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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ^-1* VOLUME 3 LETflBRIDGi, ilLUBTA. tJIVnsDAY, JUNE 20. 1907 Th� Store of Quality. McKelvie &; McGuire SatUfaetion Warm Weather Clothing for Men In oar Clothing and Furnishing Department everything is in readiness for a rousing Summer Goods Business. You taste iuid pocket can be suitetl here to u nicety. 2-pieec Suit* Men's 2-pieceSuits in gr�y home spuns made in D. B. style, Tron-�era finished with cntl' bottoms, price $12.00. Fit-Reform 2-pieco suits in \iii\d greys, honie-spnns, skeleton lined, price l;{.50. Men's 2-piece suits in navy blues with wliite strii^e Fliinnels, S. B. style, price Ifi.oO. 'Fit-Reform Norfolk suits in grey home-spnns. skeleloii-liiied. Trou; sers finished witli cntr bottoms, price 16.50, English Flannel 2-piece Suits Made in S. B. style, white color witii black and blue pin stripes, prices 15.00 and 1.00. English Flannel Outing Trousers �Made of the very best English Flannel which is gnaranteed to thoroughly shrunk before placing in manufacturer's hands, price G.')(j Odd Trousers for Summer Wear Made of home-spuns. in plain greys and grey and blue stripes finished with belt ps and outf lottoms, prices 4.0U and 4 50. Black Lustre Office Coats Made of black luatre, with white striije. price ;{.75. WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE A DOLLAR. McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only ExcUiaive Men's Outfitters In Letbbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEIO OFFICE, TORONTO ESTAULISMEP 1867 �. 1. WALKSK, Preaident AISX. LAIRO. General Manager 4. I. UBLAND, Supcriatendeat of Bruchea Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5.000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,009 Bhwciies throuchoot Canada, and in tbe United States and Enclud A UE.NERAL BANKISGJBUBINESS TRANSACTED FARMERS' BANKING ^ JEvMry facility affordod Farmers for their baakia^ business. Sales Notes cashed or taken for collection BANKING BY MAIL.--Deposits may be made or withdrawn by mail. Out-ot'-tovvn accounts reL-eive every attention CALOARV CLARKSIIOLiM EDMO.NTON llir.H RIVEK JNNISK.AIL BRANCHBt m ALBKRTA NAMTON STAVELY riNCHER CKEEK STRATHCONA PONOKA VEGKEVILlE ran OBER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LEAVINGS LETIiBRIDGB MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE.  -  MANAGER Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED. 1817 CspiUI all paid up...................tU,OM,MO RewrvedFuoii................ .....I0.IM.8M Balance Profit and Lutis.............. M5.iS� Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT; rihht hon. lord strathcona AMD mount SOVAL. ti. o. m. d. VICE-PRESIDENT: HDN. 8tK UKOllUR j. DUOUIIOMn. K. C. m. 0. rS. �. CMU8TOM, aKaBAL a'AMAnaH Branonos and Agencies at all tli* principal points in Cnn.ida Also iu Ijondon, tnglai d, New York, Chic.isfo, Spokane and Nawtoundlartd Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits ' , issued lor use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft! aold available Mt all poiata In Uaiieil Staiet, Kiirope fand Canada ilnieraat allowed on depoaila at current rates r. REEVE Lethbridge Branch - LL"' tma TO su Court of Revision in fll^in^fJiii^ns A At the Court of Revision this morn ing nil the inoniilicr.s of the Council wcra piiesent e.xcopt Aid. JHfMtMonv seci'otfiry.lrousurer Hobin.son and Arnold wei-e also in attend ealod on behalfuf Miss finifour. The claim whh; made I that before the prosont owner had , hold the projiei'tj- a your, no HUpor-a.ssessment shouUI \� manic. It was pointed out tltint the council hud the ' jiower anil intention to grant a re-'bnto of super-assessmctvi if the buiid-ings wern erected. L. Al. .lohns'tonc on Iwhalf of his clientf* arguod against the size of J the siipcr-nsscssnient di.strict and ng-j ainKt the principle of supcrusftcKsing I piopurty whc'ie the citj has not, iior docs not intend to make municipal iniprovcnidnts. The claim was made iilso that the supor-assessnicnt vonld militate ng'ainst the sale of properly as (mo're vattwbl^ than inside lotH. A. Mortvon .foncs appeared ifor the A.R. * 1.'Co. appeals. The