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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, March 24.1010. Whether You Come To Us Or Not, We Say ____________ IN LETHBRJ KND DO IT NOiAl There was a time a few years ago when the future of this city was uncertain. It hadn't really commenced to grow. That stage has passed. The largest and most conservative banks in Canada have established branches here in their own buildings, The interests of capital are too large to let the town remain where it is, even if it could. Three new railroads will be here in a comparatively short time. Settlers are crowding every train both from the east and west to make their homes on the .wonderful wheat lands sur- rounding the city. It is the finest land a farmer ever put a plough into, and now selling at one-fourth of what it will bring in five years. And remember it's the surrounding country that makes a city. With the wheat lands developed and the cheap coal here, Lethbridge is also bound to become a large milling centre. Now a word as to SUNNYSIDE ADDITION I It lies south east of the city, the only direction the best residence district can grow. We are selling these lots for and choice corners for Terms-ohe fourth down and balance in easy monthly payments, without interest or taxes. is ooio-ounnysiae is If you wish best choice buy at once. A month from now the opportunity will have passed. Nothing safer or surer for rapid advance than lots in this beautifully situated addition. A Handsome Folder of the City Free Drop into the office and get one. Re- member we are open evenings. If you are at all interested phone up 538 and our rep- resentative will gladly call and show you plot 1st-Sharp Co. 11-12 Southard Block 'On The Square Lethbridge If Necessary Borrow The Money You can well afford to pay interest on a loan and secure one or more lots in Sunny- side which are bound to double and treble in value within a year or two. THE CITY'S DUTY TO ITS YOUNG WOMEN Aim and Object Of the Young Women's Home Presented By the Secretary Of the W. C. T. U. A most novel and successful social was held in Wesley clmrch on Tues- day evening under the auspices of the committee who have been collecting for ithe Young Woman's'Home. The ladies and gentlemen paid the en- trance fee at the door by the donation of a towel. About a hundred towels were thus collected and pinned on the! line which was stretched around the room. The meeting opened with a short in- teresting program of music, recita- tions and songs, including the follow- ing paper read by Mrs. Rodgers, ex- plaining the aims of the Young Wo- men's Home. ".Everyone present will oc aware, through personal observation, or from reports, of the rapid increase of popu- lation in our city, an increase in five years of from to persons. lems before city; one of 'the chief of such problems being the providing of Through the generosity of the. citi- zens and others ithis need will be filled homes for the young men and partic- so far as the young men are concern- larly for the young women. It is not to be expected that those who have homes must share them with the strangers coming into the city, nor should it be expected that the homeless ones coming in are to have no place to go for information, help, nor a place to abide. As loyal citizens we should all do our share toward welcoming and enter- taining the strangers and the home- less. The hotels, hoarding houses and many private homes do their best to- ward furnishing acommodation, the -restaurants also do their part, but with the exception of a very few pri- vate homes nothing has been done to- ward supplying the need of a hpme for ed, as the amount required for the Y. M.C.A. has been subscribed. The local .branch of -the vv.o.i.U. feeling that the young women are in great need of the surrounding of a home, considered the subject and de- cided that the best way of supplying that need was to open a Young Wo- man's Home. It was decided to commence on a small scale with a rented house. An advertisement was put in the paper iand the largest house possible, in a ceutral location, was secured. The house referred to is on the north-west corner of Smith and Bompas streets The lease which the W.C.T.U. have or Such an increr.se brings its prob- young women. and the sleeping apartments. One room is ibeing set aside for tran- SHMILS, extra 'cots "will be provided so (any woman or girl travelling alone need not be refused accommodation. In connection with this work a list of (rooms where ladies will 'be accept- ed will -be keot, 'thus saving many and unnecessary steps as at! many ihouses where rooms are vertised the reply is, "No, we do not care to rent a room to girls or wo- men." For the women of the surrounding country the nome will afford a rest- ing-place when weary from sfaopping and with an hour or two to spare. Table-board also will foe supplied to those women and girls desiring it. The dining room is ibeing planned to accommodate many more -than the regular number of boarders. To help the girls who'are not board- ers, certain evenings of the .week, class es for instruction in sewing and cook- ig willl bo held as well as literary evenings. Another line of work will be to help APRIL with three special records from the May on sale March 25 TWO new rag-time scheduled for the May list, have just reached the height of their popularity, so we have set