Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
THe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1900. NUMBER 3B ���000�0# i Go to the Hudson's Bay Stores for Rubber Boots and Slickers LIBERALS WIN Big Sweep in Nova Scotia CONSERVATIVES GOT FIVE SEATS While the Liberals Three. Won Thirty CONTRACTS LET For the New C. P. R. Buildings ROUND HOUSE AND FREIGHT SHED Halifax, N. S.. June 21-Iu the provincial elections the Liberals swept the country, winning 33 out of l\H scats. Cumberland wil re-deemed Ity the Liberals. BACK FROM EDMONTON W.C. Ives Tells About the Boirds of Trade Convention. Work of Construction Will mence At Once. Com- A SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERY MAN LOUTH THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE raid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,800,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO B. C. WALKER. General MiiMfer ALEX. LAIRD, Ami. Om'l MaitAgar BRAM0HI8 THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNXTSD 8TATR8 AND BNOLAND BANKING BY MAIL ___i may b� traaaaetod by mail with any branoh of tha Bank. Aeeouata may ba opened, and depoeite mad* or withdrawn by mail. Ivory attoatioa la paid to out-of-town aocounU. i\m.i;akv i lakksiioi.m r'.dmonton Hir.lt KIVKU in.msfail BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON STAVKLV LETHBRIDGE PINCHER CREEK STRATIICONA MACLEOD PONOKA VEGREVILLE MKDICINE HAT RED DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH _C. ii. K. NOURSE. - MAHAOER Cheery - Summer - News - We are ottering cut prices in Ladies' and Children'* Halt, Muslins, India Linens, Ginghams. We show all the correct styles in Vestingt, Swiss Spoil. Ete. Neijr Summer Costumes:-We have made a decided nil in this line. Woite India Linen and Mull costumes from $4 to $8.50. Chambry Suits from $3.50 to $7.50. Watch for them, they have a distinction all their own. J. Hum Co FURNITURE DEPARTMENT UPSTAIRS W. C. Ives unil M. Harford re-turned on Saturday from tins Associate! Board of Trade Conven-tion at Edmonton. The Herald interviewed Mr. Tves as to his impressions of the convention. "Wns the Convention a success" he was naked, "A very successful Convention" he replied "so far^as the various resolutions could make it, but I took the liberty of stating to the assembly that unless some very tangible results could be seen before the next meeting I did not think Lethbridge would spend money on a re|-re*en-totion to Prince Albert. Two days does not give time enough, and it I was decided to extend the time of I future assemblies to three days' 'How did the resolutions from I the Lethbridge Boanl of Trade I fare?" Three of our '.^solutions, that in, [abolishing the giving of bonuses by municip'jlities as inducements to industries; the delay in payment of claims by transportation companies and that transportation companies be required to issue shipping bills in triplicate, went through unanimously and without dissent. The others were covered I by resolutions from other boards. The question relating to exemptions and small debts was again e .A SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERY MAN DAY _ Our Great National Holiday, will soon be here You will want to look your best on this occasion and you should, therefore, have a A NEW SUIT Our immense stock of clothing affords yon the best opportunity to satisfy your taste. We have light summer Suits u great vnriety, made in single and also double! breasted styles; also Xorfnlks in the latest and nobbiest patterns. We have also Blacks, Blues, dreys. Browns. Stripes Plaids. Pin Checks, etc.. in almost endless varieties. From Now Till the End of June We shall offer exceptional values in men's and boys' clothing, as our big stock of clothing must Ik* reduced. We waste no further words, but just give yon a hint nt how we are going to do it: One big lot of Men's fine pure wool tweed Suits, worth up to SUM*), to Im� cleared at____ ...............*i>.8o Another big lot of Men's line Scotch Tweed and worsted Suits, worth up to 8l't.~>0, to be cleared at.... $H.X"i A word to the wise is sufficient. proper (IW}�%Mt� WE. ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR CRICKET CLUB FORMED A few of the late arrivals from England's velvet lawns with com meudablv zeal gathered some cricketers together and organized a club with the following officers: Hon. President. Hon. Dr. DeVebor. President U.H. Johnston Vice president, L. M. Johnstone, Secretary, H.G. Kilner, Treasurer, J. H. Fleetwood. Captain, A. W. Hings.Committee, R. V. Mayoard, chairman. II L. Vrooman, C. H. Harding, A. Barnaley. Honoraiy members. Capt. R. B. Ddane, Rev. .1. S. Chivers, Supt. Wilson, E. H. Wilson. E. A. Cunningham, d. L. Vrooman, and C. J. Eukstoriu. Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all aiM as RtstrvciFaai... Balaacc Profit .$I4,NMM . lt.Mt.MM *5,IW Head Office, Montrea1 PRESIDENT: aiOHT HON. LORD 8tsathcoma AND MOUNT uovai., a 0. m 0. VICE-PRESIDENT: hon. sin aaoaoa a. drummomd. k. c. m. n. M. �. ouju8ton. GtNCIItl. MA�UDtH Brancnes and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in London, England, New York, Chicayo, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Ciroular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits -> issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft! aoU! available 41 all )>olnu to Untied States, Kurope and Canada Interest allowed on deposit* el currentJrale* Lethbridge Branch - !, |i. r. REEVE �nager COAL ATJMRNER | Discovery tf Good Vein Hade t New Town. R. H.Owen, of theO. W. Kerr Co.. informed the Herald pesterday lhat coal had lieen disco* id in large quantities uear the new townsite of Warner, it is of good quality- Bid SALE OF SHEEP. Peter North, the well known sheep rancher, disposed of his en-tire flock this week. He sold the sheep to Ah'X. Robertson. It is said the price paid for the mature sheep was 14 and for lambs S2.50. The wool was sold to E. T. Carter, of Toronto. The deal aggregates aliout &j0.( 01. Mr. North may taken trip e-tweeu the Lethbridge Brick and Terra Cotta Co. and their late employees. The cause of the trouble in tl�' "burning of Oalt coal" which has been placed on the un- SOUTHARD Lethbridge. Alba. Telephone 100 4. They were roughly used at Cranbrook but are not whining aliout it. DELEGATES TO MONTREAL The Alberta Methodist conference has elected the following delegates to the General Conference; Ministerial, Revs. G. W. Ker-jby.T.C. Buchanan. Dr Riddell, unions, also by the Trades and Labor Council of this city whore all local unions are represented, Iu the first place these men could not have honestly taken any other course than the one they have taken because they are mem-burs of the Federal Labor I'liion 120f�8 and are affiliated with the American Federation of Labor and their constitution calls upon them JJM. Harrison, and A. R. Aid-' to assist in every possible way any 'riddo. Lay, Aid Hunt, Calgary, brolher or brothers eugatfd in a ! J. F. Fowler, Wetaskrwin, P. K>;Qght ttSaiusi organized capital, | Butt-hart, Edmontou, A. F. Grady, , P.KXJ. W. A. OTT.