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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 I K Iff 1 ' . .ay* V ; III* n H..' '1 , r -J - ��" - ^ -r t- VOUT.UI- 1 LI. TUHKIIMJI'. ALBK ll'l A. VVKDMSDA y, JANUARY rt, l�Ott. NUMBER 9 Canadian CREDIT TO TOWN LETHBRIDGE A CITY NEED OF BRIDGE ommercc 11 KM) OFFICIO, TORONTO Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 The New Westminster School in North Ward (FORMALLY OPENED YESTERDAY H I; \\ ALKI.U. ({ (; mi ) A COX IV m � u;x i.AIUD. A * - . r; VI Fitting; Ceremonies Marked the Occasion. IN CANADA AM) Til K INiTi;!) STATUS A general Banking Bnsimss transacted. Accoufa may be opened and con ducted by mail with all branches of Ihi.s Bank. i SAVINGS HANK ilKI'Alil \M . l)cposlf l I fi Ll.. J!Y S c� r--ltio a s .r f, .-'.ill ^ i Ciep lice lo i oi ' he new see (�1 a. i * a- � *. �� ! 1 ' t' j d- � (i--t .  ca-i s a� o.. i a1 � i f \ i I! t el v r;, P.�it > t--l:ell (J;j\nU!o1': ^ 11 * H MOVTi"- o i every dollar. e.r eveiy dulKir b;u:k of Montreal i-:sTMiijsiti-:i) lsi7 Capital all paid up...................SH.000.000 Reserved Fund...................... 10,000,001) Balance Profit and Loss.............. 665,159 Head Office. Montreal PRESIDENT M-.Hi HON. hi Htl> sTliATHi'iiNA AN" V.OCNT I o Y A h. olit. .Niiiiiijiij(,s |x>inted out i!�at I in' board i bought it lietler \o laidd the new school than repair I old one. lie made some elo- *pa nt (jatriolir references and paid a tribute to the teaching statl'. UeV. ), li. 11 u^hson believed that first imj^ressiona (>f a place were foruuil by tin* appearance of tin schools and churches. The new hool, he felt, wouhl advertise t he town. Rev. Mr. (J onion advised the parents to take an interest in the sctiool by visiting it at times, and. most of all, In seeing that the children attended regularly. Rev. Mr. (Olivers alluded to the neei; of physical ilevelopmeiit and urged the formation of an organization like the lioys' Brigade for this purpose. Dr. (ialbraith (kuiiUhI out that tin* name Westminster was a symbol of law, order and justice. A good motto for the school wouhl be "Integrity, Intelligence and ludus-trv.M Mayor Rogers made an interesting speech and formally declared the school open. The mayor spoke of the high calling of the teachers, the moulding of the character of the young men and women of the future. During the afternoon the pupils, under the direction of Principal Hamilton, sang Soldiers of the King, The Maple Leaf Forever, and The Ued, White and Hlue. Trustee Fleetwood announced that a tlag would soon be Heating over the school. \0 tii inn. ji tc*e \tt n I | ) i I ! w o i*.. �> �t t ie nt x t meet oig. Il was d*�ci deeciaI to the Herald.) Montreal, dan. A Dan Callery. liberal M. I1 for Si. Man's divis- ' nt*"lv. The decision of the C. P. R. to erect a bridge over the Belly river, in ordor to shorten the route between here and Macleod, is important in several respects to tins citizens of Lethbridge. For years the town has hoped that the C.P.R. would take this action, as it was felt that the present course of the road between hen; and Macleod had considerable effect on Leth-hridge's future as a railway centre. hut great as is the* need of a railroad bridge at this point, still just as imperious is the demand lor a bridge to accomodate the farmers north and west of us,whose natural market is Lethbridge. At present they have to go out of their way a considerable distance before they can cross the river. As a matter of fact, though it nav not be realized, faititers with-in ien miles of us goto Claresholm 'o s'll their grain and produce. simply because they will not allow th�MT horses to pull heavy loads up '�he sic* j) hills between their hollies -ual Lethbridge by the route they, * present, have to travel. Now. when the C P.U. is about 'o liui.d a bridge, is Lethbridge's opportunity to possess the trad*? of the growing fanning country to the north and west, for all time to come. Efforts should be made at once to ascertain if the C. P. K. would permit a driveway to be erected alongside their tracks. Once the consent of the C. P. R. was secured, the government of Alberta would necessarily be asked to grant ii sum towards defraying the expense of enlarging the bridge an i Lethbridge would also be es-pse. proceed at once to secure the aid of the government. The matter is most important. If the bridge is built with only accomodation for the railroad, Lethbridge will eventually lose all of this trade, us the towns springing up north and west, will be en-abhnl to attract the farmers, solely U'cause of the inconvenience hi reaching this city. The project must not be permitted to lag a moment. The board of trade and the merchants must i commence the campaign immedi- ion, tins city, has be,-n unseated and dt.M|(tabfied. Justice |)ai id-son, in giving judgement, remarked that the case was without parallel. m. c. K. C!