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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Herald VOLUME a LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 15. 1907. KUMBElt 41 The Store ofQuAiity. McKelvie & McGuire I Salitfaelion Gwarsntccd FALL STYLES -IN- meii'$fii-Kefonn$iii$ --ARE IN--- We direct the attention of men to tiie new arrivals we have received in Fit-Reform Clothing for early Fall. The new styles and patterns are snre to commend themselves strcngly to men of pronounced good taste in dress. Satisfaction Guaranteed in Fit-ReformTailoring Tlie Fit-Reform trade mark means the ceMainty of satisfaction It stands for Fit-Reform (luility and Fit-Reform values. Behind it is the whole Fit-Reform organization, the originators in Canada of hand tailored garments. At 12 50 and 15.00 a stylish Fit.Reform suit, tailored throughout, and shown in imported twc^ls and worsteds, single and double breasted stylo. ' Combined Style and Service This Is what you find in Fit-Reform suite at 16.50, 18.00 and 20.00. In the manufacture of these suits nothing but imported tweeds and worsteds are used. They are splendidly'tailored showen in either single or double breasted sf.yle. Worsted Suits MuAe of im|K>rted worsteds showen in blues .and blacks also fuucy 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 lai^e range of summer suits regular prices 12.00 to 15.00. sale prices 6.00, 8.00, [9.00, 10.00 and 12.00 McKELVlE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Uen's Outfitters In Letbbiidge As large a stock of Boots and Shoes as can be seen in the city. HATS A splendid assortment of LABOR MOVEMENTS Trouble at Gall Mine ScttUd-Growlh of the U. M. W. of A.~Sh�rraaa Will RcHrc. Dotwoau eighty ami one hundred men, employees of Iho All:crta Railway ancr cliiy, it lieing �definitely understood that this nii:>flns eight hours work at their working place, exclusive of half hour for noon-tiinc with the exception of niiiners working Ijy contract who are to work oighthours nt their working place." Tha men wfloctod weiv the drivers, for the iiermission of the Union authoritaea. At the last Internal -ionul Board meeting, it was decided to admtit .laps and Chinese to the union, it 'i>eii>g conslderoil that if while men must compete with the Mongols they should �lo so on ar� e>en hasis. The o|X'ralors in tlio U. P. district mat President Mitc>hell urwl the district ofTicers at 'Jlenver and mx agrocnient was rning the nKn fc-turned temtors .\sse paid upon the da,v een rogulorly nominated, although several unions hove informally mode roprasontat -tons to Peter Pattor.son to take tlio position. i onOANI/JE AT IvU-VDUniOCK:. A local union will lie formed at Lundbreck at the new mine o|x>nod there. Intei-natiowil Board Aleniihor Patter.sion leaves I.ethbriuljd take' any quan tity he could .seciim as there is erintendent Ikdcher a^ the ne.xt sittings of tho Supivmi Court at Ix'thbridge. Tho chiiif;e agnins't them is ivfusa to account to the Town of Tuber fo the jiroceed.'. of sale of the Townsit being .sen ion .'>-10-10, west 41 moridion, .-"t apart throe years ago as a hiiml't for tho homifs^tooiders at Taber by liif Dominion Cio%vrnment Tho Herald understands that the trustees claim they are not account able to th,. village of Tulier or the Town i>t Taber, which has n'c ently toeoii iricorporattHl. Civil pro cofiilln'i'K HJf being talked of al.so regaixl to ilw matter. - 0 Itev. ./. S. Ohivers and C. F. Cony boa ro K.C., are attending the Hegina Synod. You've a want we can satisfy. �f, 9% OurthonghtMM for yonr needs. AS DAME FASHION DECBBBS First Shipment of Black Broadcloth and Tweed Coats adds special interest to oar lar|cdbpliy. The smart tailored elegunce of these moilish � ^^^^ garments have estaVjlished tliem as the most "� .^S^* ffivored coat of the season. The first shipment just receivetl from our easterii tailors is especially attractive, and embraces styles that are new and distiiictive with matchless tailoring and finish. PEMARKABLE VALUE. TWEED COAT--Made three-qiiiirter length, with box plcfit back and lined to the waist, has velvet collar and patch pockets, t^iilored in smart stylish light grey materials......Price .$11.00 A HANDSOME COAT -Made of lieavy weight Tweed in grey fancy mixtures, back and front fiiiislii'd wide straps, cblhir and cuffs overlaid with silk velvet and broadcloth. .Price li|H.5 00 ANOTHER STYLISH COAT-In dark plaid Tweeds, smart overcheck, lined to the waist aiid finished with stitched straps of self-forming yoke extending down front and back. .Price $ri.SO ANOTHER SMART COAT-Of fancy overchecked Tweed, and finished with stitched stimni, i collar trimiiKxl with silk velvet and braid, double breastetl style....................Price $17;50 I LADIES' COAT of fine iinporttxl black beaver, made seven-eighth length and finished with�S:'I stitched strappings of self. Fancy shaped collar, overlaid with velvet and braid...Price $l3i'ft0 Semi-ready* Tailoring reform of tho new century with relief and satisfaction. looking garment mitda from really good cloth, Itiilored by earnest workmeii who lalte pride in their workmanship, and to have cloUies so nt'arly ready for wear that they can l>e finished in two bpani; Honest All thiuuKh! Hcst lYccause nfiide no! .Semi-r{ead.\ Tailoiing i8 not a pro-,' duct of ye.'sterduv Ij^iich Sc