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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE. ALBEBTA. THUHSDAY, JULY 25. 1907. KUMBBR �8 Tk� Stort orOvality. McKelvie & McGuire Satitfaetion Gu�rAiitced Fit^Reform Fine Tailored Clothing THE LEADERS OP THEM ALL At prices that place practical economy within the reach of nlL PIT.REFORM fine tailored Suits, in Kreys and browns, single breast. 12.uO FIT-REFORM tailor made snits, in greys and brown worsteds.... .IfJ.oO FITREFORM fine tailored snits, in blues and black worsteds .... 22.50 MEN'S SUITS, made of Canadian all wool Tweetls. Price.........R.73 MEN'S TWEED SUITS, in greys - and browns, single-breastetl......8.5(t Special Values In Balbrlggan Underwear at 90c. Suit FIT-RE FOR M suits, made of imp. tweefls and worsted any style____13.00 BUSINESS SUITS made of light-w'ght imported worsteds in greys.....20.00 PIT.REFORM suits, made of imp. worsteds, thoroughly taiioretl. ..23.00 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 yonr nieasnre by an experienctd tailor. "A- McKELVIE & McGUIRE J Only Exclusive Uen's Outfitters In Letlibridge RAILWAY NAHERS CONSIDERED iSmith St. Spur Track-A. K. tf I PMSMigcr RMct-Cofi^ mittion Henri CviJMef. I THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Yestei-day aMornoon and evening, Ii*ilgiu Kilkini and Dr. .larnas Mills of th� Onnad from witness that 'his comi|>any wasnot prepnroti to pay any damages that miight accrue and that they had made no provision for claims for damascs against the C.IMl. and A.R. & 1. for leaving cars on the street. The witness clainwjtJ that Smith St. was practically Uie only avniilable place for the spur. 10. S. .lackscn, bookkoaper for the N.W..J. and C. Co. gave evidence as to the num'lx-r of cars used 'by the Co. A. E. Kcyes, blacksmith sup -ported F. Ctlpmian's contention re-gnnling property values, inconveii-ience 'to people and fire risks. E. V. Rylanrls, K. A. Cunniii!ghBj(^|iWHi Oeo. I{og'.?rs S'nve similar ovi�fc^ce. C. B. Iloivman gave important" ovWonco re-gnnling re�l estaU> values (int the.higit rate was deterring scttiemont as wVjII as causing settlers to leave distriut. 'I^ pivflcnt fare to Car^ston and return was fti.OO, while the stage fara UMotl to be only $5 tpr the roumi trip. Now that the railroaid was on a paying basis the rate nirould be reduced.- Tha principal points in Canada Also in Uondon, Englax d, Naw York, Chicago, Spokane aud..Newloundland Travellera' Circular Lettersof Cradlt and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts sold aTailable at all points in United States, Knropa rand Canada Interest allowed on deposits at eurirent rates Lethbridge Branch - Manaser (Special, to the Herald;) j - . Medicine Wut, .luly 25.-On .\'�ster-' daj'.s games, Ivathbridgc picked up two clean victories. In Imtiing and fielding ihoy outclassed the Motlichle lint te.ini, while IJiiltery honors -was about e\on. l.othbridgo teuiri'showed hotter iiilioij.s. In everyi � case of an error-it cost tho home tcafn soincthint;. O'Urien siiowed up well as Lethbridge's new shortstop and Sues, Mnckin and O'llrien nwde a Kr?at infield. Afternoon game: Lethbridge ...... 0021023 23 13 Medicine, Hat ... 0 0 1 1 1 O 0 2 0- ."i Ba'tterios-Scliurch, Fogart.y and liogers. Hiollis and Uenny. Kvening game; Lethbridge ...... 0 Q 0 .5 0 0 1 0 1-7 Medicine Hat ... 