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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE. ALBEBTA. THURSDAY. CMJTOBEB 3. 1907. NUMBER 48 The Store of Quality. McKelvie & McGuire SatttfactioB Ott�r�nt�cd The Geo. k. Sbiter limictue Shoes In the New Fall and Winter Styles Just Arrived! The GEO. A. SLATER SHOE is being worn throughout Canada and the United States to-day by the best dressed men. Why? Because the styles have not only been proven correct and perfect fitting but the stock used in the manufacture of these shoes is guaranteed to be the finest American production. In addition, THE GEO. A. SLATER SHOE has that faultless thoroughbred appearance demanded by men tf discriminating taste in dress. OPENS PRAIRIE CAMPAIGN. Conservative Leader Addrfstet Mccting-4Would Give Land* Baek to Provinces-Sayt Nothini^of Tariff. At two o'clock, the hour announced for the ConservR'tive meeting ycster-du.y, i't looked an if the 'ineetinj? would ho ver.v .small Indeed. However, befopd three o'clock there was a gathering that cTJwS'dering the busy time was very grattf.ying to the Con Mn-vative leacfor and hia associates. Ex-Mayor George Ropers was, chair man and with him on the band-stand at the edge of the tent wera R. L.. Borden, K.C, M.P., Dr. Itoid, M.P., for Grenville, .I.H.O. Bergeron, M.P., of Benuhornois, .John Hcrron, M.P., Pincher Creek; W. Laurie of Card-ston; .\. E. KefTer, K. H. Ftesscmlen and Bishop Van Norman of Taber. 'J'hc chairman in hi� introductory remarks said that this was the second time in four years that l.eth-btidge had been favoretl by a visit from Mr. Borden. Pour years ago ho was unknown and untried but sinca tliat time he had won the regard and confidence of the iwoplo of Alberta whos.i battles for Provincial Bights ho had fought so vaHantly in the House of Commons. Hoople shoidd he i"cspecte,>t>. No. V Quality Astrachan .Jacket, silk lined .....;......4. ....... SJICA):' No. 1 Quality Bocharan T^imb 'a:k(t, silk lined......... .....'jid.OOi Ladies' Hampster -ined Coals, �.'or,the!-n, the Orainl Trunk L'Lhliriiii'i' in a iiorth-ea.sterly flirec- Pacific, and .lini Jlill lines. COMPLAINED OF STATION SERVICE. MUSK-OX BRANH We Have a Very Choice Array of - Fur Ruffs, Stoles, Caperines Muffs, Caps, Gauntlets, etc.; in Great� Variety I^atlios' Ciivy ("oncy Uufl's .$ 3.00 Board of Trade's Busy Session-Favored Convention of Southern Alberta Boards of Trade. Las' Wliito Thiljet Ascot Tie, 72 inches Jon-r, silk lined......... 7.50 badies' .In.panese :Mink Hulls, :W, ivlIicr loii^..................................v iO 00 Ladips' Eloclrie Seal Oapeiine, with hiffh storm ciilitu-, long stole c'lTecl in fi-onL...................................................................... I.'i (MJ LadiVs' Uallic Seal raperinc ;, iinnicd with I'crsian Lamb with liijfh storm collar, silK i.: iiaim iits, tails,'etc......................... .17 .'lO Radii's' ,\)nskn Sable Slolos, very choice qiiality, 72 inches long, trimmed with tails and ornaments ....................................... 27.50 Ladies' Alaska .Sable Stoles, very choice C|Uali'ty, 84 inches long trimmed witli tails and ornaments ....................................... 35.00 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ESTABLISHED IWT B, S. WAIKER, Prerident AUeZ. LAIKI), Oentrsl Xuagcr A. B. IBBIAHD, Supcriatindrat of Bnachet Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest. - - - . 