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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOLUME 1 LfcTHBKIDGIv, ALBERT A. THfHSDAY, JULY 28, 1906. NUMBER 38 (Let Us Talk -:- Men's Clothing 9 o Our motto luiri always been "Tim best i� not to good for g. .SU.0M.eM . it.eN.Mi MS.IS9 Head Office, Montrea1 PRESIDENT: aiSHT HON. LORD HTKATHCOJIA ANU MOUNT gOVAb. HOMO. VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. SIR ttKOKUR A. UKDMMONU. K ('. M. C. K. 8. CUOUMTON. QK\Klt�l MAN.�n*ll Branones and Agencies at all the principal pointa in Canada Also in London, i ngland, New York, Chicago. Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Lettersof Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all ports of the world COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft* told avallible ji all points In United States. ICuropa and Canada lnl�r�*t kllowcd on dvpoidtn at current.rate** Lethbridge Branch - iL�EV1 MITCHELL COMING NO SURRENDER Head of the Mine Workers Definite Statement from of America Coal Company ME IS TO BE HEifflN SEPTEMBER A. M. NANTON MEETS DEPUTATION Expected to Address i Big Mass will Not ConfcT*ith the Union Meeting. Officials John Mitchell, president of Lhi.1 Miner's Union of America ami one of the foromowt men in tho labor world will visit l.ethbri.lg�! early in September, probably tin; I Mh of the. month. Ho is making n tuw �f ti willing \0 meet ltn men and to di-nl wkh t|iin ami it was so .11 ill; but it postiivrl.v awl finally ivfuxod to ri'CoKtii*'' tho union, or to negotiate with th'- union olllclols. If any striking minor-i were waiting: in town with the idea that the company wnukl ever agree to negotiate with Mr. Kiirmi>a^>/>ji iliMiil���d. W. I.. Hamiilon. munngor of the mine rfuso:| to lislon to Die prop � islt'lon and tlio union men quit work. Itp to the presold til not bo..n H.-ttlMt. I.ATF.H- It Ih timlei-Ntood that the non union men in 'th*- Ta4>er mine intend Joining M�> union and t.'i Inst week but it him been n-'t tb�d. The ilifTerence arose o\or n ivni.ife from day labor to cniitrnet Iwlior. It Ih understood that SOe , ton was ngnvyl upon as the wan' ao.1 the men wim* 'back to work. A xrcw sfiioor.. W. A. Aubin. of tho Helianee inin *>ay� npplieation he* boon iimtlo fn a school to Iho.:| pronoune.vl it exe..lllieve,| that they had a supply of at leflMt one million tons. operating Ita mine uginin, and when the time came for putting on u full fori'o, it knew veliere ii could g,.t. thi> men. If there were uny strikei'M who would not return to the mine iinle^v tho company woulil no^otinte wrth trntllile has | "nmn omt''�'K' H^n ths'se men lied better look for omployinent stiino-where else. The company had 1.! -ways in the past l�eii vllling lo meet any of its employees ami 'o sniisfy tlieili if possild^, niKl on employing more men. ivoxl when all their |ilu''.'S were filled there would tie 110 em -ploymont for those \Wio migiil want to come twek then. Mr. \ant on said that the demands made by the men were (pute unreasonable ami could not !�e entertained. Tliose prea�>nt at t!io conference were M. IWford nnd K. I'. Hylnnds. reprostml ing a numlx'r of busine.44 iiH^n ami eight strikers. V I. N'uis-mlth was also present. THIS STYLE IN THIS STYLE IN lE^XSAlA!^T811Bffl'WALK-OVER"SHOES BOXCALF..............14.00 I KANGAHOO.............I5.W) ,.., , ....... VKLOUR CALF.........I5.0U TAN RUSSIAN CALF ..$5.0U VICE CALF.............$5.00 BROWN VICE KID......$5.50 Will keep your feet contented and well droast* 1 PATENT VICE KID.....$fi.0, OTHK* BHAPKS. OTHf� STYLES IN Q*EAT VARIETY BROAD SHOES FOR HEAVY MEN LIGHT NATTY SHOES FOR LITTLE FELLOWS GOOD SHOES FOR EVERYBODY RAILROAD_ACTIVITY NEAR THE CITY Preparations for Erection of CP.R. The New Experimental Farm Will Roundhouse. T. 1>. Kevin is authority for tho statement that the new mat ion will likely be occupied by Anguxt 1st. The main lino of track it is ex|"ectel will be laid by that time. Work on the new round house will be Located The Dominion government lta� made oIlUiul uiiountutiient of tlx- es-tublishmeni of two hraneh c.X|n>rl -mental farms in Alberta. One of these will lie located at Ix'thbridge The other station will lie commenced immediately, instruct- at l^comb,- in the north, ions having arrived yesterday for the Suskatchevau has now got �u ex gravel to In* huule'l Tho round |m>rimental farm ut liivlinn Head house vill 4h> located ahotit noith The lA�thbrid;je (arm will U> loeat west of the pn^nt (.'