Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
* + VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1906. NUMBER 50 ^ Presentation Fall and Winter Styles SLATER INVICTUS SHOES Direct from the Geo, A. SIa*.er Shoe Factory, Montreal, we bring you the finest example of shoes made in Canada, Each shoo has tho sterling worth which lits it for all kiinln of weather in Canada. 1 1 Heo. A. Slater's IuvictUB Shoos at $4.25, $4.50, ?5, ?5.50, $6 The Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In LetV>ridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE raid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO . WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, A .at. Gent Manager BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THS UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMERS9 BANKING Ewjr facility afforded Farmer* for their baakiaff businet*. Sales Notes cashed or taken for collection* BANKING BY MAIL.-Depositis> Wm. Fauweli. Jamkk Mackixxox, |(iENi:iial Managuk Branches Agencies in Canada COLEMAN Hranches lately opened in Alberta TABER Ueorge K. Ewing. Manager Frank K. 1 tritii*. Manager Savings Rank Department in Collection (Jenerul llnukhm Business Carried On MONEY ORDERS issued payable at par at uny Imnk in Canada (Yukon excepted), also at principal point* in England and I'nitc 1 States, rate*: $3 and under $:>to$io... $10 to ............Mki to $50............15c Eastern Townships Bank. Taber Bank of Montreal KSTAI1IJS1IKI) 1817 CapMal �ll pM up Rtservcd Fund Balance Profit aad Lot* SI4.0N.M8 Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: BIGHT HON. LORD STAATHCONA AND MOUNT HOVAl*. Q. 0. W 0. VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. SIR OEOKUK A* DK9MMOND. K O. M. n. WILL STAY HERE Headquarters of Mount- LethbHdge Can Have a DIVISION HAS BEEN ENLARGED MEETING HERE ON NOVEMBER 6 Medicine Nit Taken From Mtple Local Fans Will Then Make A (.Special to H(>rnUI) Itcginn, *'!. 17.-l/?lhliHilgt! will n'luuin tho hf?ud of tho Mounted Police division, This ha* boon (Icilriuit u|ion by tho Mountoil |\>li.-anUioriUos. Atoitfcitio Hut 8(|tui value yd and two of r-'.ntrattco feo 81 each. Tho draw for tho first round is: K.H. IVssendon vs. V. II. V. Ton- \. M. Taylor vs. tt\ Tranimor. Or. Tailor vs. I*.. II. Wilson. IV fl. \\*xhIs vk. fl. K. \our.4*?. .1. I. Knkln vs. A. VI. Ives. A. ''. Ki'ith vs. V. V. lion not t. Dr. (*ampholl vs. A. W. Ilings. A I.tu'as vs. O. I". MacMicking \\. V Hnchanan vs. It. A. Itiddio. K. M. t)'l>onncll vs. II. Muclwth. .f. MaclK*th vs. H. Wliitmoro. TODAY'S WIRELETS Ontario UanW Will I'ay Sovonty IVr iVnt. tSpecial to Herald) Winnipeg. Oct. 17.-K.iv troy.*(l (he stables of (Mark Itros. aad IhiKhes andt^rtukors. team of hones, t)m*. hs�arsos, atnhulancos, do.xd wn^oti find InrK*' nni|lnor wf caskets destroyiKl. Several adjacent bath! -bigs uvre i'^troywl. The loss is .iboat 25,000. Winnipeg. Oct. 17. *lluildinff permits b�r ihe year amount to ?ll,* .'nO.OfMi; placng tho city sixth in ii*it �>f id! citi.�s on conn, t^algury, Medicine Hat and Hogina and efTortH are now being put forth to #.*t Mouse daw and l/MhbrM^o lo Join. A. II. Tidier of Calgary, who pipy-od ball in liOlhbrklgv eighteen yeuts and starifd Ihe game in St. Thoti as. Ont.. *J'J yonrs ago. "honcon" While of Kdiuoutoti mill das. Klein-big of Medicine Hni. and called on loon I baseball out hustasis it ml ur^ed t hem i *� (akif I ho mat lor up tind ha\ c I .othbridgo i*eptvsented. A conferenco was heid last night and the matter w.M lw definiio'y set tleil when the Ijengue meets nere on Nov. 0th. U is intended to havo n salary limit of $1,200 a month. The league woidd 1h? n��ociatetl with the National league and would have ;!s protect inn. I^thbrblge should ptd n eoorl pro- t'oHsionut team In the field. It \\ iH i�o a good nil for tho city and U Ihe experionee in other places is to be relied upon, the club can *o marie to pay. Th* rltl/en** would haw lots of Imll games during the reason and that Is just what ihvy FRIGHTFUL DEATH Toronto. Oct. 17.-Jbreotor M Oi\- tnrio bank stated I toitay that slar-hoblers would n*uli/v at loast seventy per cent. Wabigon. Ont., Oct. 17.- Iteftorls from I^iuivntinn mine boar out first reports that mine is richest in the world. Ore body discovered at JtO f��et extonds d*�wn two hutulivil f*fc�t and is richer with depth. Anthony Ilium. Hoston. is tlie sole owner of lids mine and ho has placed work '.u hands of |(. |t \i�'ii.-r^an. mining engineer. Voting Man Found J l'nder a Horse. A loiribje accident happened ne.n* Cardnton last week. .V farmer discoverod a horse 1 dead on the prairie. (Jo.ng over to it, the body of a young limn �\�s found beneath it. His horse had stmnbliNl and bro on its neck in fatting, it eu\c*rw >oung man who ju-ovihI to ho Kore^t l^vmnti, a fi*�te��n >oar old Ihi.v, and he was unable to extricate hints 'if tliough the marks on tho ground tt dicnte that ho made a terrible struggle to pull hiitiM'h' from und-t die horse. The accident i�. b��lU'Viu| to have >era house managers nt *'d-gary on Monday. It is proposed lo form a protect ivo organl/alion Proper booking ua*tho and nil adrift from W. II. Shotmai:. �h* has been tlireeling a i heat r.cal cait for some l one The manage* are dissa (isf'utl with Ibis s.vstom News reache.l the idly lil.s wei�k 4if tho dentil �>i i:d. (iallivau, who ro� centi.N leit here, with his wife ii> i| chibl. o�r Ins oUl home in Kingston Ont Mr tbiliiMin had not )�o.