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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta The Cash Store 3 - Decided Bargains - 3 FOR CASH BUYERS NO. I-Ladies' Black Sateen Skirts Ladies' Black Sateen Skirts, Heavy bri|;h( quality, tvili Sateen, 10 inch flounce pleattw] in tgronps, under dust frill, full sweep, and io all ieiipftbs..................................SI .00 NO. 2-Black Sateen Skirts Blai-k Sateen Skirta,.splendid vuality, twill Sateen, 12 inch flciinte with four kwb douLle titch atrapping and 0 rows tnckinK, also 1 row fagot atitching on koitcni tlonnce all sixea. $1.50 NO. 3-Black Sateen Skirt Black Sateen Skirt, finest qnality bright finish Twill Sateen, 15 inch flounce finished with four small frills, strappings and fagot stitching. This is a very desirable garment, as it has the proper width and spring........................................................ $2.C0 A. Macdonald & Co Don't Forget To treat your seed wheat with Formalin A large, fresh supply of th� full strength article just received. JOHNSTON'S DieUG STORE A LOCAL BUDGET. W*tcli Kean's Ad. .1. O'Leary vas in Tabor .vestor -day. Fred Do�iipr was up from Mupl.i Orcek this week. Thos. Underwood of Calgary was in tl�e city Tuesday. Fred Hick went east on Saluidiiv on a v.-oek's trip to Winnipc;;, C. O. K. Nourse was up from Medicine Hat over Sunday. The postponed OolC Club tea v.iM �� held on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Oeorge Squirrel, with her sis-i.- tor, left for Toronto Monday night. Constable Itench has secured his discharge from the K. N. W. M. P. X. T. 3laeieod an*! wife spent a portion of last week at Nelson, B.C. Hugh McKay an old time A.R. & I. employee is visiting his people here. .1. A. Silver has twelve hinders at work on his big farm south east of the city. Geo. Houk hns disposed of his Smith St. property to outside capitalists. Spence McOaig is at Coiltts at present but will be hero next week for the fair. W, C. Liphardt has a very eJahor-ato plate glass gold leaf sign io his show window. M. Harford has purchased a building site on Burdett St. through the C It. Bowman Agency. Mrs. Wm. Barber and children of Calgary, are visiting A. K. Dupont. of the Barnes mine. Notice to Contractors Sealed Tenders will be received by the undersigned until uoou, Tuesday, August 7th, for all works except hot water heating and plumbing, in connection with the (erection and completion of a three storey brick building and certain additions to the present building of Mr. J, D. Higinbotham, according to plans and specificatious prepared by James A. Macitonuld, Architect. Plans and specificationa may be obtained at the architect's ofBces. Rooms 22 and 23, Southard Building. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. James A. Maodokald Qus Neidig has returned from Maple Creek. Mrs. Oeo. Rogers %vill not roc?ivo again until October. L. Ironsides is looking up the sheep question here this week. Louis Pabst is away on a trip to Nelson, B.C., and other points. H. .1. Matheson of the Blairm>>ro Times was in the city on business o\t Monday. .Jas. McCaig was in the city ''of a few days Last week. He also vis.t ed Ka.vmond. J. U. Mantle has disposed of throe lots on Westminster through the V. B. Bowman Agency. Mrs. Bell leaves todaj' to spend a week at t�thbridgc and other points south.-Red Deer Xews. The C. B. Bowman agency has sold two lots adjoining Mr. Harrison's residence on Coutts St. Duck shooting commonces on ih'> sard and sportsmen seem, to be sat- isfle�l there will be lots of ducks. * A. H. Graves has disposed of hi" house and three lots on Smith St. through the C. B. Bowman Agency. .1. A'oodman, ot Winnipeg, ^viis in the city Tuesday. Ho is tli! acli -itect for the Hudson Bay building. Clarence Louther has sold his property on Baroness Road and Ford St. thro\igh the C. B. Bowman Agency. The police is on the lookout for the miscreants who removed three or four flags from the golf club grounds. Mrs. J. ,1. .lohnston returned on Wedne.sda,v from her visit at Cai'ds -ton. John Cowdry and G. H. Munnseil, of Maclcod, were in the city this week. C. R. Daniel will commeSvie cutting spring wheat oiThis big irrigation farm this week. r. H. Jory, manager of the Bank of Conunen.e, High Ur%-er the saniu even -ing. A. ,11. Hef>pler and Wm. J'uri.s 01 Raymond, were'iu tlie cily Tuesilay. Mr. Heppler went to Ureal (''ails this morning to lueei the big (larty 01 (jtah excursionist's who arc duo ui liayniond on Sunday. Bishop Van Orman aiul S. .1. Lay-ton of Taber, were in the city .m: week und interviewed the Irriguii^-i CuuM>any. with the object in vjjw >) having an irrigation system ciu, lishud in that town. .fohn F. Stewart, formerly president of the .Jas. Stewart Co. Hamilton, was in the city on Sunday on his way to Calgary, where he will rcpreitent the Quolph Founilry and Stove Co. in Alberta. The officials in connection with ne.xt week's sports are: Time-keepers, T. D. Kevin, W. -f. Armstrong, F. Rooney. Judges; G. M. Jlaich, J. H. Fleetwood, A. R. MtGuir..-. Sports manager, \. K. Humphrios. There seems to be a real ..vjuiie boom on in Medicine Hat. Tho Herald learned this week of two !oi; in a part of that city, .some dis -tancc from the main business street but near the new postofllci.' .scUiii.} for flo.OOO. C. V. Bennett, clerk of the .-ourt, went east Swnday night, ilo "vas married at Lumsden, Sask., vcstir day to Miss'Church, foruierlv of St. Thomas, Ont. They will .spend itvo'r honeymoon at Banff ond oihf>r Uocky mountain resorts. i .1. Geo. Harper, director of the i Pembroke Conservatory of Music has C. W. tlii.v^'ke and wife 0/ BanfY> arc staying at the Winrlsor. l/�thl)ridge will hftv�. some RHod baseball matches next we,�k. Miss Kramncr of Reglna, was ttii guest of Mrs. F. Rooney a of>iipl, the well known Nelson, B, C. hotclman was drowned. 'J'>he Bontlfi.y Company Litiii-lod are open to buy some good clean wheat suitable for ohicken fivtl. W. Da.vkin and A. K. Benningfleld, of Black Spring Itidge. ore in the cit.v for a couple of da.vs. Jos. was arraigned before the Magistrate on Tuesday, and fined $5 ami costs for being drunk. Hon. Dr. DeVeber will go east to New Brunswick in September and remain there until Parliament nteets m Xovember. The R.N.W.M.P. gathered in sx drunks from No. 3 last night. 1'iwy are receiving their hearing at he iKirracks today. 1'he cartage romf>�nies 4i�ve all amatgamatad but John Brodia is still at 4iusi!ness in the old stand. Carting of all l^inds. Ice business as usual. Mr. .fohn Uoodmvn,' civil engimvr and architect for the Hudson's ft:iy. Co.'s new block here, was in rre city on Tuesdiiy, The structural steel for the first and second floors of the new Hud - j sons Bay Co.'s store have been piac- i ed in position and brickla.ving hus j beed resumed. I Vou can gt t'he l�e.xi)ros8 charges from Eaton's, Other school goods proportionately reduced. This sale is for FOUR WEEKS ONLK^I ROBERT SAGE, THE PICTTKE FRAMER . .,..A.�..-..'.^,t.^..j..:..:..:..:.,j..:.,>.:..:..:,.x.�;,.;�x���>�8"��flH���������� �����arrel. Capacity from 15 ttliy? Bu�ine.s.s ru.sblng. Handfo_t�d to 20 barrels. Apply at the Ij?th -The smWe that won't come olV."! bridge Brewery.- bridge, reached 1,7.5.'). The golf club has el. cled Mrs. noUl captain (or the ladies and Mr. ' Wood for the gentlemen. Large shipments of cattle are be -ing made this week by Roy Knight, Mclntyre and Etdriilge Bros. Mr. Barlter who has the contract for painting the station at Coutts left Tuesda.>r to commence work. ! On Tuesday the Knight Sugar s;^nt 21 cars of cattle and two i Vou can g�t H at Handford's. A big shipment o( cattle was Jiuid. here on Monday. Mclntyre Bros shipped 21 cars and Eldridge Bros Henry Hicks, J. Wallace and Jas. Eliott of Milk River, who Vfent north a couple of weeks ago to recover a numljcr 0/ stolen horses, passid Double Cylinder Double Aeting Hand Forec FtoAp Its Speeial Features Ar�: Tht' only piiinp niniiiifactureil that has no ' Icatlttr tiiickcrs and ivquin�s nbl picking ot pack^'d joiiit.-^ of any kind. Always primed, for I sliiillow nrili'i'l) wi'lls. maple handles, adjustable , rotla. fiisy wdrkin!