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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta .*�.�* . i*.a*. ,tJME 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1906. NUMBER a� Si- i Go to the Hudson's Bay Stores for Rubber Boots and Slickers ^^^^^^ ^�^�^'^�^�w^-^w^-V^WW WVff w w WW WW WW THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PtM-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO �. I. WALKER, Gtneral Manager At.KX. I.AIRD, Ant. Gm't Managar BANK MONEY ORDERS MUIO AT THK FOLLOWING KATts: SS and under....................... 3 cents Over IS and not ttceeding $10......  cents " tts " " $30...... 10 cents "Sit M *M...... IS cents These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in Canada of a Chatters* Baaff (Yukon escepied), and at llie principal banking point-, in Ilia I'uitad Btatajaw* I---------- � �OUTI4�LI �T A NMD U.ATI At THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMKKCK. I.OVDOV KNG. They brat an sacsllant OMthod of remitting small sums of manty with aafcftl and at small cost. ]SJ CAUtARV i l.AUKSIIOLM "KOMOXTON , HK'.II RIVER" INMSKAIL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON - STAVELV LKTIIBRIDGE IMNCHER CREEK STRAT1ICOXA MACLEOD I'ONOKA VEGREVIII.K MEDICINE HAT RED DEER VKRMII.ion WKTASKIWIN LETHBRIDQE BRANCH C. ti. K. NOURSfc. MANAURR Cheery - Summer | I s I v. 1 - News - We arc offering cut prices in Ladies' and Children's Hate, Muslins, India Linens, Ginghams. We show all the correct styles in Vestings, Swiss Spots, Etc. New Suauaer Costumes:--We have made a decided hit in this line. Woite India Linen nnd Mull costumes from $4 to $t.50. Chnmhry Suits from $3.90 to $7.50. Watch for them, they have a distinction nil their own. EJ.HUKfcCo FURNITURE DEPARTMENT TPSTA1RS Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Cialtsi aH MM m�...................SM,tlMN tttssrvri Fsad..... ................ II.SN.IM BalMct Profli aaa Um.............. �4S.IM Head Office. Montrea1 H ___  I 'i:-,-.-: - PRESIDENT: aiOHT HON. M>RD 9THATH0CUA AMU MOUNT ROVAf.. (i 0 M O VICE-PRESIDENT: , mom. MR aaoaoa �. d*uanoao. k p. m. c H. S. ObOUSTOM. ORNKKAI. makaokh Brart'ofiaa and Apenolea at all the prinoipol points in Canada ' - Alao in Londoo. Ingland, New York, Chioafjo, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of CI red it and Commercial Credits issued for uae in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS P'ra'i* sold available st sll points io Halted States, Europe sad Canada lolarasl allowed on daposlts at currani.rat** Lethbridge Branch - � r. REEVE tns|vr SAD DROWNING Ethel Fleetwood's Body Not Recovered. REWARDQFFEREDFOR RECOVERY ... i r >' Narrow EKapt %1 ksslc Nttcson frontJWitery Crave. Nut for a long time have ;.!in pco-of Lethbridge stinorcd such a shock a� Uvnt vMoh w�n aucaMionod lu,vlt>K hi'oiiinI for n timu four ,>i ihcm wont In Imlblorf in Mn' �iii�l!,i\v �lrl|i of water directly wniUi of tn� |iiiui|i lioiiw*. Ah loifg un tticy iv-iimIiioiI ut thiM m|n�t llicy wuio out of Ktuiigvr. 'PIm-.v vroMmil ovor to Ihv .mall IhIimkI iiikI by Kolnt* iiica:^ l-th-��l Hwtwooil nml lk>��i(i PottcHOii yx.l into I Ik- swiftly flowing i .i. it i'Ihimih'I of tho river u�d wrre tarr � ivxl olY their ftvt In an ilistoixl. An ok I gviHleiiwn w4hi wan I?�'.