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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOLUME iS LETHBKIDGE. AliBEttTA. THUBSDAY. FEBRUARY 28.1907. NUMBER 17 IVSlOM ofQaalUy. 0MrftatM4 Coat ^ Shirt JiHl iSpit 00 like � coat-not  nmipit totlMboMin. theAouldeni ConfofUbly roomy under the ibm. Cotrectly propoctiaBed deevcs-geaer- Maifto loolc welL wear well, fit well Dhm mm) buMMM �jrlM.^hil* Md oeloMd. Makcn� Berlin. Canada That New Lounge Shirt of ours has certainly made a hit. Coat>front, comfort-fitliiig, cnatoni-out ami enstoni* iewn, with eveiy little detail perfect. Made of the ailkieat, aofteat flannel, in pretty cheek deaigua, and plain light colora, French (fold-Qvef) cuffa, lounge collar to niidtch. Theae Lounge Shirtaare very new, indM^l, but the way they-are aelling in the citiea, already aaanre a wide and lasting p^nlari. ty for thia aenaible, com. fortableahirtnoTelty. We are opening dp a latge ahipment c� neir spring Shirtaina fewdaya. All the very newest and np-to. date patterns in N^igee Coat Shirts and Begsttaa. We Handle Nothing b�t the Bctt The Makers of Canada'a higheat grade Shirta Pricea-11.16, 1.S5, 1.50, 1.75, 2.0�). We carry in atock a full range of sizea and heighl;a in 20 different atyles of the celebrate J brand Oollara. Look tor the Sign.......... ____We oiai save yon money e 2 Macs Only Sxclualve Hen's Outfitters In Lathbridge CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO ESTAnUSUED ISST 9.% WAinS, President MUX.IUMV, Geaeral Muuger A. �. nUtLAHD, SiiperiHtendcBt of : Biaaehea Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, ... 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,009 inmches tbrotic&oat Canada, and In the United States and Baclsad A GENERAL BAXKIXG BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMER^I BANKING JBveiy faeUity^RTordedi J'nr^nrs for their baakiaf Imaineea. Sales Notes eaehed or taken for eollectipn BANKING BY MAIL.-Deppije jiia> he madecr withdtawn by mail. Out-of-town accounts receive every attention CALr.ARV CLARESHOI.M CDMOXTON lirAH RIVKR BRANCMBf IN ALBBKTA LBAVINGS NANTON STAVILY LETHBRIDGS rUTCHBR CKlKK STRATMCONA MACLEOD rOMOKA VICRBVILLI MEDICINE HAT tUY MBR VBRMILION WITASMWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH r. fi. K. NOURSB. -  . IfANAOSe Bank of I ESTABLISHED 18t7 Cspltsi slljiM sr..... OMrrfls rSSS slaset Profit ssd Leu. .tl4.IM.lll Head Office, Montreal PRESISSNT: SMRT RO�. LOAD !tTa4TBCOIiA AMB llanKT SOTAL, S. fl; VICSPRES1DBNT: ROK. ns eaoBiss a. BaniiiiOMb. k. a. m. e. u. a. a. �. 0M>u9Tott, e�aKAi ineaes and Affsnotos at eUtl eprlnoipel.polntetn Canete Also iu tiondon, Englas d, Kew York, Chleegoi ' Spokane and Fewiouadland TrnreUers' Circular Latteraof Credit and CommerelalrCcadUa issued for use in all parts of the werld. COLLEOftOMa iCAOE OK rAVORA8LB TSMCa Drsfta toM aealUbl* At til pointa In Uou'ert StttM, Utnpt (ss� UtssSs Interest allowed on depesite at eurrent'retes THREE-STOREY BLOCK To be Ereeted ^a Kound Street by ft. E. Sherlock-Finest Building in Sovlhcm AlbeHa. L�thbridse is to have anothor big buainese block. R. ro. Shcrluck has aiiiiouncoit hm intention to build a throe storey brick block on Hound Ht. It will cover the properly now occupied by the atores of .1. J. Johnaton, drug' gist, Hutton & Dixon, tailors; Joe Fong, restaurant, and Nelson and FraHer, 'grocern. Mr. Sherlock, ac- quired the lohtiaton ]jroporl,v this week. ;>.