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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe z'/'/ ~ "r - �^a- VOttJME 1 LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 9. 190tt. NUMBER 40 i I If you are wanting ^ JI Anything in Call and See Our Stock ; Our Prices are Right and Our Terms Liberal I . ... . . : I ; B000. Befrvt Fund;$4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO 9. B. WALKER, Gvntnil Manafer ALEX. LAIRD. Aut. Cm'I MaiwffM BRANCBBB THROUOKOUT CANADA, AMD UK THB UNITBD STATBS AND BMOLAND A ItMral iMkini kmlMu IranMctoi. AceaiiRU may ba apaaH aatf'aaaiacM ly mail wttt> ail kraackaa a> HiU laak. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT DspiMlU uf $1 and upwitrda r�eeivcd. and inttraat allowad at Mirraat rata*. The depositor ta �ub|eet to no dalay wlwt* 'j avar in tba withdrawal u( lth�; wHala or mmy' portion of tha dapoait CALC'.ARV I LAKESIiOL.M I4ICH RIVER I^.VlSKAiL . BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS SANTOS STAVBLY LETIIBRIDGB PINCHBR CKEEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PONOKA VEGR|;Vli,LE MEDICINE HAT RED DBBit VBRMILlbN, / WBTASKIWlIf LETHBRIDQE BRANCH C G. K. NOURSE. v - . ; MANAQXR EASTERN TOWNSmPS �* .... . oavital...^/.V... I 3,000,000 BBSEKVE............... $ 1,600,000 HEAD OFFICE - � , SHERBROOfCE, Q|IE. Wm. Farwell - ^ PbESIDJEN'T Jamks Mackisn'os.  Gesebal Manaoek V 55 Brandies and Agencies in Canada -......... TwQ br.inch�s juat oiwnerl. in Alberta COLEMAN uader the maaagemcAt of George Cwiag TABER under the maaagcmcat off -P. E. Briiic The patronage of tliete localities is reapectfuilly aqlicited v'M Savings Bank Depirttnent in Conniwtion Oeneral Banking Busineu Carrie.! On taitam Bink, TaKar Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHEU 1817 Iliiarvad. Paaii. �� ��Ittcc Pralii Ml Mi.lSf~ Head Qfficev Montreal PRESIDENT; aiaMT ho!*. lord sthathcoma amu hocmt boval. o. r ii 1) VICE-PRESIDENT: hom. >tR aaoBoa a. drummomd, k. o. h. n. ''>*.'-a. oiinvanni,'r��!�aa'*i.>M�iir�a*h '-4. : -i Branonea aiicl Agenoias at.alitba'prliioipal poliita laCanadav:' Also in Ijondon, England, York, Ohioagb', . f Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Lettaraof Credit antt Commercial Credits! issued for use in all pairts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON rAVORABLE TERMS Drafts Mid ��allabta at all polots la Uaitad Statea, .Baropa aad Canada. Intereat allowed on dopoalta at currentTralea ON kjm Legislators Will Be Here Tomorrow ARE IN SOUriTcOUHITIV TODAY nicy Have IM A Very HmsmI JMMmcy A distiifguishud parly, consisting of Lieutenant Oovernor Uulyea, Chief Justice Sifton, Premier Rutherford, Hon. W.-H. Cubing, Hon. W. F. Pinlay, Hon. l*etcr Talbot, John Herron, M.P. All the momberfi of the Alberta Legislalure with the exception of Fletcher Brwlin, F. Brick, John T. Moore and Hon, t'. W. CroHS with . representatives of the prc�s as follows: J. . Young, t^al-gary'Herald; A. B. Wiitt, the Edmonton Saturday News; Mr. John -stone, the Edmonton Journal, Duncan Harshall, the Edmcihton Bulletin and Chas. Clark, the High Itiver Times, will upend tomorrow forenoon in LethbridgM. They reached here this morning at an early, hour and went south by the A.R. & 1. to .Stirling, Raymond, Magrath ami Cardston, from . which points ihthhridge reception;'at whluh it is hoped all citizens will bo pre.i ent, includes an oHicial wdlcoDie at the IvCthbhdgie Hotel nnd a drive out lo Coaldule, where the special train will .l>c takvi the ,>U!iy proceed on their journ.-v i> A;v'li�.,ne Uat. The legislators tour-conunenced.ou Monday, when mostiof the day wa.s spent at Banff. A reception v.'us given - at Calgary in the cvenintf. Wednesday the trip took in all points on the C. and E. lino to Macleod and up, the Cruw s Sent Pass to Coleman In the I'a.ssi the.party bad an ^ portuhity of seeing some of the great interpriscs at Frank and Coleman. One of the- most ploaauBt i&t-turcs of the- day was -the: delighttui reception at the beautifully situated town of Pinchcr Creek; Mayor Mc-Eachren read the address of weU.'�>RiL-and Lieutenant Uovemor Uulyea ii> u Premier Itutherford replied. At night Mdcleod'did itself prou.i. A band greeted! the excuraioniats :ii the new town, station-the " spec u\ was the first passenger, train lu'pavs rt%er the new ' line into the >.own: Carriages conveyed the visitors tu the Court House where a recei>Uon was held.: ' Mayor Qrady read �n address, after which the. citizens were introduced to the Lleutennnt-Oover nor and Premier. Then refreshments were served and a dance was held. TABERm^ALlTY Frank Zagrey Killed in Tab�^ WAS HDINC ON A COAL TRUCK tKlMR Car C0llMc4 with a Support imi CavMn Rciulied Frank ZhBroy, TalM?r, wns Killr-.l in one of the Tabcr^Coal Co.'