Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME 1 Go to the Hudson's Bay Stores for Rubber Boots and Slickers THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Capital, Reserve Fund, E. WALKER, HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ALEX. LAIRD, Gen'l BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IM THE UNITED STATI AND SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT portiuti deposit BRANCHES IN ALBERTA C'ALr.AKY LEAVINGS NANTOM STAVELY LET1IBRIDGE PINCHER CREEK STRATJ1CONA r.UMON TON _. MACLEOD PONOKA VEGREV1LLE .KIVE_R. DEER VERillLLON IXXKKAIL _ WETASKIWfN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE, MANAGER Cheery Summer News We are offering cat prices ia Ladies' tad Children's Hats, Muslins, India Linens, Ginghams. We show all the correct styles in Vestings, Swiss Spots. Etc. New Summer have made a decided hit in this line. Woite India Linen and Mull costumes from to Chamhry Suits from to Watch for them, they have a distinction all their own. FURNITURE DEPARTMENT UPSTAIRS Bank of Montreal ESTABIJSIIEI) 1817 Pro4h utf SI4JM.IM IINMM Head Office, Montrea1 HON. PRESIDENT- VICE-PRESIDENT- MR DRTJHMOVD K C. H o, -Buncoes ami Agencies at >H theprincipal points in Canada Also in London, England, New York Chicarro Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Credit and 'Commercial Credits for USQ in all paru of the.world COLLECTIONS MADE ON TAVOR ABLE TERMS on Lethbridge Branch r ittvt LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY. JUM- ANOTHER ROAD C. P. R. To Build From Portal TtltOWJ TO CITY OF if THBfiiKE i kit Ovl FrM A Ci-an-brobk dc'.sjiatdi to the son Xews .sajs: rlhc laiest louch-iiyg the activity of Uve C. in facv the threater.O'l invasion tlio Ou-at KoMii'rn ti H. tho cofisytnictioji'of a" IKJW road from Eytevan, This placx'J.s the next northwe.st of N' ji-ih t'orlal, from it new iina run direct .to LuihhrS'J.go, 9pc-niiijif up a rich twvl lortilc aiea aod cuUvng out the detour via Moooejaw vmi Hat. roavl will It is evident that -t-hc- be 'tiltimately used in lnic-niat--jaal hetvix-cn Spokane and St. Puul. It will effect, a conskterable sliorteniMg In -the journey between the -f-vo poiirtss, but cannoc -be ready for jraf- lor a long time after '.fhe fiuo 11 -is in oixjration over -s XewL 'branoli ilwj U. line. On Natural Gas at the Hal MAfOE FWiMEi TELU AMiHlt II li M Umiliig tttltr It IW Htraid. T-bc- ilorald Mayor of flat, week for an expression of his views on "munic.p al owiK-rship of no-tiiral from the iltxlleinc Hat standpoint. in reply he sent us -the following very It's AO (rouble to thow goods Coou m to tte we 'i LADV -lOUUXALISTS. Ak'Uj.bc.r.s- of Hv: I'arty That Will 'jxj Here on Satunlay, TJK? ihnniwi-is of iho CarKidiau Wo- men's Press Club w-Ill be here" on Saturday lay afiernoon. He was at nn fhc roojf of- i be new house .1. Knaufc is building- at the foot, Houn-.i street. when t-ho scaffolding collapsed an' I to frll to t-he striking- on his baeU. Br was scmmcmed. an.1 the injured man removed to t-hs .hoopita-l In the ambulance. fifs. spine Is Ladly Hurt. The Er has hopes of .his roeovorv. WHJ. BE Estimate of Population at. Early Dale. U. Rylands has retumod li'om a trip to Winnipeg. He was hei'l up for txxo fkiys at Maple Creek, ovatjf to TOO wnshout Wrnnipeg he learned trhat the work on -1'ho high level -hridae xvas romincnced -this fall. The appropria- tion fiad been by the ors. Thc'bridge xv.ill across ths river from the A. II. I. roxirxlboisse. Tt will he 300 feet high. a mile long. Mr. 3j- laixis found a very favorable >n of the future of Lethbrklgo ex- isting in -the miwls of Winnipeg ple, and the was ly ofTert-d lhat irnul.1 soon a' populn-t-ton of 10.000. aJmjst A SAD DEATH. Very Demise of Mrs. L. NT. McRwc-n. An extivmely doalh was -ha-t of Mrs. L. X. McEwen- early Monday She had hoon ill but death was not. an-ticipa-lo.1 -by and family, ond .was a'tcrnihle Uloxv. "f, mother and true -holpmoH. her h k-i vcs ''tomily wi.; a and affect ion. are three chiklren. the youngest W injj hur! n few clays old. MrsT-McEw- MI'S maiden nanVo was Mary CeciIi-i Clare. She was married rnleen years to'her. now MiishatuL Her mfKhor, Mrs. t-nd a Mrs. W. Mc.