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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ihe Herald YOLVME a LETHBRIDOE, AtHEBTA. THUnSDAY. MAY 30. 1907. fOMllly. J Will You, Mr. Purchaser, Investigate the great values we are showing in Fit-Keform Fine-tailored Clothing m Fit-Reform-fint in the fiiBld and intiiijthv Mtesni 'of Cftoadisn men of tut� J^:and.diMrimin�tion. ^ .^nvtrncccoatiiii Soils in Scotch Tweeds, Irish homeepane,fadeleM eerges Englith flannels. , There is harmony of colors, an elegance >of tone, an eidosiYeness of pattern, a perfection of fit, to Fit Rerorm Summer Suits that moke them inimitable Prices 12.60, 13.60, 15.00 to 18.00. Fit Referm Fine Tailored Snits, made of imported twaedSi single and double breasted, priee 16.00. . Double breasted "Strand," a very popular Fit Reform style, made of imported Tweeds and Worsteds, tailored thron- Shout. Prices 16.ri0,18.00� BOO. Fit ll�fofm FiM Tailored Suits Made of imported Worsteds, in prey's, blues and black, any stylev prices 20.00, 22.00, 25.00. Bif VahMt ilk Clicai^ ClolkhMI Prtj^O 50 BANK MONEY ORDERS I AT TM rauMMIS IIATUI pvw sad Ml �wMdiaf;�lt. cmm '*m " � " IS TkMsONwtareMyiiMeiit par M my io�M la CsMMtai ofa Chmtttnd Bank (Y�kM awl at iha principal baaiiing p�iau la the Ualtsd Slates. Thar ara atf iMiaM* at $4.90 to lb* atwlinir'ii OiMt .Vkqr tem n ascaHtatiaMiod af raltttoi ainaU Sums ef naaajr wtth asMjr . saist MBSU ceal.aBd suy ka aMsiesd wiSwit at any aOtet aT tka r ' CAtOARV CLARESIIOLM CUMO.NTON iilGII RIVER IN.MSFAIL BKANCHM M AlbMUITA UM/MOB munmi stavilv LBTHMIOOi niH^iia CKKBK STRATHCONA MACLBOO ffmHMU VBO�BVILLI MEOICINB HAT tSn Mka VIRMILION WBTASWWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C 0. K. NOURSB. MANAOBli Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 CapHal � psM �� II4JIM1I vi4 Head Office, Montreal PRCBlbSVT: ATBooaa aas ho VXCEPnCttDSNt: �o�. na eaoaas �, samiMoii^. a e. a. e. s. . OMOSToa. eiamui, r inadex Uraneoes and Aaelioiesat aU tlapHaeipal pointslaOaaeAa Also lu Loudon, Englaidi KsiWYe^k, Cbieaae Spokane and rewf^uadlaatf ' travellsrs* Circular Lettersot Credit sind Cemmerstal Otedlas . ; 'IssusdtorttseinallparUefthewerld. bdx^LicTibira icADs OK FAvoRABxii tanin brsfl* aalS arslUMa at all palata la UaitaS Statat, Bsrapa Teed Oaasds latereat all�wf4 en depealta at eiirreal retea Lethbridg* Branch - a. r. JNTERESnHIG EVIiMEIIKf HEARD Millers and Opcraltrs Civc laptrtiM bidcicca Ctal CaniiiisiM Scssians^liaR. W. I. Cisiail liymciili flic fitvcrnoiciil. Tho Alticrtft Goal ConwMMion eon- ' botli tliMe ........ ,v�>ned;here on Tuesday marning "at hour day, but,not the Court HouM; Hon. Chief Jaa- tico BIfton pn!Sic-lieved a Coatpoeaation Act would encourage carelessness. Mr. Dixon said he did not cnio wns present during the day and fol. lowed the evidence very closely. The first Witness in ttui uK-rning was .lohn ent, he Haiti, be was paying,on a run of aiino basis niore'than his largest competitor was paying Tor screened McTnggart an employee of the Gait coal. Ah to the hours, he reniarke for twelve years. He seemed | that once nisn weiv gfore it was screened. He found jder smoke waa one of the worst things to be contended rith by the workmen. { The system of paying wages 'at the Oalt min� was complained about I Two. woeka wagoa were held back, and a new employee had to work a full month before he was paid a cent of wages. Mr. Crabbe contend-ed the men ahould be paid for the coal they turnM put. .before It waa screened, not after. He also held that timbering should be paid for separately,., that it should not beparl >'hortage last winter and Mr. of a miner's work in taking out lock stated that the C.P.R. he only got 65 per cent, coal, the Imlahce being slack for which thciw was not a:market. Tohn Marsh of Woodpecker; Frank Wilcox and W. 10. Dullock, Talwr, gave evidence this morning. They are al*. operators anti arc opposeil to n compensation Act as long as the market supplies only inexperienced lni>or, as is the case ot present. Thcy httxe an eight hour day in their mines. The average wage is from $1 to �7, ail three complained of cor nul -had coal. Onthe question of hours Mr. confiscated cars containing $5,000 Crabb favored eight hours. He said worth of his coal and he had not .yet that