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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ���������........I.................I.........I...................t The Cash Store AUGUST CLEARINGS Just now we lied ii good many loft-overs- odd lines and broken IoIb ufter a busy Benson's trade. To clour them out quick we wilt divide the spoil with our customers, which mount almost hulf prii'-s ( ii ninny st'asoiinhl�nni(l dt'|M!iHli�blc iirticli'�. OXFORDS AND SLIPPERS Lntlics' Oxfords and SliptM-rs, odd lines, but nil sizes represented in lot, some ns high its $2.*i0 clearing at \wr pair.......................................................'....... $1.00 FINE HOSIERY AT A SAVING Ladies' ttlnck Lace l.isln Hose, line open work fronts, our regular goods worlli 4'ic. reduced to per pair.........................................................................35c TOO MANY TAN HOSE Ladies' Tan Lisle Hose, the re.gnliir Sine goods, for...................................... 25c Muster llrown Holts, all colors, 20c White Embroidered Belts, washing. 20e LINOLEUMS Short finds, lengths of 2 to a yurds each, some of the best patterns, at bargain prices to clear Men's Underwear Baking Powder Finest soft natural wool shirts and drawers. White Star linking Powder, pure and gives light weight, just the garment for the -- ......� ...........i- �t os f^i. m best results, 12 o/.. size. present season, regular $1.25, for. .$1.00 3 lb. size.. .50c 5 lb size. . . I5c 70c Choice Creamery Butter and Fresh Egg* in Stoek A. Macdonald & Co The booth |>r1vllegai for the fall . fair have been let us follows: W. \ Kenn, icecream ofut frtifts. ('. I1'. i Van to buy some good clean elicnt to Kdmonton.-Cardston Slur. suitable for chicken feed. C. (1. K. Nourso expects to leave v v iiennett, the coming clerk tonight for Medicine Hat. ThosAii|0f ,,, Collrl for the ,,.w j,lt|iej,| drews, accountant of the Macleod district with headquarters at l-eth-hranch of the Hank of Commerce is;brit,Ke WM(j in ,own on monm,v, m,.. (acting ns manager here during Mr. ! ncnnctt js ,,le of lho lwn o( w|u)m | Nntirse's absence. : i^thbrldge has cuuso to )>e proud, a j C. D. T. Ileecher, manuHer of Uie | light to his fellows in everj- sense of ; Hudson's Uuy Co., Mrs. Ileecher nnd ; the word. That he will make a good j their daughter Ocorgle are iea\ lug ( clerk is not a question tor conlro  j for the east to spend six weeks holi- ' versy but u statement of fact. - days. They vill visit in Tor.,ntonn.l1 Curdston Star. Montreal.-Macleod Ca/ette. 10! Hcnthcotc, Inspector of nines Left, nnd every time he |mys for this advertising space, he thinks he is left, rends the uir "accordion" and runs tick for one month more, hoping for ..beljcr times. At simre times, he drives million-aires away from his picture-framing shack with Mase Ball tints made by tho leading houses of this continent. They are all they pretend to be in price and quality the bats, not the millionaires. ROBERT SAGE T11K PICTURE F.RAMK11 Freah New Spice* For Fielding Whole Mace H round Mace Whole Allspice (J round Allspice Mixed Spice Cnrry I'owder Mlnck. White nnd Cayenne Popper JOHNSTON'S Dttl'U STOU1-: A LOCAL BUDGET. Notice to Contractors | Sealed Tenders will be received by the undersigned until noon, Tuesday, August 7tb, (or all works except hot water heating and plumbing, in connection with the erection and completion of r vhree storey brick btiihling and certain additions to the present building of Mr. J, D. Higiiilmtlmm, according to plans and specifications prepared by James A. Macnonald, Architect. Plans and specifications may be obtained at the architect's olliees, Rooms 22 uud 2;t, Southunl Building. The lowest or any tender not necessarily ftoeepte*!. JAMLK A. M.u'ikj>ALI) To rent.