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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME g 1 .i1 � . 'f�e u ,1  , ' ' ', ' ,. .V, > LKTHHKIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, FEBRUAHY 7.1907. The Store of Quality. Satisfaction Guaranteed Money Commands Great Values IN Wolsey Unshrinkable Underwear %, Wo have tunny ODD lint* in Wolsey high-grade Underwear that must be oleared before spring goods arrive. TO THOSE WHO WANT the best there is, mow is tlie time to buy the highest grade Underwear 5sMrjMRAit� sold in Canada nt money saving prices. 1 GUARANTEE Any garment bearing the Wolsey trade mark T?!?T5,T3 f shrunk ;n washing, will lie replaced.......... ri\CC Wolsey Natural Wool, regular price $-1.00. sale $2.75 per Suit ......  5.00 �.3n Fancy 5.H) .(X> H.50 7.(K) 1.00 4 15 t.'iO 5.00 Special Values in Hen's Half Hose All Wool Cashmeres at 25 & 35c. COMFORT HALT HOSE The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Latubridge JOS. McKAY WAS KILLED Former Lethbrtdge Man Loses Hit Life in Wnihington--A Tree Fell on Him. Word has readied the city that Jos. Howell McKay, son of 1). MrKny. met with n U\U\\ net-Mont at Conner. Washington. Ho wi\� work -trig In n lumber camp, n i poo falling on him nnd killing him Instantly. He was 0^ years of age nnil was Inet InLethbridgo at the death of his sis-tor, Mrs. Moran. He usee to be employed �lth tho A.It. * ti Co. This Is tho fourth denith in McKay family In a little over it year. Mr. nnil Mrs. McKay and thdir relatives will have the sympathy of tho community. \ FUEL FOR THE SETTLERS THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE head orrici:. Toronto I.STAUl.lSIIKIt 1807 B. E. WALKER, President ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager A. H. IRELAND, SuperintendeDt of Branches Paid up Capital, $10.000,000 Rest, - - - 5.000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England A GENERAL BANKING 1JCSINF.SS TRANSACTI.D COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS' PAPER DISCOUNTED The Dominion l�nnd Agant hero received the following important message I'.v lelugraph from Hon. IVonk Oliver, Minister of .the Interior I his morning.: Ottawa. |.'oh. �. 190". Announce nt onw that vlthln llm-tt� of your tvgoncy, owing ilo wtsathot' condition* and senreltv of fuel, Jiotno Wonders are relieved from ' residence duties without forfeiture of ititrles until May 1st. Also, until further notice, timber on all Government land may tie cut for immediate mm as hioii nr for sale for immediate use A* fuel without permits or duos.. The foregoing applies to the dls -�r;rt "w�t range 30, west fourth. FRANK' bUVRlt. CHINOOK LICKS UP SNOW A Chinook struck thin district yesterday nnd is still here nnd doing grand work. Tho miow Ik leaving the prairie rapidly and there are already many bare spots. If the warm wind keeps tlowlng hnothi-r six hours there will Ixv little snow left. TWELVE MEN FROZEN ? A repori wns hi'oiigJil lo the city this wc;-k by persons -delayed through the snow I'ln-kndo (u Medicine flat, thai I'J ivrscns were frozen to donth uii ih.^ prairie near that city. The report snys tluvt th;> j>nrty. all �M'� were thing in one shark in ordoi to save fuel, but tho supply was soon exhausted and they dlcxt from the exposure to tha cold. If the rumor Is correct, Medicine Ifnt is noi saying much al>oul it. BIG REAL ESTATE DEAL It has just Icuk.si out thut \V. U. 'Dobbin claims' to be thu first dealer Dobbin, the real estate mnn. soldo ]to sell such a large traet. The big sub-division in 1ht- north part [property will bt* advertised ami put of the city Inst nmnth to Moos.? .Inw on the market in Winnipeg and this parties, who make a specialty of city wiu receive a lot ol publicity vub-division properties. The d��nl ithrough tho advertising, which Is Covers n hun.liitl acivs. nwi Jlr. jsure rfo attract a heap of attontion. LOSS WILL BE 50 PER CENT. Stock Inspector McMulUn of the C.l'.i: was in the city yestorday, nnd is reported to have snlil that ibe rattle losses will reach nearly inly per crpt. He had just completed a trip over the range. It Ms ca-timaio is correct, the financial loss will fo up in the inillions. Cattle Shipments. I. I'. I'ulle.von recently ivceived the following tlatoimnl of tho shipments of cattle from this 7 l-'iegan .... U..'itio 1 ,28!� I'lntlu i 1..'00 1 .ftflo ('lalesliohii . .. 1,00/1 1.235 C'uyUy ........... ..... 