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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 h ."'I '.f?V$ c- i ^ VOLUME 3 LbTIIBRIDGE, ALBERTA. TI1URSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1907. NUMBER 2 Th� Stort of OvalNy. McKelvie 1 � McGuire Satisfaction G�ar�ftU�d Styles and Values in Fit-Reform OVERCOATS Merit Attention/ BOARD OF ARBITRATION SITTING Evidence Being Taken Today-^Did Mincra Reject Com promise T The Arbitration CV*�m sppojnled The distance from tho ntshtes to the Vow 1h the time for you to select your fall or winter overcoat. We have your coot here In any, stylo or l^rlr^ you wnnt, fsshlom*] for your fnftte by thu Fil-UMorm Tailoring Co. of Montreal, the hfghM, grado tailorn in Canada. :* , � I MEN'S OVKUCOATflVMadi of 'genuine Imported Twned*. A 'good rnnge of mnnrt and divt*�y,, imUcrns^ handsomely tailored. f' I I \ ra^B...........................t tr>V to deekk* the dlapute betwoen the A. it. A I. t'o. and their ininu ainpl^yeoa mot at the Court house here 11.00 this moruiiiK- H'� ALuart pijwldeil.- The rcpixmuiitui^'ea of the;Oompany on th> Hoard J^ere MenuT. Oeo. M. IIoiNm and ffuith Maclieth while the reprosentati^m of thu miners were. MiwsrH. Kivl Jlop* ktn�# And yhoH. accreturjr of the miners' union nt Kornle. J' The ftrs't wltjams callud waa fti>'-� place where the driver comnwncea hauling the cars of conl in about } of a milc. Wltneaa alno said that before coming to Lothhrfdge he worked in mlncw In Indian Territory and that In thMSe mines, one of which wan a non-union jnlnc, a driven** pay fdarled when he commenced harnms* ing hla horse. I Court adjourned for dinner, until & o'clock. j ItOKardinir the dispute the Hwatd iitolfron,n>ro>HitoDl, of the loca^ tin-' haa bran informed that wo me time * ho wen in MEN'S OVBItrOATH either �in�)e* or double tworft^ed, made of imported tweeds and taaver dothH. ikstft trtmnitaffu throughout. PUICR................*............ $18 00 KITHKFOItM OVKRCOATS - In InipopuMl twniHlH. Smart, drw*y atylw. Single or double braantnd. ,,|tTCR .............................. $20.0X1 THE MAXITOHA^ThefleweWt Ihin^ in winu�r ov^coats. , Ma,do with Storm Collar nhown in i^rown and Dark Grey Twwh. Heautifully tai-lored throughout. rU,rK ..........i......... w�. OBICR VEGREVUXE VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETH BRIDGE BRANCH C G. K. NOURSB, MANAOBR X ft* 4 Bank Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 r T ^ f I t CseMsl sll said ..................,$14, Kttenred Pasd...................... It, Bslaace Profit tad Less Head Office, Montreal > i PRESIDENT: SISHT ROM. LORD tTTS4tbCOMA AMD MOCBT SOTAt, S. 0. U. 0 VICE-PaE�IDENT : HOB. MR OSORQB A. DSDMMOMP. K. 0. S. 0. a, t. oloostqs, ���ssa� r*�Aaw r 1 I T5 Branones and Agenoies at aU the principal points in Canada Also in Liondon. I.nglat d, Kaw York, Chicago! Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Lettersot Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in al] parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVOr ABLE TERMS Drift* told available at all polou In United St Interest allowed on deposit! at ourront rates Europe taod Canada Lethbridge Branch *. F. REEVE Manager ipn? \T >r.}V. who deposetl^hat Uiq (|Ucstlun In tltnpute was the Itiler lnvtatlpn of a our to in clnum* it� the a^�meint^d#eL'nV the A. 11. e\ J. C6. kn^ iluJnr^n Jk to wh�>n th^'pay of the driver* lu tha mine ttuirted. Tlhj company claim that a drivers' pay startM whou he commences l|eul-Injt the coal while the union claims that a drivers' pay starts whei he uojntnuncet) to imrntw* his horaetand and pay ehould be from that inc. ago tho A. It. A I. Co. made an offer, of a compromtM. The offer wan to allow fifteen minutes in the morning and ten minutea at quitting itm� to: bo to and from the working place.] Thfa would about split the difference Our information, ' is however, tha^ the miners, acting on the advice of J'rv Hi dent Hherman refused to com-, promtae. Whetl^ they will gala more thas they thua loat fa very pro-blomattcal. CONVENTION OF PEDAGOGUES Southern Albert* Tttchtr* AMoei�tion Imrgl Attendance in Scmiod The opening sefslon of the ScVuth-ern Alberta 'IVnchenT AHSociition found Stunditrd \'H room of thtftVn1 trtil School well r.Hod with nhoUt seventy oVlutfaU'v Ins|n>ctor J% W. Hrown, of MiMlicim1 I Itut wns chair- man and VY. A. Hamilton principal' of tho cil.v schools was st*civtnry. In oponlng tho convention W. A. HamiHon gav^ t!u� school board's itH'Ksagc* of w^lconH*. (*. H. llowmnn was to have dom* so but arrived too Into. On ln�half of thy teacher** part iu�rK, the clergy, lU�v. A. M. Gordon bade welcoim* to the convention an-sembluil. After th(�s*' addre^>teH half an hour wus Hpent in gc4ting nc- i|UalnU*d which operation was np|>ar-ently miceossfully accomplished. : The tirst pnj�cr Was one on Tho Importance of Local History which was admirably handled by J. Walter Low of Cnrdxton. Prlnclpnta Hradhjy of (MaroHhcdm, Torn\v of Mnclcod, Hum ilton. of IWhbridge, and W. C. Rogers of Ix'thhridge discusniMl the question thoroughly. | Miss H. Kotclteson of Cln�sholni, gave a very wiggewtive paper os supplementary rending. The roisona for and methods of hav lng supplementary reading urtv dis-j ruHHcd by M(m,\S\i*h south of Mnurnth, intend work New Coal and Light Supply.