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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Herald J - t . VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. THURSDAY. SEPT. ID. 1907. NUMBER, 4a The Store of QMlity. McKelvie & McGuire Satitfaetion Onarantccd THE FINEST RANGE OF FALL AND WINTER UNDERWEAR Ever 8hown in the city IS NOW HEUE. Autumn is the time thn every man should make it a point to be well provided with tee best and most suitable (;arment8 to keep warm. We have just .placed in stock a large range of WOLSEY and STANFIELDS Unshrinkable Underwear, and you all know that these makes are even better than tlio best. Stanfield's all wool elastic knit Utiderwonr, nn�hrinkable, all sizes, price $2.50 suit. Stanfield's extra heavy unshrinkable elastic knit Underwear, price $3.00 Stanfield's Combination Uuderwear, shown in three weights, prices $a.50, $4.00 and $4.50 suit. Stanfield's light weight elastic knit pnre wool nnder^-car, all sizes, $8.00 suit. Penman's Natural Wool Uuderwear, nil sizes, $2.00 and $li.00 suit. Wolsey Natural Wool unshrinkable underwear price $4,00 and $5.00 per suit. Wolsey Unshrinkable Underwear shown hi fancy colors, price $5.50 to $�.50 suit. Wolsey all wool Cashmere UnderweaT, plain white, price $(1.00 and $6.50 suit. Silk Underwear, all sizes, price $6.00 suit. McKELVE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In I>tbl>rldge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE. TOROKTO ESTABUSUeo 1867 B. I. WAUUn, PrtiidtBt AUCZ. LAIBO, 0�b*rsl Masaftr H. IKUANO, SuptrtDtsadtstef BrsackM Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rett, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 BANK MONEY ORDERS iMuco at TNc roiLOwma mtu i $S and undar....................... S cwits Ovtr $S and nottictsdiac tW......  cants ^ $10 " $M...... Mctnta 87 " $30 � " $M...... IS crots TImm Ordtrs sr* pajrabl* at par at any office In Canada of a Chartered Bank (Yukoa racapted), and at the prineipal banking points in the United States. Thay ara negotiable at $4.90 to the � sterling in Great Britain and Ireland. Tbey form an ascaUant mathod of remitting tinaU mimt of money with aaCity aad at anall coat, and may be obtained witboat dstagr at any oAca of tba Bank BRANCHM 01 ALBKRTA CAMIARV tEAVINGS MAMTON STAVELV ti.AKESHOL.M LETHBRIDGE HMCHBR CREEK STRATHCONA EDMO.XTON , MACLEOD PONOKA VEGREVILLE HIGH RIVER MEDICINE HAT MBO 0SBR VERMILION IN'NISKAIL WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSB, IIANAQBR Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Cipiiai $11 faM HP...................%um,m Rtstrvdl Paid...................... II,IN.N$ BilMCC Profit lad Lost.............. MS.ISO Head Office, Montreal PRESIOSNT: BIGHT HON. LORD STRATHCONA AND MOUNT aOYAb. O. C. M. 0. VICEPRESIOSNT: HON. aiR aaORGR A� DRVimOND. X. 0. M. O. B. a. CLousToii, oiasBAi. riMAflia Brancnea and Agencies at all tlwprincipal points in Canada Also ji> London, Englaxd, New York, Chicago, Spolcaneand Newfoundland ' Travellers' Circular Lettersot Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft! H>l(l avaitabla at all point* in Ualted States, Europe laod Canada Inlereat allowed on de^mila el current retea r. RECVC Lethbridge Branch - L!!:"' LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (Spncial to the Herald). Winnipeff, SctH. 19.-It Is Ukolj thi\t thn carKlidates in Winnipeg for. the lli>u.e mnile for two weoU.s at least of the a|ipolntnient of the ilistriel. jii?nileu.\ .\ct. has been asked to act in settlini? the wool'en mills strike in Valle.vl'ield, Ouo. WinnipeR.-Knffllsh cai>italists t;' of the best in the" province. The Kerr Land Co. brouRht about thirty Innd-sockers hero toda.y (Wed-nosday.K The.v will, .stn.v over, for the f.Tir on Thursday and Kriday. The jjrain which was lodged b.v the snow .storm, is rlsibg nlce.l.y and the l>ercenta)?e of loss will bo ver.v small. The Hell Telephone Co. have lie^n busy TixinR their Vfres s-lncc the storm. 