Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
TEe Lethbridge Herald 'US VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2*. 1907. NUMBER m The Store of Quality. McKelvie & McGuire Satisfaction Guaranteed Special in Men's Clothing Too d to Pass-Read We direct men's attention to th� extraordinary values wc are showing in Mcn'H Overcoats for Fall antl Win-ter wear. There Is no oxcuw for you to hr-wlthnat a winter overcoat now an H Is n thing of the past for high prie�s to prevent any man from having Uui necessary warm clothing for winter. You can buy an all-wool Tweed Raglanette Overcoat here for $9 At 110.00 and $12.00 vc are show inn extra value* in Men's Overcoats with or without storm collars, Heavily Lined. KH-Heform Overcoats in Wim> and lllock Denver Uiolhi*, Also Tweeds -prices 115, $18, *20., $25. PUR COLLARS German CM tor Collars $5.50. lien's Mack Coney Collars $3.00 and *:i.r�0. Persian Lamb Collars $15.00, $10.-00 and $18.00. Otter Collar* frotu $18 to $35. FURS! FURS! FURS! The opportunity is most favorable to buy n fur or fur-lined Coat. The BISHOP Fl'R COAT at $20.00.24.00 and 2(5.00 tliu most reliable cheap fur Coat shown in Canada to-day. Shown in black boar sL'in only. $(55 will buy you u richly-furred, splendidly made Raccoon Coat. Extra good value in Raccoon Coats at 75.00 and 85.00. Fur-lined Overcoat, made with an extra good Beaver shell. Marmot lined, Persian Lamb shawl or notch collar, 55.00. Fur-lined Overcoats, Beaver shell, natural muskrnt lined, Persian Lamb collar, rnt oU'ctions what they did ln-the lust provincial election and will probably no some hotter. The convention was culled for the pur-post' of inaugurating organization lor each of the seven new federal districts and setting the dntcs for convent Imw in each one to iiotuinivtu can didatcs for the federal contest. Addresses were made by Premier Hutherfnrd, Hon. W. H. dishing, Dr. Mclntyre, M.P., W. K. Know'es, M. P.. Senator Tnlbot and others Officers were elected as follows: Hon.-PrvHident. Sir Wilfrid Uuirler Hon. Vlec-Presldcnta. Hon. Frank Oliver and Hon. Peter Tnlbot. Prwddcnt, lion. Senator Peter Tal-hol. AW Vice-President, High lliver. K. A. Wallace, of Secrctnry, Stanley L. Jones, Calgary. Executive, the seven prosidentB of the Liberal Assocint ions in the federal electoral d stricls. Hesolutlons of confidence In �lr Wll frid Lnurlcr and Hon. Frank Oliver, In favor of Oliver's proposed Homestead tjiw providing for the settlement of odd niimboretl sections, in favor of rcducinit the turlff, in favor of a Hudson's I lay Hallway, in favor of legislature to furtlier protect work moil, and In favor of the immigration ! policy of the government \rew en-thusiaHticnlly passed. The dates of the conventions for the nomination of Liberal federal can didivtcs in the seven Allierta constiH-1 uciiclcs was urrnnged yesterday at the provincial convention as follows: S-trothcona at Wftasklwln, Nov. 20 Calvary at Calgary, Nov. 22. Medicine Hat nt Medicine Hint Nov. 20. Mnclcbd at Mucleod, Nov. 28. Hod Doer at Ited Ikvr, I>ec. 3rd, Victoria at Vogrcvllle, Dec. 5th. Kdmonton nt Kdmonton, Dec. 10th The local Calgary Liberals were the entertainers for J.he visiting delegates at a complimentary in Alexanders Hell in the evening. THE WHEAT IS MOVING Branches throughout Canada, and In thending upon the supply of cars. One day there were thirteen curs shipped from this point, where tvo years ago tlieiv was not a co rl one I in the who'o community. At Whoop-I'p, the farmers are tilling the cars as fast as they can get them. The Lethbridge shippers are experiencing some ditllculty in getting cars ami aix> shipping only thre�> or four cars n day. The Hour mill elevators are receiving grain also. SIMUXtl COfLKK Keports from Spring Coulee confirm tliv predictions previously made. The great bulk of the acreage is averaging from forty to sixty bushels to thf aire, there being \vr,\ lit lie that Is going below the former lig-uiv. The grade whs Miiiiewhnl |ov\-ered by il.srob rn I ion by Hie si|-.er acre. This crop was easily good for 10.1 bushels if the snow storm had not occasioned n loss ciilciilated by ex|H.- tics. This year Mr. I leiiielny a hail 1S0J acres in crop, inc..Mi 14 nc-ivs of Ki'i'ing wliea-t, '�'> in 0 ts, IJ in ulfali'a, \'J in rye gr.i .s. uml r> in bluo joint (nail.1) b i> I' 1 oS his unlicipiited aeree..'^ is Kitl 11 "s griss, T, of tininthy and ."in bpj... iiini, .nn* i. V a t�.tul of ''1.1 iiei'i-s. ir about tlu-cH" and one half t :i> -s 1. . ur I'Li'ge this your. Big Business Change. An important business change involving two of the leading firms of the city hns l>een accomplished during the last few days. A syndicate whose names the Herald cannot divulge nt present, has purchased the hardware business of Brodie & Stafford. Hick & Wakely, whose business manner. The new manager is an expert in his Due anil hnn n greit rep-wlntioii among hardware men and plumbers. A. R. ft I. Lines Busy. The Alberta Kail way and Irrigation Co.'s railway management nre hu\lng a busy time just now. With tho wheat and the beets in addition to the ordinary trnfllc, the present season is extraordinarily busy. There arc running throe trains nearly every day, the regular, the l>eet tr.iln. anil an extra for the wheat shipments. Jliiring this week, the movement of Isi'ts to the Ita.viuoii'! iuc-tor.v has averaged ten carloads a ihiy. The cms of wheat ivunl ei front six to sixteen a day, though on one day, the iiiimlx-r reai:h"il e'.