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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VOU'MK 1 he Canadian Bank ommerce HKAI3 OFFICE, TORONTO $10,000,000 S4.500.000 it i:. HnN |i;KO. A. COX. l�rw really good dollar per day d-.ihi^ in Albert a. When In Lothbrldgo call at the Windsor M Bank of Montreal EST A HUSHED 1817 Capital all paid up...................$14,000,000 Reserved Fund...................... 10,000,000 Balance Profit and Loss.............. 665.159 Head Office. M ntrea1 1 jit It* S* PRESIDENT l.nUli STU \t1i'- m London, I ngland, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland i Circular Lettersof Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in nil parts of the world OLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS 1 ttu- Jl i jtontts in 1'intel States, Kurope a*nl a**.1 Iniere-t nllo-wed on deposits at current rotes Lethbridg ncK F. B. PEEVE Manager 4; 4; 4' February SET F SINGLE HARNESS EASTON 4 t n * a i � * J, 1. * -V. J- ^^S�- ri LI/I IIBKIDGE, ALBEItTA, WEDNESDAY, FERHIJAKY 21, 1000. NUMBER 16 AGAINST Protest made TRACK A MINERS UNION to the Organized at Lethbridge Town Council BY A NUMBER OF RATEPAYERS Council to confer with Railroads about Available Sites. Possibility of firo created by sparks from the locomotives. Danger to children and others in the vicinity. Likelihood of taxes and insurance lieing increased. These were the three principal will be recogniwd by th( ni'i;utneulH 'advanced against the pany or not. proposed tninsfer track for the ac- on Sunday OVER THREE HUNDRED MEMBERS Said to have been Enlisted in New Organization. Good for the Town After a long siege, a union of the United Mine Workers Las been organized here. It is four years since a union existed in the local mines, and the future aloup will decide whether the new organization al com- The union was organized on ttun- The presence and operation in my town of an establishment conducted on the principles that characterize Southard's big new store cannot fail to be of benefit, directly and indirectly to the whole town. The reputation of this town is augmented to a great -extent by this exemplary business house?, and all our people derive not only pride but profit from its existence. Badly Bitten Sowral families living on the outskirts of the town have been 4 badly bitten by travelling peddlers who sold them goods, lnvestiga* Hon reveals the fact that {Southard sells the same goods at lower prices than any other dealers peddlers or others. Wanted Union workmen to goods sold by A. Southard, T P The Water Cure To a Finish Most people admire gameness. I They like to see any undertaking This method of correction may , io ti Knish.onco it is started, be an effective remedy for some j Southard has started to reduce his habits, but for other habits there j Ojouailt stock of men's furnishings, are other and milder treatments. '" . S10.00 worth of men1s furnishing!. -i A. Southard. sup|K>rt a petition against the track. M.Johnstone, presented tin The habit of extravagence, for in-being also present. The^nu'eting stance, will bu quickly and perinan. was largely attended, and_ Mr. Pat- ontly overcome, and the habit of ing formed instead, if the pa* tient will trade all the time, with L cjtse of the ]>etitiouers, Brown torson informs the Herald thai liiVi l*ipi!s. I. M. I'ierce. A.G. Nedham miners bemine inemberi of the and Fred (Mavdon putting up some union. He says there are only 417 I ^"^.""i ........... i' 1 ___________.......i :� 4i......tj, noutnanl. etc., and he is going to make it a finish by giving inducements no one can resist. arguments also. persons employed in the mine. He T-----^ - - y - - ----- ?