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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald ;!VOLUiiiE a LETRBftlDaE, ALBSBTA. THimSDAY, FfiBRUABY 14.1907. Tk* Store Are yon liaid to hat ? Do yoa find it difficvlt to get a hat |1o itiek on, without pulling it down over yonr Mrs V Then i|on're the man they had in mind when they invented �f TiM "WILKINSON" Soft ';1mI.: Eveijr allowance i� made tor atretching. The inaidfe band ! is ioad[e^of apft, pliable.Rnwia leather and eonforma immediate-^ly tofUie ah^ of yourJieadf fiettertot na ahow yon the Wil- Pricea.:., .fS^OO, $S.S9. 12.90 We hIbo. carry a full range -vr:.^.oithirn... .... ^ / Bl Stcttsoh Hats All atylea'itnd ahapei. Prices $4.00 and $5.00. Only Exoluaiva Uan'a Outfitter* ..........Inl�tbbirtOBBR VERMILION IWNISMrl WETASKIWIN � - J. .>* LETHBRIDQE BRANCH G. K. WOURSE. ' - � MAMAaRR ! .-If!. Baik of Hontreal :, ESTA BUSHED 1817 �A CaiHslaBHMar   aSl^lSll^f^S^ 111.111 Head Office, Montreal . PRESTOMIT: ... uaar Boa.jboaa tfaAticovA AarvMonar botai,, a. o. v. o. �. � 'trxCErVnCfiSENT: . rob. tta aaoaaa a. sbvwmwd, k. o. m. e. a, ii oiooaraa, ivaiAt HAiAaiB ^aaeaaaiand Agsnoiaaatliu tlapilnoipalpointaiaCanada 4 Aladiu London, Xinfflat d. Kaw Tork. Chleago, ' ' Spokaaaatiid ravrleundlaad TvavaUara' Clreular Zietteira of Credit and Commeroial Credita . :;4aattadteruaai�al)paruiotthowe^^^ I , eOLI4BC^ON8.MAOBO|fJrAVbRABLSTi�li8 BJfafl�Mhil^ifltl|P K*" fWlBMlaPalte^Rtauw, Bmpe |aa� Canaii i^ytaroat. llo'�^ oo^ dopoelia el owrr��Cnfoa ridgo Brai�ch - !S^^ NVMBBR IS BIG VEALS BooiRoniA Real Estate H�r� at Presctkt.  Keul ostBtc is boomiug hero jiuit now. OuIbMc tUialen, principAlly Iroiii Calgary h�vc Ijiicti looking proimrti- hsre all wttsk and ihi� npring proiiuiscs a big tooin hci'o. ^Vsterday the IluHun farm to the floulh of the cily was soVd to a syndicate In which aro Kred Ford, W. W. Ir�in, T. E. I'attcson. C. U. Daniol, C. Ii. Dowiniin and otJiers. ThLt oncfl. A dml was also put through yci*-{jtcrday by N.r T- MacVeod wheraby SO acrvB, located to the cant of tho fair grounds, were sold to Mewra. White and Douglas of Calgary for $50a and 9600 �o acre. T. tt. Eivaiw {and R. F. Hocve were tho former ovner�- Fred Oaw and Harry PilHng nMdo a purchase of ten acres south of Utci town yesterday and in less than 34 hours tumad it over to a Calgary man at a big profit. 36acrcs at the south end of Wost-minstcr road purclMScd some yeara ago by Pichc Sp Hiron lor S4 ao acre wei� aold to W. R. I>obin aoq a�-odatea thia wok. The price is said to have been s125 an acre. If aay Ii^^tfovRMRla ailrNow GlK-r TO MKS. SOUTHART). Mrs. J. E. Hughson entertained in a delightfully iarorhutt Way at iik: parsonagv yestcieciai services jWiU commence on Tuesday evening at Westey Church ami will continue nightly for three wcck.s. Ths pastors of tlK napti�t and Methodint churches, wi'l be assisted by Evangelist Itanton, who is woli known in American ami Canadian churches. Son? .service w-ill commence at 7.43 each evening. All are invited. E^ansfelisi Ronton will not bo^n his services at Wmloy Church until Tuesday evening. The services ho is now conducting at Medicine Hat ha\'e so grown in interest and results that a special appeal has been inadi) to have htm Nsmain thene over Sunday. Many have been converted and crowded meetings are being held. Xa Mr. Itanton was uniiblo to begtin his work at Modlcinu Hat on the date announced owing to being dc-tainad by tho snow blockade, it was felt that in justice to the diurch there, and in view of the' great work that Is being done?, the re -quest