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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Presentation of the _Fall and Winter Styles m. A. SUTER INViaUS SHOES FOR MEN Direct irom the Ueo. A. Sla*�r Shoe Factory, Mon> treal, we bring yon the tin-est exBinpie of shoes uincle inCflnada. Each shoo bna the sterling worth wliich iita it for all kimls of weather in Canada. (itio. A. Slater's Invictus Shoes at |(( The 2 Macs �'only Exclusive-Men's Outfitters In L9t^)>ridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE f iM-uji Capital, 110,000.000. Reserve Fund. $4,800,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO a. B. WALKER, General Maniii^er AUiX. LAIRD, Aiit. Gm'IMSlMfSr BANK MOTfEY ORDERS WtUSD AT THE FOLLOWINO RATES: SS and under....................... 3 ctnts Ovei tS and not MCMdlBK $10...... 6 cents " SM " " �30...... 10 cent! " $J� " * �.......15 centt Tkess Ordsts 'art PayabI* at Par at any aSce la Canada of � cihaitered Baak (Vakoa sscsptcd), mad at the principil bankinf pointsi Ju the United Stata*. ��OOTUKB �T A lUlO SilTI AT THE CAKAOIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. LONDON. KKG. an ssctllsat method of remitting tmall eunis of monty witk and at smalt con. CALdARV CLAItl>SilOL.M KOMONION iVXisFAIL BKANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON STAVELY LETHBRIDOE PINCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD rONOKA VEGREVILLE MEDICINE HAT �ED DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. ft. K. NOURSB.  MAMAOBK EASTERN TOWNSHIPS a* _BANK_ (I.\pitai. .$;{,0f)0,000 be.sebve, js1,(500,(K�� HEAD OFFICE - - . SHERBROOKE, QUE Wm. Fabwell . Pbesident .Iam&s Mackikn'on, I General MANAnnn 55 Branches and ^encies in Canada Branches latwly opened in Alliertu COLEMAN TABER George E, Ewing, Manager Frank E. Brine, Manngor Savings Bank Doptrtincnt in Coutiection � General Baiiking Business Cnrrie^^l On MONEY ORDERS issueil payable at par at any Itnnk in Canada.(Yukon exc(>pted), also at princiiml points in England and U.iitcl Statfts, ratiis: $5 and under............ He $10 to m............ 10c t5 to $10......... ......oc $5{Oto*!iO............15c Eostim Townships Bank, Tober ii Bank of Montreal KSTA BUSHED 1817 cipiiai aii Mid M.....................tu.m,m HHcrvtdFHNi..................... lt.MI.eN Balaacc Profii aad Loss.......... . Head Office, Montreal ^ FRESIDSNT: aiaar ROW. LORD sTBAnmoaA ASD;ifooiir koval. n. r. m. o. VICE-PRCS TDENT: Hoa. iia aoaaa A. DBQMMoao. k. o. m. n. R. S. ObfWSTOK, OlWSItil. MAKTJioiiR Branonea and Agencies at aUt]>a principal points in Canada Also ill Xiondon, Lnglai d; New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellera' Circular Letters of Cradit and Commercial Credits iasuedfor use in all parts of the world. . COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts Mid svsllsbie iit all polaisln United Btstci, Uuropa sad (Canada lalarast allowail on daposlts at currentl'ratvs Lethbridge Branch - li.^^Jif: REEVE Mayor Rogers Not A Candidate H�R RE'ElimON TO OFFICE Makes AMiewKeinciit la the ^ilcral4. Mayor KugcrH announced to iho. llornld yesterday that he would not )N} a candidate for re-election us ma,\x>r. >lo said that he had ser.'ud Hornc tifne in"the council nnd foJt that iivs should retire, Ciii'/RiiN will'lciirii of tire Mayor's decision with regret. Ho has been a conscientious and ahio administrator. ImbuMl %v!ith a progressive spirit, he was alwuyH energetic in udvocmting measures that would build up the city. Men of thai Klamp arc noole candidates. Of K. N. W. M. P. in tiieMon FFKEtt mmiQTHE SOUTH Mvcr Ntral Steamer Has lecn ANOTHERJAIUiOAD 'l"o Itun Trom lethbridge 1 oHart no,.