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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta - t TFe Lethbridge Herald -;7 it VOMJMK 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALIHJttTA, THURSDAY, APRIL R, 1900. NUMBER 29 We Find we hie Overstocked with Canned - Corn Before Moving we Offer this *t | $2.40 per case of 2 dozen f I x -OK------- | $2.25 in five case lots | HUDSON'S I BAY CO. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund. $4,600,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO T. TWEED DEAD | Passed Away Suddenly in Montreal 11. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD,(Aut. Gen'l for Medicine Hut. unrt was a member of I In- Tcrritiiiinl cabinet. Ilo nine tan ni'iiiiiHi .1 In* late Xlelml-| tiM Flood Ihivin for i lie home of commons. Ilo loaves a wife, one ilaiiu'liti'1'. Mrs. Hill, wife of a .Mireliant 's Hank olllriiil in \\ iiiliipou. niul two son*. Charles 11ml Tlmlinis, to mourn Ins alii. Mr. I'weed was a pl'ton'on'tit Mas on ami Orangeman. NEWTOWN BOOMS RIOTS AT NO 3 Man who was Working! Mobbed. TWO HOUSES WERE DYNAMITED] WHEN SOUTHARD SAYS 6� Reported that an Attempt made to Burn a House. was I Goaldale is Settling up very Rapidly just now. '.i.i l.>IIOI.M \ ION' ! Kl\ l.K .1 Ml. BRANCHES I.KAVIM'.S I.KfHHKHH.K M UT.KOH MfllHi'lNI. MAT IN ALBERTA NANTON * pinchicr CKKEK l'ONOKA kki> 1>KER stavevx ___ strati icon a VEC.RKVIl.l.K vermilion WKTASKIVVISJ LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE. - - - MANAGER THE BAIL KEEPS ROLLING AND STILL THE MOSS GATHERS �vs>i.�> No WtuiiliT Wo carry v Moii'h nobby Twoi.l Suits al...............'.----'.......$�r�.75 Z Moii'h S.-uloh Twoo.1 oll'oots......................$10aiul*!-* ^ lU'Ht lmixji'toil Worsloils. tit............................ Mo-.'s I'itnls fmiii.....................SI .50 b� $�'..()l> imt jwir | Ovor tivo hiiuilroil lo piok from. % ------I Our Skirt Department Excels | I'oaliliili' in nut a m-w iiitnu', l>ut It is n m-w town, at h*nsl il is lo In-the -tile of u new tmvii. 'Jin? Il.-f-I bW iin'l II. A. SunKitt. M'l'i'i-tar.v-t rvitsmvr of 1 lu� idinpany wliirli lius tioili'lil a lot of ilTivnt'm Inird in the j'lislriit. anil also owns tlu> town-I t-ilo. which lui.s just Ii.tii siiivi'.iisl I'.v A. W. McVillio. Hi I'lan'.irook. Air. Sii;.'uit 1 inforiiKMl 11s thai nl | vvmli' twvnty M-'it ions of luml hail Ini?n lakfii '., . ino>tl.\ li\ Imktila nu'n. This �ii'k niii�*-.s.,v iiMiii' i� \vlj_h M'tlli'l'b ilfi't-ts anil iii'tV-' too mi the way. SoVt 11 stcuni ploui Wt�J. soon lie tiirninii mi'f 1 lio soil, 1.wo U'iiij* at work nliviniy. Wurivn Howry nml family, from l>*i�' town, lie is iMittin^ tip soiiii- Imilil-ings. \V. II. I'nw'son, of Illinois, i-. locatiil llifitr with his faiinl>. ami many improvi'iiioiitM niv alrvinlA' ii* iliK iiiuiki to his hall Mi'tioti. Marry Itiirtii'll, also from Ihiiiuis, will nil livnti' a hull' section this .miii'. Nils I iJriinHt'iiil. from Ixi-s, Nui'Mi l>aKia, 1 owns throo i|itui*ti'i� si'itnnis liiouiflit 111 two cars, ami urn column IK' is i.icam (itotili'K mini! !.