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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Herald VOLUME 3 LfcTHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. WEDNESOAY, DECEMBEB 28.1907. NUl^BER 8 Hm Ston of Qmitty. McKelvie & McGuire Satisfaction OmraatMd tllHTyClirliitiiiastDiyi Our Christmas trade has been far beyond our expectation. Many have taken advantage of our Xmas Special Price Offerings in the Clothing Section, and have gone away with the satisfaction of knowing that in Buying Fit-Reform Clothing they have got the best there is at a great saving in price Come Where Yoii get the Bli $ Wortli HOW ABOUT THAT SUIT OF ! YOURS FOR HOLIDAY SEASON better look over your wnrdrobe and if you have not a Fit-Beform Fine Tailored Suit you better COME OUR WAY We have tbein in all the latest styles and patterns, sizes to fit tbeni all from the thin to the stout man. DNE LETHBRIDGE MAN IS KELED Bad HeadMW CoBlsini Between Frajlrts m At Cnm't Nest m Sm^y MomiBf at Brocket, Thrte Stdion lest cf Madead OPERATOR FAn�D TO GIVE ORDERS- HAS^ DISAPPEARED AND CANT BE FOUND msby, the Dead Man, Belonged to LetUridge, also Two bgnred Men, McKiiin MAY BUY OUT BELL. Prnidtnt 8i� MakM Offer to Mani. teba Govarnmtnt. $15 will buy you a genuine all wool imported TWEED SUIT tai-lored through. (From Monday** Daily.) Word of a bad wracic on the C. P. R. wa� racaived at Lathbridge about half-past six yestarday morning and in forty-fiva minutes the wrecking crow and outfit were ready to leave for the scene of tha disastei-. Locomotive Foreman Pennyfather, being in Calgary, head machinist McDonald wen tin charga of the crew. From conversation with the men who were there, the Herald lear :cci that the operator at Brocket, tha third station west of Macleod, had orders to hold No. 1443, the extra andVonWaU on the wast bound, was injurad about t.'ic head, tha' tip of his nose being cut off and otMr injuries received. Geo. McKinnon, the fireman on tha other locomotive, received serious injuries to both lag* and was otherwise injurad. Botii are in tha Macleod hospital. Neither is injured fatally and there IS every hope of saving McXinnon's foot. Engineer Allender arid Conductor Chrquette of No. 1443, were badly shaken up but not serjously injured. T'ls locomotives were jammed to- west Spokane freight, at that point I Rather so that it has been impossible to let No. 1430, the regular Crows Nest freight, pass. He failed to give the order and just as No. 1443 w.-;*. leaving Brocket at 5:S0 o'clock, the other train crashed into it, half a mile west of the station. F. Ormsby, a brakeman on the east bound train, was killed outright. for the wrecking crew to separate iheri. Both were put on the track i.owfver. No. 1430 was one of the finest locomotives on the road, being oi a new type just adopted by the C. P. R. Two box cars, one contain- moliahed. A swarm of Indians were soon en the scene and helped themselves with a Christmas spirit to the abundant supply of tobacco and ci-gaK that was littered about the wreck. It will take several days to clear away the wreckage completely. The regular Crows Nest passenger train (No. 5) and the Spokane Flyer (No. 7) were held at Brocket until half-past four in the afternoon, when the track was sufficiently cleared to Hew them to pass. On board the flyer were the members of the St. Louis football team, including several medical stiidents, who rendered valuable service in caring for the injured. Ormsby and all of the injured men run out of .Lethbridge. Allender is a married man and lives in the city. Immediately after he let the train (Western A**ociat*d Praas.) Winnipeg, Dec. 21.