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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe -�5 VOLUME a Lk^rilBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10. I907. Til* Store McKelvie Safitfftclioir ofQvalUy. & McGuire Oumrutkttti Satisfaction Guaranteed in FIT-REFORN TMLORING The beauty of having a Fit Refotm Label on yonr 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 the extent of yonr money back if in any of THESE RESPECTS Complete Satisfaction be not forthcoming. Every Fit Reform SiJt or Overcoat fiidthed to your meaiure here by �n experienced tailor. WILL REMEDY SERVICL Supt. Lawrence Writes Board of Trade Concerning Com-plaintt-Objeets of Pnblicity. Jecfcion,� un(h:rs>tood tliat there i8 any causa for complaint I would tjesglad if you would >- rii'y That the C.P.n. officials are anxious -to pleaKc the-IjL'thbridge people is very e\'ldent froni the letter printed below that was received by H. J. jH, Skcith, secretary of the Board of Trade. The importance of tha traffic ait this point can be Judged from the 'information given by Sujit. Law- communicait� *'ith me before ruBhing rcnoc in his communication. | into p^int an I have always endc'av- Medicinc Hat, October �th, 1007 j ored to work on friendly terms wit,h Ifeoi- Sir,-In the issue of the the Itallwiy, and I believe that liet-! "Lethbridge llarald" 1 was surpris-j ter results can 1� obtained by friended to notice that complaint was made ly communications or discussions of regarding the station service at that' these matters than by airing them in point. With regard to the Wlleting the ncwspiipers. of trains 1 might say that agents Yours truly, have strict'instructions in connection J, S. Lawrence, wrth ithis matter, and when 40 Leth- Superintendent, bridge 1 have been particular to no^ To The*Secretary, Board of Trade, tioe the bulletin board and I was of | Lethbridge. the opimon that these instructions were being lived up to;, I am tak'ing this matter up with the stafl at thait point. With regard to Governed by Goodness. Praised Wherever Used. -ready C. p. Bf OFFICIALS COMIKG. Sir ThomsB Shaiighnessy, President AT $15.00 a stylish Suit of FIT REFORM all wool lined . Tailored in either Single or Doublb Breasted. At $16.50 and $1&00  fine tailored FIT REFORM Suit made of imported Cloths in Grey and Browns, with all the new Fall style features, broad shoulders, long and medium Lapels. At $20.00 and $22.00 a FIT REFORM Suit made of imported Tweeds and worsteds in all the new colorings for Fall Single or Doable Breasted. kt $25.00 28.00 we are showing a beautiful range of FIT REFORM imported Worsted Suits either Single or Double Breasted. Remarkable values in Progress brand Suits at $6.00, 7.00, 8.00,10.00, and 12.00, The tall man,, short man, stout man, slender man, all may get perfect .ting garments in FIT REFORM Suits or Overcoats. McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lothbridge the' inability to secure tickets in the of the ,CMiii!i-e nieasui-od in ^ the presence of witnesses who'oi-e propnrod to back up these figuiieM. | Some ci'ops yet >mthre.shed are ex-' pettai to give even greater yields. The flax in this district is a bumper yield. Among geqtleyieil who are well, bredw'^A^' particular. SEMIrRBADY TAILORING meets with a _ approbation; and inm of culture demand ^ much of clQthee. f,' Not only comeot In*' Atyle and of^'cloths that' are distinctivcjlyii^ good form, but' -In cost the SEMI-RBA- 4 DY TAILORING Sys tern saves a go^ dc^I of moiuy for the gentleman who, buys St�it8 and OVM'-roats for the chang- ' ing season. ] OVERCOATS it fl5.l8.20.2S �ft SUITS lt|^ 18 20.25 and 30 PHYSIQUE TYPE NORMAL We divide the ph.vsical mnii into �evKn diHtiiict type- and oncb �ype in pnb-dlvidml into Ovo vaiintioiiH and WG mako Hiiits to ''xoctlv every heitiht. weight, and Nhiipe of thetie 35 t.vprP,t.o that it takPB 425 HiiitHfrom one piitterii of worsted to pi'esviit a co'iupleic line in that single pattern. That.iH how we on nbgolntcly guarantee a curreut fitting giit-ment. The "Si^rnh'' To forejudge your Suit at the Basting Stage before you buy Thnt*i the Kernnl of the UwA-tMiy Tnttortef Mca^' We save you tjw bather of being measuiwt, Um botl^^of', - fH4�d, and the irremedial unpleasantnewi of: bi^ving tO' pay ^for;a;i^9^ that does not fit, does not look right,' ancT will -not hoW^l^^^^ You trj' on a Semi-ready Suit that has been /. .