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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Ine Herald mmm VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. THURSDAY,. JULY 18. 1907. NUMBER ii7 Tk� Stor� of Qttftlity. McKelvie & McGuire SatUfaclion Gvaranteed DoVouneedClofbinfl? Do You Want to Save Money T Here is an opportunity for your dollar to do the oniinary work of two. Men's Shirts, made of English Shirting, light colors, .....50c. Big Values In Balbrigan Under-wear, Flesh color, all sizes, 45u. White Canvas .Shoes Regular price 2.25, walk-out price 1.05 Men's Cravenctte Men's Overalls, with bibs, regular grades all sizes, 75c. English Flannel Trousers in stripes Regular price 6.00 Sale price 4,2a Raincoats 18.00 $10.00 and White Canvas Oxfords-Regular price 2 25 Closing out 1.50 Boys' Tennis Shoes, Regular price 1.25 Sale price .85 Wash Ties-Prices 12^c and 25c Men's Black Lustre Office Coats- Regular price 3.75 Sale price 2.75 112.00 Men's Light Tweed Summer Trousers, all sizes-Reg. 4.00 and 4.50 Sale price 3.75 Small prices like these rule throughout the store. McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Uen's Outfitters In Lsthbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE UBAO OFFICE. TOKOMTO esTAOLisuEO Iter B. I. WALKBB, frctideat AUZ. LAIRD, Graaral Muuftr A. a. UtBLAlfD, SHptriBtMdtnt of Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000^ Total Assets, - 113,000,009 Inuicbes throucliont Canada, and in the United States and Bncland A GENERAL BANKING BCSlNEaS TRANSACTED FARMERS' BANKING facility afforded Farmers for tlieir baakiag basin Sales Notes cashed or taken for eoUectioii BANKING BY MAIL.-Deposits may be made or withdrawn by naii. Out-of-town accounts receive every attention BRANCHU � ALBXRTA CALCARV LEAVINGS MANTON STAVELY CLARESIiOLM LETIIBRIOGB fWCHBR CKBEK STRATMCONA EDMONTON MACLEOD N�ltoKA VEGKEVILLE iilCill RIVER MEDICINE HAT PBH OBKR VERMILION INMKFAIL WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C O. K. NOURSB.  - . MANAOBR Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 jCaplial aU paM m...................lUjmjm �iNrvtdPmtf...................... Itjmjm BilMK* PrafIt aid Lmi.............. MS. IM Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: �ia�t HOM. LOBO itbathoona amd .MOUNT lOTAL. o. VICE.PRSSIOSNT: rom. �!� aaoitaa Ai onutnimn, k. o. m. o. 0. M. 0. a. 1. oLousTOK, oimAii if^tiMMu Branones and Agenoias at all tlie principal points in Canada Also in London, Englai.d, Kaw York, Chicago, Spokanaand Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Itettersof Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts eold �vtlUble *t til polite Is United St�te�i Europe (sad Canada Interaat allowed en depaelte at current ratee Lethbridge Branch - R. r. RCCVC Maneger SEPARATECOLLEGES Advised by Irrigatioa Con-veatioa. Alt the Iri-i'gntion Convention in Culgiiry yostoi'clay a resolution was imsMNl eniloi-siiig the so|mration of the A'gi'icullurnI Colloge from the Provincial University ujkI favoring thv! pisiclrig of the Agricultural College in an irri'gntiorv Uistrict. W. H. l''a'irfwl(l, the manager of the Do -minion I-^xiKsrimental Farm at L�th -britigte ma'fJo as trong pica in favor of the motion in a splentli*! s|jeech. The Convention also rccomimcndcd the appointinent of a .loint Coinmis-sioif by the Fixlerul Oovornnient and the British Columbia government to une(l until eight years of age when her people niovtvl to Bruce County, noar laickncw. In 1874, she and* Mr. Tlf!in weivj married nml posided near Go-derich on the Tfflin home -stead for seven ,\enrs, when they re-turiH?d to Lucknow. � Six years ago they came to Lothbridge. IJesiidi^s her husl>aml, therv weroleft to mourn, one' daughter, Allie, and four' sons, Alliert, Itculion, .John and Melville, all of whom reside at home except Iteuben who is a C.P.R. conductor with present headquarters at Lothliridgio. Thivo si.sters in Ontario survive. Mrs. Tiffin will lie greatl.v missed 1)y a very largo circle of friends, who knew and appivcintod 'her kindly disposition, hor hospitality, and her consis'tent Christian character. As a memibor of the Matheriuwntal Farm. Plans are being pi'^pared by the I)e-part.niont of .VgricuMuro, Kdmonton, for the buildings. Entry by Proxy. Instructions iiave lieen i'eceiv�d by the Dominion 1-and agvnts from the Departniwvt of the IiHerior to allow what is known as entries by prox.\-for home.steads. .An.v memilier of a man's family nuiy make enti-y for a hiiiiiestead lor him. No (-thor pi'o.xy is allowed, however. The |>erson in whose name the entry is ,made niust apficar at the land ollicc within six nionthsto perfect the entr.>- or it is cancelled. Tina prox.\- sy.s^tem is ol>-'.