^. nt-wr fref/es. fheite pumps I are the itinst satisladory pnnipsinnde, throwing doublf Utf auioniil of water with the same; ease as any of ilie tio-caljrx] double-acting force pumps. By plac^iiig Ihi^cylii^dor and rods on I opix>3ito aides of the pijio, they af*^? perfectly I bftlaiK'etl. llifTfliy Raving half c�{ thfe power' at t.h�> wi'it^hi of lilt' rmis near y ei^uals the weiglit of the watfr. With oiic of th' i'ai) be made ready in one minute by a simple attachmtMil for coiiuec-tint; a hose, to throw a continuous stream of water. I have also slorrk pumps that will throw % gallons of water n minute. These pumps to l>e usetl in wt^lls not exceeding 20 feet iu depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carriei^^l in stock. iBy giving me the depth of your wells I will fit up anyf of the abt^-e pimipa. complete with i>ipt', rods, etc., so that any Krson can install them. T will pc)sitively place my guaranlM ck of all pumps sent out. Siiecia I prices to couiitry merchants. C. W. GREY THE HARDWARE MERCHANT �TELEPHONE 66 21 cars for H. A. MuUins. Winnipeg, 'through the city this week on their Co. ! home. They located the stolen s EUREnA A Memphis man has discovered anew way to get rid of mosquitoes. He says to rub alum on your face and hands, When the mosquito takea.a bite it puckers its buzzer sn 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 .V couple of foreigners amu.sed the children of our city with two p�.r -forming hears yesterday morning. Mr. Pace of the Central Canaeen visiting there (or some weeks. Ra>mond s\>giar at the lfc?ntley Co. Limited. There was no meeting of tho Cit.\ Council on Monday night as only .\ld. Robinson anil Harding were in the city. R. A. Wright and briile arrived in the city Sunday night and arc �c cupying their fine new rpsidemo on DulTerin St. D. M. Young, formerly o( the Iron Works, was in the city last week on his way from Frank to Great Falls. Montana. Mrs. p. C. PutnuiR, of Great Pulls is here attending the funeral of Mr. Yost, who was killed at Magrath by a steam shovel. 01 Imrses. Next week Eldridge Bros. ;ind C. McCarty will ship two trains. . R. A. Wright, jewel.'r, Ijcth)>ri.|ge and bride, are in town, the guests of Mrs. A. M. Wright. They have just returned from an e.vtendid trip to New York, Boston, Old Orchard Beach, Montreal, Thousand Islands. Toronto, anil will settle in th'ir new home in I^Mhhridgo.- Medicine W. H. Fairfiolfl returned from Indian Head on Tuo.sday morning on his way up he judged the fields of stamling grain, ciUeied in tho com animals near Gliechen. The following is the score (or ibe standing fields o( sL>cd grain, judged by Thos. H. Woolford of the I)epa.-t-ment of Agriculture, the possible score being 100:-W. H. Pawson, Kft; Simon Yeamwtead, 8�; A. E. Keffer, �.->: v.. Burnett, 81; W. H. Pawson, 78; It. McClure. 72. Heinem'lwr that the Western Warehouse & Transfer Co. give you its muoh ice asyou require every day. A consiignment of finest suit c�ses ami valises direct from manufactur-' ers in Milwaukee have just arrived at A. Easton's. The Canadian Pacific Railway an- petition, at Medicim- Hat. He iudg- nounce an excursion rate of single cd at Maclcod yesterday. Mr. F.iir- tj, Vancouver and Victoria on sale fiehl reports that the crops here are | Y,g,st 15 to 18 inclusive. Tickets lieing harvested considerably ahi-md j ^.ju ),ive a. going transit limit of of tho.sp ill Indian Head. 1 twenty days, final limit sixty days, i stopovers to be allowed within go- T. H. Woolford of Cardston, is in i ing and returning limits. specting the fields of standing grain | in the I^thl.ridge di.strict. They aiv j The following land seekers from eight entries. In the Magrath dls-; Grenvlife, N.U., are registered at trict there are thirteen entries. Reduccr his work hero. j tho Windsor. .John Tate, Oscar I Dimely, John O'Reilly and Jefferson iWhittaker. The party took a drive. arranged for visitors to -^i^^^ ^, s;,,.^^., y..^ The return fare will be fare No. 1--48() acre irrigated farm. 6 miles from -town, \ mile from school house. This farm is admirably situated clus^ to market atnl closf to school. The land is easily irrigate*! and well supplied with, latterala,, fenced and sno;. fenced,^a good reservoir hoWing water tlie year round, 20i) .teres under crop. 2ri acres in bay, lirstcla^s house, barnii and outbuildings. The improvemeufs anil machinery are Valued at $a200, which will be iiuludeti in the sale at $2t> per acre. The yieltl of wheat Ifsa .war was 1.5 bushels to the acre. This iii a bargain aitd will doiiblit in value in a short time. 