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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta t '.if- r M The Lethbjridge Daily Herald 21.1910. ANOTHER SNAP House in Duff Addition, five rooms, plastered and painted, stands on six This place is worth The owner instructs us to sell for Easy terms if you want them LOTS- We We tliem Two choice Building Lots in Duff A special bargain See us if you want to buy or sell LONNQUIST-SHARP CO. 11-12 Southard Block Open evenings FIELDING AND TAFT HAD MEETING Albany, N. Y., March tar- iff conference between ]'resident Tatt and Minister Fielding, of Canada to- day did not result in a definite con- clusion. An official statement issued bythe President declared that "the situation remains one of friendly ne- gotiation." The signs are said to be hopeful. ADVOCATES CITY BEAUTIFUL A Lonnquist Says Spring Cleaning Work is Necessary WITHDRAWAL OF SAVINGS MONEY Feature Of Banking Report Of Last Month cannot too strongly endorse your editorials advocating cleaner said A. 'Lonnquist to a Herald report- er today, "arid I 'think a regular clean- ing week would be strictly in order. The streets get. dirty because rubbish from adjoinn'g vacarrt lets 'blows out over dhem and it Is no use trying to clean the streets wihout cleaning up the adjoining 'property. Any man with any civic pride at all is willing and anxious to join in a spring clean-' ug movement of tihis kind and all that is required now is leadership." ENTHUSIASTIC TREE PLANTER IN THE CITY jsong that monev. cannot bo bought with A TEA-TOWEL SOCIAL A fanu with a good grove will sell rapidly -and at a higher price than one without for it is not only (Continued from Front Page.) imoEe attractive but more home-like. an inducement to the farmer ten straw and hay to keep down the and his family to remain on the farm, weedsand retain the- moisture. j" every farm possessed such n. grove! We now have, twenty-five years at- trce claim act was VC1T if _ 'onlv so manv been commut- tcr first planting, cottonwoods from ed into homesteads and, preemptions. would have been more four to six feet in circumference; ash about thirty-two inches in circumfer- groves, and the country would ence; some ash that are very rapid been much more benefitted in have everv growers making shoots from four to 'iVaJ'. Groves temper the climate; eight feet in one 'season. .the more groves the less extremes of hot and cold winds. They increase The box elder makes a good wind break. The grove now .supplies us lhe moisture, snow will accumulate with firewood-and protects "us in win- in the bV -drifting in from the ter from severe storms and snow Plowed ground, melt more slowly un- drifts, and in summer from hot south det: Protection of the trees tnan winds. Stock "in the; barn-yard in on tht-' and he taken UP the winter, and pasture in summer, shel- loosc- mulched ground, tered bv_trees will do much, better The planting of trees on the prairie than without that shelter. It gives was not a burden, but a pleasure; a us great pleasure in summer to havo pleasure from the first preparins; of the trees populated' with many use- 'the ground to the planting oi the ful and beautiful birds, building their 'seeds and saplings. And it was this nests and rearing their young, and which marie the burden light and the filling the air with sweet music and work easy. The young ladies who are collect- ing for the Y. M. Home, will enter- tain in the basement of Wesley Church March 22nd, from 8 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. They extend a cordial invitation to all the young men and women of the city and especially any strangers. A programme will be provided and re- freshments served during the evening. Admission fee will Tea- Towel." The young arc- planning a series of social evenings, the admis- sion fee in each case to be some ar- ticle of use for the Y. W. Home. SPEAKER'CANNON WAS REPUDIATED Insurgents Beat Him In A Vote In the House Of Representatives Ottawa, March outstand- ing feature of the February bank statement' is the indication of lajrge from the savings and ac- counts, presumably for business in- vestments. On the other hand the banks appear to have curtailed their credits of call account as compared. with the show- ing for February. Thus deposits on demand, that is on current accounts, are returned at a decease of during the month. Savings deposits show a decline of nearly a million standing at the end of the month at The withdrawals of foreign certifi- cates of Canadian banks are even more marked, amounting for the month to nine arid a half million dol- lars, namely, in Jan uary to The circulation of notes shows a decrease of fivej mil- lions during February. The extent to which the banks have decreased have shown that short loans in Can- ada show a decrease of over two mil- lion dollars while call and short