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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald; Friday, March Warning! Some people seem to think that the only way to sell their own property is to knock something else. We doii't do business that 'way, AVe don't claim to have a monopoly of all the lots iit Fort George. know that our's are the best that can he bought, that's all. And what we sell MARK HAMBOURG'S GREAT RECITAL j Pianist Finds Most Appreciative Audience Last Night we can immediately deliver and titles. give reenterable Since it was first that Mark Hambourg, the i pianist, was actually to play in Lilh bridge, local lovers o! good irusic have looked forward If, t'.c in store for them. Thc audience, though not so numerous as il should, have been to heal: so eminent an ar- tist, might still IKi called ;i concert incln-lal 'jiute a large number of appreciative visitors from 'Other towns the fame of the great Hambourg. It is safe to say that, despite great expectations of the audience, all who j heard Mr! Hambourg last evening i wen- more than .surprised. In the i West we necessarily lose our sense of I Fort George is the geo- graphical and strategic commercial centre of Hri tisli Columbia. Central British Colum- bia is as large and as rich in natural resources Minnesota and North Da- kota combined. Central British Colum- bia has no railroads in op- eration now. The nearest railroad ir in D minor- originally com- T> by J. K. Bach for the pipe or- )Ciatl011 IS tllC -L lV..Ijran. arranged hv Tansiir fnr tho nta- wiucbis 320 miles distant musical perspective for want of er standards'of comparison, and; is really great looms the larger j than in the Kast whore the first rate i is less rarely hoard. i Indeed, Mark Hambburg's western: tour marks :a distinct epoch in our musical experience, for though we have heard some of the famous sing- ers and violinists of the East, this is the first vis-it from a pianist of Mr. Mamhourjr's class. Prom the first number to the close i of thc programme the audience listen-, ed with rapt attention and the ap-j plause at limes rose to thc ovation point. .The opening number Toccato and Seven lines of railroad. Trunk Pacific, arc build- ing and projected to Fort gan, arranged by Tansig for thc pia- no, was beautifully rendered, especial- ly the Fugue, in which the subject, answer and development were brought tllC Grand 'oufc with perfect -clearness, and the brilliant octave passages in the left hand, which imitated the pedal pass- ages in the original edition, were a masterpiece of technique. rp The Sonata Appassionala of Beeth- 1'lie I LlSt railroad Will QVvn ttle audience in rapt atten- rCACll Fort in 1911 !tion- The execution of this number rm -i V AfTTorp as rendered bv Mark Hambourg was ihese railroads MLbl lid aloilg' the vr 01 keep Oll't. _( I- Ort George IS at junction Of the Water- rru -t AY a V S. ,_....! railroads ITIllSt COme tO Port reaches Eort George it AY ill make capable of de- velopment the immensely along the navigable the jimc- a revelation to those among the au- dience to whom the Sonata was fa- The second movement especially the i was listened to almost breathlessly. In the second part of thc program, one oi thc mosi appreciated numbers was the Nocturne in G, in which the double notes in the right hand were ,1 -i -i vervclearlv brought out, but with ut- When thc first railroad most .dolicacv The two preludes, in B Hat Minor and D Hat Major (not A flat as stat-1 cd in the were perhaps better known to the audience, as was also the Valse in A fiat. The Andante Spianato was very beautiful and the Polona'isc very bril- liant and inspiring. tion of which "Fort Georo-e' As an l'ncore to tllis part'of thc programme Mr. Hambourg played Chopin's Study in F Minor with re-j rich territory 1000 miles of Avnterwavs at is located. Three lines of steam- boats .now. on these AY a t c r w a vs. AI o r e s t e a i n boats are building. future of .E o r t markafole evenness of touch. Moskowski's Ktude, "The Waves" was a intricate piece, which only a pianist of such remarkable skill could perform. The Volkslirtl, of Mark Hambourg's own composition, was a charming num. George docs not on the of railrond. The traffic from the territory along 1000 miles oi' navigable waterways will be transferred to the railroads at Fort George. Will the railroads gr after it? Docs a fly likr sugar? We offer for a short time only thc choicest lots at Tort George for sale at and each, pay- able down an (US'10 per month. 10 per cent, dis- count for cash. The government of tish Columbia ownsonc- of the iots and guarantees the title. Only those who ac- quickly will get in at these prices. Call or write for furth- er information. Night's Dream; arranged by was so heartily en- j One that Mr. Hamhourg responded by playing "La Source" by Leschc-j tizky, which brought the programme to o close amidst rapturous applause. The Hambourg recital is another triumph for the V.M.C., which dar- ing the years of iis existence 'has done much to provide good entertainment for the people of Lethbridge. J. Jones. LOOK FOR THE C. T. ELECTRIC SIGN SEED POTATOES To- Be BARGAIN INSURGENTS STANDING FIRM (Continued from Front Page.) C, TOTE'S The Jeweler. Bound St. Beside (iood's In order to re- duce his stock M.r. Tate decided to introduce the mm DAY i'eatnro and tomor- row is the first of the scries. 439 Winch Building Vancouver, B.C. Himois-Aita, Realty Co Local. Agents Johnson Block Lethbridge I i i o I NORTH DAKOTA per bushel FOB Coal- dale. Out of twenty, varie ties tested on rny farm this- potato excels ail in the yieJd and quality. EARLY OHIOS, PURE same prices: ail potatoes have been carefully sorted, all small and having been removed. 