-President Si�e of the Bell Telephone Co. left this morning for the east. No statement has been given out by the government but it is understood that 8i�e oflere/l I)efore he^ left to sell the Manitoba syst�m for a sum conaid-tired leaa than the original four mil* lions. This offer is now under consideration by the government and the result is likely to be known Monday. BIQ PAY ROLL. Heaviest in History of Crow'* Ne*t Pass Railway. , ing settlsr's effects'! including a very | P*"' operator at Brocket disap-f.ne horse that was kflled, and one of I T"! T"* whereabouts Kcner^l fr.l.h. ,:_________ . I absolutely unknown.to the rai!- (Western Associated Press.) Fernie, B. C, Dec. 21;-Today's payroll for the employees of the Crqws Nest Pass Coal Co. will be the heaviest in the hist.ory of the company and will total $204,463.75. GRAMNOW aOSEDUP Hen Refuse to Accept Reduced Wages NOW DOWN OFFER No Announcement Made of the ConpsBy s latcntion ehri..l.n V,, Wold, ,h. d.Jl'.VXty: DJD ANYBODY SEE HiM MCfE WRA. BilCHEU SIS Sidnqr Brovm Left Hford That he was Coming to Lethbridge We2-bc-.vTi Forestry Man'i^ to iwlian Head Ifarry E. Miebnch -of the Winds-.r Hotel, is in receijit of letU-rs i �om You will get an extra gciod Fit-Reforni Suit made of fine imported Tweetl or VVorstod.  Inili.ifi Ho.acI di&ijaU'li s.-iys:- iArJ.ihaUr Mitchell has acceptwl u po-William Cornwalli.s King, of Osliorn.i.' i . , .... .sHiof, wnh the lorosiry lirancli of Place, Winni)ti^i!, )r.quirmg us to i : whereabouts of ,Si(Int;y Villi^ Btwvn 1*'^'-^ i ominior. iK.pa.-tnicnt of IIk- In-who, he siay.s, left instruction.s at th, ,t(i-;'- , in ((jniii.'cUon wilh the pres�'nt Winnipos gonenil i>o.M ollice on .May sy.st.r.Di of iilv planting work on tlw 8 la.vt to have his mail forwurdnd to KILLED INSTANXLY.  Mbi*isey, B, C, Dec. 23.-A.s the (Western Associated Press.) Grand Forks, B. C., D^e. 23.-The news was made public today that the reterenduni vote taiiPii last Wednesday of all the mines in tlie boundary in regard to the acceptance of t)ie reduced .scale offert'd by the Granby C. P. R. express. No. 5, was pulling | CoriBoIidated, was ^uj^ed.down by a Gr.anby is how' cjosed Our $20 and $25 Fit-Reform Suits are equal to any custom made suits you pay 128.00 to 35.00 for. Remember that all Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats are finished to your measure here. Bill Values ill Men's Suits atfrofli$6,{ll,$]0ft$12 ! I'i'iiirit'.s." -Air. Mitcholi used to livo at Mac-Hl and i.s \t.ry wull knoi-n in Lelli-! InidRe. For tli.. pa.st j'rar or two h,. the Windsor Hotel, l^-thtaridjfu. Air. i -Aliolnich knows nothinpr of tho nun and ha.s no rcord of liis being at llie Windsor. Mr. Kins s��ys Rrown has not I'e-n hoaixl of since that and his ahscinc is cttusin^ great anxiely to his )��� rents in I^ngland. Brown came out from li'ngland in Ajiril but hatl for. \ merly ranched at Millai'sville, near ; Calgary, lie went to South Ai'riia i _ with tho Mounted Hiflcs. Mr. Kii.g , says Brown is wull known among i ranchers, military men and polo )>la\ \ -- crs in Allwrta. His Iwight is liv. (Western Associatad Press.) foot nine inches and weight one hiind red and sovonty pounds. fii ha^ Ijcv'n in (he services of tlie Di'-parimenl of .\sriculture at Kdmon- I'flUl. --- TO MEET NEXT MONTH. Parliament Has Been Summoned. out from tlie statiec. 21.