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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 The Lcthbiiilsre Daily Hcrahl Friday, April 1,1910. German's Shoe Store Special for Saturday Only Ladies' Pat. Ox. $4.00 for $3.35 Very Finest of Leather and the Latest Shape Sixteen years' experience making shoes Enuf f said ROUNDIXG UP LAST OF JJIJFFALO Balance of Pablo Ilcrrt Itciii^ Corralled for Hhipiiiciit to Caii-acla. 'our Choice From 10,000,000 Oran^ Trees We pack 60 per cent of CaliEornia's oranffe crop- ihree-lourths ot its lemons. From this great quantity we choose the solid, tree'ripened, deliciously flavored (ruit (or our special brand. "SUNKIST." ' *'Suiikist" Navel Oranifes Are Seedless They are always packed in wrappers bearingthename"Sun-kist" Be sure the oranges you get have these wrappers, (or they not only insure you the finest oranges that can bo grown, but (or every twelve you send us we will give you a Handsome Orande Spoon FREE These spoons are Rogers' Best Quality Standard AA ^-a beautilul pattern designed especially for us. You couldn't buy anything more handsome, no matter what price you paid. Think how quickly you can gel an entire set-^ � inpst attractive addition to your table service. Buy a dozen "Sunkist" Oranges or Lemons today, and Mod iiii the wrappers, with six 2c stamps to pay for postage, packing, etc You will get your first spoon by return mail Address California [Fralt Growers' Exci 33 Chatcb St. it Tovoato. Buy "Sunkist" Um$nt�s tll as "SunUtf ^Orangti. Tht fruit it fjually /�#, mnj in^9B9 ^'^^^^ etctft Itmtn wappiri for ipatni. Preparations for the final round-up of tlie Buffalo herd purchased tour years ago from M. Pablo, of Rojan, AJoiit., by the Dominion government, are now actively in progresa. The details of these preparations are fully outlined In a letter from Mr. Pablo to A. Ayotte, of 81 J.ean, the Dominion government immigration agent at Missoula, Mont... JJr, Ayotte is the gentleman who first succeeded in interesting the Canadian government in the great herd of Buffalo on the Flat-heaa reservation, and who has been very closely identified with the ardous work of corralling and transporting the herd to this country. Several shipments have already been made, but there are stJll in ithe neighborhood of 350 head of buffalo on the range. It is the iiUention of M. Pablo ito have them ready for shipment about I'the end of April or during the first OP KI\()i MENELIK �'eel' ^'a.v- They have become very _ wild through constant chasing, and the efforts made to rouiiu Uiera up dnriuij Late the past three years, and as a result are very wary of anything resembling a corral. Pablo, however, has extended his corral wings far bacic into the raoumajns at a coist of over $50,000, and has purchased a hundred head of the finest horses proctirablo on the Flathead range to be used by his riders in the last great drive. He has- IlISTOKY OF REIOiX Mutable Career of King of Abysairia-^ Empress Imprisoned The ancifut empire of Ethiopia includes llie Tigre Anhara- Abyssinia or kingdom of These with other ter- ritories and dependencies cover an j declined all overtures of the American LEADERS DISCUSS LORDS' QUESTION Balfour .and .Redmond Speak in British House On Asquith's Resolutions London, March 30.-In the HoLse of Commons yesterday Asquith's address was followed by Balfour and Redmond speaking on the proposal to amend the House of Lords. Balfour declared that the government's proposal neither ended nor amended the Lords. The Premier had talked, said Balfour, as though aggressive hereditary had made it possible to carry on the country's legislation. Coming down to an analysis of the government's three resolutions, Balfour said that in regard to the first that no authority had ever suggested that the Lords bad no power to reject money bills. They had the right he insisted, and ought to keep it. The proposal that the speaker AWais not merely a guardian of the rights of the Commons but in a cer-tjiin sense the author of their lecisla-tion. It was madness contended Balfour, for the government to make a cjmnge in the constitution. The government' ho believed had been ill advised in the course they were taking from every point of view and he should oiler at every stage of these resolutions the strongest oppo- could be made. He made it clear that the subsequent support ot the Irish would depend upon pressing the veto question without interposing the budget. The Opposition's amendment to Asquith's resolutions will be moved! tomorrow (Thursday). It will declare that a strong and efTicient second chamber is willing to consider proposals which woufa destroy the usefulness of any second chamber anil remove the only safeguard against [only a repetition of the rumors the wishes ot the majority ot the electors. area of over 200,000 square miles and [the population is estimated between ! ten and eleven inillion. Mcnclik was elected king by the Abyssinian 'chieftains over Ras Maugasha- He claimed to be a direct descendcnt of Solomon by the Queen of