Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
. ri'*^'"- t;teTMAltID6e.'AXBi iri Showinic niby �nuirt WlM�iMllibri�i. in t&poimkr1>.B.uid Snifo to dUMM fRMB. We now JiMiv* th� pleMiii�of%itNtee. ins to tfci^ hniui ppblie of UthMdl* nd vrrott^ail^' eoaiitiy CMNitt's fill-. MtnodMtidboCb%h tndi> elolUi^ in !! ffionewodtelolhsAnd ooleriBgtt hawing � TJuriety of ..different igrlee- D.V. Sukt,; 8 and 4 tmtliar> imt tbo Fit.ReforarS label to be imreljr Silpied thioi�^. and to be mada np of nothing bat imported olotha.. Ihreiy garnet finished to yoarme^ifp^lqroor'^^ The niannfeetniera of Fit-Refom clothiog aie the^^^^^^^!^^ T0B8IN CANADA offinieh^^tomeasure gamali^ Thia^ dUMhiugiidelivered to US in'thifuanner^u^ maaanie by an experi�oo�d'4i^ilorv; Ton will aoon �nit or orerooat. Come in and see the fsnge.' W^'^iean lit the tall aliin, tall atoat. ahort atont and oorpniant man,; ^l^ieea from 115 to f�. The Home of Fit.Bef6rm Clothing, Lethh^^. r tiif City, it W.A. (fpMlal to Hmld.) Kdmonton, March 6.-The Edinon tun tJouraal Rays. The provincial inliiiatry,v It. la uAderatood, hav� appointed'' Mr.. Wliiiam A. Buchanan, proprietor of the. Lothbridga Herald, provincial librarian. This office tnaj poMibly. carry :with; it. .the t work of ortaniBing the; frue librarian ayiitm. :afA-tbe. OovoraRieut.' which the Iciriii-; latiiRt .have endofaed. : For. the paat year Mr. Uuchanan.^ ha* edited the HeMid in the 'South city' and matte It: ono of, .thefbcst^ and .newaimit we�kllea in the province. -Previbiut to thia he had an extensive Xe�p^! paper experience. His early trainiag ^^was received in - Peterboro, where he: |morkcd for eight years. .For three |y�ilw he was city editor of the To-ronlo'4;:TeIegrain and'lfor the saino^ period.'oiiinasinii: director of the St; .Thomas i^Ai^rnal. Mr. Buchanan :1s, tKerefore. -v-elhrJitiaUned to undortlihe, �~work. ,thivt.; re^Ures literary tfifln -life iinil th� iitNt�M^l spirit which ia. �'suaify; dovclpited, In a newspaper aMft>whpao'work/,is. necessarily of iMiat: nature. : Mr. Buchanan has the additional-quallflcAtioa of being a young man of energy and good; 'address., and will undoubtedly (ill with honor, to hin^sclf.this position. The 2 Macs Only Sxoluairtr Men'e Outfittere InXethbrid0� intportant' Homesteacb Not Exeftijii Many homcsteailors are under the Jnpression that nil homesteaders are exempt from their duties until May tat. .The Herald inquired of J,a8. Stafford, local llominian Land Ag-ent,-'concerning the exemption .and was informed that the exemption ap-pl ii>� only to property east of and including . range twenty; west of 4th meridian. AM other homesteads are not exempt and arc liable to cancellation should the conditions not be. fulfilled according to regulations. rm CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO KSTABUSHED laa? . B. WAIKCK, Prtsident UtX.i�na>r OMml Maasttr A. a. mBUMD, SuptriatsadMt of Paid-up C�|>ital,|10,mOOO Rett, - - - 5,000,000 Total Asaeto, - 113,0004100 BANK MONEY ORDERS I^IQ AT TNC reUMSM SATCSt as laad vndw......... ..... S cMrti^ .. ' ~Ov*r. asaadnottxceadinff tie...... cmta . :" aio ..aao..;... 10 cMiia *7 .'^:.��..-':$30,-.�� � $S*',--,iS'caOls ''�� �N MK'.lf RIVtK aiVNIKFAlL LEAVINGS MANtON aTAVILV LeTHBRlDGK jnVCHBR CKtBK aTlUTMCONA MACLEOD aONOKA VBCRBVILLB MKOICINB HAT � :|iei4;p%ce, Montreal , . ' piCBaxo�irr: K�vrltim.UftngniL^ a. a. m. o. ' '-Boivaiaeaoaaa j. naoMiiem. u. a a.e. OjUMWNV. aisir ai Mawasm' �mnoaea and.Agenolea at aUttayrtaotpalbelata la Canada AlaoJu Ii0ztdon, Xaglas d. KewToHt; Caaieago. Spokane and rewloundlaiiA TraveUere' Ciroular Latteraol Oredtft and Ooaaiaai>elal OrediM ieaued tor uae in all paru olthe world. ; COI.U3CTIONSMADEONrA^ORABUTmiiB% Draffs aaidavatUftU at ail points la UaiiadStatM, Bere^leaa Caaad* latereet allowed an d�i>�ali� at urrwiit ratm i^dibrici^ Brianch - .JabtasM-Gcls IL Aid. U. W. Robinson was appointed Siieretary-treasuror. at the council meeting on:Mnn api>l.ving. Chief Fowler advocated B second city team as no|sr cssarj' for flre protection. The tenders for lumber wore not let, the council roferring.tpvtheyoity solicitor concerning the .^non-fulfillment of lost year's coutrnct by one of the bidriur.s lieforc iiwar'ding the con-tnict. mmm . Kdmonton. N^V. ''?^^^hr/??i?t vineial Seed Fair, .lbs Cft'ii^'^e trict loaded every prltefJnTihV ,Al^ berU Red Class. MdlrtiW> flu^ fti^ the first prises in the ipr^iK classes. The only spring Oiriwat^l'ftt Lethbridgc. shown by: C,\,K. C, cot i� pinee in tlie prica'rl^t. p aton took-second place,%,^3�ru-r�^> barley and'#oB fini'.ih It was a iiitr s�r�ep for Snatiiern. l*rta. ^ . - j^i^ ' .,ii unatile ^t�i; atseice lajWf ipliiiiiice the ;^iaiS'liiwoutd be 'W.accbaat ol the ------ the wapondont and chief ,Vifa��;.�fto h^ left the country alMB'^'.aii^ cb^vietion was made. An ilMa;�ti|Miatwi no lik�M -hood of thi�#|si�&';iVer ^ing obtained - ttwcibdaj^ieileii was quashed and the ii|iip�itf:: *)16wed without e-igtn, Mr: 'sS^raMred tqr Mr, Rooney. \A a' King va. OMbMiy ^ a case transferred from tlh) i�iiiiftibij:sittlngh of the Court. It .fill be renwmbered Wfi SELL CLOTHES THAT FIT YOUR B(>Drir*btjlL I StYh 1�' ^: Diitilic Evangf listic Oim^^ Tile union evansetistic scrvlceB which have been conducted |n Wesley church under the direction of Rvangelist Ranton have, continued to attract large audiences and have deepened in spiritual interest and power. Last Sabbath witnessed the largiest religious asseml-lagc thnt 'ever CDnyonpiI in the hi.stoi-y of the city. In tiie morning Mr. Kniiton prcachua to a good sized cungrega -tion on, "The Joys of the Christian Lifo.^' At throe p.m. every nvoiUiblo" Stmt in the church, auditorium, gallery, lecture room and choir loft, was filled with the vast audieiic^ that faced the Evangelist when he rose to give his celebrated lecture bii the subject, "From the Bar-room to the Pulpit." Mr. Ranton told briefly the story of his own life. He h^ been left an. orphan,.; was placed guilder the curo' of relutives, wentoijt at an early age. to face the .world,^ engaged in various employmontsand was ' thrpw'h into- unfavorably. envlr-(onUienta, spent, some tinto as - bar-taiider'in' the.'old'Seidpn IIou^>�t Owen Sound aiid in^ the Victorta hotel at Barric, began tb.'drpp-.idown the ladder ring by ring and wits rescued by being converted in a Methodist revivalservice . -tventy three years ago. He began* at once to. work for Clod, and-;Mtei�d^t .^the Methodist church, studied')i�r ;^ ..t^^ ministry, was ordain�kl add'�et^� part to the work of an oviangiiilst. He closed with an earn^'t appeal. Thara is no doubt that the ^ddTO,att�mptsd to blow up' tho: fmldence "of^^.^^1^^^ Via mons; ami. Raihei^i^Beott. ^The. crown; count of being niuibla to.proeuw-the preaenoe of the chief witness, a Thild: detect!VP, who refuses to come to Lethbridgc as he fcarslkersonal violence. A coimnission has bec^ issued to take his evidence in Cl^cago, and anotSicr trial has been fixed for the; 21st; Mr. Harris appeared for the accused. King vs. Vlcholson, the accused was charged with having broken* into the drug Mtorc of J. D. Hlgin-bothnin and of having stolon a large number of articles. Accused pleaded guilty to^ both charges. Mr. -Nolan naked for clemency for XichoIaoD, and presented a largely signed petition > from the Pass toans on behalf of the accus(!d. His Lordship, after . conimenting on the circumstances of the case allowed the accused to go on .su.spended sentence. In King vs. Taylor the accused Wro. Taylor, is charged with forgery and of attempting to utter a forged docudlent. The prisoner pleaded not-] guilty and elected to be tried by His Lordship, but subsequently, after considerutioii with his counsel, Mr. Harris, chuiigcd his election and asked' to be tried by a Jury. The trial takes place Friday morning. King vs. McKay, the dofondant D. C. McKuy. is charged with the theft ui' a lunlerri. TIte trial tukes place ThhrsUn.v imiining. Mr. Ilurhs appears for the accused. "The civil list was then taken up, Beutley Co. vh. Marlow., stood over until Thursday morning. I'eople's Co-operative Institution vs./Sahcy and Day ivspectivoly, the plii^ntiirs couiisrl intimated that he would not press the case. Raymond Mercantile Co. vs. Miller and Raymond Mercantile Co., Judgment was' given in favor of the plain tifTa for #40.64 and 846.47 respectively with costs. Lcthbridgc- Urcwing and Molting Co,, vs. Hull stands until Thursday morning. 