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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 51 Ll'l llrfklDttE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY* NOVEMBER 7. 1907. NUMBER 1 The Store of Quality. McKelvie & McGuire Satisfaction B Guaranteed -THE- Geo. A. Slater Invictus Shoe FOR MEN A BATTERY OF FIELD ARTILLERY To be Organized in LcthL ridge-Dr. Stewart Will Be in Command. Union Made" Invictus shoes have boon innnufncturotl for the past seven years. During that time tin? riiiiik high standard of quality hits boon maintained. That's why the sale of INVICTUS Shoos hiis increased And that's why thoy nro gaining such popularity among men who look Tor tho newest style, the longest wear and the greatest amount of shoe comfort. No better or higher grade shoos are made anywhere to-day than INVICTUS SHOES. They nre now the recognized lenders of shoe styles in Canada. Only the very finest selected leather is used in making them. Every modern machineiy that will add to the wearing quality or Improve the appearance of Invictus Shoes is used in the Invictus Shoe Factory. As only high grade shoes ure manufactured in this factory the workmen never have a chance to become careless. They are never changed from cheap work to high grade work, as is the case in so many factories where so many so-culled high grade shoes are made. Invictus Shcss can k bought here for $4.75, $5.00, 5,50 end SE.OQ Every pair bears the Union label. McKELVlE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Hetttbridge I THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OrFICE. TORONTO KSTAni.lSUr.D i8�T B. B. WALKER, President ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of Branches Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Branches throughout Canada, and In the United States and England A GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMERS' BANKING 86 Every facility afforded Farmers for their banking business. SaleB Notes cashed or token for collection BANKING BY MAIL.-Deposits may he made or withdrawn by mail. Out-of-town accounts receive every attention CALGARY CI.AtUMIOl.M hl>MO.VU>N jiit.ii i it iv \ I- I-Ail. BRANCHES IH ALBERTA LEAVINGS HAtfTON STAVELV l.ETIIBKIDGE PtNCHKR CKEEK STKAT1ICONA MACLEOD fONOKA VKGHKVILLK MEDICINE HAT Ptl� OEfcR VKRMII.ION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. ft. K NOURSK.  Managp.R Bank of Montreal JiSTABLISllKI) DSI7 Capital all paid up...... Reserved Fund.......... Balance Profit and Loss.., ..SM.000,000 .. 10,000,090 605.159 Head Office, Montreal PHHSITJF.KT: RIGHT HON. LOW) STBA l'HOO * a and MOUNT UOYAL. O. C m. O. VICE-PnrfUIF.KT : HON. SHI QMirlOK A . IlK-im.VV.NIV K O. m. O. R. 9. 01,'tlMTOIi � uptiil h �\Ai,Kit Brancnes and Afroncies at a 1 *.l t principal pe-ints in Canada Also iii Louil&n. li'ibi 0 Kov: York, Chicago, Spokane and I ( WounJUiiil Travellers' Circvilur Letter*!of C"r-\vij.' mi *.J t-1 ecs '*� ui �-sirit.nt rules LetKbrid^e Branch - v. r. rf.cve Colonel S. II. Steele, CIV; M. V. O. District ofllrer ConiniiimlinK Military District Nof 18, Headquarters at. Calgary, and Sennlor IK-Veber have been quietly working mion thn organization of u bu'tlery of l-Meltl A'-tlllery ut L'thhrldge. Dr. .1. K. Stowiirt lins l*vn offered the command ami has signified his willingness In accept unci Immedlnbo steps towards tlit- completion of the orgnnl/nt Ion itiv now under wny. A preliminary inecllnii wiih held lns-1 evening In