loans by Canada banks have fallen oCf by seven and a half million -dollars. For the accommodation of business inter- ests in Canada the hanks have largely increased their landings, another in- dication of confidence in the continua- EMPEROR WILLIAM OPENED EXHIBITION. Washington, March House of Representatives by a vote of 182 to 160 today repudiated speaker Can- non and (his organization." By this 'unexpectedly large majority it over- ation of business prosperity. On January 31st the banks had out on lands in Canada on current ac- At the end of February the amount stoo count, the sum pf ruled his decision and insisted uponsat an average of resolution of Norris of Nebraska providing for a reorganization of the committee on rules, with the speaker eliminated. Representative Norris offered a sub- stitute for the pending resolution fix- ing the membership of the rules com- mittct at ten instead of fifteen as he originally proposed and similarly pro- viding for the elimination of the i speaker therefrom. Berlin, March Prince Frederick William opened to-day the American Ait Exhibition. He came'CEREAU COMPANIES large staff to the galleries of the Royal Academy, where there were several hundreds of distinguished per- sons in the artistic and social life of Berlin The Ladies' Store Easter Suit Sale S2O.OO CLARKE CO. WE Phone 453 SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block FORM-A MERGER Lindsay, Ont., March huge cereal .mining merger n-as ;been forui- eu euJOKicmg eigm large milling com- panies. TJie merger was announced here Saturday. It 'will (be called tihe Canadian Cereal and Milling Co. The head office will 'be in Toronto. The companies involved are: Tillson Tu'tsonburg; Flavelle -Milling Co. of Linusay; f. i.U'cIiKOSh and tion-s, To- IOJUQ; Ames Wilson and Sons, Fer- gus; Walter .Thompson and Sons of London; Woodstock Cereal Co., of Woodsi.ock; D. 'R. Ross and Son ot Embro: Martin Bros., LMount Forest; D. Flavelle of the Flavelle Milling Co., Lindsay, is the president. IT'S GOING TO BE A WEEK OF GREAT ACTIVITY SPLENDID BARGAIN ATTRACTIVENESS AND i I In reviewing the garment business thus far, we're amazed at the figure presented. We've solo" about double 'the amount of last season up to date, and the season is still young. This is a distinct tribute to the fairness of the prices asked and to our ability to furnish styles that have won your approval. We're not content, however, with view- ing past achievements with satisfaction. We want to establish a record this week that will far surpass all previous efforts and to this end have gathered a collection of new- est style suits unequalled in beauty and style attractiveness, and marked at a price which is certain to meet with a splendid re- ception. Coats are short, semi-fitting, okirts full pleated Nstyle, neat trimming of soutache, moire silk braid and buttons, materials are absolutely pure wool serges and worsteds, shown in colors navy, old rose, grey, wister- ia, Copenhagen and black. Perfect in fit and shape keeping abilities. All alterations free. OUR EASTER SHOWING OF WEAK TIIIAGS The most pretentious stock of stylish new suits, coats, skirts, waists, af- ternoon and street dresses city has ever known, at.prices thai will undoubtedly prove of unusual interest to economical buyers. BRILLIANTS FROM DIAMOND CIT1 tlers ings LTp Diamond 18. Diamon City' is already feeling its effects o spring, and increased business activit 5i is showing irseit" as a result. Ne jH buildings are going up on every han i I HANDSOME AFTER- NOON AND STREET GOWNS of fine Ha jab nies- sclaines. moire and duchcsse to NEWEST SPRING COATS of pin in and striped cov- erts, worsted and pop- lins to BECOMING TAFFE- TA AND RAJAH SILK WAISTS in newest tailored style, ail perfect 1'it tin jr. Pric- ed As a result of these trans ctions the government returns shrinkage of while th ssets indicate a reduction oi abou million dollars being leturned, a he end of the month LE TO Pincher Creek, aiardh an ther wedding 'took 'place in this dls rict on Uhe 16th inst. particulars o which were not at hand when you orrespond'ent forwarded his ilast fouc get of news from here. (The con-trac ng 'parties in this Mis ian .Mary Glass, eldest daughter of William Glass, and Mr. Jean Fran- cis Le Tous, all of Summer-view. >the Rev. Baptise minister of this place, officiating. "The SUCCESS _____4____ __ ____ of the CENTURY" Now m it's Second Year at the ASTOR THEATRE, New York, and receipts larger than ever "THE MAN FROM HOME" This play ran 342 TIM E S consecutively m Chicago. No other play ever did. Majestic Theatre Wednesday, March 23 1 MOVING (PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. AT THE THEATRES TWO ORPHANS' AT THE MAJESTIC TONIGHT Whut promises 'to be one of the jnost interesting and pleasing dra- Week if March 21st, 1910 Al. Morris, Manager A. Eureka