Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 9

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 24

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald ' ^ ' j H Y9LUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALBEHTA. THURSDAY, SEPT. 12. 1907. TiM Store of Qmlity. McKdvie & McGuire SftttefAction What about that new Fall Suit or Overcoat? Th* New Fkll Slyl** arc IU*4y � When Toa are ready we are ready to show them to yon. Our Fit-Reform Clothing this leatoii possesie* a style, elegance and distinction that is entirely foreign to reany-to-w^ar clothing and rarely achieved in exclusive custom work. Fit-Reform Suits Of all-wool imported Tweeds, shown in greys and browns, well tailored thronghont............................Price 915.00 Fit-Refonn Suits of imported Tweeds and Worsteds, shown in either single or double breasted..........Price Ki.fiO and 18 00 Fit-Refonn fine tailored suits by imported Tweeds and Worsteds, either single or double breasted.... Price 20.00 and 22.00 Fit-Reform blue and black worsted suits, beautifully tailoied throughout..............................Price 22.00 to 25.00 Men's }-len^th Overcoats, just the thing for the cool fall evenings, shown in black, fawn and brown.....Prices 13.50 to 18.QP It will pay you to see the large range of Suits we are showing at.................................7.00, 8.00,10.00 and 12.00 McKELViE & McGUIRE Only Exoluslv* Man's Outfitters In Lsthbrldge MACDONALD & CO. _MAYBUIU) Hcftd of Firm here this week Looking over Situation. Alox. MacilonnlO of Winnificff. head of the firm of A. Mucdonald & Co. was in iho city on Monday looking ovor the the additional judge appointed to the Supremo Court Bench of Alberta. C. R. Mitchell of Medicine Hat, ie is safe to .say, will bo ap -pointed judge f4>r the Txsthbridgc judicial dLttrict and will reside at Iwothbridge. The list of qualified voters in 'city of Lcthbridgc is po.stod in oDice ot the secretary-trea.sul^cr whoiv Vatepa.^-ers of the city may insijcct it to see whether their names are i-ec -ordered on the If any one islcft off. application must be made by Ko-vember 1st for the entering of the name on the voters list. Cutking Goes East. (,S|)ecinl, to the Herald.) Kdmonton, Sept. 12.-Hon. W. H. Cushini^ has gone cast on ilepartmen-tal Imsinoss and will lx> absent until the end of the month. THE CANADIAN BA OF COMMERCE ��A� omce, Toiojrro ^ i. 1. WAWM, PrwMwt AUZ. I.AIBD, OtMrilVttSgMT' A. I. IBBLAirO. asfMlatMtet of csTABtisucD leer Quadrup!ets. (Siiecial to the Herald). Kdmonton. Sept. IS.^Four children wore born t,S�T: �oM. sta SBOBoa a. oavmioiii*. c o. m. a. m. . oboviTos. oiissAi. r�ii�aia Branones and Aganoias at all Uta principal points tn Canada Also in London, Englattd., Kaw York, Chidibao, Spokane and Xfawtoundland Travallara' Glroular Letteraof Cradlt and Commerplal Credits iaaued for use in all parts ot the world. COLLECTIONS MADE OK rAVORABLE TERMS Draft! sold svsiltble at all polatt la Uatted State*, Barope laad Caaada latareet allowed on dopaelte at current relee Lethbridge Branch - 5.^ Laerocae Ftn�lt. It lia.s finally Ixx-n docidedr^jtith by the E.Vecutive of the Amateur La-cro.s.';c .A.f.sociation and by the dcfcut of Strathcona by the Kdmonton team lii.ut Fridny that Calgary shall re -pro.sent the northern district of the Ijenguo in �he finals for the DoVeber (-'up. The first game wilj. he played in C'algnry on Monday ne.vt, Sefrt. loth and the sccontl in this city the following Friday, Sept. 20th. The team is engaging a .siwcial car to go to Calgary on Sunday night or rather early Monday morning. Atiyone wi.shing to have a cimnco to cheer the team on to victory in Calgary should notify Uipley, Skeitb, Oow or any oi the other lacrosse -boys. If fifty go the cost will be single fare and a lilllo cvtra for the .sleeper. Moth teams are chuck full of confidence and enthu.s'iasm and first lacrosse will l)e witnessed at both games. Kveryboily thot can raise a holler and a do-llar should conio along with the boys and help fiill up the special r thut tliey have engaged. Buracd