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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 1 ALBEin A, 21, 1000. NUMBER he Canadian Bank of Ijommerce HEAD OFFICE, TOEONTO hKICH, jOKO. A. COX. A LI3X LAIKD J Oeo'l 1-.36 BRANCHES "is CANADA AND Til .K UNITED STATUS A general Bankibg Easiness transacted. Accouts may bs opened r.mi con- ducted by mail with all branches of this Bank.- SAVINGS BASK DEPARTMENT. Deposits of SI and upwards received, and iaterest allowed al current rates. Interest added io the deposit twice in each year, tt the end of May and November. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever iii the witiidrawal of or any portion of the deposit, .Letrihbdge, Branch C. G. K. NOURSE, FOR THE PEST IN IHTHBR1DGE, STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS AGA1NST_A TRACK j Protest made to the Town Council BY A NUMBER OF RATEPAYERS Council to confer with Railroads about Available Sites. Possibility of lire created by sparks from the locomotives. f Danger to children and others in the vicinity. Likelihood of taxes and insur- ance being increased. These were the three principal arguments 'advanced against the proposed transfer track for the ac- commodation of wholesale houses on Smith street, at Monday night's meeting of the council. A couple of dozen ratepayers gathered to support a petition against the track. L. M. Jphiistone presented the case of the petitioners, Brown Pipes, I. M. Pierce. A. Gr. Rodham and Fred Clay-don putting up some arguments also. Mr. Johnstoiie declared the main objection to be the danger that would ensue through fire to the main business section of the town arid the provision tluiL the cars to run at night would make this danger all the more serious 'he switch would also create six A MINERS UNION Organized at Lethbridge WE OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS THE WIN _ Tr> and cozy resort. Comfort of gue.ts is attentiv- frer aud one of the few really good dollar pe-r day in Alborta. When in Lethbridge call at the Windeor H. seven level oints. The fact'that the vas najority of people on and in th icinityof Smith street were agains :ie track, was sufficient to warran lie request being refused. He un lerstood that the railways wer prepared to lay out sites for whole ale houses on Baroness Road, lie town was to grow it must hav wo business streets, and Smii street would be one. provided tl ;rack was, not built there. Hepoin ed out that people would not erected residences to the west of Smith str.'etif they had ever im- to OVER THREE HUNDRED MEMBERS Said to have been Enlisted in New Orianizatitn. After a long siege, a union, of the United Mine Workers ;bas been It is four years nee a union existed in Jhe local hies, and the future alonf will de- de whether the new organization ill Ixi recognized by the qoal com- iany or not. The union was organized ou Sun- ly afternoon" in Oliver's, hall by eter Patterson, of Ferine, district fganixer, L. P. of Per- ie, the solicitor of, the being jmetiting as largely attended; arid Mr. Pat- ersoh informs the Heraldfthat 303 niuers became member! of the union. He says there are'only 417 Arsons employed in the mine. He 'oukT-hbt give out the .names of lie ofh'cei s. The union covers ,t-he Gait' and, AshcrofL mines, and a ocal will be organized; for the Barrie's-mine and tKe mine on the other side of the river, opposite it. Mr. Patterson intimated to the Herald that no proposition had yet been made to the company, but that one Be'.presented He did not' take its into his con- fidence, so we cannot say what the The presence and operation in t.ny town of an establishment con- ducted on the principles that char- acterize Southard's big new store cannot fail to be of beneiit, direct- ly 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 Sovvral i'umilies living on the of. the town have been badly bitten by travelling peddlers who sold them goals. Investiga- tion reveals the fact that Southard sells'the same, goods at lower prices than any other or others. Wanted-Union workmen to know that sold by A. Southard. are to The Water Cure To a Finish 1 Most people admire gameness. They like to, see any undertaking This method of correction may j carried to a fmish.ouce it is started. Wanted Men who. increase the earning power their incomes, to bring here learn how it will buy from to of men's Southard. be an lw effective remedy for some j Southard has started to reduce his habits there habits, but for other j are other ami milder treatments. habit of extravagence, for.: in- tance, will be quickly and peruian- utly overcome, and the habit of saving formed instead, if the pa icnt will trade all Southard. demands will be, though it is pos sible wages and .hours will come under consideration. Mr, Patter sou says the provisions for the pro tection of life iii the Gait mine ar better than in any mine in th Pass or at Canmore or Bankhead Mr. Patterson adipitted that th miners hesitated about entering tl: union for some time, fearing a loci out. but he intimated to them tha the union was intended for their was stock of men's furnishings. jte.y and he is going to make it a finish, by giving inducements no one can resist. the time with Saved by a Jump A gentlemandrove a spirited lorse up to the front of Southards store yesterday afternoon, jumped lastily from the stylish runabout, and saved at least on an order left Vith the firm for a new suit o clothes. Mind Reading We are prepared to anticipate your wants and have selected in advance the best stock of men's furnishings, shoes, hats, boots; am etc.. that the market affords for your choosing We know you will, find here tha which suit you Southard Opportunity knocks at your door every time you read an uent sent out by Southard. Good money is as good to you as to any one. Why not save all you We'll show you Southard. :3 -l need to waste looking further. Southard's havt just the goods we need and the price is within your Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up..... Reserved Fund........ Balance Profit and Loss, Head Office, NL ntrea1 PRESIDENT: T.OHt> STBATHCOMA. VICE-PRESIDENT GKORGB 'A; DRUMMOND. K. c. M KOYAL. fi. O..M. r o. B. CLOUSTON; GESF.RAU y Agencies at all the principal points in Canada ll.o in London, tngland, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland ilcrs' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Mtonday on the charp- ot forgery. -t is allecwl he raiswl ft cheque o He was arrests by Soriit. Goodwin and placed uuHitintr of tht'imw athletic saocmtion last Friday ver, toed n. A. Steam laundry Opening 3 the citizens of Lethbridge: 'r T TVkstorm chair- j The new steam laundry will ;be -0 Fred Rooiicy. i open to your inspection on Monday n 1 i-, v K 1-hernoon. >Ve extend a cordial ma tch between Melicine you wish to buy town give quick returns. McQueen. On Saturday Hat i Canada. i Yours for good laundry, TjF.THBRIDGE STEAM LAUSDBY Co., LTD t-rTencel Etta Langlcy. the Claresholm girl, upon whom an illegal operation was pcrfonned, is dead. She never revealed the nanies of the guilty parties. Thos. C. Turnbull, rancher. Med- icine Hat, is alin for alivorco the hands of ShcriiT Butto, Montana, where thrtvv loser. J.IM3 town and had just returned City Bakery Reid (8. Co. Ott's Barber Shop noon; '.0 p. m to p. T3. Office Nit-hc Beli an-1 Telephone the Lrreat tor suuui uciuc niu, ia and proceed to the east to spend fTOm his wife on the grounds of ad- their honeymoon at Chicago. To-1 tiltery and desertion, ronto and other points. attended, to be 01 w inl ntfoivs was stm. bv at i I Cottage Sanitorium "f tfzFSSSL went out to the scene of the fire, Qoen curc of Coftsumpuon and succewlat in preventing .the spreading to any of the including medicaUtlcmi- m-u i L t 1 auce. Write for booklet. At Scvcn.lon.of .town Mrs. J. F. Turner; a daughter to during r buUdings The water from a well near oy. ;