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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta IGe Herald m VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY. MAY 10. 1900. ^"UAiBER 27 We want our stock reduced to the lowest possible limit by Stocktaking, which is next month. Many tempting values are offered. Yours for Value HUDSON'S MEANS BIG BOON C. P. R. Terminals will Soonk Here OffKUU WEiffillERE MONIMr ��>�������*������**��**�\offu;c in Cunada of a Chattered Bank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking point.s in tUn I'lilted StatM. l�rOOTl*01.� AT A HXtD K.O H .KT THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMRRtJi:. LONDON. ENG. They form an excellent'method of remitting small sum� of money with �fetjr and at small cnst. PAI.t'.MIY .( l..\Kt:.SIIOI.M lU.MO.VTO.X lUiUI RI\EK i\'.M.-.l'AiL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON STAVELY LETHBRIDGE PINCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PONOKA VEGREV'ILLE MEDICINE HAT RED DEER "^"VERMILION WETASKIWIN lethbridge branch C. G. K. NOURSE. MANAGER I Just In-Our Waist Suits In LineiT, witii Embroidery and Linoii Briiiil........ $(� to ^'8 ^ In Muslin, with inaortion and ploats.....,.......$i!.uO to $(i..50 ^ In Orpandie with laecaii are 1�y far-the prettiest ^otxla it Ims been our ^ privilege to handle. - We Invite Inspection. Perfection la Men's Suits I ' '�i> We liave it. Jind sliow this week IMen'.s LiH:lit Twetnl Suits at SIO and1?l2.iX) tliat are a wonder for value and workmanship. *  X �J.HiU(&Co 1 FURNITURE DEPARTMENT T^PSTAIRS * ** ESTABLISUKI) 1817 Capilal aU Mid HP...................%U,m.m Rsserved Puad...................... IO.OM.flM Balaice Profit tad Loss.............. M5,IS� Head Office, Montrea' PRESIDENT: mOHT HON. LORD STKATHCONA AND MOUNT ROIAI., C C. M C. VICE-PRESIDiSNT : HOH. SIR aKORQR A. DRUMMOMD. K. O. M. C. K. ,9. CLOUSTON, Qk.sciiai. M.�NAnf!ii Branches and Agencies at, all the principal points in Cnnacln Also in London, I ngland, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters ot Credit and Commercial Credit.", issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS . Draft* *olii available 4t all point* In Uulied .States, Kiirope anil Cariaila lnter��l allowed on deposils mt currenl^roles Lethbridi^e Branch - B. r. REIEVE This Cityto be the Scene of Much Activity. I4l-lil>ritlge is ' Oil Iho verge of a Ittg railroiMl cicvolopinent. It. will not be niaivy wcelcs, as the IfiM-akl .stotttl last �x>ok, whon m�i will l)� ftt worii removing the ter-tnimi's from Moclaotl 'to Lethbridge. Gon;>roi ' Supi-riirt^trtloiit .lamicson, of Calpcary, �notl.s, locomotive shops, coaling Hlat/ion, tank.s, roimd house imrl olio u.iiiul amount of tracii laying uiid gratiing. TIvj company have also iir�.'ler serious consiflcration the build'ing ol tho spur lino along Smi'th Klrnot to accomivioifla'te the wholcs(il�r.s. This rnat'ler is now receiving I'lieir atto-ntio'ii. Tbe'"ollici'ais said llicir o.\porvdituro KILLED AT TABER Geo. Shorthouse Lost his life FORINER JHESIHNT OF THIS CITY Fatality 4)ccured While at Work iii a Nine. . ShorthbuHO. forinerlj of T>'t!i bridge, was kiili*;] in one of tho shafts 111 a mUMJrnt Tabor this morning- �-^y No 'details of; tthc fatality have reached 'town. Mr. S'hort/hou.s*? was u brotihor o/ Jos. Short'houho" ami wa.s- about 40, oa'w nf age, n.il4; was woll known' bore. .1. I). lligin4>�l|Kimw'cnt lo Ta'lior t'hi.s iiCternooin 'It^hoUl an im^uoit IO .101 \ IIAN"1>.H' AGtl'XSr .T. .] HILL Paul, Miim^ May 4.-Tho 111-torvi^nt loii ol thosiSHarnman it>toiiosU> may result in mitlJl^K ilio Soo line pracfically unotih scontinontal hne^fi ics to Sr>aitle JL-when tho Soo W this summer/ vt olToro'.'l the il-arj j/iiid lotirt'h tran-hn tihc Twin t^it-proplios}�l i.;>�t trenches Spokinino Jr iminodialoly bt t�jan rails to run here this .voar tilone will +.c $75,000, train.