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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBEBTA. TllUBSDAY, APKIL:18. 1907 KVMBSft 24 TIm StcM� ofQMlity. S�ti�fftetioA NOT YET BUT SOON 0 Yon will be looking for Spring and Summer under-wear, we have juat opened ont the most complete ranfico of light weight underwear ever shown in Lethbridge and we are. ready to sapply you with any aize or wvight you may desird. FOR THE MAN WHO WANTS PURE WOOL I'HE WoiiSEY-Natural wool underwear made up in all diff-erent weights for spring and summer wear. Every garment. guaranteed unshrinkable. Price 4.00,- 5.0O and 6.00 per suit. NOVI SPUN SILK-Guaranteed pure silk the most durable and comfort fitting underwear on the market. Price 10.00 per suit. SAiflTARY UNdfeRWEAR-Every mrment guaranteed to be manufactured of pure wool. "Unshrinkable", all sizea. Price 3.00 per suit. STANFIELD'S-Fine elastid ribbed underwear in all weights and sizes. Prices 2.50, 3.00 and 4.00 a suit. PENMANS-Natural wool sunimer weights, sizes 34 to t6 Prices 2.00 a suit. . COTTON UNDERWEAR PENMANS-Bulbriggan underwear all sizes. Price 1.00 suit. FRENCH BALBRIGGAN-These garments are the highest grade balbriggan you can buy made io white and flesh colors, all sizes. Price 1.50 a suit. STANPIELDS-Colton 2.50 a suit. ribbed underwear. Prices 1.75 to The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Uen'a Outfitters Inlittttitaidga COAL MINING SITUATiO|i�T SBHOi Miiicra wt% Lcavinf Work--Oov�riweiki will Tske DrMtie McAture�--Pctcr Patteraon laienrtewtd. (Special to Herald.) Itegind, April 17th.-A strung inf prcssion prevails in n-ell-infonned circles licro that the Federal GoveJ'n-inunt is prepared to takfl the tniost druHtic steps to avert the disastrous elTects of a general coal strike. Ot-ficials ctoficly in touch With the situ-atiortciaiin that President Sherman, by encouraging the men to resist the application of the new ConclMation Act, has placed himself liable to arrest and �rimliinJ prosecution, trhlch I the Federul Oovornment is prepared to undertake, should the nrincrs refuse to arbitrate. At the first sign of riots, militia in overwhelming force wJil bo distributed in the dia-turlied districts, and the government conscious in the solid weight of public opinion Iwhind it vill not permit' the railwuys to be tied up for lack of coal. The urgency of getting last year's crops moved as soon as possible will be sufficient grounds for the mcst arbitrary mo\'e on the part of the Ottawa authorities. be to COMMERCE UEAt> OFFICE, TORONTO rSTABLISUED ia�T B. �. WALKER, President ALEX. tAlRD, General Manager . A. H. IRELAND, Su?*tlntende!it of BrsBChc* Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Bmclies Ihroughom Canada, and in the United Stat� and Enjlaad 85 ]^a:nking by mail Btiiliiesil may be traiisaoted by inatt ^tb aay braarf* of th� BmOe. AwNMiats iiiay bc opened and depoMW er.withdrawa by laalL Bvwy attwitien la paid * cutNOif-iown aocauata. CALOARV CLAKESIIOLM iOMO.NTON llir.M KIVEli INMSKAIL BRANCifBS IN ALBXHTA LEAVINGS MANTON STAVILY LETHBRIOGB nUCHBR CRBBK STRATHCONA MACLEOD rONaXA VBOjRBVILLB MEDICINE HAT t�n OBBJt VBRMILION WETASHIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K.'N0UI?S;E. MAHAOBB ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paM ap...... Rifcrvei Piad......... Balaace Profit aa4 Lou. .I14.IM.IM . Ml.ilf Hedd Office, Montreal ' PREBIDENT: RMHT BQM. LOBD STBATHCOaA AIIO KOUaT aOTAL, . 0. M. . vicE-pREeiBiarr: -A . HOM. ata aaoaaa ^ oaoiiMawii, K. �. v.�. a 1. oLoosToa, oivarM m^^Mw Branoia�B and Agenales at all .Hi  principal peinu tn Caaatfa A-lao iu 1^00(100, �inglat d, Kaw York, Cbloaff*. Spokana and l^cwfoundlaad Trav*U�ra' Circular Lettersal Cradlt and Commaroial Cradlto iaaued tor u�a, in all parts of the world. COI.LECTIONS MAPE ON rAVORABI.E TERMS DraftOotd tvatUbK at all polnta In Unltad Stataa, Earepa (aaa Caoada Intaraat ailowad en clapaalta at eurrant r�t�a LetkbridBe Branch - S.