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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta STORES The Quality of the West! is Economy in Buying Our CLOTHING Wfii9^�jbuy diiect from the maken and in large quantities. We Mt the jQkwett prioM and top disooants, which makes it easy buying wot TOQ.'^: wear, per- ^ Biif Leaders in Men's Suits ' jto AA can Iray yon a good tweed suit, suitable for business vO'Wy made of fine quality Canadian Tweed, fit and finish � feet, in all sizes. . d^in CA At this low figure yon can take a choice out of a large ^XA*uy range, ia either Worsteds, Tweeds or Serges, all neat dressy atylea, all sizes. Handsome Hats for Men CHRISTETS AMD STETSONS-The style and quality of these hats are too well kaowo to require any comment. Our magnificent showing this spring is certainly all that can be desired. Spring blocks in stiff hats from 2.00 to 4.50. Spring blocks in^ft hats 1.00 to 6.50, all new shapes, and ready for your choosing. Attractive Styles in New Lawn BLOUSES The daintiest, most attractive blouses one could wish for, thoroughly good in every particular, and shown in a range of styles that is certain to satisfy the most particular dressej*. Fit and finish of every garment guaranteed. See our wiridow. $2.50 Blouses made of nice quality lavn, front beautifully embroidered in handsome scroll design and finished with fine tuckings, three-quarter sleeve, all sizes. Price................ ...........----$2.60 each $1.40 Blouses made of good quality lawn, front trimmed with fine tucks and embroidery, three-quarter sleeve, all sizes. Special..............11.40 $2.75 Blouses fine quality Mull blouses embroidered (front or eyelet work in pretty scroll design, also tucks. Very special.................$2.75 $3.00 Blouses made of extra fine quality India, lawn, beautifully trimmed, front with fine embroidery work and Val. insertion, three-quarter sleeve, trimmed to match body of blouse. Price........ ..........fit.CO New Sumpner UNDERWEAR A complete raiige of La^iet' Uki Children't Knit 0�rineats io the aedliiA weiglttt for ummer wear. Our ummer ahowiAg it ready mJ it it a ttodi rcplft* ^th great values, from lOe. garaenl to 50e. : 7 CIVIC CELEBRATION ' Arrattgemente are Nearly Completed. PAKADE. SPORTS AND BANQUET Arrangements for Many Features (or Criebration Completed. Th* comniiittee on Civic Celnbration reported considerable progress when . tlM meeting was over last Saturday evening.J. H. Fleetwood presented � complete outline o( the parade which will be as follows: Harsball Letbbridge Band. Indians Merchants' Floats Couiiic Rcprcmntations. Raymond Band. Fire Brigade School Children Miners' Union Carpemt�r>-and Joiners. Bricklayers and Masons Brewers Laborers Trades and Labor Council. " Cadets Baseball Teams Football Teams Lacrosse Teams Citizens and Visitors in CaniagM, A communication from the Ray-' mond Band was read accepting an offer of 175 for the clay. The appropriation of $200 for the parade was dividod as follows: Brigade HiO.OO. Indians $80.00 Cadets eT.fiO. School Children for flags etc. |3S. Friaes for naerchants floats $50. Frizes for comic representationsflS For Rigs $22.50. In addition to tliis, a grant of 975 is mads for the Trades and lAbor Council to defray the expenses of the union displays. Tlw catering difficulty that stood in the way of having the banquet was esercouiB through the ofler of the.. Ladies Aid of Wesley Church, who, submitted "a menu for the ban-- quet' which' they agreed to provide -.vfor ISO people for tlSO, the cole-'hratiOB eonnittee to provide the 'Itables. diairs; and decofatione. Au ' oiler from Nelson and Fraser to sup-, pljT ths tea and coffiee was reoaived ;;aiMl thankfully accepted. Wm. Ol � 'fiver oflered the use of. his hall for ;, :,the occasion. The eomorittae ack  aowledged the kindness of F. Colp-^^man,; naaager of the N; W. JobUng ' sad Commission company la olhriali ' the ues of their warehouse, but da-cidsd to use the larssr place. HW baaquet will beheld at 7.80 o'clock, , ,air,t�r. wMcb'tiw. flrsworks display wUI bo given. tVi layitaiioB list was iwvissil Md considerably ecteadMl. Anaong those who will receive invitations are: The cotnnvitt'ce passed a resolution calling upon all business houses and private citizens to decorate their premises for the occasion. A suggestion was made, and will probably be aot�d upon, that the children of ,the city be given an automobile ride. It is thought that all owners of autos will fall in with the suggestion to give the youngsters a good time. The piogramoKj was finally adopted. The order lor the day is: 9.00-Procession. Cadet Cavalry Drill. Fire Brigade Exercise. 