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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta "�1 t? * r *  si -f � ^ c 1 fc VOLUME a LETHDKIDGK, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, SKIT. r>, 1907. .� &.....�� � � � � � i y/.v\'--cause the CM1.It. does not Issue harvest excursion rutos from the cn�t lo points farther weKt than Moose .law. The Alberta fanners failing In 4herlr e/Torts to porsundc the C'.IMI. to grant the rales, sent u ivprcson  tntion to Ontario to tiring out help livery one hos f�oen able to ge?t work. Mr. Crlsmnn of Utah, father of K.W. t'risnuin of S|�ring Con loo was in the chy on Monday and look out with him six of thfiHp Ontario harvesters. All the gmin except the very late onts, Is now safe from frost. The rain of last week has given place to idea! hnrvost weather nnd the formers of Southern Allierta nro using every mean* to harvest dim of the gn�ntesi. crops even known in any country. When in my Cariinrit OvomllB I hnvo an oasy couscienco as I know they are honestly made hy a manufacturer who is honest with his employees. The P. P. Snr^ent Glovos (Union Math*). They are perfect fitting, made without senilis, no rivets. Union Officials Resign. The ofltn-rs of the local union N'o 571 t'.M.W. oi A. have resigns! their othces :is n protest against the notion of the minors in regard to the manugeiiKiit of tho lfuion's affairs by their ntUcers. This action is tho out-coiih- of the recent trouble ut the mine when the miners disregarded tho advice erincn'H Association is being held in Kdinonton Is?-| for** InsjM�ctor Worsloy lodn.v- S. H. \^>eUig a inemiier of tho 'allem^l combine. Few Honestcad E�tric� McKELVIE McGUIRE j C. P. R. Gel Samples, Too. Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Letbbridge During August then; wore only U\\ homestecKl entries made al tho locftl Mr. Allen, a ivprosentali\i� of thooffUv. Although the nuinl)er looks C.1MC. wis ih the city lasi Friday small, it is larger than last >T'nr. feott ing JmuU^s of grains from this when there werv X4& entries. 'J'hp jdiHtrict TorHOVorlisIng purpows. flo  small nuinlmr of entries is due 10 1 tho fact THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OrriCK, TOUONTO em-iDLtsucu imt B. 1. WAtUK, Prefident ALU. LAIRD, Ofncral lUniftr I. IBBUUID, Suptriatcndcot of Br*�cJUs Paid up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5f000f000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Branches throuebout Canada, and in the United States and Eitland that nil the farmers nro nt harvest. Tlie enliiloto are ready to gonro | Argentine. SA, Mr. Davidson oi K. C, is busily engaged in revising W'oyburn. Sask.. and Mr. Holiluns of the two liundred nnd forty )iy-lnws California, by iho CJermnn-American that ha\e boon passed by the town '.^olinizntion company. Revising the By-Laws. and citv council ami is compiling them into a more convenient farm. The whole number will be reduced to fourteen, eight of which are already pivpn rod. New Principal Appointed. At a special mooting of tho School Hoard on Tuesday, W. C. Itogors, M. Those gxMitleiui-n hnv� orgaiii/isl a stock company and taken over tho entire proj^rlN. iwinding cattle, horses and etuipiiH'iit, amounting in tho ftggrogwte to iit-iait $!w,tJOi"�. They nro all exporiew'd stockmen, having boon in tho ran� hing business fruin v#hoiv tho> cam.' Mr. MncPhoi'Miit will have the in�n-asoinent under Ins charge and they will tnko posst--ion imnvsliatoiy He A., of Hegifia, Sask., w�s appointed,. . , , . , . , \ ,f . . . ,lfts h�d n lnr�e experience in shiul>ors o- tho hand and rorpH proved n> be a veritable feast oi' mirth and hon�. The hftlj was very wvll fiiltHl, which must have Uvn very gratifying 1o thw niemUn's of the baiKl, on whone lH*hiilf iho koc-utl was arranged. mg AHK*rtn \ hJK hnrvi�sting o|m>rationn, nnd later ho will romow to AU>eiia. Mr ItobbinK is a capitalist from the coast hint considers Alborta � good place for investment* Sun Five men wore a Treated last ilny by fiiinv.i fluardian II. Case ami |the H.N.W.M.I*, for shooting dt'CrfH at Eight Milo Lake on that day. The Loaf Dtat.aca Phone. Manager Rurbridgo of tho 1W11 Tol-ophone Co. infornw the llernld that ho is nov waiting for material t*> complete tho long distance phone ami that tho connections can be made in ten day** after tho arrival oi the necessary etpiiptnont. Borden Here on Oct. 2 It. L. I lo rdKs a mass meeting in Lothbridgo in the afternoon of (Oct. finl, and in Mnclood iho even-J*ng of tho iianu* day. First PRESENTATION of FUR FASHIONS for Fall and This wook wo iifmiu demoiiBirnUs the style aiiiirumacy of tliis afore, by amouitoitiff a _ cent presiMiUitiou of 1 ur Fashions that will reign thn coming full and winter senson. Theiico^d moties nre Rivnti comprebeuaivi* n>prfaontiitioiia while the innny novelty itltms - -all with nn inUbtti-bte toHcli of autlioritntivoneBa-are a tribute to tho. creative Kuniua of otir furriers, who have been widely ncknowledgiHl us arbiters of fur fashions. Superb as has been our collection heretoterei this munificent display^utelasses any previous endeavor. The eostly, raro and precioua fun we have gathered more lavishly, and popular furs we have in larger numbers and greater variety. Tliia season we arc demonstrating fhe greater economy of Houtliard prices as noverbefore. Have you seeu the new fur.lined coatsV Lovely, aren't they? They surpass even last year's splendid early fall show; nig. There's an even greater latitude of choice, and, Uken altogether, quality is better at the same and even tela money, Hint's a Southard characteristic-alwoya doing better, An early selection is advisable, for if therera a bfeat among such lovely coats, you are then sure to get it. PUR-LINED COAT-Shcll ia ma.!o of oar beat quality broadcloth, in colors, black, navy or brown. Tailored in loose back style; SO inches long and is finished with narrow stitched strappings of self. Lined throughout with gn�y squirrel. Has high storm collar nnd long revere of fineat Canadian mink. Price.......................