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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME J LETHBKIDGE, ALBERTA. TUUBSDAY. JANUARY 31.1907. NUMBER 18 The Store of Quality. SatUfaction Ouaraatced Men's Clothing at Stiff Price Reductions. A large shipment of Fit Reform Clothing now on the way, and we are compelled to clear tlie balance of our winter stock of men's Suits ami Overcoats in order to make room for spring Roods. Pric(*8 that will make you think. Men's Tweed Os'ercoata, regular price 10.00, sale price----$5 50 Men's Overcoats, regular price 12.00, sale price.......... 7 80 Men's Tweed Overcoats, regular price 14 00, sale price.... 8 75 Men's Blue and Black Reerers, regular price 5.00 and (�.0C�, sale price........................................ 35 Big Discount on Men*s Suits. We still have a good range of Mea'a Suits OA hand which we will clear at reduced prices. If Get the Habit and Look for the Sign. The 2 Macs iOnly Exclusive U.en's Outfitters 'J: In LotXibridge N. McKENZIE DEAD Passed Away, After .Short Illness, This momfng. Norman MacKcnzi-e died this inorn-inj aftor havin,^ Ijoeiv confined 'to lii.s Led for throo weeks, lie 'had live-d lioiarU-ndor nt l)io Dallas. Prior lo coming hare ha livel In \hs KocL-enays. He liatl lived in llie \v�it many yoar.s and %vas foi' a ions time �at I'rini-T; Albert,, whcne'lioB� of his relalivo.s reside. Ho. J�aws a I wifo and two young ohil'drcn. He -vrAH ' a mcnibar oi' �the ila.sonic Oi-dor. Big Sale of Real Estate. The .\I(!xandor siil;-:iivl!,ion, run -n'.ns from W.j.'^jr roftd wost, to Ihi river and covering 170 acres, was fold on Tunsdaj- by ih.'. C. li. iiowmun Agency (.0 Y. S. SteppaivJ & Co. of Calg'ury. It i.s umlar.stob'd the fjr.'co vati over S�5,000.'^ TJio former o"i>ri' of the prcpeity was Goo. .'\Iexunrlei-, of Ka.slo, Inil loiial parties acyuircd tile in'oiwriy soma 'time a^o. Tlia cntirj property Ije put ou the market inwusdiatoly. Dr. llrunner of Calgary, was Mr. Sheppard s associate in the 7�wr York, Chioago, Spokano and I'ciwtoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial CreditB issued for use in all pnrt� of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERUS Ortft* lolil ivaltabl* 4t all poiati in Uaited Statei, Baropt [aad Canada InlereM allowed on d�p�ait� at e%irr*nrrat*a Lethbridge Branch - L^"' BCCVE Mrs. .J. 1{. Ontos, who was well-l.uown in l.e'.hbrid^o, aivd an activo member, of Wesley Cliurch, diotl at Shorbrooke, tjua., on Jan. 17th, �nd was interred at that place. Tlw local paper contains the following accoi.nt of the funeral service. The funeral of the late 5Jrs. John l?ot3ci-t Gates took place on Sundoy afternoon from the home of lior ] mother, Mr.s. Edward Price. Bowcn avenue, Ka�t Sherbrooke, ami was-largely oitteiidod by relatives aitd friends of the-family. Thu service kt the house wu.'s ciMiduetcd by Il6v-.''i6; Ellerj- llead, pastor of the Congl^ -�gutl.onal church, who made some ap-jpropnale and Xocliny ren)ark.s. A couple of lijmn.s weivs fceautifu'ily sung' hy a male trio composs>d of aiesfer.?. (ioixion and Ernest Arnuitatfe-and Cecil Martin. The bearers were the four brothers and two cou,sins of dooea.sed, Messrs. William Price (Capeltcn), Frislerick, George and Edward Price, Ernest and iUvtthew Price, Sherbrooke. The mourners v-cra Mr. John Uobert Oatis, hu.s-Imnd of deceased, James Oates, only Hon, Mrs. Edward Price, mo-tlu-r, Mrs. Edwaixl Perry, sister, Mr. J no. Price, Mrs. Price, .Mr. and Mi-s. Jjio. Gates, Mr. *nd Mi-s. Frank Gates, .Mr. Fred Davis and many o>\h.}t coni-njclions. Lovely flowers were on tlie casket. At the close of the service the procession was former of thi late I-kiward Price, and was a woman of fine chai-actor and lovable riisposilioll, who has went to L;thbridg�, Alberta, in the hojJe that a change of clinuvte would tw of Uencifit to Mrs. Gates, who was in iil health. Siva did not Improve, 'however, and in May last, she re -turned with Iiei- husband to her oUl home, �ntl after much sufTcring,borne with Christian pntitnce and roa'is -nation, pa.ssed peacefully away. She loaves her hus and, one son, a mother and sister to mourn h?r loss. Till!: SCAULICT MY.STEIIY. The "Scarlol My.sterica" who arc announced lo make their first ap -IK'arancu for a short season of one niRht at the opera house on Monday I'Vbruary ilili, claim to present the mos't artistic and genuinely humorous attraction ever brought from London to these shores. Mr. Edward HrnnsconAo of Westminster Al>!xiy Choir /amo, unider >vhos,> dii-eellon the now company is tour;nK. is assured that the comilJi -nation of artists and the character of the pei-fornianccs they give, will fulfd a IcnV folt want, viz.: the production of an enlcrtainmcnt odtoring refinciil humor, genuine fun fi'^a from all vulgarity, of real musical excellence, pi'eaontod by rcpulatjlo artists chosen fiom live front I'ank of voc-sBlists aa>d m,u!