Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGK. ALBEBTA. TIIUUSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1906. NUMBER 39 If you are wanting Anything in Furniture Gall and See Our Stock Our Prices are Right and Our Terms Liberal Be rare aiid see our Dresser mmI Stand at $19.50 . It is � Sn�|�. �J.HUl(&Co Geaeral Ml�rch�iits Furnifiirc Dept. Upttftirs THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE raitf-up Capitil $10.000.000. Beterv Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO U. t. WALKER, GaiMrat Manager__ALEX. LAIXO. Ami. GmI UmMgK BRAWCaBBS TKROUOBOUT CAMAllA, AMD IM , , TBtB UMITBD 8TATB8 AMD BNOLAMD A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMBRS'BAMXIMO Brerj fMiUty afforded y�mers for their baalrtag teeiaeas. Salea Motea caahad or takoa for collaotioii. BANKING BY MAIL.-deposits may be made Qf fvithdrawp by .. ami). Out-of-town accounts receive evcrv^attention� CALOARV CUAKKSIIOLM KU,UO.VTO.\ ItiGli KIVEK BRANCHES IN ALBERTA UE.\VI.NGS NANTON STAVELY LtTHBRlDOE PINCHER CkEEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PONOKA_ ^VEOREVILLE, MEDICINE HAT RED DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C O. K. NOURSE. MAnaobr EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ^ BANK .l On Eastern Townships Bank, Tober Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Cipilal all paM mp...................tl4.NI.NI Knarved Paad...................... lili4N BilSKc Profit and Uss..............' M|l.lff Head Office, Montrea* PRESIDENT; aiflHT HON. LORD ST�ATHC09IA amd MOUMT KOVaL, Q. O. II. 0. VICE-PRESIDENT: >IOM. SIR SRORQR A. DRnHUOIID. k. c. U.C Brancnes and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in tiondon, England, Now York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular letters of Credit and Commercial Credits iRsued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafia aold avslUble at fell point* In United States, Ruro|M� aad (!aitada lnt�r�at aliowwd on i'o|ter, ............... 2,;it!5 Stafford villa(j-?0 MAN KILLED On the A. R. i I. Dredge at lilagratli. CAKKNTER Yt^LOST NiS LIFE Me was Strack^t Ml Hccc af Tinker. Totul popiiliition IHMflgf ............. of fx'th- 3,I2.S The wnsK.s figmv.s for sanU; poitiis in Allx-rln hsive boon unnoimci-'U unt'thl)riro|>i'r, has incroaso mines, whic-h nro for all purposos cx-rept miinicipiil, part of th� c ty. th, actual niimlior of people in l.elh -liriilgc are over !1,000 accordinp; to the ceji.siis. Thn census was taken at a nuist unforlimate tinve foi'- this >thhridgc is to have a visit from another newspaper party, the renn-.sylvunia Editors Association, num iMsring ahout 150. is toiiring the w.-st and will likely strike here early ne.vt week. WAS AT Lirrimmocjio. Voung Man AflorWanls Arrested ShelUy .runctiou. at (Calgary Alhertaii.) On Thursday night a man naiU'-d Kvuii Phillips ai-rivod in the oity, ami lioforc going to l>erace of timljer, weighing aliout 8�)0 poiinils to support the frame work of the steam .shovel. It was being raised by a pully when one end 1. D. Higinboihaiii. not out ....... !.'> P. Kirkhani. c. Kemmis, ij. '.i ;i M. O'Oonnell. b. Knight ..... E.xtrns ............................. If^ Total �^ riNiiii:i! (UKRK. Isl. Innidfjs. . Purkis, iiiii out ...................... A HAT FOR EVERY HEAD ALL THM QtfACeFUL SHAPea IN THE POPULAR aHAOgB Selecting the Hat ta all important inatier. Yon shoiikl have the one that looks well with your features. Yon may be dreiwra in the iateat tiling thnt fashion dictiittis, but if your hat ta iog the neatness of yotir costnnie is similetl. We have the stock from which yon old or uahecoming i are able to get the right one. STRAW HATS CUT IN HALF The season for straws is jttst at its height. W. Hings ... ,-. KiiUbani. b. l.uc- We have upon good 'authority the information that (ho Provincial Oov-crnment know nothing ofllcially in regard to reported changes in H. N. W. M. P. administration at Lethbridge. They have made no r.!)-erations Soon. The Herald learns from a very good ^urce that a private company pur poses conmtcncing at an early date to Ijoit) for oil near the city. HUDSON' BAY LAXDS. Minimum Price Raised to Ten dollars an Acre. If. MaclKtth, has received a wir.' from Con-.ihiRsioner Chipmun stating that the minimum price of HudsonV May lantl.s .has l)ei>ii raised to glO.OO an acre. Battloford cUizen."* will shortly vote dn a l),v-law to secure $.^0,00r> for jjistalling a waterworks aysteni. K. liaillii'. I. IliiiLis ................ f. a. Knight, I,. \. C. Kerimii.'. as ...................................... ft R. Hardy, b. Ilings .................... O C. S. Tench, c .'-il.