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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 ft:; VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, JUNE \l, 1006. 1 Go to the Hudson's Bay Stores for Rubber || Boots and Slickers THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Retervi Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO �. E. WALKER, Gtnerel Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Ant. Ccn'l M�na(w BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA. AND IN THE UNITED STATU AND ENGLAND A MMra) lanklM �utiMM IrMMrtttf. ilccMMt* may fet m4 cMtfuctofl ay mall with all Iraackat at this B*�k. * SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT l>�pu�lt� of $1 mid upward* r���lv�4. and latir�ai allowed at itMiraut rataa. Th� depositor la aub|�i;t to au deiav what-var lu- the wlilidrawal of tha whole or any portiuu or tha dcpoatl BRANCHES IN ALBERTA CAI.f.AKY LEAVINGS N ANTON STAVELV i t.AKkSIIOI.M LET1IBRIDGE PINCHER CREEK STRATJICONA MACLEOD PONOKA VEGREVILLK MKHICINE HAT RED DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN t.UMOXTOX men i:ivi:i( tVMKKAIL LETHBRIDQE BRANCH C. G. K NOURSK. MANAOER Cheery - Summer! - News - I We arc offering eat prices in Ladies' and Children's Hats. Muslins, India Linens, Ginghams. Wc show all Ike correct alylea in Vesting*, Swiss Spots, Etc. New Summer Coatumes:--We Have made a decided kit in tkia line. Woite India Linen and Mull coatumes from $4 to $8.50. Ckambry Suits from $3.50 to $7.90. Watch for them, they have a distinction all their own. I EJ. Hillr, Co FURNITURE DEPARTMENT UPSTAIRS Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital til aiid aa..... Reamed Paid........ ialaacc Prolii iad Lm�. .IIMSMm . lt.Mi.ftM MS. IS* Head Office, Montrea1 PRESIDENT: HlflMT HON. LORD STB4TH0OMA ANU MOUNT ROYAL, 0. o M 0. VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. SIR OkOKOR A. UHUMMOMO. K. p. M. o. R. i. CLOU�TQN. uf n-vcrira tho const rticilou of a now t'obil from LCtrtevnn, Assa- Tills |>lac;, Is the next �tut-io� northwest of N jrvh Portal, hikI from It the now lino will run direct to Lei hhrklgo. openiug a rich tutvd foil lie Area and culling out the detour via Mooaejnw end Mtxlkins Hat. , It is evident that the now road wilt be iiKiinately mhmJ In connection with the Spokane and. Internal tj ml hetween Spokane and St. l\�ul. It will effect a coiurkterablc shoriettiog in the Journey Ijetween the 'i�'o point*, hut cannot Ixs ready for Unfile focrutlon over the IJrow'N Ne��t liraneli and tl�e V. inuin lino. I.AHY .lOIMtNAUSTS. MeiirtviK of tlic I'nrty That Will lie lleiv on Snli'rilny. 'IMte ii>('I>iIk>i-s of the (.'anadiau Women's I'ress t'luU w'ill lie hero on Saturday niornritg ami part of the .Saturday afternoon. Thsy will h|m>iuI afternoon a* Cnrdston. The Hoand of Trade is making i.r-ran(fi'iiwiHs to entertain ^he ladie* \\-4iilo in Ijnt hi>i'Hlg\>. The party will l�f t'h�-' visMors. I'Kl.l. FIIOM WMW. Serious Accident Happened lo !;tu,.'s Sntidham. I. Sai^llvaui met �'iih an nccht'iit vrioiiR nature on Tm-Alnv nfti-rnoon. Ho was engOReil at work on M10 roof of the new house .1 Kimui'i' is building nt the foot of Hound wtr.i*t. when i'lv srnfTol.llm; si.l. sirikiiiK on his l,ar.4. Hr C-uHic.i'ti was Niiiiiin auHmlniK'i-. His spine Is I adly hurt. The l)r has k of his iN>covery. WILL S�'OX 1IR l�.tW>. l^.stioiiilo of l>'lhoi'i>ridgu was 'to I'o eonwiienred -lands found a very favorahle iuipres*-sion of tho fuiure of lA>thlH'ldg^ existing in lite utinxls of Winnipeg j^o-plo, and the prediction was frwpi-mt-ly nffeivd that l�ihbrid((ii) woukl soon have a populivtlon of 10,000. A SAD PI3ATII. Very Sudden IVinise of Mrs. I.. V. MeKwen. An extiviiir si^kl�n �d^nkiwi was a terrible blow. A ov !ng mo4hei cloa'th k*avex ..... a mother's euro and affection. TIhsinj are three children, the .vonngewt i|.