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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta f f 1 _ 4' - + - VOLUME a - L 1*1 4 LfcT II BRIDGE, AlBlUtTA, TIltfttSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1900. h r v f For Wear Next Your Skin We have the choicest and mott complete stock of N W 4 In Lethbridgc, and wS Special values kt Casnmer^ Sox, per puir, 25c 4 J Orily Exclusive M*n*s Outfitters tti X^tViridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE raid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFF'CE. TORONTO B. E. WALKER, Cenerul M.tmgfr AI.KX. I.AIKO, Ami. Oen'l M*M(ar BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND RNOLAND ^^���ppjmHa^Mr^^Pl^^kmVm^B^mVa^^ tfps^N^P" t BANKING BY MAIL BvsImm may bm transacted by mall wish any brnmeli ' ** Bank. Aeoouata may bm opened, and deposits iftiL Every attention la paid j -n-r -^B^ ^BP- mmCm or withdrawn out-of-town account*. BRANCHES IN ALBERTA c Al.r.AHY i'LAKfcSUOI.M i omoxtox tuc.u ri\ t.u JNMSI'AU. LEAVINGS I'KTIIBKIDGE MACLEOD WANTON STAVfiLV PITCHER CHEEK ST RATH CON A POIIOKA MEDICINE HAT at EM DEER VEGREV1LLE VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. O. K. NOURSE. MANAQER Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up...................$14,4 Rtsmsd Faad...................... IMMJN BalMcc Profit aotf Loss.............. ift5,IM Head Office. Montrea PRESIDENT: MOOT HON. LOUD 8TBAT�OOJIA AMD.MOUNT fcOVAt. Q. c. U 0 VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. 81ft OROaGR *. ORtlJiMONO. K C. M, 0. K. 9. CLOUSTOy. OIVKH4L MAVAGiH Branones and Agencies at all tl-c principal points in Canada Also in Loudon, ftnglai d, Now York, Chicago, Spokane and ir&wfoundland Travellers' Circular Lettersol Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drifu told available 4t all point. In Unite* States, Europe aod *t�� Lethbridge Branch p r. RCCVE M�n�|�r PROMOTED NO CO .t. W. MAUT1N MADK JNH1U40TOU OK DOMINION' LAND ACUCXOIWH.^ HON. .W.; U. MOTHKrtWKIJ, OK SAHKATCHI3WAN VIHITS CITY. Lt'thbrldftn to Losa One of I1h Mo�t p tl. W, MiU'Un, Dominion Lanrts agent tit I^thhrklgo, hoN i*cccivoil ft promotion, which, while it will can**.? ngn'l liy wnscm of thn fact-that it (ocvaskmH the removal of Mr. ar.cl Mrs. MarMn from the city, iveog* ni/.i�H h.� nhlllty cih n oapahh*, -on* sclonMoim official. IIv* has Iwn appointed to n� low oflUc. that ot Di5i|k�r!or of Dominion IjuiuI AifoiK'ioH niut hin henoon pointed. I'Vdrs a To *ucl Famlnff if tho StHkol'Js^bt Set Hod. Hon. II. It. Motherwell* Mlnisior of Agriculture, In the Hafdcatchewftii govcrnmen-t, was In Dw rHy for a couple of days IMn wpok. IHh visit wan occasioned hy i.lw� NCarciiy �.f coal .n ht� provitice. lie cam.' how to ascertain If there was ^ny p ih-Klblllly of a Heltlcmetii ot U>o Mtrikiv as hn Joc\h it it H i56t �**Wk�d soi-.n, there will 1h� a coal ,teirtJtt hin new duties hoforr� the end of tho month. 4 Mr. Martin, during his ihreo years rerfidi'nee heiv h�h won llv i>nt start hin snns farming. IK� exp*ets tho price in .Southern Adorln will Foon rv beyond the reach of people ton. Mr. Sterner Im a county for I^incotu County, M-inu*1 - k i oner sot a. IMIOKITS KOK VK\H fHpwial to H'vatd.) London. Onl., \ov. H.-Th ta Irrigat on Co. hnvi* nr>\ SIMJl.imo for year. and not. prepared to yield a point. When the Herald-saw Mr. Moth*r well he wn* not pr^pafr'd to tv com* rminicaUve. A(ter some nrg-ing he stuted that he" V'na'convinced after Ww/ln-torvlfWH with hoth partus that the nonunion (Jovernm-^nt smint nKe up the matter. Somenhlng miiNt done to |�re\*en lark of fuel, which in plentiful in tho lata It woubl 1h? l.ke alarvlng in ihe mldHt of plenty. "Tlio problem" heople who ln�ve thoughta of locating in Canada learn that it is ImpoKMihb to gi�t fmd v. meet the Mrenuomrwinters of Saskatchewan, immigration will ^.>t n hlnck>ye/' It Ik not unlikely th? SusKuch-ewan government will ask th.� Do m4nlon go\eminent to n^e tt^stron-gest efToriK tHn that route to ln� iitlilxtxl for the shipment of thidr ^rain in the near fulmv. An Agricultural College* has not heen oHtabliKhetl in SaNkatehettan hut holnrntiips are heing issm J in the agricultural coHej;eK at Uraut>n Allor- lend C.u�-lph. jirolil mo�t BIG INDUSTRY XKUOTIATIONK ON KOJl ITS f.O-CATIOX AT LI*:Tl-!ltltIIKtK. COMING HERE UKKLV TO KSTAIILtftit V Hit* D1STHUU ll.Vf; I'OINT I1KHK. Toronto Kirjn That Manufactnr'M (lasi>Une KngineM. Mas^'w lltirns t'o. Has Option land at This Point. u Th* Mclaughlin Manufacturing Co. of Toronto, may ostaMihh works in Lethhridgo for the manufacture of thelrf umotiH KaHoline engine*. A :e-preAefitAtiw oi* th^ com|�nny was in the city recently ami mude nn olTer to tocut men to put up a plant bwv and amalgamate It with one of our city industry's, if satisfactory terms could 1m� agr�*ed upon. Negotiations are now going on. There is a wide opportunity for an industry of ih!K kind. The company have now in ttuir oflhvs at Toronto orfters t.ir $70,000 worth of engine*. tvreivk�l frotn tho territory that woulcl le in*-mod lately a ccew** i hi e to t) w UU h-hririge plant. A nmnlwr .of nam wi�l And employment and ait important addition wotdd be made to the already increasing manufacturing ln-tercKtK oi our c.ty. Kdmont4>n imui have been asking about tho proposition Intt we understand that Ivth* bridge will he given the preference tt j W,sttoinstuu�niv*d on NVw C l�. U. Structure. I. Mw, i'.l'H. aget.t here, informs trm Herald that the Hamilton jHridge Co. has secured the coutra>*i .for all the iron work on the wow * Co. was ot town on Krtday. Mr. Hunt has ju*t returned from a trip thno^h Mam- tohii. Hnskatchcwan ;ind AlU*rte The president of the eom|�auy e th the nutimgers for the %Uiw provoi'** ami other idUclals made the tour o. a private car. vUUing t*>*� prini-toal poRntirr Mr. Hunt says that the up -.taut at|i jo t(w oj iioipud his opluiot. oi Alltertu as compared with the other provinces w(td hti an-s we ret t w i I ho id hes 11 a \o a that \ I -herta was destinoii t�� Ih� the liana0*' uroviitre of the West. It is understood the ctniipany las *ecuved an otaUm n\'v,r or Broadcloth.....................'.........t 00 (It) Ladies* No 1 Quality Raccoon Coats. 88 inches long, silk lined, very choice................................. 48 00 Ladies- Black Klectric Seal Coats, Russian blouse style, with Silk Belt..................................50 00 Ladies' Black Baltic Seal Coots, with Mink or Alusku Sable Collar and Kevers.......................... 75 00 HWIOX HAWn� We Have r Very Choice Array of a- Muffs, Caps, Gauntlets, etc., in 4 Great Variety 4 1 ^ J t Ladies' Urcy Coney Ruffe.......................2HS) Ladies' large Brown Coney Ruffs. 84 inches long, trimmed with tails and silk ornaments.........T 00 Ludiea' White Tlulntt Ascot tie, 72 inehes long, silk lined 7 50 Ladies' Japanese Mink Ruffs. Hti inehca long............ UMNI Ijiidies' Klectric Seal Caj�eriue,with high storm collar, long stole effect hi fnmt ^rr-rt* v #,. .s..., * ^ ,J5 00 Lndi�w' Baltic Sent (-aperims trimmed with Persian Lamb ' with htuh storm collar, silk ornaments, tails, etc...... 17 50 Ladies* Alaska Sable Stoles, very choice qtfality, 72 inches long, trimmed with tails and ornaments...........~1>7 5tV Ladies' Alaska Sable Stoles, very choice quality, 84 inches long, trimmed with tails and ornaments ......... :i5 i'Ht Ladies' Alaska Sablo Caperiues. with high storm collar. Slolo fronts, tlti inches long....................... 50 til ladies' best ((ttality Mink Ruffs. Mink on both sides. inches long...................................,... 45 00 Latlies' Mink Ruffs, very broad over shoulders, with tour complete natural Mink, with heads and tails......... *J0 00 4 i nfimx raw We have the biggest assortment of Men's FUR-LINED COATS, COON COATS, RUSSIAN CALF COATS, DETACHABLE FUR COLLARS, GAUNTLETS, CAPS, ETC., ll\r shown in LetlibHdge. We have all kinds and prices to suit . I*>th rich and poor. Si/es in coats ranue from IV\ to 52 breast; and, OS to 52 in length. Mens Uussian Calf (\wtts. with ticvuuui Beaver collar, 5t) M*IB^J1HH Jllohw lonB......................................I 20 00 ' Men's (jenuiue Racoon Coats, **0 inches long, liueit with tedded and quiltnl Italian cloth................... 2(5 00 "orthern Racoon Coats, very choice..........................................', 75 00 Men's Extra No. I Quality Racoon i'oats. made from hanks only, veay heavily furred................;........ 100 00 Meu's burdiiuid Coats, lined with Marmot. Persian Lamb Collar ami La pel Is................................ 40 Otf Men's Dark Marmotdined Coats, with Otter Collur and liitpells, good English Beaver shell................. 45 00 ' Men's MuskraMined Coats, with Otter Collar ami Lnpells, " gooil English Beaver shell......................... �5 00 n*\wmx&.!^m Men's Extra Quality Muskratdine^�^�ble Collars...........!... 22 50 Big Assortment of Men's Fur Caps, ranging iu price from $2.50 to SS5.00 Bring your Fur wauts to us. We make a specialty of Fine Furs and can sup. % v 0 ply anything from a #100 Ruff to a tdQ0.no Seal Coat.  ' li? * * -� f - ^ i- LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE IOO - - - ^ v" + f -I _ i 4 m- * �1 h u 1 < �iim - ^ � t 7 ^ -1 .1 ft �v L �a1 ;