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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 1 LfcTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THVBSDAY. JULY 10, 1906. NUMBER 37 Let lis Talk Men^s Our motto has alwaya been "The best i* not to good for Lethbridge," We have the best. You canonietunes get to mueh of a good thing; aimply this "We bouKht too h^avy" we are going to unload. Men s Suits at Cut Prices Now Listen- Meu'd light Tweed Suits worth $12.50and f 15 ^ clearing at........................................$10.00^ 33 only atripe Tweed Snita worth $7.00and t9.00ciear-� ing at...............................15.00, while they latt | SoM* decide J snaps iii Baby Carriages. Asii. to sec Ikeai in our Furniture DepartOMnt^ THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE f%\i-up CtpittI, $10,000,000. Retervt Fund, $4,m,000 HBAD OFFICE, TORONTO ^ B. WALKER, Gcnariil Manager ALEX. LAIRO, AMt. Gm'l MaMfW BBANCHBa THROUGHOUT CANAQA, AMD IN THB UNZTBD STATB8 AND BifOLAND f CALGARY CLAKESliOLM EUNOXTON' RIVEK IWISFAIL BANKINQ BY IMAIL may Iw tranaaotad by mail with aay temBoli Bank. Aooouata may b� opaaad.iaad dmpotHm or wltlubrawa by maiL Bvary att^ttoa !� Vtowa aooouata. BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS. NANTON STAVELY LETHBRIDGE PINCHER ChEEIf STRATHCQNA M.ACLEOb . PONOKA VEGREVILLE WEOICINE HAT RED DEER VERMIUON WETAsklWIN LETHBRIDQE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE. - . . MAHAOBW ELEGANCE EXCELLENCE In (very dcpartintnl of Great Northern Trains The quick, tasy, comfottable way lo SPOKANE. SEATTLE, VANCOUVER. AND ALL POJNTS EAST AND WEST Try the Oriental Limited and b� convinecd For detailed information address * H. MACBETH. Agcati Lethhridgc S. S."DXK0TA" sails from Seattle for the Orient, Sept. 2nd 8. S. "MINNESOTA': sails from Seattle for the Orient, July 26 Bank of Montreal I'STABLISHED 18t7 Carilal all paM up...................Si4.Mt.llt RtMrvedPasd...................... il.IM.IN IsisK* Profit sail Loss...... ....... M5.II* Head Office, Montrea 1' PRESIDENT: aiaiT HON. LORD STaATBOOlf A AHO MOUNT HOVAI.. O. 0 u 0 VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. aiR aaoRQB a. DauMuoNP. k: o. m. o. K, S. CLOUaTON, a>NIIH4i. MANiQSII Branonas and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in London, England, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellera' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Creditn iaaued for use in all parts of the worl4, COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts Mid.svsiUble At it pplntiiln Uulieit Siattt, Garope aad Canada Inleretl allowed on .dofioalis at current^ralea Lethbridge Branch - liX"^' MAIL SERVICE Complaints Placed Before Inspector. WILL MAKE iEoNNENOATIONS FtrAftcrMM NaM. UUcr Bmci Md Eilra NaM Clerks. A. W. Cairns, potflofUco insjtector CM Caigaiy, was in iiiw city yesior -day auct-mct thru Uoantl of Troiile iu*! ivgrard to the loinplaim.s aliout the iiwil Mcrvico. It was iniHiu very clear lo Mr. Cairnu thot IjaHthvMffi was jolting a mig'hty |ioor service /rem Calvary and intermediato |:ioint.s. It was proved by lotl*rs .d come t'hrough to Letbbrrdge on the 4.34 train, thus giving this city a direct mail. Mr. Cairns also conso�tod to re -coniniond' a mail clerk for the line .south to' Coiitts arKi also that four letiter Iwxcs h2 placed at coni'enient places at>o(il the city andotwo at the itcw union 'depot. It was also drawn to his ait'tent'ion (hat. the mail .service on 'the Crow was poor, through the C.l'.B. fait -ing ta make connections regularly at Dunmore. The local twaivl intends to take tihe matter up ami compel the C.P.K. to give a better service. Mr. Caii'ns vi.sit may result in a post office being o|>ened at No. 3. If is also understood there ' is a posMibiUty of an office being estab-Usliotl at Newlands as soon as a route through the north can be opened. whi.