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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 2 L�THBRIDGE. A^BSltf A. tllUBSUAY. JUNK 6. MOT. Tk� Store of Quality. fll SatitfAction " For Style and Real Comfort Maide in every right fabric and made to fit. Once wenr ii Cout Shirt and ynn will wmvx go hack to tliH old '*ov(>r tlie lioud' style. iJiit btj sun* yon get the right ooat, Bliirt. Oura are cut to Ht sangly, yet v-ithont binding anywhere. A finw range of aizea always on hand from 14 to 18. W.G. &R. Coat Shirls in all the iiowuBt nlofh materials. Prices 1,15, 1.25,1:35,1.S0. Silk and Wool Crepe Skirts Shown in. solid colors, . blues and tans. Prico 2.25. Just the thing for iiot-woatbM-W..CJ. �fc R. Nec^ ligee Shirts, shown in Itnit-nels, lustre, silks, and silk and liuen. ioiingo collars to match. Prices 1.75, 2 0U, 2.2a ami 3.25. Austrian CollarB ami Cuife-VV'e carry a fuil ange of sizes iu the A us triaii Cdiars. U to IS. Coai cShirt Just ilip it on like a cost-net a runiiit to the bcMOih. Fits mugly over ihe iluiuUen. Clomfortabtir roqaiy under the anm. Girrectljr prnpnrtioacd ifcevci- genet' out lenoth. Macfe to look well, wetr! weB. fit well Dmm and buMM* ilylM. wkiit wd calaMd. ^fSS^ Msken. Beilm. Caaada 2 Macs Only Exclusive Men's Out/itters In liAt^bridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE - UMO OFFICE. TORO.M'O E-sTAiiisMco taav >. K WAUCn. Prtiident IUJL IJUBPi OMMral BUnaxer A. & niLAMD, Superintendent of randiee Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest. - - - 5,000.000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Bnaclte& tbroucbout Canada, and in the United SUtes and Biciaad ' A GEINERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED COI^EtCIAL AND FARMERS' PAPEi? DISCOUNTCO: SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Dcposita of $1 and upwards received, and tnt�reat allowai at Mrront rates. The d�pu8itor la sublcct tu ntt diirlay whatovar'ln IIm wttlidrawal ut the whole or any portion of the dep. stt. CALOAKV CI.ARICSIIOL.M EDMONTON KK'.H KI\XK INMSKAIL BKANCHBf l%i AA.BKRTA LEAVI.NCS MANTON STAVEI.Y LKTIiBRIUGE l1�{ClfER CKERK STRATMCONA M.ACLEOD rONOKA VEGREVII.LK MEUU-INE.IIAT V�n OEKR VERMILION WETASiaVVIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE. - - . MANAOBR ESTABMSHED 1817 Capiial all paid up...................IH.IM.IN Reserved Fund...................... IO.MI,Nl Balance Profii and Lubr.............. Head Office, Montreal PBESIOKNT: MiaHT HON. t.ORU STBArHC'ONA AMD HOUMT HOVAI., 0. O. M. 0. vfcE-PREfilDBNT: HON. MIK CIKOaaK A. DHOMMONn. X. C. M. C. R. !l. RI.OtlSTOf, GltlllAL ktMiOKK Brancnes an4 Agencies at all Uapr^o'cipal points in Canada Also in liondon, Bnglsi d, New York, Cliicago, Spokane ahd KfaWiloundland Travellers' Circular Letterj^of Credit and Commeroial Credits _^las�ed for use in aH parts.of, the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft* Mid available at all |ioinu In United Statet, Bnrope land (Canada ' lht�r��f allowed on dopoeils aireurrfnl' raloa Lethbridge Branch - l^i^^'' FRANK MINERS Eight Hour Pay ftAdComp�M�IPjtii Act. tit cUef Mjccto -Miaortiftlliii^t. (S|>t'Cial to HeraW.) P'j'.ink, .lime 0.-Ycstcitlay llie Coal ('onimi.ssion hcaitl the evidence of Lhroe ininors oiiiployod in the rn(no n t Uolluviit! lien ! lioro. Thec�! men favored an olgbt hur �?!�>' toank to liank law, which "they hiid urHlcr ah ngreenient With tho coinimny nnd r.omiwnsntion bcI. Ttio usual argu-inifnts were nilvuticwl, ' Wuge� Hwsnv cd to he KiUi.ffactory. Wcix- it not thnt the'w�g�!.s |)cr riny rcsa hikJ fell nnd a.s high u�.*l27.00 a'nionth, ami another as higii as ^HO.OO u uionth. ami as low as *I.S.OO for twelve days work. Another wiitncss "said he only uvcraged I'l diiys work n month d to pout in cons|>iciiou.s hi.*! re|)ort of the ctndit-ions of a itiiiio so thnt the men can iiiforinud. This is the law in Ui'itish Cohimihin. One . witness though't tilwt an aiiprcnticeship sys-teiii should. j)c intrinTuced in mines, that l>oys under eighteen should not lie given employment exeej>t at the gangway.s nnd that ininL-rs slioul^l pas.s. an e.xnmilnation Ijei'ore licihg em-liloyod at working places. It . wn.