��*, hoiisa lie has twit liior. also iisiiij; 11 S Mji linstiol. North |t-' there last full. Me has two There luici; lit-en lively Unus ut No. :t the last couple ol �li^lft.n. and 1 ho inoiiiitcMl police hn\u hmi thoif hunils mil. On 'I'm Kiinj,. one of Hie inniers, who is woiKini{ in i)h) mini ami IkiiI inoviil near the colneiy, wi'iil I o'Ins old home in get I11H ehickens. A howliii}; crowil gutheftnt him, ami ho not some ooiititlftit i.ti'iiiHcH t.efoiu tin' police were nlilo to iliHporsv lliv iinsemlihigv, alio wotn en liv;iilinx as uctiVe as ihe men Vesteicn J5 iltiys ut goal. l.ust, night me InggmL row of all ..rem leil about X o clock. The po lice liuii occuHioii (o one ol the Illinois. SiTini; of his friends In uirincd the village, ami in u tloah m crowd of tcveral liiitnlri�l cuiigreg�t* (I. carrying mtlh them, it la fl�td, �licks an;l Htones. 'Pney maroncxl in a hoily towards the colliery, but the police, niter a linn\l to-hond light, .sinjipiil ihem hefoH- they crossed tho lines. Dire moiiiitisl iiiiiii came along niul ilis|s'rs.'it the croud. In thu mlilsi of this eMitiineiil two houses which hail lieeii mciipiisj \,y two workii.v; iiiineis, Imth of wlunn were siimmoiiisl iih witnesses in tho cane iieaiil >esierday, weiv dynamited. They were nifl completely ruined lint, l.u-lly i|:iinut;ivl. police patrolled I ho vil I UK" all iuv;lit. it is leione.l that 1111 attempt wa maile 10 liiirn a holism in Itio miner's Milage, Ian a una detected in time l>y the police. Several-�>f the policemen were badly !>ruis*il in last night'.t row. Si/mo of the niinefH iiNo got limine* Tin: comlucl of the slrikem prior to these disturbances has been most colniiieirilnhle, bill they cannot expect to gain any symputhy or en' coiiragtiuetii from law-abiding cltir.' .us if they nttempt 10 |m�rsecuto ami inoi men now working in the mines This is u free country, and a man should lie allowed to work it he want . to. If he wiinls to strike he lias a |s'i'ei-l right to do so. Iieth inr.let) itues not want to he the scene >>f riots tlint will* nJve it an um*nvi utile repulill 1011. ��|iecially nt the present tune, when humlivds of jm'o-|t|i�sjiie seeking homes hero. It is In I .*"rti��*^jl we have heard the hint .1. pl.*T*itTfP ^.s'lO ilHIJlWl. ^ A pris's di switch ni.VM tint Mi \'er� ill.*. l.aiM.r iuem:er for M.i i-ioi!- i'llVe. �p|e.. leill'IIIHl from Sir �* tlfrlll l.nui'S'i' 111 the Mouse of i'oiumoilH. that the r. | in Ihe newspup*rs of ihe slid.....1 .mil miners ut l.elli- iii-iilue. .in,! , w'tis iiuliKtuntiallv mr-i.m 1 Sn u .ifriil had his i'lf.irmn 1i1.11 mi ili.- -..di.lis'i from IjieiP. '.'I. I i-.-u \Miii.-. i . M. >.. enni|rtroller nt in 'in.'.-1 police. f il's  1 .,1. in ins in the press 1:1 re-gatil I" 1 ii.- mailer h(i', l!ol. There's something doing more than talk. Our pasb record proves this, but it has never been proven so thoroughly as it will be when our doors open to the publio Wednesday morning, April 4th, at 0 a.m. THE BICGEST SALE EVER HELD IN LETHBRIDGE IS NOW IN FULL SWING For further particulars see our two page advt. inside this issue. 9 Wermg strictly ca$f). ffo goods sent on approval A. SOUTHARD, ^ OUTFITTER, Lethbridge, Alberta. NEED LARGER GRANT Annual Meeting or the Board of Trade. BUYING DRY LAND Dakota Farmers SeMiig South of MthbrMic. Moro ran In- won Lad ion' Acrtmliun Pl/�aar Ftiiitiltiro Stock, ii> Comploto Bank of Montreal l-STA RUSHED 1817 Capital all paid up..... Reserved Fund........ Bulauce Profit ami Los*. ,$I4,MMM . II.Nt.iiNI MS.IS9 Head Office, Montrea1 PRESIDENT : KIQ1IT HON. l.O|ll> STUATIICONA AND.MOUNT KOVAI., II. n. M 0. VICE-PRESIDENT : It.IN..'Sin OKORtiH A. UHUMMONU. It M. C. K. R. CI.OUSTON. GKM'.llil. MAN'.illKll Bronnhoa nnd Agcnciea at all the principal points in Canada' Also in London, England, New Yoi'k, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Tta vellers' Circular Lottersol Credit and Comtanercial Credits issued lor use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORAgiiE TERMS Ptafis sulci available it all palnu In Ualied SUtef. hiurop* jand lUnaila Interest ullowed on depoaiu mt b�*rtf*ullriile� Lethbridge BrancK - r. B. HCEVE Mtna|tr ftt'iim |ili>wmi> i.ut lit.s Itii'luu'il \Mi i.-. Itiitliin'.ni, Imti t.ik.ti ii ti'ii hit.- triii'l in tl.i- tnwiisili*. nml i* KI>i�U t llllllll llllllli'll.Ul.'l> . Hit will run ii clucl-rii intirli ainl t-.iiNi- mu>' tiilih-M. 'I'lnis I'milbiiii. hi Kin>\. \ U . ih tin thi' '.\4j_y twtli two iiirs mnl Albril Unify. �i l^-.s. luis also shi|>|H-il his t'lioc*. i' H Until I u( l.i-!lilii idui- is put ling a hulls.' mi hi turni. which lm lion iviiii-tl in mhiu imrtli-h tit Ituytnoitil. wim will mm .tonin iiltiittthinK ninfil. Tin' ihy tuiul lo tin- Miiith nml imsi tif I'oiiIiIiiIi' will lo u*i si ly tIt*- iiti nation tal'liu.'1'H lot' uitiiiT wlu-al 'I'lu-.v tu'lh to tho irritfittiil mnl tlr.v Intl.I ion hoth I ! ninili. |iiiililuhlu ill thi� way. (.'oalthilt' is |u>t rust hi I i'thlii'i.l|*o nltd is well luiiHr.l. Town lol there nni ri'piniuii to in- s-Ihiifj rap. idly. A liO-iuoni lioti'l , is nboiil to bt> built, also a jfiii.tiil stoiv Ap l>lU'Ulinn has horn inatlr (or u in llflll'i- Till' tOWIl ih oil till! I.ih' nt tbr i I* H . WOIIST UK KNKW Ii �I |ll. Wli.i ' 111 -'11.!. hn.l I I'.lt I III II'. Ill I I non-M r I.. > I n ..... lOI'l"liisir .V'tioriiov-tiriii'i'itl. i-alllntr utti'lition, _ ... t�. thr fart that thy ilolay in homing! C. A. Orotluin. a wlUo-awako Yan-i. n-rtiiit'utr o( toll' of t'.nli Strcot koo, ii thu nmnavor of this land is Kn-ioiiMiy uh'oct-in-j; th� n*l>'io '">.lh� n��' with landa all over Wesu-rn Canada. 'irnckH, but aiv pfowntiHl by tno . . . .... . iioiHiNsuinK of tho cirtlflcnto. The cannot speak too highly of tho lioniil tthlicil that tlu- Uegis-trnr hel(�cUon south of hero. Whilo ono-Hneiiliiy instturt.\l to rectiry �ho|third of Fostorn Aorth Dakota, matter. I tri- ll � Ol-' OP' Torolttn. rial lo III  III i'-ihi ) Apul .'�.-Thi! niiv^istriili' in ilit* I'hillipN York Loan i'iibi� pi'o-noillirt'il fr.Ui'l. Ml.Vtllg inrlhoOs rcotlril aiiylli-HiR iiuuilli; iitulri' niiiii'i'. -rhiliips is now in goal rx-his U i nml. II,  ii.. , n - it it I j-l h�ii nli ,f ., t Ott ir-lirtr liou. \\ i i liout till' t.ll'lkr. is I'itillt i iui- iIiiiik tin! ainl �noilit.s iiiurli I ii 11  I'Oftl, Cllll pai'tns ri lo I'XIIt'll, :.lblr for inent tinii'i' t tons in il-nti UllpHI'li toll IMlUl'l t ion. j t  tln'iv �ilt in any ll.-M.-w says Tlirro if thr coal iniiii'i'M nt ,i i. st-aivity ..nil.' ol tlio soulhrni wrll pfOVKli'tl for in lit iii' into thr iIt-1oiIs of t!ir qui s(ion of which "tt(i, it serins a pit'til a ilispiltt' brt wrrll cup-it, t-onct'l'li ng u ctiiil i' nl.'ly uwil, ami of so .nni' to the coii ii ley as i in M-tihHl hot wren tho Ivsul'Uilg | ii tinpoH- tlnin to loiiir to tin ugree- H't, tlirinsrlvrs. thr (lUPS-lr --tiollld I I' fffrtTiHi lo lllllllllltl. W'llOSi' ilpcis-1.1M.itlive "il both jutt'- n-i fni'il without Mi.-u-.iir. s If il t)i'ri:n.s tu iiKsiii.v. ** (Spt'finl to tin; lli-rnlil.) HrHitia, April .">.