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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta YOLIJME 3 LETHBRIDGE. ALBBBTA. THUBSDAY. KABCH 3i;i907. KUMBB* 30 ' Tli� 9ftor� of Quality. Fit-Reform Fine Tailoring NeW Spring Styles Ready Don't do Any Bvyiag UaIU ycni Confirm tkc Cteimt wc Bcfardiag 'The Fit-Bof( Tailoring" Every Onnncnt it Fully Gvnranlcod. Fit-REFORN TAlLOR.M.iDE SUITS Made from fine imported Tireeda thoroughly tailored perfect fiittiog Price................... .....f 18.00 DRESSY TAILORED SUITS FOB HFHllSG These auits are made from fine imported home ipana and Seiget, perfect fitting and gaarsnteed tp^eep their, shape ready for ser-Tioe or made to measure. Price.... ............... .$10.00 FIT-REFORM TAILORiMADE SUITS $20.00 Fit-Reform Suits at this price an unequal for style, fit and workmanship, nn endless variety of fine imported fabrics to select from they come in any style ready for service are made to your measure. Price---- .......................$10.00 FIT-REFORM TAILOR-MADE SUITS Made in any �tyle from the finest qualities of Scotch and Irish Tweeds and worsteds; new shoufdem perfect shape keeping ready for service, are made to your measure. Price;... $SI.OO Fit-Reform fine worsted suits tailor-msde. Price.......$26.00 Tailor-Made trojrsers. Prices 3.50, 4.C0,4.50, 5.00 and 6.00 Every garmsut finis'ied to your measure on the premises. The 2 Macs OalyExoluaivs Msn's Outftttam '.VrO ESiTABUBUED ia�y B. I. WAIKKK, Presideai iXIX. lAISD, General l^gtr A. B. nXLAND, Superintendent of Bnaehes Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - S,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000.000 Braaches throushont Canada, and In the United States aat Bactaat BANKING BY MAIL � BMineai) may :W trflMsaoted by mail of tlM Baaok. Aseowta nay be opened auUlo or withdrawn 1^ malL Bvery attention la to onti�^town acoonnts^ ' CALnARY CLAKESItOLM EDMONTON inoil RIVER l\MSI--AIL BRANCKBt LEAVINGS LETIIBRIDGB MACLEOD MEDICINE HAt ai ALBNMtA NANVON STAVBty nVGHBR CRBIK SraATHCONA tONOKA VBGRBVILLB l>BI> DBKB VBRMIUON WBTASmWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSk.  -  IfAMAOaa^ 01 I ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital sli Mid M.... iBalMGs lyofll aad iiu..!.;^ . iii,llt Head Office, Montrea 1 PRESWENT:. ISBT hom. lobd %t%KtWXMK amd MOnMT aOTAb. . o. H. O. VICE-PRESIDENT: bom. na aKoaas a. naoHMOMO, a 0. M. 0. r. s. olovstos, amsrai. Masasm Branoaes and Affsnoiss ait aU tl a jprlnoipnl polnu In Canada Also ill Lioudon, Enfflat d, Vaw YorH. Cbteago, Spokansand Kawloundland TravaUsrs' Circular Letters at Credit and CommarofaLCNdita issued lor useinaU parts of tha world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TEBlfa Drsfis sold svalUbls at all poists In United Stataa, Burepe |SS neliance mine nehr iWber was killed yesterday afternoon by being cfushed between the cage and the track. Core oner' J. Dz/Higinbotham and mine inspector B.'Heathcote left laatnight to conduct an investigation, W. A Aubin .manager- of the Reliance Coal Mining Co.; - was in the city when he received a [telegram ntahl^g him aware of the accident'^ - Poblk HcaMi Aa C R JMOiai^ Itoute, There is a report current that the C.P.R. will change its route into the city from the east in order avoid the 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 Word or , over-the best grades in tbo^ south if^U^ part of the city; Report^ from Coal dale say that tJ.P.R. sunreyoj* ihi running a line about a niiie-and;* half south of the Coaidale-town-slto Should that route be adojited^ ttie track will enter the south eastern, portion of the city. New A R.� L Shaft It is understood that the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co., purpose starting work very soon on the development work in connection with new shaft. The shaft is to be sunk across tho river. This will mean that tho miners will have to live on that side of the river., ' IIAITIST CHtRCH"OFFICERS. On Wednesday evening a very interesting business meeting was held in the Baptist Tabernacle with the Uov- W. Reid as chairman. The reports submitted bil spoke of prog^s. The pastor reported several* candidates for baptising t in the moantimo it was desirable to osk all the candidates with the exception of one, to wait for another mionth or two. A Uaptismal service was ar -ranged for next Sunday evening. An-niversaiy