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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 ^ ^ "f T J t -1 ft ' e ft-oui tlvutJi ivl 1MO, when a u��iporary floor in lhe iK-w WtiHcaiuk lw>wl foil \\\ and prvcl|iiUvUHl a fiitc of uuiiorial unU lour men to tlut floorn bciwa.tU* 'i\vu i Mvo or thiw of the workmuii worn r not killed Is a miracle, for with Kt\w large amotiot of brick falling u|>on them, many bruise* were Inflictoti^ While awaiting I he urrivul of SttHJ1 pillars which arc U> .support the lloorH of the now hotel, the contractors in charge hud* icioponto lloors laid on Joists MipporU*l by l\vo-.)y-hIx HCuntUiis. l'i�on this floor llwre was a a:r�*al ileal of brick ami nior- tar piles for use in tlio construction of the wnlIs,,which hud now rvach*�l the second story. On ihy first floor Harvey Snxith was driving a hors�' to operate the temporary ehjvator, while on the second floor thore were four men at work. In Motnc way or other ttw support o f 11 io to i ii 1 My va ry II oo r gn vv w ay. ami prcctpituted the -brick uml mnt-erial and men to tho floor 4>cneath. The hormi wan covered with debr's, while ihe boy driver wan jdnned I e-nctith two falling joists and held there until relief arrivtwl. The lour nt�*ri who were working above fell through with the pile ui brick but were not injured to any tmvterkil i-x-n th�> hotel will Ik* delayed until prop-supports for the flooring arrive. In the meantime, a gang of men is at work this afternoon clearing away tho debris. The stamliug walls ami permanent imrtJoits of the building were not damaged. Ernest K. Carver, who wus arch  itoct of the building where the ae -cident occurred, was spoken to by The Standard thin morning and Htated that tho accident was not duo to any faulty structural work and that no permanent wulls or portions of the building had been -jimil. The accident was due entirely ,to the giving way of the *ampt>r-ary flooring and supports, and le-lay In construction of the huihlmg would probably n^snlt availing tin-arrival of the steel girders. The willing squad that worked 01 clearing a way tho ruins utul evrd eating young Smith were luunl�eivi by tlio horse tho latter had ho->n driving which was also pitmenl and whoso frantic kicks made the task of ntKcuu tlifllcult. finally, however the txuiNt wos gotten out of the Any ami actually appears none the worse for tho accltlent. lie is however, .in old stager at this kind of thing for It is only a week or two since be fell down a story Into a mortar box without mistaim*ng nn> serious damage. Harvey Smith is a son of Ihmean Smith the well known contractor, who recently loft lethbridge to reside in Hoginu. Men of This District. It will he remembered that the ranchers at their meeting here In the spring, prepared a petition asking thwwlthdrawal of certain lands fr >m hoBestead entry. The |s>tition was handled by .John llerrou, Ml'., and he has iN-ceived this reply front the deputy minister of the Interior. Dear Mr. Ilerron. The .Minister ha� had under eon-jhidomtlon the matter Of the petition which was suhmKtod to this dop.i't -mont some time ago by eertani stockmen ivsiding in the vicinity of 0 f Let hb r UI ire wit h r i�g n n I \n the withdrawal from homestead entr> of M(g Mow and Utile How Hiver north cerium lands in the district referred to until such time as the petitioners can limit their henls to -the binds leased or owned by them. And 1 1 now Ik�& to advise ,\ou that (he re-quisHt is one which it would no.t appear to be,in lib* public interests to accede to. It limy be pointed mit that n conMt�lerable \iortion of the lands mentioned in the petition huw bei�n dispoHeo* of to actual settlers r under homestead entry. And a In rye area has also passed from the e�in-trol of the government ��Uher by sale or by grant to railway com-panics. Kurt her tltc hulk of the remainder of the tract referred to is already coveivus of securing holdings bt this uud other localities in Southern All-erta to lock up from aetiuil s.