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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta TOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE. ALBEBTA. THURSDAY. MAY 16. 1907. Th* Sfor� of Quality. SatUfactiM THE INVICTUS SHOE Mumfaclured by Ceo. A. Slater APPEARANCE. WEAR and C50MFORT- These three are the esseiitiais of a i^ood shoe, and the greatest of is comfurt. - In tKe proilnvtiou of comfort �hoea, itiBiiy makers have incorporated raddy ideas, and loat 8i|;ht of the other two essen-tiala-appearnnce and style or wear and vnl. Pafetit.Colt Panel Ulntlier Oxfords, made on D and E width, sizes 5^ to lU, priues 4.50, S.tK) and 5 25. The Inv'iotns Prospector- 12 iucli top-made of tan viscolizeil calf witli viscidizfd aid.up Capital. 110,000.000 Rest, - - - 5.000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 BraacHes (broufhout Caaada, and In the United States and EacUuid BANKING ilV MAIL �5 BiwiaeM may be transacted by mail with any braach of the Bank. Aoeounts may be opened and depooi%i mado^or withdrawn by maiL Sv�ry attention is paid to Otti>�fHown aooounts. ^ ^ ^ ^ - The- C'uiineil (;hAiiil>�r wns packed full o( cnlhusiiiHiic citi/cns IhhI night whtn the oiganixntiiin of the l.�tih-brUlge 2:",0()0 riiil) wns accoinpliRheil Men reprfsoiitulive of every department of bnsines.s nclivity wero pres-vut and A goiiernl spirit ot fO-oi>or�-tfon prevailed. -A. Mngralh aiHl K, A. Cuiiniiitf-hnin, were vuied uhairnitin nnd secre-taiy ot the niectiiif^, the In tier reml-r iiig n ' rlriift of coriNtitiit ion for tiie ({iiiiluiice of the lititheriiig. In thu lUsciiNsion ns to the ndvis -ability of havjnt; such a cluli, Miiyor, Oulhraith tlcciiiiLKl it uorlh.y of siip-pqrt. Capt. Iru'in miid it had \vot'k> ed in *boHns. 'JVxns, Aid. CunninK-ham shoved its value from patriotic, 'educationni and iii�t \vnrne�l agninst too niuch boosting. II. Nitninons declared it neiessury (o make Iho citizens knotv the grentness of their own vit.v niVd'covnnv.v. VI. T. Cherry nd-*isefl a speiiial edort to get norkiii^f-men to the city. W. II. Foirfield KuM that on the e.xi>eriiiicntal farm ho WOK working lor ii lOO.nOO Cl�b, T. K. Patteson spoke o, the iwceH-isity of sociiring tMpiinl to .start In-diii�tricH. W. It. Dobbin said that the Oliib .should secure the building of dwellings to rent tiiid i�ivvent crowding out of small businesses. Others proniiswl support 'ond in closing the chairman declored that Club iniisl, iiiclmie iJ) classes whose privilojjo and duty it was to boost the city. The motion' to orgnni/o wns on-ihiisinsticully curried and the draft con.stituiion. read l)y the .secretary wns odopte.i practical,l.v as rend. The jmvpose ot lite co\ib is to increase the spirit of civic potriotism and m�;.e the city otiructivc to capital niid resi^k^iits, ns well 'o's to organi/4! a t-ompaign thot will tiicrease the population to 25,0r�0 in I'lve years. Men, women and childnen', in or. out of l/3thbridge may lie nvMnliers on pnynwnt of fcoH of one dollar, liity ccntH and tcii cents ivhiiectivel.v. .\ii cmlitcm Ixmring "Utthbridge 2'�,0 held on the third Thwrwlny ot each month and th9 annimt meeting id January. Jn the election nfuAlrcrs C. A. Ma-grnth who was the_ chninnan of the firnt,civic cominittoo, t|K>. first mayor of the to�vn, and the (trst mi^tjer of the Territorial hJglHlfttnre, wns elected President. The other odlccrs elect e>n of, the standing ooinniiitcf,* of the t!it,v 'Council, two iviu'i^sentjitives each from tlie Trades 'and Labor Council ami the lloard oi Trade, tlio e.xecutive coiwuiitte incPjdea twent.v-(ive elcotett inc�>�)crs as followsi-rll. 1'. Cherry, C. O. K. Noiirse, a. M. Hatch. Major OelcHcr. A. W Mings, T. 4iannihi�i O. V. Macmicking. H.-Xiinman*; F/Ford, It. F. Beove, Kl|.:;>>!SW!ndc�; W. Mat thews,,,, V. .1. Shopard, Major'llnrnett. W' W. Irwin,^!?, j'*.. 1'.' Conyl�eare. P. L. Nais-mlth^A. K. IjW, M. Kreemaii, OJl. �lohiuiton,- M; .lohnsion. Senator AifVebcr, ,\V. C. Simmons, W, It. IHtb-bin. and H. E. Micba�h; and ten ladies, MiHH t'Aitcsnn; MpsdamcH Ingrain Onlbraith,' Chivors, Southard, Daniel Cherry, ilrwin, Cunningham and Mcwburn. The Rxecwtive Comtrntted is tometa ne.