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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME *i LfcTllBKIDGE. ALBERTA. THURSDAY, APRIL 4. 1907. TiM StOM of Qmlity. SAtltfMliM ' '1; The Hat for all men Stetson Gives the "wide-awake" touch to the young man. Satisfies ihe 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. Evary SuUon Cew* tli* Stctten Nmm We carry t!.f Si^mh i.i til ttylei-Sod en.i Dcrtiy. Th� John B. Sttlton S�lf CoAfbrmiAg Stiff Hftt The moat durable and comfort itting stiff bat on thv mar* ket. Price...........................................|B.OO The Finishing Touch Many an otherwise well dressed man foiveta to consider the vast importence of a smart and stylish hat. The hat is perhaps the most noticed article yon have on, because it snnaounta the smile with which you greet your friends. The Pitt Hat is made in a variety of distinctly sbapesi one of these will prove the proper one for your particular abape of face. PriMt 1.^0. S.0O^ t.2S. 1.S0 The 2 Macs Only Excluitve Men's Outtitters In Letbteidge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE �KAO OPrtCE. TORONTO ESTABLisHCD ISS7 B. X. WALUOt, PrMidtnt AUZ. IJUKD. Oflowal Muagtr A. B. naLAnO, 8aptriBt�s�mt of BraacJiM Paid-up CapiUl, $10,000,000 Rett, - 5,000,000 Total Atsets, - 113,0004)00 BANK MONEY ORDERS IMUn AT TMI FOU.0WINO MATH I fSaadundtr............... ....... 3 erala Ov�r $S and not cscnding SlS....S cmm " �! �30....... lOcMHt �7 ^ ^ " $30 " � $50...... iSctaia TImm Ontera an payable at imt at any office in CanaUa ol a Chartcrad Banli (Yukon aHMpled), and at the princi|ial bankinir peinbt in the^Unitcd States. Thajr ara negotiable at $4.90 to the � steriing in Great Britain and Ireland. Tbsjr fam an eseallent method of remitUnK nnaU mim of'inoRejr witii -and at muOl coat, and may be obtained wtthom del^ at any office of tlie BRANCHBt W ALINRTAJ CALCAR)' LEAVINGS NANTON STAVBLY CLAKKSIIOLM LETIIBRIOOX nVCHBR CRBBK BTKATHCONA EDMONTON MACLEOD MNOKA VBOUVIU.B illOK RIViCK MEDICINE HAT WW OIBB VBRMIUeN INNtSFAIL WITABWWIM LETHBRIDQE BRANCH C O. K. NOURSB.  -  IfAMAOBB Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 CspltsI aN paM ...................II4.III.MI iMsrva^Psal...................... IMIMM Balaacs Profit uA Lsos.............. Ml,lll Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT:-aisHT Boir. Loan naAraooNA Aao.iioaiiT �erAL.;e. e. m. t. VZCE-PHESISENT: �OH. nn eaoaea a. oaaiutoBB, � e. s. a. . oLousTos. ewwaa mavaoi Brancnes and Agenoias at aU tl pHadpal points ta Casate Also iu London, Enfflat d, Kew York, Chleaf*, Spokane and t'ewfoundland TravsUora' Clroular Letteraot Ctedtt and Comaaariial Ctedlta issued for use in all parte of the world. COZXECTIONS MADE OK PAVORAaXJB TBR1C8 Drift* eold tvalUbU �t all polau la Ualiad BttiM, Baraps laai Oaaada Jnlereai allowed on depealt* at ourroat rates Lethbridtfo Branch - \^ tECVE TABER LOCK-OUT DECLARED OFF OoYBrancnt Interferes, Bud MaaBger Dixon Takes the Men Baek. (Sljccial to the Herald.) Taber, April 4.-A tempomrj' rangeiimnt was entered into last [arbitratitm as virovidcil fur in the I labor, disputes investigation act. On-Ij- a fftw of tlie miners are I ij u ii:n ui Lnu luiliuis ultk Working ev- j today, owing; to shortage of cars, ening Iwtwocn manager Dlxoti ond ; � � John OaUln, Vice-President of the ! Anotliei dispatch to the Herald U. M. W. of A. for WW settlement of "'"^ "ovcrnment wired each party that the party in the wrong 1 would lj� fined Sl.OOU a day and Coke Compan.v's mir�o. Uoflnr j ,,til work was resumed for violating this arraiigement: Lhc company con - the act. Manager Dixon promptly cede* the eight iiowr working doy for culled the lockout o(T. The troul)lo is a period of, thirty days so as to en- \ on because Manager Dixon refused on hour able both the company and emploj-es to refer the mutter to a lioard of April 1st to grant the eight day UN promised last fall. Jtttfgea for Sotithem Alberia The Federal government is being aaked by the Province of Alberta to provide salaries for and appoint one Suprcnu: Court Judge and five dis -irict judges in )>ursuance of the legislation of the Province of Alberta establishing the Supreme Court and district courts. 'I'iic name of X. D. Heck, K.C., of Edmonton is mentioned in connect -ion with the Supremo Court Judge -ship and W. lioland Winter, fiegistrar Calgary; and C. R. Mitchell, Crown Prosecutor at Medicine Hat are mentioned as likely to go on the bench Alberta. Under the B. N. A. Act. the establishment of courts lies with as District Court Judges in South the Province and the appointing and providing salaries (br judges lies with the Federal government. Big Increase in Duties Will Operate in Alberta Swift & Co. the Chicago packers are contemplating registering in the Province of Aitorta as a Canadian The customs returns for the Leth-bridgo Customs Oflflcc for the month of March show that 81,'5,878.2a was collected in duties as against $7,-100.73) for the same month last year. The increase thus is over one hun -dred per t�nt with no special reason except the general increase of im portations through this poit. According to the changes made in the customs regulations recently, the fiscal year ends March 31, of each year. The' annual returns show a great increuiie over those of last year. For the nine months ending March, 1�07, the total amount of duties collected was 81.55,269.93. The total for the twelve months ending June 30, 1906, was �185,.57i.52 showing an increase of 920,000 with thnnr months yet to count. Government Phones Built. (Stiecial to Herald.) Edmonton, Alto., April 4.