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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOLUME 1 LETIIBRIDGE, ALBEIITA. THUBSDAY, JUNK 21, KUMBER Go to the Hudson's Boots and Slickers LIBERALS WIN Big Sweep in Nova COIttttVATWES GOT FIVE SEATS WMk tie Literals Tlree. CONTRACTS LET for the New .t P.R Buildings BOUND MOUSE AND FREIGHT MED Halifax, N.S., June 21-Iu the provincial elections the Liberali swept the country, wiiming 33' out of 08 Cumberland re- tfmed the Liberals, Work of Will mtftce At Once. A SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERY MAN Our Great National Holiday, will soon be here You will want to look vour host.on- this occasion THE CANADIAN BANK OF GC BACK FROM EDMONTON Tells About the loards of Trade Convention. C. Ives and M. Bar ford re- turned on .Saturday from the As- sociated Board of Trade Conven- tion at Edmonton. The Herald interviewed Mr. Ives as to his impressions of the con- vention "Was the Convention a success" he was asked, "A very successful Convention" he replied the various resolutions could make it, but I took the liber- The contract for the 'wiw'C.' P. R. roundhousehris been let to Mr McDiaruiid, who built tlie C. P; R roundhouse at Calgary. A Cal gary man secured the contract for the freight shed. Engineers are i M i- r. -it and you should, therefore, Imvo a now engaged surveying the J and building will be commenced .very soon. It is understood the roundhouse will erected between the present depot ami the A. R. Our immense stock of clothing affords yon tho best oppor- T; roundhouse. Tlie freight sheds tunily to satisfy your taste. Wo have summer Suits will be built .icross Bound ..Uiii ;d j ]p (1 The structure will stand about 10 feet-from the-strocH line of Baron- Norfolks in tho latest and nobbiest patterns. ess road. Wo have also Blacks. Blues, dreys, Browns. Stripes Plaids, Pin Checks, otc.. in almost endless varieties. .A SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERY MAN DAY NEW SUIT __ Ptid up Capital, Reserve Fund, Ityof statiug to the assembly that r r HEAD OFFICE, B. E. WALKER, General Manager TORONTO ALEX. LAIRD, Aut. Managw BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND BANKING BY MAIL Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of the Bank. Accounts may opened, and deposits made or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid to out-of-town accounts. unless some very tangible-results I could be seen before the next meet- not think Lethbridge would spend money on a refreaen- j tation to Prince Albert. Two days j does not give time enough, and i was decided to extend the time o future assemblies to 'How did the resolutions fron the Lethbridge Board of .Trail Notice to Subscribers. The Herald typesetting machine went out of business yesterday morning. One of the parts of the machine is broken and cannot be From Now Till the End of June We shall offer exceptional values in men's and boys' cloth- ing, as our big stock of clothing must be reduced. We replaced for three or four days. As waste no further words, but just give you a hint at Low a result' the old system of setting we arc going to do it: type by hand had tc be resorted to xr One big lot of Men s t in order that the Herald could lie _ m issued today. We are forced to hold over some interesting, items, including the proceedings of the City counc'l and an account of the visit of the lady journajists, owing to our inability to have., them set pure wool tweed Suits, worth up to to be 'cleared Another big lot of Men's fine Scotch Tweed and wor- sted Suits.' worth up to SIH.OO, to be cleared at-----S8.H5 A word to the wise is sufficient. 4L-YUESHOLM KDMONTON IXNISFAIL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA NANTON STAVELV PINCHER CREEK STRAT1ICONA PONOKA VEGREVILLE RED DEER VERMILION; LEAVINGS LETHBR1DGE MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT u p i n ti me for publication._ WETASk'iw'lN C. G. K. NOURSE. BRANCH" MANAGER Cheery News I We are offering cut prices in UuJUs' and Chadren's Hats, Muslins, India Linens, Ginghams. We ihow all the correct styles in Vestings, Siriss Spots; Etc. I New Summer Costumesr-We have made a decided hit in this line. Woite India Linen and Mullcostumes from to Chamhry Suits from ?3.50 to Watch for them, they have a distinction all their own. X Three of our resolutions, that IF, abolishing the giving of bonuses by immicipulities as inducements to industries; in pay- ment of claims by transportation companies and that transportation companies ;be required to issue shipping bills in triplicate, went tli rough .unarii niottsly and without dissent. The others were covered, by resolutions I roiir other boards. The question relating to ions and small debts was again handed to the Law A mend men ta committee who will .press these matters upon the Government." "What do you think of the north Mr. Tves was asked: 'The north is beautiful'5 he said with its hills and valleys, trees arid shrubs all in leaf and if we had the willing, wholesouled, hust- ling, friendly people here that you find in Edmonton a vast difference would be seen in our.progress. We may not be up to them at present but inside of ten years the. south will have forged a long way ahead of the north "country." CRICKET CLUB FORMED A few of the late arrivals from England's velvet lawus'with com- mendable gathered sonie crick- eters together and" organized a club with the following Hon President. lion. Dr. ,'eber.x President Gr.H. Johiiiton Vice L. M; Johnatone, Secretary. KUner, Treasurer, J H. Fleetwood, 'Captain, Hings.Committee, R. L. Vrooinan, C. H. Haitliug, A. Bariialey. Honorary members, R. B. Rev. .T.-S. Quivers, Supt. Wilson, E. H. Wilson.