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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta h r. I 1 1 * _>- J I. 1 _ Jl L - - - - J r V -r Tke Stort of Quality. Satisfaction Guaranteed Eight Hour Day and Comp�M�S�� A�t, 4 * MAW at Shirts ~ For Style and Real Comfort Made in every right fabric and made to fit. Once wear n Coat Shirt ami you will never go back to this old "over tlii� heudM style. But bo sure you Sot tin) right ooat shirt, kurt are cut to lit snugly, yot without binding anywhere. A tine range of ftixes always on hand from 14 to 18. . W.G.* It. Coat Shirts in all tho nowost oloth materials. Prices 1.10,, LSI. Silk and Wool Crepe Shirts Shown i i) solid colors, blues and tuns. Price 2.25. Just tho thing for hut weather W. ti. & K. Nee;-ligee Shirts, shown in ttun-imls. lustre, silks, und hi Ik ami linen, lounge collars to match. Prices 1.75. 2tin. 2.25 and U.25. Atutriuu Collars and Cuffs - We carry a full atife of Bizt*s in tin* A us Irian Collars. 14 to IS. V iji t Coat Shirt JtHt Uip it on like a coal-not a rumplt lo the botom. Kitt snugly over the thouldefi. Comfortably roomy under the anrn. Corrcclly proportioned deeves-oui length. Made to look well, wear well, fit well Di�u ami buaMtt itylc*, white mm! co&m�I. M�kea Berlin. Canada (Special to llerolf.) Ki.idK, *1 nm* tt.-Yewtortlny I he foul Commission heard tho evidence of t.hriH� u>ltk�r* rntphtyetl In tho mine ni lk>llv\tii* acin1 hen�. There, men | favored mi eight hour �lny hank in Imrtk Inw, which they had mulct* An egroeitttttt with tho compiiny nnrt u �(nn(h'tisat Inn m(M . The iisiml nrjgii-itientM wen* nilvnm'cfl, Wugva weiu-ed to ho. HtttiMfiirtnry. Wom It not ilhnl the wiigett |m�v itny rt.�� nnd fell owing In the wnrrlty of work clue, ill win* Nnftl in Im> due to the nh**Tl- nye of ours and the almonce of tlni-Wv. They want the taw to compel Ihe operator* to furnish plenty of tliuU�r and have It pluc�Nl In themtwt convenient posit Ion for the inon. Am 10 ua^'H, one witneeH miiM he had eariNsI t\H low as ?8.7."� and hh high u* M27.nO a month, and naother an high as Ml to.on a month, nnd an low hh tflU.oo fur twelve days* work. Another UriinesK Niihl he only averag^il 11 days work a month during the winter owing to the ncurctty of earn. It wan MtiggeMed that the mini* ln-Hperlor Im� i'on>|telIed to pn:it in ^.a roiispiriiouN his report of the ct.ndlt* ions ot a inim* mi that the men can l�e Informed. Thin is the Inw In Hrili.vh Columoia. One wiinesK Ihotiglit Mini am nppivntH'f'ship sys-ti'in should l�e IntriNTuetMl in mineM, that hoys under eighteen should not lie glteii employment except iti the itii�kwh>N a at I tliat inir�t.M shout/1 pass an exutulnat loa l^fon* ls*ing employed ni working phu'e*. It wom iiIm> propo.m'd that the men should have a sny in the frnmfng rtf the Th Macs Only Uxoluaivn Mcii'h Outfitlfti*� In laOLUbriUije THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE UtAU OFFICE* TOKUMO 1. t. WALUK, Prttident ALBE. LAIRD, Qtatral Sbinagcr A. B. lit ELAND, SuptiUUndeut of Paid-up Capital, $109000f000 Rest, - - - 5.000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and Eaflaad A UE.MUtAL HANKING HL'SINI&S TRANSACTED COH^C^CIAL AND FARMERS' PAPfcfc DISCOUNTtO: SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Dcpuaitn of $1 and upward** received, und Intercat allowed at current nttc*. The depositor U aublcct to no delay whntowr In lha withdrawal of the whole or uuy portion off the dep. alt. BRANCHES IM AJLBKRTA CALr.AKV Ct.AKKSIIOI.M CO.MOMUN MUill INMM AIL I.KAVINC.S UCTHUKIDGK MAitKOO MANTON STAVEI.V PII4CIIER CKKKK STKATIICONA rONOKA MKlMi'l.NK HAT CBJ� UtfcR VKOKKVU.l.K VERMII AOS WKTAHKritVIN* LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE. MANAORR Bank Montreal I STAHI ISIUI) IHI7 Capital all paid up..... Kewrved I'uoil lalaiice Profit and I.ubx...... iu mm wmm Head Office, Montreal aiQHT hun, lou" HTUArilCONA ah� mount koval. Q a VTCEPrirgtPBNT: MtiN HIH UKuHUM A, DHUMMUKI*, K C. Branonen and Agenoies at al) t)e principal points In Canada Alnn in London, I nglut d, Keiv York, Chic�a�. Spokanu anU Kewtoundtancl Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit ond Commercial Credits issued for use in nil parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Pratt* told available at alt |>ohiu in Uulterop� a nil Canaila lnt�r���t ttllowcd on doponil* *�i current mlti Lethbridge Branch B. F. REEVE Manager rules of .a company ami rv In a iniisplcuoim |Aace. Ho clnlin^l thnt \w hud nevor aeen thoc-tor nroUlid the Mil'* mlm*, Tho Lille Vu. had not lived np to their r ngriwim*iit with Utevmcii. fulling to |iro\lric KiUHcleot timber. Wng>�s\veiv� linld uiiec* a month, ltt� udvonitcd twice it iiMMith pny. T. Ven-ttlntltm nt the mine *acik ffood and llH>re hml not been any fatal nccl -dent* during hlM employment tin*re. H n>ine until thvy. reached the age of 15 years. He reported thnt the Lille mine h�' of tin* ^allaot WTorts of the 1 o_w not a man cn�MSHl tht* hoove phiii*. Th�* \ initios uvnt into ihe gar in* ulih a dt*(i>rtutnatton t|i lh�* !