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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 3 LFTHBklDGE. ALBEUTA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12.1907. NUMBER 6 The Store of Quality. McKelvic & McCniire I Satitfaction Guaranteed Saving Sale of MEN'S FURS Owing to tlie very mllil weather we find we are overstoclie!! with Fill! corns, and in order to reduce our stask before tlie first of the year we will offer our entire stocli of Furs at MAHil-FIICTUiiEfi'S COST. You will certainly need a Fur Coat this winter as the cold weather is sure to come. Here's a chance for you to save... TABE CASE fl^ PROGRESS Evidence Being Heard at Supreme Court JUST WHAT IKRSWANT Alberta Will Pass Indemtuty Act BICDOOEr OF CASES mtOtK TALKS Impossible to Bring Sittings to an Ead Prcgramme for the ComViS Session of the Next ^-eek Legislature Tho Sup,*.no Court corninonced its ' V.uicDuyor. Dec. 1.1.-W. H. Cu.sh- iiig, ilffnister of public works, .Alberta, .sos.skin.s lit'io ,\e.'Horclay morning bc-loro .liisticc Uc'ck. W. V. lUussoU, Wni. Troljcft and l{. said a few days ngo that th(.' program of the corning legislaturi! in tliat .\. Van Norman of Tuber were accn.s- ""^'"''^'^ meas!,ro,s provid- ed of violation of iru-st in uppropriat iii^T 2000 received for sala of jjor- ing for a legal working day of eight hours in coal mines; payment of in- tions of the townsltc of Tabcr of ^'"""'tios to miners ^WUrc-d in coal mine acciflents ,or, in event of death, conipcn.sation to their dvpcndiaits and the extension of tho govcrnmeut telo-phone system. i $ $ $ MENS' RACCOON COATS mado of specially selected and beautifully matched pelts.""Good value at ye&.OO. Sale Price $45.00. MEN'S RACCOON COATS, heavy furred Shawl Collar, well matched skiins. Good value at $85.00. Sale Price $81.00. MEN'S RACCOON COATS, heavy Vurred Shawl .Gpllar*. Ragu-lar price $80.00. Sale Price $58.25. ,x MEN'S CALF SKIN COATS, Black .\.strachan Collar.?. Regular price $27.00. Sale Price $21.00. MEN'S FUR CAPS MEN'S PERSIAN LAMS CAPS, Wedge Shape. Rcgiilar price $18.50. Sale Pries $14.60. MEN'S PERSIAN LAMS CAPS, Wedge Shape. Regular price $15.00. iSale Price $11.00. PASSED RASED CHECK Stranger Fleeces the Belgian Tailors Oat of Ninety DoHars I I MEN'S OTTER TAIL FUR CAPS. Price $8.75. Regular price $8.25 Sale j which they were trustees. U. ii. itennett, K, V., moved to quaK'h the indilemont on the second count. 'J"he finst ca.-ie called at tne afternoon session, v-,-, i lull of Ri^K v.s. I. -� Bcll for violatij.i of trust in the inal-: ter of tho town.sitc if Tabcr Cony-] litnre and .Tohnslonc for the Cfo:\n, U. U. IJonnett and W. C. Si;i'nicns for defence. In an att.oinpt to quash the indictment in this case, 11. U. Bonnett, K. ' \ bold and successful attempt at C, for the dofcncc, oI)jccicd to tho pas'^ing a. raisad chock \vus made by first count, of the indictment because an unknown man on aronday night, it does not say how tho trust was The fellow first visited Higinbot.h-� created and .secondly it aliases that ayi's drug .store arid decided to piir-the accuscHl was the tru.stce for the chase a camera. Ho gave a C.l'.R. inhabitants of the village of Taber, chcck~for 93,00 in payment. For-who are not named, and thirdly the tunately Sictney Jackson noticed the alloKation is that he converted the check was raised antl the jiolic-j were trust to his own use and not ^the �'*ent for but an error was mado by proceeds of tho trust. tho meKseng i nature of the trust and docs not .again. Ita then went to tlio Dcntley show that he vas trustee