�ttlem.mt such i large area or public lands as sag* gesiAl in- the petition. TRACK Section Hand Killed Lethbridge. dot in Itoga/.u, a tialieian, sect i m hand on the tM'.Jt.. ul Wlni'r^l, was kilbsl between there uml llow Ulaml on Sundayy. lie got in a box car of u freight to go tiw liow Island lor mail. The side door a as eloseil air.I he tried to gel out the sma'1 door at the end. It is thought a sudden jolt precipitated him to the track. At any rate his lifeless body was found in a terribly nnrttinted state on the track later in tlio day. (me leg was taken completely off uud an arm was almost completely sevoivd* Uogu/a wus alnmt iw.�n'.> years of age. d. Ii lliginliothum. coroner, b Id the uiquist at How Island on Monday and the turv returned a ve 'd.el of it'* ideni.tl death due to his own carelessness li:id. IISOM IIOHKK. Serious Act ident to a Hoy in Xorth Ward. tieo. 1l>sKopt the eight year obi r son in Abe ll.tssop. who lives in Ihe North Wurd. fell ott a horse on Tu�*s-dn> i'Vening a^d retxlived serious injuries aliout the tuuul and bod> lie was Uiken 10 i he (bill Hospital and his loudition i-* criticul. 1J\r.UPonl. (WTTI-K M A I'lx IM' l.oui'ou. Sep! 1 1 . - At the depot Noid market 'i 10 t'aiiadian rat � le were startetl. HusineSK ruUnl slow el U-(\ tt> :t-l 1 per S lb. Liverpool trade is slow for rait le. PRESIDENT: fclQHT HON. bOttu 8TR4TH0OMA AND.MOUWT ROYAL, O. 0. II. o. VICE-PRESIDENT : HOH. SIR 0BOKO* A. UftUMMOHD. K. 0. M. O. B. 9, OLOUSTON. Qemihi Manacck Branonea 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 F issued for use in all parts of the world. COIJVECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drifts sold available *t alt polau la (Jolted States. Europe laid Caeafa Intereat allowed on depoaita at current TAKEN Terrible Accident to Clint. McDonald at Crinbrook. STIASLA\l�S TIUKU To St I- ClUK. News has ivachwl the cH.v that Clint .McDonald, who Jeft UatfiriU^e a few innnths ago to lake a posit -ion on the IMMt. as brnWenmn. had hla Ann tuken off while roui�-Ung earn ut Cranl>rook last KrUlaN ittornbiK. So purtlcutait* of tha t �* rible accident havo been reeeivi�d. Mr. Mclk>nuhl, who in a brat her of Mr*. A. Southard, lived in Ijeth-bridge for some years and his many f rlandK win ox t end sy* n | mthy I *� him. TnnKi"'' I I - I'an I O. Stens- land of the Milwaukee Avenue Stat** Hank of Chicago, who is under arrest here waiting to return to Ihe Initi'd Sialfh. alU'inj'tnl suicide in (U*y !>>* taking poison lie is serious t> ill us a result of -the attempt. - 1/ >:-V>>j�r.*^ ,1 V r l\Ql'KST AT 'I'AUKU Figure, Fancy and Finances ^________*v. ^>'M - pi- ^  - -' w ^ * -Jl J * t, - > 4 1 - H� And thero is pretty Rood reason for it. topH^verything ahw^ highest iwssihle grnde-selw-t materials,- dependable, linuigs sowed and perfect fitting. Wo hack every satisfaction, you know what that means. The Styles are New Mid Very Nobby They're swell! ^ No doubt about that! The handsome browns and greys in stripes, cheeks and overplaids, in worsteds and tweed are the smartest materials shown for years. These suits will fit your figmv perfectly, and the nriee will suit vour Docket l>ook. suit with our You'll soon need a Good Warm Overcoat The chilly evenings demand it, A point to remember altoiit our overcoats is that they nre not ready-made as the term 'ready-inadtV is understood;- Ready-to-wear they undoubtedly are-out of the store- if you wish, but this is vs far as the resemblance goes. Tho fine tailoring and great care with which our overcoats are made produces as fine workmanship as the most exclusive tailor shop in the land. Judge these overcoats yourself and see if it doestf t. Men's Overeoals Men's Overcoats Of all-wool tweeds of Made in tourist's style, dark brown or grey,; in dark patterns, mat Chesterfield style,! stripes and checks, vrood litiingrt. price, heavy all wool tweed, ...........