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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe J.-*-4,-!', olntaib Ualte>l Staiea, iiiiropa and Canada Interest ellowed on deposits at cMrrenl^etea Lethbridge Branch -  ' ""^v. Managar REASON WHY MnHdnc Hat is Lod^ WooknMill EXPUWED ir NR. McnUKON Mcdiciit-IUttwIltack Tikn uf wHkUil tcMt. Sini-o t'h wonlliyn iiUII |>i'o|>osition faiiK! Iiofore lh, "Why ai-o �� leaving MMitHno IJ�t?" In tiho first place wo wciv. iinaliH; to secui-e by ��tioii .siilUci.-nt capital to run Iha inistncn/si. TM�, of courM, was not on aci-oun't ol the l>ro|>o.sitiDn itscll, as tlwy all (olt it wa.s a good payintr iiivestiriont. llut. owing 'to the real�te uo.iiu tibttt has IJeen on thtuw ��ow for so�n. n�H a hylwW for the guarantee of our bonds for �30.WW. The matter wax taknn up aiid discussed andi w�� left to alio Finance Coniimittoe, and tiho Finance Coninvitites very .stron^l.x i�comme�.[tci.l the Council to submit iihe iby-luw. The )�y-law was rc-�;l o second time. In the difMmssloii at th. meeting' of the Coiiwnittec of *M�e whole the matter was thrown down. Th3 EnCerprise C'ouunitlce of"^thi lioiitxl of Tragic wftiti:y wouki take the liM'ttcr up an sitbimt the t>y-law. This meeting wa."' held and after consitlerable dis lU.s.sicn the- resolution waff pa6S'.'il with only one diRsenting vote. The ''ounoll tho4i held a sjiec/ial mccii.ig and they i-gnorcxl 'this reiM>1ution. Then they n.'a lo LpthfUridjI-.'. A special train consisting of two Hlcc|>ers and a. 'iMggii'ge car baft been charturejl witl froiii sixty to sovonty-five Cran-la'uok rooters will occointtany the 'I'oani: The train will arive in Ijelh.-hriilgo Moii'ciay.inprning and leave on !he /oturn trip.alwut oi'sht o'clock Mowidy evening. Cratilnook is the only town of it� si�? in ('anarla that would pay 8000 for a sitccial train un.l igo 200 mlilcM to �'a.v* its team play B.VNK AT TAHKll. RaRlern T(>�'n.ships Bank F-stiaiblished a Ilraaich There. A hra�eh of the 13a.steiMi Towivsritips Bonk. W'i'tih head olTico at Sherbrookn Quebec, w�s opened at Tal;ei' yes toivtay. W. L. Ball, manngiar of 'ihe Wiivni-iKjg branch, co*nt�letod the arrange -incntR dulling 'tlK! week. lie leased the buildi'rrg owncti and occupied tiy A. Cam|rt>cll, near Hie depot. Mr. Campbell hati roint.c�d Vhe store, near t'he Carroll hotel, formerly ii.scd as a barber .shop. 11 is unik-i-ittooJ a Sherbivwko man W'ill be mraiNiijer of .Uic nsw Imnk. W. L. Ball, the Winniiieg ri.ii agur of the Eastern TownSliips i!a>iiiiid AVr-Urinc wouUl lie the Toilicr iiia.ta'.^i?r.. He also stot�d tine liank innvcsed erecti'Ug a suit�ilj|c hitikliing at Tnibor tfcis year. It woulid I* a brick struetwre with silo-ne (rotYt. Mr. Ball has great conndcnce in tlic fut-'iivi of Taller. lie aaya his ilHvnk intends extending, their business throu-t^hout live west. You Need the Go0(l� We NeedtKe iMoncy We sell Tliirty-fivu �U�titicrtyiJes . in VI You CM*t go WrooguoleM Yoofo ClMwhcre 1 OKO. STAUXE.S BEAD. IN TIIF. HOSPITAL IlKllE. Coleman Lady Badly Injured in a Runaway. A ni�st distressiiig acci'dcwt Itcfe'il Mrs. If. S. Clalcr and Mrs. .1. F. ovuh at Coleman an Wodne�Jay afternoon last, in wliich Mrn. Oaler as tpiite .seriously injured. Th. iai;lios were driving from Frank wh.; their horse tjccainc frighicited itn: ran. 'i'hc animal kickoU the tiugigy to pieces a'nd her. Fortunately Vhe switch -ing engiino was near and the civu ook Ihcloitties in tl�o calioose. l.t is not tliougilvt that Mrs. tJalers in dries are'seri'Otis. 