---�/ Mr. Johnstone declared the main would not give out the names of objertion to be the danger that theofHceia. The union covers the would ensue through fire to tho Gait and ABhcroft mines, and a main business section of the town, and tin wen local will be organized for the provision that the cars Barne's mine and the mine on the to run at night would make other side of the river, opposite it. Mr. Patterson intimated to the this danger all the more* serious. Saved by a Jump A gentleman drove a spirited Opjxjrtunity knocks at your door every time you read an advertisement sent out by Southard. good The switch would also create six Herald that no proposition had yet horse up to the front of houthar . s or seven level crossings-danger been made to the company, but store yesterdav afternoon, jumped points. The fact that the vast that one would soon be presented, hastily from the stylish runabout. majority of people on and in the He did not take us into his con- ami savexl at least S5JH)on an order I jtnow VoU fi,a here that vieinityof Smith street were against fidence. so we cannot say what the i0{t vith the firm for a rtew suit of 1 t}{ . the track, was sufiicient to warrant demands will be, though it is pos- . . winch wilt sun yople would not have union for some time, fearing a lock-erected naidenees to the west of out. but he intimated to them that Smith street if they had ever im- the union was intended for their agined a transfer track was to l>e protection and not to cause trmble. built Aid niiv.-r It that tin* mil roads haw arranged land west of Calgary into the union. A Macdonald & Co General Merchants, Lethbridge The organization of the miners is news to me I here puts every mine on the Crow for warehouse sites. P. L. Xaismith, manager of tin POLITICIANS TOWN Mr Johnstone My information Coal Co. was seen but would not catne from a good souree. and 1 un- say anything for publication, derstaud applications haw already )>een put in for leases. Mayor Kogers I put in an application for a site, but have not received a reply. In any case then* would only be two blocks available. It was then suggested that the warehouses be built at the north Hi�l..of flH-in.rk. hut it w�8 point- Maitland S. McCarthy, M. P �l out that this vvoul.1 In- nicoiiven- am, j j You ex M L. A-t j3m. i.-iit. it 8,1.-8 couU Ik- secured ietof of th|f Cal y Herakli tl....v as Uoun.l str.,. would he J t ye8terfliy in town. They cloRiHl nml there woulil he at least ,.;*!, \\r in|eBt iu thig ridil h| cafle u be adiniralay loeated as a distributing centre. vacancy took place. It is even �;,. %. ,, . rumoreil that a proposal was made Alii. McC lure very sensibly bu/- to lace ln the fa*ekl a hlut|i||k ^ wti-il that an electric service on 8erVativo who would become leader the transfer track might overcome f thfl t iu t,|ig provinco. the diliieultv. However, after the prolonged discusiion, a resolution was adopted positioning action, and a committee of Mayor Rogers and Aldermen Dooley and e secured. Telegraphic Briefs (Today's Specials to the Herald) A LOCAL BUDGET A QUIET WEDDING Marriage of C. Hon. G. \V. Kosb was so feeble he had to sit while making a speech in the Ontario Legislature. The Conservatives will oppose Hon. Wm. Templeman in Victoria, B.C. Dr. Tyreman, who is in Toron-to, has mailed his resignation of the Prince Albert, Sask.. seat. Germany has concession re Moroccan police, i ; n ,rresied "bv This means a deadlock and there is [� *10a Ml' �r"hlMj u> serious apprehension of troubl t DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Vrooman. The nuptials of two extremely popular Lethbridge young people, Miss Lena M. Vrooman. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Vrooman, and (\ M Arnold, of the A. R. & L Co. engineering staff, will be ouietly celebratinl at nine o'clock this evening, at St. Angus-tin's church by Rev. .!, S. Chi vers. The bride, who is one of the most charming girls in Let hbridge social , - circles, will be gowned in white of the Now Wk Life, is dead. silk cropede chene over white taffeta, trimmed with Brussels lace. There will be neither bridesmaid girl, upon whom an illegal operation or groomsman. Mr. Arnold's gifts was j)orfonncd, is dead. She never to tho bride are a chinchilla muff