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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta The Stetion Standard of Hat Qiiality Marks the Highest Point in -Hat Excellence Evary StotaM Bmt* lh� Stclion Nmm ' We f Ike tirtMn In II uyl�� ' Svli ui* Ucibr. How about Your New Spring Hat? Of all th� nobby style* in Men's Hats to be seen this season, none can be mentioned in the same breatn witlr any o( the multitude of smart and dressy, shapes we are Bhuwin|{ ill The Jno. B. Stetson aad KingHatft These hats are without exception the iiighest value shown in Canada, and'the steadily increasinK sales te8> tify to their well des�r\'ing ix)pulurity. The Jno. B. Stetson Hftts Are to b� found here in all the iiewest shapes for sprinK and summer wear, both in soft and Derbys. SoMt Men Know What They Want That's easy. I(.yon can't see what you vant, oome in and inspect our KING HATS.. It's up to you. Prices 1.25, 1.50, 2.25, 2:50 a memorable celebi^tion Aa Epoch in the City's HialMry Mnrhtftf hy Ooodi SpoHt. Fine Proectiion^ BrllllMit fim�otfc� nn4 Sue-ttftil Banjuti. With Icaflen skius hangtng throat -cningly owr the city, promiolng any-thing but cnlchration wcnthcr, and with hut fftiii't hoi>fs of a typical Sunny Soutlicrn .Alhorta Dtty, lielh-j bridge's, first Natal Day annlversttry with �>flag �ml most of the little girl* wearing white �iresses. a*o licliool*) won great applause a8 they' proudly marched in excellent order through ihe city's Mtivets. JLeafNng the iiccotiowcrought up the rear. The eivic oflMais^.aiHl visitors rigs fol- lace that crowded the �trectft. TAo procession was in orini of excellence lowing the Lothbridge lland was^ the a"*!'HcrM^t has seldom, if ever Ijeen In'cMan parade. While not as larjje'is .e�� for Scofield's heroes frf�m -I'incher Greek, who met their flri�t deitet 'for Hwny moon's ycster-doy. Tl�e - locals strengthened by some newrblodd presented a fol-mid- I aAje^fri^^M^^^ Goal, Sunuier tacks.C^i^hi'prperi half-backs. Walker^ Cliwswick^ forwards,- McMillan, Jl.\rber, Monscr, Fairt)rother, fact that Lathbridgo was one year Fleming: The Whcher line-up includ- TKe 2 Macs Only Exclusive Man's Outfitters In Letbbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE old. The elaborate display of thejcd: Goal, Knight; l>acks, Hiscox, Hudson's nay Cti. received consider-| Miseney; halfbacks, Crillespic, I'cor-ublo uominent, on the dm'y was a non.Alliston; forwards. Weaver I'lir--tticely arCangwl canopy with wtiii'e-j kis, GoiKlon., Cox and McRwon. ' ilocorations and untlcrnealh ; wore j ---t-rttrvafey-''wlliiatifa atter It. fl. Dav--Ihree or four children: TlieUogci-k-.idsan blew the whistle,^.^hc erstwhile (.'imnin;;liam'''Iju�>ber Co. - had a'f"lHS ! clinmpions had the bc.st of it and fore nixl after" array. The foi*mcr {forced the ganio, Sumner doing sonic rig having a good-sized saw-log and nice relieving. Soon however, the I the latter tiK! finished limiber pro-! fast forward line got busy and the 'dnct.Thn Southern Alljcrta -.News play was very even and fast. In ab-jhad a r�ninted lloat from which lioys jout twenty iniiiiitcs, they worked a UEAO OFEICE. TORONTa ESTABUSUEO I Ml B. B. WAUCn, Pr�ei;Ai. irtNAoia Branonee and Agenoiea at all t)  principal pointa in Canada Alaoin Itondon, Inglai d, Kew York, Chioatfo, ' ^ Spokane and I �wioundland ' Travellere' Ctroularl^atteraof.Credit and Cpmraeroial.Credite leeued (or uee in al) partH of the world. COLLECTIONS IjCADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft* mI4 avaUtbIa At all polatt in Uoitnd Statet, KnroM .aai Oanaaa' Intoreet allowed on deposit* at currant ratoa BBCVB Le^tlibridge Branch - l.'^ pie following or watcliing them. � Tlio ! ''er forcing matters and the gaiiu unions showed their loyalty to the i fn**'. travolHng from eml to city's iuteivsts by turning out in;end as Green and Firth reHistcd at-full force, the laborers, mrpenters,!'^��'d. T. W. Haiirahnn I'rcMident of tho Trades and I.Abor Council in n carriage; followed that Ijofly who were.on toot. The Union Marshall, J. M. Kitchic, was in charge. Ity far the most popular feature of the whole procession was the turnout of school children from the Separate and Puilic Schools. Although most of tho senior boys were in the Cadet coi'ps, there were about live hundred children in the line, each from one of which''Biirher took a splendid opportunity and did the needful again. WHh^lefeat staring thcmi in the face, Pincitor got dcs  licrate uitd IngAn to use their superior weight but wHh no avail. Tho |itt|� forwanls 'u^crc''fast and slip  pery. For the lottorpart, Ijothbrldg' Wtts content and nwrcl.v kept Pincher out. Score 2-O; lloth sides played: excellent hall except for a tendency to high kicking. The locals are mucholatod and have visions of the chttmplbnHhip. - (Contiiined on neat iMge.) THE CIVIC BiO^QUET Aliout eighty guests dssentblod in Oliver's Hall to partake of tho banquet. 