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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Presentation Fall and Winter Styles Candidate Direct from the (Jto. A. Sifter Shoe Factory, Mon. trail, we bring you tliu tin* est example of shoes made in Cnimdu. Each shoo tins the sterling worth which fit* it for nil kinds of weather in Canada. (Jeo. A. Sinter's Invictus Shoes at |4.2S, 14.50, }S, S5.S0. f6 Macs Only Exclusive Hens Outfitters In L^Oibridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 Mayor ItogerH announced to the Horn Id yct*tordity that ho would not Iks a rnntllrinlu for re-election us mayor. Jlo salt! (hut he hint scr.Mil �omo time in the council nml felt that ho shoulil rt?Uiv. Oili'/on* will Iwirn of lho Mayor's ifoclston with rcgrol. il Iiah been a inoHt mnxcicntUMiH uiul a'�lo admin-Istratnr. Jml>tk\l uUh u progressive tptrlt, h� woh alwayK energetic In HitvoctYttng humimuvs that would buUil \\\\ the riiy. Mon of ihaL stamp hiv needed ul th. II, Prn�er,varrt to he transferred to thrt prairie provinces, IMstr'ct police posts at Mayo and Olntfor have l>cen closed down for the Wiii * ter ns well us police hospitals. At White Horse and Onwsoit police pnltents will* l>e cared for in lHeen sold and it Is intended to dispose of a largo numher of help horses mo dog* kept at Ihiw son nost. Ahout the only work to he carried on during the coming winter will lv* the ^emflnpr of a patrol from linwson I ) Fort McPhcrson at the niouih 0fi|,� MacKenxie na was sticcessftdly done HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO i. K. WALKER, General Manager ai.�x. LAtKo, am. o,i ANOTHER RAILROAD BANK MONEY ORDERS tttOID AT TMt FOLLOWING NATES: *S and under....................... 3 cents Ovtt SS and not tsceedlajt $10...... 6 cents M tit " - $30...... 10 cents m *� " - 190...... 13 cents Taeee Orders are Payable at Par at any office In Canadu of a Chattered See* (Yskos Mcapted), and at the principii banking point* In the United State*. � accrual. � at a map put a at THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. LONDON. ENG. sa e ice Ilea I satthod of remitting small sums of money wits and at smell coat. To Itun I'Yom Lethbridge to Hnrtne,.' in Manitntm. last year. These change* will induce the force in the Yukon to . consideralde extent. ceWWres CAI.OARV CLAUKSIIOLM KOMOXTON men uivr.u l\\\ISr,\IL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA NANTON LEAVINGS LETH BRIDGE MACLEOD AIKDICIXR HAT AKD DEER STAVELY PINCIIER CHEEK STKATIICONA PONOKA VEOREV1I.LK VEKMtMON WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. d. K. NOURSE. Manager EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK On m wn. Oct. 20.-Tin* Vrn u\ .rd Hay nnd Si. Mary's Knltw.iy t  m-puny wilt apply next session for '*n net authorirltiff the company to ron-struct nnd ofK�rate an chtensive 1111 dortakiiiK. belnff a continuation i� its railway from the pivsont tonn-ImiK at Lethhridge, southeaswrly to I Mike Vaknghkoe, tlience in a general ensU-rly direction liy most f.-visthlo route throuuh the provimvs of Al-Is^rta and Saskatchewan, south of f\vpn*ss hills alon(c Frenchman n*vr nnd north of Twelve mile lake and Willow Hunch lake 10 llnrfney. in the province nf Munitotxi, with | o\v* or to connect with the CnnaU'Mb Vorthem railway at Hartney, out to increase the capital stock.of the lompnny to S2o.OOO,000, ami to extend the time limited hy the acts i*es|hh'l injr tin* company for commencement and compel it ion nf I'm undertakings. For the I'rovltire of S*oikutchewnn. MmiUotui and Vllterlit (S|.....tut Id lliUMld) til titwn. -Oct. W.