revealed the names of the guilty Tin seed fair ami stock judging shool oj>ened today. The animals judged this morning will We slaughtered and dressed and the carcasses will be on view tomorrow tiftdruoou. The poultry show promises to surpass last y* n\ It will be held on Friday. Kntries have bei�n received from Calvary and exhibits are expiated front Maeleod. Medicine 1 (at and other points. Tue hall will In upen to the public from 2 p. m. IMmnr Wilson, a man w1k> has l*c(*n in (he employ of several people uround town, latterly M r. ! Fowler, the blaeksinith. siiui' the new yen. was arrested on Monday refused Frances!011 Uu' ('liar^' nf loryery. It is alleged he raisetl a >*|U Ha"en A. K Humphries (secre- invitation to you all to visit our tarvj^T I) Kevin (treasurer!, tine building and view the opera-The tirM annual meeting will tion of the"modem machinery we i.m the 1st. of March, when have installed. Yon will be able ne-mau.-iil otlicers and directors to see the inethai by which the wiil be eletMed. The grounds eli�tlies are ch^anetl and ironed. We vdl be levelled iminediatiJy and can assure you the work will internum will be drawn up for the est you, and prove that we are pro- M-mid stand. The grounds will be , vidmg the people of tins town with opened on May '21th wiih a base- one of the best laundry plants in Udl match between Molicine ri"4 '%J" and Lethbridge. in if yim wish to buy town 1 -. ..i.a k returns, call at :nf flat ! Canada. Yours for good laundry, Li:thjihu��u Steam Laisduv Cc�,, ltd .Jit fci\e (|UH'H ie: A. Mctjvieell. Canadian missionaries in (^hina are rejjorted not to be in danger. .John A. McC!all, late president Sergt. Gooilwin and placed the hands of SlnsriiV (Juinu. -f Hutte, Montana, where the ;-tlVnce was com m i 11 ed. W11 so u ^ extradition proceedin-.:s and wiMit enter tain in the best possible fashion i)t o'clock the frame honsc. unujiied Warren McLean, caretaker of lived ! A. R. A 1 Cu. slables at the June- ' )'u>n, was et.mp'e'i'ly destroyetl by ijie. ai-uig with all the furniture. The'b lildmu was insured but Mr. \b-Lean hadn't a cent on the eon-tents and iu consequence, is a loser. The McLeans had HOICE AN DIES AKES EST READ UNS City Bakery heuv y Ktta Langley, the Clareshohn TiUMi,UKVf Und(M- their au^j�;<-rs in , tj(V(i' tu luWU and had just returned j CEL Co. OR. C, C. CRA66 HYSICXAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE U ;tiiiboi')t.iu*.i Di"u* S'.ove j Office . Hours PHONE -Over Ott'a Harbei Shov - 10:30 oi 13:00 noon; 3:00 '.0 5:00 p. m ; 7:00 to 8:30 p. m. House 94 utftcc Ni^uc iidi and Tel�(jaone and a gray ostrich feather boa. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold will take the Great Northern for the south and proceed to the east to spend their honeymoon at Chicago, Toronto and other points. Wanted-A good general serva Apply to Mrs. MaoMicking. t.f. parties. Thos. C. Turnbull, rancher, Medicine Hat, is applying for a divorce from his wife on the grounds of adultery and desertion. Births at Raymond--A son Mrs. J. F.Turner; a daughU Mrs. E. S. Bowden; a son to Mrs. Seth J. Johnson. < Hi vers hall, last. Wednesday, wai pronounced by tuples who attended, to be one oi the most pleasant social ntVairs <�t the season. Kxcolleut musie was i'urnisli eil by Nedha ni's orchestra. At midnight supper was served at Hart's Cafe*. Several out of town t y.ulieri spreading to any ol the 11 to guests wow present, amongst, them otju,r buildings. The watei *r to l Mr. Weris, of Cardstou who is Uik- pnnip(Hl from a well near by. when tin* lire was discovered. Its origin is not exactly known, but it i is presununl the cause was a de-1 feetive chimney. Though out of; the town limits, the lire brigade; Hi�h River went out to the scene of the lire, j e _ . and succeeded in preventing the'�P*n air curc of Consumption Cottage Sanitorium water was Terms, including uiedical attend-Write for booklet. anee. ingT. D. Keviiftt ixiBition during the hitter's illness. ;