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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta h x 4 1 ^ VOLUME 1 �- h x * si lit* 1 I ^ -r Li T 1 H c . r - ^ LETHBRIDGE, TA, THUBSDAY, JULY *. 1907. �r. l Tk�StoM of Q�*lity. McKelvie Satltftction McGuire 0mt""' SUPREME COURT 1 -� The Lothbridgc sittings Supreme Court opened at the the log bodily harrier atul wore rejnanded Court for sentence, llr. Ivea appeared for lion. 'the prisonor�. Justice Harvey, officei'h wore present: The following C. F. 1'. Cony- AD House this morning before -the ______. _ The King vs. George 8. flomglln. Jn this case the accused Ik a tensed of having published a false tnle via.' boa re, HRont for Attorney General ("Americans not -wanted in Cfcnad Mnlcolm Young, Sheriff; c. V. lien- Investigate before buylhg land or nett, CU'Hc of Court; and' J. A. l�ow- taking homcsteikds in this country/* ell official .stenographer ami reporter, whereby injury 'Was likely to lw oc- Tlie memiKTS of the.bar present in- rasioned to a Ijltthllc interest, vi/., I x i- into cbrde-e�rs. The Koljlsed elected to be tried-summarily Tij His I^ordshlp and the case is now being proceeded with The civic docket?consists of three small debt In iho apron, Carlmrtt*. t-hure are FOUR more yards of fabric to the dozen; und in the ooats there are two more yards of fabric to the dozen thnn used by any other tnamiftictnrer of Overalls. DIFFERENCE IN FABRIC AND DYES-When comparing Overalls lake into consideration extra buttons, extra pockets, brand, high aprons, non-corroding buckle and blue line suil cloth drill used for pockets. Remember that them is just as much difference between cottons as wool and a great difference whether the fabric is dyed* with aniline or indigo. We carry a full ranee of sizes in Cnrhartfs from l\2 to 4. ENGINEERS9 AND FIREMEN'S ULOVES - The Griunell Waterproof (inuntlets. free from rivets and in-seums. Superior to any. CAitiCSraftid two largo writ cases. In one ofijthe latter cases the validity of the Will of the late .Ins. Keyes is fontested. IMiese cases will lie taken up after the criminal dock-et is disposed of.* Praise for A.R.4 L Mints Prof. Holmes Disevssc* Cool Mioiog. Miot ot Ulk.rMge H B K BKJ SHIRTS FOR WORKING MEN Biggest Shirt on the market for the money. 1*roft Joseph A. Holmes of the U. P. Geological Sus>ey, Washington, D.C., was in the city yesterday. He is making a short trip through Canada reporting ou our mln?n, mining laws and operations'. When interviewed by the Herald. Mr. Holmes expressed his admiration for Ijethhridgi* and especially for the public square. Speaking of the A.It. tv I. Co. mines, which he has vislt^l, in the afternoon, Mr. Holmes was Another big coal mine will In* o|wrated si l^*thbridg>� A s t rong Spok n ne sy nd i ca t e ha vp aoqtilt\>d a lentfe ost man- j taking two gumes of the fivo in th� aged he was ever in, the wn�te being j 80ries. Tlie Ijsthhridge nutHt is a II at a miuimum. The work wuk Iving done with an oye to pennapeiicy'and right and every win made by Kd  monton was -by the closest possible safety. The Professor said he had {margin. The score: McKELVIE McGUIRE Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lstbbriage had no opportunity of studying Can- . nviinn mining laws but expressed his . 'great admiration tor the Canadian *! Geological Survey. He thought thai ! Itettnw and sixty milestroin here, has lns>n locatetl ochrn of the richest DEER STAVELY On Wednesday morning the fivlglit handlers at the r.lMl. sheds struck, j ^v jimfcgS Th��y claimed that they had not got their pay cheeks and that the prom-\hik\ iiicetnise of wagea wus not forthcoming. Other men wen* promptly put in thw* strikers' places.  � t VI i 1 O 0 0 > 0 I 0 o o 0 1 2 0 0  I  * .  ^ T 1 0 i 0 0 .... il 1 0 8 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 i  � '\ 1 1 1 I 1 0 1 O 2 II .... n (1 0 10 0* 1 �    * � 0 0 0 1 as 4 0,27 8 :t HI HI DO 10. AR.R.H.PO.A. K. j �i 0 0 0 1 1 o O 0 1 2 9 1 o .1 0 1 0 0 0 � * - � *  � 0 O o o l .1 0 0 o o I .1 . � - � � w o o :i 1 t> I 1 8 1 o t 0 0 1 1 0 :ui .