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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOLUME 2 LET1IBRIDGE. ALBEBTA, THURSDAY, MAY 16. 1007. The Store of Quality. Satisfaction Guarantee* THE INVICTUS SHOE Manufactured by Geo. A. Slater APPEARANCE. WEAK and COMFORT These thine are the essentials of a good shoe, and the greatest of these is comfort. In the production of comfort shoes, many makers Imve incorporated faddy idetiH, and lost sight of the other two essi'ii-tials-appearance anil Btyle or wear and value.  fnvicltia shoee are the evolution, the arriving at that which all have striven for in the many years. They are lumdsome-looking, neat anil stylish, and contain all the wearing qualities essential to high grade shoes. A very stylish lihulier cut for gentleman, made of line Corouo Colt with dull finished kid tops. Prices 5.75 and $x calf with stout oak tanned sole. Priee i.iJO. The Inviohis Dry Sock Sole with box ealf upper. E and F lasts. Paiee � .*>0. Putent Colt Panel lllticht-r Oxfords, made on D and 10 width, sizes h\ to 10, prices .'; to 1U. Priee 7.7a; Our range of cheap shoes is complete, prices ranging from i;17t to 3.1 !0. The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Uen's Outfitters In LatUbriilye "BOOST LETHBRIDGE" Enthueiaatic Meeting OrgMkhet 13,000 Club-C. A. Ma- grath it President. The ('i)iuu'il chamber wan packed full (it enthusiastic citizens Inst night whin tlii� ore,nnl/.nllon of the IjoUi  bridge 2d,OOO I'lull wan accomplished jMen reprcsnntut ive of every department of business activity were pres. cut nail n general spirit of co-opern-t Ion prevailed, V. A. Mngrnth and K. A. Cunningham were vuted i'IuiIriiuiii nml secretary of the meeting, the latter read-ini( n draft of constitution for I ho guidance of the (rathcring, In thy discussion as to the ndvis  ability of having such n club, Mayor. (Inllirnlth deemed It worthy of sup* port. Onpt. Irwin mild it had work-, ed In *f>nllns, 'IVxh.s, Aid. Cunningham shoved Its vnlno from patriotic, educational mid IndiiHtrlnl standpoints. T. W. Ilnnrnhnu told of success in lloston bill vvnrned ngninst loo much boosting. It. Simmons de-i'liircd it necessary to make the citizen* know the greatness of their own city tind country. II. T. Cherry ml -vised n special effort to get working-men to the clly. \V. II. Fairfield so ill Hint on the ex|icriuientitl farm he was working for n 100,000 ('ltd). T. I:'. I'nttesnn spoke o, the nwes  sity of securing capital to start Industries. W. It. Dobbin wnid that the ('lull should hociiif the building of dwellings to rent mid prevent crowding out of Mini 11 businesses. Others promised support and in closing the clKiirinmi declared that t'luli must Inrliidi' i.II r losses whose privilege mid duty it wits to boost the city. The motion to organize was enthusiastically carried nnd the druft const it in ion ivnd by the secretary wns nilopte.l pi'aol U:iillly as rend. The purpose of the coul) Is to Increnst-the spirit of ci\ic patriotism nnd ma! e the oil> nttracti\e to capital THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE \\v.xu orrici:, toiiomo B. I. WALKER, President AUU. LAIRD, General M�na->er A. H. 18BLANU, Superinteodtut of Briuthcs LSTAtlllSIIKIt isst Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5.000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Branches throughout Canada, anil in the United States and England BANKING liY MAIL ^ Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of the Bank. Accounts may be opened and deposits made or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid to out*of*town accounts. BRANCHES, Iti AAJsKRTA land tVHldents, as well lis lo orgniiiw  campaign that wilt Increase the population to 35,(KiO