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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Herald VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. TH^flSDAY. JULY 2H. 1906. NUMBER 38 lUt Us Talk Men's Clothing % Owx moiio \\m &\vii\y\ been "Ttiu best i� not to goo�1 for LethbridKe." We liuve tlio Ujat. You can aoiiiKtiuie* get to muish of a good tiling; simply lliia "We bou>�ht too heavy" we are go-\ ing to unload. Men s Suits at Cut Prices Now Listen-Metra ligl>t Tweed Huits worth $12.50and $15 ; ; clearing ut..........................................flO.OO ,  f33 only stripe Tweed Suits worth $7.00and t9.00clear. \ ing at............ ..................$5.00, while they last; \ SoflM decidtd snaps in Bnby Carringct. Ask t6 sm tWrn in ^ our Furniture DcMrtmcnt. �J.HUIrofit aad Lots.............. M5.ISf Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: niOHT HON. LORD STaATHCOHA ANU HOUHT SOYAL, O. O. M. 0. VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. SIR aaOROR A. URUMMOMU, K. O. M. C. R. a, CL0U3TON, GRMIIAI. MaNAOEII Branones and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in London, E-ngland'. Newr Vork, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafu Mid available At all poiott Id LTaited States, ICnrope and Canada lnt*r*�t kllowtfd on (ivponilii at current.ral�� Lethbridge Branch r. BEEVC S�r MITCHEU^ COMING Head ortheMlne Workers of America lie IS TO BE HiKIN SEPTEMBER Eipcctcdte AMrcssa Bii Mass Ncctinl. .John Miitclwll, piesiflent ol the Minor's Union of Aniorici aiW one of ttK! foreinoHt im-n in the laLor worl>,l wilt vi�it Let'liliririgie early in Sup-lenrtjor, pio)>aly the lUli of tho. niontfa. lie is making a tour of tlie wosi, aciqtiaint'iinc^ himnelt with the ran-ditdofls of the miners, lie will �d-dms� a big mass nieotiinK of the i^oai miners of Allx>rta whom liono. He may make nn cffoi't to ne^i -iatc with tho Coal Co. in i-cgwrd to the trouble hciv, 'but Ur. Nanton's reply to the deputation last week, warr�nits tho opinion that 'l�e will not moot with sucwss in suoh an effort . STKIKE AT TABEH. 'Troiil)lp Al Minos There Said to br Setllo.1. A Klrike is on at the Taljer coal mi>� this w�eik. It is undersitor.'d Hip union men em-plo.ved there refused to work with several non-unliMi men atwl domaniiert that 1 hay bo tllsmi.ssfxl. W. L. Hamilton, m^annger of the mine refusod to listen to the prop -osi't'ion and the union men quit work. ITp to the prc.sent the trouble hris not hei>n SfttlMl. l-ATKR-rt is iimlarstooil tlwit tho non union men in elieved that thoy had a supply of at least one million tons. RAILROAD_ACnVITY Preparatitfls for ErcctieRofCP.R. Roundhouse. T. D. Kevin is atMhority' for the statoment that the new station will likely ho occupied- by August 1st. Tho main lii�e of track it is expected will be laid by that time. Work on the new round house will he comm(tie located about ttonth west of the present C.P.R. staition and will back on Oalt St. Owing to a hiitoh in the te removed from t4Hd, a nan-ow strip of country adjacent on TiieKtlay afternoon. Windows in the east end of the city we-^-broken at�d flower Ixwls awl g�rirh?tis batlly damaged! �* . Tho IforaM has made diligint in-(quirics �um1 learns that tho only really serious damage in the country was to iho farmti of MeK>ir.>i. Owat kin and Parry south oast of tihe city. MoMt of thoir cro|i is dostroy.Hl. 'I1lie.se ^ntlemen are looked upon AS two of tiho ljt�Bt farn>ors in the cnt'irt! province but they arc plucky men and will not bo discourajiwl- by tho damwgK) they suffered on Tui'sida.%'. Fairfield Hros. wei� jn thu path of the storm, but the age tSiey sus-tainci:! was not as lieavy a.s th.7 other t*o gontlemen. D. J. Whitney also met with som;. loss. A. E. KolTar ami O. V. I^>m�>lryl; report thwt the storm businesA men and repruoentativcs of the nton on strike at the mines, thai the rom-painy would not tOnsem to confer M'ith any oftloials of the union. This �t4itomet�t Vas brought abnut by Mr. Hamilton, Spokesman for the strikers present, ileclarinK that in any negotlotions t|t�.vv wnnt�vl tbt> union olhcials incli^dod. Mr. Jfanton was f'mo.si courteous in bis reply. He Mii-d that the company had always iK'on willing to meet its men attd to di'al wiih them and it was so still: tiut it po�riivel.v and finally refused to rpcognizo the union, or to nc>gotiatc with ihe un -ion ofllciols. If any striking m>inc-r.'