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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta A Macdonald & Co The Gtsh Store of Southern Alberta The store thai saves you money. Watch this fpaoe for the weekly store news. What we advertise we have and at'the lowest price dependablegoods can be sold for. While Shirt Waists. 90c The Unlunce of our stock of Blouses, rang* ing from Il.tM) to $1.(55, oll'this season's b.'s't styles, to clour them oiit quick, we make the pricje........... .........Oc . Print Wrappers, $i.oo 24 only colored print wrappers, i^ood washing colcrs, made full, in ikirt with ten ' inch flounce around bottom, correct sleeve, all siises, to clear at each^.$1.00 Udicft' Black Sateen UndcnkiHt. At each $L00. fl.50 -4 $2.00. k�t worth mere MtOAcy. Nightgowns and Skirts Latlies' White Cambric Night Oowns rtnd Skirts, s|:e.:inl sale on these at prici^s that will umke them go quick, ench..... ..... .......:50c, 7Sc. $1.00 Men's Furnishings Our Men's furnishing department is full of the most desirable and seasonable toggery - Underwear, Ilose.CoUars, Ties aun Shirts in a big variety, and at prices that ynu willlike^ OnrcaHh system is working wonders, just,as it should be. Cash business. increasing weekly, enabling us to do iHittertiiiiigs for our customers, which means eastern prices throughout tne store. . - A. Maedonald & Cx> Mim Iliith rnwiiiHn, iluughtcr uf M> t'reonion wah taken to the hos -pitnl. on TuoHfiny. She in ill with typhoid. - Oim Ncidig is back from Mupic (V(�k nml is in lino for orders (or paint'ng, paper hnng-ing and aiic -tioncering. ; Diivc TOIton and W. I�. Jlrow-n wcro in the city on Saturday. Thoy w.thhridge is here visiting, the guest of Miss fna Finlayson. Miss Kinniburgh, it wtl! be romombere4, taught school here a year ago.-Magrath Pionaf^r. Miss Cligot of Nelson, II. C, who has been visiting with her nrothor, (.'. X. GIgot, manager of tlic Union jlliink at Cnrdston, passed through on Friday en route to her home. A show winilow that pouUI not be surpassed for richness of- display and neatness of arrangement, is thai, of t The death took place curly, yesterday morning of Miss Aldu Kii>v,�r, rinlcn dcht of the C.P.n. Telegraph Co., 1 in Western, Canada. T. IQAwards, | {"Ufwiintcndent, with hcadquart'rs at ; Calgary, W. ^. Cti.i.p, electrical en j giii*ri Friday evening. They left over tlw I cast bound for Milestone. Sask. Ti.! Lusc T.and (Company, Ltd., of Si, ; Paul is bringing s|��:;i.ii tat- evi-ry HONESTLY >f For four weeks only, my stock of .ScriUenXplaini and ruled) and Exercise Books will be told at H for r>c-40e per dozen. These goodsr-aie: fnll; sized and usual quality. To each scholar par.. chaser I will also give away at school opening a ^ geographical (Globe) roturn ball-correct and ; useful for work or play, ': : : : : : : All School Books will U sold at Ontario prices, fo you save those horrid e.tprcss chnrges-from Eattm'a. Other school goods proimrtionately .'educed, Thi�> sale is for FOUR WEEKS ONLYI ROBERT SAGE! THE VKlTHUE FUAMER Don't Forget To treat your seed wheat with Formalin A large, fresh supply of the full strength tirlicle just receivearents, Mr. and Mrs. I M. Pierce: , L. M. Roberts,, the well-known High River real estate man was: in the city last week. R. V. M. Stewart of the poHtpfflce stall, has returned from a holiday trip to the coast. While in the city for the fair call at Horner and Ilulchinsoh's and see their line harness and saddles, -r The heat m'fts-~ihtense hero most ol last week and on Sunday' the th�'r-momotcr registered 90 degrees. Xow tenders wore askecl for the freight sheds hero and McDiarniid Rros. again ^si'curcd the contract. 1 R.-T. Ijowery of Lowery's Claim, Nelson,; B.-C, intends movinig- fhis paper to l..ectrd tomorrow evening and (he others on Saturday night's train. Miss Stewart, on her way from Brampton to ICdmonton is ex|)ccted here on Saturday to visit her bro ther. Dr. Stewart, and her sister. Miss Bess. Stewart. Oii Daigle. Levi Cyr, Peter Cluir and tloA. Cyr, all of \onh Dakota will loc^^te thirty miles north east of I.eth'hrldge. They were guests at the Windsor this week. Thel^ethbridge Brick Co. is kept busy those rta,vs, Ordem have just l>een received from Ita.vnionil Sugar Factory for SO.OOO.brick'and from Calgary for a half million brick. A. Southard. It is lUled with fnis.