finrtwas againak aaBcasincnt of lots uHcd as roadway in nuiWance groumla and is-solation hoHpHai. ncgardinig the Nupcrasaoaslncnt Mr. .1 ones said the area w'aa too large ond defpated thus aa'owaeftrl; A. .:8ilver ap|M>aled'against aeaaoKnt of kcusc and lota on West mitister, Hoaid as it was 91,850 Bl*ove punrJiase price. Mlaa lleVaul appcatcrt as.. Mni'itb'� property asiicss miJnt of �2,S00 last >-�ir had ihcrens ed to i|l�,2O0 this year which he thought WBS oxtrnoi-dinary. W. C. Slmnions agreed with the and would tond to make the city ' principle of sut>ontHscssinulcd againat real the iK>in( /fhat insifteiitproporly with estate assessment of $11,000 tor poor ahacka should not .tie cwampt bank pro|>erty. Ijnst year it was as- . fi�m superaaaossmeirt. sass-ed for $4,000. Assessor Arnold | The court left the apr>eals over for i said that a.s coi-ner lo'ts they .-are fMrtilcrvconai(lemtifln, . . Skckinnh Chapter. t)n Monday e\tor. and IC. ("omp. K. K. Ucy-nolds, V. n. V. of ritt�ton Cimp  ler, Pittjiburg. The oflicers inwhoiie band'i the weliaVo cf the chapter t� Idnct'd for. the fu'si ye.-iV^of its exist once are:- .1 -F.. Conip. A. C. Mesfser. S. E. -Ccmp. fJoo. Whclau. .S. X.-Comp. A. G. Vcdham. 1'reas.-Comp. 'V. (J. K. Xourse. I*. S - n;.' Comp. X. T. Macleod. S. S.-fJomp. H. A. Prrggs. .1. S.-r.. Comp. K. E. RteynoWs. M. v.-Conip: W. H. McQnegor. X.~K. Com|). B. Morton Jones; H.-K. Comp: 11. Mny. Ihe new chapter will be dbsignattsd the Shekinuh Chapter of Royal Arfh jMasons and will meet on the fourth Monday of each month in the Mason ic Hall. After the installation, the hivthrcn 4lid ample .iusHice to a supper which had been pi-o^'i'dert, and enjoyed on o.xct'llont prof;ramme of songs and stories, as well os tlvB usual toasts. A good representation of visitorswas presont from MncletKl nnd Taber. ShekiiiaU Chapter is the fcvirth rioyal Arch chapter formei,> was s|ient, the nwcmliers of S(. Monica's Ciuild serving the re-frtishincnls. The numibors, of a pleasing' i>io,aramiii;-> were rendered by Mr.-j. lW\e, Mrs. Xeale, Mrs. Juckson, Mrs. Midioniicil, Miss Ruth Freeman and 11. Ivilnoi-. \ woll-fllled purse found its'way to the guest of the ev't'tting as a token of gooil-fcUow -ship.  c. i.| Cj^mM^ ic, ft.c.l C. r. ConVl4xre, K. C., Is i Lenno.xvillo, p's College in that town. The honorary degivo is a recognition of Mr. Cohybearo's high position among Canadian writers and is a well deserved tribute, to his literary ability. Ensign Row Retires. r.nsish Kose has got a furlough for a year and will retire front the Salvation Army woi-k for tliat tin>e. ,lle awl Mr.s; Rosa have nwvod lo their home in North Ward and ' in -tend 8j>ending their period of fur -lougli in the cit.\'. ,'A successor has not ye-t licen appointed. On Tuesnlay Kn.sign Hose and, Mrs. Rose ga\e their farawell^Midresscs to iUe Army. Ensign Rose leaves the local corps ''a good shape. A .band of Hvcj^icccs has l�en organized. The. ar��y is constantly gnining, six sokliers having Ijoen odd�l to the roll in the last six vieekHi. Last Sunday after -noon two children were' dedicated. ft is uiHtcrstoon that P. T. .Thornton, of Itrandon, forincrly, of Winnipeg, has completofi the purdtnsc of (he Wilcox coal mine nt Ta^3er, All.i. from .1. A. Blue for, $230,000. It is slated that Mr. Thornton will leave at once with C, S. Wyman and a milling expert to examine his new .J. A. Blue, who is in the city, would not make a statement ivgaixling the transaction, but did not deny* that, the deal had taken pliico. Junius Fleetwood of Lincoln, Eng., father of .1. H. Fleetwoo' elusive custom woric and these oreati6ns, to the nwn who thinks, are priee-prohibitfTCli' ' In this event it is possible to fi:et fitted with clothiOK of the highest ssrtnil Sufi utt Oeibf Hat. in kll the Utret itylei. because Its light weight ii s guarantee of comfort. The Quality of ilie materials and .' the method of the making airnire Mrencth and durahiliiy. la 'beauty and tiyle ilie Siet-' ton Hall are in a .tlais :by / themselves. We tk< l�r�l Slelwn ; Suit and lUll.. v 9 Prices. 50e. to $25.00 WE SELL ONLY THE BEST MAKES i Stet.�on's, Battcrsby, Milner, Stanlc3\ Hamilton, IMtt, Stella Grade, �tc. A. SOUTHARD ;