Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
1M1LY lUifcAU) they are really proclaims! as will be made on the pw.-up testa 3DKKN conditions encourage men who pot styles iu foot- wear to exercise tlieir fancy more freely than ever be- fore. For this reason, jjer- :hnps, above all others, new and im- ijiroved styles in footwear' for meii are ia spring 1011 lines. There seems to be a greater demand- for va- irlcty of style tiian ever There 'will be patent shoes for dress wear, c-air or glfiml kid shoes for spring :anrt autumn wear, and Russia calf, or 'tnn Idd shoes for summer wear. Then flliere will he cloth phoes, the sale of jv.'hirh is steadily increasing to men Ims well as to women, though these are only recommended to men who have small foot, as the cloth shoes have a tendency appearance to exaggerate the size of the feet. Pumps for street wear are going to be exceedingly popular with men this season. For curly spring the call seems to be for tan leather hutton shoes; in fact, the button shoe in all styles seems to have the "preference over the laced effects for this season. The lotv cut button shoes, like the pumps, be decora ted with buttons, slides and and some extremists will even adopt brilliants, but men of careful, reserved taste will undoubtedly tnboo these fuudful ornamentations, though able. The hiyh toe in fash- ion and the drop toe is offered by way of variety, aud as a coHcofSlon to the condition feet re- fjuire different shaped shoes, particu- larly toes. There will be more flexibility in the shoes than ever before, as the effort to make shoes as comfortable as possible has resulted in the development of lasts that iwnr.it of flexibility. This will improve shoes iu appearance as well as durability, fit and comfort It will permit the use of finer shapes and superior workmanship. The one, two and three eyelet laced and the buttoned oxfords with high arc-lies, heels and high modified tOO-5. The strong tendency for the pump shapes Influence's the hc-eJs to broader and lower and also toward plain toes and straight tips. Tans will be very popular in. aii s tides, the darker tones having 'the preference. Dull leathers will also find high favor and promise unusual popularity. Many fashionable men in the larger are wearing combinations of doth topping with leather vamps, the toppings in many cases being patterned with checks and modest plaids. of Spring 'and Suits and Overcoats for men is, far sup- erior to anything ever shown be- fore in Lethbridge. Here you will find exclusive fabrics made up in distinctive styles, just the garment you are looking for, and at a price within the reach of all. Everything from a suit for a working-man to the finest Dress Suit for evening wear Buchan's Furnishings are the very fin- est. He has established an enviable reputation for the classy stock he car- ries. From this department you can be supplied with the very niftiest of goods, and always feel assured that you are dressed rtght up to the minute when you buy your furnishings from Buchan. If you are not satisfied with the Shoes you have been wearing, try a pair of "SLATER SHOES" I have the Sole Agency for these reliable shoes and have the largest stock in the city for you to select from. They are built for comfort, wear and style, and. are shown in all the new lasts. For good values in everything for men, try The Men's Man Next to Eureka Theatre Fifth St. ison's Bay Co, Spring Opening in the Shoe Department In this, as in all other departments, we are shoe- ing a complete range of the newest and latest styles in Footwear. In our efforts to be up-to-date we have made a useful observation of all the lead- ing manufacturers' products, both in the Canadian and American markets. The result is that our shoe stock is perfect in every detail. We carry only the'best known and highly reputed makers' creations, including, The'Edwin C. Burt3 'Sil- Kid' 'Getty Scott' 'McPherson' 'Fitwell Brand' and many others equally as good. The newest for ladles this season the pi.ln pump without straps. Tans will fae very much worn, both In the pump, Oxford ties, button and two hole ties. Wc are .hawing a beautiful selec- tion of the above styles. or hn <-e splcndid awortment of Oxford, jn ton or black made m the newest models. Our "Wheat" I. riaht up-to-date, fits well and for appearance Is unequalled. We Ire afeo specializing on working shoe. for.-men. The "Amherst" needs little or no boosting. It is toe well known brand and Is thoroughly reliable: The "Ames-Holden" sho, 1. another cracker jack and ranks as one of the best values In men's working shoes. For girls and boys. we were never better prepared. havr .made a special study of the requirements of this department and arc now fully prepared to fit your children with.perfect fitting stylish shoes, at a reasonable cost. 3 See Our Window and Display Counter Vi MAI or 'SBAY COMPANY New Hats for Men and Boys Boys ami will find the very latest shapes and colors here in Spring Hats. They are gen- nine fur felts, finished -n-ith high grade trim- mings and Russia leather sweat hands, smart' Works in ToJnscope, Alpine and Fedoras. Ws have styles, shapes-find colors for every man and boy in town. Prices j 5Q Gentlemen of Who have a desire to he well shod this summer will do well to wear the "20th Century Shoes" which are to he found only at the Crosby Shoe Store "C 'lossy Shoes at a Moderate Price"