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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald 4 J rf CJ r f VOLUME 2 JULY NUMBER Store of McKelvic McGuire Guaranteed FitReform Pine Tailored Clothini THE LEADERS OF THEM ALL At prices that place practical economy within the reach of all RAILWAY MATTERS CONSIDERED Smith Spur V I nitiion Hears Yesterday afternoon and such as and the Jron Ivilkim and Jantos Mills of He maintained thattthv Job uw Cfumdiut Hoard of Haiiway heard evidence in rc application of the North Jobbing and Commission Co for a spur track down to their warehouse on thecorner of Smith said Kcdpaih Accompanying hadnot consulted the about before Jor the opponents to the appliua lion Simmons said they were FITREFORM fine tailored in greys and single FITREFORM tail or made in greys and brown FITREFORM fine tailored in blues and black MENS inudo of Canadian all MENS TWEED hi greys single breasted Special Values in Balbriggan Underwear at Suit made of tweeds and worsted any BUSINESS SUITS made of lightwght imported worsteds in FITREFORM made of thorough ly SPECIAL VALUE in Mens Tweed Suits TWEED SUITS in grey and blue wor All suits finished to your men sure by an experienced McKELVIE McGUIRE Exclusive Mens Outfitters Lethbridge the coinmissiontis were Moun the consulting engineer Dil ami various sciitHl by of Macleod for tho applicants ofCalgary for the and It Morton for the and Simmons for those opposing the The evidence of niaii ogor ofthe Jolbing went to prove that the would le a len Cfit to the ami their customers and that in the handlingof perishable goods it was a that the value of projjerty along the spur be in that thefire danger was no fromother Hennett from witness that prepared to pay any damages thatmight accrue and that they had rvo provis ion for claims for damages against ilw and for leaving cars on the The witness claimed ithat Smith was practic ally blw only avnihiblo place for the bookkeeper for tho unl gave evidence ins to the mmvber of bythe blacksmith sup ported Cclnimrns contention re gaitling jiropcrty ience to people and fire similar Howmnn gave rc garcling real ostntc values awl insur ancv supporting the application lkniicUt for the ob jected not so much to building the not desiious of interfering with the facilities of any firm but claimed that vested interests should IKJ pro Sumuiery awl LOUT Cpolueft Coat ribu THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD TORONTO ESTABLISUE1 1867 President General Manager Superintcndtiit Paidup Total BANK MONEY ORDERS 87 BRANCHES W AJLBRRTA CALVARY EDMONTON HIGH K1VER LEAVINGS LETHBKIDGC MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT MAIVTON STAVELY flNCHER CREEK POHOKA VEGREVILLE IKER VERMILION LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C MANAGER Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Coital ktowc Prafii PRESIDENT HTSIfT LORD STRATHCOSA AMD 1IOUNT M SIR QKORGK GlimAL Brancnes and Agencies at all principal points in Canada Also in Englai d Spokane Travellers Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issuad lor use in all parts of the COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS i Drafts at all points In United Europe faud Canada Interest niiowed on at current Lethbridge Branch tlrat would be en daucerel aiicithat of thocciisont of the uicruliani to the closing of Hound bhould IMJ Kooncy and ilic testified that as Smith Street spur would in jure t hoi r tratle as ho tel Magrath iiuoniMxl Conu7iission that the Brewery a the Iron Works had joint application in for spur atMaclecxi J one to serve all part Iterford of the objectel tospur bchiixl his None of the witnesses objceuxl to the proposal spur on1 Mudeod Road but Engineer Mountain pointed out en diflicuKiesthat might prevent such a Commission will give their jmlginont in the matter in a short THE CARDSTOX of Spring President Of Card ston JJoawi and Wool President ot the Caixistonbranch of the Alberta Fanners Association before the Com missioners concerningthe conditions on the They ask ed to have sthe recommendations of tha ConTmissions chief traffic man agcr carried especially re duction of the rate from five ceots to three centra JellitTe in a urguirujnt maintained that thehigh mte was as well as caus ing scttlcis to leave The piwent fare to CartistonWl re turn was while the fare usocl to be only for the round Xow that the railroad was on sjnir birt to tle onerous1 rcsponsibil Hy ofdangeror life and property that a spur upon the as by Conylxinre was ithey wereriotopposeil to hav ng the spur but suggested a route on Mndcwi Foiti l Smith or sonwi other route that The of summer Will not slip away without these lovely Dresses displaying their beauty in FaihJona Pnx if small prices can take them From to for these Did ever THE ILLUSTRATIONS CONVEY A REPRESENTATION OF THEIR THE SKIRT is AND THE MATERIALS ARE NOT SKIMPED FOR THE WAIST AND V Theyll make hand some visiting re gowns for the hot NOVIMODI SUMMER DRESSES Princess with coffee or fancy opalescent Sizes 32 to Made in white