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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Monday, March That "SALADA" Flavour The fine flaTour and downright goodnew of naif Ait mi TOOK QUEBEC VOTE ROCKEFELLER ON NAVY QUESTION SALADA1 8A Tea will please you. Buy a package to-day from your like it 40e, 50c, 60c and 70c ib. French-Canadian Paper Holds a Plebiscite The Canadian Navy Gets the Preference Montreal, Mar, La Presse asked four questions of its readers on iiie naval question recently, printing a bal- lot by means of which a plebiscite could be taken. It has so far received Complaining Witnesses Were His Enemies Grand Forks, N. D., Mar. being out half an hour the jury in the Jcase against Jack Daly, the notorious ''North Dakota man, who was captured at Lethbridge, found a verdict of not -guilty. The charges against him of obtaining money under false pretenses was taken up in the district court at Rugby "this morning. Admissions by complaining witnesses that they were 'enemies of Daly resulted in the not guilty verdict in the arson case. HOW WILL JOHN D. SPEND HIS MONEY? RISH WILL PAY THEIR ELECTION EXPENSES, a decided affirmative to the question "Are vou in favor of the creation of a March (.-Presiding today Canadian navy, participate in Etiropeon wars? 1 he votes for this Redmond said that no veto bill, that at a meeting of London no budget, was the policy announced i proposal were the first week and Irishmen, J.r._H. ._..., 842 the second, making a total of by him Dublin and from that policy and a ma_jority of 433' now Nationalists would not budge, no The second question 'Are you in j favor of a direct contribution to the Imperial navy, either ships or he consequences He regarded an early election as cer- tain i Irish Americans had paid ex- pe -ses of last election, but the coin- ;ot only fifty-six votes altogether. The third, "Are you in favor of sta- M- election. Mr. Redmond said, roust QUO or a continuation of the pres n Great lent got votes, and bPaidbv Irishmen at homo, in Great Britain. COUNTRY MAKES and the final question, "Do you, think iff other Provinces, which arc ivhol. Sly on this question pronounc, themselves either for a Canadian. FOUNDATION Scheme Whereby John D. Spend Millions For Humanity ___ Washington, D. March world wide scheme of philanthropy- stupendous in its scope-Hn which the Rockefeller millions be lavished "lor the; betterment-or is foreshadowed the bill introduced in the senate by Mr, IBallinger of New Hampshire, providing .for the incor- poration :of -the "Rockefeller Founda- tion." Details as-HoMhe exact plan of Mr.' are lacking here aside from the dry phraseology itself. Alt tiiaUs The'plan is glean- ed statements made by Mr. lialliager, rafter -he-, liad presented the bill. said he, "to ''Rockefeller, but 'there is-Jio'doubt'that he proposes to spend his ihillions. He has already spent the general Ottawa, 01 arch brought dbwii a March D.! PROFIT ON THE MINT. jnavy or for a direct contribution, the, Fielding j provjnee of Quebec should remain return yesterday in its refusai to aid Great Brl- showing Uiat operations of Ottawa j tain jn the hom. was voted branch of -Royal -Mint have since since1 for onjy 152 Umes out of the total num- opening on January l, 1UOS resulted ;ber Of votes received. a profit 'to Dominion of i- thus appear that while the wants to know just how John u.: Allowing as interest on; Canadian navy is the most popular Rockfeller intends to spend his money jcos. of coustruction. choice, the statu quo feeling Is fairly for the benefit Of humanity. The: The -profit upon coinage of silver strong. The least-favored proposition senate .committee of the District of J was 244.79 on bronze i is that a direct contribution to the Columb'a affairs took up to day thejand raisceJlaneous giving a' Empire be made, while but a feu- bill to incorporate the RockfeHer! total STOSS profk of [French-Canadians are in favor of foi> the distrlct of Columbia, where 'election 'board. I have no doubt that Mr. Rockefeller intends to give his money away on a scale greater than any other living man. I am not ac- quainted with all of the details of Mr. Rockefeller's plans." Senator Balllnger introduced the bill at the request of "some of Mr. Rockefeller's friends." He would not; say who they were. The bill was handed to the senator because he is! the- chairman of the senate committee foundation, introduced a few days ago j bv Senator Gallingev, after a brief discussion it was decided to invite Starr J. Murphy, one of the men named as >ncorporators of the found- ation, to appear before the committee next Friday. (SOCIALISTS ARE standing pat, no matter what other i Provinces may dp. FORBIDDEN TO TALK.i Berlin. 