1 guar sntee them all to be sound. Prices subject to change No order taken to be shipped Tor loss than pounds. "We nut quote prieos this week but invite you to call and investigate what these Bargain Days mean. reductions in everything tomor- Watch for our Ad. every Friday. There will be no Saturday session.' U'lkk'i- pressure by H. 3. Hennctt 'the J'rerak'r acknowledged yesterday that lhe committees were Jiow developing a tendency lo get down to work and lie thought it likely there would be no necessity lor. a Saturday session. Some of the members also protested against a night session and after a lively little discussion the Premier consented to adjourn the J louse till tomorrow afU-rnoon. Two bills were finally passed and five were dealt with in committee of the whole. RAYMOND'S POWER The act respecting the Diamond Coal Co. has finally passed together with the act granting additional pow- ers to the town of Raymond. Jn the committee, of the whole Mr. Cote's bill respecting the land sur- vcyors wftidi incorporates a provjn- ciai'society of Dominion Land Sur- veyors'in which .-all Dominion Land Surveyors must register before prae- t icing in this province. There was passed the Cards ton bill confirm- ing bylaws and the Great West Per- manent Loan bill. The bill incorpor- ating the High River General Hos- pital passed. Hon. Mr. Marshall's bill which to nullify the mort- gaujf-s on land1 taken by implement companies in the sale of implements was discussed and will be considered again on Friday. R. B., Bennett, Calgary, secured an' amendment to the act which provided that it shall not apply to charges upon land made by -irrigation companies for agricul- tural irrigations.. Edmonton, March insur- gents in the Legislature will ask for the adjournment of the house after the temporary estimates are passed until the royal commission has com- pleted its investigation of the Great Waterways deal. If the -overnment do not accede to this, they" face cer- tain defeat in the House for several of their supporters arc anxious that they may return to their constituen- cies. A LOCAL BUDGET The Imperial Development Co. have a party of land seekers looking over the district. At a meeting of the Trades and a.ahor Council last night S. W. Tuck well was appointed to represent the council on the Board of Trade. Mrs. C. F. 1J. Conybeare and Miss j C'onyboare left last night on 'an exten- ded trip' to Europe. They "will sail, on the steamship Carpathia of the i Cunard line, for Gihralter, Genoa and Naples. The St. Patrick's Congregational tea party at the residence of Mrs. on the evening of St. Pat- rick's Day, was quite an enjoyable success. There is a great rush in the im- j piemen t business this year. T. S. i Mackenzie reports that since the first iof November last he has, unloaded no fewer than forty carloads of farm [implements. The implements are KO- ing is fust as they come in and Mr. Mackenzie says that the business exceeds all expectations.' On Wednesday evening a vestry meeting oi St. Augustin's Church, was held. R. 12- Sherlock. H. A. I. MacDougall and C. B. Bowman appointed delegates to the Syn- od with Wm. Ingram, ft. A. Smith and R. A. Cunningham as alternates i Sydney -.Jackson and E. A. Sharman I were elected vestrymen in the place oi IT. Hovel and L- Cope, resigned. Hudsons Bay Co Never before in the history of our years of selling in Lethbridge have we been able to present to you such beautiful garments at such prices as we are now showing in .the ladies department Ladies fine all wool Panama Skirts in Grey Black. Navy, Brown, Cardinal and Cream, kilt pleated flounces in all sizes, Prices to .Just arrived, a shipment of the very latest novelties in Voile Skirts, in blacks only, trimmed with bias cut silk bands. Some are made in tunic effect, others pleated and stretched nine inches below the hip Prices to', J. H. PILLARS, OF COALDALE MEETS WITH ACCIDENT. .1. H. Pillars, of Coaldale, met with an unlortunatc accident while work- ing with his gasoline engine day be- fore yesterday, ami as a result will loso two lingers. Ho is in the Ga.lt Hospital r.ow. WATCH FOK THE C. T. EVENT Ladies' white underskirts maJe with, all over embroid- ery flounces................................................... Prices to S3.50 fc. SPECIAL FOR TODAY ONLY White Skirts made of fine English cotton with lawn (Jounce trimmed with "two rows of Torchon insertion and lace edging........................ Regular, S2.05, to clear' at Sl.Ou Men's Hats We have a complete showing of Men's and Boys' Hats. Stetson, American make; Christie's Eng- lish make. Meii's Stetson Hats in latest stylos and shades from....................................... to Men's Christies in Light Brown. Dark Brown, Fawn and Green................................................ Special Line oi Black Crush Hats- from to 1.50 Boys Hats in latest styles and colors from............................................................... to Wo have a cheaper line of Men's Hats in all the newest shapes and colors from to Spuciul display of Men's Four in Hand Ties......................................................... 35c.. 50c., and GO.. A large' assortment of Ready-Made Bows and Ties............................................. 25c., 35c., and 50c. Gent's Four in Hand Tartan Ties 50c- Uov's Windsor Ties in Colors, Polka Dots, and Tartan 35c.. 3 for Puritan Self-Raising Flour makes nice cakes per pkt. 25c. Mapleine per bottle 50c. Evap. Peaches per Ib. lOc. Evap. Apples per Ib. 12 l-2c Evap Pears Ib.. 12 l-2c. Seeded Haisi-ns 3 pckts. for Corn Flakes f> Oranges, Lemons, Bamnnis and Veg- ptables -at lowest prices. Garden Seeds in great variety. Shoe Special Blend India Ceylon Golden Tips Pucked in' 1 Ib.. 3 Ib., 5 lfa.r and 10 Ib. tins. Also in 1-2 lead packets i 1 1 Don't forget to see liiin tomorrow whether you buy or 1101. These Bargain Days are going lo amount to some- thing. t