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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 j ^ - E s t1. .1 � \ s3 i 4 �I 1. j � AM > t. L i � j4 1 + _ i * 4 :5> . * 1 - 7f. _ j � h - � sri ^4 � 4 f I 4 t 3* t J :k \> til ;f it I. 7' 'r1 'Mi .1- lr {St, fl*, - Ml f_( A1 V- M.1 ^ - 'TJ-| "I 1^ if* h v - ' i- -V 1.1 J> f > M-V _ h 1 r 1 Volume V -1 4l ^ L- 1 ^ pi Ix p UUSDAV. JVm 13. 190t If |V7 JJ - f ( 3. > F" fc\ 4 * rf5 L f Omltty. k If t if, Warm ^1- EVIDENCE - j^ � p V f� i 1 4h k c -J ^1 1 �KM 1J ft _ 1 -- f J EHcMs rctthii EvMtict .1 tlee/ for Men In our Clothing nml Furnishing Department everythinff te in leadineM for a rousing Summer Qooda Buiinen. Yon tatte and pockot can be auitetl hero to a nicety. ^ - t-pitc� Sttilt ^ M*ui-a 2-piece SniU in grey home puna marie in D. B. style, Trou- acra fintahud with cuff bottoms, priee $12.00. Fit-Reform 2-pieee suits in light greys, hotue*spmis. sketeton lined price 18.&0. Men's 2-piece suits in navy blues with white stripe flannels S. B. style, price 10.80. Pit-Reform Norfolk suits in home-spuus, skeletoii^liiiHl. Trousers finished with cuff bottoms, price 16.50. Eiilish Flannel 2-piecc Salts Mtide in 3, B. style, white color with black and blue pin stripes, priees 15.00 mid 10.00. V, m nlon Utis mo ruing wotv chiefly ranch* em who i\ars to .ranch Mont rant. Ilrogrion the convmiA-'�ton mnn through whom he *htpper head more inntt he could hMpirmJ io Chicago nml nmde nhout |l-ft0 per. head more thuit ho could ^hftve made In Montrbnl or Wlnnl|�cg ttftef luiylng duty and got (l good riu( on 4hs AnvricAn rA(lwnyK - nH they Alloved him to fewl* every 24 hours. He 4ihlnkH the government could handle moot trnoen received that the little daughter of .1. T. Bngtihh ot OrAs&y Ijakc hoH been found. TI.e hnuirds trncvfl her ncroHn Hef*io* plneca where alio had crowied the water and linnlly came* to u ->Ux wherv irncks \&\ Into the river but where there were none leading out. It U Iwlicved that ahe 4* drowned at this* place. J. i'. Knglihh waa for Home time n resident of ibis city, having work- Bi| WMriel L Trousera for Summer Wtnr j. W. Brown of Medicine IIhI \* \n �pee tor of schools for the dLntrlct m clutlcd In Hhe district fron*Wnl�h to Colcmnn and from CtareNhol boundary.; In thia districthero nr�> 160 Kchootat counting eoVh depart ment as a school. Ilctwcor and Maerch eleven new f^-hool diK-triols were formal In thl� inKi-ector-atc. Since the beginning oT^tl about 140 new tcacliera have coma into the Inspectorate for uev tchooW school cxtenalonn* ami to taki* the places of thoae who hnve �|i�*.ort? *re really cht^Jf iNwaiiM in Lethbridgo will lie hold on the first Tiicadny of July before Mr. Jus-tin* lfnrvey of Mncleod. There ore fo*n on the criminal IfHt luit it Is doulHful If all these will con* On for tHnl. The rrmrgvs nt>� theft. IM'H the i^eople �we not, ^nxio*m to got u teacher as the i^mi^v ut pupils, in their opinion, uij ,u t wai rant tho mxation n^HHuty Among hmcIi are Newlandiu^UoM* J. i Qthera in thu diHtvici %> i - HftUD KSTAaUSUSD im7 carbolic ixcUi mid piridbrhiiig nous likely -to injure the country.' The latter In nlntosi the only imttmuv of the kind ti-i'Nl in t'anupniiosonut equlpcrdum, of mnlsd^e do coit nt the Jjethbrldgo (piaiMntine station. This was demon hi rated first >hy Mrs. A.c Watson and M. V. Cintlhnn fi*om a house owned > by ft. Tiflin and wab. subsoquentty conflrmer. C. if. Wiggins. The ideiit'ity of dourine as .seen on the enflflWffL^wiIh lJk� ilis-ease hilherlo diflgrft�e1l by American aud t'anadian vet innrinns is thus fully established. A detailed report of the discovery and of the work which led up to it and of the steps sut ae culled for at once for n bridge, .vhich, when compli�ted, will In* oiu� rt juf th�j, longest In the world. The bridge in question will \n> built for the C.1VH. nt Ijcthbrldge. on the Oron/a Neat line. The bridge will be one mile! long und aoo feel high. Mr. .1. Schweitzer, engineer for the f C.p.rt.; informed a-Tribune reporter, this moirving that tlie tenders would b� cat tod for at once. ' -Mr. It. S. Lea, of Monirottl, one of the waterworks experts for the city, has just returned from UHhhridgo, where he una in company with (Mr. HchwciUer looking over the site of the proposed bridge.