$175 00 -pf.- f 3r - 1 F(TR.LIMED COAT-Shell is of high-grade broadcloth. Colon black navy, brown or green. Mode plain loose back style, 45 inches long. Lining of beat grey and white squirrel and has high storm collar and raven of tine Canadian mink. Price..................................$05.00 FULL LEXHTH FUR.LINED COAT- Shell-is of fine broadcloth: colors black, navy or brown. Thia coat is Hn-iahisd in yoke effect and has atitehed straps of self. Lined throughout with hamster fur and has high atorm collar and re vera of natural Alaska sable. Price..........$5B�00 FUR.LINED COAT Shell of imported broadcloth, lined with natural mnakrat; high atorm collar and reven of full furred natural sable. Front and l*ck have elaborate trimming of aelf strapping. Turn buck cuffs with pointed tab effect'. Length 4H ins. Colors black, navy, brown,green $00 ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL COAT-Lined throughout with , Hamster, han high storm collar ami rovers of blended aable Shell is of high grade imported broadcloth, tailored in yoke effect, front nnd Iwck, and trimmed with pointed tabs nnd straps of self. Has fancy shu|�etl turn back pointed cuffs. Length 42 inches. Price......................9HS.00 Fl 'R-TRIMMED COAT-Very handsome coat with shell of imported leaver cloth. Has wide atrap running over shoulder, giving Gibson shoulder effect, and another strap ex* tending to bottom of coat. Has loose fitting back strapped to match front. Lined with quilted mercerette and has storm collar and wide revers of blended sable. Black and uavy. Price $85.00 Mink Novelties - Unusally Handsome Mink eontiuuea to grow in popular favor-a preference greater probably than was ever accorded any other individual fur. This season we are muking by far the most atrnctive display of Mink Noy^dtig^jii this store's history. Clever conceits from our owiyMPErs. which will rival the handsomest creations of Ptt^e. London and New York. These are entirely new designs. CHOICE MINK STOLE Made from handsomely striped finest selected Natural Canadian Mink skins with wide capt*. having four stole ends of finest full sixe skins: finished with natural tail, head and paws. Lined throughout with rancy brocaded satin. Length 72 in. Price $80 00 CHOICE STOLE-Made from finest natural skins, with collar showing two strips. Has long stole ends, trimmed with with two separate skins and natural head, tails ami Lined with fine brocaded satin. Length 72 inches. MUSK-OX BRAND paws. Price..... i 7A.00 CHOICE NATURALOANAD1 AN MINK STOLE Made from finest grade skins, showing two rich dark stripes. Has long stole ends and is finished with 2 heads and It* natural tails. Lined with fine brocaded satin. Length 0' inches. Price.................... ...........$30 00 CHOICE NATURAL CANADIAN MINK STOLE--Mode from finest selected full-furred skins with clear dark stripes; trimmed with 2 heads and JO tails. Lined with fancy brocaded satin. Length fit) inches. Price.......$�in.00 A BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF MINK MUFFS In many handsome designs, in tlie large pillow shape. Tiimmed in a variety of style effects with extra skins, paws, heads and tails.. Math* on finest down beds and lined with good Hiality satin. Prices from $45.00 to #!H).00 MUSK-OX B1AND PERSIAN LAMB JACKETS-FINE DISPLAY Conforming to the sentiment of the broadly ucceptod vogue of the Persian Lamb for women's winter wear, we are presenting one of the meritorious displays of brilliant styles and workmanship ever seen in the west in this ever popular fur. Conspicuous ia the i gathering of Persian Lamb Jackets-among them the New Alexander Jacket. matchless magnificent PERSIAN LAMB JACKET Made in popular Windsor style, from specially delected skias, and trimmed with col-4 lar and cuffs and long revers, to the waistline, fine natural Canadian Mink, beautifully striped. Price... .$l;4S.OO NEW ALEXANDER PER. SIAN LAMB JACKET has decidedly military air. It ia made in double breasted atyle, trimmed with fancy blapk Bilk cord and covered but-tous. Length 24 inches. Price............$200.00 Muskrat Jackets in High Favor That's the htcst fashion indication for this season's wear. Our new jackets are conspicuous by mi unusually beautiful fur. Extra pains have been taken in selecting skins, choosing only closely furred and dark-hurd pelts, rich with a full animal glossiness and lustre. Jackets made of MUSK-OX BRAND this class of fur almost rival coats-at least these do. MUSKRAT JACKET Made from finest natural skins, taken at the right season. These jackets are made tu the popular Windsor atyle, have long revers to waist and silk cord girdle, Finished with storm collar and cuffs on sleeves. Price .. $45,00 in beauty the popular mink MUSKRAT JACKET8-Auother handsome jacket, made in seven-eights style, with loose-fitting box back. This jacket is made full double breasted, having high storm collar and cuffs on sleeves and lined through* out with brown satin. Length 4r> inches. Price., ,.$75,00  PHONE lOO LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. � 7 ^ - - ' , i- � y. 2. r> ^ n - v 1 r m | f r � - t 4 * \ \ ;