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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 1 LETIIBRIDGE. ALBERTA. TflUItSDAY. 8CPTEMBER 13, 1006. (UDrking ^ man mmm H B K SHIRT For the W0RKIN6MAN H. B. K/ Big iShflrt isihe be� w Cnnada.) The buttons are all tewn ou by hand The button boles are bar ta6k ntH>f-tow]i aecoimts. CALGARY CLAUESHOLJl EDMOXTON iilGll. RIVER INMSEAIL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON 8TAVELY LEtilBRipGE* ViKCHER CKiEK StJLAtHCONA MACLEOD S -ipoilokA ^ VIGREVILLE MED>ICIf�E IIAT^^RED~DEER- ^ ^ VERMILipN^ WtTASKIWiN LETHBRIDGE BRAnCH C: G. K. NOURSE, ll*MAdKK EASTERN TOWNSHIPS \* BANK ^ f � - CAPITAL-.V...7 r.;V... .7 9~'S,Q0O,(m BESERVE........,.____t 1,600,000 . HEAD OFFICE - - SHERBROOKE, Wm. Farweli.- f.:::.atoa Lethbridge Branch - ^.L!^' becve NEARLYJ(ILLED Harvey Smith, Formeriy or Le|hb^ MIMED IN A nu OF BKICKS BaHdlnl ArenTwiiick Nc Was Wtrkiiil CoUapscd. (From Fcitlaj's livgina SlaiwJftrd.) Ci-UMliod bciitnith Itvu juislH aiul >vrth hundrc^ls of hncks i>illinit�. lowh owr him, iliirvey SiiHih this iiioiM-ing huti a imriow cmc�|H2 fi-otn dcatli 111.0.40, when u teniporaiy floor in the new UttBCAiia hiot�i fvtl in anlc that the work, on the hotel will be. delayed until proper .supports for the flooring arrive. In the. meantime, a gang of men is at work this ai'tcrnoon - clearing away the delwis. The stamling walls awl permanent, portioas of tlieljuild-ing were, not damaged. Ei^ef�t K. Carver, who was arch-tect of the building �Wiero the aor-tions of the building had lieon in -jurutl. The accident was due enti v-ly jto the giving way of the tcmiMir-ary flooring and supports, and lo-lay in construction of the fouildtng would proba^ily result availing tlu' arrival of the stool girders. The willing squad th�/t worked or. clearing awa.v the ruins and ov.nf eating young Smith were haiii�>orvvi by tlio horse the latter had bcm driving which was also pinned .\nil whose frantic kicks made the tii.sk rescue tlifflcult, l'*inall.y, howxvur the beast was gotten out of the way and actually apr>ears none the worse for the accident. He is however, an old stager at this kind of thing for it is , only a. week or two since he fell down a Btrtry into a mortar bo.\ without -sustaining any serious damage. CANT BE DONE Ranchers Cannot Get Land. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR rs to Petition from the Stock , Men of This District. KUMBpi OS It will Ik; lonienrijci'ed that the ranchers at their meeting hero in the Hpring, pivparcd a pelilion asking th^withdruwal of certain lands fr .'ni hpfiicstcnd (;ntr.>\ The i>etition ' was handled by .lohn llenon, M.I'., and lie: has received this reply from I Up deputy minister of the Interior. Dear Mr. lienon. The Minister has had uiirler con-Nid0rittion tlie matter of tlio petition which was siit)Hirtleridin.' with rogaril to tho wiiJKlrawal frcjui homcsloa*! entry of l�ii Jlow and Ijiltlo Mow Uiver north coi^ain lands in the dlslricl lel^eri-wl to'imtil sncli time as the petitlonor.s can limit their herils to the lands lease''e-parorl^to do an.vthing rea-soniible in is power to do so, it is not -un-sidemi that it would lie advisable in vi^y- of a large niiiiiilM-r of In -ccmiing settlers who are desirous o( securing holdings lit this and other loc^Iitiel in Southern AlUn'ta to lock up fi;pm aeUial solllenifnt such large lUirtioT piihlic lands asMig-gesti^l. irfi'�-'ie W'ti.tjon. ,  ;,: DBD ONJUE TRACK Section Hand Killed Lethbridge. We fit your Fifurc, Faney Mkd Finances thoat aMi East of New Pall Suits are Talk of the Town 5a .....   . . -..... �}:.:.^ ^ . : And there is pretty good-reason for U. too^verythinff abqnitbem:i*;thelf liighest jKwsible gnide-select materials,: dependable..llui|igs...^ciUKluiI^ SHWodaiid perfect fitting. Wo Imck every �iit with our guarantw'xitvf satisfaction, you know H-]int tliat means. The S(ylc� are New ni&d Very Nobby They're swell!S No donbt�bout that!