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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta klTHMIMNU ALTA., FRIDAY, APRIL ISM. THE STUTTZ STOCK CO. Presents NE OF THE FH T T V> M M COMEDT fi 1 Y I THREE ACTS The most laughable of comedies. You ought to see this. Saturday matinee this piece again repeated, One of tl.e Family. Saturday Night, OLE OLSON. Box Office open all .day Auction Sale On Tuesday Next, April 27th, 1909 AT WAKNKK, ALTA, AT 9 O.GLOCK A.M. FRANK G. WMDINGTON Instructed by Mr. Rigby, owner, will sell by pub- lic auction, as above, the following property: LOT 1 Two lots Nos. IT and 18 in Block 8, with 2 roomed shack (size of rooms 12x18 and 7x18.) LOT 2 One Lot No. 19. in Block 8, with shed thereon. All the fencing on and around the property will be sold as a separate lot. Also a 4-hole Booking range. The company will please meet the auctioneer on the property at 9 o'clock a.m. F. G, WADDINGTON Lethbridge Auctioneer MR. SIFTON TALKS ABOUT RESOURCES Tells Ottawa Audience About Importance Of Their Conservation UNQN CONCERT BAND An enthhusiastic meeting of the Union Concert Band .was held last night in St. Augustin's Hall. Pres- ident E. A. Cunningham called the meeting to order at. 8.15 p-m. St. Augustin'a Hall has been secured for regular "weely practices. The matter of uniforms and instruments was con sidered and committees appointed to deal with th matter. Several new- members were admitted. The finan- cial condition of the band is satis; factory and prospects are good for the coming The question of a new leader was thoroughly gone into and steps taken to secure a competent man' Jor the position. A committee was appoint- ed to advertise in the largest Ameri- can and Canadian, papers for compe- tent musicians. It was unanimous- ly decided that the band would ap- pear on the public square and give free concerts during the summer. A great deal of the feeling, between the Union Band and the Citizens' Band has been overcome and friendly ri- valry in the production of first class music now exists. The city has grown to such a size that there is now plenty of room for two first class bands and a friendly rivalry will im- prove both. SUNLIGHT SOAP MISS H. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bachelor of Music (Trin Univ.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal of the piano dept., Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For .terms address Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music, or residence, Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett St. Phone.244. (Ottawa Free Press) The immediate appointment of a lanadian Commission to carry out the principles -promulgated at the recent International conference in Washington on the conservation of national resources was advocated by Hon. Clifford Sifton, former Minis- ter of the.Interior, in the course of an address to the Toronto Univer- sity club at the Normal school lost night. Mr. Sifton showed the great waste of the forests, water power and fer- tility of the soil that was occurring all the, time, and very forcibly dwelt upon the danger of exhaustion of Canada's forests. Hon.. Sidney Fisher spoke briefly along the same lines, favoring the establishment of the proposed Com- mission on Resources. Hon. Mr. Sifton reviewed the work done at the International conference on the conservation of -resources which'he himself had attended as one of Canada's representatives. The conference had endeavored to lay down a set of principles which when adopted by. various governments would lead to. proper conservation of resources. It was decided that a Bureau to propogate the principles should be started in each country taking up the scheme. DANGERS ON LAKE ERIE One of the first questions taken up was that of public health- He had been rather surprised. to learn, that Lake Erie was in danger of contam- ination on account o'f the immense caanot spoil your There are no in Sun- Ucht Soap to bite hota In tbe most delicate fabric are ed to anyone finding adulteration in Sunlight Soap. Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you free a cake of their famous Plantol toilet soap, if you mention this paper. amount of sewage emptied into it. The conserving" of the purity of great bodies of water was one ques- tion to'be kept to the fore. In the different provinces there were different policies pursued in re- gard to 'the control of water power. The province of Ontario undoubted- ly had the most progressive policy, j In the whole Dominion there was; horse power easily avail- j able. This would be equivalent .to an annual consumption of j 000 tons of coal. If he. lived to the ordinary ailotedj span, expected to see "Ottawa not only lighted by electricity, but ed by electricity. It was only a few years since the: electric light was re- garded as a dream. All that was needed for electric heaters was aj proper mechanism, and he expected ere long to see the homes of Ottawa heated not by the present dirty and troublesome "method, hut by merely turning a switch. SHOULD PAY RENTAL. Canada's resources were not in the clutches of monopolists as was the United States. In his opinion a cer- tain amount of the gross receipts from operated by various concerns should be paid into the public treasury as rental. If some arrangement