Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
Herald VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, JULY 25. 1907. Tk� Slot* of Quality. McKelvie & McGuire Satisfaction Guaranteed Fit-Reform Fine Tailored Clothing THE LEADERS OF THEM ALL At prices that place practical economy within the reach of nil, RAILWAY MATTERS CONSIDERED Smith St. Spur Trnck--A. R. 9f I. Puiuiir Rntea-mission Heart Evidence. >Com- FIT-REFORM fine tailored Suits, in greys and browns, single breast. 12.50 FIT-RKFORM tailor made suits, in greys and brown worsteds.....10.50 FIT-REFORM tine tailored suits, in blues and black worsteds .... 22.50 MEN'S Sl'ITS, made of Canadian all wool Prlre.... Tweeds. MEN'S TW E E I) SUITS, in greys - and browns. Bingle-b reus ted......S.5H Special Values in Balbriggan Underwear at 90c. Suit FIT-REFORM suits, made of imp. tweeds and worsted any style .... 15.00 BUSINESS SUITS made of light-w'ght imported worsteds in greys.....20.00 FIT-RE FORM suits, made of imp worsteds, thorough, ly tailored. .. 25.00 SPECIAL VALUE in Men's Tweed Suits at......7.50 TWEED SUITS in grey and blue worsteds.. 10.00, 12.00 All suits finished to your measure by an experienced tailor. McKELVIE & McGUIRE . Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lethbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Yesterday afternoon und evening, Judge KilUim Mini Dr. .lumen Mills of the ('iintMlitiii Hoard of Hallway Cnnir lM'ls�lrs liinird e\ Idenre In ivgmnllo Ilw np|.liitii'imi of ihi' North West. .lolrMng mwl Coiniiil.H.slon Co for n spur truck down Smith St. 'to their warehouse on the corner of Smith und Hed|>nlh Six. Accompanying the eoin'inlKsitHters tveiv O. A. Moun-tnin, the consultVug engineer; F. I>il-llngvr, their operating export, and It. 11 i ohii rt Ison, w(� ret n ry. The various interests wort' ivpiv -sented li\ coiiiispI, W M. CmiuHh'II ridg�>, foi' lhle got�ds It was u necessity, that the value of pro|iert.v along tlu� spur would lie Increased, thnt the fire danger was no greater -t htm " fnnii i>tlter spurs. It.It. Bennett flititiHl from witness Unit his coinimny wns not prepared to pny nny damages thnt might uccrtlc iiihI lh.it they hud nmdn ito provision for claims (or ditumfpa against the t'.l'.lt. nml A.It. & I. for leaving rurs on the street. Tho witness claimed 'tinit Sml'tli St. wns pructic-nlly Kie only nvniliilile place for the spur. K. S. .ItirkM n. bookkeeper for the N.W..I. un* principal points in Canada Also in London, tnglai d, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Kewloundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts) of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts sold available at all points In United States, Europe (and Canada Interest allowed on deposits et current rates Lethbridge Branch - SJ B. T. REEVE naaer Ntich as the"Mrovery und tho Iron-Works. He maintained that tin; Jobbing Co. had not consult�"' bofotv building. Kor thi; opponents to the nppliou -thin W. ('. SlminonH kumI tiey �vi-c ittrl. dcKlrouit of Intcrforinu with the fucllitlcN of nny firm but clHiiik'd thnt vesletl IntcrcstH shonkl )rc pro-Invteil, tlwt thfl^publit; would l� en-(Inii^crvd and 'thut th? conilitlons of the censent of the inurchants to the rloHlng of Roumi 81. should be nttiiti-tnliK-il. K. Itooncy nml II. K. M'io-Uich tottifk'd that ns Smith .Street Hpur would injutv tlK-ir trade uh hotel kepix'i'h. C. A. Miigrulli infonnod thi- CoiiiniisHion thnt the Brcwerynnrl the Iron Works hud joint itppllcntioo In for ii �|�ur lit Mni'lootl Houd snggi'sU'tl one spur to Herve all pnrt-ivs. Mr. Itarford of the Ucnlt.�y Co. objected to spur hehiml his bloc!; None of the witnesses objected to the |)ropos2-Dutch Neck Persian Lawn. Suit, with Swiss insertion, finished seams, pleated belt. Sizes 32 to 42...............................................;........... 