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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta �Slip VOLUME 1 L�THBRIIKSE; ALBERTii THUfpDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1906. NUMBER ft NEW FALL' CLOTHING FOR MEN ^ Our new full clothing for men is arriving fast. Suits nnd . Overcoat? in all the now fall and winter pattellis. Every garment over $12.tH-) Knaranteod purely tailorod. ^ Men's Tweetl Suits, single or double broastwl, price !pH,00 Men's Suits, single or douMe breasted, price.......|10 00 Men's Tailored Suits, of im-portwl Tweeds and Worsteds ..$12.00, $13.00, $20.00 The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outlitters [ In Lethbridge GOLDEN JfEDDING Celebrated by Nr. and Mrs. D. J. McKay. PURSE OF COlTfRON friends Ufn Gilhcrliil at RcsMcncc tf Nn. HsMcr. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,900,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO 9. K. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Aatl. GmI MsMffM BRAMOHBS THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THB UNITED STATB8 AND SNOLAND A uswal lankini fesiiMU traiitselfrf. Aecsuntt may to SMRStf Mtf nniiMtt kf mall wilh all braactoi ! Ikit laiik. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT D�p�Mtta of $1 and upwards, rccsivcd, and inttrsst allowctf at aurrant rataa. Tha dcpoaltor is subicet to ao dalair wlM� var !� tha withdrawal of tha whola eiPMif ^ portion of tha deposit CALGARV CLAKESIiOLM F.DMONTON IIU'.H RIVER ISNISKAIL BRANCHES IN ALBBRTA NANTON STAVBLt PINCHER CREEK STRATHCONA PONOKA VEGREVItLB RED DEER VERMILION WETASKiWIN LEAVINGS LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSB.    IMJIAOE* EASTERN TOWNSHIPS oe BANK ^ c.\pit.\i.----- reserve.. , . , HEAD OFFICE Wm. Fakweli. $ ^,000,000 $ l,�iOO,000 SHERBROOKE, QUE. President James Mackinnos, ' General Mas'.4oer 55 Branches and Agencies in Canada Two branches just opened in Alberta COLEMAN under the nianagemcnt of George Ewiag TABER ttikder the management of F. E. Brine The patronage of these localities is respectfully solicited Savings Bank Di�pirtnient in Connection General Banking Business Carried On Ei^tem Townships Bank* Tobfr Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up...................tl4.IN.III Reserved Fuad...................... ie.lM,IN, Baiaaee Profit aad Lost.............. Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT; lOHT HOK. LORD STB4TH0OIIA AHO HOIIMT ROTAL, O. 0. H.O. VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. SIR aSORaR A. DRITMHOMO. K. C. M. O. R. a, OLOUSTON, okxibai, MANAaiH Branonea and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada A.lao in London, Elngland, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland TravaUers'^Ciroular Letters of Credit and Comnnercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts told svallabU �inniv-ersary of the tluy when he \x3gun his much married life. That may Iw one way of celebrating a golden wedding, but it is more satisfactory for bride and groom to celebrate it togct'her., For the first tinw in the history of Southern .\llierla this was done last. Tuesday by a coupio well knon-n in Lethbridge. It uus felt thnit such an event must not be allowed to pass unnoticed. There -tore, some two htindrcd inritutions were .sent out as follows: 'The pleasure of your comp'uny is reqiiefitcd at a gathering of i Id timers to bo held at the rn'Hidence ol Mr-s. Hodrter on Tue.wlay, aii>ptcm-ier 1th at 7.30 p.m.. to celebrate the golden wetkling of Mr. and Mrs. 15. 