/ I'STON. (iKNKHtl. MWU.KIl GIANT LOOP Af FIELD Hi lie lies and Agencies at all Die principal points in Canada Also in London, i nyland, New Yurk, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Ii a , �eilcrs" Circular Letters oi Credit and Commercial Credits issued tor use in all parts of the- world COH ACTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS C. P. R. to Spend Big Sum to Eliminate a Grade. t: Interest allowed on clcpoaits at current*r�tc� Lethbridae Branch r. y. REtiVE (\ 1\ H. engineers are now* engage*! in ma'ting the final surveys for a gigantic "loop" in the main line in order to reduce the objectionable heavy grade at Field. The proposed new loop will de about t\.\ :jt v miles in length and will n-- Earthquake in B. C. (Special to the llendd.) Calgary .Inn. '*\ Severe earth quake shocks are rojortedat Trail. Hossland. NeUon and Hcvclstokc No damage wa^d�'iie but the cota- tuotion greatlv aliimed the people. Disastrous earthquakes are also reported in A u->i r:a Mayor Rogers is strongly in sympathy with the proposition and is prepared to put forth every effort to solve this important problem. 1. t 1 the :.?eep giade n a-� tlie "i. g h.h on to hai is . la > n Hundreds Killed (Special t" 11. MuscuW, liii-- a hospital an!1 ' � ,1. Ui IV . 1 I 1 Icald.l tlau. >  I e !ej m  Cl ' ! * > i � Matheson out of Sight. Nothing has been heard of R. A. Matheson. the late secretary treasurer of Raymond. His wife ami child arc at her home in Milton, Out. The Frank Paper says that Matheson and his brother II J. Matheson of the lilairmore Times, loi iiierlv conducted the Silvertoninn at Sd\'erton. 11 (\ Later they cairn- in Frank and established the "�viitmet. When tne partnership uas dissolved, he went to I'iucher Th i ai.d i re;|!M with Ittp. d tl 1 I t ' -i ^.11 c- illi 4. 4 4 I 4 4 4 I t I n.e a' hah !'C e a. 1 ADDUKSS Rn.X ill. LK'l 1111)(i\] DR. C. C. CRAGG 1-ItVdICIAN AND SURGEON dr. w. tuller PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE U;Vi,l,..i)v-r Hi^ii.boiliam'A Drau Siorr | Of fire-Over ()ti'� IJ.irb.-r Shop i j'.'op ~i . In I' tie i i aete: ^ 1' 'Il. , d u "i i j . -, il ] -el i \ � ara iv.ih! �>! a id as 1 he c,i>e ui,. \ i �a 1� ail mi t two mil'-s. liui the iie\\ at Field w \\\ be about miles in h'ligth. in order to ret luce the grade to about one per cent. The total distance u( t he grade o-i the "l hill" :s about M'^'ii miles, and this same m \eit aides has been tin-menus of using up many a ion ..I eoallht! t would nave been sa-td b *ej i a.* H'e it*' m i �! a * c. Costly indeed will be the con-structioM of tl�is new loop, as it will be practically all through rock work, i which has been roughly estimated I to cost S*�tl,tHM) per mile. Taking that as the cost per mile, the total cost of the 20-mile loop will reach ! about 1,2U0,UUU. The route of the new* loop would be through a j highly picturesque section of -the i'  ju .ail'iliA ::g 1 Dr. Lake started the It was short-live*I and v ept to Raymond, forin- r-c' p 'v ith "^i * S i'lndeih (*a i[! c). . So.in fn-r go- K\\ ti" d h o .is ma le t .w*'i ii i. ' anges am! . 11 �.' � � 1 e . ; 1| udtti 'fi in; keys; ^l.erl' �ck. , :00 [ lliOUlttaillS. V- m ; 7:00 lu 8:30 p m t Office Nl^tit Hell and Telephone ) i For monuments and headstones see B. C. Moore. 142 e Tee - . I v.-ic. 1 1 re. I! .a Ii A to M r. I loplxtu.^ � .lot i! H !if^ ( 'o.. l! nil ; jeii\ and cream . Mr. ens and eo, I'iche iink�*\ and I ; ('�,:' .ifii'H apph-s; \V. T. Ileuson. turkey; .\. Ii. V tieri'V, ciise of oranges; Mtniel Hakeiy, fruit cake; Mr. and Mi*. P*� rnier, cake ami apples; Mrs Karde. cake; Mrs. (let)f^e Slaoliv^. caKe; ,J. | >. Hi^in- l K�t ha in iV ('��.. caiul', . M rs. lich-her. ^rajH*s and oranges; Mr. Howaian, case of oranges; Mr. Kevanr tlowi�rs; Mnu. sale price............................ 1<) 85 Men's Fine Overcoats Regular $17.00. sale price............................ 13 25 Reguhir 91-1.5U, uulc price............................ 10 25 Men's Frieze Overcoats Regular $7.50, sale price.............................. .1 <)0 llogulur $'J.5o, sale price.............................. tf 80 Boys' Heavy Reefers Regular �1.00, sale price.............................. 2 90 Regular $8.50, sale price.............................. 2 00 Men's White Dress Shirts Regular $1.25 to $1.75, sale price........................ 50c Ladies' Silk Blouses Regular fl.OO to $<�.((�, sub price....................... 2 25 Ladies' Dress Skirts Regular $3.5** sale price............................... 2 05 Regular $5.00, sale price.............................. 3 85 Regular $0.1 H), sale price..............................\ 35 Ladies' Costumes Regular $12.50, sale price............................. \) 25 Regular 15.011. sal 1 price............................ 10 75 Regular 20.00, sale price............................ M \\Q Ladies' Blouses Regular L�H'. 1-^"i and 1.50. salt* price.................... 75c iViisses' and Children's Boots. "�0 pair-,, rsguhir 1.25 to 2.'�t, sale price................... 75c Women's Corsets Regular l.oO, 1.1*5 aial ] 75, sa! ja'jee.................... 70c 20 Per Cent. Discount on All Dress Goods, and Men's and Boys* Clothing. goods marked ,�'���7.^ portion. It proposed in the States, by ten cent subscriptions, to raise$800,000 as a wedding gift for JUiss Alice Koosevelt, HUDSON CO. f- jk L n-fLrf. 4 + r � ..-*.iw.^M: . ......--i" - .-T-,1*V ' LA / - � L "I �a r-- ^' -I ' -'1 ;