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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERT A, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 190�. NUMBER 28  We want our stock reduced to i the lowest possible limit byij Stocktaking, which is next;; month. Many tempting values i \ are offered. Yours for Value HUDSON'S BAY CO. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000^000. Reserve fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO i. K. WALKER, Oeneral Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Ami. Gm'l Manage! TO PEACE RIVER Hon. W. H. Cushing Mike o Trip. TO THE FAR~N0RTH COUNTRY Vill Visit CardstM and Select Site for Court Manse. G00DJEWS SETTLESTR1KE to! Well BorinT Apparatus An Important Suggestion For Settlers Made JWMCIALWSnETOM CREATED WARD OF TRADE SHOULD ACT( CHy af UftMige is ta be the �r MT �' Lab0r! a*�� 'Protection from Rain BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA. AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A ginaral laaklaa. kniiMM Iraatacttd. Accounts may m) f*Mt aa* ctMacM ay mall will) all araacaas al tali task. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposit** of $1 and upwards received, and Interest allowed al current rate*. The depositor U aiibfccl tu no delay what* ever lu the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the depoait CAI.C.ARY CLARESIIOI.M KHMONTON 1111.11 KIYKU IS NISI-AIL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA NANTON STAVELY PINCHER CREEK STRATIICONA PONOKA VEGREVILLK RED DEER VERMILION wktaskiwin LEAVINGS LKTIIBRIDGE MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT *l \a $8 | ..*:!.:.() to $�;.50 '�> .$1.50 to $7.00 & ......*4 to$� 9 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH _C. G. K. NOURSK. -  - MANAOBR ! Just, In-Our Shirt Waist Suits ^ In Linen, with Kinliroiderv and Linen Hrniil In Muslin, with insertion and pleats........ % lu Organdie with lace and pleats.......... In Chainlirav. with embroidery............ These aru hy fur the prettiest gouU it lias bet*n our privilege to huiulle. We Invite Inspection. ] | Perfection Io Men's Suits ^ We have it. and show thin week Men's Li�ht Tweed % Suits al and $12.50 that are a wonder for value and ^ workmanship. EJ.Hmr.Co FintNfTUKE DEPARTMENT UPSTAIRS Coming idown on the 'trs'lti tho other day from Calgary, thi: llcrnld nmn had n long ch�'l wRh Hon. W. II. t.'imhing. Minister of )*in>llc Works, who was on Ills way to N-iity-Attorney-Oenorul Woods at Ol tuwm, where they will imerviow tho Fe:k>rnl (iovoiinnonl ihi nni'MorN of im^ivHl .to tJw> fniK, cspoci-nll.v 't'lic irriifiil ion (|iiesM�>ii. At lhh. nod |mrti�n n|>-|)lv ing for a wuti-r iwoinI iiiiihI urtply to OHnwiv, bin un soon �� the wnt' or i� led away fi>oiii the wtroom on-In tin* Itvixl, k i'oiiwr under the Jur iwliction nf thi- l'i n **it�> for th� new court hoiist* .t4ioi'c. I.ititcr ho will innko a \v�vk'm jotirnoy through the IVnoo Itlvcr oninvtry, looking Into My [H-t'ils of that vn*l rti~triot. Ik- will trnvH moHtiy by howt �.t>d canoo, �o'l will faiintlinri/o tiinvtolf with tho iHwvrtxIitiott of t4mt r�vion. Mr hortoi-w�lf \or.\ �tlonely in tho ost-iiiMition of tho pooplo nst som-�ion Ho ImmI l�ro\x>d hinwlf to l.o an able and oonscioivt ioiw nmn, and wns strongvr 'tnduy t.lMUi over. \skion durii^ 'tho short timo ho sat in tho l>v'Kln^nv " Hetdcjuarters. Investigate. f. St wits. IJopnty Minisior of Public Work*, twin nm.ifl(d w. C. Simmons, M. !>. A,, thai a woll-bori-tvar machine Is at tfu' di>i,ioHnl of this district. I woIIh on fioblic ro�nl allowance for the convenience of the public, and they will �� �|Uip|io pointnicm of a shorilT and a clerk of tihe courl hoiv, ftiwl a lit'tle later probably a r�f�rd�vt JiwHfi>. Se'-'ornl sngiffoMlions hiive looii nwi'de to I he llowld 'that the Itoard of Trude ulioiild m�k�t-lle tin1 lOMM-r's strike by eithoi nppronch-im; the c l.alwir Depurl iiiont nt tMitawa, and aski'lljr thoin In ilso Mwlr powers to sol'i le ihe trotibhi. '!Mio strike si'iiiim to !>� moving aloiiff without any advance l.oing liHKh' on.� way or the i:-tltor, and a.s lihn cri i'/ens .uv 'the greatest stillorers B't thd. Ts what, you will need for the next three or four months. Our Rain Coats Rubbers and Umbrellas WILL PROTECT YOU PKTKIISOX TALKS amopt stih'K snow IIKAVV IIAIN FIAA. Vi>U TllltKK DAYS Rnin has hocn falling steadily liore *or three days. It is understood tlie rain has boon gotiorul ithpuughout tho Provinw T*he fanners arc delightoxt now. and prwtlct honvy crops, ns Uio rain came nt n most opportune t'inta-. IV It. Uowman, the woathor observer lieiv, informed the HoraVd morning that the rainfall up to this fnlgwrv. Attn . May II -('. W. Potorson. wcitMiuy nf the Live Stock Association, iinorviowiil on soiik-ct ot tin' |ini.--1.iI stock, show, which has just toi iti.natoil. sum I Tnking all mtn ctniHiiloration. it IS 'the greatest snU- 111 the hiHtol'v of Cutgnry. 'Pho r.iuiiity wns uuiforinly llkffll. A noti�cable foaituro was the aimovtt total absi-nco of uirtU-siruble ntwk 'I am "ot �o well sirtisftisl with tho sale of tin- female xtnek. Somo-' how Iho buyers had no conlWIoiico in tlh- a(P�l fi'llitilos olteivsl 'Hie iln-lhjs | presHion got abi'niMl mining the buyers that -'.-hoii an aged cow was entered, it was ln'cause of some dis- We are sliowinn a I Big Line of Raincoats lu Dark Grey materials at $5.00 $7.50 $10.00 Umbrellas and Rubbers Tn buying these you want the kind that will givu " morning amounted to 1,8f� inelios. . . �ij ... u _i. Inualifv iov conditiim. Il i� iho con and he wns confident it would i�adi | ' ^ �the 2 inch mark. OXTVIHO SKTTI.KItS �!IIOW. T�do of Immigration is Plowing wawts That Province. TH- an oi.it hi in.r. .1. n. Hig'inttothtim. in a Mter the Winnipeg l-'roo Press, says: fusit copv of the Knv Pivss to roacli iik' contains an account of two Millies dated 17!W and IT5!I, respectively. In hn�-o in posK.>ss|on i no dntoiiii�S of ihe Psalms. Prophets and | A|Micrv|�hu, niKl I."i'll at. the begin Toronto. May I ft.-The t.WIe �t mi mHrrti'tion into, Ontario sooms to i-n cronse ah tho wason advances. Ifc tween Sni urday night ansl hist night it is est'imnKsl that upwards of i ,-'.'OO Hiiniigrams have arrivo.l nt tlio Coion staMon. Thomas Soutliworth i'i'ituciand the 'iinmiifrution nuMhods nf t0|tho i'hurch Auny Assoc.tvtion. Mo |.>n(>|says their iiiMiiigraivls sent out here une left to shift for thotnwdves. I. .1. till* spi:\ds DAY IX WIXNTPKfi Wiinii|s.g. M,i\ l,"> -.liuih.s ,|. Hill presidoiu oi ''he >g .miii will note nntov-latos the above loony II* �.i>- fousted. (IIik�me I oing al t�ent. th��m Ih>w greiit their city was to It also contain* many old woodcuts become and lieiuiise he promised to and one map ol tho eastern hemis- make it the n.iul rhnps some of your nwl- western Ciiiuclian systom of the ers m�y 4k- utile to inform us if. still tlrent Northern more ancient editions. I.AMOIt MKX PASS ltl".Sl tlw IX'tlilirHlge Trades and Laltor Council, hoM on Saturday evening, the following res oluti.Hi wns nilnpltvl: ItesolvoH'l, thut all work it construe!ion, iv^mirs oiml la.lM>r, in or around'the mine of the Alberta Hallway * Irrigation Com puny, oitlier contract or day labor H'ill made Mow specctws. tlie filiht at the Canudmi club IiiikIkmhi. then before the ImmivI ol trudo. nn.1 tonight at tin- .Manitoba Club. In all his spi>oolics In- s|toke fi\ly of t4ie new lino h- is to buikl from the l"n-I lie Coast ui Winoipog'. I'ntorv-iewed on arrival, HH4I suid: "Mo Ituin) Mttonlion (U tiuilrn t'aiindn. Them is no oc-canion for ni.'iv lines north of l-ak Superior. \\>- lm�e a l-ino now which census ol opinion among t !> hnsvlors �that it is il-T-iriilile to discoui iinn.  4lo selling of females by auction, nod tlH'n' is a disposil inn torestrii-t 'he sale steiclly to balls. One of the most pleasing inckk*nts of the sale and ihe m�s�t ings was Nie \nt nt opinion on t4io riirt; side in reguKl to in.lying, ami H is safe to sa> lb.it is'Vci was live stock jiKlgiiig more mil ik(uci only perform-ed. ii*- pldffVlrg c�uu|m'l it ion was an iniiovat ion Ih'I-st taken in that eveot, u is ovMeit' t.lmt ttws depurt monl nf the show will - ni-coiuiiKr.lat ion ,s iw|inh�l hi i he sal., ring, an.l a is up tn i lie On nf i'.il gsiry to provide a i.irgul-.