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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta mmwm VOLUME !� LI TlllllUDGE. ALBEKTA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER P, 1907. The Store of Quality. McKclvie McGuire SfttUfaction Guaranteed the lime for Christmas Shopping! selection * at their best Innumerable BiftSuggestions MEN'S FURNISHINGS Christmas Neckwear is Herein nil the Very Latest Silk Materials and Coloring. Browns and Greys prevail for Fall. \W have a most elaborate range to show you in many different shapes. Derby Ties-In narrow widths. Variety of different colorings. Price 35 cents. French Derby Ties-In the newest patterns. Price SO and 60c. Men's Fancy and Plain Silk String Ties-Price 25c. Men's Fancy Silk Bows-Price 25c. Men's Puff Silk Ties-In fancy and plain colors. Prices 00 and 75c. Reversible Derby Ties-Made of ftnrathca Silk, shown in all the newest colorings. Price* 65 and 75c. Reversible Derby. Ties- Put up in Fancy Cartoons. Just the. tiling to mail your friend. Prices 76c. to $1.25. MEN'S FANCY SILK SUSPENDERS Put up in Fancy Cartoons, made of Silk and Lisle Webbs. Fancy patterns Prices 05c. to $1.60. DRESSING GOWNS AND SMOKING JACKETS These Gown* ore shown in Grey and Brown overchecks. Prices $7.00, $0.00, $9.60, $10.60 to $15.00. ' Men's Silk, Wool and Fur-lined Mocha Gloves-Nothing could be nicer to send your friend than a pair of our fine Mocha Gloves. Prices $1.36, $1.50, $2.00, $2.60 and $2.75. SEND HIM A PAIR OF HOUSE SLIPPERS We have a large variety of these Slippers in Cloth Materials and Leathers. Prices $1.00, $1.25 to $1.75. * # * * FANCY SILK HANDKKRCHfKF6 FOR XMAS TRADE Men's Souvenir Silk Handkerchiefs. Prices 05 and 75c. Men's Fancy Border Silk Hundcrchicfs. Prices 60, 60, tn 90c. Men's Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs. Prices 20, 25, to 35c. McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lethbridge FINDING OF THE JUDGE PUT THE FEE UP TO TEN The Lumber Trial Results in For Membership of Board of a Conviction Trade A FINE WAS IMPOSED IDEA IS W. OLIVER'S Chief Justice Siftos Give His Reasons for Finding Defendant Guilty. Ktlmonton. Nov. 21>.- The prosecution of the luinht'r combine hy thy AlU'i'ta Government resulted in Chief .Justice Sifton finding W. II. Chirk of Kdmnntnn, defendant In the test ciijm I guilty of unduly conspiring -to lessen competition in the lumber business. \ flu;' of $"0(> was Imposed. The defence gave notice that it would enter an appeal. In giving judgement the Chief Jus tice said: "As 1 understand it. th" e-H r.*v �if that crime is thai mci *h"**kd :i�,"o i to do something t'r. it *. -.1 i u -duly prevent competition. In my eHtlma-tion, you can jn.liiy on-ven*. 4  1. �. * -t'tion without 'i.�i�ig * v ) !"n? vice-president, was In the chair, President Cony! t\ire hclng absent. The. secretary was Instrutted to ask the mnna#cmcnt of the Dominion Kair at Calgary, for r space sixty feH. by fourt�t*n and asking for morn j xplirit information concerning the i plan of exhibit esiwruilly to see of . minerals, manufactures, and other products ore to be separate from the agricultural. The Victoria, H.C.. Hoard of Trade sent �; fop.v of resolutions passed hy their Hoard with regard to press information furnished Canadian news-papers. Their complaint is that the Canadian news Ik not gi "en sulhvieiit de*l. dur'Ug the cours.1 of their existence up to th;� -time at which this charge was laid, in doing that. 4 -� � IMiKVKVTRD SALE OK Ll'MUKU. "They assume\l to prevent |ieopL*, enii'i.rine ii L'i ?�ate of luniher in the l j Provinc'-* of APierta under the protcc-t on of the r associat on, and t'.iey assmriMl to decide -as to where m*w yards should ts; opened by the var-inuv members of the association, and they assumed to prevent the various moml>ers of the amnciation from ship ping into regions where the price h�een fixed hy the Iocul director in conjunction with the other memlwrK of the amnciatlon e^cep4 at the oricw thut hod been fixed by that local director. They assumed to prevent the mcmliers of their association, and as far as vOs possible for them' to do, did prevent the members of their association from cutting the price* that had been agreed upon, ft hu#� , Ifoird re formed. Tahi r suggested I-*'thbrJdve us the place of meeting. Candidates for Commons. was THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE. TOHONTO ESTAUUSIIED 1807 . V. WALKER, President ALEX. LAIRD, G�oer�l Wacjger A. B. IRELAND, Superintendent of Branches Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMERS9 BANKING 86 �very facility afforded Farmers for their banking business. Sales Kotes cashed or taken for collection BANKING BY MAII--Deposits may be made or withdrawn by mail. Out-of-town account* receive every attention BRANCHBf IN AtBKRTA CAtCiARV C1.AKESJJOLM EDMONTON itK.U (xMV'EK LEAVINGS LETHBKIOGB MACLEOD STAVELY WANTON nUCHER CKEEK STRATHCONA VEGREVILLE rONOKA MEDICINE HAT WU> DEER VERMILION WETASK1WIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH n�c thfir nttftiufr tu ihv hiuvrinff of the rates out of Winnijn'^. Mr. Harford sn i (I i h 111* on checW i njj �I' the tariffs ho found that they favorvd I �*thliridg� nn*tenmmittov *h uh* look through the ofe^fT an In a-it uffec-tcd Lethhridgo. No . ^11011 was taken. Win- OHver thought ;hnt the Hoard nhould acknov Ktlgo tha rates given hy the (MVH. The C.1VH. will lie requested to improve the crossings out at the Junction. Writ. Oliver gave notice of motion that at the �ginning of the new year the mcmlvership foo U? rnl*vd to $10. MacletHl, Magrnth, Frank, Tincher ('rw^k, Tuher ami Coleman wrote hourly endorsntions of the RUggostion .of the Ijrfhhridge Hoard of Trade lKH?n said that thvm varioUN local a.s- I, u ..., �n - � 1 - 1 I that a .Southern Aluerta Asse put in. ami wlio. xhouhl put thwn in. I\i tuy mind there could be no stronger e\ uieiue of undue lessening of com|*�i it ion than the e\ itleiiw that was given in regard to the lumber sold to the municipality of the city of Kdmontnn on that occasion in tho direct inteivst of the uccusi'il anil within th*� very knowlmlge of the uc-cJsed. In the city of (*aigary we dud that the city of f'algar.v is desired t buy lumber and that one firm I here, apparently breaking the rules of tl e association, icd the price of $'2H.fiO, und that hi^ wwh brought bi�foiv the* memlH'rs of the association and th'.s tender held up to him by two or three members of the association, officials- of the association in so mo respects, and he was asked how bo could possibly tender at $2tt.50 for that lumber, assuming to decide us to how that mun hh.m.il I govern his own busfness. If ; . re is u' ythinur important in imnu-'t * in with the affairs of a new co .1 � * h it is thul imm should have tin; vym -and T have no doubt that the i tention of parl'ament so j'�r .13 this section is conrcrm^d-lh;it men shoubl have the absolute rig it, -o long as they did not inU-'rf� itu Fur Coats, Fur-Lined Coats an Fur Caps Furs for winter are one of the best investments-Southard furs cspeebilly. Fine quality of skins, well matched, made up in the latest stylos, nnd every garment is closely examined, and not a � faulty one sent out. Truly a pood investment at Southard's prices. Men's Fur- Lined Coot*, shell made ol imported Beaver Cloth, lined in body nnd sdeeves with fine quality Canadian Marmot, large German Otter Collar and lapels. A very smart and serviceable coat. Southard'* price...................... 45.00. Men's Racoon Coats, fine quality natural full-furred skins, well matched and sewn, lined with black Italian quilted lining. Large roll collar and mohair barrel buttons. Perfect style ond finish. A very warm coat. Southard's price $65.00. Men's Fur-Lined Coats, fine English Beaver Cloth shell, lined with heavy full-furred dark Muskrat, with wide storm collar and lapels of full-furred Labrador Otter, easy fitting, the latest style. A very beautiful coal. Southard's price.............. 95.00. There was a hot contest for the Liherul nomination for the Commons in lied Ifceer. It finally narrowed to (I. W. Smith of Hed I^er and l>r. Clurkv, of Olds, and the hitter chosen. John llerron has Ikvii renominated as Cohserwitive candidate in Mac leod ilisi rict. K. \V. Pa\, Mayor of D^vHlnnd, i* the (*onser\ at no candidate for j St rathcona. Men's Fur Caps, in Wedge or Jockey style, made from Musk-rat, Otter, Beaver, Persian Lamb, Nutria, Astrachan and German Otter. Prices, $2.00. $3.50, .$4.00, $5.00, $10.00 up to $25.00. mum* mm nn Attractive Display of Trunks Suit Cases 4 It is useless to look for better Trunks ami Suit Cases- they are not made. If they were, they would be here, ply your needs than now. I give him a gift thnt would bo mom appreciated than one of these trunks or suit cases. This trunk and bag store was never better equipped to snp-?erhaps you have a friend in mind who travels-couldn't Take Over Macleod System. . ;t.-llon. W. M Vh of public wocKk, has * .*�� Kdrriorrtofi. I1 � /�hin.�, minister rl,tt. Ik.VV Ih* * 'j of SOUth f'M and is an important ncipiN of the hy t r w-Alb'MP, GIVE HIM A JAEGER VEST EDMONTON DEBENTURES t Capital Citizens Carry Debt of $150 Per Head-Heavy Interest. These Vests are knitted from a very line quality of pure wool, in pretty fancy designs small pin checks and stripes. TI)�y are very elastic and can be worn over the vest if desired. Prices run from $tt.00 to 550. All lines are sold exactly at Jeager s cat- logued prices. FANCY HOSIERY I KdmonWi. Dee. 3.-The total debenture debt of Kdmonton is over $2,H00,000, or $100 per head of the population, and over 13 per cent, of the total assessment. Next year over $100,000 will Ih* required for interest. Would be Appropriate A ANOTHER MUNICIPAL MEETING C. O. K. NOURSE, MANAGER (Continued on Local Parte.) On Friday veiling there will !>� another public meeting in the Labor Union hull t�� discuss the in.suen of the municipal elections. All the candidates an* expected to he present to i address the meeting . Several others with advice or criticism will also give expression of their views. The public are invited. have mfTny new nnd exclusive styles in pure silk, silk and cashmere, fancy c\e-huiere, cashmere embroidered with silk, silk spun, etc. Prices........from 25c. to $1.00. Beautiful aHhortment at 50c. PHONE IOO LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. W L ��. J ;