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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta IT* LfcTHBKIDGE, ALBERTA. FKtlJAY, MAY 2*. 1900. NUMBER .� 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. z � ..... ........� COME TO TERMS The Miner's Union and Lundbreck Coal Co. AGREEMENT USH EOR A YEAR Scale of Wages ForWffertitt Classes of Wark. V. II. Sherman, district president, and John It. Unlvin t> mnnnger. If 'they fail to ugfeu, the mower will i announcement was made to 'th? ttarakl hy Hon. I'. W Cross, Attorney-Ueneral of Allien a THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO B. C. WALKER, Generut Manager AI.KX. LAIRD, Ant. C.enl Manager BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND NEW CHURCH Bishop Pinkham Makes Suggestion TO ST. AUGUSTlWcONCREGATIONl TMtiks a UrgeTTdlfke Is Needed In UlhkrMge. His Lordship ItiMliop plnkluim, of Califary, visited l.othhrldge on Sunday noil preached tit both services to congregation* that. III led Ht. Augus-j tin's church, j At the morning surv.|co the rite of confirmation was administered to llfte--n candidates. IMiIm wtis the Ihlrrt rlnss ronflniwd within a ,vr-or, and i� t>vldi>ne�> of the iiro^fcxs Ht. AogiiNtln's oluirrh i.m nMikin^. There was ohorul riMiiniunion wrvioo in the tiioriri'na', 'thv nniRji' nuludltig Mon-dcllsohu's Kyri*' an*I a ttorvliv rom-l>osc-(i hy tin- iviMof, Hi'v. .1. S. Ohiv.T�. In t4vt> t�>xt found in St. John's g�is|>i-l. tlio ]Otih fhapter and 2!bvl vew. "Verily, Wril.s. I Hay I'nlo You, 'Wluusovvi-r Ye Shall A�k 'Hm Kwther U\ My Satw lk� Will �lw It You " IMs l.oivlKhi|> |�tinltol'Og. Ml*. Cross runic ..................... ....... - to town WodncMiay ntglM and n- priwUhHH (rf the local union^ a�d the hm,!^! |m �H d,a,v, leaving on thin mine uramiger, and if they full to niomtoff'a truin lor Maclpod. ttg-r.i;. Kmi lh.- nitttaer shall tie re- owing to t4�o Ineivaiwd amount of IcnikI 4iM of Uw torn- btitilwML Mr. Cross �tated, Ui� ....................... , l�nny nini the dinti'lvl pivskktit of UowrninerttMmd rteelikvt to e�tat>liHh !',nl "''s wfts a "l*'> uiiiiMi. T4K' men hiv to �t'ay at sovi-ral new JtxIloWll uiorkrrt�. Thi� |uem>n>t dUttriet of South- ninny* |k>o|>Ic only proywl when tn (Kljnwlinenl. Pl., AHw^rtn h�k -ticon ilU"kk hmlri4 of pi'ayur. iroin the itiiiiera' wages dues, ansens- VV'hut ofltcialH will be tvcro-wiry ftM>rldg�. all miners inted to His Lordship paid a flattering sholl he ijiven the preference over thiH position." compUment to the olioir. and ik>- "Will 'the establishment of a judlc- dared it was the IxM choir in the tal district here neces�itat� theerec- (of�se. | On your feet will keep them contented and well $ dreeted. Price* $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 When "Wdlk-Overt*" Ko on Shoe troubles go off | new men The company is given tlie right to - ' ------� ----�- c� ~ I'lUl uimi'iw �ivi�: ir�.� - employ nmi discharge, to^t affrecal.tion of a new huMd4�gf" _ _^ * * _. .11......___iIHUol ........� . ... _ ,, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE. MANAGER - Furniture - Another carload of Purnitviro to hand this week conaistini; of & Iron Beds, Springs and Mattreseet, Dressers and Stands Folding Beds Bed Couches, Etc. not to iliscriiniiiflto against union I men. No employee has the right \o ob I sent himself from work Mit.luitlt I |k-rmission. Tlve company will deliver all tint' bers 'to the �nearest cross cut to face in rooms; in eirtries as near tlie working placu as po.ssHile. The company will furnish oil to At the evening service FUxlon's "Won, t.h�,t is uncertain. Your prcs- Mniniiflcnt ami Nunc Oimittis was ent count hoviso is used for Domin wnj,.,.