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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 - - V i4- -k VOLUME ^ LLTIIBKIDGE, ALBEltTA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31.1907. NUMBER 13 h -4 *l- -.ft � - - yv;^ � r �. w t _ The Store of Quality. SfttUfftction Gusrtnteed n. Mckenzie dead Passed Away, After .Short Illness, This morning. Stiff Price Reductions A largo shipment of Fit Reform Clothing now on the way, ami wo aro compelled to clear the balance of our winter stock of men's Suits and Overcoat** in order to make room for spring goods. Prices that, will make you think. Men's Tweed Overcoats, regular price 10.00, sale price----85 o0 Men's Overcoats, regular price 12.00, sale price.......... 7 80 Men's Tweed Overcoat?, regular price MOO, sale price----8 75 Men's Blue and Hlaek Ueerers, regular price 5.00 and ft,00. ^ ( ^ �ulo price........................................ Norman AfacKenziu died this itiorn-in had in tlvo wost ninny jvnrs and was fur u \ou$ thiw at I'lincr? Albert, Hask., wliei-e fiomo of his roluUw* rosldu. Ho lyavos u I wifj and two young children. He avw.h 41 hrmiiU'm* of 4.ho Masonic Ordor. Bit Sale of Discount Men's Suits. f 1 We still have a good range of Men9! Suit t on hand which we will clear at reduced prices. TI:p Ali!xnndi�r �ul.--ii\ l-.ion. run-it tix from WvMininHtvr rond uosi to tlu ri\�r ami cowling 170 iicivh. i was �old on 'i'u.*sod i)w |h-;imf Uu� prr.jierty w�s (!.�Val esluto Won-dtM*. Ht� is only 17 years of ago bul is til? of th> loading ronl %sUtt^ men in Cnlgnry. His lmuio is ul Port Stanley, near St. Tlioinos, Out. to wipe off debt Baptist Congregation Encouraged by a Generous Offer. At the annual business tnocting of Ok) Baptist Church heVd in tho Tub* ornaclo on Wcdnostlny ovetring, a lot-tvr was readJrom the Hev. (3. d.C. Wliiio, a fornvar piihtor of tho con-alion, n-nwounclng that he would tftvo ^oO0 towards tho church debt which now sounds at $2,K�r �* dociiUd thai thai elTort bp put forth dur n; ths next two nioivths, so tluvt if possible, tho principal winy l*� ikiUI rft ly M.u'ch 81st, to which ditto tho hit �ivst is already pakl. A spcciul mo ting of th�? nioitLt>om and frieruls of ihu Tabernaclp is to hold a?xt WcHlnosday to dlncuns ways t.ivl nvonns of raising tho dosir�\l sum� A It hough this \h a bl^ und.TtaJuiJu for surh a siunll and Uitintlifc*vtial friotids will hit � t' F * Get the Habit o. n^rc^ation. yet our Hop huw confidence Unit they will soon lw fro;- from cei\tHi in cash and promise*, over ^200 and lie will t� tci hc�r mother. Mi.s. ICtlwarU Priiv. Uowcn la\omiet KiiHt Shorljiooko, u�k! was I largely attcmlod hy relatlvvfl ami friomU ��f tho fam�iy. Th- service at th-� Iioum! wui* conducted hy He\*. O. Kllcry lU-ud, pu�ior of th-"> Congiv -�Riit onnl ihurih, who mado soiin* ajv li''Ui4* ft^linj; iV'inurUs A �ouplf of hymns woiv t)u*r, Mi*h. KJward l'crry. sisu�r, Mr. .Ino. rrue. Mrs. l'rlc. Mr. ami Mi's. �ln�>. OattH. Mr. und Mit*. Frank Oak*, Mr. Kr^i Davis and many o;h�r wn* n*ctuns. Jx>vvly llonurs wi�n� on tlw casket. At tho clon^ of tin* servkv tho pnjc.'KHinii was formal and ii�*dc�l t�� th� \ nlon ('iiKMi-iv, 1M-vid.mm streot. wh�>iv ih� mortal remain* weiv laid to ivhi in the family lot. Th� hit.* Mrs, Oati* \\hoM> maiden nanK* was l^mi-a lTir.�. was only forty-one year* of as*1. siio wan the diiu�jht *r t�f th� hin� Kxlwnrd i'rice. and uas a woman of fme chanirter ami lowihlo (Hspt>sit ion. who ha. She Io.iVck lu'r bus and. one son. a mother and sister to mourn h*r loss. Then.* is a iitnall pox co*h* at Mtlrt- A man named Bpachmati, lately from Clarcfdiohn, has the disna-^v Vv. CampUOl, medical health ot-ficvr, urges that jwople wl\o haw not l*vn vaccinated within the U�rt threo yeai-s should vacclnaU-d at once HpJknmn cuine Hence hU room at JllRh Itivor wai r occupud hy a discoMd p�rtftitfL. Upott. Spikemwin's return h� woh given the hau.e room and bed nnd contructod UL" difccaifc* ai;d wan turned out..^ Having no place to K�> ho ivturto-id to Stirling a few dayn ago and his ca�j is reported to he'aaevero civ, lc*skles numbers of people nave I en eNlMsed to the di�v�a� tMou^t) c.intact with him. The Provincial h alth oflker wiried InfttructlotM from Kdmonti'it yt*tcrJay, having t�v�n jiotiDed of the ca^o by Mr. Malr tuul ittrong tnoa�urcs nru befog taken by Ur. Hivers. Tlic Hchool*� ck>se�l and on again nnd it is fortunate that Infctoad of leihK troubled as hitherto from far away Winnl|K�K. it will now U* d*mlt with by the provincial nuvfieal ol-lieer and his nnsistants. Theiv is not much danfttr of tlw dis.NtKv? hpivadlni; generally through-jiut ihe country, but it will bo dom If vaccination in attended to. School Bosrd Meets. ESTABLISHED 1817 TIIK SCAHLKT MVSTIUtY Capital all paid up...................SI4JIM* Reserved Fund...................... I Balance IVolil and Loss.............. Head Office, Montreal Tlus "Scarlet MyMeries'" who ore announced to make th.