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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta r1 a.1 ' I ' 1 4 . a I 4 i 7 �w- till 'i p j: \ r r 1 -. I Jf - 4 p t - \ 1% - 1 Hi LETIIBRIDGE, ALBEKTA. TllUJRSJJAY, APKIL 25. 1907. KUMBBR 95 h � -r i r >= . 1 The Store of Quality. Satisfaction GaareatMd WM. WHYTE DENIES  1LOR1NG No ChM|� in Pl*n* for C. P. R. Bridfc-Mteleod Advance Story Refuted. ! 1 Men's Genuine Tailored Suits at Easter prices. with I'. It. Leth The men will no buck to work pending the result of the investigation. A. F. & A. M. in Autos. * * Macs ExoXusivs ^lien's Outfitters H* In LatUbridffe THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE There will )>c four automobile loads of ^lasonit- difoiitnrlcs go to Tal>or on the 30th to institute a lodge of tho noble ord^r at TaiwJh The grand lodge olllclals am to come to ljcth-bridge, and accompniilod by tlrahd Senior Warden T. McNabb, Master Mason Uui^h Scott und the local past ninMers will pro coed to T a i h? r i n nutos. Civic Celebration tfSAi> OFFICE* TOHONTO b. % WALKER, PrasidcBt aiCX. LA1HD, Gensral Mansser 4. IRELAND, 8up#riaUadsBt t Bnsckts ESTABLISHIS6T pid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Another Sign of our Growth. (.'unsidcrubfo progress vas niudo In tho arrangements for the celebration on May 9th. Tho parade will have Rome Unlqu^IalKMfet/HspIays. Tho Athletic gninas will bring Pinchcr Oreek for football; Clai^holm for Ija^eball. nnd H!gh Hlver for lacrosse A fine display of firework.n iH ordered. Oth*�r arrnngfMnentfl are not yet complied. A New Hotel. Anion? tho many cvliU-ncoH ot trailo,; \n hoteliium was in the city this expansion in tho city Is that fur - j wwj4 looking over the situation. Wo Breaches throughout Canada, and la the United States and England BUSINESS FARMERS' BANKING 86 Ktm7 faeUity afforded Farmers for their banking bTwSSwL Bale* Note* cashed or taker ' - ' for collection BANKING BY MAIK.-^Deposits mny be made or withdiawn by mail. Out-of-town account* receive every attention nishod by tho Dominion lCxpivss returns. "Agunt V. May infornw us that the revenue received here* un parcel** going in and out for March of this year was $2033.22, while for last March it was $1,3ft2.01, an increase of �ttft0.18 or considerably over flfty per cent. This -does not include tho Company's money ordor bXJMlncKH but is merely tTTe revenue on express parcels. understand thut he 1h prepared to (invest from 835,000 to $50,000 In a llrKt-clasH hotel if n suitable site can be procured. More BRANCHES Ol ALBKKTA Recent Appointments. Malcolm Voun" Uuhl.rUlg* haJl,w fift'-�n,h J. W. Stafford, Dominion Lands Agent has been ndvined by tho Do -partment of the Interior thnt tho time granting home** ten dors protect -ion for their entries lying east of HnnLje XX., has been extended to CALHAKV CtAKESMOLM EDMONTON MICH KIVKK LEAVINGS LET II BRIDGE MACLEOD MeUfTON STAVILV flUCHKR CHEEK STRATH CON A rONOKA MEDICINE HAT 9W DSIR VEGREVILLE VERMILION WETASMWIN I low _ c-been LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C G. K. NOURSE, MANAOBR Bank Montreal received tho appointment of olllcial uHstgneo under the new Provincial Act governing asKignnit*nts in favor I of creditora. l\ U- Wtlllamson een appointed senior clerk In tho I^ethbrldgo Po-mlnion I^nnds nfllro in 8ucreR�lon to .1. Parkin. Floods ESTABLISHED 1817 CbbIibI all paid ...............''l^^ RcBcrvtdFHBi...................... �'T!; ftalaicc Prolll art Um.............. t�,W Head Office, Montreal (Special to Hernlf.) Winning, Man.. April 21-Hon. \\. Motherwell, Minister of Agriculture in 1 he Saskatchewan Cabinet nrrivrd in the city to-day. "I met n farmer from the vicinity of Lunm-den in Heginn." h:\UI tho Minister. " He had juht walked in to the cap* ital from his home near Lumsdenand he stntetl to mo thnt the track of tho Cnnadhm Northern was washed away in twenty places hetwetm Lumsdeo and the city. Thin is In the valley j.of the Uu'Appelle. where there la !more or less trouble tt) ho exix-cted. A numlicr of Lethbridge flnanclem { waft fw||w| hufi nQw occur|- have formed a company and purchan- \^ Qf coi|nsp ^ conmmleAiUm on townsHo of Coleridge, which is ml-  ^ of ^ Cun0(iiftn Northern bona ted Haven mlloa oast or Medicine\uy^n ^ |hH S|>pth ^ ^ Hat on tho main line. The block ae surveyed into town lots.