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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlie .Lethbridire Daily Herald. Saturday, March Tagtfll. SUNNY WHAT AT CARDSTOX Ice Has Gone Out of Lee's of Spring1 Cards ton, March 1'ine has brought on seeding op- era tions wherever the land was fall plowed. Mr. A, ToltiKin was in from Dhe Codvrune Sunday Hie had been seeding on his farm the .preceding Thursday and Friday, luivlng sown fifteen acres of Spring wheat. He also reports J. S. Terrell, a neighbor, formerly of ill. View, as having a GO acre field ready lor the drill. Tiif ice has gradually been worn away in Lee'? Creek and was prac- tically out on Monday -without the usual breakup und deposit of huge I-piles of Ice along its banks. REFORM IN 'CRANBROOK EMPLOYEE IN TROUBLE Accused of Stealing and Selling Goods Alexander O'Connor, an employee ol" The Jobbing Co., was arrested on a warrant on the charge o; stealing and selling goods. He was up before '.Magistrate Mucdou- gall tills morning and remanded till Monday. Hull was fixed at imn- sojf arid rwo sureties of ?500 C. Ives for the Jobbing Co., and K. A. Smith for the defence. Helen Rose was up before ilagis- the charge of keeping a "house of ill fame -but -was discharged, for lack of evidence Babe Parks charged with being an inmate and John' Jones charged with frequenting a house of ill fame were also discharged. William Frederick-son and Duncan Little -were each fined three dollars and -costs for disorderly conduct. Restricted Area to be Moved Outside City Limits in keeping with the general move- ment in the Pass (or a more rigid en- forcement of law and order, the.rate- payers of Cranbrook have decided to remove the Restricted District from the city limits. This has met with considerable opposition, but seventy- livu per cent ol the owners of- proper- ly have demanded a change, and it will have to be made shortly. In accordance with a request from the ministers of the city, Dr. E. W. Con- noliy gave an illustrated address on the Social evil on Sunday evening last to one of the largest gatherings of men ever assembled in Cranbrook. The iOdison Theatre was crowded, many being unable to gain admission. The address was listened to with pro- found attention, and it was a mas- terly presentation of the dire results attending immoral environments. The slides which were obtained from the latest medical and scientific investi- gation formed n lurid illustration to the subject, which will doubtless have considerable influence upon the reform movement in the citv. NEW BARNES COAL MiNC CO. Lethbridge Box 4M BEST COAL ON THE MARKET 25 PER TON Strictly C. 0. D. Car load lots our specialty. Shipped i promptly on receipt of order. Golden West Realty Co, Phone 623 City Agents LOANS SLAUGHTER OF SEALS On improved or for the im- provement of farm lands for one year or less up to five years. MUST BE STOPPED. T _____ i T T CHINA WILL HATE APAKLIAMENT; The alberta Bailway and irrigation, CD. Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on. the Market EACH Situated North of Track CAKD8TONHAS A SMALL FIRE Citizens Find the Value ol' Their Waterworks System HAVERHILL, MASS., THREATENED BY FIRE. HaverhHl, Mass., March 17. The business section of Haverhill was thre- atened with destruction to-day by an early morning fire, which caused a loss To Be Opened at End of Nine Year Period of Preparation. Washington, March Prince Regent of China, according to official advices irora Pekin, has issued an ed- ict, reiterating in the strongest" terms the former declaration that a consti- tutional government and a parliament shall be opened in China at the end of he nine year period of preparation fix Washington, March Taft has come to the conclusion "that the slaughter of seals on the Islands of St. Paul and St. George must be stopped. He has sent a special mes- sage to Congress recommending that tlie government take control of -the is- lands, their inhabitants and the seal tienls, when the present lease to the hunting lights have expired on April JSt. The North American Commercial Co. has the privilege of renewing its lease another term of twenty years, and 'the President recommends that this provuton of the present con- tract be repealed. Twelve years ago the herds there numbered and they have been reduced to while the breeding seals have been re- duced in the same time from The "President declares that such a condition is .the result of i pelagic sealing, which the government