All Docttmeata. The preliminary hearing of the case against the memljers of the Allxirta Ketail Dealers' Association was start ed on rhursday of last wet members of the A.LI).A., the Elk Luml>er Co. of Fernie U.C., lielng .disciplined foi' .selling to non-momlxfrs. The dealers claim that thei-c is_no combine. The organization is solely for the purposa of promoting the lumber trade on nindorn business methods. KBiph Smiths Miaaiofi. Ralph Smfth, M.P., of Nanaimo, B. C, accompanied by Mrs. Smith spc^nt Thursday and Friday of last week in the city. Mr. Smith is a noted labor leoiler and one of (ho cleverest men in the Cnnaidian House ol Commons while Mrs. Smith is a most charm -ing person. His object was to study the coal MiUl:iabor situation here, a.s he had done In all the centi-os of n. C. and the Crows' Nest, that hemay have fir�t hand knowledge of the matters to take in Parliament next session When these important mat -ters will be discussed, Av�ffB||d 99 Buahcla. The farmers around Mograth have evidently decided to make thcirfamis do som^hioK. Land thot two years ago yielflert about foiii- bushels to the acre becauM of poor cultivation, is this year yielding from thirty to sixty bushels per acre. Skoltbn and .lensen thronhed one hundred acres just west nt the town and ffnt fiPty-oight bushels to the acre of No. 1 AJbcrta Red to th(; acre. And thoiv ano some- other fanns that 'utii'M' "? -putod to be even lietter. Mr.' W.Vmnn purchased a section from the O. W. Kerr Co. with the crop on it;;'this spring for 920 per aciw and it is estimated his crop will pay for the laneen grain will suffer most. The storm is widiwpread, the wires Were down between Medicine Hat and W'inniiwg and ninth of us snow has falling as far north as Wetas-kiwin. At Red Deer and I^combo from eight to ion inches has fallen. In the city, the heavy snow broke many of the Electric Company's wires so that ek-ctric light and pow-j er were out of business. Among oth-evH the Herald suffered in not having power to run its presses or Monol,ine all day yc-ftcrdny. The heavy foliage of the citystrees caught a gneot deal of sttow ami considerable dttliuinc was donfl, the elm troes standing llie strain the l) of any. The (armors "ho have their wheat In and their fall vhent sown, per -sonally, have no objection to the storms, as it is the Ijost possible thing that cimld come for the winter wheat. 'I'llis storm emphasizes the fact very strongljV that x^nler I wheat is the crop (or this country. Taken on the whole the dnnuigu done in this disiriot will not begrent although some crops of spring wheat and oa'ts wore late will sustain considerable loss. i This week we again (lemonstrate the style supremacy of this store, by ntirAnnnng a BUgltifl ' cent presentation of Fur Fashions that will reign the coining fall and winter season. aoeefilGdl modes are given comprehensive representation, while the many novelty ideas--all with an inti&gi* I ble toach of aiithoritativeiiess-are a tribute to the creative genius of our farriers, who have been widely acknowledged as arbiters of fur fashions. Superb as has been our collection hetetofore, this magnifi(;ent display outclasses any previous endeavor. The costly, rare and pracions ftiia wi;' have gathered more lavishly, and popular furs we have in larger numbers and greater variety. This ' season we are demonstrating fhe greater economy of 8outhard prices as never before. Have you seen the new far> ished jn yoke effect and has stitched straps of ialf.rLin^, throughout with hamster fur and has high storm tioilariiij^. revers of natural Alaska sable. Price.,..... .SQft^OO^ FUR-LINED a)AT- Shell of imfpoi^. broadcloth liieil^ with natnrni mnskrat; high storm colhir and ravers of vfall furred natural sable. Front and back have etebemt^' triml ming of self strapping. Turn back Cnffs witb-pqintedtta^^ effect. Length iH ins. Colors black, navy, broiraygiWh $60 ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL COAT-Lined tlitdiighbot iritlit Hamster, has high storm collar and reverabfblMded sable Shell is of high grade imported broadcloth, lailofied in yoke effect, front and Imck,, and trimmed with pointed tabs and; straps of self. Has fancy sbaptHl tarn back jiointed^o^^ Length 42 inches. Price.......... .