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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Herald VOLUME 2 LETIIBKIDGE. ALBEllTA. THVIISDAY. MABpH 28.1907.^ mm ThftStoM ofOMlily. Satitfectioa men $ ?unii$Mng$ FOR EASTER At the Two Uaca bear tlte ftttcn-tiuu of Mil good dremm in Loth-bridlio. The fitylen and tebrtcii aiie moBt attractively hainty. We have niid are receiving conntantly new spring EtUITS, HATS, SHIRTS. NECKWEAU, ETC., ETC. The demand (ur worthy fabrics ia eteadily incroaaing, so call early and ^ure a good selection. � ' THE PITT HAT Swell Spring Styles shown THE STETSON The world's renowned and famous hat. Ahead in all qualHiea Chat a hot could demand. Demand a Pitt hat and you got the beat. All atylos and sizes. Prices 13.39. fa.SO. t8. Soft hat styles are stunners.. Here you �ee the snaiqiiest selection, over 30 different styles for Spring and summer. All prices. TiMW.o.arit Coat SUrt Thes* new spring coat shirts of ours have eertaihly''made a hit. eom/ort fitting in all the newest cloth luater-ials and pattelns. Pr:?es tl.lS, 91.1&. 91.25 to 91.50. Neckwear Novellkt for EMicr Ail the newest and up-to-date eroa" tions in men's neckwear are to )>e found here in abuindance; dainty light lines prevail, also plaids and small check patterns. Tvkttlar Oxford Tict These ties are strictly new, shown im dainty .colorings, in the narrow widtjiiii. silks and wash msiterials. Prices 15 and 85'cents. beio OFFICE. TOnONTO bstabusueo tMT B. B. WAUCBK, PresideBt AUX. tAIBO, General lUaager A. a. IBBLANDi SuperinUBdsBtef Braaehes Bructaes thronclioot Canada, aad in the United States and Biflaad A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMERS' BANKING S6 Birary facility aifordcd Farmors for their twakiag' Imaineaa. Salea Kotea oaahed or takaa :^ for eoUeotioa BANKING MAIL.^Peppsits may be made or withdrawn by - mail. 'Out-of-town accounts receive every attention BRANCIiat M ALBIIKTA CALr.ARV LEAVINGS MAindN STAVltV CXAKESIIOLM LGTflBRIOGB riNCHBR CKUK STRATHCONA CUMONTON UACLEOO PONOKA VXCRXVILLB HiCII KtVER.^ MBOICINE HAT tBIl MBB VERMILION >NMi>h-AIL WBTASMWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANpH C. G. .K. NOURSB. MANAoaa Bank of Montrea ESTABLISHED 1817 Pi  (. t .............. CapUaiaapMd M. RMcrvtdPnd. BalaaMProfitaalUM........ Head Office, Montreal aiasT aoK. tosD nBaTacwaa avb anoar aoTiL. . o m. a. VXCCFlUXIDEarT: �OM. MB aaoBoa a. DBomiovp. B e. v. a a.t. Obpuffvos. aianiai. Maaaan Branoam and Aganelaa'at all tl^Oj^Haelpal pdlats la Oanadk AlBOiuXfitting:: collar, side seams oreaaed. Special for Saturday..........$9.50 MEN S ORAVENETTE RAIN PROOF, very dreMy CjMt, oat in single-breaated style with flj front, with broad shoulder* and long lapels, wide skirtB'i and raised seama throughout; made of English Craveoette cloth. Price...............$15.00 Motorists to Organize On Monday evening, steps were taken at a meeting held in the Lethbridge Hotel to form a club to bel' known as "The Southern Alberta Automobile Club." A committee was appointed to draft a constitution and by-laws for the organization^ A. general meeting is'called for April 15, when the organiieation of the Club will be completed-. .7. I. Bakin is acting as secretary. M Iteer Constituency The dividing l,no betwuicn the Calgary and lied Deer Dominion Con  Htituencies will probably be enlarjged so as to include Didsbury and Olds in the latter. The change is due to I the protest of Olds against being on the dividing line. Red Doer will now |liave the largest populotion of the Aibcrta ridings. leinperance League About seventy delegates met in convention at Red Doer "on March 90 and decided lo form a^vtemperance and inorHl reform league in Alberta to secure Jegislation and otherwise further the interests of tJww causes, J. D. Dlayney, Edmonton, ia -Presi -dent; and Rev. U. Q. Webber. Innia fail, is Secretary. A provisional president (or each riding was diosen Rev. W. Reid of this city for Leth-br,dge; Jas. McKinney of Claresholm for Macleoii; and Dr. Ri\-ers of Ray; mund for Cardston were chosen. SONS OF SCOTLAND OUOANIZE Tiie orRanization meeting of the Sons of Scotland waii'held in the Labor Hall on the SSth ult. Mr. llarrisou acted as organizer. After lengthy debate in which every one present took -great interest in the nante of the Camp, it' was called "Stirling Brig." Tiie following oiHcers were elected: Chief-John McTaggart. Post Chief-J. Fleming. ChioftalH-Robert Crawford. Chaplain-Duncan McXabb. Marshall-M. Logan. ^ 'Standard Bearer-T. Clark. Becivtary-John Harvie. Fin. See:-VfM: McMillan. Treasurer-Don. McNnbb-Inside Guard-Geo. Walker. Outaido Guard-M. McNabb. Fliyairian-Dr. P. M. Campbell. A meeting will be hold ia the Labor llall on April 8th at 8 p.m. All persons of Scotch descent who wish to Join the above Camp may receive all instructions from any of the oi-flcera, who will be pleased to afford amy assistance. A DlSTHESSflXO CASE. in another column will be found an acknowledgment by Mrs. Oreep oi tlio efforts put forth on behalf of herself and family. Without going into dctuilfi, it is said that this is one of the most diE>trcs�ing cases known in this district. Rev." J. S. Chivers and C. Man- -collected about SX80, which will hardli Login to meet the needs of the cas>i. Seed grain, and child-rcu's clothing as well as ntoney wilt Ihi most acceptable. Contributions may bo loft at the Immigration Mtall or the Herald Ofllce. DEATH OK A PROMIXENT C.