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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta TGe Herald VOLUME U LETHBR1DGE. ALBEttTA. THUBSDAY, FEBRUARY 28.1007. NUMBER IT The Store of Quality. Satisfaction Guaranteed Coat 'cShirt � Jim! dip it on a!:e a coat-not a rumple to the bosom. Fit* mugly over the ihauUlera. 803 Comfortably roomy under the ami. Correctly proportioned ileeva- generous length. Made to look well, wear well, fit we!L Dmm aad biainm My Its, while mm! cotatcd. jJS&ffl^} Maker*, Berlin. Canada That New Lounge Shirt of ours has certainly made a hit. Coat-front, comfort-fitting, custom-cut anil custom-sewn, with every little detail perfect. Made of the silkiest, softest flannel, in pretty chock designs, and plaiu light colors, French (fold-over) cuffs, lounge collar to match. These Lounge Shirts are very new, indeed, but the way they are selling in the cities, already assure a wide and lasting popularity for this sensible, comfortable ahirt novelty. We are opening op a huge shipment of new spring Shirts in a few days. AH the very newest and up-to-date patterns in Negligee Coat Shirts and Regattas. We Handle Nothing but the Beat The Makers of Canada's highest grade Shirts Prices- ll.lfi. 1.15, 1.50, 1.75, 2.00. We carry in stock a full range of sizes aud heights in 20 different styles of the celebrated J brand Collars. Look for the Sign...................We can save you money TKe 2 Macs Only Exclusive Uen's Outfitters In Lafibridge THREE-STOREY BLOCK To be Erected on Round Street by R. C. Sherlock-Finest Building in Southern Alberta. Lothbrlrigo is to linve another big business block. It. 10. Sherlock has announc-cil his intention to build a throe storey brick block oil IloumJ Hi. It will ca\er the property now occupied by the stoics of .1. J. Johnston, druggist, Mutton & Dixon, tailors; Joe Fong, restaurant, and Nelson and Fraser, grocers. Mr. Sherlock nc- this quired the Johnston piopurty week. '� The ground floor will be fitted up for the accommodation of two large stores and two small ones. The upper stories will be used for oMcos. It Mill be one of the most modern buildings in Southern Alberta und will cost in the neighborhood of $10,000. One of Its features will be n passenger elovator. I THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE fflTCHELL JMT COME Will Not be Able to Meet Operator! at Calgary. (Culgury Iternld.) District President V. 11. Sherman, of the United Miners, arrived in the city from the south today, accompanied by ten prominent members of the union, and they expect more tomorrow. They are here with 11 view of meeting the operators, and the first meeting will tuke pinto in the Co-opernt-ivo hall at 2 o'clock on the after -noon of' .Inn. 28. Mr. Sherman expressed a belief that they would be able to completeall business with the operators in two or three days, if nothing turns up to cause friction. Accompanying Mr. Sherman arc D. B.M. of Hritish Columbia. John Sullivan from Michel, W. Graham, member of the Crow's Nest sub-section, D. L. Miller, member for Ijethbridge district, and others. Tomorrow International Vice-President T. L. Lewis, and a district board mcmlier, Thomna Iiurkc, of Illinois, are expected. Mr. Mitchell, the president of the organization, wus expected, but found himself unable to come owing to iho serious illness of his mother-in-law. During the short Interview that The Herald had with Mr. Sherman, he stated that tho miner* were great ly disappointed in the action taken by the government In many matters. It had turned down >all the,, legislation that had been promised to the miners, and the miners arc consequently greatly disappointed, n� they expected considerable help from the legislation promised to them. DR. MEWBURN IMPROVES Consultation of Doctors held This Morning. The many friends or Dr. Mcwburn throughout Southern Alberta will regret to learn thai his condition hns not improved this week and that he Is in a very critical condition at the present time. Dr. Kennedy, of Macicod ami Dr. Oalbr.tith have been attending him and this morning Dr. Cnlvin, a prominent pli.vxirinn. nr � rived from St. Paul. A consultation of .doctors