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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 11 LhTHBRIDGE. ALBEHTA. TIltTRSDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1907. KUMBER 3 McKelvk & McGuirc S�tisf�ctioft G��rftntce�l Economical Su^estions For COLD WEATHER Friday (Sh Saturday WE WILL SELL Men's All Pelt Shoes, regular price, $2.7S Salepfice 0^ Men's Felt Shoes, leather vamped, ^ regular pt ice, $3'S0 Sale price 2!�O0 Men's Felt Shoes, leather insole rub- ^ ^g ber heel, feg. price, $4; sale price Men's Felt Cong Shoes, thin leather sole, just the thing for wearing under over- m g^gf shoes, reg. price, $2,50; sale price J[, Men's Black Bear Skin Coats, regular price, $21 . . . Sale price, 18.SO ^ Men's Black Bear Skin Coats, regular price, $24 . sale price, 20.00 Men's Raccoon Coats, heavily furred, well matched, regular price, $6$ ; sale price, 75-50 assasaagaassBaaa-aaBaasaaaaaa I w ; s' v ' - r ���t.v.-T BIG BHNS III mi MED OUJITS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PRICES - ' - $7, $10, $12, ana $13 FUR COLLARS from $3 to $25 TO CHOOSE A CANDIDATE Liberals to Meet at Medicine Hat Next Tuostlay in Matliciiic Hiit'thpru will bo a gnlhL'i-ing of the stalwart Liljcrals from all ovor tlic immense Medicine Hmi constituency. The rising extends from the International Uoimdary to the northern bouWary of town8hit>~80, a clistanco of ona hun (l>v(i and cifchty miles wido along Iho boundary and one hundred and forty acrosH the north owl. In this riding ANOTHER C.P.R. BRIDGE Big Struetttre to Cross Old Man's River If you Want the Best, Buy Now! The Herald is inforinod that ,tho 0. r. U. intend building another im- ' Wcnse brirlge near Loihbridge, tT�e now lino which n-ill cross itho.big bridge here must cross the Old Man's Itlver abou^t five miles north 6t Kipp. f'^gincers have been out making an e.9timaite of the cost of the structure which will be hull, a mile long and one hundred and fifty foot high the 3be FURS We have everything needed or desired. are the provincial con-sti'tuencics of j highest point. It will probajbly Mwlicine Wat, Lothbridgc and Card-1 made of steel and concrete somewhat about, ihi-ee-fourths of G teichcn ' after the plan of the bridge 'construction at Lethbridge. of High Uivor ston, and a good portion and Konebud. In this immense riding about one hundred and fifty delegates will be chosen from the vuj-ious i�ollii�g divisions as follows:-LethbricJge 48, Ma dicinc Hat 13, Cardston 33, RuMabud 5, High Kivcr 4, and those from Glcichen, the number of which the Herald is unable to obtain besides the cx-ofncio delegates. The apportionment in the Lathbridge district polling division.s is as follows:*-No. 1. Little Bow, 1 delegate, No. 2 Little Uow North. 3 delegates No. 3, Little �\v Island, 1 delegate. TIk nainps of the convonei'.s of tlic pi*iniaiM*>s in tiio �H(Teveiit, poUinc; divisions nro:-lUj? How, (.'. K. Moore'; Liltlo Bow North, S. VV. Hennett, Liltlu Uow Ko'o lUittc, I bridge. North Ward, nnd .^lalTord-i villi;, tilt Fresitt-ont and secretary of , tlic Liberal Association, White's, H. Smith, .St. Mary'.s, C. H. Hanlinj?, i under ^'��3 \ Aeeidcnt in C.P.R. Yard -. I On Tuesday afternoon an open switch caused a slight accident iS the O. P. R. yards. A freight train w^iut moving on to a side track and nn into a caboose and light engine n^r , the Columbia elevaitor. In the ca^ oose were the conductor and brake-man, C.P.R. Headmaster Olson, Mrs. Olson, their two children, and Mrs. Lindlott, a friend of theirs, who were intending to go lo CiSaldale for the day. The caboose was partly kns:n.s of otio South,^ S.^ilnay .Jttc"i4on, Leth- McKELVTE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters * In Letlxbridge i.sterife. The wlionl after being R C. Sharon ,'^''f ^'ff'^t in from tlw elpNsAor i.s fiu.s{-cd, .sifrted, clcanad, anci svourcd three times l^cfoi-e beinp; plaoad in tlie, rolls of which thero ore cisht stands^ furnished wi'th rolls 9 inches in diameter and 24 inches long. These hij^ il'ot Hole, C. 1)^ Fox, Kavmond, t)r. cattaciiy of froiii 200 to .Sljr Lor-Uivers, Stirling. H. Ostlund. Tabcr. 24 hours, and the mill Dr. Lang, Ora^sy Lal:e. H. M. Crigg.s ,'^"''^ Do you need Furs? If so, they're here in abundance FOR THE LADIES! We are showing m�ny designs in Ladies' Fur Lined Coats, and also a very choice assortment of Ladies'Fur Coats at prices to soit aU. Rest quality Canadian Muskrat, Rusisian blouse ......... 145.00 Best quality Russian Bl ck-Hat, Russian blouse ......... 7^.00 No. 1 Quality Astrachan ,racklou8e silk belt 78.00 No. 1 Quality Rocharan Lamb Jacket, silk lined ...... 40.00 Ijadies' Hampster Lined Coats, 46 inches long, with Columbia Sable Collar and Hevers .............................. 40.00 Indies' Squirrel lined Coats, 46 inches long, with Columbia Sable Collar and Rccvers ........................ 50.00 Ladiea' Muskra>t lined -Coats,'46 inches long, with Columbia Sable Collar and Reevcrs ........................... 50.09 tjadiea' Muskrat, lined Coats, 46 inches long, with Alaska Sable Collar and Recvers. Shell of fine quality Knglish Beaver or Brwidcloth .............................. 60.00 Ladiea' No. 1 Quality Racoon Coaits, 38 inchis long. silk lined, very choice .......................................... 48.00 (.adiiw Black Electric Seal Coats, Russian Blouse style with silk belt ....................'............................... 50.00 Ladies' Black Baltic Seal Coats, with Mink or Alaska Sable Collar and Baavers.................................... 75.00 We Have a Very Choice Array of Fur Rvtffs, Stoics, Capermcs* Muffs, Caps, Gauntlets, in Great Variety ..L Vfvth :Uow Tslond. B. f, Wtiitiicy. I Thei^ delegates will bi- o'lt in full force and the convention promis'o.s to ' lie one of the best ever held in Alberta, i as man.v more, haffdlml by throe four centritrugal pas.'fed on to tlie is so tlio ins'tallation of � The flour is then square sii'tors and reels and thcuce purifiers- of which THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE wi0OFnc�.to�iiim>_ eotasusiied �ss� t. m. WAuat. Paid-up Capital, H0,000.000 aw.i^D.o�Mniaauftr i^est, - - - S,000�000 f Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Braadies tferoocHsat CsBste, sad la the Halted States sad Baclsad  GENERAL BAI^IMG BUSINESS TRANSACTED SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Dcpoaits of ftl and upwards r�e�1.\IONTON II UIVER BRANCmti JM AJLBKRTA LEAVINGS NANVON STAVELV LETHBRIOGE fWCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLBOO PONQKA VBCREVtLLE MEDICINE HAT Mm OBER VERMILION WETASKIWtN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE.  MAWAOBa Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 CaNtal all paid ap..... ............. ReMTVcdPaad......................*??!!! Balaice Profit aad Lou.............. Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: MBT BOM. LOAD STRATHCOMA A�D MOONT BOTAI., q. o. m. 0. VICE-PWEffTDBNT: BOK. MR SBOROa M, &bommo�n. k. O. m. 0. a. . oLmiisTOii. .ai�aa*i irv�Mn Brahones and AganolAs at aU tl*a principal point* in Canada Also iu London, X.>nglax d. Kaw York, Cbioago, Spokane and I'ewioundland Travellera' Circular Letters of Cradlt and Commercial Credits issued for use in al] parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVOPABLE TERMS Drafts aold aTtiUbte m all poiot* io tTaited St � Barope land Caoada Interest allowed on d�ir�*it� at current rates Lethbridge Branch - Ji.^.J r. RCCVE er Liberal Meetifig Aa 014 Timer Returns there are four, to Iks purified and sep arated into the difterent grades which go to their ri'siiective bins to bo packed in bags. The bran and shorts are similarly handled as they require. The mill is kept froe from du.9t by j a cyclone suction system which keeps tha. air jjcrfectly free from dust. The motive, power is a 300 hor.w power engine, the drive wheel of which is 17 feet in diameter with a '32 inch face, oiid weighs ten tons. The whole plant was installed by G'ol die * McCulloch, of Oolt, Ont., and reprc�on>ta an ex)jcndituro ot over S30,QOO. Ten men are at present employed in the mill but two or three mora will be put in at once. The force will be increased to twenty njon as soon as the mill starts working nights. Ladies Grey C^onoy Ruffs............................................ Ladies' large Brown Coney Rufts, 8^ inches long, t tails and silk ornaments ............................... Ladies'. Wliite Thibet Ascot Tic. 72 inches long, silk Ladies' Japanese Min:* Ruffsv'ae Wth.c�long ,..... .. Ladies' Kloctrjc 8oal Cajierinc, witli high storm ' collar, effect in front............................................................ Ladies Baltic Seal Caperine, trimmed with Persian Lamb '\m'th,high- storm collar, silk ornaments, tails, etc...................................... 17.50/ Ladies' Alaska Sable Stolee, very choice quality, 72 inches long, trimmed with tails and ornaments.................................... ...... 87.50 Ladies' Ala.ska Sable Stoics, vary choice quality, 84 inches long, S3.00 itnmed ..................... 7.00 linents, liuwi <\- t'l ttarmot, Persian 1 amb Collar and Ivapolls.........................................................^........'.. 40.00 Men's IJiirk Murniot-linHd Coats, with Otter (dollars and Irfipells, Good Enslish Iteiwi.r shell............................................. 45,00 .Men'H Mii.sknit-lined Conjts, with Otter Collar and Lapells, good � EiigJi.sh Ileaver Hliell............................................................... 65.00 Men'.s Black Coney Itetachable OoUars.................................... ... 3.00 Men's llluck Astrachaij Detachable Collars ................................. 5.0p Mi'ti's German Beaver Detachable Collars.................................... 6.00 Men'.s German Otter Detachable Collars.................................... 6.50 Men's Persian Lamb Detachable Collars.................................,.. 9.50 Men's Labrador Otter Detachable Collars .................................... 22.50 Bg Assortment of Men's Fur Caps, ranging in price from^ 13.50 to |25. NDSK-ox um Bring your Fur wants to us. We moke a .s|)ecialty of Fine Furs' and can , supply anything from a S3.00 ruff to a �1.000 Seal Coat. i Date Fri., Nov. 15 Sot. Nov. 16. Sun., Nov. Hi Mon^, Nov. 18 Tuck, Nov. 19, .Wod., Nov. 30 'Thurs., Nov, 21 Max. Min, Rain'in bis district over since he has been president. Mr. Sherman's remarks are very signiiicant. � 41 16 60 24 50 22 49 23 50 27^ 53 28 48 37 0,04 A. SOUTHARD p. .1. N'olan, the veil-known Calgary law.yer, has ham oppointod a King's Counsel, PHONE too LETHBRIDOE. ALTA. ;