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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Paiiy Herald, Thursday, March NEW BARNES COAL MINE CO. Lethbridge Box 4% BEST COAL ONTIIE MARKET y Strictly C. 0. D. Car load lots our d specialty. Shipped promptly on receipt of order. HALLEY'S COMET IS NOW VISIBLE Golden West Realty Co. Phone 623 City Agents I T i I T T On improved or for the im- provement of farm lands for 3! one year or less up to five X years. v _ John E. Wells P. O. Box 420 109 Sherlock Blk., Lethbridge M-H-I-H-4- May Be Seen At Twilight With Field Glasses Cambridge, Mass., Mar. ley's comet may now be seen on nights when conditions are favorable witji the aid of an ordinary field The most favorable time to look for it is between 6.30 and "7.30 p.m., with the glass somewhere .above where the sun sets. The Har- vard observatory forces have the wan- derer focused nightly on their big j telescopes, and some interesting pho- j tographs of its development are beiag j made. Professor E. C. Pickering, director of the Harvard observatory, says "The cornet is at present in the twilight region. It is in the line of the sun and its brightness is dimmed by tiie lustre of the great centre of the solar system. Besides it has not yet attained its maximum bril- liancy. That will be May 18. It will be visible all through April, but at its brightest in May. At about that time, if clouds do not obscure it, it will be a dazzling sight. About a third of the heavens will be colored with a fiery gold, its great flashes of light will play from one part of the heavens to another, and the will be remembered for generations. Halley's comet has been noted for its brilliant i I I Jewelry Engraving ami Repairing Sheet Music z.nd Musical Supplies MclNTYRE i .ERICKSON Electroplating a Specialty Cranbrook B.C. Phone 121 Armstrong Ave. Page 11. How Halley's Comet will appear to the naked eye ANXIOUS ABOUT TAFT'S DECISION Standard' t Visible T- P. 0. Box 261 Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY A EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. T 414 Dufferin St.. Lethbridge, Alta. SIX MILLION FOR MONTREAL HARBOR Ottawa, March government is to loan the Montreal Harbor Com- mssioners according to a notice of motion given by Mr. -Fielding to-night. This is to complete exist- ing works in the harbor and for addi- tional facilities. On Trade Agreement Be- tween Canada and the United States Ottawa, March decision of President Taft in respect to applica- tion of maximum and minimum tar- iff against Canada is being awaited here with much interest. -'It is likely that the matter of negotiations will he brought up in the House but so far it has not' been h'roached through a desire not to prejudice or hamper in any way the situation, -requiring delegate and diplomatic handling. With regard to the story from Washington that misconception exists as to the operating effect of the United States tariff andV that -the av- erage is only around 11 per cent., it is learned that such-, was the attitude taken in the negotiations here by Messrs. Emery and Pepper. The Canadian, answer is that this may be true in respect to commod- ities admitted to United States, pri- marily, for, the benefit pi the con- sumer, and incidentally for the Can- adian exporter, hut it does not take into- account the great volume of Canadian products which are kept out of the American market through a prohibitive tariff. Feeling here still is optimistic and whatever may1 be the judicial inter- preparation of the situation it is felt that the president having regard to the marked balance of trade in favor of the United States will not be dis- posed to disturb the condition if there is any way out of it. THE SAUCE THAT MAKF5 IMF WHOLE WORLb HUNGr., WORCESTERSHIRE DIRECTORS OF YOUNG WOMEN'S HOME Ladies Are Getting Along Wei) Collecting Funds A -i Auction bale Of Valuable i Consisting of Lots 50 ft. x 150 ft. up to 5 acres each, in the TOWN OF RAYMOND here will he sold by Public Auction at the Town Hall, Raymond, the following Lots and Acreage, free from incumbranees, 'belonging to the Raymond Land Investment Co.. Ltd. ON MONDAY, MARCH 28TH At 10.30 o'clock a.m. The ladies in charge ot the work ol getting the Young Women's Home under way are meeting with consid- erable success. Below is givea a list of the subscriptions received- since the last list was published.. The ladies have organized and ap- pointed thdr -directors as Mrs. A. E. Humphries Mrs. W. H. Conibear, Miss Currie, Mrs. A. L. Foster, Mrs. T. S. Mc- Kenxie, and Mrs. J. F. Rodgers. The auditors appointed are T. S. McKen- zie, G. and Mr. Thompson. They have succeeded in securing the services oi a very highly recommend- ed matron in the person of Miss L- Steedman of Toronto, who is at pre- sent matron of the Aged Women's Home in that city, The list of subscribers Louis N. Harbeke W. A. Blenner Hassett J. S. Stewart- E. N. Higinbotham A. J. Crowley 5.00 2.00 1.00 Lots Block Raymond S, II 10 64 15 and 16 5 2 1 acres) ____ 77 51 60 (14 61 34 2 and 3 1 14 1 2 (f> acres) 5 and 6 58 64 105 1S2 2039 I 2039 1 2039 I 4481) .1 2030 T 203ft I 2039 T 2039 t 2039 I 2039 I 2039 I 2030 I 2039 1 4489 J 44S9 J Lots 17 and IS...... 17 12 3 1 2 (5 each.. fi4 1 to 4 Hlock Raymond I 10 4, 7 to 10. I 175 .1S2 183 ISfi Itti 3 to 10 11 T 10 59 11, 12 13 5 S. 30 ft. Lot 2.. 3 (5 acres) ...110 2 months at 6 per cent. A. W. H. THOMPSON I W