1.00-Itescball match. Clarcshotm versus Letbbridge. 8.30-Football match. Pincher Creek versus Lethbridge. 4.00-Lacros.se Match. High River versus Lethbridge. 7.30-Bonquct in Oliver's Hall. 10.30-Oroml Display of Fireworks. God Save the King. THK PARADE ARUANGEMENTS. .). H. Fleetwood, chairman ot the procession coinnrittce hasi handed out the following arrangements for the parade: At nine o'clock sharp the I^th -bridge Band will take its position at the intersection of Round and Ited-path Streets. On the west side of Round Street, the Indians ami merchants' floats Kill nssemljle. The Cadets will line up on the west side of Round St. south of Dufforin St. , ,..i...,�,5, ,,,.; ,ori. wiiuain., urn. On the east side of Round Street |Port Arthur,'Ont.; Brandon. Man.; will be the comic representations, | Uegina, Sask.; Vancouver, " " Ex-Mayor H. Dentley, Daysland; Father VanTighon. Rev. J. S. Chiv- ers. Rev. J. E. Hughson, Rev. A.M. I Gordon. Rev. W. Reid, Ensign Rose, Ex-lliiyor T. McVabb, ExrMayor F. H. Merbum, city; Ex-Mayor JVill Colpmun, Cranbrook: E. T. Saunders Pincher Creek. Chairmen of Minors, Carpenters, Labor. Masons and Brewei-s unions. Mayors of the cities o( Ednionton, Calgary, WeUskiwin. Medicine Hat, Mayors of the tonus of Strath-cona, Cordston. Fort Saskatchewan, Lacombc, Okotoks, Olds, Ponoka, Red Deer, Raymond, St. Albert, iX�c-leod, Hig^ River, Innisfail. Pincher Creek. Overseers of the villages of: Ath -ab^sca Landing, Black FaUls. Btair-more. Rowden, Corstairs. Cayley, Cowley, Comrose, Cochronc, Colenuin Didsbui-y, Frank, Glcichcn, Irvine Le-duc. Llllo, Leavings, Lloydminster, Magrath, Millctt, Morinville, Mountain View, Nanton, Penhokl, River -side, Rulcuuvillc, ^tafToiil, Stavely, Stirling, Taber, Vermilion. Mayors of the following cities and towns of Saskatchewan, Moose Jaw Rattleford, Indian .Head,. Maple Creek Moosomin, North Battleford, Qu'Ap-polle. Prince Albert, Saskatoon, Yorkton, Yellow Gi-as.s, Wolseley, Whitewood, Weybuin, War*clla, Ros thcrn; and of Fernie and Cranbrook in British Columbia. Premiers: Peters, Charlottctovn, tovTi, P.E.I.; Halifax, N. S.; St. John, N.B.; Fredericton, N.B.' Montreal, Que.; Quebec, Que.; Toronto Ont.; Hamilton, Ont.; Ottawa, Ont.; Winnipeg, Man.; Fort. William.. Ont. Mr. Cothiag at FenOe. Raymond Band, and Fire Brigade, while the baseball, football, and lacrosse teams will be on the east side of Hound Street, south of Duflerin St. The school children will assemble on the north side of DuITcrin St. and the Trades Unions on the south side. INVITATIONS. Lieut. Gov. Bulyoa, Edmonton; W. C. Sinmiions, M.P.P., Tjetfabridge; Senator DeVeber, Lethbridge John Horron, M. P., Pincher Creek; Hon-Frank Oliver, Ottawa, Ont.; Supt. Wilson, The Barcacks. City; Insp. R. Belcher, The Barracks, City; Ex-Mayor George Rogers, C. F. P. Cony beare. City Solicitor, Mayor W. S. Oalhraith, Aid, O. L. Vrooman, Aid. 'E. A. Cunningham, Aid. R. W. Watson, Aid. H Mac1)cth, Aid, Wm. CNiv-er, C. B. Bowman Antorican Counsul C. A. Magrath, flrst Mayor, P. L. Naiiimiith, Gen. Managter A.R. 4 I. Co.; E. T. Gait, Montreal. Pres. .of A.R. & I. Co.; A. M. Nanton, Winnipeg; Managing Director A. R. * I, Co.: Wm. Staflord Sr., First Mine Sui^erintondent; R.. R, Janidcaon, aen.-Supt. CiP.R., ?algary;. J. Erick on, Supt. C.P.K, Cranbrook, B.C.; n. C; Victoria. B.C. Premiers: ttrters, Charletletown, P.R.I.; O. H. Murray, Halifax, ,N.S.; Wm. Pugsloy.St. John. N.B.; Hon. .f. V. Whitney, Toronto; Lonicr Gon-iu,*' Quebec; R. P. Roblin, Winnipeg; Walter Scott, Regina; A. C. Rutherford, Edmonton; Richard McHridc, Victoria. Governors of Montana, Utah, Minnesota, North Dakota, South DakoCa This list is not.yct authorized but is substantially correct. � � : . o ,-. Mr. D S. McKensle, Deputy Minister of BSducation, went to Calgary Monday on Pepartmontal business. It is surmised that a very large portion of his mission is to discover rhether the ire of the Calgary people over the university coming to Strathcona has cooled sufficiently to make it safe for Premier Rutherford to go through the southern oHy on his way to the educational conference in England next month.