Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
TiTe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 1 LET II BR I Dr.K, ALHIUtTA.. TIIUKSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1900. NUMBER 49 Rain Coals We have Them Just the tiling you require for this wot weather Prices $8 to $21 Top Coats Wo nro showing the Bwellest range of Men's Toppers, I'ulolols ami I'lstcrs ever shown in Li>thbrii1y;o Prices from $8.00 to $22.00 SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY fiUxottillyDmrf The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Mens Outfitters In Lethbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO t. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, At*. Owl MftMfW BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMERS' BANKING Ev�ry facility afforded Farmers for their ''""if business. Sales Notes cashed or taken for collection. BANKING BY MAIL.-Deposits may be made or withdrawn by �tail. Out-of-town accounts receive every attention. CALGARY O.AKI-1SIIOI.M KI�.MO\TON llli.ll KIVKU INM-d AIL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS N ANTON STAVELY LETHBRIDGE PINCIIER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PONOKA VEGREVILLE MEDICINE HAT RED DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE. MANAOER EASTERN TOWNSHIPS at BANK (A HIM I................ $ 3.01)0.000 iiesmiyi:............... * 1.I9I10.UIHI HEAD OFFK'K - STTKRimOOKI-:. ^UK. Wm. P.UtWCI.I. - PllEKIDENT J a MIX MUKINSOS. GliNKHAI. MaSAOBU 55 Branches and Agencies in Canada Two hrnurhos just npoiiitl in Alliertu COLEMAN under the management of George Ewing TABER under the management of F. E. Brine Tlif patronise of thi'so localities is respectfully solicited Savings hunk (loptrtiiiiMit in ('uiiiirctiuti General Blinking Husiitess l'arrie.1 Un Eastern Townships Bank, Tober Bank of Montreal ISTAHI.|S|li:i) 1817 Capital all paid up..... Iteacrved Fund........ Valance Prulil and Los*. ........SIM ........i$,mm ....... MS, IS* Head Office, Montrea1 PRESIDENT: RIGHT HON. I.OIU) STUATHCOSIA ANU MOUNT KOVAI-. 11 � M 0 VICE-PRESIDENT . HON. S1K 0KOKOH a. UHUMMONP. K people, v lir) enjoy tlu> nC(|iialntimru of Miss (li^ol. eldest daughter of I''.. (Ilgol. manager of the Hudson liny Stores. Nelson, unil sister o( V. A. (ligot, nuinnger o( the I'tiinn Iktnk CiinlNtnl!, will be shocked to lenrn of I lie death of her nance, llornrc Wallers, Chief Clerk lo Win. Whyio. 'Jiul vice-president of the CP.It. lit Winnipeg. They wi-io to hiivc been tntrried in Hepienilior, but Mr. Waller* met his death in a Ii'uIn collision on thn Winnipeg Bench branch on Monday. LOSES EYESIGHT Frightful Accident to a Taber Man. dynamite exploded at mine Young Englishman Is Now in the Gait (Itspital. Andrew llnwlpy.-a young Knglidi-tiinti employed in tln� T�l or inino. met. wllh a terrible �(>nt Insi week. Ho vub tamping n shot, when it etplmled, (hollering IiIh fare In a frightful manner. The young mnn was brought to the flnlt hospital and Is still otul-'i-treatment. He will lose the sight, of one eye and it Is problematical whether I he sight of the other eye will lie'saved or nut. SUBWAY ONCE MORE Communication before the Council From a. r. 4 I. Co. Winnipeg Tribune - An Important ileal in western e�ml himls was eoii-ludeil it few ilayx ago. It was the sale of the Tultor Coal Company �. property, a short distance from jelhhriilge, to an American synili -lite of I'apitnllsls headiHl l>y O. A Itolierlson, the well known speeul.it. or. who has operated in lh� Northwest so extensively ami successfully the last four or five years. The Tulier foal mine consisted (,i territory covering nearly ten thousand arivs of land with (he same deposit ,,f eoal as that owned liy (he Halls imil iipel'iiti'd so sue-essfully for years. The men win, oinpi'isitl tin. i'nlM-r Coal ami who owned unit o|h>rutcd I lie Tnbei mines Were gentlemen well know n ill Winnipeg and comprisi-d Mr. .1 Stanley Hi,will, the lairristcr. \|,-II. I' Adams, the coal mail. Mr Isaue I'oekhurn. secretary of the liiiniierinen'H asNoi'iation. Mr. .1. \\ Iteltes. real estate aui'iil. and It - v t'�noli lingers, I,rot her of the )| ,., II lingers. This iiihipiiiiv has Ihs-ii o|>eratiuK the mine for s,,me lime, having m vestiil ulioiit a hiindreil thoiisi,i,| lolluls ill tile enterprise. More i\i|. ital was needed to put the nee -s sary anioiuit of ko into the liiisjn,.�, lleivntly an oner of JtMMUMm foi the lu'operty was siitimitted on !,. half of the ultiive tiiniieil people, ami after some consideration it was u repted. It is understood that sirli if the nliove iiielillolled gent lene�n will clear the snug sum of $.*iU.iiimi. The tiew company is already get� itlg into slia|HJ cents The nnlv rh.iti'.'e from last week--(liioialionR Ik that the top i}iu�t.it-ions fur Handier* in a half cent I. �-er The market for Mutcher rattt,. I..