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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Herald m VOLUME 2 LETllBtllDGE, AtBEItTA. TlIUnSDAY. NOVEMBfiR 15. 190G. NUMBER is a I (hilyExclttsivtNeii*sO�tntteniiiLctliMd|e | a i I Geo. Slater lavictus -Shoes for Men Unthatchable Values in Fall and Winter Boots and Shoes ^ W�havejutt placed in ttoek another thip-ment of the Geo A. Voter Invie-tut thoc* for men ond we ore now in o position to offer you tlie beat: grade ilkoea Mid in Cnnndn in nil weights forfait and winter wear. Geo. A. Slater Iiivictus, Vici Kid Bals, metliuin weight sole, all Bizea, D and E lasts, price ... 4 aO Geo. A. Slater Invictus, Box Calf, Blijchor, ftv medium weight sole, all sizes, D and � lasts. ''^ price....................................4 TjO Geo. A Slater Invictns. made of imported patent Corona Colt, Blucher shape, in O, D and U lasts, prices....................... 5.00 and 5.SO Geo. A. Slater Invictus, iwtent Corona Colt, Bal, plain toe, suitable for evening wear, all sizes, D and E last, price........................ Ti 50 Geo. A. Slater Invictus Dry-Sock shoes, made of box calf, kid lining, extra heavy weight soles, e�*ery pair punranteed waterproof, price----. 6 00 Geo. A. Slater Inytctns Dry Sock, Bals, in tan. || extra heavy, just the thing for Call and winter wear, price.............................. fiOO Special values in leather ond carpet Slippers for men, prices........................, 75c to 1 75 The Railway Man's Special - Heavy Cong, manufactured by Geo. A. .Slater.-all sizibs, (> to 11, price ....,............................ 4 50 rm 2 MACS Only Eiclasive Men's Oatmiers in Uthbridgel RUMOR About Salt if A R. i L nUCIMnoitt SEEM TOM Misy s i i 5 3 i THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 SofMofthcTtlhThit His lecn FlMlin^ Around City. numor has been on tlio hop (itoi> and Jump this wock with storicM a botit th� A.It. il thorn. A rTTirTTI. CASK. Mnnlfi Crnck. Hnak.. Xov. 11 .-Mr. CwHingfior. mliior of the liheral .>aper here, tliwl this mornng nt 3 iV'lock of t.\T�hoid fevnr sitipr an ill-neKS of seven weeks, his wifo havfn? lied two woeVs. prr-vimis. Ir^v.-nqr n  wo week.�i' old infnnt. The d-M-oasj.! w-ore young nnd highly respected. LOTS OF^GRAiN ' Being Hrought to the 12kj\'ator. Shipments >Ia�ic Kegularly. HEAD OPFICIE, t. B. WALKER. General Manager TORONTO* ALEX. LAIRD, AhL Geni Manager BRAMCBXS TRBOXJOHOUT CANADA. AND IN TKX UMITKD STATKS AND SMOLAND A GENERAL BKyKlNG BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMBRS'BANKING Wtnj tuetOitj afforded F^nam for tlMlr bMiUat InuiawM. SalM NoCm cashed or taken for ooIlMtioii. BANKING BY MAIL-Depositi may be made or withdrawn bf Out-of-town accountii receive everv attention. �ail. CALCARV CLAKICSHOLM EOMO.STO.N IIU'.IJ RIVER *\M.S|-AIL BRANCHEf ZN ALBERTA LEAVINGS LETIIBRIOGB MACLEOD � MEDlCI.NE HAT NANTON STAVELV riyCHER CHEEK STRATHCONA fOHOKA VECREVILLB ftEl> DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. Q. K. NOURSB.  . - MAMAQBR Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 CifiMaVMiiiV...... RmrvtiFiU......... Hluci Pront ui Loss. .I14.MI.IN . ie.lll.tM MI.IS9 Office, Montreal PHESIOENT: ^ MflBT ROM. MRD STAATHCOIIA'ijfD MOUilT ftOTAL, O. C. Ho.^ vicE-PI\BeXDENT: Han. MR �OROa i. UaOHMOMD, X. R. H. 0. Branenes and Agencies at all tl't principal points in Canada Also ill London, �inal�i d, New York, Chioagro, Spokane and ITewfouhdland Travellers' CirouiarLetters of Cradit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parte of the world. COLXCCTIOKS made OM FAVORABLE terms Draft! lold svaltebie at tit ppinu la CTaited Statce. Borope aid oaeada Intereet allowed on depeelte at current^^retee Lethbridge branch - I.:;;"' REEVE The elex-ator fau.s liecvn doing a ru.shing ihi.s fall. It.>* rutMC-ily has litwn tnicod rigfct along-thouii'h no grain in good order hati l>een refu.sod. Shipments iire heing; innde rc>gularly and grnin Ik still Coming in very freely. Fanners from near Raymond and Jjenvings are coming hi'rcthbridg� niorehnnts get the tratio of those pco]>le. Some inferior wheat has beeA re-fu.sed owing to lack of nccommodat ion for that grade. All the bins �ifc-ing filled with goad grain. i the Methodist iEV. J it NMHNSON THE MAN He is New Mimslcr at Medicine Hat. to The QtiartdrJy on hi.s dntlM hero iboxii the first of nex July. Tho ctatiroh ha.s cho.sen a, v>een president or tlie Manitot>a ami Xortfc WflBt confcrpncc nnd upon its division hfi wn.s sleeted the first president of the new .Vlberla iinference. IJe has boc-n a frequent delegate to the general conference and the general board of missions .\t present ho is Chairman of iho .Medicine -Hat district. The churcli o which ho is now pastor stands third in strength and importance amoji;; the Methodist churches of the .Mbei-ta. confercnco. ITc hnH brought ih( church to a high st.aie of spii^ituil life and cfllciency and there is r.n dou1>t that t**? Kplcnd.d n^cord he h.i.s made in every charge he hiui occup-ied. will be repeatwl in the Chun h here. Wesley Church is to Ik; cun-grattilated^ npon its selection, and iPithout ^doubt an em of progr^^sH and marlicd prosperity Hes before it NR. HUCHSON INVITED To Pastornto of a Lending in Ontario.' Cliurch ERKT "GRAND SjTAND Lethbrielng ffttpd up with shower baths for ihe players. Tho grounds hero will l>e n model for tho rest nf Alliertii. THREK MONTHS FOlt STAUBINO A Slav, named Ktcvc Dozuki, who bad served a term in Uiu'S'tonsy Hountaln penitentiary (ur burglarizing-the Hudson's Bay �toi� nnd was only released a tew days from t>>e Itarracks after scrvinK fifUKin days i'or vagrancy, has now been com-niiitcd to the Itarracks for throe months for having woundiid Timothj' Lcadl>cttcr Inst Simdny niornlng. The,Slav lighted a flro at.the river bottom on Mr. Leadbcttcr.'M rancho. Tho fire spread and tho Slav was ordered to in extinguishing ii. Mr. IjeadtNatcr started to drive the man to No. .1, .so that the police could get him, but thc' fellow drew a knife which he ran through Mr. I>;adl)otter''s clothing b�it fortunately did not iMUHc any sovero AoHh wound. I'ho ])oUcc had a longfiearch for Iloxuki and did not find him until Tuesdaj'. Itev. .;. K. IftnTtuoflJliiiBrbiMfe m vitod to beconic i)astng and Influential mem bcrslrip, is well financed, and is nia.�t conijJeto in;its vurioim depurtnionl:.;. A tfewt.ui'B of thrt church is an ijr -gnnization known n� tho Manhood Ijengue," which mwtson .Sundnys at 10 a.m. and h.n.'S among its membership the leading business ami profess'iouni men of the town. TO GET AFFIDAVITS Board of Tnidc After rmwiljTalion Agent at Spokane. The Board of Trade at a nweting Tucsda,v night decided to procure fidnvits to establish a charge that the Dominion Government agent nt Spokane was knocking Southern l�erta and boosting tha north. W.C. S.mmons M. 1'. P.. has already broHfihl the matter to the attention of the Minister of thc Interior. C. 11. Ilewnian Iiroujtlil to the ai-tout Ion of the Board the fact Ihe'-^Vinnijieg papers failed to publish tho weather report from l�th-bridgo, t.ho\igh he sent one in eViM\v duy. � W. r. Ives suggqstctl thnt the Board nsk the Dominion govcmnvint to dispose of tlia barracks property facing Courtland St. At. present, he inaintainnd the bnrrncks had plent\ of property and if these lots wer;? !!old and built upon, the streelwould be improved and the city would net revcntts for wnferwork."; and .s'evi'erni{i' s.vstem. Objcct.on wa."* raised by ninny "f the nwmlwrs as it was felt this p;mi�-ert.v niiffht noma dn.v bo created in to a park, and it wos nonn too' large as it now stood. The discussion resulftsl in a re^'d-irtion Iwing niovoiit a on �n servicn for the collection rmtt delivery of expivas parcels The BoalXl will ask TIev. Pr. ll.v.l-m�n to consider l4>thbridge. in iiin-necMon with the estahlishment of n Prosb,\-|eri.Tn Tjidics College in \--b�!rtu. You've a wa�t we can atiafy. THE BI6HT KIND OF CLOTHES AT RUT FRICEri It is a well established fact that the "Best ib the ChieapeBt." RealizioK this, we do not carry.