��-nl.^o proposed that the men . should have a say in the irnming of the rnlen of ti'- company'jind ihat tbc-w Inilpx 'i*oiiW. |� rlgidjir' *i>forc�l. Any one liot dlwervlnf tftcni 'slioutd. lie ptinliiiiGd'. '''iWl^ol^i^sm' �i�J,�jiif;nlso. Re piinislHMl i^; tHti^'diMMrMflttttMl in their^\hoic able to npcnJc J^I^MT. f^|M> nicn Would be 'abWf*S^:,w^,lt�H^^ liet. ler;^^ M'!^i>ii0^W^mM^ are paid nionthiy,''f!hey. Wnni^^ tfie pay day to"ho fortnightly. *?,. Frank, .lune H.r-At jthiw morning's sunMion the mh�l* from-..feiHe gave |e'i^t�)encc bciom the coal Jm.missi�n, Iw-'faiored an ,;�*p�t *i�ir doy, n compensation act, a lawJ-v-j comiH*l operators .tei^^ itg�p?;M tirtnljer adtac�nt 'tu' the wnjrklDa' phtcos and t he posting of: report jn a coiLsplcMOiia. iflacei Hr cJninioil that he had ney�r fliM in- spector around' tliB>iu|lle iiirltM!. 'f he Lille (;o. had :not Ut�d tip to their agreement �:lth the;^.U�cu. faiIing \ei>B very irregular.' Hi.H highest pay check had l�en aiW? and his -fowejct *.=i7. \en-tilation at the..tnine was gomi nnd thoro had not JiOm^ any fatal acci -dcntft during M|f{"�;a�plo.Vwcnt there. Hi- thought t'h6^ia�r ahoaid Ik> changed to'iorbid the'.enniloi^incn'l of boys in the ntine uiitil^'-thvy. t^^achc*! the ag� of J.', .voafcsij He;rn case of accilinonton bunch out. This gives e��ch teani' a ganw ami a lie this week and manager Morri-son will take the boys ill go;-y down to the towns In the south with the deteriaination lo ,cliniib farther up in their, .standing in thi" league. Morri.son wns in tl�c box for I..Dth-bridge, There were eight hits ntade off. him, but. they were all singles,, and with the skill of an old ball pinjer Morrison kept them well scattered ami- pr: lies�t�! trt^' move morir,l)ri�lcjy for tha'loeels i� the eighth; bat a fast double pla.v by the co.�l ndners provort that they were no novitcs in the gMM andcut olT all ' chanooc of tho home team, isi^rtrig. fp to the fifth inning.s neither skk; scon>r I'ln the oigMh and held, the locals down to /oro. Score by innings: w fjethbridgc .:! .... 0 0 0 0 1 0 O I 0-2 Ednionton ..... 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 STAXmNO. Soift^ good Diloring xm For Y^u and for desire to makc^aiiJilailii presentment of the facts about Semi-Ready Tailpr-iiig: the present day method of making good clotlicg; forgentlemen. ^ After you read this you can do^ and probably witldo just as you please about it. But you had bet*^ ter Mv^ thtfaits, for k is unwise to do just as yolp please without having the facts. rin.ve�l. Medicine Hat ..14 ' 1-VUnontort~ ,......1.3 Calgary .........14 l..ethbridge . ...13 Won. Lost, P.C. 11 3 786 7 rt .5:J8 fl 9 ..157  9 .:J08 t;algar,v lost to Medieine Hat again last night by the score of �}_1. Heavy hitting was the feature of the game.. Child Lost at Grassy Lake. .\ little nine-year-old daughter of a homesteader -called English at OrAsr sy Ijike is lost. She followe river and along the river. Several filncos she seems to have walkc.. .f. E. fltighson were presented with a complimentary nildiess. Mr. Hughson j received a fi/r-lined cpnt to encounter the severe winter of tho summer months of Ontario. Mrs. Hughson ' and Margaret wore also reineniOierMt by the congregation. Regret attheir depnrtuiv and wishes for futmw success were the subjects of several short s|)oeches. Some Advantages of Semt4teaily i �You will Kml in every large' city a few cuatom tailors who make cIoth(>� really worth imyiiig for; they give yon the liest of quality, the heat of tailorioK, fit, style. These are the thingayou pay the extra money for. They charge from 9.'i5 totrjOfor ��ti- a suit of the stinie fabrics which are made up in the $1'), 2(1 and 25 "senii-rendy" suits. Any man who does not neetl to worry about parting with $50 need not worry 1:.: , aboiit what lie gets tor it. Tlie rich niau can atford to l>e ill-dressed. But if yon are going to spend less than $50, spt'ud a good deal less and wear