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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 3. LIT|iB*KIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY^ NOVEMBER 7. 1907 The Store of Quality. McKelvie fe McGuire Satisfaction Guaranteed -TITE- Geo. A. Slater Invictus Shoe FOR MEN A BATTERY OF FIELD ARTILLERY To be Organized in LethL ridge-Dr. Sielrart Will Be in Coikmand. "Union Made" Invictus shoes have been inanufacturpd for the past seven years. Durini; that time the same high standard of quality has been maintained. That's why the sale of INVICTUS Shoes has increased And that's why they are gaining such popularity among men who looit for the newest style, the longest wear and the greatest amount of shoe comfort. No better or higher grade shoos are made anywhere to-dry than INVICTUS SHOES. Tiiey are now the recognized leaders of shoe styles in Canada. Only the very finest selected leather is used in making Ihem. Every modem machineiy that will add to the wearing quality or improve the appearance of, Invictus Shoes is used in the Invictus Shoe F�ctory. As only high gmde shoes are manufactured in this factory the workmen never have a chanc�^ 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-called high grade shoes are made. Invifitus Stioes cao boiigtit liere for M, $S.IIO, S.SO and SE.OO Every pair bears the Union label. Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In I.�thbrtdge Colon*!! R. I.V Rtreli?, CH.; M. V O. Uistricl oniwr Coinmiuuling Military JJisirict iNof 13, Hmidquartors at CalfTiiry, andSonaLor IteVebcr have bren quiiHly working upon thn or^unizution of a tiu'ttory of Pield Anillery al U;thliriilRo. J,)r. .1. S. SUiwurt has l>r�n ofrercd the command and has siKnifiod his willingness to occ^it and immodiaU) steps towards thfe completion of the orf^'anlzatlon nru now undiTj way. A prjjliniinary iiu>e-ting was held hiFii evcninH: in .Sanntor DuVeber's Dft"ice iiltc'ii(li>ii by the Simator, W. l^. Simmons. Alajors Molchcr & Burnett. Dr. Strf'wart. .1. I. tOaUin, C. Ijson-ard and 11. .1. Skailh. and plans for the initial orKft'iizaiion were well advanced. A condition of the organization is tliat Dut less than four officers take tlio full course at thb Roy al Alili'tnrj C'ollope at Kingston and Messrs. Stewart, Kakin, Ijconard and SkciLh have consented to go, and they will enter the college just as soon ns arrangements can l>a complot ed at hcadcjuartors for their cotirss. It is also desired 'that a,s many other ofllcers as can, will avail theiu-solvcs of the at the Royal Mili'tary College at Kingston. The Uattery^ will consi.s-t of 6 guns. and the ofllcers are. Major (Command ing Offlcsr), Cajrtnin, 2 Lieutenants,' 1 Medical OfUcer, 1 Veterinary officer. Battery Sergeant Major, Battery Quarter MasterVii;rt., 4 Sergeants, Signalling Svgt.. Knrrier St'gt., Orderly Room Srgt., Shooing-smi'th: Saddler Wheeler, 2 Trumpeters, 4 Corporals, 1 Hospital Corporal. 8 Boiiibadicrs, 49 gunners, 24 drivers. The organization of ihe Local Battery will include the con.struction of You can afford to buy good clothts if you buy here. armories, gun Sheds offices lOG officers and men, and 65 horses, great success. Ijethbridge. A considerable nunitwr of applica-'tions have already been received, and alJplicaitiOns to Or. Stewart arc in order and should he made a.s soon as possible. In addition to the large aivnilalilo material avail^ible in 'the city the rural districts and continguous towns contain abimtidnt material of a suitable calibre i)oih in men and The battery will probably go into camp in the iiionith of .lul.y for two weeks. Full information in regard to quuliricatioh nnjl er|uiprnents will be supplied on applicutlon to any of the, following:-Mcs.srs. Stewart, Ea-kin, Leonard,.and Skeith. The local battery^tarts out with bright prospects arfiJ should be a We are Ready to Supply Your Cold Weather Needs ECONOMY AND EFFICIENCY Hon. W. H. Cuaimg Explains His Position Regarding Land Titles Office. fSiw'cial lo the Herald.) ICdmonton, Xov. 7.-Hon. Mr. Cush ing's attitude on the Lands Titli-s Ofllce at Iji^thbridge is taken' solely because he iK-UeveS'^t is Ijottcr to icentralize the work for the sake of efficiency and et'onomy. Ho has found tha't the exijerieiice in Manitoba has boon that the business could be con- Wlj^ijJ, it|;tfcMi-j*�Mre-4>ffici��tb^ and econ- omicall.v if there were oii)y one ofFice instead of two or throtv He ndmits the service al Culgaj-y has not been sntisfabtory but he guarantees an improvement. He su.vs that if ,his plan of two ollices in the pro =noe dcK>s not work sutisfactorily he will then consider the opening of new of-nce.s. In -the meuntimei the idea of c in Uio lield, for viie mayoralty. Uofore leaving for Chi-cHRO, Dr. Italhraith, the pifsent niav or, slated lo tl retiring t�ut there were certain civic matters undertaken that ho Ihouglit ho ; l.oiild s^va through before doing so. li i is lirivate alTairs would permit his doing so, he will bo a candidiute fur the mayor's chair for 1908. The Ma.yor's opponent will lie C. n. Hownian v ho hiis been rofiuosted by manj- proiiiineiil citizens to cTit.