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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridg Herald VOLUME 3 LETIIBKIDGE. ALBEKTA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER F. 1907. NITMBER 8 The Store ofOttAlity. McKcIvie & McGuire SAtitfaetion Gttanntecd Now is the lime for Christmas Shoppiog I SELECTIONS AT THEIR BEST Innumerable GiftSuggestions READ Christma* Neckwear is Herein all the Very Latost Silk Materials and Colorings. Browns and Greys prevail for Fall. We, have a most elaborate range to show you in many d4fferent shapes. Derby Ties-In narrow widths. Variety of different colorings. Price 35 cents. French Derby Ties-In the newest patterns. Price 60 and 60c. Men's Fancy and Plain Silic String Ties-Price 2Sc. Men's Fancy Silk Bows-Price 26c. Men's Puff Silk Ties-In fancy and plain colors. Prices M and 75e. Reversibia Darby Ties-Made of Borathea Silk, shown in all the newest colorings. Prices 65 and 75c. Ravarsib|� Psrbf^ Tiss^Put up in Fancy Cartoons. Just the thing to mail your friend. Prices 76c. to tl.25. MEN'S FANCY SILK SUSPENDERS '- Put up in Fancy Cartoons, made of Silk and Lisle Webbs. Fancy patterns. Prices 66c. to tl.60. DRESSfNQ QoWnS AND SMOKINQ JACKETS These Qowna ore shown in Grey and Brown overchecks. Pricea tT.OO, tS-OO, $9.60. tl0.60 to tl6.00. ii*, 'tition without 'i.^iiiii?  u' j :"ic i.f luml.'cr. The.sc ,-io '.c m cdhii-i for. with the All)Oi' .n i�-l.!:' l''::i.i/-.-' Sm-sociation, as^.tiii' \ Jbcir ri.Mltu tion and iy Ih-ir m.-i mi-i. ti I'.x a re,:4Ular price of ;.i.ril...r In e..i h :)f tin-localities of the province of Allxrrta. Tlie.y assumed to do tlmt, and did do it, so far as the memliers of the association \vero concerned; J.hey asHUm ed to nx that in a si�cial wayr?i,-by the action of a local diroctor, who should have charp^e of a particular PUTIHEFEE IIP JO TEN For Membership of Board of Trade idea is w. oliver's FireigU Rites Repotted to|e SatisiadoiT to There wns a large nmnI-�' of the niurriljcrs of the Board of Trade at the met-ting lost night. M. Barford, vice-pr>.-sidcnt was>-in the chair, President Conyl^eare being -absent. Tlicj secretary -en suflicient prominanc^ and that British _ne\vs com-ng via New York is garbled. They ask. for co-operation in getting �the government to subsidize a tele-^;raph r'pspatch service to remetiy this matter.' The WinniiJeg Board of Tr a lontf lottor with regard to the new freight tariff, in which they tr'ed to correct wiiat they claimed section cf the province of .Vlberta, jnnre incorrt'Ct press ivports concorn-� ' " '- � � �' thfir attitude to the lowering of the rales out of Winnipeg. Mr. Bdr-ford said that' on checking up the tarilTs he found that the,y favored I.cthbridge and it was the t'lrsit time in his knowledge that, Lethbridge had got a SMUare deal in ig'.\t uatss. and till' cAidr-nc'T show-: i'ai t^'cv sue ce.jder!, during the cour.s;' of their existence up to tha time at which this charge was laid, in doing that. PnKVEXTl^D SALE OF I^UMBIOR. "The.v assumwi to prevent people eriij'i..'inp ii I'l sale -of lumber in the Provinca of .Alberta under the protec-t on of ther associat on, and t'.iey asHUined to 'i'Ul�.' look through the tl^i|I and r.>;>ort to tlie Board at next mooting as t � hie reque�t�d to improve the crossings out at the Junction. Wm. Oliver gave notice of motion that at the Iwginning of the new .vear the memltership fea be raised to 010. Hacleori. Miigrath. Frank, Pincher sociation from cutting the pric�'''T" """^ �, n^,�-, t/ i enlorsations of the 8UgK�rtio, of the tuthhridge Board of Trade that a Southern Alberta Associated Bo^rd be formed. Tahcr suggested U.-thbridge as the place of meeting. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BEIO OFI'ICE. TOROHrrO ESTABLISIICO 1867 �. X. WAIMH, President MIXX. IJUBD, Ganeral Hauger A. m. ISEtAlfD, SupariBtendtut of Biasclua Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 that had been airreed upon. It ha� been said that these various local associations, conipo.st'd practically of the nienibmi of the Alberta Ketaii-crs' Association, were acting upon their own responsibility. I am unable to agree with that contention-Where there was a local director to each of these places appoint^xl es- � , ^ � ^ . , . ' There waw a hot contest for t!ie pucally, and it was made his duty ' , . . , . , ' , , . ^ . , , Lifx-ral nominolion for the Commons to look after the interest of those lo- . , , Bed I>oi'r. It finally narrowed cal as.sociotions and where he did, do ^ ,, ... . , ^ , , . to O. \\. Smith ol Bed Daor and Br. that, and where thost; local associa- , , , , i ..i. � .. ^ , . , .... ( larke, ol Olits, and the latter was turns acted in that way and to the ' knowledge of the diri-ctors of the liir- Candidates for Conunons. Ki'T associations, they aro personally rpMponsib'e, at lenst in niy estima-lion, for the actions that were taken ill the varioufi localities. AS COMPANY AI-'FIX'TKIl KDMON-TON' ".Vow, tv.s (o those actions, we find in Kdnionton that it �as arranged by 1 hp n.'�sociat ion as to the jiricc at whicli tenders .should be put in, and who. Hhoiild put them in. "To m.v niintl there coiiM be no .stronger evidence of unrlae lessening of comiiotitioii than the evidt^nce tlmt ] phon-' lnisin.ss. chosen. .John lierron has lieon renominated as (;on.s�Tvativo candidate in Mac lecKl di.'itrict. K. W. Pay, Mayor of Davysland, is the Conservative candidate lor Strathcona. Take Over Macleod System. Bnacbes tbroushoat Canada* aod la the United States and England A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED 86 FARMERS' BANKING �rvry faoiUty afforded Farmers for their baakiiiff Imaiaese. Sale* Nbtee eaahed or takea for eoUeotioa BANKING BY MAIL.-DepoiiU may be made or tvithdrawo by aaiL Out-of-tawn accounU receive every attention CALOARV CLAf^ESIIOLM tU.\IO.\TON ilKill RIVER IN'.MSI-ArL BRANCHM III iU.BKRTA LEAVINGS NANTON STAVBLV LETHBRIDGB HWCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PONOKA VEGREVILLB MEDICINE HAT Mt* DEER VERMILION WETASKJH'IN Kdniontnn, I'.c. H.-flon. VV. If. Cu .shini!, iiiinisii-r ot p\il>\ic works, has Pirturned to tin; city from a trip lo Pincher Cty\'k niul Mucleod on telo-In Macleod he coni-was Ki>vcn in ivfrard to the lumber pU'led the jiunhnsa of the soid to the municipality of the city exchunpe � '.h,it to.vi. '! hjs .!� of tO(l;noiiton on that occasion in the chont;e will be '.Me I'j s'te fic- direct intj-ru.st of the accused and phono system of southi''i .VIIkiI.t,; within the very knowleilKc of the ac-.and is an imiioi'tant acquis ,'.y\. Ciised. In the city of Calgary we lind that the city of Caljjar.y is ile-sircd to buy Itipilier and that one firm there, apparently br��tking the _ , _ , rules of the association. .iU.,Led the � ��P"�' ''""^ �*�'� EDMONTON DEBENTURES I Per Head-Heavy Interest. price y two or three membin-s of ..^n u j 23..'>0 for that lumber, as�uniing ' ' ^ to decifle aa to how that man .sliou.d I ^ �ovm, his own busfness. If r . r,, is ANOTHER MUNICIPAL MEETING u'-.vthin? important in con-n^'iti'iii with the afTairs of a new co .iv .. On Friday evening there will bo LETHBBIDOE BRANCH C G. K. NOURSB. manaobr it is that men should have th... ,.,p.,t ' another public meeting in the Labor -and I have no douW that �'litt Union hftll to discuss the i8.sues of (the i'tcntion of parliament so far ...<� the municipsil elections. All the can- this .soction Is concerncfl-IhiU, muii didates are ixppctod to be present to should have the absolute ri*? it, -a address the meeting , Several others [ long �s they did not interf-.v - iiii with advice or criticism will also give . _ expression of their views. The pub- (ContintMd on Local I'tt.