Semi-It*>ndy'; Chithes; We know what some of yon will say : 'I trit'd rondy-made once-no, thank yonv-.they.: may do for sonic, but I can't 1)0 fitted, I'm peculiar." "There's no style to them." ln-;,olher; words, yon don't know the facts, and you're losing money in yoHi bliss. ii A Perfect Fitting Garment If ytiu have not triotiSiMni-Ready ;5PAi)oring yon do not know of the real progress which has' f .Ijeeu mmlo in making men's clothes through the Hemi-tehdyphysiqnetype system anil oiirdivi^ sion of expert lulior'in our tailoY shops. ' Byonr Physique Type system the physionl man is divided into seven distinct type's,-eaebv typ(5 is snWividetl into 5 variations ; we then make 15 sizes of each voriation : 425 suits. " " That ibi wliy and how we can absolutely gtiaranteo a perfect iitting garment. Quality of Fabric. As for qnaiity of fabric, the common ground of objection to clothes not made in the old wait-to-order way, we established the highest qnaiity standard. In the midst of a flood of lulultered fabrics, in the striving for cheapness nnd bargains sales.' of "mercerixed" cottons and shoody tweeds, which had carried all the elotliing niak- -ers of tho country into the making of inferior quality at inferior prices, we to >k onr stand for sterling quality, and have remained tinn in adhering to all wool tubrics-- made in Worsteds, Serges and Tweetls. We have succeeded even in raising the standanl of made-in-Canada Woollens through our famous Blunoz Serge Suits at 20.00. We have bought nnd imported direct from the British mills tine Worsted M'hich 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 semi-annual style books. Express Delivery Put otk. The .llon.viiijon 'Express Company has recognized tho nee�l of a delivery I./>thbridge nnd is putting on., a in delivery waggon, which will lie placed into coiiwjffssion just as .soon us the c(|ulpnicnt arrives ami a horse is pi;ocuiyd. The business is increasing sn rapidly tliut this step is ncces stiry. Board of Trade. The ivgular meeting of the Board (f Trade was held last night with Vice-Pres, M. fiarford ia the chair. Ton new mciiviicrs were elected, E.A^ [ Cunningham, chairman of the Indus- j trial coimni'itoe' gave a very sntis -factory report of work of. the past , .vear. The Ellison Mill and the Wool j lea Mill's location here being direct result of this coauaitties Work.. The committee is in cornsspondonco'^with \\. If. fOddy Co. f(.r a match factory ttnd an Iowa Packing Co., an Iowa Implement Co., an pntarto clothing firm nnd others. The cpiestion of piiblicily work was thoioiighltV di.scussed ami in .resolution puK.sixl Hint the publicity com-niilties of the Itoard of Trade and S.I.OOf) Club confer together with iv^ard to approaching the ~ City Council in connection wiith publicity work for the year. Semi-Ready Styles are Created We 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 in 425 who cannot be perfectly fitted from any representative stoctk of Semi-ready Clothes-and that without delay-tall, short, thick, thin, high-shouldered, atoop-shonlderrd, sloping-shouldered, erect or over-erect. Men of all types-our phvsique type system makes . clothes clothes to fit them. The 42fith man niny have to wait n couple of hours to have 1^- m,- specia slight alterations uiaile. That is where we stand now: no thread of cotton in any of our fabrics; all seams sewn with pure silk threads-no "inerceriztKl" cotton that looks like silk; all silk linings made qf real silk. The clamour for low prices and the very high price of wool debased quality in many quarters, but we met it fairly, honestly and straight--and we have strengthened our ix)sition eyen while doing the pioneer work for a tjiiloring system which must ultimately prevail, Semi-ready Tailoring, in fit. in style, in iiuolity- 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 totlay yon may beconttnttd lo iibideby thnt a�hich was and is not now. A copy of our booklet, entitled "Dress and Address," is yours for a simple roijnest, II tares some of our s(;ring and sutnna>r nicdels, ' ' SOUTHARD LETHBRIDOi:. ALTA. ;