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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME J ; he Canadian Ban of (ommerce HKAD OFFICE, Tf)RONT() Paid-up Capital. $10,000,000 Reserve Fund. $4,500,000 iii >N r.KO A cox. I'l- .-i H !; W.SLK'F.U, (i M:,i) .1.. I Al,KX I, A IKD, A, O ,Vl � 135 BRANOHEZS IN CAT^AIJA AMi THE liNiTliD STATICS A general Banking Bnsincss transacted. Accouts may be opened and conducted by mail with all branches of this Bank. S A V ! N (i S B A iM\ I) 1C I* A H 1 > 11: N J . Dcpositt of $1 snd upwards received, and interest allowed at current rates. i.;tst added to the deposit twice in each year, at the end of May and November. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in (he withdrawal of whole or any portion of the deposit, Lethbridge, (Alta.,) Branch C, G. K. NOURSE, - MANAGER THE 2 MACS NecKwe'r Shirts Hats Caps Collars 4 RAilROAf) MEN ^�^Lor We imKz TRAINMEN'S SUPPLIES a Specialty of Tailor-made iCIothlng. 1 Carhardt Overalls, Grin-nell gauntlet Glov.s, Pinto Shell Gauntlets : OUR MOVTO A dollar's w rth of value for ^^^^^^4^4 every dollar; or every dollar, back, ! THE 2 MMCS FITTERS OF MEN A, L. McKeivi* A, Bs. McCuire Bank of Montrea ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital alt paid up...................$14,040,000 Reserved Fund...................... (0,000,000 Balance Profit and Loss.............. 665,159 Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT; Mi.nr HON. t,OH� STltAI'HCONA ANi^ "MOUNT fOYAl., Q. n. M. r. VICE-PRESIDENT ; HON. Sill QKOllGB A. DUUMMOKO, K. C, M. C. r. s. OL' USTON, Gesku*i, >Ux.�,gbii Branches and Agencies at all the principal points in Catiada Also in London, England, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS |i li pr'\Uxhi? 4- I'.' �t'� -'.i Uu'l'e � St ile-. Bi ,,(.,. C   a Interest ollowed on deposits at curretit'ratrs Lethbridge Branch - l^f^Z"" VE I % A, EASTON & CO. I t Harntss and. Sad.iles, I Trunks and Valises, 1 Iw bes a i Blankets, V.'JHl'S. 8l'UK(3. .BITS, ETC., KTG. Ordcrctl Work a Hpin-iaii-y. I WAY. OATS A N D W J J EAT F() R SA L J^: I ADDRESS BOX 201, LKTHBIUDOE DR. G. C. CRA66 Pir/SICIAN AND SURGEON (ji^lce-Ovor HiKinbodiatn'st Drii^ Siorp PHONE OHico 125 ". llouse 94 Ll/ITf�KIDiu;t^^.�ml or i \vi.'.>'v v>aixl as tlu' ca&t'niiiy be, .'ibout, jtwoiniK'S. But llie new loop at 'Field will be iiliont :.'(.) miles in lengtii. in order to rcn..5'o;i (>[ the SiAV-nigi- til-.iJ! I- dlSCHiB'.'l (Ur ! it Vv"!!'^ d'-(.';d','d in tinii'i'f \.(> cafis ^) a-iU. S )i,oJi .�^..wi-r fi'i. -s iU Q'i.'-i'. '',''v-'l.I. -.!('., f ' ."C' .;g a liO'lS'. .li-' nuii,!! � �! a ih'* piiu)pill,:.: ,s' a v.-art rif. v.-d to llie Work.-> a'.il pnii^v'tty il,;ii iiiillji-.i .t.c-; 'ii'tc re(loct .'!')�� >� j..-'nph' klli.': ,!�� I'l'Ci'.Ml (i i,-^. il i i>-iinci'i. For monuments and headstones see B. C. Moore. 142 .�;0?j.:i'M; ,u;...dti0nS TliC s:.',.r; ,, oi.' the (i .1 . .'II A  I ... .-. � ill'.ic ^.'i. r.-jl-in.! i 11; 1 1'., ;  r. 111).-'!', uiiiga--/. .Ml. iJo.'icri .x'.ivsnmh.."JiIn 1.2 of oningcs; lAr. Hopkins, t No. -''). cuoiie; The .lobbing Co., iKiin; \V. C. T. I'., jelly and cream: .Mi'. NVhi'e. chickens and egi.VH; i'irlu' Mirron. J. turkey iintt I '^(mt^r- McDoiniki & Cu., 2 cases aj'plcH; W. T. Hen.yon, turkey; S. (>. Ciierry, ease of orangt.'s; Mcxlel Bakery, fruit cake; Mr. and, .Mrs. liernier, cake and apples; Mrs Baide, cake; Airs, (icwrge Staples, cak''; J. ,D. Higiii-bothani A- Co., ciuidy : Mrs, Belcher, grapes and oranges; Mr. Bowman, case of oranges; Mr. Kevan, dowers; Mrfi. Fairlieid, cream and fruit; Mrs. Wm. Morris, cake and pickles; Robert S;ige, pictures for nurses' home. 1 would also like to thank you, on behalf of the hospital stall' ajid patients, for the copies of yourpaiJer, which you kindly sent. NEED OXBRIDGE Lethbridge Should Wait Upon the C. P. R. AND ARRANGE FOR DRIVEWAY On the New Railroad Bridge Across the River. Tho decision of the C. P. R. to erect a bridge over the Belly river, in onler to shorten the route between here and Macleod, is important in seveml respects to the oitizenfj of Lethbridge. For years the town has hoijed that the CP.R. would take this a::tion, as it was felt that the present course of the road between here and Macleod had considerable eflPect on Leth-bridge's future as a railway centre. But great as is the need of a railroad bridge at this point, still just as imperious is the demand for a bridge to accomodate the farmers north and west of U8,who8e natural market is Lethbridge. At pri^sent they have to go out of their way a considerable distance before they can cross the river. As a matter of fact, thongh it  iia\- not be realized, faimers within ten miles of us go to Olaresholm to sell their grain and produce, .simply because they will not allow tlieir horses to pull heavy loads up ihf steep hills between their homes rtiid Luilibridge by the route they, it; jiresent, have to