^hti�'i.�.. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSB, IIANAQBR PAWSON'S (iOOD X1'.'M"5. W. IT. Pnwson, of i'oa'tltn.-), whose crops have occasioned cnsicUiable in twrest both this year und last lies completed his threshing. Krunr. HI7 acres nt spring whea>t he gel 7M1.! bushels on nn averugo of ilrtj bii�h els per aero. One field of 107 acres averaged 41 bushels to tho acra. The oatu yielded 11,220 bushels from 152 To Acquire the Cemetery. Thenj is a ino\eiiient on foot that may lead in 1 he taking over of the cemetery ii"� owned by H. ('. Moore the linden ,i!..T, and otiiis. At tlv.-present lime, with so many 'things to take over for the livins, I he city is unuli.'e to take up any proposit ion to provide for those who ha\ passed from the stage of net ion. Tho other imposition is for the churches to tale the matter up and make it a public cemetery. The proposal is for tho churches to appoint n certain number of men to .tak,- subscriptions from individuals in connection with their bodies, as a loan to the commit leu ul a rate of interest. * The contributions will be repaid as the lots are sold. This method of procedure is provided under llm Cemetery Ordinance of the Province. The BIG SALE is NOW 01 and the manner in which the people of Lethbridge have responded to our announcement *taldL have^mnde any merchant's heart glnd. mid best of all not one of the hundred* who BttendedVeni^ away dissatisfied. The people of Lethbridge nre certainly quick to take advantage of such oppor*' tunities, where many a nimble sixpence went far beyond nil expectations. We are gratified at the4 �1 Parliament Called. Proclamation culling tho Federal Parliament together on Nov. 28 has boan made. As it is generally supposed thut this is tho last session of tho present parliament there will bo some keen political contests and a gruut deal of arduous lubor. response out great sale met with during the first three dnys, nnd wish to thank the many patrons || we have gained through this sale. People came for many miles to attend, and went h6me delighV ^ ed, and from ninny we have hoard that Uhb was "THE GREATEST SALE" - "THE MOSWM ASTONISHING VALUES EVER SEEN IN THIS SECTION OP THE COUNTRY." Vl SATURDAY, OCT. 2BTH will be the fifth day of this great sale, and we are determined ' to make it an eventful dny, and nre therefore preparing many ' bargains which will be offered on that date only. ^ Overcoats Only the best of materials, of the most expert tailoring, of tie nicest appearing, and all of this season's style and stock." All go at our special discount which brings them down to the bare cost, and in many cases below. * Note these Prices Men's Overconts, ninde from Gne quality tweed Overcoating in a ncnt fit rite pattern cut m Chesterfield style nnd fin-. ished with silk velvet collar, worth 12.50, sale-price, f 6.S5 Men's Fnney Vicuna Overconls ninde in latest single breasted style,*50 inches long, worth 15.00, sale price.... $7.50 Men's Pine Black English Benver Overcoats, guaranteed all wool, good value at 20.(jO, sale price..............f 10.00 FUR COATS Is to be nnd hns been our stronghold, and wo unhesitatingly say that we can make you a coat or soli you one all ready made at a lower price than any one in this section of the country. SUITS Suits of the character, kind, and of the materials which will wear the longest and give the greatest satisfaction. Men's and Youth's Fine Tweed Suits, well made and trimmed, worth up to $12.50, Sale price - - $6.25 Men's Fine Black Venetian Worsted Suits, worth up to IS. 00, Sale price $7.50 Men's and Youths' Fancy Scotch Tweed Suits, guaranteed all wool, worth up to Sale price $8.75 17.50, Saturday SHOES Bargains These prices will stimulate Rome very lively buying in our Shoe Department Sa'.unlay. You know the oH story, "The early bird catches tho worm," therefore shop early. Big lot of Shoos, stamped by the maker 8.00. Saturday only 1.50 Another big Jot i5.50 " 1.75 Bi� lot of Shoep. wood value at 4.00........ " 2.g0 Men's Fine Kangaroo Slioe6, worth 5 00 " .2.50 Dress " " " 5.50 " 2 75 Children's COAT Specials We have a well assorted stock of*Children's While Bear Skin Coats, come trimmed, some plain, alao a rare collection of Eiderdown Cloth Coats. Thcce Coats are considered EXTRA GOOD VAI.l'K at 4.00 AND 4.50. SALE PRICE, SATURDAY ONLY, $!.9S, WHILE THEY LAST. 'ri For further particulars and prices regarding this ireaf money-Safes %^ See our two full page advertisements in this issue ' J A. SOUTHARD la. PHONE lOO LETHBRIDGE, ALT A.