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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Herald VOLUME 2 LETIIBKIDGE. AtBEfitA. THURSDAY. JANUARY 24.1907. NUMBER 12 The Store of Qvaiity. Sfttiefaction 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 guarnnfew covers everything WelmndlHtho GEO. A. SLATER SHOE l>ecaii8e wo believe that each individual shoe, and the line collectively, represents proRressiveness, eflicieiicy and economy to a greater degree than any oih^r line to-day manufactured. Correclly shapeil, honestly priced, and good enough for those who want the best there i�. Prices.......................$4 25, 4.50, 5.00, 5.50 and 6.00 Get the Habit and Look for the Sign. The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Hen's Outfitters In L^thbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund. $5,000,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO B. K. WAl.KER, C.pneral .Maii.u'or M.EK. I.MKn, Asst. C.enl-ManaRer BBANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA. AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A GENERAL BANKING BUS.NESS TRJ^NS.ACTCD COMrvlCttClAL AMD FARMERS' PAPER DISCOUNTED SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT Dcpn.sitti of itnU ii(ttvai'ild re.'eivcd. iitnl Intcnat allowed at ttunvnt ra.c^i. Tlio deposttor i� .xuhfcct tn no datmy wIihU ever ill the M'ithdi\t%val of m-.c whole ttr iiiiy portion if the (lcp(! turnc:! ovil within Xwd months. yt. Vmi'mun i.s pi-.-'Sidt-in f>i iht? company, C. 11. Ilownian. mxi'ctary; Howard Caso. iiiL'thoiiii-dl siiporiii -tejulont oikI Dr. Sl7wliiini, L. M. Johnsiono, T. .M. Kvnn.s, 1^. Pabst, U'. lliMitJ;!)\si))i mill Howard Cftw, fliii,?ctors. The line of ears to l>o nn\n\iVacHir-y thi.s ('oiii.|>any nru of a (k-sign work to 510 horso-iHJWer. It powiossos 4 jcylimlors, l� air cooled, has no \�it�>p to freeze nail no plwa^iiig systora to lake care of. After tlvo engine is onca .started you cau let it stand from si.K to ciKht Jk>urs and it will HLni't on th-3 .spark, wKhout r(m.-mnk-hyu. Thorj ih no diftor�tliaJ In thi-'j car, which do��.aw�y with th.; coia-jjlicity of iHvrtR to ithe nunter of aliouttttenty. Thw �HK\.�d iran.tiiHss-ion is what thoy will tho 'i-.�lanc(> tti�d roller.^- Thart' nra all si>och-l'iie.sidoni.-!. K. Ualvin, For-n'.e, 15. C.. 5.11; .fo.s..^ph ChafJinan, Frank. -Mia.. H.'^J; llopkin ICvans, LiKidbr.'ck. .Mia.. \i'>7; John Gorton. MIclK I, �. (,'., .'isa.- 'aim>s Ijincast^r. FVrni.\ n. v.. 2."i0; f>lward Sparrow Fri.nk, Alta.. !)|. llC. 712; �o�bert I McKay, l.undbrcck, Alta., 219. Auditors.-M. Evanjs, Fmiio, D. C, 703; Charles lIutAoh. Colematt, Alta., 5&2; Franli SUartin, Hictiel, U. v.. 683; W. �. Mofare, Fernlo, B. C. 602; J. - A. IticLcUahnn. Ci>oit was i)ul>li� hy il� XswH that lir. .\. W'M.son, Dirtiwnlon bacioriologi.'jt. at tho ^uarRntinc fai�n six niik-s we�t of thi.�t Hly, had mailo a tli.sco^fry that tlw 'bacillus that eauKos tha sfvo-ii-y^Mi- rab1>rt scourfte in tho collon--ta-ils of the Ijlaln.s is tljo .sanio as that which c.xusrs iho drond ''.sV'spinjj ."irknws" of Cf'ntial .'Vfrica. "Kvory scvon Ni'ars th.; collon'tail rab'-'ils ai-i" al- '�pioaf swept out-t)f existence, >y'l* ' disen.TO'ecn fialhering force te their sysitim ii>r.tttiktvttiiae.i Tikis is fatal > "MM, jjjMI.-uit iwiitwliiwliuii at tito tilood oyPaiseiMad rctiMi. f>bra(v�.-| farm south cast of the cit,\', ha^ pnrih.iti-ihI a hall inlor.'sL in the l.etW'.ridRva Iron Works and will .soon niov? to Ix�thbridirt' to ivside. Mr. Silvor his had Ions cxporionco cngagtd in it for uionj' y�?*trK in llnh. lie is a thorouRhly practical mjui imhI will pivi' the b:isln�iN closw sup-(r^isicn. As soon as arrangouKjnt.s can lie niado for n .spur track, tlvs Iron Works will likely i>roct a nani I^aujidry will close dnwn within a fow wocks. A mwting of tho dirict(jr.'i will l.c hvtd on Hatui'day, whwi a tinci-sion will Ik- arrived at. 