4. McKay." T1k> invited guests were nearl.i' all Ixjlhbri-dge old^imers of twenty years Rtanding. They pe.fponde*! well Some were tmavoidahly absent; nut few families verc left unropre.sentod. Mrs. Hodder's house and lawn made an admii-ahle meeting-place. The weather was perfect, the coni|�a!>,> cot^^'enial, and the music e.vcellent. Mrs. Reeve sang that most appropriate of songs, "l>arby and Joan" and then "Mary of .Vrgyle. " Miss .\gpe8 Mnrdie -sung "My -Ain V'.-.'lr. Mewhum in a neat little s|teech. Mr. MacKuy feelingly and gracefully aeli-jipwledged the'gift. Mrr" MacKisy-itonws of a long-lived stock. His paivnis s|>ent fttJ years of wedded life toother. Tltree of his sisters huvo celebrated their golden weddings. , Mr. .1. D. Higinbothani, speaking on behalf of the whole company, wished Mr. and Mrs. MacKay many happy rcttirns of this anniversary of their wedding day. and hopet. 3.-Superintendent I'rimrose ol the H.N.W.M.P. fron* Mnclcod, was here on j Saturday on a tour of inspeAion and suggests establishing an inspectorate here instead of at Pinclier Creek, this being a more central location. The insqiector's positiion has l.>e�n vacant for some time owing to inspector Kcmis having been sent north to l�oace niver. TOOK OKOTOK'S SCALI�. Lethbridge Cricketers score Vii:tory Oyer Ciood Team. Lethbridge' cricketers arc stili win-' ning. They went tu Okot�ks on Monday and flayed the team wnich has given that town quite a repu -tation as a cricket centre. Only one innings was plaj-ed and LotMnidge succeeded in winning by a good margin. A. C. Lucas played excellent cricket fo'r Lclhhridgo and hud no runs to his credit before ho was put out. Okotoks made 67 in the first innings and Lethbridge 08. The Leth -bridge tcoin was composed of Allen, Lucas, Hings, Brooks, Dr. Stewart, Maynard, Kirkham, O. Hf^.lohn-slnn. O'Vonnell, �. Maynard, Skeith. Okotoks has promised to play a return game here in a few weeks. TSie rrosbyterian Sunday . Sohoil held a picnic at the river holitom on Monday. A splendid tirne wa* spent bjr all. UP To Prove Chai^ JMt on Monday , ABOUT THE MCENT jEXliillON CflyCMMCil Orrcrsll RNsccttte if EvMtnccif Miccd. - 1 F. H. Shcriiian'M .^tatis^niont/'. that he possesses evidence that the Thiol fletwtives instigated the\explosions stdenible talk in the city.i .\nd intho in the North Wuivl has cl^>fiiersons responsible for the outrageii iwccnl-ly periM'trateil at the houses of 1{. Vinmions and .1. Scott- ^ Th�' city Police and cs|iecially Inspector l�ariy did everyt^litg in their pover to" secure evidence and succefdetl in securing the (Mnnniiittal of the person accused in both ch.tr-ge.s but this could not hav^' l>een iloni; had nut the A.K. & I. Co. at Ihclast inoincirt came^to thciassist � ance of the city and fumishod us with the evidence of a ftetectfvo, although by so doing tViey deprived themselves of the future services of that officer. * F'rom no other sourc* ditl the cit.v lecHive any co-operation in lis cf-lons to secure the punishuK^nt of the person or persons responsible lor the attenifit to blow up houses in.1>oth of which women and,chitdivn were residing, but the accused was defended by Counsel W. C. Ives apil' F. Harris both of whom were re-tnined by the Miner's Union, the latter iiersonally tiy F. II, Sherman. On the public platform on Monday, Mr. Sherman publicly mnde the following statements: That there not within the city limits but .so "flr track if the coal coinfiany ha^,^ not brought up Thif>l detectives from Chicago. That hp has positive evidence that the detectives incited ihfse acts and if thej- had not got out smidonly they wo\iUl have twon pro scouted. With the first of thoso statements we have nolhing- (o do. Whether it s true or not that the Coal Coin-pan.v dill not engngv di-tectives until after the two e.xplosions at No. M, does not concern us as .Vci. H is not Willi in the cit.v limits hut so far us the Niniinons nnd S"r(wt ea.ses are concpnir'd it is of course the iluty of the Cil.v lo silt then>j to the bottom nnd .secure if possible, the punishment of il�e ijuiHy parties, nnd if Mr. Sheriiiun ht�.s the kositivi:" ovivleiico he said In- had it was clear-l.v hi.'