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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ICe HeroM � '�--.'�A.^'.'i, VOLUME 1 LfcTHBRIDGE. ALBEBTA. FttCDAY. MAY 2�. 1�0�. NUMBER at We want our stock reduced to i 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 rtid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, VoRONTQ B. E. WALKER, General MaiiaKer ALEX. LAIRD, Aut.Gen'l MaMfW BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AMD IN THB UNITSb STATES AND BNOIiAND BANKING BY MAIL BMliiMS may b� triuwacted by mail with a&y taraadi of th* Bank. Accounts nay be oponod, and dopooito �Mdo or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid to ont-of-town accounts. CALGARY CLAUESIIOLM KDMONTON HIGH RIVER INNiiiFAIL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON STAVELY LETIIBRIDGE PINCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PONOKA VEGREVILI.E MEDICINE HAT RED DEER VERMILION t " WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K � NOURSB. jmanaobr Another carload of Furniture to hand this week consisting of Iron Beds, Springs and MattretMt, Dressers and Stands Folding Beds Bed Couches, Etc. Our stock is complete in this line. Call and see us before buying elsewhere. FURNITURE DEPARTMENT UPSTAIRS 01 I ESTABLISHED 1817 Cairftal all paid MP...................* RewrvMl FsM..... ....... '*!!!':!! BalaaccProiitawlLou.......... Head Office, Montrea' PRESIDENT: SiaHT HOK. LORD BTBATHOOWA AHD MOUMT ROYAt. &. O. MO. VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. SIR SKORGR A. DROMMONU. K. O^^ M. O. R. a, CLOU8TON, GRNBKAI. MANAOEB Branches and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in London, England, New York, Chicago, . Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued tor use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drtftt lolii avaiUbie 4t all point! in United States, Europe .and Canada liit�r**t llow*a an dvpoaite mt curr*nl>*l�a Lethbridge Branch - m. V. r. KECVE naBcr CONE TO TERMS The Miner's Union and Lundbreck Coal Co. AGREEMENTIJ^ EOI A YEAR Scale Wa^cs FarDiNcrciil Qasi-csofWarfc. F. II. Hhuinian, iH>8i(lont, and .lohii H. CiMlvin Pc4.ui-no(i Tttea-ihiy ni^i from Liinctbrcck, where ihoy hml ai'runjjtixl an ttgnMeat w.ith t4i� l.UfKtbrcck Coal Mining Co. and 't.hun,v, aikI Mi-Htiitf. SlxTnian, G�l-vin �iKl i�io locol'uHkcM'm, dowi n*t i.>.\pii\>, iin.t>il Mariti aisi, 1007. 'I'iw �L-iil ix-ovkIm ahot in any cntifl wlii'ix' iii ttmy appear iliivt a irioiiHlivr of ihe iiiwon itan. not 4>een lairiy tinfivtwj, a.pit imimuKco o* iho un>iiMi will iiuFct (tiu pi't bosx or iivint* iiuviHigur, If -they faiM' to agree, \iv� iii�'tr will ije Lieal't. with liy tMe pr.sKl�>iic ihj-icritvl >to it4H�it. of iAte cotn-IHiny ami the 'diMlrict piVKWiont of the ttniiwi. T4kndins an Hivv!)tiis>at'ion and u>:ljuvlmont. . The pit i;onHni>Ulm{>a'ny conccdcfi -tihe check-off .sy.s.ieivi, arxl will cloautt each mo^th irtwii t'ho mKicrs' wogoa dm-h, skihsss-nK>nls, fwM^s aiNl iwiation feo�. . The ctMnimny wUi pay � a day to all tt�in�rK noriii�ii c-andiiiou of hi� work-int; pliii'e, .s4iail 'be |>ampluy ami diHChargo, t>|!ft}; agreen not ' to discriminate ugoiinst. union men. So employee has the right ito �b-sont himsoM from work without (K>rmis�ion. , Tht" comimny will iteiiver all tin�-bcrs 'to the nc-arosit cross cut to foce in rooms; in entries an near the work^t>g place as poaitrbte. 'I'he cofhpany will furnish oil to the ini-n for safety lamps, and will dolivei* iiut coal to theif employte* ut $2.5)> iKV Ion, and lump coa.1 at $3,00. 'I''> to 91-50 l�oor lloya...,:................91.00 Foi- oiitfiMe' men llie scale ia: UoiNting k^ngincers, 94 for ten hours. lllacksmHh. 9a-'�0 for ten houKs; Iwjlpuis, 92.uO (or ten hours. Car|wnier.s, 93.50 (or ten hours; hel|ters, f^.-OU. Firemen lOnginoers, 93.50 (or tweiive hours. Uankmen, 92.50 (or twelve hours. Itoiilway car lo�(lers, 92.50; mine car int lirvod quietly oil a river lot at Ciabniel t'rositing, Med uflcr him> on the NoHh Saskatchewan river. It is .ige' has bem made the b.^�ic|Maifker�l of .\ll>eria, yefftciKlay mon�lr� all. d to hear siiwill debt cases, and no avoiid the deioy that now exists?" "Well. I can'le, and (or that reason I am having lawyers appointed to this position." ''Will the etttabtfishment of a judical diMpict here 'DecMiBitata Who erection of a m�wbwtkli^^ ''Well, that is uricortoiin. Your present count house is used (or Domin ion Lands OfHce 'and Cufftoma House, and it Is not" unlikely we will take over this building (rom itoe DotninT ion Gov*rnmt�nt at a (ait; valuation and use 'it entirely for court house and court officials," was Mr. Croisis' reply. ^ , ; l^is is an tmi oriant statement, and may, pav* liic way (or tto erection of H new government .'building here, as the immoral of the.Dmttin-ion Lands Ofiico an.i the Custont's Office would necessi'tat*! iook'ing Aor now quarters, and if the itown gets busy a't onoe, .