.s niinos at that place on Tnc'.sdii.v aitornoini The unfortunate man wan riding on a truck tn the niino whckiri call of tini.! ami after a few remarks from the chairman, (Sergt. Ciillispie) the followia^^ prograniuic uas carried tlirouyii without a wait or hitch, each it'Mu receiving vol! hum ited approbation. PJftXJU.UIMK. Song-"Thfl lliiiMli'l.-rs" II. O. K'l-ner. Song-"Sons I.I ibe Si:!a" VVoiti'i-Appleby. Trio.-Mack ami Gill" Mi^s.^rs, Harrop, Hings ami Kiincr. .Song-"Til." MiKbty Dt^ep," P. A, Dench. Song.-"Chorus (lenllenien, ' d. H. Mullett. Song.-"Killaiiny" F. Harrop.' Duett-"Tenor and Itariton.i," Messrs, Kiincr anri Harrop. Cornet Solo-Select d" Scrge.inf Gillespie. Song-"niiip ' Walliir Apiiloi.v, Recitation-"Itliiol; to the Ar.uy Again," A. Hasflton. Song-"Death oi NVIsoii,"' A, 11. Hings. Song-"Tho IWiithlcss Army" I'.V, Dench. Trio-"Rhcphcids tell Mo" Mcss�, Harrop, Rings and Kilner. Song-"Solflii-'rs of ll>c Qunt-n.' Sergt. HoUler.son. Song-"Bonny -Mary of Ar^ylo," Chief Constable V'arry. Auld I.nnd Sync ami fJod S:ive fin; King brought u very pleasant e'v.''ii-ing to a clos.f. Messrs. Bennett and Xedbaui u.-companied on the piano. pTryU. First-Yott'II Find It Here DISTINCTIVE STYLES IN MEN'S SUITS The ni.nii w>�o is lookiiis4 for soqiething smart in Sfuminer or Full suits caitiiot atVord to luiss wbht we-have to show hiin. The Styles are New And Very Nobby. They an' swell! No dotiltt nl tout .that! The handsome grays and'browns and checks aiid bverplaidfii in worsteila awi twjf>ed8 ore th�� smartest materials" shown, for years. Then,, too, th� suits have an air of di.?tinctire dressioeas. n yon have not tried our Made-to-Order Dcnurtinent wtti.t iintil'you see what we nan'offer you before you buy your fall buit or overcoat. r>iir tailors �re always busy but not too busy to give your order the most careful, attention. Men's Two Piece Salts Ooai and iianiH only: siii^lt^ or tlotible i>reaHt-ed ill grev aiul brown inixturt>s, Sijeeial this week, only ; ..... Sthbridge, who In the opinion of the commltteo of the' Agriculi iirai Society has mode the gmntcsf pio gress In tree planting In 100(>.. Rn tries iihould Iks mnilo at qnoi-the fair secretary. n-itli o o >> O >> O Q � a ^ o it; ' T. .I.iinnior, for disot^leriy.coiidu.cl, wnstaxud and.cQsts at the police i:ourcts of the Hc.-it. W. C. McKillican, who is in iliacgi-of the seed branch oi' Hu- linininioit Department of .Agriculi iiic, linni? in last nlt'ht fioiii Ihf siiiilli loiiiilry. .' Mis.s .MacMoiialil, iciu'hi'r of Itay-iiiond, wa.'f in Urn city oi\o iliiy this Wfi'k will vi.sii )oi' a few weck.s. Va\o KIton, the 'woll iinown and ion, Otlnwa, i.i in town ti>da,v. T. 1'^. Pattcsoii woiilil IH' |>loa.sL'ci to ,, niTtc'tic jiropnelor ol the Cai'dslofi Semi Crowifcs Assoc.at - . ' ,;.SIar and Ma�-rnth I'lonccr, wa.s i-cg- istorod at the Dallas last night, lb.' loll for tho soiilli ihi.s nionilng with the legislators. A. Cttjrier ot ('a/.it'r ISrotlii.'rs (!on- sti'uction Co.. i.s in town today. Mr. Cuzinr is in tliis district i>n- do^voring to secure men,to wori: o.i railway constnictibii, but reports labori.'rs very scarce. receive samples oi' grains giow.-i upon dry land.s, for .'vhil.iliou at iho Iowa Slate fair. Pes AIoiiie,s, K.nir cars of Hnyinonil sugnir and two cars of tbjnr milled in the sane town passed (hiough Lethbridge today. Messrs, itobi. Ihey and C. K. Snow: of. Cardstoii, and Hishop iicvi and Hanker ol Magrath were in the city yesterday, en route to Taber,'to look over'son'UJ mining property with' ii view to investment. v Mr. II. I). Wellwood was in town'; I'liis week arranging lor a recital t: he given in Wesley church. Aug; 34. 'I'he .soloisi.s will be Miss Maud. :bn-deihill, reader and imperaoBator, aad Miss AlcC'oy; soloist. WeBtorn pap-' ers speak very higfhiy of them. At .Wesley Church on Sundajr tho jiastor will preach upon the follow-'^ Ing subject: "('hrist's Answer.;vto. the Man Who Had .Some DoubtH.'VAt the close ol the service, the'Sacra-iiient of the l^rd'sSupper will, he ad I n i n i s ti! red. I n the e ven ing Bev. A. ItobI) of TiUora, Ont,, will preach. Head the Herald ads. Justice Street of the Ontario High Court, is deaii. Inst ice Sedgwick of the S'i;rv;'i�-' Court, of Canada, died last week. Mr.s. Peterson, wife of C. W. Pst-. oison, seci-etai-y of the , Calgary^ Board 'orrTrudis, died last week.-U.">,;i%^i ;