| ha�o convoy ml to our many visitors an er-rolleoilK ciipe-^i.ui lliat the City of Cnlinny IiihI any ini-ii'ion .if treat lllg �4ie e\el�t Willi nwlillol en. ... Good  Service! The kind that will not split or tear nfter they are worn a few tiinns We Have Them! You need the Protection. We supply the goods | that afford it A. SOUTHARD  1817 Caailala�a�M ap...................SM.eM.eta Rewrvcd fmi...................... ie.KM.eiNI Balaate Profit ami Uss.............. **S.IS9 anyone working at same will lie con shleiv^d unfair. Workiivg men and contractors will please take notice and govern themselves accordingly WHICH MOI MAIN pv> The cash storel  We have a few special bargains on our centra $ table that will be worth investigating. X Prints I Prints, regular priee Pi.'.e and I.V. niir price.............. lOo Shirtings (ixfnrd SliirliiiKs. reuular priee l'2\v and loo. our price .... 10c Ginghams GiiiKhimm and I'hamhrays. reunlar priee loo l>'i^'.................................. ft I and 2U\ our 2 .............12Jc " in i.\\i;i.i. minks (loon. Head Office, Montrea' PRESIDENT: right hon. bORO STHATHCOMA and.mount BOVAI., (1 v. M 0. VICE-PRESIDENT: hon. SIR qrokub a. URUMMONP. k e, k. 8. cloubton. GKKKH4I. M*va(1�:k Branches and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada AIbo in l trip, ho made arrangements this fall we will lie t4irotigh the mount am- to tihc prairie Hy the time the tieaitd Trunk Pacific reaches *V'imiii�og wo will have a line clear from Is-iv to iho Coast, i'lioii1 are nine Putiiic lows in the Piwuil States. Ynn ought to Io able to| Under-|t�ke car� of ilnxs- or four. We want j to have our lines eoiuplvtod by th--time the (Hand Trunk Pacific reach an utHUi-vlaite which will lie in- (don't. mom. for the purchase of outfit of machinery slnllwl at nn early da>te. Ho also placerl cont*Uloroblo tilock upon tho market. The plant to 4� installed is at largo on painty, capable of taking out 1.OO0 Iihis p�-r day. The area incliKU-il in iiiio mining propeity i� ft,1SJ acres The oniiiv capacity of the iivvik- is esl'iiiiatod as in the neigh bo rh mxl of lii.ono.Ofio tons. Tha quality ol the coal i� reiwrted by ex|h>rts to in. equal to the woll-|known tlatt coal Ikisirtles his uiinhig interests. Mr. I'nrU'rwool carries on an ovtensivo contracting biiKinesN in Culgwry. He was for eight years an uldnrinan and served two years ns mayor. Ho now a inonvlsn' of the Calgary school board. In the course of a sp'-ecli, Hill sa-wl: ''Before closing, I wish to say. tatt) cam of your public domain. l>o not In- afraid to let it go to the man who wants to cult-iva>u> it. but give it away in blocks any (lueday in Kil-llionlon. nisi tolas -Jtat�si to lis-Tok'gruiu ivpivs-ntat i\e that the Yellow 11 Kiel Pass had not bisni ik>-okksl on lor lis- uioiiotiiin i-rossing and that no iirraug.'iiients had Is-eu complet. d lor U'liiiinais in I'.diuou ton. The (.'rami Trunk Piiciln . he sakl, hud in iivn I at no .krisiou as to out rami' into tihat city lie spoilt t4|e tins' since Ins arrival in insi�cc(-iug Uie surveys ariiKinl ulie city and �the river crossing* Severul survey pad i.-s have left for the mountains during tu? pa�t week, tits1 mmuined but has roi-oivvd nnleis. and will stuit tomorrow. Sateens * SuteeiiG and Knulish Ualeteas, regular pritse 20e, our price Carpet Squares Velvet Pile Si|iiares, As'Ah, *20.1K); :t.\x4................ Brussels Si put res, )k:t.V, SlO.tK); It.U-l.................. 'rajs-stry Sipiares, :Sx'.{?.. $U..M>; H.'.x-I................... Linoleum 4! 4; � s * J * 4: 4r 4: 4:  Nairn's Linoleum \\ e wutild a^ain remind you 4] lire selling I'rinleil l^iin.l.-utns. reoul^r price $1  priee........................................ *^ Inlaid Liiiulenin. ni/nhi pr.i.-e Hts and (htiinitising thu api�'ul in Prince Albert, Sask., Mr. Iltinltain has given notice oi a tn \'d 1 � in.- The lady sr. s^-i lis along au.l ui the It X W. M. P, and u ] I____. .... _____:__hoii of the livio Sir Uavixl MclMiersun, is dead. yoc 1 50 A full line Ladies' Skirls at the very lowest prices, h uill pay the Cash Uuyer to eall and �et prices. A. Macdonald r> Co. I Lethbridge Alberta protvests following provincial elect ion Theio are nineteen seats affected. ;