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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta The Store of Quality. Satisfaction Guaranteed Why it Pay* to Buy The Carhartt Overalls POINTS OF DIFFERENCE When comparing Overalls, take into consideration width of lop, height of raise, extra buttons, extra pockets, brook, high aprons, non-carroding buckle and blue-lined sail-cloth drill used for pockets. Of coats, length of body and sleeves, etc. If you nie examining cotton goods don't forget that there is just as much difference between cottons as wool, and a great difference, whether the fabric is dyed with aniline or indigo. A FEW FIRM FACTORY FACTS There arc SIX more yards to the dozen used in the manufacture of CARHARTT apron Overalls and FOUR more yards used to the dozen in the manufacture of Coats than ustd by any other manufacturer of Overalls. A full range of sizes always on hand. The Home of the Carhartt OVERALL GLOVE Waterproof and Fireproof THE F. P. SARGENT (Union Made) Free from rivets and inseams. We also carry the Griunell Gloves for Fiaemen and Engineers. Look for the Sign...................We can save you money The 2 Macs Only Exolusire Men's Outfitters In Latbbridge COULD HAVE HAD BRIDGE C. P. R. Would Have Contented to Traffic Bridge, if Subway Hid Been Built. It will lx> n;?ws to clt.l/.on.i to learn Herald is confident If It had oMxwii that ir I he city Imd consented to Hm subway. Idea would havu gone bear half tho cost of a subway at l*"U�V!! * ... . . , , , u , _ Mr. Whyto, the vice-president Is the Ulyn and tho clusUigor Oalt strwt, ^ y.ho ^ tho ,>ro,)o8,U(,n. H tho CP.It. would huvo acoeirtcd tho j8 0 troctt pj.ty that ho didn't ninko idea of u trafllc bridge in connection it in writing to this Hoard of Trade, with their Ug structure here. Instead of tolling an Individual. If ho The statement wgs made by a city had pursued that course, Ijt�thbrltlgw alderman to the Herald la�t night, woukl havu Iwrno half the cowl .of and -ho h�1(I this Impression was convoyed to the Hoard of Trado at the meeting, when the subway matter wus d.HCUHSed. Nothing of the sort wus �vor mentioned alt this moot Ing of the Hoard of Trade and tho a subway gladly, with iho certainty of a trafllc bridge In view. We wonder If It Is too late to lata this matter up wVlh Mr. Whyto. Tho Doit id of Trade might make unothci' attempt. THREE NEW RIDINGS Boundaries of Alberta Constituencies Arranged. MANY ATTEND The Evangelistic Services at Wes ley Church. Ottawa, Fob. 18.-This morning | Evangelist llnnton is in t)v^ inwlst tho special cotmiviltee of the house �" "Pec'n' evangelIstlc services 0I to consider tho readjustment of the j Wesley Church, having begun ,n rondiluencics of Saskatchewan jmA |Tuesday evening a campaign whirl) Alberto, on the I asis of the last'con-' will bo continued for three weuks. sua, h?ld a mating. Uixlcr the ar- | At tl� service's which haw Imvii held tmgouu.ni proposed Saskatchewan �o far, the attendance hivs h.") I; Itegina, 20,705; j speaker. Tall ami commanding in Mooso Jaw, 21,2*1; Saskatchewan. ,757; lla.ttloford, 17.H51); Prince Albert. 20,227; Humboldt, 2S1.U03; lOdmontcn. 2d,:i01; Victoria*, 28.888; Stralhcona. 20,4HI; Hed IKser. 27.-80(i; Canary 2i 1,250: Maclood. 21,-701; M.dtelne Hat, 2!l.�8�. Tho opposition members appeared to have a map in their possession, but did not submit it. The liberal proposals will I* candderod ly tho opponents In the interval between this and the next meeting. jjfe----------------- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HKAO OrriCE, toronto i'.stahi.isiikii iser B. B. WALKER, President ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent 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 BANKING BY MAIL *5 Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of the Bank. Accounts may be opened and deposits made or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid to out-of-town accounts. BRANCHES IN ALBERTA CALGARY tl.AKliSII01.M EDMONTON MICH KIVKK INNISIAIL LEAVINGS LKTIIBR1DGE MACLEOD MEDICINK HAT HANTON STAVELY rtVCHER CHEEK STRATHCONA PONOKA VEGREVILLE fin DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN MKWCIXK HAT. npimarnnce wHU a "kind face and n big lieurl, he at once arrests the attention and wins the iMen-wi n,� intellect and ft nielcncc, though he knows well how to touch the Itest feelings and instincts of the human heart. He makes no uUci�|>t to be sensational His statements are not extravagant In every subject ho treats he puts the simple and essential truth of the gospel. He has humor, but it is delicate, helpful, bottling, and he nover allows his audience to lose sight of the serious side of his suo ject. One feols Instinctively that he is a man of one thought, to win men j to Jisus Christ and to a letter life The riding of Modlchw Hat is bound xl on the cast by the dividing line of Alberta and Saskatchewan; oh. (he s�uth ly the Interna* tonal land everything ho says*, or d down- to township It), where the lino moves on.- township east, 'lh.' rifling takes in Medicine Hat. Ia>Ui- the serviCiS has 1>e acreptod un invitation to join in t'lw sorvioes Inreclly to tin- west o( this riding and tho members of the local corps 'arc Miclood and Talgary. TheMae-,wlM givo their interest and sup- IcikI rid'n^ extends as far north as the dividing line between 22 and 23. It includes tlw Pass country and all I ho Macleod branch to Mldn�l>ore. The population is 23,903. CAI.CJAHV. The Calgary riding extends from nnd includes township 23 and .'M. In tho first draft Calgary was just one township higher, up. Thj riding goes as far east as Ktrwlhconu; goes to the U.l'. boundury and us far north as Oldsi. taking in practically all of that town. The population jh 2U.252. 