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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe VOLUME 1 MARCH NUMBER We Find we are with Canned Corn Before Moving we Offer tikit per case of 2 dozen OK in five case lots HUDSONS BAY QUIET Over Three Hundred Men on Parade BEFORE THE HOUSE OF COMMONS Labor Member asks Questions About THE CAN ADI AN BANK OF COMMERCE Paidup Reserve HEAD TORONTO General Manager Genl Manager BRANCHES THROUGHOUT AND IN THE UNIT3D STATES AND ENGLAND All is peace and quiet at Tho strikeis aie acting a very orderly As a matter of tatt strangers coming to uouid unable to detect u as out wardly all is Tuesday after noon fully j2r jmneih marched around the the purpose be ing to citizens lhat all the miners were as reports had circulated that a lot of them had gone back to A notice was posted at Tabor mines this sayingthai after April the union men would not work wiili nonunion THEY LOST MONEY Insurance Directors ing in REVELATIONS MADE AT OTTAWA NewYork Lift Director it infer Special to the insurance today complained to the commission tliat eiiiostions in cir cular issued arc ambiguous ami dif ficult to Investigation was revealing the fact directors of Life had been caught speculating in authorised awl had been compelled to icfund S 10 the They had and had lost in one deal in Dominion BANKING BY MAIL Business may be transacted by mall with any branch of the Accounts may be and deposits made or withdrawn by Every attention is paid to outoftown In ihe llousti of Mr tho Labyr moinljfr forMais made the following in quiries about iho Lclhljridge trouble March lias the attention of the Government boon drawn lo the following appearing the Ot tawa Citixcii on 20th 1900 Ittarch Great despatch says the strike of the coal at has caused the Dominion Government to render The Northwest Mounted Police have placed in control of the martial law This action appears to have irritated the miners still fur and the fear grave dis More than mem bers Of the on rand thcic still aie 100 at undtc police These men arc greeted daily by volleys of snowballs and stones as go to district president of the isays the strike may be extended to other coal mines in Al Ijerta ami British tmless an agi cement is Many smaler towns in Alberta are now the verge of coal All shipments to outside points liuc been Fred Controllei of Mounted Kcing March VicePresi dent of the New York ur rested today the insti gation 01 District Attorney Jerome for complicity in says his arrest is CALGARY dLAKESIIOLM RIVER I BRANCHES IN ALBERTA NANTON STAVELV PINGHER CREEK STRATIICOXA TONOKA YECREVILLE RED DEER VERMILION LEAVINGS LET 51 BRIDGE MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT Special to the 0 Marcfr ihe foregoing statcJL 1 rampant ami murder and FOR FORE 10 X Special to the March Presby terians have over to frmicrn missions YOT AS BAT AS Special to the To March first vote in Ontario Legislature gave gov ernment opposition HVNK Special to the HcraUlj Smith March managerof Union Bank 1ms ANARCHY See the Shape and Stifle AND SELECT THE ONE YOU You are anxious to have a hatthafc f is fashionable and will give you See Southard LETHBRIDGE BRANCH MANAGER BRASS GOODS Fait banks and v Gate and Check all kept in Stewart Stoves Ranges Are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction We also carry a couiplete stock of and Supplies lakdy that the strike going on for some and 1hat mourftcd in the course of their regular had been em ployed to preserve law order at cite Alxoilt HOO were on and there was danger of xhpir attempting to prevent the owners from working the fans and and thereby pre venting the working of the which hfing operated by non union The mounted tnfonxxl by membei s of thu force from other were on hand to prevent the destruction of property and protect the persons of the men who wcie at The police in that rogion are up to the ways of and anticipate they may attempt tjkcause damage or intimi date the vxoikcis by the use of bombs or Up to the pres the police with v their wellknown have boon to law nud What nuthorrty had White to make the statements credit ed to him in ihe above Upon what information were tho statements based What disorder occurred in the mstrict would jus tify the interference of the mounted police Who requested the hrlp of the mounted police What authority hud White for that ithc min ers may attempt to cause or intimidate the workers the use of bombs or dynnmite Has correspomtence passed between any department of the Goy trnment andany or cor poration upon the subject icrv occur suicum IS rob Spediil t ilaich com encffl at anU Plowing is general throughout Cen tra i A o HILLS 3N THE They are Hats with Excellency jf And all the men who wear them say they get the worth of the jnoney they spend for their We make a strong showing of correct novelties for spring and sizes now m AD Do it We are the Hatters SOUTHMR j Macdonald General Lethbtidge True Business Principles Special to u Hill is not cixdited here with nearly so for Canadian inva sioii as is rumored out ojrrntions be His MAY to ll that J is stated will attempt to claim Prince Albert scat when the House but such is to legally On account of ihe keea from Winnipeg to the Rockies and in the best interests of all Macdonald on and after the 1st of April sell for cash Prices Will be Reasonable For Convenience of Ranchers special can be vOT KXOKOM to the lleruld The Salvation Army cannot secure enough accom1 modation for all the emigrants de o to Cnnnda under their