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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME a LETHBRIDGE, ALBEKTA. Fit I DAY, MAY 10. 1907. Tha Store of Quality. Satisfaction Gaarantaad QVA.L.1TY The Stetson Standard of Hat Quality Marks the Highest Point in Hat Excellence Every SMim Baari tit* Stetson Nam* We schools won great upplausc as they proudly niarchod in excellent order through the city's streets. Leading the second part of the hnd not the most auspicious beginn-1 parade was the visiting bnnd from Iilng. However, as the day vent on, | Raymond. The Cadets rarne next, the weather righted itself and In the Increasing sunshine all went merry as j u marriage hell. Toward evening, the air grew colder again so that It wus decidedly unpleasant watching the sports. ||' Height nnd curly the llaymond and looking trim and strong with their striking uniforms and their sokllcry bearing, fallowing the bund, was Itobin Sherlock, Itcuring the colors supported b>! th� color troop. Ser-gcont F. Maclelh and I*. tVljuher mounted M.owed. Ttven cuiue the The Jno. B. Stetson H&ts Are to be found here in ull the newest shapes for spring and suniuier wear, both in soft and Derbys. Some Men Know Whnt They Want That's easy. I {.you. can't see what you want, come in and inspect our KINO HATS. It's up to you. Prices 1.25, 1.50, 2.25, 2.50 il.othbrldgo Hands and the Scottish ; body of the Oattets over fifty strong pipers were out on the street 8tin- followed by tlic mounted section Ing up the cnthiiHiiiHin of the popu- ' twenty strong. Major llclehcr, and lace that crowded the streets. jJCnpt.' W. W. Irwin with Hugler A. j The procession was in order with-1 Belehcr brought up the rear. The out dcluy and headed by Major l�ur-(civic officials vnnd visitors rigs fol-nett. the Marshall, inarched through 1�wed. by private citizens, closoil a the principal streets tif the city. Fol- jproccNHion tlmt in point of excellence : lowing the Lelhhrldgc Hand was UuV and interest has seldom, if ever been Indian parade. While not as large as excelled in the city, on previous occasions, some excellent cost nines were to Ik� seen. | Hiding ahead of the business men's flouts wus the chairman of the procession (.'oinnviilec, �!. ji. Fleetwood. ; Sonv very fine flouts were put up by the locnl Arms. I'.. Uurns & Co.'s exhibit was a decora ten crate containing some while l,imhs and walking behind was n fine fat liecf animal. , Hick and Wakeloy's plumbing display TIIK FOOTIIAIA. MATCH; There wus a great big surprise party in store for Scofleld's heroes from Flncher Creek, who met their first defeat for many moon's yesterday. The locals strengthened by some new blood presented a formidable front as follows: Goal, Sunuier I THe 2 Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lstbhridgo THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ueau office. toronto" estahusued is�� B. �. WALKCK, FraaMtnt ALU. LAIRD, Geaaral Maoafar A. m. HKLANO, �aperiatendeiit of Braachaa Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Branches throuchout Canada, and in the United States and England A GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTKD COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS' PAPER DISCOUNTED. I was a bnth-tub on a tastefully dec- 'backs, Firth, Crecn; half-backs. Wal-oratcd rijj. H. ('. Marriott's float kcr, Cticswlck, Wilson; forwards, Mc � was a painted sign announcing the jMlllntt, Bjrbcr, Manser, Fnirhrothcr fact that Lethbridee was one year Fleming. The Mhcher line-up includ old. 'Phc elaborate display of the cd: (loal, Knight; backs, lllscox, Hudson's Hay Co. received consider- |Miseney; half backs, (.itlcspio, l'ear-able conunenl, on the dray was a son. Alliston; forwards. Weaver t'ur- 'nicely arranged canopy with white J Ms, Uordon. Cox and MclCwen decorations und underneath were 1 For afev tiOniftvs after It. ft. Dav-lliree or four children. The Rogers hlsan blew the whistle, the "erstwhile Cunningham Lumber Co. hnd a*'"lie- . champions hnd the best of it and fore nnd after" array. The former ; forced the game, Sunuier doing some rig having a good-sized saw-log and nice relieving. Soon however, the  the latter tin- finished lnmljer pro-:fast forward line got busy and the 'duct. The Southern Allicrtn News play wus very even and fast. In ub- | had n painted Hont from, which boys out twenty minutes, they worked a distributed quantities of