^!, ai>1| ,.ho mnU, ,|Iia,.,,.H,. ion Lands Olttee and CiiHtoina House, snnt, ,lK. nnthein, "The Itadiant and it is not unlikely wc will take MrtrH, service over this building from -the Domin- wns o( on Oxcepiiotmlly high char-ion Government at a fair valuation ncl(M ftm, |M,niHt, o( tho and use 'It entirely for court house congregnt.ion. l. SOUTHARD The "Wslk-Over" Shoe Man for Lethbridge, Alberta I �i*#o##o###********o#*ei �������o \K'r ion, and lump coal at $H.OU. erss........$2.50 .Timber Handlers.........*'J.75 LuliorcrH... Switch lto.\H...$l.'J5 to $1.50 Ihioi- lloyH.....................fl.OO For outhiuV- iimmi the scale i�: ...., .,____............... HoiNliug Kttpiiuwrri, for tonI c-rninent. I realize i'lw neeeasity I hours. .lODItlN'G CO. WAHKHOCSrc. Vew Ituiming to le 1'fKler Con�truc-| t.ion Soon. �....v^- ............________, - Plan.s for the new warehouse of the | new |>nr��l, and busy at once, -the Government may ossoon as they are completed the | lie |iersuudid to etx-et u buikiing for contiaei will be let und (ho work of postoMif, lands oltitv and custom's consnucMon comitKmctsl. The huild-offlce>. ittg will be of the most up-to-date Will * ludge located here," character. It will he 10i3 f.ot was the ne�t fpieiy iii>vl at the At- square and will lie located, as most torney General. people know, at the southeast corner Not just yer we are going 'to have a the remainder of 'the building Ixtiog lands'title ofllce lien-.'' brick. The warehouse will lie sup- Well, -the ma it for twelve hours ___........... Itailway cur loaders, $'J.50; mine ent 'troublo, and would do his. ut car i as follows: Warden, $2. 300: Deputy. �1.">��0; Matron. $500; llivr.nv-.l mill "re *"  � - - -------- | . , ^, Cross woukl soon remedy the pros-\ ^T^'Jll SOO) Chtil'lartis. *I.OO0 each. Trade in*!motors mwl aMemlivnts range] from $d�K� out 75 years old, but quite robust. Dumont !r\-isl ipiiutly on a river lot at G'Wbniel Crossing, which was namoil tifler him., on iho Noeth Saskatchewan river, it is 'due east of Knath ern. The Indians and Uali'Ureeds wor tb4ipe4 him, Of the much-talked-of Tineher of our insane, and tin' Mm" has ar- Creek oil wells, the latest geological rived when we must have a pro- report Ivns this to say, from obanr vincia.1 uKyluni." vat ion*, made up "to the summer of Mr. VronH think* Letnliridge is a 1004. splendid city, and l�elieves we have "Small i|ii.xntitie� ol |�troleum of a great, futme ahead ol us. lie was fine quality conto ns wWch ,nav eJti"t lho "lr*la associated with several other public J troderlyiroj the giv-ut plain east of bodje8i I tho Uouky Mountain* in Alberta," The Cosh SMre We have a few tpecial bftrgaint on our centre table that will be worth it.ve.tigating. Prints �| Prints, regular price 12Ac tuul 15c, our price.............. 1.0c Shirtings e# ^ Oxford Shirtings, re^ulttr price I2^c ami 15c, our price .... 10c Ginghams 2t GinKiiums ami Clmuiltraya, regular price lac and 2c, our j[ price...............................................12jc Sateens Satei'ita ami EukUbU Galeteoa, regular price 20c, our price.. 15c j� Carpet Squares Velvet Pile Squares, !ix8i $20.00; Bftxi................ 25 00 Bruaaela futures, .'tx.'ti $15.00; 3|x4.................. 20 00 Tapestry Squares, �x3i $9.50; 84x4................... 12 00 Linoleum Nairn's Linoleum-We would again reuiind you that we are selling Printtnl Liuoleuuis, regular price $1.25, our price...............................................^Oc Inlaid Liuoleum. nigulur price $2 00, our price........... 1 50 A full line Lmlii'81 Skirts ut the Very lowest prices. It will pay tin' C'ash Buyer to call and get prices A. Macdonald Lethbridge - - Alberta ;