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0-4 Batteries-Fogarty and . Rogoift; Bari-ett, Works and Benny. The Jiush or summer! Will not slip away withott't these lovely Dresses displaying their beauty in Fashion's Pio* menade-not if small prices can take them there. From |5 to 112 for the^e beantiM. Did yon THE ILLUSTRATIONS CONVEY A REPRESENTATION OF THEIR LOVELY EFFECT. THE SKIRT IS SHAPED, AND THE MATERIALS ARE NOT SKIMPED FOU THE WAIST AND SLEEVES. Theyll make handsome visiting and reception gowns for the hot weather. NOVI-MODI SUMMER DRESSES 1002-HandBOUie Princess Gown, with coffee jacket. Made in white tuffetta Japanese silk , or fancy opulesceut silk. Sizes 32 to 42...................;.........;....;...$22 1012-Tailor-made Linen Suit, Eton jacket. ' Made in tine linen, pipcil in anycolor desired, v buttons to match piping. Sizes 32 to 42...................................... teet�l game at Medicine Hat lins hean awarded to Lethbridge, RAIN AT EDMONTON. Edmonton, .July 25.-(S|>ecial).- So game last ni^'ht. Rain. STANDING. Played. Woa. Lost. P.C. Medicine Hat ..51 30 21 .590 F>dmonton ......47 25 22 .532 Lethbridge . ..A'J 25 24 .510 Calgary .........4 7 17 30 .362 Dr. Milit' Opinion. Dr. .lames Mills, one of the railway coiTuniiissioners in Lothbridge yestoiilay, was for twunty-flvc years associatod with tho Ontario Agri -cultural College at Ciuelph as its prosklont. The success of the college is largely due to the iiiana'genient of Dr. Mills, and ho is recognized as an niithorii^' on all imtters portatning to agricultural co,lleges. In conversation with a number of citiitens including the Herald man, | Dr. Mills e.xpi-es.sod the opinion- that it is no't best for an ngricnitural coUegvito Ih" directly connected vith the uiii\ersity liiit Ih.it it is alright lor tho college to Iw'udiliatod" with the larger institution, lie said, there' wvrc MiioU'gh attractions to toin(it young mt'n off the farm without placing tho other courses of stu(>rta Agricultural College. Work on Bridge Stnrtt Soon On July 15, .1. Oilman represi^nt -ing the large W'inni|H>g contractors. Dukes and Duties i-ooaived the contract for the concrete work of the C.P.R. high levfl bridge for the sum of nliout 9800,rNX>. As the workmust ;he started within twenty-one d�ys of the letting of the contract, the work will soon coniiivJiioa. Twenty-thousand yards of stone Ix^sidcs cement will he r^uired and over four hun -drod men are reported to bo put on  he job. Will Cnte On. Hon. Juittioa Hnrvey is sitting on the cnso of Keyes vs. Douck, which is; a case of the will of tho late Jasi. Keyes being liroiested, The cast i# still being irivX. 1069-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 1081-Persian Lawn Suit, fancy embroidered panel waist, all finished seams, ploated belt. Sizes 32 to 42.......... 5 00 1101-Tailor-made Outing Suit, made in blue, rose, green or grey zephyr. Sizes 32 to 42............................3 75 1103-Dressy Evening suit, in silk, made in the most fasjliionable coin spot silks, blue and white, black and white, g|�en and white, also white grounds with colored spots, yoke of fine French Val. sizes 32 to 42 ...................... 25 00 SHOES Not at any price can there be bitilt smarter shoes than the "Dorothy Dodd," and it is said that i abapoly, well-fiitting shoes are an essantial mark of the lady. The "Dorothy Dodd" is the problem [ of shoe perfection worketl out in choicest leathers and original distinctive styles. Women fastid- i ' ious as to what they wear, choose the "Dorothy Dodd" shoe for its elegance. Women partionlar as to what they pay, choose tho "Dorothy Dptld" for its economy. We have a splendid assortment, in variety of leathers, shai^es and designs. � if^^ PRICES $3.00 and $3.50 Don't trust to luck Coma in and be rightly fitted by our salesmen with "Dorothy Dodd" shoos. Prices always inoderiite. 1460 SOUTHARD RHONE iOO LCTHBRtME. ;