*> 1 1 fOdmonton Ijethbridge 1 pinchEH CREEK STRATHCONA pdnoka VECREVILtE VERMILION WETASKJVViN Cuatossa Rcluraa. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G K. NOURSE. Manager Bank Montreal ESTABI ISI1E1) 1817 The customs receipts at the f4�lh-liridge ottlce show a decrease com  panetl with June 10O0. The amount collected f*�r ilune 1U0T was $10,-217.28 as against ^t5,().">r>.(Kr> in Juno MHHi. fuHtoms oflleer Kenny says that the city collections una higher thiin last year, the decrease being at the outside points. The chief cause is the prohibitum of American cattle and horses under lh*' quarantine regit Int ions, which absolutely prohibit the importation tif range Ium-m^s. 1 1 2 3 4.-1*1789 .........2 0 2 0 0 0 0 O a .........0 0 2 12 0 0 0 1 St ICUAKV Stolen iKiwi's, llennetU. I.ussi, Wess ler; home runs, llogcrs; struck o by McClairo six. by Hchurch I; h by pitched ball. Ford 2, llennet jmsseil ball l.ussi 2; suciillcc hi thrbridgo . I Oalgnrv STANDING. Wo Played ni 2'.� :ti 4 + 17 12 11 Lost. PC .im7 51s 11 II 17 20 411 MS, IS* Frwit Dealers Lose Head Office, Montreal (Social, to the Herald.) Vancouver, Jui> 2.-flronora PRESIDENT: RIGHT HON. LORD 8TE4THC0MA AND MOUNT iOTAL. 0 0 VICE-PaC&tDENT: HON 81H OBOKGK A. DHOMMONn, K C. M. 0. II 0 a. a, clousto*. ai>a�4t r*NAniu Cont;T*>t��lMt ions are being received by Miss IXIuu Henderson, dulighter of Wm. Henderson, because of her ox-(ellent Htitnding in the Huvergul Initios College, Winui|m>g, examina  tion nuiirns. In tulving the upper fifth form examinations. Miss Fxlna *trawberries in the lower Fraaer ri took first prize in general proficiency cr valley who undertook to nmke and %e silver cup for gynuiastics, P"'^'� thwr product in AIIkm besides winning the Havergal College j Saskatchewan and Manitoba Boarders Scholarship valued at a?A. J huinnwr. went up against an market. As a consequence, a grout of v- the ta thia lev Branones and Agencies at all tl*aprincipal points in Canada Also in London, Entflat d, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers* Circular Lettersaf Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft* told a?allable at all points In United Statea, Europe land Canada Intereal allowed on tlepoelta at current ratea during Lethbridge Branch a. r. aceve Manager Many Hoamouadcra, There were U21 homestead entries ' made at the (.ethhridgc land ottlce 1 .June. This is a big increase ' over dun*. 1000. when 211 entries made. Most of the homesteads 1 and CSrusfty* Lake Histrict. The new set -tVrs were chiefly from North Hakotu Matklock. Kckniitn, Muxbrass and Towner l>eing the places left behind by the majority. deal of fruit shipped to?|he prairies never found a bu.wr and *jiphs spoiler!. 1 j wer� were taken in Lite Mow Island MooMy Seaiaaetal. (BpeciMl to Hera hi ) Wiunipeg. .1 ui\ :t.-Ai the ussi/ �s today �lain�>s Mooney was sentenced to ten yea is imprisonment for slashing Thomas Doyle with ura/or a few w�dais ago. Mooney osked Doyle for ! money and artoen the latter refuaed he j attacked Uim with a ra/or. NUMBER ;5 h h �- r + fir l> 4-- it' 1? i h r n -��J � _-p*B i I :� h / - "T I i a > Summery and cool. Coolneia Contribotora. H - A ( Will not slip moniulo-not over ! way without these lovely Dress Robes if stunII prices can take them there. m displaying their beauty in Fashion's Pro-Twelve dollars for these hen nties. Did you THE ILLI'STKATIONS CONVEY A REPKESENTATTON OF THE1K LOVELY EFFECT. THE SKIRT IS SHAPED, AND THE MATERIALS ARE NOT SKIMPED FOR THE WAISTS AND SLEEVES. They'll make hand-8�me reception and wedding dresses. 1 :*J* -r-i - � ;-v_^ � - -,- -:� * nil �ft- j_ � - Pi ^ J \ :->r ^ 4 �_ - ;i ... 1 .1 , \ r . -" &� - 1 NOVI-MODI SUMMER DRESSES '� 4. HX)2 -Handsome Princess Gown, with coffee jacket. Made in white taffeta Japanese silk or fancy opalescent silk.. Sizes 32 to 42........................................$22 50 Tnilor-madi! Linen Suit, Kton jacket. Made in tine linen, piped in any color desired, buttons to match piping. Sizes 32 to 42....................................... 