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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LetiibridRf Daily Herald, FOR LOW PRICES AND SATISFACTION TRY The Meltzer Furniture Co. CORNER ROUND AND DUFFERIN STS. SPRING SALE OF FURMTURE, STOVES 3 AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STILL ON S OLD NAN HAD LARGE FORTUNE DISCUSSION ON POWER QUESTION CommoBS Had Wirp Debate On St. Lawrence Power Andrew R. Murdoch, of Watadord, Ont., ipassed through the city yester- day. M. L. Miller, oJ Stirling, passed through the city yesterday on his re- turn from Medicine Hat. v Kreti Gow leaves for the cast to- night to buy a stock of shoes which up in the Toronto, Mar. 15. In examining Uie effects of the late Jonathan Gra- ham, an old man who lived retired at tlie residence of K. C. Scwcll on ShUcr St., for the past two years, securities were found valued at be- tween "and A brother in Rcgina has been notified. Are you frequently hoarse? Do you have that annoying tickling in your throat? Does your cough annoy you at night, and do you raise mucus in the morning? Do you want relief? If so. take Chamberlain's Cough Rem- edy and you will be pleased. Sold by druggist. FINE BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING Winnipeg, March Can ad- km 'Bank ol' Commerce will erect one of the finest buildings in Canada nn the site of the present "bank on Main St., and the property joiiving. The present -structure is to he taken down and rebuilt In Reglna. MANITOBA FARMER WAS FOUND DEAD. Winnipeg, March Bead- ry, aged 70 years, a pioneer of Mani- toba, and vice-president of the Wood- lands Agricultural Society, was found dead on the prairie a few rods from bis house at St. Eustace, yesterday morning. Deceased came west 28 years ago. He Las two sons living at Montreal. The cause of death is sup- I posed to be heart disease. A Special Buy FIVE ROOM HOUSE FACING EAST 50 foot lot, house well built, live good rooms plastered, painted; good cellar, city water, nice porch; property fenced. cash, balance easy terms. Live Wires Lonnquist-Sharp Co. 11-12 Southard Block, Upstairs. Ottawa, March. 15. The pent the entire day on, private bills, there being no less ,than twenty-three ou the order paper to be dealt with. The bulk of the time, however, was spent on two of the more contentious ones, the Nelson River Railway com- pany bill and the act incorporating the St. Lawrence Power Transmis- sion company. The first, which occasioned a great fight in the railway committee ex- tending over several days on the question of granting franchises to a private company for the control of valuable water powers were passed to-dav after another series of strenu- ous objections on the part of Hough- ton Lennox, and Hradhury, of Sel- kirk, that there should )c some defi- nite statement from the government as to thA future policy regarding con- serving the natural resources for the people and not turning them over to he will JJlock. Miss H. K. Harrison, of Macleocl, and her niece, Miss Marion Foster, of Winnipeg, are in the city, the guests of Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Lytle, North Lethbridge. Pat] McFarlane. pleaded guilty when half of 'contract is com- pleted tl.OO an acre on completion of contract. On March 28 another meeting will be held at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge, to perfect organ- ization and elect officers. Jn the meantime A. J. Lip ton, ol Stirling, is secretary-treasurer, pro. tern. Mark Hambourg In Beethoven's "Moonlight" Sonata he went into the depth of its poetry ;and brought frwn it so marvellous a rendering that ono seemed to have no standard .with" which to compare him. Mall Church, Thur., Mar. 17.. The Caledonian Football Club will turn out on Friday evening on the public square at 6 p.m. sharp for a atj practice game. The committee are the city police court yesterday on with the players that the charge of disorderly conduct and was fined and costs. Norman B. Peat has resigned bis position in the passenger department of the C.P.R'., and will enter into the real estate and insurance busi- ness in this city in company with 0. A. Peat. i K. Griffith has bei appointed comprised last year's team and sev- eral new players just