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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME MAY XUMBEB 40 Tteltera i Will investigate the great values we are showing in n v FitReform Finetailored Clothing firat in the fiald mud fintiujkiM esteem of Cauadian men of in Scotch Iriih fadeleaa Eugliah There in harmony of col an elegance of iu excluaiveneaa of pat a perfection of to Fit Reform Summer Suits that moke them inimitable Prices to Fit Reform Fine Tailor ed made of imported single and double price Double breasted a rery popular Fit Reform made of imported Tweeds and tailored thron Prices Fit Reform Tailored Suits Made of imported in blues and any prices Big Values in Clothiai INTERESTING EVIDENCE HEARD Mfctrt aid Operates tore iafirtMi bitoce at CM Ciiiiii the those is an eight from bank to The Alljerta Coal ComimsHion con ou Tuesday marning v at the Court Chief Jus Both argued strona j lico Sifion 1V the tie incorporation of urrions so other Stoekett that they couldbe held responsible of IJftuLhead and Hay for all agreements they At C secretary present operators respoji of the was in his j Minister of Public was on hand to see tout union was lIxon put his cafec tins We fiiwl tbii a hard substance deal but when we try to hold them responsible foV their deeds they ihaL the commission got oil to good l Vary little was done on the cpcn prove to lie a ing day except to arrange for case of who t WA A f jwhiBA nla i 1 nfjul in of the Tabor operators anh persistently refusod to consent to miners A sitting will being satisfied with wages he held at fjank to take the evidhouis ami but they icro once of the operators and miners at ordered cut union Hillcrest and This one evils tho openi At Co I en win a meeting tois had tocontend Dix ifciil be hekl to hear what the was strongly to a Conv tors ami miners have to The penkuiojni he would commission will conclude its business inclined to it he could secure 1 Ian T where the evidence life As it was nwn operators and miners at HnnUiead were scarce they had 10 lake ami Canmore will j whatever they could 1L prefcrr ed thi English sinking hut The Coal Commission beard the could In his mine LO evjciencc of employed in the day per cent of the men employ Call mines The Aubtn also pressedtheir views remarked on of particularly proving hin most fjLhe acfkJcms in mines self well on the legislation to carelessness ami he be and conditions affecting the a Compensation Acl would ion of mines in other All cncouiage the questioning was done by COHLJ he did not caio and the witnesses were what the hours r conditions in the allowed to offer all the suggestions long as all miners they Cufchhig sane At pros was present during the and lie sardMie was paying a run lowed the evidence very The Jnine basis inoie than his laigest first wriness in tic was was screened McTaggartan eliiployee of the Gall the milieu for tuelve He seemed once mon weie giveneight hours be generally satisfied with the they wbiltd continue to agi conditions in the though he tale for six would nsv declired the ventilation was not asjer utpies good as it ought to toe in the empkyetl liSOrmcn ami produced The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Outfitters In During the past four years had t2f not lscn any serious accident in thj w nv and j Iterle worked ten hours a day ami his wages averaged from coal V or 22 proluced His average He was pa 30 an hour 52T somie men receiving as high sis idworteed ten hours a for two weeks He had a Iterleworked ten hoursa exneriencp in experience in the as as ami never knewanv nviiieto high Owing shortage THE G ANADIAN BANK OF COMWffiRCE a I ST a section most said that his His wages to days in Febiuary and JO rlnis He has had twenty in years exjerience as a miner and had j Anbin and both wdrketl m India and caimed coal could not be as During six years here there Sir Mulock IbctQ had not Ijecn a fata accident in the was much moisture tminie Any accident in the mine aad exposure to the air rapkily de tlid occurtwere usually accounted for rprociuLed its BEAD T OK ONTO CSTAMJSIUD IM7 E Gewnl SapenaUadcst6f Paidap by the fact that many men 4n the Aulwn said that he iaidt for mine were new to the before it sereenei He found der smoke was one of the worst he only got 63 per the things to be contended vith by being slack for which theix was not j John Marsh pi Woodpecker Frank BANK MONEY ORDERS AT aad aad not cacatdiag cents 4flt M 15 TWM Orders are payable art par at any office IB Casmda of a Chartered Bank Ywkea at the principal hanking ID the United They are negotiable at to the sterling ui Great Briuin and Tkejr fcrm an exceUent Method of reaainsnf Mnall sums of money wrth sasrty aad at mall and may be obtained wttwatdalaj at any oOce of BRANCHM IN AJUUUtTA CLARKSflOLM EDMONTON lilGII RIVEK INMSFAIL LEAVINGS LETHBRIDGB MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT HAirnw STAWLY CKEEK ITIIATHCONA VEGHEVILLE DKKJt VERMILION WKTASMWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 II4JIMM Head Montreal PRESIDENT LOKD STftATBCOVA BOUHT and at all iu tondont Spokane and Circular LeUara of Credit and CommaraMil iaauad for uae in all parta of tha COLLECTIoks MADE OK FAYORABLE TBRlrt MN all it UsitrJl Lethbridge Branch I The system of paying wages at the Gait complained about ami M weeks wages were evidence tliis They and a new employee had lo work a are all operators and are opposed to full month before hewas paid compensation Act as long as the cent Crabbe market supplies only inexperienced ed the men should paid for as iv the case nt coal they turned it was have an eight hourday in their not He also held The average wage is from I that timbering should be paid forlto three complained of car it