-A furnished cottage on Cralfb Str�s>t. Apply A. M. McQueen * Co. Mux Donalilson has purchused house and lot near Westminster road from .1. W. McNicoll. Out., visited his sister, Mrs. W. Hamilton, last week. Kitten laml seekers from lown uud Mr. (!eo. Harrower, of the Nortii-SVest Jobbing and Commission Co. pointed out to the Herald th.s week , s|,l>nl Thurfldtty ln town ,r ,ul.. Watch Kean'a Ad. Mrs. .lohn St.i\�l iius iclnruiil from lialtteford. Mrs. W. Mc\rl .Milliven r.luimil from Winnipeg Monday night. I Miss Jennie Hitclue has gone ;�) I Seattle to visit relatives. j II. II. Coster litis lieen it|>|�nve Kraser has returned fru.u a visit to her parents ut |iiurv Comfortable seals have U-eii |>luc-etl in the park by the City Cuuiieil. W. Hussell, Talier, uas in the | City last week en route to fulgurv  | .1. A. Silver experts to loinunnie harvesting his wheat in a feu (lays. Miss Jlurnett has resigned her position us organist of Knox church. The I^tthhridgo and Knymond bands will furnish music for til fair. Mrs. It. \minions und tlaughte,*s are on a visil to r  row evening. Miss Constance Hoolcy is In Calgary on a visit. Miss Mary Kin-hie of Maple Cre-k, is visiting in the city. On July 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Pom-aid Van Horn, a son. .las. Ashrroft's teams commenced fording the river this week. II. A. Suggitt. of Couldale. returned from a trip to North Dakota. Mrs. .1. II. Cuvunuh of l'eterboro, is the guesi of Mrs. C. II. Johnston. Mrs. J. J. Johnston is on u visit lo the Moffatt ranch, near Cardston. Aid. MeClure is away on a month's trip to his old home in llrumpnin lint. The lit lings for the new llank oi Montreal are being placed in posit -Ion. Ka.vmond sugar at the Kent ley Co Limited. Hon. J. A. Longhead of Calgary was in the city on private business last week. O. II. Austin is spending a weeU's vacation with Itei. J. W. Herbert at KiH'ky Coulee. Crunk Steed, the well known cu*.  lie rancher from Stirling, was in ilnttllnl Mll|l. T. J. Metherul of Colllngvvood, nrinu,mtcnt of tclogra|),1N> wes,ern division, with offices ut Calgary. II. II. White and C. A. (Srusswick ,,.sid,,tl,v ,r |)llm.,,n Sn�t�i, lhmfett v. , , i e. ,,,., ^ ^ ^ ft las Ins, sntnrda.v. | |oft ,.|BehwP Creek In the morning ,n,v , fcW dmy% Hon. W. II. dishing bus Uvn com- ! n|Mj ,vni.hed here shorl'y after no�n. polled to abandon his tour to ''he't)n Tu,.sdny they went to Medicine Peace Kiver district. | lint. II. Withers team run uviuy on 41 ,1. white, has donale�thbridge on Monday anil thai ac- counts for the ihre.iteuing thunder storm which passed by All of l-cth 'they never looked lietter. anil year will U> a ie, ,,rd brr duy's I'Minnnloii Pullet in. There was 011I1 one lawyer left The marriage took place in llurrie I Out., yesterday of t.eo. It. Tinning. manager of the t nion Hank. Macleod > ,,ri�,K'* ''-gal lights �,th the except to Miss Curoline fieorginu Camp! ft ion of Mr EURERA A Memphis mnn has discovered u new way to get rid of mosquitoes. Ho says to rub ultun on your fi�ce and hands, .-When the mosquito takes a bite it puckers its buzvier si it can't sting. It sits 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 G. H. Johnston of llurrie. Farmers attention. For sale cheap. Three steel tanks, just the thing for a water barrel. Capacity from Ift to !i0 barrels. Apply at the Ij-Hi -bridge llrewery. You can get the ties! and most reliable harness at llonn-r und Hutchinson's. I'pholsterlnK of furulturo done In the most up 10 date and satisfactory manner. In court matters Mr. W. C. Ives wus well In the foreground. Always glad to see tou William- polit ically. legally, socially or any other vwiy. -Cardston Slur. K J. Hill has returned from a business trip to Winning.