was made whereby the Dominion Government and the Pro- vincial Government would conform to the principles that had been laid down, the benefit to the Canadian pseple would be great. ItAVAGE OF WEEDS In Manitoba, great areas of land were becoming -almost useless on ac- count of weeds. people of Can- ada annually lost from 25 to 50 millions of dollars on account of the use of improper seed. The proposed Bureau would strengthen the hands of a minister who was working in the right direction. For the last 13 years the increase in Canada's mineral output had amountejd to 67 million dollars. It was not unreasonable to presume that, within the next 25 years one of the greatest mineral developments in UP YOUR HOME A coit or two of Sherwin- Williuni Brighten Up Finish Family Paint vrill "brigbten up" your shelve! cupboards, etc. repeated wash- tag. 17 good colon. witer. S-W. Brighten Up Fin- iih Aluminum Paint vrill prodcce velvety, silver luitre on old and worn radiators, fixturei, pipes, picture and all decorative work. You can produce a porcelain-like surface on old and marred bath tubi with S-W. Brighten Up Finiih Bath Enamel. Is not affected by hot or cold Made in Ivory, Nile, G.reen, pints, ''Brighten Up" your and preserve them from nut with a coat of S-W. Brighten Up Finish Screen Does not fill up the mrtb. Made in Black and Yi psnti and up. You can refinUh floori M a modern and sanitary style of finish with S-W. Modern Method Floor Fin- a painted, stained, varnished or wax finUh as desired. Give your old and ruMy stove a coat of S-W.. Brighten Up FinUh Stove Pipe and Enamel and save the expense of buying new ones. Prt- pared rtidy for pints, pints and quarts.. Porcelain and Rose, pints and up. THE SHEKWIH-WlLLIAMS CO, MINT AND VAHNISH HUKEM IN THE WOIIL MONTREAL TOUONTO WINNIPEG the history of the world would take place in which had immense mineral deposits. In the northwest methods ol mining were in tion of forests was being stopped in ranging systems. Canada by proper If proper measure were now taken. at the end of 25 years the supply of Beirut, April IN DANGER American timber would begin to j Asiatic Turkey. Miss Lambert has mine was abandoned, leaving im- mense quantities' of mineral1 still there, to be lost for generations. FORESTS A GREAT FIELD The greatest immediate field for action in the direction of conserva- tion was to be found in the forests, which were so vitally necessary for increase and would continue ,to in- crease for all time to come. Forests j were burned and reburned in north- erh and there was no'" op- portunity for the growth of a forest isuch as would spring up. if fires, were i kept down. i iN SOLVED. Canada had solved the immigra- the welfare of the country. The j tion questi on. :A11 the advertising United States hod only 30 years' that was necessary had been done, supply of sumption timber left, if their con-i immigrants would come without urff-. remained as it has been., now. Ten years The whole of Canada's timber sup- j of people would flock to Canada ply would last the United States: from the United States. Before the only seven years. There were now {great influx came .Canada should.be many men employed by the Doniin- j prepared. He thought the time ha-d ion Government and .some of arrived when. Canada should provincial governments as educators j .the principles laid down by of the public on forestry questions, the International Conference, but they were not receiving the Government should appoint a corn- lie-support that they should. j mission at once to see that those Unchecked, promiscuous destruc-! principles were carried out. sent a message down to the coast ask ing for immediate' help, that 'the wo- men were alone-and defenceless. The villages., surrounding 'Hadjim are in flames and Hadjim" itself is infested by Nomad tribesmen. Messages from the: interior -are being suppressed by the authorities: The records of Am- erican Board of Commissioners for missionaries show that Miss Virginia A. Billings, Miss Olive, Vaughan, Miss" EmilyVF. Ritcher, and Mrs. Mary P. Rogers, wife of 'Rev. ana, are stationed in Hadjim. In. Germany when a workman is wasting his "wages ;bjr "vicious hab- can.be declared a The i a guardian can be appointed to whom the man's wages are paid, and who uses them _ for ;the support of the family: V Prices Slashed a Broad Axe at Co.'s Big The Evely-Ford Sales of Vancouver will keep up the excitement until the stock of Dry Goods, Clothing' Boots and Shoes has been cleared out M th. t. e-H.. Swings fr that tip ...r all us event .s JUST WHAT YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR GOME ONE, COME ALL. Profits and cost forgotten. The stock must go. You gain, Brown Co. loses 3. DAYi (K the H p.y you f urn. It thh The Chief Attractions are Our Low Prices LADIES-DP you Suits, DrMt Goods, Trimmings, Prints, Ginghams, Waists, Shoes, etc? MBN-Art you allvo to Suits, Odd Pants, Snott, Cltm, Tlos, Hats, Underwoar, Owaralls, Owcoats, Spring Coats, Etc. SOMETHING ofrlnterott for Bring a wt II flltod pyrtt. _ _ COME EARLY The Evely-Ford Sales Co. BUY HOW SELLING OUT The J. Brown Go. need the Space, You need the Goods The J. Brown BIG STOCK Lethbridge. Open evenings till 9 o'clock A Dollar Does the Work of Two women misionaries are in danger of Hadjini, in tiie villayette of-Adana, ;