�, inn but a few days old. Mrs -Mcl-'w-en's maiden name was Mary Cecili-i flare. She was married about m-v-en-ieen years 10 lief now sorrowing liusbaiid Her mother, Mrs. i's of Lothbrltl^o: lleplylog to your nvpiest. of the 8th insf., for nn nriiclc on "muni-el|�al ownership of natural gas from the Medicine Hat standpoint," if will afford me pleasure to comply with your request, if such an articl.! will be of any ben. fit to l^'tluiridRe peoplo In deckling how tbey should approach tho luvturnt prop-.i*5-tlon. I prosuine that nclual figures and actual accompliNhnienis under municipal ownership are what yind we, as iti*.">ns, are happy in thai ownership. In lM)0 gas wus first found here, Th? wells wet* praclieully unused until 18D8, when the -town was incorporated for tKe purpose of ilevelop-in>g tual.iiral rcsources.Tho devel ip- ii tent has Kv>n successful. 'Iho (i'y lo tit a pros|vrous* and growing 0011-Iit-ion. Tho gas Is our big feaMire. The ga6 Is the groundwork for Industrial development, which m>ans that Medicine Hat will go into the forefront among Allienn cities. (as -is found here nil from (I'-'-'i to 075 fi'et, in what we now e�itl siial- low wells. These wells will produce i about tto.oou cul(fr fis-i |s>r -day, nn.l will areumulute '/ a pressure as high iih i!7."> |k'iin;ls. 'l^lvi'st? wells c-.Kt. rtMiiplete. fr^tU S'-i.TIM) to �:i.uO". Drilling to 11 d|vi level in >'>l. K'as wu� found in ouormoiisi rpianlit!i>s 1 ' u depth of 1,010 feet. This weil cowl about #4..">00 complete, has a pressure of 1100 pouinls. uud produces I ,l'20,00O f,s t per day lu IP0.*> nnotlier deep well was .Iril-led to increase Ibh supply and to insure the system against accidents to valves, regulators, etc. This well cowl ii-Iiooi SI.?O0."in 0 inolKii in diameter to. bottom, and has a pressure of t',00 pounds ami pro.luo>s -,� twto.000 feet |s>i day. '11�o four sb il-low wells flOO feet level, have imvii rlostvl off since the turgor wvlls were found, bill uiv renily f�>r service 111 any time. I'lK' -town lins over (JOO s"i-v|ces on the g�s sys-iein. also several iiwnu-fuoluring concerns. A saving of HI,'10o per .\enr at tho waterworks pumping siui 11,11 111 Uie fuel bill, is also a f!* I.OOOfce! f.>r p;iMiK>nt In 10 d.iys, muking the rates practically 17Jc ami 27Jr -.vr I.ihki. To . consumers uf largo tptanllties tlto secoml liHi.iii)0 cubic feet |�'r month is sold a� l'-4 ivivts |s-r 1,000 feet. the third 1O0.000 f.vt at IO cents per 1.111)11 ...... Manftietuii'i-s .....|>loyiug 10 or more nv?n nml luivmi; SlO.OOO or more invested, are u-iw-n t;ns at u manufacturer's rate of .', |M-rl.CMHi cubic ft At this i>aie, ihe woollen mills, 101 by ."ill fts-t. three stories, h irse power boiler, llo liorso power engine, aiv (i|M-iei niK on a fuel of less i-hau SO cents pet-day. The gas revenue for 1005 amounted to $17,000 The working expanses were SI.O011. The revenue for 100(1 is est'imal'-d �:t0,000. The first four monthly payments t�rs year amounted to il2,800. The g�s iwvenuo pays the cost of operaliiu tho system, the vtri-et UghtHnti:. 1 the interest oim! sinking fund on the totfll city tili ... ton. and th" rates ore such that a. eompluint uf eMessivc c(1*�t ior ht�ivt nn opera tod at 11 >iw( of .1 ivnls per month. Tlu' li(ib-ii�vrf bill for n -vM-liglitivl drill; hi ore. using nbo'it a dozen lighis, is HO eetrts per mondi. My own Iioiih� |ier month the year rouml. My printing ol'lro plant is'opoilienrors. ftev. \. M- Ootvlon  e>- . through gos ni.Hers. atHl consumers ] tluclMl the service �t the hoiiskt, -.n I are careful nnd economical In lis use. il'ev f McKlllon ,..1 the irenve vim TU" "owirg capacity of the '.wo li.e\. t. MiKitiop at the gone. ,im ^ nftf)roxUnai(m ((kWfLdlow� attewksl lu a bo�ly. ,.,,,,,. f(s., |H,. ,lolU|,. whii,. -he ci|nsimiption for any ll%s no trouble to ahow goods Come in nnd nak to aee anything we have - Tiiele/ti I soirrHARi^f you'll find it ProfHtftlc Mr.