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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER *, 1000. NUMBER *8 STILENFIT EVEHY GARMENT GUARANTEED * TAILOR MADE GARMENTS READY FOR SERVICE The man who wniits style. |H'ifi!t;t lit anil comfort it* the twin who apprcciiitcs Stilenlit ^itrmcntH. Stii.csi it tnilor intuit; nurincnts come in all sizes to |>erfeetly lit every num. lull itntl sliort; stout ami slender. Htilenpit gnrmonls are one-tliird lews custom, tailor's charges. Stii-kni'it Suits und Overcoats at $10, $15. $18, $20, $25 Remember all garments finished by our tnilor on the premises The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outlitters In Lethbriclrjo THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000." Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO �. E. WALKER, General Malinger Al.KX. I.AI1U). A�it. Gent ManafM BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A aanaral lankina kutlMH IrantacM. Account! may �t opened and canayctti b> mall with all branrhoi at this Bank. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of $1 Mini upwHrJs received, und Interest allowed at current rates. The depositor is .subject l no d�luy what* ever la the withdrawal of the whole or any portlou of lite deposit cai.l'.auy CI.akksiioi.m kd.moxtox nu.ii i:k ix.msi ail BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON STAVELY LETHUKIDGE IMNCIIER CKEEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PON OKA VEGREVII.LE MEDICINE MAT KED DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE.  -  MANAOBR EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK a8 iwimtai..... uusKitvi:____ Wm. K.\r\vi:m. SHKRBROOKK, Ql'K. Priwii�ent .1 amM.\rKi\'\ti\, ; (Ins'i:ii.\L Man.\(ii:u 55 Branches and Agencies in Canada Two brunches just opened in A!l>.*rta COLEMAN under the management of George Ewing TABER under the management o� F. E. Brine Tho patronage of tliese localities is resinvtfully solicited S:ivii\j^s Hank nejnrtment in (.'outioctiou (fcnertd Hanking llusiiiess (.'nrrie.1 On Eastern Townships Bank, Taber Bank of Montreal aaaBXBBaaaasssBaaEsaxsBsssasEssss KSTAHIJSINJ) 1SI7 Cspllal all said up...................SI4.M�,0M Reserved Fund...................... ltt.SM.MM Balance Profit and Loss.............. M5.IS9 Head Office, Montrea1 PRESIDENT: KIQHT HON. LORD STaATHL'USA AMU MOUNT ROYAL. e principal points in Canada Also In London, 1 nqlai d. New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Crmtits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts sold available st all point* in United State*, Europe anil tMuaila Intereat allowad on deposit* at currentJrate* Lethbridge Branch - *HL*TV* BIG SHOPS To be Erected Here C. P. R. AMEND IT by | Agreement With Electric Company. ON COMPLETION OF NEW LINE From St. Paul Through Lethbridge to Spokane. It is reported thiil when the CIV It's through road from Si. I'aiil lit Spokane \ in I t'\ llliridge. is romplel  cil eurlj next ,\enr, 111 niiiiliine shops will In* ihInlilished here lo ilu lhi' i'"|,air work mi lit.' now llm-. I jut hliridgc will ln> ill'' lio.ul.ju.ir tors of i ho most of i ho CIVWS. I'llst anil wi-Hl on tho now line. A well known gi'iilliMiinn suys. "I/'thlu-idgi' In going to ��**ky lhn.> of tho mines Ihoi'o Will i'll};11.(11 who have Ihoii ilisinis^o.l fro,ii t.i|i..| mines. A lit); meeting of tho un'mi it.-, v ,is ln-lil on 'I'lii'siliiy night. 'I'ho inine owners sny ill .>� �- ti i' \iohl a point. ^/b��sj�*�V*���V,"l>U *^S'^ss|sj�^%s�>ss^s^swsts^s)t>e�ja^>ni GALLIFORD MOVED I'opii'ur Telephone Manager IitiisI lo tjieomlie. Trans- W .1. tiulAioiil. tho popular nn I enterprising manager of the llotl Toloplioni' Co is to In' triinsfori'iil to I.iiomli.- I ho lUitO'it of rra�lo at its iinsnitw Ins) ni^ht iliviiloil to a-.k lho roni pnnv to o.ilirol lie tlulls it ii i.| iv l ii in Mr C.il'.iioril. whniu ill.- ii,n � iloroil too roin|m'lolil n nil i*. lit* ion I u in.in to loso. It is hopod tho oinpuliy will iu 0.si.' to lho ltimi.ls roipiosi THREEAUT0S  'oiuiii^ lo tho City for O W. Kv.rr Co. Tho ll \\ . Korr Co. hail n purl\ of ttiiit> Mmiiohota luriiiors at Wai'nor last wook I hoy iiuulo ovionsHo sal. s attl most of tho puivlniMM's will IhTIIIIM' Hl'lUul S.'ltl.'l's 'I'ho ooinpaiiy has arr.uiKutl with a roiiplo of noiilU'liii'ii to luko rhari-o of lho holol ami luinhor Imsf.u.'Ks anil li\ory Warn nt Woritor. as woll as lo art as agents for lho towns to. Dii;-of tho tiOnlU'inoii was for six ,\imi'� Shorill of a Minnesota ooiimy ami lho othor iiiiiiiiy amiitor for four ;.OKI's Moth mo liion of moans an roipiiivil for a oro-ini ory ami the ilistrirt ini.st l>o imiiI'im'-witlin i.-u uiil.s ll would i-.spi r V Infill |,i hui'il and oipiip a fartoi HEAVYJflELD It. |...i I. il Kroin Sovont} i'ivo Near Caiilslon. Air, ACTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL Strict Supervision Over Boring for Gas. 'I'ho iiKi'oemont in-twoon lho cily .ill I lho Kleetfit; Light Company, in lo-(rn to lho >fns Inning opi'i'n I ioim iiinii' iM'fnfe the fit}' Counoil ill lho oifllllli' iii.'oi inli mi M.uiiI.i} niulii . The v nitliiig of the ai{i.....in.'in wn . not ullitifothor sa I isi'�ur-tk'iilnrly tinu>nding the uki'i'.-iik'h' to inoliiile the following: That the Inning nuiehinoiv ho ap proved of by itit oiijjin.'or ivprosoni -itg I he city. Thut in any ci.hi� the nrtivoii} shall bore to a luiniiumu depth " I50M fts'l, ending with a fix inch fusing, unU'SS u (|Uuntity of gut, te-| giinled hy the oouncil as siilllci. nl 11> procured at ti lessvr depth 'I'hut tho woll lio cumpl.ted to the dopth iiunied wilhiii olght nmiilhs o the signing %of the AHr.iMitent. Thut tn no ease shall tin: iSty pay, the company for the work done In well Inning. Inoro than the nimmiil act nail} spout. Mr. frei-inan asked the council fit hat spot they wanted the' liorlnu for nnturiil gu.s to l ilono, an I whethor they would pn-f. r to ncee.'t tender from Mr Oram or would like.further negotiations with a � Hw lo gi'ttiig n more lailsfactor\ contract. As to tho place �hoiv luring should iH'gin. it wan th..iiKlil that the udvii'o of tin eX|N*rt shniid l>o sociir.il The ('.I'll, have an expi-rt in clmrgv of the work near Mislici.i.' Hat where the} are going down A.-OOO f.s-t for oil. Mayor Hog-is wroto to him and asked lAtn if lie would supervise the liorlng here llo ivpllod thai he would if he Could g>'l h-aie from the CI1 It. uud Mr llog is huH written for thai It in hnp.-.l that leave will Uo gi\en. and im-ulinitl will huVv him look oior lho ground Ix-foio d>-culi.ig uhere to horo l-'xprossions nf opinion last iiii'.n' wore in favor of tho n -igltliiirhood oi the old well Muvor lingers siitftfest-i| getting an npiinn on a cnuple oi lots ami Isirnig on tlioiu rather tnuli in the stnvt Ml l''tV"iu.iii aiiiiouiu'iil that lho tompany had Ixs-n negotiating w i . Mr. Clint, the M'llnliio Hat lior, i The}' had s.-cur.-.l an oiler from him which k.is not what they vould lll-i Hilt if the} not opted ll. delay would In- saved. He WniiUI like to know whethor the fit> wislusl the company in in iopt Mi lir.iui's .iHoi'. or to negotiate fuith.r ami ti necessary l,.| ii.'i hl.o tli.- id.'., if IlllXillU !> stop ,i| l.'iOil fiN'l nti.l usked Mr Ii.fin.in in ji tho coiii pan}' could not make .in aKiv.iiiout so that at a depth ,,i loiin fis-t ill r would !� a six inch casing, and in well could |m- sunk to 'JinIII f.-el if desired To this ho a^iitsl. I'n the coinpaiiy does not li,t\o to sirli li:it its contract to iho approval oi the city Conn. 11 or to consli't tin council iilxtut it Mi Ii.-,man. how ever, said 1h.it ho desired to citlMii.l Ihoin in order to satisfy the cily at pvery step. For Ikftl shabby feeling try a Semi-Ready Suit Seldom Equalled Never Excelled | Already Men are Talking about Our Magnificent Display of Furs GET AFTERWHOLESALE rnronlo I'iini Mioul to Ijh'iiIo in tllsula It's ii mutter nf hoihthI comment. Tho splendid qualily of Furs mid Workmanship, und t�ttr iVmdwIly Mwloritle Prices, The parammiiil fciittires in this display of LndieB* and fientlo-nien's l-'tirs is the marked distiiiclivoiiess of stylo, elegnnru. oxcfllenee of workmanship.ami the riinarkahlo values lepreeentrd in Southard's prices. Then I here is (he Furs themselves the finest qualities ihnt expert skill eonhl seleel ami thiil's important. The woikmimship is up to the hiiih Southard staiuliinl, and styles are authoritivo. Allouellier yon are sale in luiying that Fur or Fur-lined Coat at Southard's. Particular dressers will, in our wide assortment, meet their most exueting it'i|iiireineiils. Men's Racoon Coats Made of well furred skins. Italian lined, leather arm shields, strongly sewed find very dnralile. and *i()in. long. Kxlr.'i value at S-I5.U0. Men's Racoon Coats Fa i in choice northern ukin.i. heavily furred, bests Italian linings o2in. long. $i�).imi. Men's Fur-lined Coats Imixirli-il Hhuk Heaver Cloth, shell lined in Inxly and sleeves with , Ntilunil Mttskrul Persian l.niub Collar, ot'iii. long, IfiU.lM) Q Men's Heavy Fur-lined Coats k or Hlue Heaver Cloth, bhel naditt'i Musk nil, lurge Otter biirrell buttons. Southard's price, $.Vi.f)0. Imported Hlaek or Hlue Item or Cloth, shell lined in body ami sleeves' with choice Ctinaditt'i Musk nil, lurge Otter Collar, raised seams and Pf|j}|^Q\ NKAI1P fOU THE HIGH SHOULDERED MAN. The high shouldered man is usually the strong man f His forbears-were probably of prodigious strength-accustomed to terrific muscular exertion that made the shoulder Dones b'lwger and the muscles more than ordinarialy developed. The physical likeness carried from one generation to another is marked in certain generations-we meet this type quite frequently. By each degree of inch of alteration- the type is known-thus if '+ inch has to be taken off, the type is known as '+ high shouldered. For t:.e high shouldered man we require the following alterations. The bitcLs and fronts are shortened the required amount and the arm hole remains the same. We L;ilor all Semi-ready suits to physiques. Since we have each seam r.\v!c v i:h ojtL'!.s, it takes only two hours to make your suit fit as required Typo It Hijsh Shouldered Variation u lakes only two hours to make your suit lit as Money back if there's the leaft dissatisfaction! M4 a Phone 100 SOUTHARD Uthbridge. Alta. T |l. Kevin tolil tin- lli-ialil thai ivhilii in I'unlstoii thi- nilu-r tla.v, Ii li'iiruiit tliat Walt't I'itrliir. a lar iikt at Itah'y. Iiuil Ihichi'il nnOii liushi'U of So. 1 k|ii'iiij{ nlic.ii from To acres, an nveraye oi lo liush.-ls 1.1 the ai'l'e. Aroiinil t'anlhton it is |.icliile.l n an\ a ylelil will inuli II luish I-. Io the iirre. ll.WP I'UVYH. The Im ml will I'lay on the Hqiuiri' tntiioirow niu'it- II.l.l iiouialue was the luosl vita i|iii>siitin lu'lore the II..in.I of '|'r i i last intillt. \lter the matter li.nl InS'li ilisi'ie.