-rully is not ro stronif. uteers may lie (pioted from Jli to IS.HO; cows !l� to !1 cents. A regular meeting of tho Ouy, Council w'n1* l�*-''d on Monday even.ug Cily Solicitor l\>iiybeare'h report on the woollen mill at Mislicllie Hal was rend. He staliil that 1lli; ma: u-inery wllH new', and a good pnel'u'l hud cost ^lO.ooo when it (in p/| up and would cost prohaldy ~"> P-v cent, more today, 'liie original ci.iu paliy Imd collapsed, Mi'I'hersoii iind txiught the luiildiiig for $11,000 ami sold it to .the company for &2i,"�>. An it might take some little ti Set', it. |k>rluipM glil.nnn might l.o mhI to jM. |ts iiitual valuation at 'Ma pn s- nt time. Mayor Kogeis did not know what hud cost, hut he had looked it over when in Medicine Hat and he Will s1"'1' would r,,n\ ?'_'.'>.ooii to l.uilil now. Mr. Md'hersoii said he had l.oluhl it f,.r Sti.iiOo. It wiiH worth |!H.imhi then, ii'i'l ��d spent sevral (hou-.iodx more for additions. He was sure he could s.-II it now for 'jo.00". The building vvaH Ktlltiitile for various purpose*. ,\, I.. Mcl'h^rson n..nt the lollow.-ntf letter i he the f'.tv t'lerk: pi view of the fflrt that it Is uen-rnll.v cons'di'feil that Hie amount m Woollen M'll slock at pi'iselit held in he east is iiiMiit'n i.miI. v prop'i'K afi-giianl the li.t-lest/, of the west m stockholders. | would ruipivst >.iu to wilhhol.l the issue of del.etituie stork gtlarnn-lisil l>V the city until $l.*i.ooO nddi tioliiil of coiiitiaui stuck link '..i'u suhscril'i'd hy eastern caidtalislH. Till'. SI IIW.W. The following leit.r was r.-reived from C. A. Magrath. laud coiinni-is loner of the A }\ a I I'o. In the event of a mihway lielng ottstriirted at an early date I am ln�.troe'"**! to sav that the coinpiuy In hiirh an event will place two oi three (docks on iUv market The lots to he AO ft dy 1'Jo It , and Ilm price if siime to l.u $-jo(l lor corner lots on) $>*>0 for inside lots with hull I-tug conditions, that is a hullding worth to ^l.ooo according to location to l.u ,.|v, ted wilhiu six Ulollllis of dale ,,| ^nte, our Iduu Ik) Hlg to impiove that part of the town and suOdivule additional laud when iifft'sbury." The Mayor ihoiiglii they should at solliu future iih'etihj; nguill coliKlder the Bill.way Willi,,,,! one, new indus i tics would un to Wot minster Itoad stuns would follow and a sort of suvulld town woulil grow up. I'hi rnilvvuy would want (!ali SI. clor.u.1 hilt (Jail sir,.,.) uoiilil l.e of no Us. ill liny evem i, � |i..y hail a KUliWay. I'hu fall si i'.-..i ,i,.ciii; v oiild he a hull one u.|ual to .;.i ug a niiml or of hlocks. Aid. Oliver said the.v ui-ro all groa IV in favor of the siihway. Intl not of the terms. |i |u. ..wind the lot niirlh of the li.uk lie would 1 .litliI mihway hiuiNelr m.^i minster Itoad was un ideal -He f..r inilustlies Aid Aduiiis i.n.n.il an overhead l.ruljS" Wood, (iundy .v, d Toronto. f*U ed for an o|Hiou ..i two weeks on tin. delient tires CTiHilh autllorl/eil ,il li price slight Iv iiUoc par Th. rei|iiest was granted 'IMie council pass, d the l.v law fi ing the assessment for the year The rates tnv, schools 7 mills d l,clllureK 1J n-ills. other taxes nine mills, total i7.i poll tav for persons not assessable s:! llel.ate of |0 per cent, on tuves paid liefor. llrlol.er .'11. There is no part of the clothing that has so much influence on the health as the underwear. It comes in direct contact with tho pores of the skin all over the body. If the* fabric from which the underwear is made be impure or adulterated the effect upon the health and comfort of thewenrer is anything but desirable. It is therefore of the grentest '^importance to see that you get the right kind of Underwear. Un'tml t.�rini>nt. Oouiila brantied, Long Jle.v.t The name JAEGER' stands for the SwMiar. Turn town C*llM, best, as only the finest and purest wool 19 used in thejutnking of litis celebrated underwear. JAEGERS PURE MARK jMar.H JAC0ER THE JAEUEH TRADE MARK IS IRADr Double ovriroiii the "Kansas lied" lln I eiug shelled III" head- averaged over si M y kernels each, and the heads were lined from two to four rovis on a iide lines they must have a crop there, as well as in North Dakolu. d.-p-works for \-w rtiMlvc in Al.lll'*.ltl\ Ottawa. I'U.' HO-I. Hi own ui v minister of piildii' South Wales, called upon the s.....e- it,ry of ^�ale to-i|a.V He is Koln� ,.st to study the IrrlKiition in Iherta. On Monday last while a numhur of people who were cauipinii at Sirlar were en route lietweeii Sirdar and Cr.titoii with a hum! cue. the Hand -car van struck hy un ciitrinc, Mrs. .1. II. MeNah. of Cranbroak. sus-tniniiiK severe injuries, one' limit lie-ing hrokett. Mrs. T. A. Coroy and little child weru also severely sh ik-cn up and badly liruiscd. V1HTU K j H A 8 CON'TH^fT. For tho New Hijjinliotham T.irM Storey lllock. On Salurdiiy the contract fori itM new three stoivy brick b!o hlg grain elevator at I'oaldale, wnere the company owns ronsirterabl* land. The company at picRent are seeding a section of luml with (all wh-at NBW BNGLAND FOLKS The Wostwood players put on 'New Kngland Folka" at Oliver'a hall last night. It was a very good perforinanro and wa� enjoyed by fair crowd.