0.000 1.070 (' & }'.. Line .... ..... .1.1 )Oll 2,052 Lethbridge Branch - r. r. Rttvt Manager A Publicity Commissioner. The Hoard of Trade held an Important mooting last night. It vas virtually tlecidwl to cngugo a publicity commissioner, who would koop l.a.hhridgo to tho front and watch for oil chances to locate industries here. Tho mutter is now in tho hands of a committoo. Mr. Conybcare and Mr. Cunning -ham were appointed a committee to confer with tho Council in regard to industrial sites. \ strong resolution urging more cfllclent mall service In tho West, especially fincc the 1'oat-offlco department now had a large surp'us, was passed. The PostolTlce Inspector will bc urged to have letter boxes placed at the Union station. ('. .1. Kekstorm proposed that the city should send � man with literature advertising Lethbridge, to accompany the ball toain on It* tour from Minneapolis vest. The scheme was strongly favored and a cotn-mittfo will deal with thu matter. Baptists are Active. Thr ailuiine.'.! business meeting of the Duj'liftt Ta! tTiiaele uas held on Weduesdu.v evening, when the Rev. W. Itewl, presided over a good gathering of members anil friends The special business was the dis -mission of ways anil m.-ans ivheivby the $�1..1oo could be mi**! to clear oil tlv cliurrh debt T|\v. aollowing collectors were nppo nt.'d:- AlilOH llurrison. Win. (.'ear, Mrs. K. E Key nobis, Mrs. W Virtue, Mrs. A I. Virtue nnd Miss I.' W. Wood ward. The l!ev. Mm. lu.irt promised to give a K'Ctuiv on ''l.iie ,n the Slum*, offjliisgow. Scotlmiil." th.i proci�iKls of which would go to llw debt bind The sum of 4�rUil over S30t� on a )�.v-la" to raise glO.OOO for fire appliances Dobbin. 'The sainr.v of iiev .J. A. t'Jark Pastor of Knox Church, Calgary, is to be raised from SI .800 to 82,500 Judge for Lethbridge. Attorney (lonernl Cross has Introduced a bill in the All>erta Logjpla lure providing for the formation of district courts. One of them will bo cKtahlifhod at Ijnthhridlsc and that we will have u Midge. He will lo appointed and tho court organized nt a wry early date. TRY US FIRST. YOU WILL FIND IT HERE. SATISFY OUR CUSTOMERS. NEXT TO A MAN COME$ nis UNDERWEAR Thero is no purl of tho clothing thut hne so much influence on the lira!tli ns tho uudcrwuitr. It couips in direct contact with the poros of the skin nil over the body. If tho fabric from which tho underwear is made bo impure or adulterated, the effect upon the health and comfort of the wearer in anything but desirable. It is, therefore, of the greatest importance to Bee that you get the right kind of uiidcrwpnr. Drtiihl" ov�- CHeit f�t*rt PmugSt r*oe� on* Inc. 'n f,o t. lilhb.'C Ovttoni THE NAME CONSKUVATIVKS WtlX Tim McHridu government was sus lained in 11. C ConsDivativcs car-rieu 2d seats, LUh'toIs 13. Social,-sis 8 \V l{ Ross was elected i\t I'ernle, |>r. King ut cranbrook and Di Hall at \e|suti A HAD ROAD Several accidents have occurred oi the road loading to tho br.dgo. To day a load of cual and a carriage toam. owing to th� icy road, slipped into tlio coulee and caused soma damage. The city should repair this road immediately. JAEGER stands for THE BEST, ns only the finest and purest wool is nsod in tnakinn the celebrated underwear. JACOCS The Jaegsr Trace Mark is recogniiee throughout the world as a guarantee of j^ege >. defaveaj* jsure wool. SwrnUr Stana up Collar Jaeger's Pure Wool prevents chill. Sola by A. Southard at prices printed in Jseger's Catalogue. WE HAVE THE CHOICEST ASSORTMENT OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS EVER SHOWN IN LETHBRIDGE. Negligee Shirts Stanfield's Underwear ; Fine Wolsey Underwetur Tho latest fancy in New York, Pure wool, unshrinkable. This One of the best English makes, made of fine jiercak-s. dimity., lino is heavy, soft nnd fiVeoy.!does not irritate the skin, and etc, itt nobby stripos nnd other Just tho thing for cold wentlu-r will not shrink. Absolutely smart American patterns, sizes wear. Sizes IU-4S. Price, per puro wool. Price, per li\ to 17J. Price.......$1.25 garment................$1.00 ment............... gar-$1.25 HBK 1 SHI RTT For the WQRKIN6MAN The Acme of Comfort. 4 REASONS WHY The H. B. K. Shirt is the best Shirt for the Workingman. 1. Buttons sewed on by hum!.......can't come olF 2. Thitton-liolos bur tnckcil... ,x.....can't wear out It Seams are double stitched............can't rip t. (nisdetlB reinforced.................can't liiur In Addition They uru made of the beet materials, by tho i;;ugl expert o|M>rutorson workingmou's sliirts in Canudft eaits eeeeis ernwitee .51 Roomy, Comfortable, Easy to Work in. A. SOUTHARD PHONE /OO y*ee^>�S�4�ee�^%a>���ajaM>aW� >* LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. ;