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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta � - - 1 h J > VOLUME 2 LfcTllBKIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, AUfU'ST 22. 1907 NUMBER 44 l * - The Store of Quality. McKelvie McGuire SfttUfftCtiOA FALL STYLES AFTER THE LUMBERMEN Proceed!*!* ImIMvM AgaiMt tk� All�f�4 Combine-A Loeil fir* laetaM. T rm Suits We direct the attention of men to tin* new arrivals we have received in Fit-Kefonn Clothing Tor early Fall, The uew styles and patterns are ntire to commend themselves strrngly to titeii of pronounced good taste in dress. Satisfaction Guaranteed in Fit-Reform Tailoring The Fit-Reform trade mark means the certainty of satisfaction It stands for Fit-Ueform quality and Fit-Reform values. Bnhiml it is the whole Fit-Reform organization, the origins, tors* in Caumln of hand tailored garments. At 12.50 and 15.03 a stylish Fit-Reform suit, tailored through-out and shown in imports! tweeds and worsteds, single and double breusted style. Combined Style and Service 4 This is what you find in Fit-Reform suits at ltf.fiO. 18.00 and 20.00. In the manufacture of theye bttits nothing Imt imported tweeds and worsteds* are used. They aTe splendidly tailoied snowim in either single or double breasted s#.y1e. Worsted Suits Made of imjiorled worsted* nhowen in blues and blacks also fancy worsteds, priees 22.00 to 25 00 Big Clearing Sale in Summer Clothing In order to make room for Fall Stock we have plaeed nn *ale a large range of bummer suil� regular prices 12.00 to 1500. �al prices IS.U0. 8.1 X), .ILIXl. ln.OU and 12AX* ttdmonton, Aug. 20- Information wa* sworn out today by Inspector Wolsolo.v charging thfl nvmtani of Unc ojwcntlvpifmniti'ltttw �f the Albcr-*ta Lunnlmr ttenlors Afwociiution with 'tho offence* |irnei M M $30...... |5 canta TntM Orders arc payable at par at any office in Canada oi* a Chartered Bank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking- point* in fha United States, They are negotiable at $4.90 to the � sterling: in Great Britain and Ireland. Taty form an excellent method of remitting atnall eutna of money with safety aad at amaU cost, and may ba obtained without dalay at any office of the Bank BRANCHES III dULBUKTA \ CAM.AftV U.AKKSIIOI.M KDMONTON HIGH K1VKK IMNlSKAIL LEAVINGS LETIIBK1UGK MACLKOD IMeTVON STAVELY nNCHER CHEEK STRATIICONA PONOKA MEDICINE MAT *ft� alKKR VEGKEV1ULE VERMILION WETASKIWIN LET H BR I DOE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSK. MANAOBR Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 all pitd ap...................114, Ketcrved Faad...................... Balance Profit aad Uvo.............. aiS.IH Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: RIGHT RON, LORD �TB*>THOOaU AMU MOUNT nOVAL. 0 C M O VICE-PRESIDENT: hon. sir oborgk a. DROMUOMa. k c. M. o. a, s, oloustov, Giuiu ravAnia rancne� and Agenoiaa at all the)principal points in Canada Also in London, tnglai d, Naw York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers* Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parta of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafu told available at all polntala United Sutet, Europe faad Canada Int^root allowod on claaia>aUa at currant rataa Lethbridge Branch B. r. BCEVE Managvr Thursday, So|rt. f?. Tho Crown will call wknoKsen from HriiiMi (.'onun*�ia ns well nn Trom thin province. The n)tlorn3v*giwrnr.*( erl arc of comminution in ih�  htraint of tmdo mw1l)em of 4hln* nrond Cot|l Co., Ltd,, Iiiih Jimt been (i�Hiie Khnrcholdem, ihl.M nwiiis to t)e im o|iout one nvilo from llnrnen' Mim*. Over tw�o yeom ago \*ur the com-piny was r��*organi/ed art I the name ihHtmrtl to the D'amond Conl Co., lid. 'I'ln m*w company houKht more l.iml arvl vei to work in i'tirncst. K. I-;. HnynoUN, who had Ju*t completed \\\* contract ioi o|Mnint( up the mine at Col/muin wnH appoinuvl Hu|w�riu  temlent atvd Phos. I'nrk^rwofwl, Cnl � I'.ary. manafter. while the Hon. Itul-\eu, liieutonniu -Kovornor of Allnn*ia was chosen as Pivsident. Tht* com-l�ny owtih l.P-M nci\�s of surface rights; .j.t.'ll nci\*s of mining rights and a tounsite comprising :u>u ncr-v The eMimoted * o|v?n1ng up tb�* ? .roadwnyft in the mine, some arc {working \. .1. S. een hurnexl which nre to he uwed in the building of thr> hoiler house, j>ow�ki* Iiouno, machine shop, i>tc. On tho town-Kite, several Iiouk's have been built ns well us a gen?ntl (Store. Near the mi no the company 1ms built three cottages und two bourding houses und some of the miners huve bought lots und building houses neur the sutiho place. A large tunk has been built, ca|Nvhte of hold iug 44,000 gulions of witter. The wnter is Jll.uered ut the river IhUumu and pumfied into the tank and from there k Is to he led into the houses. An electric power uii.l light (Want has to U> inNtnll. electric loconio -liven which are to !e us�| to haul the coal out of the mine and for motors for the muclvine shop tipple* fan, etc. This plunt will also supply light for the mine und the townsite. The plunt bus to Us according to report "one of the best coal plants for bn ml ling coul economically that there is in Western Canada'* and is to cost nearly lx of lA�thhridge and tin* surrounding district are attending the funonil of Itev. Clmrles McKilloji. fur many >\\irs tlw� |kistor of Kiuix Presbyterian Church i>f this cil>. In 188d he caiue to Ijt^tlibrhlgv a >citug *'sky pilot," in tho day� whin the West w�h wild und woolly. Nobly did ho fulfil the duties of his ofUiv, during*!** sixtovn years of his p4(s -to rate here. In 1W>2. owing to billing liealth he resigned the Knox charge and took up th,� work at Itny-mond wh^rc he r-imuued until a few mowths ago whwi he came to U*th-bridge ao sjiend the few remaining weeks of his life. Thre thing Started Fa 11 ed in wheo^t thn"dtlng hn.s iomi!k�ni-this disinit. On Tuesday tho C. S. Crest oirtfii Kturtod turning out .------- ..... In mjvohiI olhor parts mino tho muihitK-r.v thai in now tv  |of th(, SOHlh colI1,ry lho hum of Uw. inif instollKl. Uhrwher is honrd 10. C. ltaim'H of Uy tho fall of uoxt year tho Com- � Columllltt K,,,.,r Wm Co. bo..Bht pnW hopos to huvo n sp�r line (mm two carlailds from ,.. ,{. j>oniplv.Mpll thf mino to Iho iu'W tjrnnch of thc#hns ^ da.|vorwli lne flrsl on ,ha I'.i'.U. Thtt-ompany will liuild tho i^^, n^,,.^ ;Bp..r atul piovKlo tho locomotive | TJ|w (|vK Thuru num will foe si>l in work on 'the com- I pany's property nnd then doubtless, the shareholders will rec^ivo th^irbig dividends. ami cut. are pory few poor yields und these n�v T prodact of iho III^T iltMihn mills in AniortVa. Almolulcly .. nothing but i bo IlKRT thv nims un info i lit* '-IIKAD- Lti:ilT.Mth� wurkinitiiHliip out and litiisli of nil tltPM-pirimmlH in tho 8TAX. DARD FOR AixOTHBR MAKKRS.lf yon once pr��t iiilo it RtiU of MlKAUMailTK* you will linvo tin olhor. Pritv $2.50 \MT Stlit. THAT'S RIGHT, READ THE RIOT ACT TO 'EMI a lot or merchants tsv to sell you a susstitutc fob the ocnuinc "HCADLIOHT** sisyplv bccausc thcv can make a fCW cknts morc on bach pais. you* moncv is iflitnf.*No vou have a right to cxaccr tmc ovxrall you asr ron. THf " headlight " 18 the result of yearb Of conscientious. intelligent study, ftfl susbtitutc is as good -no substitute ever MM or jfcULaV * oooo. oct what vou ask fori ""' If your dealer won't surely vou with ** HCADLIOHTS/* writs VS. WC WHLk StLL VOU direct-cxrrcss rre*raiu. ' " tARNED, CARTER & CO,, MAKCftt/ DETROIT, MICH. The F.P.Sargent (Union-made) I host* (ilovi-n nn* uitub* without rivets. TI117 Imvr no iimhlo m-iiniB. Thoy 11 re hent niul wntor proof, nml will not rip Thpy cuhI 110 mon* limn onliiinry intikrB. THEY PIT. Wo fun alrto show you Ki (liffcroitt styles itt the Mnrrimu.MrlittoHli t(rrinnt)ll) gloves. TlIK BKST (JM)VKS IS AMERICA VOU KM;INI-:KIIS AM) FIUEMFN Honest All through! Rest because mnde so! S..tut-IU'ud.\ Tttilnring i� not n pru* linn ci >.-Mi*nUi>. l'irtib Swl-Kondy Sun p.-piv-Mtith ih. 1 * m-tl�y 1111 .,k1ottl." t;,�iitiin^* Ht*�'|'tot> thu drosi* To he tihle lo yet eultnred and refined- i.*iuv. All 1 Ui *' ^i*nii 1I*m�I\ reform of (he. new century with relief nail Hiitishetiou. ............ ... ^ ......w Biili ICI,iril. looking K'iniuMii tiuuK* from renlly nootl clotlu tuilorexl l�y enrneBt workmen who take pride in their workmanship, ami to have clot lies ho nearly ready for wear thai tliey can he finished in two hour*. That is Semi-ready Tailoring to-day The Semi-ready Clothes are ready to try mi. ho that a gentleman can tell at a glance whether lie liken the style* the color, the tone, and the personal Hiiitahility of either Sail or ocket of the Semi-ready garment means unrtservtdly juM what it says. Double Breasted Sack Suits \Vhich have a di/.tinctivc style worth getting, have the long roll collar, with the eorrcct three-lmttoa front, and are without side or centre \enls iii the l*ucL This suit at $20.00 Is made of fine Hluuo/. Serge, of that e\tpiisitc soft woolen texture, which is so pleasing. You may have it al-o in Tweeds or \\ orsttdsat $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00 PHONE IOO LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. \4 ^1 -" 1 r r - ri - t" 1 - 1 H F J _� 'n ^_ '^t_J Hit. r .' "�/ 1 ������ -j-/&\%4v*h ;