*>hmmtou hunch out This gives each tenm a gatih* an I a tie this wvck and man-agcr Morrison will take the 1io>k io iloua to t|w* towns 1 u the Koulh wMh the rmination u� eliinh fariher up In their standing in the league. Moriisoa was iu the hox for Lcth-hridget Tht'ii* wen* eight hits mado oA h\u\ laii they were all singles, and with Ihe skill of an old ball player Morrison kept them well ncat-1 I ami prevented disastrous re-Kiots thai spring from Uunchi*d hits. I.tusi and Uranda Atlnms the hea\y Miter* of tlie I oca hi wetv not there nith the gnoda when a might mean it score. Tt was poor playing however, but Just hard luck. McClnir pitched for the capi-tula ami was .present In nil his usual form. Only two hits, vert* made olT him. Nunzie swatted a two Imgger ami the other w�ft a nlngle. l^ick nf support at critical points ami a wreak ne** on the stick 1 rnment qunrnntine statitm. Kcery available rWler frmn Tnlvr to How Isluud is in the party. It is feared however, -thnt the little girl wulJvcd into tin1 river once 'Jon often. (*tvat excitement prevails through -out the district. j K. Mughsnn w . an Ontario clothing firm and others. 'the ipiestion of publicity work was thoroughly discussed ami in resolution passi-d that the publicity com -mitties of the Hoard of Trade and 25,001) Club confer together with rogurd to approaching the City Council in connection with publicity work fur the year. Express Delivery Put oa. The Dominion I-:xpress Company has rcco'gui/.ed the need of a delivery { In iMhhridge and is pulling on a I I I delivery waggon, which will bo placed bit o comnrTssion just us soon as the equipment arrives and a horse jis procured. The business is increos-{ing so rapidly that this �lup is neces on ry. - - SIPS m -4- J 3 make a i For you and for us we desire presentment of the facts about Semi-Ready Tailor- c t ^ ' 1 " 1 � ing: the present day method of making good clothes for gentlemen. 2^ J*L J r. After you read this you can do, and will do just as you please about it. But you had bet-ter have the, facts, for it is unwise to do just as you please without having the facts. T. 1L 1 I * � ^ -k 4 V I Some Advantages of Semi-Ready � J % - - * * - 0 need not worry about what he gets lor it. The rich innn can afford to 1h� ill-dressed. But if you are going to sj)eiid less than ISO. sih*iu1 a good deal lesB and wear Semi-Ready Clothes. Wt* know what some of you will say : "I tried ready-made once- no. thank yon-they may do for some, hut I -can't be fitted, I'm peculiar.'* 'There's no style to them.'1 In other words, you don't know the facts, and you're losing money in youi bliss. Perfect Fitting Garment . r * j \ If you have not Iriod Semi-Ready Tailoring you do not know of the real progress which has � .lieeu made in making men's clothes through tin* Semi.reUdy physique type system and our tlivi-siou of ex|^rt laUir in our tailor shops. 9 My our Physique Type system the physical man is dividixl into seven distinct types, each tyiMi is subdivided into *"� variations ; 4 4 1 then make 15 sizes of each variation : 425 suits. That is why and how we can absolutely guarantee a perfect lining garment, Quality of Fabric. made in In the As for quality of fabric, the common ground of objection to clothes not the old wait-to-order way, wo established the highest quality standard, midst of a flood of adullered fabrics, in Ihe striving for cheapness and Imrgains sales, of merceriy.ed" cottons and shoody tweeds, which had carried nil the clothing milkers of the country into the making of inferior quality at inferior prces. we to �k our stand for sterling quality, and have remained firm iu adhering to all wool fabric* made iu Worsteds. Serges and Tweeds. We have succeeded even in raising the standard of made-in-Cauada Woollens through our famous Blunoz Serge Suits at 20.00. We have bought and imported direct from the British mills tine Worsted which only the high-priced tailors have the courage to buy through the cost-laden channel of the middleman. As for style, many custom tailors get their best ideas from our seini-anuual style books. Semi-Ready Styles are Created Wo create styles-not copy them, and our 15.00 suit has the same style as our 25.00. As for fit there is not one man iu 425 who cannot be perfectly fitted from any representative stock of Semi-ready Clothes-und that without delay-tall, short, thick, thin, high-shouldered, stoop-shoulderrd, sloping-shouldered, erect or over-erect. Men of all types our physique type system makes special clothes clothes to fit them. The '12dth man may have to wait a couple of hours to have j slight alterations made. That is where we stand now: no thread of cotton in any of our fabrics; all seuutH sewn with pure silk threads-no "inereeriziKr' cotton that looks like silk; all silk linings made of real silk. The clamour tor low prices and the very high price of wool debased quulity in many quarters, but we met it fairly, honestly and straight- ami we have strengthened our position eyen while doing the pioneer work for a tailoring system which must ultiuiniejy prevail. Semi-ready Tailoring, in lit. in style, in quality and in cultured tone expression are good enough for every man; and not too high-priced for any man. You will find it out some day; even though today you may bceoutuihd to abide by that which was ami is not now. A copy of our booklet, entitled "Dress and Address, tures some of our spring and summer mcdels. is yours for a simple request. It pic- 4  PHONE lOO LETHBRIDGE, ALTA J1 ^ 1 m ;