6 00 10M-Dressy Persian Lawn Suit, with full flounce skirt, waist open front, trimmed with Swiss insertion, pleated belt. Sizes 32 to 42 .................................... 5 00 10G4-Fine Organdy or Persian Lawn Suit, trimmed with wide linen insertion on waist and skirt, finished scams, pleated belt. Sizes 32 to 42................................ 5 00 10R8--Stylish Outing Suit, in Persian Lawn, trimmed with Swiss and Val insertion, pleated belt. Sizes 32 to 42........................;................................. 5 00 (Special, to tho llernlil.) > .Medicine Hal. .Iuly On yonter-' ilay's kuiik-S 1 Jtlhbrklge picked up two i'Icmii \ ictories. In Uitlitig and nVWIiug llv.'j outclassed Hie Medicine Hut te.nn, uhili' Imllcrv honors wus about even. I.ethbrUlKe 'team showed better imlividiuil condition and M.-diciiie lint men ttppeuiwl oil color with few exceptions. In every ense of an error-it cost the home team soiiK'lhin�. O'Mrien showvd up well as IjethbrhiKe's new shortstop and Hues, Muck in nml o'llrien mnile a ipviit Infiol-d. Afternoon (funic: UfthbrMge ..... 110 2 1 0 2 8 2 3 1!) Medicine.. Hot ... 001110020- fi IJo'Meries- Kchurch, Kogni'ty and Itogers. Mollis anil Benny. Kvoning game: U-thl.ridg.� ...... 0 0 0 f> 0 0 1 0 1-7 Medicine Hot ... 00400000 0-4 Batteries- Kogarly and Hoger* Wnrrelt, Works and Benny. STII.I. AXOTHKIt. Pres. Ftiibinson of the league has infonik'd SecnL*tary Humphries that the protected game at Medicine Hut litis l.e.-n awarded to lethbridge. MAIN AT KDMONTOX. fkltnonlon, Vo Rflme last July nijfht. 25.-(Si>ecial).- Ituin. STANDI SO. Played. Woa. Lost. PC. Medicine Hat ...11 HO 21 .500 Kdiuonton ......IT 25 22 .5!I2 U-thbrklge . ...I'J 2.1 21 .510 Calgary .........IT 17 510 �U2 Dr. Mills* Opinion. Dr. .Inmes Mills, one of the railway cDiiuii'issioners in l�Uibritigo yesieriliiy, was for twenty-llvo years associattxl with the Ontario Agrl -cultural College at (!ut>lph as its jin'skli'iit. 'i'he success of the college is largely r. Mills expressed the opinion also that the ugricultiiitil collego is hotter away from a large city, but should be situnted close to a mod-[ium-sized place, large enough to provide boarding accommodation for the students should the college accommodation prove imi9-For Seaside or House Wear, made in taffeta cloth, with white ground and colored rings, strapped color to match. Sizes 32 to 42......................5 00 1071 Dressy Afternoon Costume, made in fancy muslin, white grounds with rosebud design, waist lias Dutch neck, trimmed with Val lace and insertion. Size 32 to 42.......................5 00 108] -Persian Lawn Suit, fancy embroidered panel wuist, all finished scanm, planted belt. Sizes 32 to 12..........5 00 1101 -Tailor-made Outing Suit, made in blue, rose, green or grey zephyr. Sizes 32 to 42............................B 75 1103-Dressy Evening suit, in silk, made in the most fashionable coin spot silks, blue und white, black and white, green and white, ulso white grounds with colored spots, yoke of fine French Val. sizes 32 to 42......................25 00 SHOES Not at any price can thore bo built smarter shoes than the "Dorothy Dodd," und it is said that shapely, woll-tiitting shoes are an essential mark of the lady. The '"Dorothy Dodd" iB the problem of shot? perfection worked out in choicest leathers and original distinctive styles. Women fastidious as to what they wear, choose the "Dorothy Dodd" shoe for its elegance. Women particular as to what they pay, choose the "Dorothy Dodd" for its economy. We have a splendid assortment in variety of leathers, shapes and designs. PRICES $3.00 and $3.50 Don't trust to luck Come in and be rightly lifted by our salesmen with "Dorothy Dodd" shoes. Prices always moderate. A. SOUTHARD PHONE lOO LETHBRIDGE, ALTA.