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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta The Store of Quality. McKelvie & McGuire Satisfaction Guaranteed w HON. OLIVER BPLESAED Minister of Inferior VMU Iht Weat--S�ea South Country Hon. IVnnk Oliver. Minister of tho Interior, ciuun In from the oa*l 'on ESTIMATES Vote to �� Taken Oct. 28 on Two By-L*wt. A special mooting of ill'' City Coun iiiiurim-, i.....,, ,,,, ,,,, c|| wit*- held on Monday night to di�- Monday morning uml accompanied by ''tuM tha submitting of u delienttire w. (.'. Simmons, M.P.P., went south j by-law' to inc. clHwns nml to settle { to Cnidston, liriymoml nml Mhgrinth. j upon the amount .to lie voted. s�i At Ittiymond, �. \V. (Ireen, mayor of completing their lank tlmt night, mi ySemi-read^ Tailoring MOST STYLISH TAILORING, INEXPENSIVELY PRICED  * Honest nil through Best because made so. tlie tdwn nn�l manager of tlm Kill son Milling Co. came on bonrtl anil gttvo tlie minister valuable Information In adjourned inwillng wns culled on Tm� tiny afternoon at which it was elded to milnnrlt the by-law for delion nwnV4o\ho"�pten'inil"claBit'6,r whcnl'luras to a vol�> on (HI. 5I8.. IVam being marketed, the con.IHi.in of the J ounts to be .wised l�.v ill- .Immures nre:- I crop* unit the small amount of Injury .lon*� by the recent storm. M.iyor (livon gnvo the minis-tor an estimate of three million bushels of wltcnt as the probable yield of the district of Ijethhrldgc, Stirling. Uny-niontl, Mngruth and Cordston. At Cards-ton the oftlcliils of the town council nml b.mrd of trade In jjhrtrge of .1. W. Woolf. M.IM\; met the minister and dlscusxed with him matter* of IntoiVMt to tha district Including 'the |>o�iiig of a pari of tlio Hlood liiwrvc, the opening of leased WATKIMVOHKS lly.lranti...................... Kiev.. Vnho and installation..................... Line from stand pl|ie to to puinp-hnu*K circulated In ivKar.l to the same. .Mr. Oliver rnmpa.lKned over the same territory in VHDtt and H00 as tlie IJI^ra) candidate for the whole of Alitor to and the immense whoat fl.-lds nml suroj- Imh*I areas on the land familiar 'to hirti in former visits as a Imtv'stretch of pr>iirx> quite convinc noo.oo Hii.'.on t'io.no aofo.oo 'm\t2 80 extensions 7122.SO sjta.ooo.no OltniXAIlY ...... 'IIS1.U> ...... 10:15.00 1 loo.no 108a.no 1200.00 IftiiO.OO litoo.oo HSiu.nn aoo.oo $1:1.117.00 Total ?'J."�.11T 00 Stewnrt-McClure. A miirrloKe that is of grx-ut ii�t,.r-e�t to the |ieople of |j>thhpt.lKe ami district took place last evening at half past nine o'clock, when, at the rewlikmcc of Mrs. IMk- .McClure. mo. tln'r of tho bride. Mikm .lean Clu-Miev McClure became the bride �>f |ir. John S. Hlownrl of the dental firm of McClure A Stetvnrt. Itev. A. M tlordon, pastor of Knox Church |ier forinetl tha ceremony In tlx* presence of only the immediate relaiiven of �the bride anil irronni. The lirlik* was .....> niivui. >............ ...... aiftende.1 ;by her swter Miks Mar>* Mr oil him that as a wheat and bot�t pro CViro. wliik> the Rtoom was aaHlste.1 ilueer .Southern Alberta could not hy ],iH hn�tlier KeniR.th. Minh Mary be l*uten any place In the world. MHchell, of Xia�:tra Fulls. cou�ln ,,'f It was Urn Intention of the Caiiad- the bride, played lint weddinjr murcb Ian Club to give a luncheon in hon- The bride looked very pretty dresm-d or �>f Mr. Oliver wIk�ii be visited the jM point U'esprit oVer tnlTetn ami city and he hud consented to a.ldivss w,re the customary bridal veil and the club on the occasion. Hut the oramic blossoms. Her bouquvrt wiih iiIIUvih were forced to Rive the idea 'of bW(k>'n roses. Miss Mary McClure. up as a suitable pln'ee was not avail- tlK? brldesimiid. wus iiix-ttily drcw*--uuliful pi-esents received man's brother Oeorge Staples, who many of which mnw from friends in lives in the sainu iHtiKhborjiood, to Ontario. the place. Two ItuMuns nume.1 Chiis I"'- "n'l ^'*i- Stewart left on tho ti and Daragettl. who work ut the nildnlKht train for a fortniuht's trip Diamond Coal Co.