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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta STORES The Quality Stores of the West is Economy in Buying Our CLOTHING y direct from the makers and in large We the fewest and top which makes it easy buying iir Leaders in Mens Suits a tweed suitable for business of Canadian fit and finish per cau a either Tweeds or all neat all Handsome Hats for Men CHllISTEYS AMD The style and quality of these hats are too well known to require any Our magnificent showing this spring is certainly all that1 can be blocks in stiff hats from to Spring blocks in soft hats to all new and ready for your Attractive Styles in New Lawn BLOUSES The most attractive blouses one could wish thor oughly good in every and shown in a range of styles that is certain to satisfy the moat particular Fit and finish of every garment See our made of nice quality front beautifully embroidered in hand some scroll design and finished with fine threequarter all each Blouses made of good quality front trimmed with fine tucks and em threequarter all Blouses fine quality Mull blouses embroidered front or eyelet work in pretty scroll also Very Blouses made of extra fine quality beautifully front with fine embroidery work and threequarter trimmed to match body of Price New Summer ON DERWfeAR A complete of LadUs knd Childrens Garments in the medium for summer Our summer showing is ready it is stock replete with great from garment to CIVIC CELEBRATION ArraAgemtntt are Nearly SPORTS AND BANQUET Arrangements for Many Features for Celebration The coimnittee on Civic Celebration reported considerable progress when the meeting was over last Saturday Fleetwood presented a complete outline of the parade which will be as follows Marshall Lethbridge Indians Merchants Comic Kaymond Fire Brigade School Children Miners Union CarpentersaiKi Bricklayers ami Vasons Srewcrs Laborers Trades and Labor Cadets Baseball Teams Football Teams Lacrosse Teams Citizens and Visitors in A communication from the Ray mond Band was read accepting an of fer of for the The appropriation of for the parade was divided as follows Fire Brigade Indians Cadets f School Children for flags Prizes for merchants floats Prizes for comic For Rigs In addition to a grant of is made for theTradea and Labor Council to defray the expenses of the union The catering difficulty that stood in the way having the banquet was overcome through the offer of Aid of Wesley menu for the Imn iuet which they agreed to provide 150 people for the cele brmtion coimnittee to provide the t chairs and An offer from Nelson and Fraser to sup ply the and cofTee was received and thankfully Ol iver offered the use his hall For tthe The committee nck BOwIedgeu kindness of Colp manager of the Jobbing and Commission company in offering the use of their but de cided to use the larger lUs banquet vill be held which the fireworks display will be The invitation Hrt WAS revised and corwMerably Among those who will receive invita tions are The committeepassed a resolution calling upon all business houses and private citizens to decorate their premises for the A suggestion was and will probably be acted that the children of the be given mobile It is thought that all owners of autos will fall in with the suggestion to give the youngsters a good The programme was adopt The order for the day is Cadet Cavalry Fire Brigade Baseball Clnresholm versus matclu Pincher Creek versus High River versus in Olivers Grand Display of God Save the ExMayor Daysland Father Chiv Ensign ExMayor ExrMayor city ExMayor JVill Cranbrouk Sauntlers Pincher Chairmen of Masons and Brewers Mayors of the cities of Medicine Mayors of the townsof Strath Fort Red Mae High Pincher Overseers of the villages of Aih Gushing at The miners through President Lan caster of the Fernie iuxnedi atelir a mass meeting to be held half at 4 and posters announcing the fact were on the streets at 1 These post ers also made the announcement that a closed meeting of the miners would tie held in the same hall at At Gushinghad an audience with ttie district board and Mackenzie King had and was a busy man from the The mass meeting was certainly a The hillwas packed to the doors with with a good T HE PARADE AHR AXG chairman of the procession handed out the following arrangements for the parade At nine oclock sharp the Loth bridge Band will take its position at the intersection of Round andIted path On the west side of Round the Indians and mer chants floats The Cadets will line up on the west side of Round south of DufTerin On the east skleofRoundstreet uill be the comic Raymond and Fire while the and la will be on the east side of Round south of DufTerin The school children will assem ble on the north side of DulTerin and the Trades Unions on the south Edmonton Lethhridgc Senator John Pincher Creek Jlon Frank The City The City Ex Mayor George Cony City Mayor Wat Oliv Bowman American Cotmsul first Manager Win Managing Director Jt Stafford First Mine Superintendent Erick abasca Landing