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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALttfcltTA. THURSDAY, JUNE 27. 1907. NUMBER 34 Tat Store McKelvie Satisfaction of Quality. & McGuire Guaranteed INVICTUS SHOES ENMERSON MAKES -MANl'FACTl'IlEl) BY- GEO. A. SLATER The blending of the best in leather and workmanship com-bined withperfact titling lasts utid patterns it THE REASON WHY INVICTUS SHOES urn recognized as leaders in high grade stylish foot covering. (Special to Herald.) Toronto, Ont., .Juno 20.-"t leave my reputation to the groat Jury of 1li lldii. Kintncrsoti in h|n>aMng of his libel suit against the I'tvderictoii Gleaner. Mr. Knaner � I Hon iiitIvimI In Toronto Inst night and ntnyed at tlx- King Kdward lintel. Ho is on his way to Virginia nnd will leovc Toronto to-night. He is hero on private business to-day. In regard to his MM null nnd the linpix't'lngs which ld up to it, Mr. ftntlnerson hns little to any. "I mil not troubling about it at all," he said. "Wbon Abe court ruled that uny paper could publish what it liked about public mon no long as it | bellaved whet It published, I decided not to bother. 1 hnve no further in wrcit In what th�\v nr.i doing in Fr�| rlcton. It la Just like hutting your heiMl agalnitt a stone wall, t ntn satisfied so far ns the preliminary examinations Is concerned for they certainly taller! to prove the ridiculous charge that I was ejected from nn hUel with two women of ill repute, t am willlhtg to .Ipave +t in the puhllr to decide whether or not t am guilty-" , H-.- IN Every pair bears the UNION LABEL Prices 4.50, 4.75, 5.00, 5.50 and 6.00 Sole agents in L*thbriilge. Fount! Dead in Bee). Margaret Oibb of Itnymoml a tour-leon year eld girl, the irister of the cook at the Klllsoti Milling Co. construction gang, who was assisting her brother here, was found dead In bed on Sutiirdny morning. Coroner Higinliotlmin was called to t.lm --ene nnd Dr. Mc.N'nlly vns already ri attendance. It wus decided thitt inquest wns unnecessary as .'. '�nt* clearly n case of heart failure. It mnmiim thirl a year ngo the llitlegirl had suffered attacks of typho.d fp�vr and diphtheria unci ns a ��suit her heart was greatly weukoitiil. She hud lieen apparently in good health having lieen playing around until half pa hi nine the evening before. No int limit Ion of her sudden deuth was received until Iter brother tried l�. cull her in the morning. The hotly wus only M'ghtly warm when I lie brother found tier and she had evidently been ditiil for several hours. The deceased wus a daughter of I'hos. Gihhs of Mngrath. and her Midden death has cost a gloom over tlie communities where she was well Known. tkjti Another Tit. (Special to the Herald.) FVhnonton, .tune 27.-tothhridgw tied RdmotHOtl again Inst night, hat it the Miners had avoided some ser -ious errors they would have won. Ilotih Morrison and Crist were hit frwly. The feature, of the gaum was Mackin's horn* run in the ninMi, which also brought in another run. lOritnonton at the end of the eighth hail two runs to the good so Mack In saved Ijethbridge's bacon. He nlso had a thiw bagger to his credit. II. II. Iv Lrthhrldg* 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 2-8 0 1 Kdmorrtoti ,2 0 4 ft 1 10 0 0-* 9 1 McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only Exolustve Men's Outfitters In Lethbrtdge Calgary and the Hut playvd in a ten �inning gatne last score a-a. a tie ! night THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Crop Prospects. The present hot weather following thu rainfall of Ust woek nmkaaidcal weather for the crops. Travellers over'the country from tho How Hlv-to the IxMindury say that the crop* now far excel those of any other seni- nT this |m>riod. Notwithstanding the bnckwnrd spring, the crops are' according >w ns fur advanced hs in any other, lots at ear at this time, with steady warm , twwl of vat her from now on, tin- crops will such as have never tiefare lieen urvested in the Cunadlun West. ufcau oitice.tomokto tSTABMSUMl im7 i. I, WALKER, Prttident . LAIRD, Gantral M. IKKLAMO, 8upariateaaeat of Braacaat Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000.000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 BANK MONEY ORDERS �7 tteut a at thi �ou.o�inq aATCt i 3 and undtr....................... S ctntt Ovar $J and not escteding $10......  ctnta " tit " M tN...... 10 ctnta a tja " - $jo...... IS ctntt ThtM Orders art payable at par at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank (Yukon eacepted), and at tbc principal banking point* In the United Slatca. Tbey are negotiable at $4.90 to the � nerling in tireat Britain and Ireland. They farm an excellent method of remitting tmalt turns of money with eatery ad si small coal, sad may be obtained without delay at any office of the Bank CALCAKV CLAKKSIIOI M EDMONTON HIGH RIVKR INMSFAIL BRANCHBf IM aXBHRTA HAMTON STAVELY PUICIIKR CREEK STRATHCONA POMOKA VEGREVHXE HSI) PEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LEAVINGS LETIIBRIDCE MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSB.   MAN*T* Bank of Montreal 25.000 Cl�t> Office*. The s|mh'inl couimittee of the 25.