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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta The Store McKelvie Satisfaction of QualHy. & McGuire Guaranteed Satisfaction Guaranteed in FIT-REFORM TAILORING WILL REMEDY STATION SERVICE. Supt. Lawrence Write* Board of Trade Concerning Complaints-Objects of Publicity. That the O.r.n. ofllclitis ore anxious to please the Udlthrldgc people l� very evident from tho loiter print-oil below that was received by H. >T. ill, Skcith, secretary of the Hoard of j Trade. The iintiortuticc of tho traf-| flc at thin point cim )>c Judged from the 'Information given by Su|>t. Law- The beauty of having a Fit Reform Label on your suit or overcoat is; that its an assurance that after being worn sufficient time to test its tailoring merits; there are no vain regrets forth coming. Every Fit Reform garment we turn out we are prepared to guarantee unreservedly in workmanship, fit, style and finish to tho extent of your money back if in any of THESE RESPECTS Complete Satisfaction be not forthcoming. Every Fit Reform or Overcoat finished to your measure here by an experienced tailor. lection, or will co-opcrnto in, the matter, I Will lw glad to Improve the present road by making it wider us suggested! - | Whenever it is understood that there is any eaiis.� for complaint I would be glad If you would > vVy communicate with me before rushing | Into pclnt us 1 have nlwnys endeuv renoo In his communication. Medicine Hut. Octolier &th, 1007 j ored to work on friendly terms Dear Sir,-In the Issue of tho the Hallway, and 1 believe that Iwt-Lothbridge ltarald" 1 was surprls- j tor results can be obtained by friended to notice that complaint was made ly communications or discussions of regurdlng tho station service at that point. With regard to the billeting of trains 1 might say that agents have strict �instructions In connection with 'this matter, and when in Loth-bridge I have Iwen particular to notice the bulletin board and 1 was of the opinion that these instructions were lieing lived up to: however, t am taking this matter up with tho staff at that point. With regard to the inability 0 ivopl; UMJOn being necessary to secure the license. The T*iii|>eruiice and Mural Ik-form l.eugue counted tho |>eople to numlier l.">,-i:i*J. Tho license was can celled by .Itistiiv Harvey. - TtM wheat - prteas bridge today are:- No 1 Northern.......................... 87 qaotpd ia Uslh- No. a. " ........................ No. 3. �" ........................ No. 4. " ........................ Red winter, same as Northern. No. 1 White Winter......,.............. No, a " *' ...A............. No. 3. " " ................. 4. " " ............... 1 llejeoted No. 1 Northern ... 1 " No. 2 " 1. " No. 3. No. No. No. No. 84 81 78 85 82 79 76 76 74 60 Day Train to Medicine Hat. II. .1. II. Hkehh. n.*r,'lnr.v of the Hoard of Trade lutH received a cum-iriuiiiiat ion from .J. S. l.awreiuv, ('. P. It. superintendent tit Medicine Iliu saying that n mixed trnin will In put un bctwevn Medicine Hut und Wlhbridge commencing next Monday. The trains will leave each city at fho o'clock in the morning, reaching the other city luUJ in the afternoon. Tilr. lJiwrence regrets that it is impossible to run the r.'gulur trtyiiN between the cities in duyliuht Rose Butte Crops. Rose nutite is considered one of tho driest parts of alio so-called semi-arid region of Alberta. They are having soino crops there, however. All the crops are good but some are lvtter than others. T. Lie-' cker threshed 101 bushels of No. 11 wheat to the aire and (Snrivt lloilit threshed out an uterngu of -IS) luisb-els. These Ileitis vi>n� measured in' the presence of witnesses who niv prepntvil to back up these tlguivs. Some crops yet unthreshed are expected to give even ({renter yields. The llux in this district is a bumper yield. The Public Invited. UEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ESTABLISHED 1807 B. X. WALKER, President ALU. LAIRD, General Manager A. M. IRELAND, Superintendent of Branches Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMERS' RANKING 86 Wwmry facility afforded Farmers for their banking business. Salea Notes cashed or taken for collection BANKING BY MAIL.-Deposits muy be made or withdrawn by mail. Out-of-town account* receive every attention CALC.ARY CLAKKKIIOLM EDMONTON KIVER IVNISI All- BRANCHES W AJLBKRTA LEAVINGS WANTON STAVELY LETHBRIDGE fWCHEU CKEEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD rONOKA VEGKEVILLE MEDICINE HAT *�* PEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE.  - - MANAGER The woollen mills nrc now running very tieur thuir full capacity, and nr.* turning out from ri.vty to sevotity pnirs of blankets doily- Tlu; sliipmunt to outNide points wan made-on Monday. going to Hunter Itros. i '" difficult of Hossland, II C Tim promises! will Iks thrown open fur public InaiNtation on Monday when the mamiKumaut �will be plcuwiittioiix iiml wo make HidtH to .'Xiirtlv cv-�ry Uflulii. wiijht unil Hliiipr n{ tlu-He ;l;"> Ivimc.ho iliul it takf'H HiiitH from otic im'ti'i'ii of �in Mi*l to |ilcwiil li >'iilu|ilc;, Basting Stage before you buy That'* the Kernal of the Seat-ready Tailoring Idea We save you the bother of be ing measured; the bother of, being" fitted, and the irremedial unpleasantness of having to pay for a Suit that does not fit. docs not look right, and will not hold Its shape. You try on a Seml-rcady Suit that has boon carefully tailored-and-left only jxirtly finished-that has been through the hands of the most skillful, tailoring people of Canada, tailors whose salaries the boat custom tailor could not afford. � Seml-rcady Suits haw the smartness and distinction of a suit designed by a master tailor-the most knowing nnd scientific in America You 'try on a Semi-ready Suit beforo an entire triplicate mirror, showing three tvpurate views all at one 'time. You are acutely critical, hentuKe your suit forms pnrt of you, and you expect more from Semi-ready than you do from the custom 'tuilor. There nrc no esciiw. for nny ill fit iu a Semi-ready suit. You aro not Mattered as to your ap|M>urancc when you feci unconsciously that there is *im.-tItitiK wrong, nor are you forced to tuke your suit against your own Judgement. The tlistinetivf grace of the Semi-rendy Snek Suit is evidenced In the $15 Tw.hmIs ami Serges just a it is in the more expensive fabrics at, $20 and $2.V The Radiator Coat* The Itudintor font has made it possible to seruiv Kur Coat warmth nt slut>|> skin prices. No cout ever made up at the price can otpial it tor w.-ar, comfort and apisjuranco. Made of heavy brown duck body, shi�'| lined, extra high sheepskin storm collar. Three flapped ru-iuforivd and leather-bound Kantik-ver pockets, adjustable snap flisteners. This cout is splendid value, and it will pay you to come and k't us show you why. Mude in short, three-quart?r and full lengths, l'rices runge friun ...................................................... $7.50 to |10.00 T. E. Oakley Cased. Tf K. Oakley has resigned his position ns C I'.U. ciishier und lias left for N'elson, H. orcaKioti. I� llii.Ves oi Montrenl is his siuu'essor. Tom mis n very rajialile officer und will be greatly misted in Iji'lhbi'itlge. A I-s. I'houu your order in the ollico and the wagon will cull. Sheep-Lined Driving Moccasin If you are troubled with cold foat, when you aro driving, horo Is something that will keep you wa-rn. The driving moccasin is made of shoep skin with tho wool insi.lo, and is the warmost you can Rot. Low Priced and Wears Well LETHBRIDGE. ALT A. ;