-r lire surer of the city for many years ami upon his resignation last March electeil .Alderman to succwd the i;ew Sijcretary-Ti-eu-suiier O. \V. KobinK.-n. Me has beep chairman of the Kinunco Committ-^'C. None of the retiring .\lderniei.i will nusk i-o-eleclion, Aid. Oliver and man having slatetl ilcfinitcl.v they wiTl not bo in tlve (ield, and f course Aid. Ilowman's candidA-y iif the iiiayoi-alty takes him from thj aldermanic contest. Thro new al-ilernion must bo elected. So t'ar two are in the field. W. 0. Ives Ins siipiifk'fl his intention of l>eing a tan-didnte. .las. .Aslicrol't is in tli(? fii'M again. The nain> of Dr. .T. S. Stewart has h^vn frequeiuly mentioned JAEGER Man'*' Knitted Olova. Pure Wool Gloves, white............SO 55 White, with double roll cuff'.,......., 80 Black.;;.,......... .55 (Jamers liair, very fine and ^oft...... 65 Beautiful fancy patterns linetl with , �com unoirw�a� Btiai let wool...... 1 00 " lure Wcol Iwegtcn Navy, double roll col- . lar, cuffa and skirt $1 25 Extra heavy black .. Extrj^u hea|(yL' white; 'V very" fine wool.... 3 50 Greyi extrn heavy, made of -fi/ie Australian wool ...... 5 00 contest. Ik' has been secr,.tar.\- tiea-, but ho says he is not a candidate. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. Ci. K. NOURSR. . MANAGKR ^ A ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up...... ............$14,000,900 Reserved Fund...................... 10.000,000 Balance Profit and Loss.............. 665,159 Head Office, Montreal PRESltsENT: KiaHT HON. LORD STBAl'HGONA AND MOITNT UOVAL, O. C. M. O. VICE-PnrSTDF.N-T : HON. 8IH aROKUB A. DU'lMft'ONP. K C. M. C. E. 9. OLOOSTOK, Ql^avil * �NA for the accidoMit ujion a faulty knot in tin? i-opi's holding tlie jilank. AIooi'c has brought suit against the Chcaco I'.ri(l;je and Iron Works Co. for S2r),00'i damages, having lost a log anfl an arm besides being otherwise in.iuri.''l. Mr. .lohnMone and Hr. Galbrai'th will probahl.\' bo away for ton days. To Discuss Municipal Politics tin Saturd.i.v evening tlverr w:!' > '. a public niiining bpen to e\eiybo '[(�w i f the npproacliing municipal eh i; i.r.^. The Labor men am -on^i !:'ig the placing a ciimlidatp or two in the Altl.'rnianic i-(inlest. Mtil CIsrk rresfed. We have positively the choicest assortment of Men's Furnishings ever shown in Lethbridge Neglm ee Shikts T5ae latest fancy in New Ycrk, made of fine percales, diitiity, etc., in nobby stripes and other aauart American pntterns. Sixes 14-^ to 17|. Price $1.25 STANFIELD'S UXDEnWKAR Pure wool, unshrinkable. This line is heavy, soft and fleecy, just the thing for cold weather wear. Sizes 34 to 48. Price $1.25 per gtirnient Fine Wolrey Underwear One of the beat English ma lies, iloes not irritate the skin and will not shrink. Ab-Bohitely pure wool. Price SI 1)5 per garment. Special New Fir,m Forracd. Brancnes and Arrencies at a'] tT^ principal points in Canada Also ill XjOiitAn, tnglTi d Vnw York, Chicago, Spokane and lew^oundland Travellers' Circular Lettereof Cr.^dit ond Commercial Credits issued for use in all psi ['Ls of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON TAVO^ A8LE TEBMS Di a ftR Bolil av,-iUable !i'supply of ha\ nnfl oats I'^n sal,; b.'sicl^s tlii':ie coitunoilUi.'s fur slli[i- ni.'nl. 'J'he mail elck v)n the ('al.L'ary local was arresU'il here la.s-t ('Vcninp; by Chief I'arr.v on infoi-niulion fj-uni Cal par.v charKiuK the prisoner wiih indecent aswauli. While being escorted lo the ))iiliii' station the ])risoner fainted awa.v on the public .s(piHri! and is at present very ill. |{. Stewart, the nifj:lil diTk at the ollico went ns mail clerk on the Calvary local this niorninff. Lfttest Telegr&ph Despatches (special to the Herald.) .St. Paid. Minn., Nov. 7.- I. ). Hill cl.ijms thai the cause of the money slring-enc.N- is that the people arc hoarding' tln'ir mone.v awa.v instead , of placing- il in banl.s foi- cir'ci.'lalion aniiinj.r the intcrcs'ts of ih,-^ count r.v. I Jinnulnn. Man.. Now 7.-This i-iiy is to iia\e a postal (lL'ii\er.y s.vkIoui. 1 Lethbridge Branch - R. r. REEVE Mannger Ca 1;.'; I r.\ .'..'I'.' u> llu'ir tUi' ts. In (lav, Nov. 12. ;M'Mi-tan.-l-.'ciTVh'y I >ivi'n a )'V-"-i*'i i ai Ilar- ; n Wiisliin.u'l on, D.C, .Nov, 7.-It is cs-vliniiiii'il that Micr.' lui \ e b.-en a million ili\oj-i-(K in till' Inii.'d Stales ilniin;.; the pn.'-t tu,-nl.v .\i-ars. A Fresh Shipment of Tweed Coats adds interest to our Large Display. A nev,' shipment just received from our Eastern Tailirs is osiiecuilly .jittnietive, nnd it embraces styles tliat are new and distinctive, with matchless taiiorins^; nnd finish REMARKABLE VALUES. A HANDSOME COAT-Made of hot,vy weight Tweed in grey f'lncy mi.vtures, barli.