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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 2 LETI1BRIDGC. ALBEDTA. TIIURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1!2. 1906. NUMBER :4 Stttitfactioa 4 Quality Achieving through qtioUt}' iho wonderful mcaiii of our Buccess. ilich arid elaborate showing of strongest Overconl fenturcsi the very mastcrpicco's of The Stilenfit Tailoring Co. $10.12,14.15, 17, 20, 23. ATTRACTIVE Suit Values for Men Single and double-breasted Tweed Suits............4 10 00 Single-breasted Tweed Suits-dark gray and brown____ 12 00 Single and double-breasted Worstetl Suits............ 15 00 Single-breasied Bine and Black \yor8tGd Suits, 15 00 to 22 00 Every Garment Finished to Your Measure. Men's Nutra Fur Colbrs............................. 5 00 Men's Brown Motmot Fur Collars........... 5 25 Men's Persian Lamb Shaw and WotcbetOoUars, 18 00 to 21 00 Men's Pur r^ts...........................'... .20 00 to 85 00 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital,StOOOOOOO. RewhreFund.HSOO,000 HEAD diPliaCE, TORONTO B. E. WALKER, General Manager AI.K.\. UAIRP, Am(. G�n'l Managw BANK MONEY ORDERS ISSUED AT THE roLkOVlNQ RATES: and under....................... ) ctntt Ovet SS and not xcecdiSK ?ia......  c�nM " $10 " " �3Q...... 10 cenu " $30 " � (SO...... Is c�nu TbcM Order* are Payable at Par at My office in f'aifada ot's Charttrwl 9m (Vukoii excepted), and at the princi|Mj banking {lointji in tlie L'nKed SMstM. �iGOTiMLa �r  nxin >*ik at THE CANADIAN BANK OF CO.VIMERCK. LONDON. KNO. Tkey fann an cscellcnt method of rcinittitig small �um\ of Wenty with and at amall cost. I l.AKKSIIOLM EDMONTO.X llh.ll KlVllU INMSr.ML BRANCHES W ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON STAVELY LETHBRIDCE riWCHBR CKBEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD rOMOKA VECREVILLE MEDICINE HAT DEER VERMILION WET.\SKIWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSB. - . MANAORR Bank of Montreal ESTAB^iJSHED 1817 CapiUI aU MM ......... Reserved Pud.......... Balance Profit aid Loss.. ^. .tujmm IfJIMN M8.II* Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: RiaHT nOK. LORD.STftATnCOMA AMD MOUMT KOVAL. O. 0. M. 0. VICE-PI\EelDBNT: HON. SIB OKOttGH A. UBOHMOMD, X. C. M. O. K. B. 0LOU8TO^^ QinaAI. MAKABCn Brancnes and Agencies at aU psinoipal points in Canada Also in London, Engl�i d. New Yorki Chioago, Spokane and Kewfotxndland Travellers' Circular Iiettarsof Crtdit and Commoroial Credits issued foruse in all parts of the vorld. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Diafit told ivallablo at all poinu lo United 8t�tM. Kuropc aod (Janada Inloreai oliowod on dopealia ol cMrronCroloa Lethbridgc^ Branch - R. r. REEVE Managvr COAL STRIKE SOON END ? Miners' Union and Company Conttnt to the Ikaintion of the Deputy Minister of Labor, who Keikrhed the City To-day-Prospeet of Settlement Seems Good. The Horalfl feels w.irraivtwl in stat land ir^ that it is confulcnti th>:i conlhtrilwo which has Ijocn on hem sinca flarly in the year, will tie settlwl Iwfor.' thiH week is out. nfle with liarvaivl hie - tmvtiUcd ovvagr of the AM. &. 1. company �*ill l;e hero from Winnipoff tonight. King wired him froin MooRo .linv yeslorday nml .Mr. Nanton oons.-^ni-cd jlomocrat-ic stock, lie 18 a grandson of !�.', week .serious re.sponsih.lity will ioeleliratwl William l4*trikft, IS not sattled.' _ . ^ , lut.;rnational JUmrtf ltepr.-)Jienti.tivij ispntch from. Moosonim: ' ^ \i .t .vV. . i. ' , - , ... . iShar])c of tHt> II31 WO \ hero ' Tne fuel question hn.s re.Tf'ha-l ;i ; , ,, / , il^ .i: ; - ' -and will takopnrtJaj> tho conferences crisis in Moogomin the l[i,�>t pound of cosil in stock Iwing sol cuniiot guarantee a pound of ate inii | vhich at the present time jiti ."starfng much suft'ering. is iaaixsi." Saiskutchewan in the foce andnmy - cause great liardship in that prov- Mr. Kinj is one of the most aU -'ince. The men and the comp:iny vnnccd and best informo the city we:! at the council board. The Ma.vor should call a publ.c mooting before nomination day so that the (icoplo can learn th-a pos'i  tion of the candidates on invportcnn municipal problems. You can uftorti to buy Kood . , Clothe* if you buy here. ' WE ARE READY TO SUPPLY YOUR. COLD WEATHER NEEDS Why drt'iul the stinR of winter when yon can get. from us, the goods you require to turn colli wi.-utht;r iuto a delight. A Spl�itdid Display of Furs Every la8tej>� ev6ry purse \. finda sattsfisc-; tion here.. Meit'H fur lined Cbnts, fip.e iiii-port�, 3.50 A AA atftp''......... ---- T.UU Men's Adjustalile Fur Ck>llars. ready to 1.�e put bn. coat. Wombat, Wallaby. Electric, Coney. Near .Sen', Nutria, Beaver, German Otter, Astrachau and Bulgarian Lumb. Prices c Cfi amjLo.............. J.ju Men's Adjustable Collar, in Persian Liiinb. Beaver, and Natural Otter, lined with line t|u�li>y (luiltcil satin, closely fnrred skins. Persian Laniit, lOiJM. 13 50 and 15,00, Beaver O7 cA 16.50, Otter 22.50 to,. ^' '^ Men's Fur 01ovi>s, in Astrachau. Nutria, Muskrat and Qertuan Otter, fur lined, inude of flue skins, carefully linished. 7 CA Prices 6.75, 7.00 and.... ' 'V Men's Fur Mitts.'uiade of heavily furred Black Womluit skins, dark color, with large uutf, very js.":"'.'!"'""':^ 5.00 fmmni&iim JACOCS Man** Rniltaa Olova. Pure Wool Gloves, white...............*0 55 White, with double roll cutr.....�......... 80 Black............____ 55 Gamela' hair, very fine aud soft............ 65 Beautiful fancv )vitterns lifleil wirhseiirlef wool 1 00 MKOCR.IIiNDKRWKAa' Pure Wool SwEATUuf!. Navy, double roll col- lur, cuffs and skirt $1 25 Extra heavy black .. 3 00 Extra heavy white, very fine wool..... 3 50 Grey, extra heavy, ouuU: of -tintJA"*- V tralian wool ...... 5 00 BEET SUGAR MEN On Tuesday morning A. li'.. .Mooin of the C.P.U. Colonization company accompanied a party oi four gentlemen from Holland. Mich., to lUy -mond, where the.v in.sjwctwl iho sujj-ar factory. The monvbcrs of i!i.,i party were Dr. Kram.-j.r and Messi-s. Alber. poBsman and Vcnoklascn. and they arc nil interestoti in a most aucccsfiful sugar factory at Ilollau:]. a town of 10,000 tin south we�t.->(n Michigan. They were much impross-ed with the Haymoiid footory and bclieet growing. It is not unlik.jly these gentlemen will intnre.sit them selves in a factory in Ihn Calgary irrigated section. Dr. Kramer, in a conversation with the Mcrald stated that divior cent, hud hoisn paid by the Holland factory. In 1004-!}, a,.'M)4 acres of beets �ere planted and the production was Hi,-ai8 tons an^'tho average was 1.1.0,5 The year Iwfore the ligums wor� il,-!i77 acres, 2.9,700 tons, awragi! 14.07- Th�? average nt lUiymond ^.as run over Jfi. Some farmers at llol  land have run ns high as tort tons to the acre. Thoir faot.ory's production is m Id without diniculty to Chicago brokers and they also sell the syrup to u rh cago firm. All the gentlemen were onlhusl-is -tic over AllKjrta and �|5eli�'>ve it has a wondeiful future. TO LEAVE^A. R & I 10. .Ai Cunn*ingltani, purdiasnig ugont and general store keop;?r for the A.H. & I. Co. since 1900, will retire at iho end of the ,vear and enter into partnership in the lumber business \v>ih Mayor Rogers. TWO GRITS WIN. (Special to Herald) Watkins (Jion, N. Y., N'ov. 2'i.-Herinan Kountze, multi-mi I Ijon.tire and president of the firsi national bank, di�l here toda.\-. Indian Head, Sask., Nov. 2J -.lohn A. Btowurt of the Carneiri; Stock Food Co., who vus report?! burned in the Windsor Hotel fire at Itagina, is in Iho town ioda.\. Montreal, .Nov. 22.-Martin ind Walsh, Ijiterals, were electied in hy-elootions lin .St, Annes and St. Ma? .'s divisions We have positively the choicest assortment of Men's Furnishings ever shown in Lethbridge Negi.igkk Shirts The latest fancy in New York, made of fine percales, dimity, etc.. in nobby stripes and other 'smart AmericHn patterns. Sizes M-J to 17.^. Price 1.25. Staxdfield's Undebwisar. Pure wool, unshrinkable. This line is heavy, soft and fleecy, jiiat the thing for cold weather wear. Sizes 34 to 18. Price 1.00 per garment. Fine Wolsey Undebweak. One of the best. English makes, does not irritate the skin and will not shrink. Absolutely pure wool, Price 2.25 per garment. A Fresh Shipment of Tweed Coats odds Special ' Interest to our Large Display^" The smart tailored elegance of these modisii garments have fstablished them as the most favored cont of the season. A new shipment just received from ourEastemTnilors is especially attractive, and it 'embraces styles that are new r.ackand lined to the waist, has velvet collar and {Mtch pockets, tailored in smart stylish lif self, forming yok� and extending down front' and back. Price.......................... ................ ............................. $11.80 AN,OTHEU SMART COAT-Of fancy overchecketi Tweed, and finishid with stitched straps, cfillar trimmed with silk velvet and Imtid. double breasted style. Price.............ik;v$I7;8iO: LADIES' COAT of fine imported Black Beaver, made seven-t^igbth length and finished with, stitchetl strappings of self. Has fancy shaped collar, overlaid with velvet and braid. Price $19.90 It is to your advantage to SHOP EARLY, and by so doing yoti will get bffst selection; best; service aii