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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta YOtVM a LfeTBBKIDGE, ALBERrAi #UBS�AY. A^L 11. 1907. K 41 TiMBton ofOMlhy. There are to many reasons why men �honld make thii itore their besd-qiiarten. for thingt to wetr. We'll mention ouly one. Fit-Reform Fine Tailored Suits and Overcoats It*i as good a reason as you want or we can offer. The store it fnll of other good reasons. . At 115 yon can wearas stylist and serviceable Suit or OTerooa;t as any man wants.. Special fabrics, pat. terns and weaver. Look at onr' Bainooato at $10.00, and 17.60, the perfection of tailoring and style. Til df 1? 1 o-Vi f 19^ ^ in JW8X Ivlgni4.,iiored, imports Tw�>d or Worsted . Suits at 18.00 and 20.00. Our ^22, $25 and $28 Tit-Beform Fine Tailored Suits in imported Tweeds and Wor. Bteds, bines and blacks^ are. the talk of the town. For style and fit thqr are nnezeelled. /Htese are the real things and this week is the time for them we'll take care of yon np to the closing hoar Saturday; bniyour choice may be gone then, better come to^Iay. GMpyr VALUES IN CHEAP SUITS At 16.60,18.00, �10.00., $12.00 ; Every garment fiaished to your measure on the premises by an ei|wrienoed tailor. > The 2 Macs ' '^^Onlr ExelxialTe lien'a Outflttera In liatbbcldaa CANADIAN BANK )F COMMERCE �BAD OFnCE. tobohto ' B. t. WAIXn, PntMtat AUK. UaUV^^MWil HUMgw. A. �. IBBUIID. up�iiatMli#of ESTAaUSHBI) IMT Paid-up Capitd, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total AsMtt, - 118,0004>00 Bnttchct thiWhottt Caaato; jaain the Uaitetf SUtet aad BifliBd A GIINBKAL BAIfKINO BUSINESS TRAKSACTED 09MMi(iieuUl ANO rARMKIW MPtK OtSOeUNTCOt Depofitsol SI apd upwards r��siT�d, aiid lotariMl Allowed at avritar rates, .^^n ia aUbiect to no delay whateVar ia luttadlorua�lbaUpartaefthawerld. ^COXXBCTXOKS MADS OK rATORABXX TSRlfS . Dnfti *eM tv�tt>kl� a(,�A polsu lo UaltH 8ut�t, Bsref* lead Ossste 'Jaterest. allawed on AmpmftW* al ewrreat RAILROAD EXTENSION BY C1*. R. fiiviKiil AsylWR for Naclcod. '^^|i''V|M;;.iwt�b(Ml.decided, io' piece RoaaaiMtar Crikaoa Diaetiaaca Loeal WirlK-lltB Noli- ^ ^ fia4 lo Move* ^ l under coimblenttion. Hon. W. H. Qwhiac. MinUtwr o( Public Worlctt. is CITY SECURES INDUSTRIAl SITB (Spveial to IMIVM.) A Weyburn dcepntch to the flegina Standard sayd: "In aildition to the completion of the Stou(hton branch the O.F.B. has let the contract for gradiny one hundred milea west of hero, and work will etari iuunediate-ly.' Sidney Court and Jerry Adams of thie town have signed a aub-con-tract for the first ten mliea and they eanget another ten mites if they wish. This is the first; definite move towards building the Woybum line, which has been surveyed some time. It Witt open a fine country which is already lining down tts old badname for drought, and at the same time it will provide a valuable alt�ma -tivo route for bringing in lumber and coal. Orados are reported excellent throughout, and there are ^good i�a-sons to believe that in a few years a larii'e amount of through irafBc will ({� diverted from the main line over, this route, while all 800 Uae busi-nesB originating south of ilw bouii  dary vill naturally follow, this line of least resistance westward.. It is reported here that_ Sir. Thonuui' Sbaughnessy is determined Ao ptiah this line through so as to forestall Jim Hill's promised invasion which would taice a much slnvilar .routefrom Lethbridgo. Itoadmastor Eriekson was seen 1>y the; Herald on-Tuesday as ha was lookinrf over the new round house. Mr. Eriekson: informed us'that the work was being pushed as rapidly as possible, the contract for sixstalls more was Itit, the machineiy was on the way, the steam shovel used to ballast the yard wns coming at once, and every available man was on the job. It. is expected, that four or six Werics will SCO all completed. On Uonday Mr. Eriekson notified the men . at Maeleod and Medicine liat that they must soon move to Liethbridgu. There will'be thirteen crews ruuniug east and ten west, which menus that one hundred and fifteen men are coming here at once. Asked .cncorning the rumor that the location of the bridge would be Changed to' suit tW-'OHeiwI lioute ewrtr of Lethbridge, the official said there' was nothing in� it. There is only one place for the bridge. Speaking of a chaaoe of a daytrain C. J. Eekalona to Arbitra|�. Mr. varj- .