^-j.^, gossip that with the responsibilities of his position .should never have charge of keeping a disorderly house. Four ot the occupants among whom been allowed to reach his eamc 1 was Lucilla Brown, pleaded gulltv to;"^^'" -.....- -- - the charge of frecmentlng same "and h^'""''* pressure ol paid over their dibs. .Miller and hlsi"i's nagging Mr. Borden has become, wife and another colored woman,] Petulent,' hut the fact is undeniable .Mary .lames, pleaded not guilty. The, tlmt it-has had its pfiect upon'-hiaS, ladies in the case were proven to and he is now prepared to throw up have been inmates of Ollle I.,ewis' his job. Will he do so ? 1 think not. house at the bottoms, which was raid-' Uo you know what would probably ed by the Mounted Police about a happen were Mr, Borden to resign? month R?o. A hullabaloo took place, Wilfrid Laurier, astute poli- at Miller's house on March (ith when I ^^-^-.^^ ^^^^^^ ^^,^^,,^1 ^p^,^g another nigger stole some change be-1 ^^^^ j^,.^^^ ^ longing to a verv well known gentlo-1 . , , , ,, , j u- man aboni town. Another prominent """^^^ '''' ea^'V. and big citizen gave evidence of having been''^'^'"'^ of the campaign would be lost solicited bv a colored girl fi-om thati^'g^'t �f ' faith m Mr. house Imnroperly. Then on the night j Bo''''-Premier (iiolittl, who liikcs the poitridio of Minister country could be entrusted.' I A NEW LETTER BOX ' A letter hox has been placed on the j corner of Fourth and Tenth Sis. South and fs now in use. There will proii I ably be two collections a day from jit. It should prove a boon to ihc . Darracks and the . -M, C. .\. boys lo i ha\ e � ' -i so handy. Ask Your Grocer for Our Best' Brand of Flour Highest In Quality and can be bought at moderate prices. CLLIbON MILLINC ELEVATOll CO.,iTD. - LLTHamOCtAlWA CANAO/l today announced the ir;jkc-iip ot his new caliiiiet, which succeeds that ol Luigi Lu/./,atti .Near ly all Ihe iiieiiihcrs ot the former ^ niiiiislr\ arc retained. These are: Foreign .MTairs, Mari|iiis .�\ Di .Sang-iiiliano , Treasurer, Francisco Tede-sco , Finance, ,Sigiior Facts ; VVard-^ ficii , .Spinganli , Public 1 nst ruction, � ; .'-^ignor Crcdaros, Public Works, .Sig-imr ."-^acchi ; Posts and Telegraphs, .'~'igii(U' t'luflclli. The new members arc: .Justice, .Signor Fiiiocshiaro, who succeeds .Signor Faiii ; Marine, �Vdmiral t'attolica, replacing Leonar-di, .\griciillure, .Signor .Vitti, who 1,1 lies the place of Signor Ralneri in post lirst offered to .Signor Uissolati, leaders of the Socialists' parliamentary group, hut declined by him be-, cause, while he said he was in sym- ' pathy with the proposed policy of] the new government he could not | bring hiiiiself lo adopt outward forms | reijiiircil of cabinet members, such aS wearing a uniform on public occa- ' sions. LOCAL BUDGET The following ha.sketball players are retjuested to be on hand to play, in the big ex'hihition game at the "Y" tonight in connection with tho social : .Stewart, Filincr, Jackson, i:. .1 Mackenzie, Christie, Ntehols, Rash, Minor, AJcRae, Robertson, D. f,, Macken7ie. W. Ralcy. Ladies are cordially invited Admittance free. Oame starts at !) o'clock. .Special to .Scotchmen - A social meeting for all Scotchmen will be held in the t'aledonian Hall on Thursday, night, .March 30th at 8.30. .Strangers to town will receive a hearty welcome A full turn-out is expected. Cigars and music will be provided. v 91-1' CARMANGAY A TOWN A .proclamation has been issued creating Carmangay into a town. The first election will be -held within a few weeks. ENGLISH FOOTBALL London, March 2!).-^Two games wore played in Association Football Leag^ie. They resulted as follows: Second League Blackpool 2, Leicester Fosse 0. Southern League Westham I'nited 0, Portsmouth 0. NORTH YORK REGISTRAR DEAD Toronto, March 2S-David Lloyd, registrar of North York, died today at Newmarket, aged 04 years, Quality �od Ou�ntitT Combined Tea Lovers make a wide distinction between teas. You get the famous hill-grown tea, direct from the Tea Gardens of Ceylon when r�u buy Never Ssid iaMk. mm "<