Orchestra. B. A Woman's Influence. C. Harry Burns America's Champion Bag Puncher. A Strenuous Sneezer. E. Eureka scope. F. Herbert and Vance High Class Refined Musical Artists. G. Exit Eureka Orchestra. The .Family Vaudeville'Theatre of the City A Diamond Ring given away free every Friday night. Get Busy. A Chance With Every Tucket. Prices always -the same, I5c, 25c and 35c. and from now on it's a case of 'Watc her grow." Among the new concerns opening up recently are two black- smith shops owned by Mr. J. Sim- ons and A. Macdonald, a branch of the South Alberta Lumber company, and a new bakery and confectionery store. The brickyard, in charge of 'Mr. Irving lias completely outgrown its old quar- ters and has been m.ivcd farther out and its capacity more than doubled. It is expected tha-t at least two millior brick will be manufactured. L 13 I the stupendous production of Kate Claxion's version of "The Two Or- phans" offered by the Jeanne Russell Co. at the iMajesric Cheatre tonight. "The Orphans" Is without doubt the most historical melodrama ever staged and bears the distinction of the -longest successful runs of any and all plays of whatever description. The Jeanne Russell Co. carry an elaborate and complete scenic equip- ment for The Tiwo Orphans, and pro- mise the theatre going public the most elaborately costumed bill yet present- ed. The story of -the jplay needs no In- troduction, toeing as well known as nliat of the immortal Rip Van Winkle and as widely appreciated. The same popular prices will in vogue for 'this masterful production and lovers or' the best in drama are assured of a splendid dramatic treat. TJ NOTICE TO THEATRE-GOERS Commencing tonight a programme high class and refined will be pre- sented at the Eureka this week.Her- bcrt and Vance, musical artists o renown, using brass, reed, and string instruments, marimbaphoncs, and Xy- lophones, introducin- modern musica novelties. Harry Burns. America's J. I. McDermou i? erecting a une (champion bas puncher, will without a two-storey structure on Bulyea of doubt, prove to be one oi i inr. 11 ouse uuy er i; HERE ARE THREE I A A j. 11. j. v j. vi. a. j.1. i A w-ri-v v A i xlf room, city water, electric lights, room residence, very nice location, bath furnace, new; and extra well built for a home. Owner must sell this house this week and has to Easy cut the price 1 Terms. 8 room modern house, very grounds, 50x120, and fine view, extra good material and finish, hot water heat, a good p buy, close in only Cash. the groud floor of which will be occu- pied by'two stores and the upper story by offices. the most clever bag punchers ever seen in our city. The pictures are all feature reels and are always a big drawing card at this theatre. I URGE ESTABLISHMENT OF I SNAP IN A SMALL HOME ;j room nicely finished, 2 large lots, house is built on one lot. a big bargain for dose in Xortli Ward. I I LonnquisbSliarp Co. 11-12 Southard Block Eedpath St. meat trusts in Western Canada. They PUBLIC ABBAT01R March Now, it's up Jo vol.-, livo will urge that a public abbatoir be inaugurated a.1 once either in Win- meelincr nipeg or St. Bom'face. The provin- ship-jcial government having voted Messrs. .1. and W. Lilts, of North Da kotft. have bei-n looking over pros-j Manager Morris will give a beautiful iTJJpects in this dis-ric; and have been so Diamond ring away every Friday j well pleased 1hat they have purchased''night to the one holding the lucky 35 i two section." ot land and intend goiniri number. :fiin for farming cu n larst- scale. Got the Kureka habit and grt ippr.-? was hold today to discuss towards the scheme. I F. Stephens, of Winnipeg, a largo's beautiful diamond ritic; ircr. These i ir.tookholdor in tin- Diamond Coal com- rings are all purchased from local pany, was a visitor in iown on and an> on exhibition at i day. times. j Mr. Griffon, :iir firm of Knelish all PERFECT FITTING ONE PIECE AND COAT DRESSES bean I i fully made moderafelv priced land Griffon, had the mis .fortune to break bis log on Sunday last. 'lie is, however, progressing very lavor and it is hopfd will ?oon no ft! about ngain. i> i Public school opened on Monday LYCEUM TONIGHT 4? 4- Whn: promises to be another bic i :VT tiie Lycfimi is 'lie Iiicrh class i viilo .-thar. will be soon nt popular thoanv nil this wook. sears and ti< G.th. 'wirh Miss Roy. of wirh it comfnr.'rVie in charge. st.'ipe. j Mr. formerly of Knglaml. on-: The tlu-oe big feature acte of the cjSjnipicn the pulpit of the Haptisi i I'anriRos Circuit wfll, iiK'e last church on Sunday, and preached a' undoubtedly be worth the money, (most acepiable discourse at both morn- Tyrells Children. Latland and Lee 'ing and evening services. and Marvelous Maitland NEWS FOR THE HOMESTEADER linve jusl reeeived n earlond o I'stoves nnd furniture oi' union make. We enn g' you n complete homesteader's outfit for f? ;