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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald 3! VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA; APRIL 1900. NUMBER 91 IEBMONTON CHOSEN w THE umtt We want our stock reduced to the lowest possible limit bybe well wav. im- men LEAVINGS .LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G K. NOURSE, MANAGER moan-ing and pleading Men of ihe r in nocl fam- brought1- whisky to the women. Un- able longer to vviths'taiKl the plead- ing'.-of. their children, moihoi-s poured small quantities of t-he ftery l-iquor into the Siui Francisco, April" in great numljcrs 'have resulted from t.-he retron-i Women'-driven out of 'homos ami left destitute have appealed to men to whom, thci ciigacrcd, and immciiiately .mar have "I ive is the answer given n many eases when. r the applicant 'or a license is .'asked where his re.si donee is. GENTLEMEN feel we need say little or nothing about our clothing Our Tweed Suit at85.15 does iU own talking, and our range of Men's Snits at make the windy: advertised lines look like 30c. Come where we show clothing''X that fits. Come where wo sell clothing that satisfies v the customer. San Francisco, April "conditions in the city are proving rapidly, llundnxls of -been...placed., at .work'.'clearing; ilve 'titres-t.' aisii tottering walls which were left by the fire ami endangering life, he continu-.Kl todey. The Spring V alloy 'Waiter Company has about iuen at work repairing and "replacing1 broken waiter iriains, asdniivny portions of residential ection are now abundantly supplied water. No trace of Coiint 'de La locca. .the Frcr.ch consul ia this city jas yet -been-'found. It is feared he lost his Hie in the fire. Sev- :ral car .-.lines-, arc-, ready ior opera- ion as soon as Jt safe to turn on rive power.- At 10.40 last night an earthquake shock was fell throughout iho city and. mojiiontariiy -created some alarm, among 'the people, slill.unnerved and overwrought from their recent ex- perience. Xo damage was caused, but i tv some few instances persons living in houses ran out. badly fright- ened, and called upon the sentries nixi guards to help carry out clc-th- iog anrl other -effects. The soldiers A. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA rounded by every sanitary arrange- went. The greater part of one floor', is -devoted to a dining room, vhero., the c-inployeos m kl-day luncheon in comfort. and lunch -counter, "can managed IT the co-operation, of -the whole working staff. Built according >to_ plans ptvparc-d ihv lleatty, the Scmi-llesuly -tail- o'rey, is situate hi Montreal, -away from the noisome' factory .dis- It is on Guy street, near ftherbrooke, on one" of the plateaus'. from where ttoyal begins its steep ascent. The offlcer.s of '-the "Limited, elected at the annual mat- ing held a few weeks ago, arc: idcnt, Andrew dc-nC Chus. II. Xel'bon, Managing Di- :Vector.- Herbert A. Nelson; Director. 1'res'rtlent Mercer many years a successful merchant tailor in V'e'.erboro. lie was one oc tbe first business men to recognize the possi- bilities of the Semi-Beady system, ami, how surely it imist displace Cruder custom t-aiioring methods. just as the Goodyear process revolu- tionised the shoe-making industry. 5 Mr. A., SovrJianl has the Semi-- lleti-d'1- wardrobe for that the new spring styles exactly the same as the garr 4 nveuts being turned out by the iona-ble I'.'-oadway tailors m New York. THE CASH STORE i Francisco, -April owners- had opportuni-ty ycster- to live in San tiay to Inspect some of hol'd- ings and mea-svire what -damage had dotto''. modern yteel 'build- Though Jkvn Francisco's awful ca- lamity is vim worst -in the -history of North America, yet it cannot the.com- parod (when tho of life -is con- sidered) to.'the grenjt quake a-t L-isbon ings weiv. found to lie almost -intact. In every instance it seemed that tho earthquake had no L damage.'! 