* din.N' to liiy it bi'foiv the profier ott'u-lals.- Ilut luckil.\ it i.-i not .vet too late The city hu.s no iin'oniiation us to wheth.'r more ihaii one itotectivewas employed by iliv ('(ml t.'ompuny but the only oin' oi whom we have know-Icdgv, i.s. I untU'istglitl still in Cin-ada, 1)111 I'Vi'i) if lie is no't now in Canada, tin- I'lncl detective agency, will, we ciiii n-si iissuivd have him here for uiiil in lleccmlier �twl even should Ihi'.v fall in this, the oti'enco of inciting to micIi arts is an ex-tradi'l^bli' olTfJu.' (incl the person accused can !�' Iiioniflit back from tin-I.'nitod .Stall's if siiHicient evidonc(> is forthcoiiiiiii; lo warrant it. In view of ilif iiiiportance of this mutter to i lii' ''liy. I S�iiiHre^d^ Tailoriiig SOUTHMRD Uthbrtdge, Alta. to have Ihefii ij.se cv.try cIVorl ecuted, provided he furnished nccussary evidence. pros-the kxciskku hosk dk-vd. .\nother Victim of the Medicine Itat Wreck. Alcdicino Hal, Altg,, Sept. 4.- .\s the result of injuries received in the recunl accident at this point on the CP.It. L^nginecr Hose died on Sun-da,\, and , the condi'tion of Kivgineer (J lover and Cirenwin Ctirnish has bo-come even more critical. Nothing has yet Jnwn heard of Operator Men resumed on the Vitw I'y laying a new truck-aroiuid ilic wreck. CoiupKcutions have ari.sen i connoclion with the t'oronor's investigation ihmugh .liir.vmon L. 11 Cochran and T. ('>. Kleag'er i-ofusinj^ to net. The.\' state that for ye.irs past the.v have ahva.vs been singtetl out for this .service anil are prepared lo lako the conseqiicnccK of refusing to o�t" CANS WON OX A FOUL. Coldfields, Sept. SI.-Hattling Nel-.son lost today s nglvt ijy fouling .foe Cans in the '12nd round of the iK-st aiwJ Inngftsi fight seen in many jt-ais STnAYEp. Onto my firemiises. (>ne biKksUin inaiw with harness on. Owner iim.\ have same by proving. prorii'rt,\- and paying expenses. H. lASK- Twelve' Mih' noiili'O, T.OST OI{ .STItAYKP. Sept. lOast, I.Dsl. .'^Irayi'il or stolon on Isl from a farm t .J miles N'. of Letliliridgc, a light hay itayU'Si', with white spot on foix>hea'ci and while on hind l?gs, branded 93 i.iii lol't fore shoulder and Ui/y 11 on right hip, weigh,s about T'.O lbs, Wnon last secMi. had a halter on, der will receive reward by co' nMinicating with C, H, Macgiilis. 'I>he--Kt Club purppwi holding a dance to morrow evening if the.v can secure music. Ladies are asked � to supply a few light refreshments. A LOCALBUDGET. Two good lots on Jloinpu.s street for .sale chiiap. Apply to H. Hac-lioth. ' llavi- you siH-n the "Joe shell soU venir goods at Sage's'/ He wornes aliout, their ciieaPncss. Buy tite-i goods, you HiU cry for more. Strgi. tiuinii isvaway at I^jth-i' bridge after a man named Albert I'aiil who is wanted on a criminal cluirgq at Mupio Cntek. The offence w as cotninittod fost tail but? the �> ciisod has only juttt been captrii'>i at;. Ikivre. Montana, and brought Ltick' to thi.s country.- MpdlcJae, , list Times. , ' ' nr. Shoop'8 Ratttorative would do for thenv,;Pyiipei�ia, would practically li�,a diNease of the past. .lir. .Shoop'^ IleRtbrativo rcacbcn Htomach (troubleH by"its �lirect totlMwb � Co, ;