for other f'"- and made a purchase and got than himself^ tho changie from the cheek but the i The judge held the first count good hook keeper noticed tlic check was I but ordorecl particulars as to tho na- rai.sedand -Uic man wa':;^ forced to ro-tui-e and constitution of the trust, turn the change before ho loft the I Tho case I'.i-s adjourned till this nior- store. Unfortunately how�n'cr the ijing. check w\s given back to him again. At this inorn ng's sitting, by the "nd ho hustled away with it to Ihi-order of the Court, F, P. Cony- Uelgian tailors near the C.V.R..s'ta-beare, K.C., subru tteroduced certified cop-j VllPIVUl/HllUW LnLLLU ios of the. titles of the land in qucs- Better Buy-that Cloth Coat Now ii't";;;::\;r,rrr,-tSS ToEi.cia�&,^js.*fcrA!i=r. �* B^ i University. Our Showing of Men's Cloth Coats ara unsurpassed in the city either for Values, P'it, Workniansliip or Price. MEN'S HEAVY TWEED OVERCOATS. X MEN'S BLUE AND BALCK BEAVER CLOTH, and $12.00 N Price $7.50. Price $10.00 jet al by graivt from the Crown, ; which written grant he hud l.een un-iatile to (ind in time to bring to ! Court. FIT REFORM OVERCOATS in Greys and Browns, fully tailored. Pjice$ 15.00. Benuti- .FIT REFORM TWEED OVERCOATS, made of tlie very best import.'d Tweeds. Prices $16.00, $18.00 and $20.00. McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Li9tbbridge At OLIVER R^-NOiV;iNATED an Enthusiar.tic Gathering Edmonton Dslcgates � of THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISIiEO 1867 B. B. WAIKEB, President ALEX. LAIKD, Geoer*! Maiufer A. H. ISELAND, Superintendent of BrucbM Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5.000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 BANK MONEY ORDERS 87 ISSUED AT. TMC FOkLOMflNO RATES I $5 and under....................... 3 cents Over SS and not asceeding $10...... 6 cents � $10 " " $30...... 10 cents " $30 " " $50...... 15 cents Thesa Ordera are payable at par at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking poinu in tlie Unittsd States. They are negotiable at $4.90 to the � sterling in Great Britain and Ireland. They fom an excalient method of remininiT �nan sums of money with safety M M tmaU coat, and may ba obtained without daisy at any office of the Bank Eclnuuiton, December 11.-.-^.n order in coniieil lias been ii is.sed' fixing To Mr. Hennett the witness stated March 18 h.5 tlie date fur tlie holding that the title wns in tlie name of "f t)io first elecfioii of a cliiincc-llor 'lius.^ell, A'an .\(u-man aiul Probert nnd live members of t!ie Senate of 'and the imrt of the land yet unsold Uui University of Alb-il.i. i.is still ill tli;rir nsune. \V. C. Simmons called, sai He had got two bonds from Itu,s.scll pied ^y P. E. Lcsstrd, president 01 and Va� Norman. A lotter datctl the local association. Sfieeches were Nov. 28, 1V)0.5, from the' accused "to made by Premier Rullierford, Attor-vhich they slate they aro trustees of oey General Cross and others. A the property and accept the terms of resolution was .pa.ssed endorsing the the Bcpnrtniont of tho Interior in vigorous action of the .Mtorney Gen-tho pro|>orty and acco|it the tonn.s of oral in pro.secuting tlie lumber com-fcned by the dei'artmont. i bine. A petition dule DEER VRRMfllON WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH CO. K. NOURSE,  - . IdANAOEB mont of tho proporli'. A letter from Ilimscll as secretary of the l5epart-mont of the Intorion asking that th.sy roecive the patent by May lat, 190.'