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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta HeraM yoLiliiiE 1 LETIIBRIDGE, ALBEBTA. TUUnSDAV. OCTOBER II. 190G. NUMBER 40 WOLSEY THK ONE aUREUMrnHmiNHABtm UNDERWEAR So perfect is the process iliat;'WolMy't ia known froni one eiiil of the Dominion to tlio ottitfr HB the nndor\V�ar "tlmt �lo�!8 noi shriak. Bny Wolsey'a now ftnd aftur kwpiny you �nti(i;ly warm all winter you will fiiul it. just a� easy, jnst as stiaiH-Iy as the day you bought it. Tf yon want underwear tliat won't ahrink, that ean't shrink, insist on huvinp: WoiMy't theone sure unihrinkuble umierw(?ar. Si'/en ' to suit all tigures, weights to suit all climates JSMfORTHAIfM The 2 Miftcs Only �xclu8iv8 Men's Outfitters ' InLet^bridge IS THE (CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE f ti4-ttp tapital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,800,000 mm SEIZED Lump Had the Jaw AafON TAKEN lY AN OFFICIAL Nest or tlic Animals Were Frem Western Alberta. . HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ^t. I. WALKER. General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Awt. Geh'l MawK(M BRAMCRBS TRBOVOHOUT CANADA, AMD IN TBB X^!T3D STATES AND ENGLAND BkllkiNC BY fMAIL IwilMt- amy WtTAWUMtod by mail with any bnuieh Bank. Aeeonais ,iilay b� opeaWd, and d�poflit� wItlUbWwa bfliiall. Bvery atteatimi la piM' BRANQIlis 'IN;r|y|PBRTA LEAVINGS ^ * NANTON STAV "^tl^ETIiBRIOCB piN(bHiR CREEK ST..... ' \ ^ |IU;il UIVEK MKOICINB HAT �Eto l|t�a /^�RMIIiIp?|| I/KTASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH r. (�. k. NOURSE. llANAOBR lASTERNl "^'OWNSilPS ; ^ BANK capital .$;{,0(X),000 be,�i:rve, aii�)0.(HX�, HEAD 0|FICE ^. . SHERBROOKE, QVE. SVJ�. Fahwell - PnUSIDUNT James Mackisxox, I Gexeral Manaoku 55 Branches and Agencies in Canada Branches iatttly oijentnl in Alhurtu COLEMAN TABER (leorgo E. Ewing. Manager t^rank E, l^ine, Afunnger ------ Savings Bank Dop-irtniont in Connection General Banking Business Carried On MONEY ORDERS issued payable at par at. any Iwink in Canada (Yukon excepted), also at princiiul points in England and IfniteJ Stjites, rates: * $3 and under....;........ 3c $10 to $30............10c $5 to $10...............oc $30to$"iO............}-)c Eastern Townshi|Mi JMmkt IVil^ Bank of Montrea ESTARLI8HEI) 1817 Capital all MM up...................SI4,NI.M0 RtMrveiFHNd...................... IMie.ill Balaice Profit lad Loss.............. Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: , aiOHT HOS. LORD ilTRATUUO;IA AMD MOtTMT KOYAL. li. O. M. O, VICE-PRESIDENT: HON, 8IK OKOKOH A. DHIfMMOMO. k. c. H. o. R. .1. CbOUSTOM. GcnciUI. MAKAnKil Brancnea and Agencies at all U:  principal points in.Caniidn Also iii London, �inglai d. New York, Gliica'ija, Spolcane and I'ewfdundlan.d A Travellers' Circular Letterspf Credit and Commercial Credits issued (or us(B in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Dirafu Mid tvalUbleit all point* Id Ualted Sum, Kurops and al�!i Lethbridtf.. Branch - ti^J^"" (.S|>e�'inl to KctruUI) WihtiiiiOf,'. Oct. ll.~l>i-. rhuilcs Littlu. VoU.