\M-ADIAN. Was For Many Years Registrar the rM{iartment of Educaiioti, of �A motion Is being introduced into the Ontario Legislature with govern-ownt supiiort, to comper American railways entering: Ontario to charge only two cents a milar The Alberta govomnaint has purchased the .Fort Saakaichowan Tele-plioiia Exchange for 91.100. The gevernoient Js taking over all its Itais. Toronto, - Ont, March 35.- The death is announced at Ittdoe this morning of William H. Jenkins, late registrar in the education depart-.mcnt of the province and chal^nan of the educational council whoj was comiiellcd to resign at the end of the year on account of flailing health. The deceased was a conspicuous figure in the educational arena of his native province, a distinguisb-od graduate of Toronto Vttlversity, later principal~tif Oven Sound Collegiate IiistUute, which, under his pr ncipalship, attained^ flnit rank. He auqreoded Dr. Packerham, now of the Technical Schools in the education deiiurtmont six }-ears ago., ceased was an only brother of Mr. U. s: Jenkins, general auparinten  dent of Canadian Pacific Telegraphs, Winnipeg. ' ^ Mr. Jenkins spent a few days- ia this city last summer viaiilag hi* brotber-ia-law, Dr. P. W. TidlOr. Grand EASTER DISPf-AY of Fine COSTUMES SUITS and GOATS , The latest consignment, direet frOiUi, our Nori-Modi factory, contains the most 'magnificent range of novelty styles we have ever introduded. Each of the new, elegant models has a design of ita own, stamped with the most fervid orie^niditjr and excloaiveness. Each a gem of picturesqaeneu -a beauty superb. ^ We have been fortunate in getting throvgh the railway blockade an extra large assortnient of the finest novelities in costumes for Easter. A; vast range of captivating styles, generally, only one of a kind. Come as early in the week as yoii con for choice. A Few Descriptions Here-Hundreds of Otheii Parisian Design Eton, with fancy vest, trimmed with revers of moire silk, silk lined coat, skirt piped to mutch cloth. Made in cream worsted with other chocks of black, also plain colon. Quality 4 tOA cloth ... ......... ............ 4>0U Dressy Eton Suit, silk lined, trimr med with black silk military braid, fancy vesting of silk braid, fitted )Mlt. Made in wool taffeta or Panama cloth, colors navy, black, brown green or cream. Quality 4^0 C 3 cloth ........................ V*�> Tiie Gibson Model, Eton coat, with separate belt, lined with silk, trim -I9ed with silk collar and cufls, with fancy braid vesting. Made in fancy tweeds or fine serge in navy, black and brown. Quality three cloth ....... .................... $20* New 1'on.v Walking Suit, trlai^' with cream moire on collar and cuflS; und pockets nicely braided-with soutache. Made in large assortment of fancy check tweeds or any plain cloth dosairod. Quality 9: cloth ................. .i..;. ... $25 Latest Fifth A\''eaue Design, (or dress wear, black silk Eton'coat with' embroidered panels, seiMrate belt. : silk lined, newest In. pleated; skirts. Good riunliiy taffeta silk > ^ ^^Q:: Outing Suit, of cream serge, unlla-ed, with brass anchor buttons;vskirt: 7 gore flare. Made also in :.navy;, black and brown. Quality 3 cloth ... ..............; ... $15 NigKt Shirts for Men Reduced. A CLEAKLNG SALE IN NIGHT liHIRTS MEANS BIG REDUCTION^^ AND THE MEN WHO WANT GOOD VALUES AND SERVICEABLE GOWNS SHOULD TAKE ADVANT -AGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITV. White Twilled Cotton Night Shirts full cut, in large generous sizes, 16, 17 and 18 inch neck. Also Twilled Cotton Shirts with trimraing in red and blue fancy tape. Regular 8100 and 11.35. Saturday ffC^ only ......... ............... /DC Imported Flannelette Night Shirts, turn down collar, fast colorings, all sisce. Regular 91.00 and 91.9.1, Saturday only ...... 75c EMter Collar* in Fine Arrays Our novelties for Easter are the very daintiest effecta. in the new spring styles for collars, v^ew pparla,. new beads, new buckles and steele in all sortS;.of new styles in every fascinating sbado. Oar Easter exhibit of pretty oolw: lars to-morrow is very attractive. Matohlaas beauty {in> distinctively new creations. Are yon iuterested. in :.th� smartest oolJors of the year? See our stock J^tnrday;V;^ Chiffon and Lfice Gpllara NEW BOX STYLE IN CHIFFON, pretty" fold* with chiffon applique; white, and white with blue, HAe pink and green; Price...., ..;V****'; NEWCOLLARS,without tabs, folds of white ohiffon trimmed with white applique with touch of color >itt^^'' right straps; straps blue, pink mauve Price........................................ r , ^ .. CHIFFON COLLAltB, in folds cbmbined with 6i^intikt'\ lace, studded with ont steel. . ' R^'''!- : Price .................. ........... �#*|^T;S'j m A. SOUTHAR mm /OO LETHBKI ;