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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 2 LLTHBKIDGE, ALBERTA. TIIUHSDAY, APRIL 4, 1907. The Stort of Quality. Satitfaetloa Gaaranteed TABER LOCKOUT DECLARED OFF | Government Interferes, and Manager Dixon Takes the Men Back. V The Hat for all men Stetson Gives the "wide-awake" touch to the young man. Satisfies the experience of the man in his prime. Matches the dignity of maturity. Wherever the man, whatever his age, the Stetson fills the bill. That is our experience. Every Station Bear* tha Sutton Nam* We catry t'..t Si.-iton i.� til K_vle�-Soft en.t Derby. The John B. Stetson Self Conforming Stiff Hat The most durable and comfort fitting stiff hat on the market. Price...........................................JG.0U The Finishing Touch Many an otherwiso well dressed man forgets to consider the vast importance of a smart and stylish hat. The hat is perhaps the most noticed article you have on, because it surmounts the smile with which you greet your frieuds. The Pitt Hat is made in a variety of distinctly shapes, one of these will prove the proper one for your particular shape of face. Prices 1.50. S.00. 2.29.1.90 The 2 Macs Only Exclusive lien's Outfitters In Lattobrldcje (Special Lo the Herald.) Tabor, April 4.-A temporary Arrangement was entered into last evening- between manager Dixon nml John Galvln, Vlee-Prcsldent of tho L". M. W. of A. fur the settlement of the strike ut the (.'anuria West Coul and Coke Company's mine. Under this arrangement the company eon -ceded Ihe eight hour working riny for a period of thirty days no ns to enable both the company and employen to refer the nutttor to a board of farbitration as |irovided for in the ; labor, disputes Investigation act. On-jly a few of tho minora are working today, owing to shortage of cars. i "Walh-over Another dispatch to the Herald 'Bays that the (lovornment wired each party that tho parly in the wrong | would Iju fined 81,000 a day i until work was resumed for violating the act.. Munager Dixon promptly culled tho lockout off. The trouble is 'on because Manager Dixon refused on April 1st to grant tho eight hour day as promised Inst fall. I Judge* for Southern Alberto The Federal government is being asked by tho Province of Alberta to provide salaries for and appoint one Supreme Court Judge and five dis -trlct judges In pursuance of the legislation of the Province of Alberta establishing tho Supreme Court and district courts. The name of X. 1>. Deck, K.C., of Edmonton is mentioned In connect  ion with tho Supreme Court Judge -ship and W. Itolund Winter, Registrar Calgary; and V. H. Mitchell, Crown Prosecutor at Medicine Hat are mentioned as likely to go on the bench Alberta. I'nder the n. N. A. Act, the establishment of courts lies with as District Court Judges in South the Province and the appointing and providing salaries for Judges lies with the Federal government. Big Incrense in Duties The customs returns for the tjoth-brldgo Customs Office for the month of March show that 815,878.12 was collected in duties ns against 87,-100.7!! for the same month last year. The Increase thus Is over one hun -died per cent with no special reason except tho general increaso of im  portntlons through this port. According to the chnngwi made in the customs regulations recently, tho fiscal yeur ends March 31, of each year. Tho annual returns show a great increase over those of last year. For the nine months ending March, 1007, the total amount of duties collected was 8155,200.03. Tho total for the twelve months ending Juno 30, 1006, was 8135.571.52 showing nn Increase of 820,00O with three months yet to count. Will Operate in Alberto Swift & Co. the Chicago packers arc contemplating registering In the Province of Alberta as a Canadian business firm for the purpose of buying and selling stock and products in this province. Their doing so may possibly lead to their establishing u plant in Western Canada, but as yet nothing definite is arranged. The firm will opcrule extensively in the province. Conybcarc and Jones are their legal agents for Alberta. -^-*- Boring for Gaa has Really Started Government Phones Built. (Special to Ilarald.) ICdmoiiton, Alto., April I.