sorvlcee are to be hold on March laiMt, Rev. H. Bryant, Medi-elho Hat, Into leader of the. McMas  ter band will be the preacher on that pccaaion. On Thursday, April 4th, Rev. W. Reid will deliver a lecture An Evening in Glasgow;Slums.''i At all those, special services colleet-Cbarch debt. , tonuwiU bo taken on behalf of the TmA following oillefbearers wpn> appointed: Clerk-Mrs. E. E. Reynolds. Treaaurer-JCisa Woodward. Trustees-Rev. W. Reed. Amos Hbr riiion, Williain Gear. Ueacoas-Amoa Harrison, W. Gear Aetoni 8. B. auperiatsBdeBt^-W, Gear.' Orgaaist-liiss Woodward. The Public Health Act recently passed by the" Alberta Oovemtnent provides for a provincial health fleer) a'.provincial board of health, the provlaelal heklth-VHBcerUo Jsir^ aecretao' of the board which- oh iiiclude four other members.^ It Is the intention of the government to have oa one of^the BMaiberi|-a .\ itar>' engiheer;^; The function and powers uf the Board are very wide, including sanitary investigation, inquiries as to the cause of diawerage purification and dis-iiusal is maintained therewith, pro . vidcd .that, wit^ regard to those al-ivady!^ .constructed; such period of iliuo'as board decm.s sufficient shall be allowed for necessary alterations. The council of every municipality tuubt' appoint a = registered noe^ical practicioner as health officer. Power is. given to sus|)end municipal and KchoQl' sections on account of epi  demies. ' Our Laditw Oofltames an amtle pradaoei^. See oar nobby , , Spring Ckiiak Theypleatk. . BEWITCHING Styles in NEW SPRING COATS HaTa yoo seen our now spring coats ? Tbey are lovely ! Enthusiastio appreciatiba of tbeir raw beanty.-Uieir distinotion and refinement, their modish elegance, is the one tbema of all have hai the good fortune to see them. It is imbofsible to describe these beatttifal odita. oannot do instioe to them; They must be seen to be fully appreciated. Tfieir's is � ' has never bean achieved botore in the art of tailoring. AILOor Stylas art of aa Cxelttstve Character aad add Ws beanliytluit Spssial laterest lo this Display of MbdUK Elsgaace^aad Bairtrty ^ A CHAKMING GOAT of stylish all wool tweed in smart orercheok patterns.; This coat is made with loose fitting back, and front in Double Breasted Style, notched collar, and tumed'Up cnfiFs trimmed with velvet. Spejcial Value at... ... .:. ...^.;..$tt.00 A MODISH C50AT made seven-eighth length, loose fitting style, toilbred -iu all wool oiavenette, iu fawn, grey and eheclu, the front and back are overlaid with wide straps' of self, fiaished with stitching and Ituttpns. The flat collar and turned back cutfs are trimuied in ' the same way. Price;.....v...^$11.50 A NOBBY SPRING COAT made from all wool fawn covert cloth with tight fitting back; finished with new designs of strapiiing of self with new pocket effect; Two styles of f ront,semifittiiig and tight: Hip length. Price.:;fJl2.0O A HANDSOME COAT of light tweed, built lii Gibson effect,cut in doul*le breaited styli^ and: notched collar trimmed with broadcloth ahdv silk braid ieveh-eighth length. Price .$15.00 A'BEWITCHING M(5bEli made of extra fine quality light broadcloth! tailored in Oibwm atyfo with triple shoulder capes, the fbt collar isof silk velvet overlaid with silk braid in barinDBing Ofdors and finished with fancy silk stitching Price.____ IliiCK.UP THE BAND. The L0tifibridge Brass Band calls the.'tttteiritioii of the citizens to the fact tImt'Satlirduy nightvill close their, chances for getting the dollar tickets, with cash purchases of SlO aad upwards, fur the Shepard lots. The firms that are giving the tickeU are >ho A. lUcdonald Co., G. H. Tohnston; the Two Macs, and J. J. Johnston. -T.dcets at a dollar each may be'seciipsd from the meortien of the- band.  " Siiring Styles in Women's Tailored SSuits The witchery of the new spring styles is charmingly portrayed in the handsome new models which w9 have just received froB our ladies' tailors. They have a diatinotive style and elegance and an exclusive-neis that challenges comparison with the maater orsations of New York's leading style artists. The proof of the real value of the Stetsoi3L Hat is the success wear failed to the: mammoth of, its makers;' If this splendid head-measure to every claim made for itj never � Stetson factories would developed. Isn't that clear to you? Wc have the Stetson Soh an J Derby Hatt in alt the laie