Sheba, and styled himself "Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Ju!cet of the Saviour, King of Kings of Ethiopia." He was the son of the King of Lhos, but was captured in his youth by the governor ot Kendar, who had usurped the tlirone under the title of "Theodore III". Menelik made war on Theodore and his successor, the EmpcTor of Johannes. He finally married his daughter to the Ras Area the emperor's son and was tacitly acknowledged heir to the throne. Ras AreA died, - Johannes was killed in battle, and Menelik became Negus ot Abyssinia. He refused to acknowledge the domination of Italy over his country and compelled the Italian army to capitulate at Adowa in 18�6, when a treaty was signed recognizint; the absolute independence of Abyssinia. Since then peace has crowned Men^ elik's policy towards foreign powers and the country has prospered with the introduction of improved methods of government and commerce. London, March 30.-Today's report that King Menelik is dcfld, appears to come by way of Aden, Arabia, And it is thought here that possibly it is ot CREAMERY FOR  BURDETT (Burdett Tribune.) The contract for drilling the well for the new creamery has been let and the gasoline drilling putflt started work last Thursday. Tne site selected for the new enterprise is ailong the north line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, about a quarter of .a mdle west of the depot. Mr. W. A. Brodie, who is one of the principal promoters in the concern was formerly manager of the Wild Rose creamery at Ponoka. The butter manufactured at that creamery was awarded first prize at .the Dominion Exptosition held at Calgary in 1908. Mr. Brodie was connected with the Ponoka creamery for six years and increased the capacity ot the plant to 100,000 pounds annually in Vancouver, B. C, and in Calgary. The local plant VvIM have a capacity the monarch's death which have been current for some days. Commercial interests here, which arc in direct touch through their agencies with Addis Abcba, had received no confirmation ot report today. .'V-^I waa completely ma rfowa, my bload ma wit of order, and I lued to �at ae weak I would be compelled to itay b bod iaf waaka at a Uma. I eould �at oat, warn pala and tbin; rnnty one thou^t I waa foing into aoaouaptioD. I triad avotTthinf and different doctor* ��li a friond advised mo te uaa Burdock Blood Bitten. I did not h�y one bottle �aad wli�B my appetite begaa to improv*. I (lead aiz bottle*. 1 cained ten poimda in two we^. When 1 began to Uke it I eolr weiibed ninety-tbrae pound*. It juat aeamed to pull mo from toe grave aa I Mver aipaeted te bo treng again. I wiB tett evaiy auffarar o/ your wonderful aadieine." Tk* Mood leaebe* every portioB et the body to diatribute nutriment and remove affato mattar and waate product*. Clearly then, any influence, good or bad, affecting tba blood, must necessarily affect the en-tin yatem for good or evil aa the aaa* mar bo. Gat pore blood and keep it pan by �amoving areiy trace of impui* morbid matter from the �vatem by using Burdock Btood Bitten. It exerta a euntive in-tnanco nnapproached by anr other mnedy. For aafe by all dealen. Manufactured aaly by The T. Milbura Co., limited, Tareote, Ont. BUILDING PERMITS The following have taken out building permits: A. W. Smith,, dwelling on Turner street, f850. �F. R. Pennefather. residence, Westminster Road, J2800; Kirkham Bros., store, Crabb street, ?3;ioo. T. K. McNeil, three dwellings on Courtland street. $6000. iT. iL. Clark, greenhouse on Cutbill street, ?1200, making a total for the day of 114,150.00. 13A b always ot unvarying good quality;^ Wili you be con-Unt inth common tea when you can get '* SALADA" i BUek, Mixed aad N�taral Onen, 40e, SOc, 60e and 70c per lb. -- NIAGARA FALLS 18 DRY Ice From Above Falla Stopa the Flow of Water,-Like Last Year N'lagara Falls, March 30.-A strong south wind has caused the ice coming down the Niagara River to jam with the result that crest of Niagara Falls is bare north from Luna Island, almost to the middle of the cataract Should the jam continue, there will be a repetition of the condtitlonn prevailing in February of last'year, when the American Falls were so dry that many people'walked across from prospect point to Goat Isiland.'^ DEMONSTRATION OF Tuxedo Coffee Spices, Extracts, Jelllea, Etc. For the balance of the week. Call In and sample these lines FRESH FRUITS Bananas, Oranges, Lettuce, Tomatoes Etc. Alwaya on Hand Phone 615. I CraddoGk S mper il Family Grocers Redpath Street Sherlock Block I MOKE rOK (iALT HOSPITAL Lii(liC8^ Airt A�'kiM>wlc�l8:<* Additional Money Collected The following is itn addlfsonal list of subscriptions ot money collected by the Ladles' Aid of Gait Hospital: iNorth Ward-McKay street, collector. Miss E. Loggln-Mrs. S. Jones, 11; .Mrs. J. Fletcher, .50c; Mrs. W. Houit, asc; Mrs. W. McGregor, �1; Mrs. L. Treno 60c; Mrs. W. Byron, 50c; Mrs. Graham, %l; Mrs. Jones, ?l; Mrs. E. Loggln, �1. Rachel and VVaDwork streets, collector, Mrs. Popharm-HMrs. Sears, 50c; A Prlend, 15c; Mrs. Hevekrupkl, 35c; .Mrs. Beaudry, l!5c; Mrs. HarrJs, fl; Mrs. Alllss, 25c; Mrs. Popham, |1. Torrance avenue, collectors, Mrs. Flack and iMrs. Jackson-^^Mrs. P. Moore, 50c; Mrs. Stephenson, 50c. Westminster road, collectors, Mrs. Alexander and Mrs. Nimmons--�. Chambers, 26c; VV. P. J. Alexander, |1; Carl Hudson, 25c; Mrs. Nlnimons, II; A. Hyssop, ?1; Mrs. Olander, |1; J. A. Johnson, ?2; 'Mrs. Schweitzer, ?2; Ernest Parsons, ?1; P. E. Cross-ley, 25c; B. Martin, 50c; Mrs. Atkinson, 25c; Mrs. W. Douglas, 25c; Mr. Birmingham, $1; A Fi-iend, |1; The Sisters Faithful Companions of Jesus. ^0; Jas. A. McDonald, $10; Mrs. J. A. MoDonald, ?1; Mrs. T. D. Kevin. 