* Onr Men's Furnishiihjs Are new, stylish, handsome tnd of fine quality. We enter to men of atyHah astes. We ahow goods that are instantly reeogniied na the correct thing. " Men's Summer Shirts Made from the best American and English percales in tho latest putlerns, soft and pleated fronts,* Prices....................................r.......... .............15c, $1.00, $1.25 ami 11.50 Fancy Half Hose (11 tuna. Macks, stripes, polka-dots, either law or omhroidortHl. Price*_____ ......35c, oOcand 60c BACK TO NATURE. We go back to Mother Nature in Semi-ready physique typea I We atudjy what a man should be-then we carcfulfy observe what habit-work, environment and disposition have made of him. Type D is the slender physique somewhat narrow chested- ammll boned and of unusual length of bone and consequently of more than ordinary height. This type is usually a wirey-active-nervous one, characterized by tireless mental activity. Type D is a type by itself. Because of the peculiar bone development-because the bones are long and slender the same , \V\Sll measurements%of such parts as collars-shoulders-breaftand waist for the different heights do not progress or diminish in the same order as do those of the other groups of types. t*""' r\ We studied the individual physiques of this class-we placed * ype special blank forms at each Semi-ready wardrobe to enable us gather all the information possible about this style of physique. We received measurements of every height of type D and from these we established the measurements upon which we tailor suits for Semi-ready type D physique. We tailor each Semi-ready suit thoroughly since we know exactly each measurement I To make absolutely sure we leave all seams with outlets and the inner work basted only. Then we alter and deliver two hours after. A. SOUTHARD Sole Agent for Semi-Ready Tailoring for Southern Alberta. Telephone 100. iivn drilled tit M-siuiiie Hut: ilthi is, Kel u Bus How iii them nil The city owns two miles of h.ijli pressure, mid ten miles to H or I ounces in the low pressure lino. The latter pivssui ecient ior general  iiHiiew,ii- um', or use in n**nr the (iriml 'IVmik I'arili-Ituilwuv amioiuiis'd thai i( wmild Mlikl � railroail from i'al|>tii'.\ �� ihi' boundary Inn ilw .-mi.-i l,m-a� u�ii was |Son,K>' IawIs. auctiotieer. awl T, C. Hot tt.Ve.l llnti.-i r. la-l u.-ek >hi> . OouglaK, chief clerk in tho Calgury Ills r.iilw.ix iii.kI- a in.ire deliiiiie , I^wl OHlcx*. clerk of the sale. 11111h 111 � i. .-Ill-Ill iii I he thai In an. Ii mhI imi iiimii Inln-ury to i'..nt i - I In- 111ii v mean the n-w ri.a-t w ill strike ljell\lirifd|;o --o-- � \it !\n-:\i' vi. t:\.\Miv Allows I ,_. . tivatest consumption for any one | imo racrosse club can nccoronicdalo month hnsMnvn und-r HO,00(t,(.oo t-leven persons on a s|>ecio| ear wn "hi" feet We have a latw reserve (heir -trip to Cratibrook and Frank fo.r |�,an,,f��,,,,,rrt,s �V fonwmefs ol Hate fm-e a.Kl a third whatever kind, ami we have the a-s- Jtaie, mu. aiM a inlta. suram-e tbat a >u\rX |,o|o" %WH ,.,ver HITS OK IATK M'�s Alex tS ;ii'd-n KiicciMls hi-, fni'i tiv-iisiuvr id tlv Pit^tiyteiian Im ' *i Itev. .1. Pitt lewis, a leading .'.u- glicau clerjiyman. of Tun.....� ..I dead II. .1. Iluii>h'ii�s, ('oliiury-has icn eK'Cl. ('and--dates who tel'o I ..'i'll ii. I'i.-mil nnd (ieriiinii, will urile on Ilii-K.- siilijeet on duly 'i,!: HMh and ll'b. These, extuni |>|1 i >es will lie lu4d at J j- IHgir�lM�thn:n, l.ouis Puftwt, Arvlvihakl .1. McLiun, IVilWum llcirderson, 'Phoiuas Mc N'u4Vb. Ixsi \'nutiglieni, HenJHO'iri II. it. Mcfinvein. (Jeorge Pa^coitU. Georg^i R. Hunter, .lohn (.room, -Ottvkl Pelletier, Antoine lli'ii.-aet, John Wright\ Rvjo Wright. Out of forty-one |iarcels offers! I'( r sale, ci^teeu w^eiv sofd- Angus Kirkland, mntutger oi tt�� Hank of Moim-oai. Toronto, U Up�4-, ;