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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta mmm mm Herald 4 {Pi VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALPl^TA. THVBSDAy; JULY 4. 1907. NUMBER :I5 Tk� Slon McKelvie Satitfaclioa of QMlity. & McGuire A JFew Firm Factory Facts About Carhartt Overalls In tho apron, Carkartt'a. there are POUR more yards of fabric to the dozen; and in the coats there are two more yards of fabric to the dozen than used by any other tnannfuctnrer of Overalls. DIFFERENCE IN FABRIC AND DYES-When oom-paring Overalls take into consideration extra buttons, extra pockets, broad, high aprons, non-corroding bnckle and blue line sail cloth drill nsed for pockets. ^ Remember that there 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 range of sizes in Carliartrs from 82 to 46. ENGINEERS' AND FIREMEN'S GLOV E8 - The Grinnell Waterproof Gauntlets, free from rivets and in-seams. Superior to any. H. B. K. BIG SHIRTS FOR WORKINOMEN-The Biggest Shirt on the market for tlie money. McKELVIE ^ McGUIRE Only ESxclusive lien's Outfitter's In LetUbridge SUPREME cm The Lotbbriclge sittings of the Supreme Court opened �t the Court House this morning before the Hon. Mr. Justice Harvey, 'fhe following jolllcers wore present: C. F. P. Comy-Uwai-e, agent for Attorney Oenerol 'Malcolm Young. Sheriff; C. V. Ilen-nett, Clerk of Court; ant�n and of other mntorial wit-!ncsscs. The acciisert was accordingly discharged. The King vs. Norman Stewart and Joe Kass. This was the ease whvre carbolic acid was roportod to have boon put ui>on John Cunninghatn in Whitney's livpry stable. The two pleaded guilty to assault occasion - ing bodily beend ^cre re|Mnded 'for sentence. -Wr. Iws appeilrM for 'the prinoacrs. The King vi. Oeorge 9. Roaglin. In thid cese iiw eccuaedis gtcumgd of' hftv^ng. published  false tale vlt." "Araericana not want (>d in Canad*! invest/igate before buying land or taking honie�t��d8 In this country," whereby Injury Israa likely to lie oc-^casioned tw � inti-rcst, viz., .the immicratiOe of'Americans into I Canada. Mr. iKrrtlil for accused ask-t Until the af-of' tiie absence Is C. Peterson, ir, from Stirling, iissnulted .and iflowledge of May r the age'of 14 elected to be His Lordship cd for an adj temoom on -a of a materiel The Kinr vsy, VVashington, D.C.. was in the city yesterday. He is ntaking'a short trip througli Canada reporting on our luinss, mining laws and operations; When interviewed by tho Herald, Mr. Hotines expressed his admiration for fjethbridge and especially for the public sc|Ui^i�. Sfieaking of the A.R. >prtunit.y, of studi ing Can-oniian mining laws biit' expressiMl his 'great admiration for the Canadiuq. �iOmWgicAlranr.vey;lnas(lay nu>nning the freight handlers at tho C.I'.R. sheds struck. They claimed that they had not got their pay chocks and that the proni-isod increase o{ wages w�s not forthcoming. OtiMJr iiien wore promptly put in tlva .strikers' places. Cuatoiia Ratvnik The customs receipts at the (jpth-liridge office show a dcciwasc com  paretl with .luno 1906. The amount collcetiefl for .June 1007 was $10,-217.3S as against |fl5,65u.O,'> in June 190(>. Customs officer Kenny says that the citj' collections are higher than last year, the decrease being at Ihe out.side points. The chiof cause is the prolfibilion of .\morican cattle and horses untler the quarantine rog-ulfitinns, which absolutely prohibit ihf importation of range horses. Wiaa Sehelarihip. Cong'catulations are being received by .Miss Tkinn Henderson, daughter of \Vm. Hondeison. because of her excellent standing in the Havergiel lifldios College, Winnipeg, examina  tion returns. In taking the upper fifth form examinations, Miss t'XIna took first prixc in general proficiency and %e silver cup for gymnastics, besides winning the Havergal College Hoarders Scholarship val,uer .lunc 190fi, when 211 entries, I were made. Blust of the homestaads were taken in the Itow Island and OrasN>- Lake District. The new sot -iljsrs were chiefly from North Dakota Maddock, Kckman, MuxbraHS and Towner being the places left be|itnd by the maiurity. MldMi. Harper s.s. Wkite lb. .. MuClaire p. 8 O 0 10 &t ,-4 0 0 0 4 1 8 3 Foster c.f. ... Mackm 2\>. ... OUea lb...... Kippert If. .. BiMJs 5M)....... Xunzie r.f. Fogarty s.s. . Rogers c....... Schurch p..... By inn tags. 32 4 6427 LtirritBMDaK. AB.R H.PO.A.K. ............ ,5 2 2 0 0 0 112 0 12 0 1 O 1 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 O O, 3 1 118 1 0 0 14 O 1 3 0 0 36 Bdinonton Lethbridge 133 4a6789 .......2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 tV-4 ........0 0212000 O-5 Stolon iMtses, Bennott, Lussi, Wessler; honve runs, Rogers; struck out by McClairc six. by Schurch 1; hit by pitched ball. Ford 2, Bennett;' jmsscd ball Lu.ssi 2; sacrifice hits. Grimes, Lussi, While. Time of game 1:30; Umpire, McfJuckcn; .Vttendance 900. CAIXiARY WINS. Calgary-, July �ra thia summer, went up againiit an icy market. As a cunseijueiice. h grotit deal of.fruit shijipt>d tolihe pruivies never found a buyer and irras spoiled. MMMy Scataai�t#;' (Biiecial to Herald.) " Wiitnipeg, .luly 3.