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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta y t * VOLUME a V LfcTHBIUDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY. JANUARY 21,1907. NUMBER 12 The Store of Quality. Satitfaction Guaranteed TO MAKE AUTOM BILES Company of Lethbridge Men Organized to Mtnvfacturc a New and Improved Machine. l�*t.hl>ritlKi* is in huv*� thv� only 1 Um new (tulotnobUo to lh*� llvrakl hum yesterday. It will tw front It pOWUSSOS 4 Boots Shoes for *Men iiuloiuoMU* niuiidUv:\nvy in Wosti>ni (*nmi(Iu. A compuiiy has lw>n /oi m- to U0 horse-powor. id mid it is o\|>�.ftrj) th*� iirst nuich- jcyllmloi'h, I* air coolf*!, has no water hti� will )>* tiirnr:l out within two to trvrto ftiul no pUuivoinff to ! t months. jtnko caro of. After tin? oHtflti*? is M, lawman is ptv*�itt>t of th�� ones Htart�l you can let K statu! company, ('. It. Itounum. *.-^rotuo ; ifroni six to eight hovirn awl U wilt When you buy a Geo. A. Slater i 4 Howard Cum> tendont mid Johtistn Uiivciors. Tbo lint* id earn to I*1 nmnnfartni p�l hy thi� �'um|*aii.\ �iv of a donii^n tu.-rhnnirnl superin - start on tin spark, without r^cnink. Dr. M wimi-ii, I*. M. ! inK- Thoi\> is no tltffemttlal I" this \1 KvniiH. I.. Palm, car, which dooft.away with th.� cyin-nn;i Howard Ca*\ Iplieity of parts to ftho numbnr of  nlwuUwi'nty. The #\h\x\ transmission iH what t\wy $a\\ -Wilaneo disc awl rollor.. Thorv ar.* all worked out liy Mr. Howard raw, |k|k\ riMmiri'iiKMnH of Hi*** conn- jM is a simple and cfttx'tlvu mnchim* try To tho*.. iH.maintod with tho and is tho *tev nf aulomoftilos, tho mm-hino I>rars of work on th.* pnrt of Mr. no chances. We tnke nil the risk, mul ottr hrond gunrnntGo rovero evorythiiiK We hniitlh tho tiEO. A. SLATKK SHOE localise wo bnlicve that each inttiviilittil *\un\ ntul tho lino collectively. roim*Bont� progrossivont'ss, nilirii-nry mid ocoiioiny to a greater depree than any o(hor line to-ilny innnufaoturocl. Correctly ftlm|KHK honeMjy prlml, and good �*iiouk1i for thow? who want tlte best then* i�. VrWuB........................4.fjt�, 5.,V> and >.�> Get Habit is Mdd to 'o nhfa.l of anything yot turn.Kl out. TIk* pari* wilt ail !>o Importhut ill.- machiiu'h will ln� tun iop\�th.*r 1uti� hy Mr. Case*. Mr. fa so n;r known to lioHfk^n a clever mx*h;\iiii'iil tuin of mind. I!* built tlh� niNt succi^ssiul gtiftolino on^m^ o\or uwuk' in w�istvrn Canada. SHERMAN TICKET WON and Look for Sign. ih- .*-h rmnn ticket won in the .1*rlions in OUtrut No. f.M.W. of A. Thf vot.- was n� follows for mi; ICilward ^l�ftirow Kn.nK, Alt a.. t�o. r Ui'* - I i. ."uvr.- -I A . Mir- . Honald, Cfeftrt. Auditors.-W; M. Kvans, Fi^rnio, IV i\, 705; Chart** HwUon, Coleman. Alui.. r�r�2; Frank Martin, Mnlwd. lv C, 0B^; W. -II. Moo lv. Penile, H. V. 001!; d. A. McLd'Ujdmn, Cotiniinn. AUa, �IU; David 8ten\ tVank, Attn. tt�l; t\ HtuMw, IWUvhew. Alta. 157 11 vtins and Martin-elected Mr. Miller of T*U*r, waft eleoW a member of th.� UlstKct lloard. NO TRUTH IN ST RY Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In LotHbriclgo THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE A ii'port was ptrhlishixl by vbo N �wh that Pr. A. Vi'fttMon, Domiaton itacU'riitio^iftt at the ouammim* fartn six miks Wi'fl of this city, htxl mad.* a tlisr��\ n > that the t-*ucitiu� i hat caust's tlu s�'V� n-yvMr rabbit srouru*' *n tin* roUon tails of th�* (hi Ds is \ho mum* as that wliith c.vr.s. s Th,- dtvad ''H'lVpiiij; sirkn.