^c) '''"^ ^'^^ invited. A GOOD BEGINNING makes a good ending to christmas shopping Days are flying ns they alwa^ fly when the Yule-tide Beason comes around-when there ib so: miirh to do ia preparation. Cftristmaa eve will be here almost before you know it-only sixteen slinppiiig days left. If you haven't begun your Christmas shopping, bt'gin now-slow Ijpginnem are apt to be slow finishers, and judging by the Ifist day's Christmas rush of a yfar apo we will have more than we can do to'give that perfect Bervice we would like. Help us. h�l|� yourselves, help our salesmen by doing your Christmas shopping early-early in the month, early in the.day 4 � M m JAEQEH Orcsaing Gown. CordM & bound. What could be more ncceptablc than a Jaeger Pure Wool Dcs.'i-in? Gown ? You will find a baautiful assortment in our new stock of them. Kvcry one difleronl. No two alike. Men's DroR.sing Gown, No. W67, mnde from heavy.pure, wool cloth, double corded edges, silk and wool girdle. Jaeger catalogue, price........................................$10.60. Men's Brfssiinig Gown No. P.E.25, very handsome ark patterns, sold Jit catalogue pjice..........� .. .. :...........$10.76. Men's Dressing Gown No.P.E. 25, very handsome dark pattern.'? the very finest quality of wool. Jaeger catalogue price .... $IS.CO. Ladies' Fancy Dressinig Gown ,made from pure wool taffettn, Oriental patterns, sold at catalogue price............ .. $10.00. Ladies' heavy pure wool Dressinig Gowns, in solid colors only, trimmed will silk and pearl orncnients to match, a beautiful garment. Price .. ........................$11.00. Ladies' Dressing Jackets, niadeifrom fine yvool taffetta. Oriental patterns, trimmed with silk. Price................$3.7C Ladle*'Or MEOn Fur Coats, Fur-Lined Coats and Fur Caps Furs for winter are one of the best investments-Southard furs pspeci.-illy. Fine quality of skins, well matched, made up in the latest styles, and every garment is closely examined, and not a faulty one sent out. Truly a good investment at Southard's prices. Men's Fur- Lined Caste, shell made of intported Beaver Cloth, lined in body and sleeves with fine quality Canadian Marmot, large German Otter Collar and lapels. A very smart and serviceable coat. Southard's price.................. .... 45.00. Men's Racoon Ceate, fine quality'natural full-furred skins, well matched and sewn, lined with black Italian quilted linings Large'^ roll collar and mohair barrel buttons. Perfect style and finish. A very warm coaL Southard's price........... .. .. tU'OO. Man's Fur-Lined Coats, fine English Beaver Cloth shell, lined with heavy fuII-furred dark Muekrat, with wide storm collar and lapels of full-furred Labrador Otter, easy fitting, the latest style. A very beautiful coat. Southard's price..............M.OO. Men's Fur Caps, in Wedge or Jockey style, made from Musk-rat. Otter, Beaver, Persian Lamb, Nutria, Astrachan and German Otter. Prices, $2.00. $3.B0,.^$4.00^ $5.00, $10.00 up to $26.00. HUMiginiiii tttracHM! Usplay of Trunks and Suit Cases It is uselesB to look for better Trunks and Suit Cases-they are not mede.^ If thev wmwr^'m^ aMni-^lyl U�. fflL : _ i.____1. 1 1 _ _ ____  .. . - * were, they would be here. This trunk and bag store was never better equ^ppedVo snp^ . Perhaps you have a friend in mind wlio travels-couldn't ply your neetls than now. ciuaj.ia juu nuveu <.ii�uu ju umm wno iraveis-conian'i give him a gift tliat would be more appreciated than one of these trunks or suit cases We can give you a goo'I looking and strong canvas-covere�i trunk, steel liound, with half-inch hardwood slats, sheet iron bottom, with brass lock ami strong clamps and dtt;p covenni tray. 32-inch .34.inch ;U;.inrh $5.00 $0.50 $(J,00 Dress Suit Case, wade of good quality grain Leather, on a strong steel frame, capped corners, with good \)raBs look and clumps, full cloili lined, with pocket and doitble press straps. A very handsome case. 22-inf^h 2J-in