>reby several offices will be Served. PROTEST ENTERED? By Cr.inbrook Against Ijelhbridge liacrosse Team. As far as the local club knows, no protest has l>cen enteif�d by Cran -brook in connection with last Mon day's game, hut Mr. Sohofield o' Hnoher Creek, who is in t*ie eii,\ today, says a protest has be*n lodg ed, the charge l>eing that Letiit-ridge played men who were disxtualified. TELEPHONE Ctl.'S OFFER. At Monday night's Council! meeting the UeM IVIephone Co. offered lo suppl.v two telephonoB to the schools in e.xohango for its taxes on a threi? years conlr.iot. The council was will ing Hi the school board is willing to, pay the taxes, provided the com -pany's assessment does not exceei S3.500 at otiy time in the 3 years. A COIXiNY OF DOWIEITES. May lie Ixtentad in Southern berta. AI - F. C. Mercer and \Vm. McKonnie, of Zion City, Illinois, the headquarters of Dr. Dowie and his followers, are reg'iHtored at tlte Lethbridgo. The Herald made ivn effort 'to see them but failed. It is understood the.v are here wi'lh the object in view of wcur ing a big tract of luml to locate o colony of DowieitAS. DIIOWNED IN BOW. Oleiclieti, July- 15.-While crossing cattle at the ferry over the Dow River seven miilus south east of here today. Mvatthew Clifford, agod SO years., lost his life. Deceased was working for A. F. Joberg, who is moving his cattle from the Cerdston district to the Rod Deer, north of here, a�d when drowned was separ -atcd fronv the other tnemil>ers of the party. The cause pf the accident was the lurching of his horse in swimming water, causing him to. lose his seat, after which he swoni for a con-sidvrahle distance, but before help arrived he had sunk. TWtKtdy is not yet recovered. C. V. R. GETS THIS ROAD. The^ Canadian Northern railway company have secuivd control of the Qu'Appelle, Long Lake ,aivd Saskatchewan road, commonly known as the Prince Albert branch of the C. P. R. It is understood the Canadiaii North-erii will take over tha portioti of newly acquired road almosit imniol -lately. MISS MOOnV CAN'T COME. The waterworks dolienturc bylaw was voted ufton last Fr'Ntay and was carried unanimously hy 27 vot�s to 0. It^ received its third reading at Uonda.v night's Council meriting. Mists Ells OITero-d New Posiljoii ir> High School Department. Miss Moody, who ^as chosen for the new position as leocher in thi^ High School deparlmont, has wirsl that K*ie cannot accept ihn positi in. Miss Edith n. Ells, M. A., ff Prinkwater, Sask., who was sw.jnd choice, has:b4>en written to. S>h� is a graduate of Acadia Vnivemit}', S. 9, . ^  � NEARLV$40,000 BuHding Permits Issued in June. NEAlLir ALL ARE RBIDENCES JiMtoi a. WarckMsc Swells the filnrcs. 1%e buiMing iHTUiits issued during Juno readied almost f4O,0irH). They were as follows: . C. -Crapley, two storey frame dwelling on Crafjib St. �il,.'iUO. Sm>i>th Bros, ami Wilsuti, frame sis room cottage, with stahlc on Bom-�as St., tLSOO. Thco Odmark, two frame t;ottages on Wood St. fftOO each. N., W. .fobbing and Compony, two .storey and basement, comi-nt ti'lock and biMck warehouse, comer of Red-poth and Sihith Streets. �23,QbO. Roy Shafor, frame dwelling', irtorey and a halfT Angyhs St. fL.-iOO. Rex Virtue, 2 storey frame dwell -ing $2,500. , 'IVieo Odmark, one and a half storey, frame dwelling, 91,.500. Goo; Parryv brick dwelling, Glya St. $1,500. TYios. WtttkinA, frame, London St., �a50. W. A. Buchanan, two storey frame dwelNng, 92,000. - Ernest Downing, one an'\ a ho If storey frame dwelling, 91,500. BYLAW CARRIED. N'ot a Vote Regislerod Against Waterworks Debentures. the MET AT BANFF. .1. D. iliginbotham .\ttended Imi^i-t-ant Meeting of Druggists. J. D. HiigiiilMylhani attended a meeting of the Tt-nitoriol IHiamiacy Council at Bonn last week. It was decMtod to submit a-|>lel>isoite to the ilrt^ggists of AHierUi,and SasUatche-wan to.ascertain ia Associations, wilh the object in view of supporting a largeand well equipped college for the training of druggists. The Territorial A.s.sociation has 910-OOO on hikr,d to he devoted to college purpose**. The proposal of the a.ssociation, if adopted, it i.s hoped will bring abo'it a uniformity of educational standiird, so that if n drug gist passes exaiiiinations in one province of the Dominion, he will be nualified to practice! in any of tli.-other provinces. SERIOUS FIRE IN CRANBROOK Cranbrook, B. C,,. July 16.- The East Kootenay Luiuber : C^oi.'s pUnt was burned. 95O,0OOi~^ Fifty mon are disemployed but little in -terruption to business will occur. ST. MARY'S. (From Correspondent oi* the Borald.) Mr. A. E. Pierce is still Buffering from a painfully injured foot. Mr. W. H. Olvcr of t*ie C. p R., visitiod at Leithbridge; on Saturday. 'Hm! C.P.R. paimterH^ outfit are adding a coat of paint to ii*a ex -terior and interior of the di'P'n house. Mr. and Mrs. \. McLeod haye furnished and aro occupying, iholr coui-forlablc new hoiisi>ed st'vonl cars of stock to eastern porits t!iis week, and expeiMs to .shi  m re lot or. .1. ToUiei't of li)i.f C.P.R., has been improving li'is home with an a'idit -ion. The recent w.tiiii spell was broken on Thurs.