-.Vl ilto ussi/cs today Jank>s Mooney was sentenced to ten years impjisonment for sl^isli-ing Thoroaa Doyle with arazor a few waetis ago. Mooney asked Doyle for money and iriien the latter refused he attacked feiu with a ra/.or, Siimniery and cool. Coolneaa ; Contribotors. First Blush at Simmer Will not'slip away without these lovely Dress Robes displayinvr their beauty in Fashion-'s Pro-^ menatle-not if snwll prices can take them there. Twelve dollars for theSe beanties. Did you : ever !  1002 1012 1025 10.35 1087 1039 ^ 1042 * 1048 1049 1062 1052 lOfiO ^ 1062- mn- 1064 1068 THE ILLUSTRATIONS CONVEY A REPRESENTATION OF THEIR LOVELY EFFECT. THE SKIRT IS SHAPED, AND THE MATERIALS ARE NOT SKIMPED FOR THE WAISTS AND SLEEVES. . They'll make handsome reception and wedding dre89e8. NOVI-MODI SUMMER DRESSES -Handsome Princess Gown, with coffee jacket. Made in white taffeta .TaiMinese silk or fancy opalescent silk., Sizes 32 to 42.......................................;.$22 -Tailor-made Linqn Suit, Eton jacket. Made in fine linen, pipetl in any color desired, buttons to match piping. Sizes 32 to 42....................................... 10 -Pony Walking Suit. Made in butcher linen and trimmed with Swiss insertion, col. lar and cuffs of allover, Sizes 32 to 42................................; 9 -A Pretty Gown, for afternoon teas or evening wear. Made in spotted silk mull, colors, black, navy, cream, trimmed with Valenciennes insertion. Sizes .32 to 42...... 12 -Handsome Persian Lawn Suit, trimmed with Kne tucks and Val. insertion, waist open back, short sleeves. Sizes 32 to 42............................................ 10 Dressy Linen Suit, coffee coat of allover insertion with Iwlt, skirt trimmed insertion to match. Mttde in fine linen. Sizes 32 to 42..............................;.. .12 -Stylish Orgaiuly Suit, trimmed with wide linen insertion and shirring. Sizes 32 to 42 7 -A Pleasing Street Suit. Mtide in Persian hiwn, trimmed with embroidery panel on waist and skirt. Sizes 32 to 42................................................ 7 -Shirt Waist Suit. Made iu tine quality Persian lawn, finished seams, trimmed with . Swiss insertion, yraist open back, short sleeves. Sizes 32 to 42...............i a, -Dressy Persiati Lawn Suit,.triinmed with.Swiss insertion and Val., waist with Dutcb neck, oijen bat'k�sUort-,8l(Beve8; Sizes 32 to 42.................10 -Finest Qtoality White Mull Suit, with embroidery flounce, waist o^n-Wfskira!k>iil''-^ sleeves. Sizes 32 to 42........................ -Charming Persian Lswii Ocstiiiue, waist add skirt trimmed with fine insertimi and: embroidery panels. Sizes 32 to 4:5..................................... -Dutch Neck Persian Lawn Suit,-with Swiss iiisertion, finished seams, pleated belt. Sizes 32 to 42....,.......................................................... -Dressy Persian Lawn Suit, with fuU flounce skirtj waist oiwn front, trimmed with Swiss insertion, pleated belt. Sizes 32 to 42..................... .. .,..1,....... 5 Fine Organdy or Persian Liiwn Suit, trimmed with wide linen insertion on waist and skirt, finished seams, pleated belt. Sizes 32 to 42 ...............& -Stylish Onting Suit, in Persian Lawn, trimmed with Swiss-and Val. insertion, pleats. ed b�!lt. Sizes 32 to 42____.....:............................. 1069-^For Seaside or House Wear, made in taffetia cloth, with white ground and ' colored rings, strappcHl color to ihatoh. Sizes 32 to 42 ;......................5 00 1071-Dressy Afternoon Costume. Made in fancy muslin, white grounds with rosebud df^ign. waist lifts Dutch neck, triininod with Valencipniies Ihcc and insertion, Si/es 32 to 42............5 00 lOSl- Persian lijtwn Suit, fancy embroidered paii6l waist, all finished seuius, pleated belt. Sizes 32 to 12..............5 00 IKH Tailor-inadL'Outing Suit. Made in blue. rose, green or grey zephyr. Sizes 32 to 42............................3 75 1103-Dressy Evening Suit, in silk. Made in the most fashionable coin B|x>t silks, blue and white, black and white, green and white, also white grounds with colored siiots, yoke of tine French Va'enciennes. Sizes 32 to 42 ....... 25 00 5 50 00 00 00 00 00 so 00 .00 �y- M 00 00 tX) 00 SHOES Not at any price can there be built smarter shoes than the ''Dorothy Dodd." and it" is said that shoiDely, well-fitting shoes are an essential mark of the lady. The "Dorothy Dodd" is the problem of shoe perfet^tion worked out in choicest leathers and original distinctive styles. MTomen fastid-eous as to what they wear, choose the "Dorothy Dodd" shoe for its elegalnce. Women' particular as to what they pay, choose the "Dorothy Dotld" for its economy. We have a splendid assortment in variety of it'nthers. shapes and designs. PRICES $3.00 and $3.50 Don't trust to luck. Come in and be right-. ; ly fitted by our salesmen with Dorothy 1460 Slices. Prices always moderate. A. SOUTHARD PHONE /OO LETHBRIDOE. ALTA.  ,.�'.�..�.'7 li �.''Ul':'-  V,.fcl ;