Ixnhhridgc 'l>eaulifttl piece of combination when ; literature. I Fnirhrothcr received the bull and The Fire Hrigndo was out In full (scored. For the remainder of the half force with all the apparatus. ;the visitors seemed content to keep Murchingnt the head of the Trades {'���'� t�C trusting to do their I'nions were two pi|>crs, whose music J storing when they got the wind. The stirred the heart of the Scottish poo- j"P*ning of the second half saw Fin-plu following or watching thorn. The chcl' forcing matters and tnc game unions showed their loyalty to the waH V travelling from end to city's interests by turning out in end ns Groan and Firth resisted ut-full force, the laborers, carpenters, i to"** ntwl Iliscox did Trojan work masons, miners and brewers liclng in in W'turn. Finally tho excellent tho line. Owing to a mishap with the ! stamina of the locals told. Bcvcral great lump of coal the miners were ^brilliant forwanl rushes took place You've a want we can .satisfy THE RIGHT KIND OF CLOTHES AT RIGHT PRICES It is a well established fact tlint the "Bust, is the Cheapest.'' RealixinK this, we do not carry a cheap inferior class of yoods. We sell only the best and most dependable makes. If you want a cheap, shoddy class of goods yon cuuiol, gut it hore. Every article yvv. sell is backed by our Kuurantee of satisfaction, and we aim to give our patrons the best ",oods for the lowest possible price. One big lot of Men's Suits, nindu from English Worsteds and Vicunas, single and double breasted, in greys, blucks and browns, worth fron 13.U0 to 18.01). special for Sntnrday to olear, odd lines.................................. Another big lot of Men's Suits, worth from 1H.0O to 22.00, will be cleared nt...............................$ln.Ore good value at iMill, 20.00 and 22.(0, will Ih3 cleared Saturday only at...................$in.00 (Jne lot of Men's Overcoats, all new nobby patterns, will be cleared at just above half price, as wo do not want to carry them over. Latest in Men's Neckwear You can depend on this store to keep you right in your neckwear. The right shade, the right styles, and the right patterns. Just now we have much to show you that is new. smart and correct. Smart French Seam Derbys. in Foulard, Peau do Soie and Baratheas. All the latest shades of wine, self colors in brocades, etc. These are the season's l>esl in high grade silks. Special value at...............................50c Men's String Ties, made one inch in width, with either mpiare or pointed ends, smart fancy patterns and solid col-lors. .lust the thing for fold collars. Special value at. ,25c *4 SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of $1 and upwards received, end interest allowed at urrent rates. The depositor ia subject to no delay whatever la the withdrawal of the whole, ur any portion of the dtp sit. CALOAKV CLAKI'SIIOI.M EU.MONTON HIGH KIV'EK INMSI-AIL BRANCHBV W ALB1UCTA LEAVINGS WANTON STAVBLY LKTHBRIDGi MVCHER CKKEK STKATHCONA MACLEOD fONOKA VEOREVI1XI MtCPICINK HAT ��J� BKKR VERMlUUN WETASMIWIN LET H BR (DOE BRANCH C. fi. K. NOURSE.  - MANAOER r Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Caailal aU aiM up..... Rtscrvtd Faad........, Balaacc Profit aad Lass. .SIM Mi, lit fiett;ng out to give an object lesson in mining, that purl of the display had to l>e dropped. T. W. Ilanrahan 'resident of the Truclcs and tabor from one of which Hnrlwr took a splendid opportunity and did the .needful again. WKIt ilefeat staring them in the face, Fiucher got des  Council in a carriage, followed that j I*"""*'* '�K�n to "W their supci-liody who weiv on foot. The i:nlon|t�r weight but with no avail. The Marshall, .1. M. Ititchic, was in \ "ttle forwanls were fast and slip -charge. Jpor.v. For tl�o latter part, ljothbridg' lly far the most popular feature of,�'�� content ami merely kopt I'lncher the whole procession was the turn - '.out. Score '2-O, out of school children from the Sej>- | M""i shies pluycd excellent bull oxalate and l*ul lie Schools. Although |��l�t tur � temlency to high kicking, most of the senior boys wcro in tho :*r>>f locals nro much elated and huve Ciulet corps, there wero ahoui ttvo | vlHlons of tho chumplouship. hundred chiUlren in the line, each (Continued on llftlt page.) THE CIVIC BANQUET About eighty guetjls nuseinbletl in often th,lnk that 1 may Ix-conie not- Oliver's llnll to partake of the ban- cd Iwcauso of that fact. It is pos