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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald MM VOLUME 2 LKTHBRIDGE, ALBEHTA, THURSDAY, MAY 2. 1907. NUMBIft 24 The Store of Quality. Satisfaction Guaranteed Fit-Reform Fine Tailoring The Spring Lend inn Styles for Men. There is no bettor illustration of how our Cloth -iiiK keepa abreast - yes, uhend of tho time, than to point to tiiu stitwgb stuck of Fit-Reform Fine Tailored Spring Suits and Overcoats. Drcsby men can make their selection with every i.Bsarance of satisfaction and rconoiiiy. Fit Reform o-buttoned Suits, tailored in smart single ami double breasted inuteriuls are tine imported tweeds. IV,ce $15. Fit Reform Fine Tailored Suits, any style, materials are fine imported Tweeds and Worsteds. Price Hi.50. Men's Highly Tailored Suits of imported Worsteds and Scotch Tweeds, best trimming throughout, siimle or double breasted. Prices 18.00, 20.00, 22.00 Blue and Black Worsted Suits We carry n fall range of sizes in Mtua and black, either single or double breasted. These suits are mude of the very best imported cloths, splendidly tailored throughout. Prices 15 00 to 22.00. Bargains In cheap clothing worth talking about We have just placed in stock a very lurge range of Men's Ciioap Suits. These goods are the manufacture of one of the best clothiers in Canada. Prices fi.50. 7.00. 8.00.10.00,12.00. The 2 Macs Only Exclusive lien's Outfitters In Letbbridge IS PRESIDENT C. F. P. Conybeare Elected by Board of Tra.e-Market Place Discussed. The members of the Hoard of Tiwlc wore very much pleased to welcome President Cunyboare to the chair of lho BoaiiI at tho nveeUng last night. KlRhtccii members wove present. lengthy communications were rcatl ' Kxocwllve ('oiiriniWit?.- II. Moc-llcth, K. I*. Uytnnds, W. Oliver. M. Voting*, II. 10. Mlobnch.  j S^crutflry-TronBUWfr- II. .1. Hkclth. } Auditors:-II. MA'cfleth and M. Ilnr-ford for 1000 and 1007. a from nn ndvertising agency, mlvoca- | Mr. Ooiiybcarc agreed to accept the llnK the advisability of the city's office only because fcj,. I'. Kylands taking advertising space In Pearson's could liol do bo. | or the World To-day magazines which j Ki |;, --viands reported on the [jhttvo large circulations In the Con- lnnUw 0f shipping hills, rai'-vuy anil Mrnl and Western slates, where tho tmnfiportntlon committee upheld the most of Canadian immigration conies co,teiitton of tho Winnipeg Hoard of ifrom. The letters were filed. ,Trade and ntklcd thftl anyone of (he I'ho Winnipeg Monro of Trade wrote MVmlle�tc shipping bills shoiihi l.e nsklng f.ir instances of poor trans - v'n|)(| for collection of claims | porlatlon service but the Hoard ngi-ood with Mr. Harford that life was ton short to wrflo accounts of tile numerous instances. I The Toronto Bonn I of Trade asked i IK K. Micbuch spoke of the matter of hitching posts for the farmers. Win. Oliver hrottghrt up the matter of removing the city's advertising hoard nearer tho station, ii �n� ordered to l>c moved. for co-operation in bringing before the Ihiilvuy Commission of Canada the unfair conditions of shipment lm cleared Saturday only at..................$ln.O() ()ne lot of Men's Overcoats, all new nobby |mtterns. will be cleans! at just aliove lialf price, as we do not want to cany them over. Latest in Men's Neckwear You can de|H!tid on thiB store to keep you right in your neckwear. The right shade, the ri�ht styles, ami the right patterns. Just tiow we have much to show yon that is new. smart and correct. Smart French Seam Derby.s. in Foulard. Peau do Soie and Haratjjeas. All the latest shades of wine, self colors in brocades, etc. These are the season's best in high grade silks. Special value at..............................r��lc Men's String Ties, made one inch in width, with either stpiare or pointed ends, smart fancy patterns and solid follow. Jti8t the thing for fold collars. Sjiecial value at. .25c lion. W. to n't tend T. Kinluy leaves ne.\t week the exposition at Hubiin. h��ves 'next Monday tor Kwro|H�. llv will l�e j given a jMinqui't by the citizens of Siraihconn to-morrow night. the Agricultural | ]rolt%nii named. Mormon Meeting House. BANK MONEY ORDERS The Receipt of Customs. There has Uvn some talk oil the street of the erection of u meetinghouse liy the Ijitter Hay Saints in this city. .John A. Silver inform., the Herald th.it while it is probable thai such action will In' taken sometime, as yet noiliing has been dune, nor can there lie until the Cooler  luce in October meets. MSUCB) AT TM1 FOUOWMM Mtlli $S and under....................v. 3 centi Over SS and not exceeding $10....'.. 6 cents " $10 " " $30...... 10 cente $30 " " $30...... IS cents 87 These Orders arc payable at par at any office ill Canadu of a Chartered Bunk (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking point* ill the t'llitcd States. They are negotiable al $4.90 10 the � �lerlin|r in tireut tirilain nud Ireland. They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money with safety and at small cost, and may be obtained without delay afany office of the Bank CALC.ARV CLAKKSIIOI.M CUMONTON I1ICII RIVEK INNISKAIL BRANCHES W ALBXItTA HAMTON STAVELY WtCHU* CKBKK STRATHCO.1 A fONOKA VBGREVIIXB rCO 4>liltR VERMILION WKTASNfVVIN T! L.RAVINGS I.ETHBRIDGK MACLEOD MEDICINE MAT LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C O. K. NOURSB.  - MANAOB* Customs returns ior April of li'OT shows receipts of $lo,t�il7. Owing to the poor transportation service iviuli-nsl by the railway com-I antes the importations have Uvu 1.glit compared with April of lOOil, when the receipts were $1 I.OCIS. Situation Unchanged. The slat;- of affairs at l-'erni.' remains unchaugi'd. To-day the mines are taking a vote, tin* result of which will decide whether or not, they will accept the agreement reached hut ween the Operators Association and tho District Hoard of the union. The union ollieials are putt -injr forth every effort to induce miners to return to work ami confident of success. �ir Mulock is on the .scone and the meetings of the Conciliation Hoard will Street Numbering. With th. promise of a house numbering system and a city direeior> I^ethbridge advances one more step towards becoming a rival of her sis- jter cities in the northwest. This 1 move will le The approved by all citizens Council will take the matter nj next meciinK and In nil proluibillt.v tile system suggested by Mr. .1 I Hughes will |,. adopted. \ -HEADLIGHT v OVERALLS UH1QHMA0E Overalls FOR RAILROAD MEN Tin' "11 KAOLINHT" is the fulleBt cut Overall in America, contaiuiiiu more yartlt of cloth to the i|o/,cn. tlian uiiv oilier Overall in the laud. Th. - HKAOLIO 1'IT" in made of the BEST jtroilitrt of the BEST denim mills in America. Absolutely nothing but the BEST deitinta go into the "IIKAOLIO HT." The workmanohip, cut ami finish ol all these garments it the STAXI)AKI� Ft m ALL (>THER MAKERS. I f yott once yet into a Htiit of "HEADL10BT8" yon will have no other. Price $'2.50 per unit. The F. P. Sargent Bank o{ Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid mp...................IM,fM.ew KtMrvcaFuid...................... II.MI.MI alaacc Profit aa� u�.............. Mi, IS* New School Books. Tl.e commitiiv of Kdueationists from the I'rovinces of AllK'ita and Saskutrhewnn have /lnished their in-the JKpection of the schoid books and arc are ipreparing a report 111 oni-e. The l'>l-Willlnm jiicutlon nepartmeiits of the proviuceK will uuthori^e the ueiv text-books to be adopted after midsummer holi - proceefl imnwdiately. There is excitement among the miners the cnm|)s. groat , in all ' days. - Dorie Lodge, Tnker. C. A. Mag rath Returns. Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: HiaHT HON, LORD BTRATH0OMA AMD MOUNT 1I0TAL, fi (.' M 0 VICEPREilDBNT: HON. SIR QSOUGH A. UROUVONn. Kfl. M. 0. �. S. ObOUtTOli, QlSBfAI. SUXASH Bran one* and Agencie* at all t) aprlnolpal points In Canada Also i of the continent nml tho Medi-jli. W. (.'ardiner, Macleod, n.D.t.'.M ; t.>ri'aiiean Sea. --- New Brick Yard. \ company has licen formed to operate a brickyard in the North Ward of Uils city. The operators are Ibis-si.iii gentleiiieli, I.ut it they have som.- local mpiinl backing t liini. It. r. REEVE Lethbridge Branch - Menage ing tiruml C'ha|ilaiu; II. Scott mid .i. II. Fleetwood of the grand lotlge. | The new lodge was duly organized and the following otllcers elected: W. M , .1. Stevenson; S. VV.. (1. .1. lie pew; .1. W.. .1. Henderson; S. U.,.1. Shorthouse; ,1. |).. i(. Long; S. S.. .1. !'. tirayzer; 1. (!., I�r. U-nch; (>. |(! , K. Dak Is; Secret n r,\ -I reaKiirer, A. is understood j, \ |.;l|,,. Tin- Talier brethren entertained their guests at a most elaborate hun-. 4, � imet at th? Koyal Hotel. Happy Yet Wort! tO Reduce WngCS. speeches were delivered in response �w ^to the vuHotiK toiists, lU'v. lioglin The annual report of the Ci-ow'h in speaking for the ffrutid l.odgunnd Nest Pass foal Co. stated that a Pc Stewart of lethbridge for "Mas-dividend of ten per cent would lie ons Wives and Swoethonrts" mado declared amounting to $850,000. the hits of tho ovening. ^0 (Union-made) These (Mover) are inaile without rivets. They Itavo im iusitie Reams. They are heat ft ml waterproof, ami will not rip. They eost no more than onliiinry inakeK. TIIKY FIT. The Best Gloves in America for Engineers and Firemen! A Shipment of Tweed and Cravanette CoaLs adds Special Interest to our Large Display. The smart tuiloretl elegance of those nuxliali HaniieiitB have estuhlitiiieil them im the most favoretl eoat of the seitHon. A new shipment jimt reeeivitl from our KtiHtern Tailors in es. peeially attractive, ami it emliraeeii styles that are new ami distinctive with matchless tailoring ami finish. Remarkable Values I'WKKD COAT, made ihree.quarter length, with l)o\ pleat liaeli. has velvet collar ami (Mitch |h>ckot�. tiiilored in sniiirt stylish liulit grey umterials I'rice...............................HI !.�>(� A HANI )S( ).M IC C'AT .Muile of hen vy weight t'ravHiiette in grey fancy mixtures, liack ami front finished with wide sirups, collar and cull's overlaid with silk velvet ma) hroadcloth. *^ Price...............................$|-2 50 ANOTHMR STYLISH COAT- In litJit �rey Twe.ds, with smart overt-hecks, rtiiishm] with stttche.l straps of self fonnitiji yoke nml extending.down front and hack. Price........$12,50 AXOTHISH SM AUT ('(�AT r fancy oven-heck Twewl. and finished with stitched. stniiw, col. lar Iriinuieil with silk velvet and braid, dotilile hreastt-d style. I'rice.,.................$17-60 LA|)IKS' COAT of tine imported Cravanette. uiade seven-eighth length snd finished with stitched strappings of self. I Ins fancy shaped collar, overlaid with braid. Price......$14,60 A. SOUTHARD jk PHOt PHONE 100 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA 70 ;