10 00 Pony Walking Suit. Made in butcher linen and trimmed with Swiss insertion, collar and cuffs of allover. Sizes 32 to 42....................................... 9 00 A Pretty Gown, for afternoon teas or evening wear. Made in spotted silk mull, col. 1012 102:� um i (m low 1042 104S 1049 1052 1052 10*50 11 M>2 KM',.'! 10(>4 inns s, black, navy, cream, trimmed with Valenciennes insertion. Sizes 32 to 42...... 12 00 Handsome Persian Lawn Suit, trimmed with tine tucks and Val. insertion, waist open back, short sleeves. Sizes 32 to 42.........................____.......;....... 10 00 Dressy Linen Suit, coffee coat of allover insertion with t>elt, skirt trimmed insertion to match. Made in fine linen. Sizes 32 to 42.................................. 12 00 Stylish Organdy Suit, trimmed with wide linen insertion and shirring. Sizes 82 to 42 7 60 A Pleusing Street Suit. Made in Persian lawn, trimmed with embroidery panel on waist and skirt. Sizes 32 to 42................................................ 7 60 Shirt Waist Suit. Made in tine quality Persian lawn, finished seams, trimmed with Swiss insertion, waist open back, short sleeves. Sizes 32 to 42..................., 5 00 Dressy Persian Lawn Suit, trimmed with Swiss insertion and Val., waist with Dutch neck, o|�oii hack, short .sleeves. Sizes 32 to 42..............................,. 10 00 Finest (Jtiulity White Mull Suit, with embroidery flounce, waist open back, abort sleeves. Sizes 32 to 42.......................I......................... .....Itt �N Charming Persian Lawn Ostium*, waist add skirt trimmed with fine insertion and embroidery panels. Sizes 32 to 42............................................. 7 SO Dutch Neck Persian Lawn Suit, with Swiss insertion, finished strains, pleated belt. Sizes 32 to 42................................................................. 5 00 4 1 i. 5 00 Dressy Persian Lawn Suit, with full flounce skirt, waist open front, trimmed with Swiss insertion, pleated belt. Sizes 32 to 42................................... Fiue Organdy or Persian Lawn Suit, trimmed with wide linen insertion on waiat and skirt, finished scums, pleated belt. Sizea 32 to 42 .. r........................... 5 110 Stylish Outing Suit, in Persian Lawn, trimmed with Swiss and Val. insertion, pleated belt. Sizes 32 to 42........................................;.............. A 00 10W*-For Seaside or House Wear, made in taffeta cloth, with white ground and colored rings, strapped color to match. Sizes 32 to 42 ......................5 00 1071- Dressy Afternoon Costume. Made in fancy muslin, white grounds with rose- hud design, waist has Dutch neck, trimmed with Valenciennes lace and insertion. Sizes 32 to 42............*i tH) lONl Persian Ijawn Suit, fancy embroidered pnnc-l waist, all finished seams, pleat* ed belt. Sizes 32 to 12..............(Hi llnl Tailor-made Outing Suit. Made in blue, rose, green or grey zephyr. Sizes 32 to 12..................!........3 1103 Dressy Kvening Suit, in silk. Made in the most fashionable coin s|>ot silks, blue and white, black and white, green and white, also white grounds with colored spots, yoke of fine French Valenciennes. Sizes 32 to 42.......25 00 SHOES Not at any price can then* be built smarter shoes than the "Dorothy Dodd,'* and it is said that shupoly, well-fitting shoes are an essential mark of the lady. The "Dorothy Dndd" is the problem of shoe perfection worked out in choicest leathers and original distinctive styles. Women fastid-eous as to what they wear, choose the "Dorothy Dndd" shoe for its elegance. Women particular as to what they pay. choose the "Dorothy Dodd" for its economy. We have a splendid assortment iu variety of leathers, shapes ami designs. PRICES $3.00 and $3.50 Don't trust to luck. Come iu and be rightly fitted by our salesmen with Dorothy Dndd Shoes. Prices always moderate.  PHONE lOO LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. MP   - .i -'� --^ V- - �% T **J ;