^ ell. the lollowillt- lesoliiUoll lilole I hy Mr Hurnes seii.uil.tl ti.s Mr I'ul lesiin. v as tuli'i'li-l In view of the fact that I lie hew insurance |>�>' acre as ( ii.l li> Ih. Hoveiunieiil s.\ sti'iu is not siillii-e-il to rnxer the cost m imiunn in an acre of wheat anil lh..l I he stint. i'njui'unies will insure for nu unionoI more lliun ilouMe the unvet'iiiii'iii limit anil that a lariii'r ran insure in more 1 han one company thus KUarautiS'iiiK it prol'it on the vear �; work, resolved that this Ito.ir I |iliti*i* itself on recm\l as K'n; m favor of allowing inile|ieinleut ilail Insni'anre I'oiill'.inies to 1I0 lui.sin in this |iro\linu> or to have the K'i'v crnineiit iiu'ioiise its insurance i" 8 jier iipiv an,I that the Ho:ir.l ask ,10-npei'ntioii of all irther Hoar-Is of tTrw|e in lho iiriivlnco in this mat - \\ \ ll.iinillon saiil im re.i-,e.|  leMili'i a 1 c. 1111 j iioi la I it'll WaN nee. * -sar> lie I.new "I 11 I.' 1 in T wlm li.nl Utii ill t'Mlll Willi n.tt-, .ii.l 1 li'li.l lint ^,-11 lll'lll I 111 / Si 1 I. i.l Ii � Wniil.l hav e I> � 1 > l> I th.lu \ I. M� I'h. r~.ui wrote su^i'Miinjf Ih.ii Ilie llo.11.1 enilea\or tn have (.'..il. m M.iil,,i> \ t'o. of 'r.ii'oiito It,.lie their uai'lioiiK', which they in r.. al.niil tn o|>en ill AlU'i'lu til l.el III.i ill(fl'. 'l'llO llO.U'll Will (Mill lllllllicale with this til'MI. The iiincn-leil cro|i liullutin will 11..1 lie ilisi'iisseil until the i'oni|ilele li.i vest ret urns are in. ITVKUAl. OI' LATI-: W. VAN'llOKX The lilner.il of the loto Wtw ','rtii Horn will inl.t) |i|ace tomorrow a> -leriiiiou ul I Jin o'clock 11 jiii ilie leHlllclll'e of I'llllS. Villi Hull , lltllll resilience of I'llilK. Van Hon . Horn pits nt reel to tbu new cemeter> KI.V I'l.M; All the ll;i�;s in III.' city sholllil Id' ityiia- toiiioirow in honor of the |nil,In- school sports which take place .11 ill.- ..in 111....11 011 ill.' square WI'.KKl.Y M V I! I\ I I 1:1 i'ul; I l I'lll'llisll. ,1 l.\ II..i- 1 ..11.1 M' I ' in , ( 111 1- i|i|.,l.il ..i.- ii,.111 I .1'�. i'|>...,l to i|,i\ [ui II11I.111.1 .alll.' was Hlj In I I tvi.tv ,ii..I 1,.1 K.nicliers H 1.1 :�,; c ills Willi pi'nspi't'ls lower, this is ill.. L.w.'sl p.ii.il loiuli.il this year The local market still r.m.iins ver.i jl.nl. tn..it- liiiulier callle liein^ on tlui market thin week than coiilil It J ilispov.ll of. I'JM lli:il I'llKKK \Vi:ii|llMi I II 11 mil ei. manager . 1 the lluilsou's ll.ij sli.ro al I'iiicli.r l''.vk was iiiairietl a few days au'O I 1 M:ss llessie llewilson. >ii.ste|' of |l,- ||"- -I,mi. Kmlier I'rei'k. lll'XTKUS HACK. MR. PADLEY RESIGNS Pastorate of the l>>thl>riil(fO Haptist rhiirch. Ilev �'. I'adle.v Imn iVHigninl thv pastorate oi tlta Huplisi Church llt'i'o to accept uu invitation to work In the Kootemiys. He will pivurh lli� fuivivcll sermon on Sunday noxl. --j' MOW TKLBPIIONES. ' Ihe following U'lophonoh huvo heen "mstallPrt' 110-C. 1'. U. (now station). I HO A-City School. ItWn-North Wit.nl School. 170-A. Ii. &> I. Co. (new station ) 17!- II. McIk)III (hoilM>). 172-A. W. litngs (ortlcw. IT.'I-V. I. MacLeod (ortlw.) \\ uliver, I'. Iloon-j. T. ami \ llooiiey have relurne.l a hunting expeilitinn lo thu liner riilffi' tinil Spring fouloi'. Tli >' secllreil ul.mil liirds. Mmir from Milk IO NKW OH LEANS. f I". I". l.'oiiyboaro k'ft this morning for thu south. He will uttond the Supnuiw l.odg-o of tlui Krftghin of Pythias nl Now Orloftnu. ;