- Tho government has u crew at work erec ling a telephone line from Coleman east lo Maclood. letter the line will to extended east to Ix'thbriilge, Tab er and Medicine Hat. Other lines are to be started throughout the province immediately. Ono from Edmonton lo Lloydminster. from Wotaskl win to linysland and from l^acombe to "Siottler."' "**,v* THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE MUD OFFICE, TORONTO establish!** ISS7 B. B. WALKER, Prosident ALU. LAIBD, Ganaral tUsaf.tr A. �. IRELAND, Saperiataoatnt of Braacksa Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 BANK MONEY ORDERS isautD AT TMI rOU-OWIHO *ATf  I SS and undtr....................... 3 casta Ovar $3 and not escasding $10...... Scania 1 " SIQ 830...... 10 casta �7 M SJ0 " �50...... 13 cants TtMaa Ordars arc payable at rar at any office in tlanaUn of a Chartered Bank (Yukon aacepted), and at the principal banking point* In the .United Mates. They are negotiable at $4.90 U> the � sterling in Great Britain and Ireland. They form an eicellent mathod of remitting small sums of metiajr with aaftty aad at small cost, and may ba obtained without delay at any office of the Bank > At precisely 7.45 o'clock this morn lug, (Thursday). April 4th, 1007. Geo. I'eat, the engineer in charge, entered the drill into the earth in search of the natural gas that is going to help make Lethbridge. the leading manufacturing city of Alberta. 0-- " For Men Who Care to Dress Well." Never before baa the Shoemaker's art reached such perfection �b it has this year. Right in tha:., front rank you will find "WALK-OVER" SHOES with all that is new and good in Style, Leather, f. �nd Workmanship. THEIR NEW LASTS ARE SIMPLY PERFECT, and our assortment of 1 them in Patent Leather, Box Calf, Velour Cnlf, Vici Calf, Vici Kid, Kangaroo, etc., will astonish ~f Jon  , THIS STYLE in PATENT LEATHER... $4.00 KANGAROO........... 5.00 VICI CALF............ 5.00 BROWN VICI KID .... 5.50 "Walk-Over" Shoes Will keep your feet con tented and well dressed THIS STYLE fe BOX CALF..........$4.00 VELOUR CALF...... 5.00 TAN RUSSIA CALF. 5.00 PATENT VICI KID.. 6.00 CALfiARY CLAKKSIIOLM EDMONTON Hir.ll KIVKK IMMSFAIL BRANCHBt IM ALBMtTA LEAVINGS HAWTON BTAVBLY LETIIHKIOCB ftWCHBR CRIIK STRATHCONA MACLEOD BONOKA VEOltVILLt MEDICINE HAT 9W DBER VIBJUUOM WITABftlWIN Fatal Explosion at Coleman A terrilile explosion took place yes terday at the mines of the Intcrnat -ionnl Coal and Coke Co. of Coleman II.C. Three men, Ify. (Srewcutt. II. liteucult and (*. 11 ut ton were in -Rtantly killed. W. Nelson. W. Clark. I. Jloggnn. .1. Illnli', Kcotl and Horn luerick were seriously injured and burnt. The cause f the explosion is unknou 11. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSB. -  MAMAOta Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital sM ssM sp...................II4JM.HI RtMrvts! F��c...................... IMUMM Bslsscs Profll ass Lsu.............. a*MW Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: - BIQHT HOK. LORD STH4THOOSA abo mount sotal, s. s. U- VICE-PRESIDENT: �on. am asoaos a. dbommono, k e. m. s, �, i. CLOuaTO*. aivavaa ftUaaaaa Brancnes and Agencies at all tl  prlnoipal point* la CaaaAa Also iu London, Englai - ALltKlt.MAX C. 11. BOWMAN. Wholesale Hovse Building A syndicate of local men has been formed to erect a string of houses on the north side of the track, the build ing sites secured being in tho new A. II. & I. subdivthluirt It is the Intention of the syndicate to provide residences for the railway employe's who are expected here this summer. K. ,A. Cunningham is associated with the syndicate. The building opera -lions will lie pushed nlong rnp.dl.v. The School Question The question of school accommodation was tho,big subject at the school board meeting on Friday night. Trustee Freeman submitted plans for tho remodelling of tho present bu 1 ling. Tho plnn seeming feasible, tho matter was referred to V. 11. ltolfson, architect, to estimato the relntico cost of building a now school upon plans spoken of and re-j modelling tho old building. Tho oconomy of school ground Is also 'an important point. The formation of a kindergarten department was postponod until af lor midsummer as no suitable, room is available. I The principal's report showod an 'enrollment of -101 with an avernge attendance of H.*>(> as ngolnst 360 '(and .112 for the same month Inst year. Other Shapes. Other Styles in Great Variety Broad Shoes for Heavy Men Light Natty Shoes for Little Fellows Good Shoes for Everybody STYLES IN MEN'S SUMMER SUITS 'hie man that is looking for something smart iu Summer Suits cannot afford le miss vhat wd have to show him- The Nobby New American Styles in Summer Suits They're Swell! No doubt about that! Tho handsome Greys in Checks, anil Overplaids in Worsteds & Tweeds are the smartest materials shown fur years. Then, loo, the Suits have an air of distinctive dressiness. Men's Two-Piece Suits Men's Semi-Ready Suits Coat and Pants only. Single anil ', Maths from Pure Wool Homespuns, liouble-brcnsled Stylo, iu Grey and j in (Irejs, Fawns, Plaids and Over-Hroa-n Mixtures, All-wool Tweeds, j plaids, Special for Saturday. $ 5.9G Finished to your measure, $16.00 i Men's Three-Piece Suits Men's Semi-Ready Suits Double or Single-breasted, made of In Fancy Scotch Tweeds, English all wool Scotch Tweeds, in Browns, ; Worsteds, in Medium and Dark (Ireys, and Greens, j Greys and Itrowns, , Special for Saturday, r>8.75 Finished to your measure, 18.00 Men's Norfolk Suits Men's Semi-Ready Suits With or without Yoke, and made of All-wool Scutch and Knglish Tweeds, Greys, Hrowus, and Fawns. Sizes M-U, Spuria! for Saturday, # 15.00 Double or Single-breastod. Mudo from fine English Worsteds, Chocks, Piuids, and Plains, Finished to your measure, 20,00 SOLE AGENT FOR SEMI-READY TAILORING In the solemn presence of four nito I payers, returning officer, J. II. Fleet- 1 wood, declorod C. 11. Howmnn, noin -inatod by M. Freeman seconded by W, 8. Galbmith, being" unopposed, to bo tho duly oloctod alderman of tho City of Lethbridge. in tho place of ex-Aid. G. W. Hobinson, now secretary-treasurer of the city. At tho close of tho nomination .las. Ash -croft declared that ho hud come pre- j pared to oppose, anyone who should come out against Mr. llow-mon and won the hearty applauso of the assembly by an eloquent tribute to tho worts of tba new alderman. M. McXentie Appointed F'dmonton, Alborta, April !.-It is said that Malcolm MacKonzio M.l'l*. Mucl^ond has been appointed counsel for the government in the beof combine inquiry. Made-to-Last Men's Suspenders, carrying the Maker's Guarantee Always n good demand for a good reliable brace, gnd a Cnnadian manufacturer recognized tho fact Thought he could make some just ns good as tho imported makes-perhaps, might better them. Tried and succeeded so well that ho backs up each pair vith a guarantee. THE CHKSTKK Sr.SPKNDHIlS are made of strong elastic web-plenty of "stretch" to thonv-with tough elastic ends and drop faslonings. Every part strownly sewn and well finished. Mudo in pretty striped patterns, wl'Ch bron/ed buckles Trice ................................. 60c. The New Fancy Vests For Spring There's nn aristocratic "swagger" about th� new fancy vests for spring that's distinctive, to say the very least. New style features galore. See that double breasted lapel collar on a single breasted vest- the height of novelty uud the deep notches cut away from the last button. But it is the materials that will catch and hold the dressy chap's eye. A variety of silk and wool materials in novelty weaves such us you'll only see in the Intost novelties from New York. Better see them be-fore they get picked over. VEST OF FINE Dl'CK AND DRILL cut in uew spring single breasted slyle. A large assortment of patterns, including checks, stripes and small figures, All sizes. Price.............................$1.50 FANCY WASH VESTS New American wash mater-ials. Five buttoned in single breasted style. Very nobby.tttPrioes..............$2.00.2.50 and 3.00 FANCY AND FULL DRESS VESTS thsse are made of the finest imported materials-the new novelty mat* erials for spring and summer among them. Many novelty elFeots of an exclusive character. Prices 2.508.00 High llivor'f) assessment this your is SR20.000. A mail carrier servlco is to be inaugurated in Kdmonton in a short time. Officials are thoro now arranging tho particulars. Wm. Whyte of tno C.P.R. saya that his road la bound to enter EM-nionton in a abort tlwa. A. SOUTHARD PHONE 100 LETHBRIDGE, ALT A ;