taffetta Japanese silk v ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES and under 3 cents Over S5 and not exceeding 6 cents 10 cents 15 cents These Orders are payable at par at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank Yukon and at the principal banking points in the United They are negotiable at to the sterlingin Britain and They form an excellent method of remitting sums of money with safety and at small and may be obtained without delay at any office of the Bank a paying basis the rate should be fc deputation also urged HIKi operation of Lhc Kiinhall branch Junctions to serve a farmers who coukl mt afford sir to nrne cents a bushelto haul grain to tne present The cnminissjon promised to make ar rangements in the futureto hear the vould serve other existing industries Lethbridge Takes Four from the Gets a Fifth on a ProtettLethbridgc U Now Akovc 500 00 to 0 0 0 o 0 0 1 0 Medicine July lays Lixthbrifigc picked up wo clean In Iwtling and fielding thty outclassed the Hot while honorswas about Lcthbrklge ed Ijcotcr condition ncr dicine Hut appeared with few In case f an cost the home team OHrien showed up well as LethbrrdgcS new shortstop and Mackin nml OHrien mnde real Aflernoon game Ijcthbrklge 002102323 13 Hat 0 0 11 1 00 2 5 u Foga a n d HoUis nml Evening Medicine Hat 004 00000 and and Robinson of theIsogue hns infonupd Secretary Humphries that protected game at Medicine has Io5n a rdcd to KAIN AT July game last Medicine Hat 30 Edmonton 25 22 21 17 30 and cuffs of Sizes 82 to 42 O A Pretty afternoon teas or evening wear Made iu spotted silk triumied with Val Sizes o2 to 42 12 Handsome Persian wii trimmed with fine tucks and Val waist short Sizes 32 to 42 10 00V lihten coffee coat of allover insertion with skirt trimmed insertion to Made in fine Sizes 32 to 42 12 Stylish Organdy trimmed with wide linen insertion and 32 to A Pleasing Street Made in Persian trimmed with embroidery panelon waist and Sizes 32 to 42 t 7 Shiit Waigt made in fine quality Persian finished trimmed with Swiss waist open short sleeves Sizes 32 1052Dres8y Persian Lawn Swiss insertion and waist with open short Sizes 32 to Finest Quality White Mull with embroidery wuist open short Sizes 32 to 42 Charming Persian Lawn waist and skirt trimmed with fine insertion and Sizes 32 to 42 Dutch JNeck Persian Lawn with Swiss finished pleated Sizes 32 to 42 a r Dressy Persian Lawn with full flounce waist open trimmed with Swiss pleated Sizes 32 to 42 5 00 Fine Organdy or Persian Lawn trimmed with wide linen insertion finished pleated 32 to 42 5 00 Stylish Outing in Persian trimmed with Swiss and Val pleated Sizes 32 to 1 5 00 For Seaside or House made in taffeta with white ground and colored strapped color to Sizes 32 to 42 y 5 3071 Dressy Afternoon made in fancy white grounds with rose bud waist has Dutch irimmed with Val hice and Size 32 to 42 10S1 Persian Lawn fancy embroider ed panel all finished Floated Sizes 32 to 42 5 1101 Tailormade Outing iiuide in green or grey Sizes 32 to 42 75 1103 Dressy Evening in made in the most fashionable coin spot blue and black and green and also white grounds with col ored yoke of fine French sizes 32 to 42 00 00 00 00 Mills1 Janies one of the rail way comnrissioners in Ijethbridge was for twerHyfivc associated with the Ontario Agri cultural College at Guelph as its The success of the college is largely duo to the management of and he is as an nuthority on all matters portnnvrng to ngricclturnl Tn with a number of crtixens inrlmling the Herald Mills expressed the opinionthat it is not best for an agricultural collcgcto dirortly conncctetl vith the university it is alright thftcol lego to bo i Mil ia ted with 1 ho larger FTc tniough atlractions to tempt stwtents shouM prove i Tliere was secret college accomnio rejoicing in the hearts of the little company as such n great authority as Mills ut lerexi views that fitted in so nicely wkh our contrntions concerning the location oftlh Work cm Bridge Starts Sooft On July rilman represent ing the large Dukes Thikos received the con for work of the high level bridge for the sum of about f As the work must be twerrtyone of the letting the work will soon off the farm wkhout plac will he renijircd and over tour him ing tho other courses study beiore The Agricultural Collegti of and yards of stone besides reH J drefl rnen are VojKtrtod to he put on Manitoba situated at Winnipeg was suffering on this I Mills expressed the opinion also nfll UK ngriculiuraI college is ter away from a large but should he situated close io a nvjd iumsized large enough to pro e Will CMC Justice Harrcy is sitting on tho case of Kcyes which a case of the will of the late Kcyes being The case vide boarding nccommodatidn for the still being SHOES i H ions as to what they choose the Dorothy Dolr shoe for its Women particular as to what they clioosc the Dorothy for its We have a splendid assortment in variety of shapes and PRICES and Dont mist to luck Conic in and be right ly fitted by our salesmen with Dorothy Dodd Prices always SOUTHARD PHONE 1OO ;