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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta It #� L _ VOLUME LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10.1907. NUMB�R 10 1 �- .! -. Tht Store off Quality. - '�7 Satisfaction Guarant��4 PRESBYTERIANS TO BUILD . T . ui> ^ J* Decide on Erection of a Ni# Church-Will Coil $25,000 at Lent. P -ft - p - i%" - r - r - V- ^ 1907 We speak or Program. Why not? All the CHOICE WOODS IN OUR STORE ImveAn interesting story to tell. Their silmil eloquence readily forum. knux Church cohgrvKRtfoM nct>. A mooting will tw� held two v ivkM from to-ufghrs, tJio total rerofptH n*�*�ra �H,52U..'ti!, inado up us follows: IfeitatKv ....................... 8 M0.11 Church Collodion* ......... $1,823.11 Collodion for Church l)M>t (trm.Sft t*u(1l�pti7ed at public worship. The church hnM 115 communlotijitn on the roil. Hoih th tismsuror. Tho Sunday School has 131 scholars mtd 10 touchers. 'IHic contributions rcacned ?l�5.HO aod there is u balanco on hantl of 858.30. The W. F.M.S. iiiiMd Ml.80 ami ilia W.I1. M.S. has $0.83 on hand Tlie Indies Aid rafflod the splendid sum of saoi.en. The following olucers were eWtetl: Managers foi* three years.-N'aistuUh and Hugh Scott. Congregational secretary - McKnight. Trctt$urcr--J. Kakin. AiuUtor-J. E. I>Uhbrixlge. V I- .1 I,. Straight from the Shoulder OUR SUSVJfiNDJCRS I C/^^TLE ON THE TRAMP Heel and foe, Away wo Go - ......OUR HOSIERY 11. Lot me from the Storms Thee Shelter.................. OUR MUFFLERS "What Koah Taught Me..............15ATH ROBES Little Drops of Water..........OUR UMBRELLAS Spnrke of Bounty ..........OUR SCARF PINS Poors ojwn from 8 to 0. Everybody wclcoim - Glionalla'8 Orchestra in attendance. The Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lotbbriclye Tlv^ cold spull during tho past week is the worst .Sunny Southern Alberta has exparionced in twenty years. Tlv only suffering ts amflftgst th.> cattle Thousands luive h�*Mi coming down from the north. For soipe t day thc?y were across the rivor. but on Tuesday thoy crosses 1 over and IncaUnl on the bottom The cold blasts have created u panic tlvsiu, and quite a numljer s thore have not been any loss�*s an NS*t and if the weather moderate* h* does noi think thort* will |>e. A Medicine Hat despatch says: "Hundreds of cattle are lying dead along Kha CPU tietween this point 'ami Calgary, the r�*uh it l>eing un-abU* to got feen-jt\*s aixt have there (Mirishod. Sotuh o( Cypress Hills the tdtuation is not so bad, but the looses to catllotnen in tin* district north of Medicine Hat [will put many of thorn out of busl-n s-* SUING LOCAL PEOPLE Reserve Fund. $5,000,000 HEAD CFiaCE. TORONTO B, E. WALKER, Crnernt Manager Al.l'.X. LAIKU, Asst. Oen't Manager BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA. AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A GKNKUAI- HANKING UUSlKKSS TKANSACTKO I?ABMERSf BANKING Every facility afforded Farmers for their banking business. Salos Notas cashed or taken i'oi* eollectiuu The Hank 01 Novu Scatia. through Con.vl>mre and .lon-s. in ifsuin^writ** againM tlu* signers ot' n >tes in favor of the Mnyln'hl Nursery Co. ot Cal-K�iry, ior nursery stock supplied miller contract lust >ear. 'I h' ivcthhridge d cross upon llelty river at Tuber for the accom- , present there are no threshing modation of the settlers who ure go- steam plough outfits in Vanoi mg in there \t He reports that :110 district LETHBRIDGE BRANCH HILL GIVES UP IDEA? r fi. NOURSE. MANAGER It is known that the (Sreut North* Bank Montreal em had an option on tho Itegioa and Prince All�ert lioe hefom H was purchased by th* C.N.It., and the option ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up.................. Reserved Fund...................... ,0''?!'^ Balance Profit and Loss.............. ia.lBt Head Office, Montreal Calgnry All ertan - The Albertan has received information from u Krtiinv that it is inclined to believe to be about as reliable ns can had that James Hill haw abandoned hm Canadian tnmscontinental Bchemo. U tor sonic hundrwis of thousand* not abandoned, it ha* U\�n hung up of dollars lesH than paid by the C. for Homo time to come and will not N. H. Ih> carried through by .lames Mill.' | Tho CI*.It. is huildtntf IxHeeon The Great Northern is not havinu | Weybunj and Jx*thbritlge( and that will on ^ almost u second or third transcoi. -ntal by the C.JMt. Of tour., - is In policy raters iiK*rel; *o tluj iraiiRcontinontal tho smoothest