-imkj Club including Messrs. Simmons 'uttesnn uml l'etetc�. met. on Monday night and will recoiniiamd to he club that the otllces of ICakin and Matthews Ih> used us the Club hend-ipiuriei-h and that an electric sign be placed -there to lead the stronger public to the secretary. The mime evening the publicity commit tee made nrrangeimmts for the advertising of the Street Car  nival on duly 8th to i.'lth. Stptrustssncil Uilrkt Ic4k(i Itcfore tbc masNinent will apply only in the local improvement district. vi/ : North of London Road and west of wewtmjnrter lto�d. The vacant properly oust of Weajlmlnator tn Wmi.iin St. and south �f London ton l m Agnew and MacDlilT St, will tie super-assessed oiil.v twenty-five perci'lil. T+10 t'*urt of Revision -jtthe np|Miils against the NU|>or-.nt to the new bj -In v 1 he I ' tlh* iMMtorn of the ,oul((^ the rliy, considt' .voitn  less were assessed tlO eucn. Sevemi appeals against tho value ;.!cci I on1 building* were sustained leu -,,> up-peals against the real estate ntsos-ntent were granted. The. court adjourneil to meet aguin | on Friday evening to dispose of ihe | lenannder of the ap|>enls. A Ch*ac� for L�thbrie1|c. (S|h'ci�l to the Herald). l'Minonioii. June 27 -Senator Tul  bot is lending 1111 agitution to have the I'roviiiciul Agriciilturul College locute^l at a differiMit plaw than the provincial university. Hi) argues that it is to the Interest of the ug -ricultiirul ctdlege thut it should be locati>d iiwny from the university. Gcatrovt Offer. ESTABLISHED 1817 Rev from I u lie Ceeiial all p�U as......... Rescrvce Feed............ Beleece Prulil ami Us*.... .SIM . IM MS.Iftt Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: bioht hon. lord stk4tr0oma amd.mount roval, q O m 0. VICE-PRESIDENT. : hon. si a aaoKOH a. urommonh. k. c. m. o. U. .1 Coulter White writes l^iiidon tiiul hu will Hail on i8th. He hus oiTeriHl to cancel the debt of t2,(a:i0 in the Uuptist I'aberiiucle heiv if the congregation raises gl.OOl) by Aug. 15th. They now have >ld available at alt points tn United States, Europe i�uu Canada Interval allowed on dapotitt at currant rataa Dressy Things For Dressy People iMM�aJ*sssaV��saj�ee�t,i�*sj > i��Vn���V Seasonable) and Fashionable. ONLY 2 MORE DAYS FOR SHOPPING Btforc our Ort.l NXlon.l Holid.y-DOMINION DAY Our Special Demonstration of Fine Tailorwork Will continue until II p. m. Snturdny. This store is at present showing an enormous range of the Latest Summer Styles in Men's Fashionable Apparel. ... But Unit's not nil. The event will ulso demonstrate tho ability of this store to make values such as probably very few stores can etiual-and live. � �; �� i. The standard of Semi-Heady Tailoring has been set so high thut it is only equalled in ex. elusive custom work and these orcutions. to the man who thinks, are price-prohibitive* . > Iu this event it is possible to get fitted with clothing of the highest sartorial efficiency at a saving in cost of 1-3. 1-2 and even more. Do you catch the point? � *  And 1� sure thut we will keep you right on style, thnt we will keep yon right in accordance with the ethics of good taste, nnd fit you " to a tee." Men's Suits- High grade English worsteds and nil wool Scotch tweeds. S nnd D B. latest 8 b. style, broad shoulders, long, medium-width lapels, close fitting collar, semi-form fitting back with creased side seams. Price $ 1:1.50 Men's Suits English nil-wool serge. S and DB style in black or navy. Well cut and smartly tailored throughout, tine quality Italian lining. Price 91 W.00 Men'a Trousers- DrcBsy imtteniH in fine English worsteds, wide anil nn rrow stripes. Well cut. of medium fulness, pockets, side nntl hip. $3.4)0 Men's Cravenette Raincoats Tailored in imported and domestic Cravenette cloth, stylish greys, fawns in plain and mixed patterns, uud positively sunproof. Special Stylish Men's Suits Tn medium sizes only. 'M to M Tailored in dressy Scotch tweeds, in fancy stripes and mixed etfects. Coats, medium and conservative lengths with semi-titting back anil creased side seams. Special $rj)ui� Kiisaiiv. Mike Siipiim, .los. I'ischo, John Kosko, Sr. Fair Amusements. Tho Ideal .\munemont Co. was | grunted u liceiis>' for tho three days | of the Kuir, August 6. 7 and 8. by the City t'liimil on Tuesday night. The t!o. pays *-"� a day. 'IV'lr ap- lication lor the iime honored hy llm Piipii with u title of the Human Catholic Church in recognition of Mr. ll'ill'H muny iK'ts of monificience towurd thJc. No. 3 White tic No. a white oata | toe. No. U llai ley 54c, No. 1 (lax Cl.3.1. --� �� � Hon. C. W. Croaa Returns. (S|ieritil to thu Herald.) ICdmonton. June 27- Hon. C W. ] Criss, Attorney (Icncral, i>�turiu-il j from his trip to IOuropo yesterday. He is ntuch linprovad in health. Premier Rutherford and wife wore j guests thiu week at a garden party given by King Edward at Windsor; Castle. , SHOES For every ocasion and service there is a correct "Dorothy Ootid" Shoe for which we ask uo higher price than you puy for commonplace shoes. It is only the phenomenal popularity and resulting large sales of "Dorothy Dodd"' Shoes that enable us to sell ho high grade Ox-funis as these at prices so low as $;i.00 & $3.50 per pair No woinuu interested either in economy or dress can affoni to overlook our assortment. We want you to see it. Don't trust to luck. Come in himI be rightly fitted by our salesmen with Dorothy Dodd Shoes Prices always moderate. A. SOUTHARD ;