�if.'Usl.v n gi'Ottt convenience to pros-pactive homesteaders. Traction System Started. I'ho Diamond Coal Co. is starting a tmction .system lietwoen Diamond City and I.ouvings. A'large road tmotion engine is in commission and hauls seven waggons loadwl at a trip. The wag'gons are loadrni with coal and taken to Ijea\ings, the re -tuin loads Ixjing nKHhinory and sup-plle.s. The Co, are in this way bring ing in their nctv plant for the tipple and the electric haulage* sy.stem. Thos, UnrterwoT! was in the cit.v yesterday in company with Engineer Christie who is in charge of the Ijeavings end of Mif transportation system. ATTEMPTED HOLD-UP ClyMsy liif hwayman is Un-sneeessfvl. Last Sunday when C. O. K. Nourse manager of the Dank of Commerce was out driving on the prairie to the north-enst of the city with his two children and his father-in-law, he was the victim* cf an unplea.sant experience. A ninn on back rode up and iiMfuired conw-rning some hcrses and upon being told by Mr. Nourse that be had seen no horsofi, he replied, ��'You have one of my horses yourself." From his nuanner it was evident that he was on evil bent He rode �Iong attempting to crowd the bank manager's team off the trail but finally seeing that he could get neither horses nor inonej' without going to extremes he did not cara to risk he iwle olT. Mr. XoursD reported the incident to the Mounted Police 'who are following the nwtter up. ANotedMilitar^Man. Cel. S. u. Steele, C.M.G., District Officer, commanding for the recently created military pcrtaii't posi -tion. Col. Steele canro 'to the west with the original force of Northwest Mounted Poliice awl was stationed at Macleod for many years. He passed through the present city of Leth -bridge when all was to lie seen were coyotes and bulTdlo. .lust here it might Ik! mentioned that the Colonel �nY|M ming throuighout. Price............;. V*P�UII Finished to your measure in two himik. The Latest in Men's Furnishings Expect at all times to find in this men's furnishing store the latest worti of Fashiondoui in Shirts, Neckwear and other essentials in men's attire. For Saturday White Fiaue Shirts-The accepted style for outing wear from Isew York's foremost designers. Blue, zephyrs, fawn tussore and plain grounds, with embroidered spray or check design. Sizes 14 J tol7. Price $2 to 2.50 White ^Negligee Shirts-In fancy mercerized striped Percales, double yoke, cutl's attached Sizes 14^ to 17. Price..................................$1.25 Men's Pleated Bosom Shirts-A new style that takes the eye in a jiffy. The bosom is closely i)Iettted, Fancy broken stripe on steel grey and blue grounds. Sizes 14^ to 17i Price......................$1.25 Men*i� Bengaline Silk Neckwear-Just "wliat's wanted." Splendid color range : Mauve, purple, blue* turquoise, green, grey, cardinal, sky, navy, brown. Four-iu-hund style. Price 50c. Men's Vests-In imported English Vestings, mercerized stripes and checks; some trimmed with fancy braitl. Smart and cool for summer wear. Price...............................$2.50 Glen's Summer A^ests-Of fancy American Duck, in neat ilots, checks and striped patterns, i-a Price........................................................................... $1.75 Men's Fancy Wiish Vests-In cream, flannel effect; checked patterns. Also in plain and fancy linens*. Price..................... ......,................................ .$2.U0 A Rich Variety pf Charming Styles in Women's Summer Dressy We're promised real summer weather now, and there'll be.a stampede Jt for these dainty summer dresses. They're all coolness and summery ele-ij). gance, and styles that are entirely new to fashion wearers this seaton^Best, H of all. we have made selection with a tliscriminatiag care that practically III ensures an exclusiveness in these delightful creations. For such- handsome summer gowns their priee-inexpensiveness is most marked. Shirt Waist Suit, made of fine white Lawn. Waist is made with point-ed yoke effect, trimmed with Val lace insertion. Skirt made of wide panel effect down centre of front,trimmed with Val lace insertion. Special $5.50 A Dainty Shirt AVaist Suit, made of white Irish Linen. The waist has embroidered front, and is finished with clusters of small tucks back and front, in yoke effect. � Collar and cuffs of litce inseition trimmed with frill of lace. Sleeves made length, and skirt with inverted pleats. This, suit is a duplicate of a $15.00 New York model. Price...........$0.00 Shirt Waist Suit, niacffe of fine white Lawn. Front of waist is made with 3 embroidered panels, edged with lace insertion. Collar and cuffs trimmed with lace and insertion. Skirt made with eiUf * broideretl panel down centre of front to knee length, finished with clusters of tucks, and trimmed all around bottom with roAv of insertion and deep tuck. Special........................$6.50 Shirtwaist Dress of fine White Lawn. The waist has embroidered yoke effect front and ' back, and finished with heuLstitching. Has stock collar of lace insertion. Finished front and back with Val, lace insertion