>� 'Well, "the nia'tter of estttbiishing new lands titles oiBces has not baea set tied yet, as we have to 'tdy the. present /^troiiMa, and would do bis- ut-aioiti, to supply the south country with this conv'flinience. ".'ire you going 'to esUkblish any public iu�M�tution8 ihis year?" "Quite likely." ha implied. "At M�nito4ja present we are payiitg 93,'i.OOO a year (oi 'live maintenance of our insane, ani the time has arrived when weiieveK we have a great future ahead of us. He was surpriMd at the city's sixe ami a(i-fieaianco.. THE MliW. OFFICIAf^at Malc.olm Yount)^ of t}5ress St. .^iigiistin's church is making. There Vr'tts choru4 coniiuuiiitm service lin the nioriring', 'the music incliKtiiig Men'-fk^ltsohn's Kyrie an tl, ihif lOth chapter and 2:tivl verse, "Vei'liy, VVril.v. I Say (.''nlo You, "Whs'tsoever Ye Shall Ask Tiio Fa'lher iii My Name Ho Will Give it Voii." H'ls l.oivlship 'iioi'nted out thnt this was a sfieciai soosoii for prayer. Ho runiai-kcd that a good main.v' ficoplc only prayck\ 'lx�l ho said they .S'!iould pray unceasingly, Wc shoiil'd realixe Oorls infiliilenef�� in wisdom and power. He urgpd 'the 'imfM>rt.ance of forming th? hoAnt oi pra.ver. TK' Bishop made� very important reference to the nect'ssity of a laiger eiiurch in 'the parisli of I�tiibrid8e. Ho .spoke in pleasing leriiiM of Ijcth-bridge's fecont creation as a ciity, and cmr-'4>as'iM'd ilie luf*! of a com-mtKlious anil '(vt'travtivc chiiroli to afford accommodation for the inr civasing populaition. He trusitud this matter wouM 1k> taken u,>. The HeraM undBi-stands that ttie question of bU'i'kting a new, church or enlarging the present ectiflce 'is. now under ccm^rderation. His Lordship paid a flattering compliment to the ohoir,- and declared it was the best choir in the :illht��e'.-  � �. "At the e\'ening service R))don'9 Magnificat anri Nunc Oimittis was rendtHwl, ami the niale quartette sang tibo anthem, '''The Radiant Morn." The mii.'tic at ilKJtih sfervicos was of an exceptionally high character and won >the praise of t'hc congregation. joiiBTNO co. wahs:house. Nej*- Buikliitg to he Under Construction Soon. nan,s for the new warehouse ot the JoblMiig Co. are ilx�ing pre|>ared, an:l j^oon as tiiey are completed the contract will tie let and the work o( consKiiction commenced. The building will l>e ot the mos't'up-to-date character. It will 'lie 100 (tot square and wiil he located, as most people know, at tt'he entire building. The front will he of cement blocks, the remaind�r of the building Ixjing brick.The u-aiv>hoii.se will lie siip-pliied with elevators, cold .storage, refrigerators, fruit room ami oil mcKlorn conveni�"nces. The building will cost about 940,000, AI.BEIITA PFM'IENTTARY. Ottawa, May 21.-The salaiits of the officials of ttie Alhoita i.or.'i'n t'ier.v aiv as follows: Waivlon, 92, 200; Dep'it.v, 91,.WO; MMion, 9500; Surg�>on. 91,500; Stoiekee|wr. 91,-50O; Chaplains, 91.04X) each. Trade Instructor.": and aMendants range (rom 9�W0 to 91,0OO. . PINCHER creek oil pielps', Of the much-'talikcd-of Pincher Crock oil wells, the latest geological report has Ihis to say, from ohoor-vationo nia'd at. some tiistanoe out frVmi the fool of liw Hocky cr.v movetitent (or. the promotion oii�" �� -  tJM ci'tv'H weKani He has .|jeen'�'�'�"-t�"' "wlula- the ci'ty s weKara. .�ii,ns which mav e,xi*.t in the strata How Do Y�tt Treat Ywar F���? sorely they pet | walked on cnoaph to merit | a little aoniideration from yM ^'OlalkOvtr" Stm On your feet will keep tlicm eontenlcd and well dreftMd. Pricet $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 When "Walk-Overe" Ko on Shoe troubles go off A. SOUTHARD The "Walk-Ovcr" Shoe Man for LethbridgCp Alberul rue cosh $im ^ We have m few tpceial Wgiiat on o�r ecatre ^ table that wiU be wortb inveatigatiaf. Prints I Pfints. regular price 12^c and 15c, our price.............. LOc Shirtings Oxford Shirtings, regular price 12^c and lac, our price .... 10c # Cingliams I fOingfaauis and Chambrays, regular price 15c and 20c, our st price..,...____.....................................12i|o � Sateens 1^ Sateens and English Galeteas, regular price 20c, our price.. 15c Carpet Squares I Velvet Pile Squares, 3x3^ $20.00; 3|z4................ 25 00 | I Brussels Squares, 3x3^ $1^.00; 34x4.................. 20 00 Tapestry Squarat, 3x3^ 19.50; 3^14................... 12 00 Linoleum Nairn's Linoleam-We would again reniind you that we are selling Printed Linoleums, regular price 11.25, our I pric^^.............................................. 90o \Z Inlaid Linoleum, regular price $200, our price........... I 50 A full line Ladies' Skirts at the Very lowest prices.' It will pay the Cash Buyer to call and get price* A. Macdonald ^ Co. lUthbridge - - bodies, ;