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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald A VOLUME 3 LCTIIBRIDGE. ALBEBTA. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1907. KUMBEK 8 McKcIvie f t ^Sz McGulre SatitfMtion Styles and Values in Fit-Reform OVERCOATS Merit Attention/ Now is the time for you to select, your fall or winter overcoat. We have your coat hone in any, atyte '� jiTicc you want, fashioned fdr your ta�te by the Fit-lleform Tailoring Co. of Montreal, the high^t grado tailors in Canada. *t'm MEN'S OVERCOAT9\Mad� of gnenuinc imported Twoeds. A *goo- f- . ' T'HICE ..........,........^....... 4.. f22f;09^ SraiCiAL VALirES IN CHEAT ONEUGOATS. . . MENS FINE TWINED OVEU-COATS-.StriiJe Patterns, well lined. PRICE................:............. f9.00 HEAVY TWEED OVERCOATS- Wiith Storm Collar, heavily lined. PRICE.............................. $13,50 When you want a fur coat �wehovo them at $20.00, $24,00, |26,00, $28.. 00 to $83.00. McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Uen's Outfitters In l^tUtHAgo BOARD OF ARBITRATION. SIHING Evidsaee Bciag Taken today-^Did Miacrt R�jcet Com- The Aribitration Con-t �ppo|n*�d to decide the (dispute between tMe A. R. & 1. Co. and their inmn enipl^yoes nitjt at the Court house liopfi mt VI.00 this morning. I^ie Lurdsh'.p ,f'^rritory and that in th.^ mines, one of which was a hon-uiiion anlpe, a drivers' pay started when, he commenced harness^ the lui.ners wem- Messrs. Frad ft'>P- '"B horse kins, and ^Thos. Biggs, secretary of Court adjourned for dinner until 3 the miners' union at Fetpie. *' j o'clock. ' .'..... i hThe first witBMa called was iM>ce Keigarding the disputei thie Herald HaaiiM'on^ti|'cAd�^ of the locat tin-� has been infortned that some time ipii4 \f^;fS..^. s/jl^ who deposed^hat ago the a. r. * I. Co. made en offer 1 the question in dispute was the Ititer of a Gompromtse. The offer was to prctati^n of a jortain clause ii^; the "allow fifteen minut�� in the mominr |.a(ipBenMintMx|t seventy dfflearu'tcs. Inspector W. Urown, of Merticine Hoit was chairman and W. A. Huinitton principal' of the city schools was secretary. In o|M>ninfjr the convention \f. A. HamiHon gave the school boarfl's messaga of wcelcome. C. B. Bowman The reasons for and methods of hav J Ing Bupplomentary reading wiero dis-j cussed by Mias Mackay and Misa Ad-dy of l.�thbridgc, Mrs. b. f1 Keillor of Kaymond, Mrsi Palmer of Clares-holm. Miss Hutt of Macleod and Mias Kay of Medicine Ilai. This nfternoon the programme includes a kindorgaptcn lesson.by Miss was to have done so but a^^ived tooj A. M. Kobb of this city, a paper by late. On behalf of the teachers' part .1. Morgan B.-\., of Lethbridgie on ners, the clergy. Rev. A. M. Gordon Commercial Arithmetic, an address by bade welcoriie to the convention as- Hcv. J. M. Manthome M.A., of Cole-j aemblerl. After these addres^s half man on "Is the Teocber's Equipment an hour was siient in getting ac- in English Broad Enough?", a paper quaintcd which operation was appar- on "Short Methods in Arithmetic"! ently succeisstully accomplished. �� I by._J. B. Hoidge of ly. The Herald is Infornicd that  the owners of tlic .Vlflnt.vr� ranch, t\velve miles soutli of MaKrnth, intend work ing the rich bud.s of coal on their'prop erty. The ranch is one of the ,Jarg-cst and \yctft in the countr.v an�1 the owners purpose nuiking tlie most of. it. They are preparinj? to sink a drift shaft for ccial and will put^ in a fir^t "cla-ss electric plant to oiwrate their mine.' Thcrj is talk of 'their putting in extensions �o the electric system that will reach Magrath,'Ita.y moi)tl and Stirling' and possibly ^Card ston', to give light and power to these towns and the i>eople liiing along the lines. QuaHfieattont fcr OfHle. For the benefit of prospective standi dates for office in the forthcoming elections, the Hcruld inquire*! a|. the city office for the necessary property qualiflcations. Anyone with aspirations for the Mayoralty inust lie a.s-: sessod for S500 worth 'ft real prop-[ flard bearer, erty in his own name and unencumbered. The would-t>e Aldermen* have to meet the same Ktandard. Al( that is required of a member of the school tioard is that he Ik> a ratepayer who is able to road and write. o\'el>er, in the first provincial election. Mr. Cousins is Mayor of Medicine Hut and very popular in his district. Ho has during the past year carefully cuHivaited the acquaintance of the Lsttibridgo end of the riding and will make a strong bid for the nomination. Mr. Magrath was for a numl)cr of years a member of the Territorial Assembly and would undoubtedly be a strong candidate. The general exi)eotation is, however, that W. Ives, will be chosen stan- i' LetLkridfc Tempcratui'e. Through the courtesy of the pomin-ion M.rt�orological Officer C. B. Bowman, the- Ilerald gives the rccprd of the tcmiteraiture and rainfall for the past week. [ Max Min.. Rain Thursday, Nov. 7 61 28 .03 "Friday, Nov. 8 S8 28 Saturday, Nov. 9 57 33 Sunday, Nov. 1^ 40 23 Monday. Nov. 11 44 19 Tuesdaiy, Nov. 12 61 21 -Wedrtoeday, Nov. 13 39 20 > Thursdayi. Nov. ,15 34 1$ Little Boy Poitoaed. ALL THIS WEEK Great Will Reign Supreme Gnsit Underwiiar Sill! I All of the best quality, perfect-fitting, non-irritatiiig underweftr can be found in the Bioat-coinplete-'^ Bsaortment. Be comfortable and ecoubmtcal by wearing the beat nndergainio seen that coiniiianding oflloer Stewart will have plenty of men from which to choose his hunibor. The fine tailoring and great care with which our Overcoats are made, produces as fine work as the moat exclusive tailor shop in the land. Judge these Overcoats fur yourself and see if it doesn't. Mtfn'ont tho week end visiting in tho Lethbridge and Curdwton districts. lethbkidoe: Ai^iTii^ ;