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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta IB Herald "VOLUME a LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THUB9DAY, FEBRUARY 14.190 NUMBER 1ft BIG DEALS | Boom on in Real Estate Hert nt Present. llmil estate Is booming here i'wt now. OiilskU- dealers, principally from Calgary l�v� hncn looking over pro|M'rty h.-�i* all weok ami till* spring iiroiiulscs n big loom hero. Wstortlny the llulton farm to thin south of tho city was sold *o ti syn-dlcnlo In wWrli nrc Krwl Ford, W. W. Irwin, T. 15. I'uUcson. C. It. Dnnlnl, C. II. Ilowiniui and others. Thj price paid wuh St!l,000 (or tho Corty acros. W. c. I von hiul an option on tho property am! It Is under -Mtootl ho will clear u nice little sum D. .1. WhKni'y wait Interested with Mr. (tw. Tho property will be subdivided and put on the market iK once. A tknil was also pul through yes* j,tcrtlny by N. T. Moxlood whereby 30 acroN, located to the oast of tho fair grounds, wore sold to Messrs. White am! DougJas of Cnlgnry for SSOtl and 8000 ao acre. T. M. Evan* and H. V. Hopvc were tho former ov ni-rx. Fred Oow aw! Harry lilting mado n purchase of ten acres south of the town yesterday and in less than 24 'hours turnwl it over to n Oa'gary man at a big profit. aOacros at the south end of Westminster road purchased some years ago by riche & Mlron tor 94 ao aero were sold to W. It. IV>bbin antj as-aociatos this week. The price is said to have been 9125 an acre. AT TABER MINE Many lanroveaenti aft Now Under Way �|VT TO MHS. SOUTHARD. Your correspondent paid  visit to the Canada West Coal and Coin Co. ; Mine this week, and olitalnod tho fol- y losing authentic, acco'tot of tin work , on the new slope and shaft. { The Work is toeing done by Mr. T. \ V. 8. McOregor, who comes from tho ' Anthracite coal fields of Itonnsyt- j van'a. Mr. McOregor 4s a practical man in all departments of this par. ticular kind of work, and from at) indications shows himself to ho equal to tho emergency in every respect. The slope will measure 14 ft. wide, 10 ft. high, 800 ft. deep at an angle of 30 degrees. " U Will he equipped with an endless'chain fcaulagv, and will be able to handle from 3,-000 to 3,000 tons of eoai.per day. The timbering will he of 19x13 yellow pine, 3 ft. from centre to centre with 8 Inch yellow pine planking for loggings on top and side*. The shaft is 10x10 to be- used for ventilating purposes. This'wrjl be 100 ft. deep and is MmiierM . with 10x10 yellow pine with 2 Inch yet  low pine planking for lagging, the timber boing 8 ft. apart. Altogether the work shows Haclf to be under the Instructions of a mastcrhand. A new residence la. being erect*! for Mr. Mat/tenon, south of Cfcarttoa Dixon's house. T. Ramsey has issued a caalWiag* to wrest!? anone in Mwilil-i Hat for 820ft and gat* receipt*. Vowdar if oiii- local will be take* up, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Mrs. >. 10. Hughsou entertained in a do'Igh-t fully informal way at tho parsonage yesterday afternoon. Her guests wore the numbers of the ladies Aid of Wesley Church. Afu>r tvo guessing contests had taken place the prize winners having been Mrs. Southard and Mrs. Uuchanan, the president of the ladles aid took occasion to present to Mrs. Southard, who ranks as the most aggressive, faithful am! willing worker in tho I oti.-tv, with a sewing tab'e and a casj of scissors, as a token of their warm appreciation of h -r Inborn. Mrs. Southard was overcome by tin sudden turn of affairs, but inonaftod to express har thanks in a manner that indicated that she was vury grateful. Mrs. llughAon afterward* wrtwl refreshments. K\ AN'UKUST KANTOV. HEAD Ori'ICE, TORONTO ESTABUftUKD IMT A fifiiis of k|iecinl commence on Tuesday Wen Icy Church nn.1 nightly for throe weeks. services .will evening at will continue Th> paMtors B. % WAt��, ta*ta*st ASH. LaMKO,. Genual Manager A. I. BBillD, Buperi*t*ad*nt of Paid-up Capital,$10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 throughout Canada, and In the United States and England