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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald iiliiPiii VOLVME I LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1906. NUMBER 56^^[ Presentation of the Fall and Winter Styles GEO. A. SUTER INYICTUS SHOES FOR MEN Direct from the Geo. A. Sla^er Shoe Factory, Moii-treal, we brinK you the tiii-OBt example of shoes niiiile hi Chiiu(1k. Encli slion lins the sterliiip; worth which fits it for all kintlii of weather in Cunndu. (leo. A, Sluter's InvictUB Shoes iit H2S.l4.S0.fS, $$,�>. �6 The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Let^bridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Ptitf-up Capital, $10,000.000. Beierv Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO B. WALKER, GaiMral AUnsger ALEX. LAIRD, Ami. Gm'I MsMfir BBANCHB8 THROUGnOVT CANADA. AMD IN TBB UNITED STATB8 AND XNOLAND A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTID rARMBRS' BANKING Wtmy tuHUtj aff�rd�d Farmera for tlMlr Iwlring taslBMs. SalM Notes oaahed or takm for collection. BANKING BY MAIL.-Deposit* ni:iy be made or-withdrawn )tf Bail. Out*of-town sccountii receive every attention. CALOARY CLAKKSIIOLM KIMIO.MON llir.ll KIVKR I\MHI-A1L BRANCHES IM ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON STAVELY LETUBRIOGE PiNCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD rONOKA VEGREVILLE MEDICINE HAT �ED DEER VERMILION . WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C fi. K. NOURSB. . MAWAOBR EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK a� capital .$;},(xx),000 ' bbsebTe, |l,f*iOO.(KXJ HEAD OFFICE - . . SHERBROOKK, QVE. Wm. FaRWELL - presidevt Jambs Mackiknox, | Ogveral Maxaokr S5 Branches and Agencies in Canada Branches lately oiiened in AUterta COLEMAN TABER Georjje E. Ewiiig, Munuger Frank K. liriiie. Afiinngor Savings Biink Department in Coukection General llankiug Business Carried On MONEY ORDERS issueil payable at par at any Iwnk in Canada (Yukon excepted), also at principiil luints in England and Unite! States, rates: and nnder............ Uc �J0 to $30............10c 13 to 110...,........... ,5c $30 to $50............lac l^astom Townships Bank, Tober Ji I Bank of Montrea ESTABLISIIEI) 1817 CiyiUi all paU MP.............. RfMrvciFaad.................. Balaacc Profit aad Los*.......... .Si4,IM.lM . i9.lll.tN MS.I5* Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: alSHT hon. lord STaATHUOMA AND .mount royal. o. c. h. o, VICE-PREftDENT: hon, sta'oaonuR a. nagMMOMD, k. r: m. n. k,,�. clouston. OKCIUI. UasaokH Brancnes and Agenoies at all tl-a principal points in Canada Also ill liondon, Englai d, New York, Chicago, Spokane and t^c wfoundland Travellers' Ciroular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits isaued lor use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drtlti toM tvaUable at all point! In United Ststea, Rurope and Canada Interent allowed on depesila at current Irate* Lethbridge Branch - . BCCVE ,er WILL STAY HERE Headquarters of Mounted Mice. division hasIeen enlarged Ncdicinc Ntt Taken From Uipk Creek. (Special to llci'iilcl) ItcKiiia, Oct. 17.-IxJthhridgo will Ktill miiuiri thu head oS the Mounted I'olicu division. This hos l)C�n dcili'dutt upon by the Moiintcil Toli.' authorities. .Mcdiuino Hal si|iiadi-i�i will ))e Clhlirihu� wan to Iw added ut MncU'od district. The news will m' refoived with much saitisfiK'lion Iv iMir citizens. LEAdiTBALL Letlib^ldge Can Have a Place. NEETIN6 HEREoi^november 6 T.KTiii-.iUiiCE tioi.K ci.rn. .A .'iwcepi^tuk'c hivndirn)) has been .'irrunctHl for Thanksgiving D.iy. phiy to io>nnwni:e at 10 a.m. sharp. I'hn pi'.xes will' lx> value t(h vs. II. Whitmore, TODArTwiRELETS Local Paris Will Then Nike a Decision. l.ot1ibriil|rc has nn opportunity to enter the Western t'lmada jiroless -innal buscliall lengui-, which was organised at Me Kut and lti�d. A conference was held last night and the matter w.ll '>o dofinilo'.v set tlcfl when the League meets nure on iVov. 0th. It is intended to have n salarj' iinvrt of 91,200 a month. The league would tic asiioeiated with the Xat-ionnl IvNigiK? nnrt would have its protection. l�tnbridge should put n rood pro-fesftlonnl team in the field. It will lic a good nd for the cit.v and -i the experience in other places is to be rolled upon, the club can �e marie to pn.v. Tho citizens wonld haw lots of iMill games during the soiiKon nnd that is .jtist what they vant. Ontario Hank Will I'ay Cent. Seventy IVr (Siierial to. Herald) Winnlr>og. Oct. 17.-F.re dostroyod the stables of tJlark llros. and (lughes unditrtakers, team of horie.>er of caskatR desti'oyod. Several ndjaceifvt builel -ings wore i>'�troyetl. The loss Is-about $2.1,000. Winni|�og. Oct. 17.-llniUling Iter-iiiits lor the year anio.mt to fllr .-)00.000: jilncng the city sixth in list of all cities on contiK"nt. Tornnlo. Oct. 17.-Director Ontario bank sintcsl toitny that s1:are-liolders would realiao at least .sov^n-t.v per cent. Wabigon, Ont., Oct. 17.- Iloports from I.4iuivntinn mine bear out Tifst reports Ihnt mine is richest in thi' worM. Ore bo�l,v discoveretl at JiO feet extends down two hundivd fdt and is richer with depth. Anthony nium, Itoston. is the sole owner of this mine nnd he has placcoad I?ndi.-r Horse. .A icn-iblc accident happened ne.ii-CardHton last week. A farmer discovcretl a horse I diead on the prairie. G'o.tig owr to it, the body qf a yiuuiig nmn was found beneath it. lli.i horse had stuniblotl nnd bro/.-en its neck in (ailing, it coverwl ilu-yoimg Hian who prove.?i toyman, a sixteen year old Imy, and he wus unable to extricate himsoif tliough the marks on the ground ii:-dicntn that he m.-ule a terrible struggle to pull hinislr from \inder ilie horse. The ai'cian in goo�l health for some time. He was �vll l-.nown here and was at times emplo.veil .n thf Ciislums ami CI It. freiirht oDicos, lie was a brother of Dr M. fiallivan. Tin: n.AiNsor i.KTiinitincii:. Fr.-vnk K. II.Mie, exhausted by days of lalx^ir ri| I'lains i>i .Vbiahani, the scjuaiw's a .sacred spot. It is even protected by a by 1.1 w. The rider was spied and t.aken befor-e the "Ixiak" and paid .810 for his trip and f^.i't e.xci-.ss baggapv. Mr.llydo was seen l)y the Herald lepres-enlalivo. He had iusl raised the price of .scantling in order lo pay the fare and was in good humor. Asked for an explnna-Uon of his hideous conduct, -Mr, Hyde re|>lied with a faltering voic" was encoiiragie' 'tlieii- ahwls on the .sijievalks Uut then I am only an ordinary 'Till,/.en and I quite understainl." TIMI':: TAIILK CHA N'OKS. Important changes have been made in the..A.Il. & t. time tHl>lc nnd they wii; bo appiv>cial�l by the travel -Ung public. Trains leave here as as-iinl at 7.no In tho^ morning f>>r Cardston and Croat Fulls. I he CardNton train will reach here on Hw I'eliirn trip at five minutes to silt in tho evening:. 'I'he Omit Fall.s train will reach here at 8.20, in stead oC II..10. The train reach >atly Buit repreienU thli ovnliilioii of many years of steady ami atrennons experienco. � An "idea'' teu years ago, SeutMi^M rondy \n todtiy nn "iiii*a1." Gentienipn have at'cc^jted the dresa reform of the uew century 'Witli^?^Y rt'lif'f antl .'^tisfaction. To he able to yotcuK tired and refined looking garuiente made from really good cloth," tolloieds; byrarnest worknmn who take pride in their workmanship, anil to have ' these clothes so nearly; ready for wtmr that they can 1)0 tinished in two honrs. ^ That is Semi-ready Tailoring Today Tho .Sonii-ready cloflies are ready to try on, ao thiit a gentleman cnii tell at a glance whether. he likes tlif style, tlie color, the tone and the p�'rsoiial suitability of either suit or overcoat, Semi-Ready Suits Are tailortnii-K(>ady Dress Suits made at $25. $30. $35 and $40 Silk Seal of Iht Scmi-.Tf ady So n'inny spurious imitations of the Teal Semi-reody lifivf beon ofl'ereil thai we are bound to ininress nix)n the reader that the trade mark of the company is engraved l-Jearly on a silk lube]. and one of tliese. with the price of the garment marked on it, is sewn on the inside of the fNKsket of the garment. That the Semi-ready system saves from $5 to $15 and even $20 on a suit is not: so imijortant. has too is tlieilividiuK line between the pood and the unknown.' No genuine Semi-ready suit is sold far less tliaii Jilo, Semi-reAJy Wardrobe is codueted by The plaet for Corrcet Outfittlaga PHONE 100 ;