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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 1 LKTHBRIDGE, AtBEHlTA. THURSDAY. MAY 17, 190�. NUMBER 2S 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 BAY CO. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO �. E. WALKER, General Manager . ALEX. LAIRD, Ant. Gent MaMC� BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED 8TATB8 AND ENGLAND A fltniral �mMm kHitiMM UmmcM. Acetuntt may ka fMi Mi caniHclM fey mail wiM alt braaelia* ! IWi laak. ' SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Dcpuaitti u( $1 and upwards received, and intereitt allowed at tsurrent rates. The depositor is subfeet to no delay what* ever In the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit CALGARY CLAKESHOI.M fcuMONtON HIGH RIVER I i4 MSI-AIL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON STAVELY LETHBRIDGE PINCHBR CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PONOKA VEGREVILLB MEDICINE HAT RED DEER VERMILIOJN WETASKIW1N LETHBRIDGE BRANCJH C. G. K. NOURSE. - -  MANAOBR Corrtintt: irk>n-n on ihc itftn'm iho vth-tv rtay from t.'al'gary, tihu Hcrnld man fund a Imtg chtel wRh Hon. W. H. Cushing, Miniistcr oi roblic Works, who w�s on Jvis way to Nelson, B.C., to look after some bit^i-noss M>teiv?�t8. Mr. Ciishing in a hmy man. and m 'giivrng s'lmoxt his entire at'tontion t-o Oovfrnini�?nt adaii's. On liLs return from Nelson he wWI iprococnl cn�t' to Ot'tawa with Mrs. Custtmg ami MiitH Cashing, an.1 will join Hon. \. C. Ilutheffoixl and I>ei>-i,ty-Attoi'noy-O�n�p(il Woods at Ottawa, where itjlwsy will iretervi�w the Korlernl (Jovemment on mH'ttcr.s 61 inleri'wt 'lo til�c Governments, espooi-ally 't'hc irrigKitiion (iitosniitMi. At the presonl tinie t^he iiCigntion is in a nat4i�r para^loxicail |)o.'�ition, �h the streams ore itnder tho control of t*>e Foctt*ioro. L�ter ho will niako a si-x week's journey through the Pence River country, (ooktng into the needs of ithat vast ttistniot. H� will travel mostly hy 'hooit . �nd canoe, nnd will famuliaPiiEc ttitmelf wit'h the t^of^Mii'l'ties of ti.nMi>tion of the peo|>lc during Hmj (wsit ses-!�ion He �hwl provod himself to be an alvic and consoion'tious man, and was stronger loduy tihan ever. Askosi �l>oi*t Mr. Himmons, Mr. Ciishing' .sn.riO to $H.50 In Orjjftiidie with loccand pl�iitB...............$4.50 to $7.00 In ChauiVmiy, with embroidery......................$4 to $t� These aro by far the prettiest gooils it luis been onr privilege to liuiulle. We Invite Inspection. PerfectiOD to Men's Salts We have it, and show this weeli Men's Light Tweed Suits at $10 and $12.50 that are a wonder for vaUie and workmanship. ^ �. J. Hi FURNITURE DEPARTMENT UPSTAIRS 0 ESTABLISHED 1817 Ca^til all MM HP..... RewrvedPiurf........ BilMce Profit Hi Lots. .SM.IM.IN . II.WI.IM MS,IW Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: RIGHT HON. LORD STaATHOOMA AHO.MOUNT ROVAL, O. O, m. 0. ates r. BECVE Lethbridge Branch - iJ.*^; TO PEACE RIVER Hon. W. H. dishing to TO THE FAR~NiNmi COUNTIY Vill Vistt Cardsttn and Sckct Site far Court Nausc. Rain has hoen falling �t�adily here |4'or three days. It is UMlersiood the rain has ticen general ithroughout ilic Proviflcc. Vhe farmers are delightod now, and pr�tict ihenvy crops, as the rain came at a n�o�t op|M>rtunc tfiine. V. B. Bowinan, the weather observer Kei-e, informed the HeraM this morning that t*i# raMtfali up to t>hi� morning amounted to 1,85 inches, and he was ccwfldent it would i�uoh the 2 inch mark. AN 0\Jt aiULlS. .1. T>. Higiinbothom, in a lotter to the Winnipeg Kree I'ress, says: The fast copy of t.ho Free Pioss lo reooh me con'tair.fl an account of two Bibles dated 1733 and 1753, respective-l.v. In have in possc-smon cm dated in three places 1540, vir,., at the beginning of I'hc Psulnus. Prophets and .