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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Ho-ald VOLUME 1 LBTHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. THIJIISDAY, APRIL 2tJ. 1906. KUMBER>M We want our stock reduced to I the lowest possible limit by Stocktaking, which is nextf I month. Many tempting values are offered. Yours for Value HUDSON'S BAY CO. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Ptid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. I.AIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manarar BRANCHBS THROUGHOUT CANADA. AND IN THE UNITBD STATES AND ENGLAND BANKING BY MAIL BiMJn- may be transactefl by mail with any braaeh of tli� Baak. Aoceunto may be opened, and depoaito made or withdrawm by mail. Every atteatioa lo paid (o ont-of-town accoonts. BRANCHES IN ALBERTA t-ALflARY CLAKESHOLVI KD.VO\TO.\ llliiH RIVER IWiSFAII. LEAVINGS NANTON STAVELY LETHBRIDGE PINCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD POSOKA VEGREVILLE MEDICINE HAT RED DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. G. K. NOURSE. MANAGER LADIES Just as BOOH aa fasliioii decides on style, we are tliore with our dollars to prociiro the latest. We have the oorrcet tltiiig in Tweed Skirts, $5, pi and $7. Newest goods in India Linen Waists, $1 to $3.50. Silk Waists in cream, pretty designs, $2.75. Cream Liberty Silk Waists, guaranteed not to cut-to see them is to want u, $C and S7.50. one- GENTLEMEN Wo feel we need say little or nothing about on r clothing Our Tweed Suit at $5.73 does its own talking, and oul* range of Men's Suits at $10 make the windy advertised lines look like 30c. Como where we show clothing that fits. Como where we sell clothing that satisfies the customer. ; I �.J.HUl(&Co 0 ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital aU r>i4 up..................lumm ttmnUfiui.;.:.................. it.iil.iN Balaice Profit and Lou.............. MS,IS� Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT; EWHT HON. LORD ST�ATII0OKA AND MOUNT BOVAt, 0. O. M. 0. VICE-PRESIDENT; HON. SIR OKOROR A. DRUMMOHD, H- C M. R. B. S. nUIUSTON, GRNKltAl. Manaoi'II, Branchas and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also In tiondon, England, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drtfu �old tvallible at all points In Uaitad Statu, Europe and Canada lnt�r�*t allowad on dspenUa at currcnt^rai** Lethbridge Branch - j;.'...'.',"" EDMONTON CHOSEN AS THE CAPITAL Beat Calgary out by Eight Votes-Mr. Simmons Voted ror Calgary. (Special to the Herald) Edmonton, April 20.-Gdmontoti gets the topital by a vote of sixteen for to eight against. Gardaton, Lethbridge, Macleod, High River, Calgary, Qleichen, Red Deer and Roaebud voted for Calgary. REFUSE GIFT miJHE DOMlNiO Americans of the Opinion that Jtf^^ after the Sufferers at'Fr^o. Ottawa, April 25.-Inl'onnation has jUioriUos that .ih� total loss by roache.i the government from Wash- v tricts peopled by the refugiecs set the children moaning and plcoftling for a drinl. Men of tlic ruined faaa-ilies morte every human effort to satisfy tlMj t*iirst of t'heir little ones. Failing at iast, in desperation 'they inva'fle*? the neigliboring saloons and brought whisky to the women. Unable longer to withst��d the pleading of their childriMi, nioth'crs pourod smali qURntilics of the fiery liquor into the tin cans an'd ot'hcr availajbfle receptacles, and gave It to the tots to drink. The 'nntoral result was to greatly increase t'he |>ang8 of t'birst, an'd the sigftt of stagigering children was witnessed Ijy observers." San Francisco, April 22.-Weddings in groat numbers 'have resulted from t)ie recent 'disaster. Women driven out of -thoir homes and left "destHute have appealed to man to whom they wiii'c engagwl, and inimcdiu'tel.v mar-ri'ages have '\yocn efi'ecto-d. 'i'l don't live any where," is the answer given in m'lvn.v cases when the applicant for a license is asiced where his residence is. '"I used Francisco."- San Franci.sco, April 21.