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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta I r '4 ******* VOLUME 1 iV LETIIRRIDGE, ALftEItTA^fllUR8DAV,' NOV KMHER 1. 10O�. Best Goods Right Prices That in about nil we hnvo to say about Stilenfit Cloth in Except they are perfect fitters. not advertise giving away Clothing almost nothing, but we take pride in giving the public the best value for their money that is possible for any Clothing manufacturer to produce. In Stilenfit Clothing you really receive more than $ for $. Overcoats, $8 to Suits, $7 to Mi � - * Lit P ll MS 11 Remember every gar-' ment" is finished to your measure by our T AI LOR on the premises. STILENFIT Perfect Filling Trousers Prices, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50 and $3.00. TAIL MADE Suits and Overcoats $15 to $25. Macs Only Exclusive IterT* Outfitters la L*uVmUge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital. $10,000,000. deserve Fund. $4,500,000 HEAD OFF-Icif. TORONTO BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A (intral Banking butinest tranuctcd. AdcounU may b� opened and conducted by malt �ft� all twite* af thi� Cank. SAVINGS BANK DEPAHTMKNT Dcpoalta of $1 nnd upwards received, and Intercut a*lowed mt current rate*. Tim depositor U nubject lo no dcluv what- ever tit tins whhdruwul of the whole or uuv p4>iiiou of t'lie deposit BRANCHES IN ALBERTA cam; \ uy Cl.Alti:sHi>i.M rtJ.MOMv>\ U\M%I All. LKAVINOS l.KTUHRWH'iK MACU.KOU NANTON ST A V ELY H^CIIER CHEEK STRATIICONA PC! (OKA MEIMCINK 11 AT *El^ l�KEK VEORKVILLK YKRMJMON U'ETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE. MANAGER of Montreal \ It USUI 1817       *  %umm IMtMM Balance Profit and U�a.............. Capital all paid up Reserved Fund Head Office. Montrea1 PRESIDENT: KIQHT HON, LOUD STHATJJCOJIA ANU MIU?MT ftOVAL, fi, C M 0. VICE-PRESIDENT: HON s1u A. du3mmomd. K , GivienAL it an At; mi Brancnos and Agencies ot a a t)t principal points in Canada Also in X-ondon. Englti d. New York, Cijicago. Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts oi the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafte told available at all polote In Uaited Staiee, Uarope and Canada Intereat Allowed on clepoaita ut currenl"itt(c� Lethbridge Branch R. F. REEVE Manaa*!* t - FIELDING WINS O Finance Minister Victor ious BIG MAJORITY OVER THE TORY o Result of Important lye Election in Nova Scotia. -V. - t ASKING ALDERMAN TO STAND And it is Being Vify Largely Sign ed. o�Mu]_Lf� M.M'niil) is In' 'I'iti'ulat ion llalifux. Nov, I. ~TUp l�,\v�-rlt�i'.-;� -i for the ItotiHo of t'ommimn In Qu-* n Shglbnurnc yoHtortlny in�hu1K�(I i* a groat victory for Hon. \V. S Field ir.ic, Miniftlor of Pinnnc.?. IHm malor- Dr. It. 0. Wi'hlnii. rmi^or - vnlivo i� 000. jm.'I it inn is in fttrulat ion r� ((iH'stin^ Al Mavoralltv.  TABER WILL GROW WE STAND FOURTH. > Oivnt Pivpnrnlioas lor Mining I� Populaiion in th- I'mv- velopnirnl." ineo of Alliertu (SpiMtnl to IfiM-nld.) Thirago, Nov. t.-P. K. KcnuNto't, ^t.nnoapoiis, and t). A. Hol.�rtson, tuv in tla** city purchasing eloctivcnl machftiory ami awarding various contract m which will Ik' thi* f�>ivrtmn.