^l.^i'-Somi-ready Suits have the smartness and distinction of a' SuitiVde?.; signed by a muster tailor-'the most kniiwing and scientific in America:; You try on a Semi-ready Suit beforrj an entire triplicate mirror, showing three separate views all at one time. � You are acutely: cri'^-tical, your suit forms part of you, and you expect more froittfi Semi-ready thaix you do from the custom tailor. ' i There an? no oxcusi?s for any ill fit lu a Semi-ready suit. You are's not flattered as to your appearance when you feel unconsciou-sly' that" there is iftiniothing wrong, nor are you forced to take your suit against your own judgement,. . IKBIiAIfO, Superlnteadent of BraocbM Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 The Public Invited. Crops Around Coaldale. Hamilton Tiros. &'. Ga:braith h,nvc> shipjied .tlicir oats which graded No. '� 1 at Winniiio;;, cast. The yield ayw-{ ntrcd scv'livt! bu.shcls to the ocre and graded No. 1. Northiern. W. IT. Pawson'e pri'/;e winning field of OM-ts is a siRht for any doubtc^r to lx)hold. The immense flelil is literally cos'cred with Inrjve slooks, thoy madies throorbont Caoada, and ia tbe United States and Ensland 86 A GENERAL BANKING BUSWfESS TRANSACTED FARMERSV BANKING �ry fiaellity afforded Farmers for their baakiuff boadnesa. Sales Notea caahed or taken for eoUeotlon BANKING BY MAIL.-Deposits may be made or withdrawn by nail. Out-of-towo accounts receive every attention BRANCHBt m AJLBRRTA CAUOARV LEAVINGS MAIKTON STAVELY CLARESHOLM LETl'iBRIDGI PIVCIIER CREEK STRATHCONA eiL>MO\rO\ MACLEOD fONOKA VEGREVILLE KIVER MEDICINE HAT MUT PEER VEKMII.ION IXNt.SI-AIL WETASKIWIN- LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C G. K. NpURSE. - -  Manaoer Tho woollen niilis are now runniriR very near their full capacity, and art* turning out from mxiy to mivoijty pairs of blanlccls dfily. Tlic first shipment to outside points was madi. j�toffether that it will on Monday, Roing to Hunter �ros. I ''" 'Ji'^cult to drive a wagon amonf? of Kos.H!and, ll.C. The prcmi�� will *�*em. xVothIng short df a' mcisuro-1� thrown open for public inaixiotion f"*"'* "'l*^ thraMhini,' can determine on Monilay when the management will be ploamxl to give thf> visiting public *evcry facility for tteeing th� now factory in ojieration. T. E. Oakley Cased. Tf K. Oakley has resigned hi� po-Hition as CI'. It. cashier ami haH lef the it. offices prvfwnted him with u handsome suitcase and had �i jolly " good time on the occasion. 1). llayos ol Montreal is hiw HU�cc�sor. Tom was a very cajniblc officer and will b� greatly misfced in Ijc'Lhbridge. the yield of this crop. Tho crops 'in this whole district are uaiformly �xce1)ent. ~^ I The Radiator Coat The lladiator Coat hob made it possible to .secure Fur Cnat warmth at sht-ei.i skin prices. No coat ever made up at the price can equal it for wear, comfort and appearance. Made oC heavy brown duck body, shix'p-sl^n lined, extra high sheepskin storm collar. ' Three flapped re-inforoed and leather-bound Kanti lever pockets, adju.stalile snop fasteners. This coat is splendid value, and it will pay you to come and kit us show you why. Made in short, throc-qunrtor and full lengths. Prices range frtmi...................................................... $7.50 to $16.00 A lari?e consignment of bntel hay has just been ruoeiveU by Hick & Wakely. Good Crops at Naatoa. lir, Hobertson has his fall wheat threshed and sold. From 100 acres he got 3440 bushels, an average of nearly 31 j bu.shels. Part of this wa.s No. 1 and part No. 2. The doctor sold f a.S(H) -u'orth of graan off of 106 acma. Now the farmers can form an cstimnt