\t Wednesday evening. To Meet in Ottawa. (Specinl to Herald.) tXlmontony .May Sir ttiUrid Lnuricr and the oilier CunMlian dele-|,gatcs have Hivit�Kl tlve next Colonial CoMierenevj to meet in Ottawa. It is prol>able that the invitation will be "accepted J �'�X-^:')�i5v:'K.:' :oing built, uiid olji^dy reaches front the switch ca^t of Westminster Itoad to the Kllison I'lour Mill. It will extena to Dartlett St. when oomj)ln. Frank'Oliver i in'tCdnionloii.. He sn,\'s the new land tAUi-jitlll Ije ftui through next .session. Caoatfaa Ghik. I>>thhriin;ted stenographer for the Ik-et Coiiunission. . Batebali Moaiay. Lethbridge vs. lOdniontc^n, Monday, May 80, is the nniiounwmont for the opening of the \Vcstci'h'',Catiaen the game in the iiHunl way. Old High Line to go. The old high line which has been a fiinuliar sight .for so . many years nciosH th� track is to taken dovn. A new line is to lie built near to tito shops. It Is to l>o constructtMi strong l.v enough: to carry ttio heavy engines ami cars niHl will Ik> tracked standard gaugt*. I'iie use of the new line will mean considerable ecojtomy of lAboj- in the handling of the co�i. P. O. Boxes Ready. -After tteing on t lie vva.v from New niarket' ever since .March SH. the boxes for the now jiost ofllco have arrived, and it is expccleil, will lie set up to-night. There aiw in all, five hundrod lip.ves and drawers, all witit key-locks, the combination boxes not having proved satisfactory. The boses ni'o goveriiini'iit standard so thit they iiinA bo taken over h,v llie government when � post oUlce is built. ilox holders vvho wish to do somay retain their old numbers. The applica-tlonH for t>pxcs will lie honored in Lhi. loi-tlcr received. Tlie old equipment is to be shipped to Taber for the pn.st-oflieo theiv--. � 0 ' � A New Roadnatter. ClK first Soft tnm of Spring Brhigs thouglits of New ClollVes tiiid New. Slioes.^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ .^^ .; Walk-Over Slices liave lonx Jbeeii recK�i2 -ion, who follow ciosaiy tlx; style ?trend of th�| season, will tiiitl in otir o^iening a inirrt^r r^-tleclint;well dreswHl London ttiid New York -ti study of spring styles most interesting, This distinctiv.4 display of jiigh-i^hiss (ail-i oriiig wilt p;irticiil(iriy tiitraet and inteteat men of critical and cultured tastes in dress. , Styles as they are for Spring' Coats are still long wiih natural shonldera.; Cut on the box"order. I)nt with lines that fit! soi'newbat closer to the figure. The froiit ih ; almost atraiyht. Swell styles for yoiinK n>eii -have two buttons, bnt three isT the more iibflall Vests are almost faiioy. Some have wide notch tiaru from the laut luitlon. and show } more of the shirt front thia sprinji. Nol>l)y{ innterials in fancy vests that are only allowable in them. Tn Trousers, a mceg top dropping from knee to foot. Very shapely. Trousers: for spring can be said to follow the line of the leg. . Splendidly Tailored Suiia, in fine imjjorted i anfl domestic tweeds and worsteds. Cut iui Ihalatest S. antl D. Ti. styles., i____$11.SO Dressy Suits-In hiyh fjrade iniportetl navy blue uiittnislud serges. C'oats eut: in medinni and long lengths.S. & D. B:$l ;i,&U Men's. Spring Overcr>ata - The )Kipular len^^th style 'all the v�o" this spring. Very stylish. Well tailored and finished. $13.5U Men's Craveoette PainprcHif-A very dressy coat in a splendid Engli.sh oraveiiette cloth. Cut in S. B, lly front style, 12:50 to !?1S,0(> Give your Boy a " Southard" Suit 1 Vou'll in.ilVS' |.'.\.\('\- SIIT.S-Sm-lriav-oriti' sl\li's as Itiisler llrowii, HMs.si;iij .iiiil new lVti>r Pan style. Tiiilonjii in ICiiglisli navy I 1 le .ind aM shirtinaUers, but-which being made on this side of the water are lacking thoir usual attendant exlravagaticc of pi'ice. MKN'S XI^fll.l(!l',lC aUlUTS- Made ; .MEN'S .MCtJldOKi: SMTirrS - In In l''aiK'.v French Shirting, ni(.>diiiiii anfl (lark groiimls. in fancy chucLs. CiilTs atlucbed. Sizes 11 to K-J. I'lico SI.25. .\li:\'S XIOt.'I.K.'KK SlllKT.^- Made loat style in a varict.v of daini.v fanc.v s|iot ami striped (iainbrics on while Rl-mmds. Attached cult's. Sizes It to 17.i. Price .SI.2o. Kancy Caiiibrics, in � ,aiid chock elTect.s-. t^iiffs detached. (Uiat style. Sizes It (O; t". I'rlca . i5V.2i5. AIK.VS S'KtJIJiiEIC SHIRTS- Made in coat style of. siimrt choclc pat-terns. White grounds. Detached cuHh Sizes .11 iii ITi. I'lice SSI 2.^. A. SOUTHARD PHONE too ;