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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta -1 �7 * VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGE, AI-BEUTA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1006. NEW FALL1 CLOTHING FOR MEN 1 - -* 7' (ft* Our now fall clot lung for tnon ia urriviitg fast. Suits and Qvorcoats in all tin* now fall and winter pnttt%B. Kvery garment over $12.00 jrunrniitoi'd purely tailored. Men's Tweed Suits. single or double breasted, price $8.00 Men's Suits, single or double breasted, price.......$10 00 Men's Tailored Suits, of imported Tweeds and Worsteds ..$12.00, *15.00. $20.00 J_ 1 ft 4 ^^1 Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lethbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,900,000 HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Ami. Ch'I Ma BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A imril lanklng fcHiifl.it tr.Mactatf. accauntt may  aaaaai Ml laMaaW* few mall wild all kraackai � Ikli tana. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of $1 and upwards, received, and Interest allowed eurrent rates. The depoeltor le subject to ao delay wfcat* ever In the withdrawal of the whole or^i portion of the depoeit BRANCHES IN ALBERTA CA Li i A K Y CI.AKKSIIOLM EDMONTON iiu;ii kivku 4\'\ISr AIL LEAVINGS LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD 5TAVELY NANTON PINCIIER CHEEK ST RATH CON A rONOKA medicine HAT RED DEER VEGREVILLR VERMILION WETASK1WIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE. MANAOBR EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK CAPITAL . KESEUVK. HEAD OFFICH . Jb\\hwi�i.l Jami:s Mac $ .1,000,000 $ 1,-|H?ar ridiculous, especially>'nry a couple well known in Lethbridge. It uas felt that such an event must not be allowed to pass unnoticed. Therefore, some two hundred inn tut ions were sent out as follows: 'The pleasure of your company is requested nt a gathering of i-lil timers to be held at the residence ni Mrs. 1 fodder on Tuesday, Soptem'icr 1th at 7..IO p.m.. to celebrate the golden wedding of Mr, and Mrs. IV 4. McKay." The invited guests were nearly all I-ethbrMge old-timers of twenty yoars standing. They responded well Some were unavoidably absent; nut few families were left unrepresented. Mrs. Hodder's house and lawn made an admirable meeting-place. The weather wus perfect, the compan> cot/,eniul, nnd the music excellent. Mm. Hoove sang t hut most upftrop riate of songs, "Ihirby and .loan" nnd then "Mary of Argyle. ' M>s Agues Hardie sang "My Ain K. !k ' The instrumental music was itr it* tied by Mrs. Xeale ami Mr. kittle The guents present anil ubsmt i n\-ious to give Mr. and Mrs. McKe\ somo outward and visible sign � i the esteem in which tm\v are held made tip a purse of gold to lie p e- sentwi to tliem at this ndebrfftion. 1*he presentation was made by l�r Mewburn In a neat little speech Mr. MacKay feelingly and graivfully acknowledged the gift. ^ Mr- MacKay* crimes of a long-lived slock. His parents spent W year�i of wocd that when the time came to celebrate the diamond wedding all might again U* permitted to attend. After the presentation ami the k|k�erhes refresh -meats wen* served. Then the com- you a iv a ware I ho, City in discharge ol' its duly to police anil protect life and properly wHhin its limits has left no stone unturned to secure -t'he conviction of the persons responsible for t he out rages recent- ly perjietrntcd a I. the houses of Simmons and .1. Scott. H. papy sang in honor of the guest^ of the evening. "For tliey are j good fellowH," and the gathering dispersed after the singing of "And l.ang Syne." N. W. M. IV AT KltAXIv Inspectorate May b*� Moved From pinrhcr Pnvk. 'Pieiv Prank. Sept. H.-Su|k�rintondent Primrose of the R.X.W.JkJ.I*. from Macleod, wuk here on (Saturday on a tour of inspection und suggests vs- tubUshing an insinvtorate here m-Ntead of at lyncher Creek, ih's l^e-ing a more central location. 