-uiiit, b. Luca.s I C. F. HiscocUs, iiiii out ........... O I. Howker. r. l.ucii.s. b..Hings .... O W. Hardy, b. Hiiij;.s .................... i W. Cox c. Luca.s ii Ilings .......... H \\. Coiince. lint iiiit ..................... 1 Kxtras ................................. 5 Totul aa LF.TIIIlllll'OR. 2nd liiiiidns. .1. A. Slade. 1. 11 W , b. Knight 0 .I.D. Higinboihajii. b. Knight ...... 0 1>. M. .lohnstoiu' 1. II W., b. How- ker .............................. :........... a .\. O. Lucas. .-. IIkkI.v. b. Knight 20 Dr. Stewart, c llailU,-, b. Bowkor II C. (J. K. .N'our.s... b Knight ......... 3 11. V. Mayiiai-d, b llaillio ............ 8 A. W, Ilings. n.)l uiil ................ 3.'I \. Ila^nsl(.^�. iif "n' .................. !.'> Extras ............................... f> jjOc Straws for.... $1.00 Sailors for....,.....50c $2.00 Ima. Panama......$1.00 They will not last long at these prices. Be on hand early and get the first choice. Dttrittg the aaoftth of Augnat wa will offer ayaeial valuca in dl liaaa of felt kati. Wa ell only the beat makca, a�ek m Stetaoa, Milacr, Stanley. HaaOltoa, Pitt Stella grade, etc. It ticklei him to cany it heme almost it much at if pica*** hi* father to wear it- ' Stetson Hat In all out csiwricnc* wt have known of only one hat that ess bfl laid to be tht leader io tiylc ami quality. That'* why wc il-way* offer ih* SlM*on iii all hapet -Derby and Sod, THE HIGH SHOULDERED MAN. The high shouldered man is usually the strong man I . ' His fprbeaw-were probaUv of prodiff-iout ttlength-acctutomea to terrinc muscular cxe^on that made the shoulder tionea iAkger and the muscles more than ordinaria^ developed. The physical likeness carried ^from one generation to another is marked in certain venerations-we meet this type quite frequently. By each degree of inch of alteration- the type is known-thus if ^ inch has to be taken off, the type is known as high shouldered. For the high shouldewd mah 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 ohlv two ho6rs to make your suit (It as required when trying on 1 Money back if there's the leaft dissatisfadlion! Type B High Shouldered Variation n. SOUTHARD Total (for Krominont lawyer of our city, another was the pastor of oiie of ottr churches, the third was aluo a gcn-(leinan of the black cloth who holds an importnnt charge at Calgary, u'hile the fourth, who lixbored unJ^r a heavy Nuit cane, was a lumbcrinuh who commands extensive operations in the west. .\n .Jntorview re%'oal!l the fact that they were victims of trying circumstances. They had sayee or what tho prospects were of making connections at Macleod. When flnally that point was reached it was (utind that tho castboutid train had pulled out a >�i!w luinuteti before, careless of tho feelings of a carload of passengers who found themselves .itraiided fur from home and ava.v from important Jul ies and engagemonts. Four individ -tials hunted up the agent and impiir-ed when tho next freight train would be going east. They were given the very definite information that .-. train^ was on the road somewhere that Would bo going .sometiiDc. A request was then made that he sec uro from tho Superintendent periuiss-ion for these stranded |)a.s.sengers lo bo forwarded as freight. They were told^hcy would have to telegraph for themselves. He was then asked to lelegrai^i for them and at their expense. Tho obliging reply was that he hadn't time then, and ttnywa.v .he freight would probably pull out iio-foio lie could got a reply. Thivo hours biter the freight pulled o'.it. The four stranded pilgrims were on board. They., had huntod up tlf-> train for thoinselvrs, dodging shunting engines nnd escaping with their lives. They had boarded the caboose coaxed, pleaded nnd bluffed, and finally worn allowed to ride by freight ou first class tickets. But their troubles were not yet over. At Whoop Up they were informed IhAt an oilier had come to loavo the train on the siding and return with engine and caboose lo I'carce, So Ihoi pilgrims gathered their Juggage end facetl the inevitable. Eig|tt Ion.; ; tedious miles they trudged across the prairie iu the iicat, ineditatiair UK they walked upon the joys of travelling, the way of railwayH and the value of good railway coonpetit-ion. At high noon they reachod town, a weary, weak kneed banil. The preacher was too late for Ilia niorning service, the lav-yer hal missofi an important appotBtment. The lumberman was an AnMrietn and a.s ho turned his (ace toward tho nearest hotel, he. aaid: "truly you Canadians are a long Buffering people." The other preacher is prop.ir -ing a. lecture on the subject, "From Calgiiry to ticihbridgc via. Whoop ITp." Cranhrook Herald: If Lethbridge violated tho rules of tho lacrosse league nIio In not ohtitled to that game. That is all there is to It. WTiat is right is right..