qiiet. The hall was tasteful!t tlecor- sible our namcK. the names of the atod nnd tho tubles looked very in- council may go down to posterity viting. with the nnm's of the Itomulus and Head Office, Montreal  PRESIDENT: riqht HON. XOBO STttATMCOMA AHD MOUNT ROYAL, 8, 0. m 0. . VICE-PHE8TDRNT: hon. SIR OKOROa a. DR0MNOMP, k c. ii, 0. t. OLQUSTOK, AL MlKAQU Branonea and Agenoiea at all t) a principal points in Canada Also in London, Ingloi d, New York, Cliioayo, Spokane and I *wi oundland Travallara1 Clroular Lottersol Credit and Cornraeroial.Cradits issued tor use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft* bid available At all point* In Uoitod Stuei, Knropa ana Oanatfa Intaraat allowed on depoait* at currant rata* --- q_ B. T. BtCVE Managar Lethbridge Branch - lv\-Muyor Hogors in opening tho programme regretted the absence of j Mayor (ialbraith, because of his fam-j lily I.eroavemeut. A letter from Inp|H*ned to lm unable to In> present witli us this evening, on account of the sail bereuvjnent uhich has liefalleu him. In losing him tonisdlt wo certainly; lose ope who would have entered heartily into the Hpirit of Iho banquet. I have tho honor of occupying tho chair, because, [ happened to bo mayor of Lothbrldgo a yoar ago. 1 Itomus, the founders of the -great City of Hom;-. | l-ethhridgo looks ahead and its present citizens look ahead to and hope for many groat things in the future. \ j We have somy solid reason for that hope. Five yonrs ugo wo. hud no idea of t/bo progress to come. If we had known thijt long ago, we would have all been millionaires by tlii time, buying these lots that are now selling for fifteen and sixteen thous nnddolbirs, for one thousand or les: .then. Wo hud no idea of what wus going to take place,, in the shor (time of four or live years. There ha been also a great incrcaso in i|ie |activity. We rertaiuly hove reason for hoping for great things, I I have just been travelling for some time and. except ju the coast i^itii.s, coultl see no towns in which there was one quarter tho activity there is here. | There is a gmil future for every I town in Southern Allwrta. We would nil like to do something to help on, and for that rcuson our business men (Continued on wait pagt.) HEADUEH1 OVERALLS K- ...iiti Overalls FOR RAILROAD MEN The "HKADMGHT" is the fullest cut Overall in America, containing more yards of cloth to the dozen, than anv other Overall in the land. The "HKADLKiHT" is made of the BEST -product of lite BEST denim mills in America. Absolutely nothing but the HKST denims go into the �11KA DLIOHT." The workmanship, cut and finish ol all these garments is the STANDARD FOR ALL OTHER MAKERS. 1 f you once get into n suit of "HEADLIGHTS" you will have no other. Price $2.50 pur suit. The F. P. Sargent GLOVES (Union-made) These Gloves are made without rivets. They have no inside seams. They are heat and waterproof, ami will not rip. They cost no more than ordinary makes. THEY FIT. The Best Gloves in America for Engineers and Firemen! A Shipment of Tweed and Cravanette Coats adds Special interest to our Large Display. The smart tailored olegnnce of these modish garments have established them as the most favored coat of tho season. A new shipment just received from our Eastern Tailors is especially attractive., and it embraces styles that are new and distinctive with matchless tailor- ing and finish. Remarkable Values rWKED COAT, made three-quarter length, with box pleat back, has velvet collar and patch poukets. tailored in smart stylish light grey materials. l'riei...............................* 11.00 A 11 AX l)S( ).M K COAT Made of heavy weight 'Cravanette in grey fancy mixtures, buck and front finished with wide straps, collar and cull's overlaid with silk velvet and broadcloth. Trice .7.............................$12 50 ANOTHER STYLISH COAT- In light 'grey Tweeds, with smart overchecks, finished with stitehe.l straps of self, forming yoke and extending down front und back. Price........$12.50 ANOTHER SMART C(>AT f fancy overcheck Tweed, and finished with stitched straps, collar trimmed with silk velvet and braid, -double breasted style. Price...................$17i50 LADIES' COAT of fine imported CravnuHto. made seven-eighth length and finished with stitched strappings of self. Has fancy shaped collar, overlaid with braid. Price......$13,60 A. SOUTHARD PHONE lOO LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ;