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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME � LbTniiti]r66B. A tpVSOAt� JUKE 13. 190t. Warm Weatfer Oothlng for Men In our Clothing and FttmiBhing Deittrtment vefjrthing it in readineflt for a rousing Sumoier Gooda Buainaaa. Yon tatt� and pocket can be auitetl hero to a nicety. Mer'a 2-piece Snits in grey home �pnna maile in D. B. atyle, Trbn-acra iiniahed with cuff bbttoma, price 112.00. Fit-Reform 2>pieoe Buits in light greya, honie-spuna. skeleton lined, price la 50. Men's 2-pieoe . s�iita in navy blues with white striiieridgie stock yards for five or six hours for no visibk; renson except for sheer neglect. Ho fed at' Winnipeg where accommodation was goo�l and at Schrdicn where it was ^-vry poor. It took eight to reach Montreal, llrogden the commission man through whom ho- shipped agrc�>thl)ridgc to Winnipeg. Cat- tle were,iW;.ji�^iJi*d 4iii�r-j^^^ re-gnrding his delay,: in tran^ii and new er s�k;Urcd an iBaW'cr. tjh) says lie lost �a,000 on acclfrtint the company's nogl�gBncei,rAnoti�e� year lie %l.aO Iter head m�rb lhaS he could, sMppoU io-GMolgo and niby coUl storage. rr. V. Marlon who went with the liii tic Uow Pcut>:^ mine treaink-nt as thoyothcrs 'fiiitm the C. P. R. . ' (AdditionaI r vBvi^lence on JPHge 2.) ChiM Not Y�l Womd. ITp to the time of going to prt'ss no word has been raccivcd that the little daughter of J T. Engtish o� Grassy Lake has been found. Ti.e hounds triic�^id her across set',a' places whore she had croKsed lise water and finally canu to u tli:-. where tracks ted into the river but where there worn none leading out. It is Ijalicved that she is drowned at thif> Place. J. i: l^lnxlish was for soHM-"ttflw a resident of tl�iji city, having wprk-,ed fotJF. O. CoMce in the City Bak-J l'��ces ':*iri'47^ family came from Cobouig |Vo'out:the stij'pl.v � J. W. Browbbf Medicine flat is in-apeotur of ichools: tor the ^i-Hrici included 'indistrict tron^AWalsh to Colctnnn and frwnjClaresh^nt to the Boundary."' inr this" di8tri0'):|hcre are 160 iichOols,. counting �^^:depart -ment as a iKilml.; Betwt^^^ and Maerch oIcvcb new bchonl dm-tricts were fornwd 1^ this Ji>s|iector-ate. Slnwr the beginning .cS^flie year about 160 .new teachers have come, into the inspeict^rate for iH>V\schools .school 'extensions,, and to", taki* t.l>o of those who have'ftcrt9d to Lethhridge. the schfKtiN.; thatuW�ntcre; really rloKi^4 iiecauHO the iSfopI^ � f;^w;cre not / anxioMs tO'g'ot.a 'teacher as the iiiit�il>cK of pupils; in' their JtytiDtpn, di.i netwar-nint the taxatioK nocessaJy. fAiimns; s^liehv.are Ke3y-ia��d� ' Roao^d:c>^ a.itd theft, If yoa want tlia best, come here. We're ready with Everjri Summery Need OUTSIDE, the Sunilrier ispi^ring toprbh^^ Jane. INSIDE, the store has U^n keyed to a rMdinnalnev^r attailpl ' ' It you buy it hara,yonknow it's right. faahiona were never more charming,�nd never barer we.dfafihiyed a giailfr ppofteioii bit fn�inM>ry needs. " Atid it's onr growing season, too. The splendid character of-J9otith6^^V|IW!a ave makfiigfrt for this store new friends eveiy weak. =, , -f Clothing that's All S^^^^^^^ Splendid Value !; T^e^^^ to builddothing-that's the right 'I way-tbe Semi-Ready Way. o n s no. tronWe for a ch^iing^ f^ ��w^fln�l��y-^Mrf�� tailoring. But to bnild fbrmerit, that*! i I ihernb-thatV where profit's vanish. It takes more trouble, more time, more conaoientioas taiW work, bat "the game is worth the candle/'at least ao the Semi- i toitoring atorea hava founds litrt-they're ddin�^bii^r' and btgoar baainesaetreiy week. ^ �?; ., A"�* �hat doea Semi-Ready Tailoring mean for the maii^ thai waara it? Latest styles, perfect fit-clothea that are worth i �W yoo I�y fo'tbein-and UKirer-and that'a tt^ doea not couie with every suit of clothes yon buy; vi � " ^ ^ Voiithrii, 'rhr�i�.Buttoiif Suits, lilOl^^^Ch^ ^  1^ DBityle. Material .la'Itrong'navy^^^^W English serge. . . r . J .