Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRItMSE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, JULY ft. 1906. Go to the Hudson's Bjiy Stores for Rubber Boots and Slickers ,4 ,- . XWEeAHADIAN Biy^ OF COMMERCE Hli'Up Capltii, $10,fljtoO.OOO. IteMrve Fund* $4,500,000 , ::'H�AD:^pFPICE..TORONTali/l:- 'Xlp.^ t. B. WALKER, Caniral Mah>i^cr ALEX.LAIRD, Aiit. Gml Managar BANK MONEY dRDfiRS IMUtO AT THf rOUWOWINO RATE* : $S and under.......:.:............. 3 centt Ovtr tS and not iscccdinn 5)0....... cants " fW " " $30 .... 10 canu Tktm Ordm an PayabU titPar at any office in Canada of * Chattcrad hK (Vulwn a>c�i�*d). and at the principal bankings points iu tlt� i?ait�d BlplM^T TltrCANADfAM BANK OF COMMERCE. lONDON. ENG. Tkay fena an seellaat OMthod of remitting tmaU sums of manty with and'at amall coat. BRANCHES IN ALBERTA CAUiARY;, , 44 i.AKESnOLiM 'HK;M RIVER* INMSKAIt LEAVINGS LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD , r MEDICINE HAT RED DEER NANTON - STAVELV PINCHER CREEK STRATHCONA PONOKA VECREVII.LE VERMILION WETASKIWIN 4' i LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSfi. MANAQBR CKeery - Summer - News - ^ririt ofTeriag cut priec* in Laaiet' Md Chiiaf�n*� ,fipato. Mttftliaa. iBtfIa Uacat. Gingluimft. Wc diow the eorrcet tylct in VettiAgt, Swits Spots. Ete. ^l^fW(SHPi�aMr^0�tuia^^ hnvc made n decided iMt in tMiiikit. i^fc Iiuiin Linen and Mull eoBtumct ^ffmn $4 ta 18.50. Chamkry Suits from $3.50 to 1^^. Wt^tprihjm, they have a 4istihc|ion kll :--their own..^ FrRNTTITRE DEEARTMENT rpSTAiiiS K Bahk of Montreal ESTABLIi^HED 1817 CaffUll aH MM IV..... MmntiVwai.....:.. , IfiMMIt MS.IS* r' i Head Office, Montrca' �laST aOM. M�KD 9TaATH0O.�A AMD MUUST ROVAL, 0. C. M. 0, VICE-PRESIDENT: ;^,.....�pa.:ai,a�aoaea'A,'.oauifMOMTo. K. c. M.,n, a. �. cLouirrbiii aasicHti. HAi�*aRN -'^ �ra|faoaa iind^^getiioiaa at all tbe principal points iti Canada; J: "nv,:^' Also m tibnabn, England^ New York,'Ch'inago, -j, apdkahe and Nawfoimdland TVavaUera* Cirdular Lettarsof Credit and Commercial Credits issued tor use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAv6rABL.E TERMS Driifi* Mid vallabl* at all point* in Ualtad Staiaa, Rnrope aad Canadi ^lnt,araai allowad on/dapaalte at currant>ai�a, Eethbridtfe Branch ^ iiL^I^''^ SAD DOWNING Ethel Fleetwood's Body Not Recovered reward OFFErSTfOR RECOVERY Narrow EKipc of icssit failesMi rromiMfatcry Grave. Not for a long time haw !,ho peo-i>le of Jjcrthbridge / sunercd auch t^hoclc ait .'that- v-M�h watt oci^asionod 'Vty ttio incxpresstbly sad drowMng uf VAUncX Fleetwood, .tin bright fik?il citi-/.vnH of the c^ty, on Dominion I'ay T her sister arid Uii) t�vo daiigbtcrs of T. 10. - IVitte .soil, real �Hlate agmt an'.i;.' Irtne Ster and-swam oi>t a f^'tiet and grabhcd her. as she went under. .