�, in order that tho inhabitants of Taber hamlet may prove their homn-Kleads were ilopositod. The stato-niont of accounts for Taber townsite as giveti by W. F. UubscU, &oc'y.-troas., to the Dcpaptmont was sutj^ mitted; a similar statement of expenditure for the townsite payment which was clainfed by Itussel, also produced. .Agricultural Society interested remained to form a Turf Association, Secretary H^nipliries read the rules of the National As.sociation. After a long and thorougli discussion it was decided to organize nn association. NEED MORE SCHOOLS (Special to The Herald) Calgary, .Mberta, December 11.- was ' So rapidly is the scli'ool population Several other letters J of Calgary growing tliat a new teri-proving the trii.stooship of W. F. Kus room building is required every year, sell wx>re Bubmitt,ed tho people of tho congestion by erecting new build-Tabor to inc(u'porato as a town. At ings. At present a large, numb.T of (Continued on la.st iiago.) children are unable to attend aohool, MHMfiflt- Ten Mora SJiopping Oajs Till mm Christmas shopping always does come willi a rash, now there is not a day to loose if yoti wpukl take advanfafxe of this stores best setectioris, and would'enjoy all the pleasure that oonios from a leaaiirely ciioice. Tills store.3 best service ha."? been organized to make holiday shopping this season the inosf satisfactory in its existence-throngh its numerous assorlmeiits, courteons atttntioij, prompt service and nniiiatehable values. . Morning Hours are the Bt;s?t Shoppins Iluwrs Present yourself & new suit Mr SwelSDresser Ladieal Your Gentlemen fiieiius would like to receive as pres-ento lliings they cou^ wsar. He hUes Neck-ticft and yon can ^tit swell oues from us, He likes Mufflers and needs one. For his Dress Stiit die would like a pair Silk Suspenders. We have fhem. He could use a p.iir of fineOloves. They are here in obundanceaiid your friend will know that the present yon buy for him is the best that you can get in this town if that present bears the niuue of A. Southard. He will be sure you are trying to send him a first class present and will be pleased. |AAAAA|*|it|a,^^^,^^,.^.^.^y^^^^^ What Could Be More Acceptable than a Jaeger Pure Wool Dressing Gown Men's Dressini? Gowns made from heavj' pure wool cloth double corded edgeSjSilk uiild wool Rirdlc, \ Jaeger catalogue i^rice .$10.50  Men's Jaeger Pu'C Wool l^rcs ing (iown, ((aulity P.B., (lonble corded edges, nir.do in very handsome dark patterns. Jaefz;er cauiloguo price----$ 11.60 Men's Dressinif (rown tjua-lity (i.e. made from beautiful, soft tliirk colors, the very riiiesi ([iiality pure wool. Jaeger calidtigiie price ..................$1 .�).at lined throughout with choice quality, fine Marmot, German Otter Collar and Lapells,Bhtill of good quality import-ed Beaver. A snap at ..............$4-5.00 Men's Fur Lined Coats lined throughout with North Sea Seal extra Jarge storm collar aud lapells of Persian Lamb. Good imported Beaver shell, well worth J30.00. Price $4*.00 Men's Fur Lined Coats with Labrador Otter Collar undLapells lined throughout with No. I Natural Muskrat. Pine English Beaver Shell. Price $75.00 Hen's Tasmanian Coon Coats mad<-from good quality skins well matched a^id sewn. Southaul's price $35 Men's Choice Racoon CoatAUiadefrom iiiitural skins, well matched and perfectly made.Lined with heavily padded and quilted Italian cloth lining. Southard's Price $65 Men's Choice North ren Uacoon Coats made from extra quality selected skins, heavily furred and perfectly matched. This is a verj' durable coat and well worth $100. Southard's Price........$85.00 A. SOUTHARD PHONE 100 LETKBRIDCE. ALTA. ;