>u in KOi>d health for some time, lie well Inoun h.ic ami was at times . aipluwW .n ihe t'ustoms and CP. It. t'reiuht unices He was a brother of Or M OalltMtn. Till: ri.\l\soF LKTIIItltlOCK ii - XUHAIHCT IO00 AUUKSIKO Ath, aged 78 years. He was one of the pioneoc settlers of Arrau Township, llruce Count v. Krank 1! H.vde, exhaustiii by days of la'wtr li^nriiiK ""I how a pro it was to l�- uiaUe mi buntier. itecidod t�t tftk^ a '.acr.nt spnt. It is oven protected by a bylaw The rider was sph*�t and taken before ihe *M>eak" ami paid $lo tor his trip and $H.to oxcess bagga^' Mr Ilyde was ms>u b> the Herald represejitative. JJe had iusi raised the price of scantling in �' pa.\ the fare and was in good hiiinor. Aske/l for an explanation of his hideous conduct. Mr Hyde replied with a faltering yoic" I was cucouruKod to take the trip across t he si pin re hecnusv I hud observed some of our c.ty fat hern riding their uh��els on the sidevalUs Out then 1 am only an ordinary ciit/on and I tjuite understand." TIM K TAIU-K. �MI A N't IKS. KI.KITKO OKKUM-.HS Th;� public school literary society has Delected those officers: Hon, Pres.-W. A. Hamilton. Pres.-I. o. Ximmons Vice Pros.--V. Crofts. Sec re. I a ry � IX X i m m o ns. Treasu rer-11. Kinni burgh. Prog. Committee-Misa Kils, K. Cook, O. Oliver, d. Conn, P. MI* bach. Important changes have been made in the, A.M. & I. time* tablo and they wIP he appreciated by tho travel -ling public. Trains lea\e here as nv nal at 7.HO in lho> morning for thirds ton and fJwat Kails. Ihe (Hurtston train will reach here on the return trip at Ave minutes to six in the evening. The Oreat Kails train will reach here at 8.20, in ste/jd of 11.30. The train roach's f'reat Kalis much outlier than in the pant. ^1 - f - Honett All Through Best I Becauftt M*4e to ' 1 t I . '�Z i V Soini-ipinly tailoring h not a prmluct. of yimtenlay. Each Seini-roatly suit represents the cvoiniion of many yoar� of steady ami Btrennons eziierienoo. An "klen" ten years ago, Semi* rcmly in ifMJny ma -iLlwiI." lleiitleiiion linvtMP-c^tetl ihe dress reform of the new century will relief and satisfaction. To lie able toilet enlhired and relined looking garments made from really good eloth, tailored by en most workman who take pride in their workmanship, and to have these clothes so nearly ready for wear that they enn be finished in two hours. That is Semi-ready Tailoring Today The Semi-ready eloihes are ready to try on, so that a gentleman can tell at a glance whether lie likes the style, tho eolor. the tone and the personal suitability of either suit or overcoat, Semi-Ready Suits I a .� Are tailortd to physitpie types--Tyiie A is for the short man, Type B is for the normal man, Type C is for the tall thin man, Typo F,is for the fat man, etc. Send us your correct height and weight and we can tell exactly the type that will Kt yon. Without any exception we warrant the fit, ilia wear, the color and tlie all round quality of tho Semi-ready suits. The written guarantee which you will tind in the pocket of the Semi-ready garmettt means unreservedly just what it says. �I * 1 t V 4 -1 Double Breasted Sack Suits Whieh have a distinctive style worth getting, have the long roll collar, with the correct three-button front ami are without side or centre vents in tin* baek. This suit at $20.00 is made of line l�lnno/. Serge, of that exquisite solt woolen texture whieh is so pleasing. You may have it also in Tweeds and Worsteds at $15 $20 and $25 Evening Dress Suits and Tuxedos Are made in line dress Worsteds and Yieutms. ()nly IKe lieat silks an* used for linings. Full lress and Tuxedo suits are eritieal tests of eluthes niakintr. Yon may look when* you will and pi�y / what you please but you'll yet nothing Utter than / Semi-reatlv ]>resb Suits. Semi-Heady Dress Suits made at $25. $30. $35 and $40 Silk Seal of the ScmhuaJy are bound So nTnny spurious imitations of the real Semi-ready hate been offered that to impress upon the reader that the trade mark of the company is engraved clearly on a silk label, and one of these, with the price of the garment marked on it. is sewn on the inside of the pocket of the garment. That the Semi-ready system saves from $5 to and even 820 on a suit is not so important. No gentleman can be meagre in his dress, nor should he spare in good ideality. Uood dress has too much to do with ones success in life. The neatly dressed man has the advantuge over his careless brother. Shoddy clothing is the first steo towards shabby living. That is why we must eschew the suit sold under $15, for $1."* is the dividing lino between the good and the unknown. No genuine Semi-reatly suit is bold t'sr less than $!�>. Semi-ready Wardrobe is coducted by The place for Correct Outfitting! 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