| ""rh s.-ott. vv o. Hutton. J. a Knnnf. M. Hneoll, Thos. Underwood( S. don;>s, Thos McN'ttbb. J. II. Flout f wood, K. Adams, .1. I. Davies, !. Johnston, Thos. Clayton. About Kovenly-fhe delegates have *ng the ruli brils of coal on their prop: .rty. Th.. mrich is tod tho acquaintance of the l/.*t abridge end of tha riding and will make a strong hid for the nomination. Mr. Magrath was for a numlwr of yours n member of the Territorial Assembly ami would undoubtedly bo a strong candidate. 1 he general ex|*ectution is, however, that VY. l\ Ives, will be chosen standard lx*arer. Little Boy Poisoned. Lett-bridge Temperature. Through the courtesy of the Dominion Mi�t�orologica} Ofluvr C. W. How-man, thr. I Tuller was summoned but found the thild nearly frto of tho poUon. He was alright the noxt morning but had a close call. Conservatives to Nominate Tomorrow evening in this ctyy, tho relegates chowo by the Conservative of the Miiflicine Hat Federal const it-uoncy will meet to choose a*candi-duto to contest the election In tho interests of that party. * On Tuesday night the local *Consor vulives met and chose tl>e following delogutes:-W. C. i\xtit Geo. llogera, G. II. Johnwtou, l>r. J. S. Stewart, Many Men Enrolled The enrollment in tho nowly formed battery of field artillery has been rapidly going on. Already there are one hundred and fourtocn names on-rolled, besides tho four officers. Men an�i horaea nre being promised also ! from Taliur and Uaymond. Ah only' one hundred and �ix men are roqujr-. e*l to complete tho battery H will be stvn that commanding ofllcer Stewart will have plenty of men from which' to choose his number.  TIioh. Douglas, of Calgary, formerly of the Dominion l^and Ofllco hero, sinjn-t the woek end visiting in the l�thbridgo and Curdston districts. Will Reign Supreme Underwear All of the best quality, perfect-fittiug, non-irritating underwear can be found in the moat complete assortment. Be comfortable and economical by wearing the best undergarments, Special all this week : Heavy wool fleeced, sizes 34 to 46 .,..............................Per garment $ 60 HeaTy Sanitary wool fleeced, double back nnd frput...................... " 85 Eitia heavy wool fleeced, double back and front.......................... � 871 Huavy ribbed pure unshrinkable wool................................... � . 1 Stan field's extra heavy pure unshrinkable natural wool.................... " 1 25 Spring needle underwear, very fine and soft............................. 14 1 26 Spring needle uuderwear, extra heavy quality........................... u 2 25 Woolsey Underwear, extra sizes for big men..........,................. " 2 50 Woolsey underwear, extra heavy quality................................. � 2 15 Good Shoes For Everybody ^-""i^^T! ^ ^k��9 'n ft^ ^e 8*ze8"'or ftH people. Your feet are your best friends, so treat ttiem kindly. f^^^ Get them properly fitted at SOUTHARD'S this week. wt"*Fl I Big line Fiuo Kangaroo Shoes, regular $5, this week.. .$2 95 - " � - Big line Fine Dongola and Box Calf Shoes, regular $3, this week................................... 1 96 a^^^^ ^^^P^j^^B^ Equally special values in many other lines. Fall All the season's choicest array is on display here. Every conceivable shade and style can be found in our big comprehensive assortment teautiful assortment of string ties, comprising nil the new shades of browns, greys, etc., 25c. Beautiful assortment of four-in-hand ties, 50c. each, Ascots, Puffs, French Seam Derbys, in endless variety. NEW SHIRT the Hundreds Showing at SOUTHARD'S this week Dozens of nobby and pleasing fall mul winter si vlos, carefully nin !o, and we guarantee comfort and excellent wearing qualities in every ehirt. Lay in your supply for tho fall and winter season while the stock is complete. Prices $1. $1.25, and $1.50 YOU'LL SOON NEED Good Warm Overcoat These Chill Days and Cold Evenings Demand It The fine tailoring and great care with which our Overcoats are made, produces as fine work as the most exclusive tailor shop in the laud. Judge these Overcoats for yourself and see if it doesn't. Mpn9C Al/PrrAAtC �' all-wool Tweeds, dark groy or brown. UKII 3 Umi3 Chesterfield style, velvet collar, good linings. Special this week.......................................$10 00 Mstll'c (\VPTCAAtC rood" in -'Mrs -*1 - T^9i ' * -1 r-J y - i - "H i r j �ii *r J" ^ V.' I -l r 4 pi T-;i k. i. - ;