was held this morning at the residence of Dr. Mcwburn. and decided thut an operation would not In; necessary. The doctor's condition is Improving. Dr. AlcSorloy of Michel, U.C. is coming to assist Dr. McNally with Dr. Mewburn's practice, during the lutter's illness. Keep Your Feet in style STOUE AT WAHNKIt. Win. Moellinger. of Portland, Oregon, was in the city yesterday. He will open a nardware store at Warner about the middle of March. .He is building a two storey building. A NEW BRIDGE. HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO EHTADLISIIED 1SST Paid-up Capitol, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,009 Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and Enclaad . S. WALKER, President ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager A. �. IBBLAHD, Superintendent of Branches GOING TO EDMONTON TRAVELLERS GOT It AY Roht. Living stone Appointed Had to Pay Fines Reaching Manager of n Mine. Thirty Dollars. A GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED 86 FARMERS' BANKING �very facility Afforded Farmers for their banking business. Sales Notes cashed or taken for collection BANKING BY MAIL.-Deposits may be made or withdrawn by mail. Out-of-town accounts receive every attention Roht. iiigHtnm', ono of tho officials of the Unit mi hps. loaves tonight tor Edmonton to tnko the inannRc-mcnt of tho City Coal t'o.'s inlno at that city. Mr. IjiviugHion has boon horn for yours und is one of tho most popular ollU-inls tit tho mine. Tho iCdmonton company ore to bo congratulated on soctiriiiK such enmputont manngor. CALP.ARV CLAKESHOLM EDMONTON HIcMl RIVKIt INNISI'AII. BRANCHED IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON STAVBLY LETHHKIDCE flVCHER CHEEK BTRATHCONA MACLEOD rOrtOKA VBCRBVILLB MEDICINE HAT till DBBB VBRMILION WBTASMWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH r ft. K NOURSR. MAHAOBB Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid ap...................IU.I IcKrvcf Paid...................... lt,l Balaace Profit sad Utt.............. tiMM Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: MIQHT HON. LORD 8TR&THCONA AMD MOUNT SOVAL, VICE-PRESIDENT: HOW. SIR QBOROB A. DBOMMOMD. K. 0. H. S. s. o. a. a. B. . OMJUSTOJ, OIVBIA1 �ranonss and Aganoiea at aU tl eprlnoipa) points in Canada Also in London, Lnglai d, Nsw York, Chleago, ' Spokane and I"*w) oundland TraTallars' Clroular Letters oI Credit and Commercial CrsdUs issued (or use In al) parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TEMfg Draft* solo vsllibla �t all points In Uoitsrt states, Bur��e fees Uaeaea ' Interest allowed on deposits at current rates Lethbridge Branch - UZ�?vt Mr. l^cinngwoll, of Warner, was in the city yesterday. Ho says the Kovcrtmicnt in going to build a now bridiH over Xcrtlguc's^coulec. They will nlso have n well .dWItlng much-" iuo there by May 1st. and will put in a good fire break. Mr:' tailing -well said to the Herald. "The Al -tort n government is the best I over Htruck."' 10.000 CONING from England and Scotland to Work in Canada. Thos. Underwood, th> manager of the Coaldale hotel had u letter from Fred Downer, v ho is in Kngland. Mr. Duwnor su.vk Canada Ih nil tho tnlk over there and tho steamers up to May sailings arc crowded with people destined for Canada. He says that (ho Grand Trunk Pacific have engaged 10,000 ICnfir.Hhmcn and Scotchmen to vomo to L'nnadu this spring' to work on the new transcontinental. This contradicts the yarn about Englishmen not being wanted for this work. Two commercial travellers hud a giddy time in the city on Monday. They imbibed a little too much liquor und started down Round Street looking for some fun. und finally they undertook to get gny with n radiator ulongfiido of J. }>. Jfigin -botham's. They put it in a cart and ll wus not long before they upset it and destroyed it. Tho police got after them and they appeared in court on Tuesday and the duy's sport cost them $15 each. SMALL LOSS Alberta Sheep Co. Wintered Splendidly. W. A. Hamilton informed the Herald that out of 2000 ehoep the Alberta Hheep t'o. had only lost about twenty this winter, and only one of these was caused by the cold