- His customers will reap the ImuicIU, us he purchased some of the latest things in dry goods for his store. Miss I'Mtn lleiidci-soti of 1.0! hbridgc urrlvod in the city today, nnd fort he next month will be the guest of Mr. niul Mrs. K. Ii. Crandell in Culgury und Ikinff.- Saturday's Culgury Herald. J. fieo. Harper of the Pembroke Conservatory of Music has decided to locate here. He will likely assume the leadership of tho Cil.v bund. Mr. Harper is a romtietcnt musical dir ector. who . is visiting her i.i.uner .ionn jicii ----"', " . , tMn ,.,. Z �a . fjaxf) � ,vely. It is , I,-, into eras on they, bridge Public School  llie^ DlA/^AM years. Mr,, pointed supenntend-n. of tie *  JllSiJ I^lClCCQ _ ________' ...k.�.u nf Kitinontou. He has i**" >n ,  U m ^w^ww Jones and Mr. latter being in Winnipeg, were ;n Cardston.-Curdsion Star. Mrs. A. K. Annul of Orange. N. J., is visiting her i.iother John Mcll Shiv liav Annul. was a member of a party touring the Western States 11 mi Can uda nnd will remain with her broth er here for a couple of months. Kilmenny (ilotie says: "i^-thi,ridge gave us u reception thai evening, throwing open their new Chinook Club to ladies for the first lime, and there was music and NjMvrhiiv ing in a pleasant informal fashion Hut it was hard not lo think �,- uere in Winnipeg " j (,'eo. Ilouk was on tho wur-path on 1 Sat 111 da 1 ami Sunday. He put on ; the paint and feathers and listed Jos. Onorii, the Milk Kiver tmeep i rancher, had a record wool clip this j season. He got 21.7SH pounds of wool off 8,180 sheep. This welghi j was only 42 lbs. short of going ten j pounds of wool to the head. The I wool buyer gave 17.3.1 pef pound for :this wool which is the highest price ' ever paid in the province of Alberta ! Mr. Ohoru has a fine tot of weth  erv. which will dress 100 pounds. Mr. L. M. Johnstuune of Lib -delighted bridge paid his first visit to Card sion last Monday, lie did nut like to udinit that the country this side ol the ridge was just a little better than i lie oilier side of that same ridge and that ridge lies between Spring Coulee und Mugrath. but he could not shut his eyes to the fact and secretly had to confess that there was a difference.-Cardston Star. W. M. Ilsrber fia* removed his paint shop from the building adjoining the town buildings to the rear of A for ! Southard s store, where he will do all kinds of currlagv painting, aud will accept orders for house palut-ing. Phone. 75. F Humes, secretary of the Hoard of Trade, has received the following letiei from W Whyte, 2nd Vire-Presi dent of the CPU "As you ran appreciate this |n a big problem in 1,ridge building und it will take some lime to study out what the diller -ence Mill be t*tweeu a combined high way ami railwuy bridge uud a mrue-lure lor railway purposes only. How ever, as soon �-s I run sui|iiiii figures to your Hoard I will In- pleased 10 do so." lu-s. McCaig. forim-rly oi the lI)(iXt^ 2 Specials No. 1 4H0 acre irrigated farm. 15 miles from town, \ mile from school house. This farm is admirably situated close to market and close to school. The html is easily irrigated and well supplied with latterals. fenced and sub-fenced, 11 good reservoir holding water the. year round. 200 acres under crop. 25 acres in hay. first-class house, barns and outbuildings. The improvements and machinery are valued at $o'J00. which will be included in the sale at *2�> per acre. The yield of wheat less year was 45 bushels to the uere. This is a bargain and will double iu vuluo-ffwt.short time. If you wish to buy. buy quick. Xo. 2. - A tine Hoarding House, location on Ford street. 