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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta V VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY/ AUGUST I. 1907. NUMBER ' - ^-;-.^v;.:XV The SI ore of Quality; McKelvie Satisfaction & McGuire �"r*"e" JUDGES APPOINTED. Will KUke AmrJi .1 Ik* Eiklkllim. exhibit! eciak EDMONTON LEADS. Mid HMttr* Wl�  Gta. from Tftiltricri. Turni$Mna$ K� i r-Mc- I'lHT, During Fair week you will find in our ttore llie greatest exhibition of values in Men's Furnishings ever shown in tho city. Having placed in stock a lafgo shipment of i t 'Ms iQi ill i I  I i i > The (liivrUiiM of tho Agricultural Society luivn uppnintr*! the following Jmlgtf>s to puss judgment, on tho exhibits ui the fair noxl week. Ilorsi's. C-nl I In. Hliw11 an\ inilhoritios appoint wl hy tho. Kerr ami \V. I knuowt ic. Products, lNmlLry:-ii. W. fttXHMi, .1. Plchv. Indies Work-two othri-H. Kini" Arts-Rev. .1. S. Culvers, .1. ]> HigirrJwrthaifi, t! U Kohfnson. Natural history mid Nuturo .Study -A. Mitchell CoiiiposHion and Writing:-Itev. A. M. (iordon. (). I>. Austin. Tho .selection of Judges for tlterucos ! was loft to tin* Sports Committee. (ftpaclal to �raid.) Pitcher MorriRon wan the oaslost kind of n proportion for the legislators tonight, Edmonton winning by 1 n rimrfitn of 11-1. The victory wn� due ninwOy l� Uinely hKting, though the Holding wiiB loose in spots. As I km- umpire's warning on -Monday 'ivight i� objeot'lons to decisions. jO'Peti wos put out of tho gains? Inst 1 IK. K. Hh-r-Scott. Mvats and J. W Kolov. Miss Mr I joav a ml i Reform Frank Oliver Coming. Hon. Sunn-tor lk�\ing that ho j is now in tho wirst and will conic Suits J / | ti> Ij-thbridgt* tu fulOl his proiniwMo 1 jiildivss tho (*un:uliiiu Pluli. A Inter | wiiv will give tin1 oxiirt dtitlhhrirn. Attendant !W�o. I'mplre Priest. I I Struck Gas, You wiil liml a I'omplHr rungo to choout* fmni. at prire^ that will inuke your iiiou^y do doublo service. Value Climax in Summer Clothing lti'Kulnr 9.W) T\vo�d Suits, Kxhibitioii special...........$.00 Regulur 12.U0 and i:i,00 Tweed and Worstutl Stiits special. U.OU Stil^ntit Suits, regular 15.00 and lti.00, Kxhibitioii spenal. 1H.0O ...... 18.00, 19.00 ami 20.00 14.50 Fit Ri^forni Fim- Tailored Suits, at 15.00, ltt.50, IS.00, 20.00 up tu................. ........................25.00 The best Winlo �liu^iiii* it woll on his place m\|. on unit's imrth �if I j*thbridgp, \\. .1 Ihmi. struck gtis ut the ilepth of om� Inmdivd fi-,>t. The gns bubb* led up through tho water with considerable forre. It has twvn suggi*st-iil by lh;> |n'i>pl.' of that part -that as tho g*as-lMiring is |iruKrosstng so slow l> Ih-o* thol thi- city pi|K* Hie gas from Mr Hunt's \wl|. Medicine Hut dKeatnd Calgary last nig-ht in n roggod gam*' by a score of 1,1-0. Oalgnry uwvl ihiw pitchers in tho gnino. Kdmonton nnd Let librae play in (\ilgory tonight and on Friday and Saturday in l^etlrlirldge. STANDI SO. Tlnyed. Wo*. Lost. P.O. Increased Wafer Supply. T�montoo ... 4..54 Modlcine Hut ..Aft U>thbrblgu . . (*n l;tn ry .11 Ml 2!1 27 .r>7'l .500 . .na A1 tin Council. ExcitciMnt in Tab* r place to buy Hat lust mis>ting of tho City \\ 111. Sloan was appointed to assistant cu^iii'vr in llugineri* F H-i.i ui 1 ho Waterworks pumping I stul nm as tho deimind for water tioeo.sKitnttHl u double shift of pumping. The pumps aiv now working 12 hours a day and lift nearly 00O.O0O gallons a day. It is only two years sine  t he pumps wnrki*l only every oiler dn\ 11 nd |�uiii(kh| th when miming at lull rapaeity. The municiimt elections in Taber have Im\hi hekl und the first town council includes:-Mayor, John Trus- well; Councillors, .1. Itarton, A. Deck A. Cnmploll. F. It. l>nvis. W. W. Pouglns and P. Hnmmor. For many months HK�ro has \wn n grent deal of dispute nnd consider  able friction owr the Iwundnries of the towns-iu*. To -bring 'the nmtter to �. conclusion the new Council has lnst'kut Kf\*�iv winter, tlte clip is noi as hea\.\ as pr(*viousl> . The avonigo weight oi wool s'hoaivil from the uufiMf sti4\*p is about six pounds while the fed sheep give from seven nnd om�-hiili' lo eight pounds. The AllkTiu Sluvp Co. clipped t \io thousand with an a\erage of eight pounds The Nth-op wore fml for six wioks during 1 he hov)/t. Nimmons has Iwen apfminted 1 icon�o eommlh.sioner for tho Ijeth- 11ridge dintrict. taking the place of C. �. 1-loii'hkis.H. Clarehholm, who lias Iteon uppointel hitensx* lnKiteclor The other member* of tlw Board of I license CoimuiKMioueis are Win. Oliver of Ijethbridce mid Win. Ikirkcr of Macluod.  