'though e-xcectiing-ly painful, Mi"!S. Povah. cscwpcd wiUi-oiH. worse injury than a kick un on.' arm. Dr. MeW'burn was sumnvonod to vt-tcnd the injured tg nicelji. VIRTIJE GETS COXTIIAIT. For Work at WesitminsJter air^l tral Schools. At Mo'iMla.v 'ii'igilit's Council meeting the following ivsolift'ion was passj'U. That It'nder of 11. Virtue Ite accepi-elet� the \^rk, wliii-l^ may noeess-itate the sUio�>ls Ixsiig closed imlil that d^Ut. Mr. Virtue's fewktr wits fI,.'mi. MAILRO'VD TO MI\R. Snirt to IM! ITndor Considt-ratloii by lliilwcll Mining Co. Lioulennnt Governor Bulyr). oikI Hev. Mr. I'adloi', dipvi- lUt to I'lio ll| miiK) on Monday. A �100.0f:^0 plant is to be iii-Hinllet) I'hfre nl once and Ijy full mine will Ix; in full suing. It is iiiKlers'tood the romi^any proposes biiil-ling � railroad from the mine to tap t'he nov line of thf C.IMl. iR-two.'ii here and Miu'lc.i;id. .TOBBIVC. CO. BiriLDINO. Will bo Heady lor Occiii>alion by the 1st of OctolK>r. Work comVDemwl rin the new lalibing Co, building this wc'' oc' lipatidn hy October. .^on-in-Lnw of Mrs. DulT Met With Fatal Accident in .N'ew Ontario. Mrs. Pun' res was wiith an engineering! pai-t.\ md me,t, his 'tlealh hy accident, par-icHlars of which have not lieen rer celve�l-. Mr. Stomes >lM>lo'�9.:'d to a' wj-ll-known Montreal fainily.flo used to be in �Ho BX.WMP. here. TAUElt BEATEX. (n Matches Here anil at Pinoher Creek. Taller Uwt two inatobes in the Crow's .V>..'st .Association foot'l),ill league this week. . Playing h�>i-c' a'giainsd 'the local kickers or. MoiKlay ni'glvt they lost tiy �i goals to nil I^Pthtori'ilgB playMl a l-spleiidi'.| K-aiiie, but the Ta-lier follow,-tiui up a stiilrf>ofn hal'tlc. .Vt I'iiicihi'i- Creek on Tuesday, 1lii> ranchers (loli-aled Taljer t)y 7 goals to 1. Til'.' Ta.Ui'r loam was coiiiimw 1 of I'kistiiiaii. n�>: I'homp.son ami H. Bland, back.s; \V. Brand, .1, Itamsay un.l I'.ii.'^niii. half IwcUs; .\. Thouip-��)�, S. nitnii, T, Parkinson. ^Vnbl.-is-ler ami !. I'lnncis, forward, 'the siaiKliing of the Icaguei at |u-ese�t is us follows: Played Won Uwt Dr. fifl'lilirwl.-.- ...... a 1 1 l: PiiK^i.r .......... 2 2 0 O Tabor ............ .1 0 2 1 Tins eiiablea. ns to fit every form, Made to nieaanre $15.00 Up A System of Units BEMI-READY system of -specialized tailoring-a sleeve e.\pert for sleeves-a collar specialist oti collars alone, etc, economizes heavily on cost. Because, such specialists will thus turn out more, and better finished garments, at a given salary, than the same number of tailors would if taik made a wkole coatxn the usual. Custom way. Another practical economy is the of cloths that /trick, Siiiiila.\ hL-Jt was Flower Kiinda.v Kiiov (�lihii-'h. .'\'t the eV'Hiing servints the pfcarpf was Rev. Dr. Kdlpatrick. proioK-iiif ill Knox College, Toronto, I'urnierly nl' Maiiit'Oba Col>�gi.?, Wiii-n\\ti%. IK' is a gifted, man and hi.s' discdiirsc �iis a |K>yii:erftil a'nd kMrn'S'il I'Xpositiim t.uvos. Ill I'lK' i-Diif.'se of his. remarks h.' di.-olfifr.'l iliiit the love of money iii'i'U'hi si-Hfii l>.' 11 I'lirse ift CVilMda. Tin-'ffainliliitR ^.|'lrit was rife', fti-all w.,-�.Iviiioiali/iiiK' PUt>lic life oi>d 'iniia'.l coiiitiietri' I'a'lriotic Caiia'ili'aiis rn' iK'ni.itl f t'lv' Oreat ".'ills Hardware Co. M.W STATION ATTABEB. Is VdW l'iid(>r Course of Con.sir.ict -ion by C. p, U, ,\ new f!,P,U, station of good-jifo-porl'iodK is ii�ili>r conMlruct'ion at Tiibri b* i,s Incateil across thi.> I nicks from the pres,>iit sttUion, ! it .'li'in.