\pocry|iha, and ir�4l at the liegin-niflg of t4ie Now Testament. Thi� you will note antedates the above mentioned editrhaps some of your re�(.1-ers may 'l>e aWe to inform us rli still more ancient editions. LABOR MKX PASS HKSOLil'TION. At a mooting of the LKemselvcs accoi>dingly. DULWIOLI. MINES GOOD. Winnipeg Free Pitss; Thos. Uoder-wuod, managiing director and secp^ tar.v of the lluhvell Coal and Iron M'inr* Co., is i'n the city, a guest at the QueiHi's. Mr. Underwood has just rcturi)o�l from a month's trip, inclitd-ing eti�lern ci'tiies and Boston. While on the trip, he made arrangentonts for the purchase' of an ui>-al>lo stock upon the market. The plant to tie ins>talled is of large onpacI>ty, capable of takinff out l.OOO tons |ier day. The area inclwletl in the mining pro|>eity m .^,J.a2 acres. The entiit! capacity of the iiviitie is ostiimated as 'in the noighborhocd of 10,000,000 tons. Th2 (p�ality of the coal is �>i>ortefl by eVfMTt.s to lie �f|ua.l. to the woll-known Gait coal. Bos>tdes his minnig intoi-csts, Mr. lJndrwooil oarriee on an e.vtensive contracting business in Calgiary, He was for eight years an alderman and snrvtvl two yaars as.nia.vor. He Is now n memlMr of the Calfary sohool hoard. GOOD NEWS Wdl ApiMiratus For jcttkfs JUMOALMSri^O K CREATED City af UlhMlgc Is la be tlie Icadfurters. .1. .stocks. I>epi>ty Minister of Put,-!ic Work's, has nove f>rob�l>-I.V made near TwK)r. Hon. C. W. Cross. Atlorney-fk'ner-al of A'lherta, will visit I^Mhbri'dgo in the course of a few weeks. His visit has relerpnce to .tlie locaition of a new juJiC'ia4 rtimrict for the ridings of Me-poinimcnt of a Mherifl' and a clerk of the court here, and a little later probably ft resideivt jwlge. -. .fi> HKAVV HAIN PELL Vtm THREE DAYS ONTARIO .SETTLERS GROW. Tide of IimwiKrat'�" Flowing Towards That Province. . Toronto. U4y 13.-Tlie tide ct im-inifrr�t>.on ini�k Ontario sceins to iii-cran.v anriii� to Ixj moving alongnfli?g, May IS.-.laiiK^s .1. Hill, pr(.>sirtein 111 I'lvB (ireat Northern llB'ilway, was the lion of Winnijtog today H* was feasted, din'Od and welcomed l)y the 'irUia'bitants in a manner that 'huis boeii the lot of nu other man in recent years. Winni-pegeis are Jiappy bccaus*. he toW thorn how groat their city was to lyecoine �n.d hccause he promised to make it the nead quarters for the wcstorn Caniv.lian system of bho Great .Northern. Hill made tlutw speeches, the fnxt at tlie f^anodiivn club liiiM-heon. thfn Ijefore the t>t�i�nd ol tra'de, awd to-nigiht at the Alanitot>a CKih. In all his speeohes hv s|>oke fivoly o* the new line h- is to 'build from the Pacific Coast Winnipeg. I-nlerviewod on arrival, WiJl said: "We havrn CumaKla. There 'is tto occasion for nu)ri3 lines north 'Of Lake Superior. WuHt from Vancouver through 'the llockies. By a .year from this tall we will be througfh the mountains lo tilw prairie. B.v the time the i�eC'h, HW .said: ''Before dwlng, 1 to say, [tatie care of your piihlic domain. l>o not lie afraid 'to let it go to the man w^ho wants to cultivate it, but I don't give'ii away in blocks any more." Calgary, Altn., May 14,-C. \y. jAoterson, .wcretury of the Live Stock .Vssocintion, ii�lervnewg' coiifHtioii. It is Hie concensus of opinion among Ibe hrervk-rs that it is �ira�i ings was-the vote of thjimks 't'omlerwl lo .Auctioneer Paislc.v at' tlK! closing iikoetiirgs. I'roliably no other auetionoor in' Canada would 'have .stood a sale ok' almost two .'l it is safe to Say that nt-ver was I'ive stock jiHiglng more .erforiii-t>d. 'l^ jiKlgii'ivg coniiK-tit'ion was an innovatitm lieiv. aiwl in view of the gi'i^at inteii!St taken in thiit oxi'Urt, it is evident that 'tili'is department of the sIh>w w'ili 'develofj very inatpiial-ly in the 'i'tiiniedia'te rminv. 