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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALllBRTA. THURSDAY, MARCH 21.1907. HUMEIR 20 Ths Store of Quality. Sstjsfaction OvtraatMJ Fit-Reform Fine Tailoring New Spring Styles Ready Don't do Any Buying Until yov Confirm the Ctoinu w� Make Regarding 'The Fit-Reform Tailoring" Every Garment it Fully Guaranteed. FIT-REFORN TAlLOn.iH.%DE SUITS Made from fino imported Tweeds thoroughly tailored perfect Bitting Price.........................$19.00 DRESSY TAILORED SUITS FOR SPRING These suits arc made from fino imported home spun* and Serges, perfect fitting ami guaranteed to keep their shape ready for service or made to measure. Price......................$10.00 FIT-REFORM TAILOR-MADE SUITS $20.00 Fit-Reform Suits at this price nn unequal for style, fit and workmanship, nn endless variety of fine imported fabrics to seleot from they conio in any style ready for service are made to your measure Price.............................$10.00 FIT-REFORM TAILOR-MADE SUITS Made in any style from the finest qualities of Scotch and Irish Tweeds and worsteds, new shoulders perfect shape keeping ready for service, nru inudo to your measure. Price.... $21.00 Fit-Reform line worsted suits tailor-mudu. Price.......$25.00 Tailor-Made trowsers. Prices 3.50, 4.C0,4.50, 5.00 and 6.00 Every gnrm >nt tinis'ied to your measure on the premises. OSHASKY GOES FREE Sudden Termination of the Dynamiting Caie--J�dga Sif-ton Dismisses the Caae. It Look ahotit two mlnutdH (or Jutlgu Slfton to clone up tho coso of M. Oshasky accused or dynnmitlng W. Scull's residence during tho coal strike. AI ihc last sitting o( tho Supreme Court, the cnno was positioned to allow a commission to take tho ovldenco In Chicago of the Thiol detective In the cane. When  court was called this morning;, tho prosecuting attorney, C. P. V. Cony- boare, KC, said, that the evtdcnco had not arrived. The Judge said that the prisoner should not be kept lu prison any longer without a trial and dlsiuldsod the case. C. F. Harris acted (or this prisoner. The Lethbrldge Brewing and itatt tug Co. got Judgment against J. S. 1 Hull lor (99 on a small debt case, Johnstone (or plaintiff; W C. Simmons (or de(cndant. BANKS REFUSE TO LEND MONEY | Bank. Refuse to Lead Money for Speculation-Reserve Funds for Municipal Enterprises. Oar Ladies1 Costumes are smile producers.,. See our nobby Spring Coats. They pleas*. Instructions have boon received r�y the local bank managors from their res|icctlvc general managers to refuse to advance ntoncy on real estate and lo reserve bank (unds for the cn  couragonicnt of the more stnblo enterprises. This Is a general order to all their branches and is not in any way the outcome of any special activity in real estate in bcthbridgc. Tho stringency of the money market tho world over demartds carethat lunds may be available (or Saben  lures, mortgages, and the assistance of Industrie*, wholesale houses and olher non-speculative businesses. Ttie higher rale of Interest likely to re-'sult from the present financial situ-I alion may Interfere to some extent with building operations throughout I the continent. New Town South Line J. II. Hunter of Dayton, Ohio,who has large land holdings about ten miles soulh of Stirling, says that a new town to be railed New Dayton is to be built in that district. An hotel and livery stable are to be erected at once. A number of act -tier* are due to arrive about the first of April. Mr. Hunter anysthcrc will be exec-naive settlement in this district in lliu near future, and that New Dayton will be a good town. fatal Accident at Reliance Thomas Gibson, a cage man at the. Ileliance mine near Taber was killed yesterday afternoon by being crusbod between I ho cage and the track. Coroner J. D,, Illginbothain and mine j inspector IS. lleathcote left lasmight to conduct nn Investigation, \V. A Aubin .manager of the llcliance Coal Mining Co., was in the city when � lie received a telegram making hint (aware of the accident.  } BEWITCHING Styles in NEW SPRING COATS Have you seen our new spring coats ? They are lovely ! Enthusiastic appreciation of their rare beauty, their distinction and refinement, their modish elegance, is the one theme of all who have had the good fortune to see theui. It is impofsible to describe these beautiful coats. We oanuot do justice to thetn. They must be seen to oe fully appreciated. Their's is a beauty that has never boan achieved be tore in the art of tailoring. Ail Our Stylea are of an Exclusive Character and ndd Special Interest to this Display of Modish Elegance and Beauty A CHARMING COAT of stylish all wool tweed in smart overcheck patterns. This coat is made with loose fitting back, and front in Double Breasted Style, notched collar, and turned-up cuffs trimuied with velvet. Special Value at.............................$0.00 A MODISH COAT made in seven-eighth length, loose fitting style, tailored .in all wool ciavenette, in fawn, grey and checks, the front and back are overlaid with wide straps of self, fiuished with stitching mid buttons. The flat collar and turned back cuffs are trimmed in the same way. Price ...................$11.50 A NOBBY SPRING COAT made from all wool fawn covert cloth with tight fitting back, finished with new designs of strapping of self with new pocket effect. Two styles of f ront.semi fitting and tight. Hip length. Price...........$12.00 A HANDSOME COAT of light tweed, built in Gibson effect, cut in double breasted style and notched collar trimmed with broadcloth and silk braid seven-eighth length. Price.. $15.00 A BEWITCHING MODEL made of extra fine quality light broadcloth, tailored in Gibson with triple shoulder capes, the flat collar is of silk velvet overlaid with silk braid in hartnoefns colors and finished with fancy silk stitchiug. Price..................................$28.00 Saw Mill to be Buin. Public Health Act The 2 Macs Only Exoluslve Man's Outfitters In Lattobrldge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE W. I>. Hanson, the Kuuteliay lumberman haa purchased three acres from Piche and Miron up tho river, and will proceed at once to erect a sawmill. Mr. llanaon expects to spend between 840,000 and $50,000 on the mill which will be equipped with the very bent machinery cal  culaled to produce lumber for the market in this part ot the country. Mr. Hanson wan compelled to select his site up the river, being unable to accuro property In donor proximity to tlie railroad- bbad office. toronto .s�r � pt r change Route. B. I. WALKER, President ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager A. IRELAND, Superintendent ot Branches Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets; - 113,000,000 Breaches throughout Canada, and in the United States sal Baftaai BANKING BY MAIL * Business may be transacted by mall with any braaeh of the Bank. Accounts nay be opened and deposits made or withdrawn by mail. Every attention la paid to oat-of>town accounts. CALGARY CLAKKSIIOI.M EpMONTON KIVKR INMSKAIL BRANCH** IM ALBNtTA LEAVINGS WANTON tTAVELV LETHBRIDGE flVCHBR CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD rONQKA VEGREVILLE MEDICINE HAT VK� DERR VERMILION WET ASM WIN There in a report current that the C.I'.R. will change lu route into the city from the east in order avoid tho heavy grade between here and Coaldale. The track will curve either to the north or south of the present location and enter the city by way of North Ward or over tho best grades In tho south pastern part of the city. Reports from. Coal dalo soy that C.P.R. surveyor* aro running a line about a mild and'a half south of tho Coaldale town-stto Should that routo be adopted the track will enter the south eastern portion of tho city. New A. R.'I5NALT1K8 VIOLATION OP toss tho rivor. This will mean V that tho miners will have to live on ; , ... 7, A ' ,  u . .1.1 i .u i.. _ i "� cities and towns tho localboards that side of tho rivor. . , , , . .Include tho nuiyor, secretary-troas- uror, health officer and city engineer UAPTIST CIll'RCH OFFICEHS. jft8 ex-officlo members. This board On Wednesday evening a very in- j ",U8t approve of systems of wator -lercsting business meeting was held works and extension before construe-in tho Uaptist Tabernacle with the t,tm- A clause provides that no sow- I Rev. W. Held as chairman. The reports submitted ull spoko ot progress. The pastor reported several candidates for baptising ,. t In the moantimo it was desirable to ask all the cuudidutes with the exception of one, to wull for another month or two. A Uaptismal service was ar � ranged for next Sunday evening. An- j nivorsary services are to be held on 1 March;31st, Rev. II. Bryant. Medicine Hat, late leader of the McMas  ter band will be the proachor on that occasion. On Thursday, April 4th, Rev. W. Reid will deliver a lecture "An Evening in Olasgow Slums." At all those special services collect-Church debt. ons/vlll be taken on behalf of the TnVW following ofPce-bearers were [appointed: Clerk-Urs. E. E. Reynolds. Treasurer-Miss Woodward. Trustees-Rev. W. Reed. Amos Har Irlsoii, William Gear. Deacons-Amos Harrison. W. Gear (j. Acton^ 8. S. Superintendent- W. Gear. Organist-Miss Woodward. er or sowqrage system shall be tublishod or continued unless u system of sewerage purification and disposal is muintainod therewith, pro  vldcd that with rogurd to those already constructed, such period of time as bourd deems sufficient shall be o'.l jwod for necussury alterations. The council of every municipality luubt appoint a registered medical practicionor as health officer. Power is given to suspend municipal and hchool xections on account of epl demies.  HACK li* TIIK BAND. Tho Lothbrldge nrass Uand calls the attention of the citizens to the fact that Saturduy night *v ill close their chances for getting tho dollar tickets, with cash purchases of S10 and upwards, for the Shepard lots The firms that are giving the tickets are tho A. Uacdonald Co., O. H. fohnstoii, the Two Macs, and J. J. Johnston. T.ckots at a dollar each i may be secured from the memhsrs of the band. Spring Styles in Women's Tailored Suits The witchery of the new spring styles is charmingly portrayed in the handsome new models which we have just received from our ladies' tailors. They have a diatiuctive atyle and elegance and an exclusive-ness that challenges comparison with the master creations of New York's leading style artists. proof of the real value of the Stetson Hat is the success of its makers. If this splendid head-wear failed to measure to every claim made for ir, the mammoth Stetson factories would never have developed. Isn't that clear to you? Wc have the Stetson Silt an J Dctby lUu in ill the liic.t it) lei. A Splendid Range in Men's Shirts All the newest styles and latest patterns iu many materials are included in our stock of men's shirts. Wo are showing Negligee shirts in great varit-ty. These are especially nice for business wunr as the soft fronts are so much more comfortable than starched frouts. MEN'S NEGLIfiEE SHIRTS in soft fine cambric, percales, fancy shirting cords etc. with plain or pleated fronts. A fn II assortment of sizes. Materials are gtiaruuteed to wash. Attached or separate culfs. Price.............................."$1.2 B GREY THE VOGUE IN MEN'S SPRING SUITS drey is the favorite color iu the new spring suits. Wears showing t|ietu in checks, stripeB uud plaids. Light greys, dark greys, �H the latest style innovations accepted aa the proper vogue for spring have been incorporated in these suits by our tailors. The nmteriuls are of special interest to pait-icular dressers. These are tine, smoothy-tinished English worsteds, which hnvo been woven iu exclusive designs. Each suit is tailored up to u high standard and priced iu a moderation that uffecta a saving of 2o to 50 per cent. MEN'S SUITS OF ENGLISH GREY VICUNA smartly tuilored after the style requirements of dressers, who.are partiouhir hi what they wear: Coat iu double and single breasted stylo. Trowsers have distinctively stylish hang Special value at................................$|8.00 MEN'S SUITS IN ENGLISH GREY WORSTED smart patterns iu pin-checks, overchecks and stripes. Latest style features in single and double breasted. This is a very dressy suit. Tuilored to Your Measure For..............$18.00 MEN'S FINE BLUE SERGE SUITS tailored in single or double breasted stylea from very tine English worsted, the coat is cut latest spring length and fiuished up to the highest standard of bench work. This is a very dressy suit. Price.......................................... fhiO.OO MEN'S SUITS OF FINE IMPORTED WORSTED in medium and dark greys in very neat desiizns. Coat is out with semi fitting oaok with owwd "ide seams. Trowsers cut iu Semi Peg top style VeBt single breasted. Tailored to Your Measure For..................$25.00 A. SOUTHARD LETHBRIDGE, ALIA. 14.7 ;