them ahead one month for the benefit of all Phonograph owners Glide" and "By the Light of the Silvery the latter such a star number that we simply had to get it out in both Amberol and Standard editions. All this in addition to the regular Standard and Amberol Record list, which this month includeyfive new Grand Opera Amberol Records. Who would be without an Edison Phonograph the property takes eftect April loth.j'the girls who are looking for empioy- and the efforts of the society aro be-jment find suitable situations and also ing directed toward having the home help ihe ladies of the city to find corn- opened immediately after that date, i petem. maids. Of course you are all aware that fur An arrangement will be made for di- nishings are necessary. Every or.ojrecting girls and women travelling here to-night has done something to-'alone. If possible some' person will be ward furnishing the home. That hejengaged to meet all evident if you glance about 'the r oin. i The chances :o help are many and any have helped in other ways. i under the charge- of a capable matron Lists for contributions havo been may expect and pray that this and arc being circulated through' may prove a h..-lp and blessing city, but. we yet lack of n, niany. the total absolutely necessary for fur- j let. me appeal 10 you for the (Next To the Bentley Co.) Just one more day to get your spring Foot Wear at cost price. Saturday absolutely the last day of German s Monster Shoe Sale. v nr1 ji adtes ians and GK AIN AND LUMBER Prouty of Vermont made an eloquent) plea in behalf of the New England; MEN MAKE PROTEST interests which When they had concluded the sec- informed the delegation, inishings. very necesary financial aid and also fected. ,b idverselv if-1 nearly a hundred persons, j that while ihis official position and the state of negotiations -with Can- Washington. March j L. P. Graves, a. leading lumber mcr- prevented him from discussin0" live Alexander of Buffalo headed ai chant of Buffalo, also addressed the j the subject iwiili as much freedom as delegation representing the We call on all citizens to help inifnr the sympathy encouragement this work. If the collectors have ithe work merits. i white pine interests, the grain inter- seen you and you feel now that you can add to your contribution the ad- Let, it not be said of Lethbridge that it. was deaf to the call from the women ditfonal nelp will be gladly received.! for the womcn of tllfi fllture-" The meeting then adjourned to the to the extent of] basement of the church where dainty Jf the collectors have not called on! you kindly gave .._. _____ _ vour ability, when thev do call wcro scrved and the send it to any of the collectors gathering engaged in free and easy you should chance to be out when'conversatlon- ests and nearly all of the manufac- turing interests from Duluth to the Atlantic Ocean oh the Canadian 'bor- der, that called upon Secretary of State Knox today to present a com- appeal to him to avert a 'tariff war with Canada, Jlr. Alexander pointed out that a -trade of over was involved. Governor Geo. secretary at some length, making aj he still he felt that he point that white pine lumber, which was absolutely essential to the build- Ing industry of the United States, was no longer to be found in the Am- erican forests and that the sole source of supply was Canada. Other phases of the matter were set out at length by the speakers who lisitenod to with great interest by Secretary Knox. might assure them that (the negotia- tions were progressing and that They should not feel unduly alarmed at the Rain and mild weather yesterday- caused a rapid rise in the Thames riv- er at London, Ont., and the ;vater is now at the highest point reached your contribution is called for. All purchases will be made with ai view to their usefulness and suitabil- In one group tho ladies were spcak- of the splendid success of the Y. M.C.A. campaign and their faith that the needed fnr the furnishing Edison Phoiiocmphs. Edison Standard Records.........M Edison Atntxrol Records (play twice M EdisonGrand OpcraRecords ,S We fewre (rood lire to in every town where we are not now well repre- sented. Dealers bavin? established stores should write us at once. .1 Pbonofrapfc Co., 100 Lakeiicle Orange, N.J., U.S.A. ity for such a building as tie Y.W.C., of Womoll.g Home fae A. will erect, for the citizens of Lett- j forthcomi 'bridge will not fee satisfied until they I_________________ provide as well for the young iwomen j _ as tney for the Atlantic to Halifax, all duo there this week, and Many of you ask or have asked. majority of the passengers will land 1 are the objects of the .tnere The main obeci is the spiritual, in- Spoakjng at a mftc.ing of North velopment of the young women. Conservatives last, nght W. K. In order to achieve this object theiMcNanghtf M p P( advocated a sec- young wonen need ti.e -surroundings j ond chamber for the Ontario legisla- or a home, not merely a shelter from! ture_ the heat of summer and the cold of winter. The house secured allows for a] sitting room, library, sewing room.j a ilarge cheerful dining room Shthhs Cure 1 Let us take the burden of spring house cleaning off your hands No need to pull up carpets and rugs, as in the old way It is advisable to book your orders at onee Price per hour LETHBRIDGE HOUSE CLEANING AND RENOVATING CO. Phone 1115 Our system eats up the dirt ;