in live years. .Men, women and children, in or out of liClhhrlflge may lie in,>mlH>rs on payment of fcoH of one dollar. tHty ccntM and ten cents tvhppetiveiy. An rnililcin hnarlnjr "Ijathlirldkv s.'i.ooo flUli, -1012" Mill he supplied mtch. The mectinjjM will lie held on the third Thursday of each mouth and tho annual mooting III dnnuary. I In the elect'ion of tifllrera A. Mn-grath who was the chairman of the first..civic, committee, th� first maj-or of the totvn, nnd the first memher of the Territorial ICKlalature, was elected President. Tlta other ofTicers elect, ed were: Vlce-rtuildents.-^Irs. Xeiile. Miss II. (I. Stewart nnd C. It. Itiiwiuuu. Tiensurer--T. I'litte.snn. Secretary-.1. t. lOukln. In addition to 1Mu.vor. the chair Jiii'ii of the standlui; loiiutiittci.m of 'the t'lty Council, two representntives each from tl�k Trades 'and l.almi t'oimcil and the llnard of Trade, the executive committee include* twenty-live elected inemliers os follows:-H. T. Cherry. V. oh-hln, and II. K. Mjehach; nnd ten lad-lis, Miss PatteMon: Mosdnmcit Ingrmn (Snlliralth, Cltivers, Sonthiud. Daniel Cherry, Irwin. CiinniiiKlmni nnd Mewlmrn. The Kxecutivo (.'oinmitte.-* is �omeet next Wwlnesdny evening, To Meet in Ottawa. (Hpei-i*] to Herald.; tadniotrtoii, Mny 10.-Hlr Wilfrid Kauriur and the other Cunadinn dele-�nt�k havo invited tlu> naxt CoU.niai Coni'i-renc tu meet, in Ottawa. It is piolnlilr thnt the invitation will be accepted. �'" � Magrath Cool Co. On TiKSKihiy the promoters of tlte Mn )>rntli Coal Co. capitalized at SIo0.0'to ni"l mid elected olllcer^. I.e\i Marker Is president mid S. II. Ilarrop is secretary. The town of Mngmth Is to tie nlteri.il a S1l,.">oo block of i lie stock. The mine which is close to May null will lx> workeil at once, up-to-ilntc machinery helng installed. CAM'.AKV LEAVINGS Cl.AKKSIIv>I.M l.KTIIBKIDCK EO.MOMON lllf.ll ki\i:k INMSKAII. NAWTON STAVBLV flMCNBR CKEKK STKATIICONA MACLEOD rONOKA VKCHBVII.LK MEDICINE HAT ��f� DKBB VEKMILIOM WKTASMWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C O. K. NOURSB.  -  MANAOBR Bank of Montreal KSTAHIJSIIKI) 1817 Capital all paid up..... Renewed Fund........ Balance Profit and Lou*. .SI4.MMM . U.IM.aM Mi, IS* Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: RIQIIT HON. LORD STRATUL'ONA ANI> MOUNT HOVAt.. U. c M. O VICE-PHESIDENT: HON 8ik 0KURDK A, UHOHMONP. K C. M. 0. K. S. or.OtlSTOk, Ol.�|t k Brartcnes ami Agencies at all tl  principal points iu Canada Also In Uoudon. EnglaT d, Naw York, Chicago, Spokane and ITew!oundlanii Travellars' Ciroular Lettersof Credit and Commaraial Cradtu issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TUBUS Prsfli sold available 41 all point* lo United State*, Uure'ae isai tJaoade lnl*resl itllowed on deposits al currant ralae Lethbridge Branch - Manager O. W. Kerr Co. in Mat rath. flic O. W. Kerr t'o. has acipiired a tract of 20,000 ncivs, just north of the town of MeKi'iith and are o|K-n  ini; nn o(llr-mission for the const ruction of which was granted l�,v the City Council last fall is 1 mi at; linilt, and al,n�iil,v caches from the switch east of Westminster Itnnd t>> the Kllison I'lour Milt. It will extend to Hart let t St. when eonipl-'tnl. --*)- Can Borrow Money. Thertn next wivk", to look over affairs in connection with the Public Works IVpnrt-tncnt. Hon. Ki.uik Oliver is in ICdinoiitoa. Ilesn.xs the new land hill Will lie put through next session. CnnneJinn Chin. l^thhrMRc is to faU in line with the ureal Canadian cHies nnd oi-snn-i/ n Canadian Clnli. The purins,, o{ these clnhs wilt Ih> to foster a true Canadian spirit nnd to further Canadian Interests generally. A prelim* innry meeting was held this morning and on Kriday evening a mass in.s-1-inK will I'c hi-lil. In the