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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta the Lethbridge Herald 'Aft) VOLUME 2 LETHBKIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, SEPT. 10. 1907. 2* UMBER 46 Tkt Store of Quality. McKelvie & McGuire Satisfaction Guaranteed THE FINEST RANGE OF FALL AND WINTER UNDERWEAR Ever shown in the city IS NOW HERE. Autumn is tlio time tha every man should tiuikc it a {mint to be well provide*! with lee best and most suitable garments to keep warm. We have just .placed in stock it largo range of WOLSEY and STANFIELDS Unshrinkable Underwear.and you all know that these makes are even better than the best. Stan field's all wool elastic knit Underwear, unshrinkable, all sizes, price $2.50 suit. Stuilfield'a extra heavy unshrinkable elastic knit Underwear, price $3.00 Stanfield's Combination Uuderwear, shown in three weights, prices S.'t.oO, $4.00 and $4.50 suit. Stunficld'a light weight elastic knit pure wool underwear, nil sizes, $3.00 suit. I*cltlimit's Natural Wool Underwear, all sizes, $2.00 and $.1.00 suit. Wolsey Natural Wool unshrinkable underwear price $'1.00 and $5.00 per suit. Wolsey Unshrinkable Undorwcar shown in fancy colors, price $5.50 to $(5.50 suit. WolsttV all wool Cashmere ruder wear, plain white, price tft.OO and $�i.50 suit. Silk Uilderwtfur, all sizes, price $0.00 suit. McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive lien's Outfitters In Lethbridge m I THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (Sprrlnl to tlio tlornUI). WinnliHJK, Sept. U \h Ukoly that the riiixHilntPH tu Winnipeg for. tlii- House of Commons nl tho next Rniiei'til election will he Mayor ) nines Ashilown, hi hern I anil Snnfnril ICvnn.s Conservntlve. Heirinu.-.Iittl^e Wetniore vlll lie the first chancellor of lIn- I'tilverslty of Saskatchewan. Kiliiumt on.-Announcement will not Iw miule for two weeks at least of tin- iippoinlmiMtt of the ilisliiiM jiul- KCH. HEAD OFFICE, TOBONTO ESTaBUSIIED IBS7 B. B. WALKER, Prtaidrat ALU. LAIKD, Central Maaagtr A. H. IBSLAMD, Supt riuttadtnt e( BrsBckia Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rett, - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 BANK MONEY ORDERS IMUCO AT THE FOU-OVtHQ RATKS i $5 end undtr....................... 3 csntt Over $S ud net actadinc $10......  canta " $10 "l�...... 10 ctnu �7 " $J0 " - ISO...... 13 cents These Ordere are payable at par at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal hanking point* in the United States. They are negotiable at $4.90 to the � ktciiintf in Great Britain and Ireland. They form an excellent method of remitting email Mima of money with aafety aaa at una 11 cost, and may be obtained without delay at any office of the Bank CAL.HAKV CLAKKSIIOI.M EDMONTON IIIC.II KIVER IWMSI-All. BRANCHES M ALBKRTA leavings hamton STAVELV lethbriogb HMCHER creek strathcona macleod rOHOKA vegreville medicine hat tmn oskr vermilion wetaskiwin LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE. MANAOER Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up..... Reserved Faad........ Balaace Profit and Lou. .SI4.MMM . II.OM.ON 0*5.15* Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: alQHT HON. LORD STBAT1ICOMA AMD MOUNT KOVAL. 0. C. M 0. VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. SIH OKOKGB A. DHOMUONn. K. O. II. O. a. i. cbousTOK, Giieaai r4XAn�M Brancnea and AgenoieB at al) tit*principal points in Canada Also i�i London, Englai d, Now York, Cbioago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all porta of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft* �ultl available at all point* in United State*, Europe (and Canada Intoreiel allowed on de>p�ell* at current rate* Lethbridge Branch - *HZTV' Kilmonlon eliilen vnritiK railway franchise Kilmonton. \ |iri\nli> company i� tu purchase th�* srtiNvt from iln� city of Ot'Uiwn.