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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe volume 2 letubridge, ALBEHtA. THUIISDAy. febrvaiiy 21.1907. TiMStort ofQiiAlity. Satltfactieii COULD HAVE HAD BRIDGE Why it P�yt to Bay The Carhartt Overalls POINTS OF DiFFEKENCE When compBri'ng Overalls, tnke into consideration width of left, height of raise, extra biittons, extra pockets, break, high aprons, non-carroding buckle and blue-lined sail-cloth drill used for pockets. Of coats, length of body and sleeves, etc. If you ate examining cotton goods don't forget that there is jnst as much dilTerence between cottons as wool, and a great difference, whether the fabric is dyed-with aniline or indigo. A FEW FIR3I FACTORY FACTS There are 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 Ck>atB than used by any other manufacturer of Overalls. A full range of sises always on band. 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 Grinnell Gloves for Fiaemen an'l Engineers. Look for the Sign...................We can save yon money The 2 Maresident is tho Gljn and the closmgof Oalt-.tiwl, ^iio the proposition: It tho C.IMl. would huvo accepted the. is� freat-pity that he dldnt make kll>osition members appfsarcd tha soul. Mr. Itunton is a powerful I speaker. Tall a�d commanding in ' appearance wtUi, a "kind, face and a , Uig hoarl, he at once arrests the attcnUon and wins tlie in'tern�t mni good will of his aud'icnt-e. U'ls appeals are primarily tp tha intellect and ccn.wlcticc, thoiieh he knows well hou- to touch the best fncliugs and instincts of the' hyman heart. He to have a niap in their, posiession, :makes no attempt:to be scnsaiilonut but did not subniit it. The literal proposals will ^x considered I'y the opponent s in the intterval between this and the noxt msoting. MIODIfUXK HA P. Il'is stfttcmenfts aro not cxirax-ajfant In every subject, hp treats, hcs puts tlu> simple and esfK.'ntial truth of the gospel. He has humor,> but H is ck�licate, hcl|>ful, hoi^iing, and he never . allovs his audicncc^-to - lo�c Bight of the serious ;�idc of his subject. One (a-ils instinctively that AS a man of one tbaught, to win inum to Jcsus Christ �tid.;t.0 a lietjler .life,. and cvo'ythIOK ho BuysK^or * doc*'- has this m view. The Inqnvmion.twJhsM made upon.tbosa who have: attendod | very favoraljle, Vou've a want we can satisfy. THE HIGliT KIHD OF CLOTHES IT BIBiffri^ It is a well established fact that the."Best is the Cheapest." Realiring thii. we do not/ean^.i: cheap inferior cUiss of goods. We sell only the best and most dependable wUkM^v^^^^^U^^ cheap, shoddy class of goods yon cannot Ret it here. Evciry articlielWe aeU ii; Wekcd antee of satisfaction, and we aim to give oyir patrons the best goods for the lowest poMW^ One big lot of Men's Suits, made from English Worsteds and VicuniiB, single and double breasted, in greys, blacks -and browns, worth from 15.00 to 18.00, special for Saturday to dear, odd lines............._____............... $12.iS0 Another big lot of Men's Suits, worth from 18.00 to 22.00, will be clearwl at.............................$15.00 There are only a few left in this assortment, one or two of each pattern. They are good value at 18.00, 20.00 and 22.00, will be oleareil Saturday only at.................. $15.00 One lot of Men's Overcoats, all now nobby {latterns. will be clear^ at just nbout half price, as we do not want to carry them over. . Latest in Men's fteckwear Yon can de{jend on this store to keep you right in your neckwear The right shade, the right styles, and the right pat- . terns. Just now we have much to shotn* you that is new, smart and correct. Smart French Seam Derbys. in Foulard, Peau de Soiev and Baratheas. All the latest shades of wine, self colors in brocades, etc. These nre the season's best in high grade silks. Special valueat... .v.. v..,...;........-----.. �80c. Men's String Tiest made rne inch in width, with either square or pointed ends, smart fancy patterns and solid col-- Justthe thing for fold collars. Special value at. .25c. ors. *HEADllGHf OVERALLS HEAP OFrrCE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED 18ST B. X. WAtKSR, President AUX. LAIRO, General Manager A. B. IKBLAND, Superintendent of Braaehce Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,00(0 BiBBChes tbrouffliout Canada, and In the United States and Enfland BANKING BY MAIL 85 BosiaeM may be traiuiaot�d by mail with any branch of tiM Bank. Aooonnta may b� opened and depoolta auido or, withdrawn by maiU Xveiy attention io paid to oiit�f-town aocouats. BRANCHBt Oi ALBBRTA CALr.ARY LEAVINGS lUNTON STAVBLY C1.AKESIIOLM LETHBRIDGB IWCHER CKBBK STRATHCONA EDNiO.VTON MACLEOD VONOKA VEGREVILLB Mir.ll RIVEK MEOICINE HAT fBO DBBR VERMILION INMSI-AIL WETASKIWIN 'fhe riding of Me:licili? Hiat is botiiKlC'd on tlve east bj- tho dividing litic 0/ .