�r of va**t coal op�ration*� in W.'Ht^rn t-annda. Tho two info own hi'tu'wii ihem four por cent of th�* bituniinouH coal lands In th.� Puit^vl Stato** and Tan udu and if \Mv pivscnt plans through nctivi* work In d*wfopia^ tlii-ir vast hold ng�* will Ih� startcJ no\t Rpriug. 'I'h�*y have ivcoiuly SiHMir*\| contrtd and lta\*� op*�n�ted prop-fit \ to Nona1 ni Coal iV t'uke fo. in bixon uianag**!' and supn intfu.l nt lias (hvu s**i*iiiainf{ material in Us city during th�* past wv��k an I i.i ut interview he told tho pivs* rep res. Dial i\o that th�\\ wiadd \ inpl. 4\ from 800 to toOo men in thvir Tan adlan ndues. The product is I e.t!*.' Hhipped into \\****iiii>**�jf ii simtll tu.\n titles mow as well as Into Montana j Wjishoi^ii>n ami Wiwtcrn Stated, With the o|�ettiiig of spring the Held will 1e douhh^l and Wimd|�og will tv made the chief dtstributlug poitil for f \wiadinr pro\ inces nnd I'nit hI States. The cnltre deal is tulinttted in local circhs to he the Mlggent thintr of its kind puiled nfT in the Wijst n ye�r.-* Own**rs of profH�r.'. ��� a�sert that (K-npU* of Wbertn littl* rt�ali/e the value of the coal d posits in its southern extremes. n*'itb *r do they realize the vnshuss nf ih-.r coal ftehls wh'ch In their opinion will last du/tius the i�e\t fifty y.� i*-- no matter hov rapid the develop ment of minhtg operations. CONTRACT IS LET (Special to Ottawa, Xov. t.- The revised c* t.-sttw figures arc: Calgary I4,20:t. IXiinonton, Jl.lfWl. Medici�.� lint it.o'jo IjetUhrtdgo, 2,02(1. . Strnthcona. 2t�)2l. Weinsklwin. I.rtns. llayinond. l.oOH. Itctl Deer. 1.41H. Prank. 1,K�. Macleotl. 1.141. High UIvit l.olH. r^teombe. 1 (Oir,, CnrdMon. l.OO!. \M AlUlKSTPli --->-. (Special to II raid.) hurkiilyltalH. Quo . No\ . ! .- As A result of the verdict given by Cor's hiry in tint iiepiest inltt ' he deaths of Ikdaiigei* and Thtuuti. t4� men wore jdnced under arrest eh it* -t*ed with Udng crinr'nally respon**iid� tor Hw killing of strikers t MIOI.lHIl IHvVTH PKXU.TV. to 1 (��rahl t Paris, Xo\ l.--The cabin't has �te-chhsl to include in the paiitam. nta'*v programme a bill providing for at) olution of death penalty. M'uUi -i Picpiart's plan I't.r r-form of i-��prt mart al lo*�ks lo i h.-re ent re snp- preKsion. sul>st it ut ton therefore proCeilre in t.ise >u offence** putii di-aide by common whde il.ftci|i  !inur\ courts \vt\l 'mI with infra t tons of dUnpliae TOP PRICE IS $35 PIllC-K �!�* MtltHiATKti I.ASPS ll \i:i' is **0\2o. Thei*'* will be seven a ftVois thrtMightiut* and the budding will to entirely fire proof, 1'he stairway is located In a tower outside the building There will U� IO.Of mi more of floor ^"I'ie'e than in the Medicine (let mill. The men are now cu.^ajtio.l iviikiv -ing the ma4-hiner\ frmn the \|.-.liejne Mat Milt. I ".tiort I .aii-h i�.-it I'M 1,1 1 14 a Mad irrigated laud-* has t�een ft.\e*l. ;t i-> ivtmrlott by tho A.It. �fc J. I'd ai about *I15 nn ac�v. Uiml partially ungated will not sU.V It �s understood an aitt\e > .nupaign is to I c put forth to i le tlH the lands tut iler iri'.gation ------ -------- OPKVtMJ (it* I.KCSISl.ATritK. Kdmouton � t ;to.-Preuier Huth-erford wir.-d from Ottawa today, fixing the *iat- oi the ne\t m-otlng of the Alberta lee Mature for Inn- 17th nary TUP. l.lllPdt\1> ItKPKKM XfUini mil liOYI.V: Ml UPP.H Tit I \I. (Special to llerablt Morden. Man. Oct. :tj.