'March Jagow of-RADICALS AND LIBERALS the Berlin police has forbade Social- j JOIN SOCIALISTS ists holding open >air meeting planned. Casdelf prussia, Mar. Radi- for to-morrow as a protest against thejcal and Liberai parties have joined the existing three class property voting-, socjaijsts in planning for a great' open in favor of equal suffrage ST. JOHN SUN WILL (system and the proposed amendments j ajr raeeting CEASE PUBLICATION j to the Franchise law. j to-morrow. St. John, X. B., March Sun and the Star, morning and afternoon, papers, respectively, issued by the one All the Socia'ists, Liberals and Ral-'- Essen Phenish, Prussia, Mar. j ical journals, as well -as some of the The president of the -local police has moderate conservative newspapers issued a permit for an open air meet- the headquarters of the foundation are to be. Tiie erection of some not- able structure ia -which to house the foundation, especially since the "ac- jquisuion and dissemination of know- are stated among the objects ot" the foundation. This, however, is but an incidental feature, for else- where in' the bill the purpose is set forth of providing "-for the prevention and relief of suffering and the promo- tion of any and all of the elements of human progress." Entire Fortune For Charity y York, March Rocke- nmnagenient. have been 'bought by! disapprove of the Prussian to-morrow of the Socialists who the owners of the Telegraph and the jment attempting to prohibit protest against the Prussian fran- Times, and publication will be sus- j peaceful expression by a public as-ichise law, upon the promise of the j feller foundation, according to a close pended March 19. There will be twoisembly of a desire to have greater! leaders that the meeting will be or-i associate of John D. Rockefeller, is to morning and two afternoon papers. ballot privileges. 1 derly. CLARKE CO. receive the entire Rockefeller fortune under the -will of theh old magnate. What the sum is not even Rockefeller The Ladies' Store WE Phone 453 SELL FOR CASH Acadza Block New Style Garments for Easter Wear, featuring attractive values in Skirts Coats, Suits, One-piece and Coat Dresses This store -pays special attention to; the style and quality of every article of apparel which goes into its stock good model does not. satisfy.-us if materials "and work- manship are not right up to our high standard of excellence, neither do fine fabrics and workmanship meet with our ap- proval if the styles are not all that could be desired. In each garment comprising our Spring selec- tion you will find the combination of these desir- able attributes, together with perfect fitting and shape keeping abilities and the very best values within your reach. WE "MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE OF CHARGE. CORRECTLY STYLED TAILORED' SUITS Canada's leading manufacturing tailors have furnish- ed this display with the new and proper in ready to wear things for Spring. The variety of models is most compre- hensive comprising perfect-fitting shapes for slim, medium and fiili one having' a charm all its own and confined exclusively to this store. HANDSOME NEW COATS up to Very attractive new models in materials most- favored by fashionable women everywhere. Lengths range from 32 to 52 inch- o o es, mostly three-quarter and tight fitting. One of the most at- tractive features of the entire dis- play is a range of neat models of pure wool covert cloth in 32 inch lengths, representing a wonder- ful value at You should sec them. PERFECT- FITTING CORSETS TO SUIT THE NEW GOWN Canada's leading nnd most perfect fitting line, confin- C3 ed exclusively to this store. A re m ark able v a 1 u e at. .........05c Xewest Pircetoirc model at Other attractive models. repre- senting unusual and CHARMING ONE-PIECE AND COAT DRESSES r A ga i n w c o f f e r ty o u a n i o s t complete and authoritative ex- position of newest styles. What- ever Fashion has approved is giv- en full and accurate expression in this splendid display. Materials shown are all-wool Panamas, serges, broadcloths and soliels in colors navy, brown, old rose, wis- teria, catawba, reseda, etc. NEW TAILORED LOW PRICED It would take a whole page of news paper space to trive you a detailed de- scription of the var- ious lines. Just a few hints of the val- Perfect fitting; vest inir waists and Xew style linen Dainty lawn waists to himself knows, because of the elastic! value of his vast properties. The most conservative estimate of, the amount which will eventually be' turned philanthropic of the oil magnate is The scope of the Rockefeller foundation j has been made unlimited, says the 'In- ternational News Service informant, for the purpose of administering every sort of charity or humanitarian work that cannot be called strictly educa- tional, in which .Mr. Rockefeller has .ever been interested. Tlie education- al work will be cared for by the gen- eral educational fund, which was ap-j propriated under the same sort of a charter in 1905.. 'two funds will b2 kept absolutely filstlnct. Covers Entire Globe "To promote the-well being and toj advance the civilization of the United States, its territories and its posses- sions and of foreign is an- other striking purpose of the founda- tion usually conferred on corporations are given the foundation in the Ball- inger bill. fact, it ivas that by the addition of a very few words, the bill, as it iwas written, might well stand for a charter, for what really would foe a "good trust" in the meaning of the term. There are .reasons for believing that the bill was prepared by Mr. (Rocke- feller himself. It is-not in the form usually adopted by legislators in draw- ing a measure. It came to Washing- ton ready for presentation and in chat was handed to Senator Ballin- ger. COST OF DEPORTING AMERICAN COIN Ottawa March cost of de- porting U.S. silver coin from Canada s very considerable, according to a return tabled "by Mr. Fielding yester- day. The experiment was .first tried in and in that year value of foreign coin thus returned to New York was 7.3SS.20. The policy was allowed to lapse -three years but was renew- ed on August 30, 190S, and nas 'been continued to date. Between that time and v January, 1910. it cost to deport American coin valued at Finance department is not able to estimate -the value of United States silver coin still circulating in Canada A CALGARY YOUNG LADY'S SUCCESS Miss Gladys McKelvie of Calgary, a pupil of Frank Wrigley. the well known musician, has won the scholar- ship granted to Canada for competi- tion in the musical examinations con- ducted in this country by the asociat- ed board of the Royal College'of Music and the Royal Academy of Music of It was first offered in 1908 but no one came np to the standard. In II WHS Kgain competed for and the announcement is made that it was won by Miss McKelvie. She is entitled to two years free tuition at the Academy, London. Hudson's Bay Co. We start the spring trade with a value in Men's and Boy's Clothing, unexcelled for quality and price. With purchases of hundreds of thousands of dollars worth for spot cash, we are able to get close prices from the manufacturers and our turnover large we give you the benefit of our buyirig. Men's Furnishing Department Men's Dark Tweed S.uits, stripes and checks. Regular Sale Men's Heavy Tweed" Suits, check pat- tern. Regular Sale Men's Light Tweed Suits, in fancy checks. Regular Sale Men's Light Worsted Suits in stripes and checks. Reg. Sale Men's Tweed Suits in Light patterns just the suit for Spring wear. Reg- ular Extra Heavy Ribbed Wool "Under- wear. Reg. Now, a suit Natural Color Wool "Underwear. Reg- ular IN'OW per suit Fancy Striped Wool Underwear. Reg- ular Now, per Fleeced Lined "Underwear, Penman's underwear. Reg. Now Men's Extra Heavy Wool Fleeced. Regular Now Light Weight Fleeced Lined Under- wear. Regular Now i1. Men's Cashmer6 Hose, embroidered fronts. Regular price 50 cents per pair. Sale price......3 pairs for Men's Fancy Cashmere Hose, regular 50 cents. Now...........3 for Men's Fine Black Cashmere Hose. Regular 30c. Now ...5 pairs for .Men's Extra Fine Flannel Shirts in pale blue and green. Regular price Now Heavy Tartan Shirts. Soft cuffs and collars. Reg. Now Flannel Dress Shirts in blue and green. Reg. Now Fine Dressy Flannel Shirts with laundered collai band and cuffs. Regular Now English Flannel Shirts with detach- able collars and double turn back cuffs. Regular Now .Men's Negligee Shirts, pleated and ,plain. Regular and Now on sale and Gents' Dress Saints in fancy stripes and patterns. Regular Now on sale at Hudson's Bay military shirts all wool, Regular Now Hudson's Bal blue flannel shirts, reg- ular price and Sale price and Extra Heavy Tweed Shirts, well made and roomy. Regular Now Gent's Mocha Gloves, fur lined. Regu- lar Gents' Mocha Skives, fur lined. Reg- ular and Now on sale at and Siik Lined Gloves. Now Regular All our heavy working gloves and mitts have been reduced. A special line of gents' four-in-hand ties, in plain colors and fancy stripes. Regular 50c. Now .....35c for BUTTER1CK PATTERNS Boot and Shoe X A large quantity of Ladies' Vici Kid Oxfords, Bluoher cut; medium and light soles. Regular and Sale price Velour Calf Shoes, Blucher cut. Goodyear welted, narrow or full toe.- Reg. 14.50. Sale price Men's Oxblood Shoes, Blucher cut; Goodyear welted. Regular Sale price Ladies Vici Kid Button Shoes, patent tip Regular ?2 50 Now Oxblood Oxfords, Blucher cut; Goodyear welted. Regular 00. Sale price Ladies' Vici Kid Shoes. Blucher cut: or Balmoral style, Empress brand. Reg ?6.00. Sale price Biack or Brown Storm Calf Shoes, Blucher cut; guaranteed waterproof through. Regular Sale price A Quantity ofxBoys' Gum Rubber boots. Sizes 1 to 5. A useful seasonable boot. Rc-g. 53.75. Sale price In The Dry Goods Section Ladies' Sateen Underskirts. Color black, with 12 iifch accordion pleat- ed flounce and dust ruffle. Regular- ly S2.00. Sal-i Ladies' Moreon Underskirts, in colors of navy, brown., grey, cardinal and black; made w'.th French ripple flounce. Reg. Sale Chiffon Silks in sky, pink, mauve, wine, cardinal and ori'am. 21 inches wide. Reg. 6oc for .45c Figured Ribbon Velvets in green sky, old rose and brown, 3 inches wide. Regular 30c for ...............20c English Prints, stripes and de- signs. Regular 12 l-2c for.....10c Unbleached Turkish Bath Towels. Regular 40c per pair for........30c Double Fold English Gingham for summer dresses. Per yard 10c to 25< Bargains at the Remnant Counter In Groceries 25 pound caddies, black or green tea for Coffee, per pound .........35c St Charles Cream, per tin .......10c Pineapples, 2 tins for ...........25c pounds for 25c ;