'I'he hall won to�tefullt decor-alerl and the tables looked very inviting. Kx-Mayor Hogers in oiiening tho programme rogrettetl the absence of Mayor Ualbraith, because of his family l.oreavemont; A letter frmu l^icut. Gov. ]lut.vca expressing regret that he was imablo to attend and licst wishes for Lethbridge's prosperity; 'ielcgrams 'expressing siinilar sentiments w''rB rdSid fromW.A. Oriesbach mayor of Eilmontori; R. S. Cook, Mayor of Prince Albert,' Sask,; and from J. Kelso Hunter^ cit.v blork of llegina. The uhainiMin rCfid a letter from the mayor nuiking a ret|uest that no alcoholic beverages bo uswl which rofiucst was cheerfully honored by the guests. 'I0x-Mn,vor ifl�>gerH in his .chairman's adtlress said: . '^'l regret very much thot Mo.vor Gallirnith ha's iiap|)eno�l 17> lie unal.do to lie present' with'us this evening, on account of the sad lioroav iiient which has licfnileu him. In losing him tonisht we cortniiil;); lose ope who woulil hiixe onteivd heartily into the spirit of the luinrpiet. i have tlie honor of occupying tho thnir, because, I happened to be mayor of Lothbridgo a year ago. 1 often tljitik that 1 may Ijccome not-' ed liccausc of that fact. It is possible our names, the namos of the council may go down to posterity with the nam's of the Itomtilus and Iteinus, the founders Of the ^reat City of Jlomf. j I>!thbrie. Five years ago we- had no .idea of ttie progress to come. , If we had knovn th^t long ago, we would have all l)con millionaires (>y this time, laiying these lots that arc now fieiling for fifteen ami wixtecn thous-anddoll/ir.s, for one thousand, or less then. We had no idea of what was going to take place,, in tho short I time of four or five jiaars. Thci^ has Ijcen also n great increase in ijie (acti\ity. We i-ertainl.v have reason for hoping for givat things. I . I hii^vo just Ijcen travelling for some timm and, e.vo9pt fn'the coast citiiJM, coiiM see no towns in which the�� wus one i|uarter tho octlvity there is here. ( There is a great future for every j town in Southern Allwrtu. Wo would all like to do something to help on, and for that rcnNon our busineHs men' (Oontioaad on aait yaga.) It ia'a well eaUWished fact tliat the "Best, is t!ie Chenpest." Realizing thia. we do not carry a cheap inCeriorclasB of goods. We aell only the beat ami most deiMjmlable niukes. If you want a clieap, alioddy cliiss of coods yoti ctrinot got it here. Every article we aell is Imcked by our guaniiitee of Batisfact-ion, and we aim togive otir iMitrons the best t'oods for the loweat ppaaible price. One bi|; lot of Men's Suits, made from English Worsteds and Vicunaav single and double iireasted, in greys, blacks anil browns, worth fron 15.01) to 18,()0. special for Sntimlny. to eiear, odd lines...........,-..... .........j^lx.50 Another big lot of Men's Suits, worth from 18.0() to 22.00, will be cleared at............................. $ I o.OO There are only a few lefl in this assortment, one or two of e ich iwittern. They nre good value at 18.1)0, 20.00 8iid22.('0, will be cleared Saturday only at._____ . .$i3iOO One lot of Men's Overcoats, all new nobby patterns, will be clearet] at just above half price, us wc do not want to carry them^'Over. � LatesLin Men's Neckwear Yon can depend on this store to keep you right in your neckwear. The right shade, the riglit stylus, and the right patterns. Just now-we have much to 'show you that is new. mart aiitl correct. Smart French Seam Derbys, in Foulard, Peau do Soie and Baratheas. All the latest shades of wine, self colors in birocades. etc. These are the 8easoi�",s best in high grade silks. Sijecial value at..............;............... .50c Meit'.4 String Tie.s, made one inch in width, with either square or ix>inted ends, smart fancy patterns and" solid col-lors. Juit the thing for fold collars. Special value at ...2Sc HEADLIGHT liHIDS-MAOE^ Overalls for railroad Men The "HEADLIGHT" ia the fidlest cut Overall in Anmricai containiiig inore yarrla of cloth to the (lo/env than aiiv other Overall in the land. The"HEADLIOteis niade of theABES^Ci-product of the BEST'denini milla in America. Absolutely nothing but t he BEST' deuimi go into the "HEADLIGHT.' The workmanahip, ciit and tiuisli oL all these garments ia ' the' STANDARD FOB ^LL OTHER M^KEH!*? If yon once get into a suil! of ?i^iW3AI>L^ you will have no othelr^ Prii;e;$2i6|l>ji^ The F. P. Sargent j G L-O VES (Union-made) These Gloves are made without rivets. They have no inside seams. They are heat and waterproof, aud will not rip. Thtiy 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 elegance of these modifh garments have established them as the moat favored coat of tlio season. A new shipment just received from our Eastern Tailors is especially attractive, and it embraces styles that are new and distinctive with matchless tailoring and finish. Remarkable Values TWEED COAT, made three-quarter length, with bo.K pleat back, has velvet collar and (latch pockets, tailored iu smart stylish light grey materials. Price..............................�1].U0 A HANDSOME COAT-Made of heavy weight Cravanette in grey fancy mixtures, bock and front finished with wide straps, collar and cuffs overlaid with silk vf.lvetand broadcloth. Price .7..............................$12 50 ANOTHER STYLISH COAT-Tti light Krey Tweeds, with smart overcluHjks, fmished wUh stitched straps ofaelf, forming yoke and extending down front and back. Price.. ..... .!^12.50 ANOTHER SMART COAT-Of fancy overcheck Twee.l. and finished with stitcheil strapa, col-lar trimmed with silk velvet and bi-ai