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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge > . *J> Vt "* r VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 0, 1�0tt. NUMBER 40 If you are wanting Anything in Furniture Call and See Our Stock I | Our Prices are Right and Our Terms Liberal Z Be rare and see our Dresser and Stand at $19.50 It U a Snap, $ EJ.HUH&Co Ocaersl Merchants Furniture Dept. Upstairs THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reierve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO �. E. WALKER, General Manner AI.EX. LAIRD, Ami. Gm'I MamffM BBANCHBS THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THB UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A ataarel �Miia| satineti traniactttf. acctaatt may at aeattf aal caaiactet If wall wit* all araacMi at Hilt lank. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposit* ul $1 and upward* received, ��d interest allowed at aurrant rata*. 'I'hc depositor i* aubfeet lo uo dalav what* v�r ta th� withdrawal of the whola or any portion of the depoait CALCAKV ILAKKSHOI.M i.OMOXTON Itll.H RIVl.K ISMSKAIL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS N ANTON STAVELV LKTJIBRIDGE PINCHER CKEEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PONOKA VECREVILLE MEDICINE HAT RED DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN lethbridge branch C. G. K. NOURSE. mamaobr EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK �i�� Lethbridge Branch - 5.^" TABER FATALITY ARE IN SOUTH COUNTRY TODAY They Nave Had A Very NeauM Journey A distinguished party, consisting of Lieutenant Governor llulycu, Chief Justice Sifton, Premier Huthorforcl, lion. W It. dishing, Hon. W. P. Pinlay, Hon. Peter Talbot, .lohn llerron, M.P. All (be member* oft he Alberta legislature with the exception of Fletcher Hredln, V. Itrick, lohn T. Moore and Hon, pre.* ent, includes an official welcome at the lethbridge Hotel and a drive out to Coaldule, where the special train will l>e uivi-.md the putty proceed on their .iottrn.-v t> y,-.-d� .lie Hat. The legislators tour commenced on Monday, when most of the day -vus .spent at Banff. A reception >,us given at Calgary in the evening. Wednesday the trip took in all point.*, on the l\ and 10. line to Mucleod and up. the Crow s Next Puss to Coleman In the Puss, the party hud an opportunity of seeing some of the great intBrpriscs at Frank und Cole-num. One of the- most pleasant features of the-day was-the delightful reception ut the beautifully situated town of Pincher Creek. Mayor Mc-Kachren read the address of welcome and Lieutenant Governor Duly en u> u Premier Ituthcrford replied. At night Macleod did itself prou.i. A band greeted the excursionist* . the new town stdtion-the spec ui wus the first passenger train lo pn�s over the new line into the town Carriages conveyed the visitors Id the Court House where a recop'.ion wus held.. Mayor Oratly read en address, after which the citizens were Introduced to the Lieutenant-Cover nor and Premier. Then refreshments were served und a dance was held. Hon. Senator De Veber und Mrs DeVeber and W. C. Simmons und Airs. Simons nrc in the party. On the trip to Mucleod lust night, uu impromptu concert wus held. Hon l>r; De Veber's songs were riehlj enjoyed. Hon. W. T. Finlay also *nng. C. S. HotehUiss of Clmvsliolm. and and A- H. Mucdonulil, the well known rancher, vere menihers of the party yesterday. Hon. W. H. Cushing is condtii'tiug the party to the stttisfactinn of everybody. He keeps the train lo schedule time but allows the party to see all that is worth seeing. The magnificent crops were a rev elation t o many of the northru men. The trip will do much to ru lighten many of our legislators as to the resources of Southern AII>or �a. When Car Collided with a Support and