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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 1 LLTHBR1DGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1900. NUMBER 17 i The Canadian Bank of Commerce iri-LM.) (WICK, TORONTO Paid-up^Capital, $10,000,000 Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 HON JCKO. A. COX. Prefl-'ent IV K. WA-t.lvICIt, fl:i,'l Minag-.r Al.KX f.AltlD |.V�t. Oen'l Manner 135 BRANCH IN CANADA AM) THIS UNITED STATES A general Ranking Haines.; trenstutcd. Accotifs may be opened and con* ducted hy mail with ntl branches of tills Bnuk: SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT. Deposits of $1 uoJ upwards received, and Interest allowed at current rate*. Interest added to the deposit twice hi cacti ycttr, at the end of May . and November. Tho depositor is subject to no delay whatever in tlis withdrawal of whol; cr t:ny portion cf the deposit, Letrihbdge, (Aita.,) Branch C. C. K. KOURSE, - MANAGER DR. DEVEBER IS NOW A SENATOR Popular M. LA. for Lethbridge elevated to the Senate of Canada Three Other Western Men Honored, amongst them being Peter Talbot, M.P..A Vacancy in Lethbridge. STOVES - WE HAVE LEFT A FEW �fg HEATERS AT || ROCK BOTTOM PRICES THE LEASING PLUMBERS AND STEAMF1TTERS ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN ON ALL CLASSES OF WORK. JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO csp-cUl to- t^fcrjiYd.^ Oiirtft-,,, March H.- 'I'lu' D.milnU.n ('ut>:n.t, ,n u."t?.tn ,vtsu>r�l(ly, t�U***� I lie follow-n* tippoliilliiviUit. '1 Veber's appointment Is nit unexpected. Siiirtlifrn AII>cH.a will rejoice ever his elevation to tha Bonnie. He Ih nn exl repic'ly popular mnii. highly cwt-.-'.iiiod, n true friend j of the west nnfor-nM tins ni.niiiiK tluU iii.' i11..1 Iliilf -hop would ln> in npi'r.ition in i; f.^w lays in 1 he m�iU> �nil of tin' roiiittl-ho'i!*.'. |ir. parntloiH nln -ily I eln { unilvr wni -jo plil llii- pl.v.� In r 11 li-ii n for ll:iM jmiiT"^  11 � li Ms 1 11 iiiik hiiii'ry is 1 loss mi the hiiilil n �. tthich wns- n frnuie sirmi-ure uiih n vliiel-iion roi f, will lie very liltl.-, ,s It. wr.s well jmmiiv.1 ul-�o. The in*ltl-;,lire iiilju;|i-|-k from W nnipv^,' ure exproti.-il here toinnr-row. Hi > rtiv was iliwovcr.sl ul oil flv�-iiiimil.s itfd'i' . nt.l is ih  in �ii veil- 1, aiiii,' work. A struii*; north wind whk |.|u\\ iiMi' the tiniir. rn:l W'wile lii ix 11  rertninly lis In how the fire �i\;5.IS9 ' Head Office, Montrea' 1.1 11 Lotfj snu't!! ndjolnlng bttihttn^M. One of t'.i! wittiir tanki� became Ignited, iiiit ih- tlr.ninRe to it W1.11 not heavy , ixieonio'.uve So. 20, recrtttly r.' pnir.Ml nt�l put in cxcoMcA our',-tiott. wan in tlu mmh'ite hi op ami i-ouUI not lie takdi out. Jt wan dam i:Rfo. The Extra Pair No ere man ever hat tco intny pairs I Trousers, but this store has more than it should f have just new. They're all new goods, modelled on correct lines and made up from regular trouserings,; Never before have we had so many sterling values 31 is trustworthy fabrics and wide variety of tasty pat- ; > terns, and only the overstock is responsible for the \ \ special prices we have marked on them in order to sell them rapidly. We Can Give You Just what You 1 Want, either keady-to-Wear or Made-to-Order. K. SOUTHKRDl I' ] i - -A ^ u i 1 MINERS GO OUT ON STRIKE AT ONCE. A ntiin', town >�*" Shi rniiiii hl-iv W,|S ,.c of union iillU'trhi w.me Ij .iil.t*. unionist ilteiii II. ,,( l-Vriiie. Their nrrival Iooai'iI iipnii un MRitilliHintj. At it  tl^.-t ill { iii tile lllllh'I'H tills iiioiniiiK. the ih-rlsuin �us reachj.l ti (.'o on strike rt �.ni-e. The unit will i.;ke their tools out tomorrow. The Company would not yield \o the ileinaml" ol the union. LETHBRIDGE GETS IT Experimental Farm for Southern Alberta. trivial to the I lend.I.) Oiiiiwit, Mnivh H-\Se nr.* lufortitisd on ii'IIuMe tiulhor'ity lliit t*-,. IV-i'url im ul m' Agrieuli ure Inn dV.ded to i >t:ih|jsli nil e\p.'riiiieiil.'.l farm for Sotltlietil AUerln m Lethliriilje. It will ho lotMled uhout ilnv.i-lu,,'� " formed ke'V yeMtei'duy. M. B. SCOn IN GOAL Serious Charge Against Tiber Nat heard today. Milton It. Siol l, treasurer of tliM nitty follow. Srott is on trial tod.ty. ||e is well known in Ih foutli country, lie w�s hroii),ht t,i town yis'.erdtiy mid taken to thu Imrrai'ks trc! 4i 1 SET OF HARNE NGLE Snap $10 KHKVCII I'llKMlKIl HBSK1XS (Spuiid l" t'1  Herald ) Paris. Mai-ell H - 1 reiuel- llouvier. of Krnniv has ri-sinnnl. owint to un ndvers- Vi'te. nillt CS CLAIM HISAI.UOWKP (Speeinl to the Herald.) t >�000 A. Macdonald 8c Co General Merchants, Lethbridge  ��� o True Business Principles! BUY AND SELL FOR CASH I s On account of the keen competition from Winnipeg to the Rockies  and in the best interests of all concerned, A. Macdonald 6* Co. will, on and ^ J after the 1st of April next, sell for cash only. ^ Prices Will be Reasonable I For Convenience of Ranchers special arrangements can be made. {All accounts must be paid by 31st March next 4 Aid). OI.IVKIt IS MKMKKK Ol coirtB Im for the loc- t f> A. EASTON & CO. (SC.HMANY SATlSKIIfl). (Special to ih ' Hi i'aI'I i London. Kin'. Mnivh 8-Oeriimny hns expi(s�d s.ti�f.-ieti,n with police wsjultillt.n-* i� Merocro. nnd the conforoni-e will end sjttislactoiily. l-'Ahiiuiiton, March H.-*| h  liave disullowcd Iiuliui's cl. the Pence Hiver fuit, s.,> n ; al legislnturo niiiHt decide. �-o-- PnOTF.STS IN SASKATCHRWAN.J (Special to tho UurcKI. liesina. March 8.-rroteBUt teen hied in SafVaUchcwan against Sutherland (Sankateon). Hon. J. Cahler iiml Hon. J. II. Lamotit, Iih-m-ol�. and Wylie, Muplo Creek, Ccn-'jrvalive, OtlwiH will follow. 1 Garden Flower Seeds! Wo htive ti very largo assortment \ml up by the veiy bust (irmn na fellows- Steele Brigga Soed Co., Toronto; D. M.Firry & Co., Detroit; A. B. Mclvoi v.'a & Co., Brautlou. Wo would udvise un earlv scloct'on; also leave your onlors forOaiou Bet a TltlAI, ML'ST PHOCKKD. (Special to th� lli't'uld.) Wililtipu^. Mun'h 8.-'I hs' court; It.ivo KWnpi nwny prelin/nnr.v olijre-tloiis to piuUKts in liiui'.dDii, l-i�-�ur. Portage la t'r.iiiia and H.dl.irk elccticns for the Ouiuiuii n ||ou�%. OHANC.K PAI'KR AFTEH ROBldN lloXOH FOR CANADIAN'. Aid. Oliver' mid C It. liowiniill have lieen at tending ih,. nu^.t.iiK of 4ho Alherlii union of inunicipulil ies nt Calgary. Mr.- IK'ivrr wus elected member of the executive. Mayor F.m-crson, of Calgary, is the fust presi-ditiL of the union; K Miulniur, | Kwl Deer, vice-president; ( 1: s. McMillan, Culinary. s.xMvtary-t reitHiirer. This union will liold i.u iiial iiuvt-ill^s. The fi^'s, were fixed us follows: | Cities ami rural municipalities, $'2 for every tlt:itis:.nd of |jopiilal ion, lit no case to he more thnn Sl*�>, nor less thn ii $1It til he held nt such plate n� shall l Wll'.i in- I SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO | rsre� (Special to the ilir.dd.) Li.ndon, 'Knjj., March S.