Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE^AiBEBtA. THURSDAY; SEPT. 26. 1907. VOLUME 2 l^UMBER 47 .'Tkc Store efOMtity. McKelyie & McGuire SAtitfMlipA Jlccident Insurance Policy for $i,ooo# ; VC�D>0^'f the Progress BraiicMflboI. Here is a Pleasant Price Surprise MenVdark grey TweetlSwitg, made in DBslyle, sizes 36 to 40. Price ffi.OO. 'Mpn> SaitSrsbown m single and doable breastetl. Price f 8.00. Men's Suits, shown in blues, blacks, greys and browns, sini gle and double breastods. Price f 10.00. Men's all wool Suits, niade either S or DB, Price $12.00. Men'saU/wool-Snitsr-':.^^-*/^^*:'-^-:^:;^^^^ �.:^ .^..15:00.^- . Men's Fall Overcoats in dark greys,bluesand^ blacks; Prices $9,00, 10.00, 12.00, 16.?0 tc 23.00. McKELVIE & McGUKE Only-Exoluaiv* Uen's Outfitters In LiMlibrtdoe HON. OLIVER K^PLESAED MiAittcff of latorior VitUt th* Wctt-8�ct So�th CouAlry Hon. Frank Oliver,. Minister of th� Interior, cunio in from tlie "caSt"on Montlny niornlnp unil uccoinpAniwI by ifeuss tho. :�U.�fm^^^ of ii iletienture W. C. .Simmons, M.IM'., wont Hoiith j byrlottrStOittw^^ftiW-'iiK nnd to settle ESTIMATES ..... '.^,-T|ir�#y-I'*wi. A N|ieri'�l aHSfetinK of the City Coun cH'waHfihclirt on. Monday niRht to tlis- 4o OardHton, Itri.vmond ami Magrwth. At Uaymond, O. \\. Giwon, mayor of the town and maiiagur of ttw KiNsoii. Millini;: ('o. eamo on board and i^vo the minister valtial>lc inforrooiioh In regard 'to the splendid cla�M of whcikt Ijeinj; marMtorl. IIkv condition of-th� iiiwin ih�" ariiountvto Ijc vt�:bo.r*r�;!d Ity the dclicntures Honest all tlirougl). Best because made so. MOST STYLISH TAILORING. INEXPENSIVELY PRICED cro|)s and the sintill aiiiount of injiii'y i'dona by the' retrant s'torm. Mayor Oi\?cn . (?nvn the mlnis'tcr an cs'limatc of thrmj million biiHhcIs of wivcat as the probable .yield of the district of Ijethbrjdge. StirlmR, Htty-mond, Mugraih and Cordston. At Cardston � the officials of tlhj town cotincii and l>oard of traidc in ciiarge of .1. W. Woolf, M.lVf mot the mrnisUir and discussed with' hini matliars of interest to the districti iti-cliidiiiK the oiMmnK of a part of the Illood Reiwrve, the oponinfir of loasetl lands ;for homostadinff. and the com ptotion of it.h(� K'imhall branch of tlic A. It. & I. i-nilway. Mayor .1. A Ilnmmcr on Iwhnif of the dcl'ORation^ oxpiv.ssod himsi-li' as well satisflcd With- the iivterviow, v � \;-Jj On thn' return trip .Bishop Harkcr, mayor of Maiu;rath, a.nd Ipadinf; ^f^l-zens iiMt the" minister lit the Maiipn and ivncwed former ncquaiiitancc�| Dr. Rivers, pi-csidcn't of tlw Liltwrai; as.sociation mot Mr. Oliver at' .Riiyr mond. To a Herald rcprosontativc the rniri is'tcr'c.xpressvd his VleliKitt with > thb-trip south. The wh�at nclds on all siilos from LctlU^ridgc to Cardston wore a revelation lo h'im. Ho was} |iarticiilnrly imr>ial' ciindidatu for the whole of AlliertA and 'the immense whoat fields �ffd�ugrar.bieot'areas on the land ia?. mil'inr to Wrti in former visits Hs-,'jt; baro." �tretch- of vpruirio- quite cdnvincr;^ _l^cd:_hitn >that..a8 .a. wheal, and. beot proj PI rluecr'^Southern Alljerta^couM not be Iwatcn any place in: the worid. ^ It was the intention of the Canadian Cbih to kIvc a luncheon in honor of Mr. Oliver wliew ho vtsiteil the city ond ho had consi>nted to address the club, on the occasion. But the officers weixj forced' to jfive the idea' up as a suitable pla'oc was not availr able.' Ditftppearanec ofvA. 9ti^plct. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE -mi asm oFnct. Toaoirro CBTABUtUEIt 186* Paidttp Capiital, 110,000,000 Rett. - - - 5,000,000 Tota^ Assets, - 113,000,000 inaAe�^i�^ Cutt�a^ M(Ha ta�poMtebf$l aiitt upwariU r�e�lv�d. ^ interest allowsd at vrrcM ratM. The depositor Is subfeet tu no delny whatever is' the wltbdmwalitt the whole or any portion of the d�p..sit. CALr.ARV CLAKKSIIOLM EDMONTO.N IIICIl KIVKR INNISKAIL BRANCHM M UJBKKth H^NtON 8TAVELV nNCHBR CKEBK STKATHCONA IQtKMCA VEGKEyiLLB Min OKBR VERMILION WETASkiWIN; LEAVINGS LETIIBRIDGB MACLEOD UEOICINB HAT LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C 0. K. NOURSE. . - . MANAOEI Yesterda.v word was brought to thd Il.X.W.M.P. barracks tliiit Andrew Staples a farmer near lliamond Cit.Y had disap|ioa.r(>d and that two Italians wore in'poK.scsBion of his place. (Dotoct'ive Kjfon' accompanicfl .the man's brother George Staples, who lives in .the same neighborjhood, to the place. Two ItuHans nameil Cht'is ti and Daragetti, who woric at the IMamond Coal Co.'s minc,.wora thore ami claimed that they had bought Ithc proiterty from the mis�inH: man for the sum of $800. Staples did not own the land hi^ving homestead-ed only eighteen months but theltal jan^ claiinefl to hove bought a thor-ouglvbivd . Clydostialc liursu worth g-lOO, a mower, hay roko, and other implements that would total up Sl>-000 for the $300. They had- put up about thirtx tons of liay as well.; To tlic police, tl>c; Italians said that tlie.y woi'o willing: to give back the pi'oporty if the money weie returned.^ What makes the. lu'otlicr anxious is that the missing-man hud tOOU about him at the time of his disappear niiCQ about two weeks ogo. Ho hus' tclogi-aphed to a sister in Great Falls SI out'., hut hos not yet received a! reply. It is thought that SiaplcH who come fi'oni C^vat Falls, might roturn thciw. , � ^ 'I'lio Italians swm.-'to 'tell a straight' n'loi'.v and there is no suspicion of. f a memliei'of tho^^oard..,.. ; ..; , and instnlln- 01*0'.- ' *- , - W.ATF.ItWORKS Hydrants Kiev. - Valve lion- ......'...... Unc from s'tifnil pipe to to pump-hoiisa ...... Fou'miations >' to motors ... a-lOO (JnlvU. - .Sw\ iie Tii-e on^^�if�l� �)f Ix'thbridge and district toolciplntv! last evening at half past: nine o'clock, when, at the resilience ofVMrs. Itellc McClui-o, iiki-thor.riofjthoi bride, .Mi.s� .lean Chosney AlcClut'cflibcamc the bride of Ur. .lohn 9; 8l�wart of tlic dental firm of McOliii'v:pa�tor or Knox Church por-forined-'.th^^jceromoiiy in the presence irf: �onl.v'';'fch'e-iiinhiMliuio relatives � .of the il�rid(^�n(lsgroom. The bride was sister- MisB Mary Mc->(^re/.liito -the KtcMmL~was �a�iMtc Miss Mary Mi^tchelV of; N'iagamvFalls, cousin of the bride, played 4hc- weilding march. The bride looked very pretty dressed in point. d'cspritv over talleta , and wore the-customary bridal veil anil orange blossoms. ' Her bouquet was 'of bride'* roses. Miss Mor.v McCluro, the bridesmaid, was pn>ttily drcssmt in white siik and carried a bouquet of 'pink losos. Mrs. MctMuro was:richly gowno�; were iisocr~ln -ibf hourfa decorating as well. - That