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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Tkt Store of Quality. 1 L ,-1 ^ - ^ The Clubs of tin)' Western Canada Mnsoluill league are off on an even start, onch hnvtntf won nnd lost. Tho story of the local games-I* ill* ready known. In tho Hut, on Tiles-Ulny evening, Calgary was lending sod br.-th teams', they Visiting MihlMtnvlnB: a Might advantage, white the tm-nis did tho flatting, tfttncie ink Morton hnv -Ing the honor*, ;^ lh;Uifi ftrst winnings Adam* put a when n fracas look place.''-the 'i*k*'^i^Jii*^jw>iJtod. Dennett wio for tin W0RKIN6MAN WMflTS Workingmen, Attention! Have you ev�r worn the II B K Big Shirt? If not, now i. the time to secure the biggest shirt niudit in Canwla for littto uoiwy A Strong Shirt for Strctig Men They are tmide roomy, comfortable, easy to work in Button* towed on by hunt). Seams cannot rip, reinforced gussets. At any price the* II B K Hig Shirts are tirat. Our K special at 60c is a winner.- Mode of heavy duck in greys and blues, price 60c. HBK Black Sateen Shirts 75c, mode of heavy plain black Bateau, hand sewed, price 75c. " Eztraheavy twill Black Sateen Shirts 1.25, made roomy and comfortable, buttons guaranteed eewed on by hand, tl 25. locnl CAichcr ii'hmtng to he culled out on n foul strike. Tho tonm i-o* fused to piny �n the umpire nwarded CnlgAry tho Rome �-pert n ml Hue* were easy outs. Store l-1. JLMiul' &xo the spheiv u hotly check and was belted t in the championship a�*piimtions of 'lXMcmT* White's aggivgation. The giime was started without any ceremonv. Mayor Oslbralth Having his arm tor n warmer day. From {the sin it to finish the game  was fani nnd clean, although nothing particularly wnHntlnnnl occurred. For the 'first gnm* and considering the polar condition* of tho weather, the, game was of tho chamftUinsblp order. Grimes tlte visiting shortstop1 |ni|J up the stellar attraction when lus robbed Morrhon of a safe one by a running one-handed catch. Aborp i Fognrty. Fifth-Vothing doing. - 4 In sixth. Hues did his stunts catching Orlmek out at first, and nuiking a pretty catch-of linker's taut. In their half the miners got exceedingly busy, Kunzie sent a stinger to right, Kippert lieat put a bunt. Hues gaw both a lift. Fdgarly bunted, 1,unkI fiidded to Wesstcr on first, who. thrnw horfje to catch Nunr.le but was high nnd Kippert gnmlioloil in too. Score Only throe men faced Schuivh In he seventh when game wits call**! on iccount of darkness. w Only Exolusivs Uan*a Outfitters In Let^bridffe (Continued on last page.) ExUMiftlaVPMVOM 4 \ OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE, TOM OX TO ft. S. WAXKM, President Utt. UUftD. Geaersl Maasfer lULAMD, Su|�siiBtsa4eat KSTaBUHMEO I MY C. Simmon'* visited Kdmonton on .Saturday and interviewed the Minister of Public Work* in regard to rc�ds and bridges and fireguards in tho Lcthbrldge district. The Ifcr- aid. is Informed ex|�cn.1itutv will - attiinr oa Bow liver Captain Itoss of the Southern Al -)>crta Navigation Co. has his new-boat the "City of Medicine H�f ready for* launching. The promoters of this enterprise that considerable fare Medicine Hat people and the boat he made on this will lo employed taking cement and Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - S Total Assets, - 113.000,001 Eailsal hrklge rimi| l0 the town; a bridge {lumber up iho How Hivcr to the Ir-will l>o constructed over Chin Coulee rigatlon works of tho South Alberta . on tho TaUr Trail. The main trav-(irrigation Co. and bringing coal to. 000t000 'elling rood and lh" bridges Iwtween Medicine Hut, .Saskatoon and inter- Stirling nnd H.tymond nnd between'mediate BUSINESS IRAXSACTtD ! Raymond and Magruth will be put iu good condition. Conhiderabl/s gmd -ing will also In? done on the main Captain Ross W justly proud of his craft which is 1'JO feet long, 25 foot I team, stern wheel and draws two FARMERS' BANKING Iftry faeUity Afforded Farmers for their bausklac biutBoee.' Bales Motes eashed or tak for collection BANKING BY MAIL.-Deposits may be made or withdiawa by mail. Out-ot'-town accounta receive every atumioo road tioiith and cast leading into the feet  of water. There is cabin and in-mission will Iw held at l^thbtidgo next Tuesday. From there the Com. vial GovornnwnL has announced tho [misKionera will go to Coleman,theme Appointment of lb'. I>.0. Ilevoll an ��nkhead. While tho Coiamission Csal Cemilsslea Here en Tuesday (Social (o Herald.) LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. D. K. NDUKSB, MANAOBB ,ac �t Toronlo I'nlvor  :ty. Ho tnul"*^1 ,n '�orontoi in 1801 �n�l ha� �"'ec thnl �'tt;t0 ennnoctrt with Chicago ViUvemUy. is at Ijcthhridge, tho evidence Ti'om Tabor will also be beard. Hon. \\\ II. Cushing will attend the iniUul session ami will then visit the various points iu the south in the interests of the Public Works Department. Bank t Montreal C. P. R. IW4 LMgslMrtmci's Strike Ended. ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid ns Ktetrvad Paad Salaact Frolil and Lais e II. Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: MlfiUV MOM. [.omd stmatmcom* AMU atilUMT IWtAL,  o VIOE-PAEff IDENT; mom. si a eaoaoa a. uaoMMoais a. a, at. o. a s. oLoosToa.'aii'w.ai S4s*�sa ranonon and Agonoics at at) U�e principal pointe in Caeada 1 Also iu London, Inglai d( New York, Chicago), 1 Spokane and tJewtoundland TravaUara1 Circular I^ettersof Credit and Commercial CreaUta iaaued for use in al) parte of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE OK FAVORABLE TERICS Drafts sold a fallible si all patsts la United Stales, Karepe fa ad Cassis Inlaraat allowed on dopoatts al curroni raloa (BpotM to the Herald.) Olanaholni. �' undor the l , ln0 Thin la the pn��iition of 1* kind in the West. LethkrMga Dhtriet. (Sl*ecial to the Herald.) Mont rent, May as.-The LongH.hor*�-mcn'h strike here is ut nn end a ml Ovc thousand of the unic n nu*n huvu found themselves out in the euld. The men are re-engaged ok they presented tliemKelves by ouch nnd Ivok. en in the outsidu are now rlnmur-ins: for the application of tho U>m-ietix Act. The loss to the port of Montreal is rHiimaletl at half a mill ion. fSpecful to Horalf.) Culgary. May 2:1.-'Lethbrtdgo has been made tho heud of a now district l\v the Alberta Methodist Conference. .The district -includes the territory fn>ni Grassy Mke to Frank. Mo rang and Co. of Toronto haw jbeen awanled the contract of sup-plying readerN to the public KchooW of l>oth Alhertu ami 8aHkntche\vun. | The Canadian Pacific Is putting on a now tri-weekly transcfintlnontal train to make the run to Vancouver twelve hour* faster than the prowm express 'Vha now train will ci miles inlets than 85 bourn. I i Lethbridge Branch a, r. efeve MaM��r (Serial to l|w Herald.) Gdmonion, Mny 2a.-Owing to the .increase in l�� P��� �r flour lho price of bread bus been increased here. 1 Pa, what's the dlfTeronco between a piofeswion hih! a trade." "The t!imn who works at n trade quits when hisoight hours are up. Theinnu who follows a proioKsion has to keep on until bis work is done."-Chic -ago ltecord-Herald. Present worth rimVft.BO, 10.00,11.00 and 12 50. They are madein-tiirioua atytee,atidifiat^iifcvA preeeiitnig-a most cletfirable selection to enrly-abopbera, , v / U ^^^u^M^Jk It ia;onsto�iiary with, tbia'store to periodically make ft tbimiinR 6�t of the last of lines and kd"ra sisws, Die styles are nil popular new spring models. �;�  ':; ::h^^ fhe range of mnie'rials in chides light and inedinin weight materinla in Fancy Tweeds, Cheviota; �ffivoi!SltP8^ Aiade *iip"in1'j anil JlengthV'Fiffr loose fit tinff back. Also dre��y hoit htting coats, clnefly injight grey colors. $5.00 SATURDAY SPECIAL Styles in Spring Costuitii ' 1 ;V. Originality is well illustrated in aall our models, and the effect is magnificent. costumes, 18 -Parisian Design Eton, with fancy vest, trimmed with revere of moire silk, silk lined coat, skirt piped to match cloth. Made in \ cream worsted with over checks of black, also plain colors. Quality 4 cloth.............80.00 asi-""Johnny Walks" Walking Suit, the fnsh-ionable walking suit this season, coat silk lined, collars and cuffs of i noire. Made in tweeds in checks and stripes. Quality \) cloth .....22.00 111-Dressy Eton Suit, silk lined, trimmed with black silk military braid, fancy vesting of silk and braid, fitted belt. Made iu wool taffeta or panama cloth, oolors navy, black, brown, green or cream. Quality 3 cloth...........25.00 44-New Pony Walking tSuit, trimmed with cream moire on collar and cuffs, and pocket nicely braided with soutache. Made in large assortment of fancy check tweeds or any plain cloth desired. Quality H clott .................25.00 20-Pohetn Eton Design, trimmed with moire and fancy braid, owt silk lined, made in navy, brown, grey or" black,chiffon pannnm or Venetian cloths. Quality 5 cloth................. 80.00 2.1i V - 3 inches lmg^t with fancy braid, soutache and lace, good ity black taffeta....................... .$860.00 820- Parisiun Design Silk Coatt 50 inches long, iu black taffeta, trimmed with fancy venting and military braid. : Made in two qualities at.. ... i> ..$25.00 and 90.00  * #  as* r - 827-Stylish Model, raw ailk coat. Made in natural color, trimmed-with fanoy^ vesting, 50 inches long, suitable for occasions:..;;  .B0.00 820- Dressy Covert Jacket, 2Q cloth......10.00 880-Nobby Short Cont, ^with -new-- GWebh shoulder. Made in fancy tweeds, trimmed with broadcloth strapping, unlined. Quality 4 cloth ..................;...................lOCO retitieat Spring twear K - - w Ju aiiticii)ation of lho demand! we are carrying a selection of J- k1 -r �A  r i i Shoes thut is so extensive that we're sure we can please you if you'll ouly let ua try, - Hera are a tew of the popular models designed for those who desire' pronounced style without sacrificing dignity or good taste. ' " J . - L 1 j * � t Come in and see what a variety of leather and patterns we cau show yon in our ato� Prices...... .................$lh 3.30, .'I 78, 4.00, 4.^0 and 8,00 at. h 4 RHONE lOO a -*m. f � s ' ;