-roinphne ,*� -turns nf qdi-quenninl censtis o( ttv three prairlo provinces will not >>e avallahle until next. week. So far they have been made up they demonstrate that Manitoba's poputution has IncrenMMl forty |�er cent in the years; Alberta 05 per reni and Saskatchewan 1H0 per cfW) Safikatchewnn ... Ol.ftuO 257*)00 BORING FOR GAS OlflO MAYOIt mtOWNKH (Apecinl to ll.T.tld) r thituth. fk:t I'.V-Ma.vor (\ A. 8ny-iler of Hay 1 on. OlAo. was drown *d while hunting Whiteftsh IU\. Lake Superior capital .121,000,000 RKAI) OFFICE Wm. Fauweij. ftl^URVn, $ltti0tlJMNI SnERBKOOKK, Ql'E. PltUSIIiKNT P**troli�n Fominuty l*lkely to for �. IV. 1 >Iame.rgo K. Kwiug. Mmtn^or Frank E, liriiio. Manner Savings Bank Dt^i'trtinont in Couurctioa Uonoml lluaking Uurtim^ft Cnrrusl On MONEY OKOKRS issued imynhK' at par at any Iwtuk in Cuumb (Yukon oxc^pU^I), also at princiiuil |kiiiiIs in Euglaml anil V-titf 1 Ktntt*s, ratos: $l0to*:io............|0o $:i0 to $Til)............lac $5 ami umlttr............ Hi* $5 to 910...............ut* Eastern Townships Bank, Tatar At Monday night's Coui.cil to.*et -i�ie; It was nnnouniiyl hy Mr. Freo- man that h? haeen corresponding with *)uk. IVvt and Hons, l*etro1ia, Ontario, und had teen infonnett hy them that they woldd contract to sink a well lftOU it. with a six inch casing at ITiOO ft. for $|0,00O They also stated thtit they were ready to Uuwl tlieir outfit on 'he cars ImnuHliutely. In view of this vlmt he Inul cor. templattHl was that the tF�lectric couij pany should lot ho re iisi^lf l*ul enter into a contmct with this fir:u to do the work. Ah the draft agreement had Uvn I'ran nut with a view to the pussihiUt*. of tin* Fleetric Company's doing th.� work itsvlf, severnl (inures uei-* amended. Itoring may then \*o expects! I.* IMAIIiilt \ ntlX Flflt ItF.S. {Special to IK*ruld) Ottouu. Oet Immigration 'n to ('uunda for Jui> unit August totaled ;io.�l�m. which repn�sents an �n-creoso of FJ.001 over the corivspon-ding months i' 10^5. Of new com -ors 2d,07n arrivetl ut octuin ports and O.'.MM) inun the I'nlted States. . UI.KIi'llKV IIYIM*;i�KCTIOw. (Simh'uiI to U^raltl) Culgao. Alia. th. t\�i-rervntive iwiu imtion on Vov. 1. i:\sr I'l IS F|� MtiNKY. ]juhbrntK*' Wooli.'it Mills l�ooksCIood *n t'tipitulists. U*gii. us soon Bank of Montreal here ami is got in order. However the directors of the F.nv-ti'.c Light (*o. uill con uder iheuuti- ler first. The f*-tlil�ri� nut'ciurcu at iJ:TintniiK;i: EST A RUSHED 1817 Cspllsl att MW K�af rve. FtHMl isli�c� Profil aatf Lass ...............   mm-*imwwv ...................... lt.Mt.IN Head Office. Montrea' PRESIDENT: KIQHT HOH. LORD 8UUTOOOVA A MO .MOUNT ROVAb. 0 0 M C VICEPRKf TDENT: uom. si a aaoaaa a. naOMiioiiD. k c, m. n. Branones and Agencies at all tl'S principal points in Canada Aisoi*j London, Englai d# Nev/ York. Chicago. Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers* Circular Lettersc� Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts sold available at all point* In United States Ktirope ami tianatU lnt�r��l allowed on d#poalla ail curr�nt>et#a MtHpcine Hut, Oct. 22- Uiv to have no terror for the gang m' confidence men operating along the t'row's Nest ItuUway. This morn another of their vied.ins ulio got us far as Medicine Hat uas ronunittetl as a lunatic to Maple i'r.ek barrac lie \\4is u llringitritiu iroiu the I'Vattk mine vvhcjv he had U�en w irking for three years and was uii n.'