kind of a thuo in the tailed States. Apjdicaliin for increase of their bond 11? privilege* to the extent ��f 8�O,0O0,O00. which more than doubles th-? bonding otthj syntem �t -h n^ore ihnu pi*ot>able PRESIDENT: K1QHT HON. I-ORU RTUATHL'OMA AND MOUNT BOYAb. (I O VICE-Pr\r:STDF.NT: HON- SIR GKOUOW 4. liKOMMOKD. K O. M. e. road, is bein^ vigorouMy oj�post\i by the attorney general t>f Minnesota IW'Hidos 11 ills is RviUUn^ to be an that tho Great Northern may *end J up branches into Canada, ami it i*> more than |>ro*ttl>h> that cne of those M 0 old man. and has nnntuncod his tv- feelers will strike Calgary at the tirouient from active husimstf ior .very oar Host j>oBKib|e .moment, but it M>>ms certain, that the flyueral transcontinental system will u> almndon- 8�v K 8. (^I*OP8TOK, ni>'K�4l MAVAOKK t crancnes and Agenciets at a*.] t) e principal points in Canadn Also in Loudon, 1-xxglnt d, Now York, Chicago, Spokane and rewfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts old available at all potou in Unitail States, Europe iaud Canada Interest allowed on deposits at current>ot�� �, r. RE.EVE Man***' noxt .July. Ihul Hill been a younj^*r man. he doubtless would have put j through tho transcontinental lin* ml, or at leawt postponed for a con-some timo nKo. 'siderablo tim.>. TABER KEEPS GROWING Lethbridge Branch 1'* V. \Vi*silake. i-aai estate ag�.*ni at Taber was in th.� city y.^ierduy, ho report� that that town kex^h ffiv>wing rapidly. Ho says the people are disfiatiwflwl wait tho census %ure�. Ue informed tht ffcrald that Mr. Russell, who e look the einsus, nays he gave th population at a!>out 8 ofllcial i^coort only fitiya IoO. Even (hot did not include the Pouglas ami rousinh survoys or any of the mines. Mr. Wast lake India vet* tho total population at that town is about 1500. V - \ By W�Mini tht Utctt Stylt Sho�� j v+. M . r WalK-Over � r->r-i 'I* Shoes cost no mom than old ttyl^* Wo can furnish all the latest designs. Th�y Will W��r Oiil Tlm?\s onn point MWa%lk-0�trM Shoes htvo in common with nU other makes. They wilt wear out but they won't give out while wearing mil. That's worth cousularing. Gambling In Shot* Is just ns unprofitable as any other form of gambling. Yon are bound to lose in the long run. You take no chances when you buy the "Walk-Over" Ask anybody. Worth 41 V %2 Si \ Payiug more for it doesn't make the artiolt any better. We want men who have been pay ing fancy prices for their shoes to so* our , "Walk-Ow" lin*. REGISTERED .Hff^nr^ ^ - N Tito price is tho only �3 HrJ TREAT IN YOU If you've worn WALK-OVER" shoes you know how really good they ure. If you haven't there's a trwt in store for yon. No breaking in or breaking out Step into tho^WALICOVER" shop or better yet, into the shoe itself mid sec how much style a shoe can contain and yet feel ail comfort \W*r it awnv and you will wonder at skill that produced it. The Style of a Shoe A picture shows shape but not styhv You can't guess the elegance ot "WALK-OVER' shoes from the style of any other shoo vou have scon. It's different. It's I jet tor. 44 The Trustworthy Shoe Stylo stays in a "WALK-OVER" Shoefand satisfaction grows with its wenr. Men and women the world over wear "WALKOVER" Shoes. Iieouuso shoe troubles otT when WALK-OVERS go on ^1 Some People Have Trouble A With their feet Such people alwuys have trouble with their shoes-unless they wear the "WALK. OVER." When "WALK-OVER' Shoes on shoe troubles go ofr. ThaVa the testimony of nU who wear them. Shoe Perfectly Moulded To every part of the foot. Thats the WALKOVER." In every pair there's satisfying fit, style ami comfort, and WALK-OVER " quality has net a new standard for shops. - "T h -.1 Prices Ladies' Coronu Putcmt kid. Uluchev bal, box kid top,Veaper last-tVuigle sole,! Sooteh edge......................$5 00 Ladies* Corona Patent Colt. lHucher l>ul, hot kid top, tip-tot^ last, plump single sole, Jt'lfi Hcoteh edge, this is the new Mannish shoe................................f 4 50 Ladies' Viei Kid, Foxed Blucher, heavy Btugle sole.....|4 00 Men's Chrome Patent Calf. Rlucher lud, plump single sole, military hod......................................00 Meft'fi Viei Calf, Ulucht-r bal, box kid top, single or double sole, widths i\ D ami E, si/ts ft to 11, price..........$5 00 Men's Radium Calf-Blucher bid, radium calf top, heavy sole, price.......................................$4 00  1 The "WalK-Over" Man for Lethbridge. Th� Siga of SatitfeHf* f PHONE tOO Mb 1' -ft - - I iS 4 ;