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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 2 LETIfRRIDGE, ALBERTA. TIll'RSDAY, AtKil ST i>!>. 1907. NUMBER 43 The Store McKelvie Satisfaction 1 of Quality. & McGuire Guaranteed 1 LETHBRIDGE GRAINS THE BEST. Dominion Immigration Department Gete Sii Carloada of. Samples from Thit District. This jvnf all eyes nre turned to  ward Southern Alberta In general mill the l,ethhridgc Curdston district in Particular. When the author-Hies want samples of the best, they semi In this district lor thnm. A. K. (11utiv|i)irios assistant immigration |agent Iiiim Just relumed from � trip (hiring which h.' curried out his or-ili>r from .1. Olu-il Smith. Immigration Commissioner nl \Vinnl|M*g to get 11 lot Of SIIIUplCS of ({I'M ills Kill I glllSS- es for exhibit ion purposes. Mr. Humphries secured two thousand shonves of fall wheat nl Card-slon and two thousand sheaves of prize-winning spring wheat near fjnth I bridge, lies Ides these he got three hundred bundles of timothy liay Mid 'two hundred bundles of ulfnlfii from the IjMtvbrldgc district ami three hun- dred bundles of llrome gross from Card st on. Six cent will \erforee U-nt-trnolcxl. There Ml'" no lietter crops on the continent this year �nd intending nelllers ate bound to find It out. f If yon want the ^| liest. buy now. �ft 'Ml First picking from the fall crop.... Will you as When in my Carhartt Overalls I have nn easy conscience as I know (hoy are honestly made liy a manufacturer who is honest with his employees. i The F. P. Sargent Gloves (Union Mailt*). They are perfect tilting, made without seams,uo rivets. McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Uen'R Outfitters In Letbbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Reuben Beynon Dead. Pupils and touchers of tho l/'lh - bridge schools will regret In lenrn of tin- death of a former school-mate and pupil. Ileuben Iteynoti. who left n year ago to go to liv�. at Itegina with his hrothers and sisters. While ' in l*�thhrlry l�i*i��f illness. He was the youngest chilli of the Inle .1. H. und KeKven lleynon. nnd was horn at llnriney. Man.. .Ian. 'JT. 1805. He ivinovMl with tin; family to Winni|�g in I90U. wlieiv he nt tended school until souMthing over two years ago. Simv then he has livetl with his lirolher, W. A. Ileynon. now of I'Tnte-vnii, Sask. IK- pass�l nis public school lesiving cxuuilnat ioi\ very crod itaMy al the recent vxumination. anil seemed �o ha\e a hright future ' Ui  fore him, but on Krldny he was 'taken ill Willi a severe throat trouble, /tml on WexllleMlii.v ntorning died. Thru, lirothvrs and three sisiers iiiotirn th- loss of the lad, who was I mm a to iniuiy ot his playuwites ns "Umiinil, ' �BAD OriICK, TORONTO CSTABLUUEU 1. X. WALKER, Prctidtnt ALEX. LAIBO, Central Maiuftr A. B. IEELAlfD, Supvrtatudrat of BtMchc* Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5.000,000 Total Assett, - 113,000,000 Branches throughout Cauda, and ia the United States and Eat land A GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED COMMEftClkL. AND FARMERS' PAPER DISCOUNTED: A Lucky Farmer. Seh*ol Matters. All the nietnlwfs of the School llonrd were present al the Monrd meeting on Wednesday evening. The prtnelpnl's report showed n Inrge in-erensu of aMendancc o\t?r the month of Augiift. 11MMI. The enrolliiM>nt �t Central School Is Mil and at We*t nilnsU'i- I'JP making , total, of II'J �s against 841 n year ago. The av .lint cfl .10 viK S*M waui�pui�vi� �3�i.i-'i ixnt ns against. 857 �nd 75 nor cent lust. year. The attendance ut tho WndnriMdor School is crowtlinl nl -ready, the n-ttendance In the three rooms lieing 4,'), 44 and 48 respect  Jvcly. In the Central School the average enrollment in the Public School IViHirtinent is �7. The sal -urles nnd the following accounts were paid: Hrodie A Stafford, supples S25.�i5. ('. II. Ilowman, expenses fl.OS. A. K. Murray, repairs �18.50. City of Lpthbrldfie. water S27.0TI. S. .1. Mcl>inrmid. elec. tuMls $8.0o. lohn liiodle, cartage tl.OO. A. I'lntia^ran t'o. tmoks $10.28. Win. ilriggs, nooks SI 1.45. Applications for positions on the. stnft were rcoci|Kt from Miss McCul-loch and Miss t?oKlnnd, nnd filed. I The llupllsi Church will 4*. offenil S'lo a month for tli.> um of ihe auditorium of the church, the owners to provide caretaker nnd henl, while the new rooms for the primary awl kin-Uergnrteti departments are lieing built. I lx>ts |0 ami 11. Block 42 will Ih-purchased for the Mini of $d50 for a Our Great International Holiday LABOR DAY soon be here You will want to look your best on that occasion, and we arc prepared to aid is never Ix'fore with the choicest stork of Clothing ami Fine Fixings ever shown-in the West. DISTINCTIVE STYLES IN MEN'S SUITS The man who is looking for something smart in New Fall Suits cannot afford to miss what We have to show him. THE STYLES ARE NEW AND VERY NOBBY They are swell ! Xo doubt about that! Tim handsome greys, brow ns and blues in cheeks ovi-r plaids and plains, in worsteds and in tweeds, are the smartest materials shown for years. Then. too. the suits have an air of distinctive dressiness. MEN'S U-PIKOK S. B. Sl'ITS, made from fine quality of Scotch Tweed in browns, greys and olive shades. Special, this week only................'