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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME J LhTllllUIDG�. ALBERTA. TIIUBSDAY. JANUAKY 17.1907. NUMBER 11 The Store of Qvality. Satisfaction Guaranteed The Geo. A. Slater Boots and Shoes for Men When you buy a Geo. A. Slater Shoe you take no chances. We take all the risk, and our broad guarnnJt'c covers ovorytliiuR We linndle the GEO. A. SLATER SHOE because we believe that each individual shoe, ujid tlie line collectively, represents pro(;re3sivene8s, efficiency and economy to u preater degree than ony other Hue to-day manufactured. Correctly sliaptKl, lionefelly priced, and gooil enough for those who want the beat there is. Prices........................$4.25. I lank'.MK poliitK in ibu I'liited States. They are nc.^oti.ibie .-il ifq.oo tj the � stuilinij in Oroat Bi'.laiii and Ireland. They form an excellent msthod of remitting small sums of money with safety nd at small cost, and may be obtained without delay at any office of the Bank CALC.AKY tLAKK.SI101..M EIJ�IO\TO.\ Hir.ii ui\  \M.SI AIL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA MANTON STAVELY ri>XIIER CREEK STRATHCONA rOHOKA VEGREVILLE  Kit DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LEAVINGS Li:-riiBKiix-.K ALACLKOD MUniCINE HAT LETHBRIDGE BRANCH r fi K. NOIJRSE. MANAGER ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up...................Si4.000.000 Keserved Fund...................... 10,000.000 Balaace Profit and Loss.............. 165, ISt Head Office, Montreal �I3HT HON. LOllU STKATIItOSA AND MOUNT BOVAL, Q C M O. VICE-PRESTDKNT: HON. SMt UK01i(ih' A, naUMMUMD, K. O. M, 0. K. 8. OLOUarOi', GtSSIIil M.tN-Aa>:ll Branones and Agencies at a'l tl � principal points in Canada Also iu Liondon, Engl-*! d, Naw York. Chicago, Spokane and 1 ewfoundland Travellars' Circular Lottersof Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in al) parts of the world. C0L.LECT10N.S MADE ON FA.VbHABLE TERMS Drafts sold available light to enter. There are la/iies on two sidi>s. There will -Ijc a ba.'�?mijni tht> full .s-i*e of the block. On tho groinid floor, llwre w-ill ty: wlores. Th.' two upper flots will bo mcsi for ofllces. Mr. M'hitDjy alrceidy \uxn a nuiiiljer of tenants in slghif'. .Mr. WhUney appreciated t'w �:d-van(.V! I/!MhbrWge is sur| to enjoy this year oxtA Is warrant^ in making the invesimktVt. ThKjwfwill be a bib' demand for buaiiKMi placv�sUmtiul men. j Elmo rraser, cna of the now linn. ' is knowa to cwryTjody in Lethbridtpo 'Hc is well liked and T^t. NVIiton. and he, will �>� certaiiv 'to hold the present large i)atronaK� tha bu��>n3s.f�idi?;l 'ry, riol:t. Nitmnons, M. Obson. and ih' following; oincors w..'i\' i^-lecl- , ./. 11. Shsurcr broughl up the qUoH-ed: titn of organizinK n Voiins Liberal H.n. Pr.'.-^l.Lii'.s. -ll,n. Trank ,Club and nisf with enthastasdic sup-O.l.vvi'. lion. .V. C. Kii'Ju.'rfnivl, Hon. port. Alos-irs. Shi-arer, liuchannn L. fJ. oUi-r aiul \V ('. Siuiiiun^, and Uc'd were appointed a commit-M.IM'. t?e to arrange for the organizaitlon Pres.-.li.hn Hrodi.v Rosolirtion? fndoi'Sinj to dis- turli the working of the miiia�'' for soma tittfc to comia as tho agrecinaRt provides for the 8ettlome�t of ail di.si>utcs toy arbitration, and tlie leK-i.slation now before the federal par -lianient is likely to n)ak� Inode'�ltf>: turbanccx le.ss freiiucn-l tutAf^fmnimltti-^^ With the nvinos ot work, the now bridge lioing built *n;l agrtcuH-ural inttwsts e.Npunding ,8o rapidly, IjiMh-bridge should have a toKnner year for activity and prosperity. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL Win. Taylor. a half brocKi, and Ijiolhar of Harry Taylor, was coni-mitlod for trial yostcrday by Justico Hiiniphri.s on a foi-ffory charg-o. His half sistor, Mary Taylor, who was living at Coutls, K-;ni',him hn- -bank book and a check to cash at the I'nion Hank. .She cluimed he kept the Itook ami had another dictrpic for SlO cashed by forgitig her nam?. 'l\iylor wa.s only reoently released from .Stony Mountain Penitoniiary, where ha sorvod a term. Honest Ail Through Semi-readjr Tailoring Beat 6cea�M Made So NEGATIVE WON DEBATE A lively debate took place in the Young- M.in's Club at Wesley Church la�l night, on tha subject: "Resolved tliat Tra'd.