2 blocks west of iiost office, the liest location in Leth-bridge. Price $20tKI. �. m. irttQKtn * & � 1 hTi"'o!nonnn^^oTOTn'OXDAao A  # writing In .he Toronto [ .war ago ^ ^ rrov,nci(i, Norroal ...hook of y-'dinontou. He has betm in the west eight years and niter leaving this city wus inspector of schools iu Northern Alberta. Ij-rk than a he wun appointed asmstun1 principal School ut Calgary. Before coming to the IVe*t he was a member of I he slulY of the Peterboro Collegiate Institute .Mucleod Advance:-That i be Mounted Police force is sadly in need of recruitm Is shown by'' the fact ihut tlm force iu places, notably at I**th bridge, is being Kept on duty night That thin force is efficient lift Stock ANOTHER CAR. OF: FRJLSH GROCERIES 1 Mr. Trotter, uu American, sowed Ave hundred of fall 1 wheat lust year near Calgary reports one of the finest crops he ever saw. lie says Alberta is good en ough for him. 'I'he building permits issued in .filly j the Pieguu and lllood reserves nnd and day I succeeded in arranging for four bun and should tie more fully appreciat-I dred Indians lo visit here during the cd, is patent lo all j fair, tleorge su.vs 1 his city will see States when u strike is in progress the greatest parade of Indians -ever'HU armed luob of PinUertons I seen in Alberta. I Mr. K. I'. It.i lands manager oi the j l^thbridge brunch of the Hudson's llay stores, spent Sunday in this , wuys neighborhood, ami iu company witii Mr. Hunter visited the South Foil; a j. McLean is away for 11 w el und Mr. Movul's ranch. He was in tj,e country north of Maple Cne\ channed with the appearance of the j Katherine Hughes in the cur - While in the ress and ihugs are maintained at the expense of the state, in this country a dozen of these Mounted Police have ul  been found sufficient to keep law and order.  MftckoAoekiet' Fruit Syrups, Lemon Squash mm!  X Raspberry Vinegar. Chinese Preserved Ginger, Pen- I nut Butter, Cocoa Nibs, Christie Brown 6* Co.'s  Biscuits, Tuckett's Club Special Cigar  country nnd the crop prospects cfjnn article Ottawa Citizen in remembering ; i hat i in the this district.-Plneher Creek Kcho. Isays: "due smiles The young son of fritz Sick ha.I; that this marvelous Cdiiionton a narrow escape from being sever-ty Calgary of gigantic aspirations nnd injured while playing about the ele |s>thbridge of sunny days anil vntor at the llrewery on Tuesd.y pie- these are bill the newest T. <1. .lamieson. Supt. of the Al posts of empire in this country The Bentley Co'yl Limited  ; Wholesale nnd Retail iMhliridge, Alt*.  peo | x. W. Ilanrahan who purchased the I Hanrulmii. as soon as trade war-out- cigar business of \Y. j). prey, is meet j rants it, intends to enlarge his cigar of ! ing with much encouragement. He is {factory ami employ moro hands. If were as follows: Win. Oliver, brick jberta Pacific rievmor Co. spent a lho twentieth century. Wt did nol j making exceptionally good cigars block SS.nnO; a. oiander. frame ; fov'v days in town this week. He re- i someone say in blissful ignorance j and lethbrldge Ile-lle and Havana dwelling, $800; .1. A. Virtue, brick j ports the crop prospects as good ' that this whole Canada was a small j Smoker, never smoked belter than dwelling SI.000; S. Crest, frame everywhere. His company is build-' thing to lose-merely "a few arpents '.they do now. Frequent comment to dwelling, $2,000. ; ing n number of elevators this year, of snow?" [that olJoct is hoard by smokers. Mr. lA'thbridge supports home industry as ii should tho factory will flourish and lie of considerable value to lho city. Mr. Hanrahnn is a hustler and his trade is rapidly expanding. ;