^'^^ Ottawa, April 17.-M. S. McCarthy of Calgary, in tho house to-day caH-ed tho attention of tho -Oovernmont to tho serious situation in western Canada owing to tiws threatened strike at t'ernie. He read a tel*^ gram from Mr. Uichardson, secretary of the Calgary board of trade Bt�t> ing that fi-eight trafflc had ceased entirely, and Hid passenger traffic will stop in a few days. The output of coal has practically ceas��l. Hon. R. Lemicux, Minister of Labor, replied that he had alfio received a similar telegram. It looked as thonjdl there was a little disagreement between the operators and tho minera in one mine. The miners had ap -pointed a represcntatix^e to tho in vesligatioa board. The cause of th* difViculty wus that the operators had suggested at ftrst. (or their yrepresentative a man who was priicticalljr interested in tho operation of tho mine. The minors objected as did �1 so the department, and an outsidei named Parker was eventually chosaa as the operators repreiwntative. fdistrict, who stopped off hei� * day &t the reqiieat of th� local board. � In explanation of the spirit of un-I rest among the minera, Mr. Patter -son said that the faiiure of the Oov-eminont to take action Inthe Taber lock-out and in allowing technical ' ities to delay inveatigation made the men fear that they might^JM Icept under present conditions for naohths b�ttore an investigation would granted. The union leaders are tryinff keep the men at work, their position l>e>ng briefly this as addressed to the miners: "Vou men know the poai-Ition. We .have done all we can for you. Now you must; wait until the government will investigate the con-[ditlons for UH, and keep working in the meantime."' As is evidenced by the recent vote, the miners are in no humor to watt.^ At Coleman'the men struck in abody' befauae of. e notice of a reduction in wages. At Fcrnie, the same thing is-causing the men to quit work Individually. At Tabor the same action^ is taken, Bullock's mine being icloscbing and retail bual* ness win Ix! carriodon. A well-known 'export G. A. Rose, of New York, has boon engaged by the company. The Wiatcr Wheat Prospee E. C. Bains, who is iii charge of the Enderby Elevator in this city, having travelled over all the south country looking up the wheat pros-ipects says that the Increase of acre-|age is fully fifty per cent, over last year. The wheat is all looking fine, and so far the winter wheat. pros-pcct is excellent. The plant of tho Lethbridge Brick [ami Terra Cottn Co, Is rapidly near ing completion. In a few daj-s they will commence to make* ^rick, andthe first output of the n......................................^5.00 irittshings P6r variety, style and values, onr present display of Men's Furnishings is the largest and best ever shown in Lethbridge. In Shirts we have a wide selection of all styles, in either soft or laundried fronts, white or colored, low priced or in the more expensive materials. ,' ; ^ Onr stock of Ties comprises all that is new in colorings and shapes, in fact anything that any taste may desire; InCoUars and Cuffs and every grade of Underwear, our assortment is complete, '/I '^1 1 Men's Negligee and Pleated Front Shirts-Made by the best makers, iu French cambrks, in plain grass weaves, or percales and fancy corded mnterials. Cuifs attached or detached. Sizes Price.......,..$1.25 Glen's Pyjanuis Made from fine quality English cloth in neat patterns w^ith silk stripes, with either military or turn-over collar, fancy braided fronts  or plain. Price..............$2.50 Men'ff Pure WobI;. Underwear The' celebrated "JAEGSB^^ Pure Wool Underwear; ra^ soft and fleecy. I>oesk^^^ irritate^ the meet tender skin; and will not shrink; - ^ 4 Price $1;S0 per garment.^ i ;