-rinury Inspector for the City ilwiUli PoimrtiJirnt, yestcnU.v Tiinulo Ik liitf sei/.uro of citttte at' tJi�� C!ML .sfofk ynrds. Thr; aiiimulfi wtti'B-sulTcritig from liiiii|Hlv(.! un.iiinl.s in all rmlcd to p.T.iK ihi- v'jtcriniirv exiiinination. A roMMlS.HIOX Al'VOlNTKU. (Special to Jk>ral'nn>eiit. hns appoinieJ a coniiiii.ssion for the revision ami conj^oiicJft'tion of the stutiic of the ]'ro%'iiK-c oi Saskatchewan, umi of the Ordinances of the Noc* west in force thereir.'. The coni-inission consists of lion. .Iiislico UoLinoie. .liiKticc Xuwlunds, .liistnre I'rendi'rgnst, iMI. McGiiirv, K.C. Chief �liistico, the Meini>ers of the lO.xeiiitlve Council, F. W. G. llani -lam, K.i'., Krank Ford, Deputy Al-tori.fv CJcneraL .1. F. Craine, Law Olerk. lion. Mr. .liistico Wotmorc iK AIILK. ' left heiv yesterday for liKlie. (Snecial io ll.'r.ild) t'liicat.'o, Oct. 11.-Nationals >von lhi> second ball tranie from theiAiii'-r-icans 7 to 1. Cold weather w.'is re.fponsihie for many errors. covsicnvATivKS WIN mw MA.IOIIITV. Ottawa. Oct, O.-As �ias �ntici|>,it-eil, White, ConservMive, carrit'.l North IJoiifrow liy a large majority. Me was opposed hy two l.ilierals, Thomas Mmxa.v niul .A. McKa.v. The riding- was previously l'ons(>rvative. riyiVi'liroleials iiia.x- loso (.!.' posits. URFAVKUV COXTIIACT LK'I". The contract for the a�l(lition t" the I^lhliitdgo Iii�wery has been awarded to Smith Hros. and Wilson. The extension will .'ihoiil ^^(*,� 000. It ;� intendod to eventually enlarge the l.)iv!ttery until the north elevation will l)e 112 feet itigh and the entire ItiAlding 1U.'> leel square. The work to lui done l.y Smith Hros. awl W.l.son is a ivct slor..'y addition to the south, 125 feet Iv '10 feet. It will Im Imilt of bri .istric^, Ftvsiclcnl Hhcjruiun of the V.H.W. of A., is �n SsHrity today. He inforined Iho jfl^akl that an ai^reement wiui signed yesterday with the Talxjr nvine which rnjcogui/es the union check olf, ond consents to an eight hoiii* iUiy not later than .Apa.v for cofll at run .�>! miiic i.H jit a basis of 2,U4U poun Is to IIk! ton. SO cents a ton i.s paid, loading after machines. iMr. Sherman says siniilur ugr-'e-iiienis will be signed bv the iMhei' iivines at TalH-r tiMhiv. All the a(,^re�'iiieivts ri'iiiaiii in cl^'e t until 1st Xov. IWOT.' lira HANK kaim uii. (Special to H.-rald) Xew York, Oct. 11.-.1. M. Cabcl-los, bankers, failed today. Liwhil i:-ieu 84,000,000. Thfry were lai'trelv inlcresteil in Oirha. MOUK Altn'F-STS^fcX PKCTKP., (Special to Herald) Ottawa, Oct. 11.-Maclaren Bros, have succeeded in getting siifncient non-union men to re.sumc o|)erati6ns at their ramp at niickingham. More arrest.-j are expected on tioth sides. , YOl.VCJ MKN'S 'r sessioiv. on Moadus; evenihft- iindei-uiwpicloim cmnimjstuiices. Fu:iy sixt>^i young men w^re pre.sent d jr-ing tl>e evenlrig and freely e.xpres.sut thoir pleaMin; in jteeing the rhiij unec mora', throwinf^ o|H'I} it.s doi'i-s and prov.dtng a place of cheerful anj helpful associatioi.n: 1^ parlor w as brightly lighted and taslefuU.v !>r-rangfHl with pictures and fnrhishia.ijs that sive to it a vory homelike !