-In thr Suskiilcho-wan li'itislal mv lion. Wultfl' Scott |cifTori�l to rt'sina if.. Iliiiilliiin roulil rstablisli ciiiin.'i'i ion lirtwrrn I'lir govrriiin.'iil ami llir ili ot;s in tin-l'rincr Allioi't I'li-i't ion II. Khn iiinn is authority for tlir itiitrin.'i.t that l'retiiaont Mitch-1 � II of tin' 1 nittil -Mino Workers, is | s.'ii.liiiK u iiii'ia'.ii'r of lho intornat-ioiiiiI Itimnl lu'i'ii lt> invostignto � trii.r anil coufi r with thf company. I'lm following ofllci-rs wore elected: riVHi.lrnt. C. I'. I" I'tinykeure; Vico-Presiih-iit, K. Hylnmls; Si-c.-Troiia.. V. 11. Ilnnios Kxroitivo-M. llar-foitl. V. Sirk. V II. K. Noursc. Win. Olivrr. M. I'>i.vimiu ami il Young. I'lic .Mayor nml tho local mnubor of thr I.i'KiHlntniv nio ix-oflkio ititin-hers. Srtuitoi' l�o \obfi' will nlsi^ho u lufinber of tho exocutiw Thr Seciotary rrporte.1 thut t-lto Board hart 7a mombcis. ItfttiiiiK 1'i'ti.ident Young was ten-li'ivd a luany vote of thankB for 'ut sorvicoK. in vacating the chair, Mr Voting urgrd that greater Inter-t �houM he taken in tho affairs of tho Honitl in order to have u live town he said thoy must havr a livr hoatnl of trade. Prctirdeni (.'oiiyheurr, on takimtf tho hair, maile a (.plendid kihvcIi. Ho poinlisl out thut l.t'thbriilgo wus no longer wholly a mining town, but was becoming un miliiKtriul point, and tho com in of u w�U �fttlod country lie thought now iiwlustrifiB should Ix* bi'oiifiht to lIn- town, and nrpoti ihat alt tin* ciii/.tiis join together to piitih tho town ulong. From thr discussion which took plaro, if m pvi.lnil a llour mill booh bo loCtlti'll hl'l'i'. Uobt. l.i\ iuRHtomi niul Pi' lira Hit wore rlrctnl nuinl.oi'H of Honnl. ---- will Clal tho IIOM ESTKA U KXTR1 KB llll.l. LATEST SfllEME (Special to tho Ilii'alil.i Winnipeg, April ">.-Ainlriw .Sinni(>' president of the Wnmipiy bouril of lruiIi.. Iiiin lici-ii iiii'oriin SI'EAK (ifolii will Duncan Marshall. i;!i"",,"1,;n,' ,,,-al Stirling lomol-inoiitl Saturday Monda.\ iit�ilii . ami oddress nieetinj. row night. Kay night. tabor Lethori'liie 'Miesihiy m�� Mil. KEI-TKIf* MEETINli. LINK (Hpeciill to t'ulgary, April inspector of Hi" i-nnouiiccs that | bridge linn will 8 u nun or. thu Jl era hi.) ,1.-Mr. Pwttei-rton. Hell Telephone Co., i�io I'nlgar.v-Ixft'h-ho coiuplelod l'hi� A splendid meeting in the intereats of A. i:. Keller, Conservative candidate, was held in Oliver's Hall lust KriiiiV evening. \\. 11. Fleotwojjd occupied iho chair, ami excellent ad-drcKNcH were given by Messrs. JCcffor and Ives. Mr. Kcffer held a meeting at Haymoad Inst night. . ---o-.- StraHicoaa is lo havo a hospital. the H�"d River Valley, contains some of tho host land in tho world, he says tho section around llrunton has the rest of Dakota eclipsed. The farmers have been successful, -but nev er hud big crops, so will not come here iwilli any lO?ty ideas. The climate here, of course, is away ahead of Dukota. Mr. Orettum predicts that with thu increased cultivation of the land, this country will be~ comio one of the greatest wheat-growing sections of the world. A townslte will be surveyed at Warner immediately by A. W. ale Villi*. A hotel and several business places will soon he established tlhere. A successful farmer from Dakota will li.'cuto in the lown and operaito tho hot.'t, while his sons and sons-in-law will take up land in the vicinity. A member of a party that visited tlio llrunton district recently was lodge Aukony, Ji Dakota, und hear is his opinion as expressed to Air. Urettum in a letter: "Having learned in Minneapolis ol your larfto tract of land la SouUiera Alhurtu, 1 lately made one of a party of between SO and 40 mvmbers, most of whom were farmers, wishing to make selections of Canada lands. 