~Herman j R. (Irwtiwoiid.'M.P.-fnr Voie, a in'-, ivc of Whitby, dtud;,. has Ixwii op.; &'*"'x .Hu}*te[ pointed pai'liamentary t/ettv-tary' to Winslin Chureloll. I ni r Secretary of State. (SrKcial to rho lfcraM.) !,, ft lwldt,t of oM9 inlln,,ip ...ty i,.. Winaipepr, March 8,-Tho Orange coming n chartfe upon another m llanner. organ of tho Or^n.o Order, clpalliy by temp, r.uy i ' iimke , significant utterance, imput- nnmielpality of which h nig Hie reftiKal of Winnipeg m.in-'ir-i uhall become to intrmli.ee eqmV'If'Ory ediieal'ion uittintenniice legiblation to w (has been forn*Jf ' betveen Preiiiier oll the llohliu and tho Cliurch of Home. n rural district, his uiainUciumv lie The Oran.,0 (Irand l.od^e is meet- t.0mo a c-liarijo upon, tho provincial in* Iftday. Argue, M. L. A , the goVfi-iuiunl- in his ad.lro�� con- That a t:nlform municipal act ba ' denin s| the autonomy bills, and pre- pasn.-d, hut that cities mid towns [dieted the downfall of iho lutuiler |,0 nUo\ved to apply Ooveriuornt. ih.utois varyinj the. piwisicns TERltlBLE LOSS OF LIFE. San Fransisco, March 5.-News has been hroufelit hjre by vessels that on� hundred thousand pooplc have perished and $i5,000.000 worth of property Imb bi>on destroyed by the most debt rue t-ivo cyclone over experienced in the Society anil Tuunota Islands, which occurred on Fe ritary 7 and b. The d.inmce in Tapiti �l was $1,- ooo.ooo. --o--- TIOIPLKMAN WON. (Special to the Herald.) Oitnwn. Maid) 8.-Tho apoach front tha Tlirone announce!) no tariff changca . lnut usk� for change in tho fiscal year to March'111. Tt* intimates n now forestry policy. � . o DU. OSLKll FOH TOUOKTO. It wns said in Toreiito tlut Dr. William Osier wilt be made head of Toronto Cniversity Medical School, and dean of the new million-dollar hospital. This would neci^sitato lia leaving Oxford. Another pliaso of the rumor says that he will be made presitkn' o. Toronto I'ntvoiVity Itself. i. �� O " UHICli ELECTED IN peace nrvta Athabasca Landing, Murch 1, H.1 ' tut ning Ofllcer McLeod haa Judti 11� rtved from Peace Hiver, mid en-neuiiccs Mr. Urlck elected fir i-ju-a Rivor district by a majority of *2 Yin >rt'i. Murch �.-TunpLfmun was returned with a rtmaway majority over Deckwith (Ctit.) and Marcon (Socialist) CALOAItY WANT� V. 8. CONS! L. r- -------- ........... , .,, ,.|.,,vou')- ^otwiiw. Vote, Templeman, 15SI; twecn ihat mi ulliam-e fJisent peracn becoming a cl^o u,, Marcon. 309 between Premier (,u the munlciimltty l.e a lodtlent of  Cftl(�ury Is figiTinB on luv.'n; > S. consular ugent th-ro. There is but i lie roprosat ti* tlu� United States Goveriimnit Winttipog and Vancouver separate i I e- C. 357; Marcon, 309. Thj U. Bowman, of 'Leth' ridt,�, is tit content is significant as tho Proven- man. Lethfirid^e has held tho flrw-rial Oovernment proflpitaUd tho placo at Washington s'nte the ol) fight. ^ayti, when Fort Uenlou was tlu nearest shippnj: point. Emery II. Hejd, whd settload. lie was the faUicr-iu-law c.f Hon. Waller t'lrtt- Dluo Slono mid Fvriua.Un^ JohnBlon's Dr.ug Store. , 'r..i" ;