$10.001 sizes ;U-44. at $15.00 Boys4 Overcoats Made in niglanetto style, in dark grey, all-wool frieze, sizes 22rtt*l. special value at..........$4.00 I/1 i -i - ^ F L" "n ^ 1 J � '� � r Ti H T r ? T he L 4 f an Who twenty-four bones of the lumn are articulated-fit into ^ Semi* Ready Suits are finished to your measure and delivered two hours after trying on \ :h other with elastic discs of cartil-; between each bone. If a man has to stoop a great deal the bones will wear on th^ inner t j I t k 4 le o lumn scs ot car- the inner side i t The spinal column wi toward the front lha gives the stooping or round-shouldered appearance-so general in men who accustomed to bending. By an artful ful- Alterations r can be easily made because the coat is basted II and lapel and plenty of in the chest of the Semi-ready coat v an erect appearance to the entire figur co kck MM left with outlet* lit m r>?A OF Hi i Phone Lethhridge, AH a. tiik Lirnumiixn-: kaiu (liniment oi the Kurmer's a Iliginliollmm uoii to TnIm'i this nl'tei'noon, having l^'ii sunnuoiuHl to hokl an iinjiit'st in Mw case of u cliiltl vufu-h luwl tlittl witn- ! li-ilihridpv Kuir is illnVnli to iU*-M-riliv It 1\uk koiih� (outuiVK tlnvl an' highly i'otutnenduble. Tho �-\-liitui of grain in the sheaf uml U\ Out bug, ihe. vegetable exhibit ami the |�oultry Htaiul at the top for Alberta fairs thi� year. The v�*gvtai�le ww especially gooil, potaio*'h anl i'urri'lK. eel pry nutl ripe lomalit.s id profusion showeii forth th*� possiial Hies of tho sunn> l**thtu*�Uj;�� ib** -triet. Cuttle wi'i'e poor IhtTi* wriv uiil\-a few shown and t h�\\ wnv ran into n rnri'al " Inle i h'* JmlK** *plin u" ruioaf Hi h�h *>l\tn\* in throa jn'i/.'S at Uhmii Ib^rs.'s wimv not parlh'ti-le.rly simnj; uml only a few she tp ami >�w me \sere on exhibit. t'viasto" eruble interest was shown in the ' ttnniM't it ion lor the best plantati.ms of trees. This was divided Into three out receiving inert leal attendant Lethbridge Branch B. r. REEVE M�n*$*r I lev. ThoK. ^ oogliogtt �. a wel I known Anglican Minuter of Unroll -ton. Out., is Ucatl. The anthrueile inines on Crook near Okotoks an* to �h ed up. the �p ��P *n- prizes ami good money'vas hung fur (at the town resident luivhig tia largest plantation (b) the country resideut having tho largest plant a -tlon. Another prlzo was ottered lor the best plantation In tin: r.i,, an.: a third prizn for the nmn who had nmde the givati*st progress in tr.*> r planting. Such things are import .on thoy stimulate interest hi u \\� little ihsmI f*ir the open bur on the grounds-a (.'ailing gnu wotild I m* a bt mi l as i|St ful. The fuel i*. Kounabod.\ with a pull is "aigging'' me direct orate whenever the purvey-er uf li Meanwhile, at Lethbridge grown-ui�s artd .vtjuthjul Jnjpefuls stuod around four deep milking themselves, as thoy bnitghitnl. joll.i g*iod follow*. Tho mule reitrreirl of viiiousness flows strong. When one vile (hing gains a foothold other abomtuutlons fo1-low. Lethbridge has cleaned ttui ihe low show uud the bull bailing. A'ext year �e hope uud we Iwlieve that she will stand absolutely clean -no I Mi')' will be sold upon >hn grounds. lUuirt the Herald if you want e news. DIKBC'TOUS URRl*. A meeting of tho UlrCCtortt Of tho V^ncuitunit Society was tokt lMt Thursday owning. A vory wtisfac-tt.rv tinnnchil Nlutomont im� pro-seated. a, k. lluinphries m�nai;9r 4if the spd Mr. j-'owler. for exhlbitk of honw �wnu- faeiures. iJ*ttt priio* wore awarded Wm, t>it for roftdmaater null Ion; W. T. McCauglvorty, two (Irsu uml wond' for roglatoml. hoavy marcw; \X. lHium for IMuo AndahwionH; Mr. Wutl for garden in Nortli Ward. \V o. Jlulton wm given charge i>f the Fair grounds until annual -meeting, and instructed lo hav� raco track pluwod awl p�t into condition ^ for nvvt .war.- ' ' -." \ Sir Wm. sruiocfc may vli' IQOUVV in nil? i>ii/uf|um +j ^*^9^v^>v:R� Uqv. j. C. Farthing>-alWpf***^*^ will 1h�coi�o roctpr of "9 " -I - *' * if-" 'J w " ' ' ^ � " 7. a, ;