\lbei'ta and Sftskatchewcm; o&: ihv Hou'Ui by ttu} i�iu�riu|lt(�ial boundary line;-on th^ north by ..tibe.: botind�rjf �lino'''Biet^iW(*^*aiwnshf|�ii 33 anii'JManid ln('tij^'>- down-to townsJwp 19, whero the ' nicmts that oiw hfard on ovory side, line moves onj to\vn.4hip oust. 'Ihj Sonio who have gone to tho �ervirids�, Cardston, Oicichisti. O�rjjion coma away with their prejudioM iar-and nearly all tlie Mormmi eoiintryi gwly removed. Tlicro is no doubt Tho population is 2ti78I. that a good work will be done. Ey- - lorything kiivos pronnsd of success. J'i.VCIfKH (lltKKK. . The Salvation Army havfc accop4ft-. the" bted;' .Absolutely hotynfr-tfiii the'^BEST daaiorflft into the �HEADLmHTS.'V The :workiDMi.,^ ship, cut and tinish'of' all theM:Kiumt�li STANDARD FORALLOTBGR IfAKEBS^^ If you onco get intoa snitot ^'HEADLiaflTB?^^ you will have no other. Price $2iS0 {Mr iiilt./ iMreotlj' to th? west of this riding arc MiCleod and Calgary. The Mac-leo�t rid'na; extends ns far north as the dividing line liotwocn 22 and 23. Jt includes tliQ Pass country and all the Hacieod ibranch to> MidnAponi. 'Iho population is 2.1,903. and the memibGrs of the local corps will give thoir inlcrcst and support to tho work, ivuhdrawinji their i own services. LETHBRIDOE BRANCH r. r*. K NOURSB. CAUIAIIY The Calgary riding extends from and includes township 23 and .34. In the first draft Calgary was just one tiownsiiip higher, up. Tha riding goes a.s far cast as Stra/thcona; goc� to the n.C. boundary and as far north as Oldsi, taking m practically all of that town. Tlie population is 29,2.^2. SOME llANTOX NfTOGETS. The tiino to be long faced is wlicn you are go:ng to bo twngcd. not when you aivs gong to hoaven. 1 was brought up to believe that if I wanted religion 1 could not got H. if I got, it I could not l''n | ship north of,Ponka, e.xo0t>t that tlio Ge�teni part of townships 41, 42 and 43 from nmso 16 oast is placed in the Strathcona riding. Tho pofiula -turn is 27,850. I Ijeliox'c tlierc .tiv? Chrii*t-luns in every church, it is not the cried but the liiu, not the church but tlio Christ thit counts. 1 oxpoct to moot many of my Roman Cuth -olic fri.nJs in heaven. STRATHCONA. The lurgCAt riding is S-trivthconn. which has a population ol 30,481. Us northern line is a brolccn om fol-Jowin.; tho Saskatcbowan to the town of Strathcona, then township 53 to lieavcrhiilii lake, then tho lower line of township 51 to range 1.1, tl�n tho lower linu of township 50 to range 14, thoii the lower line of tjwnsliip 49 to tho eastern lioundary TWO SUBWAYS A Proposition Offtred by IKayor GilbraNh. THE FA� NORTH. The romoining territory is d at � InM, nil That the Council initteo should ority to ter of sociiri torn, lands PONM. ution was pass-'ouncil mooting, ccittl land comn bo\ i^ivdn aUth -tho , Ttiit -the .�nti\ river bo*-blulTs (oXcivic pur- Mayur Galbraith is proving to bo a mayor tjf strong initiative. He is always looking aticad. Ilis latest proposal ii\^ia regard to tha �ubwa.v quoHtton. lie wants to soa ilw A.R. & I. opens onto o:r its lands on the north vide 'ol \ho tracks lor industrial i^ltcs and 'Hp thinks this could be arranged 11 th^ council wo ild conKnt to bear hatVtbo cost of t/he BubWHy uirdor tho CyP.R. �t fliyn St. This would glva\entranco to that part of tho city. Then he would have ataothcr subway built at the rear ol wie A.It. &i I. hhops. Ho would have \|he road from tho 'tridgo brought up through tha couloo iut .John Ilruco's brick yard and to U! rear of the shops by 0�. Nubwuy to nttroncsa Road This would f.n.iblo Quit St to fio closed. The F. P. Sargent G Troves (Union-made)^ These Glorea are made without rivets. They have 110 inside seams; TJieyare h�at bihI water< proof, and will not rip. They cost no more than ordinary makes.^ THEY FIT; Tbe Best Gloves in America for EogiiieersaD^ First ShipRieiit of Tweed and Cnivanetle Goatt^^ 1^ Special Interest to our Large Display. The smart tailored elegance of these nioilish garments have establiBhed them us the most favored coat of the season. A new shipment just received from our Eastern Tailors is os. peciully attractive, wnd it embraces stales that are new and distinctive with matchless tailoring and Hnish. Remarkable Values TWEED COAT, made thro^-quurter length, with box pleat {back, has velvet collar'aitd liatch pockets, tuiloreil in smart stylish fight grey materials. Price.............................!jJ 11.00 A HANDSOME COAT-Made of iieavy weight Oavanette in grey fnncy mixtures, back and front finished with wide straps, collar and cutfs overlaid witli silk velvet and brojulcioth. Price................$12.00 ANOTHER STYLISH COAT -In light givy Tweeds, with smart overcbeok. euiahedlkwith; �titchcd straps of self, forming yoke and esteiidiuK down front and buck. Pricev.v9l3'ijB0|;| ANOTHER SMART COAT-Of fancy ovorcheck Tweed, and finishe�l with ilitchtod: tmfiii'^ collar trimmed with silk velvet and braid, double breasted style. Price.:..$11.7