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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ��Hf,. IGe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, AUGirST 29. 1907. 19 UMBER 43 The Store of Quality. McKelvie & McGuire Satisfaetion Guaranteed When in my Carlmrtt Overalla I have an easy conacience as I know they are honestly made by a manufacturer who is honest with his employees. , The F. P. Sargent Gloves (Union Made). Thf^y are perfect fitting, made without seams, no rivets. LETHBRIDGE GRAINS THE BEST. Dominion Immif ration Dtpftrlmiit 0 at which {>oiht tiK.v will lie made up into e.x-hibits for dlHtribUftion to th*; var -iou8 Rtatis and county fairs in the States from which Alberta draws her nettiers. Henrtofore Southern AHwrta has not received its share of jmnviKrants chiefly because tlibse goltinR CMMl. liasscK want to wo them to go far -ther north. But tlic crops of the country south of the Crow's Xest line will daniand such attention this .vonr that (Wttlors v-ill iterforce be attracted. There arc no licttei' crops on the continent this year and in-temling w-lUcrs are bound to finui>v)'� .lod both as to conduct and j cent as againstv 257 and 75 per cent I last year. The attendance at the fron* \ Westnulnster School is crowded al the McGUIRE Only Exclusive Uen's Outfitters In LctUtoridge best pupils ability. � The following notice clippeo-.fore him, but on Friday he was taken ill with a severe' throat trouble, 'indon Wtilnesday morning died. Three brolhi-rs and three sisters "mourn the loss of the lad, who was known to ninny of his playnvates as �'�||" THE CANADIAN BA OF COMMERCE �eao offick. toronto . K. WAUCXS, PrMidMt ALU. LAIBD, Gtnanl Kuugw A. VUOJJXU, SopariattBdmt of BraschM establuued imt Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Asset!, - 113,000,000 Braaclies mroachoat Canada, and in the United States and Baflnnd A GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED OOMMCROIIl and FARMCIir papm OlMOUNTCQi -- M SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of $1 and upward* received, and lnt�rcst allowad at nrrent rates. Th� depositor Is isubi�et to no delay whatever In the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the dcpualt. ready, the attendance in the three rooms bcinK 43, 44 and 42 respect -ively. Jn the Central School the average cDrollinenC tn the Public School ]>eii�rtnieiH is 37. The sal -aries and the following accounts wone paid: ^ , ) Brodie Sc Staffoiyl, supplies $25.65. C. B. Bunrinan, expenses $4.05. \. E. Murray, repairs 1118.50. City of Ldthbridee, water 27.00. S: .1. McOiarhi'id. elec. bolls $8.00. .John Ttrodie^ cartage $1.00. A. Flanagnh^'Co. books $10.28. Um. Briggs, Books $11.45. Applications Ibr positions on the stafT were rcopital fr^om Miss McCul-loch and Miss Ipogland, and ftled. j The Baptist OKureh: wilf^ be, oflferwl $40 a month for Ih,-; uaii of tlK auditorium of the church, .the owners to provide caretaker ami ^l^t, while the new rooms for the primary and kindergarten derMirtnwnts ore lieir� ! built. I Lots 10 and 11, Block 42 wilt lie . � ' purchased for the fcum of $650 for a r. n. Paniel is a most fortunate ior the erection of a two-room farmer. itamo Fortune not being ( 'building for the use of the kin- .sati.sfiod with giving him an Al vol- �>�'�wrten�wl Primary building. The buiVdins will be erected imimc^iatoly. A Lueky Farmer. If yon want tlie Ijest, buy now. First picking from the fall crop.... Our Great International Holiday ... LABOR DAY here You will want to look your best on that occaBion, and we are .prepared to aid before with th. choiceBt stock of Clothing iiml Fine Fixings ever shown in the West. DISTINCTIVE STYLES IN MEN'S SUITS Will soon be here yon 08 never The man who is looking for something smart in New Fall Suits cannot afford i have to show him. THE STYLES ARE NEW AND VERY NOBBY They nre swell! No doubt about that! The handsome greys, browns and blues in checks over plaids and plains, in worsteds and in tweefls. are the Bmartest materials shown for years. Then, too, the suits have an air of distinctive dressiness. MEN'S 3-PIECE S. B. SUITS, ma�le from fine iiuality of Scotch Tweed in browns, greys and olive shades. Special, this week only................................ $10.00 MENS 3-PIECE D. B. SUITS, in fine English Tweeds, plain or fancy, in checks and stripes. Special value at flS.OO MEN'S FINE BLUE SERGE SUITS, in S B or D B style, made from very fine quality English Indigo Serge. These tiuits are extra value at $20.(X), but for this week we will sell them at......................................