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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihe LETHBRIDGE, ALBEBTA. THURSDAY. APBIL 25. 1907. KUMBBA as: TUSton TAILORING WN. WnfTE DEMBIHIMOIIS No ChMgc in PlMt for C. P. K. Bridu^MMlebd Admr* Story Rcfitcd. Men's Cyenuine Tailored Suits at Easter prices. Top Noteh Style Exe�llcAt Material Ottaraateed Satieffaetioa Perfect Fit {OUR:N:EW GliOTHS-TbeqnalttiMud styles at once denote the cUim ot the tailoring basmsss we speoially cater to. par showing will appeal to the man of style and tnste ol dress. Our tailor.inade garmeots are^ manufactured in Montreal and Toronto and as we the obstof manaCaotnre^in the East is teooh lais than here we can not only save yon from $5 to 10.0U on your suit bat guarantee a garment strictly nprto-date. Every oar� end attention to detail with the aid of the most .expert workmanship allows nsto positively guarantee in any oraer your epmplete saiiisfactton in every respect. Fine tailored tweed suits in grays, and browns, single or donblebr8asted,^t trimmings. Prices f 18.00 and 20 OO Fine tailored suits in imported worsted cloths any style. Prioea^...____..'.,.^..4;,;... ....v.;: :i$22.00 to 25.00 Fine tailored suits in bine and black worsteds any style. Prices.:. .... . s.00t 20.00,22.00 to 29.00 AUmeMnremeats ^k^ experienced tailor. , For scx'erttl duys there were rumors �round the city that the enginoors had f;efiti unable to scci^re foundat-~lon..ii>r the abtftmcnts ot the big C. P. R. bridge. Then Tuesdoy's Mac -Leod Advance camo to hand with the annottnccment that the C. P. li. will be coinT>ellcd to abandon Lcth-, bridge M a divisional point. AUur I every eBort their engineers have been compelled to report that they are. j unable to find a suitable location for the proposed high-level bridge across the Belly Kivcr at that po^nt. A 'proper foundation for the necessary 11 piers cannot be obtained, and it is more than probable that the road |.will be compelled to cross the Dolly several miles cast, of I^thbridgc," 'and went on to say that "the proper crossing is near Woodpecker station, which is over thirty niilcs oast of .Lethbridge." In spile of the fact that the CP. U. are rushing forward their divisional work here: �Qd tiiat G. J. Bury, general manager for the west, had contradicted th� rutn6'rs the day before, many citizenB felt somewhat uneasy. � ..vi- , To get anauthoriwd statement the Herald wired Wm. .Whyte, Vice Prcsi dent of ihe C.P.R^ � follows: Rumora.and Maehknl Advance say bridge posiitnn. atmndonod because of poor foundations.^ statement for publication. ���..��jk. This noomlng -itr. Whytc's itiply came: .-�.v ��. �.;,;,'}� Wiftttipeg, April 25. Lethliridgte Hcra:id;^ Your wire a4thw'''^No foumJution t rumors. � ;WM. WWYTK. This settles thi i question finally and jealous knockers like the Ad Vance must try some other point of attack. . , :. Miners Return to Work. (Special to The Herald.) Latest despatch from Feniie says tUatl^t^^nference between miners and operators is^^,ell over: '�^ji agreement has been reached. But an inv^p^t^iK^ii ||^take^^^^ at once. The men will back toi||j^;^^|fipendinp the reaalt of tlie investigation. ' ^ -^''f^ A.F.V A. M. jn Autos. �BAD: OmCB. TOROXTO, estabusmco leST There will he four automobile loads of'Masonic dignitaries go to Tnher on the 30th to ihstituta a i'ibdgc of the noble drdor at TaliSt. The grakid lodge olHcials are to come to Lethbridge, and accompanied by Graitd Seni 113,000,009 Vraaches thronsboat Canada; sad ia the United States and Enclaad A GENERAL BANKING BUSIXESS JTRANSACTED FARMERS' BANKING 86 B�p�irj'fiaomt7 ilTordad^ for their iMuddiig Imsiaoaa. Sales Notoa cashed or taken ' : " ' fo* eaUebtlon BANKING BY MAIE^^DetiosUsmaiy be made or withdrawn by mail, Out-of-town accounts receive evcr^'attention CALr.AKY CLARESIIOLM :eUMONTON llinil KIVER BRANCMM W AUUCItTA LEAVINGS NAUrrON STAVBLY LBTMBRIDGB