A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED 09MMIRCIAL AND FARMERS' PAPER DISCOUNTED \ SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT aWpostts of $1 and upward* received, nnd Interest allowed at amrr*al rates. The depositor Is sublet to no delay whatever In Ute withdrawal >of the whole or any portion of the dep sit. CALCAKY (H.AKEKIIOI.M SDMONTON fjlCII RIVKR rWNISrAIL BRANCHBf O* ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON STAVELY LETIIBRIDGS MKCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PONOKA VEOREVILLE MEDICINE HAT �W ORRR VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. OK. NOURSR. . - . fJAWAtiRR Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Casual an saM as...................tli.Ms.0M tsatmsFsss......................IMIMN alaact Profit ass Us*.............. MM* of Hi.' Baptist ami MethodiNt churches, wi'l be assisted hy Evangelist Itiinton. who Ik woll known in American ami Canadian churches. Sen? service will commence at 7.4"i each evening. All are invited. Kianjelist Itnnton will not hogin his servii-cs at Wi*loy Church until Tuesday evening. Tho services ho is now conducting at Mccrlcine liat have so grown in Interest and results that a special appeal has hoen innd.* to have him remain there over Surd.iy. Many have been converto.1 and crowded meetings are iwlng held. Ah Mr. Itnnton uas unaoto to begin his work nt .Medicine liat on the date announced owing to luring detained by tho snow blockade, it was felt that in justice to th� church there, ami in view of tho great aork that Is being dono. the re-qiiort should be acceded to and Mr. Ran ton will remain at Medicine lint over Sunday and ix�gin hor� Tuesday evening. The services at Wealey Church will |,bo held as usual on Sunday. The announcement of last Sunday for unicn services huving been cancelled owing to Mr. Rnnton's inability to reach here until Tuesday. An exchange however, vill bo made' U� -tween tho lluptiKt and Methodist churches on Sunday morning. Itov. Mr. Held preaching in Wesley church and Itov. J. K. Ilughson proaching m the llaptist Church at tho samo hour. In the evening each pastor will occupy his own pulpit. Kvenlng subject at Wesley Church. The Call of tho Christ." tli Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: sisst bos. losd stbatscoma amd moust botal. s. VICEFTUanDEKT: os. sis esosea *, dsvhmomd, e. o. m. o. a m. o. s. a. oLODeros, aisa�At MAsaeaa Sranenes and Agsnoiss at all t) s prinoipal points In Canada Also iu London, iinglei d, Ksw York, Chicago, Spokane and l*awioundland Travellers' Circular Letter*of Credit and Commercial Credite issued tor uss in all parts of tns world. _ COLLECTIONS >MADE Off FAVORABLE TERMS thafta MM available at all aolau Is Ualtsa States, Rarafe tsa4 Canada Intereat allewod en deeeaits el eurrent>atee 1)1 KD KIIOM ICXI'OSCHK. Iianiel .1. Maclean, an employee of tiio Wooh pockets. An imtuoet wus hold t'eforu Coroner iligin-bothoni ami tho Jury found thai his death wns due to heart failure Induced by exposure. Maclean was a sinfflu man and originally belonged to C'npe Breton. Lethbridge Branch - *HLT RttVE V. Hamiltoti returned on Sunday from his surveying trip in the Littlo llow country. Ho and Mrs. namilton returned to Calgary efe MSaday night. BITS OF CITY NEWS Gathered oa Iks S*r�ila Thia W��k. Capable girl wanted. Small family Good wages. Apply Mr*. E. II. Dawson, Horn pas St. Knox Church Ladies Aid will hokf a social in Culver'a hall on Tuesday evening next. Come oau, const all. The usual services will be h#M i� the llaptist Tabernacle on Sdaday next at 11 a.m. and 7.SO p.m. Rev. J. E. llufhaon. B.A.. wHI preach ej the forenoon and the pastor JHll preach in the eveaiag. * The funeral of the late Mra. John Jones, of the North Wand, took place on Monday afternoon- A service was held at the interment waa in the new Rev. J: K. flughaon officiated. Mra. Joaes came from Wales about a year ago and her untimely death will awaken deep sympathy in tee rmsris of many. Tho Medicine Hat Tlieaa sajTi: O. F. Nierstheimcr. the ineaaaar