'the inspector's positiinn hus l^vn vacant a- for some time owing to ins|�ector Kemis having been sent north to f'eace River. TOOK OKOTOK'K S(\\M�. I>dhbrhlge (*ricketers scoiv Vh-tory Over flood Team. R. S. OHOUSTON. Qk.\C�AI. ma.VAafM Pranones and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in London, England, New York. Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers* Circular Lettexsof Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafu ftohi available at all point* in United StateaT Europe and Canada lnt�r��t allowed on deposit* mt currtnCrafea Lethbridge Branch a. r. Manager REEVE Lethbridge cricketers aiv milt winning. They went to Okotoks on Monday and ^d^y^d the team wnich has given that town (pule a repu -tation un a cricket centre. Only one innings was played and l^OVbridge. succeeded in winning by a good margin. A. fi. Lucas played cm el-lent cricket for Lethbridge and had 50 runs to his credit before he wat- put out. OkotokH made d7 in the first innings and Lethbridge 08. The Lethbridge team was composed of Allen, Lucas, IlingH, Brooks, Or. Stewart, Maynard, Kirkham, (i. Ilf .lolinst in. O'Donnell, (l. Maynurd. Skeith. OkotokK has promised to play a return game here in a few weeks. The Presbyterian Sunday . Soho d held a picnic at the river boMoin on Monday. A uplendid time wu� apont by all. The city police and especially Inspector Parry did everything in (heir pover to" seeurx* evi-dence und succeedi�d in securing t-he cxtmmittal of the person accused in both char-but this could not have l>een done had not the A.It. & I. Co. at thelast moment came to the assist - anca of the city nnd furniHlied us with the evidence of a deteelfve, although by so doing laey �n,t of the person or persons responsible tor the attempt to blow up bouses in both of which women and children were residing, but the ucensed was defended by Counsel \\. C. Ives ami p. K. Harris both of whom were re-tnined by the Miner's I'nion, the bit ter |�ersonally by F. H. Sher - ma n. On the public platform on Mon-da>, Mr. Sherman publicly m^dc the lolloning slatenumts; That there not within the city limits but so :er track if the coal company hn**,. not Uroiffht up I'hiel (l�'t�'Ci i\es from f*hieago. That he has positive i-vi dene** that the tletectives incited I these arts ami if they had not got out suddenly the\ would have l�*eu prosecu-terl. With the first of 1 hese st ai eiiieni s v\e have ihhhitif; 'e do Whcther it s t nit* or not t hat t he C,,ui (*oiu puny did m�t enuugi* di-lectives tin til after the two explosions at *\, does not cutiivrn us as No. l\ is not with in the cit\ limits Imt so far us t he N minions and Krbt | eases are concerned it is of course the dul\ of the t'it\ in sift them to the bottom and .ecure if possible, \\w pimislmient oi cnihy parties, and if Mr Sherman lin> tile kositive evidence he saul he had it was clearly his dut> Ia> it bi'ioti* (he pro|HT idlhiaN Hut Iut-k11\ it i- ti"i >et tuo lute The cii> has mi iiihirmation us to tvhetlhT iiairr limn i.i ii Oi (his, the offence of inching ti� ^uch acts Is an ex-iradi^ltie ohVni i he importance of this matter to the  ii> . 1 do not tLio\ we an,,nl t.. inimre Mr. Slier man's slaiemenl that he has positive evidence august any person of inciting outiuue*. whicli aiv u disgrace in It and Would suggest thilt von la\ i lie* mat ter before I he Mayor and t'oiinnl ami obtain their Inst met ions a- � �" should or sho'iid imt v rite to Mr Sherman r*fpiesiin� lorn to produce \ idenre u hich best .It es thiit ^teps may be - � i h > 1 � t 1 - 1 S. r You need the good* We need the V money You eu'l go f wrong you go cltcwKfrt f-:\*\ \ : -X':,-: a �� 1 * -V 1 f ' "a V - / 1 r 1- J x " � h -1 . * - 7 J 1'. V,".. - i a- m i -t'1 .1 y^ux _ 1 � - s Y - -.1 f } '4 - A FOR MEN WHO CARE TO DRESS WELL h �i Never before has the Shoemaker's art reached such perfection as it has