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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta \ TEe HeraM VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THUKSDAY, AUGUST 30^ 1906. NEW FALL' CLOTHING FOR MEN ^ Our new fall clothing for men is arriving fust. Suits und Overcoats in all die new full and winter patteriis. Every garment over $12.00 gnnronteed purely tailored. Men's Tweed Suits, single or double breasted, price $8.00 Men's Snits, single pr double breastecl, price....... $10 00 Men's Tailored Suits, of imported Tweeds and Worsteds ..112.00, $15.00, $20.00 The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters . In Lethbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 H^AP OFFICE, TORONTO �1. WALKER, GmerkI Manager ALE.VLAIKD, Asst. Gen'l Maitefar BANK MONEY ORDERS ISSUED AT THE FOLtOWlNQ RATES: tS and under..'..................... 3 c�ntt OvM $S and not exceeding $10...... 6 cents " $10 *' *' $30...... 10 cents " $30 " " $30...... 15 c^nts Thaaa Ordars are Payable Mt Par at any oRice In Canada or a Chattered Bask (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in the United StatM. hcuotusls at h TlXtO �'.�te at THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMAIERCE. LONDON. ENG. Tksy fenn an txctUant method of remitting small sums of money with ^ and at small cost. CALGARY CLAR'ESHOLM EUMO.N'TON IIIGIi RIVER I>!XISFA1U BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON STAVELY LETHBRIDGE PINCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PONQKA VEGREVILLE MEDICINE HAT RED DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE. MANAGER EASTERN TOWNSHIPS a� BANK ^ CAPITAL...............' $ 3,000,000 RESERVE.^............. $ l,G()0,(m HEAD OFFICE - ... SHERBROOKE, QUE. � W.n. FaKWELL - PuESfDENT James Mackixson, General ^fANAGEK 55 Branches and Agencies in Canada Two brandies just opened in" Allwrta 1 COLEMAN under the manftgement of George Ewing T^ABE^K under the management of F. E. Brine The patronage of these localities is respeclfully solicited Savings Bank Dopirtinent in Connection General Bunking Business .CarrieJ On Eastern Townships Bank, Tolier ESTiV^LISIlED 1817 Capital all paid up..... Reserved Fasd........ Baliavc Profit and Loss. .$i4.IMW.�D0 . ia,OM.(MO . 66S.I59 Head Office, Montreal PrifesiDENT: aiOHT HON. LORD STRATHCONA AND MOtlNT ROVAL, G. O. M. 0. VICE-PRESIDENT: ^ HON. SIK OHORaB A. UUUUMONU, K. C. M. 0, R, . CLOUSTON. as-SKBAI, MA.VAdKi! Branones and Agencies at all the principal pointB in Canada , Also in London, i'.nglarjd, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letteraot Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON PAYOR ABLE TERMS Drafts sold svalUbls'at all poiutsIn United States, ICiirope and- Canada l|t�t�r�at,allaw�cl on depoalta at current'rates Lethbridge Branch - '^Llfr' NEWS IN A^NUTSHELL Latest News of tlic World In Sliort Order. A (li\al wns coniploted in Eilnwn -ton hclweon Uovillion Bros, and Alfred Iv. Urick by whii'h nevillon's lnki> Dvor l.ho Urick .stfire at Vei'-niillion on tliu I'f'ace Hivor. Tin^ Farmers' Ailvocati- .'�Irongly crillri/.e.s tin- irianagoirioiit of Wot-aHliiwiii Pair lor olTt-ring $:!0 prize iiioncy foi- (logs anil biil S'J I'or flairy^ IH'ixlucl.s atui S21 for liog.s. , Ucv. Fa-lhcr ilcKailintn, for ton years priost of a' Hoiiiiiii Catholie Churfh, I'lealoil a sconi!'in SI. Mich-ol'.s cathodral. ')"orOnto, at nmss. H^j ilcnouncwl Ihi' aittliorilios of the tliiirfli and shoiilwl so loiifl . that the (�ong-rojfiillon h�cnmo frightem-d anil .si'voral loll the t'hui'ch. The T{ov, gontloiiian ha.s horomo insane troll) over wtiicly ami taken from llio cti\ir(:h ami is now in an a.syliini.. W. {'. Harris has ivsignofi the sec-relary.s-liii) or the Medicine HatBoard of 'Irade, finding it impossible to give the nece.ssary tiiiie to the work V paid olliola! may be appointed in lii.s place. T. U. Hidden, a Calgary old timer 1.=; dead. Ho svas a brother of W.!{. Hidden, K.f. Toronto. .At Tliitte. Mont., Kli Sutherland �hot, and killed Toy .lacksoii, a pretty ftctitis.