Cive-in Resulted Frank Zkigrey, Talier, wus killeil In one of the Taber.Coul Cn.'s mines at that place on Tuesday iii'teriinini The unfortunate man was riding mi a truck in the mine when the ear jumped the track, and Unneking over a support allowed .a tur^e ipinntitv of earth to fall upon the nmn. Coroner lliginliothani of th's ,ity was In Tatter yesterday liuliliny .in inrpipst. The verdict was that Mr. Zngrey had come to his death by carelessness on Ihe part of himself. WILL SEE LETII Hit I DO K. (Special to the Herald ) A large number of trainmen and hunkers from Winnipeg are louring the vest. The parly will visit Let It-bridge on Saturday, August IMtlt. For the Hoard of Trade Year. I'he following commit tc,s have been nppotnted by the Hon id Trade: industrial.-K. A. Cunningham, \V. Qlivcr und M. Freenmn. Finance-It. F. iteeve, II. Macbeth. O. U. MuckMicking, C. 11. lUnueon. Imtnlgrution.-t:. A. Magratlt, Hon. Dr. DeYeber, M. Young, C. J. Ec!�.-storm. , Publicity and AdvertImiik.-('. ! I*. Conybeure, K. (.'., K. 11. Fessmi-den, W. A. ituchunan. T. M Kvuns, Dr. Mewburn, W. C. Ives. Kates and Railways.-Mayor Itog -ers, P. L. Nnismith, M. Harford. F. V. R>lands and J. I.. Slovull. Vgrlculture.- W. II. Fuirru-ld. W A. Hamilton and Fritz Sick. Iteceptlon and Entertainment ~ \\ . Simmons. M. 1*. 1'., Ceo. Hobin son, T. D. Kevin. C t; K. Ni�ii-.e C H Wilson. I. M Johnstone -WEEKLY MAItKET ItEPOItT. (Contributed by Hater a Mclx�un.) Our cable today from Liverpool shows quite a decline in prices from last week. . Onturios making 11 to 11 J, and llanchorH l�> to 104 cts. Ah mentioned in our circular week ago the high prices prevailing last week was cuused by short sup plica. The locui trade for butcher cattle during the last week has been fuirly good there being practically no t.ui cher cuttlo offered, and nny few that happened lo lo on the market re alizod a good price, some making us high as 4) cents. We are not lu swell! No doit I it ul tout that! The handsome greys und browns und dico.ks and overplaids in worsteds and IwhhIs are tIn-, stnnrtcst, niuterials' shown for years. Then, too. tlit! suits linvt* an iiir of distinctive tlressiiivss. HELD A SMoKKIt An F.njo.suble Atlulr lb-Id at tiie llali'aeks. The members ot "K" Divisiuti ,u the It N.W.M.IV. gave a very ple.is unt und sui-ees-.ful Smoker" ut :h.-barracks on Suturday night, at which a large iiuiiii'er of their eivil  Ian friends were present by invitation. Sharp tu tie' call of tint- ami after a few remarks from the eht.r man, (Sergt. tiillcspie) the following programie-e �us carrieii through without a wait nr hitch, each it.-m receiving veil hum.led approbation. l'ltOi;i! VMMK. Th.- It.....li-li-rs" II. U K I Waiter Souk ner. Song- 'Suns ,.i the Sea' Appleby. Trio.-".lark and (Sill" Mes.rs Hurrop, lling* and Kiluer. Song-Tie- \lii;lity Deep," I' A Dench Song.-"Clnirus lleiilleliieu," (I II Mullet t. Song.-"Killai u.y" F Hurrop. Duett-"Tenor and iturit on.�." Messrs. Kilnet- .hmI Ihttrop Cornet Sid.i- sdeet d" Serge.mi Gillespie. Song- "lllue IHI" Walter Applii.v Recitation-"III.i'k to the Ar.uv Again." A. Hu-fiiiOi. Song-"Death ,.l N'l-lson." A II Hings. Song-"The IhMthless Army" p \ Dench. Trio-"Shephel lis tell Me" Mi'Ks.-H Harrofi, ItitiKs anttr In ileum �re alwttyu busy but not too busy lo give your order the most eaieful attention. Men's Two Piece Suits fVmt and |i/iiitm only, ainojf or'donblt* Ini-UHt-ed in Kiev and brown mixtures, Special litis week, only......$7.00. Men's Three Piece Suits Double or single breast-ill. niiule of faney tweed and s'icniios. in browns, greys aiid greens. Special for this week only ................