>in4 on iIn- iiuiiiiluml notiml tliein Ntrngg-IIi>k 'In Hk; water atid attonui-id to mitv them but dkl not ra.'xo any outcry. However, MrH. O. U. Mo-Mlcking. who, wMh a nunftcr oi other l�KHeH wein a ohikl w�h in the \�r. They made a lightning doAh. uikI in icm than ten Mcoonda Mr. oiirHC waa in river, followed close-j- by Mr. McMlking ami K. U. Ily-tand. Only one child voiihl he mjun and xhe wa� going down for the last time when Mr. Mourse JttmjMl into he water and Mwam out a few it-et imwI grabbed her aa she went under. After a hard xtrugglo and with utc air�i�tai)ce of Mr. McMlcAlng and r. ItylarwiH the girl w�n brought io Hhorc and with little effort roftuclut-id. It.wai then IcariK'd thai t>K> nwrurd girl was Beadle IVttUmon. At UAh -time it won not known hy the �gentlemen or lttdics thtit anobhoi girl h�.i fallen into dho river iiutthin xtoi'.^iog news wuh �oon given i�i them by the nwi'iiivl girl whttt ulu rw�iverinwht at�1 1-cgon t�, ry Where's Kthcl? Where's �Uh>L' luic'dy w. wa� letirtwd that Klbol I,, wood htKl fallen into the peril mis stream too. A seareh v n� made mil no Hlgn of her could ho found. v rtwl was linmwlia'U't.v ***nt to the frty hy Mr. lt��ii, of tho pum|>houite iml in a �hort tine Chief l�orr.v .jr/,1 ('onstnble Sillikcr arrlxwi wit I grupiding irons and ntarted to seoroh for the liody. Hoon others arrive.! nr.! AslicroftM lioat wan launoluxl aixi ivmw1^- �k>ii have toiled ulnco that ikiy until t-lK> preaent tiut the holy Ii(ih not b^>n found, lite city ha >nVr�*l u rvwawl of SUM) for Uio recovery of the bixly and H i� hO|te(! his iiHiy reisuM rn the Indiana gott  i�K work, as they are welt ne viitinud with tho river. The place where the accident in-ciir v| Ik extivmety tretit^ieroua. It ,h ^licvi^l that if the oW gentleman who wiih tlidiii�g, hull miwxl urhilarm the Utile PloelwotMl girl could huv�-to^'ii Niivod. Mr. Nourse. us kooii � >Ii-n. Mi-Mickrng rati^Hl the alurm diiKheen iii*i>oMHible to have Gssrued her us rivo was lieing rarrioi oint. wlter(, being a gooil dt>al over Mr. N'purseti the rescmi took place is quite ciiiisi Nome boys eame aloivg ami frightened thetu. Tho In>.vs oxplain thitt tlie> outl.xl to the ulrls to kaep uwuy fr tin thut |NtiH of Uio river. Search for -the Inwly of Klltel Fli-et-wimmI 4ms Iteen mu�k river us fur ns Harno's m'uu'. _TWO FIUICS TtllH WKKK. 'IHie city was visitwl liy two fires tliit. w��k. Karly SuikIu.v imiruUig fir,, tirokc mit in W. Scott's store at Saaffoi'il \y*thv� villugeis ossistisl by tin firo hrigude. tlw> blu/e wus m�t e.\-Mnguistied until Scott's store and butfher shop. W. K. Vora'a liarn and l'>.l, McKen/ie's store Ittwl town completely destroyod. Tho IfiiikHng or-cupic:! hy KixhI Hopkins, butcher, was saved after a mighty effort. Mr. 8r hard work in saving their supplies, as well as Mr. MeKensoie's safe, scales pnd other arficles. Mr. Mc Kensfie dosiivs to thank the union men; also the city firemen for their asaistanee h\ baving his |iii>|\-itv Mr. MvKoiuie Is noL rertain of loss; He has- $700 insurance. H is not known how th? Dr.* started, t>n Monday about U o'clock tlx-brigade was soimnmod to^t fire in a two storey frame residenre on Went-mltisler noad gwnod by Mr. Oauma^ ami formerly the property of th' Hoed estate, it was destroyad. It is hotioved tlie blaze was atapiod b.