.I'll station "d about midway Iwtwcen h r.' ami �i>d �ill back on Oall St. Coaklale on land douat.uiy. Thciv will l� the fivlglvt *e the A. ii. St T. and V. V. -VL will be removed from IheSr present location. T. O. ninckstnck. a prominent To ron to lawyer awl financier, is dead aiding exporiiiK-ntK u, |M made thi' clusties of lariuiug |ieculiar Southern Alliertu Dr. Saunders, miporiivtemient the Dominion Kx|�oriincntul farm Ottawa is exp,>cted here any day now SEVERE HAIL STORM 'K' DIVISION ABOLISHED Struck this CiijMMd Vicinity on Agitated Over Change in R. N Tuesday. W� M. P. A sovoro hail storm Ktruek ih  cit.' at>d a narrow strip of country ad juceni on TuomIu.v afternoon. Windows in the east end of the city we atfiluted this, .week over a ie|h�n that *'K" liiil)Ast uird Uui'L U*tJ*tjrr.l,i' was to )>o mutle 1111 olltpiKil of Mac Icod division Naturally much in dignaUun was iiruus>d uver uliis proposed ut'tioii. IH�o Herald leiirus that Uiis elnuxc has lieen 'ileinhxi upon, following out the policy nl iJie goVe|i||invillteiNk>iit Hi I son il>fiii'iiit�i tile Herald that if the change look pluci Ijothtiridgv would he mil uiuoli at I'oiMhhI in lb-- iiuinber 01' the uti'ii st-it lulled hoiv, t'liou^ti the ptmt here would bo ilirectmi from Much od. \'ery sti'oog fooliikg exists in giii-Ht of Macleo.1. Kvi4t UKi'e; the rhangu ini^ht otlK-rwisu not of feet us, Htrong ivpresx�nlU'lioiw w'ill lie iiuwle to tin- government on Ml. mat ter. A report was also current that Sii|h'i iuteixli'iit Wilson was to 4h� erin  temhmt toWl the HepaVd yestenluy that ho knew absolutely nothing a TVPMS K F C. Nature, plihi ItaKit i>r in-�!� i f living, are tltc b t oi' mir s\ .inn of piij-siqitc t\-|K*sl The way a dian lives, the nlliiem-e of Ii s assort iti.iii., c.i., a c tuk, n into ce tlte result f>f a sedontaty occti|)a'.iit:i - or u con iiinii ol the hliioil-it ly. I'mtn tin*coiiMriicthiiuil'tin- iMxiy, l>et:an^e cd' the rib air.iii^cmcnt, tlx .si.mi.nil i> not rontaiiud by any other than waUi �d'll  -h and skin. As the skin is an eiastic covorujf it b-'comes streiwth �>l" th" size of the abdomen is n��t regular or in proportion to the growth of thtr other j> rts of the body, the tyjws K I'" ( are {jnutped by them* rives w'th the increase t�r diminishing in size of the d ffcrenttiryansiit a prop iitiou | cculiar to 1 his j^-uup. For stout or thin men we tailor Semi-ready to the fitting sta�;et�nl\-. Kach suit U made with outlets-'he whole suit b��ti-d t ^etlier m'.ij ly. Made to fit perfectly and delivered two hours after. ySemi-rem -missioner- with ehaege over AH*et�i AsKiwant. Conunissioner Mclilreo i-> likely to 'In miperauuatod. Capt. Doano of Maple I'etvk, for merly of luiu:m nioihor-in-law of A .1 M'l>a� Mr-buncan w'ith her daug^iter. Miss den Dunenti. left the Is-fore '' speoil 11 lew wivks with Mr tlil.em at th rnnoli Mi- Imuran hivl �' > been r-al well but her niudii ion ha I . not e-.iu- country wo'ii I strengthen Iter On Tuesday las' t-ne �ai taken very ill. hovever, slid Vea.lily s"ivw woi-ho ami death ctaim-od her on Satupilay inorniiig. "r. CiH.raitli arrived at the ranch a few hours before nhe pasaxi away. Tho. remains were sent east on Monday night from Tuber to t'alu  doniu. iH'ur lluiuiitoii, Uot , where they will lv internal. Pr. titilbruith aicoiiipuui.*.! th-' tiody euNt. Mrs liuncun hwl only rosid.| m N-t)ilirnl};,- ji idiort time hm l�i�ti �noiigh to will the highest n-garl 01 those with whom shl lovnbJe cliaeai-t.-r aifi a saintly ihn-tinn S.he came �w-t hist fall ir.iin llam-lllott. Out . tih'i'e -he hii-l resHled for some year* and had th-cwLO 10 make he,- |�niia�''i�t iv�'-k>iicn hero. Sin- �;is .Ml years okl iunl leaves one 'daught.-r. Miss .Utm Huncan. K IM'ST l-V TIIIC HAKOTAS Hl.n-k rust, the farmers' enemy, ha- apiM'ttred in the wheat fields near Miller, s. P. says the .lournal, of Minneapolis. A nunWvr of falsi conference with business men an I strikers last week, A. At. Nam mi took iHi'asioi. to .U