-The p,�\|. murder vuhh opened t bis morn in*;, the whole time being sp.-m in ein-panellir.g the jury, twenty in n ehal-leiry^d to select twelve petit juror.'.. P.ntire summoned list had to *e called.. Martin Poyle wtm biouglti into the dock and tmltclment was rend charging him with I ho nwdiT of Vincent Weiler near Snownwo on Nov. I'.O 'ust, to which ho rospondont in cVar stoady tone. "Not, Ou;lty." dohll 1'idlUle Illee e(| by it \ rfy ts.aei orv'ily. Port Pdgm net. ,Jl>.�- After a U* en 'y Conti*stis| elefl .. ill ill Xol th III l|0" by a majority ot about ;tfiO todn> . .lohir Tolmie the laUral r 'turned ai : heir repri^entat i\> '1 he towns were strongly lateral Port, Klgin bMtliug with a mau>nn r iti I l�i, KiiicanJiiiit J'olioniug close h ittl 11 J and Southampton Winrton tav,' Meli'lland the >ervat *\ e 22*. The farmers of township swelled np lo 27o maturity far the liberal candidate an'i S;il|4riH�n 112. iml. Pon Hrurc  pomMtTTKi* poit ruivr.. H�*rbcr Perry from i.e�r T�i er np peared yesterday ami today I ei'.av Major JleJcher on a charge of r.ipe He whs contmittcfl for NUMUKfc 51 ----^-i.'-j-t �-^��r^v n- ADAMS FOR MAYOR @y Petition liiW in Circu- P ItPlLPIXC PKUMITX AT "PKt;. fSpeeial to Herald i Winnipeg. \\�v 1ttuitding per mils up to Oct. iH tout $11,710,01*' .,..^.-T.T�i- All of tho 1m�hI, ((utility. pi'rfocl-Hllin^. lum-ii'ritatin^ uiiilt�r\vt ttr can be ftniml in tin* most complete assortment. Ho comfortable and economical by wearing the host uiJtlergnrmontB. Special .ill this week : Heavy wool iloeco*!. si/es '\\ ti� if� Heavy Sanitary wtxil ileeceil ... .V............. Kxtru heavv wot�i fleeeotl, tlotible back and front Heavy pure Scotch \vu r->. Fall Neckwear All tin \erv Sfitrfoii's cluiieest a'tayison di�l�y here, eoureixaltle shntie and ritvlc can In* found in our big ntmprchfiisivc imtuirtment. I�#*�!uttTtil .-isHf>rliut*iil of string tics, comprising all tin* uPw shades of biowiiM. greys, etc. Jor. Heaiilifnl iiABortitieut of four-iu.ham! tics. r>Pc. caeli. Ascoisf pntfs. French Sam I >erbys. in endless variely. Shirt Prices cut in half this week at Southard's vest* Do/ens of nobby ainl pleasing fall ami winter styles, carefully mad*', ami we guarantee comfort and excellent w'l 2"� and / ^1 ..'ii). this week tmlv at . . . . �' elidl d..ys ;11111 i-o|d evt'itin^s demand it. The line tailoring atal great care with which our Overcoats w are made, produces as tine work as the most exclusive tailor shop iu the land. Judge these Overei ats for yourself and see if it doetm'l. Men's Overcoats liliihf, pceni I tl lis of nil-wool Tweeds,dark grey or brown. Chesterfield style, velvet collar, good �fk........... ..............$10.00 Men's Overeats made, iu tourist stylo, in dark (mlterns. neat stripea, chocks and |>IuhU Heavy all Wi.ol tweed, nizea *M~\-|, fi\:MUi\ Value this Week i  #  $15.00 made fnnn goi>tl t|tial-ilv imp'iicd beaver. Men's Fine Black Overcoats silk velvet collar, good lining-, splendidly made. Those sre wry dressy coats at.................................$15.00 Big variety of Men's Fur and Fur-lined Coats ranging m j�nce t i^ni $15.00 to $125.00.  z- - h^rrr -u- ' _ _ � i PHONE 100 1 - H ;