Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 13

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 36

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETIIBRlbcfi. ALBSilTA. TllUtCSDAY. MAY 23. 1907. TIm SloM oTOMiity. HBK BIC SliiRT iir Iks WINiKIN6MAN Workingmen, Attehtion! Rave you ever worn the H B K Big ShirtT^ If not, now it the time to secure the biggest shirt made in Canada for little money � A Strong Shirt for Sircag Mm They aremade robmy. comfortable, easy to work in But-tont tewed on Ity hund. Seams cannot rip, reinforced gussets. At any price the HBK Big Shirts are first. Our K speckal at 50c ii'a winner.' Mode of heavy'dack>in greys and bluet, price H BK Black Hateen Shirts 75c , made of heavy plain black 'Sate�n,;haod slewed, price 73c;; : - Eztra heavy twill Black Sateen Shirts 1.25, made loomy and (wmfortable. buttons guaranteed sewed* Mi by^aud. |1 25. Jutt the IhiAf for Mln^y M�ft Heavy Twill blue and black Serges, made exit a large, easy to work in. Prices 1.25, 1.Bo, 1.50. A LEAD PIPE ;CtNCB^That'8 what we claim to have in H.B.K.  HUSiCY SHIRT made of Noxal triple woven fabric, doable f titohed tbroagbovt, wilh tix-cord thread, buttons sewed on byhand. " With every pair of Husky Shirts we give you an absolute gOf^rauteethat if worn out in 12 months to.ieplace free of charge Come where you can get the Big Dollar's worth. Uthbridgo WiM Md LoMii^PMl Aro iB*ll #i�y�4-Locttlt The riHbn of the Wcfrtein Caiiild* iWldJa� ; C^^ br.th Imiim'. ItMehall League nie ofT on nit eveii tiw, visMfng t4�^;ha\inK a slight Btart, onch hftvlng won and lost, �dvaRts�e,' while the locals tcating Men-itt'h hunch 2-1 in a fniDt game of .seven inningH. ' . To-nieht Cnlgary playM the locals with ilie following lino-up:-RuMsoll, l.f.: Thylor, c.f.- O'Neili, r.f.; O'Donr nell lb.; Chandler, 8h.; Parrcli, 3h.; Shine. K.H.; Quinn c; and citherWhile or Dan-ett will pitch. Either Fog-nrly or Schurrh vii; be on the Hlab for the city t^Hiin.; A fant gnmc will surely he played ah each cluh Ih l>ound to get a lead. liieefl hini .toJ.iiBCpiid, Grimes landed CM in Foster'i i^ard, scoring Adams Baker gave foga^iy a chance and Orinea' mafkia nfct� at third. Crist kniliiMt Footer a-KMss as a starter. Mack in -helped him to ^wm\ awl he tame 'home oif MiifBZK's two-bagger deep^ right. ..Kippcrt and flues wer* aaay outa.^ ticore 1-1. I tAtl�uVWK^9 the a'jtiicro a iMxIy check and waa hellted-U^ itecond Iv Ford, j akirtg third on Fogarty's mutr^ and croased the pan'oh Wcsslor's out at flrat. Wliecler weifvl c.ut at first. After Fogerty 9M)> a fly to Wessler, Orimen nwdo hW atar play, Itogei s I'was hit Ijnt Schureh faniwl. Score l�thliridge .. Kdmonton ... Medicine Mat Calgary ... ., STANDIMI. j la'the. third It was one, two. thi>� V-fbr afeioatoji."Ditto.for our bunch. Plnved. Won. Lost. P.C. j Cirimee Aooli;�la secbftd hit. Baker 2 11 ,V)0" ** * 8�hurch'8 mulT, Lussic o  , . "r,oo got ont at Arat. With men c� sec ...... " � ond . and third, F�ird did not take 1 1 1 1 :500 .aoo The 2 Mac8 Only Exoluaive-Uen'e Outfitters - -In LetXibridae EAMatMZUtllrMgc4. Though the weather was so cold t*at fur coats were in order, over Ave hundred enthusiasts shivered for an hour and a half while the local basekall te�m put- the first crimp; in the championship aspirations of 'Dertcon" White's aggregation. The gamo was started without any ceremony. Mayor Oalbraith saving his arm for n warmer day; From ithe start to fliiish the game was.fast nnd clean, although nothing partic  utarly (sensational - occurred.' For the I Arst game and -considering tha po)ar conditions of ttie weather, the j^iiine was of the chanH^ionship ordcr>i^^^^ Grimes the visiting shortstofj pti^ up the stellar attraction when ''ita robbed Morrison of a 'safe  one by � 'running one-liamied .