-The Itnnril (if ('uncilint inn prnvhloil iiml.t tin' l/'iiiiciis Act. Iiiin lieeti askeil tn net in settling the wool'en mills strike in Valleydclil, Que. , WinnipeK - Kiitf lls.lt pii|iHiilists propose tn miiltl a ruilriiiul Iriiin l-Vl-iniuitiin to Uawson City. Magrath Happenings. (Prom Our Own Correspondent.) Tin* whole talk nt .MiiKrntli is the fair. Tin' directors, led liy President Marker, have entered into tlii' prepnr nt ions with mi enthusiasm tluu hns citiiuht the whiil.' ilislrirl. Ni>w Imiltl injfs were rapidly put up to accommodate tin- cvliiliits. Thf ontry liw show tluit tlicri' wi!,l In- i>xr�>lk>nl ox-iH'lli.iit exhibits of horsps. cut tic Kinln. nml roots of nil Minis. The fnir promiwH to he oiv.' of the lw>f�t in t Ii.' proviinv. The Kerr l.unil To. lirotiKht nlxiut thirty Ininl-si-okcrs here toilny iWeil-nosilny.". They will, slay over for I he fnir on Thursilny nml I'riilny. The irrilin which wits IoiIkciI hy tlu� Know storm, is risihu; uic.ly nml the IH'rceittntre of loss will hp very small. The ltell Telephone Co. Imvc Ih"ii husy flxiiiK their v�'i\'s simv the storm. Tho hnrvvst prns|m ielil will make Inisiin-ss ..\trii noml in AliiKi'tith this fall. It T. Ileiiiiirni' is in town toilay. lie has stnrtvil thresltini; anaiti. .Ins M.-eks is in from his ranch. LACROSSE GAME DECLARED OFF Tho finals Ixjlwepii CnlKnry nml LiMhhritlKC fnr the Inc.rossc champion ship of AltXM'ln mid tin; possession of Uiu I.OKlslntivo Cup nre .ofl. After IjothliiitlKo nml itKiii contrary would start tonight. The cliamploits of tuj.' niiitlieni district would not accept this iimim;cmonL and lieiiio the Kiuttes aiv off. It is i-ejtivMtable that the season should end this way especially as the Li'th-bridKO lioys have heid toKetlier and kopt practising ever since July 12, when their bist leitKUe Knni.- wits |iloyed. in order to piny oft the limits with tho winners in the northern disu trict. Rev. Dr. Dobbia. (Specinl to The Herald.) Kdmobtoii, Sept. Ill-The (Irani I I.odKe of Klks, elected their oflU'ors las>t nln'it. Frank Soiiimorville of Kilnionlon is' the (irand Kxaltoil littler. >l. It. ('Oo|ier of 1/MlibriilRi'. (ininil l/>ailiitK Kninht and W. It. Dobbin, (irand Chnplaia. Thanksgiving Day. Tlx* Politinion Coxprnment has issued nn order-in cotiitc'.l fixing tin last Thursday in Octnl.ei- us Thanks U'iy inif Day. The Inst Tliursdny Is October 111. Dominion Fair in Calgary. I'lie Pominioti (iovernment hus is sued mi order-in.council appointing 'nlitary as the place for the Poinin ion Knir in 10OH.'* The fair this .vein' wits held at Sherbrooki' Que. Premier to be Honored. (Sivcial to Tho Herald.) Kdmontoli. Sept. It).-Toronto I'n-iversity will confer the honorary tle-Kree of I), upon Premier Hulher-ford on the occasion of ahe inmiKUr-at inn of the new ly-appoiiited pivsl-deiit, Or. Kalcmier of Halifax. Death of W. H. Fairfield. Yesterday afternoon there passed itwii.v at the Cult Hospital, Stephen Henry Fairfield, v�'ll known in Sou thorn Alberta ns one of its most progressive fanners. On Friday he sufTcivil from what lu thought was an acute attack of in digest ion which on Saturday evening became so severe that he sent for a loetor lie was iiiimoiliiitoly winov od to the (ialt Hospital where his trouble was found to Iks iip|H'iiilicit is in such an advanced singe that, operation was tho only hope. Two oper al ions wviv peri'ormed but the iliscaso had taken too Iiiin a hold mid yester day afternoon the oiul came. The deiviiseil was born in' wvMorn Peiinsylvjinin just twenty-seven years nun, and was the .wninjfosl of the fit inily. In a few yours they moved to Colorado, whore the family lived tin til eight years ago when they return ed to Ontario, near Kingston. I I tint I the deceased came tu ljpth bridge entering into partnership with his brother W II The lirm of Fair Held Urns, is known throughout Allwr tu ns hnviim the model farm of the South. Since