'fhe large debt cases were Brad-shftw vs. Ririe and E^ratt va. iMc-Phco. The former was struck from the list, as it has gone over aeveral. sittings of the court, and a settle -roent is now in sight between the parties. Erratt vs. McPhee, action for dainr ages for breach of contract, ia to be decided on affidavits filed in court. The work before the court la light Lethbridge still hiointaining its reputation for little legislation. Chief Justice Sifton goes to Cardstoh on. Monday. The chitf criminal cases for trial there lioing King vs. Falconer; /theft; and King vs. Dingmah, ahop bntaking, the litter prol>ably. being a lury trial. ' -a- ��Premier Twecdie of Now Brunswick lias-'resigned to accept the. Ueuten- ' |�at>aov(>rnoraliip of his province. He .lit succeeded by Attornoy-CleBarai W. H. Pugriay. Clothing tiori for Spring . V Of one thiiiK iltib man who weara SpotliairdV^, clothing can be certain, tliere. is- style, writei^'-'*^'^'^''--'* him. The fit of the colla'n. the set of the' the smart lapel.tlie stilish hang of the ttotfiiil^'t points that are aoi;e^ to. meet with the approfaatidl of oarticnlar dKssea; Clothing that ia foiloled and solidity. Splendidly tailored in avefy^^f^n^�^v :and which ca;)- be .counted r Upon to effect :tWf>^|nM^^ . -saying of one-third to one4ialf the usual cost' of^:^'ckMh^r^ ing of equal worth. . . JtfEN^S WRING OVERCOATS-^The'Htewthi**-quarter leD^ih coats that promise to be "all the go" for spring. Tl^e materials are smart Oxford grey and Melton cloths: Style feat-niaa are close fitting cdlar, well shaped lipeu, ; the akirt finished off withcireasi ed aide - seams. The coat is silk faced and lined throughout. Pricef i2;60 YOUTH'S SUITS-Cut in the'latest single and: double-breasted 8tvte$ for' spring' Dressy, dark and grey and fancy: worsteds. Sixes S2.35. Price $12.50 MEN'S srrTs--Of Scotch tweed a^d Woi inea iised throaghoat: Pnce $ltt.^ ^ mm. An Extra Good Chance in Men's Suits^ Alortnnate tarnoltfadebtoogbtitonr way^^^ ByoleuriugseTerailinesfrom a celebrated nan*: Over 100 aaits in Fsncy Tweeds, in tnedium gtvyvheektt^Mo^d^ brown cheTiotiWeeds: with"neat stripes. Each stiit pi^rfec'tjfittiii^f::^ and has hand.tamedetlges; singleor double breasted.sacqtie style, ' good Italian cloth liningSi all sixesv good valu6^4^ oO^A ^ ^ : -SCLLINC ALL THIS WCCK AT HAi:!^ PKICE. ? Men's Englisfi Worsted iBuits, Special 11(15.00. Tailored in smart single or ilouble breasted sacquq, style. Bet^utiful new, fancy patterns, in neat al^^ea awl checks, finished with hand turned edges and rmsed scams. i.SisesS2-44i:^^^^^;'^^^^ Special V aloe............................................................ $16.00. J\% Dame fasMM decrees Our styles of Ladies' Spring Coats, only one of which is shown hert>, a|;e the very latest. Our manufacturers iu the east have representatives in Paris, Berlin, London and New York, which keep them in constant touch with Daiue Fashion's er�rr changing fancies. Just as soon as the new garments are on the market the makers choose some of the beat designs in materials and style and forward them to us, thereby ennhling us to give you strictly correct garments just as shown in the bigirest fashion setters in the world. Only one coat of each kind is sent. You may rest assurt^l ihat you wiU'not mis>% the duplicate of your coat on the streets of Lethbridge. The last shipment has juat come to hand by express, and is now reaily ior you to make a selection from. Prices $5 to $25 A Special Tie for St. Patrick's Day Made from-1 beautiful quality of heavy imported silk, woven with black ground and green �hamrock leaves. It's a beauty, and you should secuie one, as they are selling rapidly. Price:60e Be Sure to See the New Golf Blouses' New York has received them with open amis- they're the rage. The clevef Jaeger kuitters have taken the prevailing siiit styles for inspiration and the result is - these charming Kolf blousas,.knitted in Eton, Norfolk, Pony jacket and Blouse style. Women fall in love with the oolor combinations at first sight. They're very , pretty and the acme of good taste. Eton Style in grey, trimmed with white, Price $4.25 Blouse Style,'in'new* " shade of green, trimmed with white pearl buttons. Price $5. LETHBRIDGE. ALtA.