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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 1 Lethbridge Herald LETHBRIDGE, ALBEltTA. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1900. DUMBER 21  * ii We want our slock reduced to jj the lowest possible limit by .i Chief lin-glnecr llusteed, spout a portion of Monday here. They mi uteri posit Ivr>-!y that totiik'i-a for the building of tho terminals will lip called for nt. once. The work will rnvor the enlarging of 'the yards, tin; erection of new freltrtvt slu^.'ls, locomotive shops, con ling slnt'ion, tanks, round house anil the usual amount of track Iny-Jinir and grading. The company hn\o also under serious consideration tho building of the spur line nlol>g Smith street to accommodate. tho wholesalers, 'litis nmUcr is now receiving tlwiir attention. The"ollleinls sniri their expenditure KILLED AT TABER FORMER RESIDENT OF THIS CITY Fatality Gccured While at Work in a Mine. at.-han cither oi train service than it now has, ns the etdie present routes. With the.I Hit railroads wouKl be able to run their interests bowtch in time and distance trains at a lively sp:*\l from Iters from tho TwinOtflvs 1o Spokane, it west, if the St Marys bridges were '|8 prophesied Uw,t llarrlman will These bridges cost upcodily offer his assistance to th  lout of the way. the c. I' II a h.Ntp of money to'canndinn Pacific's'protogo. 'maintain, an I while the oflleials | -....'��..^U-- !stated a hich level bridge over the ! river br? would necessitate an ex-'peiKttute of one million dollars, this is not to be compared to the BRANCHES IN ALBERTA C.M.i'.AIIY i I.\i:l:snoi \i I |).\|t�\TO\ ltii.il Rl\ KK ISM-.I AIL I.EAVtXOS I.ETHBRIIU.K MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT N ANTON STAVEI.V I'INCHER CREEK STRATHCONA PONOKA VEGREVILLE RED DEER VERMILION WET ASK! WIN W1T.L VISIT L12THIHHDOK IN AST T'Iip memlwre of the I.ogi�livture. jnone>- -npeiu on keeping the pr.-jwnt hnvo P"�tponod thoir trip .t, South-l.ridgvs in r.|.air. It would take ,ni Vltwr'a until -August. T*o C. fully n year lo build th� new bridge. 1 The Herald has H from a roal good source that the terminals, will be urcler construction here almost i linm�li�*telv. Tho plans, it is imd-"rstood. are-being altenvl. so that ,n' ,,ni� ^" visit l.oihbri.lg.. and the yards hero will lie h�l��n>d with 0,,,fl . �w.M�.heO�:ti( time. The members will nssiMtibli- in Calgary on August 71 and. ukh a h|kv. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH H>e route of the new will include the iuem:x*rs of tin C. G. K. NOURSE. MANAGER I III Liiti'ii, with IHmbrt'iiilcry uiul LiiiiMi Mruul........ st'i In s8 Just In-Our Shirt Waist Suits Ti� Muslin, wilh insert ion ami pleats.............."A) in Si'i.50 '%, �*� In Orpuiilii* with lace ami plcils...............to ST 00 >y '� Tn Cliauihrav. with iinliru'uli'iy......................i'l In SO 'f Tlicsi'are l�y farllie pretlierit e,ooud it lias bt-i'ii ntir X, privilege to liumlle. - We Invite Iiet|�eelinn. - ' the chaitg\> in i'oiwI. �li. n thw� Krlclay and new tipples ,t the liel.uncv mue. .Snt�Ib.vh of Dooii-.ihI Sto.e nnd ilv.-is wiv.s. ih,. press the pages of the llnuw. th  wrgeunt-rtt-nrms and, all who bn\e in any WATCH I'ol! IIIK KVK OPENEHS t4ie llig I Perfection In Men's Suits We have it. ami show this week Men's Li^ht Tweeil v Suits at Slo amr$l'J.*it) 11 tf  t area womler for value ami Y workmanship. ' GOLD ON MILK RIVER Important Discovery said to Nave Been Made. NORTH OF LETHBRIDGE ____ . � J. J. Kill says His Transcontinental Will Run. II, re is a well fouiil.'l report that j .1 .1. 11-11. tin- head of tho fir.nit iron and Rod l�'iiring ed, incluiling Mime I etabridge peo- I�th)irid);e ami south of the ( via I I 'V 'i, a . J. Hill r> Co Fl'RXITL'RE DEPAKTMKXT 1T1'STA1HS Bank of Montreal I'STABKISlll'l) 1817 Captlal all paid up..... Reserved Fund........ Balance Profit and Loss. .SU.vttO.OOu 10,000,000 665,15� Head Office, Montrea1 pie. It main line-'" he was nskcsl. "Not !>> an>' means," answered Mr Hill emphatically, going o\er lo n map of Western Canada which I be ifiiurt/., ,t it. iinderstoo.l, was sen' to llelem,, Mont , to be tested, and ibe ie.su,* was highly sivtisfac-tor.v. jshowotl ail the railway Hues. "W- lloivever. 'the iron deposits are im- do not rmisidei that (iuin>ii>g his in gii'ntest, aixl it is these the people de\ linfier aero ivlin own i lie pi�i|�'i'i> me counting of the C I' II on ill- most. near Weybui'iu we ll�-o|,,>e i>ling of when' !!� b�-.i f the terrHory south ii-oiu l>>thbridgt' t \ery giM.d land, and 0 erriRB th.. C |'. It eoiisMlerubly north of I'ounlry is AI. and 1 11 attic is sure lo i>� tho Wesley Sunday school last even- heavy." mg. I lev. .1. K. Hiighson gave an in-| "When 1 cresting report of the Alberta Pr-j- It PRESIDENT kioht HON. loud STaATHCOSA ANU moi.'UT HOVAl.. O M c VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. SIR QKORdK a. DUUMMOMU. k i'U cross the C. I ut M.sbcus' Hat?"  raiuiot say at pri n detail which will ^ after the fulli*st i lie country I lumilt on. II. C. Moore. K. Vahey. Willie Taylor. W C. Liphnrdt llunul- Ivitirarian, O. U. Aimtin. '1'eachers-Primary - Miss ton and Mrs. Ccok. In.termeo much coiicern-r-d in ilia' as m tapping u territory prolilic in agricultural resources" 1 In conii'ieiiiin with the construe- are not thinking of the i raiisvoiit mental rout i apt are pass, ngor truf Tliet 're liglii rnnupli lu lloal, l.ul luf fui|lrr sclerls hit Stetson hfi-aiut id llgla weight ii � guiiaiiirf v,l coiiilott. The iiualiiy ef ihe materials anil lite , method of the milking imnte Mrength and d'urahilily. lu besuiy and style i lie Stetson Mali are i.i � cUm by llieiiuelve". V- htvr the t�l-,| �:�itoi,  .J l, ib,' !.,,. Price $4.00 For all Staple Shades We have also the lii^csi assort-in^! of I'iit^liBh Mats in Derhys. Softs. Straws, Linens, etc We have just plaeed in stock ii bi^ assorltnenl of men's nohhy siitnnit'r sails. These are nwule front the newest patterns in Scotch Tweetls. Homespuns. Ktiglish Worsteds, etc. U'c have them in hoth ilonlile lit'easletl anil sinule hrcastetl in Norfolks ami I'titaways. The price is onlv $12.1)0 per suit. \Ve have a hiij line of odd suits (only one suit of each kind) worth from $10.00 lo SM.ftO. special for Satttvtluy only $5,00 per suit. OUR TAILOR-MADE SUITS Am- renowned for their pi?rft*H liltinj* qualities' and durability. Kvery suit is made right hore on the premises. Prices, suits made to order $22.50 Up Don't allow your order to ln� sent out of town.  Support home industry and "Help Letlr-bridge tirow." Prices 50c to $3.00 A. SOUTHARD i�a**AAA*aAa*aAAA*AAAAA�A�AAAA*AAAAA*�*AA*aA*A*A*a.a*A�*aa***Aa**S i THE CASH STORE We make our bow after one month's business under the ('ash System, and we wish to nk our i�ttrons during the jmst month for their very generous supjiort. Our Cash Sales were is just double what we looked for during the first month's trial Now for a few specials for this week. Tapestry, Brussels and Velvet Pile Squares   t * 41 Tuijealiy^.S'ltiarpB in correct Patterns, si/.e 'A \ JU. our price.............................. 0 5ft * Tajx'slry Squares, size '.W x I. our price............................................... 12 00 * 4> Hrnsscls Stpiares. size :! x 'A\, our price............................................... I*> 00  $ Brussels Squares, size :ii \ I. mir price............................................... 2000$ J Velvet Pile Squares, these are seam less, size .'! x 'A\. our Price........................... 20 00 � Velvet Pile Squares, seamless, sizes A}, \ I............................................ 2*� 00 � * ll will pnv you to examine these goods.  { White Star Baking Powder | J 12 i./. Tin..............1-V I'.lb. Tin...............Vic ;>lb. Tin...............70c 2  4: * * I'.laslic sides, liox Calf, (ioodvear Welt, just the Hoot for Railroadmen, our prk � I ^ ��' 4 4 4: J Kit Itile Clothing for Men. e\ery garment giiaranteetl, onlv.....................$10, $1.*, ;indS18 ..l.V :t lb. Tin...............">0c ;. lb. Tin...... Men's Railroad Boots I 25 Prairie Pride Flour ...........2 10 I'd Ib. Sacks..... Fit Rite Clothing .1 20 A. Macdonald & Co. ! X GENERAL MERCHANTS LETHBRIDGE, ALT A.  i (iK()|{(iK M. MATCH C. K. DANIEL Improved and Unimproved I Farm Lands City Property Wheat Lands! ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY i( >!'KICKS iX sol TIIAUD IJLOCK. LKTIIHUI DC Ki Sunt hern Allierta. Xo (> t?i :' Does a geiieiul Ki-al Kstato anil Live Slock Coniinission Business in al %, trouble to show uni our lists and take you out to see the lands, lots or tloeks We have 1000 (it Many thousand acres improved and unimproved .Vus-tin. | l'lu.' reports Rii\e liKtires that iiuli-,caled to a certain evleirt the excol-' lent work that hns U-en done in tho school durnu thi- past >ear. A new Ubrory .has been put on the slwlvos, of th? great coal deposits his company had secured, and was davelop-:n,? in the Crow's Nest Pass. I ask-csl him if he wouM not likely push iho ricvehqinudit to gi\e special attention to this. ) |w two great needs of the settler, ol course^ ap;, slndter ami warmth. Providence mutle imtgnifi ami will ndfl greu;ily to the interest cent provision for both, if cure is in the school. LAST CHANCE. The Uilance of Wright's stock is Uoomrd to go I'Viday and Saturday at prlcos too low for tiuoto'tion.- HufTalo Factory & Mills Syndicate of Toronto. but nkon to si"- that they are made available The foreMs of jiritish Columbia "ill furnish nil the bun! vr necessary for homes if this great resource is husbanded, and the Crow's Scni Pass all tho fuel ni.xvssao to keep live teeming millions of th" country worm ii acres in sepatnte improved irrigated farms '; wheat lands. ...... ri) | Good City Property Try t's as Buyers or Sellers. The Townsite of Coaldale s N'uiir ( iini's|Kiii*^^?^^?.*^ix^ LATEST LOCAL XKWS. Mrs. Ellon, Cowlev . im tin- nu,"-; oi Mrs. Neale. Dr. .luiit'son, Lumbr, ek, nns in town on Tuc.s.hiN. E. T. Saunders made a mi' Culg.'irv this wis'k. Tlv - Jlacs linv put two I,tie s I  111 .alesllil ll ii I lie.I slele Mi ai.il Mrs � Ii McKay are I Mi l "I'll I I. \l. I, a'. '. \]KTl -i .1' '>� ii SaluC'lay mght. ^r.. i; \ CuiiuiiiKharn eaterluin-,.| , |.|inii:�ul iiiusicalo last ev- Noiuian T MaeleiAl, formerly of tiie IIimsoii liny Co. here, was in low n the. week. .i ... i Ii, Ua^-d, , l I  i .all ii, spMllI >'>� ;;1 i\ 11 ii pneumonia. iriends of Ii II. Owen \i,l I alll nil ii refJCcl that his llall- ..!.'. i e ipii-i � ill wiib appendicitis I,', Cireo N. H. � Inliii Howard Iuin tivu seriously ill a' the hospital. but his many Iriends will Ik' ttliwl to know lm is miieli unproved. W S.vinous, wife and family, of lti'oudvicw. arrive*! lvere this morn-in-g .Mr. Symoivs relioxes Mr. II. McOillivray us C. P. Jt. lineman here Mr Mcfjillivray goes to Hroad view. The l.kerutui-e and Art of'Hussia v^ill lie the silbjeel of di�CUSS oil at Hie I nith Uttguo meeting ou Eri-da.v evening. Everybody welcome to tins Ii'ti-inry treat- The engtt^niKijt huh l>eeii announc i>d'of Miss Kathlis n Constance Foster, third daughter of Hev. Canon i.ikI Mrs. Coster,  ifcier of Mrs. .1. iff Coaticooke, and W. McNicoll, town, j to IV. Carl.Nle A. Porteous, of Mon-'lii'itl. The u.dding will.take place carle :u dun.'. S isling coiiiiii nctsl at Warner Uiis week. V. Hyde llak.-r ban U-vn elected ttll ulderiiiitn for the City of Cranbrook. I ;