should be acceded to and Mr. Ranton will remain at Madioine Hat ovor Sunday and begin here Tuesday evening. The Borvices at Wwley Church will |,bo held as usual on Sunday. llie annflun03marloioiits of this par.' ticular kind of >'pi-k,. and from s^l indications shows'hiinself to bo equal to the emergiency'in eviery respect. The slope will niB�Aur� 14; ft. wide, 10 ft. high.aOO ft. ^din^ M an angle of SO dpgrees. U_ williooyuipp-ed. with an oadleM'iciMB'lMtulsge. and will able to'Iwndie from 3,-000 to 3.000 tons of tiivatper day, The tJnAerIng will be'of; 19x13 yellow pine, S ft. from eentre to centre with 8 inch yellow piija ^^jp^aking for loggings on top aadfitdaa.': The shaft is lOxlO to tiiB aouth of Oharlt�a Dixon'a house; T. Ramsey ImUi iastasd �-ekaiteags to wresUTviDOBe In Hidlilaa Kat for t20tt iiit'^gato reeeiptA if otu- local will be tak�a vfa BITS OF tmr NfS Gathcrad OR tU Atrailf ihU mraak. Capable girl wanted. Saull family Good wa�Bs. Apply Mer. E. H. Xiaw. DIKD FIIOM EXPOSURE, r>aniel .1. Maclean, an entplo^-co of tlio Woodpecker mints was fouqd dead on ih? prairie between T�ib)er and Woo(J|>ocker on Sunday. Maclean had been in Taber and according to evidence wns sober when he left there. Two bottles of whiskey wore found in his pockets. An inquest was hi'Ul >:^eforu Coroner Higipr bothaiu nnd the Jury found thalit his dcaih was due to heart failuiw induuad by oxposuro. Maclean was a single man and originally belonged to Cape Breton. son, B6mpas St. Knox Church Laidiss Aid will hold a social in Wvw's >aU oa TuBMlay evening next. CanO oAe. etum all. The usual services will hitfd i� the llaptist 1'aberaacla on Siaiaay hsxt at 11 a.n- and IMv./ J. E. Ha^iiaon. RVA., wHt piaa* C the foivi^on ~aad the paator JWi pwijih la tile WiaiOB- "-'^ The funeral of tlie iMc |te. Jotei Jones, of the North Vaitf. place on Monday aftmooB. A service was heht at the intcrnicat was in the ae# Rev. J: is. HughaoB ofHciatiiT Mm. Joacs oime from -Walea about m^ymr ago and liMr untimely dewth will awaken dvap sympatlQr in tke taarfa of many. The Medicine Hat Thaas says: O. F. Nierstheimcr, the ma�ii|r, af tte Medicine Hat team write tSat to has secured the foltowlag Vhyiafla State League atara: Frwak RttcMe; Benny, LeRy lfol,Ma. Sextar, Wieka, Howe and othar food plajntra who will make things hum in the w�st�f� Canada League. ' The Herald is grateful in E. J. Coiok of the Eden Rest P^iuHiy farm Ali9i9& GENTLEMEN WHO ARE WELL-BRED AND PARTICULAR Semi-ready Maata witk a gaiiSroaa approbation ; and wen of culture Ubiuand machiot clothoa. Not only oornot inatykaiidclotlii that aiatliatinctiTeW good form, bat in cost the SEMI-READY TAILOBINQ yBn their wedding 4onr. The Brst spriea of Katloaal e� ing Amarioin and Caawttap avaHafli I'wlll be anaeinwad ia tl|� iipn# fi, ^  a on* (etiars ot cloth to ahspai erawst s tl*ia lisa of siw* suil �� poi istkataipgla p.tMrs. That la bow wa ras alMolatnljr tnitrHU-tsaa esiieit atiisg gsrsiyst. To forejudge your Suit at the Basting Stage before you buy That's the Kernal of the SeAi-ready Tailoriag Mca We nave you tlie botlior of bmng ujeusured, the bother of being fitted, and tlic irreniedial unpleasantnij�� of having to pay for a Suit that do(!S not lit, does not look right, and will not hold ita shape. You try on n Semi-ready Suit tbat has been caratally tiiilored-and left only partially fiuished-that haa been thioagh the haudi of the most skdful tailoring people of Canada, tailora whose salaries the best custom tailor uoiddn't aifordi . Semi-ready Suits have the awnrtness and diatin(;tion of a suit desigiie