of the Medicine Hat team writes that Re has secured the following Virginia State League stars: Frank RaicMe, Henny. Lefty HatMa, Sexier, Wicha. Howe and oth,�r good player* who will make thing* nun* in western Canada League. The Herald is grateful to K. J. Cook of tho Eden Rest Poultry farm for tho gift of two very' foe fowl that were prise winners at tcrday's poultry' fsir. Mr. Cook enjoys the reputation of being one of tho leading poultry men in the prov-Inrcf In dressed fowl he has a big trade and always will bavn as long as ho supptiea tho fine quality |)V has been since he went Into business here. The TVtioit Free Press contains an elaborate account of a fashionable wedding which took place ie that city a few week* ago. The participants were Maxwell P. Smith of llurirngtoii. Ont., and Mian Jessie Slade. I�es Laurier, aktter of Mrs. Oorgc Appleford of this city. The Free Prea* account, covers nearly a column and describe* the wedding ns one of the moat charming affairs that has take* Place in Detioit this season. Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith went to Florida aad Cu! a on tlwir wcddiBJ tour. The first series of National even -ings in tho Young Men's Club aft Wesley Church we* brought la a clow by t. grand ivnout on Turn-day evening. A large audience was pres.nt. Mr. Kilner was ne^r in better voire and hui two aolaetlons wire grated with hearty applause. Mrs. Pawson of Coaldale, gave two excellent readings Mr. Maf> �*ag a solo in which his door tenor waa haaid to good arivantaffc. Mr. Cua> ningham ga\-i, a veo' Psaleo | lion an4 was compelled to sing Rjaa^o ! In rwponse to a hearty eooore. Rtr. [ I'almei' rendered humorous nalaafion* . in good voice and in his own inwiit- ! able stylf. Mr. W. II Robaoa was at his be.t. and responded id as. cores with Scotch s 'loetions in waiae : h* excells. Mrs. Neala and Mr. Tay� i lor presided at the p�**o Aaet��r scries of patriotic evawiags. iaetvsi� ing America* aad Caaadta� evesjlaft) ; will ba anaounead la isia tear hi -ture. I AMONG GENTLEMEN WHO ARE WELL-BRED AND PARTICULAR Semi-ready" Tailoring Heats with a generous approbation ; und uit-n of culluro UcuiiukI much of clothoa. Not only correct in style and cloths that are distinctively ijood form, but in cost the SEMI-READY TAILORING aystsai saves a good deal of money for the geutleinan who buys suits nnd overcoats for the changing ""THE "SEMI-READY" IDEA I'flVtilQUF. TVI�E a ttjsleal wun tut �ark Ijl* i* �iil>-�llviil 'Stridrth* iihjsleal mun intu ���mi (iUUsct t�ps> and �ark tjiw is nulwlivul-�*t- (* last slogwp iters. Thai ie ao� w� r�s aUolsuIr auxrnii ts*a**r�eet Stiisggarevnt To forejudge your Suit at the Basting Stage before you buy Thais the Kernal of the Semi-ready Tailoring Idea We bhvl" you tin- bother of being uieutitircd, the bother of being fitted, and tho irrenicdinl unpleasantness of having to iMty for a Suit that docs not tit, does not look right, und will not hold its shape. You try on n Semi-ready Suit that has been carefully tiiilored- nnd left only partially fiuished-tbat has beeu through the hands of the most skilful tailoring people of Canada, tailors whose suluries the best custom tailor couldn't afford. Seini-remly Suits luive the suiartness and distinction of s suit designed by it master tailor the most knowing and scientific in America. You try ou a Scmtreudy suit before an entire triplicate mirror, showing tlirci- separate views all at one time, \ouare acutely critical. U-causc your suit forms part of you. and you ex-pod more from Seiui-rcady than you do from a custom tailor. There are no excuses for any ill tit in a St-tni-ready suit. You ure not fluttered im to your a|ipeai-nnee when you tee I unconsciously that there is something wrnn^, nor are you forced to tuke a suit against your own judgment. Tme dialtactive frace of the Semi-ready Sack Suit is evldeaeed ia the $15.00 TWEEDS and SERGES juet at it it ia the more expensive fabrics at $20.00, $19.00 and $30.00. X*w Apring Suits now open for yourinspeetioii. A. SOUTHARD PHONE lOO LETHBRIDGE. ALT A ;