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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta - K 0 4 nnd costs for being drunk. Hon. Dr. DcVaber will go cast to New Brunswick in September nnd remain there until Parliament meets in November. The U.N.W.M.P. gathered in at>ies >havo alt amalgamate*! but John Brodle is still at business In i)w old stand Carting of all kinds, fee business  a usual. Mr. John Woodmvnf civil engin.vr and architect for the lluflson's IViy Co.'s now block here, was in rie city on Tuesday. I HONESTLY �i - Jr i For (our wnuka only, my stock of Scriblurt (plain und rulod) and Exercise Books will be sold at ft for fic-10c por do%pn, Thoso goods aro full alml and usual quality. To oach scJholar pur* ohaaer T will also kIvi? away at school opening a geographical (Globo) return bnll-^-correct and useful fer work or play. :::::: i : ; All School Books will U sold at Ontario prices/so you save thos�> horrid okprosschargfu from Eaton's, tether school goods proportionately reduced, This sale is for tFOUR WEEKS ONLY V ERT THli PICTI 1113 FUAMUB Double Cylinder Double Acting Hand Foree Pu Then? I The structural steel for lhe first | and second floors of the new Hud -to be a real . aie ; sonfl ||rtV (^o.'s store hnve been j>iae- Its Special Features Are; lU'i-lo( ili. - Don't Forget To tn�at your so**d wheat with Neticc ta CtMracters Formalin A large, fresh supply of the full strength article just received. JOHNSTON'S DRUG STORE A LOCAL BUDGET. Sealed Tenders wilt be received by i he undersigned until noon, Tuesday. August 7th, for all works exeept hot water heating and plumbing, ia connection with the erection and completion of a three |spring wheat oifhis big irrigation fnrm this wwk. P. II. lory, ma nag or of the flank of Coimnrnc. High HK"r, was the city on Sunday. Mrs. d. .1. Johnston returned on Wednesday from her visit at ('nivt* -ton. John Cowdry and K. II. Munusell, of Macleoil, wore in the city this week. G. H. Panic) will rommea;c culling boom on in Medicine Hat. The nld learned this week of two in u purl of ihut city, sonic tuactf ivom the main businc^ street hut near the new postntlkv scllbi^ for flo.OOO. oun, was ml in position and bricklaying has been resumed. You ran jrel I lie l�*�t and most reliable harness at lloruer and Hutchinson's, rpholslertng of fumit ure done in the most up to dale and isfactory manner. Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Wright, (\ V. Bennett, clerk of the went east Sunday night. iIj married at Lumnden, Mask.. v.sVir ! i^thbridge, who are on ther honey-"1 day to Miss'Church, formerlv of "U ! IMOon ir\^t |,uve Rpcndln� the | Thomas. Oni. They will spend i|,,-l"r; ww>|; x%- i t li the laMer's sister, Mrs.; honeymoon at tlnnff and oih *r U*>eky : |>nij.c.-Medicine Hat News. I mountain resorts. i storey brick building und certain additions to the present building |of Mr. J, D. Higinbotham, accord-ing to plana ana specifications pre pared by James A. Maeoonuld, Architect. Plans and specifications may be obtained at the architect's oflices. Rooms 22 and 23, Southard Build. ing. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Jamkh A. Maci�okami .1. r of the Pembroke Conservatory ��f Music Inis decided to eNialdish a brunch of th'tt It will I e Mr. Louis IV manager of '.He - ,M ' Conservatory in this city, located over the Tuft store Hudson's May Co.'s wholesale grocery of Winnipeg paid a visit to I loc�| branch here on Tuesday. Mr. j Pel rie states the apple crop in �>n- building The total homestead entries for the lxnt\ already Mr Harper Is assnreil turio this is an abundant one. Watch Kean'e Ad. .1. O'f^ary v as in TaU-r yester day. Fred Oouner was np from Creek this week. M.ipl Thos. Cmlerwooil of Calgary wa-� in the city Tuesday. Pred Hick went east on Sntuid.