-"�' ; . The {ground floor will lie fitted up for the accommodation u( two large stores and two; small onus. The upper atorics will be used for oincos. it will be one of the most modern buildings in Southern Alberta and will cost in the neighborhood of $4U,000. One of Its fcalurus will be a paaaengsr elevator. Keep Your feet in Style ffltCHELL^t COME WiU Not be Able to Meet Operators at Calgary. (Gulgury Herald.) Diatrict President F. H. Sherman, of the United Miners, arrived in the city front the south today, accompanied by ten prominent members of the unioji, and they expect, more tomorrow. They are hci-e with a view of nicei-iug the operators, and the first meeting will take place in the Co-opernt-ive hall at. 2 o'clock on the after -ftioon of' .Ian. as. Mr. Sherman ex-prrascd 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. Accompan.viDg Mr. Sherman are D. B.M. of Ifritiah Columbia, John Sullivan from Michel, W. araham, member of the Crow's' Nest sub-section, D. L. Miller, member for liethbridge district, and others. Tomorrow International Vice-President T. L. I^eAvis, and a district board rocfailx'r, Thomas Burke, of Illinois, are expected. Mr. Mitchell, the president of the organization, was expected, but found himself unable to come owing to the seriouR illness of hia mother-in-law. During the short Interview that the Herald had with Mr. Sherman, he atated that the miners were great iy disappoiated in tlie action taken by the government In. many matters. It liad turned down,,all>^th^.,l�giala-? tioH that'had fbmn'pi^ia^^ the miners, and the minors are consequently greatly disappointed, 'as they expected considerable help from the logiaidtion promised to thciti. DKMEWMJIIN IMPROVES Cdnsoltatioa of Doctors held Thlslfoming. The many friends of Dr. Mewbum throughout Southern Alberta will regret to learn that his condition has not improved this week and that he is in a very critical condition at the prescht time. Dr. Kennedy, of Macleod an-are store at Warner about the middle of March. ,Hc is building a. two storey buiiding. A XEW BRlbqi:.^ Mr. Lcfflngw�tl, of Warner, woa in the clly ycaterdity. He says the t;ovcruuient is going to build a new over-Xertigue'a^Goulee. They will iitWft kavr a,weM�jdHlin�ar ino thereby May laj, ifiia will put in a good fire break. Mri'^IuelAng-well aald to the Herald, "The .A\  berta government is the best lever stnick." TRAVELLERS GQI^AY: Lethbridge Branch  �EBVK 10.000 COMING From Eitgtaad and Scotland to Work in Canada. Had to Pay Fines Renehing Thirty Dollars. Two coimncrciai travellers had a gidfly time in the city on Monday. They imbibed a little too much liquor and started down Round Street looking for some fun, and finally they undertook to get gay with radiator alongside of .1. D. Higin botham's. They put it in a cart and it was not long before they upset i and di'stroyed it. The police got after thum and thc.v appeared in court on Tucsda.v and the diiy'.s .sport cost them ttia each. By Wearing the Lnteat Stylea Shoes WalK-Over Shoes cost no more than old furnish all the latest designs. - style., We esn REGISTCREO They Will Wear 0�t That's oQo point "Walk-^cr" Shoes have ill common with all other makes. ;They,wUl,' wear oat bat they won't give ont while wvsriiiK out. Thafs wortli considoring. Gambling in Shoes Is jnat as unprofitable as any other form of ' gambling. You are Imuud to loao in the long:: run. You take no ciiunues when you bay the-"Wslk-Ovcr" Ask anybody. Worth Considering PayinK more for it doesn't make the article any better. We want men who have been pay- > ing fancy prices for their shoes to see our "Walk-Over" line. The price > the only difference. A TREAT IN STORE FOR YOU If you've worn "WALK-OVER" shoes you know how really good they are. If you4iaveu't there'a^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 at the skill that produced it. ,^ The Style of a Shoe A pictfire shows shape but not style. You can't guess the elegance of "WALK.OVBH"shoMfrbtii the style of any other, shoe you have seen. It's different. It'^ tetter. "The TrustwcNrtli^^hoe" / 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-OVERS : go on. SMALL LOSS Thoa. Underwood, the manager of the Coaldale hotel had a lettclr from Fred Downer, vho is in Bngland. Mr. Dowi!inr says Canada is all the talk over there and the steamers up to May sailings are crowded with (leople destined for Canada. He says that the Grand Trunk Pacific have engaged 10,000 Englishmen and a'cotchnwn to come to Canada this spring^ to work on the naw transcontinental. This contradlcta the yarn about Englishmat:' not being wanted for this work. Alberta Sheep Co. Wintered Splendidly. OOING INTO DlISINESa. The Calgory Albertan says: Fred Kirkhom left for Lethbridgc ycster -day. Mr. Kirkham will shortly open a brokerage buainesa in that city." DL'ILDIN'O PERMITS. The following building permitshavc been issued: Erncat Oxiand, alter -atlons to reaidence on Dompas St. 800; W. T. Korriaon, residence on Daitlet St. S3,400: Geo. A. Davis, residence, Bompaa St. Sl.SOO; A. U Foster, raaldonee, Weatminatcr Road, sa.ioo. W. A. Hamilton informed the Herald that nut of 2000 sheep the Alberta Sheep Co. had only lost about twenty this winter, and only one of these was caused by the cold weather. Mil. 81MMOXS ADDRESS. REAL.ESTATE SNAP. It you to raad the real eatata ad. nf T, E. Patteaon. He la olToring 34 Iota on the Turner ad-ditlor at a anap and at temui that will appeal to workingme'n especially-. (Edmonton Bulletin.) A largo number of the mombera of the Canadian cluba turned out this afternoon to the weekly luncheon, was the "speaker of the occasion and dealt with the question 9; Capital and Labor not from any local, technical or controversial standpoint, but from the broader ground of the manner in which the problem' affected our national interests and our futai-e. The address M'aa original and educa tive, the treatment of the subject evoked the hearty applause of the club. At the conclusion of the address n vote of thanks was tendered the aijcakcr on motion of .1. R. Boyle, M.P.P. and Dr. W. D. Ferris. WANT POST OFFICES. Applicattona have boon made to the poatofflce department for post -ofllccB at 8. W. i Section 15, Town-ahip la. Range 33, W. 4th Meridian, at John Warnock'a houae and at Section 84, Township 11, Range 33, W. 4th Meridian. Some People Hove Trouble With their feet. Such people always have trouble with their shoes-unless they wear the "WALKOVER." When "WALK-OVER" Shoes goon shoe troubles go off. That's the testimony of all . who wear them A Shoe Perfectly Moulded | To every part of the foot. That's the "WALK-OVER" In everv pair there's satisfying tit, style and comfort, and "WALK-OVER" quality has set u new staiidaitl for shoos. Prices Ladies' Corona patent kid Blucher bul. box kid top, Vesper last, single sole J Scotch edge..............$5.00 Ladies' C!orona Patent Colt, Blucher b^, box kid top, tip-toe last, plump single sole, 3-10 Scotch edge, this is the new Mannish shoe.. ....................4.50 ^Ladies' Vici Kid, Foxed Blucher, heavy single sole ... .4.00 Meu'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 and �, si'/es 5 to 11, price----5.00 Men's Radium Calf, Blucher bal, radium calf top, heavy sole, price.....................................4.00 m A. Southard The "Walk-Over" Man ror Lethbridge mm Tb�^f' m m PHONE too "i................. LETHBRIDOE, ALTA. mm m ;