-ir first ap -liearaiav* for a short season of one nitfht at tlv* opera house � n Monday February �lih. claim to pivsi^vt tho most art^tic und ^viiuinely humorous attraction ev.-r brought from l^ondou to those shoreH. Mr. I'd ward Hrnnseom'bo of \\\*st-minster A1 >: >�y Choir f a n w. u n -tary treasurer uubiuitted a state -uu>nt of Hchool Omincea, showinK a Udance on Iwuid dan. 1. amounting to $71-1.30. The principal recommended tluu the blackboards at Wosiiajnster school be ivpuinted f\nd tluxt tlw limiting of the two south loQiiw Ur intf defect*ie. could \*> ivmediud hy hanging cIkvbo cloth on tlw low�r half of each window. The following accounts wore piv-bontt-d and ordered to Ijo |>aid: liurl Kirnham. c. \V. Ktevenwon, AH. & 1. Co., $55; Morrison and Dfxon J. ii. JiigiiW>otharu ^ C0, 1; Herald Fublihhing Co. $0; How-ar15; C. C NMiuiUons $0; Western Transfer Co. $10. Jt was decldbd to procure the I'r^ Un adjustable desks. Tlu* desks will 8&; duction of an entertainment offering tvfn^d humor. (.enu"n�> fun fiv\j from all vulgarity, of real musical excellence, j)iv>ix>i>ted by reputable artists chosin from the front rank *�f vocalists aaid musical "stars in Kng -lend the si let) Und Imt'diiUH committee will arrange to have the I lack -boards repainUxl.  Lethbridge Branch 9. r. REEVE Manager J. F llamiltcn. of Calgary, in in says AFTKR FKKU FOU STOCK. Je�. Oupvx:, ol C'fjutts, was in tho [city >vstejxlay looking1 for hay. lf� the cattle and sheep a�t tluj �.ho city and imtends to leave to-nuor- . boundary are in bad Bhapo. and uiu-row to look into an irrigation pro-;less l'eed can he secured they will ject in th^ Little How" country. * all *:o lost. e - -� � 'Is' * i* Among gentlemen who are well bred and parti, cular, SEMI-READY TAILORING mo(!ls with a generous approbation; and men of oiilturedemand much ofclothes. Not only correct in g'ylc and of clothes that arc distinctively good form, hut in coat the MKMLREADY TAILORING System ..wives a good deal of money for the gentleman who buys Suits ord Over-coats for the changing OVERCOATS $15 ,$K. |20. $25 SUITS at |15. |� S20. $25, $30 THE SEMI-READY" IDEA \l forejudge your Suit at the Basting Stage before you buy PHYSIQUE Type G Normal We divide the physical innu into seven distinct types and each type is sub-divided into .*> variations, ami we make suits to exactly lit every height, weight and shape of these 'Jo types, so that it takes I2"> suits from 1 pattern ol* woisted to present u complete line in that single pattern. That is how we can absolutely guarantee a correct fitting garment. That9* the kernal of the Semi-Ready Tailoring Idea We save you the bother of being measured, tho bother of being titted, and the irremedjal unpleasantness of having to pay for niSuit.thut does not.4l(, does not look right, aud will not hold it* shape. You try on a Semi-Ready Suit that has been carefully tailored-mid teft only [xirtly finished-that has been through the hands bf the most skilful tailoring people of Canada, tailers whose saluries the Iwst custom tailor couldn't afford. Scini-Ueady Suits have the smartness and distinction of u suit designed by a master tailor the most knowing and seicntitic in America. You try on u Semi-ready Suit before an entire triplicate mirror, showing three separate views all at one time. You are acutely critical, because your suit forms part of you, and you expect more from Semi-ready than from tin* custom tailor. There are no excuses for any ill tit in a Semi ready Suit. You are not tlattered as to your appearance when you feel unconsciously that then* is something wrong, nor are you fonM'd to take a Hiiit ngainst your own judgment. The distinctive grace of the Semi-ready Sack Suit isevi-denccd in the J?Jo Tweeds and Serges just as it is in tho more expensive fabrics at aud S-d. abfosimijfuHk-.ars. This c,,,t is sj-U-ulUl v�,ll1,\WI,ll1,f .J^ you to ci.no in h.i.1 let uh show you why Muje in bIjo t. tl.rw-quarter mul f�� Priws ntiiKo twin........XI.M to l^.iKJ 1" � L \ r � f r t h^' - ? Sheep lined Driving Moccasin If you are troubled with cold foot when you are driving;* hero is something that will keep you warm. 'The driving-.' moccasin is mudo ol sheep skin with tho wool insult*, and is tho wannest you can y�-t. . tOW PRICED & WEARS WELL  \ - T- - k �� 5 "if i 7-  -  .-iff , I. -1 r ^1 J J^- � �'� PHONE lOO I * 1 T ;