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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ....................... The Cash Store of Southern Alberta Tho store thnt saves you money, Watch tliit space for the weekly store now*, What we ad vertigo we have nml at' the lowest price dependable tfooue can be sold for. White Shirt Waists, 90c The balance of our stock of Blouses, ranging from $1,110 to St.(15, nil this season's Ivst styles, to clour them out quick, we nmko the prion.......................00c \ Print Wrappers, $1.00 24 only colored print wrappers, qood washing eolers, tnmie full in skirt with ten inch flounce around bottom, correct sleeve, all si'/es, to clear at eneh,.......$1.00 Ladies' Black Sateen Underakirtt, at each $1.00. $1.50 aU $2.00. but worth More money. Men's Furnishings Our Mpii's furnishing department is full of the most desirable and seasonable toggery -Underwear, Hose, Collars, Ties sun Shirts in h big variety, and at prices that yon will like, Qnrciitsh system is working wonders, just as it should be. Cash business increasing weekly, enabling.us to do letter things for our customers, which means eastern prices throughout tne store. Nightgowns and Skirts Ladies1 White Cambric Night Clowns and Skirts, �|e.:i�l sale on these, at prices that will uiuke them go quick, each..... ................ ........30c. T5c. $1.00 A. Macdonald & Co St inn Iltith Freeman, daughter of M, Freeman wns taken to the hospital on Tuesday. Shn Is ill with typhoid. CIiih Naltllg In back from Maple Creek nnd In in lino for orders for palnt'ng, paper hnnging nnd nue -t.lonccring, Dave Klton and W. II. Drown wore in the city on Saturday. They wont south on Sunday to moot tho Utah excursionists nt tho boundary. Chns. Hyssop says no finer field of timothy hay enn bo. seen In all Canada than (hut to l-o found on the farm of Stubbs nnd Wheel r. O.R.D. Wood, Dc'iiitv > t-orney (.111 oral of Saskatchewan and formerly of Muclood and Mrs. Wood, are tho guest of Superintendent and Mm. Wilson at thn barracks. ing a copper wire from Winnipeg to Calgary via l.cthbrid^e for 11 big grain company which will have offices nil through the west. Miss Kliinlbnrgh of Jjdhhrldge is The death look place early yesterday morning of Miss Aid 11 Kl,n.'i\ daughter of Mrs, Klever, HomptiH HI,, formerly of Moncton, N.H., ntvl sister of Hen. Klever of the C,1�. II. Telegraph Co, She had been 111 for some time. It. A. Di-lggs of Grassy Utke, has sold tils ranch, composed of 010 acres of land, with a lease on six  teen sections mora and about 500 bead of cattle and 40 head of horses to Cowdry umd Maunsell of Ma-lend. The price Is understood to bo *2r,,0Of>. .ludge. Thompson of the Oth Judicial circuit court of the State of Illinois wan in town on Friday, The Judge is spending a couple of weuks nt, Canlston and Spring Coulee whore he has land interests, tn the whole ntmtmmtsmtmumuii* 1 wa�t.�sans HONESTLY * For four weeks only, my stock of Scriblers (plain and ruled) and Exercise Books will be.sold at II for 5c-40c per dozen. These goods are full sized and usual quality. To each scholar purchaser I will also give away at school opening a geographical (Globe) return ball-correct and useful for work or play. : ": s i : : : ! ; All School Books will bt sold a4..^^..;.{.^.ji4.^.j.4..*.{..t..ji4i.j.4.4p 8ttKk. surpassed for richness of display a�-d 1 |usp tj||m| (.oni|lony> Ltd., of Si. neatness of arrangement. Is that of ,s �,r|ng|nR .. uu. 0X(.rj Don't Forget To treat your seed wheat with Formalin A large, fresh supply of the full strength article just received. JOHNSTON'S DRUG STOKti Watch Kcan's Ad. ..Schools open on Monday, il-'red Hick has return**! from Winnipeg. ({us llndfnrd, lllack Spring Valley is in the city. thin Taylor of Nam on, is sliiyin-; nt the Windsor. Mayor Rogers has rvturiuMt from his holiday trip. Worl.m. u are I nsy c n tiuriln.: the ney round house. Hugh McKay oi Calnary is spending the week here. The banks close today nnd tomorrow nt twelve o'clock. Sid" Puma 11 rusticated for most of this week at Stirling. Ilobt. Moore, brother of W. A. Moore, is at the Windsor. Miss Constance PooU-y has returned from avislt t o Calvary. Comfortable furnished room to rent. Apply Mi*. Wm. Scott. Ino. Conroy of cow I my fame, was .a visitor In the city lbs week. Miss Crissie Mclviiy is down fr ,ni iCranbrook on a two wo'k's visit. ' Allan Taylor of Toronto, Is a guest nt the residence of (S. I.. Vroo-iinan. Mrc. Worrell of Toronto. is the guest -of her s Mer. Mrs, II. Hutch iinson. W. I.. Mackie and WM. ArniNtroa^ tif Pembroke, were in the cliy last weok. .1. Simpson of the A. Macdon -aid Co. is oeeiip.x lug the Mii'tui resilience. Miss Hodnet of the llu.x 'inoud jmi'i-lic KChnol slnff was in the city over Sunday. Duck shooting. eommcnc.'s ,1 w�.k from today. D. A. Wilcox nnd wife are up from Taber for the fair. Dr. .1. A. Itolllus of Kxeter, was a visitor in the city this week. "The snviAe that won't come off." You can get H a>t Handford's. The lAbor men arc preparing to hold a big celebration on lAbor l>.iv Mrs. K. N. Illglnbotham left on Tuesday to visit her sister at. Seat tie. A. I.. Mcl'herson. of the Medicine Hat Woollen Mills is back in the city. Olivia Dahl, "the new .lenny l.ind ' ut the Opera House" Thursday, \n#. ldth. I-'. X. Iliglnbotham cont -mpl.ites piittiiii^ a second storey on his res1-dence. W. Duykin of lltack Spring Ifd.'