weather. (iOINC. INTO BUSINESS. The Culgary Albertnn says: Fred Kirkhom loft for lethbridge yoBter  day. Mr. Kirkhnm will shortly open a brokerage business in that city." BUILDING PERMITS. Tho following building permitshavc been issued: I0rnst Oxlnnd, a I tor -ations to residence on Bompas Si. 9800; W. T. Morrison, residence on Bnrtlet St. $2,400; Geo. A. Davis, residence, Bompas St. $1,500; A. U. Foster, resldonco, Westminster Bond. 9�,100. MEAL ESTATE SNAP. Jt will pay you in road tho real estate ad. of T. E. Pattoson. Ho is adoring 24 lots on tho Tumor addition at a snap and at terms that will appeal to workingmon especially. Mil. SIMMONS ADDRESS. (Edmonton Bulletin.) A largo number of the membors of i the Canadian clubs turned out this ! afternoon to tho weekly luncheon, j was the "speaker of the occasion and ! dealt with tho question 9/ Capital |and Labor not from any local, technical or controversial standpoint, but from tho broader ground of the mnn-j nor in which the problem affected our 1 national interests and our future. The address was original nnd educa tivo, tho treatment of tho subject evoked the hearty applausu of the club. At tho conclusion of the address a vote of thanks was tendered tho speaker on motion of .1. R. Boyle, M.P.P. and Pr. W. 1). Ferris. WANT POST OFFICES. Applications havo been mado to tho postotAco department for post  offices at 8. W. J Suction 15, Township 12. Range 23, W. 4th Meridian, at John Warnock's house and at Section 84, Township 11, I tango 22, W. 4th Meridian. By Wearing the Latest Style* Shoea WalK-Over Shoes cost no more than old stylo. We can furnish all the latest designs. ' They Will Wear Out That's ouo point Walk-Over" Shoea have in common with nil other makes. They, will wear oat but they won't give out while wearing out. That's worth considering. _^ Gambling in Shoea Ts just as unprofitable as any other form of gambling. You are bound to lose in the long run. You take no chances when you buy the "Walk-Over" Ask unybody. Worth Considering Paying more for it doesn't make the article any better. We want men who have been paying fancy prices for their shoes to see oar REGISTERED "Walk-Over" line. The price .is the only difference. A TREAT IN STORE FOR YOU If you've worn "WALK-OVER" shoes you know how really good they are. If you haven't there's a treat in store for you. No breaking in or breaking out. Step into the "WALK-OVER" shop or better yet. into the shoe itself and see how much style a shoe can contain and yet feel all comfort. Wear it away and you will wonder ut the skill that produced it. The Style of a Shoe A picture shows shape but not style. You can't guess the elegance of "WALK-OVER" shoes from the style of any other shoe you have seen. It's different. It's better. "The Trustworthy Shoe*' Style stays in a "WALK-OVER" Shoe and satisfaction grows with its wear. Men and Women the world over wear "WALKOVER" Shoes, because shoe troubles go off when WALK-OV ERS go on. Some People Have Trouble With their feet. Such people ulwuys have trouble with their shoes - unlesB they wear the "WALKOVER." When "WALK-OVER" Shoos goon shoe troubles go oft*. That's the testimony of nil who wear them A Shoe Perfectly Moulded To every part of the foot. That's the "WALKOVER" In every pair there's satisfying fit, styl and comfort, and "WALK-OVER" quality ha set a new standard for shoes. has Prices Ladies' Corona patent kid Blucher bul. box kid top, Vesper lust, single sole I Scotch edge..............$5.00 Ladies' Corona Patent Colt, Blucher baj, box kid top, tip-toe last, plump single sole, 3-Hi Scotch edge, this is the new Mannish shoe........................4.90 Ladies' Vici Kid, Foxed Blucher. heavy single sole----4.00 Men's Chrome Patent Calf, Blucher bul, plump single sole, military heel..............................6.00 Men's Vici Calf, Blucher bal, box kid top, single or double sole, widths C, D aud E, sizes 5 to 11, price... .9.00 Men's Radium Calf, Blucher bul, radium calf top, heavy sole, price.....................................4.00 A. Southard The "Walk-Over" Man for Lethbridge Tae Siga of SatUfactioa, PHONE 100 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ;