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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Herald �A VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE. ALBEBTA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9. 1907. TIm Stort of Quality. McKelvie &; McGuire S�titr�etion Guaranteed ExMbition $pecidl$ -IX- men's f urnisbinds During Fair week you will find in onr store tlie grentctt exliibitioB of values in Men's Furnishings ever shown in tlie city. Hnviug plami in stock a laigo shipment of New Rt- Sutts You will find a complete range to choose from, at prices that will make yonr money do donble service. Value Climax in Summer Clothiftg Regular 9,00 Tweed Suits, Exhibition special..... ......$0.00 Regular 12.00 and la.OO Tween. Aug. 8.-The nndingN of the C!onl (.'oHnniissioii were trade pub lie t(je from seventy-five to eighty per cent iii Iho.s*^' engaigwl, work'ing in-ijide the mines, has averaged from eighthours I work at the face with a half hour j intermission for dinner to ten hours Work with one hour intemiisslon for jnoon, .and is applicable to tho class of men generally known as transpor-ta/tion men, cstimotod from twenty to twonly-five {kt cent, Tho commissioners are unalile to make a unanimous reconiincntUition in rog'jii'dto this matter tout ft is worthy of note tlint the governinont som; tinw; ago prorol^ad an eight hour Ijank to liank law. VENTIL.\'I"ION-ln this respect tha Conwniswpners roccMiuneml a closer inspection .of .some of the smaller ntines. wit* a view to improvomoiit of conditions. Rate of ' Wogosi- 'ITie Commission are of opinion that V>gislation in regard to' rates of wagws would not bo of any advantage in the present cond iition- of - fffa i rs. Bath Houses-Tha Commissiion recommends nfl amendment to the Coul Minos Act making the erection of bath houses at the mine compulsory'. Age of Boys-'I'he Comn>issiion re-commamls' that the miniiniim age for l>oys employed in manes shouUI be .vix'tocn years. Acciil as to providrj that nil neces-. ditjuolors had not. nmde the e.\lcnsi\o inprove-ment.s vvlvich the.v did. The exhibits nnmi'serod more" than doulile of laist ,Vear-and' weit- of .the highest ontor. The h�u\,>-drnuah1 horses wend the great featuix! ami were the finest bunch over .shown in .Mlwrta.';- In the hall, thc\giain in sheaf w�s the .star attraction.., Anionjj the s|iecial events the' Indian parade stamis out pronnin.iot. There has nnx'er liocn a finer display of Indian custuun's than was givcm li.V the . throe b.uinlifd bravt>�i and s'juaxy.N frour the ihi'^'e tril>es, Woods Piegans and BIacl;fcet. The stock parade was a i\?velation to local ijcopio nml vi.sitors aliUc Aboitt Si200,000 worth of superb horses paraded befoiv IIk' grandstand find wcit; the rmsl Ininch ever soen nt once in the countr.v. llJarvo,r's Cl.vdostlalo Itaron Sorby, llradshaw's Perclieron'i and F.wen's Hncli'ney were much a00. .'Hie receipts woix;; Tuewiay $284.rtO. , WijdnoHday �101.''...'">0. Thursday �510.00. Hesides these ivooipts fromi t ho gate and grands-lnrd there wore booth privileges, etc., sold for $43�i. The s(iortf4 comTnlttfO have a fund of Warly $l,.VKi collected. All those added to the governnwnt grant will total up a large amount above llvi expemliture, which this ,>-ear was very heavy. THE OTHI'.K F.VHIBITIONS. N'orinilion-St'iflember JO, 11. � N'egrevillc-.-^i'ptomlier II, 12. I� i ds bu ri'- S 0111 on die r 18. Olds-SopleinlxM- 16, 17. Magrath-Septenirber ]�, 20. Hnyniond-Septemiber 24, 2.'�. t'ardston-.'^epleni.ber 2�i, 27. Medicine Ifat-Octol>er 1,2. I^uomlw-October 3, 4. Ponoka-Octolior 7, 8. Wetaskiwin-October 0, 10. Innisfail-Octoljer 11. .Vant on-October 16, Pincher Crwk-October 16. Ten Days' Special Demonstration of Fine Tailorwork. Tor Ten D�yt the Clothing Store will be thowing tn enornom range off tKe Early Fall Styles in Men's Fashionnble Appnrel. > Bnt that's not all. The event will also demonstrate the ability of this store to make valncrtneti ! The elusive custom savjng And be sure with the ethics of Men's Suits-High grade Englisli worsteds and all wool Scotch tweeds. S and D B latest i] bi style, broad shoulders, long, medium-widtii lapels, close fitting collar, semi-form fitting back with creased side seams. Price $13.50 Men's Suit.s-EnglLsh all-wool serge. S and DB style in black nnd navy. Well cut and smartly tailored throughout, fine quality Italian lining. Price $16.00 Men's Trousers-Dressy patterns in fine English worsteds, wide and n.irrow striijes Well cut, of inediuin fulness, pockets, skle and hip. $3.00 3Ien's Suits-S B style. Fancy worsteds in checks, plaids, and neat dressy stripes also plain greys, broad shoulders effect, SB vest, trousers well cut and hang perfectly. Price $18.00 Men's Vests-S and D B .5 or 0 buttons. Newest patterns in importetl vestings- large and small checks.stripes mixtures $1.40, $2.00 $2.50 Men's 2.piece Sults-3 button DB sack style, broad shoulders, long wide lapels Trousers iiave lielt loops �nd buckles. Price $lO.0O Men's frjvenette Raincoats Tailored in imported and domestic Cravenette olotli, stylish greys, fawns in plain ami mixed patterns, and positiv�>-ly rainproof. Special $12.50 Stylish Men's Suits In medium sixes only,-34'to{!VI Tailoretl in  dressy Scotch tweeds, in fancy stripes and mixed effects, Coats, medium and conservative lengths with semi-fitting back and creased siile seams. Special $0,75 Men's Tweed Suits Tailoretl in latest SB style. Fine Scotch tweeds in checks, Btrii)e�, fancy greys and plaids Special f 8.75 Men's Navy Blue Serge Suits A blue serge is the most popular suits for summer wear. Cut in S and D B style, it's the height of dressiness. Has wide shoulders, stylish lapels medium width and roll close fitting collar. Special f25.00 Boys' Vacation Summer Suits. $3 Less than half priqe is the value hint we re throwing out. Such hobby little coats-Cheviots. Thibets, Scotch Tweeds, Hams Tweeds, Splendid selection. Sizes 25 to 33. Special per suit......'............................$3.00 Boy's Single and D. B. Suits f4.00 A clearance of these nobby little suits to make needed room- Such splendid materials as high grade worsteds and tweeds, in smart shades of grey checks, phtids and fancy stripes. Cojits have long, witle laipels and snug fitting collars All sizes. Special.....;..............#4.00 Men's latli aiid Loaiiglnd Mm Real about-ihe-house comfort is stranger (o the man who has iievejp':. woim one-ask those who have.. MEN'S BATH OR LOUNGING ROBES-Made of soft eiderdown material, in grey and whiter navy;>' and white, etc.. wide turn-down' collar, pocket and girdle.,Price OTHERS IN HEAVY BLANK. ET CLOTH -In a good irange of IMitterns and colors, have pocket deep collar, large (learl buttons and-v silk cord girdle. Price.-. .$10.00'. When buying your Summer Garments Bear in mind tlial the general effect> may be either made or marred liy the ap�X'antnce of your shoes, From thia [)icture of a "WALKOVER" shoe you can get only 8 partial idea of tlie grace, the dignity, the style of the slioe iLseJIi, The -Capitor' model possesses all these qualities and the other "WALKOVER" (�huracteristicB-comfort and service- us well. � See the "Capitol" in onr store :in mntiy patterns and loAthers. It Prices - $4.00. $5.00. $6.00 A. SOUTHARD PHONE 100 LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. 9^ ;