*s mine, weiv tbeio to ��a�t. The bride's koIiuj-and claimed that they had bought ��'">' gown v as of brown broadcloth Itlio property from the missinK man wlll� ,mt t�� match: On their return ''"' in their new home Tlie problem that confronts the average man is to combine fine Tailoring and economy, Pretty tough' proposition in the days of $80.00, B5.00 and. 1000 suits, but Soini.Ready Tailoring has solved' tho pro. blem. We make a business of dressing men correct-. Iv in they would be dressed-at a moderate cost,. Tailoring which equals that of the most exclusive^ shorn, styles thai arc the latest reflections front the", world's fashion centres ; materials, the best prodne-lions of Great Britain. Altogether representing 11 saving of 25 to 50 per cunt, to your pocket book. are ready to "show yon" how atid why. ; Semi-Ready Tweed Overcoats! Stylishly tailored in heavy Scotch Tweed in stri|H'd effect, miule in Chesterfield style with fly front, self collar nml well lined with heavy worsted 1 lining, at.................................ft IS. 00 Men'sSmartlytailoredSuits Cfwtl inntle single or double breasted, close fit-' ling backs, with raised seams and creased side seams,' intuit) of tine Knglislt Twoeds and fancy Worsteds. > Stnnrt Checks and Overplaids, linishrd to your itienB-uiwat..............................$18 to $20 Men's Winter Suits Made of imported English and Scotch Tweeds, in luteal patterns, brown or grey, single or double breasted sack style. Ready to wear, social value, at ...... ................................* IO.OO LADIES' MAGNIFICENT FUR-LINED COATS Winter will soon bo here in real earnest. Style and comfort can lie combined in one of these superb garments as in few others- The styles are distinctive and such as would catch'th� eye of the discriminating dresser at a gltiuco. While only materials of the finest qualities- the choicest furs, the finest broadcloths are allowed in the making, yet the prices are not extravagant, actually less in most cases than inferior kinds usually sell for. ' * Ladies' Ilaiupstcr Ftir-lincil Oouts, with collars and rovers of Columbia Sable, shell is made of imported black broadcloth, finished with straps of self. Price.......;. .$40.00 Ladies' Musk ml Lined touts, covering of high-grade broadcloth, trimmed with fancy till) straps, collar ami rovers of Columbia sable..................................$50.00 Musk rat l'ur lined ('outs, covering of fine quality broadcloth, has large storm collar and rovers of Itcst quality natural Alaska Sublo lining made from MuskTat backs only. Length 4(i inches, and lined throughout. Prices-------..______..v..�.................,.;____$t'p.O() Ladies' Fur ('oats, made from Rest Quality Muskrot Mink, made in Russian Blouse style with Heavy Silk tlinlle. silk lined throughout, extra special value at................$45.00 Negligee Shirts M.'id.t from fine quality of pure wool lluimel. in neat strijM's* and cheeks, with reversible collars, so that a white starched collar can be worn if desired. Fine Ceylon flannels $1 25 Heavy stripe flannels 1 75 Soft English ilaunel 2 75 Extra English tlaniul It (M) Wool Taffettii Shirts ii 25 Sweaters For Golfing. Skating, Curling and nil other outdoor exercise. Guaranteed absolutely pure wool. Heavy Navy..^......$1 25 Franklin Jerseys.. - I 50 Heavy plain grey ... 2 50 Exlra fine plain grey MOO Extra heavy white, very fine......... 51 50 they will ivHide on ilurdett Si. The bride durinK her comparatively brief residence in ljethbri.lwi; liocuine very populur, and everyone knows "Doc" Htuwart as one of tlw> most popular. fellow*, und Ih-kI heads in Southern Albortu. The happy couple have tho heart lost of jjood wishes THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAU OFMCB, TORONTO B. I. WAUtWt. PrwMtst AIJ*X. J.A1BP, OsnMsl Msui�r A. B. nBLAIfD. iuperlnteadtnt of 'BfSBClM* CSTABUSUEO ISST ToS Assets, - 113,000,000 BrtBcha throuchottt Canato, and In the United State* and Enrland A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS' PAPER DISCOUNTED! �4 SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT �1 "thSawal ol the whol. or any portion ot the dep >U. I for the sum of $'mw. Staples did not own tho bind lu.vini; houteHtend ed only ei�hteii mouths but thelt.il ians claimed to huve bought 11 thoi (Highbred . Clydesduln horse worth 8100, u mower, hay rake, and other Implements 'that would total up 81. 000 for the SHOO. They had put up about tuirt.v. tons of hay as well. . To-the police, the Italians sa.ld that | f,'"m a very laigcclrcle of frkjiuls they were willing. I'i give buck tho property If the money were returned. What makes the brother anxious is that tho missing uian hud $001) ab out him at 'live time of his disappear mice about two weeks otfo. lie has telegraphed to a sister in (.real Kails .Mont., but has not yet received a reply. It is thought that Staples wlu> come from lineal Kails, might return there. The Italians sinjih to tell a straight Mory and there is no suspicion of foul play.