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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daiiy Herald. Tuesday, March CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store WE Acadia Block New Style Garments for Easter Wear New Suits, New Coats, New Skirts, New One Piece and Coat Dresses Fashion's latest style.garments now shown in complete and satisfying display. A visit to our ready-to-wear .section will reveal many novel creations. Tomorrow anu following aays we will show a much larger and more comprehensive collection of new spring models in correct-wear-things than it is customary to show so early in the season. Our purpose in making-this early showing, which'includes an interesting variety of correct new styles that will be given the preference .this season, is to give to Waster purchasers every advantage they have been accustomed to have several weeks later. i The display will be of particular interest 'to those planning a itrip away-for the holiday season now appi caching, as well as to those who like to have first choice of the new things. The collection is almost a complete one including many exclus- ive novelties from which you may select, with every assurance that the styles are those most favored by Dame Fashion thir season. Exceptional Values Newest Style Suits 111 A wonderful collection from which to make your choice shown in models to suit not only the girl oi 14 10 IS vears of age, but women of slender medium and stout figure as well, in- cluding sizes from 32 to 44. Materials are plain and striped serges, pan- amas and worsteds in colors, navy, brown, green, old rose, grey, tan and black. Splendid choosing among These Moderately Priced Coats Short, medium and long lengths, all of which are to 'be favored this season according to one's particular taste and 'the use tor which they are intended. .Made of diagonal worsteds- plain and sr.riped coverts and chev- io'ts in shades of fawn, green and uuyy, also black. All beautifully tailored' of pure wool materials and perfect-fiuing. PageS TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS FROM MRS. THOMPSON (Continued From Front Page) The cily exerted a influence was Most Becoming are These One-Piece and Coat Dresses Styles that suit the great majority of figures and a distinct novelty for 'this season's wear. .Made of pure wool panamas, serges, soliels and broadcloths in colors, navy, brown, reseda, old rose and black; graceful, attractive styles confined excursively to this store. Wonderful Values Represented in this new Petticoat Stock. Splen- did Quality Taffeta and Silk Moreen Goods selling at Beautiful t'itiins goods, every one shaped a; tbe waist line in the same way as an o.p.tar gar- ment; cu-t with liberal fullness in body, finished with deep French flounce, trimmed with tucking and tailored, bands. Shown in colors: navy, brown, fawn, sky, old rose, reseda, cream and black.. Tailored Linen Waists Surpris- ingly Cheap; one of the very best values have seen at (he price. The well-known perfect-fining Dorothy make shown .111 white only of excellent quality, pure lin- en, neatly tucked and Gibson styles, laundered col- lar, straight front..which can be adjusted as desired. A beauty at the money. throughout the entire community and good conditions found there over a large area. There was a .splendid opportunity here in Western Canada. The population here only the vanguard of the host was to come. It was up to the peo- ple here to properly lay the founda- tion of a nation. There was every- thing that tended to make a nation great and all that was nw-ded was to si-c? that men of the, right charac- ter were developed. I'RKS. AT WINNIPEG G. F. Stevens, the president oi-thi; Winnipeg Y.M.C.A. also gave a most inspiring address on the association work. He stated that the young men here had only two places to go to "cncrally, an unattractive and un- enlicing room or the saloon. Neither was very desirable. The Y.M.C.A. supplied tine need of. the young man in his spare time. The Y.M.C.A. had started sixtv-five ago, the first one ia North Am erica being at Montreal about thirty- five years ago. At first it was only a prayer meeting. Today they were putting up there a seven hundred thousand dollar building. They dis- covered that the young men had minds to train, bodies to develop and social interests, that must find 'ex- pression. the aim oi the Y. M.C.A. to build up all round mc-n; to develop body mind and spirit. If the young men could 'be kept on the track and going right the community would be blessed. The institution was worth the money. It was the best that could be made and those who got together and put up the building here would find that to case. THE SECRETARY E. M. Thoinasson, the special sec- retary here in charge of the cam- paign here stated a few months ago 'he had faced a similar .audience in Port Arthur. He appealed to the people there to provide for the great j tide of immigration pouring through that gateway to the West. able