1 havo traversed the region in which your lands lie, and I have no hesitation in saying that your lunds are even Ix-t'ter lhaa you havo ulainuxl Them to lie. They uto gently uitdul-uting, havo a lino soil, and-what is of fust moment-have a cluy subsoil of iiiiiihuuI depth which must ensure the ret out ion of moist urn under ordinary conditions. Thu climate w rni|i.'il> In driving for days it was uniiecrbsur.v to button up ono's over-i-iMii. "'"I generally one was no ins'ileil at ail. The chinook winds the Pacific make the climate in the successions of seasons mild, healthful and temperute, To find �-.unbilled, in all the broad limits of L'iiundu, the same conditions would be difficult, S not impotsiblo. The Jay of cheap iund is rapally passing a m) my own convict ion is that ro projier invcstinunt la iho lands you are now offering will prove to bo a mistake. This opinion is hacked by tho purchase I have mado front you, � and 1 only regret it could not ho larger. / Mr- iTaoger, of Kewulm, Minnesota, Mr. Webber, of North Dakota, and It, O. Uutts, Ciias. Ciark and L. n. llourdon, also of North Da'iotu, woro in town this week, and wont out to Warner to look over the landi Another big parly is duo here totuor-j town row. . ton. We Can't Do It For .what aome otton - do your work lor BUT WE CAN DO Better, which it more important to yon. aa the life of your - Shirts, Collars, Cuffs is lengthened by our* ceu of laundering them. Neck Comfort I*n.t possible when your collar h.�t� 'saw teeth" edges. In our luuu-dry every collar is ironed with u smooth, round, comfortable edge- no extra charge, either. Phone 145. Wagon calls everywhere. � Let us try a lot for you. Lethbridge Stcim Laundry, Ltd. it LAWN TENNIS CLUB. Tho annual meeting of the lawn tennis club was heM in t)w Albert* House last night, K. 11. Fesaecdcu lu the chair. A hearty vote of thanks was passed to the aeciwitry for 1905, P. Jamleson. The following officers were elected: Hon. I'm.. Rev. Father Vantigbem; FresMavt. E. H- Wilson; Vlce-PreeWenl, C. M. Arnold. Executive Committee- Whltmore. Feaaandeo, Matthows, Morton Jones, o'Duiall, Eukln. Percy .lunncson was unanimously elected secretary, but would only ugree to nut pro tela until the appointment of a successor. Tlw executive committee will meet Saturday night at the Alberta. It is desired to have the membership list for the coining season completed at an early date. It is therefore requested that applicants for tuemliership will not* ify some oilicer or membor of the -rl'.th as soon as convenient. --o - ii � " ITItST IS NI3W PROVINCE. Tho first Young Women's Christian Association in tho now provinces baa been organized hero with, these officers; \lifs K. A.uetin, preaMent; Mi*-s E. Addy. vice-president; Mrs. H. M. Parry, cor.-sec.; Miss M. Hsnt-ilt.^). rec.-sec; Miss E. McLennan, treasurer. .-o- A NEW SETTLER. August Ilaun, Chicago, has arrived with a carload of offects, and will locate north of hero. '<& " �.........o If you want tho cleanest and best! ire -in town leave your orders wlisj the western Warehouse t Transfer Company. FARM TO RENT acre farni on the irrlfiij all plowed; Sevan miles ---- Apply to Wallace^^ " 160 ditch, ;