�ay ainl Friday by much-n^-eded" raiti aw\ refreshing vimis, for which l^.allcllelN and alt are thankful. A party of Sii^iers from St.'Aluy-."iins insti>tution, Lethbridge, arcim-panioi by friends, indiilgetr i-n a outing in this vicinity, Wednesday, returning on the afternoon ti-ain. Yott Need the Gooat v^i Wc Need the MoAcy St Yom CM*I go WroftgwiltM Yo�fo CiMwiMrt > WALK-OVER FOR MEN WHO OARE TO DRESS WELL Never Mefore lias the Shoemaker's art rrauhtnl such perfection a* it hes this year. Right in the front rank yon will find "WALK-OVKR" SHOES with all that^ is new and {piod in Style, Leather and Workmanship. Their new lat^ts are simply perfect, and our aaaortment of thett in Patent Leather, Box Gnlf. Velonr Calf, Vice Calf, Vice Kid, Kangaroo, etc.. will aatonith yoa. THIS STYLE IN w�����*"��'^�^i�>i(�� THIS STYLE IN ^^Xr??ilJy?^T*^^    *WALK-OVER" SHOES BOX CALF..............$4.001 KANGAROO........... . $5.00 , ^ VELOUR.CALP. $500 * VICE CALF............. $5.00 W, 11 keep your feet con- TAN RUSSIAN c3aLF iSS BROWN VICE KID...... $5.50 tented and well dressed PATENT VICE KID.....$6.0 OTHmm 8MAPC8, OTHMm BTYLmm IN QttKAT VAmiMTY BROAD SHOks FOR HEAVY MEN LIGHT NATTY SHOES FOR LHTLE FELLOWS GOOD SHOES FOR EVERYBODY "0* TYPES Ei' G. livino-, are the ba;ui" the blood-a �i-tjeneratinn that prixlnces fat iTioreth.HI ordinarily quickly. l'>i>tTi the conijtriic'tioiti.f the body, because of the rib airan^eihent, the .stomach is not contained by any other tliaii wa'l.s of fli;sij and skin. .\.s the skin is an eiastic coverin-j it becomes stretched, and tlie abdomen Increases in size. Hecuitse of this fact, and .since the {jrowih of t!�e si/c of.tlie. abdomen i.s not regular or in proportion to the growth of the otlier p.irt,s.of the body, the types iC V (> are {jroiiped by tlieins,;lves w'tli th(* or diminishing in size f�f the dffurent organs in a proportion i eciiliar to this g^roup. For stout or thin men we tailor .Semi-ready to the fiftin-^ statjeonly. Each suit is made with outlets-the whole suit basted ti.'y;ethcr ^imply. Made to fit perfectly and (Iclivered two hours after. -Tailoriiig -- M. SOUTHKRD Haihlock, .lime 11, ia�r V. C. RICHARDS CO. Dear Sirs,-MINAKDS LINIMENT is niy'remedy for VBI.IRAI/JIA. It relieves a* on"*- A. 8. MvOONALD. I..\'rEST LOCALS. W. r. Ives goes to Cardstpn to a(-i�>iii.-l (.-ouit on Monday. H. S.Hord will build a *2r.,0O(k re.siT fleni'o at I'/diuouton. It. .S tioiirlav! tI)o well known To-roiit'o piano nmn'i^ in ibli� cKy^^^^ nuljih .'Si4>\vai't. of thic post offlco .sitaff is nn a vacation trip to the Pacific coast. Spencer McCalflr and wife leave on .Sat;iiiv)a.v. for ton: days holida.VH at. Sweet Crass. For Bal9-4 roomed coltajp? on .\i-ff.vle St. 2 lots $80t>. Half cash A. M. McQueen. Rii)Kins �how that crops niv K'lt '"g a l>e*' on I'oi'l .'Sdiv't, 2 blocks from post olllre. A. M. MiQiieen. A shipment of W. and it. .IucoIjs faficy biseries have been reported. Thieves have been en-tcrmCf hoilse-s .staii's part oi the old Hifft Ify .stand (above the Ixiolc stoif.) as n wholesale owl retail wall paiKT depot for Southern Allieria. Vai^r hnnguMs and public holi.l .M)iir orrtors till .vou �:'o ...their ail. in oiii' next issue. SeoUxl Tend<'rs anWrosscd to tin-iiivrtcrsng�od, and endorsed "Tendor for Supplying Coal for the Dominion Buildings," will be received oit this oflloe until Thurstlay, August trt, 1900, inclusively, for the supply cf Coal for the Pubhc Buildingtt throughout tho Dominion. Combiticd specification aiKl form of tender can be obtained on application at this offlce. Persons tendering are notified that : tenders will mot ho cotutiderod unlesa njBdo on the printod form supplied, and .sigitcv-l with their actual aigna-lures. Each tender must be accomponicd by an accepted cheque on a cttarter -ed bank, made payable to the order of the Honou rati lo the Minister . .of ' Public Work.s, equal to 'tenper^ rent of amount of the tcntler, wttiob' will iie forfeited if the ;:party: tendering decline to enter ioto^acotttract. when calledupon to Ktorso,, orit he fail to complete the vork coatracted for If the tender be no't accepted the cheque will ho returned. The Department does not bind it-Helf to accept the lowest or any ten-