-E! A. Cunningham, ft. L. Vrooinan, and C. J. Eckstonn. ARE Progressive Clothes THE best of last years gar- FURNITURE DEPARTMENT UPSTAIRS COAL AT WARNER Discovery tf Goo4 Vein Made at New Town. E. R. Owen, of the O. Kerr Co., infornuxil the Herald pesiertlay coal haxl been in large near the townsite of Warner. quality. BIO SALE OF SKEEP. Petor North, the well known rancher, his en- tire flock this week. He sold the sheep to Alex. Robertson. It said the price paid for the ma- ture sheep wus and for lambs The wool was sold to E. T. Carter, of Toronto. The, deal ag- gregates Mr. North may take n trip enst but will return to .Alberta to go in- to the siicfp ranching: businew won't satisfy us now. haven't changed, but our facilities for executing them have. It has taken years to secure the best journeymen tailors in Canada, and to' train others under them, to the standard of to-day. This season's product is so far ahead of last year's that AVC could sell twice as many gar- ments if we could make them. But there are not enough tailors in who are good enough to make as now insist upon having it made. If you know a good tailor who wants work send him to us. TaTiloring For Southern Alberta new ft is of good ESTABLISHED 1817 M ftU Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: HOS. LORD STEATHCOSA AWD UOVAl VICE-PRESIDENT: WOJI. 9TH ttiOHGB A. DRUMMOBD. K. C. V. 0. 0. C. K. s. CLGU3TON. Brancnes and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada" Brancnes ana New York> Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Lettersof Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS HADE' ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts -old aT.ll.We ?olnt. i. Rurope and Canada .llow.d on deposits WON AND LOST Record Of to Lacrosse Tliis Wetk. Team CASE Presented By An Officer of the BricKmaktr'sVvm. Editor of the Heraki. you kirn! i to allow me a'in' you valuable patx-r to lay th public of Lcthbriilge the mnrs sid of the dispute now existing The lacrosse team playwl" league jtwccn the Lethbridge Brick am games-at Cranbrook- and Frank TerraCotta :his week. At Uranbrook on Mon- day thny were between by a score j ia to 1. At Frank on they fared lietter and by Every semi-Ready garment is guaranteed to be made- of perfect materials, thoroughly sponged and shrunk, sown with silk and tailored so skill fully that they will retain their shape. If each garment does not prove satisfactory on all these points the purchase money TsiSlrbe rcfunucu, a written guarantee to this effect. A. Lethbridge, Alto. Telephone 100 Secondly the directors of the Bricl- and Terra Cot! a Council also met the directors to try and settle the dispute but the Co. given'every rhance company would not to settle this dispute, by using anythin to Co.. and their late em ployees. The cause of the trouble 'burning of Gait coal'r Tuesday which has been placed on the un- by 5 to j fair list for sonw by all local 4 "They were roughly usvd at unions, also by the Trades and fair mined coal or by accepting their ownUhe that wo take the decision of the President of tho Brickmakcr's jnion'on the tiuestion. But when committee .of the late employees ict the directors of the company Cranbrook hnt it. are not. whining bor Council of this city where all local unions are represented. In the first place thete men DELEGATES TO MONTREAL could not have honestly taken any I other than- one they Tlie Alberta Methodist con- hare taken because they are mem- fercncc has elt-eied the following bersoClhe Ftxleral Union delegates to the General Conferen- 12058 and with the r V i .1 U Lethbridge Drancn F ce; Ministerial. Kevs. 0. Ker- j American Fecleratibn of Labor am C. Buchanan, Or their constitution rails upon them j J M. Harrison, and A. K. Aid- to assist in every possible way any I ridde. Lay, Aid Hunt, brolher or brothers' ll. F. Fowler, WeUskrwin, P. K. fitht Butchart, Edmonton, A. F. "j" our aro Macleod and A. B. Gushing, Cal- v 1 n L: engagett in. Now, Mr. Editor, T 'contend a good.'deal, if nok all the responsi- bility rests .with the company be- cause they have not handled this business iu a business like way, but every time they have bee.u ap- proached their very out of date JUV t i ..-t, hey to have infonnation answer has been sent to this gentlemen that would enable him to understand the posi- ion existing here. We claim that the president o? the Brick- uaker's Union should informed of the whole business that led to' this -strike before any sane man could this gentleman to give an honest decision. Had this information been sent him we were willing to abide by his decis- We also offered to go back to will burn whatever roal we like and will not Iw dictated to by any union. 'Now it is not our wish to dictate to any employers or employer oMabor as to what he shall do, but we do claim'the right to have a voice as to what the conditions shall be un- der which we work. Yours truly, J. F. Roth well. WATER MATN BURST. water main leading into Picho and Miron's premises broke and the water flowed along the north wall and gushed out at the rear, tearing away the foundation and causing a little porch to collapse. Part of a new wall Smith Bros. Wilson had just erected on the new Hudson's Bay building had to be rebuilt. Notice, ion. work, provided the company would have used fair mined coal. A com miltee from the Trades and Labor) in A Iberia. Dewar Bros., until recently newspaper publishers in Hawkes- bury, Ont.., are staying at the indsor. Thev may establish a j Win hx oue of new towiis Notice is hereby .given -that- the late firm of Ott and Bullock has been this cky dissolved by the re-- tivement of Arthur H. Bullock. The business will in future be carried on by A, Ott under his name and all persons indebted to the late firm are requested to pay the amoxints to the' nndersigi.el. Date.l Jxine .10, W, A. OTT. ;