.i. is presiding at the meat block at I* Hums ft Co. Thos. Andrews, acting manager of the Hank of Commerce, spent Sunday in Macleod. Herb Connell Is enjoying a visit from bis brother. A. Connell, of Calgary at present. Mrs, .lackhiin of l.umsden. Sua1:., is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mm. I. M. Pierce. I.. M. Iloherts, tho well-known High ltlver real estate man was* in the city last week. It. V. M. Stewart of the postoflke stall, has returned from a holiday trip to the const. While in the city for tho fair call at Horner nnd Hutchinson's and >ee their fine harness nnd saddles. The heat wwr-lntense lv re most nt luat week and on Sunday the thermometer registered 90 degrees. New tenders were asked for Oie freight sheds hero and McDlarmid Urns, again secured the contract. 11. T. liowcry of Lowory's Claim, Nelson. H.-C, intends moving .his pa|h are O. .1. Amundsen. Clniv.sliotiii. Mm Ashcroft reports a icagnlrto.nl ; j of Drandon. >�> i Dev. A. D. Hobh. of Klora OdI.. . who has been visiting his siuer. of j Mrs. John llrodlc, prt>ached n :lu> ity i Methodist Church on Sunday even -ing. He leaves for the east at the end of the week. The first golf tea was held at the links last Saturday afternoon and was a most delightful affair. I te- rn ile The Hank be located In Its new bin i'.n^ next month. x Sam Dunseith anil �lohn Slack St. Mary's, Ont., are in the They are old friends of A. Kaston. 1'Ve.d W. Downer and family '.eft Maple Creek 011 Sunday last on an extended trip lo the Old Country. I. S. Hull came up with the l.'tnh excursion on Sunday and went on lo j ''cshments were served by the ladies Tabor i, look after his inter.*!* I ttfUM* which the players went there. Mr. Hunrahan of Kernie, spent a portion of last week in the city, the guest of his brother. T. W. Han -rahan. \rthur Hunt of the Munitoul 11 colony, north of the city, took o.it this week a fine disc drill to put in fall grain. C. A. Magrath displayed his pen erosity on Thursday last i>y giving a 81!.% contribution to tho splendid band at Magrath. It. Sage and .Ino. Kenny. with their families, got as iruuiy coof: breezes as they could find ut St. Mary's on Suudny. K, K. Koynolds, formerly of C man is now superintendent of >he Diamond Coal Co., formnr'y k \r in* n^ui "f, the district to the luuvrs '1. d 10 the fortunate competitor a tour of Kuropo. Since his return and admission to t*io Quebec bar he has spent some time with a Montreal law two1Arm. Dean,, The lx>thhrldgc papers arc ke.'ping out and enjoyed a game. Mrs. V. Kirkham left Tuesday evcaiv among themselves. It would be hard to lind two paper* in one town s. Double Cylinder Double Acting Hind Force Fumo Its Special Features Are: The only pump imumfncturcd thnt has no Icatlicr suckers a 1111 requires no packing or pricked jniiiis of liny kind. Always primed, for shallow or deep wcllu, uttiplc huudles, adjustable rods. ciiMv wmUitig. never ficc/es. These pumps are tlie iimsl sittisructnry puni|)a made, throwing double (In- amount of water with the same ease , tliey are |>erfectly balaneeil. thereby saving half of' the iiower* as lliv wciglil of the rods neary cqnnl* the weight of llic water. With one of thes,* ptiiii|ja in your well or cittern you have a home lire engine, as they can be made* ready in one minute by n bint pie attachment for connecting a hose, to throw a continuous stream of 'water. I have also stock pumps that wilt throw 30 gallons of walci a minute." These pumps to 1m� used in wells not exceeding 2U feet, in depth. Cistern pumps of all description* constantly carried in stock. By giving me the depth of your wells I will fit up any of the aUjve pumps, complete with pipe. rods. etc. so that any person can install them. I will iiositively place my guarantee back of all pinups sent out. Special prices lo country merchants. C. W. GREY THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 their home in Victoria, 11.C. Charles Knight of the Calgary City Xca.i Market registered at the Dall.