� (.heap, jnftrior clnss of poods. We sell only the best and most flependftble makes. If you'want a clicai). shodily class of goorls yon cannot get it here. Every article we aeU is backed by on? gitar- ^ aiitec of stttisfaction, mid we aim to give our patrons the test goods for the lowest possible,price; Men's Stylish Overcoats, Weil Men's Ovcreonta in large raiige tailored, made from f'aiTM tvl�. of drossy twetdB and vicnnes, in bmtetl Black M..lto., with pure HK|'t �nd dark i�Uerns, taiJorwl mohair serye linings, silk velvet "?"!^�J"?:^' toll.irs. finished with raw edges H"""^ru and slated seams. A very hand- Windsor, etc. Ihose omta^are ,so,..e cmt. P.ic:e.... ..^85.00 >vithgo�l br^ shouMers and lit jwrfectly. Special vnJtie at....................IIS.00 Boys' Overcoats, worth from Boys' Overcoats, (i.OO to S.OO, siiecial at |4.00. English Tweed Suits, smartly tailored, in plain or fancy designs, made in single or double In-ensted style. Just the thing A lucky buying chance at the for best or bnsiaesB wear. Good start of winter, made single value at ISXiO to Id (>fh Special breasted with tly front. Special for Saturday only......f9.S0 for Saturday only......i4>00 Latest in MEN'S NECKWEAR You can de^jend on this store to keep you right in your neckwear. The right shade, the right styles, and the right patterns. Just now we have mvich to show you that is new, smart and correct. Smart French Scam Oerbya; in Fotilanl, Peau do Soie and Bnratlieiis. All the latest shades of wine, self colors in brocades, etc. These are t)ie season's best in high grade silks. Sijecial value at................60e. Men's String Tics, mode one inch in width,with either jiquore or jxiinted ends, sinart fttncy patterns and aolid colors'. Just the thing for fold collars. SiKcial value' at..........S5e. A SHIRT CHANGE FOR SATURDAY $1.00, 1,25. 1.50 fine Shirts for 75c. Shop early wish to'participate in this bargain, for the extreme price favor will stimulate some veiy lively buying Saturday morning, to come late is to invite disappointment, i^^ligee, soft boaoms, with cuiFs attached oms, with separate cuffs, in smart Hue stripes and medium shades. starched boa-Saturday special.. .79e. flVERAlLS FOR RAILROAD MEN The "Headlight" is the fullest cut Overall in ' America, ctmtaining more yards of cloth to the doxenj'than any othisr Overall in-the land. -The "HMdUlkt" ia made of the BKST prodact of the BEST denim mills in America. Absolutely nothing bttt the B�8T denims go into the: "HendlHgliita." The workmanship, cut. and tiitish of all these garments U the Standard for nil other Mnkert. If you once get into a anit of "Hendlighta" you will have no other Price $2.90 per suit. CJen. Shaftcr, of tho V. a. annj' is dead. Harry Webb, tho well known Toronto cat�n�r, ii doad, HANK CMCIUv WA.S NOT Olll/rV. Prince Albert. Sank., Vov. 13.- Hickman, ttic bank clerk accused of robbing the Ranir of CJonnmerca at KlBlNtlno; has bcm Bcquittcd. The F. P. Sargent (Union-made) These Gloves are mndt- without rivets. They have no inside seams. They are heat and waterproof, and will not rip. They cost no more than ordinary makes. THEr FIT. The Best Gloves ia America for EojiiDeers and Firemen! The Radiator Coat The Radiator Coat has made ii possible to secure Fur Coat warmth at sheep skin prices. . No coal ever made up at the price can equal it for wear, comfort and npi^earance. Made of heavy brown duck btxly. sheepskin lined, extra iiigh sheepskin storm collar. Three llapixxl reiiiforcetl and leather-bound Kantilever pockets, adjustable snap fasteners. This coat is splendid value, and it will pay yon to come in and let iis show yon why. Made in short, three-quurter and full lengths. Prices range from........7.50 to 16.00 J. .^r.^;^^Sheep-li If you are troubled with cold feet when you are drivi�g;||4 here ia something that will keep you warm. Thedrivirig'r' moccasin is made of sheep skin with the wool inside, anUw the warmest you can get. LOW PRICED SrWBARS-WEIv. SOUTHAIt PHONE 100 1^ 11 MM ;