^ l|Iow JonR th|H uork of rcst0rll|g Bought consider that Color It is Hituuted PRESIDENT: BIOHT HON. LOBD STBATHCOKA AMD MOUNT MOT Ah, 0 VICE-PRESIDENT: HOB. SIB QKOBGB A, DftDllJIOlir*. X. tf. If. 0. The company idfto is the renl thing, on the high lovols oast of the Ifcnt so that all railroads from tho south wishing to strlUo that part of tho country will bo bound to strike the now town. Already there is a gas well in operation close by tho town long this work of restoring will require it )k impossible to say." Winnipeg Winnipeg. Man., April 24.- .fudging from the conditions of tho market Winnipeg has linen experiencing a a. a. OLOuaTOB, g�vbi ai, mamaus sito with strong signs of oil. South butter famine since yostors Ma ny Branonoa and Agenciea at al) t) principal points in Canada Alao hi Loudon, tnglai d, Naw York, Chicaga, Spokano and rawfoundland TraYallara' Circular Letters oi Credit and Commercial Credit* issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS DraftaaoU available at all potota la UalunSuisa, Karats rasa Caaaos Interest allowed on d^paalta m% currant rata* B. r. RCEVE Han*a�r and east of Coleridge is a thickly jof tho prominent retailers and whole-settled farming district including tho sale doalers diil doHephburg region, which is the oat pound on their granary for tho Modicino ILit dis - |pbices where it was obtained, H5c triet. Tho market trade will not have a single premises. A few groat. Caidston has already put in !'I,500 candle powor arc lights be land 40c a pound was eagerly given. 'I he ruling pivre of buttor during winter has been 27 to 80 cents a Foley, Lock and Larson state thoy unnble to procure butter at nmo Lethbridge Branch and Uvero intend to light tho whole town with inny cost. these lights. P. Thompson, barristor of Pinchcr j Creek made a business* trip to this city yesterday. The Cardston courl houso is being rapidly constructed, tho first storey being completed. Our New Spring Styles Id Boys' - r | Are such tbat^it will do a fond mother'* eyet good to Me h�r boy dressed iu. and which will also cultivate in your boys a proper'appreciation of good taste in dress. Boys' 2-piece Suits Tailored in fine imported tweeds, cut in the latest style Ha a well squared shouldera, Hood lining and trimming throughout. Sice* 22 to 88. Price............. .$8.00 \ Boya' 5-pitce Suits *4 , \ -  * Made ot fine imported and domestic tweeds in light nnd medium dark shades, smart dressy patterns. Coats eat in either single or double breasted etyle, with nicely shaped Inpels end closely fitting collars. Sixea 29-84. Price...............W�7ft We do not carry a cheap shoddy class of clothing. If you want that you cannot get it here. Our boys'suits are made from good strong cloth, well made and trimmed. You will- find our boys' clothing will wear much longer than other makes and the price is not one bit mora. h A Smartly Tailored Trousers Our stock of man's trowsers is particularly extensive aUttho presont timu, embracing a wid^rango, cut in tho luteat tftyle^ of high grado materiuls in the inopt popular putterns und smartly tailored. 1 � f Hi*. 4 , ^ u \t* �- * � i fa* - � ' 4 H. 1 i MEN'S TROWSERS-Cut in smni-peg top stylo." made4 of tine domnstic tweeds and worsteds in neat stripes, li^ht and dark patterns, well tailored. Price................ .$2.50 MENS TROWSERS- Made of tiue .piality English wor sted iu fancy stripes and checks. Cut in the lutest spring styles and very smartly tailored. Price 93.&0 ma MEN'S TROWSERS-In Scotch twredsuud West of Enp-land worsteds, high grudo materials iu smart dreaBy patterns stylishly cut and finished in first class style. Price...........................................83.00 � Splendid Showing of Men's Furnishings beat ever shown in Lethbridge. In Shins we have u wide selection of all styles, in cither soft or laundried fronts, white or colored, low priced or in tho more expensive materials. Our stock of Ties comprises all that is uew in coloring* and shapes, in fact anything that any taste may desire. In Collars and Cuffs ami every grade of I'udenvenr, our assortment is complete, Men's ^Negligee and Pleated Front Shirts-Made by the best makers, iu French cambrics, in plain grass weaves, or percales and fancy oorded materials. Culfs attached or detached. Sizes Price..............$1.25 Men's Pyjamas Made from lino quality Eug- 'Mcn'a Pure Wool Underwear lish cloth in neat patterns The celebrated "JAEGER" with silk stripes, with either military or turn-over collar, fancy braided frouts or pin in. Price..............$2.50 Pure Wool Underwear, rery soft and fleecy irritate the moat Does not moat tender skin, and will not shrink. Price $1.50 per garment. PHONE 100 LETHBRIDOE, ALTA. ;