-.s on Friday. He was out on thosouih line buying beef steers. Kive ">i loads wore purchases from W. I. ThompMin at Sfiring (.'ouhv. Mr. and Mrs. S I,. I'\-.t The east is busy, but Albert i o busier and the Ablermui felt t�-ir�.v ] years younger when he g� a sight | of the prairie ami bunch gr,k�r�.v �''� ��vke in the fair this w��k Miss Newton, who has been spending 11 '" nlln^ther likely many of them the vacation in the States, will re 2 Specials No. 1- IS* 1 acre irrigdle acres in hay. tirst class honse, 1)urns and outbuildings. Tlie iinprovetueuls and machinery are valued at I320O, which will be iucludi-d in the sale at *2�i per acre. The yield of wheat lens year was !* bushels to the acre. This is a bargain and will double in value in a short time. If you wish to buy, buy quick. turn on Saturday to resume their duties in the Central School teaching stnlT. W. M. Hariri has removed his paint i.hop from the building adjoining the town buildings �o the rear of A. > will settle in this district, as are greatly impressed with the try. the.x coiim At the F.pworth league merlin last Friday evening. Dev. A. Itobh of Klora, Ont., gave an interesting land eloquent description of lis rec A tine l'lianlin^ House, locution on Fonl street, '1 blocks west of post otlice, the best location in Leth-bridge. Price $,2tjtH). K m. mcOucen $ ?o Southards store, a hero be will do out trip through the t r cars of stock from this city this , week. The consignees were V. Me- j Curly. F.hliidgo Dios. and l^slie Ironsides. While at Cardslon Hon, W. II. Cashing selected tho s'te for the new court house to bo built there. ! It is located directly wist of the ici sembly Hall. A special train left hero on Run- > day morning for Coin is to meet the Utah excursionists. Through slo.'pers wore placed on nt Salt Ijike City for Cardston. The public school teachers arc. lie-ginning^o reach the c'ty for work. Miss MacKay is aspects! tomorrow evening and the others on Saturday night's train. Miss Stewart, on lior way from Brampton to Kdmonton is expected here on Saturday to visit her lire ther. Dr. Stewart, and her sister. Miss Iless. Stewart. OH Daigle, Levi Cyr. 1'eter Clulr and Jos. Cyr, all of North Dakota will locate thirty miles north east of l.ethbridge. They wore guests at the Windsor this weok. Tho l�thbridge Jlrick Co. is kept busy these days. Orders havo just lieen received from Raymond Sugar Factory for 50,000 brick and from Calgary for o half million brick. will accept orilors for house paint-iug. Phone. 7">. M. F. Webb has been appointed by the provincial government to collect I �! s Tie- league service thlfc week was U.-'d on Wednesday evening. The sullied was '"The F.arly History of M'k�'oli� in .Int'iia '' Tlie parlors are very exhibits for the poiii'nion fair to ue rnol these hot evenings ami are a _ hold in Halifax in Octolier, anil pleasant retreat for an hour. Come j # leaves in a few da.\* for the south- and nee. I ? Just Placed In Stock era part of tlie provlnco to see-iiv samples.-F.diiinnloii llulletin. Tho finishing touches are now being put on the U'thbridge Brewing Co.'s.building on the corner of Vi.-torla and 7th streets. This building is of cut stone and the finest business block ever erected in any of the Pass towns. -Hlairuiore Times Tho marriage was celebrated very Vou can gvt the U>st and most re-lialdu harness at lloriier and Hutch iiison's. I pliolMering of funiiture dune in ib Doer war ami II. K. Hyde, who us ! ipiieily at St. Augustin'it church on \|, )�, j, st. Thomas. Capt. Monday evening of two popular young people, Howard Cuse. the well known gunsm'.th and MIkh K F. Ilagk'll, daughter of F.dwnrd Huge! I of tho News Dev. J. S. fjiiv-ers officiated. Hugh F. Osier, a sou of the head of the firm of Osier, Hammond & NanUin. has been admitted into partnership in tho firm which consibts of K. 11. Osier, M. I P.riii.uinger was in South Africa during the war and. remained there fur several years after jieace had been declared, as an officer in Ilia pollw. He is a son of Judge Ermallnger of St. Thomas. F. A. Aclund in -soriv-'ipoii.leiice i> the Toronto Olooo fro r. Metiu :in Hat says: Naturally other cities in n depth of t�i Mftckonockiet' Fruit Syrups, Lemon Squash m4  Raspberry Vinegar. Chinese Preserved Ginger, Pea- � nul Buller. Cocoa Nibs, Christie Brown V Co/t  Biscuil.%, Tucketl's Club Special Cigar $ I The Bentley CoV! Limited  Lcthbridge, Alia.  4   Whulcbulc ami lb-tail W. It Dobbin, tin- luiul limn a i highly impressed with llm p. stal tliousuud feet in l>-th i service in Die west. On Juno V ho of music from Win most ministers of the Presbyterian llutters. however, aro^nkepticat of I nipeg. On the Kith be received a church. He is making a tour of the ihu gas being found anywhere olsibl" a�, Alta." ;