Senator DeVebcr's nfllce attended hy I hp Si.finlor, W. t'. Simmons, Majors llclcher & lluniott. Dr. Stewart. .1. I. Kakin, C. Ijeon-iird Mini tl. .1. Sk.itIi. mill pinns fur I hi' Initial onrani/at inn were well nd-vnnce.l. A condition of the orgunlz-iilum is tiuit nut h>ss thnii four officers tilki' llie full course nt ihh Hoy ill Mili'tni> College nt Kingston nml Messrs. Stewart, Knkin, Leonard and Skeith have consented to go, unil they will enter tln� college Just ns soon ns arrangements run Ik- coniplel (�(I nt headquarter* for their course. II is nlso desired ihnt ns ninny oth- horses, anil tho ofllcors nrp, Major (Command ing Ofllcar), Ca|rtiiin, 2 nontenanth, I 1 Modlcal Officer, 1 Yiricrlnnry olllc-1 er, Hattery Horjffiinl Major, HntU-ry ! Quarter Master.1 S�-rKpaiit�. I SiKiinlllnK 8i'fft.. Karripr SVnt., Dr.-J (k-i'ly liuoiti Srjrt.. Slio..>inpf-sinilli �. SadtlU'i- Wheulor, 'J Trum|iptcrs, I Cor;ioritlH, 1 IluspitnI Corporal. 8 JtointrntticrN, 40 kuiiiuts, a-l drivers. The orKuntwitlon of On; Local Hnt-try will Inctiidu Hie construction of armories, gun Shells unil oflteeH ut Lelhlirltlfrc. A eotiHidol'illile numlN>r of appllen-'tions have already lnvn rcivived, and niiplieii'tioriH to I*''. Stewart nie in order and should he made as soon a.s possible. In addition to the In rue available innlertnl available in 'the city the rural districts and roiitlnKuoiis towns contain abundant material of a suitable calibre both In men nnd horses. The battery will probably ro into' cninp In the month of duly for two] wxvks. l'ull ini'iirmnt ion in regard j to qualification and equipments will , be supplied on application to any of llie, following:-Messrs. Stewart, K.a-Kln, L*onar taken solely lieciiHse be lM-li.'vi~.^t is N-tter to 'cntrali/e tile work for the sake of efficiency and (tiiry-Tii,u.suivr O. W. UoMiU"n. He bus beep chairman of the Kiniincj Coniiiutt. e. None of the ret Iring A lilei tue'l will si.i'k irvlwtion. Aid. Oliver and \�.o man having statiil ik-fiaitely that they wiTl not In- in the held, nml of course Aid. llowuian's ciindi.l.i y i ir I In" mayoralty takes him from lb-' nblermiinic contest. Thr � new aldermen mus'l be elected. So fnr r .1. S. Slew-art bus heell i re-pi.'llt I.V lllellt iilll"ll tint ii  sn.\ . hi' i- nit a candidate. Men's Raccoon Coats, skins are carefully inspected before being made up. are well matched and heavily furred, linings nro of fine black Italian cloth, coat hns large storm collar, sizes prtoi.38.!!.48:.................... $45.00 to 125.00 Men's Adjustable Fur Collars, rendy to le put on cont. Wonu bat. Wallaby. Electric, Coney. Near Seal. Nutria. Beaver. German Otter, Astrachaii. Persian Lamb and Hulgurian Lamb 4U.UU Men's Fur Gauntlets, GIovpf nnd Mitts in Astmclmn. Nutiin, Mnskrat and Genuaii Otter, fur lined, made of tine skins, care- _ vrl^::".,.....................?o.7o, 7.00 a,l $7.50 c1B3li0\DRAMPITJ13 jaeoer Pure Wool Gloves,^ _ PUPfi WCQl SWattCS white... SO 55 tWcr|k��� Navy, double roll col- Whit... with double lar, enffs and skirt SI 25 roll cull.......... b.e Aus- _ *o&:d Biwlet wool...... 1 00 tr�han wo�l...... 0 00 A Long Standing Suit L. M. .lohnstonc, local soli it or fifr He Chii'tigo llridge nnd Iron Works Co., and |ir. lialbruilh I'll on Tuesday uioiiiiug for Chiru^o to intend the trial ot the sun brntight by (ieorge Moore nguinsl 11�. niio\e a lined eompenx. the latter going as a wilin"-s. ii.i.ing li.vn doctor attending tile pl.iiullli. ]t