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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta z 0 p 0 ll u. o 0 i i Special Spring Offerings in Commencing Saturday, � | * T T T-^ I �����Mil BMBMnMl XXX I in mi \* Clothing and Men's Furnishings at Commencing Saturday April 7th 2 April 7th In order to introduce ourselves to the people of Lethbridgc and surrounding country we will offer special inducements in Clothing and Gents* Furnishings for 10 days only. 10 DAYS ONLY 10 DAYS ONLY CLOTHING Arc you thinking of your Knstor Suit. We hnvo pliici-c in Sfook n lnrg rnn^cnf Spring Clothing in Tweeds nml Worsteds. Sizes :U lo 11. Tweed Suits. Sin^li! Hreastotl. Hixscinl ...________.............?").7-� Tweed Suits. Single JkeuBlitl, Special.....................Sd.Ho Tweed Suit?. Single Hrensted, Speciul.....................SN.ol.) We. have n few liner, of Collnrs toclenr at.....................f- A large variety of reversible Silk Four-in hand Ties nil Newest designs and Colorings................................2.*) and oOe. t 'ne of the reasons for this sale is that we are looking abend trying to take n peep into the future. We want you into our store, whether you purchase or not, We want to make your personal neqnainlnnce. It is our anihition to look after your needs in our line of goods. Tailoring for their parades, they.know they have the real thing - ami Dad knows it, too. That's why we keep a full line of Stetson shapes and styles in Soft and Derby Hats. Prices $4.00 to $6.00. SPECIAL VALUES IN HATS. SjMH-ial Vahii'si in 1 Tats. English innnnfnelnro, nil the newest shapes in Muck. Itrowu and Urev. Our tailor made Clothing is manufactured by the best Tailors in Canada, wo guarantee our garments to 1m* made of imported Scotch, Irish and English woolens. Tailor made Suits any style, made of Tweed or Black and Blue Worsted, Special... .$10.00 Tailor made Suits any style,made of Tweed or Black and Blue Worsted, all wool Clay Twill Worsted, Silk sewn, Italian Cloth lined Special........................$18.00 Tailor made Suits any style, made of Scotch t Tweed: Silk sewn, Italian Cloth lined ' Special.............................920.00 Fit Guaranteed .................2Jc Negligee Shirts. BOOTS AND SHOES Geo. A. Sinter Tnvictus Shoe. We cirry a full stock of the Invic-tus Shoes. The retail price is not stamjied on our shoes. This is only done when requested by the dealer ami prices set by him. Our stock is entirely new nnd complete in all linos. No bargains in odd linos lo offer. Note our prices. InvictuB Dry Sox Buls......$5.00 lrtvictng Vici Hals...........4.fi0 luvictus Velour Calf long.....'!.&> Invtctus Knainel Bals.......,5.00 Dongolahal.................2.00 Dongoln I'ulman.:..........1.65 The Carhartt Overalls are recommended by all the Leading Railwaymen on the American Continent. ONLY EXCLUSIVE MEN'S OUTFITTERS IN LETHBRIDGE i m o c o Tl t) o z it. WITH OUR LEGISLATURE. Tli wns wearying - I Kiliiujiiinii, March -'l'h I �� I in 11. lUl.l mil tin -opted'M' if it technical error, may pass, '.he I ill iin a whole tins n>i i hamo of ; o-tag I It i l it issnht li,me will pas.-, as the f "line js u inillii( ipnl lull eovi I'm mil'-t lif t he ui;re N.> of 111' ill i rinaii of the coiiiiuiltif., who (le-rnl. d that suioHnj; slioitld not he 1: 1 'i o v. i 11 :-oiii.' iii tie- metnbors ct tl� r.linitiif.'s, and thai t in' i n'.y , unit ter lelotelhe Mouse was waul v ..s ciuitanu'd iu the amell.Illlent . uuplained of it. They did not, ]),. am., nt nh ...... ,,,.d Ki/i,s ,,f 1,,, .,1 j,,,,,,,,; cai.i|.