-* from Svokam: tot Seat/tic. in a.il Sjp^kMtc and io Spo-cjuenee 10 Lctbbri'dgo, as it would jkano over t-hptSpokonc and Intcrntit-cnalile this oity 'to ilwvc a t�t/tei' ionfti w^ill 'bc.-j^ oi ) train .service itlinn it now has, as the jtihc present rovt'C'R' With llic .Hill jrailroads would bo able to run t*ieir jin,terests bcittdnt itt'tinie aird 4ri�tance trains at a lively siK-tNi from bore from .the Twifl-Orfki. to Spokatio, it wcsl. if tho St. Mary's Iwidges wore is prophosksd?' Mta,t Harrimah will out of the way. These brirlges cost ^upoadily offer'fi|s i^i^fiicitdhco to th the ('. V. n. a ha-ai; of money to Canartinn Paciflcrsl^roitego. niuintain, ami wiiile the ofllcials j -.�(^�-'--- 'stalKl a high lovol bridge over the WILL VT-SIT li^Il^tHRlDOE river It-tj woul'd necessitate an ex- pendituro of cmc miilion dollars, ;?,'i-rr. . this is not 10 be comr�irod to the '">mbe�. of tho Legisla'tiirc mom-v ..pent on ke-3ping .the presattt . ""^'^ postponed thsont tinte. be umkM- construction here almost i members �iU assemble ,. l>al-immrvli�telv. The-plans, it is und- e^'^' August 71 and u�h a spec-rrstowi. arotoins altered, so Ih.t ^'"ih �-ill MS.t Li.lhbriJg� a.H the yardHi^ovriU^fiAmieeoi^^ 'iwrty tl.eVha�ft� in the route of the neiv 'he memlx-rs of the romi, �h.^i. the hi^h level bridge is theis wiv.s, Uve press, j^^.j^ I tho pages of llio II0U.S!','the Rorgoartt- 'on'^ 01 the olTicials remarked.- �1-^�"^ '' the l^gnslaturo. work starts. and real osl'ate will _____ * take a big .iump. Mark my words." , WA^^-" J^O't TFIE^VE OPENERS The ofbcials went from here 'to j, ^y,.i^,,-^ windows Fridav and Tivbor to arrange the location of t.ae the nig new tipples at 'the Heiiance twine. , .Doomed Stock. GOLD ON JILK RIVER Important Discovery said to Have Been Made. TI-i.Te is a well f()un;k''d roi>ort that iron and go d l^earing i,uart7, has �been found in paying quu'ntities on the Milk Uivcr, and mining rights ha-.-o l>een seciirr>d 'by tlioso interost-od, including .somo l.oUibridgc [loo-plo. T'b.o ffuartz, I't is lUKloi-stood, was sent to ITolona, Mont., to be tested, and tlve assay was highly s�tisfac-tory. Ho\vo\-er, 'Hie iron deposits arc the greatest, niKl it is the.so tho |>oopie wlio own the pro|M}riy are counting on tlif mos-t. NORTH OF LETHBRIDGE J. J. Hill says His Transcontinental WiU Run. \Vf:SI.EY SCNDAV SCHOOL. At the nnniial l>usiness mooting of tho W'esloy Sunday school last evening, Uov. .1. E. lliigiisoii gave an interesting report of the Alborta Pfj-vincirtl S. .S.. Convention at Rod Doer. The election of olliccrs resulted as 'follows: Siipt., \V. \. Hamilton. Asst. Supt., It. C. Mdoro. Secretary, C. K. Vahej*. Asst. Sec., Willie Taylor. Troiisurer. W. C. Liplvardt. Librarian, O. D. Austin. 'I^HWhors-Primary - Miss Hamilton and Mrs. Cook, Intermcdioite-Miss L. K'Cnniburgh, Mrs. Campbell, Mr. R. M. Clark, Mr. W. C. Ijirjharrtt. Mrs. Southanl. Mr. B. C. Moore, Mrs'. Daniel. Bible IMass, Rev. .1. E. Hughson. Reserve leuohcrs-Miss E. Cook, Miss-Schweitzer* aiffd Mr. O. D. .'Vus-tin. . Tlio reports gnve nyuri'S that indicated to a cerlnin ex'ton't 'the e.xcol-lent work tlial has been done in tho school during the pu.st'year. A new library .has boon j)ut on the slvelvos, antal project. j "I suppose ,\our route will* bo via Lethbridge and somlh of the C. P. R. nia'in line?" ho was asked: "Xot !)> any moans," answered Mr. Hill oinphalically, g'oing over to a map of VVes'tx^rn Cana'da which showed ail the railway linos. "We do not consider 'ihat (running his index finger aor().'-�. t'he 'territory south of the C. P. It. from Lethbridge to near Weyliurii) very gtwd land, and we propo.si' lo cross the C. ('. It. and run n lim considerably north of it, wiiere tilu' coiimtry i� Al, and where tin' lornl 1 raflic is sure to bo heavy. ' �'''Where woul'd you cross the C P. 11.-at M.>dicim' lint?" "Well, that uc cannot .say at present. That is n detail which will have to 'bo .soi'il'^ after the fullest jinvest'i'gation ni the country's resources." ''Then you aro not thinking of the most direct lrnn.