^ss" of C -nt rat Afri*\i. "I'vfM'y s^mi {wars th  cotton j:a:1 rnb* its ur� al- I \wonl swopt out of eslHWncis by iv di�eaw that fciuPbecn fiaUwrlnff foixv tn their ******* tor ttot ttmu. Tain the blood cUt �llwn*^ rabUi, l>r Watson Iho1m�I th- tryponotwiw* Pr. Walton in tlw ^ty ye*. urday un.l �a�i� iH Tujt lh" sliKhtest hit of Innh -i� *-h> artich*. S He has not imuW any Kuch Paid-up Capital. $10,000,000 Reserve Fund. $5,000,000 HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO It. K. WAI.KKR. Ornnal Manager AI.K\. I.VIUI>. X^i. (#en"l Manner T CANADA. AMD IN SILVER BUYS INTEREST THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A GENERAL. BANKING BUS.NESS TP-NSACTEO COMMCHCIAL AMD FARMERS' PAPER O'SCOUNTED SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT t 71 I>ciN>*iiH i�f frl npwardA received, ami Intcivat nlh�wcd current ra'.c^ The depumtor !� siihUct to m� Uclny %vh�U c\cr t�i the withdrawal of nit whole or uny portion �f the dcp� nit. at A Silv-r (,i Ha\mond. tii�t.vl as th.* owner of the tvMu\ue.t farm south ruM of tlv i**t:. has pni. has ^  d a hull in 1 �'!' 'si in ih,. |...thi rid^? Iron UotU aad will -oon mov i�� t/Mhlirid.'i* tit iv.sid.*. Mr. .Hii\touKh!y practical nnui ami will niw t U  huslnesh clot** sup- i-rvisicn ^Ol>|l as arrangfin^U's can ma� a spar track, tile Iron Works will liki'lj l�-eet a mnv build- �n j. Ik BRANCKE1 IN ALBERTA l \ I ' - \�!\ i i..W.�- stK'-I.M KMMvJ.N I c\ I *:i; 11 t:�\ i k* (KAVINOS N ANTON STAVELV ut: ninKiuc.K MACLEOD HNCIIER CKEKK STRATIICOXA K)MOKA MKIMCINK MAT �(J) DEER VEGREVILLK VERMILION WETASKIWIN LAUNDRY TO CLOSE It ts moiv lh.iti liU*-l\ that th' [when a d.Hit.icn !>' arrived at. . , i 'lh.* laaudry ha.-� not ben-n patron- St��am Lanin i'\ u. 1 e'.os,' iuwn with- . ... �. , '* 11 ' max as it Mont have Wn. and a� in a ! *w \>'ivks. \ m.'v-tinn 01* th.* dir. rtoi'h will l�' h *ld on Satui'.lay. a c(ni�.e|��.j)iy, has not paid. th� t*x-piiw s; far ano^'i* th* reivipts LETHBRIDGE BRANCH CHINOOK DIDN'T STAY f, K NOURSR MANAGER Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up.................. JUtilM* Reserved Fund...................... I,*. Balance Profit and U*�.............. MS.IM Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT. hioht hon*. LOltD sthatjicojia AHU mount boyal, o. C. U 0 VICE-PRESIDENT: HON m\ GKOttUH 4, URUMMONP, K C M. L\ ^^^^ ^^^^^^P^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^(^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ '1~r K. S. t'LOITSTO., 0*>KI Al MANitiKM Brancnes and Aoencies at al) tl f principal points in Canada Also hi London, tnglai d, Naw York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Lettered Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in ail parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts ftold available at all point* In United Stm�, Europe land Canada Interest allowed on deposit* at curr*nf>*te� Lethbridge Branch Manager � 4 p^^^ r ' y A f h:no iU on T�^dh,\ rh.-ord ilk? ramh.'rs. as it jtave hop.* of chmring oil all th-' snow, hut y.'M rda.v th.� w.-athcr ihang^'d and a tag hvjw fall to ik ptaco and uii!..v*s a mihl Mkdl i'o�k�i (piicUly it Is l'�'ai'itl ihfliv will he little pjoHh-ct oi wiving nwn,v mltK*. Ah ft ^ th�2 dmiths have U*n hi*a\y. THj nhwp losw^ will lv largo too. UanchtTH who had tony wuxckwl Uur tlw supply wilt soon *w oxluiuated un!tf�� *'�ah.'r mud * [crates aKu'n UASKIIALL LKAUt K I NI>Kit AHHKST AtJAIN A n^'t ing of tUt* \V*'stvrn Canada Has^hall league* was luld at Cui  Kury this \wvk. A. K. llutaphri*^ ropivsi-nttHl 1 j^lhur idtfi�. 'Jh*' i.olhhriugf club hud a gri'.'V-tmt'e, r.'porlmx I hat MorrUon i�f ( aluuH-t hai.t si*nt tt'Mu.s an*i a t'oti* tract. Tlu� U'thhridtfo cluh had ai> rcptivl ihi� torniM anil wiivd ilu* man Ian lu\d not hwu'd from him, and hadU'atnxl that ha was dickering with ttimiip Sircivtary Tarnal. ll was ilfc-id.Ht that mnpiii'h' sal i nr>H Khnuld not #�vi*i�xl 81 TiO a monih. Tha imifon^K *>�' tho toams will h.