't-hem. Steel frames wore in perfect, plumb apparently as strong as ever. in 1755, over people Cornices and fancy lost their "lives. The earthquake at Lrisbon was followed by an trimmings fell, but that was aM. Even when fire swept through -the E. J. Hill Co framework was damaged. The Fairniont on Nob Hill will be rn.flicsl to completion. The Spw-kles Imildinsf- at stivvis will be occupied 'in a The Union lYust building trtlal wave which a mole on which, had gathered to escape the walls and car- ritr.l of the then fargest six miles inland, doing incalculable aw und causing .The 'terrible loss of .fcw 1 at Monlgomery and Market streets lost only she interior cn-d the St. Francis is in-the same category. An inspection..of -the. Call bniWinc ''Imr-d and Marked, street; disclosed several rtoors in good con- and coukl, after slight re- Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 up. .SI4tIMJN Profit Lws. Head PRESIDENT: ?ION. LOUD STRATHCOXA AND MOUST HOYAT., O. M. 0. VICE-PRESIDENT: 1IOM. SIR OltOROK A. DRUMXOHD. K. C. M. C. E. S. IILOUSTON. Branches and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in London, England, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfovmdland Travellers' Circular Lettersof Credit and Commercial Credits issued foi" use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafti soM iviJUble at all po'.nts In United States, Europe Canada Interest allowed on deposits Lethbridge Branch F. R. RtEVE Mayor Schmidt, of San Francisco, upon whom vhe responsibility of di- recting operations 'during -the pres- emergency fallen, is a native son, born of German parents. He is u'violinist by profession, and a very good one, 'too. In 3SOS he played violin in a music and -gambling hall at Dawson, ami was well 'thought of in "spite of his avocation, which was not considered reputable. Upon his notnrn -to San Francisco -ho was first I violinist in a 'theatre musicians' un- ion. It was while engaged at the theatre that he was'elected mayor bf tho great city. A few months ago 'he was re-elected, defeating 'the can- didate of .Mic. "Democrats and Tie-pub- licans, who fused for ihe pur- pose of defeating him. Mayor Schmidt would seem to have so far conducted himself with great ami ability during awful crisis that he -has hWn .suddenly on to face. San Francisco, April Sat- urday night triplets wojv born to one of the 'homeless at tho Prcsklio, and the same night lit-tle tots mads -their first appearance on the reservation at Fort Mason. Six wore born in the emergency hospital, a two on vhc vacant space adjoining fort, wliere the mothers had tak- en refuge. The babies arc aH f-jni orl to bo healthy youngsters. as formerly. Th': r-.rca of -btirnt district i O.VK THOUSAND WEEKJLV Indianapolis, April .Inter national Kxecirtive IJoard of th' UnKc-d Workers of America, at lor in executive session al day, adjov.rnori last night. Secretar. Wilson snKi cndorsexl the strike of live hundred men at Ijjth- brrdge, Alta., and -'.voted the strikers wcctly for support. I 4 4> 4 4 This week we wisk call the bf the men of this town aad district to the ftct that we are seltinf tike frnflious I FIT RITE TAILOR HADE f CLOTHING I We can sell you RITE Clothing for (15.00 and EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED r I I Macdoratld Co. J r LETHBRiDGE, ALTA. GENERAL MERCHANTS 4 No bjiter country than No Prospects for town than CoaMale TK FIKST OrrOBTl-'XTTY TO-BUY LOTS AT COALDALE LOTS CHEAP TERMS GOOD 1JH.ST INVESTMENT Mr. sai.l this was the 'forma; ion thai could be made public. BrijM Prdspects for It. If. Ovron, of the O. W. Kerr Co., 5 old t-hf! Herald 'the other that in N'orth Dakota farmers froquently as -cloep AS feet to get v.-at-or. Thni they' vrowl-d pet an ar- tesian well, which was far heater and more economical -5n -the long run. Tt xvonkl, he thought, toe jtfst as easy fet water horc as in North Da- ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICES IN SOUTHARD ttLOCK. LETHBPJDGE) HandlinR the townsite of ami we wish to s.ll or more lots to every clerk Thcso lots will vory soon soiling for as much as lots in nish and nnv other of Canada's towns. of COALDALE LOTS Irrigation, surrov.nOod In- SELUXG FAST. Mlllm i. PRICKS WIU. RISK ?V. I have heard sol in live yvf 1 _.- It takes but Little Money to mean rnurh for the future moisture in parts Da- of N'orth Amor- received a kota. With 1'ivr.ty of rain by May Mr. Oivon said A 051 iwould raised on the irrHjatexl Co., _____ lands. Uhen speakmgr o( Mr. I from the company San Francisco.'Apri, 2R.-H is es- Owe-jt wmarkcrt' -that the artesian Minneapolis, which hnri developed a romArkfthls in this vicmity soem to he crazy it ihot many in mc rhon- in gvt into Imsi- You are jusl on the he remarked other daj-- ''t; Shave scon districts liko the Woyburn- to L-ars. oi' dcvc'io the Herald by competent insurance nn-veUs district in Mr. Knisely is vory iviuVlont aso xvas the futujv of ?bis 'district. He bo- lievos it that J.oth- brklgtt will have Copulation ;th.-vt not consWcnxl fill rapidly and duce crops as any section that province." any pro- ;