has been unable to stop. In the meantime the president suggests jgotiations may be carried on with for- eign nations to prevent pelagic seal- John E. Wells P.O. Box 420 109 Sherlock Blk., Lethbridge T A emonstration of the Visible Typewriters will convince the most skep- tical that it is the best' ma- chine at any price. Others cost more none' bet- ter. I I Do not fail to have your part in the great Y.M.C.A. campaign. Get ypm subscription in to-night. P. 0. Box 261 Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY A EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Dufferin St. Alta. Lethbridge, The Y. M. C. A. campaign closes to- night. Get in your subscription some way or other. of before it could be extin- guished. Three wooden business Cardston, March the board of trade building, the ST. PATRICK'S DAY prompt action on the part of kind i Littlcfield and Horn blocks on Merri- j neighbors the stable and yards of L. [mac street were burned out and sur j ;L. Follett were saved Crom destruc-1 rounding property was for a time ir IS OBSERVED. tion just after the noon hour. danger. The loss on the building A rubbish heap had been left burn- estimated at The remainder ing by Mr. Follett and while out otiof ine loss> is divided among sight the fire caught in the grass andilhe lirms occupying the structures. reached the hay stack some distance i The FIo-vd Tailoring Co., whose dam- north-east. Harry Lee saw the dan- is is the heaviest individ- gcr, phoned the alarm to the power lual loser- STELLATTON ON FIRE house, and then with his team made i a quick run for the hose cart. Al-iACADIA AT though almost a block from the near- est hydrant, a stream of water was I _ soon playing on the fire, just in time Halifax, March The back slope to save the stable, as a few moments jof the Acadia Coal Company's mine a-: delay or an ordinary west wind would 'Stellatton is on fire, and ,the outlook have allowed the fire to make such 'is serious for some time. headway as to have totally destroy- the last Couple of days the 111 Big Cities of the States Tail in Procession. i'il the buildings aml yard, some twelve tons of hay As it was i fire has worked clown through the were con-i.shales from the upper slope into the LETHBRfROE. Mr. David Spencer was hero 01 the- hose company. But theior.e for it. lias boon decided lo wall in the BUIIjDING ISOOM. horses which sot away from him af- rlln being al ilis ranph from Moose "Jaw. Claresholm, March Cluresholm The meeting ot the baseball club may be a liUle behind other towns Uie other night was mostly talk and SETTLERS' RECORD Another train load of s ettiers" ef- in the way of buildings but she is'lnothinp of importance was done. An-it-ccls arrjvcd todny: now able to make a start that will other mot-ting will be held shortly at j Fleming from Ponoka leave some- them in the shade. The which it, is hoped to a number of} Lethbridge first hfSintnngs of the new era ot.the prominent citizens oui. Walters J'rom Berlin. Ont.. brick'and stone erections was made' The V.M.C.A. hold a social meet- yesterday when a start was made in? the Oddfellows Hall tomorrow j A McDonald from Xewton the prepar.itions for moving night. Invitations have been issued Clark's store at the corner o; Rail-' to most'of-the citizens and about 125 i wav and Third Avenue across the arc expected. It is hoped that much F_ G Clark, .from street to make way for the new be: done in Claresholm to help brick building. Others will soon.this good work on. follow. Another Chinese restaurant is bcinc; The water tower is about finished opened here by a Chinaman from High and it is a prominent object for miles River. This makes three Chinese S. of Macleod was here restaurants. is the. enterprise yesterday looking for three stray of the white man. W. A. berta-to Gout is from Northern The Y. M. C. A. campaign closes t< night. Get in your subscription some i great Y.M.C.A. car-paign. way or other. [subscription in to-night. New York, March of New York by the thousands joined to day in carrying out enthusiastically the programme aranged for one of the most elaborate celebrations in hon- or of Ireland's patron sain: that the city, has witnessed. Although .the morning dawned murkily, as the time I approached for the main feature of the day's programme the parade ol or more sons of Erin up Fifth avenue, that the patriotic celebrates intended 'to. defy all inclemencies and mjister tho most brilliant throng thai ever marched up the stately avenue on Si. Patrick's Day. Despite the bad weather, the street along the roure of the parade were j crowded from an early hour. The gremest throng seeking the neighbor- hood of the stands in front of St. Pat- j rick's where the pantdera New York. March Rev. B.j passed in review before Archbishop pastor of the Prcsbv-1 F.