^^. i..;|(3S.OO^ FUR-TRIMMED COAT-Very handsome cdat with shell of MUSKotfllX MAND imported beaver cloth. Has wide strap running over sboul- iav�9savA Bvaantiar der, giving Gibson shoulder effect, and anotWatrap ei� tending to bottom of coat. Has loose fitting^back strapped to match front. Lined with Quilted J mercerette and has storm collar and witle revers of blended sable. Black and navy. Price $25.00 Mink Novelties Unusally Handsome Mink continues to grow in popular favor-a preference greater probjibly than was ever accorded any other individual fur. Tliis season we are tiiaking by far the most atractive display of Mink Novelties in this store's history. Clever conceits from our own furriers, which will rival the handsomest creations of Paris, London and New York. The�e are entirely new designs. , CHOICE MINK STOLE-Made from hnndsomely striped finest selected Natural Canadian Mink skins, with.. w;ide cape, having four stole ends of finest full size skins; finished witli natural tail, head and paws. Lined throughout with rauoy brocaded satin. Length 72 in. Price $80.00 CHOICE STOLE-Made from finest natural skins, with collar showing two stripes. Htis long stole ends, trimmed with with two separate skins and natural head, tails, and paws. Lined with fine brocaded satin. Length 72 inches. Price.........................................J�75.00 CHOICE NATURAL CANADIAN MINK STOLE-Made from finest grade skins, showing two rich dark stripes. Has long stole ends and is finishetl with 2 heads and 10 natural tails. Lined with fine brocaded satin. Length iVi . inches. Price................................S.'iO.OO CHOICE NATURAL CANADIAN 3IINIv STOLE-Matle from finest selected full-furred skins with dear dark stripes: trimmetl with 2 heads and 10 tails. Lined with fancy brocaded satin. Length 60 inches. Price.......$35.00 A BEAUTIFUL STOCK OP MINK MUFFS-In many handsome designs, in the large pillow shape. Ttimmed in a variety of style etlVcts with e.vtra skins, ptiws, hea'ds and tails. Made on finest down Iteda and lined with good luality satin. Prices from {$$35.00 to *J)0.00 "i 'SI NDSIHIX 1^ PERSIAN LAMB JACKETS-FINE DISPLAY Conforming to the sentiment of the broadly accepted vogue of the Persian Lamb for women's winter wear, we are presenting one of the meritorious displays of brilliant styles-and. matohlesa workmanship ever seen in the west in this ever popular fur. Conspicuous is the niagnijBcent gathering of Persian Lamb .lackets-among them the New Alexander Jacket. A. S. nowmnn and wife ol Itellevuo Farm, Taber, wcro ih the city on Tuesday. PERSIAN LAMB JACKET - Made in popular Windsor style, from specially selected ftkias, and trimmed with collar and cntfs and long revers, to the waist line, fine natural Canadian Mink, beautifully striped. Price.... $ 138.00 NEW ALEXANDER PKB-HIAN LAMB. JACKET has decidedly military air. It is made in double breasted stylo, trimmed with fancy black' silk cord and covered buttons. Length. 21 inches. Price,...........$200.00 Muskrat Jackets in High Favor That's the Ititest fashion indication tor this season's wear. Our new jackets are conspicuous by an unusually beautiful fur. E.xtru [)ains have been taken in selecting skins, choosing only closely furred and dark-hued pelts, rich with a full animal glossiness and lustre. Jackets made of this class of fur almost rival in beauty the popular mink- coats- at least these do. MUSKRAT JACKETS-Another handsome jackets I'nade in scvea�eights style, with 'loose-fitting ix>x back/ This jacket is uader full double breasted, having MUSK-OX BRAND MUSKRAT JACKET-^ Made from finest natural skins, taken at the right season, These jackets are made tn the popiihtr Windsor stylo, have long revers to waist and vj,l ..^n., -^m" - ilk ennl fxinll<� WinJat...! V^'laf and CUffS A. SOUTHARD PHONE too LETHBRIDOC. ALTA. i M Sorjpt.' nolderson has resigned from the R.N.W.M.P force. ;