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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta TO MKKE MONEY Real Estate and farm land can be bought at a bargain now, and in a few months the advance will be surprising. We have on the market this week the following genuine bargains: CITY PROPERTY Three lots, corner Dufferin and William sts., $850. Four lots in North Ward, near Elevator, $160 each. Two lots, with fully modern house, on Argyle Ave, $2500 Easy terms, or will exchange for vacant city property Two lots on Crabb St., $8oo. Twenty lots and 6 roomed cottage, one-quarter mile from Central School, $7,5oo. Easy terms. Ten acres, near Fair Grounds, $5,ooo. Easy terms. Fifteen acres, improved irrigated land, suitable for subdivision, $260 an acre. FARM PROPERTY Quarter section improved irrigated land near Lethbridge $28 per acre. Half section irrigated land near Coaldale, $23.5o an acre. Half section of farm land with coal rights, on railroad, $12 an acre. We have splendid irrigated lands in tracts of from 40 acres up, for sale on easy terms. Two sects, choice farm land, 9 miles from Lethbridge, 7 miles from Raymond, $10.50 per acre. Southard Block, Lethbridge. C. R. DANIEL, Manager. W. R. DOBBIN'S: SNAPS  26 Lots $160 Each Half cash 100 yard* from Elevator.  One thousand: : acres of farm I  land near i Sterling at  $ll.oo per ac.     s __ z I OUR LETTER BOX. 1 To Editor of Herald: Sir,-With your permission I would like to call your attention to tho work of the City Fathers at their last meeting. Whllo I admiru tho progressive spirit with which they have mtcred into tho work of the prwrnt joar, yet I believe that they have overstepped the bowls of good crtlrxnsnip, when they prefer foreign to home lal>or, and further I believe �they shou'd have pouted themselves on our labor laws before entering into a contract. Now, gentlemen, I don't believo we n:ed to go outbids our province to secure a proflolcnt engineer, men who have grown up in our midst, although they have not bad the opportunity of attending Oxford or Bfcliol, yet they are able and qualified to nil tha position of Engineer for the City of Lathbrtdgo. rerhaps, gentlenua, It might have Ion as well to put off'tho appoint mert for another your and spent a little moro money on our strwts, am sure thsy aro not up to tho stan daixf of a well appointed city. We aro entering on a very Important period, ono that calls for a wise caution, keeping in view -that tiimo of taxation when people are liable to talk and say things that perhaps they bhould not say. Thanking you for your valuable space, I remain. Gentlemen, I). PIPES. Requirements of Fire Brigade Before the Council. -r _ t. ri. Kevin of the Iithbridge Athletic association, hns received the in-1 formation from the buscball bureau -Uhut John W. Morrison. the m.nager of Lethbridge s ball team. Fire. mrrvm nmunnvnuiuirmmm has sl^n.d six players, W. J. Fehl, Chief Fowler is fcour.d to haw Mm Ait llu.s, H.J. Martins, Jack Sulfite brigade in good shape and he is JHvan, F. Koneig and Karl Decker, backed in his effort by Aid. Cunning- | Several of these have played under ham, chairman of the Fire. Water Morrison and helped him lift pen-and Light Committee, lie appeared nants. Morrison's address is still before ths Council last night and en- ! Calumet, Mich., for the present dors.d some rvconuncnila'tion.s of the committee. 1,500 foet of extra hose was favored. It would cost the city, about $50 a year. Action will taken at tha next meeting of Council. It was informally decided to McNEIL-YOUNG. ft  DEALKR IN 2 Altarta Load* aad Letabridge * Properties. � Boom 1, Southard Block Z LBTAUiUMM, ALT A, Pbonc 122. A very pretty wedding was solemn iced last evening in the Presbyterian Church, when Miss Ethel Young of Itapid City and Thomas McNeil of thin city, formerly of Rapid Olty were united in tho holy bonds of matrimony by Ho v. Mr. Gordon. Mr and Mrs. McNeil have a host of friends, both here and in Rapid City who will extend their hearty con  gratulatlons. Mr. and Mrs. McNeil will make their future homo in Lethbridge.  wasted. .   r .: OjRce wojrk, after hours, by exper-4?*\r ��, Apply Ilw* A, Uenia EVANGELISTIC SERVICES Tonight at 8 o'clock in Wesloy Church. Subject, "Election and how elected." ' Tomorrow evening (Friday) "A Good Problem Solved." Sunday, 11 a.m., Union Service in Baptist Church, subject, "Spiritual Dynamic." 4 p.m. Mass Mooting in the Opera House. Subject, "He Blamed His Wife." Everybody welcome. 7.30 p.m. Union eorvice In tho Methodist Church. Subject* "Hunt-ins � Bargain." NEED MORE HOSE 'stall players signed. w _ COMPANY GIVES WAY. jjq Telephone O|>crators at Toronto Rc-the , on propbr fire equipment. Toronto. Fob. 28.-Tho telephone commission came to a full stop at noon to-day, the company having agreed to grant a seven hour day in three shifts, the wages to too Ihcsamo ns for an eight hour day. ALUERTA WILL ASSIST. Edmonton, Fob. 10.-Tho govern -mci>t has announced through tho Premier, Its intention to assist tho Federal government in every manner possible In Its investigation of tho alleged lumber combine in tho prov -ince. This stntemont was mado in man's and reply to a question hy Mr. Puffer ladies (l.acomlio) as to what stops the government proposed to take with relation to this Investigation. Mr. Rutherford rcplK-d: "it is tho intention of tho government to give ov-cry assistants possible to tho commissioners appointed by the Dominion government, so that there may I e a thorough and effective inquiry as far as this province is concerned, in any alleged luml-er combine in Alberta." KNOX CHURCH SOLIAL. A most successful musical social was held by tho Ladies Aid of Knox rhurch In Oliver's hall on Tuesday night. Thero was a largo number present and a splendid programme of music was rendered. Th� foaturo of ihj evening was a spelling match between sides chosen by Rev. A. M. tioixlun and O. II. Johnston, the hitter side won both prizes, Win Laurio. of Cardston, former spo'Hn.; champion of Manitoba the gentlo -Mrs. McClcneghan, the CHURCH DIRECTORY. 'WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. J. E. Hughson, B.A.. Pastor. Sumlny services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.HO p. m. Class Meeting Sunday mornings at ton. Sunday School and niblo Class at i< Epwcrth League Monday evening at eight. Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays, at. 8.00 Junior League Fridays at 4.15. I1APTI.ST TABERNACLE. Rev. Wm. Rold. Pastor. (Residence, Amos Harrison's. ) Sunday Services atll-00 a. m an J 7.80 p. m. Suoday School and Uible Class at 8 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday erening at 800j o'clock. Ladles' Aid Tuesday afternoon at 2.80 p.m. KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Rev. A. M. Gordon, Minister. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. n. Sunday School at 8.00 p. m. Prayer Mooting every Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'clock. NO ONE JOINS BUT BILL. No. 1 Bill Club of tho World Organized. MAKE CEMENT BLOCKS. Aid. William Oliver Is proposing to form a company, of local men, with a capital or 820,000, half paid up, to manufacture an improved cement block, made by exerting a pressure of twenty tons to each block, tho cement Icing put Into the mould half dry. BILL WITHDRAWN. Edmonton, Feb. 10-Mr. Maroollus was given permission to withdraw his bill for anwndinents to the coal miners regulation act. His reason for tho withdrawal being that since an investigation vas to bo held into coal conditions jn this province, it would be well to -await the outcome kefore chaneNag the act. Jefferson City. Mo., Fob. 15.-Tho ' Bill Club No. 1. of tho World," filed articles of association yesterday ami has been granted a charter as a social organization. The h.adtjuartttrs is at Excelsior Springs, and the membership is restricted to irk n who answer to the namo of ".Bill." Wm. J. Bryan. United States Senator Stone and ex-Congressman Cowhord aro on tho membership roll. Tho ofllcers are: President. Bill Slsk; Vico-Presidcnt, Bill Wear; Secretary, Bill Hyder; Treasurer, Wll Flack; Manager, Bill Bailoy. ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH. (Anglican.) Rev. J- S. Chi vers, A.K.C., Reotjr Matins at 11.00 a. m. Sunday School at 8.00 p. m. Evensong at 7.80. Celebration of Holy Communion- et Sunday in tho month, 8 a. m. \Plaln), and 11 a. m. (Choral.) 3rd Sunday after Matins. OUior Sundays at 8.30 a.m.* Dully Matins end Evonsong a4 9!I1 a.m. and 7.80 p. m. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Sunday Services:- Low mass, 8.80 a. m.; high aiass, 11.00; vespers, 7.80 p. in. Daily Services:- Mass .80 an. Father Van Tighem. S. T. Hopper, Carman, Man., succeeds F. II. Mayhow as manager of the Union Hank at Medicine Hat. C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Offiee-Oliver Block, upstairs, !5H 'i/i ////// YOU LIKE IT YOU ate not a shoemaker, to there's no need of going into an analysis of the construction of the "Queen Quality" Shoe. But the fact remains that it satisfies over two million wearers. They know they like it; that it gives style to the foot; that it gives comfort the first day worn. And that is enough. It holds its shape longer than other ready made shoes bccausfjft fits. Yet the enormous businesrabnc on "Queen Quality" Shoes keeps the prices moderate. Fred Gow & Co. / )//< v /�/ .y/j_< ////// / )1'' ' '' //.i//