\ children wiio had been playing in the building. The houao was 'unoccupied. WE GET IT Experitiiental Farm to be Started at Once W. N. FAIIFIELI TO IE MANAGER Dr. SMMdcrt CMHftnl hire from Ottawa. W. C. Simmons na� received a let-tor from Hon. L. O. ItoVetmr at Ottawa announcing "that Dr. Saunders, C. M. ti., superintendent of the Dominion lOxperlniontal Kami at Ot. -Iowa had !>oen instructed by tho Minister of Agriculture to proceed to l/ethbridgc at once to eximdKo the starting of the cxpcrimeirtnl farm at this point. ) made, as Mr. (airfield . is one of the most intelligent and clever farmers in Alberta. The new; experiineAUl furm �.r a hi� thing for Soirthern Ailv-i.t and great civkIK ia due Senator |te�'�H'r for securing Ha location nt this |m>int. A SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERYMAN A SQUARE DEAL POII EVERY MAN LKTH DilltK) V, LOST. uVjcntise the Utti|itre Calleil Koiil Hits Safe Hits. Lethtirldge ball team went to V\>r-nie lit'., on Tuesday and playid a game with the team of that place-' liy all accounts the local nine vver>> up agamst all kinds of loaded dice. In the first place, Penile went on thu Hold wMh four otitsiders io strength-en them, ilien they hod an umpire who as Fred Kenny iv,  in|d>xl to .leo. Honk, was "rotten." In tho !>lghlh innings the Hcorc was tl to 1 la Ijcthhridge's favor. In the ninth innings the umpire cvkkirtly felt iVrtilo had to win, aa tie (s chiinMKl to have called three foul hits safe on?n, ensiling Fomle to score " runs and win the match. Kven the cit-1/.ens of Pernle wvre outrag�am pw.wd fas lssi.ll. Anderson struck out l!i mim and "Press Houk dhl gn*t work i�e-hhMl the bat. lx>lhbrkigo ihallengcd the Kenik* en in to play here for �a.Vi. skats Rill RQIfAIIK. a lively intereMt Ht '.'te pub'.ic square was displaced at Tw sday .light's Council nu the n.^ the walks and pro|h'rt> commlttx* to lu.v 'iut the |valh und to consu't un eii-;lneer with regard to lh>- mttui Aid. itotiins�>n urged trws shook! Im norib w\e ot the si|uiire. Akl. Hurdiog put in a .vord toi a drinking fountain. The Mnvor ho|s4l to have the wpiare lukl out properly w'llh w.i'ks and flower Jk>:I.k by a coiniK't.eit inud-m-a^ie artist. THE GREAT Is How you eaa cat the agg aa4 still hateh the ehicken T It eaa't b� elonc. of course, ami wkiea aay aiaa tells you that Kc can sell you abetter suit t thaa our $19 suit for less than $19, he has cooked his egg. Uootl Values- real goal clotlt iiinJe tip into clothes of style nnd worthy workutnnBltip cost money to mukt> -Hittl )I5 ia nl>otit aa low r prit'h ns yon an iiffonl to for when yo� \wy leas there's risk in ovury jwrl �>f lite gHriitt'iit. Tlit> cloth limy he nil right itiitl the (lye is nil wrong. It may lm fast tlyr. but the cloth limy slirinlf s nml go slin|m'lnift ttftttr tlto first shower. Thf nuui who atnntls l�y what he knows comes out right ill every walk of life. Stand by the mail you know and the clothes yon know, ami you will save dollars mid gather - the satisfactory feeling which a mail should have.- 1' Wild. Kt'.KI' 'AT IT. The follow inn Iiiin Iks'ii forward.