to say that ia seven days, sixty thousand dollars had been raised for a Y.M.C.A. Y. M. C. PRESIDENT R. Davidson, the president of the also spoke briefly stalling that it had long been the hope.of the Y. M, C. to develop into a fully equipped Every member of the club was delighted at the prospect. The boys were not idle but were go- in wit-h the men to do their share in soliciting subscriptions too. The chairman in conclusion made j an appeal for the co-operation and assistance of every man both tor work-in the campaign and a donation to the fund. P. BURNS BUYS MACK1E RANCH The sale of the Mackie itrincli near Stirling 'to the P. Burns Company was consum- mated a. short time ago. De- tails of the sale are not given out but it Ss rumored that the price given for the big.bunch of cattle, L'Jbout thirty thous- and, was away up to the six figures. SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES DOWN Bring Total Expmciturr For Year To r MOVING .PICTURES. ADVANCFU VAUDEVILLE Week of March 14th, 1910 by Eureka Orchestra. Tale ol! the West. 1000 ft, a beautiful Western Picture. Jessie .Livingston, The Dainty Soubrette. Ilarney, Thfi Buck and Wing Kagtime Dancer Chinese Wedding. Steel Kails. Farrell, Lang-ford Co. In a comedy sketch 'The Lawbreaker' Big contest begins tonight; get busy. Wednesday and Thursday nights only, "The Disaster." Spanish River Ottawa, March Supplementary estimates amounting to for the current year ending March 31. next were presented to parliament by Mr. Pickling today, main and With the supplemun varies passed last session, this brings the [or the current fiscal year t.o Mr. Fisher is to the fore with 000, of which is' for exhibi- t. 'lhej' lions and for experimental right kind of _ imprcs, ln pubU, works chargeable sions at the start. But it i'ort Ar-i thur was the gateway of the West, Lcthbrid to capital is for harbor im- provements to Port Arthur and Fort Mark Hambourg Rental Thursday, March 17th IN ,KNOX CHURCH Tickets and 75c At all Drug Stores and J. G. Robertson's Book Store H THIS IS THE CHANGE OF A Ige and Alberta were UK- 000 for Tiffin anu [ta. Here where the young men aro j to settle and become- citixens, the people should certainly realize that the city had a duty to the young men. He had no doubt of the suc- cess of the campaign was enough civic pride in tbe people of Lethfaridge to do the square thing It was too much 000 for Victoria Harbor. In :public works Montreal is cio'.vn for for improvements to public 1 buildings. No less than SG45.000 is jtlown for dredging, of which the Mar- Thcce Ltirae provinces set Ro- pairs to dredges absorb in mail subsidies is further ant- cumt required for steam service be- to the young inert. of a wide-awake citv to he an Y t- "L Canada and Mexico, upon the uon in this respect. He had never "omimmitv Cure quickly stops coughs, cures coIUs, heals the throat and. 25 cen by the steamer Monteagle. The sol- diers whose-pay was overdue had en- deavored to secure free admission to a Chinese theatre anil been refused. A parly of four British soldiers from Shanghai -were attacked and wounded and a number of .Japanese -ViVS ann shops wrecked, the j Chinese soldiers attacking the popu- I lace swinging bamboos and trampling over the people. Then they seen the foreigners and mobbed them, two be- Allanlic and Pacific, for ser- so univer-jviccs Canada and Cuba, and _ c j for winter services between "lcn loriRivier Dii Loup and Tadousac. In wnu-h was'a 1 that was Li r> r r r, nnoilwt the Dominion Lands Department nccuod if. assure it 01 success.' .000 is required for protection ot tini- ibcr in tlu- prairie provinces and in- Hi' announced amid a-most eutlms-i rnif f Lllluus ispection and of loresi la.stic roi'n-d of applause the securing o! Hit- first siibscrintioii hy C. before seen a sally in favor of a V.M.C.A.. pieaded for [he limi- of tin assure it of A GIFT LIFETIME The Greatest Musical Treat ever offered to the People of Lethbridge TT A. i i NEW PARISH 'loHars huium-il and by Mrs. Coulee. C. Thompson of Ififly is for Other handsome sub- Victoria, March of an attack upon foreigners by Chinese, soldiers at Soo Chow were brought ing picked up insensible. JUST ARRIVED From the M an ui'ac hirers Men's Soft Felt Hats, lat- est styles in Moss, Cadet, Ginn and black Prices: 81.75 and 25. Men's Cash- mere Socks, in black and fancy Prices, 20c, 30 c, 40c. and pair. A most enthusiastic meeting to or- ganize the parish of St. Cvpdan wast held in the Conservatory HaH Sunday evening after the service alnadv received dollars fiom I he iy, two A. R. tliree I. Com- one thousand from Mr. P. L. of military reiire.srnlation at London Horse Show. j In'railways is the iurther irequircmuu for working expenses of the Princr Edward Island railway trade and commerce if responsible for Over eighty were present at the ser- j dollars from for salaries of inspectors, etc. vice and a large majority remained fl.....u....., m ami for' the congregational meeting. The being; in tho Mr. Xantori, a ihuiisand dollars from Iumlcr tllp of and Doctor Galbrailli and a thousand hoi- Manitoba Act. chair immediatolv after appointing! D. 1 Trade commission's eommer- _ i a total 01 ['ighteen thousand I cial asn-ncies require an additional S cam-iSlO.Wlll. Tlu- of labor is tz Rev. V. McMillen chair immediatel IS mill lilts S' warden, the having announced i, ,i M. rr, r s. r rsss Announce so large a beginning. MR. tNAISailTH CONSTABLE CANNED I Men's Hard Felt Hats, in Black. Price. value -SIJ. 