Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Cash AUGUST CLEARINGS Just now we (iiul n }j;oal many left-overs-otW liiips and brukeii lots aflr^r a bnBy waiinn's trndo. To clenr thcin out quick we wili divide the �poll with our uuatoniera. which oieont almost hulf prio-s rn many seasoiial)lH de|N>iiduble artiolea. OXFORDS AND SLIPPERS Ladies' Oxfouls Jind SlipixTs, ofM lines, but all sizes represented in lot, soiue as high as |2.i"iO elearint� �t imr iMiir.................................... ......................... $1.00 FINE HOSIERY AT A SAVING Ladies' Black Lace Lislu Huse, tine open work fronts, onr regular gootU worth iHc, rednctMl to iMiT |)air.........................................................................35c TOO MANY TAN HOSE Lulies' Tun Lisle Hose, Iho regular 35c goods, for...................................... 25c liuster Brown Belts, all colors, 25c White Embroidered Belts, washing. 20() LINOLEUMS Short Ends, lengths of 2 to 5 yards each, some of the best imtterns, at bargain prices to clear Men* Underwear Baking Powder Finest soft natural wool shirts and drawers. White Star Baking Powder, pure and gives light weight, just the garment for the best results, 12ov:. si-/e.................|5e present s(>a9on, regular $1.25,. tor......$1.00 ; 3 lb. sixe........50c 5 ib size........70c Choiee Creamery Butter and Frcth Eggs in Stock A. Macdonald & Co T. E. Pattcnon purchaneil the On-ek Catholic church in Stafford vilUiRc at auction on Satiirilny Inst. The price |>aiil was $5T5. Miss Oais5- Moffat of c;iunl>iook nr-ilvo-bing to. It is known as a Russell touring car. It iS'30.hurse power and a magnificent nwchiiie. " JUiss McC'alg or the Bell Telephone' company, lethbridge, paid her fir^i visit to Onrdstoh on Monday in company with Mr. Galliford, local manager.-Cardston Star. The booth pWvftega. for the fall j J^'^tW^. .. � . . . Cair have been let a� follows: .�. W. ! ???"M'******** Kean, icg^ream and fruits. F. j Vaj�''''Tiorn, liqnid refreshments. | Church of England ladies, meals. | Mr. and Mrs. A. Southard and \ child, of lytthbridge, Alta., spent Thursday at "lx�cksley," Poneinah Iwach. the guests of Mrs. W. D. Le IJoutillier.- Winnipeg Free Press. The cattle in pound for which Chief Parry sought an owner in last weeks Herald, were discovered as soon as the owners saw the item in the Herald. The Herald is the fjest a�lver -tising medium in the district. Refneuiter that the Western Ware-houce. Sl Transfer Co. fivf .you a.s much ica as you raiuire every day. A consugnment of finest suit cases and vali.ses direct fromi, manufactur- HERE LIES RUSSELL Iron-clad, and copper-bottonietl, over the top witli lead; at least the newspaiMjrs say so. But there's anoth��r SAGE ers in Milwaukee have, just arrived at a. Raston's. Freak New Spicea For Piekling Whole Maee Ground Mace Whole Allspice Ground Allspice. Mixed Spice Curry Powder Blaek. White and Cayenne Popper JOHNSTON'S DRt'G STOKE A LOCAL BUDGET. Watch Kean's Ad. Mrs. .John Slovel has r^'tunicd from Battleford. Mrs. Vi. McAdoo has returned J'rum a visit to Winnipeg. H. Hutchin.son and uit'e were at Winnipeg last week. .\ Masonic Lodge has been organized at Okotoks. Master Bert MclCwen returned from Winnipeg Monday night. Miss lnnni& lUtchie has gone to Seattle to visit relatives. H. II. Foster has Ijcen uppolntoil j>ost master al Seven IVrsons. Mrs. Dave Fraser has returned from a visit to her puronls at Itid.shur.v. Comfortable seats have l>iH?n plac-e. Austin is spending a week's vacation with Rev. .1. W. Hcrliert at Rocky Coulee. Frank Steed, the veil known ca^ -tie rancher from Stirling, was in the city on Monda.v. The .Jobbing Co. ex|>ect their new building to be read.\' for occupancy lieforc October. We arc certainly here to slay. Wiliy? Biisim'SK rushing. H�ndford "The snvi.k' t'lHut won't come cilf." You can gtrl i't oiL Hawlford's. ����0000��0�0��00��M�0�����^0�0�0�0��0�0��0 EUBsEIlA A Memphis man has discovered a new way tb get rid of mosquitoes. He says to rub alum on your fpceai^ hands, .vWben the mosquito takes a bite it puoken its buzaer �;) it can't sting. It aits down in a damp place, tries to dig the pucker loose, it catches its death of cold, and dies of pneumonia. Our Preventative Is VEILING Of which we have a fine assortment il G. H. Bruce Beagle was in from llose If the pa.ssenger traffic on the A. Bultes on Saturday. He reports the R. and I. continues to grow as it crops looking splendid in that dis- has done during the last three mon-trict. Cole Bros, suffered slightlv th-s il. will mean one of two things, from the recent hail storm. cither a daily train or another Senator BeVclicr was in town on coach-the first would be more pre. Monilay. , The Senator is looking j ferable.