Ulack of business amLa few I President of Glad Colemanj stone in the and Irvine Leon the platform were seated Mackenzie minister of labor Vicc President of Bridgeport Ohio Sec rctnry Board Member John of and Tut president of the crnie lxard of trade The first speaker after usual Irelitninary remarks by the chairman and Tuttle ami was Minister of tain River Mayors of the following cities nnd towns of 3foose Jaw Creek North QuAp Prince Yellow thorn of Fernie and C in British Premiers Mon Ros Works Cushing of Cunh n0 bttt having Jeen a workingman nnd having had a long and successful ex perience with working he was in the confidence of that large audi Toronto ence of miner workers before he hwd been on his feet ten ITe gave them a ungnrnished tale of how it came about the eighthour which the miners had expected passed through the Alberta legislature last winter failed to become and gavethem his unqualified assurance that an eight hour bank to bank would be put on the statute books of that prov ince next The straightforward statement coming front such a man as carried with it the weight Ont Port Premiers Charlettetown TL Toronto Lomcr Oon Quebec Winnipeg Walter Regina Ruther Edmonton Richaid Governors of Min North South Dakota This list is not yet authorized but is substantially x Deputy Min ister of went to Calgary Monday on Departmental It is surmised ihat a very large port of is to discover rhether the ire of the Calgary peo ple over the university coming to Strathcona hiw cooled sufficiently to make it safe for Premier Rutherford to go through the southern city on his way to the educational confer ence in England next cona Lloydminslcr has chosen the fol lowing citizens as members of its first council Mayor IL Hall Scott and of and he was most heartily We do not believe we are saying too much when we assert that this plain talk of Cushing did towards paving the way to an ac ccptance of the conciliation investi gation than did afl the other made in that and to the honorable minister of public works for Alberta belongs great credit for the valuable assistance which he has rendered ixt a most critical There is a famine in morriage lic enses at Mel fort ami at least three weddings had to be postponed this week till a supply of thesiinec esRfiry forms AVOS Tho Cardston Agricultural Society will purchase forty acres from Woolf for exhibition A LOCAL Erickson was in the city u short time yesterday looking over the work DeVeber is exacted to arrive in tlie citytonight and Be Veb er will arrive on Saturday Livingstone returned on Monday night from vvhcre she hns Iwen visiting for near y a Galbratth and family leave for Red Deer this weak to join Galbraith who is the proprietor ofThe Advocate in that the Ted fey Tea dem whphas been thf Hud sons Bay store fur sometime is with and The drilling operations are pro about 325 feet now being a layer of 00 of santi and gravel martc the slow fur a few The Herald todny received a interesting account of the ball game at Lacrosse on is obliged to hold it over until next A meeting of themembers of ihe Cricket Club will be held Johnstons on Friday evening at eight for the election or The number of homestead om ries at the Lethbridge Land Office for April is 272 BS against 22i last Ixjing increase of IG Hor twenty per The engine 500 got off the track on the Lumtor spur The gang had a job getting her back Among the building permits issued during the last few days are one for the Ellison Milling for a 000 one for brick semidetached residence and one for a hot house by The A1 repair shops have been busy The yarden gine 2 has been thoroughly ov erhauled and so that it now looks like a new nkrrow guagc engiirc has been put in order for the Hoffus Steel and Equipment who purchased the narrow gauge On SaturdayAt Southard received the following message from the man ufacturers of the Rambler mito mohile Inhill climbing contest at Model Rambler two cylinder wen against Olds Lo comobile ami SlcvensDiiryea four ami Reo and Buick two cylinder The Rambler was the only car to climb the hill on the high Jeffrey The Pioneer is building an 18x3C press room and oftcc at IVS great moderate ease the first day are the distinguishing features of Queen Quality Shoes have caused them to be be yond all other womens shoes in the world and which by the same token bring women in throngs to select their shoes The seasons new styles are now For street and general wear Glazed Kid and Gun Metal leathers be the vogue with discriminating Priced and Some Patent Leather styles FRED We Owe it to Our Cut Glass Display To again bring it to your Siace we last spoke to 3011 on this subject we have added to our showing some delightfully attractive and we are anxious lo have you see It is Impossible to mere words can give you no indication of the scintillating loveliness of this And wo can honestly spy that our todays Cut Glass display is larger nnd more attractive than ever R the Jeweler Boys are no longer allowed to fre pool rooms or bovling alleys in A good Box ;