will be r.'tneinlietvd tha' on S-pi lull. IP'H. llnw men fell from the scalTolil of the kUh.dpi; e. then being I creeled. Dm man was killed, another rec!!">.I*il'i damages, having (est a . leg and an arm besides being ot lier-| wise iiiiiir.d. Mr. Johnstone and Dr. Gall r�, th will probably be uway for ten du.v.s. To Discuss Municipal Politics tin Satuido evening tbere u I a public meeting Open to ,\,',e,l in the Ltioor I'nion Temple in cuss miiuicip.il matters in -un the .ipproachmg municip.d ,1,. . The Labor m n am ou-i :  e,g plactng a candidate or two iu Aid I'lnaim i � >litest. M..I.V l.bs- Ihe Hi.' We have positively the choicest assortment of Men's Furnishings ever shown in Lethbridge Nicn the ('iiluury local was iirres ] here Inst \. nn.g b;. Chief I'nrr.v en mfoi'iniit ion iiom Cal gar.v chili'-'i ut.' tl"1 prisoner wiih in-ilcceiil usr.ai.lt- While being , - corleil lo 1 he polti � si at .on t be prison.!' fainted uwu.v mi the puliln s |iiai'e and is at pii-s-ni ver.\ ill. |{ Slew-art, the night i lerk at the po,i ollic,, went as mail . I.rk on H,,. Calgary local this morning. A Fresh Shipment of Tweed Coats edds Special Interest to our Large Display. New Firm Formed. \ 1:,im '^u ami i'V 11 11; de ha v  foriiii-d a "a cl^'Cship to be known uii''u � i ,1 hi.y aoii o.ii - l.u^M!  s\ '!'!.� n.-'e i.i'ki h .s rent,-.I tii- '� ,niii-A w.ii-ii"'is' ii th-I ei i. I i t:-e l.uniber ei.. o'i I;. i � 1111 Si. a in I will I, i'p on I n Y' a la !'� s � t ipl\ of h.i . an-! o.i t I,.' iVc.i i s.i! � 1, .S..I..s I  y ii' t I'e-e i ii 11 : 111.1 ft i i. ir ship-in. in. *( " i ( ..' � .-\ '.!'. ;..!! l.'.-iii" .-. II.T- *  �'  :. |V H e :� ' 1^ "l ei iii Latest Telegraph Despatches iSpcrial lo the Herald.) l St. I'aul. Minn., Nov . r._.i. .) claims thai lb'- eau.e o^f the money st riuge.le\ is tn.tt the |k-opl,'!.' the bus.ii. -.s lul.'re-l.s of 1 ii' l o Hill-. . I I '.i a lei. hi . Man.. \  v, 7 - - "i 11; s; , i i ..- is i" in. e a I'.st.l! iiel;\,.|'\ s'..-tciil. I 'a- r iir i s. 'lb. 1 In.- - W l.sllil..; i e||. iii'., Vol . 7. -It is es in. .  � . I It..; I i ha , I. -n a mil Oil ..is.ii -. s i ' e � I ii.-, .,| Slates 111 lie; (i t �:. lit". ,\ . ..., >;. M...  el. V . e. 7 belli 1.1,ill I'.ir'-,   �� � . � � �  i' I  ��; lb � :t . v.. � i. � :�� d ie. J.. , \  l el'l.i> - A new shipment just received from our Eastern Tailors is especially .attrnclive, nnd it embraces styles thai aie new and distinctive, with niati-hiess lailoiiiio jiik! tinit.lt REMARKABLE VALUES. A HAND.SO.M 1C COAT -Made of hevy weight Tweed in gfey f tucy mixtures, bin-iv nnl front fiiiished with wide strajis, collar anil cuffs over laid with silk velvet and broadcloth. $ I 1.00 AXOTHKR STYLISH COAT In light grey Tweeds, sinnrt overeheck, lined to the waist and finished with stilehed strops of sHf. forming yoke, extending down front and back. $12.50 ANOTUIOK SMART COAT" Of fancy over-ch'-'eked I'.vi'i-d, linislii'd with stitclie i straps, collar triiutiL'd wc. h silk velvet and braid. DH St) !e. . Prli-e......................^ I T.50 LA 1)1 KS' CO A P of lino imported black Beaver made seven-eight length and iinished with stiti'hed strappings of self. Hits faiwy shaped collar, owrlnid with velvet and braid. $13.50 It is to your advantage to SHOP KA H LY, and by wo doing yon will get best selectiou, best service, and bu.sl attention from our �ali;.iii'oplo \ IV Pfei^fe______- i PHGNE 7CO LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ;