Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 18

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Herald ____ VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY. MARCH 22, 190G. NUMBERH2tfM" The Removal Sale is now in full swing. There are manyi new lines for spring which it: is desirable to clear out at i once before removal. HUDSON'S BAY CO. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO 5J. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIUD, Asst. GenI Managei BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A general Banking kHtineit Irtnsieted. Accounts may bo opened and conducted by mail with all branches of this Bank. � SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposit-t of $1 nnd upwards received, and interest a'lowcd at current rates. The depositor is subject to no delay what* ever iu the withdrawal of tlie whole or auy portiou of the deposit CAUiAllY CLARE-SHOLM I'.OMONTON HIGH RIVER 1NM.SFAIL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS ' NANTON STAVELV LETHBRIDGE PINCUER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD rONOKA VEGREVILLE MEDiCI.NE HAT RED DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C G. K. NOURSE. MANAGER WE HAVE LEFT A FEW . HEATERS AT RCX3C BOTTOM PRICES II THE LEADING PLUMBERS AND STEAMFITTERS | ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN ON ALL CLASSES OF WORK. JOB-BING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Rick (, Olaktly t: in OtI ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all piid up...................$U,OM.0�O ReMrved Faad...................... IO,�Qe,eoO Balaace Profit and Loss......... M5,I59 Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: RIORT HOK. LOnO STRA^HCOIA AND:M0UNT BOVAt, G. C. M. 0. VICE-PRESIDENT; HOH.;siB OKOBOK>. DEUMMOJID, K. C. M. C. E. S, CL0U8TON,1Gknbii*i. MAX.iCEii Branches and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in Liondon, Eingland, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADEON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafta aeld itrallabi* at all pointe In Uaitetl Statea, Europe and Canada Int*r�*t llowwd on dvpoaltaal currentIratea Lethbriage Branch - lilLJi^r^ i. J. HILL TO BUILD TO EDMONTON Lethbridge Should Get After Him and Have New Road Strike This City. Victoria, B. C. Man Appointed to tiie Senate-Debate on Address i Edmonton Concluded-Commission on Beet Su^ar. (Spocinls to the Herald.) St. I'atil, March 22.-J. J. Hill will biiiUl 3,00 miles of railroad in the Canadian West. A lino will be hiiilt from Havre to 'lOdmonton, 400 miles long, and a liranch to Calgary. Ottawa, jrarch 22.-The flr.st gov-crnmient .caucu.s ,at Ottt^'.va di.scns.sed the indemnity pensions and (he Lord's IDay Act. The Conservatives also held a caucus. C!eo. Riley, ex-M. P., of Victoria, B. C, has l)een appointed to the Senate. Ifon. Frank Oliver, in the IToii.so of Commons, e.vplained the land grant secured by the Saskatchewan Land Company. They .secured patents for 142,809 acres. U. Li. Borden's election bill was' sont to a s)>ocial committee. out a vote being taken. Moore, Puffer, McCauley, jMrKenzie, Boylo and W.Qolf made short speeches. J? T Moore denied ho was not in accord with the Government. .T. W. Woolf and Deputy Minister of .Vgriciilturo Harcourt were appointed a committee to investigate the beet sugar industry. They leave for the south tomorrow. Kegina, March 22.-'Jho (J. T. V. is negotiating for a station site and street railway franchise in Itegina. Edmonton, March 22.-The deljal^o on the addi-ess closed toda.y . wilh- Kdm'onton, March 22.-Senators Talbot and ])e Vebcr will atteml the TUithorford banquet at Strathcona tomorrow night. Calgary Jfarch 22.-.\ thousand home- .seekers left St. I'aul for Alberta today. St. Petersburg, March 22.-Uussian Oovern'inent will relniild its navy at a cost of 100,000,000. Winnipeg, Afarch 22.