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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta '  - ~, ' e 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: m CITY PROPERTY Three lots, corner Dufferin and William sts., $850. Four lots in North Ward, hear 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 kcres, 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 Lrethbridge $28 per acre. ^',^ Half section irrigated land near Coaldale, $23.5o ah acm. 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 Lethbridgej 7 milesfrom Raymdnd, $10.50 per acre. Sbiitliard Mock, Lethbridge. C. R. DANIEL, Maiiager. r I W. R. DOBBIN'S I I SNAPS : 26 Lots $I6Q E^ach Half cash OUR LETTER BOX.  100 yardi from Elavator.   One thousand: I acres of farm! I land near : : Sterling at j  $ll.oo per ac. : To Editor of B�reld: Sir,-With ypur permission would like to call 5'our attention to Uw work of the City Fathers at thoi la�t meeting.. Aliile I adnnirc lbs progrpsBive spirit with which they have entered into tho work o( the prc�r�t year, yet I believe that they have overstepped the bonds of good crtiztBsnip, when tbcy prefer fori'gn to home l�l>or, and furthor I bcHcvc they shou'd ha%-� posted themselves oB our labor laws before entering into a contract. Now, gentlemen, I don't believe we tt:wd to go out�ida our province to �Mure a profloietit engineer, men who have grown up in our midst, although they have not bod the op portunity of attonding Oxford or B�|lio1. yet they are able and t]|UaK iiiad to fill tha position of Bngincer for tlK City of Lcrthbrrdge. IVn-haps, geBtlenvn, it mig^ have te>^ as well to put oft tha appointment tor another >'ear and spent little more money on our stneots, am aura tbay are not up to tHo ston dard of a well appointed city. We are entering on a very important period, one that calls for a wise caution, keeping, in view MIBitlMiri1> ' ALTA.  A very pretty wedding wa� solentn-ised la�t evening in the Presbyterian Churchy when Misa EHhctl Young 6f Kapid City and Thomas McNeil of thia city, formerly of Rapid City, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by Itov. Mr. Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. McNeil have a host of friends, both here and in Rapid City, who will cxt�nd their hearty con -gratulations. ^ Mr. and Mrs. McNeil vill make their future homo in Lethbridge. OAm w�rk>' After hoUM. by wpw (if: . KVANGEUBTJC SERVICES Tcaighi at 8 o'clock in Wesley Church. Subject, "l&liectlon aind hoiw elected." Tomorrow evening (Friday) ''A Good Problem Solved.'-' Sunday. It a.m.. Union Service in ,'iiapttot Church, aubiect, "Spiritual bynaniC' 4 p.m. MisB Meeting in the Opeiw Huuae. Subject, "He Binned Hi� i fiHe.'U �v�rybody welcome. 7.a6'p.m.: tnloa eorvloe In Mathodiat Ohurdi NEED MORE HOSE f cquiremihts of Hrc Brigade Before the Council. PLAVEBS SIGNED. i". iJ. Kevin of the I}btbbridg� Athletic associatrion, has received the in-form^'fon from the baseball bur-* G'ali^::3hat':.John W. Morrison, the - -r m^n^^^ of Lethbridgie's .'ball team. Fire. mnun ninunnmuuannimm has signed six .players, W. J. Fehl, Chief Fowler is bound to havwt'he|Ait Buis, H.J. Martins, Jack Sul-fire brigade In good shape and ho is j Wvan, F. Koneig and Karl ttecker. backed in his edort by Aid. Cunning- ham, chairman of and Light Committee. Several of these have played under tho Fire. Water | Morrison and balpcd him lift pennants. Morrison's address is stall lie appeared CHURCH DIRECTORY. before tba Council last night and endorsed some rccoinnienriations of th!0 committee. 1,500 feet of extra hos� was favored. It would cost the city^ Calumet, Mich., for the present. COMPANY GIVES WAY. bout SSO a year. Action will taken at the; aoxt meeting of Council. It was informally decided to a new fire team, and to give Chief, L..H. Fowler, authority give assistance to points outside the city limits, if ihat assistance �a.s rDqucstM. The Mayor said the man who had the responsibility of handling tho brtgnde and fighting the fire, should not lje hampered by the failure to expend WOO or $500 on proper Are equipment. ,be I Telephone Operators at Toronto Receive Labor and Wage Concessions. tho got the to Tqrcato, Feb. 28.-TiJe telephone commission came to a full stop at noon to-day, the company having ogrood to grant a saven hour day in thrc� shifts, the w^goa to be bhssoane as for nn eight hour day. ALBERTA WILL ASSIST. KNOX CHURCH SOLIAL. A most successful musical social was held by the Ladies Aid ot Knox Church in Oliver's hall on Tuesday night. There was a large number present and a splendid programaiia of music was rendered. Th� feature of t'ha e\-ening was a spelling maitch between sides chosen by Rev. A. M. Ooixlon and O. H. .lofanaton. the Imttcr side won both prizes. Wm. Edmonton, Fob. 19.-The go%-ern -ntent has announced through the Pro-mler, its intention to assist the Federal government in every manner possible in its investigation of the al- !Laurie, of Cardtrton, former spellin:; legcd lumber combine in the prov - champion of Manitoba the gentle -ince. This statement was made in man's and Mrs. McClenoghan, the reply to a question by Mr. FufFer ladies. (I^combe), as to what Mops the government proposed to take with relation to this investigation. Mr. Rutherford ropllad: "It is tho intention of the government to give every osslBtancs possible to the conv-missioncrs appointed by the Dominion gav?rnn)cnt, so that there may e a thorough and efTectlve inquiry US far as this province is concerned,., in any alleged lunvLer comlbine in Al-tjerta." WESUEY METHODIST CHURCH. Bev. J. B. Hughaon. B.A., Faator. Sunriay services at 11.QO a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Class Meeting Sunday morninga at ten. Sunday School and Bible Olaca at ii Epwcrth League Monday evening at eight. Prayer Meeting, Wodneadays, at 8.00 Junior League Fridays at 4.15, BAPTIST TABERNACLE. Bev. Wm. Reid,"Pastor. (Residence, Amos Harrison's. ) Sunday Services atll.OO a. m and 7.80 p. m. Suoday iSchool and Bible Class at 8 p.m. Praj'er meeting Wednesday evening at 8.0D o'clock. Ladies' Aid Tuesday afternoon at p.m. KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Rev. A, M. Gordon. Minister. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. n. Suifday School at 8.00 p. in. Prayer' Meoting every WecfaMMlay ev�ning at 8.OA o'clock. YOU UKE IT NO ONE JOINS BUT BILL. Xo. 1 Bill Club of the World Oi^an-izcd. MAKE CEMENT BLOCKS. Aid. William Oliver is proposing to form a rom|inny..of local men, with capital of 930,000, half paid up, to manufacture an improvied cedent block, made by, exerting a pressure twenty tons to each block, tho cement keiug put into the, mould haif dry. JelTcraon City, Mo., Feb. 15.-Tho ' Bill Club No. 1, of the World," filed articles of association ycotqrday and has been granUd a charter as a social organization. The b.^dt^arters is at Excelsior Springs, and the inemberahlp is restricted to nkn who answer to iite name of ".Bill." Wm. J. Bryan, United Siatos Senator Stone and ox-Congrcssman Cowherd are. on the membership roll. , The ofllloers are: President, Bill Sisk; ViccrPreaidcnt, Bill Wear; Secretary, Bill Hydcr; Treasurer, Bill Flack; Manager, Bill Bailey. ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH. (Anglican.) Rev. .7- S. Cfaivars, A.K.C., Bcet:>r. Matltia at 11.00 a. m. Sunday School at 8.00 p. m. Evensong at 7-30. Celebration of Holy Communion,- �t Sunday in the month, 8 a. m. vPlain), and 11 a. m. (Choral.) 8rd Sunday atter Matins. Other Sundays at 8.80 a.m.)^ Daily Matins and Evensong ai 9.n't a.m. and 7.8(> p. m. CATHOLIC CHUHCR. BuDday Sarvicaa.- Low nmm. 8.80 a. m.; high aian. 11.00; VMpara, 7.80 p. m. Daily Bvrlou�:-  80 n.B. Fathor Vm TlglMm FOR SALE. BILL WITHDRAWN. EdmoBlott, Feb. lO.r-Mr. Maroollus waa given pormisaion to withdraw hia bill (or aroend]acBta to tho coail mioera ntguJatioB, act. Hia ivaiaon {for the withdrawal being that aihos tbo i*^" iaveatigaiioD v�a to be held into Bubiacti"Hunt, coal:conditions in thiiiprovtaoo. it ' 'would !) well toi^awaHtte outcetna S. T. Hopper, Carainn, Man., suc-cawds F. H. Mayhow as manager of the Union Bank �t Medicine Hat. e. F. HARRIS BARittor, AdTocaite, Notary Pnblie OiB�8-r01tver Block, up^stein. New Modern Residence Situated eloie to centre of city. PoBseiMa every convenience. A Bargain at $3500. IPPiY AT lERilLD OFFICE /;//< V - A .^//'///// YOU at* hot a ihoetnafcer� w thcfc*! no need of going into an analyils of the consttuctkm of the "Queen QoaUtT^ Shoe. But the fact fcmains that it satisfies over two million wearers. They know they like itf that it gives style to the footi that it gives comfort the first dav worn. And that is enough. It holos its shape longct than other ready made shoes becausMt fils. Yet the cneir-tnotu busineaVbne on ''Queen Quality^ Shoes keeps the prices moderate* fredGow&Ca , f3M $3,50 $4.00 � ^ Is a very delicate basineii. It requires experience, a knowledge of optics, and the necessary instruments. We are fully equip* ped in aK these particulars, and can determine wi^b ttie utmost accuracy wben a person should wear glasses, what sort of glasses they should be, and we will supply them at the lowest possible price. Wheh, these advantages are so handy, don't yoa think it would be a mistake to do without glasses? Any error of vision ia altogether too important to be neglected. Lei na give you the advantage of our facilities. OBEK, the specialist, at R. A. WRIGHT'S Jewelry Store. FOR SALE. Tenders will be received up to tho 1st of March for th3 purchase and removal of tho lean-to, which formed the old Liquor store and ware-houas at ri-j\i _i Lj^uor store, bo-loBging to tho Hudson's Bay Co. and aituaicd on Smith Street. Theno is A lot of valuable dry lumber in this buildinf Apply' UwUtaa Bay Co. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Applieationa will he received :i)y ,' tile undcrsitcned up. to tt p.m. on tte , second day of March, lOPT for I^e position of Secni^ary' Tnpatfurar C^ir ^ fthe City of Lethbridge'at a saliiry, of f1,500 per annum. . : ' ;: Duties to conunenoe April ilat,'. 1�07. , . fly Order. ;/ , . ,..... ,. ,C. 8. BOWMAN, , "'^/^ J V ;Sacr�ftary'Jrrsasu�8r?r ' mim. 51 ;