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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ft1 ft:* US VOLUME 2 LfeTfiiMIDGl, ALBEUTA.;tHUftSDAY, JUNE 20. 1907. ' K  � *! *** " 1 -  -"� 1 .........-....... Tht Store of Quality. McKelvie & McGuire Satisfaction Guaranteed Warm Weather Clothing for Men In our Clothing and Furnishing Department everything is in readiness for u rousing Summer Goods Business. You taste ami pocket vim be suited here to a nicety, 2-piece Suits Moil's 2-piceo Suits in grey home spiins made in D. B. �tyl.|>culed Agnin.-tt Incoiiii! lux nli'l his iip|x"nl wok mus-tnlnoil. \V. II. Wnlker iipiM-nled against i�.S� segment of his nWiIiIc Wihicli WAS pi need at SI ,000. The nnHe�&nv!�t will In; ndjimled Iv I . K.vlntfil* np|H-nled on Miftlfuf MIni llnlfiiiir. The clnim won mmis thnt licfore the invent owner h�i itvwle. It wo* |)oitileernvenl vould inilitiiti> nffninM the sale of properly end unuUI tend to mnke the city moiv ivd thnti.ever. He np|KMt �d ngu'twt Mpculclrher np  pcataH nRMnKt ii�.>csHinent of Itcgln j niock propierty. He said thut tho  sossjni of |>ro|k>rty on bootn prices j was not equKabte. T4k> Mn.vor point-ed out that the pi went in not u Jtliuo to n.ake vu hint ion owing 10 tho prevailing depression. Mr. I^e� in nn np|M>nl pointed out that H. I). Mmith's property nHwexH-lu^nt ot ttt.W* Inst year hod Inerens od to SM.'-'OO this, year which he thought won extraordinary. j W. C. Slmnwinn agreed with the principle ot Miit (ram HUprriisiteRKineKt. j The court loft the appeal* over for further considernt ion. + * l* ****** HI** THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE UE1U OITICE, TORONTO �. B. WALKER, President A1KX. LAIRD, General Manaser A. WBLAND, Supcriateodent of Braaches KSTAUI.lSlltlt isst Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,009 Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England A UKNKKAL DANKING Itl'SIXESS TRANSACTED FARMERS7 BANKING 86 �vary facility afforded Farmers for their banking; business. Sales Notes cashed or token for collection BANKING BY MAIL.-Deposits may be mad* or withdrawn by m*il. Out-of-town account* receive ever) attention CAU.ARV CLAKKSHOI.M KOMOXTOX llll'.H ltt\ t:u iNMSKAIL BRANCHES HI ALBKRTA LEAVINGS NAN TON STAVEL.V LF.THBR1DGK rtMCHEK CKEEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD rONOKA VEGKEVILLE MKUICINK HAT PCt) OKKR VKKMII.ION UETASKINVIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE.   . MANAOER Bank of Montreal KSTAItUSIIKI), 1817 Capital all paid up...................SU.0M.INM Kcg�rve�l fuui...................... IO,WM�.�i� balance Prodi and Losx.............. a*S.I5� Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: RlliHT hon. i.okd strathcona AND mount boy AT.. homo VICE-PRESIDENT: hon. MK ukohuk A. DUOMMONO. k. c. M. o. K. S. CI^OUH'l'OK. OlIsaAL ITA.VAIIRU BranonoB ortrl Agenoies at all tit* principnl points in n.nnnrta Also in London. E nglai d., New York, Clio^jjro, SpoknnoanJ NawIoun f\.>iiinjf. .Juno I Tilt, at iho Mn-oiiir Hull, a rh(i|>tvr� wns It.I:. foui|>. .1. N. Rutikin t'> . lira ml Sii|>t. ot Aliortn DIh triit. mIio �aH aNsihtoil liy K. Comp .1 T. Sti>|h.nM.u. IV '/.. of At wood Cha|.t.t. ,m.I I". Coinp. I*.. I'.. Ito.v-nolil>.. IV II. I' of PlitKti.n (tutu  t.t. PiitMiiiiri;. Tho utneorh InwhoKo h.iii.U tin- \\.'ltnci> i I the olmpi.t Js l>lar..(l for ilw> di'st \oar of its i-xist � � 'nr.. a r,.'