-catch. ^ Sharp the, ^'M|ueb�e!^i''Milfnal, and- Orimcs was an easy'^oitt; After Kippcrt and Itues-had ;h6Wiiid;oirt, Fogarty got a paas, / stole/^SNtveiid; and then .Morn  son got info'Neart of the fans by oeadingvtlie sfiheri* over Adan^'K head for two bnse�;v tying 'the score with rifth-.-Xothing. doing. In flixtb.Bues'did his stunts catching Orinwlr'oiit at flr.t, and ntaking a -prettyvucatch'of Baker's rout. ;Fd?'(in last. pa�ei:\.-'l:;;:^ OF COMMERCE OFFICE. TOaOSTO ,li it WAUCR. PTMWtnt fe|iBD, Qaaaralllaiutsr 4. �. IBBLAHD, SupailatMidMtt ef caraauiHico iMf iwdiurcipitairftt,gg,|jo; Rest, -  - 5.000,000 TotalAsaett, - 113,0004^01 W.. C. Simmons visited Rdmonton on Saturday and interviewed .the ;it'ini�ter. of:J>utiMc Works in regard to iT�ds. ftMt bridges and (insguards jinitho Lethbridge di.strict. The Herald is informed that considernblo I exftcn.liture will fee made on the britlgc road to the town; tibridga wilt tioj constructed over Chin Coulee mr.- Captoin Itoss df> the Southern v A) -berta Navigation'^^Go. has his new boat the "City of Medicine Hat" ready for Maunching. The promoters of ^ithis enterprise aro Medicine Hat people and the boat will .to employed takiag..:conient and lumber up,the How River to the Ir-rigailon works of the South Alberta Sattirday Morning 20 Stylishly Tailored Women's Coats go on Sale at $5:00 ' Present worih rims i150.10.00,11 00 and 12 50. They are made in Tarious styles and materiglt^  presenting-a most dedirable selection to early.shoppers. '-',-,-.'1' � 'I . It is customary with this store to periodically make a thinning out of the la�t of lines mdoM \ si/es. 'The styles are all popular new spring models . . � 1 ni..  i.^r'ii The range of materialfl inchulps light �mrr.nMli�in wgightmaterials in Fancy rweedt,UhevtoU, \ Cmvejietteg. etc.. niade iipin"^ anil riengths. with loose fitting back. Also drfsay short Ught-, fitting coats. chie6y in liglit any colors. ' , .�'11.-' V- $5.Q>Q SATURDAY SPECIAL $5.00 Smart Styles in Spring Costumes The most exclusive styles of the season are represented in our exhibit of new spring JBOttoniM. \ Originality is'well illustrated iu all our models, and the etfect is magnificent.^ Chotc* talectt^tt-.-r/. vlS-^Parisiah 3, ipesign Eton, with ^ fantjy, Wst, ;trinitiieJ with revcrs of mbire silk. Ailk linetl coat, skirt pipefl to r motch cloth. Made iii I cri�m wbrstefl with over checks^ of ljlack,^^^^;n^ � plain colors; .Quality 4 cloth.............30.00 19-^Dressy Kton Suit, .siik linedj trimnied with : bltick silk military braid, fithby vesting of silk and braid, fitted belt. Made in wool tatfeta or panama cloth,: oolprg navy, black, browtf;; green or cream,"Quality .3 cloth...........25.00 20-Porieta Eton .Design, trimmed with moire and fancy.braid, coat silk lined, made in navyi brown, grey of black,chiffon pann ma or Venetian clolhs. Quality 5 cloth................. 30.00 2fivThe Gibson Model, Eton Coat, with separate belt, lined with silk, trimmed with silk collar and cuffs. Made in fancy tweed or fine s.erge in navy, black and brown. Quality 3 cloth.. 20.00 3:{-"Johnny Walks" Walking Suit, the fash', ionable walking, suit this season, coat silk 1 i iied. coUnrs anil cuffs of tnoire'. Made in: tweeds in checks . and strii)es. Quality 3 cloth ................22.a) 44-New Pony Walking 8uit, trimmed with cieam nioireou;' collar and cuffs, and ' pocket nicely braided with sou. tache. Made in largeas; sortm^nt of fancy check tweeds or any plain cloth desired. Quality 3 doth. .................25.0Q 68-Latest^Fifth Ave Design, for drata, w�ir. black silk Eton coat, with embroidered {Anelt, separate belt, silk lined. - newest in pHated skirts. Good quality taffeta silk . ;.....36 �-ial to Herald.) 