- The governnicnt has � crew at work erec- busincss llrm for the purpose of buy- ^ tjng ^ telephone line from Coleman ing and selling stock and products in oast to M.icicod. loiter the line will this province. Their doing so may be extended east to Lethbridgc, Tab-possibly lead to tiietr establishing u or .-iiid Medicine Hat. Other we plant in Western Canada, but as yet to be started throughout the prov-nothiog deflnilc is arrangvd. The jnco imn>ediatcly. One from Sdmon-iJrm will operate extensively in the ^ ton to Lloydminstcr, from Weftaski-provlnce. Conylicare and Jones arc win to Dnysland and from LAcombe their legal agents for Alborta. WalK-Over (i For Men Who Care to Dress Well. Never before baa the Shoemaker's art reached such perfeLtioa ah it has this year. Biirbt in the 1 front rank you will find "WALKOVfiR" SHOES with all that ifi new and good in Style, Leetbsr; 1 and Workmanabip. THEIR NEW LASTS ARE SIMPLY PERFECT, and our aaaortmebt of '' them in Patent Leather, Box Calf, Velonr Calf^ Vici Calf, Vici Kid, Kangaroo, etc., will sstooiik' J you , THIS STYLE In PATENT LEATHER... ?4.00 KANGAROO........... 6.00 VICI CALF............ 5.00 BROWN VICI KID .... 5.50 "Walk-Over" Shoes Will keep your feet contented and well dressed, THIS STYLE in BOX CALF..........14.00 VELOUR CALF......6.00 TAN RUSSIA CALF. 6.00 PATENT VICI KID.. 6.00 Boring for Gas has Really Started At precisely 7.45 o'clock this mom ing, (Thursday), April 4th, 1007, Ooo. I'eat, the engineer in charge, entered tlie drill into the earth in ecnri'h of tite natural gas that is going to help make Lethbridgc the leading manufacturing city of Alberta. to-Stettler."' Fatal Explosion at Colclnan A torribie exi>iusion took place yesterday at the mines of the Internal  ional Coal and Coke Co. of Colcnmn B.C. Three men, Hy. Orcwcutt, H. Orewcutt and C. Hutton were in -stantly kiilccl. W. Nelson. W. Clark, J. Hoggan, J. Hluir, Ccott and Horn nicrick were seriously injured and hul-nt. The cause of the explosion is unknown. Wholesale Hovse Building A .syndicate of local men hos been formed to erect a string of houses on the north side of the track, the build ing sites secured (icing in the now A. U. & I. subdivision? It is the intention of the nyntliontc to provide resitlenrr.s for the railway cmploj-el who are cxpootcci here this summer. E. ,.V. Cunninghuni is associated with the .syndicate. The building opera -tions will bo pushed along rnp.dly. Lethbridge is Growing That Lethbridgc is going ahead by leaps and bounds is patent to everyone. Money is in circulation, business is on a sound footing, people are coming and the gi-eetest.building season in the history of tlic city is just opening up. Here iiiv u few-facts. Last Saturday the post, ofllco issued no less than 58 money orders for a tout of 93,475 besides postalnotcs for %~& and stamps amounting to 950. The customs receipts for March were more than double those of last March. The Bell Tolophuno Co. took contracts for thirty-three new phones during the month. The freight traffic for the past month -has been the greatest in the history of the C.P.R. in Lmthbridgo. The .V.U. & i; also had very heavy traffic. In the banks these days are to be Mcn three men (or every one seen there a year ago. The bankers tell UH that without exception the busi- ,'an important point. The School Oiaestion The question of school ncconuno -dation was the,big subject at the school board meoting on Friday night. Trustee Freeman submitted plans for the remodelling of the present building. The plan scenting feasible, the matter was referred to F. n. lloltson, architect, to estimate the rclntivo cost of building a now school upon plans spoken of and remodelling tito old building. The economy of school ground is also Other Shapes, Other Styles in Great Variety Broad Shoes for Heavy Men Light Natty Shoes for Little Fellows Good Shoes for Everybody DISTINGTITB STYLES IN HEN'S SUMMER SUITS The man that is Ibokihg for soniethiug smart in Summer Suite 'c�a-not aftbrd te miBS yhat wd 'haye to - show him- The Nobby New American Styles in j| Summer Suits neae huusos of the city are in a better financial position than thoy wore a year ago. A prominent building authority in-formed the Herald that during April \ The principal.s report showed i�.���n flftv and sixty buildines not cnroJlmcnt of 401 with an av( between fifty and sixty buildings , counting those under construction ,�tt�-'n Veiy nobby.ifPrices........ .....$2.00.2.50 and 8.00 FANCY AND FULL DRESS VESTS thaw; era made of the finest imported materials-the new novelty msV erials for spring and summer among them. Many;! novelty effects of an exclusive character. Pricea 2.608,00;: A. SOUTHARD LETHBRIDCE. 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