- .1 -Iv Ciiiup A. ('. Mi'sw. S I-: -i'l ni|i (J.'o. tVhi-lnn. S X -Ctiiii|�. \ (i. XihIIkiiii J'riMs -romp. ('. t.V K. Xour�o. IV S Coinp. X f. Muclooil S. S -Coinp. II. A. DrHtK" dicker iRAlktrti The .1. V. i of ChlfuKO, .1 S -r. Coinp. I-:. K. Itoynolds. ">' Iffln Co. pork purWrrs II.. mis rontPinpl.itin� jentcring rxtcjtilvH.v into o|x>rnlions | in Allvrta. ^iii.M: toon �i|ipointml tlu-ir Inttwrneya lor this provimv. Iho faotor.v at ., Klinuiiton hns nhvud.v It^n atarteuA C.f.J.Cfjybtdrt"lC.,i.C.L ! C I'' I*. Conyhliaro. K. (V, Is in l*nnoxville. t}in�.. to-dny , hn\ing tho honoriii'.v dogiw of It.C.L. conforrxNl upon him by tin? rnlvi�ri�My of Hi*-hop's Collrj;,. in thnt town. Tho honorary degree is a recoKnition of Mr. Con\l��tv'h high position amoitK Canadian writors and Ik n noli deserved liibnle to his litemr\ M. V.-Comp. W. 'A.-V. Coinp. II. II. -K. Cmnp. IV II. M.firtv.r Morton .tones. Mny. Enaign low Retires. The now chapter wilt tie ler is the fc/urtli Itojul Arch chapter formed in Al-Ifi'ta, the others doing in CnlRiiry, Kdmoiiton, jitxI Mtnticine Hat. Rev. D. Jones |Ki to Taker. ttev. I). Jones, who has been for soiik* tune in c-httrKv of the St Mary's mission hero, has la^n ii|> -I ointiHl to the TnU>r parish ami left for his new Held on Tuesday night. on ilie evening it his dimnrturo a Ini^. luinilier of hiti frhmmt gnthered at the Iteotory to give him an informal send-off. A very pleasant social tiiii.- was s|k>nt, the mctitherN of Si. .M in cu's (iiiihl sorviim the re-frer-lim-'ms. The niiie.l:ers of a pletiH-iiiK piovramui' were rendered l�y Mm. Iteexe. Mik. Xenle, Mrs. duckson, Mrs Melioiinell. Miss Hulh r'r��tHun and It. Ivilnor. A well-fllle.i purse i'oiiimI its v ny to tlu> ({uest of the i'Vi'iiinu �*eur anil will nnire from the Sul.vntiPti Army work for that time. He und Mrs. Itosv have movod to their home in North Ward and in  lend spending their pcriiKl of fur -loUfclt in the city. "A sum-ssor has not yel lieen appointed. On Tuesday hnsigii Itose nnd Mis Hose g�\o their faiMWellrBildresses to jli.- Army. Kllsijrn Itos.. lea\e� th:> local corps �a giHtd shape. A hand of fhepiocos baa Uvu orgaiii/4'd. The army is ' constantly quilling, six MoKliers ha\-; ing lieen addled in the roll in lit  j last six weeks. I^oki Sunday after  i noon two children were diHlimt.Ml I Court PostponcJ. Word has tieen ivieivKl |.> Hit I Clerk of the Conn that the {Killings of the Court has Iwn post-' pon.�l from I'uesda.t. .Inly Snd. to | Tliursda\. .lulv tHi. It is iiiHlurbtoou that I*. T. .Thornton, ui Krand.ia, fonnerly of Uin-uil'eri, has couipk'ted the purchase of �the Wilcox coal mine nt TttlM�r, Alt.i. from .1. A. Illue for S'J.W.OOO. It is Mated that Mr. Thornton will leave nt onco vith (!.. S. Wyinan nml n mining experi to examine his new purchase. .1. A. Illue, who is in the city, would not nuke a staienu'ivt ivK'ardint,' the transaction, hut did not. deny Hint the deal hud taken plain KIM.IN'fi CAXAIHAX CXTTI.K I Set. .Whin, of the R.X.W.M.P. has rept rted from the Willow Cnvk de-lucluuent on the Imunilarv that a 1 large avimii'i of Canadian rattle I have Ihvii shot down liy Ami'rican sheep iaiicli,r if ahoirt l')0 wen. the last victims iThcy uere nhot on Milk Itiver. The outrage has heon o>|iort.�l at U.X.W.MI' headquarters where active st�[is ure V�ing taken to inaiigu-rule a thorough investigation.-Modi cine Hat Vows. j T\ |ce|>i llouk's Snvnges. All acceptan -Ices of this challenge are to ls� a-i-j dressed to th*- Sporting K.-litor of I the Herald ' The 2iVOl>0 Cluli will hold its regit-lur ii'onthly general nvmi-Reaay Tailoring has been sot so high that it is only equalled in?6ki| elusive custom work and those orentions, to the man who thinks, are price-prohibitive ~^'*M In this event it is possible to get fitted with clothing of tlia highest sartorisl efficiency a'ilal snving in cost of 1-!?, 1-2 and even more. Do you catch the point? t'.4*/*4l And bo sure that we will keep you right on stylo, thnt we will keep you right in accordance with the ethics of good taste,nnd fit you "to a tee." - \;\ Men's Suits High grade English worsteds mid nil wool Scotch tweedi. S nml t> B. latest b. style, brond shoulders, long, medium-width Ittp-els, clo�t> fitting collar, semi-form fitting back with creased side' seams. Price #lft.r>0 Men's Suits English all-wool serge. �> and DB style in blnck or navy. Well cut and smartly tailored throughout. Kno quality Italian lining. Price * lti.00 Men's Trousers- Dressy patterns iu fine English wor-stods.wide and narrow stripes. Well cut. of medium fulness, pockets, side ami hip.. $U.OO Men's Cravenette Raincoats Tailored in importid and tio-mestic Crnvem tteoinl $15.75 fat her of .1. II. Fleetwood, leaves the olil land on1.Inly .1th to join our water commissioner. He is coming to Cannula in company with A. Mcsscr. Mr. Mcsser has tmen doing a gooil deal of iiilKKicinury work in Kngland and is returning with quite a cro�id of urosjiective settlers. date is caused liy the |irolml>ilil.\ .if the Court of Hcvislon sitting tonight. All memlvrK are expeeteil to t/es. fancy greyshiuI plaids Special $8.75 Men's Navy Blue Serge Suits A blue serge is the most popular suit for summer wear. Cut in S uud I) B style, it's the height of dressiness. Bus wide shoulders, stylish ln|)cls medium width and roll close t fitting eollnr. Social $25.00 Boys' Vacation Miminer Suits, Less than half price is the value hint we're throwing out. Such nobby little coats-Cheviots. ThibetH. Scotch Tweeds. Harris Tweeds, Splendid selection. Sizes S'l-H't. S|x>oial per suit.................................$4.00 Boys' Single and 1). R. Suits *V.OO. A clearance of these nobby little suits to make needed room. Such splendid materials as high grade worsteds and tweeds, iu smart shades of urey checks, plaids and fancy stripes. Coats have long, wide lapels and snug fitting collars. All sizes. Special....................$4.00 Men's Bath and Lounging Robes Real nbout-the-house comfort is n stranger to the man who has never worn one-ask those who have. MEN'S BATH OR LOUNGING ROBES Made of soft eiderdown material, in grey and white, navy and white, etc.. wide turn-down collar, pocket and girdle. Price $5 OTHERS IN HEAVY BLANKET CLOTH-In a good range of patterns und colors, have pocket, deep collar, large pearl buttons and silk cord girdlo. Prica.. $10.00 A HAT FOR EVERY HEAD!. All the Graceful Shapes in all the Popular Shades. wucn jou POPULAR HATS NOBBY STYLES The Straw Season is here. You will liutl our stock of Struw nnd Panama Huts, for hot weather wear, most com-ph'te. Prices. 50c. to $25.00 The Sim rising in its course, smiles nlwuys on the Stetson It i.-. the hat of the world. It is worn hy rmd satisfies men ot all clJies ami nations. havr Ihr &Irt* Suit tni Derby Hit. tit *ll t*t. I.lrit tlylei. Tlitj'tt li^lit fnough to fluit, bit Iter father tclrcti liii Stetson hccuioe its light nriRht it a guiramre ol comfort. The iiualily of the materiali and the rncllmil nf the niakilli; amire Mrencth and duratiilily. In beauty ami tfyle the Stet-�on 11 at* are in a cU� l>y themtelvri. H'l kl>. Ik. tlelwn Suit a.ij 'kij> ll.n. WE SELL ONLY THE BEST MAKES! Stetxin's, Battcrsby. Milncr. Stanley, Hamilton, Pitt, Stella Grade, Etc. A. SOUTHARD LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Mi" ;