�icul 'sturs in Enj? -land. J. F. Ilamiltcn, of Calgary, is in '.he city and imttnds to Icav^ to-nier-i'p\v to look into an irrigation pro-(ei'tln the Little HoV country. � TO WIPEOFF DEBT Baptist Congrc|atlon Encouraged by a Generoos Offer. At the annual bu.s:li* meeting of the Ua[>ti�t Cbiirch held In the l^b-emacle on Wodnosday evening, � lot-tar was read; from the Rev. O. J.C. White, a fornvar pastor of the oon-gi'0_ation, announcing that he would tfive $500 towards tho church debt Which now stands at ?a,00fJ. on the condlticn that tlu� col�KregationraI.�!> tha other Sl.r.OO. After a .^hort di.s-cussion on tlie subject, it was decided tlwt on t'ft'ori should ho made to r�!srj tlie money, and it was tm-thet decided that that effort be put foith dur n_; th3 next two months, so tliat if possible, tho princiiial may l-i paid on" I y March Slst, to wfcich date the int3ix:st is already paid. A special mo-ting of the meiiitxnui an.l friends of the TaUarn-acle is to te held n*.vt Wodno. dc';;t and are gping forward to tlieir task with united hearts. Alix*ady the Hcv. tBSs.''Reid has i-e-cci\ed in cash andr^peomtisw, over $200 nnd he will te iMifclited to uc-kaiowledgo any suniA.tbat taay be Stent to him for the purpo#,of paying oft' this indelvteclness. SmiPOXAT STIRLING Severe Case CAntracted at High U/cr. There is ,a snwU pox case at Stirl-intf. A man named Spachinon, lately from Claresholm, has tl�e diswase. Dr. Campbell, medical health officer, urges that people who hitve not l>een vaccinated wHiiin the last three yeni-s should get vaccinated dt once. Spikman came down jo spend the Cliristmas bolida}-a at Stirling,' W4ver^ he h.iejliavo 1 e>n exiwsed to the disease ^i||ugh contact with him. The Prbvinclat h alth ofllcer wired instructions front Edmonton yesterday, having teen Inotificd of tlie case by Mr. Malr and strong measures ore bei�g taken by Dr. Kivors. Tlus schools closc*i and ent'.'rtainnKnts canoelled lor tht* present, ond with isolation H is not likely the di.soasc, will siircctd. The immJgrat>ion authorities ace oi course very an.\ious that the disease should Ojo checked at once, as in a few weeks frominow the soa.f:Kon $3; J. D. Higlobotham ^ Co. 1; Herald Publibhing Co. iO; Howard Case & Co., 83; lientley Co., lAd., 8Sc; J. J. Johnston SOc; C.H. liaising, Sli.CO; J. ft. McDonald, 87.50; Western Stationery Co. t3.50 W. C. Ives, 815; C. Q. Nliumon!* ?�; Western Transfer Co. glO. It was decided to procure the Pres-tcn adjustable desks. Tlie desks will cost S3.75 and ?2.75. Mrs. Jones will bo asked to nmbe curtains for Wcstmiinstcr School and the sites and buildings coomittee will arrange to have the thick -boards repainted. AFTER FEED FOR HTOCK. JCs. Dupoc, ol Coutls, was in the city jvstcrday looking for hay. He says the cattle and sheep at the I boundary are in bod shape, nnd un^ I less t^i can be secured they will all be lost. Governed by Goodness Praised Wherever Um4 . Among gentlemen who ^ are well bred and p�rti< cular, SEMI-READY TAILORING niefils wif,)i a generous ftpprobation; and men of fiiilture demand much' orclothea. Not only correct in, s'.yie nnd of clothes that arc distinctively good form, biit in coat the SEMI-READY TAIL. OR INO System.. snyei a good deal of money for the gentleman. who buys Suits lard Over-' coats for the changing HeoHon. OVERCOATS at $IS.SI8.S20,|25 SUITS at |15.Sn 120.125. $30 THE "SEMI-READY" IDEA PHYSIQUE Type G~Norm�I We divide tho pliysical man into seven distinct types and each type is sub-divided into 5 variations, and we make suits to exactly fit every height, weij^lit and shape of these H5 types, so that it takes 42-5 suits from 1 pattern of worsted to present a eotnplele line in that single pattern. That is how we can absolutely guarantee a correct fitting garment. ^i;^ ibrejudge your Suit ft the Basting Stage before you buy Thftr� the kernal of the Semi-Ready Tailoriai I4�ft Wi&^ayeyovi the bother of being meosured. the bother of being fitted, and the i^reuiedial unpleasantness of having to pay for oiSuitlhat does not does not .look right, and will not hold i1*�hape; You "try. on a Semi-Ready Suit that has been car6ftttly tailored-aiid Ifeft only partly finished-that has-been through the hands'bf the inost�kilfui tailoring people of Canada, tailors whose salaries the best custom tailor couldn't aflford. Semi-Ready Suits have the smartness and disiinction of a suit designed by a' master tailor-the most knowing Sod scientific in America. - . . Yoii try ou a Semi-ready Suit before an entire triplicate riiirror, showing three separate views ail at one time. You are acutely critical, because your suit forms part of yon, and you expeet more from Semi-ready than from the cusfom iailor. There are no excuses for any ill fit in a Semi ready Suit. Yon are not flattered as to your appearance when you feel unconsciously that there is something wrong, nor are you forced to talse a suit against your own judgment. Tlie distinctive grace of the Semi-ready Sack Suit isevi. dencetl iu the 15 Tweeds and .Serges just as it is in the more expensive fabrics at $20 iind !?25. The Radiator Coat The Radiator Coat has made it possible to secure Fur Coat warmlh at sheepskin xjrices. No coat ever made up at the price can equal it for w^ear, comfort nnd appearanbo. Made of heavy brown duck hotly, sheepskin liue