*:) to the llerajd llesolutioii tr.ini K�>cul|ve Coilnci IWs'rict IS. V. M,\t of a. Whereas this ICXet-lltive Count it of IHstrtCt tK. V. M. W of A in meeting asscmbh^l having i'an'fully . ordered lb� sHion of our treu�uiy ui.' every means ut tlicir (oiiuiuiikI or until such lime as tiie A It >v 1 Co. are iwe-l�Mi'e nie-'t with and make a satisfactory with their man ami that we puhii-4i the aiiove resol-otion in tiie Cress* j. a. MiUON'ald, Sii Tieas. l>isiriet IS. ri.OtVKIt SIIOH AT SOHOOI.. That our loin) ) i. mis I n! )>liu'al ion reulixes the iuiportaiic� ol i he t">|  tiva'tion of a love of the Incut li.l an-.' of a clow? olis.rvat'ijii ti the workings of nuimv is evid�n-r-�d r> .heir Mower pluttiiuK scheme Some wiiks ago, in response io ;i .i|(gi>Ki-ion of tiie School Hoard, th,, ( upiis of tile sohoiif pluul'il at..I imel for their plitots titrtil thn day of i x-hHiition. lhe lust rluy ia\ scho �| ilu dif>,'lu> was very rr�>ditji!-. o an I was most encourugiog to its proniot. is. 'Hie chiklrwi in the iiuiu  iltpai t nsMlts weniivi to display the greutest interest ami had tiie Kr.(i\t'y of the [filr.nts worn t�ui!s i!H ik t risk bringing tiie plants u>t all. The judges, Mrs. tl -i. I i i ; ton awl Mrs. W. A. '.Uuitit. t *. n-slderalde dlfhciiliy -i sahfiiii;; _l:e*t plants' in wveiul of tho itisplti.xi. T|ie winnet'K in the following da|�art meivts wMh tlit'ir respective, rtowers were: Miss MiCittiv's room-Nasturtiums. -/j?ni� IM|ies. Arthur Seatnun, lut-commttniUxl) Ih>1 Livingston. M'ss Newton's room- f'alliopsjN.- dean I'iiies. Vlossie ViiH. Miss K. AMviea, Dimi Murrioil. Miss M. Af Kt. Mary's. Mr. Haley was arrested on circus night on the charge of uwing profam> on1 s �i, languago. The evidence of all the witnesses, except the eonslaJde. Mi Ives said, wont to ihow that Mr Hiiley was not guilty of the onvmv. Ho was diM-harged -by 'l'>e Mugi.� trote. Mr. lvea remarked *''' defeisiMl til" uclion o the constable. Mr. Ives tJie fiercest luliyuue;,. was uwsl on llomsl St- Men wire Hummouud ami not arrcsUd. llaloy (diouM not have been arrested. hut if he had couunitted iho offonco with whieh ho was charged ho should havt been sumntomtd. He asked that Constnhlp Jones he roprioiandLvl, The Council decided to usk tho Chief to furnish, avWenfe to uh.,w why Holey wn� arrested inwtei-1 kummoiiiil, of ,i l si . llll.\ .Ill- It a ma succ.Kss. Dominion Day was a typi Arberta day ond the eiti/eus bridge ec-leliratod tho atiiuve Canada's birth as a n.iMxi ;i ious.ways. Theonly attraction in tho' -demonst rut urn at :u- i s pii'^riiiiniu.. ano|i|e who look in iIh- ivUvtiraMon bud Iota to occupy their attention. At the grounds there wei� I use hall und lacrosse matches and a list uf nthMiv events. 1 x-thbiidg e jitniors won a guino of btim.hall from the north ward and in a lacrosse match "A" team from "Ti." The retult of Win .othor sports is crowtkd out, . a ii:imiv at tahki:. The pi'o\iiiciul governtii'vit lui i n en ciis.,ni;...i putting in a ferry i> p'\ :.'i.,ss tin. Ilelly river ui !.�'.- AltiiOXAC'l'S LOST The ArgutmulB lost in the littul licut �t lli'ttltiy. Bulgittij crew huh. SHXTKNiJ JS. I At tlie court flvo of Uio lru�ters g,,t two months each. j.  w.vli,. Magahy. threa moi.Hs, Masg-" I'l'o'hi susjtoitdod santMiice, tvier li"\k�ih. two years. STItAWBKHRV I'ESTIAUJ,. Tho contractors have kindly I on no-1 tho new union depot to the. ladies of St. Patrick OlntKii �ttd they wilt hold an ivo cream festival tiiwro naxt '^liuiulu,y eveniug. Tito lloaivl of Trade is cwnsMering a WiHilloit proposition ft Woollen mill i>r >p .on Ir .m the MediciiM Hut Woo-hn Co. TL.) >v i.t citixtms to raise $95,001! �toi.k an.1 thu I'olliU'-il to glMlrtVI>tiilds tor g'-M.OUO. ludgiiient was given for the jiluiu-till in the miU* braugbit against At Scott hy KJi;� and by too TtiKt�r'a '" 't ;