this year. Right in the front rank you will find "WALK-OVER" SHOtiS with all that is new and good in Style, Leather and workmanship. Their new lusts are simply perfect, nnd our assortment of new fell styles which have just eome to hand in Patent Leather, Box Calf, Velour Calf, Vice Calf, Vice Kid, Kangaroo, etr., will astonish you. 1 ri � M B. It 1 F m r- h 1' ^ 1 L I - _ 4 1 _ _ H. -r v ^ - "1 X1 J - L i Thit Style ^. . , IKNMfKfillSMI(Hx^a ' F T - OTHER SHAPES OTHER STYLES Brond Shoet for Heavy Men PATENT VICE KID...f0.0O GREAT VARIETY Lifht Nntty Shoes for little Fellows Good Shoes for Everybody Built on a sure basis. - t HTUH CLASS KAILOR- MAIJK Sl'ITS AND IT THEY'RE ARSOLI'TE VALl'ES K build clothes from the fuundation up t The shape is fixed on a reliable base of stalwart canvas a ad good prude hair-Cloth. We next needle-mould the cloth s to make that shape a manency lasting as long cloth. Semi-ready is specialized tailoring which takes a short cut to reiultJ by " made in quantityM "finished to order" methods. It is a pleasure to show you the suit that would suit you, eveu if you have no thought of immediate purchase. Finished to order. WE TAILOR SUITS TO YOUR TYPE. THEIR INDIVIDU ALITY WILL PLEASE YOU u SOUTHARD Phone Lethbrtdg Attn. use evi�r> elloi't t*> et-uteil. provided be m'ei*Nh.i iy **\ ulelire. have iln'iu pt��h-furiiisluMl ' If* i:\iber Vietllii *�( the MeUVlUe Hut \\ reck. ISAXS WON ON A KOl't.. -Htiltlinir Xel- by fouling *loe OobilleblH, Sept, ;t. Mill lost IimIii.V s il^b-t tiuiis hi Hi*' l-inl round of lh�* U*M aiwi luii^esi fi^bt seen (u nutti.v ^*.irs A LOCAL BUDGET. Two }*oor ut all. The Solicitor vvas instruel.-d in n iwfi Suipmk uiuiu-uis* -iIV 'H-1* he find any information ib.i tl*e deterliveK employed reren1l\ bv t-be Coal Pompnnv inritwl the .-cent outrages in dynamiting the nty wtll Mo*licine Hut, Allg.. Sept. 4.- A* the result of ijijiirieH receivisl iti the rei'i'iil accident ut ibis point oil the riMt I'.nKineer Hose dii*d on Sunday , und the condition of Kn^'new (Ilover und Kirenuin t'ornisb bus he i-oine even inoi'e Cfittciil N'othiUK bus yet biH'ii heant of Operator Mu.tl(l. whtme error at Munition* Juni'tion is said to have been responsible for the accident. Tratlie hits been resumed on the line laying u new t rac:k"ai'tuuul he tvroe.k. CoiupKrut ions have arisen i connection with the Coroner's 111-vesLi^aliun thiMUKh .furyiueu I- II Cochran uik! I (I. Kleaftvr ii*fusin� to act. They state that for years past the\ have always Imhui singled out for this service utut are prepared to lake the consequences of refusing to uct. One buck>ktu i >\VJ)el' lllil> I lit I Onto my premises, ma iv with harness on. have suiue by proving pi'opi*rt> i tuiying expeiisi's II. LINK. Twel\e Mile Couleii llu\e you se*-n the shell SijU *� venir Roiuls at Sagi^s.' He worries .iIh�u( their rheopness. Buy t)m goods. y*m will cry for more. -o 4 % LOST till STIS \N I'h I .iifit. si ii* \ ed or st olen on 1 s| horn it 'arm 1 } miles \ oi Let hbridge. a light lia\ with white spot on fuivhetrd white on loud I'.'gs. HrandiNl \Ml left fore shoulder and la'/y 11 right hip. weighs about 7"> co muuicuting with C. H. Macglllls. rut wuiuti In away at tatit-liridge alter u man iiuiimh) Albert I'aut who is wan ten I on a criminal charge ut Maple Creek. The oltence wus cotninit U*d fost fall but"tho ac-(used has only jusl boon ciipi.uik**ii at Havre. Montana, and brought tack to this country.- Medicine lint Times. Pi do The Kt Club purpow holding a �*�g. dance to morrow evening If they ran secure music. Ladies ure asked to supply a few light refreshments. Shoop'B noKtorative would for them, Dy�|>ep8ia would prac * tically l>e a diKi^a>�k of the past. Pr. Shoop'H Heslorativo reaches stoniach i�roubles by its direct tonic action upon the inside nprvon-'tha iruo stomach muveK. Stomach fiistreKN or weuknebs fuline�fi bloating, belch-. J. D. Higinbotlwwn * Co. E � I ;