--striictur*! and Is expoct.yi to (e le to ncrouiniodate the growiiuv biisi ai Taber lor some .voii's to comt^ Men's two piece suits in I'ine English Worsietl and Scotch Tweeds in brown or olive greeii, istc These are very dressy snits add all special iuilore.!. Price $15.0H lo*l8,tJU. All wool home-spun Suits in LightGrey or Fawn (two pieces^ either double or single breasted half lined or liued tbrmtgh. .Special for July, $7.50 HATS - f n straws and linens SHIRTS - In mtislina and, jwrceles . C()LLAR8-In cool heights UNDER WE AR-Cool and gauzy. HALF HOSE - Lace and embroidered. SHOES-Whiteandtan. We are prepared to help yon enjoy the hot weather Men's light , weight S :ottlt Twtel Suits in light grey f�lor, small checks or plaids, doiible or single breastetl. Soine very nobby designs in Norfolkt. This line is a big lender at 912.00 cft. A. Slion TAOE^lN WHEAT CU^P, Supply Will bo Nearly a.V),-(liio.(Wi;� Bu,ij!m>1s U>ns Than Last Yea r .Moiitii'ul. .Inly 9-That the woi! I's H'lieii'i crop this .year will Ix- ai ' -asi atKi.fwia.fKio to bu.siu-is li>l>ir of the foreign depari mi;iit of tUu Ogii-vie Fiour Mills coiiipaiiy, who has iiist iciunuHl from a two iim r.ttis' trip abrouil in the i'olerest!) .ii his company. itererriiig to Euro|>onn crop tdr.i'i-lions, Mr. Dobcll slattsl ih,^t they ^Slowed very mixed prospecis.' Wl.ile si.'Venil importatvt cotinti-iest �i ild have better .vieM� than last yi'ui. such large producers ns Itussia iMid itoumania would show n very u.iili reduced crop comrwrriig lliem .li; last, .year." India was estima- us only likely to (4ltip 40,000,1 lO't i.nsii-els of wheat, or about half last year's export fit-iin's. Vs dia's wheat e.vpoit lin-ms a proportiim of 'IronI Hi'ilam's supply, the shorlago will lie I'l'll severely, anil iinis.'iiueiii l,v a lilioi'al ipiiiiiilily will Imve to tie el,-iev\l>:'i-(' ill .Idler lo iiiaUe up llui delieieiii I Ilia I'M'-' IMlll Folic poflpiij wore killeri\ Ont^ifio railway, LBTHBUllKJE tJBlCKET CiLUB. A team match wilt lie played on Saturday, "M�rrici-WilKcii- n�'d Senator Do \ Single,-ll'ittgfi, Lucas, Barnsli-y, Ma.V'iiard, Whitmore, Matthews, .Viis-;li�, I>ooley, l)r, Stewart. liartnn, K'ilner. O'Honnell and'" Sipinbers are renuesteil to Iw? i � the ground by 2,;�� ii.m. iottti) a coeing corps to l>e \n at the street cornars each 9un-�rtay after Ijefore and after divine .si-TVice to .'tare at the lad'ieA as they pasK niKl make delicate remarks on \ t'lti-'i- persoii a. 'iiiily in.spected aiKl their nonics. persona! apiKiaraflcc and q'uant'lty oi brains regiisteroij in a iKKik kept for 't'h't! purpose aiKl wliicli wlM be puh-li.shc'.l. 'I'd provomt a goncral ruiih a would he as wwll lo state that nine niill �>orior to that of a wi'll-biwl donke,\'; � (ii.wt'i': TO , .v will .sub-ply full infornitttion. YOCXfi VEX WAXTEB. A nunrber of |>a|)rs are insert ing tiki following ai.1. without charge;- \Vuntt 7� youitg men of nil .>4)a|^>s aiKt sizes, from the tall graceful 'daitd.v with tlx* tmHotvall.' mi.nis-t'ncho-nine on a Hide-down to a little humpliack, carroty-^KHUksl, wc�s-lod-eyed iipfitart. TheOtijeot is to IV MEMOKIAN. To the memory of KtlK>l FHxjtwood drDwiirtl In the Belly rivior, July 3, > lOOfi, (Contributedl) ^ .1 uftt a lovely sumiiiors �; ,ni i^ha'^was tOf� pure on earth to dwell. .'You?,kridw. lie knoweth what is wolt. " :A'iiwi>�t and happy child was rtiff^;: ; Alwa.VH loving., true and free. llt*t our ikmr Ix>i�d haft callwl ^^ler hoiiM. lie couki not lot her longer roam. I)(>ar ones: whom Hhc Itas left twhmd i Bo not think onr I.,nrd unkind. He lovod your little on^ no dear, ,2, } Hli.,> walkti with Him ami kmws ao:^^; ''.'Vfear. � ' � ;