&I.0O Men's Norfolk Suits With or Without yoke, made of all wool Seoteh and English tweeds in grevs and fawns. Special this week only $12.00 Men's Semi-Ready Suits Made from pure wool. Scotch tweed*, eillier single or double bn-asl ed in grey a and browns, in small patterns and overchecks. Fiuibhetl to your measure .. sfl.VDO. The collar and shoulders are the most cnuspicuods features of n tout. You want the right and yon el want them to stay right. That is f where the Reliable Workmanship coll Ills. The collar and shoulders of our _ couts are hand stitched into shape % it in 1 are guaranteed not to break or 80 ii- The I'tuh excursion to Sunny � Southern Alberta will urrive ut ; Stirling on Sunday next. According to Salt Lake paperi* a large number are taking advantage of the excursion, Throuph the Agricultural Society Mr. C. IV Howniun offers a special prize of $10.00 to be awarded to the property holders in Ihe City o lethbridge. who in the opinion of the committee of the Agrirultura Society has mude the greatest \>;;> gress in tree planting in JbOrt. En tries should be made at once with the fair socretnry. * (J (J O * $>hwc else than liiylt yr;ide cu-.toni tailoi-ini; -is the high uai-.i. the \v;ust is tnuUti to fit perfectly and yet give comfort-plenty of cloth -- as yon can see tor yourself. There are straps on the bad; of each pair to tighten-hut you won't need them ; ihe- c trousers fit. The le�s are neatly shaped - conventional in width and **set" beautilully. Delivered two hours alter Hying ^o.  oq o A LOCAL BUDGET. Aid Oliver is in Calgary lit Icluluit; j le- t.'iaud Lodge of Oddfellow-. ! Wunlid- I'litiiislii.J rooiiis. Apply iu I. 1'itbxt. Ia'I lib ridge Motel. Andy Scott. Ha.Miiond's populur jeweller, was in ihi- city Monday. A merry-go-round is in operation next to Hrodia & Stairoril's . hurtl-ware store. T. -limitter, for disorderly roitducl, was taxed $1 and costs ut the pol.iv ourt uu Monday. H. O. lingnii hits tlisposeil of >k lots on Court land St. throuith t'.i--C. II. Howinuu Agency. L. II. N'ev limn, sceivlary *of 'he Caiiaitiuu Seed (.'rowi-rs' A-soc at ton, Ottawa, i* in Imui ii.daf 'The infant sou of Mr. and Mrs. Hell of Statfoiilv ille was l.urieil nil Tuesday morning. Hev. .1. E llngu-son olllciated. Messrs. Hobt. ibe.v und C. K. Snow of Curilstiin, and Hishop li.�is nill U> Miss Maud tn-city. He is favorably iiupn--.-. d �i- �,.si. W; C. McKillican. �h,> ,s m rh.ir^e of tile seisl branch of I In- liouiiuinii Itepal't llieiil of Agi-u-iill me, .am. lust nij-ht from tin s.niili coinilr.v. Mavi'oiiuM, t.-.iilier ui Hay luuiiil. uiiK in the city one day this ni-el. in iiiuii- lo Calgary, when- sh,-Hill visit fur ll few weeks l�;iw i:iloli. the well knouii and � nerjrei a- proprieior of til,- t'aiilslon Star and MuKi.itIi l'ionei-r. �as isti-ri-d at the I'lallav Uist night, lb- in I Miss McCoy, soloist. Western papers speak very highly of them. At Wesley Church on Sunday the pastor will preach upon the follow -ing subject: "Christ's Answer to tin- Man Who Had Some Doubts.", At the close �f the service the Sacra-meiii of the lord's Supper will, be administered. lu the evening Rev. \ Itobb of Elora, Ont., will pre.ich. T-'e. I'nltesiin would In- pleased I n , (,,,, (,,. ,|,. south this u-nriiillg with receive sumples oi grams grown up- |tni, tegislators. >n dry lands f.u evlubiliou at the j v Vu.,il.l. l)f Ca/i.-i Unit hers Construction Co.. is in loan today. Mr. Cii/ier Is in this district. en doavoi'lng to secin-u men to work o.i railway const met Ion, but reports i',,i evhiliiliou at the ' Iowa Stale lair. Hes Monies, Four cars of Hnymond sugar and two curs of lli'uir niiilert in the sanie town passed through Letlibridgij today. liilioivi-s very scarce. Head the Herald �ds. Just ice Street of the Out a io High Cutlft. is dead. .lust ice Sedgwick of th� f'upv. Ul Court, of Cnnadu, died lust week. Mrs. Peterson, wifo of C. W. Peterson, aecretaiy of the Calgary Hoard of Trude, died last w�ck, ;