- Winnipeg Tribune. ProtM From report s � big all over the country e� uu> of the excellent prosfvets of crop of hay. Th in the liest condition ever seen nt this time of the yqar. * The alternate rain ami hot days are caus-ing the gniss to grow with tima/ing rapidity There is sunVicnt grass aliwidy on too prairie to feed �the stock all summer and it is still growing very rapidly. Mm MtchiAcry ESTABLISHED 1817 Capllal all m Rtstrvcw Fan ialaace Prolll aa. Lasa  f s a m Head Office. Montrca Lalhbridgc Now a Taraiiaal. Starling last Monday all freight engines and rrewtt for tho eastern ami vestern runs ehnngo here. The passenger engines still change nt MacLeod. As soon as the Soo-Hpo- kano trains atari all engines will change hew. It la not likely that the Soo-Spokane fast line will he put into operation until July 1st. Tlie A. It. A I. Co. aro installing u box-car loader that will lie a grout saver of time and lutmr. The loader shoots tho era.I into the car filling up all the corners obviating the necessity of shovels. A new sot of sculcsfor weighing cars no* lieing inwtalk'd also. New Town Sites. The owners of the quarter-sections at Hiirdett und Mow Island are having their quarters sub-divided for town sites. They expect to have tovns there in a short tie, as the settlers are going into their respective districts very quickly. A local surveying firm has both these con-t ra ct s. v?4 I - - b lit PRESIDENT: SIGHT HON. lord ST* at HOG* a amd .moustc bota fc VICE- HON. HIH OKOItU Reception to Rev. HftrriwOA Branonaa a^nd Agenoiqs at all il* principal potnta in Canada Also in Loudon, Enplat c\ Kaw York, Ohioaao, Spokane and Newfoundland Tr^vsllara' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drsfu sold atstlsbls at all potutt in Uuitai Sistst, Bsrops fa** Closes Inter**! allowed on dapaslls at current rates l r Lethbridge Branch aceve w-a 1 * The congregation of Wesley church is adopting a new method of holding the usual rec*e{vtion to the incoming nilnistor. on Sunday morning an dress of welcome will Is* extendi*! to Mr. and Mrs. Harrison to which) the now pastor will reply. Aftci; the s|)ccch- tnuking is over, the tnonvlws of the congregation will havu an opportunity of inoeting Mr. and Mi*s. Harrison. It is expected that all of iho jueml>ors of the church anil a great many of the adherents and friends will be present* to welcome tho new pastor of Wesley Church. of C�*to�s Fn-d Shaw, who has lx*�n Collector of Customs .it Cardston for many years lias U*i>n appointed to tin* posh inn in l^tlibrMgv* to take* llu* place of John Kenny, who hus Ihvii promoted Ut the Aljiiertn ins|k�ctor-ate of Customs ofllces. Mr. Shaw j cat no In from Cardston on Tuesday to assume his duties in the office here, If you want t)i� best, come here. V �^1 tut I: 1 t sf - f If you buy It her�t yon know it's right. J.a - - v.* . .1 .r � ^V*a^ j^utuftnt yajuea V j tor this store new friends every week. -v. .-T ? - 1 fee -L Clothing that's All Style "Wearability Splendid Value �*yTT�A$?K?Zl 10 ,,HiM C,�th,ngrJRl,t ltd for looks, but 1 for merit, that*s "A 5* ^1 1 * - *-Sfe^ 3 .-f ^ JlLU.k^.more ,ro,.lWe' more time� more cotiioieiitioai tailor work, but "the gnme is worth tlie eandle."at least so the Hi Bendy tailoring stores have found out-they're (loins*bimer i and biginr business every week. ws .u^And wi?4 ^"'.-Kewly Tailoring mean for the man that wears it? Latest styles, perfect tit- clothes that are worth all you pay for tlipui-aud more-and that's a satisfaction tbnt does not come with every suit of clothes you buy. YouthV Thro-BwOon Suits, 91O.0O-C�t in smart 1L !S,tt?,,,f, 8'ml DB�ty'e. Material js strong navy blue English serge. ' Men'* Fancy Wash Vests. $1.50. $2.00, $!?.�0- All the latest New York style features in summer vests are in. terpretad-stripes, checks and dot patterns, very dressy, Mei! V^"1?15" S1u,,,m��, S�"�* �l�.0O-Nobby suits, tailored in fine quality of American Worsteads, fashionable slindes of Krey, fanny check., stripes and plaid .patterns. Trousers with or without cuffs. Men's Three.Quarter Overcoats, $15.00-Ami light overcoats will Ihj needed this summer as never before. Materials lire bluck, unfinished worsteds, vicunas and t cheviots, ulso herring bone effects in nlive >huehind when the day's sales dre totalled up. Heru ure values that shojihl start us off bright and early with Saturday we did a {?ig businesi \t be satiatiod this year to tag We're out to - V1 ;