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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Kootenay Fruit Land The Famous Prize Fruit District of British Columbia. THERE IS MORE MONEY IS FRUIT than in wheal or stock. Delightful occupation, enjoyable surroundings, ideal climate. COLUMBIA GARDENS is irrigated lands, and the only irri- gated land in British Columbia where no charge is made for water. Pare mountain water conveyed, free to every block. COLUMBIA GAHDENS is the only irrigated tract in British Columbia that is located on railway. Daily train sendee both ways. COLUMBIA GARDENS is farthest south and lowest altitude ensuring f-eedom from spring frosts. IRRIGATION MEANS WEALTH. KOOTENAY CLIMATE MEANS HEALTH. DESIRABLE FRUIT LANDS nre rising rapidly in value ?11 over British Columbia. Now is the time to buy a home in this land of Opportunity ai d of Health and Hap- piness, of Suushine, Fruit and Flowers. Write or call on- T. E. PATTESON Ott Block LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA further particulars. Double Your Here's a chance for the Speculator to make a hundred per cent, before second payment is due. We offer land in section lots for per acre down. Land in less than "section lots an acre down. C. R. DANIEL, Manager HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED The Tired Man's Comforter is a little roll of "weed" icarce tiw inches long, with the magic name "tobacco." Since Kaleigh't day THE CANADIAN BANK Of :JJJK REPORT OF THE PROCEEDINGS THE ANNUAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS j Sth JAKUAUY, 1907. The fortieth annual meeting of the SuarelioMers" of the" Canadian Bank "of Commerce was held iu the buuking-house 6u 8th January, -1907, at JO -5 The President, Hou. George A. Gox. having taken the chair, MnF. G. Jeni- mett was appointed to act as and. Messrs. Aemiluw an outfielder and has h-eJd down second base in fast: com- pany. Frnrn here he looks to 'be the class of utility-man the Capitals could make "good use of and he will likely be taken on. His is now at Denver, but captained tha Sheridan. Wyo., team in 1906. He weighs a'b- j out 180, but is- said to be exception- ally active on his p'.ns.. An. infielder who, from appearances draw his salary from Edmonton this year is Tom Ejau. He got into the fast class three years ago with Superior, Wis., -and since then'-be -has been keapi-ng up the good work at Billings i Montana... He is fairly strong art- while at shortstop there is noih'ng in tn-e western country that can equal aim for speed, his throw- ing being very accurate and lightn- ing fast. The Thistles of Kenora, won the Stanley Cup, emblematic of the hockey championship of the world, from the Montreal "Wanderers. Habit IT'S A GOOD ONE GET IT NOW, BEFORE THE USUAL T. MANUFACTURER EST READ UNS City Bakery f. C. CocKe, Prop. Synopsis Of Canadian Ndrth-West HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. RUSH -TT T UU WAIN J The BEST Typewriter Then buy a It is the BEST. Dominion waTi of I ren aectioa Lai d-> in .Alberta excepting g am 56.; cot ai.T be iomesteaded by anr perisoa wbo iB- of aTamllr, oranTmilcoferHje to iJic rxtintof quarter nectloh !G'J more or Eu'rr iBustbe made personi'lr at .the local land oft'ce Xor the district In which the land is situate. The arter is required ro perform the condlt'oas connected therewith tmder ttt rhe plans.: month HERALD PTG. CO. AGENTS CHURCH DIRECTORY. us for the ensuing year: HON. GEO. A. COX, ROBEKT M. LHOAT. J.AS. JOTTN7 J. A. At .1 Trfetmff of tlie dent JONES, FREDERIC NICHOTXS, H. D. P. E. WAt.KFR.' 2. A." T.A'STT, E. Tf. WOOD.. Board of Piroctors Tiekl subsequently B E. Walker was elected PrcsidcnUaad Mr. ..Robcrf KHgour Vice-Presi- Indian's delight. Our modest share in the business of bringing peace is the Bupply of cigarg.......... WALLACE HOSELTON, Cigars, Tobaccos and Pipes! DEATH OF JAS. KEYES. Keycs, the shoemaker on Ford St. near th-c fire hall, died very suddenly from failure at an i early hour Monday morning. T-Ic had been ill for some days, but no't seriously. Mr. Keyes had. only from a visit to friends in "the east. The deceased t.n n.Jirtii-t. RI'V vfnra ago frmn Sout'h Jrountain in East- ern Ontario, where h-c 'had beCT hi LETIIBIILDG-KITES IN A WRECK. LABOR UNION HALL. J n. C. Jacobs is leaving Raymond to So into business Salt A Jew nifhta arc still for .Uw City. uae of Clubi, lodges. in The Cardston Board of Trade bias lAlJor Uftlon elated the following officers: Presi- Club. clcnt. Martin Woolf; Vice President, Cf wU1 C. A, 0-igot; Secretary, E.N. Bar- J. BALDRY, Box ker: Executive, D. S. H. D. .aird D. E. Hunts, Jr. Dr. 'Stewart .returned from the east week." He .reports -that Ontario "is1 enjoying" great activity, due in many Upsets to tne development cf By thy dear name to be T'To sn.ys ToT-n-nto known. A SOX NET ON" ALBERTA. (Toronto Sa-tuwlay Night.) It may not 'be generally known, that the new province of Alberta received its name when the Marquis of Lome was Governor-General, and was call- ed after the Princess Lonise, one of whose Christian names is Alberta. At the time the Marquis of Lornc. who is profioi'ent in verse, wrote thj? following" sonnet: On The New Province cf Alberta. In token of live love which thou hast WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. J. E. Hughson, B.A., Pastor. Sunday services at -11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Class Meeting Sunday mornings at ten. Sunday School and Bible Class at Epworth League Monday evening at eight. Prayer Meeting. Wednesdays, at 8.00 Junior League Fridays at 4.15. BAPTIST TABERNACLE. Rev. Wm. Reid, Pastor. (Residence, Arnos Harrison's. Sun-day Services atll.OO a. m 7.30 p. m. Suoday School and Bible Class at 8 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening ftt 8.00 o'clock-. Ladies' Aid Tuesday afternoon at 2.30 p.m. KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Rev A. M. Gordon, Minister. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting evening at 8.0Q o'clock. For this wide latid of freedom, I named A prcvinoc vast, .and -for its famed, wonderfully in the last four shall it he! Her fountains jvars. away he missed 'the Al- sunshine, as" during his entire aliscnoc the sun did not .shine more tiid" 2. It WE.S rs.inir1'0' .most of'tlio time. Gri irii journey home doctor business and wife divd. Ho "'was jf.a wreck" at .White'River on the forty three years- of age. is survived by a sister, Mrs. Eifie Rose j South Mountain, and a nephew, j Thomas Rose, at Moose Jaw, I funeral took place on Tuesday j afternoon and was conducted 'by Rov. J. S. Chivers. The late MT. JKcycs is understood to have been fairly circumstances. Tie owned thi two buildings-and- next the flrt hall. main line'east of Port Arthur. car th.a doctor was in jumped the track and the passongers were severe- ly jolted but it was in the .tourist car whore the greatest danger exist- ed as the acctctync gas exploded and sot the car on fire. However the train was'stop'pwl in plenty cf time to enable the passengers to' escape. Mr. and Mrs. Boyce, of this city, passengers in this car. thrown From alps unto three oceans,