\fter a hard struggle and with "Uic assistance of Hr. McMiciaing and Mr. Rylands the girl was brought lo shore and with little effort resuciat-cA. It was then learned that: iha rescued giri was fiesSie Patteson. At thds^ime it :wa8 tiot known by the gi?n'tl�men or loidies that anothei girl hoid fallen into tha river butthis s'tja I'll log news was soon given to thoni by the ri:�oitei.i girl, when sht wc(>vor�l her. senses'and 'began - .to sign of her could ho found. Vord was immodiaftely sent.to the cKy by Mr. Reod, of the purophouse and in a short time Chief Parr.v a^ Constable Sillikerairri\i0d with grappling irons and started to seoiroh for the body. Soon others arrived and Ashcrofts boat wos launched and cnorgi'tic nion have toiled since that day until the preseivt hut >the body has nob b\'ful rate and the turn, of mviiiuners oouM not have rason they went into the river wos becausi some Imys came along a>Kl frightened them. The lK>ys explain that tho.\ called to the girls to ksep awa.v Tr>ini thut |>art of tilie river. .Search for 't>lie liody of Ktltcl Fleet-wcKwl has liceii ni�rde ilown 'the river us far as Itaine's inrne. ,T\VO FIlllCS THIS WEKK. v fties 'Ihif city was visitod by two this wuek. F'Oi'ty SuiKlay nKxrirIng flr� roke out in W. Scott's store at Siaffoivl ASll*Se Uivd though every effort wat 'inado by*til's! villagers assisted ti'y tlM iiro hrigttde. the l�l�ze was not e.x-ftinguiflhcd until Scott's store and butpher shofi, W. 10. Vere'�( iMtm and lOi. : McKonxie's store lioid been completely 'destroyed. The bitikMng oc-vupic'd hy Fivd Hopkins, butcher, �aS'saved aftn- a mighty effort. Mr. Scqitt lost his entire stock, some of ijt having only 'been placod m the iiloro the day befoits. The (insurance >of niaOOO will only partially covei hisJoHS. i Mr: McKemHe's huildvng'wasiisod by itthe Minor's Union as a sit ore-house and the miners sucirecdcd b,^ liarilfwork in saving their stipplies, as ^f^woll as Mr. McKemtie's safe, shtleil jtnd other articles. Mr. J Mc l^eneie desires to thank the union >aen;^>,a1so the city Tirernen for their aMiStanoe-:i� saving his proiwrty. Mr, . ami formerly the: property ol,' �thv = Rceil estate. It was dentroyed. It IS bclie\'wl the hlaxe was started by i-hildren who had been plaving in the building. The house was 'unoccupied; GET IT Experifliintal Farm to be Started at Once W. N. fiUmoiTo IE nan^ ftr. SaiRtfcn Ctnlnl hcrt rram Ottawa. A SQUAKE DEAL FOB EVBBYMAN A aiQUAHE DEAL Fdi EVEBYMAl^ W. C. Sinanons has received a letter from Hon. l. �. DeVctier at Ottawa' announcing 'that Dr. Maunders, C. M. U.; superintendent of the Jht-minion Kxperinieiital Farm at Ot -tawa had been .instrucu>d by the Minister of Agriculture to proceed to Ijethbrklgc at once to e.x|iedi>t� the Startiitg of the experimental farm at this |H>int. ' ' V; lit is umlerstood that W. H. Fair-tic^id will, be offered,the poertion- of SuperiiKyndimt of the new farm. No belter'iltoice could be made, as Mr. Fairbeld . is, one .of the ino�t intelligent and clever fanners in Allwrta. The i>cw;.experiinieOlai Uvui \v;l! t^e a bii( Ihrng for SotUthern Ail>,>>.n'.i and 'great crjdit is'due Senator Ix: v .' )or foi- securing Hs location' at this LKTHBRIDGK LOST. Uscatuie t'he Umpire. Called Foul Hits Safe ilits. Let'MitMge ball teain went to Fer-n'le H.C.', ofi Tuesday an;l played a game with the tesni of that place.' Hy all accounts