�!, on the street, in tlie presence of lit least a score of pct�-Iile, p.nd then sent a hii'llet into H.s own temple'. I>. F. Perkins, ' mannoer of the Stra'thnioi'e ranch, was killed while driving into, Calgary. n is rtiinorcd that .Tiidge Wet-more of Aliio.soimii, may he appointed to the Siipreiim Court,of Cunad.i City .Solicitor iMacKelcan of ITam-IIton is dead. .V i'iu>jrrxic.S;T FjcuT'liE. Mr. rivas. Mair Identified Two Ueliollions. With (Montival Herald.) The.death of Mrs. Cha�. Mair, wife of the well known Canadian, lecalLs the fact that Mr. Mair has twice pla.ved a not inconsiderable part in Canadian his-tory. As one of llie founders of the Canada First jiaily, he was instrumental in.i;i'�>at-iiig the national sentiinont that was so asuidiousl.v fostered by that par-iy. It will be reiikciniberixi that shortly after the organization of tlw party came the first Hicl rebellion, and that the Canada Firsters did much towards creating an intense and deep-seated opposition in l>ntar-io to the proposed >'C|>rieve of the leader of the reboHioii. Strangely enough, Mr. IMair figured also in the histtiry of the.second l{ed Kiver roliellion. He had been residing in Prince -Alberi, and had had much opportunit.v for observing the attitude of the Metis. He speefl-ily came'to the conclusion that trouble �ouhl ensue if the half-breeds in the Territories were not granted terms as favorable as those given to their brethren in Manitoba, and if (heir holdings were apparently ren -derod insecure by the operations of surve.'.- parties sent, out bi" the Do-inir^on (iovornmont. In some casus these surve.ys drew lines across men's fitriii.s, . dividing their hou.seK from their barns. It was little womler that the Metis grew ivstlcss. Year after i'ear Mr. Mair visited Ottawa, and jileailed with the government I'or action which would appease the .Metis. Jliit the wheeLs of ofllto would ii.;;! revolve for him. .Sir .lohn Mac-(loiiakl at one time .seenunl alive to the netH^Ksitios of the case, jind so was Col. Oenni.s, but the ollicijils of-the Itopariiiieiit of -the iiilorior were iiiunovable. Mr. Mair relate*!'' to Col. Denison a. laug'iable .story of lii),w, on the last occasion when ho had appealed for interference. Sir Pavid Macpher.son, a giant, of . si.x feet four strotle out of his room, while Mair, a-little fat man, ran b.y his side down the cori'klor, pressing tl*3 urgenc.v of the  Satisfied at last that the latiious ofiicialft in the Interior department wei'e not to be awakened to the danger that was afoot, Mr. Mair hid the only sensible thing for him. to do-he removed his family fifoin Prince Albert to Windsor, Out., and there sat down to await .the breaking of theistonn. Jt broke, ofcourso ond cost Canada some two hundred lives and ."fix imillioniij of mone.v in repairing thn damage. \m\ all this could have bnori" savog drive through the country followed. The fioUls could not, have had a better ttppcarnn�;;c aiMl every -thing Iietokened a suc.cessrful year f()r. t4^> people of the district. An excellent opportunity was given, to lake note of the workings of "the system of irrigation, Miiiiy neat farm residences are going up everywhere. That of Mr. Henry Parrott, near the town, is worthy of particular not -ice. lla.yniond has become a most suii-stantial town and .should have an oxirellent future. .Some very haiid-sonte homes have lieen erectetl of re^ cent years, one of the most notable of which is that of Mr. .Allan,..president of the Ha,vmpnd .Stake, one of the two divisions of the Mormon church in Canada.- rnlikc in the case of othe.tiuShurch organizations, these ecclesiastical officials, do not stand aloof from the genera! life of the community. Mr. Allan, for instance,, in addition to being one of the heads of J ho church is a leading merchant of Kaymond as well. Down the line at Cardston Bishop Ilainr mer is also the mayor of the to�Ti. Among who took a jirominent part in welcoming the party to Raymond and who later accompanied it on its' southern journe.y was B. .S. Young, of the Jtaymond Chronicle, grandson of that Ilrigharii Young who playofi .so largo a part in the history of Mornionisni. Mr. Young is conducting an interesting e.