5,000,000 Totai Assets, - 113,000,000 ArsBCbes tliroaeboat Csaada, and In the United States and Enelaad BANKING BY MAIL �5 BosiBens Btay be trftaaaoted by mail with any braaoh f tho Baak. Aooooata may be opened and depoaita Bsade or withdrawn by mail. Every attention ia paid to ont-of-town acoonnta. CALr.ARY .CLARK.SHOI.M " EDMO.NTON inc.ll KIVUK INNlbKAlL BRANCHBf HI AbBKRTA LEAVINGS BAKTON STAVELY LETHBRIDGE MXCHER CKEEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD rOMOKA VEGREVII.LE MEDICINE HAT, M|t DEER VERMri.lUN WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. O. K. NOURSE. MANAGER The Hoard of Trade's monthly meeting was held on \\Vdii.,'HUuy e\ei.iiig' in the Cmincil ChamlN-i- with sixteen iiKMubcrs' ill a't t lo.s'l and tiK' inatli.'i- was left iin.setlled although a Hurt ion to ailvisu that the chang'e l:e iiiatle passed. \V. ('. l\es brought in a motion i. ihiDt tlK- lUiard of Tradv again call the attention of the I'l-ovincial (Jiiv-o�'niiient to the greal nccessit.y of es-tabl'ishing a ]yand Titles Kegi.S'try office in Lethbridge. lie spoke of the i iiiconvenience anil loss to tin; pt?ople through having to transact the business in Calgary. The motion also providt'd 'thivt W. C. Simmons, M.L. A., be ivskcd to co-operate in securing the oflice. The motion carried unojiimously. \V. V. Ives moved that th^ secretary write Iho ^J.l'.K. ngetvt aflvising him that there is a fine of S50 for neglect to po.s-t the truin times. SI. Hurford s|toke of the diiricult.v of securing any information i-egarding the pas.seiiffor service, Maj'or Gnlbi-aith mentioned the fact 'thai there is no provision mode for} the sale of *ickots during the day. The President aired the public grievance that tickets cannot ho arranged for during the day. \V. C. Ivcs and Mayor Galbrai'th made a motion thai the sucretary write Will. Whyto, Vice-Presl�lcnt r>j' the CP.P.. calling his attention to these mat'ters. Pres. Conybear,; sug-gostorink HiilTs, very broad over shoulilcrs, with four complete MllfM.Al RVAND FIIV^ milural Mink, wl'th heads and tails ........................... ............ 90.00 **'"^VA IWlfllllr .IIIB*/ FOR GENTLEMEN We have the biggest assortment of MEN'S FUR-LINED COATS, COON COATS, RUSSIAN CALF COATS, DETACHABLE FUR COLLARS, GAUNTLETS, CAPS, ETC. I'jver shown in Lethbridge. Wo have all kinds and prices to suit l.)Otli' rich and poor. Sizes in coats range from 30 breast, to 46 and 52 in length. BANK TO BUILD. Ph. Viboi't, Inspector of Kranehe.s f0 inches 's Hussiai, Calf Coa'ts, wl'th Germon Heaver long ........................................................................... ...... 's Geiuiitie Uacoon Coats, .")0 inches long, lined with padded and (|uil'led Italian cloth ................................................... 35.00 's Tligh-Grade Uacoon Coats, 50 inches Long ........................ 45.00 's F.vtru No. 1 Quality Northern liacoon Coats, very choice... "7.00 's Kxtra Xo. 1 (Quality Northern Uacoon Coaits, made from boells, good Knglish Heaver shell ......................................................... 65.00 s HIack Coney Detachable Coll: rs......................................... S.OO 's HIack .Vstrnchun Detachable Collars ......... .................. ...... S.OO 's German Ik-aver IJetaclioble Collars ..........'........................ 6.00 s German Otter IVjtachable Collars ................................. '.H Persian Lamb detachable (dollars....................................... 9.50 's Labrador Otter Detachable Collars........................... 22.56, Hig .Vssortment of ilen's Fur Capti, ranging in price from $2.50 to t25. MITSV iVt BDAVA "'"'"if '''"�' wmUs to us. We make u specialty of Fine Furs and. can rlll3li*UA DKARIp supiily anything from a Sa.OO rulT to ii ?l,000 Seal Coat. A. SOUTHARD PHONE 100 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Ct ;