the appointment of W. II. Fnirllold to Is' director 'of tho Dominion Kxpcrimental Farm. the younger brother had Uie entire muii-agoiilent of the farm The young man was of a retiring disposition but what friends be had wore very intimate. Throughout tho citv and district be was much esteemed as a young mini of exemplary character and sterling ipialitU's. As an e\|�>it farmer, he litis done much for the fiirmeiv of Southern Allwrtn. Mr. Kajrlield's father, mother, anil sistei' live nenr KingMou, Out. Tile mother is \isiting a daughter in Huston and owing to the telogrnphcr's strike word could not lie sent her in time for her to reach Ijcthbridge before his death. Tho funeral urrango-utents are being posiponed until word is received from iter. Union Eleets Officers. Tlio local union of I'.M.W. of A. on Sunday night held tho oloction of officers owing to tho, resignation of tho xoctitive as a protest against tlio art ion of the miners in going on strike recently against their advice. There was only about forty-five of the thr,* hundred lucmticrs present and the result caniUYt lie taken as in-dlcativo of the minds of the whole tin-Ion. It was nut e.x|s'ctod that the. election would lie belli when it win*. The n-sull is that the old executive v�\s voted down. II. ii. Hamilton sucoeods I). McNabb as 1'ivsideiit ami S. A. II. Crabb gives place to Cluis-IViii'iicI; as financial secretary. T. I lea ton is the now ivcording secivln-ry. The old executive had gained th; confideiie' of th,i public and of tlu employers by their attitude of moderation and concilint ion. What llv policy of the new ollicors is remains In le soon. Big Pritet for Grain. O. W. Kerr, prcsiilont of the O W. Korr Land Co., in a letter to The Herald writes - "l.nst year wo offered a prize for tho best yield of wheal, nuts. and barley in Southern Aibertu, W made the condition that the claimant should support his claim by un a Ill-davit of It inself, the thresher. who threshed tin- grain, and one other ills interested party, We offered a pri'/�� of $.">() and SKIO.liO 4>ut did not got any response. We are interested in getting n ii'coi'd of nil these big yields, as this is the. argument that np|>eals to our |>ooplc. We will, bo willing to' olYcr the same prize this year: that is $l.Mi.i)ii divided into 'three prizes lie also remarks that in the prop-'nrntiun of their next magn/.ine "Kerr Land Doin's." they will use articles clipiM'd from tho Herald and are also got'liiig out ten thousand bills with the exact reproductions of those clippings mid others. >Seni-readr Hontifil all through. Best because made to. MOST STYLISH TAILORING, INEXPENSIVELY PRICED ,1 The problem Unit confronts the uvcraRe man i� to combine fine Tniloring and economy. Pretty tough.* proposition in the days of $150.00, 85.00 nnd 40.W jj suits, hut SemMleiitly Tailoring solvetl the pro- f lilein. We make a business of dressing men correctly as they would be. dressed-nt a moderate coat. Tailoring which equals that of the most exclusive shops, styles thai are. tho latest^ reflections from the world's fits Ii ion centres ; materials, the Itest productions of Great Hritain. Altogether representing a saving of 25 to 50 per eent. to your pocket book,:.We are ready to "show you" how and why. Semi-Ready Tweed Overcoats Stylishly tailored in heavy Scotch Tweed in striped effect, made in Chesterfield style with fly front, self collar and well lined with heavy wonted lining, at..............................ft ft. 00 Men's Smartly Tailored Suits Coat made single or double brensted, close fitting backs, with raised seams and creased side.seams, made of tine English Tweeds and fancy Worsteds. Smart Checks and Ovcrplnids, finished to your measure at..............................$18 to $20 Men's Winter Suits Made of imported English and Scotch Tweeds, in latest patterns, brown or grey, single or double breasted suck style. Kcndy to wear, special value, at ............................ ..........$10.00 LADIES' MAGNIFICENT FUR-LINED COATS Winter will soon be here in real earnest. Style and comfort can be combined in one of theae ttperb garments as in few uthers The styles are distinctive and such as would catch the eye of the discriminating dresser nt a glance. While only materials of (lie finest qualities-the choicest furs, the finest broadcloths are allowed in the making, yet the prices are not extrava- funt. actually lesn in most cases than inferior kinds usually sell for. .tidies' llainpstei* Fur.lined Coats, with collars ami revere of Columbia Suble, shell is made of imported black broadcloth, finished with straps of self. Price............$40,00 Ladies'' Musk rat Ivincd Coats, covering of high-grade broadcloth, trimmed with fancy tab straps, collar aud revers of Columbia sable.................................$SO.OO Muskrat Fur lined Coats, ooveriug of tine quality broadcloth, hns large storm collar and revers of best quality natural Alaska Sable lining made from Mnskrnt backs only. Length 40 inches, aud lined throughout. Price............................................$s and cheeks, with reversible collars, so that a white starched collar can Ik* worn if desired. Fine Ceylon tlunuels $1 25 Heavy stri|>e tlunuels 1 75 Soft English tlannel '2 75 Extra English Humid :HH) For (Jolting, Skating, Curling and all other outdoor exercise, (inarantced al>-solutely pure wool. Heavy Navy........$1 25 Franklin .lerseys. 1 50 Heavy plain grey ... 2 50 Extra tine plain grey { 00 Extra heavy white verv line . :I50 Fleece Slippers Made of pure wool, lin(| with earners hair. F,.|| solo and leather ontsole Albert sizes. 5-11. $1.25 Newnliam sizes. .')-". l..'!5 Xewnhinn " 7-10. 1.00 rl�ece " AiMrt" Slipper JAEGER Newnham '' Slipper. KNEE WARMERS Made of lite linesl quality of pure wool nml caiiicl'N hair, can lie worn over tho underwear. The bt'st preventative of rheumatism. Natural color... .80c. �n�e Warmer* ('ilUiel's hair .. ion iiitn the aflairs of the Staniliii'l Oil Co. slious tluit the' |>nillls of tin* roinpaiiy foreiuht yiln:; have he.'ii within ten ilollaiv. of five1 IiiiihIivcI niillinriH. j \V. 0. Uvnrh. nianafier of the Hank uf Coniliierie at IMnehef t'rivk has iKvn 'trnnKlerivHl 'to Maeleorl. Mr. Ij.Vfntotir of Winnipeff takes chui'ije of tho Pinchct- Crook ullliv. A Fresh Shipment of Tweed Coats adds Special Interest to our Large Display. The smart tailored elegance of these moduli uurmeiits huB established them as the most favored cotit of the season. A new shipment just received from our Eastern Tailors is especially ntrraotive.and it embraces styles that are new and distinctive with matchless tailoring aud finish. Remarkable Values. TWEED COAT Made three-quater length, with box pleat hack'and lined to the waist, has velvet collar ami patch pockets, tailored in smart stylish light grey materials......Price $1 1.00 'A 11 AN DS( )M E COAT- Made of heavy weight Tweed in grey fancy mixtures, back and front finished with wide straps, collar and cuffs overlaid with silk velvet and broadcloth... .$15.00 ANOTHER STYLISH COAT In light grey Tweeds, with smartovercheok.lined to the waist^ am) finished with Htitehetl straps of self,forming yoke, extending down front and back...$ It!.60 ANOTHER SMART COAT Of fancy overchecked Tweed, finished with stitched straps, collar trimmed with silk velvet and braid, double breasted stylo. Price.................... ..$10.50 LADIES' COAT of tine imported Bluck Beaver, seven-eighth length aud finished with stitched strappings of self. Has fancy shaped collar, overlaid with velvet and braid. Price......$13.60 It is"to your advantage io SHOP EARLY, and by so doing you will gel best selection, best service and best attention from our salespeople. A. SOUTHARD PHONE 100 LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. ;