\pcri-inent with the Chronicle. The work in connection with the paper is all done by himself and the four men -"^ liers of his faniiil.v. He can thus view with otpianiniiiy the labor troubles which sometimes disturb other publishers. Everything the lowest the newest and the nobbiest OVERCOAT nut, IS HERE \ Cardston, the end of the line, was readied late in the afternoon. lu view of the fact that so much driving had aln-ad) been done, the trip about the couiilry at this point was cut short. ;\t si.x o'clock an eluboK ate banquet was served, the Lieu-tenant-Governor leading the way to the dining room with Atrs. Woolf, wife of the Ijenial nieinber for Cards-ton, on his arm. In the evening a lengthy program was given at the meeting-house in the of which addresses were delivered by leading citizens, the nieniliers of the government, tli4' two senators, Duncan Marshall and the Chief .Iiistice. Senator TallKil la the course of his speech made a happi'- reference to the lad that seventeen .Voars ago He hud spell i. ,Hoiiie very happy aity was driven straight-to the .brewery. The day previous had teen s|)enl under prohibition, hp liquor being sold Tlie chilly evening ileman�l the wearing of an 'oVMOOOtf for comfort. We aniioipatetl your wants in advanetf^^'SBd^ made the most careful solection of overcoats, rain^pata: Slid" coverta, which are now ojiened out ready for your inapection,' Every coat ia new. this geason's styles; as we did not carry.) ft single overcoat over from last season. We have also a big assortment in plain cloths, such as Pnglish Beavers and Meltons, Venetians, etc. The prices range' from ^5 to $30 Each too. 90% Gomplete E make Semi-Ready to the: tryiiig-on, stage only. ^ The cloths are cut into diffierent �ije suits-then each sui', is built up separately by diflfereut part experts. An expert collar maker-a tailor who does nothing' on the collar. An expert on sleeves makes the sleeves, and so on. Tlie shape is needle-niouldcd, and stayed with haircloth and -sliiunken canvas until-It is.: absolutely permanent. ' ^ f'-Then the whole is assembled and basted together-it is at the Scmi- * J Ready stage-ready to try on-90% complete. When you try it on, the site and; shape that best fits and suits your physique is offered you-the size that requires least alteration. You do away with the trouble and delay of mcisuring and of the several 'tiying-on" appomtments whicl^ are aaccssary with custoiii-inade clothes- and you see haw the suit fits your appearance before you buy. Finished to order two hours aftar jrou select. Tailoriiig; Each'.. Semi* Reiiy m -1 .1 is backed by' a written guarantee o( aatisCsction. t_ Your money back for any reason In anj of the -Mormon to\\^ls, so po.s-y'lltly the coiimiiitleu thought the pariv' had earned the privilege which Has thus accorded tlic.ui. 'i'(ie brewery [at any rate. Is an excellent-one. .Mr. Sick, lias won no sniall reputation for his proiliicls. The coal )iwn(w were visited but not entered. Many of.the striking iiilivers were .seen- a-Ixiut the street in .StalTprdville find; behind a picket the tV"rte,rS;,.o( those who are taking their places. The general opinion in Ijethbridgo soenis to that the conipan,Y/h'as prattic-ally vVon out. I |{ead.\ tailoring liccaiisa ofits 4n> horont .superiority in all .that::;goes: to make clothes which inarJc. thejeiil'.:" turetl gentlemen.' � , -  jv.; You 'may see the" correct ^fomnl of Semi-Hendy n'.utcrlulH in the new ' fall styles now licing shown by the . .semi-lleart.v. Wurdrolw in this dis -  trill. . A. Sotithanl 'haH the Hoini-Ready Wardrolie fttr^I.ethhridgo and Soulhr ,�'rn -Ajforta,'"'^ The Hoy Who Does His Ixsvel' riots Along in Kuslncss.;. Dost "You can't ex|)fct m�ch> from:' -a bov at $:� a week," said tho SJJ.OOO manager to the president, when the latter complained of the lad's care-hfssnoss. I "I expect as much fronv the 3 boy Thirty-!wo poisons are dead and ' 24 others wonndeilf as the ri'siilt of', a dastardly, attempt to Assassinate l>r(>mier .Stolypi'n. with a bomb. ' while he �\a\ holding a public re-'", (option �t' his country houw on .VptekaiKky island The |)remler'""iit|^R','' .slightly bounded iii the faco ^<;'WMlf'< neck by n.\ iiig'.splinters "J ' ,, , i mm ;