$16.00 MEN'S SEMI-READY SUITS, made from pure wool Scotch tweeds, either single or double breasted, very neat [mtferns in greys or browns. Finished to your measure f�>r $15.00 up. If you have not tried our Cigtom Tidlorin^ Department Wait until yoii seR what we can pffer you before yoii; place* ah* order for your Fall Suit or Overcoat. Our tailors are always-busy, but not too busy to give your order the most careful attention. CALGARY CLARESlIOtM epMONTON IIIOH RIVIIK ISMSKAIL BRANCHBI m ALBKRTA LEAVINGS � NANTDN STAVBLY LETHBRIDGE PUNCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PDNOKA VEGREVILLE MEDICINE HAT MU> OKKS VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE.  -  MANAOBR Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all mM."P..............    RttervedPHBd........... ...... '!!!!!! Baliace Profit and Lots.............. M.IW Head OfBce, Montreal PRESIDENT: aiSHT bom. lobd STaATBCONA AMD MOUNT BOTAL, O, o. M. 0. VICE-PREfi!lDSNT: hon. SIR oaonaa a, oaVMMONP. k. o. m. o. a. t. oloustok, GllSBM. r4N4aiB Branones and Agencies at al) tl^a principal points in Canada Also in liondon, �nglai d, Kaw York, Chicago, ' Spokane and Kewtoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft* Mid avsiltble at alt point* Id IJoited Stat**, Barope |ta4 Caaada lnl*r�*t ellowvci on d*paeil* at �urr*nt r�tm Lethbridge Br^inch - xmto^r crop, now suits the w*�thor lo his oonvoiilcnce. On Tuostlaj' the Tivin thot, sOf,k^''o. 1 Alberta Httcl. Soini.' 1)1' the oarl,ios-t cut graded No. 1�, owin.^ to ii little giwn whoaL lieing mixed -in.  The Hat Has the PcnaaAl. l>o�icon White's bunch of ball-tos-sars weiv coniplet'.M.y up in ths nir, at the H ............... 1.5 11. :i Itatteiws-.S.skes, Itussell. McLolInn and CJoiichw; Schurch and Nunzio, STANDING. rinyed. P.C. Architoct llolfson will prepare an estimate Of the cost ot tho school-building the plans of which wore pro-|>arod by Kills & Ponnery of Toronto. Principal, Hamilton spoke of tfic of necessary chemical and klndergnrtin siippHi.-s. Ttio question of li^^hting a portion of the school was also hraught up. Tha chairnnan ohjcotttd to the lights l>eing being put in but n motion carrie', Edmonton and Slwlicine Hat will lie ask p local boai'd with thr-ir schedule of i:>acheT>i salari.'s. Motlicine lint IMinonton .... Le'thbridg(f ... Calgary ...... 37 24 .12 An 52 .010 ..IT? .481 .�15 Premier Comiag Soulli. Proniier Ruihorfoivl has written W.. C. .Simmons, M.IM'., that he purposes C(rming south about th� middle of September to visit Ijethhridgo attd attend the Agricultural Fmirs at Ma-'grath., Haymiond and Caixlston. Although ho does not say so. it probaiblo that ho will have Agricul -tural rollcgio matters in his mind also. The Council ami Itoartl of Tmdo will no doubt ntake arrange -monts to imoc't tko Pren*ier when he visits the city and will place the claims of Lethbridge a^n agricultural college site tMtfore^ini. Labor Day. The Trades and l-abor Council and the various unions aiv ninking big pivtparations for tli^- tavbor Day Col-jtfhrat-ion on 31e it public nK'ss(5d by labor loaders and public men. A go(Kl programmo of sports has .|>eon arranged Including a baseball match btwt'cn the champion M.?cine Hmi team and l�th-�bridgw. A .smoker in the lAbor Temj-plo w;ill conclude (he holidays proceedings. Typof rapMeal Uaioa Formed R. Parni Ptyttipicce of Vancouver, Il.C, organi/er for Western Caniida for the Intomatioiuil Typoj{'"�P'*'��l Inion has Iwti in llJO city for nov-enil days and has completed the organization of n local union. Sidney Duncan who has recently Joined the News stal'i is presidi-nt and .las. Kor-giison soci*ot�ry. Mr. I'ctiipioce who is a delegate to the Doriiinion Trados Congress at Winnipeg next month intends visiting the various vestern (owns, where printers are numoi'ous enough to fonn union*. A HAT FOR EVERY HEAD Selecting fche Hat is an all important matter. You should liaye the one that looka well with your features. You may be dressed in the latest thing that faahion dictatea,bnt if your hat is old or unbecoming the neatness of your costume is spoiled. We have the �took from which you are able to get the right one. SOFT HATS In latest styles, including Fedora Crnsli, Telescoije, etc. Special value. .$2-50 Black Stiff Hats lu many of the beat makes. Prices from fl.SO to $4.S0 is-. Your Comfort Insurance If you take steps to be comfortable yon must take them in comfortable titting shoea. and thus insure your feet againat achea and pains. Tha custom shoe-make'rt who build VV.ilk-Over" shoes combine "kiiow how" with excellent materials. We can safely state that a 'Walk-Over" shoe will outlaat most othtT makes ghosting more money. WALK-OVER" SHOES $4.00  $5.00 - $6.00 REGISTCREO SOUTHARD PHONE 100 LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. ;