**. on a week's trip lo Winnipeg. i\ O. K. Nourse was up from Me�licine Hat over Sunday The postponed Uolf Club ten be held on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Oeorge Squirrel, with her si� - ter, left for Toronto Monday night Constable CVnch has secured his discharge from the It N. W. M. P. \*. T. Mneleori and wife spent a portion of last week at Nelson. II.C. Hugh McKay an old time A.It. * I. employee is visiting his people here. I, A Silver has twelve binders at work on his big farm south east of the city. Oeo. llouk hns disposed of his Smith St. pro|�crty to outside rap- lialifct*. year ending .lime an. ifioit, nt |.,.m bridge, reached I .rail. The golf rlub has el. cied Mrs. Ar-nohl captain for the ladies nnd Mr Wood for the gentlemen. Uirge shipments of cattle are n��-Ing made this week by Hoy Knlghl, Mclntyre and Kldridgo Pros. of a Kn�d cla We arc certainly here to stay Why? nusln�*s.s rushing HnndfoiHl "The smiVj that won't come ofT.' Vou can get h at Ilamlfmd's. at Colitis at Spence McCaig is present but will l>e here next for tho fair. W. C. Liphardi has a very elaborate plate glass gold leaf sign jo Ins show windou. Uus NebllK has returned from Maple Creek. Mrs, tteo. Itogers will not rec ��ve ugaiu until OctotsT. 1*. Ironsides is looking up the slevp miestion here th's week. I.ouis Pahst is away on a trip to NVUon. ll.C., and other points. II. .1. Mntheson of the lUalrm uv Time* was In thi- city on business on Monday. las McCalg was in the oly *o:* a few days last wepk. He nlso vis'.t ed ICaymond I. H. Mantle has disposed of three lots on Westminster through the C II. Ilownmn Agency. Mrs. lieII leaves today to spend a week nt l^cthhridgo and other points south.- lied Peer News. The C. ||. Ilowman agency has sold two lots adjoining Mr, Harrison's residence on Coults Si. Duck shooting commences on ih>* *JHrd and sportsmen seem to liesut-isfleil there will t>o lots of ducks. A H. Oraves has disposed of hi* house and three lots on SmUh St. through the V. II. Ilow man Agency. ,1. Woodman, of Wlnnl|>ctt. hms in the city Tuesd.-ty. Il�> "s sn \ U  itect for the Hudson Hay building. Mr. Ilarlter who has the contract for painting the station at left TuomIu\* to commence work A couple of foreigners amused ihe thildr�*n of our city with two p(*r forming bears yesterday morning. Mr. Pace of the Central Canadian Insurance Co. has been in the city. He used to Is* with the A.U it I. Co. Another party of land seekers mv viewing the locality of Mag rath thii bl>rul^e - Medicine Hat News. In lta>int>ivl soR�r at the llentley ('o. Limited There wus no meeting of the Cit\ Council on Monday n in lit as only Aid. Itoblnson and Harding the city. W. H. Kairfiebi n-turned from :dian Head on Tue^Uiy morang on this way up he nailed the fields of standing grain, entered in the com , l�etilion, at Medtciia- Hat. He )udg-\v)! onll.iPM tn Magrath i>. M. Young, formerly of the Iron'triet there are thirteen entries. Works, was in the city last week on his way from Crank to Kails. Montana. i 1 ted need rati**, on the milroadsha C* r**n t . ^___ ___.... i .. i. l * - * lit Oit* Clarence i .out her has Hold his prop-M. Harford has purchased a build-|orly on Harnness Rond and