'If you wish to buy, buy quick. No. 2,~A tine Boarditig House, location on Ford street, 2 bloi^s wt;st of i^jst oHife, the Im'sI location in Letb-bridge, Piice $20(X), ji. m. mcQiKcn $ e� p. N. Skouson, who is farming a-longside the Silv.i farm was in llu-city this week. lb> is cutting his wheat and sax- it will average a-C. F. P. Conybeare, K. C, will ' bout 30 l.u.shols to the acre, attend the nweting of the Supremo ! Lodge o( the Knights of Pythias at New Orleans in October. M. Freeman has purchased the two {lots between tho new .lobbing Qa. I building and A. Macdonald & Co.'s on Redpath St. (rom C. W. Grey. W. Rickcrdike, who has been in the A. It. te i. office for some niAnihs leaves on tho 15th to accept a [>.)-sition with the T.P.R. in Vancouver. Ilowells and l^yon of Strathcomi, will have seven .horses at the fair and declared it to siirpas.'i anything in Dakota. Household etTects for aale, inrbui-iitg one small cook stove,' lieoiter, lx�drooni suite, two good� j ami two set of springs. Call at the | res'idenoe of I�iinca4i .Smlit'h, liur^lett | street, if you want some nvi'lly good;  ^ art'icle.s at a Ivargvain. t^pportunity '  j onl.v la.sis a few dajs. I At the iiieoling of the Hoard of Tnnl.' lirsl. week a resolution �vaH '(las.Sfd Io the elTcct that the Ciiy Council l>c .strongly urged to adopt XSXDrrrrrrrrrrr iJust Placed [In Stock The Herald corespondent at !""'��'^, ,,(.,. ,1 policy of permonftnt roid has boen complaining about the 'i'� ,mking as it would be in tho com-bundance of do^s running the streiUs interests of the city and lis- of that villug.'. Overseer Prol.ert,. Another resolution read: Cun- G. H. Johnston ^.MMM......................M..........i when in the cit.v on Tuesday told tin' . , , mu � �u r, -t , . , , . . ningtium-Ives. That the Council t>e Herald, he ha.l .lec.ded to appoint ^.^^^ j,,^ ^^^^^ _ the correspondent, whoever he miyh- : .^^ (....i^ation boxes over the stiC be, .log killer, pound keeper and ^, immeiliate at-scavanger for the village and le would SCO he tfot paid for the job. ,, ,if,, Carried. Mr. A. E. Ilnnii'hries of I^fthliriiflge W. M. Barl*r has removett his paint was in Rayiiioiid this wcii'k procuring sliop from the building adjoining the here ext I- > , I'rom Parhin tilov.r .taiuple.t ofHr.nn. (own buildings to the rear of A. Modl''n ^'"'*'^' "fi�rttss and ifoni .fumes Kodel.ack Southard .s si ore, where he will do n e Hat is sending three. jsamiiles of alialia. Ik- had som- kind.-i of carriage painting, and i samples of wheat from .lolin Silver's 1 ^.jll accept orders for paint- ANOTHER CAR. OF? FR�SH GROCERIES j Mrs. W. J. Glass, daughter o( our townsman ,1. H. Fleetwood, returned I to her home at Macleod after spend-j ing several weeks visiting here. A. E. Humphries and W. W. Hand-ford went out to tho Silver (arm yesterday and took some views o' the harvesting on the Silver farm. Capt. Rankin arrived hor.i on'Sat-i urday evening to take chnrie oif the local work of the Salvation army, he will lie assisted by L'out. PI stta .4 team of ponies liclonging t:i Wm. Henderson ran away on Main ittreet yesterday morning. Little damage was done to either horses or rig. farm near I.elhbridge irj'asuring Tt'A invhes high, the heads were 7i inche-s in length and oontainetj an average of Wtl grains each.-Uayinond Chron .! icle. ing. I'hone, 70. j F. M, Orillin, a prominent ciii^'u ^ of St. Thomas,' Ont., accompani>�d j by Mrs. Griffin and Miss Helen Oril-ifin spent Saturday and Sunday in lllairmore Tini.'S. A nice r..v is on ; this city. They have been making a hero over a wholesale liqui.r liceii^'| tour of the west, having visited that was granted M. Uosse for ih-' Sick building on the cormM- of \.v toiia and Seventh Sis. Ross.- n.>w son before coming here. Mr. Griffln �wants the license for hi.s own 1miiInut Butler. Cocoa Niba. Christie Brown Go.*t Biscuits. Tuckelt's Club SpceinI Cignr ? Co j bridge and was particularly surpris-ihink it shouhl belong to ihm \Hlod at the fine crops he saw near the (he Sick building is not fin sh"d, oi> city. He is well acquainted with has ever lieen occupied, it is dou t jthe West and thinks r.i.>thbridge ha.t games, with ttie "Savages," Tins,-(ul if there is now a wholesmc I'|- the best appearance of any place he games should be the best exhibitions Montana's tusiost aggregation .if ball (dayers will arrive In I^thbridgi} on Tuesday next, to p|ay a series of uor Hcense ih Rlalrmoro, I has visited on tho prairies. o( baseball ever seen at J.ctlibiiil(j;e, as Kalispoll has a great record fur this season and tho Savages hav�' strengthoned their team considerably , The first game tAill bo