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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME �J II BRIDGE Only Exclusive Mcn*i Outfitters in Lcthbridgc Geo. A. Slater Invictus Shoes for Men Unmatchable Values in � .� Fall and Winter Boots and Shoes .4 We have just placed in stock another shipment of the Geo A. Slater Invictus shoes len and we are now in a position to offer you the hest; grade I shoes sold Canada in all weights for fall and winter wear. Goo. A. Sluter Invictus, Vici Kid Bats, medium weight solo, nil sizes, D and E lasts, price .., 4 of) Geo. A. Sluter Invictus, Box Calf, Blnchor, medium weight soles all sinoa, D and K lasts, price....................................4 flO Geo. A Sinter Invictus, made of imported patent Corona Colt. Itlucher shape, in i\ D and E lasts, prices....................... 5,00 and SXO Geo. A. Slater Invictus, patent Corona Colt, Itnl, plain toe. suitable (or evening wear, all sizes, D and E last, price........................ 5 50 Geo. A. Slater Invictus Dry-Sock shoes, made of box cull, kit) lining, extra heavy weight soles, every pair guaranteed waterproof, pneo ..... ft 00 Geo. A. Slater Inytctus Dry Sock, Bals, in tan, extra heavy, just the thing for (all and winter wear, price.............................. ft 00 Special values in leather and carpet Slippers for men, prices........................ 7Se to 1 73 The Railway Man's Special - Heavy Cong. manufactured by Geo. A. Sluter. alt sixes, rt to 11, price................................ I 30 Only Exclusive Men's Outriders in Lethbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE r%id-up Capital, $10,000,000^" Reserve Fund, $4,900,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO s. E. WALKER, Gtneral ManAger ALEX. LAIRD, Am, Gen'l M*n*ftr BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THS UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A GENERAL BKN'KIXC BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMERS* BANKING Bvarjr facility afforded Farmer* for tktlr ^tittHm bosiaeu. Sales Note* cashed or taken or collection. BANKING BY MAIL.-Deposit* may be made or withdrawn tail. Out-of-town account* receive evetv attention. BRANCHES IN ALBERTA CAMiAKY U.AUliSIIOI.M EDMONTON t stop and Jump this week with stories u bout the* A.U. & 1. railway and coal properties being taken over by .I.J. Hill. Sonw people wore ho certain about it that they told in een president of tlb� Manitoba and North Went conference nml upon it� division he was idorted the first president of tho new Alberta ett;>r eepiipIMvl than is thfj lng^*rsoll ch.irge It has a string and influential nu-m beridtfp, is well financed, ami is mo�t complete in.its vuriotts dttptirunenU. A ifrarjir.? ol ih*^ church is nn or -gnnl7ntion knoati oh the "Manhood league," which nwvts on Sumlnys at 10 a.m. and ha* among its member ship the U'udmi: Uusinehs aiei prof��isvJounJ men of the town. ERECT GRAND STAND TO GET AFFIDAVITS IVrhbridge Will Have Uest Hull I Boaixl of Tnu!�* After limni^raii.m (Irounds in AUieria. Agent nt Spokane. The Alhhftlc Asnoc ntion will finance the professional huKehall club. ThlH wasdecUkNl upon at n meeting held or. Monday evening. Additional *dock It is expected will �.e subscrlti* ixt hy the pre&mt sharxdiid/lers. Cor-ivBnnndence is now on with seven* well known players, with a view in engaging a playing manager. In n few days the associat.on will o several aparttnonts. one tw�ing (Tttwl up with shower baths for the players. Tho grounds here will l>e a model for the rest of Albertn THHUi: MONTHS POK SSTAJIIIIXU A Slav, nanu\i Ktovo Do/.tiki, who had served a u�rm in thu'Ston.\v Mountain povernment a^vnt at Spokane was knocking Southern Al-l*erta and l>i�osting tlu� north. W.tV S.mmons M. V. IV. has alrcu ly bmnpht the matter to the attention of the Minister of the Interior. C. It. Ituwtuan brought to tlie at tent ton of the itonrd the fact thai lhe'AVinni|�eg |Kt|h*rs failed t publish the weather report from l^ih* bridge, though he sent one in ev-ry day. \V. C. Ives suggested that ihe lloard ask the Dominion governnvut io dispose of the barracks property facing Court land St. At present be maintained the barracks had plont.i of pro|h�rty and if these lots w.t 1 sold and built upon, the street would hi* improved and the city would u*d i\*venuj for waterworks ami seweru^ system. Object.on was rai^d by many :\,,t ert.v miuht soma day h.� creatist in to a park, and it was none tio large as it now stood. The discussion resulted in a re tHion Isdng moved to ask the *.�v-eminent to plant trees on the south side of the bat racks property. It was decided to ask the Domm -ion Kxpress Company to put a wn t ou In serWeo for the pollen ion �nd delivery of express pa reel�* The ^W)a�^l will ask Dev. Dr. II  d- man to consider l^thhrldge. in ion neelfon with the establishtnent of a IVesbyteri^n I-uriies f'ollej;e in \ � hurt a.  DANK CLttlUC WAS MiT fit ff/rv Ch�n. Shafter, ot* the V. S. anny is dead. Harry Webb, tho well known Toronto caterer, is dead. Prince Albert. S�*k.. Nov. Hickman, the bank clerk accused of robbing the Dank of Commerce at Kinistino, has been acquitted. NUMBER '2 1 T want wt can ftatUfy. Ow tKoughtt art for r your ait Jt. THE RIGHT CLOTHES RIGHT PRICES It is ii will t;stnbli�hed fact that the "Best is the Cheapest." Realizing this, we do not carry \UUo U>(Ki. Special for Saturday only......f9.90 Men's Overeoats in large range of dressy tweeds and vionnes, in light and dark imtterrt*. tnilor. 1.50 tine Shirts for 79c. Shop early if you wish to participate in this bargain, for the extreme price favor will stimulate some very lively buying Saturday morning, to come late is to itivitedisap|>ointnient. Negligee, soft bosoms, with cuffs attached ; starched bosoms, with serrate cuffs, in smart blue stripes and medium shades Saturday special.. .TSc. FOR RAILROAD MEN The "Headlight" is the fullest cut Overall in America, containing more yard* of cloth to the do*m, than any other Overall in the land. The "HendH.MM is made of the BUST product of the BEST denim mills in America. Absolutely nothing but the UEST denims go into the "Headlights/* The workmanship, cut, uud tiuish of all these garments is the Standard for nil other Makers. If you once get into a snit of "Headlights" you will have i.o other. Price $1.50 per suit. The F. P. Sargent LOV (Union-made) These (iloves are made without rivets. They have no inside seams. Thev ure heat and water* proof, and will not rip. They cost no more limn ordinary iiwikT. TH K V FIT. The Best Gloves America Engineers and Firemen! The Uadiator I'oat has made it possible to secure Fur I'oat warmth at sheep skin prices. No coat ever made up at the price can equal it for wear, comfort and appearance. Mad* of heavy brown duck body, sheepskin lined, extra high sheepskin storm collar. Three HapiKil reinforced and leather-bound Kantilever pockets, adjust* ablu snap fasteners. This coat is splendid value, and it will pay you to come itt and let u-i show you why. Made iu short, three-quarter and full lengths. Prices range from........7.50 to lfl.00 �t�.-j>m �� Sheep-lined Dnvmg If you are troubled with cold feet when you are driving, hero is something that will keep you warm. The driving moccasin is made of sheep skin with the wool inside, and is the warmest you can get. - \ LOW PRICE0 & WBARS'WEU^ ;