? were waiting in town with the idea that the comporh^' wouVd ever agroe to negwti'Ot.c with Mr. Slierman or wiith tlm imion through any of its officials, they were making a great mifttakc. The conipany had l*aii..''s attitude. It was stilt willing to do .so, though it Would not moot *!>. Sherman or arty other union ofllcial. THie comijnny would go on employing more men. awl when all their plaf^as were fSllod there would lie no om -ployment for those �Tho might w�nt to come >lMck t>lH>n. Mr. Xanton said hat the ands made by the men were fjuito unroasonnbtc and could not IKJ otcrt'Oin(or of busine.ithbridgo farm will be located about midway Ijotween horo and Coaklale on land 'donate>d hy the Irrigutfion Company, 'nmw will be unirrig\atcrimental farm en-in to Otlawa now. is ex|�ectcd hero any day 'K* DIVISIONABOtlSHED Clly�gllMt4UvcrChMitliiltN. Wt .M. P Tito city htt.s Ijcen ciii�ii;leral)ly ag'Hated Ihis. .week over a roitort that '�K" divilsion of t4ie Mou'iitvd I'olic* with hwid^juarters hoivj siiis lo i)^ �l)ol'ish*>d and that L�?til�bri'd,K.' was to 'bo matle nn outpost of Muc-leod division. Naiurall,v much in -iligno'tion was aroused over this |tro|M>soa ac-tion. 'IMie Herald leurns iihat uliis ohar>ge has been 'docjiiud upon, following out tho po.ticy of the g'ovennuK^nt tioiivove some of the ition in the noinh to posts north of I'Jdmontou. Su|M;kn>t Wilson inforuKsl the Her.t'ld that if the cimngi).' took plnco ixjlhtiri'dg'e would be not uiuoh af-l'eei'(Hl in th.? nuuvljef of the ntci^it utlKUWisc ni>t effect us, stroi>g representations will he made to tl>�> government wi the matter. A report was also ciirivix'.s.' - The w.ty a man !!ve.s. the influence of a.ssoci.itioDi, eiL"., a.o all taktu into consideration. Tiie Well fltr.sised ty;�e of jilij-s que is usually lie whose li,oint has been appoinbsd ai>�ist>anl cx>m -missioncr with charge over AI1>inNiid to be .slu'ld for the Calgary su|)erintun -dency. DEATH OF MRS. IHINC/IN With startling suddenness the .iti /ens of LethbriKlge larnfd of th' di-ailj at the C V rancho Inst Saturday mornittg of Mrs. Dimo.Tn. mother-in-law of A. .f. Mclvfan Mrs Duncan w'ith her daug^iier, Miss .(�ti Duncan, left the uei-'li 'befni;'' t.i SpCTMl a few weeks with Mr. MiLom rftt tilw ramoh. Mis. nuncnii hn^.l n l l-beon r.'>nl well liut lier condillon h.i'1 nol con.soil nn.v concoin ami it was fell the niitwift- in I'Ih^ country \va>M\ .'*t reng-then lior. On Tuewla.V las' f-tv-was talivn very ill, hoirover, .in.l f*;�n.-iil.\' �iv>w wors)? ami daa' Oiust. Mrs, Dimcan had only resido.l m lji;�tht>i-iidg� a s.hopt lime but lonj; enough to win the highe.st regar-i of tho.90 with 'whom she Ix'camo ao-(|uaint(;d. ' Sho was a mo.lol mothi-r. a woman of l>oautifiil and lovable charact.f>r an.l a .saint/.v' c)jj-i.s-iisi7i. She canio wiwt lust f.all ffdMi llam-iUon, Ont., uIktl' she liaid rcsidfil fi>r some .Nciirs iwwl hm\ ci'ilii;l lo make lii-i- iMTinaiwivt ivNi.:leiH'e hi!ro, S'Im' was 'I'i years oM nixl leave-s one ��laiiffhl't, .Miss .lejvn Duncan. m.tt'K Wr.ST I.V THK DAKOTAS NO TRLTH IN IT. Illack rust, the farmers' enemy, has a"|>|m>nred in the wheat fields near Miller, S. D., says tho .Journal, of Minneapolis. A numtoer of fal.sc a-Inrms have Ix^en on since .Tuly 1. Todoy brought tho first report ihal without reservation coul'd \ie pro nounced the real thing. >In the Vier.of CominertHs samples were seen that showed blacic rust in tin fRlvano�d stage. A. M. Nanton Denies Report Alwut A. J{. & I. Officials. Al tlie conference with hu.ir present positions. TO DISMISS CHIEF OF.POLICE. M-port was adoptod, tho chairm-tn stating that a citiicen could not ffo a^ hundred feet without running across an example of the chief's neglect of his work. ;