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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Herald p. volume a lltiibkidge. albehta. thursday, mabcii 28,1907. NUMBER 21 The Store of Quality. Satiafaetioa Guaranteed men's fumi$Miid$ FOR EASTER FOUND DEAD ON THE i PRAIRIE. F. H. Stager Probably Killed in a Runaway Aeeident~An| Induce. Will he Held. At the Two Macs bear the attention of all good dressers in Loth-bi-ldbo. The stylo* and fabrics arc most attractively halnty. Wo have �ud are receiving constantly new spring SUITS, I1AT9, SHIRTS, NECKWEAR, ETC., ETC. Tho do-nmnd fur worthy fabrics la steadily increasing, so call early and socure a good selection. Last night, 'loin Knne and Will Johnson brought in word that they had found the dond body of F. II. Singer on tho prairie. It Is probable that Mr. Singer was killed in a runaway on his way home, after taking Mrs. Singer's mother to her homo In lethbridge. as his team returned to his ranch, about twenty-five miles north of the city about midnight on Tuesday. To allay tho fenrs of Mrs. Singer the two neighbors started to search for the missing man with tho result that about eight o'clock last night they found the body about twenty miles Jfroni the city. Mr. Kane came Into the city nnd reported the accident to Coroner J. D. Illginbotham, and returned this morning with a friend of Mrs. Singer's. W. Johnson is accompanying the ' coroner and a police contingent to the scene of the accident this after* noon, where an Inquest will be held | If tho coroner judgos one necessary. Mr. Singer uuuio to this city about a year ago from North Dakota. He worked in the Steam Laundry be-fore returning to his homestead. Mrs. Singer is a daughter af Mrs. !lirennnn of this city. on wear JUDGES' EVIDENCE ARRIVES. THE PITT HAT Swell Spring Stylus shown THE STETSON The world's renowned and famous hat. Ahead In all qualities that a hut could demand. Demand a Pitt hut and you got tho best. All stylos and sizes. Prices 13.28. $3.50, 98. Soft hat styles are stunners, Hero you seo tho snappiest selection, over 30 different styles for Spring and summer. All prices. The evidence of Wtlllnm Judges, taken by the commission In Chicago for use In the trial If Oshasky has been received by the Clerk of the Court, but as was stated Insl week, la too lato to be used at tho trial when tho prisoner was dlschnrgcd as l\ V. P. Conybearc. K.C., for the Crown wns not ablo to proceed, bo-en use this evidence had not arrived. We understand that the expenses of this commission amount to over one hundred dollars and this money has now been spent for nothing. WILL TO BE PROTESTED. The w. o. ar R. Coat Shirt Thcse> now spring coat shirts of ours have certainly > made a hit, comfort fitting In all tho newest cloth materials and pattelns. Pr:?oa $1.15, 81:15. 91.35 to 91.50. Neckwear Noveltiea for Eaater All the newest and up-to-date creations in men's neckwear are to bo found hero In abundance; dainty light lines prevail, also plaids and small check patterns. Thomas Dlako nose of Lethbridge, has irsuod n writ through his solicitor, C. V. Harris against Estclla Douch, to set aside the will of the lato James Kuycs of Lethbridge on the grounds that tho testator was not mentally fit to make a will nnd also on the ground of undue Influence The plaintiff is a nephew of the deceased Keys*, and the defendant Is tho chief beneficiary under tho will. Kcycs. it nrlll bo remembered, was a shoemaker with a shop on Ford St. The prlucl|�al part of the property In dispute Is tho Ford St. lot upon which the shop is situated. Great Immigration Tubular Oxford Tiea These ties ore strictly new, shown 1|� dainty colorings in tho narrow widths, silks and wash materials. Prices IS and 85 cents. The 2 Macs Only Exoluslve Man's Outfitters In Letbbridge This will be tho greatest Immigration year in the history of Can -ad.i. W. I). Scott, Canadian super  intondent of immigration, figures that by autumn 300,000 people from Europe and tho United States will have come to Canada. Every steamship which is scheduled to sail for Canada up to July has every Inch of passenger space sold. In addition, reports from Canadian agents in the United States indicate that a very heavy immigration movement to Canuda is in progress thciv. Stanley Cup Goes East The Wanderers of Montreal defeated the Thistles of Kenora in the j Stanley Cup series in Winnipeg, and I ,the Stanley Cup, representing the '. hockey championship of the world, goes back to Montreal after a brief ' stay in tho West. On Saturdaynight on Ico rovored with water, the challengers won by 7 to 3, but on Monday night on harder ice with the Wanderers ploying largely on the dufimsive, tho defenders won by 0 to 5. Tho round was decided on the total number of goals. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE head office. toronto e1tahusued imt B. B. WALKER, President ALU. LAIKD, General Manager A, H. IRELAND, Superintendent of Branches Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Motorists to Organize Temperance League On Monday evening, steps were . About seventy delegates met In taken at a mooting hold In tho Loth- 'convention nt Red Deer on March 30 bridge Hotel to form a club to bo jam| decided to form a* temperance known as "The Southern Alberta ntlu- inorH| reform loaguo in Alberta Automobile Club." A commit too was lo legislation and otherwise appointed to draft a constitution and J further tho interests of Branches throuibout Canada, and In the United Statea and England A GENERAL BASKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED 86 by-laws for the organization.^ A general meeting is called for April IS, when tho organization of tho Club will bn completed. J. I. Is acting as secretary. FARMERS' BANKING a^w2ffS� STJX*** \ Red Deer Constituency for collection HANK INT. RY MAIL.-Deposits may be made or withdrawn by mail. Out-of-town accounts receive every attention these causes. J. I). Hlnyuoy. Edmonton, is President; and Hov. (J. O. Webber, Innls-.fail, is Secretary. A provisional ICakin j |iraH|dont for each riding was chosen ' llev. W. Roid of this city for Loth-br.dgo; Jn*. McKlnncy of Clareaholm for Marlcod; and Dr. Rivers of Raymond for Curdston were chosen. CALOARV CLAKESilOLM EDMONTON HIGH KIVUH-INMSKAIL BRANCH** Di ALBJUtTA LEAVINGS NAMTON STAVELY LKTHBRIDCI fUfCHER CKEEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD fONOKA VICREVILLE MEDICINE HAT ttO DEER VERMILION WETAEMfWIN The dividing l.no between tho Calgary and Rod Doer Dominion Con  Ktltuoncies will probably bo enlarged so ns to include Pidsbury and Olds in the latter. The change Ih due to A DISTRESSING CASK. In another column will be found an | acknowledgment by Mrs. Orcep of in the utter, tho ensngo is � v.,, u ^ on of ho|1. tho protest o Olds against n'�" \wu nnd family. Without going Into tho dividing lino. Red Doer will now ......  liavo tho l.irgost population Alberta ridings. SONS OP SCOTLAND OHGANIZE LETHBRIDGE BRANpH C. G. K. NOURSE, MANAOER The organisation meeting of Sons of Scotland was hold in Labor Hull on the SSlh ult. Uarrlhou acted as organizer tho tho Mr. AIUBNT: �on- tia esoaaa �, d�o�moiid, k o. m. o. iTl, OLOUSTOV, QllBJIAl SUlUeBB Branoooe and Aarenolee at all tl-top of fashion, who follow closely the style trend of each aea. � � our Ea9Je'.�PenSng � mirror reflection of well-dressed London and New York. The Semi-rendy tailoring distinctively displays nil of the nrt found in the high-prioed custom r eihibited in the large cities of the world. This distinctive display of high-class tailoring will par-ticularly attract and intoraat men of critical and cultored tnstes in dress. STYLES AS THEY ARE FOB SPRING-Coats are moderately long, with natural shoulders, {slightly padded, cut in slightly boxy *tyK with lines that semi-define tho figure. The lapels are very long, and the fronts are almost straight. Vests show more of the shirt front for spring,and have wide Hare from the last button at the bottom. The trousers are'medinm peg-top, hanging very shapely from the knee to the shoe. SPLENDIDLY TAILOR. El> SUITS in fine imported Tweeds, cut in single or double- breasted styles, has concaved shoulders, close-fitting collar, side scams creased. Special for Saturday..........$9.50 MEN S CRAVENETTE RAIN PROOF, very dressy Coat, cot in single-breasted style with fly front, with broad shoulders and Slong lopela, wide skirts and raised scams throughout, made ;of English Cravenette cloth. Price...............$15.00 VERY DRES8Y SUITS in high grade imported English Worsted, cut in lutest double or single breasted style. Coats both in medium nnd long lengths, well shaped shoulders and lapels. Trousers have a very stylish hang. Special value $16.00 MEN'S SPRING OVER-COATS, the popular three-quarter style is "nil the go" this spring, made from grey vicunas and black melton cloths. These c6ats have an air of stylish dia tinction all their own. Price...............$12.50 Grand EASTER DISPLAY of Fine COSTUMES SUITS and COATS The latest consignment, direct from our Nori-Modi fnctory, contains the most magnificent range of novelty styles we have ever introduced. Each of the new, elegant models has a design of its own, stamped with the most fervid originality and excluaiveness. Each a gem of pioturesquenesa -a beauty superb. We have been fortunate in getting through the railway blockade un extra large assortment of the finest novel itiee in costume's for Easter. A vast range of captivating styles, generally, only ono of a kind. Come as early in the week as you can for choice. A Few Descriptions Here--Hundreds of Others $30 bill IIMW I of tho I t,l'tu"*' il iu "nid lhftl th'* onc �f [tho most di�trcR�|na; cases known in > this district. Ilev. J. S. Chivors and ('. Man collected about 8180, which will har�il> l.i'Rhi to meet the needs of th� ca��. Bi-ud grain, and children's clothing as woll as monoy will be most acceptable Contributions may bu loft at the Immigration Hall or the Herald Office. Parisian Dusign Eton, with fancy vest, trimmed with rovers of moire silk, silk lined coat, skirt piped to mutch ciotb. Made in cream worsted with other checks of black, also plain colon.. Quality ! cloth ........................ Drossy Eton Suit, silk llnod. trimmed with black silk military braid, ianny vesting of silk braid, fitted belt. Made in wool taffeta or Panama cloth, colors navy, black, brown green or croam. Quality tf)C 3 cloth ........................... V* 3 Tho Oibsoti Model, Eton coat, with soparato bolt, lined with silk, trim -mod with silk collar nnd cuffs, with fancy bruid vesting. Mndo in fancy tweeds nr flno sorgo in navy, black and brown. Quality three cloth ........................... $20 Now pony Walking Suit, trimnwd with cream moire on collar and cuffs, und pockets nicely braided with soutache. Made In largo assortment of fancy chock tweeds or any plain cloth dfsafroU. Quality 3 tQC cloth ........................... Littest Fifth Avenue Design, for dress wear, black silk Eton'coat with embroldorod panels, separate belt, tdlk lined, newest In pleated skirts. Cloud riunlity taffeta silk $4Q Outing Suit, of cream serge, unlln-ed, with brass anchor buttons, skirt 7 gore fluro. Made also in navy, black and brown. Quality 8 cloth ......................... $15 Was For Many Years Registrar tho iMjpavlmont of Education. of A motion is being introduced into tho Ontario Loglsluturo with government support, to compel American railways entering Ontario to charge only two conts a mile. The Alborta govornmont has purchased tho Fort Saskatchewan Telephone Exchange for $1.100. The government is taking over all its lines. Torpnto, Out.. March 35.- The death is announced at Madoc this morning of William II. Jenkins, lato registrur iu tho education department of tho province and chairman of tho educational council who was ! compelled to resign at the end of the year on account of failing health. Tho deceased was a conspicuous A euro in tho educational arena of his native provinco, a distinguish-,od graduate of Toronto University, {later principal of Oven Sound Col-, logirtte Institute, which, under his pr nclpulshlp, attainod first rank. Ho suqrcoded Or. Packofham, now of tho Technical Schools in the education department six years ago. ceased was an only brother of Mr. 11. S. Jenkins, general superinten  dent of Canadian Pacific Telegraphs, Winnipeg. Mr. Jenkins spent a few days- In this city last summer visiting hit Urothar-in-law, Dr. P. W. Tuller. Night Shirt* for Men Reduced. A CLEANING SALE IN NIGHT SHIRTS MEANS niO REDUCTION; AND THE MEN WHO WANT GOOD VALUES AND SERVICEABLE GOWNS SHOULD TAKE ADVANT AGE Of THIS OPPORTUNITY'. White Twilled Cotton Night Shirts full cut, In largo generous sizes, lft. 17 and 18 inch neck. Also Twilled Cotton Shirts with trimming in red and blue fancy tapo. Regular SI 00 and $1.25. Saturday only .............................. / �jc Importod Flannelette Night Shirts, turn down collar, fust colorings, all siscs. Regular $1.00 and �q St.3.%. Saturday only ' Easter Collars in Fine Army Our novelties for EasttT are the very daintiest effects iu the new spring stylon for collars. Mew pearls, new beads, new buckles and Steele iu all sort* of new styles in every fascinatiug Bbado. Our Easter exhibit of pretty collars to-morrow is very attractive. Matchless beauty iu distinctively new creations. Are you interested in the smurtest collars of the year? See our stock Saturday. Chiffon and Lace Collars NEW BOX STYLE IN CHIFFON, pretty folda with chiffon applique; white, and white with blue, �i oc pink and greon. Price................*P+*4& NEW COLLARS, without tabs, folds of white chiffon trimmed with white applique with touch of color iu upright straps; straps blue, pink mauve ACA Prico................................... ..... UJl* CHIFFON COLLAUS, in folds combined with Oriental lace, studded with out steel. QCs Price ...... A. SOUTHARD PHONE 100 LETHBRIDGE, AIT^. ;