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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDAE. ALBERTA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER *. 1900. NUMBER 4� ^ ^ STILENFIT EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED ^ TAILOR MADE GARMENTS READY FOR SERVICE Tlie mail who wiiiils slyh'. iKsifect fit and comfort is tlie man who appreoiatcs Stilenfit fiurmonts. Siii.KxnT hiilor made garments come in all sizes to iierfectly tit every man, tull and short; stout and slender. Htilenfit Karmcnts are one-third leRs custom, tailor's charges. Stii.kni'it Suits and Overcoats at $10, $19. |I8, $20, 125 Remember all garments finished by our tailor on the premises TKe 2 Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lethbridge BIG jHOPS To be Erected Here by C._RR. ON COMPLETIoiTOF NEW UNE THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Ptid.up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO �. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. GeiLl M*iiaf�i BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A UMrat lanMna kutlMH IrtniMlad. Account* may be oponid mi conductor by mail wKh all brannliot ol thit Bank. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Dapoaits of $1 and upwards received, aud interest allowed at current rates. The depositor I* subject to no delay what* ever, in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of rlie deposit From St. Paul Through LethbrM|e to Spokane. It is rcpoitcti that when the C.l*. It.'s thi'oiig'h ro�vr>- to oint by the CPU. AMEND IT Agreement With tlectric Company. ACTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL Strict Supervision Over Boring for Gas. For that shabby feeling try a Semi-Ready Suit SeMom Never Cxe�ll�i, NAY BE STRIKE I'ossiliilitv iif Sfrioii.s 'i'rtlKjr. 'rriiiibli' a 'riifi-c is II po.ssibilily of n strlUo in iill till- niincs at TalMT. It is nrdcrstoofl a di-nUvml is It-ing- niadn for an n,^ of tliL- mines tliori- will onf;-.i.;v'' "MO.\IO\ ilKJlI lii\'KK l\.\IS|-AIL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA NANTON STAVELY PINCHER CREEK STRATHCONA PONOKA VEGREVILl.E AED DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LEAVINGS LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE. . -  MAWAOER EASTERN TOWNSHIPS at BANK ^ rxvn.u................  8,000,000 reserve............... $ 1,(R)0,0(M) HEAD OFFICE - - SHERBROOKE, QUE. \Vm. FAnwEr..!. - President .Tamiw M.vckinxon-, ; Oexeral Mana�ei{ 55 Branches and Agencies in Canada Two branches just oiiened in Alberta COLEMAN under the management of George Ewing TABER under the management F. E. Brine Tlio pfitronago of these localities is resix^ctfully solicited 8:iving8 Bunk Depirtment in Conrection Greneral Banking Business Carrie.1 On Eastern Townships Bank, Taber Popular Telephone Manager ferretl to Ijicomlie. Trim's W. .1. (Jal.tford. the popular t\nd enterprising manager of the Itell Telephone Co. is to bo transferred to Kieombc. The Hoard of Tr.nCltll. Manakkii Brancnes and Agencies at all tbe principal points in Canada Also In Liorxdon, Englar d. New York, Chicago, Spokane and Kewrfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drift! told aTSllibts At all polnti Io Ualted State*, Kurope and c.iuada lnl�r��t allowed on dopeaila at curraniVataa Lethbridge Branch - B. r. REEVE Hanagar The.O. W. ICerr 'Co. had a party of thirty Minnesota farmers at Warner last week. 'liu-y inadu e.vteiisive sales aid most of tho purchasers will iK-come actual .settlers. The company has arranged with a couple of gentleuion to take churijo of tho hotel and lumber business and livery barn at Warner, as well us to act as agents for tin; townslte. One of tho gentlemen was for si.\ years Sherill" of a Minnesota counly and the other counly auditor foi' four years. Iloth are men of means awl I'.xpcrience and will \tmc. iho'i' erf4)rls to build up Ihe new town. The company now owns 110,000 ae ics of land north of L IhbrUlge and it is boinft- nut on the uuirket. As (he . Iarar-ticularly amending tho agie.-ment to include the following. 