|.s (U propriety and upright- M, that 1.1 y u. o^r ' ' ' Condit joiis could le in t lliehi'l'l, secoitil ' " h Jlr. Mi'l'au-wllicu left il In \ary the i.ent ni?i'd to moan that whoa tho tenant was on tho voters' list, nrrd tlio taxes had beon paid, iho, tenant The I'Mluolit oil people figure out the vote on the iiiplal (piesiion as follows KOJt I M.dAl'.V - Calsnr.v. High lliver. Macleoil, 1\ - i:,iuioiitoii, St I'll' Itcoiin. Mtii'ti'ini. l'euce lliver, Aiiiabiiscn, \ i rmill'on. 1 ucoml.e, I'oiioku, Weia'l-in in. Stuy I'lnin. SI Albert \ ii'torin, l.nluc. Medicine Hat. Iiinisfail. 1'iiicher Creek - Iii roil HA *� IT'-ll.tntT, Hose'.ml. I'DIl HKI) DKi'.i:- Ited He r. And why is il thus.' I THE FIELD0FSPORT I At a m.ctiii^ held .March 17, the � Cowley lu.seiiall club wus organized. I wnh the fn!h>�ing ollicers: l'l'oai-Ment. li. K McMillan; Vlce-Prusl-'lieut. \\ j.; Munaser, 11. C. ; Mori'; Captain, M. Kloo'd; lieaMirei. .M. A. Murphy; Kx-.illicm iiieiiliers. e.Xociltivo, II. C. .\loi r.son. M liood, Al. A. Alurphy, | I'. and V. Jlui'lcs. Tile dub mi. mis to Login tho season villi a -iratili match with 1'inchor ' Cre"k. ll.e numbers of tho nbovo-' inent loneii le.iin will kilKlly accept 'iIk- Inn! and prncthv hard. A^e a,. ident happenexl In a game hit,..en Chicago and ItoMton hack ni the nineties. Tho Jloslon grounds are I.not alongside t*je New York. \. w lliiv in .rack,-, against ipieni l.v Welvlilt . shov uij. Iii :l I. aird HartfoiHl me left field fonco biting the eiiu imkment. which fiv-'.iieii-- the fence by its hi i ii's rubbish through, and ; out tl" top of t'ho fenco un-un.s iuii over tho Held. to Air. K. Clinch, a former captain of the Sydney team, who recently nirivcd in liriii.-h Columbia to take up his I'esidenco there. He further states: "Th� �s nro ulvvavs a' largu number of cluhs jdnying the game, and thesi! aro xlivuli-d into four grodes, each grade consisting'"of six clubs. In Victoria there aro 1H clubs, while lliokeii Hill, a mining cenlri', which is situated nenr V.i-torla, has four string clubs. In New South Wales there are ten clubs. Lacrosse in .South Aus-irulia is what association loot! nil is to the jicoplo of V'.nt;lttnd. Hecord crowds turn out lo the mutches, nu average crowd numlHi'ing lO.tHH) |s't's.>ns Tho game has been intidilnnil in tho public scliools and leagu. s composed of school boys liavo beon orgauized." XKWS FROM MAtSilATII. F. �wvfit. Ml ItliKU IN MINNl'.ACOI.lS One day Hill.v line drive to I' nee and s.iol Walter Wiliiml leaning fence for the inill. hiuiml .mi Hamilton cracked a �n that struck tho down into tho angle. crawled under tlw� and began searching which hod failed to and Hamilton wont iv tho owner and tenanti '�K t"� imporli il farm lund to vote it niilway centre. AIinnenpohs, Alinn., Alarch U'.l - In a Utile one-storey riinishnckle building on Tenth Avenue, six Creek or Syrian la'.ioier.s, not Italians, us first supposed, worn horribly biitch-cro.l some time between midnight ami morning. 'i'hi- blinding slnnds less than half r block from Washington Avenue, the principal highway connecting Minneapolis arid .si. l'aul. and a stone's thiow iroin the stations of the Chicago Ctval \\cs;tern llailroad. Ill this tiimble-tlovvu sliucluie a group of men foiig'ht with knives and hatetiets. Tlie six victims were lit-ernlly hacked to pieces. That the men fought anion;; ihemselvis. and were not murdered by oiitssli is for revenire, as was fust siispicliil, is �iho tlieory now advanciHi, tilihotigh llic police are of opinion lhat there are iwii or ihree men si ill at. large who ate voni-eried in the fight. Six lotiif kmvt.s and a bloody Inilchel were found in the room with the men, givniLi ev iilenee that every was ariiii'd with -ome sort of a Wen pon. Till" police scout the Alalia theory. '1 he murders were not Committed for lohhery. as much money was found untouch.