'Edmonton. Miiy 2a;-The Vrovin cial Oovernnnffnt has anncunco - t^"' appointment of Pr. D. O. Ilevell as M���''he�d While the fJomimission Provincial Pathologist. Dr. Rovoll is l*" "t I^t^jridge, the evidence Vionv �t present in the pursuit of poH,t- ~'- *"* "^"^ graduate work at Toronto llniver  sty. Ho graduatofl in Toronto in (iSO'l and has since that date been connected with Chicago University. . . ' m ;. C.P/R. FlMd. (Special, to the Herald.) Taher: will also be heard, Hon. -W. H. Cushing will attend the iniltnl session and will then visit the various points in the south in the interests of the Public Works Wcpartment. Claresholm, Mny 28;-The C. I� n was ftnnl's IKiy Act for having allowed � freight to l>e shunted on Sime appealed This ,is the first prosecution of the kind in the West. UthMf� Dillriet. LMfgiktrtmca's Strike Ended. - (8|�cial to the Herald.) Montmil. May 22.-The Longshoremen's strike-heiw is at an eml and Qvc thousand of the unicn men hnvo found thonvselvcs out in the coIjI, The nien nic re-engaged as they presented themselves by ones ond tvos. Men en the out.sido are now ulnmoi-ing for the application of the I*m-ieux Act. I'ho loss to the port i>t' I Montreal is tsiimated at half n mill �Ion.-: ^!,m=rvNew GibsottCovert Jadietv tightjBtting^^^ inches Mug, the latest desii^u this season. Made in best quality coverts, plain or fancy, isateett. lined. Quality H'cloth.................f 14.00 :i6{)-St.vUsh Tailored Design, with pleat over shoulder; trimmed with broadcloth and fancy: limifUng..M'tde in fancy tweeds, all colors, uii;:; lited. Quality 4 cloth................ .$18.00 312r^Stlritet?y Tailor Made, tiight fitting covert jacket^ 22 inches long, self strapped, fancy covert ts, tbo litest. vQiiality 6 doth fi^^;^^^^^ 313-Lgtest New- York Design, spring coat. Made-withtiiltson shoulders, nicely; strapped, I'*ngth 30 inches. coUar and cuff of bro.idcIoth. trimmed with silk soutache. Quality 4 clothv; ...................$15.00 with fancy braid, soutache and' ity black taifetn. �26-Parisian Design Silk Coat/50 incltMl long, in black taffeta, trimmed .with Caiiejr viniting aiid:^ military braid. :Made in two qualitiiels St.u .....  ..-i...;. i>'...$25.00andB0|.OO:^. 327^-Stylish �MoaeV;Viitfiiikv'5Ki^ natural color, trimmed with faiioy; v�g�iiiig,^SOi inches long, suitaljjefor Maaaioiui::.^vV.; 320-Dressy Covert Jabketf 20'-iiwh^ liiii;'* tight fitting, unlined. Made iu'fancy of .[dain , coverts; Quality 6 cloih.. ;V. i-:^V^lthl>ridgc has itf! both Alhel-ta and Saskatchewon. Iieen made the head of a'new district | The Canadian raciflc is putting on by the Alberta Mothodlst Conference, h; new tri-weekly �transcontinenlul The district inclmtes Iho territory train to make the run to Vancouver twelve hours faster than the present, 'e.ypr(!8S. Tiie now train will ccAor 3,004 miles inless than 95 hours. I ;"f*a, what's the dlflferoncovlictwoen from Grassy Lake to Frank. ^ - � CdmofttoB Br�U MiMt (Sped"! to the Herald.) a profession and a ti�de,^'� 'tht! Jinnn  who works at a trade fjuiis E.imonton; May 23.-Owing to tiw when hlaeight houis are iip. Theman increase in the price of gour the who fpllowa a proiossion has to keep price of bread has been Increasod on; until his work is done. *'-Chic-here. 8� Hieord-Herald. Come in and see what a varie.y of leather and p,itter4>reb^iriiib^i^ . jnces......,.......:............,.^..^^^^^^^ .....J 'j I 44 ;