'i'httt the iKiring imxchini'i-y be iip-(�rovod of by tin engineer ivpre.seiu -ii-g the city. That in any case the co-miiaiiy Hhall bofc to a luiuimuui, depth o 1500 feet, ending with a si.x inch casing, unless a quantity of g-as, re-gardeervise the boring, here. II replied that he would if he coiftil g-et leave from the C.P.Il. and Mr. Uog-ers has written for tha-t. It. Is hop...d that leave will be given, . and liie countAI will have him look over th groumi befoi-e decidiog where to bori> E.xpressions of opinion last nigiit wore in favor of the lu-ighborhood of the old well. Mayor Hogers sug-gesr-ed getting an oinlon on a couple of lots and boring on tliem rather tnnn on tho .street. Mr. Freeiiiaii announce*! that the :ompany had been negolialiug w.t . Mr. Orart, tho Medicine Hat bor^r. They had secured an oiler from him which was not wUal they vou\d. He woiiNI like to know whether thf having to slop iil I .")00 feet and asketl Mr. I'l-i-emau to sc�j if tlie cooi' pany could not make au agroenu^at so that at a depth of loOO feet tlurj would lie a six inch casing, and ih,; well could U! sunk to 2000 ft�t if desired. To this he agi-eod. Under tho agreeroont with the cit.v the company does not have to sirii-nut its contract to the approval of the cily coumil, or to consult the council about it. Mi. I'lVcman, however, .said iliat he desired to cc.nsuil them in order to satisfy fhe city nt cverj' stop. Already Men are Talking about Our Magnificent Display of Furs It's a inatier nf ojentTal coinnieiit. The splendid quality of Furs and Workmanship, and onr Decidetlly Maltjrale Prices. 'I'h matter had l>e,'n fli.sciiss d. the fiillowing resoliiiion mo\e.l Extra choice northeiii u2in. long. iSilKMK). .iig. Men's Racoon Coata skin.� JMuskrat, large Otter Collar, raisetl seams and ini%IMI� RBINB ffHBt barrel! buttons. Southard-s price, $57.50. nWtnUk VmimW MW THE HIGH SHOULDERED MAN. The high shouldered man is usually the strong man 1 His forbears-were probablv of procfiff-ious strength-accustomea to terrinc fniiscuiar exertion that made the.shoulder Iwnes Lugger 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 }i inch has to be taken the type is known as '4 high shouldered. For trie liigh shouldered man we require the following alterations. The biicb and fronts are shortened the required amount and the arm Type B High Shouldered \'ariation l.ole remains ihe same. V e tailor all Semi-ready suits to physiques. Since we have each seam pace v'i[\i outlets, it takes only two hours to make your suit fit as required Money back if there's the leait dissatisfadlion I wlien trying on! A. SOUTHARD Phone 100 y Mr. 'alteson, ii view liarnes secoiulc^l V as adopted, of the fact that Mr the li.iil insurance per acre as |>;iid by lb.-government system is not siiHic'fit to cover the cost of pulling in an acre of wheat and that the stock copipanies will insure for an amount nutro than double the governnienl limit and that a farmer can insure in more than one company thus guaranteeing a profit on the year's work, rosolveil that this Ho.ic I I place itself on recoivl .i.s beinu; in favor of allowing independent ilail Insurance Companies to do liii.siii;'ss in this pro^'ince or to have llw go\-nrninent incrca.se Ms insurance Io IJS per ncfo and that the Hoard ask j co-operation of all other Hoaivls of ,Trade in the province In this cr. W. .\. llamiUon said increa.sed levnloi- iiicoMiiiiodalion was iieci-s-sary. lie knew of a faniwr who liad K-en ill town willi oals aril could lot sell llii'iii. I'l'itz Sick .suiil !>. would have poii,5lil -thijiii. a. I.. Mil'hi-rsopi wnde su.iygosling iIkiI the Hoard endeavor to have (.'onion Miu'kav �. WKKKi.v MAitKi-rr ni-:i'('iir (l''iiriiisliifl ll^.l,'!- iiiid McLean ) Our )l a I ion-, fruiii I.i v-n-pool to-(lii,\' for Oiilario iiillle was 10.1 Io 1 I i-.Mils and ho- H-ailchi'i's ,S to !>,j r.Tils. �illi jii-fispi-cis lower, this is ihi' lowest point Louclird this .vejir. The local market still iviiva-ins very l.rid, iiioi>,' luitclier cattle being- on the market this week than could be of. mat - ^disposi'd i-i\(iii:i{ cuioicK wia>Di\(}. I.. II. flunter. manaavr i f Ihe Hndson's Hay stui'u at Pinclier Cieek was iiiarrietl a few days ago t ) M'ss Bessie llewitson, �ister of l>i- ll, ;