-S>trath-cona Plaindealer. Lloydnainstor has chosen the fol -lowing citizens as nwinhera of Its flrst council; Ifoyor H. B.Hall; councillors, Dr. H'HI, H. P. Lylo, N. C. Lyster, J. Whitebraad. Geo. Scott and R. Adams. The miners through Frraident Lancaster of tlte Femie union, tannedi  a tely arra�|rBd for a mass meeting to be held in'Stock's hall at 4 p.m., and posters announcing the fact were on the streets at 1 p.m. These posters also made the announocRleot that a closed meeting of the miners would bo held in the same hall at 7.80 p. m. At 1.30 Hon. Mr. Cushing had an audience with the district board and Vice-President V Lewis. Mr. W. L. Mackenzie "King had arrived, and was a busy man from the beginning. The mass meeting was certainly a mass. The hill was packed to the doors with miners, with a good ;sprinkling ot business nien and. a few ladies. President Lancaster of Gladstone union, was in the chair, and on tba platform were seated Hon. Mr. Cushing. Mr. W. L. Mackenzie King, deputy, minister of labor; Vice-President T. L. Lowis, of Bridgeport Ohio; President. F. H: Sherman, Sec retnry Biggs, Board Member John Sullivan, of ilichel, and W. W. Tut-tie, president of the Femie board of trade. The flrst speaker after the usual preliminary remarks by the chainnan and Mr. Tuttie and was Minister of Works Cushing of Alberta. Mr. Cushing makes no pretense at. oratory, but having been a work-ingnmn and having had a long and successful experience wuth working men, he was in the confidence of that large audi-lence of miner workers before he had l>ecn on his: feet ten minutes. He gave them a plain, ungamlshed tale of how it came about thait the eight-hour lav. which the ralnem had expected to have passed through the Alberta legislature laat winter failed to become law, and gave'them hhi unquallflcd assurance that an eight-hour bank to bank law would be put on the statute books of thai prov-incc next session. The straightforward sUtement coming from such a man as Mr. Cushing. carried with it the weight of conviction, and he was nwvt heartily applauded. We do not belic\'e we are saying too niuoh when we assert that this plain talk of Mr. Cushing did more towards paving the way to an acceptance of the conciliation investigation than did all the other efforts made in that direction, and to the honorable minister of public works for Alberta belongs great credit for the valuable asaistanoe which he has rendered at a most critical juncture. -Femie Ledger, A LOCAL BUDGET. Supt. Erickson was in the tiity a short time yesterday looking over the C.P.R. work here. Dr. DeVeber is exi^ccted to arrive in tlio city to-night and Mrs. De Veb-er will arrive on Saturday night. Mrs. .Tas. Livingstone returned on Monday night from^ Petersburg, Ohio, where she has bceii xisiting for nearly a year. There is a famine in marriage licenses at Melfort Susk., and at least throe weddings had to bo postponed this week till a supply of thesdnoc-cssary forms was secured. Th6 Curdston Agricultural Society will purchaao forty acres from J. A. Wool f for exhibition purpoaea. Mrs. F. W. Galbraith and family leave for Red Deer this week to join Mr. Galbraith who is the proprietor of The Advocote in that kovim. Mi-s. Bryant, the Tcdley Tea demonstrator, who has been at the Hud' son's Bay Co.'s stOre for some time is now with Nelson and Fraser. The drilling operations arc progressing, about 825 feet now beinK bored, a layer of 00 feet of sand and gravel made the Work slow for a few days. The Herald to-day reoeivwl a very interesting account of the ball game at Lacrosse on Saturday, but is obliged to hold it over until next weoq(. A meeting of the-members of the Cricket Club will be hold in O. H. Johnston's store on Friday evening at eight o'clock, for the election of officers. The number of homestead entries at the Lethbridgo Land Office for April is 2'S as against 226 Inst April, lieing an increase of 46 ,6r twenty per cent. The C.P.R. engine No. .100 xot off the track on the Roger's-'Cunning-ham Lumlber Co.'s spur yesterday. The A.R. ts. 1. Co.'s gang had a job getting her back again. Among the building permits isBiHxl during the last few days ar� one for the Ellison Milling Co. for a 945,-000 mill, one for brick semi-detached residence for H. Hutchinson, and one for a hot house by T. L. Clarke, florist. The A. R. 4c' I. Co, repair shops have been busy lately. The yard-engine No. 2 has been thoroughly overhauled and painted, so that it now looks like a new engine. A harrow guage engine has iieon put in order for the HoiTus Steel and Equipment Co. who purchased the Co.'s narrow gauge stock. On Saturday "A. Southard recoivc