�oTi� eonnection with the -Spokane trkitt.i, #^kl. give Lethbridge a dky , service. Con-nectioui are vm Aoi'^^tltat one ean vary selection of'a site for the ne�- provincial penitflAtiary. CivieComatittae:;-HaaJiitertiaw:'1^ take the No. ft at 1:4^ ajn. and be in Spokane br'Supper. Tha 800-Spokane nyer itttfpS L*thbridffB. Frank, FerniH aUd C.rai�brook only in this dtvtsioli,. btti>lll probably New 8tr�aC Svrvcy. In '.no|i\'�rsation ivith ths Herald ,. -. -----, . ... .lan, C. M. Arnold, City Engineer, top at MactMd iiMbjCplenM recom- Big rhuncMl^ ;^4^ Mt^ niade at BMndattons he would make to the Macieod. Air.iltl;.bditdlh|s at Haney council would be one for a street ville an rttelfiii'Mmoye^.'some of sur\'ey. In many'cases the''old wood them includiiiffi'ilM^loeoiiKHive fore- eh stakes are often feet from the mah> h6uM bsltiV ;aMy�d to Une aithoi oh or off the street. In this city. Th�::Oth�n will be placed the course of. time, if not . revised, at Maclevd'a'Ttew,itip!^wn station. ttteso li^os will become legal. \ . Moreover it will be in^iossible to deSne location of electric and telephone poles until the street lines other day; thaj^';)|� 'Md .iMWn Inform; are exactly outlined. Permanent ed that the (}>P;B;^iaini^ making local-itnprovdmonts such as grading, Letlibridge cin. .-.-:^'v:;^:/r�=^:^;;f^;v'�^-:>-^^f;;S?�^ Mayor Oalbraith and Aldermen perpetual right~ of miUK^m^^l^if, �.r,^^' Bowman, Oliver and Cunningham ou SI to the river fdr yn�m-^taA^,^kl^Jf^'>:ij'; \ Tuesday had an interview vith A.M. without charge. Tba Cooi^ny,.' -^Wli^^xv/^. Nantuu, managing director of the A.'deed the-city the Bttisaatis' groid^'f^/' and the Isolation'hospital'^alts' fi�a.v'~'f>]'r \ \ Sites for industrial puiposir .wlU>bi?>^t;5i7>/^^^ B. & I. Co. concerning tite acquis!-tion of property for industrial sites^ As a result tlicy secured five acres on the river bottom around t.he pumpr house, at $100 an acre, two lot^ in block 53 for 9700 and will have the put on sale by the A.R. A/Co; on' the north side of the track/oad'^wlll be sold only to those who.%�Hlli)u'iM tablished in the city.: Dr. Mcwbura Recovered. � � � �% ' ^^^^^ Dr. F.. H. Moivl>um leaves the hospital in St.>raul to-4lay. He awd i>r. Colvin intend taking a trip to. Washington and BaHimorc. The Doctor expects to return to-Letfajbridge luUy recovered, In . two or three weoks' time. ,: ! Dr. McSurlcy who has been assist-mg Dr. McNally with Dr. Mewburn's practice left last night for Michel, B. C . having 1^ called to>tt�id,^U.'i^f hi-i own praetiee there. Taber The viUage of Tgtbaris ajpMrlacto the Liflulenant-Ooven^r-ot#,-Altwrta,, for incorporation as ,a,toini. ' Ths � increased powers it-will'thas'reeelys, (Will enable this hustliag iHils burg to further its progress'jnora rapidly. An Ottawa dotpetch to the Cair gary Herald aays thai .ttak operators at Taber have applied'to the Minister of Labor for a board of concilia-, tioB and iovieatigatlon and that they have nominated C.~ J. E>;kstorm ^of this city as their repreaentaiive. Mr. Ecketurm when shown the despatch tbhl the HioniM that it was news to him, but if it were true he would what he couM to give each side a square deal. Salariea of Albarta Judgaa.; Hon. A. Aylosworth, Minister of Justice has : given notice of a reso-lutiOB in the House of Commons pro-; Iding for the. salaries of the Jud^' in Alberta. In the Supreme Court, the Chief Juatloe will receive 97,000 and puisne JudgM 96,000 per annum. There will fca flv� district Judges receiving 93.a00 each for three years and 98,000 per annum thereafter.., N preunting the "Dorb^ J thy Dodd" Shoe to our M cuttomerSr we do so with ^l'the conviction that it is the best M^yaloe at $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and f^^$^ftXi of any woman's shoe on the. ^ market today. It is striking hi tIessiniitJiiidjRf mo(|erMcSf ti 'mm Aivia Ripley Hoaorad. At the dose of tba day's work yesterday,' the employees' of the Bentley Company assembled in the manager's office. Mr. Harford on behalf of the stall then presented Mr. Alvin Ripley, the retiring bookkeeper; with a' very fine solid gold chain and locket and a solid gold pencil, accompany -Ing tba gift vith a beafty and fel c-itous speech expressing appreciation of the worit of the^vcipient. Mr. Ripley' accepted the gift in a happy stFain,oxpressing his good: wii) toward the firm and tbesUff. V Mr. Ilipley is entering into part-aership wltb NT. MacLeod, the Arm to'be known as K. T. MacLeod A Co. Aao^r iadnatiy for aty. J.-itt. WiUiama of Pembroke, Oit. WMtmn^iul^.^^ ^t Manufae turing Co.: of Pembroke, dnt., has bsea; in ths city several days in the intaiMU:. of biS: company. He and the ~manHi(er.4'of the Company, Mr. iMmAy^hi^ ..the ' western .priivinjces and are likely to ibcwt^;: haadquartera for their wosiern branch, - in Lethbridge. A ivarohouse fwlll bo built, and probably in the [Bearifutuipe a plant for the manufao-tur� of? their cream asparatore, steal Ir^angii^ and similar llnss.will bs' ss-Ubllsbid, appealtoever/woR^; Anoikerstrahg^ point la the exceptional range of styles, ^for not only is tlie proper style afforded for each and every; occasion* hut each style Is divided andsub^vided by vari� ations of design snd material lintil thr ppssibilitie8.^for choice are pratticalfy limitless. The new Spring styles ^e#: sent all the ktMt innovations/ with all the little detailsof finish and workman* ship carried to a degree of perfection that makes their rewmblance to the high priced custom products mora marked than ever* $2.50 $3.50 $3.00 $4.00 Opening Announcement most cordial invitati to favor with your presence our initial exhibit and sale of the '^Dorothy Dod^ for which we been appointed stole representatives for Lethbridge and Southern Alberta SOUTHARD msm m. SMARX-STYL-EIS IN SPRINQ COSTUMES The mogt excluilve rtylet of the ieiion atc represented in our exhibit of new Spring CVwtttnies. Originality is>�llilli�it�ted in-every one of bar modelt,Bnd the effect is truly magnificent. Now for the choice selection : ; 96--The Oifawm Model. Eton coat with operate belt, lined with ailk. trimmed. with Bilk collar and cuffs, with fancy braid vesting, made in fancy tweeds or. fine serge, ip navy, black, brown. t20.00 33r-"Johnny Jones" walking suit, the fashionablewalking suit this season, coat ilk lined, collar and cuffs of moirs.made in tweeds, in checks and stripes. 122.00 44~New. Pony Walking Suit, trimmed with eieam moire on coUar and cuffs and pocket uicelybraided with soutache.made tn large assortment of fancy check twe. eds or any phiin doth desired. $25.00 so-Smart Tailored Design, with the Gibson jpleat on shoulder, Eton coat, ilk lined, fancy vesting, separate fitted belt. Skirt is a new pleated design, made in a large variety of fancy cloths, ordain odors if desired. Price 980.00 57-Our Tailor-made Special, Eton jacket, 9 gore pleated skirt, coat French sateen lined, with separate fitted belt, -collar of cream silk a'ad fancy braid, made in fancy check worsteds, or plain colors if desired..........Price $15.00 59-flandsome Embroidered Suit, Eton coat, silk lined, fancy vesting, separate belt, made in fine French serge, colors navy, green, brown or black.... .$26.00 65-Paauin Cutaway, handsome tailored, silk lined, coat long, skirt is on�. of the newest in pleated designs, made-in fine cashmere cloths, in fancy checks or stripes, also in cream serge.. $34iX) 68-Latest Fifth Avenue Design-for dress weor, black silk Eton .Coat, with embroidered panels, separate belt^ silk lined, newest in pleated skirts, good 'quality taffeta silk..... . Price $40.00 K. SOUTHARD PHONE too. LETHBRIDOC. ALTA. ..........M...., ;