|^p^^ and showing t'u. .Tl^u.-.-.^e. of, Fred flow was the artist who d.v.^s L^e district to the liu.-.Ts fr. the! �^ " 'states. " I Messrs.- f'arr and Layl>orn, twoj The cartage companies have , all j Englishmen, graduates of the On-1 amaiga,nat�l but Jahn Brodie is! tario Agricultural College, fiuelnh,' still - at business in the old staiMl/i were in (be city last week, with .1 Carting of ^11 irind.s. Ice businesN as ' view to mvesting in -iii > iisual. " properly. worth while to hear l^uis Amongst the visitors in the n>.v |'al�st toll of the narrow escape he' are O. ,^. Amundson. (Mnrosliotui. hud from being caught by a Ijem 1 .. '*rhey spent a .ouple if iu.vs 1.. h-Mrs, Kversfiold and the children going cast to Maple Creek on Mpndu.v and Mr. Evcrsfield to Cardston. Miss Maude Fi-oin.'in of St. Mary's Ont.. who has been the guest of Mrs. R. K. Sherlock for some weeks left on Sttturdn.v for High River, t� j visit Mrs. (Dr.) Stanley. From there she will go to the Pacific Const. Aid. Adams and wi.'c rotiirhod en Saturday from a visit to Ontari 1 The east is busy, but Albertiv i.'' busier and the AWIennin felt '>.ir�.-/ .years younger wiien he S'ic a sight of the prairie and 'junch gr..ss aj^m.!. Miss Furse and Miss McChire v.-tin have been visiting in Ontario, and Miss Vewton, who bus licon spending the vacation in the States, will return on Saturday to resume their duties in the tVntral School teaching _stnlT, W. M. flarl/er h.is remove M. F. Wt'bb bus been appointed by the provincial government to coUcbi exhibits for the Uonmiion fair to ije held in Halifax in October, and leaves in a lew days for the 'south -ern part of (he province to skc-ire samples.-TOdmon(oii lliillotin. The finishing (ouohis are' now '.c-ing put on the Ixthhridge Brewing Co.'s..building on the corner of Vi'.-.-toria arid 7th streets. This building is of cut s(onc and the finest business block ever erected in any of the Pass towns. -Blairmoro Times. The marriage was celebrated very quietly at St. Augustin's church on Monday evening of two poi.iilii!' .young peo|>le, Howard Case. the well known gunsmith and Miss K. F. Hagi'll, daughter o( I'Tdward Hu-gell of the Xews. Uev. .1. S. Chivers officiated. Hugh F. Osier, a son of the head of the firm of Osier, Hammond Ai Vanton, has been admitted into partnership in the firm which now consists of E. D. Osier, M. P., Toronto; JI. C. Hammond, '/broiito, and A. M. Nanion, H. W. Vaiitonand IL F. PHler, Winni|)eg. Rev. Dr. Neill, pastor otiWesiiiiin-ster Presbyterian chui-cli, Toronto, will preach in Knox church mut Sunday. l>r. Noill is one of the i'ori>-most ininistors of the Prcsbytorian DottUc Cylinder Double Aeting Hm4 Poree Kn� mountains. The Iicar pursued niiu, ; but Louis' feet moved faster than-he j ever expected they would and thv f bear vent back to Us den and is ; said to be pining away from disup-; pointnicnt. P. It. Wallace, B. C. L., has joiik.-d W. C. Ives in his law office and will remaihthere for several tnouths pending his admission to the Alberta bar. Mr. Wallace won the McGill University scholarship which secur.?4l to the fortunate competitor a tour of Euroi>c. Since his return and admission to the Quebec bar he ' has .s{>ent some time with a Montreal law ! firm. The Lethbridgc papers are. kosping up a good lick and unlike some other papers in big cities, ore at iicace among themselves. It would be hard (o find two papers in one town fi% to Miss Alena May McBride of Carp, Ontario. The cereuiony was performed by Rev. O. W. Kerby, pa.^tor of the Calgary Xtethodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Ma-guira reached the city oh Saturday. Nearly two hundreil (>oople came lip from Utah on the excursion' .ui Sunday last, great rcecptionH greeted the visitors at Stirling, Raymond, Magrath and Cardston. SU|it. Kevin accompanied the. - excursion from the boundary. Most of the party will take in the fair this week ft is altogether likely many of them will .settle in this district, as the.v are greatly impressed with the country. '  � j At the Epworth I.eaguc mcetiit ; last Friday evening, Hcv. A. Kobl� | of Klora, Oht.. gave un interesting-aiid eloquent description of h's eoe ont trip Ihroiigh the wo't m Ftil'>s It was thoroughly enjo.ved. The league service thifi week wns lio'd on Wednesday evening. The sul).iect was "The Eaily History of Missons in .Ittpaii. " The parlors on? vpr.c cool tbo.so hot evenings and are a pleasant ret ivjit for lin hour. Come and see. Vou can get the lie.st and most re-liatilu harness at Horiier o�d Hutcli-iiJ.sorr.s. I'phol.stering of turniturft done in the most up to date auJ sai-isi'aiilury manner. Capt. I'ercy. Ermatinger, of St. Thomas, Ont., was in the city on Tiiesduy and while here renewed uc- | ^ Its Special Fcal�r�t Am : Tlio only ptinip manufactured that lias no ' tt'atliiT Riickfi's .'(ltd requires no packitig or packt^l joiiiis of jiiiy kind. Always primed, for I shiillow or deep wflls. inn pie handles, adjustable . rofJs, t;tts,v wot king, iitiver frwzcs. rhesepiiinps I aro tlic most s,-iti�fiictory pumiis madey tKibwiDg I doiibli' tilt' ttntouiit ol: wntor with the sanie esMi;. I its any of thacting ioree l^puinpcs. B>' (iliiciiig llio cylinder and rods oh; t opptwite si�l�-s of llu" pipe, they are perfectly I bn aii�'fiL;lit of the rtKls uenry equals :the weight of the w,itor. With one of tht's.:" pniiips in your well or ciatem you have a home tiro oiigine. as they can be made ready in one minul� by n simple attni:liini>tit'for'(oituecting a hose, to throw a continuous stream of water 1 have alsoatcK'k pum|)s that will throw '-tO gallona of watei aminrtte.* Thesf pumpa to liensfxl in wells not exceeding .2U feet, in depth, ' Cistern pum|M of all descriptions constantly carriwi in slol. The-'land is easily irrigated and. well supplitnl with latterals, fenced and aub> fenoetl, a good resivrvoir holding water the year round, 200 acres under crop. 2o �.mms in hay, tirat-class house, Ijurns and outbuildings. The iiiiprovtinieiils and machinery are valued at 13200, which will-be iiii'lucied in the sale at f26 per acre. The yield of wheat Ichs your was 4r� bushels to the acre. This is a bargain and will lioiihlc in value in a abort tiine. If you wish to buy, buy (luick. - No. 2.-A Hue Boitrdin'^r House, location on Ford street, '2 biotas west of [x^st oiKee, the liost location in Leth-bridge. Pri�?6 $2000, m m. mcQuetn d ?� mamm  ^ Just Placed In Stock ANOTHER CAR. Or? FRXSH OlOCBRIES I ({uaintanco iviih T. E. PatteBon,v/ho he .saw last at Pretoria during the Boer war and H. E. Hyde, whb uSi^ ed to lie in St. Thomas. Capt. ICrnutiinger was in South Africa during the war and.renMincd therefor several years alter peace Iwd beon declared, as alt ofnply, and 111 tho cjiso of Lethbridgc the feeling has taken (he practical form of a dojtii-tatlon to this city to investigate I and report. The result was the pus sage of a resolution to bore to a depth of two thousand lect in Lcth bridge in search of gas. Me:iicine ------ ------ Iliitter.f, however, aro^skepticai of church. He lii making a tour of the | the gas being, found anywhere els-West in the interests of the Sabbath 1 than in their own citk' in sufficient School work of the church. 1 force to make it valuable. Maekbikoekicft' Fruit Syrups. Lemon SquMk  llUipUrry Vinegar. Chinese Preserved Ginger, Pea-8 I nal Butter, Cocoa Nibs. Christie Brown V Co.*a | Biscuits. Tuckett's Club Special Cigar The Bentley Co*y| Limited S Wholesale and Kdail Lethbridge, Alta. W. it. Dobbin, (be lunil. man, is | til-^Tuesday, though the Arm sal4 highly Itnpjvssod svith the pc.sttil thoy had shipped it on receipt of hi.4 ! service in tlio west. On Juno 1 ho order. The cowr of. the parcel, bore ordered a piece of music fiom Win-(the pustiiinrk 'Xundbrcck" where 'I,; ni|M>g, On (he Kith he rcceivi'd ti bad evidenti.v been lying for �n>onlh:i bill and since that tinthbridge, Alta." ;