-The liandsonie browns and grpys in stripes, checks and overplaids, in woratt'ds and tweeds are the smartest materials shown for years. These suits will fit your figiin> iierfectlyv and the price will suit your ijopket book. ..... Men'rOvereoats Of all-wool tweetls pf dark brown or grey, ChesterfieUl. style, good linings, price $10.00 You'll soon need a Good Warm Overcoat The chilly evenings demand it. A ix>i�t to remember aImut our overeojits is that they are not ready-made as the term 'ready-made' is understood--BeBtly-to-wear-they.andonbt-edly are-out of tbe store-if you wish, btjt this is 18 far as the resemblnnce goes. T!io. fine tailoring and,gniat care with which our overcoats are made ..proiluces ns fine workmanship as the most exclusive tailor shop in tho land. Juilgo these overcoats yourst^If and see if it doesn't. Men's Overeoats Almle in tourist's style, in dark patterns, ntat stripes and checks, heavy all wool tweetl, sizes at $19.00 BoysVOvercoats Made, in niglancttn style, in dark .grey, alj-wool frieze, siz�is 22ri54, siJecial value at..........$4.00 .loliii Uoga/.a, a CJalicitin, sectijn haml on llic C.lMl., at Wini.V,!(l, as killeoift tw.:^n'-.\' ears of age. .1. 0. lliginl)oihani. coroner, !. Id the inquest jil How Island on .Monday nn�> Smith is a .son of Dun-aii Smith the . well known contractor, who roCentl.v loft Ijcthbridge to re-stfle in Hegina. ARM TAKEN OFF crrible Accident to Clint. McDonald at Cranbrook. Xows has reache pionths ago to lake a posit-ion ; on the CMMl. as bralieman, had his ftriu talicn olY while coupling .cars at Cranbrook last Friday momlng. No particulars of the tf^r Ible accident have been rocci v*h\ . Mr, ,McI>uiiahl, who is a. brother of Mrs. A. Southard, lived In U-th-bridgo ; for. sonio years and his many friends  will. ..e.vtend Hympoithy t�i him. Itcv. Thos, (JoogliogMii, known Anglican Minister ot ton, Ont., is dead; a well llamll  1.1\Klil'OOl. ('.ATTUO M.vnKirr. London, Sept.. II.-.Vt the depot Xoi-d niarliet .51(1 Canadian cattle were slarleil. Husincss ruled slow at :i-� lo :i-ll pel- 8 lb. Liveipo.il trade is slow (or cattle. STKNSL.VNIIS TUIKI) TO SCl-ClllK. Tangier, Sept, 11.-Taiil O. Stens-land of the Slilwaukoe Avenue State Hank of Chicago, who is under ar-i-est here waiting to ivtiirii- to the Tnited States, attempted' suicide to-(]fiy by taking poison. He is .serious ly ill ivH a result of the attempt. ISQUKST AT TAUKU. Coroner .1. i>. lliginbothaiu "eiil to Talier this afternoon, liavinK- iK'.'n Kummom3d to hold an inf|uest in the case of a child v l*ch IukI died willi-out receiving medical attendance. The anthracite mines on p Creek near- Okotoks are to bo Tp.'n-ed up. , A. SOUTH Sji Phone 100 ARD Lethbridge. Alta. I'HIO LinTIBRIDdl'; FA III. Comment of the Farmer's .Vdvou on Some of the Features. lie tlie l>es-t plantation in the c.i.y a third prizo lor thc^ man �lio Ijuthbridge Fair is dlfllcult to div scrilie. it has some featuroK-that are highly cotumeiKlablo. The exhibit of grain in the sitcaf and in the bag, the Vbgotable exhibit and the poultry stand at the: top for Ah� Ijerta fairs this yetti-. T^c vogftailile were especially-good, potatoes .iii't carrots, celor,y-and ripe tomatoes in profusion. ,'shoAVwl.. lorih the iiossiiul-ities of the sunn.v Ijetliln'idse di'* -trict. Cattle, wei-e poor. Ilu'ie wer.- oiil.y a few shown and the,\' wore rein into a r'on-al while the indue spun �-I'oiliiil in ills e(Ti)iiK to Ihrow pri/.>?s at theiiJ. Iloi'se.'j were IKM piirllcu-Im-I.v slivintj- and only a lew she'p and swine were on e.Nlubit. Consid-ei-.il)le interest was shown in the cciiniKjtilion for the best plaiitati.ins of tiei's. This was divided inlo three prizes and goocl.money "vas hung yi/ for (a) the town resident having l!ii\^ largest plantation (b) the count resident having the largcsl plant tioi). Another pri/o was ollorcd un.l luui made the greate.st progress in i,r..'!.' planting, Such things are iiiiiioriiiiu they stiiniiliUe intere.st in a work which WMlla(Ul nnu-h to tin' pleasuiv of future general ions. Alore cDiiipot-itions of this l'; IwoHrsti. and swoinl' f6r"r�i0lAt(in)d.hoaVy iiiarQW;.W. IHnmi (jTur-ltltie An ,Vr. Watt )or garden in'Vorlii Ward: w O JTMitdn^uas given dtafga of the Fttl.r grouiidii until aanuul mwiiiigi and instructed to hawraeij irock'plowwlvand put Into cowMtlfla for novt .mir ^ ' " /j, -Si'i'-Wm. Mulock maj' b4S party ^ leader'of the LilH>rai iario, .,vv- Kev. .T, C,, Farthiau, of rtlPa will tecomc rector ofi'f .C>th�|ml.'l?ln�sto^f' ;