.'............... $10.00 MEN'S eing t ffomo building for the use of the kin-satisiVd with giving him an Al vol- dertmrten uml primary building. The unte-r crop, now suits the wvnther IbulWinj will be erected immrrtmtely. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT DeptMita of $1 nnd upwards received, and Interest aJlowad at current rales. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever In lh� withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit. crop to his con,'eiik'ntv. On Tuesday the r.iin that so,k�*l this city never IoiicIhsI his farm vh�e loaded l�e -��e in th  air at ill' Hat and ibo|i|nil the vttole series, four gaiiH's to Iteiiny's iikii. l-t was a case of nerve and the Meili -cine Hat players h,il the goods. The score last nielli was 1 I-H in a six innings gate �. Ihe Itattle I el wei-n the tail-i'nders on the local field was awful Mor -risou's hunch poniidisl the t'algarv pitchi-i's all over the lot and whut lli-y didn't take tlmi way, Calgary gine tIhmii by their eleven errors. Schurrh �as in good form nllouing only lour hi'ls. Tho Score' Calgary ................. - 4 11 U>thlu-idge .............. !.*� II :i llattel'ies- S.\Ues, Kussell. McLullntl iiikI (,'oiichee; Si hiirch and Nun/.ie, .STANDING. I'layed. Woa. 4^ost. P.O. . ;�o :w .mo pare an estimnte Of the cost of .the school-building the plnns of which were prewired by Kills *. Connery of Toronto. Principal, Hamilton spoke of the ol nereKsnry chemical nnd kindergurun suppHi-s. T1w> question of lighting a portion of the school was also brought up. The chairman object,*l to th? lights doing U'ing put in but ,i motion carried providing for the wiring of one room, the office, the corridors and the boiler room. The High School Literary Society was given |>ermission to put a p'n"" in the school if they wish. Considerable discussion followed!he suggestion to engage an additional ioncher for t4ie high school or Uuy Cel eiiration on Monda; The unions will parade al 10 am aft�r which llieiv will U> a public m -.ting on thesqunr. luldressisl \>\ labor leaders and public men. A g"f| programme of sports has Iteen eit.iiigwl including a I.asebaI! match l�'t�v*n the ehiun-pion M.sliiiue Hat team and leth bridge. A smoker m the Ijibor Tenv-pie will conclude ihe holidays pro ceilings. Premier Coming South. IVunier Huth.-rfocd lias written \V.� C. Sliiunons, M.l'.l'., that he purposes coming mhmJ) id'oul Ihe midille of September to visit l>'tlihridge arid attend the Agricultural Fiwrs at Ma-grath. Ilayinoiid and Cardslon. Although he divs not say so. it is probable tliat lie will have Agricul -turnI College matters in his mind also. The Council and Hoard of Trade will no doubt make arrange -nwnits to m�*;t the Premier when he visits the city and will place the j claims of Lethhr-idge ntenn agricultural college silo buioronim A HAT FOR EVERY HEAD Selecting the Hat is an all important matter. You should have the oue that looks well with your features. You may be dressed in the latest thing that fashion dictates, but if your hat is old or unbecoming the neatness of your costume is spoiled. \\Te have the etoc.k from which you are able to get the right one. SOFT IIATS In latest styles, including Fedora Crush. Teleseojie, etc. Special value. $2 50 Black Stiff Hats in many of the best makes. Prict'H from tl.ftO to $4.SO Typographical Union Formed H. Pan)) Pettipiei-i. of Vancouver, II.C, organizer for Western Canada for th.' Typographical I nion has lieen in ihe city for several duvs and has eompletcd "the organisation of a union. Kidney Puncan who has ivci-ntly Joined the NT� staff is president and .his- Ker-guson mh-rotary. Mr. Pettipiece who is n delegate to the Iiotiiinion Trade* Congress Ht Winni|ieg next month intends vis-King tho \xirlous western towns, where printers are numerous enough to form unions. Your Comfort Insurance If you take steps to be comfortable you must take them in comfortable tilting shoes, and thus insure your feet against aches and pains. The* custom shoe-makers who build Walk-Over" shoes combine "know how" with excellent materials. We can safely state that a 'Walk-Over" shoe will outlast most other makes posting more money. 'I P^ r "WALK-OVER SHOES  $5.00  REGISTERED A. SOUTHARD PHONE 100 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Nr^^^fcMkJf^^Jeel ;