'J'ho harvest prospects ore excellent and the advunoed |jricos of wheat added to the heavy .yield will make bu.sinoss extra Rood In MaRrath this fall. 1{. T. HeniRar is In town today. Ife has started thre.shinR again. .Tns. Mooks is in from his ranch. Premier to be Honored. (S|>ecial to The Herald.) Kdmonton, Sept. 19.-Toronto University will confer the honorary degree of L.L.I), upon Pi-emier Rutherford on the Qccasion of the inauguration of the newly-appointetl president, Dr. Falconer of Halifox. Deftth of W. H. FBirfieia. UCROSSE GAME DECURED OFF The finals Iwtween Calgary and Lolhbridgc fpi- the lacrosse champion ship of Alberta and the possession of the Legislative Cup arc -oiT, After Jjothbridgchad agreed to Calgary's wish for a |(ostr>oneinent last Mon day, the northern champions sot the date for next Alonduy. The locals objected but were informed that the advertising was out for that date and thot it would have to s'tick l>thhridge wired back that both games mti.s* b(j played Ix-'forc next Wedncsrtn.v and not receiving any re ply sent, another mes.sagc this morn ing saying that If they played in Cal gory at all, it would !� tomorrow and that unless the.y heani to the contrary would start tonight. The chompio'ns of the northern district would not accept this arrangement and hence the games ai-e olT. It is rcgra*ttnble that the .season should end this wa.y especially as the Lcth bridge boys  have heifl together unacord'ing socreta-r.v. The old o.vecutive had gained the confidence of tha public and of the omplo,yors by their attitude of moderation and conciliation. What the pollc.y of the new oftU-ers is remains I'.e seen. Hone&l all tlirougli. Best'because made'io. MOST STYLISH TAILORING. INEXPENSIVELY PRICED The probleiii tliat confronts the uvcruse man 10 to-combine tine Tailoring and economy. Pretty tongb|: proixisitiou in the days of lilO.OO, sto.OO and' 4Q.Ul)l suits, bnt Sonii-Ready Tailoring has solved the pro-; bleui. We make a business of dressing men correctly-a� they wouUl be dressed-at a motlerate coti^: Tailoring which ctiuals that of the most exclusive; shops, styles that are the latest reflectioiis^from th^l world's f ash ion centrtss ; materials, the liest prodnc-v tioii� of Great Britain. Altogether representing a, saving of 25 to 50 per cent, to yotir pocket l)ook.,vW� are ready to "show yoti" how and wny. � Semi-Ready Tweed Overcoats Stylishly tailored in heavy Scotch Tweed. in| striped effect, made in Chesterfield style with flyl tront, self collar and well lined with heavy wonteaf lining, at.,..............................91ft*0p| Men's Smartly Tailored Suits , Coat made single or double breasted, close fitting backs, with raised seams and creased side.MatnSi mails of fine English Tweeds and fancy Wor�teda.^ Smart Checks and Overplaids, finished to your meat-; , ureat........................... .'..$18 to $20^ Men's Winter Suits Made of imported English and Scotch Tweedt, in latest patterns, brown or grey, single or doiibl#| breasted sack style. Ready to wear, special valiM, at) ............................ .........ilO.OQ LADIES' MAGNIFICENT FUR-LINED COATS Winter will soon be here in real earnest. Style and comfort can be combined in one of these superb garments as in fewtjthers. The styles are distinctive and snch as would catch tb�^y� of the discriminating dresser at a glance. While only materials of the finest qualities-tb� choicest furs, the finest broadcloths-are allowed in the making, yet the prices are lidt'extrava-' gant. actnally less in most cases than inferior kinds usually sell for. Ladles'UampMter Fur.lined Coats, with collars and revers of Columbia Sable, aheUii made of imported black broadcloth, finished with straps'of self. Price............