the local nine wefe up against ail kinds of loaded dice. In the first place, Fernie lyent on the tiekl wiith four: outsiders � )jyilI. Anderson struck out IS men and Tress Houk dkl great work bur hind the bat. l^thbridgocftallengcd the Femiu earn to pla.v here, for 92Mt. . STi:AT.S FOK SQUARE. THE GFLEAT Is how yo� ean eat the egf andstiUhalehtheeUekenr : It ei^i*t be done, of eourse,, and when nny oinn tells yo� that ie can sell .you abetter suit v than evr $15 suit for less than $15, he has cooked his egg. . Oooil Valnes-^-real good clotliiiiade np into clothe* of style himI .worthy . , workmanship cost money to inakt'- \ ami $15 jb a)x}tit aa low price as yoti;; �au HfTonl to go, fur when yon iwy? leaa there's risk iirevery pHft of the . fipirment. The uloth may be nil right Mild the dye is all wrong. It may l>e fast dye, )nit tlie cloth may sliriukV'^ and go sha|iel�^sb after the tinit shower. The man who taitils by what he knows cornea out right ift every walkof'life. Stand by the man you know and the clothea yon know, and you will save dollars and gather the satisfactory feeling which a imaii should have.- pub:ic "uiisday .'V lively interest in -.'le square was displayed at night's Oouncnimceit'iiig. A'lo RoMiison brought .ip the qiies-bion of placing seats on-tho f^juarc aiKl Akl. Oliver, Harding^ and l�ob-ns(M^w-ere named as a comni ttae to fleal with the matter.^, AW. McClure vanted" the t.iider oath extended around the lU-.tK, A motion was passed authorixin.^ the walks and property conunittae to la.v out the path and to consult mi cn-'Sineer with regard to the'ur.iltci, Aid. Robinson urged t.i'.tt siii.re trees should be ploced on ^^ha norih side of the square. Akl. Harding |iiit in a ,word lot a drinking fountain. The Mavor ho|H>d to liive the Mqiiaiv laid out praiwrly \rtth w.ilks aiMl flower 't)ecls hy u coinpetimt luiid-Kcofie artist. wiu. M;i:r at it. .The following' Ivns been forwarded to the liert^Tl: , .� ItosoiU'lioii from Kxecutive Counci-DiRlrict 18, V. M.- W: of A. W'hereas ih'iH lixeculivc Council of Wstrict 18, V. M. W. of A. in iiuHi'ting assemhlod having cart'fully dj$e niKl uiro the finenoiali po-si4.ion of our treasniy ard ftnd' our-.selves ill u slrotiK |>o^ition. lie lit tlieioroic re.-^olved that we in^ !�triKt our odiceis to continue the ftght at lAthhii'dgf l�y every means It their loutiii'utMl or until such tune as t'lie \. \\. At I Co. are f>rc-rmretl to nu���t with and make a satisfactory agroeiiirnt with their men and that we pulil'isii the above rcsol-ouon in t'hc Press. j. A. McDonald, Sec.- JIois. District 18. m m THE OVER ERECT; MAN. ^ -if ' Sometinjes ,a ^mai); holds'^himself exceedingly , Sugerb-vitaiityrHrrepressiblespirit-tw^iplail' coniftn��ti6n of the vertebralf cobmn or spine- -mi^^iltmfiTbutoiy ^iise^l^ his^ is a vaiHk common to atl the lypes foV Jvhich. we have *tioa' �J FLOWER SHOW .VT-SOHOPL. That our local Hoard oIF/tliic-jit ion realizes tlu.v was very creditu!!.e and was most encouragiog to its iiromoti i.s. Phe ch-ildr(>n in the iiinic^" lUpart-ments seemed to display the greatest InlereKt and had the ,(;'r.