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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 1 LETIIIIRIDGK, AMIERTA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1000. NUMBER 99 If you are wanting Anything in Furniture Call and See Our Stock Our Prices are Right and Our Terms Liberal Be sure and see our Dresser and Stand at $15.50 , It is a Snap. EJ.HUl net mil nttmher of people in I.cih -bridge i"''' over !l,000 nrcording l� the census. Tin1 census was tiik'eii at ii most unfortunate time for IhlM ity. us several liuiiili'i'd iM'dplc luiil loft owfliK tin1 Mtrlki" iii (lie mine Iliui ihc mini* Ihmmi in ncllvp opcrnt on. th�> fiKiiiivs woiilil have l.oiti fur more sntisfiictiiry. Olhor returns for follows: I'olal |iii|tuliil inn l�rlrl({i> ............. of l^'lh- n.ia^ KmII Yust, onu of ih'J A.H. A I. |ntor� working on rlrmlgo No. :t, wns almoNt irmtnnlly killcil at ilu|)ol't tlio fin mi' work of tho stouiu shovel. It wiin lieiiij; raised liy a |iiilly when one end t-iui>{. HiKinliotham weal I down by sperinl train to Ma;ny Cricket Match t'lnrhcr Crook. With Struthcomv ...................... Wetuhktwin ................. lied Deer ........................ Miii'IihmI ......................... IliKh Uiver ................. LllCfillllie .................. ardhton ...................... Fort Saskatchewan ...... 'oft Saskatchewan l'onokn ...................... i'hi'Se fiKllies are subject revision and correct Inn. Calgary makes a strikint;lv howlllK riWisiileritlx the esllln.i'es that have been made uf Its jio|>ul it lull. to 2.027 I .Hfil 1.420 1.14� 1.018 1 015 I 2 i7:i :.�.* 17:1 |"�or vnotiiku ncNcii ��r i:iiir�n(s Will Strike Here Karly Week. the (elldM-idge. is (o hut'c a visit from another newsfia|>er party, the IV1111 sylvnnia IMltnis Association, mint liorinp; about 150. is touring the and will likely strike here euilv next week. WAS AT I.KIIMUUUCK VounK Mini .Vfieiwuids Ai rested Shelliy .1 unci ion. nt (Culgury Albert a 11.) On TliiiiMlny infill a man nar.isl Kvaii I'hillips arrived in iln� e|t>. and before koIuk 10 '"''i 1'"' pile hotel deposiieil $0itll with !!�' iliKlil clerk. Hoy SpenciT. In the iiioi'iiiiik when I'liillips asked for the money 11 was not in lie found and Spencer hud Kime. � It was learned that he hail taken the South train, nnd on I'c.tlay a wiie came from U'llilirldne Kivinif the iriformntiiin that he would return on the following day. He was arrested at Shelby .him-lion on Saturday. Sel'Kt. Wilson leaves lbs iiiornlliK for Shelby .function to briui |Ml"VIS'cr. KNOWS NOTHINd Kor tlie first, (line for several years l^'lhtiridne on Saturday lust, enter � tallied 11 Cricket Club representing another Uisirict, I'iitclu-r Cixs-k belnn the visitors, mid the result showed that in cricket, as in other sports thbriiige is well able to h. lit- its \vn. I he 1 j'tliliriilK'e Cricket Club de sire to thank very heurtily all tbe ladies who so very kindly proxiilcd (he tea and reireshiueiits. mid also dispensed t belli Now that they have shown that they are worthy of it. perhaps fol � lowers of the game will come for -ward and rwtuWr the assistance which the Club merits, mid iilso stands in need of i.i:rniii:ii'i;i: I I si llMllllK* > W. Ilin>;s, run ..ui ...... A. Slade. I. I! I la 1 d\ . 1! t.ucas, I. 1! I lardy . . M. .fohnstoiie I. I'. Ilimly Stewart. i- I'. Ilard.v. It. IVnch ..... V. May mud b r-iuh llarnsley. t. I each ........ �!. K. Xonrse. 1, i: lln ily I). Iliu'l'bl'llllHll ""' OUt Kirkhatn, c keinuus, o ' M. O'lionuell. 1. bninlH Kxt ras A .1 v i Hi It v c 1.1 I I 0 1; 11 1.1 Total I'INtlll.i: t'llKKK. I st Intunus II I'liikis run .mt �� K. Ilillllle I- lllML-..... C KiokIiI I. i> U i> |Iiiikn v C Uellllios . K.i i.lliim. It. (i la i:� 'I It' '.I'.l I.iii- A boil I the Reported It. CltaiiReK. n W M We have upon Rooil uiilhorily the information that the Provincial Uov erniiient know not hint; ottlcialiy in reBiinl lo reported rhanficB in || N W. M. |�. adminiKtration at l>>lh bridge. They have made no r. com niendntioiiK of any kind. as .. ........ !' k Haiily. b II>i�� if your hat ta oltl or uutiecoming the tiealneHB of your eoatmnu is aiuiled. Wo have tin- stock from which you are tible to get the right one. STRAW HATS CUT IN HALF The seuaon for at raws is jttst nt ita height. We have a iurge stock of them and want to clear everyone of them before the season is over. We will therefore Cut the price of All Straw HaU ia Htlf EVERY STRAW HAT TO BE SACRIFICED AT HALF PRICE .......I2\v 'In >C Stsitws for..... o0c Straws for...... $1.00 Sailors for..........50c $2,001 inn. Pananiu......$1.00 They will not hist loug at these prices. Be on hand early and get the first choice. During the month off Aug oat mt will offer tyeeinl value* in alt tinea of felt hnta. W� sell only the beat makes, aueh na Stetson, Mtlner, Stanley, Hamilton, Pitt Stella grade, etc. It tickle* him to carry it hame alnio.t as much a* it pfcaic* hi* father to wear it- The Stetson Hat In all our experience we have known of only one bar that can be Mid to be the leader in atyle and quality. That'* why we al* wavt fitter the Stetton in all ihapea -Derby and Soft. THE HIGH SHOULDERED MAN. The high shouldered man is usually the strong man I His forbears-were probably of prodigious strength-accustomed to terrific muscular exertion that made the shoulder Lonei bigger and the muscles more than ordinariaiy developed. The physical likeness carried from one generation to another is marked in certain generations-we meet this type quite Frequently. By each degree of inch of alteration- the type is known-thus if l/i inch has to be taken off. the type is known as l4 high shouldered. For the high shouldered man we require the following alterations. The backs and fronts are shortened the required amount and the arm hole remains the same. We tailor all Semi-ready suits to physiques. Since we have each seam made with outlets, it takes only two hours to make your suit fit as required when trying on 1 Money back if there's the leaft dissatisfaction ( Type B High Shouldered Variation 144 SOUTHARD K�o.l (iir tlate Total i I'm I! Kirkhaii 'tut no) .iii.l rtiekelHJ l'>1 I M ii llollllell lll'l>St)N HAY i.AN'MS. Minimum I'liio IUIkimI ItlfH ail Aere. lo Tea l�o|- wir. ii. aluelieth. lias iweiviil � from Con iiiissloner f|ii|nauii statin; that the minimum juiee of Hudson's Kay IiiikIn hiiK U-eii raise.I to $10.00 an ftfre. Ilattlofoiil clti/etiM will nhortly vot� on a hy-law to Kiu-nie fSO.oOO r..i-iiititalllin; a "uteiworkH Nynleiu. i'isi in i: i i:i:kk. 'Jllll llllllll^h | u i'uikis. I. limn- .............. I-: llaiil.i . .lohnsloiie ............ C V. Uisi-ock*. ! IIii-B-n ............ .1 lion ker, 1. Slaile ................ C knight, li .loluiKloiiH ........... S TetU'll. I' llllllf.. It Jlill/fK .. \ C Keiimiis i Nourse li. IlillK8 I \\ llanly. � .lolinstone ............. |t) llaillie. li Hiutf*........... | w. i'o". run out ................. W. ("oiiihv. not out ............ K*tr*� ............. Total 1 o .". l i:t HO AN 8 MILt STROLL Experience of a Quartette ei Travellers. iva.i learheil it nus loiiiul thai lltu eiihtlMiuiiil train hail imlleil out it lllinnles Im'I'oiv, rurelehs of lllo feel-inys oi' a lailoa.l ol |>a>.Nengi>iw who fouiiit themselves hi lauded fur from i home ami uvay li'oiii important lui it's uilfl enmnjelnellls. Knur illllil ill  |\.ui dust covered iiidiv.iiuaU lu,n�wj M,, tl,i, wgl.,lt 4U,, j,,,,,,.. steered their way into town at hitl� ......,......, . noon on Sunday. TUi'.v looked vo I " lillKi'iaiH I'l-iuii aluiv A closer o.viei- i iiiiilion, however, discloKOd that file I was a (imminent lawyer of uur city, ] uiiother was thu pastor of one of our iliui riles, the third was also a gen-ileiiian of the lilaik cloth who holds an iiii|iortaiit chargo at (Calgary, while the fourth, who lalmred un.l.'r u heaxy suit ease, was a lumliei'iiuui who riuniiiuitds extensive o|ieratioii8 in the west. An .interview reveal �-t the fact that they were victimi of trying ciri'iimstaneoK. They had  * sayed n journey from ralKt'f.v lar (anicii InifK- Then their inmliles Im'khii. At llitjh itiver � to-train with one ear o(T the rails, blocked the wuy A polite lint i r-Kent inf|ttiry could elicit from the odicials no hint us to how long ti lie could get a reply. Thr-