-ill Manitolm. OttnwA. Oct. 20.-Tiie f'raw. ^rd U-ny fthd St. Mary's Itnilw.iy irm-pany will apply next session Tor- tii'i act authorizing the company to con struct and operate au extensive un ticrtalwitig, lielngn continuation a.' its railway from the present torm-!nuK at Letlthridgc, southeasterly to Lake I'aknghkee, thence in a general easterly direction by most fi-asiblc rairto through the provinces of Al-lierta .-ind Saskatehewan. south of Cypress hills along Frerifhinan nnd iiortli of Twelve mile lake and \Villo\v?1lunch lake to IlaHnoy, " ia the prqviriciB of Manitoba; withV.iw-er to connect - with ilTc Canad'tin .Vnrihcrn railway at Harttiey, onl (o the capital stock.of the coii>pany to 93o,000,000, and to extend the tiiws limited by the acts i-e.spectinff the company for coin-inonccmont and competition of its umiertaking.s. BORINGjNt GAS Potrolea C'oinpaii.V Likely to nor* for Ons I fore. At Moiuluy night's Coui'.cil' meeting it was announced by Mr. Free man that h.? had been corresponding with .Jas. Peot and Sons, PotroVia, Ontario, and had heon informed by them that they wotiid contract to sink a well .1600 ft. with a six inch casing at' IflOO ft. for $10,000. Tluw alHci Mated that they were ready to loaf thvj Klectric Company's doing tlm work itself, several clau-ses weiiV iiniende Ijegir.i asv soon as the outfit reaches here ami is got in order. llowcwr the directors of the Eloc-titc Light Co. will con.sidor the matter first. pni^ooKD AT Li-rniimiDoir.. Medicine Ifat, Oct. 22-l. (ruin and drugged in liOthhridti'c. tx-ing sent on lii'u'e. vvboiw he �(>nt violu'iit-ly insane and had to Ih- ro|H>(l nmi tied Ivforn he could b.^ placed under arrest. He rt.'covonHl his suivity lo enough to lell his story and then again Ijecame so violent tliat he hnd to f>o kept in order that he rouUl not iiijiiro himself. ovKn Miu.iov. (SlH'cial to Herald) Washinirton, Oct. 2.:i.-The tola! immigration to the ir. S. this is 1,400,000 pcrsCns. (S|>ecial to Herald) .Ottawa, Celt 25.-The Mounted police de)tarimt>nt is making sweep-ing changes in the Vukon with a vie\'-of reducing the force. In addition to Major Cuthbcrt, two other coinmissr-ioncd officet�, Capt. Mcnonnoil and 1>. n. Fraser.viaro to be transfcrr.d to the prdirie ' provinces. District police posts at Mayo and Olacior have iKscn closed down for the wni  tor ns well us police hospitals. At White Horse and Dawson police patients will" IKJ eared for in theho.t-pitaiN of these towns. Patrol stcunicr \'id(?t'fe, wnuii alone orctipitHl the services of eleven mendtiring the summer hns')>een sold and it is intended to the scmfing of a patrol from Pawson to Fort McPhcrson at the mouth of ib.-' MacKcnztc as was siiccossridly done last year. Those changes will le -duce the force i|) the Yukon to n ronsiderabic extent. CENSUS FiGUitES For ihe rrovince of Saskatchewan, Maiiilolta and .Vlberta. (Special to Herald) Ottawa, Oct. 2.1.