-n-ley, other church dignararies. re- jieiian church the Redeemer. i of rhf; city government tOjerson, X. who was reported, nrssir.i; j and notables in many walks of life. j yesterday, and whom i; was! parade of the Hibernian order i'.) J said a sui: for divorn- had been filed j wore rju, j-egnlaaion har, dark clotlies, iduiiu.-u io-iiay lit- Vinii uisajjijuareu; whitc gloves and the badge1 uf the or- toior .tliar he had any knowledge of a di- The shamrock was in ovi jvorco siii-i. Tho pastor retiirnr-i! J everywhere, and the display of home on Monday nighr, followirg a was notable Throughout the ciry.. to Nov.- York for an orvnstinn. j Chicago, March buried! emblems, banners and btuu-j to-j Do not fail to hav? your part in the j ,ng, Chicago lo-day received Vrfisidojy. the prompt action of tbe volunteer j fire by men goini: in for this purpose brigade nothing would have been sav-Jas far down the slope as pos- ed, so we are again glad to have ajsilile. In ilie a fire ex- waterworks system and willing hands [tingjiishing apparatus has been sent to properly utilize it. tor to .the Sidney mines. MISSING PASTOR TURNS UP. Saftey Deposit Boxes THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Are now occupying their new offices Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent C. G. K. NOURSE, Manager Total Assets Oct. 30, 1909 Over S42.OOO.OOO. Within Ten Years you are sure, at some time, to either wan tor needafew hundred dollars in cash. If things go wrong you'll need they go right you'll want it to take advantage of some of the financial opportunities that come your Conid you by your hand on a few hundred to-day? .The surest to prepare for that to open a Savings Account at once in this Bank, and to add to it as ot'teti and as regularly as you can. We will add Interest at highest current rates. Savings Department at every Branch. Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sts I J R. ANDERSON Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward I Mnnager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Baillic, Manager. Get correctly applied. Trcii see is manufactured the improved fence machinery, in a plan; that is considered a model amonc fac- tories. With such superior manufac- turing facilities the natural fence overshadowing otiirrs in quality that is IDEAL V'or fur thcr reasons read our free booklet. trrms any attempt nt After an argu- mnnt with the IDEAL your hops will become thoroughly of try- ir.t? to pet uruler it. Tho is doubtcdly the fence for ym. The IDEA I., is tho frnro purchase because of its weight and quality. Xo. wiro through- out. Heaviest on any fence. But the JDKAl, lock is the BIG reason why you snonlrl buy the IDKAT. fence. No lock equal to the IDEAL in gripping- tenacity has yet been discovered. Chances are there never will be. V.'hen stretched up, if? a very handsome rrnce. Every strand measures exactly true. Every lock is For sate only by your. Taft as its gncst in one of tbe biggest St. Patrick's Day celebrniions that iho has ever known. From the time ho stopped oil" hi? special train nt T.nO a.m.. tho Prcsi- i saw hardly a building or any in- dividual 7hat was no; decorated in green. Met at thr- by a Xa- tiona' Guard Koiiimon; and a big rot cop: ion commit too. Pn-sidcnt Toft swung into I ho line of St. Patrick's Day parade, which started from Michi- gan avenue !o the dowmown district and escorted him to tho Ln Salic ho iel. Tho Provident came to (.'hicago as tho of tho Irish fellowship olnh, and tho emire day. until his do j pnrturo for Uochcstor. N.Y., at. clover i o'clock to-night, crowded wiir {events. Fifty sqnnro fi ot of sod 'brought from Ireland wore pxit in the hanquot. hall for tho Irish fellowship club banquet this evening. IIKADQUAK- TKRS St., Phone 44S The Molsons Bank Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 76 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Rates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms DEPARTMENT Deposits of SI and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deposit at highest rates Uhbrioge Branch, Rgdpath St. K. D. JOHNSON, Diamond City Branch, D. C. MORRISON, Manager H: ;