*^*".�?T $1,50, $a.ei6, $2.�o~Aii the uteateNew York style featureainattmmer vests are in. s >terpretadrr^ripes, checks and dot pBtterAs;yeiy dressy. MenVTwo^Fiec�:Sunim�r SuUs;il5 taitorad in dne quality of American Worsteads,fiiiibionabie .abfldes of grey, fancy checks, stripes and phtid .patterns. Trousere with or witfaont cuffs, ^. . Men's Three.Ouarter Overcoats, $15.00-And light overcMjats win Iw needed this summer a^^^^ Materiak a�e blacky unfinished worsteds,: vicunas^ ^w^^ 4 oheriots, also herring bone effects in alive'phudca. I arid and'.piiWiahiiig ne�*s . atlPOWyOwU Toui AlietB, - 113.000,000 i carbolic 1,'kclj- 4i> tnjuro'the country'.* Iter is ahnos4 the only instance of i.he kind tritnl in Canada u|Mler the section of the ci>de dealjing' with tbnt olT,>ncc. The civil list while not complete ' will 'nb* " proljaMy be a. ,lon�4one, .thei-e l)Oing-now only four i^iuli debt (^ases set down for trial. I'p to.the prcseni^haiseare no crim-inol cases for tho CJrrt cn.so. � �'�. .1 Bniches tlu-oiiehsut Cmds, at4 U the U Biciu� pwaiisiw 'iawr I^J^j^jwiJiliMrt^ l>7:iiiiiU with tmy Ir-oli BRANCHM M AUnunA V CALfJARV i^EAVINGS IMimON tTAVBtV CLARESHOLM LETUBRIDOB flMCHBR CKBEK tTRATHCONA BOMO.ViON MACMtOO fONOKA VBJBREVatB HIGH RIVER MBOIc;iNB HAt Mn OBBB VBRMII.ION INNISKAIL WKTASKIWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C Q. K.; NOUR8B.   . MANAABR Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 CsfHal all paM a�..... tHtrvciFaad........ alaac* Profit aad Lass. �    A'*   .    .tIMIMII, NyMMW mm Head Offic%||i|ntr^l PREBIOEIfT:v; araar Hon. lohd Ta*THooaa:aRB.imw�lM�rai., a, ova. o, '� VICE-HoM. SIR eaoaoa a. I g. c. �. o. ranenaa and Agenoiaa at all �*�prlncipal;paiHta in Canada Alio ill L.oudon, En(|l�x d. Ma.wr Yorki^ahiaaaO. ^ Sppkalt^e and-KawfouiMland Travallars' Circular .Letters (rf Credit andOommareial Credlta - lasuedtOrttae In all parte of.the.world. COLLECTIONS ICAOB ON FAVOClABLiB TERMS Drsftasold svstlsbla at all polata la UaUaS Butt*. Rarofe faaS CsaaSs Inlerfst allowed �n depealla mt eurrmif relaa '"�'.fiy ' ...^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Lethbridtfe Branch - SI^S""* Dr. .). O; rUathorfoiid has annpunc; e'i'th the disease hitlicrto di'agfmscd' by An^rican and Canadian votinaHans is thus ftitly estatrlished. A detailed report of t'he discovery and of the work which led up to it and of the steps sal MMiuently taken will be publishixi later. The above facts are taken from a letter published by Dr. Rutft>-! erford in the Medical Record of New Vork, .lime �lh. This trypanosoma is of the same class as the tr.M^anosoma that produces the sleeping sickness of the Congo but is an entirely different bug." � Winniiieg, 'fune 10.-Tenders mil be callcdr-for-nt once for eg Tri-} biine:. ams'-.r, s A'speoilal imrebaae for which we praGtialdW named our,bp4'p|[i^..^Mk;-'ttM�''V  wm^w^^i-wr. iniong'tlfem semi4>�'g-tAl�.�P*l ''^u.^ m , . like going iU'S^Bmife^^^ You hate Uttaks(iMrtiratJliok^hanira fihe;^^ 1^ styles and^e new1PanlU|�ji ara?eoideAy'Ont of^ih'eTorainsi^^ Ibr drossy effect this sumiiiei?