-Complete ;e-liirns of qdi-tpiennial census of thu throe prairie provinces will not txi available until next week. So far as they, have been made up they deio � onstrate that llaaiiotm's population has. increoMpd forty jier cent in five years; Albcrtt^ 6.V per cent and Saskatchewan 1|J0 per cent. The figured arc OS follows: Maait.iilk \..... . aflSTint^- 36rr�0, Alherta.......... 72.841 184.000 Saskatchewan... 91..t ityle.' %^ furnish all the latest deaight.\ ' . ' TKay WUI Wear OM That's one point "Walfc-OvMP'^ In oontaion with all other i^akes.'., \ t\ wenrout but they won!t give ont while out; That's wortti ^onsidering.K I.\rMnJ11VI-rox tiGi;iucs. (Spociai to lleraUl) Ottawa, Oct 2'i.-Immigration into CanathtirldKP Woolkn Mills I.ooks rSooil !o Ciiiiitalists. The lA^tliliiidKO Woollen Mill iip-(.eals to the luistprn capilaHsts. A. Ii. McJ'liec.sfjn fii Mills Co.. HAS'ls OF AlOXrilK.VL. Ml'. .MilMii'i'son is proving that iie a man of his woiil iiiid he is al.'io showing to Ihe shareholders hero, that ih.^ men wiili the money n biiJWIing will Ih> irO ft. hy 00 ft. three storeys high with a basement. The engine and house will he to ft. by .10 ft. and the picket will he .^0 ft. by �5 ft. GaAbliag in SJhMa ~ Is jiist AS un^rofltabie AS any xither gambling. Yon are bound to Imn^ In thtr run. You talie no chanoet'Vhen you buy ._. �'Walk.Ov�r."' Askanytoly. Payinf^ntpre for it doesn't make the artit^ 11 any Ijetter want men who have Iieeh pmr' " iUK fancy pricet for thair shoes to see ontl "W�lk-Ovcr" line. The price is t)ie only' RtGrtttCBfO difference. A TREAT IN STORE FOR YQU m If you've worn "WALK-OVER" shoe* you know how really Rootl they are. If yoith iven't there's a treat in store for yon. No breaking in or bieakinp out. ; Stop into the ''Walk-Over" shop or bettor yet, into the shoei (self uiul seo iiow miicti style, a shoe can contain and yet feal all eoinfort. Wear it. away and you will 'wonder at the skill that produced it. The Style of a Shoe -----'A^pictrfnrghuaa �hm* fc�WW>t' aiyle. Vgg-gtttTffiiMr'ttlg. t^leunnceol "WALKOVERS'shoes from tbfe style of any other shoe you have seen. It's different. It's better. ''The Trustworthy Shoe*' style stays in u "WALK-OVER" Shoe and satistiictioii grows with its wear. Men and women the world over "wear "WALKOVER" Shoes, l)ecau9e shoe troubles go off wlien WALK-OVERS go oil. if Some People liii Have TrduUe With their (eet; 8ttoh people always liavrtnmbie-^^ with their ahoM^uiilMtkb^ wear the ^'WALK. OVER ' When "WALK-OVER" Shoes go on shoe troubles go off. That's the testimony of all who Wf-ar them. , � v ^ A Shoe Perfectly M6ulde4 To every part of the foot. That*8 the "WALK-OVER. In every pair there'a aatiafying fit, "style and comfort, and "WALR-OVER' quality has set a new standard'for shoes. Prices Liiilii's' CurouH patoiit kid, Blucher bid, box kid top, Vesper last. siii�ltx kid tep. tip, toe Inst, plump 9int?lo sole, it-KJ Scotch edge, this is the new Mannish shoe................................ ,f4.S0 Lntlios" Vici Kid, Foxed Blutcher, heiiVy single solev.'$4.00 Moil's Chrome Patent Calf, Blucher Bal, plump single sole, military lioel............................ i i.... $6.00 Men's Vici Culf, bal, box kid top, tingle or double solo, widths C. D. and E . si'/.es 3 to It, price..........$9.00 Men's Radium Calf. Blucher bid, radium calf top. heavy solf, price.........................................$4.00' The "Walk-Over" Man for Lethbridge |s A. Southard The '*Walk-Over" Man For LdhMdge m Thaaigaof aiMifiMtioa PHONE 100 m ;