-j L'nioni.siii as we have it to-day is a greater evil than good." Mayor tlalbraith occupied tha chair and ih.; nuditcrium was well filled with a reproaeiilativo and inloresteing I'roughl out. .\mong th.; contoiitinns of tlio iU'- rnnuitivc wci-e the unfairness of Trades L'nionl.sm, the.eagerness with which they arc ready to ."Jtriteo, th* woakniss of l�oing tho tool of for-eit;n l-eadei's, the demand of standard W'iig� without standard ability, the closed shop, tha lioslility to outsiders, etc., all ol which the ncsnvtivo warmly disclaimed antl contendod that th-e .spirit of unioni.sm as it existed to-iiay wa.s fcr the Ix^ter ed-ucatinn of the families of tlic a'ork-inginnn, the abolition of child loibcr etc., and also contended that tha unions were nlwTiys more ready for meditation than were the employers. Th\! exclusive ui.tons of the profes-ions were dealt with, the �iee�tlvo ^claiming that the doctors, law.wrs and donti.sls were among the .strongest unions in existence. I Uhile ih-3 judgi's were in rotiro -mcnt, arriving at a verdict, an open discussion of the hubK*ct took place. When the vcM-dict of the judges was announced to have been in faVor of the negative, th? applause of tlve union repix.'sentnti\es present was unbounded. A POPULAR omaAL I-'. .V Cuiinliighain'N popularity 'aintn.i4.st ih.; s-lalT in the store's department of llie A.n. &. I. Co. was eviid, nc-tl to a marked dogroo at a gather'n^ at the re.sido^K-'e of Geo. H. MacKuy on Saturday niglit last, wljjn h:! wait j)inrought to a close I with the singing of "Aukl I^nK Syne." Seiui-roady ttiiloriiig is not a product of yesterday. Each Setni-rendy suit represent! the: evolution of many yeara of steady and strenuous experience. An "idea" ten years ago, Scnii*.. ready is to-day an "idual." Uentlemcn have accepted the drees reform of the new centuiy with relief and satisfaction. To bfc /.ble to ^et cultured nud refined looking garments made from really good cloth, tailored;; by earnest workmen who take pride in their workmanship, and 1o l)nve these clothes so oearly^. ready for wear that they can be finished in two hours. That IS Semi-ready^Tailoring To-day The Semi-rondy clothes are ready to try on, so that a gentleman can tell at a glance whether^ he likes the slylc. tli*' color, the tone and the personal suitability of either suit or overcoat. Semi-ready Suits Are tailored to physique types-Type A is for the short man. Type B is for the normal man, T^pe C \%,\ for the tall thin man, Type F is for the fat man, etc/ Send us your correct height and weight and we can tell exactly the type that will fit you. Without any exception wo warrant the fit, tha wear, the color and the all round quality of the Semi. [\ ready suits. The written guarantee which yottwill^l lind in the pocket of the Semi-rendy garmeiit niieanl^ unreservedly just what it says. '-'^^r Double Breasted Sack Suits Which have a distinctive style worth getting, have the long roll collar, with tiie correct three-button front and are without side or centre vents in the buck. This suit at $20.00 is maJt) of tine Blnnoz Serge, of that exijuisite soft woolen testiire which is so pleasing. ^ YuH may have it also in Tweeds and Worsteds at $15, $20 and $25 as Evening Dress Suits and Tuxedos Are made in fine ilress Worsteds, and Yicunaa. Only the best silks are used for linings. Full 1 dress and Tuxedo suits are critical tests Qf^ clothes making. You may look where yiMj'will itud pay what you please but you'll gej jiothiu;; better than Semi-ready Dress Svjfs'. Semi-ready Dress Suits made at $25. $30, $35 and $40 Semi Silk Seal of Ihc Srmi-rcsdy bo many spurious itnitntions of the real Semi-ready have been otfered that we ate bound toi'^ iinpiesa u|Jon the reader that the trade mark of the company is engraved clearly on a silk hil}elr.> is the dividing line between the gooil and the tinknownjl' No genuine Somi-rtmdy suit is sold for less than .'^15. ' -'-(s^^ Semi-ready Wardrobe it eondweted by The place ^ PHONE 100 ;