'port to tho work, withdrawing their jown fw-rvicos. SOMK HAXTON NTOGKTS. Tho tiino to be long faced is when i .sou ure going to Iju hanged. not .when you ai� going to heaven. I wus brought up to believe that if I wonted ivligiuii I could not got It. if 1 got it I could not know it; | if 1 knew it I had not got rt; if I got it I could not lose it; if I lout ! it 1 did not have it. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. r*. K. NOURSE.  MANAOER # Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up...................SIM Reserved Fund...................... IM*MM Balance Profit and Lou......... 4*5, IH Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: kioht hon. loud strathcona anp mount �otal, �. VICE-PaESIDENT: hon. sir okoroh a, dbomnond, k- 0. m. �. 0. m. o. m. a. oloustov, oiiiiai mamassm Brancnea and Agencies at aU t) tprinoipal points in Canada Also Ju London, Inglai d, Faw York, Chioago, Spokane and I'twioundland Travellers' Clroular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all part* of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts aold available �t all point* Id United States, Europe rand Canada Inlarael allowed on deposits at ourrtnt'ratti Lethbridge Branch - S��' BtEVE 11KU UKKU. I The lied ltoer riding expends north i to tlu mi lh ol '111. which is one town |ship north of.l'onka, except that tho I ; eastern part of townships 41, 12 ami ; lit from run jo Hi oast is placnl in tlie Strathcona riding. Tho por>ula -tion is 27,8.r��. STUATHCOSA. Tho lurgest riding is Strathcona. which has a population of 20,481. Its northern line is a broken oi�> following tho Saskatchowan to the town of Strathcona, then towiinldp 5H to Hoaverhiils lake, then tho lower line of township 51 to range 1.1, then tho lower Un . of township 50 to range 11, thon the lowor lino of tnvnship 11) to tho eastern lionmlary TIIK I'MU NOHTII. Tlw romalning territory is divided by a lino running almost north from ICdmontoii Tho wost division wUh a population of 20,881 is called Iddmonton and the east with a kopulation of 28,888, is called Victoria. I U'lieve there oiv ChriKt-iuns in every church, it is not tho cr.od M't tho life, not the church but. the Christ ?h�t counts. 1 expect to nveot many of my Itomun Tath -olic frl.n.ls in heaven. You've u wunt we cun satisfy. Our thought* art for your nc�dt.] THE RIGHT KIND OF CLOTHES AT BIGHT PRICES I 11 is a well established fact that the. "Best is the Cheapest." Realizing thia, we do not cany */. cheap inferior class of goods. We sell only the best unci most dependable makea. It yon want  cheap, shoddy class of goods you cannot get it here. Every article! we sell ia backed by onr guarantee of satisfaction, and we aim to give our patrons the best goods for the lowest poaaibl* price. One big lot of Men's Suits, made from English Worsteds and Vicunas, single und double breasted, in greys, blacks and browns, worth from 15.00 to 18.00, special for Saturday to clear, odd lines.............. ..................$12.60 Another big lot of Men's Suits, worth from 18.00 to 22.00. will be cleared at...............................$1S,00 There are only a few left in this assortment, one or two of each pattern. They are good value at 1H.00, 20.00 and 22.00, will be cleared Saturday only at..................$1500 One lot of Men's Overcoats, all now nobby patterns, will be cleared at just ithout half price. aB we do not wont to carry litem over. Latest in Men's Neckwear You can depend on this store to keep you right in your neck-wear. The right shade, the right styles, mid the right patterns. Just now we have much to show you that is new, smart and correct. Smart French Seam Derbys. in Foulard, Peau do Soie-and Baratheas. All the latest shades of wine, self colors in brocades, etc. These are the season's best in high grade silks. Special value at..............................50c Men's String Ties, made me inch in width, with either square or pointed ends, smart fancy patterns and solid colors. Just the thing for fold collars. Special value at. .'25c. OVERALLS >?N$v \ UNION MADE TWO SUBWAYS Proposition Offered by Mayor Galbrailh. At'QiimiNn mvKit bottom. Tho following rosojution was pass-mi at lu�t night's .Council mooting. That tho Connciiy�mecial lantl conv in.tteo should /ho\ given authority to tajw upV tho mil  ter of socurlny tlw entirw river l�ot-tom, lands and bluffs fo\c.ivic purpose!. , Mayor Oalbrailh is proving to lie a mayor of strong initiative. He 1m a'wuyN looking ahead. Ills latent pro|K>Rul I" in regard to ihu stihway question, lly wiinU to koo tlw A.It & I. opons oine ot its lands on U\n north side of the tracks for i nil us trial sites and he thinks this could bo arranged 11 tho council wo ild consent to boar halfy the cost of t/ho subway uirdor tho CU'.R. at Olyn St. This would glvoXentranco to that part of tho city. \^ Then ho would bavo another sub' way huilt at tho rear al W A.It & I. shops. Ho would have \jhe rou�l from Ihe Iridgo brought up through tho couleo tut .lohn Hruco's brick yard and to -tho roar of tha shops by the. subwuy to Baroness Iload This would cnablo Uult St