arrived from Scotland, a first-class team will be ready when the season opens to up- hold the honor of the Callles. The "A" Moore, Anderson, Glen, Smith, Mcllvena, Fleming, Scott, McKar, Crawford and Milne. nn Team-McDonald, Harvey, John ticket clerk at .the C.P.R. depot, sue- 8ton, Wardrop, Kelly, Leitch, Simp- ceedmg N.'B. Peat, -who is going in- son, Page, Moore, and Oliver', to the real estate business. Dr. Beaumont, of Spokane city. He has large land south of Taher. is in the interests an improvement was noticed at the union" depot to-day. Since the platform lias been so crowded lately private individuals. the puhlic had (iu'ite a time on the The Mr. Pugsley, who phUform dodsins Between the spoke for the government in the ab-'jCar; the aml express trucks- sencc of the minister of railways, Lanf ,thc carts and carriaScs "f was that there was nothing in tita ,porters- But the C-P" ordered the hotel por- bill giving the company powers of: expropriation and the rights of the people were adequately and safely safeguarded. To-night there was an outbreak ot hostilities over the St.- Lawrence: ,r, rr n The Y.M. C.A. needs large efts. power transmission bul. This is tue U-ut (This campaign comes once in'a 1 Uc- legislation which had a stormy life in the private bills committee and the side ,01-the street., And it is a change .for 'the better, as there is more room there for them to line up [was reported bv" that body i alter sev- 'efal of its faults, had been with- drawn by Clifford Sifton. He understood the bill was merely a preliminary to another and larger scheme which would be introduced shortly and would be the twin of a bill passed by the legislature of New York state. In regard to the present bill the danger lay in the fact that parlia- JUST. ARRIVED From the Manufacturers Men's Soft Felt Hats, lat- est styles "in Moss, Cadet, Cinn and black Prices: and 25. Men's mere Socks, in black and 'fancy Prices; 20c, 25c 30c, 40c, and' 55e "pair.. ment liad in 1894; powers to a company to dam the St. Lawrence, .but did not have powers. transmission The Western Union Telegraph Co. have JL new rule under which they will send a .telegraph letter up to fifty words at for the same rate as charged :for a ten-Void telegram in the 'flay time. Last night 'at the Co'aldale Hptel the plbwmni ol this District ized Plowmen of Lethbridge Dis'trict." ft vas cided to charge ra umforrh price the de- of four dollars per "acre for breaking terms, as folVows: an acre when equipment is on the ground ready to work an acre when quarter of a contract is completed Silent Salesmen Showcases are indispensable in a retail store. Our prices place high grade salesmen within reach of all. Ask Tor catalogue. THE D. R. MclNTYRE FURNITURE CO. Tilsonburg, Ont. ALBERTA REPRESENTATIVE GEO. WHELEN Box 687 Lethbridge, Alta Men's Hard Felt Hats, in Black. Price, S2.50; value Tweed suits and Tweed Union Special Overalls and smocks and Fancy Top Shirts, prices arid fl.75 E. PARSONS Westminster Road, Opp. H Y D MAN ATT R ESS Ezra J'imes Hyndinann of Bow- viLle, Alta., formerly of Ont., and Miss Eva 'Mabel Naitatss, ot PaUatte, N. D., but formerly of Ont., were 'married at Wesley parsonage yesterday atbetaoon at one o'clock, bv Rev. T. P. Verry. EVANGELESTIC SERVICES ARE XWELL ATTENDED The evangelistic services in V'ost- minster church last year were well attended. The interest in tnese meet- ings is steadily growing and the promises to 'be a very successful one. Last night Miss' 'Morton spoke "on the "Omnipotence of The subject tonight -will be "A Vision ol God." Miss Ball will have some spe- cial music. i" fa m 'A A "A 315 ARE UP TO THE MINUTE W. M. P. Barracks Remember we only had a carload and there are only 16 pianos in a carload, and we have only 7 Pianos Left and these will be gone by Saturday night, so you will have to come at once. Our great reduction in price is made by us in order to establish in the minds of the people of Lethbridge that we have opened a branch and the lo- cation of this branch. We are prepared to pay this price for the advertising. Our loss is your gain, Come at once and Save to WE ARE HERE TO STAY AND WILL ALWAYS REMAIN AMONG YOU MASON RISCH PIANO CO. LIMITED Conservatory Building Factory Branch ;