-St'Ops fvre being taken to orgnniac a movement Vor the rebuiWing ol San Francisco on the plans of Avcihitcct Dnn-jol Ilurnham. While the various oth-�jr convniittces have been tousy with tx>lief work, promi'ncnt citizons have Ixvn in uonsultation, and witibin the next low daj-s plans will }x outlined and the work of making arranse-iiwnts for the mo9t beautiful ci'ty in the wopl'd will 'be woll un-TtM! general "conditions in the cHy arc improving rapidly. Hundreds of men have Ijccti placed at work clearing the street, ar.d the dynamiting oi the tottering walls which were left standing by the lire and endangepiag life, wiU be cOntintvjd today. The Spring Valley Warter Company has aibout 1,000 men a>t work repoiring and i-eplacing broteen water mains, and many portions of the. n^sodential section are now abundantly supplied wi'th wa't*r. No trace of Count liti la Rocca, the French consul in, this city has yet been YoUnd. It is feared t/hsvt he lost his life In the fire. Several car lines- on? reaidy for opera-tib*er. At 10.40 last nigiii an carthqaake shock was felL throughout the city and momentarily created seme alann among'the people, still.unnerved and overwrought from their recent cx-perimcc. No damage was caused, but in .some few instances iH>rsons living in houses ran out baidly fright-encgs and mea.sure what 'dainage had Ixwn dojipmocrats and llopu't>-licnn.s, w.ho hiod fu.sed for the purpose of defeating him. Mayor Schmidt woukl seem to have so far condtiotod himself wiih great energy and ability dtiring tihe awful crisis that he 'has boon suddenly callecl on to face. San Francisco, April 2a.-On Sat-jurdny 'night triplets weix' born to one of tlio 'hon�aless at the Presidio, !�nd the same itight ol'S'ht little lots made their first apiwaranoe on the rcsei-vation at Fort Mason. .Six were born in the envergency hospital, and two on the vacant space adjoining the fort, niiere the mothers had taken refuge. The baibies are all reported to be healthy young�ti>rs.  San Francisco, Apri, 2S.-It is os-fimaied hy competent insurance au- hiis lost onl% the interior woodwork, end the St. Francis is in the some category .\m iiis|)ection of tihe Call buikling ir Phind and Market streets Uisclo.sod '.cvpral floors in {good con-'di'lion, and coiii'd, after slight repairs, be u^^cd as forntcriy. Vhi aroit o;' hiirijt distriot is sewn square niil(\s. -u--- O.VPJ THOUSAND WKEKLV lti(liaiiu!)i.>Us, April 19.-The Inter-n.ational K.xccutive JJoard of the United Mine Workers ol America, after tx-iuff in pxccutiw session all day, .idjoi'.rnfxi last night. Secretary Wil.son �aki the boaid endorsed the stiMko of live liundrcd men at Loth-bridge, Alia., and hod votod the striUers *il,00O w�ckf|y for support. Mr. Wilson said this was the only in-�foimation that could be made public. Bright Prospects 1w LedihrMlc. 11. 11. Ovwn, of the O. W. Kerr Co., told the fforald the other day that in North Dakota fmiuers fro()uontly went us deep as l.OOO feet to get \ Thou they woitld got an artesian well, which was far bettor and more economical in 'the long run. It would, he thouglvt, 4)6. just as ?r wwr raiiea to measure to every claim made for ir, .sures high-ciassworkrannsbipi'isvsurrounded by every sanitary' arrange-' nient. The gi-eater part of one floor^ is devoted to a dining room, wheni^ Tlie proof of the real value of the Stetson Hat the niammotli Stetson factories would never have developed, isn't that clear to you r Wt have the Stetson S(i(i and Derlij- lUti in all the lalesl stylei. Price for all Staple Shades $#-oo the SloO employees maytakc: thcirr.. iiii'd-day luncheon in comfort. A' liitchon and lunch -counter can bni manaj^ed by the co-oi>crulion of the'-whole svorking staff. Built according to plans prepared, l,\' Mr.' lleatty, the Semi�lteady toiU, oioy, is situate in Montreal far; a way front the nOisoinc factory' dis-trict. . It is on Guy street, near: Sherbrookc, on one" of the plateaus'; from where Mo\)�t l!oyal begins its : steep ascent. -  - d, elected at the annual meet- Big Assortment. Specially I5f,r.t::.d-""M^^^^^^ dent, Chas. II, Nelson, afcma�inglM-:^ suitable for Stockmen Nelson; IMrector, A. Southard LETHBIUDGE. ALBERTA dent, rector,- Herbert A A. S. T.�ing. - - President Mercer "was tor many .vciurs a successful mcivhant tailor in # Pe'.erboro. He was one o4 tM first # business men to recognize the poasU iMli'lies of the Souii-Ready syirtem. and how surely it must displace the cruder custom tailoring methodit. just as the Goodyear procosa revolution iv.ed the shoemaking induatcy. ^ Mr. A. Southard hos the Slcniii'^iJ Itendy wardrobe for IMhbPidge, ami * he .sais that the now spring styles fire exactly the same as the garr A iiveuts being turned out by the fa9h> lonable Ilrnadway tailors in Now York. i . ' i i THE CASH i i � i � ,000 impulation in five years. "Vo;u are just on tho '. verge of development" he remarked busi-^" the Herald 'the other day. �^�l ' ' "'have seen districts like the Weybum-J ^ district in Saskaicltewan that �om^�j|g| yettr% ago was not con.sidorcwl any. /'�:'] good at all iWl up rapidly and - pr(5||Sf| 'dtice as.line crops as any acMlon that province.'i '�'V'H' 0361 ;