Kord St. Ing site on Uurdett St. thriiu^h the C. II. Ilowmun Agency. Mrs. Win. Iturlier and children of Calgary, are visiting A K Oupont. of tho Hurnes mine. throuKb the C. II. llowman Agency. The pollco is on the lookout for the miscreants who removed three or four dags from the golf club grounds. nceu arranged b>i visitors to fair. The return tare will be fare Mrs. p. r. Putniii�> of Great Fulls Hnd a third, whii. eOiibits will le Is here attending the funeral of Mr.'single (are Yost, who was killed at Magrath by a steam shovel. Mrs. Turner, wife of Col. former C. W. M. Harber. the bus.v painter. has secured the cntiirart for the statii>n at i'ouits and will be Mr- An - Turn."'. 8. consul at Ottawa ivi.s.awuy ,uniriy three weeks In the city for a few days on way to llutte, Montana. ''i* demon will look .uier his work la-re. To rent.-A furnished cottage on Crahb Street. Apply A. M. McQueen & Co. EUREKA C. F. attend P 4 A Memphis man has discovered a new way to get i id of mosquitoes. He saya to ruli alum on your face and hands, When the mosquito taken.a bite it puckers iu buzzer si it cau'tstiuK. It sits down in a damp place, tries to tlitf the pucker loose, it oalches iu death of cold, and dies of pneumonia. Ponyl>eare. K. C. wdl the meeting of the Supreme I^clgo of the Knights of Pythias ai New Orleans in October. P. N. Skoiihim �ho is farming a-longsiile the SiUei farm was iu the city this week He is catting his wheat and sa>- it will average ,t-bout :iO bushels i.. the acre. M. Freeman luvs pureham-il the tw > ;iots l*etween the new Jobbing C*o. j building and A. Macdonald A Co.'h on Hedpath St. from C. W. Orey. Our Preventative W. flickerdike, who has iieen A. R. & i, office for some leaves on the I Sib to accept a position with the TP.It in Vancouver. Ifowells and l.yon of Strathcona. will have seven horses at the here next week. Copt. Medicine Hat is sending three. The Herald ci.i [.-.pondenl at Tal�e'* has I feu coiaplatniitg about t he a hundance of nianiug the streets Of that \ illume Overseer Pro! ert. when iu ths direct from maanfactur- ( ers in Milwauktv have just arrived ' ut A. Kaston's. The Canadian Pacific Itailway an nouiue an excursion rate tif single to Vancouver and Victoria on said \uguil I."* ii� 18 inclusive. Tickids ' will have a going transit limit twenty days, rtnal limit sixty days, Mopovcru to be allowed within going and returning limits. The following land seekers from Urenvlife, NIK, are registered at . the Windsor. John Tate, Oscar IHinely, John O'Keilty ami JeftVrsun Uhtitaker. The parly look a drive out to John Silver's wheat held >vs terduy and declared it to *,in>.�hs anything in Dakota. lloust*hold clTectrt for eule, iieJiul-u�g otu* small cook ttow.' heater, tnslroom suite, uu go oh I iout ivsnj-s and tuo set of springs Call ut (he resjjenee of Pu�.;u� S/iitth. Jlanlett stii-ei, if you wuut s0n�e really goo only nuiup ltmmifncturetl that has no ! IrulluT suL'ktTd and MM|iiin^s no packing or j paokt-tl jdihtMnhuty kind. Always primed, for j shallow urilifp wells, u\u\)h> handles/adjustable i nsla, is'isy woiloiiK* never free/eg. Thene pumps \ arc (Iu1 most Biilisl'aelnry ]>tuu|�B made, throwing : douLite the auauint of water with the same ease aa any of (he Ho-ealltil double-acting force ' pumps. |J,y placing ihe cylinder and rods on op|xisih> sides uf the pipt% they are perfectly balaiii^l, ilierehy ^iviti|r half uf'the iK>werk as \ the \veij.r|)i of the rodn nenr y etptals the weight | of the water. Willi out* of Hies.' pumps