'It is (piiitc evideirL fhat inoiv ac-connmKltition is ivquiiNtl in ilic solo ri'i>g, and it'is ui) to 'llif City of Calgary to provi'de a larger ilioiWIiiis this .vear. T'ivo pn-seii't biii'liliiig a iimke-sh'if't in any > I>cii�(r in-vvi-init>�i�ikd for its pif.sen't. \iw. 1 liki-the propo'ial to coiiiifine a -salt? |>a-vilion, ciirlirvg rink aiKl leiM iiih> luill "f was ^'erv� imicli grU't ilii-d witli the inteiX'.st IiIm' li'li'/ens o( Calg'�iry �took in the show, aiitl the very sat-isfaotory altfiMluiuv at. i he groiiii'Js However, tl was a |>iiy Ihiil live n'b-.sencc' of (lags and oilwr dvi-iiiai ion.s usual on such ocia.-ioiis sluml'il lv;vvi! conveyod to oni' n-win.v \i.s-ii(ii-s rt-ii it-roneoiis iiiipiv'.ssioii Miat ilu'Cit.v of t!;al�?nry hiwl any inir the (iratvd Trunk Pacilic, arpi\oi1 on Sa-MiiNlay in FaI-inonton, awl toitay utattd 'to the 'l\;legrain i'opiv.s'fnta'i i\e 'that t/ho Yellow Hott'i I'ass han-ton. The Giaiwl Trunk I'aciru-, ho fHi'ki, had arrived at no ih'clsio^n as to ontranee into that i-jly. H�'s|x'nt I the t'lnie ss'i'nce his arri\al in i'ns|iect.-"ing the .surveys aroirml tihe ci'l,.\- and t'he river crossings. Several surve.y parties 'have left for 'the moun'tains during the fwst w�i�jjk. One roinainod but has i�c.eived ortlers, aiwl wiil start, uunorrow. Ta what you will neod for the next three or tour nioiitlis. Our Rain Coats Rubbers and Umbrellas WILL PROTECT YOU We are sliowiiig H Big lioe of Raincoats Til Dark Grey inatorials at $5.00 $7.50 $10.00 UmbreUas In btiyirig these you wanf the kind that will give X'^ Good - Service I The kind that will not split or tear after they ivre worn a few times We Have Them You need the Protection. We supply the gooda that afford it A. SOUTH/UU) I ���� Moaaaaaaaaaae a R A X T Rl> Lie EN SE8. A NOVICL SCHKAIK. The Licence Commissioners for this dislrlot mot here twluy and gt-atnt^d the applications for renewal of licenses here and at Tabor. As a result ol Judge l^endergawt's d.'ciftion annulin^ all election protests and ciiiiinissing thi.' apfieal in ,Prince Albert, H�sk., Mr. Haultain has g'iveii iHVtice' of a 'bill to malte territorial controved eleotion acts I applicable to and retroactive for all protiesi.� following provincial elect ion Tbere aw nineteen seats affected. Areola, Sask., May J.'l-An Aivola I business, man in\s imaU'giirn'KMl a iiniqiH* competition. lie dlTcr.s iIm' dollars in cas'h, or Uie Lcs.!. silk blouse to lie 'Iwid in Ari-Dla. i" i'hc I IikI.v who will .sliDut Ilie iiKv.-il gophers wi'lh'iii a sjivi-'ilii-'d linii' 'Pile lady iiiust Ut'ki' Ikt m-issois along and snip olT till' i'lul.'i of llu'ir tails, and �Ihew- are Ki be ()ri-.s.'niector of the It. N. W. W. P., and a son of the late Sir Davki McNierson, is dead. The Cosh Store We hAve a few special bargains on our centre 4^' table (liat will be worth investigating. t Prints % Prints, ivgtilar priof 12.';C aiKllac. onr prico.............. 10c I Shirtings ^Oxfdiil Sliirtiiigs, regular price 124c aiitl loc, onr price .... lOe Ginginanis Gini^hanis anil Cliambra.vs, reoiilar price l.'ic and 2(lc, onr price........,.................................. .12^0 Sateens S�tet!us and Englisii (itdeteas, regular price 20c, anrpric?>.. 15c Carpet Squares Velvet Pile Siniares, iixSli S20.00; HUi................ 25 00 Briissela Squares, HxiH,^15.00; Hix4 .................. 20 00 Taijostry Stiiuirea, ^xiU, $'.1.50; ;}.U4................'... 12 00 ^ Linoleum Nairn's Linoleum - We wonkl iigain rtMiiiiid yon that we Z are sellitiy Printed Lifi()l(Mitii.s, regiilrtr price $1.25, our a price...............................................90c Z Irduid Liiiol(Hiiii. fv.LCiilur ^'-i^, our price........... 1 50,^; I ^ A full Hill' l^iidii's' Skirts at the very lowest pricei. %a  J;) It will yny tlie Cash Buyer to call and fjet pricei. �  f - M i A. Macdonald (& Co. Lethbridge AlberU ;