-- Sjtnples has lieen -aoiftig strangely for soino time and it Is thought, that whllti nioiitully unbalanced hp. has gnrs) nwny quietly after disponing of ids pi'o|M>iHy In the way mentioned. On tin ndjolnliig fnrni there is an old welj .tliiit.cnveil in during tlio rqoout siiqw storm. If no trace is tound of tlw lost..imvn tho well will lie excavated, to satisfy his friends as to tho possibility of liis being mur-deiyd ami thrown in the well. Edmonton Sells Debentures (Special to The lleruld.) Cdmontoii. Sept. 2(1.-This eity has micceedeil in selUng $*>0O,O0o worth1 of debentuiw 10 an JCnglish Ann. Tlie price has not been announced. .-*- Board of Health. Fleece Slippers Made of pure wool, lined with earners liuir. Felt sole and leather otitsole Albert sizes. 5-11, $1.25 Xewithatn sizes. 51-7. 1.515 Nownham " 7-10. ]. tlecco " Aiocrt" Sllpp�n JAEGER � Ncwnhum Slipper. KNEE WARMERS jflmlo of the linoBt quality of purowoollu^RtTSM^^ ��ir'�'� Imj worn over the HI Tlie best preventative of rheumatism. ' Natural color... .80o. ime wlw�r� Camel's hair......-----... .1.00 CALf.ARY CLAKICSIIOLM EDMONTON 111011 UIVLU INMSI'AIL BRANCHE1 IN M.BKRTA LEAVINGS HANTON STAVELV LETIIBRIDGE flNCHER CHEEK STUATIiCONA MACLEOD fONOKA VEGKEVIl.LE MEDICINE HAT f*� DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C 0. K. NOURSE.    MANAGE* To Make Wheat Grades. (Siweial to The lloralih) Wiimipeg, Sept. 2rt.-The chief in s|K-ctor has notified the chairman of tho Western Standards Hoard that under tho prcivisloris of the Jnspcc lion Act, it will lie necessary to moot and select commercial grades, \V. 11. Knirfield, Lelhbrldff�. is a luetnlxir of the( board.... In nccordaiice with tho provls- j Ions of the Provincial Public Health ' Act, tlu. City Hoard of Health was' formed on Tuesday night. The board includes Mayor fluibruHh. who'isox-ofltuio chivlrinai). Dr. ^DoVaiior, the Health OflU\r. C. m'. Arnol/I, city Kngliteer, mid W. Holilnsoii, the Hoeretury-t-itnisuroi', 'the lust huiikmI was elected secretary. Health Omtvr DoVolier recommended that as tlii'ie �iw seventeen cases of typhoid fever in tho eity publi-^ city should he given to the met and tho citizens advised to boil all water I oforo uHing it. Tlio engineer was asked to secure nil necessary im'onua thin regarding tl'� disposal (1f sev -' ago and septic tanks, and the cost of theso. .Milk and meat vendors will I hi required to take, out llconwis and their places made snbjeet to in-s|iection. A Fresh Shipment of Tweed Coats adds Special Interest to our Large Display. The smart tailored elegauce of these modish tiiiniH'iils has eslalilislieil them as the most favored coat of the season. A new shipment just received front our Eastern Tailors jb especially attraetive.aiul it embraces styles that arenewniid distinctive with matchless tailoring and finish. Remarkable Values. TWEED COAT Made three-qttater length, wilh box pleat lutck r tmct lined to the waist, has velvet collar a nil patch 'Kickots, tailored in smart stylish light grey materials...... Price $ 1 1.00 A HAN DH( tM E COAT--Madeof heavy weight Tweed in grey fancy mixtures, back and front finished with wide straps, collar and cull's overlaid with silk velvet and broadcloth... .$15.00 ANOTHER STYLISH COAT-lu light grey Tweeds, with smart overcheck.lined to tlie'waist, and finished wilh stitched sirups of self,forming "yoke, extending down front and back...$12.60 ANOTHER SMART COAT Of fancy ove re hocked Tweed, finished with stitched straps, collar , trimmed with silk velvet and braid, double breasted stylo. Price..............'........$10.50 liADIGS' COAT of line imported Black Heaver, seven-eighth length and finished with stitched strappings of self. Has fancy shaped collar, overlaid with velvet and braid. Price......$13.50 It is to jour advantage to SHOP EARLY, and by so doing you will get best selection, best service and best attention from'our salespeople. A. SOUTHARD Mrs. riohio of f,0,8ni'v who enmo to I ivt'tund tho stewnrt-McClure nuptiuU returned today. mPHONE 100 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ;