Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
UTe Letkbridge Herald VOLUME 2 LfcTH BRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, AUGl'ST 15, 1907. NUMBER 4t TK� Store McKclvic Satisfaction of Quality. & McGuire Guaranteed FALL STYLES LABOR MOVEMENTS Trouble at Gall Mine Settled-Growth of the U. M. W. of | A.--Sherman Will Retire. -IX- men s ft i-Rdor m $�i t j -~-ARE IN- Wo direct the attention of men to the new arrivals we linve received in Fit-Reform Clothing for curly Fall. The new styles and patterns lire sure to cnniiuciid tltcmselves strtngly to men of pronounced good taste in dress. Satisfaction Guaranteed in Fit-ReformTailoring The Fit-Reform trade mnrk menus the certainty of satisfaction It stands for Fit-R'form qmlity and Fit-Reform values. ttidiind it is tlio whole Fit-Reform organization, the originators in Canada of hand ttilored garments. At 12 50 and 15.00 a stylish Fit-Reform suit, tailor*! throng-out, and shown in imported tweeds and worsteds, single and double breasted style. ' Combined Style and Service This is what you find in Fit-Reform suits at 10.50, 18.00 and 20.00. In the manufacture of these suits nothing but imported tweeds nnd worsteds are used. They are splendidly tailored showeii in either single or double breasted style. Worsted Suits Made of imported worsteds showen in blues nnd blacks also fancy worsteds, prices 22.00 to 25 00 Big Clearing Sale in Summer Clothing In order to make room for Fall Stock we have placed an sale a large range of summer suits regular prices 12.00 to 15.00. sale prices 0.00. 8.00, |�.00, lo.OO and 12.00 llotwoen eighty ami ono hundred j men, oiiTploynos of the Algeria llnil-way and Irriginttnn Co. nt tho Unit mines. t*�thhrldgo. refused to go to work on Monday morning. Th.- dis-l�iiti; was over the intorprotnt-ion of rlniino olio' of till- nKrceinr.-nt signed 'Juno 1th, which' rends: "All minors nnd mine ln'l>or-rs shall work eight hours per day. il iH-intf definitely un-dorMoiHl thiil this itktins eight hours 'work nl their working plnoe, eXelus- for .the iwrm-lssion of tho Union ntithortMen. At tho Inst ttrtcnmt � ionul Hoard mcotliiK, it was decided to ndmiit .laps nnd ('hino.m- to the t:nion, it 'oeinfr considered thill if white men must oom|mto with the. Mongols thoy should by which the Incn uiv given ,n f�ighl i - .ho of Ivnlf hour for noon-time with hour dny with nn ineivnso of twenty .tho exception of iidnors worMng liy ,|or emit in wages fur iho irk oiglvlhours |dn,v ovpr tho 1on hour t|,|V prior, nnd 'nt thoir working place." jfull recogwtioti .,f tlio union wns 'I'hn nin ufloi'Msl tho drivers, 'grunted, j shiftmen nnd grip|iors. Tho drivers , Aftorwords Pres. Mitchell met \V. claimed 1 tint thoir time starts when ill. liny Wood, of the ll,.i�o City trial (thoy Imrness their horses, while the (nine, roprasoiil ing the Western l-'ed-rnmpnny i-luiiitM that their "work ng cr(ltion of Minors, ami nn arrange itw-iit wns mn-en>on1 11 ml use tho machinery pro\ idoil hy tin* ugevmoii't for of union curd* >>etwe-ii the lulled Mine Workoi* of \iu._-i-ie.i I nintt nnd the Western Federation. j Tll-K HANI-T I'liWKXI'lDN A Joint commit!.....'.-presenting tho McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In L.*tbbridge ,the settlement of disputes. Th? men. j Western O|iom1ors Association nml however. iWusod to nrttitruto the l>istrlel IS of the I M.W of A. met mat-tor l.eyond domnndlng thnt their .nt llniiff on Monduy 'Mr.' committee i niorpretotion of tho clause lie rocog- included M�ssrs. Siookott of Uunk-nlworiitors. J On WtflneMl,i.\ morning iIk> mtiroltho liiwl two lioing niiei-n.iios for U turntil to work p-n.llng nn lnvwiti-|tJ. Iirlnnnn "f I'm-nio mid P. t> 'giitlon into the liitorpivtnllon ol j Whitesi.los of Itl.iiriiHire The tlui-e oliuise one. IS-lor PiiMerMin. tho In- (district ollkvrs 'Sherinun, (intvlii nnd JteiiMlionnl lionrds in>'ii>nds ns fcdlows: llieirngr-vmiHit tho oompiiiiy luid tho j Wnenovo.r nny new work nrlses. n J right t�i dlsohnrgo th.'iu for violating j.rico for* which Ims not lioi-n provio-the ngr,�?ment. Tho in. 11 rl.iim that �d for in this ngr.-'iiniit. on the re tin- I'ompiiny * Oroko iho ngroainent ,ipii-�l of tho company or thi'*fliineis l|�y ilumgexisting conditions with 'thn joint counnitioo of tho Western 'inn ni>tiiylng iiv* union first. when !('�l ()|k�rniors' A-sorintiou nml His-Mhoy posltsl notices miking th.� trict Sum! or 1ft of the rnltod Mine ihnn^o in tlx- uniiHi hoiirv, nnd nlso Workers of Ainerion, shnll nus>t in not. chnnging tlio train service within thirty dn>s nflor the muhI from tho city to tho mines to cor- if die I'nil.il Mine Workers of AiiH'ricn. who is in the city looking into 1 Ik- trotiMo nt the Cnlt mines. In the coins.. 01 the corner 'sntiun. Mr. Patterson said thnt the jl'.M.W. uf A wns grou-rapklly. In l�istrict Hi. which in- '�a��niI near eludes Vancouver Island nnd the stale J I of Washington, tlms- thousand inin SIMUIM \X TO HKSIC.V. stock of in the city. All kinds from the, heaviest to the finest nnd most stylish. All of the best makes. AMES-HOLDEN FINE SHOES cannot be excelled for style and durability, $4.00 nnd *5.00. (Kill sizeBof � tine lino of YICI KID OXFOltDS to clear at cost, $2.50. Odd sizes in Dark Tan Shoes, usual price $4.00. to clear at $51.00 I' II. Sheriiuin, I'res i.���- PailerMin 10 take tin-I'. P. Ik-lil Inclmlitig Montiinn iuhI |Kisltion. j thnt part of Wyoming along the l'n- I --. jlon Pacific It. It. the inen*l>ership | (>UC A NIZlK AT IdXimitlU'lC. hus incr.-as ami was reorganized only Inst May. There are I in this district lluo Chinos.. and .laps vho mill .111 in' the union in the imuivdinte future, having wuiltsl only A local union will l.e formed at Uundhreck nt th.- new mine opeiiel thole Inteimilioiuil Hoard Momlor Patterson Iwives 1 ,.thl>i-i Harvesting Ihroughoiit the l.-lh � 'of S|ol.iui,1 alone, j liridgo disiriet is now "genera I. and 1 He will prol alily take the entire 1 the crops .iiv exivll.-ut ns ie|,ort.Ht output of >"ine of the smaller iirin.-s Fine Lot of FELT IIATS, regular price en aq $2.50, to clear at ...................... A splendid assortment of Trunks, Valises and Suit Cases JUST ARRIVED. Men's Furnisher Late Opera House Block, Round Street from 1 h.� x ,ir mis |,n it s On Monday mid Tiii-sday. Thos- II. | Wool ford of Cardsioii. r ho is 1 he Judge in the htiindinit: urn in c.mi|>o -^ition carried on l.y th- Agricultural Society, dio\�' thiouK'li tho country 'judsi'iR the various li.-l.ls eiitend. I lie is most enthusiastic over th,-crops. Those of \\ II. l'awson of |t:-Joiit two acres of wheat. s.-cU.-d with 'hnrrl picked seed, that is particularly fine. If his who!.- farm wen1 of tlv same quality 1I.0 crop would In-worth $1,000 mini- and -they are first jj-ato crops nl that. Mr. l'awson in-(tonds saving'lhis s. ,-d to sow ajjuin nml .soon e.v|>ects to have his whole j farm seeded �i th wheat ns nearly perfect ns it is possible to tjot it. I Whojit in this district is uniformly fiflod, both in yield and ullu> Hotel � Honest All thiuutth! Hvst because made m�! S.....i-lteudy Tailoring in not a product of y.-stonlu.v. l-iich Homl-Hwtdy Suit r.'prosotits 1 he evolution obnany x.-ais of study mid strenuous exper-i.-nc.-. An "iilon" ten yewrs Ago. Semllt.Mianiest woiknirn who take pride in their workmanship, nnd to have clothes so nearly ready Tor wear that they can Ih� finished in two hour*. That is Semi-ready Tailoring to-day The Semi-ready Clothes are ready to try on, so that a gentleman eau tell at a glaiico whether he likes the style, the color, the tone, and' the personal suitability of either Suit or Overcoat. Tailoring Without any exception we warrant the lit, the wear, the color, and the all-round quality of the Semi-Ready Suits. The written guarantee which you will find in the pocket of the Semi-ready garment meiiu.t unreservedly just what it says. Double Breasted Sack Suits Which have a distinctive style worth getting, have the long roll collar, with the correct three-button front, and are without side or centre \euts in the hack. This suit at $20.00 Is made of tine lilnnoz Serge, of that exquisite soft woolen texture, which is so pleasing. Yon may have it also in Tweeds or Worsteds at $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00 headlight OVERALLS Trustee* Remanded W V llussoll. H. A YnnOrnitin an I Win I'roU-rt wx-iv remanded lor trial li.\ S'.is'rintendeni IMcher nt the noxl -ritin-t-s of the Supreme Court nt l'-thlu-idffo. The charge nLtftiiisl thein is ivfusnl In account lo the Town of Tul'or for the proceed-, of sale of the Town-silo la-illi; sen i.in ">-10-III, west 1th meridian. --t apart three years up, as a h.....1'' th'J honv'Ktenders at Tnlh-r liy il'" Hoiiiiiiion f!o\.-rnin.