�coiitinontal route lin oivder to 1 aptiire passenger traffic?" I "\o, we ai-o not .so much concorn-od in thai as in tapping a territory, prolific in agricuiiural resources." ! In connection with tho construction of his proposed line from Vancouver to Winniioff. Mr. Hill .spoko of the .great coal '[loi>osits his cpm-pan,v had secured, and was davoloii-ing ill the Crow's Nest Pass. 1 asked him if ho would not likely push tho tievelcfiniant of tiic cpal mines. "Cejtainly, " ho answered. "We propose to give special attention to this. Tlio 'two great, nurds of tho settler, of coiirso^ ar? slvoltcr and warmth. Providence made magnificent provision for both, if care is but *.akiai to s(>e tilvat they are made available. The iorosls of British Co-luml'ia will furnish all the lumlxr necessary for homes if this groat resource is huslian'tlG'.l, and the Crow's Nest Pass all the fuel necessary to keep t'he teeming millions of the country warm. GREAT BARGAINS IN CL0TBIN6 '1 liei 'le Iljjht rnniigli ii> iioal, 1,111 licf iallirr scleds lii> Stetson hecaiue iu light tvcif;li( 15 a guaijiiire u( comfort, 'llie ijuably (.1 llir materials anil the iiietliiKl (it tilt makirii: jssure Mreiigrli anil ilurabilily. lu brauly ami Myle the Stel-se�t|y Sggares; in correct Pattern8.3iy.e.. 0.x jU. our price......................____-9 30 ^ Taiiestry Sijuares. size iii s 4. our price............................................... 12 00 # Brussels Squares, size ;{ .\ onr price............................. ................. 15 00 # Brussels Sfiuares, size i>J, .\ J. onr |)rice............................................... 20 00 Velvet Pile Scjuares. these are seamless, size i! x iiA. our Price........................... 20 00 Velvet Pile S oz. Tin...............I5c ;ilb. Tin.;............50c Jy lb. Tin. .......70c Men's Railroad Boots Elastic sides. l^ix Calf, (roodyear Welt, just the Boot for Railroadmen, our price.......... 4 25 Prairie Pride Flour .......................2 10 t".� lb. Sacks.................;........;1 20 Fit Rite Clothing Fit Rite Clotliiny for Men. every garment guaranteetl, only.....�...............SIO, $15 and $18 I 9S lb. Sack i A. Macdonald & Co. GENERAL MERCHANTS LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. i r;EORfJE if. HATCH - Improved and Unimproved Farm Lands City Property Wheat Lands ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (ft I I (OFFICI'IS IX SOI THARD hLk. T'lv.^ 2 Xl.acK Iia\e pirt I�o Ciiie .s.l-cii'l .'fali'Sinr'ii ;n tln-ii' .store. Mr. aiKl .Mrs. Co. I!. McKay are cs-ppoti-d in louTi .Saturday ii'iglit. Mr;-, r;. .'\. Ciiiiningilvam oiitertaun-I'.l ii't 11 il':'liL!'lvi'ul musicale last ev- 'ing. -SoriMim r Macloo'd, formerly of llie riu.i.'-on Hay (^o. hero, was in town lliis week. Mr, .Mrliudiiii. "i' i!i, h'-iii;;- ill "I'll imeuino'iiia. 'riii' l.i'lerutui-e uiitl At";!'pf VRnssi^^ \vill ho tho 'subject of idisctiss on at I th.." T':p�oi(h IxwgMo- nKK.�tiiig on Frt-Ti,. Hianv irleiuls of'll. II. Owen "".^' ^'^eniiig. Kverybo.ly � .Icomo to ,,11 l.-an, �-ah regret that his 'dau-|''''� '''t-'ftry tieot.  The cnga.gt!nK'�t has lieeti announe, C'd oC iMiss Kathlet.'n- Constance Fbst-er, th'ii^ daiigi*ter of Rev. Canon aiKl, Mrs, Foster, of Coaticookiei, artd KiS'tor of Mra. J. W. McNicoll, lown, to Pr. (.\irlvle .V, Pontoqus, of Mon-itreal T'lte wedding wi'll 'take place wife and 'fani'ily,' of'o,i,.iv ;n June. -h'.r is (lui'l.- ill with iippondici'tis 111 I''Mrg>o. N. 1). .loliM Howard 'has Ijclmi seriously ill at the 'hospit'al, 'bii't his nwiiiy friond.s will l>c glaid lo kno\v he is niiK.'h improved. W Symoiis, Hroadview. arrived Iwro 'this morn- I iti'g-'. !Mr. Symons relieves ^Ir. ' ii. McOillivrny as C. P. It. lineman here. Mr. McCillivray goes to Broad 'view. S<-edin� comnii'nce.d at W'artior ttws week. . . .. V Ifj.'le lia'Ker has lievjn elcctodoil,, aldermaii lor Che Ciiy of Cranhrook." m ;