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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALttEBTA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 22. 1907. NUMBER 43 TiMStor* of Quality. McKelvie & McGuire SalUfftetioA 0��rMt��4 FALL STYLES -IN- men $ fit-Reform Suits -~---ARE IN-:- We direct the attention of uiefl to the new arrivals we have received in Fit-Reform Clothing for early Fall. The new styles and patterns are sure to commend themselves strrngly to men of prononnc(>d good taste in dress. Satisfaction Guaranteed in Fit-ReformTailoring The Fit-Reform trade mark means the certainty of satisfaction It stands for Fit-Reform quality and Fit-Reform values. Behind it is the whole Fit-Reform oi^^nization, the originators in Canada, of hand tailored garments. At 12.50 and 15.03 a stylish Fit-Reform suit, tailored throughout and shown inimporte(l tweeds and worsteds, tingle and doublft breasted style. Combined Style and Service This is what you find in Pit-Reform suits at 16.50. 18.00 and 20.00. In the manufacture of these suits nothing but imported tweeds imd worstare nsed. They are splendidly tuiioffd showeu ill either single or double breasted sfiyle, Worsted Suits Made of imported worsteds showen in blues and blacks also fancy worsteds, prices 22.00 to 25 00 Big Clearing Sale in Summer Clothing In onler 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 �,U0. 8.00, ,9.00, 10.00 and 12.00 McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive lien's Outfitters In Letbbridge AFTER THE LUMBERMEN ProeccdlAgt lMtit�t�4 AgAiaat Um AIImsiI Comhinc-A LofHTWmHtHM. " Ejdmonton, Aug. 20.- Informivtion VAH sworn out today l>y Inspector Wolseley charging the msmbers of the execirtive\t5oimniitte inal code in respect ta the conspir -'acics in relation to trade convWna-'tions. The persons charged nre a� follows: P. .\. Prince. C'algary; W. U. 'Clarke, lOdniontoii: F. 11. Becker, Cal-'gary; O. M. Grogiin, Calgary; F. W. Irwin, Vcgrovillo; J. McDonald, Ed-! monton; A. G. CtroKso, Welaskiwirt, 'D. C. Ouorlay, Ijaeoniljo; Wra. Dcon, jOlds; W. 1.. Stewart, Calgary; W. 'Barclay, Clnrosholtn; .1. W. McXIchol I lielhbridgo. The preliminary investigation will tjc hold before Inspector Wolselay on Thursday, Sept. 5. The Grown will call W'iitnesses from Dritish Columibia as well as from this province. The ttttorn3y-fMi>eral'.s any and of its doings at Diamond City.  The n�ini.'s are situat�*d on the qorth bank of the Uelly Hiver si.x miles from I�t'hbridge and atbout one mile from Barnes' 3Iine. Over two years ago a 'cw private individuals 'bought a small tra�l of coal land, forntsd I the Bulwell Ccal nnd iron Mines Co. Ltd., and bog�n mining operations. ; Uurini; July of last year llic com-p.iny was re-organi/ed ai�1 the name changrd to the D'amond Conl Co., liUl. Tha now coinpuny bought more l.ind awl set to work in earnest, E. E. Reynolds, who had just completed hi.�; contract for o|�ning up the mine ai ColjBman was appointed Supcriu -ten dent and Thos. .Underwood, Cal -Kary, manager, while the Hon. Bul-yea, I./ieutt-naut -governor of .AHjerta was chosen as Pivisident. The com-jKiny owns 1,924 acres of .surface rights; 5,loariding houses and some of the ni'iners have bought lots and building houses near the same place. A large tank has been built, cupaiblc of hold ing 44,000 gallons of u^ter. The water is fll;terod at the river bottom and pumped into the tank and from there H is to be led into the houses. An electric jiower and li'ght plant has to be installM to furnish sufllc-ient povier for twio electric locomo -tiv�5 which are to Ixs used to haul the coal out of the mine and for motors for, tba machine shop tipple, fan, etc. This plant will also supply light for the mine and the townsite. The plant has to Ijc, according to report "one of the best coal plants for handling coal economically tttat there is in Western Canada" and is to cost nearly a �|uaPtor million dol- The main tunnel extends twelve hundred feet from the mouth of the Bank o ESTABLISHED 1817 copiial lu MM BP....... .........%u,m,m RoMrvod FB�i...................... I9mm BtliRce Profit aad U�o.............. Mi.ll$ Head Office, Man treat PRESIDENT: Riaar hon. lord stkathooha ami>.mo�nt aoTAL, a. c. m 0. VICE-PRSStOENT: hon. sir eaOROR i. OROIIMOMn. k. c. M. n. 1,1. oloustom. siaaRai. VaaAeaa arancnoB and AgenoiSR at til tliBpiihoipal points in Canada Also ill London,, Kew York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Lettersof Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parte pf the world. COLLECTIONS MAX>B 0|N FAybRABLE TERMS Draft* (Old avkilabla it ill polats lo-yiiUad Stataa, Enropa fted Canada Inll^raiet ellowed on :fi)>ack to the mine t'he nKichinary that is now 'be -ing^ installed.' signs lor a civic co�t-oi"-arms sub -WHted by eight dlliVrtul compctilois The judges wore suiprised at the variety and excellence of iha designs and hud such diflicully in determ'in -ing who should hsivc the honor and the $2.1 prize �that thoy left it over for further eons idem ticn. TJie comipeL'itprs am:-Jlrs. .1. \V. ICcan, M'iss li. O. Stowarl. Miss I'".. I.. Caldwell (Tulier), Rev. .1. S. Cfcivers, C. F. P. t'on.vbsare, .lolin Lister, V. L. Mansor ami W. Brook, who su'bmittcd tttn different designs. Lest the Herald might seom to un-t'icipa'te the judges, no ui^nlion will be aiade of the sppciol good features of the various designs, which woiv suitable (or the purpose intortdod. CMftdiM Order of For��tcr� M special meeting of tb.? Ijelhbridgo Court of the Canodinn Order of Foresters was ho (thresher is heard. K. C. Baines of By the fall of next year the Com- [^^0 Columbia Flotir Will Co. bought paijy hopes to have a spur line from V^o carloiads from C. R. Danielvhich the mine to the new branch of tho#,,^^ delivered, the first on the C.P.R. Thocompany will build tlio [spur and provir suit. The F.P.Sargent (Uhion-made) Those Gloves aro made witliout rivets. They have no inside seams. They are heat and water proof, and will not rip They cost no more than ordinary makes. THEY PIT. We ctiii also show you 1.") different styles in the Morrison-Mcintosh (Grinnell) gloves. THE BEST GLOVES IN AMERKA FOR E.\(HN�ERS AXD FIBEMEN Semi-ready Tailoring Ildiiest All through! Best Because made so! ^ocal market. The harvesting i.s now general ni|l spring wheat will Xk ready to cut. in a fuw dn>K. There are very fow poor yields and these tare duo to iii>pro|>er cultivat -ion. The late spring preventing g�k)d deal of profwr sosding, witlvtho result tha't there is a large a'rneago of volunbesr crop, 'l^is will inciwasc the acnoHgc of wliout but will, naturally lessen the average yield, which, however, will Ik- nbout the snnw- an last .yonr, a.'i bushels i^or acre. i Nowhere in the two new provinces are there bettor crops is the opinion j shafts.. The drill is expected in a of the agricultural journalists who short time and as soon as it err Ives are now in the district prapariog to work on the coal property. o( the tell the world of this beautiful coun-company will he pushed ahead. try, Scnii-Iit'atl.v Tailoring is*" not a product of .yc'Sterflay. liach Semi-Ready .Suit ivpre-sents tJie evolution ofnwny^ y^'iir.s of study ninl .sti'enuous exper-ii-riw. .All �I'lf-a" ten .yeors Ago, SLMiiiltoiKly is to-day an "ideol." , tivutlenisjii liavc accepted the dress reform of the new century with relief anil satisfaction. To bo able to got cultured and refined* looking garment niada from Teally good cloth, tailoretl by earnest workmen who take pride in their workmanship, and to have clothes so nearly ready for wear that they can be tinishtKl in two honrs^ That is Semi-ready Tailoring to-day The Semi-ready ClotIi(?s arc reiidv to try on. so that u gentleman ca'ti tell at a glance wiictlier h(; likes tlie siylc, the color, the tone, and tliti personal suitability of citkor Suit or ()\('r(;oat. SEMI-READY SUITS an- titilorcd to physique type8--Type A ie for the Hliort man. Type B is for the iioruud man, Type C for the tall thin man. Type F for the fat man. etc. Heiid us your correct height arid weight, and we can tell exactly the type that will,lit you. � �> Without any exc(;j)tion w. warninl tin- lit., the wear, the color, and the dll-roiind tjualily of the Scini-Hea�ly Suits. The writteti gnanintee which yoii will Hnd in the l>ocket of the Senii-rt'iuly garinent mcfins unri'sci'vcdly just what it says. Double Breasted Sack Suits Which have a di.^.tiactive slyle worth getting, have the long roll collar, wilh the correct tlirer-bntton front, and are without side or cciitn; viuits in the liai'k. This suit at $20.00 Is made of fine Binnoz Serge, of that e.Niiiiisitf soft woolen textnre, which is so pleasing. You may have it al.-;o in Tweeds or Worsteds at $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00 A. SOUTHARD PHONE 100 LETHBRIDGC. ALTA. .,A'':.XAnZ^I_____________..... ;