$40.00^ Ladies'^ Muskrat I/ined Coats, covering of high-grade broadcloth, trimni�l with fancy tab straps, collar and revers of Columbia sable................................ ..$80*00 Muskrat Fur lined Coats, oovering of fine quality broadcloth, has large atorm collar and' revers of best quality natural Alaska Sable lining made from Mnskrat backs only. Leiip^h 4tt; inches, and lined throughout. Price----..........................,.,. .$00.00 Ladies' Fur Goats, mode from Best Quality Muskrat Mink, made in Russian BIbnie style with Heavy Silk Ginlle, silk lined throughont. extra spe. Two operations wore perforuieoople. We will, Ix! Vvilling to'olTer the same prize this year: that is ^loO.OO divided into throe prizes. " He also remarks that in the pr.ii)-'nrntion of ilieir ne.xt magazine "Kerr Land Doin's," they will use art'icles clipped from the Herald and are also got'ting out ten thousand bills with the 'e.xnct ^'productions of these clippings and others. Negligee Shirts Sweaters Made from fine quality of pure wool flannel, in neat stripes and checks, with reversible collars, so that a white starched collar can be worn if desired. Fine Ceylon flannels $1 2.5 Heavy stri^ie flannels 1 7o Soft English flannel 2 75 Extra English flannel 00 Wool Tatfetta Shirts JJ 25 For Golfing, Skating, Curl-ing and all other outdoor exercise. Guaranteed alv solntely pure wool. Heavy Navy........$1 25 Franklin florw^ys.. 1 50 Heiivy plain grey ... 2 50 Extra fine plain grey 00 Extra heavy white, very tine......... ;{ 50 ill i I Flccee Slippers Made of pure wool, lined with cameKs hair. Felt sole and leather outsole Albert sizes. 5-11, $1.25 Newnhaui si/es, iJ-7. l.ljo Newnham " 7-10. 1.00 ritcee "AiMrt'Stlppan JAEGER Ntwnham " Sllppar. KNEE WARMPIIS Made of ihe finest quality of pure wool and caniers hair, can-he worn over tlio underwear. The best preventative of rheumatism. Natural .color... .8O0. KnM Warm*r� (.'itllicrs hair..........t.. .1.00 Good Profits. Inve.stigiit ion into the affairs of. the Standard Oil Co. shows that the 1 profits of the ctmipany for eight ynir:; have l)o;ii within hundred millions. ten dolhii's of five A Fresh Shipment of Tweed Coats adds Spedtl Interest to our Large Display. The sniiirt tailored elegance of these niodiah garments has established them as the most favored coat of the season. A new shipment just received from our Eastern Tailors is esixicially attractive, and it embraces styles that are new and distinctive with matchless tailoring and finish. Remarkable Values. TWEED COAT-'-Made three-quater length, with box pleat back fand lined to the waist, has velvet collar and patch ])ockets, tailored in smart stylish light grey materials......Price $11.00 TA HANDSOME COAT-Made of heavy weight Tweed in grey fancy mixtures, back and front finished with wide straps, collar and cutfs overlaid with silk velvet and broadcloth____$15;00 ANOTHER STYLISH COAT-In light grey Tweeds, with smart overcheck.lined to the waist^ iiiul tinislietl with stitched straps of seIf,forming yoke, extending down front and back:. ,$12.50 ANOTHER SMART COAT- Of fancy overchecked Tweed, finished with stitched straps, collar,; trimmed with silk velvet and braid, double breasted style. Price..................... ..$W�5.c0 LADIES' COAT of tine inqwrted Black Beaver, seven-eighth length and finished witbatitcheds; strai'piugs of self. Has fancy shaped collar, overlaid with velvet and braid. Price..... .$l,3.JWii;; It is to your advantiige to SHOP EARLY, and by so doing you will g|3t best selection, beat'' service and best attention from onr salespeople. ' - - A. SOUTHARD v'4 PHONE 100 LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. ;