. way to the other snle for a hob.I when he was spoltetl on the train and drugged in I>*tabridge. lH*mg sont on here, wlunv he w�*nt violent insane and had to hw- niaii, Ib-iiiilbn-tl, flnl., Oct IT City Clerk. |^l)|b)tdge. Itecvi vihI S12,�>oo in payment oi $la*i,0ou prefen*nre stock. MiMticin>* Hat Woollen Mills now called l^th bridge Woollen Mills Co.. ItWK OF MOXTItFAK. Mr Mi Chei-suit is prov ing that i.e s a man oi' ht^ wor.l aiat In* is al.o hhoa ing io the tlmivhoUlers here, that the men w iih the nmney Uowu easih.Me abtuuluut faith in the woollen mills to bo established here. It is understood that Mr. Mcpherson and K I- Goold, the proitv-inent lirantford manufacturer. ure putting up most of the money them- Ki'lVPS. In another column the Woo*leu Mdl Co. is asking for lenders lor the, erection of three brick buildings. The main Imih&ng will be ICO ft. by 00 it. three storeys high with a i>asement. The engine and boiler house will be 10 ft. by AO fl. and the picket house will bo .10 ft. by 25 ft. V .til m 8liototfio�t no mora tbatr old jtyl*. fumUI. all the latest dMigni. V- * V 1" Walk-Ov�rM H!ioe� l.aye wear out but they won't give out while out. That's worth considering. Tkty Will Wtar AM That's one point In common with all other tiiakes. OMbllng in SkoM - i - � --  ,Vv-** Is just as unprofitable as any other forni^of'' gauililing. You are bound to loa^ in the \Mf^ a# run. You take no chanoes when you buy "Walk-Ovar/" Ask Aiiybotly. Worth CoAti4ering Paying more for it ilmMm't make the article any lietter. \\ e want men who have lw?en paying fancy prices for thtir shoes to see onr Walk-Over" difference. tine. The price J � TREAT IN ] * % - -4 If you've worn "WALK-OVER" shoes you know bow really go�itl they ure. If you li iven't thongs a tn�al in store for yon. No bwikhi"; in or breaking out. Sli-ji into the "Wulk-Uver" shop or bettor yet, into the shon tsolf ami siM* how much style a shoe can contain and yet feal a comfort. Wt-ar it away ami you will woniler at the skill that pHMlllfi-d if. The Style of a Shoe * r.VpiPtnrt'-shtrR'a'sliapr" b�fr*tiol'Style.-^*z>fr*^inT gB5ss4;rtn? flfunncM n| "WALKOVER" shoes from the style of any other shoe you have soon. It's diflWonl. It's better. Y to 44 The Trustworthy Shoe'9 Style stays in n "WALK-OVER" Shoe and satisfaction grows with its wear. Mon and women the world over wear "WALKOVER" Shoos. Wuuse sho�� troubles go off when WALK-OVERS go on. WWINHKilfiMM Some Peopl Have Trouble With their feet. Such people always have trouble with their shoea-unleas they wear the "WALKOVER." When -WALK-OVER" Shoes go oti shoe troubles go off. That's the testimony of all who wtnr them. Shoe Perfectly Moulded To wry |mrt of the foot. That's the "WALK-OVKH. In evory pair there's satisfym� fit, style ami comfort, and "WALW-OVER" quality hits ttt�t s new standan) for shoi>H. Prices hailietf* (\notja i>ab*nt kid, Hlucher lml, lx>x kid top. Vesper last, siutrle stih*. i Seuteh inlge......................$5.00 * LiuIieH' Coinna Patent Colt, liltiohor bnl, Imx kid top, tip* toe last, plump single sole, :Mt> Seotch edge, this is the new Mannish sIhh*................................ $4.50 Ladies' Viet Kid, Fox.mI Htnt�*her, heaVy single sole..... $4,00 Men's Chrome Patent C*alf, HI tic her Bal, plump single sole, military heel............,.............t..........$4.00 Men's Vici Vn\L Uluelu^r 1ml, box kid top, single or double solo, width* (' I), and E . sizes S to 11, price.........$9.00 Men's Radium Calf. Hluohor bal ratlium ealf lop. heavy wih'. prii'e........................................$4.00 - ^ The "Walk-Over LethbrMge it \ A i i Walk-Over Lethbridge Tha aigA of Satifaetton PHONE tOO a. * LaV ;