Council clinin-U-i-s to complete the organization. The City'r Ataettment. City Assessor. C. M. AriRiltl has completed the calculation of the city's assessment. The total assess -in.ml this year is �:i.lTI, in'J. to which will lip aild.'d 1,-iter the assess-niont for school pni'poses of the land in the school fllsiriut hut outside the city limits, which will 11 ring the total nascssment up to the four million dollar mark. Tlte increases in vain � itlion during th>- yenr have been from twenty-live to four hundred per cent according 10 die location of the property. Till- nimiher of ratepayers on Unroll has Increnseil from 07>'l in limn to 782 in IDn;, inside i he city limits. The doubling of t.hn assessment ilurliiK the year is a very satisfactory sign of the progrosK the city has mad.'. Mitt McCnig Appointed. Miss Ada .McCaig, v ho is well-known in IxMhltridge and Cnrdston. has been nppolntod stenographer for the Ik'of Coiiuuistiion, Baseball Monday. Lethbridge vs. Kdmonton. Monday, May 20, is the announcement for the opening of the Western' Canada lluse-ball IjMigno. Mayor Onlbraith is to open the game in the usual way.  � Old High Line to So. The ulil high line which has been a fmiilllar sight for so many years across the track Is tu be taken down. A new linn is to lie built near to the shops. It is to lie construciud strong ly enough lo carry the heavy engine* and cars nnd will be trucked standard gauge. The use of the new line, will mean considerable economy of labor in the handling of the coal. P. O. Boxes Ready. After Ikdng on the way from Nd lo Taber for the posl-olllce tlvr, H. atyles.......Si 1.50 Dressy Suits - hi high grade imported navy blue mtliuialud serges. Coats cut in medium ami long lengths. S. iV D.tV&l;l.50 Men's Spring Overcoats The popular l\ length stvle "all the t�t>" this spring. Verv stylish. Well tailored and tinished. $12.50 Men's Cravenidte VaiiiprtHif A very dressy coal in h splomlid English craveuette cloth. Cut in S. II. liy front style. I2..*)U to $ I 5.0O i Give your Boy a " Southard" Suit VlMl'll lll.l!,. || I tl I ,| pI'Mllll l,o\ I1 M'vle as well. \t tin- same liiii.-n llli-re'v an iiiiiisii.iI .iniotiiii lakr extra |,,itllS t ikivs tiiijki-'. i*ii:ri: si it> fill in ilress.x ^iuul.- nml doatil.-liVeasli'.l sl.vli- MaleriaK ,nv lilli- llolll,-sllr tv\i-i'il l�> ),.-. i -.11.-111 Ol tjl.lt Mill I.' "I"I |o lll.s,, liovs' ,| lilll'll i Ill-Ill i lllll \t,iV. |IO\ S' i'lM'V si PI'S-Such i'-iv mil,' Mil"- us llnsl.i-1' Itrowu, lllissl.ili mill |i,-\\ 1',-llT I'llll st \ t>- T.ub.i'inl iii (''.mulish unveil ir .in.i 'iii.liti.il m-rp's, also all Moot S.,,1,1, i�,smIs. anil 111.11, nr. no U-iicr iiuili'i'ials lo .-.t.lll I bn.Vs' tti-iir Sl/l's I In '! \,-iirs. I'riri. S.'i.oii, I'm, n i-i' Late Style Arrivals in Men's SKirts \ s||.,uiiiu of dist inj;iiis|ii.il inoileli- rn|lerl iu^ the latesl styles of i',-,iii sliii uiuil.ers. Inn unit-It IwiiiK made on this side of the water lai'UiiiK their usiuil alteuilaiit exl raviii;alici- of price. MI-'V'S \i:(.|.|(ii:K SlllltTS- Made in I'niicv I'li-iicli Shirtin({. uu-dinni mid ilark kimiiiiiIs, in fancv checks Culls atlaclii'il. Sizes tl lo 17J. I'l ice St .2.1. MIA'S M-:i;l,li:i:K SlllltTS- Made coat si\le in a viiriutv of ilaiill.v liiiicy s|,oi .mil striped I'.tinlii'ii's on vv li i i  nl- minis Allnclied i-tifts. Si/.-i-i II i,, 17}. Price si .u.-,. Mi:NS XKUI.UiKK SI I HITS l-'ant-y ('anilities, in dtiiniy nnd cluek effects. Cuffs detached I 'out style. Si/4* II lo 17. Sl.'J.I. Ill stripe Price .MKXS NIUil.IiiKK SlllltTS- Made in coul style of smart check patterns. While Kroiimls. Detached ciiIVk Sizes ll ,, 171. |>,-u-e JS1.2.V A. SOUTHARD PHONE IOO LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, 70 ;