rWCMBB CKBEK STRATUCONA MACLBOO fONQKA VBOaBVILLt MEDICINE HAT tBH OBBB VERMILION ^ WETASMWIN Another Sifa of our Growth. Among the many evidences of trade^ expansion in the city is.that furnished by the Dominion Express returns. Xgent D. May informs xia that the revenue received here on parcels going in and out for March of this year was $2033;a2, while for last March it was $1,352.04, an increase of SflSO.lS or consideraV)ly over fifty per cent. This does not include the Company's money - ord�r bxjsiness but is merely tlTe revenue on expruss parcels. Ciyic Ceiihration. Considerablo progress A'-as made in the arrangeni�iHa",rur the celebration on Mny 9th. The parade will have soin�> tinii$ii^iil||^ "I^o athletic games wiU bring Pincher Creek for football; Claresholm ' for baseball, and High Kiver'for lacrosse A lino display of fireworks is ordered. Other arrangements are not yet completed. A New Hotel. LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C G. K. NOURSB. MANAQBa ESTABLISHED 1817 CaWtalaltpaM RntnrsllNiae........ Bslakt Rrdnt aad Lass .SI4,III,MI . lf.NI.IM Head Office, Montreal PREaZX>ENT: atosT HON. bOBD naATBooiiA a>o MoiniT botal, . 0. m: a. VXCS-PRESXDZSKT: �pa. na 9coa4a ii. moiwoiii*. k, �. m. �. a. ..oLoonoK. oimFu mammm Branonea aiAd Agenoiea at aX) tlapriooipal polnta ia Canada Alao iu LoMdon, liiglat d> Naw York, Chlo�g*, Spokane and fawfoundland TraTallara' Circular Lattaraot Cradtt and CemaaareiaX Cradlta iaauad for txae in all parta of til* world. ; COXXEGTIpNS MADE T Draft* raid �t�IUbl� at all polat* In UaUad BtitM, Bara^ raa� Caba�a Inlvraat Uewvd on dapaalta at urrvitt rat�a Lethbridge Branch - ^^.L^J Recent Appnintmenta. Malcolm Young of Lethbridge has roceiv'cd the appointment of offlcial asstgneo under the new Provincial Act governing a.ssignments in fuvor of creditors. C. U. Williamson of Little, Bow and fornwrly manager of the A. Muc-donald & Co. store iicrc, has l>een appointed Homestead Inspector with headquarters at Lethbridge. He will be assistant to Adam Link. .lohn A. Reid has been appointed senior clerk in the Lethbridge Dominion Lands offloo in succession to T. Purkin. An hotelman was in the city this week looking over the situation. Wo understand that he is prepared to invest from 835.000 to 850,000 in a first-class hotel if ii suitable site can be.procured. More Homettead Proteetioa. .T.,W. Staflord, Dominion Lands Agent has been advised by the .Department of the Interior that the time granting homesteaders protect -ion for their entries lying oast of Range XX., has been extended to Ih^ fifteenth of May. Have Bought Coleridge. A number of Lethbridge financiers have formed a conipany and purchns-townsiio of Coleridge, which is situated seven miles on.st of Medicine Hat on the main line. The block acquired is some six hundred acres and will be surveyed into town-lots. The company consider that Coleridge is the real thing. It is situated on the high levels oast ol the Hat so that all. railroads from the south wishing to ^strike that part ot the country will bo bound to strike the new town. Already there is a gas well in operation close by the town site with strong signs of oil. South and cast of Coleridge is a thickly settled farming district including the Joscphburg region, which is the oat granary for "the Medicine H�vt dis -trict. The market trade will bo great. Floode in Saekalehewan. (Special to Hcrnlf.) ~ Winnipeg, Man.. Api-il 31.-Hon. W. 11. Motherwell, Ministar of Agricul -turc in the Saskatchewan Cabinet arrived in the city to-day. "f met a fanner from the vicinity of Luma-deii in Regina," said the Minister. "He had just walked in to the capital from his home near Lumsdcnand he stated to nie that the track of the Canadian Northern was washed away in twenty pincos between Lumsdea nnd the city. This is in the vallajr ;c)f the Qu'Apiiclle. where there la inoro or loss trouble to be expected. What was fe.