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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 2 LfcTIf BRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, .OCTOBER �. 1907. The Store of Quality. McKelvie & McGuire Satisfaction Guaranteed The Geo. L Sbter bnricbis Shoes * In the New Fall and Winter Styles Just Arrived! The GEO. A. SLATER SHOE is being worn throughout Cnmuln nntl thn. Four years ago hi> was unknown and untried hut sine that time he had won the regard and confidcni'e of the |k>ople of Allw-rta whos- battles for Provincial lights he hud fought, so valiantly in the House of Commons. H had in his hiitid, a copy of Mr. Hord'it's sjiceeh of four years ago and he had not rotraeted one word of his utter-unccs then: .lohn llurron. M. P. of Pinrher Crivk. the represent tit I vt� of this dis-' trlel in the Mouse of Commons in a feu reiiuii'lis spoke of the redivt rihu-! thin by whieh he could not represent lythl ridge after the n xt election. If the s Mile support were given llu> Con servntivc nomine.' as had been accord ed him. I> tlit.i-iendent on party service and that the will of the. imople should be resjiecteil by having clean and straight elections. Jle declared that tho |H'oplf> get such decency and honesty in government as they do-serve, lie had charged the Liberal government to their face with an absolute disregard of these three essentials. What hud they done with th.-enormous revenues"? The Conservu-tive party with less than half th> revenue had fiiiilt tho CM'. 11., th,; Intercolonial, canals, wharves, docks, nnd public buildings. Mad the government, he nsk\ Inclyjs long, with (Joluinlii* S,|. hie Collar and lo.-.rs ...................................... 4r.C0 Lnclles' Hqulrrel lined duns. Id ivches long, with Columbia 3d' io C��' i^'vi',s......................................................... 73.00 We Have a Very Choice Array of - Fur Ruffs, Stoles, Caperines $4.75, $5.00, $5.50 and $6.00 At above price wo have a variety of New Tall Styles in THK (JKO. A. SLATKH. Vici Kid: Hox Calf.*(ilazed KiiDjraroo, J'ateiit Colt Hals, I'aleiil Colt liHttoned. GEO. A. SLATER, $4.75 At this jirice we can show you a lurue ranue of Vici Kid Bals. iiLio the new (iun .Metal tinisli in a variety of ililVer-unt styles. McKELVIE & McGUIRE j fSpeciiH to H'Tnld.) . _ Con li-wanls Snskateon thmuuh tin- Montr-.1. t�,-t. :!. -The Ciinailhiii h.'.iri of th,' \\ ln-:i 1 ceiiii'ry. I I'm-i';,' liiii.wiiy Coiiipaii>'',s u.^i.ivi Ties i: is said is th.' i"'pl\ t the iii'inMLr',i!i,'nt is now i'i,iisii|-'i iinr lli.' iiiMisioti oi' its t,-rritor> li\ the Caii- i|iie t"ii e(. mtr (i M eond t hen t riea I cnni(� l.mlies' .lapanese Mink Itulis, .",, i'iIi.s lulu; ............................... 10 00 Ladies' Ki.-clrjc Sal Cup-i-.n.'. wit It liiu'h stitrm rnlhir, long .vloli> � Tect .n iro'it ......................................... .......................... 1 ,'i no /.aid-s' ftaliie Seal Capii'iue. ' iiiinii il \vi;i] |� rsian l.iintli with ln�li sionu cullar, sll .  eaI tributer\ . .Another am-tiilin-i/t tiuit 1 h - Heine le ill.in..el to Soiiih Saska i ch. w a n linn'. All lie.Mills w.r- h-.v a-id the mutter was let uns.-t 1 led although a motion In ailii.v tliat tin' cllllll^'e I . lllnile passed. \V C. |\,-s liioiiuht ill a motion fav m-alile ic that th- Hoard of Tr.ul- amain till would p-t Ii the atlentii.....f tlie I'roMiirial o|-iin;eUt to the neat necessity of cs-tablisliiiie; a Lund Titles Hegi^try office in I.e-tldriilni'. lie .spoke oi th,. illcon ven lent e and loss to the people throiiuh haxing to transact tlie luisi-n,-ss in Cnluary. The motion also |iro\ iiled that \V. C. Simmons, M.L. A., lie askeil to co-operate in s.-cur-iiiK tlie ollice. Tile iiiolinu carried unaiiimously. W. C. Ives moved that th - s.crc- collar. Stole ..................... .">(). DO I aseincnt hall, a (> tnnasiilm, well as for i he illy t. I.olis . iu lli.' M ..MM' sc'lellie s ci >lillni I't  e K. II ! HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO ESTAItllSlUn B. K. WALKER, President ALEX- LAIRD, General lbnager A. B. IRELAND, Superintendent of Branchei Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 tranches throughout Canada, and In the United States and England BANKING BY MAIL *5 Business may be transacted by mail with any branch ef the Bank. Accounts may be opened and deposits made or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid to out-of-town accounts. CALC.ARV .CLAKKSIIOl.M ''EDMONTON MICH KIVUR INM^IAIL BRANCHES W AJLBKRTA LEAVINGS 9MWTON STAVELY LETHBRIDGE fWCHER CHEEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD rWNOKA VECREVll.LB MEDICINE HAT WU' UEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE, MANAGER auditoriiilii. lie asked that I lie Mo.inl oi Trade endi.|-se the \iroposl-l ion that th" city gunrant 'i- the lioiids of the conipans for eighty per e.'lit of t he cost. | \ld. Ciiniiiii'.'hain while not pre-par* I to endorse t lit. whole plan ihnU'.'bt that s,,m. thin; should he done I ii i.'el a uiiod In! II in t !i � ci t \ \\ ( ' I \ es ohlecl 'll to ll-k inif I II.' i I 'I -du'e i I s credit for an npei a when a city lie o is a nece-sii,\ n. .11 tut iii.'. u- I la I' ra il Ii I Ii iil�ht I hu I t he should I.,- sill.in,t t.-d to a to consider Ms fe.isihil it y. ss -1,> 1.-11 si ike i,i I he mind,ci i sine; lb,.. Hoard in such act ion as t he bond mi a ra ll t-e winiiil. impair 1 he cty's cr.-dit. Pies. Cony hea re lirouuht up the matter of the link of publicity tfiwi) th' southern part of Allierlu. The publicity coinmit t.-e had sent out u circular Utter to 11.Hoards of Trade in Southern Alberta advising the holding of u con-cut ion to consider the advisability of forming a union Hoard of Trade, to keep tin-facts ftiiuvrning Southern Allierlu tary write the C.I'H. agent advising 1 before the public. \ repiy was him that th-re is a line oi .">>> for ivixed from Miibcinc Hat endorsing neglect to post tlie train times. M.j the plan. Harford spoke of the dilllculty of se-1 \\\ c. |ves. A Cunninghum. curing any inl'oniuilion regarding the' Mayor (lallira tli anil others nim-li.iss.'iiger service. Mayor (Salhrailh mended the uetion of the executive which was endurK-.'il by the Hoard. Ijidies' \lnska Snide Caperines, with high storm fronts, Oli inches long .......................4..........,. Ijulles' Hest quality Mink Hulls. Mink on both sides. H'l inches long Ho.00 Ladies' Mink Huffs, very broad over should,.is. with four compute niiuiial Mink, with heads and tails ....................................... 00.00 HUSK-OX BRAND NHS FOR GENTLEMEN \ We have the biggest assortment of MEN'S FUR-LINED COATS, COON COATS, RUSSIAN CALF I IW C0ATS> DETACHABLE FUR ? *�L COLLARS, GAUNTLETS, CAPS, ETC. K\er shown in I ct hbritlge. We have all kinds and prices to suit both rich anil pour. Sizes in coats range from IM breast, to 40 nnd o2 in length. Men' mentioned the fact that there is no provision made for; the siilc of tickets during the day. The President aired the public grievance Unit tickets cannot be arranged for during the day. L. H. Coons blamed the government for a good deal of the false reprasen-lal-ion of Southern Alberta? Mayor (ialhruith moved that Mr. Coons pre-, pare a pajier mi the conditions he \V. C. i-.es and Mayor (ialbraith ' has mentioned for presentation at made a motion that the secretary write Win. WhyMe. Yice-l'resriiU'iit of the C.I'.I'., culling his attention to these iiiatt.-is. I'res. Conybeai" sug gested thii't, when any sinh coiii-filaiii'lH ari.-e, tlie lomplalnants submit the sain.' to the Itailway and Transportation Commit tee for con-sideraiion. .1. I-'. Iloilger, spoke of the iimiculiy of getting freight from th - sIk-iIs owing 'to 1l'e narrow' road way along the freight shed. The mutter was siihiuitt'd to lli- H-t.-s and Railway ('"ininil lee C. .) l-a'ks-torni submitted a pro-piis-'l for t hu erection of un o|i.-ra hoi.se. IK- spoke of the lack of hall the convention. The Kxecutive will endeavor to have the meeting Ih-im and all Hoards of Trade are uskisl to s'nil six delegates. 8.-> 4,-> BANK TO BUILD. I'll, \ilei-t. Inspector of Hrauches fi^r the I uion Hank of Canada has stated that the hank building' here will le i'\teiidi"l. Tli' addition will be cr !!..i| in the prop, rt.v belw-eii the pres 'lit I lidding and file Wlutnev lib ck. II.., -. Le n d 'culeil upon sftii.e lli' visit ,,f the head otllcials a short time ii|ti). s Hussiaii Cub' Coats, \vi>th Ccnnau Heaver collar, TiO inches long .................................................................................$ s Centime Hacoiui Coats. ,"i0 iiulies long, .lined Willi pudded and quilled Italian cloth ................................................... s 11 igb-C mile Hiicoon Coats, ,"i<) inclies Uing ........................ s Kxtru Nn. I Quality Xorlliern llacoon Coats, ver.\ choice... ~"� s Km nt \n. 1 (quality Norlhern Hacoon Coats, iiuide front backs only, wry heavily furred.......................................... 100. 's I'ur-lined Coats, litu-d with Marmot, Persian Ininil) Collar and Lapells ....................................................................... 40. 's Hark Miiiiuol-'ined Coats, wii h Oiler Collar and Ij�t)iells, Cood i-Inglish lleuver shell, ................................................ 45. s Muskrat-lined Coti'ls, \-,th Utter Collar and l.a|k'lls, goiul l-:nglish Ik-aver shell ......................................................... 05. s Hlack Coney lletachubli' Colli rs.......................................... H 's Uliu-k Astraclmn Helachiilile Collin's ................................. S. s Ceiuian Iteaver Dotnchable Collars .................................... 0 's (ieniiiin 1)1 tor IVdacluible Collars....................................... 0 s Persian l.aiiib lK-tachaliU' Collars ....................................... 0 s Labrador Otter Detachable Collars .................................... 22 00 ,00 (V) 00 00 ,00 .00 00 .00 .00 .00 50 .50 .50 MUSK-OX BRAND Hig Assortment of Men's Km- Caps, ranging in prio from S2.50 to �25. Ih'ing your |-',r wanis to us. We mnk a specially of Kino Kurs and can s"l'ply unyth-ing from a SH.Oil mlT to a .Sl.tKIO Seal Cout. A. SOUT PHONE 100 LETII3RIDGE, ALTA. ;