-The C. P. R. will raise the price of lands adjacent to the a. T. P. iWl C. N. R. to twont.v dollars an acre. This is a retaliator,v measure against those companies for paralleling its .system. Political Gossip. The Con.scrvatives meet tomorrow night to decide whether ihoy will place a candidate in the field or not. The names of W. C. Ives and Dr. Stewart are still mentioned in connection with the nomination, but (here are ruinois that a man may not bo placed in the field. The Herald inidersliinds ,1, .1. Young, of the llalgary Jlorald, was olVered the nomination. The Kdinontoii Bulletin interviewed jMi'. Young about the matter, and he slatetl that aside from an article pul)lished in tlic Kegina Standard, and published in the Calgary Alhertan, he.had heard nothing of the matter, 'and so far ho had not been consulted. Jlo said- that there was no swerving in his allegiance to the Conservative piirt.v, but that he was out of poiiiled at each place whore a process issuer is api>ointed to servo all [iroces.s'. Tiiat service of process may bo made l)y leaving the same at the resjdcnct; of the person to be served with some grown-up mcmljer of the faniil.%'. That an appeal in all cases be from ihe decision of the clerk to the judge of tiio saiue district. That the necessary disbursements iueurred l)y the clerk for trovelling ami hotel bo paid by the government of the I'rritories, and that to meet tliis a fee of $1 bo payable by the plaintirt in the first instance, which lee .sliall form part of the costs taxable against the losing party. Commercial cases: Thot in commercial ca.ses special provision should bo nmde for a less expensive and -nore speudj' procedure than i res ent in vogire. The court should be charged with the duty of forwarding liligalioii. - ^ . � it is not likely the Legislature will deal with law ameuduients at the present. session, but it is likely a judicial coiuinittee will bu appointed -one of the suggestions of the dcpu-lation-during the present session which would later sit at Calgary, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge and Red r)oi>r for the discussion of proposed legal ameiuliuonts. Representatives of couiuKiii'ial bodies, live stock as-.soeiatioiis. mill individuals will be invited to uliend these sittings and communiiuie ilieir views to the committee. ---o-. ^ Mr. Railroad If we can get a pair of Headlight - Union Made - Over On you once, you will never afterward be satisfied to wear any other kind. A complete range of styles and sizes now in stoclnt., oil August 4th, 1860. He was educated at ilio fiublic school in London, anrl for a while carried on the hardware business in that city, lie came west in 1.898, and located in Cochrane, a village- forty miles om RanIT, where he has resided since, lie carries on a general store business there, and is considered to be one of the most far-seeing busi-, noss inen in the Province. In 190H he was elected to the Northwest As-.sendjly to till the vacancy caused by the appointment of Hon. A. L. Sif-ton to the Bench. In the election for the .Assenjbly for the nevi Province, he defeated Dr. llrett, who was looked upon us the probable leader ol the Conservative party. Ho is major of tho 15th Light Horse, the regiment newly organized in Southern''Alberta. Dominion nomination against M. Mackenzie, of Mncleod, in 1�04. Jle acted as Liberal organizer for South Alberta in tho lust Provincial elections, and tho best tribute that can be paid to his work in this capacity is to say !l>it. e��ry si-iro was carried for tho Gov.�r'.imu it. W, C. Sinunons. Liberal eandir date for Lethbridge; is n native of Arran township, Ur'uco County, whore nearly every man is a -^Scotchman and Presbyterian. His early education was received at tho public schools there. Later he attended the Collingwood and Owen Sound Collegiate Institutes, after which he taught school in Ijis home count.v for a time. lie then took a cour.so at tho Normal School, and liccame principal of the Public and Model Schools at Chatham. In LSOo he be-(^ame princiiml of the Lethbriilge public school, holding that position until 18V�i>, when iie went to Calgary to stiid.v law in tlie odleo of Long-heed and lleiinett. In ItJOO he began the � practice of his profession at Cardstoii, where he still hasTrn ot-/Ice. lie openeil niv odice hero in 190'1, nji during the .time., that' tlttjfiftiyfilvil' ' n iiy city � (Jioro wore' faw 'diiatha,'-' ani'ti^^ ho b(d)�ived,th�� reason.tt^t Ood*" wn.s Kiving.'.Binnv-rs, ft,,i5hoivw;to,^nf-r pent. : Hu furthctC , *iHl*n^'ttihki' dofttha would i^oXiam- t%0mi^Mm. ;