's Tweed suits and Tweed Pants. Men's Union Special Over- alls and smocks and suit. Men's Fancy Top ShiHs, pri- ces Si.OO, and tion. Peoples warden, II. Boyd. Vestry, D. A. Simpson, J. R. V lington, R. G. Straver, D. King, IV. j Applebv. A. Harron, J. A. Packer. E. Wilson, K. E. Carver, D. J. Hay, W. P. Roy, L. P. Smith. j Auditors, B. L. Cope, and D. .1. i May. The matter of the financing of the church and also the erection of a building is to be considered bv the vestry is to be considered by the ves- i try on Wednesday evening who are to ,ju. bring in a report to the congregation j at a meeting to be. held aftvr the ser-' I vice next Sunday evening. THERE'S GOING TO BE A RUSH Less Hum weeks from now Easter will be here., Easter .is the time above all others yon need a suit of ejotlies; a new- hat, or a new pair of hoots. Do not delay providing- yourself with these neressities, as you might better have them now, since you will have a larger rano-e to choose from and thereby he better able to satisfy yourself. My first o-reat delivery oi'Xew Spring Suits arrived here last'Saturday !rom the leading res of fashion. 408 THE MEX'S MAN Ivonnd St. Next Eureka Theatre L. Naismith the chairman of the' that he did not look Toronto. M-irch provin- on the proposition as donating order in council adopted on the charity but a 'straight business deal. recommendation of Hon. J. J. Foy, His company had that view of the 'thc attorney general, (he removal of matter when they subscribed to Walter W. Paul, as provincial con- and he felt sure that-tin; rest of the stable at Gowganda and member of businessmen would do the same: Ail; tlif Ontario police force, has been there was to do now was for the men eli'ectod for "conduct injurious to the to get their coats off and saw wood. public service." THE VICE CHAIRMAN _________________ Shepherd, vice chairman of Are you frequently hoarse? Do you campaign in a few words statrd have that annoying tickling in your was confident almost that the ithroat? annoy yor monev could be raised at the nisht' .anVn the morning? Do you want relief? Objects Of Association inn and leave the committee with so. take Chamberlain's Cough Rcm thing (o do. There was no better :edy and yon will pleased. Sold b; advcrtisi-nu-nl tor the city than to he druggist. SCOTCH WHISKY The quality of Whisky deter- mined by e and the materials ufted in ita production. Gilbey'a Spey Royal ia diatffied from pare barley mah in the good old Scotch way, and held orer ten years in Government, bond. w w. A. otaer 1940 j The Real Kstate Association intend 1 up (heir organization so far, ;snid W. R. Dobbin, thi- President. ;ino Herald, by becoming incorporated' and a permanent body. It j.s thoir in- tention to carry on a publicity cam- j pain their own and as far as pos- i sibU- 10 have the real estate business! of the city on a proper basis. The' :x PUT UP THE HEAVY, HOG-PROOF IDEAL WOVEN WIRE FENCE E. PARSONS Westminster Ilojul. School of tho Association primarily ia for the prelection of tho members and of their clients, which in turn will he ia general benefit to tho city. They [will see to il that none hut good rcli- 'ahle men of good character are mom- jbcrs whereas they claim that under jthe license system any kind of man i can get a license and do business if he has the money necessary to buy his license. The Association will en- deavor to keep the business in the hands of dependable men and thus aid in upbuilding tho city. You fence that ii fMI il W heavy. stin" and stronir that it will discournpc any Attempt m rooting. After nn nrgu- mcnt with the IDKAI. your hogs will become thorotiKhly Oisootirajfod of try- ir.p under it. FDEAL is un- doubtedly the fence for you. Tho IDKAT, is; the Onro the railroads purchase of Us v eitrht and quality. hard steel wire through- out. TItavicst galvanizins; on any fence. Rut the TDEAT, lock i? the BIG reason why you should buy the IDEAL fence. N'o loek equal to Jhe IDBAT, in pTipping- tenacity has yet been discovered. Chances are there never will be. When stretched up. IDEAL 5s a very handsome fence. Every strand measures exactly true. Every lock 5s correctly applied. Ton the IDEAL is manufactured by the improved fence machinery, in a piant that is considered a model amnnp fence fac- tories. With such superior manufac- turing facilities the natural result is a fence overshadowing others in quality that Is IDEAL fence. For fur- ther rcssons read our free booklet. For sale only by 6, Afford you tiff ftftffto ;