should not bepart shortage last winter and Rul i of a miners work in taking out lock that the hurt Onthe question of hours confiscated containing itrabb eight He sail worth of his coal and he had not yet that men employed underground pawl for The output of the fertd a and physical would largely increased if vantage which tabor on the could secure sufficient Jid not In Durhsun and contenMHt that each digger thumlwrland in England contract should do his own mines only worked six hours a i 4 In nearly all the other mines in OllVCf Mid LcnicUX land an eight hour system had been He instanced the eight hour laws enacted by the prCS1 Cnt of tllc of British has letters As to a compensation Cnibb said he Jxjlieved a lawsimilar to that in Great would both Frank Oliver statingthat they will le lo address the IOCH I will the time when it will Iv possible for them Lo do Club and that they practicable and acceptable in Canada i the Club nwniv 01 the Alter two years of operation in Great the law resulted in riucing fatal accidents from fj per j thousand to 123 per This j was due to the strictness of the j j provisions for safety in the The operators were also more careful j and more strict in j ltoa machinery has been ordered consisting of a ton roller ami Crabbe maintained that in the n road from the Austin Alt mine safety tamps wore not Manufacturing cf As soon as those work will lie rushcl forward on the One Rosa 18 years a the great problems in getting the coivcd a ton as a machine streets ami roads is He averaged 2o to 30 tons a the scarcity of properly oqmp He contended that the ped not being Tt j Lion of the Gait mine was bad and is that in a few ar IonrtM XcNab agiecl with How ningements will be marte so that the jevcr he conlidercci tlie mine was a work on the MacLootl Road will In McXabb gots DOc an am upon the arrival of the for looking after minors machinery that on the streets jjlavis another recehes We highpcvror line from the stand hour ns rtller All these to the pumphouse is being pro jwitnesses favorerl the hour vilh at This line is for jancl the purpose of Opning rr closing 1 The afternoon sitting was taken the electrical valve which cuts ofi of the views of the stjindpipe from service in case of two opera torsfrom tlje coal mining Another wire will lc strung town of They were Ion the same poles which will be a sig manager of the Reliance mine line to notify the engineer when and manager of the jtlx Rtarwlpipe is nearly full thus pve Canada Coal and In vcatinf Uw Occasional TO GENTLEMEN Some Good Cailorina For you and for us we desire to make SL plaih presentment of the facts about SemiReady Tailor ing the present day method of making good clothes for s 1 r After you read this you can arid probably will do just as you please about it But you had bet ter have the for is unwise to do just as you l please without having the Some Advantages of SemiReady You will find in every large city a custom tailors make clotlies really for hey give you the best of the best of These are the things you pay the extra money They charge frouf to for H suit of the same fabrics which are made up m the 20 and 25 semiready Auy man who does not need to worry about parting with f5U need not about what he gets ior The rich man can afford to be L 3 But if you are going to spend less than spend a good deal less and wear SemiReady 11 o We know what some of you will say Itried readymade may do for but I cant be Im Theres no style to1 you dont know the and youre losing money in youi t J 7 A Perfect Fitting Garment If you have not tried SemiReady Tailoring you do the real which been madein making mens clothes through Semiready physicjueTtype of expert labor in our tailor l By our Physique Type system the physical man Is divided into seven distinct type is subdivided into 5 variations we then make 15 sizes of each variation 425 That is why end how we can absolutely guarantee a perfect fitting Quality of As for quality of the common ground oE objection to clothes not made in the old waittoorder we established the highest quality In the midst of a flood of adnitered in the striving for cheapness and of cottons and shoocly which carrifd all he clothing ers of tlus country into the making of inferior quality at inferior ve took our stand for sterling and have in adhering to all wool made in Series and We have succeeded even in raising the standard of tnadeinCanada Woollens througii our famous Blunoz Serge SuiU We have bought tnd imported direct from the British mills fine Wonted which only the highpriced tailors have the courage to buy through the cost laden channel of the for many custom tailors get their best ideas from our semiHnnual style SemiReady Styles are Created We create copy and our suit has the same style as our As there is not one man in 425 who cannot be perfectly fittod from any representative stock of Semi ready that without erect or Men of all physique type system clothes clothes to fit The man may have to wait a couple of hours to have j slight alterations Thnt is where we stand now no thread of cotton in any of our fabrics all scams with pure silk mcrcvmcd cotton that looks like silk all silk linings made of real The clamour for low prices and the very hich price of wool debased quality ia many but we met it honestly and we have strengthened our position even while doing the pioneer work for a tailoring system which must ultimately Semiready in in in quality and in cultnrrd tone expression are good enough for every man and not too highpriced for any Yon will find it out some day exen though today you may be contented to abide that which was and is Acopy of our on titled and is yours for a simple request Tt pic tures some of our sjiring and summer SOUTHARD PHONE 1OO ;