-This aHernoon, � G�orgc Salmon, a fourtckfn j-ear old'> boy, was killtfd white working on hiav; father's farm. He was distributing;;; manure having a hovso hitched-to scrapt^r for that purpose. In aome-way the horse got tangled upin t>he>' >;|, the fact that Mrs. Solmon and three r: of the childivn loft for Utah on Thurs / day, Mr. Salmon and twp' / o' the- ir boys remaining at home. ' EXPELLED TWO PLAYERS. Hockey League Deals With Rough Players in Recent Match. ill NEWS FROM RAYMOND Recent Happenmss in the Busy Town of Raymnd SEED FAIR. Days One to Held Here for Three Next Week. The Department of Agricultiu-e of .Alberta, will hold, a Provincial Seed ! tair at Lethbridge on February 18, 19 I t^j, Raymond, pec. 21.-X young .son arrived at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Miirii John.son on Tluir.'sday of tliis week. A oonsiJernble number of our citizens left for the South on the excur-No doubt there (Western Assaciated Pratt.) Winnipeg, Dec. 22-After a .session lasting from early Saturday evening untd nearly midnight, the hockey^ league adjourned untd Christmas! day. So far the rcHuIts are that Joe Hall and Harry Smith, who distiar: guifihed themselves; in the game in Winnipeg,' are expelled from ,the league. � ' �, ^^^^ ^ The ;motion"to: exclude :the^ MBplef# Leafs from the (league also pusaedit; ?; J)ut was reconsidered and held overi to Wednesday. 'Representatives from Brandon, Kenora and Strathcona were strong for exclusion, but the latter club disavowed action and they changed representatives causing a deadlock. The nuitt�!r will'probably go to arbitration. STOCK SHIPMENTS. McKELVIE & McGUiRE Only Exolualve Men's OuUitters In Lethbridge l^riidon. Dee. 22.~At a private council held �i Buckingham Palace lii* mcrning th.> Kirg signed a pro- REV. J.S. CHIVERS CEOSEN S=t r^rS - AiaMcr Ae Execrffe Cowiit!5e * �f Caiginr DiMCM and 20. ' i i , . ' iv;.., ,.11 1 u . ,r J- .  rr . have been many Fnoie but for Fans wdl lie held at Medicme Hat, , t],,, high rates Jan. 10; Raymond, Jan. 14; Magrath, , Jan. M and 15; Oardston, Jan. 16and! 17, At each fair there will be a i stock judging school also. \ THE CANADIAN BA OF COMMERCE �BAD OFnCB. TORONTO UTABLISUED IW & B. WiLUM, PrMideat iMMX. &AIKD, Omtral Maaagar A. a. nOXAVD, SnptriBtsndtBt of P�id-up Capital, 110,000,000 Rest,--- 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 tlvoarbout Canada, and in the United States and EBClaad BANKING BY MAIL ss --.-1 nay be traiwaoted by mail with any branch f the Bank. Acconnte nay be cpen�d and depeeits nade er withdrawn by naUL Every attention is paid t� e�ti�f-towB acooonte. CALOARY CLAKK-SirOLM KOJiO.\TON ilOII KIVER INNISrAfL BRANCHM m AAAXRTA LEAVINGS HANTON STAVBLV LETilBRIDCI nVCHER CREEK STRATHCONA -MACLEOD PONOKA ' VEGREVILLE MBPICfI�KBCUtlvc committoL' of the Diovkj.w ji Calgary was h�ld hei-o in the Synod otHcc last Week. Among matters dealt with of general interest were the following: Buv. F. 1>. Tyncr, M.A., of Macleod sent in his reaignation as hu baa accepts! another �hargc in Nebraafca, and tho Itev. J. S. Chivers of I>ettobrie, was also elected n mcmlwr of tho committee to fill the , vacancy caused by I'anon Hinclitfe's i removal from the diocese. \ The Vital Statistics lately promnl-ffate.-Ono. This includes tlie contribuii'"i of 82,875 vj'iich tlio diocese is u.slvKi to send to the missionary society ot the Cliureh of Kn^laiKl in Canada, llio balimce IxMng for dirjcu'.uii neendH. DROP IN WHEAT. (Western Associatad Prm.) W iiuiipeg, Man., Dec. 23.-The drop in wheat today was three-quarters of a point. December opened at 105 and closed ut 105January opened at lOG.'i^ and closed Bt 105X. May opened at UAli and closed at 113^. Oats opened at and dosed at 44. ALBERTA'S BLUE SKY nriHsaafles Nak Witli Ddifk iUler Ckady Days ii Oatario TRUSTEES TO MEET. Annual Moeting of AMOciatlon to Bo Held in Calgary. ; Ci-Mary, Dee. 33.^Dr. Scott. Bupcr-'in'ao nt of city schoola and secretary of the association of school trus-teifor Alberta, is sending out circulars to the different school boards for the second annual convention, which will be f;la paits of Ontario whcro th�^' suffered Rny Knight arrived in town from his trip to Winnipeg. The representative of the Westnip-house Klcctric Company came in yesterday to inspect ,the electric light plant before tlic power is turned on. The company expect to have the lights going for ChvistmBS. The concert and dance given by the O'Brien Orchestra last _ night was largely attended and a gereral good time is reported. Mi.ss Frame and Miss Thompson, two of our teachers, left town yesterday. Miss Thompson goes Ui Lethbridge for the holidays, after which she will resume her position here, but Miss Frame went t�-Revelstoke, B. C, to take up her work on the touching staff there when school rc-o|)en8. We understand that notices are being served on those wh ohave failed to pay their tases. Yonr correspor.-dcntdent has managed to dodge his thus far. Mr. Dyer, the .superintendent of the Sugar Company, left for the South today. The factory will close for the season in a few da>,.. Miss Mcl.eod, who has hfen t^iach-ing at Provo, is in town for the hoh-days. Slie has accepted a position Medicine Hat Ranchers Trail Many Cattle Over to Ship om tho G.N.R.' Medicine Hat. Dec. 23.-Statement of tlie imports and exports o! horses, cattle, sheep and wool from the Medi- : cine Hat districts for the year end*' ing Dee. 10, WUfi: � Impor.a. Horses Cattle Sheep Wool Medicine Hat ..302 206 80 - Dunmore Jet, ... - 161 - - Walch.....: .. 28 45 Medicin Glair........ Suffield ...... Dunmore Jet. Irvine...... Mossy' Lake . Woodpecker .. Bow Island .. Driven on foot 98 420 412 178 - Exports. Hat .1.082 645 - - ...... 277 - - - 382 917 - -477 4,171 3.01560.080 197 387 - -no 1.182 6.006137,380 - 328 ~ - - 314 - - 124 4,617 - _ r'l 4,hcir stock ridiculously cheap, n'ot having an.v Icixl for them, fiooci milch cows kuW us low as fivo dollars a hihid. Mr. Mair said he had sit-n the first blue sky for nearly si.x weeks since he i^'ot back into Albt'rta. I.ast .Sivt-urlay it was snowing and blowing a rogiiiar bli/./.urd in Toronto and "at throf o'clock in the morning in Ijeth-bri; sheep. l.'},424: wool, 252,823. 1006 evports: Horses. 3.531: cattle, 13,596; sheep. 12,171; wool, 833.250. . The fact that 4.617 head of cattle were driven on foot several hundred miles to be shipped at Chinook to Chicago, via the Great Northern R. R., is a somewhat startling fact for tho C. P. B. to face, being over one-third of the total shipment of beef from tins district. The circumstance should do much to ensure bctttrr accommodation being guaranteed thd rancher in the way of cars in the future. This return con"ss from the U. S. customs oilice at the boundary, and does not include the many ahipr ments of American bred cattle which have been grazed in Canada for the . last three years by the P. X. and U. > C. people. V It is lilu! a .Miu'invr night. A ftfw days in tlK! Ka.s't is enough for any Alber-tan." Mr, Mair l(!i( la.st nife'ht for Kelow-na, W.i)., where ho will spend Christ-ina.s with his daughter. TOPUVHOCIEY NelsoD 2.C. Ten Want to Phj Hm leit A)0 CUT OFF AGENCIES. Nelson. Dec. 23.-For some unexplained reason the consular agencies of the United States at Nelsom Koss-land and Feinic are to be al/olished at the end of this iriuuih. l)r Stewart has rooelvod a loiter fr^m the manager of tho Nel�>n, II.,: ife;* O., hockey team, asking him for ;,tif'>v;>?'^ match liero in January. TTiw tO�,i��^�i-a^^^ V ill make, (i tour i ca�t about-that Vs'^^ time. Les. l^olrick, formerly: jcnp^,,,5'!^ tain oftlw Montreal WandcnorBj f^ ctti�.i tain' of. the A'olson� team. v; . Dr. Stewart thinks � ' goe_^c ;