� Calgary, hluu; Kdmonton, -black; J^thhrld^*1, dark givy; Mt�dicin*> Hat Might grey. A mail riaiiunl Hlotto who ha*I op-iraU�d in TuUt and Medici no Hat, gftiin^ up �u� advvrtiHing Hb)x>n to 1 c* placet iu hotW roouw, givtag th*4 hot. I rikgulattonw( was unvtiWd ^ ih> Hut TIk* Mt!*liciiw Hat Tim"s Sk>^ hv t� th* maw* tVllow, who un-tk'i* tlu* nana' oi Shaw, k(diciu�l hu1>-Milptionti lor tha Now* \\ot\\ and was giv*n a torm in gouj. A TKimlllLE IMSASTKIl I ICdivnrd IVrrlinand. his wift* and a ircmaturely horn baby, wvi*� found j^'oad in tholr homo at Calgary Coal 'us caust-u th'oir dvath. T.�rri* Hautv, Ind , dan. ao.^Tvinv-ty-two clmrrwl and maul a tod ladies i hav.' �.owdor �h if passed afruiglit i train ut Hanford, n�no mJlw wo�t oi rhar^, lo�t night. t The nuiaber of Injured will iwch %t 'itHVWt flo. If you want tho l>*�nt. buy hnW. If you want a auap buy now. Fur Coats, Fur-Lined Coats and Fur Caps I'\ir8 for winter an; ono of tltHts--Fino quality of natural furrtMl skins, well matched and sown, lined with black Italian quilted lining laryo roll collar and nmhnir barrel buttons, perfect style and finish. A very warm coat. Southard's price.................. Men's Fur Lined Coats Fine English Itaucr Cloth shell. lined with heavy full furred dark Muskrat. with wide storm collar and lap* Is of full furred Labrador Otter, easy tilting, tlu* latest style, a very beautiful coat. Southard's price........... $!Ki.HO Men's Fill* Caps in Wed^eor dockey style, made from Musk-mi. Otter, Heaver, Persian Lamb. Nutria, Asirachau and (ierman Otter. Vtuh* $2.1X1, :t.K0, I.OO, S.OO, JO 00 up to IS.00 mm\ nuiii nu AT RIGHT PRICES It is a wtrll established fact that the "Best is the Cheapest.^ KealiKin^ this, we do not carry a cheap inferior class of good*. We sell only the best and most dependable makes. If you want a cheap Bhoddy class of goods, you cannot get it here. Every article we sell is bucked by our guarantee of satisfaction, and we aim to give our patrons the best goods for the lowest possible price..................................................... Men's Stylish Overcoats- well tailored, mado from Carr't celebrated Black Melton, vyith pure mohair serge linings, silk velvet collar, finished with raw edges and slated seams, a very handsome coat. Trice............................. $25.00 Etitflish Tweed Suits-Smartly tailored in plain or designs, made iu single or double breasted style, just the thing for best or business wear. Price....................$16.00 Men's Overcoats --in-large range of dressy tweeds and vicunas, iu light and dark patterns, tailored iu tho latest styles in the Lansdowne, King' Edward. Chesterfield, Windsor, etc. These coats are made with good broad shoulders and fit perfectly. Special value...... ..............................$15*00 Hoys' Suits-� Smart dressy suits, made up in worsted and tweeds, double and single breasted, a lucky buy ing chance at the beginning of tin* year. Prices from......$ft.00 to,7*50 1r For Railroad Men The "UliADLlUHT" is the fullest cat oveiall in America, containing more yards of cloth to the dozen than anv other overall in the laud. Tho "HEADLlGlVr is made of the BKST product of tho BLSTdeiuiu mills in America. Absolutely nothing but the best denims go into the 'HKADLKiHTS." The workmanship, cut and finish of all these garments is the STAN I). AllD FUtt ALL nTIIKK MAKKKS. If you once Ket into a suit nf "II EADLIO UTS * y