'Ihe l.anjidrj' has not bor-n patron-as it should hrt\-e been, and a.s a consciiK�i�', has not paid, th.> p.v-p(n:s.s Ij'einij far above the ivccipt.s. f CHINOOK DIDN'T STAY .\ Chinojk [111 Iiic-sdhy rlu>,->ro-d tha ranUiM-s, as it jfavi' hope of clearing oil all tha .snow, but ycsti-rday thj weather changed and a big .snow fall lo'ik place and unless a mild s|x>ll comes quickly it Is fearce largo 'too. Uanchors who had hay stacked fear the Nupply wilt soon ho e.xliaiistcd unle-s!) the wv'ather mod  erates attain. iiASiouALL u:Aai.�o. A nwwiting- of the Western Canada Hnsebnll lx?ague was hold at Ciil -gaiy this week. A. K. IhimphriM repix'sei�tetod the term� and wired the man but had not lu�ai'd from him, and hu'iilearn.H.i that he was dickoriug with Winnipog. This conduct will 1�> reported to Secnotacy FarroU. It was decided that umpires' ser and M�dicino Ihtt. g�ttinj{ up an ndvcrtiKing ribbon to he plucctions lor tha News hei\�, and was �ivtn a term in goal. A TEiminLK DISASTICII. Edward Ferdinand, his wife and u r(^iren��turely born baby, were found ' t^A in their hom� �t Calgary Coal ius caused th'clr death. Terre lln,uto, Ind , Jan. 20.-Tven-ty-two charred and nvutilatod bodies j have teen taken fromi tho smouldor -ing ruins of pamcnger tni i > -Rtroycd by tho oxploAton of a car  load of |)o�xier %a it' pAKWd afrOiglit train at Sanlord, n^n^ mileN wi>�>t of hare, last night. The nutn.l)�r of injured will reach ft leawt 95. If you Whiit tho boat. Iniy now. FUR.S If you want a snap buy now. Fur Coats, Fur-Lined Coats and Fur Furs for winter are otie of t1i.(ll) l^fen's Fur C^'aps in Wedge or .lockey style, niatle I'lom ftlnsk-rut. Otter, Reaver, Persian Laud). Nutria, Astrachan and (.Ternian Otter. Priees $2.1)0,, 1.00, .5.00, JO 00 up to l.S.OO NI�IMXNIWni} The Right Kind of Clothes AT RIGHT PRICES J t ifi a well established fact that the "Best is the Oieafieat." Realizing this, we do not carry u cheap inferior class of goodl; We sell only the beat and most dependable makes. If you want a cheap shoddy class of goods, you cannot get it here. Ererjr article we sell is backed by our guarantee of satisfaction, and wd aim to give our patrons the best goods for the lowest posiiblf) price............................................... >ten's Stylish Overcoats-well tailored, made from Can't: celebrated 'Black Melton, with pure mohair serge linings,.tU|t velvet collar, finished with raw edges, and slated seams, a ven^ hanflsome coot, yrice........................li2S;00' English Tweed Suits-8martiy tailored in plaittJ^,^.,. designs, made in single -or doulblo breasted style, just tlie t%m/[-' for best or business wear. Price.'................ .l^lS.OO Men's Overcoats-in large range of dressy tweetls and. rl^ cunas, in light and dark patterns, tailored in the latest atyles in the Lahsdowne, King'Edward. Chesterfield, Windsor, etc. These coats are made with good broad shoulders and fit perfectly! Special value.................................... J|1B.OO Uoys' Suits-Stiiart dressy huUb, made up in worsted and tweeds, double and single breasted, a lucky buyine chance at . the beginning of the year. Prices from......50 Overalls For Railroad Men The -^HEADLIGHT" is the fullest cut ove.all in Amoriea, containing more yards of cloth to the dozen than any other overall in the land. Tho "HEADLIGHT' is uinde of the HEST product of tho BliSTdemin niilid in .Anierica. Absolutely nothing but thit best denims go into the "HEADLIGHTS.' The workmanship, cut and finish of all these giirments is the ST.VND-ARD FOR ALL OTHER MAKERS. If you once get into a suit of -HEADLlCiHTS ' yon will have no other. Price. ^'^..SO ix-r suit. The F.P.Sargent (Union-Made) These Gloves are made without rivets. They have no inside HPILVIp^^ MPl'W* |-seams. They are heat and waterproof, and will not rip. They A Jl JLJw S ^ m A S'^ cost no more than ordinary makes. The Best Glove in America for Engineers and Firemen PHONE 100 ,...,, ' > ;