-Cardston Star, well and stiil hyiior-optimislic for The llenMcy Convpsny Limited are the southern' country-with apologies o|ien to buy .some good clean vlioat to F.dmonton.-Catxiston Star. , suitable for chicken fe� aires away from his picture-framing shack with Base Ball Bats made by the leading houses of this continent. They are all they pretend to be in price and quality-the Ijjits. not elted to abandon his tour to I'he I'eace ISiver district. H. Withers, team ran away on Sunday. Mr. Withers was thrown out hut not seriously hurt. Mrs. Ous Neidig has gone to Maple Cn?ek to join her husband. Sin- will remain there until he returns. Miss .lean McClure. after a |�ro -longed visit in the city, h;is r.-iurntd to her homo in Hamilton, 1>M. Chas. White of Stafford, had his ' wrist broken on Friflay last. His rig overturned and ho fell heavily- on his wrist. The Magr.ath Pioneer, gives currency to the report that the Eastern Towoships Bank will open a branch at Magrath. Mrs. Andrew Neidig and children, of Fort Steele, B.C., are visiting at .inirn Neidigs. Mr. Xeidig will come dovn later. . The ofTicers of the Inilepentlent l)dd-fellows were installed last Friday evening by Wm. (Cousins, D.D.CS.M., of Medicine Hat. Malcolm Voimg has as his gue�ls at present, his mother and .^isler from Toronto. They are returning from Vhe Pacific Const, Rev. Mr. Munroe, who h.as l>oen supplying at Claresholm. arrived at Taber this week to take charge of the Presbyterian Church there. The marriage took place in Barrie, Out., yesterda,v of �'eo.' R. Tinning, manager of the I'nion Bank, Macleod to Miss Caroline Oeorgina CampIeM, of Barrie. Farmers attention. For sale cheap. ThriH! steel tanks, just the thing for a water barrel. Capacity from 1.5 to 20 barrels. Apply at the Leth -bridge Brewery. Vou can get the ficst .and most re-lia'l>lo harness at Hoitier and Hutchinson's. Lpholstering of furniture done in the most up to date and satisfactory manner. In court matters Mr. W. C. Ives was well in the foreground. Always glad to see tou William-politically, Icgall.v, socially or any other W4iy. -Cardston Star. K. .r. Hill has returned from a business trip to Winnipeg.' His customers will reap the l>cnefit, as he purchased some of the latest things in dry goods for his store. Miss Etta Henderson of I^ihbridge arrived in the city, today, and fot-the next month will Im* the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crandell in Calgary and Banff.- Saturday's Calgary Herald. .). Oeo. Harper of the Pembroke Conservatory of Music has decided to locate here, lie will likely assiune the leadership of the City band. Mr. Ilarpei' is a comf�>tent musical dir ector. Mr. Trotter, an .American,, who sowed five hundred acres, of fall wheat last year near t^algary reports one of the finest crops he ever sb^v. Ho says All>erta is good en ough for him. The building permits issued in .Tuly wore as follows: Wm. Oliver, brick block �8.p00; a. Olander. frame dwelling, $800; .1. A. Virtue, brick dwelling $1,000; S. Crest, frame dwelling, $3,000. acting as manager here during Mr. Nourse's absence. C. V. T. Beecher, manager of the Hudson's Bay Co., Mrs. Beecher and their daughter Georgie are leaving for the east to spend six weeks holidays. They vill visit in Torontoan.l Montreal.-Macleod Gazette. E'. Ileathcotc, Inspector of m'ncs pointed out to the Herald th.s week that Lctlibrldge Is the centre of the coal mining district of Alberta. This district extends from Medicine Hat to Coleman and the Inspector is stationed in this cit.v. .John Tait, well known here, has been appointed superintendent of C. P. R. telegraphs, central division, with headKiuartcrsat Winnii>cg. S. Bennett is one of the men of whom Lethbridge has cause to l>e proud, a | light to his fellows iu every sense of the word. That he will make a good ! clerk is not a question for contro - j versy but a statement of fact. - i Cardston Star. | Mr. Oeo. narrower, of the Nortii- j West Jobbing and Caminission Co., I s|>ent Thursday in town. Mr. Har- : rower is u member of the Canadi.in ! Alpine Club and has just returned from canvp at Summit Lake and ' Yoho Valley in the Rockies and lie informs as that it is his intention to try to climb Chief Mountain in the : course of a couple of weeks.