-Woo. tivo !n. ti5v ci'y" took on A to article, .should :va, rnttpajvis of re; 8Ui for an article on eipa! natural gas from Hat standpoint." if w-ill afford me pleasure i0 comj.li, your request, such an articl, will of jany beinfa LO people in -dccklinjr how they shoukJ Upproael} the, natural yt.ft proposi- t that actual figures and actual arconipjishnicnts under ownership are you ratlier Mimi historical out- line or, a epnipiUvt ion of genera.nJe-. on. ihtilhuch-taikrcl-of "mu-i icipal ownership Snftico it Jo llac we have jra1 street light- ing umk-r ownership, und we, as citfxAs, are h.ippy lM that In iS'JO gtis was fu-st found Tlia wlls weix; practically uruibesl un- til 180S, -town was sac.ir- for tile, purpose of develop- iwuiral" resources.The devel nien-t d'.y is ;n a growing con- The gas is our feature. Thu -gas is. the groundwork tor ui- dustrial'development, uhieli that Mr-ilu-inc-Hat -go into thu citio.C. ait from to fiovv itiil siial- will produce per day, unA pressure as l-.igli T-hese .wells.c-.st, a -deep.'-t level in s found in enormous quantit-ic-s r a depth.of 1.010 fcr-t. vieJl about com- plete, has a pressure .of pounds, and produces feet day Tu deep u-ell was dril- led to increase thu supply and to insure H'he system agnintt so valves, regulators, L-tc. This'xvell cost a-ljou-t Sl.70Q.-is inches in c'.i- to. bottom, and has a pros- "iire Ol "orwl feet per four shii- low wells (iOOTeot lex-el, have beon off since ihe larger ux'lls xvere found, hut are ready for service at any lime. has oxvr GOO services ihe syfatt'iii, sex-eral nwnu- faoturiivg concerns. A saving1 of ,400 per year a1- the xvaterworks pumping Kiatioti in. .Ihe. fuel-bill.-': is also n fentuiv of gas usefulness. gas rates are as follows: Winter rate. 2'JU-. per feet, summer rale. per is a -rliscoxmt of ceivLs or in- 10 days, rates practically JTJc. ore-front Gas -is foiled JVot, ow ibout (iO.OOO ,-nbfc 07.1 Drilling to l.OOOfcet nvaking the nixl -per i ,000. To_consiimers of largo tlw second mon-th feot. cubic feet per at cents ]l OOO the tluml lOO.OOO feet HC 10 cents per 1.000. Monfaonirers employing 'lO or more and having 10.000 or more in- are nt a manufac- turer's rate of ft At this raio. the woollen mills, 101 by 5fi feet, stories. power- -boiler, 110 horse -power .are'oporA-ting on ji fuel con of less -t-han SO cents day. The gas ivx-enue for amount I to rPho working c.xpens xxere The revenue for is es-t-imatod Thr first four monthly payments fear to Sl2jSOO. The nex-uniKj pays Ihe cost of opera ting t-he system, the street I (he interest oiwl sinkirvg on the t-Ot-aJ ci-iy (W.t. rate-, for oil a mo-'U'raie assessm 14 mills, xvilh n 10 per cent. >imt. or I2.r, mills. This indude-rl II rntos for r.ll The gas en-tors inio comjwtttum wii.h coal ,vt, per I CHI. ih- are .that a, complaint of six-e cost for .hea-fing or The is used in is seldom piviet'ically every house in the city A sixty candle power gas Hghtiar at a of rents pei moot h. The hill for a' Irjfntfvl store, lights, is 80 perrnon-h. jMy.oxxn whieh 21.000 cub- ic foe l of space to heat K and floral irilmfos priti IF. power 'Fairbanks f. Oliver, W. Hemlerson. G. TL day. at a cost 'of ntKl W. Morris wo i 1 o-t. the houw. -n .1 C. MoKillop pressure, n-dured -to 80 pounds 'm the liiyh line. aga-io reduc- ed to H or 'I ounces in the loxv pros- 1 tail way announced that if xvomu m r. sure lino. The latter pressur railroad from Calgsu-v TO thr.'C. F'otts, Brandon, Inspector of I'eiout lor "enerftl use or It? u i T m gnsVh-inos: A couple of oxnrt' WK C. tire alarm whittles are located lrn nat .However. "on3'Fas' ch-k-f clerk in the Caljrary the f.tcssnre line. and anv'h'ig rnihvnv m.ide a more '-definite Office, clerk of -the sale. T. Moxvn. gns. They are ,-vt, points r or 7OO xurds from the fire -ita- ion. V: Munie'tprvl "'ownership gives I'lIK KOPT.E a cham-e of participating in a good thing, xv-hich would have Homestead Inspector. ftr- h wiil.run from Calgary t'htf party n-ho were as- s. This may mean the, TT.-MV hy l-he Dominion Agent, will strike Lolhl.irfctee, }of Mr." J. W. .Martin. [The attcfniftncc'was -not very ami thefollowing gentlenwn W MTV TTO I purchasers: Harry A. Drig-gs, jc. Tho VIIT.. ii!