travel. Kow. when the C P.R. is about to iiuild a bridge, is Lethbridge's opiX)rtunity to possess the trada of the growing farming country to the north and west, for all time to come. Efforts should be made at once to ascertain if the C. P. R. vcottld jjermit a driveway to be erected alongside their tracks. Once the consent of the C. P. R. was secured, the government of Alijerta would necessarily be asked to grant a sum towards defraying the esiMJijse of enlarging the bridge an.; Lethbridge would also be expected to assist. If Lethbridge wants to attract the trade of the fanners in this section the board of trade and the city council should proceed to negotiate with the C. P. R. at once and if successful iu inducing them to enlarge the bridge for this pur-ix>se. 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, as the towns springing up north and west, will be en~ abl�l to attract the farmers, solely because of tho inconvenience iu reaching this city. The project must not be permitted to lag a moment. The board of trade and the merubants must commence the campaign immediately. Mayor Rogers is strongly in sympathy with the proposition and is prepared to put forth every effort to solve this important problem. Matheson out of Sight. Nothing has been heard of R. A. Matheson, the late secretary treasurer of Raymond. His wife and eliild are at her home in Milton, Out. The Fnmk Paper says that .^latheson and his brother H J. .Matheson of the Blairniore Times, fornu'rly coiulucti^dthe Silvertonian ;it Siivertou, B, C. Later they tiane to Frank and estabhshed tin-Si-ntinel. When tr,e jiartnership was dissolved, he went to Pincher and with Dr. Lake started the ri.^nndu)). It was short-lived and K"i| then ui'iit to Raymond, fonn-� ;:.; piriiii'nihip >.vith "Si'' Saniiders li ill- Cii;on:cle. Soon after lco-.ng U: iUi.vinc-.d hi- \v;i3 iiiii letown tri-.'arfnn-r. Bad Fire; Bad Roads. A deieetive chimney catised a lire in the home of Thos. Walsh, a fiincher living eighteen miles north /;f her*', on Siiturday night. The iioufie was badly damaged and the ents, furniture and clothing, wmi' ruined. On Monday Mr, \*'elsh in(!t witn another misfortune' while retiirning from Lethbridge wilii a load of fttrnituro to replace the articles destroyetl. The team , wa.i climbing the hill beyond the 'bridge wlien tln.'y slipiaedand v.-ith � tho wagon and contents went ioto I the "dump." It took many liours I (o reload and get started on the way ; again. Something should be done 1 lo put this road in repair as the hill j at th'is season is covered with ice � and travelling is e.ttremely danger-otts. ! It proposed in the Statt^s, by ten cent subscriptions, to raise$800,000 as a wedding gift for Miss Alice ; Roosevelt, IMPERATIVE SALE ����������MHKiii-. Commencing 6 January, 1906 In March or we have to move our present store building, and it is imperative that we clear out our stock to the lowest pos-ible limit The orders are to sell off a:l possible Slock befo e thai date. You know what that means-that it is very rarely that a sio'e carryiig ihe high quality goo-Is nf the lliffeon's Bay {"o. announces such a sweeping sale rhe notir(- to move was sudden and: was given fter large purchases had been made, and now th^^ orders are: to dlspi^: e uf larL^er portion of stocky before removal. ; SALE COMMENCES JANUARY 6, 1906 Men's Coon Coats Regular 55.00, sale price............................44 50 Men's Wombat Coats I^egular $23 UO. sale price............................ 19 85 Men's Fine Overcoats Regular $17.00, sale price............................ 13 25 Regular $14.50, sale price............................ 10 25 Men's Frieze Overcoats Regular $7.50, sale price.............................. 4 90 Regular $9.50, sale price.............................. 6 80 Boys' Heavy Reefers Regular $4.00, sale price.............................. 2 90 Regular $3.50, sale price.............................. 2 60 Men's White Dress Sliirts Regular $1.25 to $1.75, sale price........................ 50c Ladies' Silk Blouses Regular $4.00 to SG.Oi>, sale price....................... 2 25 Ladies' Dress Skirts Regular $3.50 sale i^rice............................... 2 65 Regular $5.00, sale price.............................. 3 85 Reguhir .$6.00, sale i>ric6.............................. 4 35 Ladies' Costumes Regular 112.50, sale price............................. 9 25 Regular 15.00, siili' price............................ 10 75 Regular 20.00. sale price............................ 14 90 Ladies' Blouses Ri'gular 1.00, 1.20 and 1,.50. sale price.................... 75c ?v1isses' and Cliiidren's Boots. nO i)air>j, rsgular to 2.00, sale imce................... 75c Women's Corsets Regular l.oO, 1.2|-< and l.lo. sal' jiviee.................... 70c 20 Per Cent, Discount on All Dress Goods, and Men's and Boys' Clotliing. Otlier ^oods marked down in pro-portion. These prices are for Cash Only HUDSON'S BAY CO. ;