-d. l>r. 'M'clntyre, oi St r.n lu'oiui, is the Lilx'rn.1 cuiididiite in St for tho Commons. A Hungarian laborer niurdeivd I)  I. Cuinplwll, a well-known fanner, of Probisher, Alixu. The Uogina Standard announces that the Caiiailiun i'acilic intends ereeting a hotel in lteginn, recogni/ lanco of Hint city as a sprinting uihiiiim iho Imses. Aslluin-illou iuniixi second, Wilmot crawknl (nm inidii il.e f.-iico and hurled a toninu, ,an into tho field. Tho ball wns inside tin- i an. As Kitti'idge iells iho story, Dnh-laii caught lie. can and tagged Hamilton with it, hut Gaffney re-niscd to call Hamilton out, eluimin-g he was not touched with tlio ball, hut with the cull. As a iiint'ier of fart, Wilmot only siiccdslea ,n liiiowiug tho can half wny up I,, i lor.I lutse, nno 'truck the oiilside edge of the '.n + which was on the outside edgn if the foul Jin". W'Dny gnvo Ch'cagii the decision hy ft sixteenth of mi inch. Xew York, March 2H.- Willie Iloppu di Von ted Ceorgo Sh.sson 'hen' last night lor the world's championship at 18 inch balk-line. 1 shot in, billiards, hy fiuu in li'.ej. Tho seating room of the lug hall iu Cram! Central 1'alace was idled quickly nnd standing room was at a premium. Over d.Otll) persons saw Ihe match, which was for SStHi a side and the world's championship emblem, valued lit $:>iill, and Ihe n-l pate receipts. lloope won I he "Imnk." Hoiii men played poor billiards until Die hi Hi, win ii lloo|�' scored -1. winch included n hrillinnt lour cushion gathering shot, Slos-son got tho balls in a nice posit inn and made a run of 11. miss-ing finally on simple single cushion The piny rnn along without feature, IIoopo scoring regularly, but with Khort runs, until the ninth, when his score was Ml to Siosson's 77 At. the conclusion of I lie dllth in-lilllgM Ihe scores were lloope. 'Ji'ili. Slossoii. 2."iS. Iloppe seemed lo have perfect control of lh" ivories 111 his Hist inning, but fell down on a two cushion draw, ufier he had mode a run of UK. 'I his made Ins total .'Uil to Siosson's U7.V The time of play up this singe of Die gniue was two hours turd Unity minutes. (Special lo the IbrabK) Alngmth. Alia.. April "J.-I llrmlshivw has shown that he is well pleased with the Alagrath district, just having bought out Ids partner, Inines Clyde, who had a half interest in Ihe Jenny lund .v. Live Stock Co.. paying SI8.O011 for smile. v This company's holdings are ll.Slim acres of tlio liest '.all wheat land. In addition lo real estate, they hud ,*.">0 cuttle. WO head o{ horses. Air. llrnd-shnw hus let contracts to I rake up 1.1100 acres for fall wheal. denson, Havis & Co., are making nrriingvtiicntH to break Iwlween l.on 11 ml 1,1100 ncres for fall wheat. They now have in 000 acres, ami it is iu good condition. .lames Frame, of l/'tlihri- Ige. wns ,u Magruth last week looking for horses, nnd was successful in buying 11 head, getting 7 h\ -London li-Uaiicial papeis | mil a rumor that a S.V>,Oiil),lilii> s\irdieiite is l�'ing I'oriii-.1 lo buy inn Ihe Hudson's Hay Couipaii.v . -o-- l\l CUT WI111.K 111 NUNC A HinCI.Al!. Australia has develoiwd an \i\ lacrosse in recent years urpi' Kric number, to rujyhy and hivn appointed minion Ilniik at a well-known Toron-hoekey player, has manager of tho JK>-Crtbfiiry. lur 1 ho '.hit- is sing, niwl there is un tmii'dlally . nuniher of clubs existing for short I imp in which tho Cauadi " " d an nntioiinl giouo has been Vollnv seriously. In South Australia it is ihe pr'ei'loniiiinting �l>ort, according orritvci: i\ h. c. town*. Ornml Forks. March UH - II l;. FiMridge. a druggist at. Midvyay, was shot I Wilis Inst. nielli about Jit lock just alter he had left I he store. 