Athletic Finances. More Hollanders Coming A. II. Hario\elt t�t* Hotteidum, llollaiiil, i� umkiog an inspection! oi' the lA*thbridge diHtiJcL in search for suitable land in which to in\e*�V. Mr. Ilnrle\e|| ami those aKHociutevl with him \\111 purchase tracts' of lands with the view to bringing out Hollanders to settle thereon. Ho in* -liases that ibis district is well suited to the divmlitiii>eN ami Ibid tiienuwlves in excellent llminciul condition. After pacing for the grandstand, ground im-1�ro\etiKiits. the Kaluries of the players, a.s woii as the nunuul payment on> the grounds, the Association, find theniKolves only S'2"i(� ln�hintl. W e douM if any other baseball manage-mem in tho league can make such a showing. It shows that the base-ball yopoKiiion u* l>oing pro|>erl.\ handled in Jj^thbrid^e and that th public aiv* giving ihe nmnugemeut the HUpport they deserve. They should pull out even at tlv end of the season. The gume with -the High Itiver la-]cvosm> club Hoheduled to take place here to-day haw lieen postponed until August 7'th. lioth teaniK arc practising hard ami the fair visitors \ will see a ho real thing next Wodnes  day when tho teams meet. I e fit your i^ure ancy inunees We plea so those .....who..... .wanttho host.. Days Special Demonstration Tailorwork For Ten Days the Clothing Store will be showing Early Fall Styles in Mens Fashionable Apparel. But that's not all. The event will also demonstrate the ability of this store lo make values such as probably very fow stores ean equal - and live. The standard of Semi-Kcutiy Tailoring has been set so high that it is Qiily equalled in exclusive custom work und these creations, to the man who thinks, are price-prohibitive. tn this event it is possible to #ot fitted with clothing of the highest sartorial efficiency at a saving in cost oM-B, 1-2 and even more- Do you catch the point? And 1* sun? that \v�� will keep you right in style, that we will keep yon right in accordance with the ethics of good taste, and lit yon "to a lee." Men's Suits fli^h grade English worsteds and all wool Scotch Lwmls. S and I) H latest II b. style, broad shoulders, long, mediutn-width lapels, dose fitting collar, semi-form fitting hnok witheroascd sitle scams. Price $lll.,"it> Men'* Suits tiimlish all-wool serge. S and I)H style in black -mil navy. Woll nil and smartly tailored through. *oot, lino quulily Italian lining. Price $Hi.0n Mcn'^ Trousers hn��sy IKitterns in tine Knglrsh worsteds, wide and narrow stripes Well cut. of tiled in m fulness. |>ocketsf side and hip. $:i.00 Men's Cnvcncttc Raincoats Tailoretl in imported and �Io-'inuHtie Craveiielte cloth, stylish greys, fawns in plain and mixed patterns, and |k>sitivo-ly rainproof. Sprcial $ I 2.SO Stylish Men's Suits In medium sixes only. !M tool) Tnilored in dressy Srotirh twwds, in fancy stripes and mixed effects. Coats. me huttous. S and I) H Newest patterns in ini|K>rted vestirtgs - large and small ehooks.stripes mixtures $1.10, $2.U) $2.50 Men's S.ptccc Suits l\ buttnii DB wick style, hroad shoulders, long wide lapels Trousers have licit loops ami buckles. Price $ HUM) Men's Tweed Suits Tailored in latest SB style. Fine Scotch tweeds in cheeks, stripes, fancy greys and plaids Special #N.75 Men's Navy Blue Serge Suits A blue serge is the most pop- nhir suits for stimmrr wear. Cut in Sand I) B style, it's the htiulit of dressiness. Has wide shoulders, stylish lapels medium width ami roll close fitting collar. Special *2">.00 Boys' Vacation Summer Suits, $:t Less than half price is the value hint we re throwing out. Such nobby little) coats-Cheviots. Thibet*. Scotch Tweeds. Harris Tweeds. Splendid selection. Sizes 25 to Special per suit..................................$:i.oo * w - Hoy's Single and I). It. Suits H4.00 A clearance of these nobby little suits to make needed room. Such splendid materials as lugh grade worsteds and tweeds, in smart shades of grey checks, plaids and fancy stripes. Coats ha\o lony\ wide ln|>cls and snuu fitting collars All sizes. SiMM-ial....................#1.00 Men's Bath and Lounging .Robes Real about-the-houSG comfort is a stranger to the man who hits never worn one -* ask those who have. MENS BATH OR LOUNGING ROUES Made of soft eiderdown material, in grey and white, navy and white, etc.. wide turn-down collar, pocket and girdle. Price #5 OTHERS IN HEAVY BLANKET CLOTH In a good range of |�itterns and colors, have pocket, leep collar, large pearl buttons and silk cord girdle. Price.. .$10.00 t When buying your Summer Garments Bear in mind that Ihe general effect may be either made or marred by tho api>eara!iee of your shoes. From this picture of a "WALKOVER** shot1 you can get only a partial idea of tht* grace, the dignity, the style of the shoe itself. The "Capitol" model possesses all these qualities and the other "WALKOVER" characteristics comfort and service as well. See the "Capitol" in our store in many patterns and leathers. Prices - $4.00. $5.00. $6.00 � t _ PHONE lOO LETHBR1DGE, ALTA J - -r ' r L �. -lIL 1 �f" 7 �i r ~n -A l r f J T x J mi ;