&-" ^>v' Men's Straw Hats- Popular vBtiater'? style, ^ado fraiir| Ane pedal braid, with bliick silk band. A dressy and most ^> coml^rtable hi.t. Sizes 6g to 7^. Prices $1.3JI to $2^50(6 Men's Painama. Hats'^These have been made by Sovth 1 A ....>r��,n w'TtiHrfsl ill -the t'HuKo'' and other styles^ sqnare |] Miti silk band; A^ hat fbi^ ^ prices $7.S0tp $2sf^rn runs changQ here. The passenger engines still change at MacLeod. .\s soon as the Soo-Spo-kunc trains stnrt all engines, will change here, It is not likely that the Soo-Spokrt'ne fast tine will be put into operation until July 1st. KccBptioB' ^ fliif. llBrriBOB. The congregation of Wesley church is adoptihjg a new method of hdding the usual reception to the incoming nfSnister. On- Sunday morning un dross of welcome will be extend^] tu Mr. and Mrs. Harrison to whichivtho new pastor will reply. Afte^ ihc speech- muking is over, the.' tnmiiiiers of tho congregaMon. will have ap opportunity of ..meeting Mr. and Mrs. Hay Protp�et�. From all over the country cciiic ' reports of the e.xcellent prospacts of a big. crop of hay. Tho grass Is said to l)e in the best condition ever seen at this time of the yr and it is .^till | growing very rapidly, B ' New MiM MBchiacry. Tlie A. R'. & I. Co. are installing! a iKtx-car loader that will lie a great saver of tinio and labor. The | loader shoots t{|ie ccal into the car filling up all the corners obviating | the necessity of shovels. A new set | of Kcalcsfor weighing cars �re l)cing installed also. The store reconlsshow that a year ago on Sattirday j. dul very hi^ b,.ines.-in boys' clothing. We won't be mf^ Xl'lZ Ilong and come in tehind when the day's sales dre.U^ed^up- W� f out to win the race. Here are values that shouUl start ns off brti rush. Read, mothers! and early with a: Manly i)-piece Suits, of fine English grey serges also 2 piece Norfolk Suits, splendidly tailored in imported tweeds and worsteds. Tliese smart suitahave all the latest style features, maQly, Well squared shoulders, shaped lapels, tight fitting collars. Suits that are equally approjirinte for school or best wear. i , \1 i New Town SUbs. The owners of the quarter-sections I at Iturdel't andllow Island are having their quarters sub-divided for town sites. l^cy expect to hsvc tovns there in a short tic, . as the settlers are going into their respective districts very quickly. A local atirveying firm has tjoth 'these con-trocts. Harrison. It is expected that all of the members of the church and a great mony of the adheiwts and friend's will be present to welconw to assume the new pastor of Wealey Church. here. New Collcdor off4>iBtost. BiSttiSiw�*^�*tifliiia^ The Springy Step of Youth I The " WALK-OV�R " shoe gives you a apringy elastic step and yet its resiliency does not retardjitadurabilityi And ' when it cornea down to a matter of external appearance; whero can yon find a handsomer or more stylish looking shOi; at anything like the price the " WALK-OVER " coats. The makers have put more " know - how," more: styling, more good material and more all-round bsttarm'ont into " WALK-OVER " shoes than any other make at higher cost can boast. A pair of " WALK-OVERS " will m^k* you our firm friend. ; * Come in and get aeqtiainted with " WALK-OVER ' SHOES Prices - $5.00, $5.50r IB^OO 11 Fret.'n appointed to tiw IHisilion in LoH�bridg� to take tho place of ohn Kenny, who hns \H>cn promoted to the .4l^erta ins|)cctor-ate of Customs offices. Mr. Shaw tamo in from Caids'ton on Tuesday his duties in the oAco PHONE 100 LCTHMIDGL ALTA. ;