- Pinc.n- n departmental business. Mr. Simmons is enthusiastic over the crop pros -peels in the south country. He says side of that same ridge and that ridge lies between Spring Coulee and Magrath, but he could aint-iag. Phoae. 7Ct. I', Dames, secretary of the Board thev never looko.i better, and this of Trade, has received the following; vear will be a lon.r.l breaker,- I'ri- .letter from W. Whyte. 2nd \ ice-l resi ^ dav's Edmonton llnlletin. dent of the C.P.R. "As you can ap- , , , , i i.reciate this is a big problem in There was only one lawyer left ..i | ^nd it will take some ay and thai ! J ,^ ,^,jy ,hat the ditVer - ^ Lethbridge on Monda counts for the ihreatening thunder ^ ' ^,., ,",*tw.^n a combined high storm which ,.�sso,l hy^ .\11 of Leth- , bridge legal iights .aU " ! railway purposes only. How-ion of Mr. .Tones and Mr. Conyl ear.- i ^ ^^^^ ^ , Ajj,.,.,, 2 speciois No. 1-480 acre irrigated farm, (> miles from town, 1 mile from school house. This farm is admirably sitiiatetl i;lose to market and clos*^ to school. The land is easily irrigateil and well supplied with latterals, fenced and sub. fenced, a good reservoir holding water the year round, 200 acres iimler crop. 25 acres in bay. first-class house, bams and outbuildings. The improvements and machinery are vahied at $?,200. which will be inchided in the sale at $26 per acre. The yield of wheat less year-was 45 bushels to the acre. This is a bargain and will double in valno'in-ajhort time. If you wish to buy. buy quick. No. 2.-A fine Boanling House, location on Ford street, 2 blocks west of iiost office, the best location in Lethbridge. Price $20(10. Jl. m. mcQiieen (f Co the latter being in Winnipeg, were in I Cardston.-Cardston St.ar. Mrs. A. R. Annat of Orange, X. J., is visiting hei l.ioth- i ,,,,vw.,- en their new Chinook tUub to ladle., j the SVest he . i School at Calgary. Before coming to j ^ I In Stock stall of the Peterboro of thei Collegiate for the first time, and there music and si>eecbli.\ ing in a pleasant i Institute, informal fashion. Hut it was hard Macleod Advance:-That the Moiin-| not to think we were in Winnipeg, " , police force is. sadly in need of Geo. Hoiik tvas on the war-|>ath on recruits is shown by' the fact that Saturday and Sunday. He put on the force in places, notably at I*'tfi the paint and feathers and visited i bridge, is lieing kept on duty night! and I and day. That this force is efficient' and should be more fully apprcciat- ANOTHER CAR OF: FRESH GROCERIES I While In ihe tile Piegan and Blood reserves siiccccde MnekoAoektet' Fruit Syrape. Lemon SquMb mi' I RMpberry Vinegar. Cbinete Preserved Ginger, ^ei^ I >nut Butter. Cocoa Nibe. Ckrittie Brown CP Ce.*a Biteuitt. Tuekett'e Club Spceinl Cignr neighborhood, ami in compan.v Mr. Hunter visited the South For!; j A. J. McliPan Is away for a w.e and Mr. Mowat's ranch. He w.is charmed with the a|)pearance of the country and the crop prospects if this district.-Pincher Creek ICcho. The young son of Fritz Sick lia.l a^ narrow escape from Iteing severi>ly injured while playing about the ele vator at the Brewery on Tu(sd:iy T. G. .lamieson, Supt. of (he Al berta Pacific Elevator Co. spent a foVv da.vs in town this week. He reports the cro|t prospects as ever.vwhere. His compan,v is in the countrj north of Maple Crre Katherine Hughes in the coursi- of an article in the Ottawa (itizeii says: "One smiles in renuiralions nnd l/>thbridge of sunny days nnd peo-; pk>-these arc but the newest oiit-j posts of empire in this country of the twentieth century. \Vt ilid not someone say in blissful ignorance good j that this whole Canada was a small build-* thing to lo,nts The Bcntlcy CoVJ LinatMi : Wholesale and Detail Lethbridge, Alta. ing a niimlier of elevators this .year, of snow?" T. W. HnnrahanWho,purchased the cigar business of W.|I>. Froy, is moot ing with much ,en<;odr(igomont. He is making exceptionally good ; cigars and I/�thbrldge Belle antl Havana Smoker, never smoked hctif.r than .they do now. rroqiient'coifivment to that effect is heard .by snwlcers. Mr. Hanrahan. as soon as trade waiv. rants it, intends to enlarge his cigar, factory and employ more hands. If Lethbridge supports homo industry as it should the factory will flourish,: and lie of considerable value to the. city. Mr. Hanrahan is a hustler apil; his trade is rapidly expanding.