-vro*! has now occurrad and of course nil- conmiuoicat'ian on the lino of the Canadian Northern he� twccn liegina ami the Vorth is now comi>letely cut o(T, nnd there vill be no trains until tho track is restored How long thifi work ot rcstoriag will roquiro it is impossible to sajr." for the Little TOtS Oor New Spring Styles lo Boys' ?lop( Are Buch thaf^it will do a fond mother*! eyea f{ood to ice her boy dressed in, and which will also cnltiTate in yoar Iwfiii proper'appreeiation of good taste in dresa. Boys' 2-piece Suits Tailored in fine imported tweeda. cbt iu the lettit etjrle Haa well aqiiired elioiildeie;� Kood lining and tHmailiijg throuKhont. Siiwi Stto Price..............,118.00 Boye' 3-piaea Satta Made of fine imported^and domestic tweeda in light end medium dark shadefe^ aiiirt dressy pattertla. Gbete 'CBt in either single or dooble breasted style, with inimly shaped lapela aiid: cleiily fitting collm. Sixes JNkM. Price,.. ifSiTBi We do not earty a cii^ shoddy claastrf olotbibg;u; you want that yoo qiniii^ get. it here. '  , . Odr boys' smitf Am io^^ from ii^od atrang doth, ''eBS made and trimmed. Yon will- find onr boya' clothing will . wear . mneh longer than other makeiatid the pnm is not cuiie bit ihqie.;; Smartly lallored troosds Our stock of men's trowsera is particularly extensive at^the , present time, embracing a wld^anRe, cut in th4lateBt|; |tyl^^ of hij?h grade materials in tho:m%t' popular patteros' and** smartly tailored. 4 g; ^ MEN'S TROWSERS^Cut in semi-peg top styje,';made* of fine domestic tweeda aUd worsteds in neat stripe^, li^ht and dark patterns, Well'tailored. Price.............7,.. .$2.50 MEN'S TROWSERS-Made of fine,, qnality Englisk wor-sted in fancy stripes and checks., Cut in the latest spring styles and very smartly tailored. Price.............f^3,bO MEN'S TROWSERS-In Scotch twretlsand West of Eng. land worsteds, high grade materials in smart dressy patterns stylishly cut and Snished in first class style. Price............................................95.00 sfci Cardston has already put in nine '1,500 candle pownr arc lights and intend to light tho whole town with these lights, ~ D. Thoti^son, barrister of Pincher Creek made a business trip to this city yairterday. Butter Famine in Winnipeg. Winni|)eff, Man., April 24.- .Tudg-ing from the comlitions of tho market Wlnni|K?g has been experiencing a butter famine since yostersay. Many of the prominent retailors and wholesale dealers did not have a' single pound on their premises, few places whore it wns obtained, 35c and 40c a pound was eagerly given. Tho ruling price of biittor during winter has been 27 to BO cents. Foley, Lock and I^arson state they �were unnblo to procure butter at any cost. The Cardston court house is being rapidly constructed, the flrat storey being completed. Splendid Showing of Men's Furnishings For variety, style and values, our present display of Men's Furnishings is the laigest end beet ever shown in Lothbridgn. . - In Shirts we have a wide selection of all styles, in either soft or laundried fronta, white or colored, low priced or in the more expensive materials. Our stock of Ties comprises all tliat is new in colorings and shapes, in fact anything that any taste may desire. In Collars and Cutfs and every grade of Underwear, our assortment is complete, Men's Negliget; and Pleated Front Shirts-Made by tlie best makers, in French cambrics, in plain grass weaves, or percales nnd fancy corded mat^^rinls. Cuffs atta<'hed Or detached. Sizes 14ixl7i Price............. $1.25 Men's Pyjamas Made from tine quality English cloth in neat patterns witli silk stripes, with either military or turn-over collar, fancy braided fronts or plain. Price..............$2.60 Meti's Ful-e Wool Underwear The celebrated "JAEOGR'' Pure Wool Underwear, very soft and fleecy. Doaa not irritate the meat tender akin^ and will not sbriak. Price $ 1 .SO per g^ent a ;