(>-pearance. ('urrent- papers and mag-a/ines were plenlifull.v. provided a�i'i tables, with chess and other gam ?s upon them woiie surroundeti by iii-tttrested groups. In the ndjoiniii,? room a r.. Cra^H. K. \'. Dooloy. The fees were tixctl at S1.>>0 i goneriil memlx'rship; Siri.OO with gymniisiiim instruction and use i-i the b.-iths. The parliirs will Im� opeiieil evei> evening from " to II. a pi'iiKi'aiii fur the season s wori is l�'iiin' |iri-pai'ed tluit will gi." many ii |.|eiis:iMt evening. I'liOl' ((ililtKSI'OXDKNTS. Names 1)1' Those Who lleportejl in I lie l.elhbridge Pistrict. Siiue the crop i"eport, cail.'ieil sn much di.>icii.ssii)n it will tie inleri'Sl � .ng to know the names of tlie geiiHe-men rtlio fiinilished the stutislics oi which the t,ethbridge district i" -port �iis bii.seil. The.v were as ful-lows. acciMib'iig (o Iht! oOn'i;!! 'n.n Wii). lb-own, Oleichen. T.lO, It. W. �. A. Moiiiv, Itiiymond. T. G. 11. 20 & 21, W. 1. Th.^i). nriuirlley, Siiiliiig. T. O. I! 10, W. 1. I�. K. .Slawsoii. Ora.'^ T. 10, n. 12, W. 'I. W. A. lli'.iiiilloii, l.'lli'i-i (.vj -. 4 8. II. 21. W. i. \V. Ilussell, Taber, T. lO, R 10, W 4 W. W. TulxM-, T. 0, n. 10 w. t. II. A, SiiggitI, l>'thbridge, T. C, I?. 20, W. 1. nCAIKIKl* WITH .STEAM SC. young Pane named SchniUlt, w s !St�d by Chief I'lirry yeslerda.v instruct.ons from the Chief of V'oikv at Calgary. Schmlilt is cbai-with sieuling a gold valch. it'> only married .i week ago iit N'anton. urn on ger?l|lft**S short man. Tyije B is for the normtd man. Type C �� -'~ for the wear, the color and the all round quality of the,Semi: r�^a�ly suits. The written guarantee which yon Will tind in the pocket of tlie Senn-reiuly gi^^ unreservedly just what it says.^ - .  Double Breasted Sack Suits Which have ti distinctive style worth getting, have the long roll collar, with tiie correct throe-button front and are without aiile or oentn- vouls in the back. This suit at $20.00 la niadt* of fine Ulnno/ Serge, of that exquisite soft woolen te.xiiire which is so pleasing. ' '. You may have it also in Tweeds and Worsteds at $15, $20 and $25 Eveiung Dress Sint^ and Tuxedos Are made in fine dress Worstetls and Victinas. Only the liest silks are used for linings. FuU tiress and Tuxedo suits tire critical tests of clothea iiiakin^;. Yon may look where you will .iiid iiay / what you please but you'll yet nothing b�.tter than St'iiii-ready Dress .Suits. Scuii-Ready "Dress Suits made at $25. $30, $35 and $40 Silk Seal sf the S�mi:nady So iminy epnrious imitations of the Kifd Semi-ready have been otferetl that we are toaad ' to impress u|kiii the re��hr that the trade mark of the cotiqiany is engraved clearly on a vilk Jabel,^-^ aiul and even $20 on a siiit li^riot so important. . ) . �; . i.�� �^�^7'^;:-J No gentleman can be meagre in his dress, nor should he spare in good qiiality. Good dieii has too n)uc)i to do with one's success in life. The neatly dresseil man has the advantage ov^r bli careleaa brother. Shoddy clothingis the first step lowanls shabby living. That is why WA mt^^^ eschew the suit sold under $15. for Siij is tlie dividing lino lietween the good and the uhkiibwui No genuine >Semi*rea�ly suit h sold far less thiin \. ^:'r}?':'::^:^ ;