110; E H. Wilson, ?5; Mis� Agnew !f2; A. Matthews ?1; H. Whltmore, ?2; A. W. Kress, ?1; R. V. .Maynard, $2: ,). Boulton ?l; C. Gibson ?1; W. Dodd, 5()c; A. K. Watson, ?l; A. B. Cooper, ?1: B. L. Core, ?2. 3 Superb Styles The famous Fit-Reform designer has created three models in 2 Button Sack Suits that surpass anything of this style ever seen in this country. The combination of originality and elegance will appeal to every man who prizes exclusiyeness and good taste. The patterns- in fine English Worsteds - are equally divine-live. 15 ScKELVlE & McGUIRE Sole Asents for Lethbndfir. An earthciuake of one and (hour's duration' was recorded a half ^ Dominion Observatory at Ottawa yes-at the terday afternoon. CLARKE & CO. The Ladies' Store WE Phone 453 SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block A Wonderful Array of Bargains Displayed for Saturday's Economical Shoppers 2 FOR 3SC SATURDAY WAIST SALE OF UNUSUAL INTEREST -,^1.00- Fine white vesting waists of exceptionally good material and neat fitting models. Shown in plain tailored sityle with neat tucks, soft collar and cuffs. Sizes 32 to 44, white only. The Lethbrldge public has set its seal ot approval on these special week-end events. The goods specified as saving items are exactly as represented In quality and price, and for that and no other reason our jewspaper announcements prove most attractive to discriminating buyers as is evidenced by the remarkable enthusJasinjprevailing (throughout the store. To-morrow offers, perhaps, some of the beat items of the entire season, ao don't delay taking advantage of thia opportunity. The following picked helter-akelter from the. varloua departmenta ar^ Juat an indication of the good thinga offered. If what you want la not Hated here- come anyway. * Week-end Sale of Chfldren't Batter Behs 2 FOR 35g A specdal purchase of a big quantity bought iway under value, passed on to you at about half their actual worth. Made of finest morocco leather, both sides finished, trimmed with neait front ornament; colors black, brown, red and white; shaped front, buckled at both sides. Wonderful value at Saturday's price ......... EXCliPTIONAL SATURDAY VALUES IN THESE MOOR-EEN UNDERSKIRTS -$1.50- Made In liberal fullness, of excellent quality, :ine finish moreen, in colors navy, brown, green ind biack, trimmed with full sweep flounce, finished with 'tailored bands. Splendidly sewn^ throughout. 25g Saturday's Special in Fine Lisle Vests Fine ribbed, excellent quality undergarments trimmed Jn such attraictlvp designs that some stores would think you should be willing to pay 40c td 45c' for them. As a matter of fact they're rt,lie very best we've ever seen at that price, but are illustrative only of Clarke's usual good value. Several styles to choose from, long and short sleeves or sleeveless. Buttoned or closed fronts, beautifully trimmed with hand crocheted lace and ribbon. 2Sc Greatest poi^sible valiieH in the Notion Section- 5c Remarliable Values In Fine In the appended Hst are little 5c necessities for every day use for'which you ofiten pay double the price Read the items carefully and note the saviings- 5c Skein mending Linen tape. Cotton tape. Tape measures Pin cubes Toilot pin cards Thimbles. Four hat pins. . Collar Supports Bone hair pins Kid Gloves Se Safety pins Two cards mending Solid brass "pins Toilet pin books A Saturday collection of inarkablc Hosiery values- -_25c- re- The beat and most complete selections from which vou will have the opportunity of choosing this season at fu'Hy one-third less than some dealers -ask for goods of. even infei-ior grade- Fine cashmere goods, plain or -ribbed, also excellent qualities Z5C'" ^'^^^ color cotton hose, black 9R|a Sizes S 1-2 to 10 ins. 95c A complete, range of sizes from which to make selections in colors, tans, brown, greys, black or white. Made of excellent quality fine French Kid, splendidly sewn throughout, finished with two domes. S20.0Q GREAT SUIT VALUES FOR SA TURDAY $20.00 Positively the finest offerings in ladies' and misses' suits we liave ever liad the pleasure of submitting to our trade for anything like the price and better values by far than "^e expect to be able to offer in such Complete assortments for many a day to come. Made of pure wool serges and worsteds in the season's Anffl most approved styles, colors navy, brown. Copen- S/H liagen. old rose and black- ;