All accounts must be paid by 31 st March next The Pioneer Mercantile Establishment with toDate Methods 4 J Selling for Cash we are able to fill your orders at the Very lowest price that I goods can be sold We handle the choicest Groceries in the the Ames riolden Boots and Stanfields Tookes Gents Hall fr Mitts aud Peck Dry Goods f from the lest houses in Canada also by direct Flit 13 AT M Montreal ED 1817 JNT v principal points in Canada rfoundland lit and Commercial Credits Irts of the FAVORABLE TERMS Earopc and at ItCVE Manager Tiie Winnipeg Free Press as follows Conditions arising out of of miners at the Call voal mines bring for cibly home to observer that there are but three tho the laborers and ihu Thetowns lo such as depend on the On It mines for The pres ence of such local centres which take Their supply on a dayloday basis on of their proximity shows that such places may suffer jnoro iicurely from an fnterruption ot supply than larpc centres to which several of fuel supply may he are other mines on the Crows XestKail way both east and west of Lothbridgc a new accession of demand cai seldom be immediately owing to previous ordersami contracts ami the impossibility of ouick of supply of both conl or centralisation of coal tligging oporattons is a mat ter of public economy under right but by kind oi in interests the interfering with which is a public pears lo be a most simple and ob vious sate function to prevent pub ic inconvenience or hardship from abnormal unsettling of tho work of supplying necessary Provision for arbitral ion between two of parties is nsunlly even with rospect to the two inter ests intended to be Some thing sooms to for tlu quick of Iho thive in terests and in certain cas es the third nc is tbo thnt the Remedial in are obviously that do not lake account of the Inrger public in Special t0 the March at most out the business portion of this burning Scotfs mirdvvrrre Martins genernl Fannings privat bank and drug Loss will tot al about witli insurance of putes to h trade dis s hill lins introduced in the House of is a direct outoomf oi The Tan Yule NV act nf ihe trades unions shall Picket ing will lv Complete 5m unity of union is not lnH labor will doniaml AT Spociol m the March Arthur of cnthishisticol Iv announces ho has IXMY cnjoy ng immensely since yester days formalities His cverjholy who ran discriminate Ijetween a golf and A of was to the royal To Ilis Highness goes MAY CAUSE DtBATE Affecting the Greek in to the March Prince has presented a CathoHr which may lcal U The object is to enact log islation taking iti tho Ar mcninn Catholic churches an control thorn whcth thev desire it or lion llf amendment to the tiH passed its siic roadimr The bill provides that th ii of villotros shall cTorks shall also mnk of unpaid WILL APTEAL CONTROL OVER RATES Vnvscr has n Nova Ives the decision a Cardston found a tizen toxvn guilty of having quor in his possession for the pur se of It is claimed tftc id the liquor for liis private A PUBLIC A public meeting in the interests f Simmons will he held in Olivers Hnll on Tuesday It vil bo addressed by Sim likely a member of the Posttrb will give furthe A DANDY CONTRACT KOU Iroautiivrt and suhslnnlial sot of e harness has bwn turned out by Hornerarul Mntfhinson for the Lcthbrklgir Hrewing is swell of and re flects this har ness is stroniiy tlio is nickel momitci liears in A Increased Powers for the Railway Special to the i Sfarch Emmorson has introduced a bill to amend the railway act in the House of It provides for appeal from tho railway commission to the supreme court ff the permission ofa supreme court judge is Il gives to the railway commission complete control over telephone and telegraph rates cs thnt august now has over A bill was also introduced incor porating the Telegraph Sonhle adjournid HEMKY TRIAL McAtloo Van Horno have svrur od the Contract fir gracing tho bndge Athletic Thoy start work on tho Toronto bank robb lo tho March first legis lature of Saskatchewan opened to day Irefttting pomp and cere Nearly all me in itie will meet in logiil buildings of tlie t of lo n genera criv Function heKJ in norc one of I out Vrom party wl weeks Hospit nt teachers thinking of he 1ost sejulgro room is kiml of was sentenced to four years in p al last of tho puliliC giving a pri7 wors at the taking a dif The teachers are going supply certain kinds of stnrils for the Kach pupil ro rcivts a roriain numher Of seeds ho uvkvs home plants thon in a The pupils arc to attend Uuv home xnthout ore ti bring the seeds at the end of Trunk 01 T The Imperial branch ot Tlnnk will opon a is mhde that small oy with catapults oro smashing electric light globes and Jomg other dam ago about Chief Parry Jo prosecute the first boy ho injuring the VCst they will bo the pupils who have plant and lower reoeiv the sec Micl trialof Camilla on charge of juurdoring Wasson Oliv near on w in tho xiibirict coxirt JJnmey is young while his victim was a son of a rosrdont of Southern ey avows that he killed Oluer In while the State that the crime cominiltoil for the purpose oi hav ing sold effects nil the way srom Helena to ami by which iic was A VTCIOrS March waiting for a in Grand woman was attacked KVw a rat The animal of I rnivcrsity of will be offered tno position ot snivrintemlettt of Cal sprang up on her ami whon at knock it off thT1 anf sciTcd her by the lower lip ami apparentlycouM not itself til a bystander scizexJ it by the throat ami forced it to let This lip is badly ami bosomof her dress was to ;