�e,t.5Sit sii�;t all. Th�^ judges, Mrs. 'I. I. I r! ton and Mrs. W. A. '.lamiit ui ho I .. iii sideraMe difficulty n f>olectiii>f iii^: [l:eM. plants in snes. Floosie 1(111. Miss E. AfWya room-Nasturtium-Mory l>avies, Doll Murriotf, Miss M, .\ddy's room-^Nastiirtiiini-K^tie nriKlie, Wilbur McKenr.io. Miss Fiirso.'H room -Verlxlohn Dixon, Mr. Austin's room- Phlox- Bessie Patteson. OloKlys Oliver. Mr. Hamilton's room - Stocks. - Dora NlmnKMis, Minnie Maddaugh, A. Uthbridge, Alta. Telephone 100 Vellie H�i\l.v (reconunended.) It. i.s to 'lie ho|icd that.-'having had such a successful initial trial that t'ho flower show will be an annual event. 'Ittie winners at Westmiinster school room 2, pansies, weixK-Mildred NSni-iiions, Vkilot McGufllri- .fudges Mrs. .1. Boulton, Mrs. .1, .Scott. WANT POIilCEMAN REPRTMANDr ED. . Ae Monday night's Council nvocting W. C. Ives made a contplaiint a-gainst Constable. !ones on hchalf of Dan Haley, of ftt, Mary's. Mr. Haley was arrested on circus nightJ on the charge of using profane and ol.-si oie languawe. The: evidence of all the witnesses, except the cr>nstable, Mi. Ives said, went to hhow that Mr. Haley was not-guilty of illio ofleno-. He. was > discharged 'b.v the Mu^i.s -trate. Mr. Ives reiiiarktxl that no person was required to e.veioi.'w f|;.s-(�rirt'ion mn\ usw their hiniiw ti f.ic than an otllccr of t^o liiw. Chief 1'iwr.v 'dtrfeiidod the uLlioii o the constable. Mr. Ivs ftiM the liei-cest I'amguagc was used on Hound St. Men were suininonoil and not arrested,, Haley should not have been arrested, hut if he han summoned. He asked that Constable .Tones he Kpriwanded. The Council 'decided to ask the Chief to furnis^ ^^-Menve to slmw why Hale.v siiniinoneiiL;)ig�T.i pu't'liii'g III a ferry to \n\ M'lo.sH Uio Itiillv river nordi ol ! al.- ;ilh-1)1 It Domiwioii Day was a lypiJrJ ^ ikdv Alberta day and the citi/.eri.s of J.i'ili-bridge celebrate;the aniir/.'.-iii-v Cattada's'biHh' as a na'U in ir. Mt-iousjways. 'i'heonl.V attraction in tho yjjj^, tho^''demonstracKMl at iln.' nr.v letic: grotinds umler-I'lu! .'ii'-ig crow'd niid .was u liift'!il.\' 'di'ligilvtful a/Tair. A iirocvssioii of laltor iiM'ii in ilie iiioniiiiiir started c(V tilie day's prograniine aiKlfroin tlint t'ittie, iiiiiiil NArTS Lf)ST The ArgouuutB loBt.in the. tiual heat at Henley. Belgiau orewv won. SKXTENO JS, ) At t'ho court five ,of thij'!St,'i!"ft.rd rioK.'is got. tvbnKinths each, d. W,\'I in M ivguhy, three-; mo t ^^is,,Muyg.e To'.lt( susiioivdod ' sori't'iiice, I'eter Ii0\ lit (lb, I wo; years;' ...... � woollen; MlLf^, cro\ve:l the new union 'depot to tHiu Ladies of St. Patrick Ohurch �rd tthev ' wilt hold an ive oreain festival fli^ro n^vt 'f^hursd^^y evemug. The Bound ol 'J'mdo is concKieriiig a "Woollen proposition' ' a woollen nvill-iir-jp Ion frmi tliji, Medicine Hwt Wort'!l'>n Co. " 'j:t"3 vv< �.t citizions to raise S85,0(K) srtock ami 'lihe Coiiiu.''il to gunruint'WJ bonds , for ; .Tiidffuient wofj given for llie I'I'ttU;,? i! till in tho suits brougtit Against Scott iiy lOil a and by the -Triwjiii'.'s,''. Uauk.