the happy couple wei'cNj'^'.J^'^'^ popular was very evident from .the number, of' Itcuutiful - profwnts received many of which came from friends in Ontario. Dr. and Mrs. Stewait loft on the midnight train for a fortnight's trip to the const. The. bride's going-away gown \*-as of brown broadcloth with hat to inatclf: On their i-oturn Ihoy will r:;siride during her comparatiyel.v brief residence in. Ijethbridge liecaiiie very popular, ami- cver.voiio knows '�'Doc'' Stewart as one of the most popular;fellows and best heads in Southern Aibertu. 'rhe happy couple have the liuarticst of good wishes �fi'om a very large circle of friviids. Edmonton Sells Detentures d (Spociiil 16 The Herald.) Kdmonton, .Sept. 2�J.-I^his city has succeeded in selling $500,000 worth of:cVobcntures to an.vlSngllsh'Arin..Tho price has not heen announce ions of the Pnivincial Public Ilonltli AvH; the City llonrd ol Health was formed on 'I'ui^iiay night. The board includt>s Ma.voi- OalbraHh, who'iKo.v-ofllcio chairman, .J>r. ' DoV^lxsr, the Health Ofllcii', C. "it! ArnoVI, Vtty \ Knglnoor. anil (i..W. Robinson, the Nocnetury-tivnsiiivk'i'. 'the '^luMt. named was elected secretary, ; Health Ofllcer DeVelicr recommended that as there wcto seventeen cases of typhoiil fever in the cilj' publi-^ city should be given to the" fact and the citizens nilvisvd to boil all water :l;cforo using it. The engineer was nskcd to'seciiiv all necessar.v informa turn regarding the disposal of sov-ago and septic tanks, and the cost of tlie^.:- Milk and meat vendors will Ikj;required to tufco out IlcensuiH and their phKvs mack) subjeot to in-Niieetion. A Fresh Shipment of T^ed Interest to our Large IMsplay. Tlie sniiift tailort'd elegance of these motlish fj;unjii)iils lias ostablished them as the most fit-vored coat of tlie season. a new shipment just ri'cyived from our Eastern Tailors is especially iittriictiv(>,aiid itf mbraces styles that are newand distinctive with niatohluss tailoring and firiisli. Remarkable Vnlues. '"�^'^''S^l:. TWEED COAT- Made ihree-quator lerigth, with box pleat )>ack and lined to the waist, has velvet'colltir jiiid patcli [xjckuts, tailored in smart stylish light groy materials....Price $11.06 a"HANDSOME COAT-Madcof heitvy weight Tweed in grey fancy mixtures, back and front finished with wide straps, collar and cuffs oVer-hiid with silk velvet and broadcloth.; ..$|5iOO ANOTHER STYLISH COAT-In liglit^rey Tweeds, with smart overcheck.lined to tln/lwiuit and fiiiiBiicd with stitched straps of selfiforhiing' '"yoke, e.Ktonding down front and back...}|>iSi66 ANOTHER SMART COAT- Of fancy overchockcd Tweetl, finished with stitcheil straps, collar?' lid. double l)r�>iisted stylo. Price,.. ...l . ..vi......$l6j,'50'^": 1 trimmed with silk velvet and braid.......- - - . . , , IjADIES' COAT, of line imported Black lleaver, seven-eighth length and finished with^�Ufih�l^^^^^^^^ stnirpings of self. Has fancy sliaixd collar, overlaid with velvet and braid. Price'.,..$,l|3;li0 to ybur advaiitage to SHOP EARLY, and by so doing you will get beat selection, beet; �'�'�"�'�'��''-�-''�-�-^'fMgiiWj It is to your , , service nud best attention from' onr salespeople. A. Ii ^PHONE 100 Mi's. Dobic of Calgar.y who came to attiond the Stownrt-McClui'e nuptials returned: today.