men eniplo>'cd underground suf- been pais wore not used. � ^ H. Kosaino, 18 years n miner, received 13c a tun as a machine runner. He averaged 25 to 80 tons a Senator DoVebor, pi'esident of the Canadian Club, has ifccivod letters tfron* bo^h Hon, Frank Oliver and iHon. 11. [>*mioux, stating that they will lie pleased to ale for them to do so. Loe�i lJBiprovcmea|t. Iload machinery lins kKon ordered consisting of a seven ton roller ami A road machine, front the "Austin Manufacturing Co. ci Cbicogo, III; As soon as these arrive, work ^'ill be rushed forward on the streets. One of the great problems in getting the munici|ial streets and roads fixed, is the scarcity of help, properly equip-day. He contended that the vontila, !|)ed outfits not Ixiinft available. It liou of the Gttit mine was Imd and lis ex|icote�l that in a few days., ar-DoflaM McVab agreed with him. How Irangements will Iw niudo so that the ever he considered the mine was a j work on the MacLeod Hoad will Iw safe one. McKabb g^ts aOc an hour'started ami upon tlio arrival of the for looking after nvincrs tools. Wm. machinery that on the streets also. Da\is another witness, recoives DOc f'Tlie high-pcwcr lino from the stand an hour ns rcllor man. - All these ||>i|>e to the pump-house is being pro-witnesses favored the eight hour day Iceeded vith at onc�. This line is for and a Comjiensation Act. The afternoon sitting was taken up with the hearing of the views of two o|icrators'from tlio coal mining town of Tafaer. They a-ere W. A. Aubin. manager of the Relhiace mina aud CharHon Dixon, manager of the Canada Wats. Coal and Cok� Co. In the purpose of opotiing or closing the electrical valve which cuts ofi' the standpi|>e from service in case of lire. Another n'Ire u'ill be str,ung on the sumo poles which will bo a sig aal lino io notify the engineer when tba Mtandpipe is nearly full thus pra-veatiag Um occasional ovarflow., ^i"- . Quality of Fabrica As for quality of fabric, the common ground of objection to clothes not made in the old wait-to-order way, we established tlie highest quality standard. In the midst of a flood of adultered fabrics, in the striving for cheapness and bargains sales,: of "mercerized" cottons and shoody tweeds, which had o�rried all the clothing mak- � ers of the country into the making of inferior quality at iiiferior prirpH, ve IfKik our Stand for sterling quality, and have reuiaineil.firm in adhering to all woolfabrics -made iu Worsteds, Serges and Tweetls. We have succeeded even in raising the standanl of made-in-Cauada Woollens through our famous Blunoz Sei]ge Suits af 20.00. We have bought and imported direct from the British mills fine Worsted which only the high-priced tnilors have the courage to buy through the cost-laden channel of the middleman. As for style, many custom tailors get their best ideas from our semi-annual style books. i Semi-Ready Styles are Created We create styles--not copy them, anil our 15.00 suit has the same style as our 25.00. As for fit: there is not one man in 4'?5 who cannot be ijerfectly fitted from any repreasntative stock of Semir risady Clothes-and that without delay-tall, short, thick, thin, high-shouldered, stoop-shouldered, sloping-shouldered, erect or over-erect. Men of all typea-r-onr physique type system, makes special clothes clothes to fit them. The 4a6th man may have to wait'a couple of hours to have slight alterations made. That is where we stand now: no thread of cotton in any of our fabrics; all scams sewn with pure silk threads-no "merceri/cd" cotton that looks like silk; all silk linings made of real silk. The clamour tor low prices aud the very high price of wool debased quality in many quarters, but we met it fairly, honestly and straight-and we have strengthened our position even while doing the pioneer work for a tailoring system which must ultimately prevail. Semi-ready Tailoring, in fit. in style, in quality and in tulturcd tone expression are good enough for every man; and not too high-priced for sny man, ' - . You will find it out some day; even though today you niny becoiilf iitcd to abide by that whicji; was and is not now. A copy of our booklet, entitled "Dress and Address," is yours for a siniplo request. It pio>:'.' .tures some of our spring and Buuinier modela. ' . it, ;