11 is. assailanl is unknown The shots were supposed to he meant for C. Aloe, inanager of ihelwisi-trn Townships Hank at .Midway, who some few months ago prevented hi bank from being held up and wounded one of ihe l.urijhirs. Il is thought Hint feelings of revenge j,.-tanted this latest cowardly assault. Mr. Kldridge is i,|ioiii'.l 1 li|s afternoon lo he m a -f iI 1 i'�i 1 condil ion. Orent. exciienient prevails in Midway over ibis brutal assault. -o-- 11 Hiirden and family of len, aro moving (mm London, Onl,, to AI borla. The C. I'. 1{. has increased tho price oi its land in Southern Alberta to SO nu acre. \V. V. irelliwcll, Calgary, is tho iniinnger of the new branch of iho Imperial Hank at Red Mecr. Mr Win. 'I'hos. I .nnorgiin, I'rovin-cial Constable nt Clutpleaii. Ontario, nys: "I caught n severe cold while hunting a burghir in the for. si swamp Inst fall. Hearing if Chaui-berlain's Cinigii Heiiudy, C tried 11. and after using two small lotiles. I wns (onipletely cured " This remedy intended espec ally for coughs ami colds. |i will loosen and relievo a severe cold iii less time than by any li.-c 1 nu 1 men 1. and is a favorilo wherever i's superior excellonco has become km iv 11. For sale I y all drug- [."is's Hon. Ceorgo Henry Vlcara ltulyoa. Li, utcnnnl-Goverimr of Alberta. i� ,1 native of Ougetown. N. 1). Ho in a gruduate ot tlio Lnivortlty of 1 New HrunswiL'k. nnd was elected to (the l.egislativo Assembly of tho Ter-iritofies in tho year IUOI, awl was |ii|ipointed Yukon Commissioner for the Territorial "Ouvermii.'trt in 18B8. 1)11 his leiurn to tho Northwest, ho wns re-elected to tho Awfcmbl.V In I'.ioU. In Inrt'J ho wus appointed Comiiiissioiu r of l'ubllc Works. On Sepio her 1st, ho was sworn in as Lieiitenant-Covernor of tho now Province ot Albcrtw. Ah inndir Cameron Rutherford, Premier of Alberta, wns born on his (atiter's lurm in tho Township of t'nrlcton. tint. His father was tho late .I nines Rutherford. Tho (oimda-1 ion il tho l'rimier's education was received in tho public nnd hiyh schools of tho country. In 1881 ho cnidiiated from AlcCill University as It.A., H.C.L. lie then went to �tudy law in the ollices of Scott, AlcTav-,sh th, 1878. His farther wns Thomas Cross, a-morohant. Upper Canada Oollogo was thesceno of his early school days, ojliUtr which ho graduated froin�"Tor6i�to Univor-sity with the dogrocn of Bacholor of Arts nnd llarholor of J^aw nt*d Logic. IIc wont to Osgoode Hall to study law, and was art fried to the Arm of Clute, AlcPonald, Mclntosli ami McCrhhmon. When bo completed his course ho beaded for 'Rdnion-ton. and hit* been theixs ever sinw-in the practice of his profossinn. Air. Cross is a young man of distinguished ability. He has l>eon a lacrosso player, and can still tnlts athletics. For tho past four yonrsiho has boon, president of the Kdinonton IMstrlct Liberal Association. Ifo is a "ood spoakor and clovor dohatcr, �'Hh �t, , comprehoijsivo grasp of public ftfj.?*SM fairs. In JDOO ho visited his pW home in Madoc, and was married .to Miss-Annio K. Lynde, daughter QfTfV* m C. T.vnrto. Mr. Cross is a Presbytar-V Jan in rollglon,  ;