in your well or cistern j you have a home tire engine, M* they etui be made ready in one minute hy a ttiuiple attachment for totineetiny; a hose, to throw a continuous stream of water. I have also stock pumps that, will throw '10 gallons of watet a minute. The*e iibkI in wells not exceeding 20 feel, in depih. Cistern pumps of nil descriptions constantly carried iu stock. Hy giving me the depth of your welU I will tit up any of the above putupH. complete with i�i|w\ nwla. etc., so that any K*rson can install them. 1 will jHmitivoly place my guarantee ick of nil pumps sent out. Special prices to country merchants. THE HARUWAhr- MI'^lUMf ANT TELEPHONE 66 OTrcrn: of No. 1 aere irri^ted farm, ti miles from town, i mile from sehmd buttsu*. This farm is admirably situated close to market am] elose b* si'hool. The land is easily irrigated und well nuppln-d with latteruls. fenced and sub-fenceil, u ijo**! reservuir hohliuK water the year round, 200 acres under crop. 2o acres in hay. lirst-class house, Imrns and outbuildings. Tin- iuipiovenu-ult* ami maehinery are valued at $o*200. whh'h will be im-luiled in the sale at $*2ti l>er acre. The yield of wheat b-sti \i-at wan i'� bushels to the acre. This is a harvaiu ami will thuthle in \alue in a short time. If you wish to buy. buy quick. fine ttuanliutf House, location on Ford .m. �i. fatlVel. '2 blocks West of |H>*t oltire, the l.fjit locution in Leth- bridge. Price 4a*iy. mcOuccn $ 1 passeil lit the eOccl that Ihe Coiuiiil be Htrongly urg�*d to at oiav a ptdicy of peruum�;ut auikiag as it would be In the com ineirial uitetesib of the city ami district. \notber restdutlon read: Puu-niughum--1 Ves: That the (Nnincit Im� urged lo give the matter of extend -ing irrigation boxes over the mic�i rouduavK to the curbs iuim�*diate attention in view of the present great danger to life. Tarried. i ANOTHER CAR. OF* FRESH GROCERIES Mtckoitocktes* Fruit Syrups, Lemon Sqoath *%4 m Mr. A i: HuiaphrieH of l/dhi.ri.l^e \v M Tlurl^r ha* removed M�* paint iu Itaymoud this w that was granted M Konm* ��� Sick building on the torn r ..I torift ami Seventh Sis ltosM.. im� wants the license for hi* own build ing and tho l*lhhridge Hrewin? i'o A team of ponies l>elonging t ^ j think it should robing t'> �hin \i Win. Henderson ran away on Main j the Sick building i� ��* �n sh-d. o'- city strei*t yesterday morning. Utile | has ever l>w�n occupied, it is dou t damage was done to either horses or t Oil if there is now a wholesaa- l-rig. ! uor ricensu in Itlairnvira. by Mrs CrlfTin and Miss Helen Hru- ^ fin spent Saturday und Smulas mi A nice r *y is >n this city. They have hoen making u tour of t In* w� st, ha i iuk visit -tl Tatgaiy, lied Umu\ Ikuil'i. Vnucou -ver. Victoria and Seattle and Nelson bcfoiv coming here. Mr. (Irillln was greatly impressed with l*�th -bridge and was particularly surprised at the fine crops he saw near the He is wall acquainted with Wholesale and 4b*tail jLuthhridge, Alta. n\si-:n all .0 Mont aimfastest aggrt!gatliiu ball pluyei'k will arrive In U'lhluidge ^H wlth the 'Savages'* The*, the best appearance of any place h� 1gamptf should be tho buxt exldbltii)!^ has visited on the prairies. of baseball ever seen at Lethbridge, as Katispolt has a great record for II his season and the Savages have strengthened their team considerably The tlrst game will be played here on Wednesday at, the second i-ii Tburstlav at fto" and the third at a ten o'clock on Friday morning. These games will be played on tha Athhdic grounds. ft ;