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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta A Macdotiald & Your Opportunity RAiN PROOF COATS MENS BOYS WOMENS - ALL - Men's Rain Proof, Coats from.............;    Boys' Rain Proof Coats from.----I........... Women's Rain Proof Coats at each............ .....$9.00, $4.00. $5.00 and All worth more money but we have too many so OUT THE Y GO If .you need a rain coat here isa kMrgain for you. i THE CASH STORE A. Macdonald & Co Don't To treat youf seed wheat with Formalin A large, fresh supply of the full strength article just receivietl. JOHNSTON'S DRUG STORE W*tch Kean*� Ad. Mrs. Glass went to MiicIcor Belchor went to R('itnonton on Monday. Mis. 11. 10. Sherlock is o's woek ut Frank. The rainfall the past two. days reached ovei- �.70 inches. Mrs. Righy is leaving this week en a visit to the racific Ooast.; A. Southard spent a cov^ple. of days, in Calgary this wock. HarveslDis are l>eing puicl^as high as $3.00 a day in Manitoba. S. H. rCarrop anil- wile of Majgrath were in the city for the fair. Mrs. Henson will condifpt Iho dusi-ne.ss of her decca.sed husl)and. K. ('. Uaincs of Pincher Cri!ck is in charge of the elevator here., , Roscian Opera Co, will jl;e Iwro on Sept.. 5th, for one night onl.\>.- The oHlces of the llrowing It'o. i!i;e now located at the foot oC Ford St, � - ^ : It. M. .Tolinstone and wife, returned frolii Uie raciilc Coast on i'Saturdii;,-hist. Miss Katie Hoy left on Monday to utttind the Normal School at Cal-Kary. It. II. Owen of iha O. W. Korr Co. is hack in the city and will Ate here for a month. Mrs, McKillop, of ttaymoml, is (iw guest of Mrs. Kirkhani. She is returning from Crnnlirook. Mrs. ,r. li. Anilor.son, High riiv(MV and Miss Duncan, Winnipeg, are ihi* guests of Mrs.- If. T. Cherry. OUR Blackberry Cordial apd Vfild Strawberry Compomid have become standard repiedies ia almost every household especially during August and September J.D.HIglnbothain&Co Pamily and Dispensing Chemist* telephone 49 Ni|M Sell if. K. Mielmch is on a trip to Hvit-i.sh iColunibia. Thrt Misses Oelchcr are n�ray. on a. trip to the Pacific coast. (,'. V. Bennett and hrido teached ttieoity on Tuesday night. 'Jtev.' 6. a^adley has returned from a .>*jjourn in British Columbia. M.� 'Hendricks has bought y Rnv Virt'�e's now residence on Courtland St. i - �� ^ Missi Taylor, who has been tha guest of Mrs. (Dr.) Cam|>l)ell, Has returni to Taljcr. Chief Census Comm'ssioner .Mc-Phail figures .\ll)crta's population will totn i ISO.OOO.' Miss A. .Begin, Miss C. Sharcn iind Miss .\. tl>emerR, are  visiting at Couits and' Sweet GrasR, Montana. Mr. N'esbitti of the Merchant's Ban^ Xapinka^, w; ISi in the city last .week a guest at the honia of Major Bo'-cher. 1'he cartage conipiinjca 4�ave JiB amalgamated but jSui Brodi* i� still ttt>bu.siness im th� old stan�i. Carting of ^11 Jcindst. Ice business �.� usual. Chas. Raloy Soft on Saturday for a month's vucut'W. and will visit Ottawa, Napaneoi and o.ther past:M-n cities.  ' Toronto Olo'w. Miss McCoy has orrowi cnening. mm-ii ice as y ou require every day. "The smile that won't' come ofT." You can �(�t 'fc, at Handfoixl's. C North Ward. Toronto Mail and Empire-Mis.s Quennio McCoy pos.ses.seH u splendiil voice of unusualj.v bright'.quality. .Vt Wesley Church to-morrow evening.' I .}. Furmnu, ha.s sold a house niid tv-o lots on Smith St. to HoiJIitle ftnd Somson, of N'ewulin, Minn., through the C. B. Bowman agency. Archdeacon Harding, of Indian Hi'ud, was the guest of Rev. .1. S. Chi vers over Sunday. He preached ,at the evening service at St. .Vug-ustin's. Contractor Alex. Smiths' family Irft town Wedne.sday for Lethbridge, Mr. Smith is liitercstiMl in much construction work. - Frmk Paper. -Vt Wiisley Church on Sunday the pastor will occupy the pulpit at both services. Subjects: 11 a.m., Christ ian Comfort." T.ilO p.m., "Wanted a Man. " The C. 11. Bowman agency has sold two lots on Couitland St. to John It. Macdonahl and four tots on the Dull estate, London roinl to P. W. Barton. Though the season had not opened four well known local young men n-ccnt out to a bramling camp on SaiiMlay and on their way home got n  "'d�ick." Tlus O. W. Kerr Co. brought in a bi K frow. rrton' Vcw�-She has "a rcnmrk -ably cfc'ar ^woct voice of great compass, irLiich gives evidence of thorough cultivation. At Wesley Chur>.h to-n!ori ^ktu cveniii^.V- .All p Hianns having accounts a-gainst lUhe Lethbrt.'Igw and District AgricuHi%ral Society �ro_ requested to send them at onfie ^� A- Hamilton^ secretary. Mrs. J.. H. Wallace. Misii* .Cassie Wallace ajdd Miss lOtlle Walhi'^o l**"^ for San tVancisco this woe.'*-Cassie will remain there as a wlud-ont at Mi'B's college. )* The Wesley chlirch Kpwoith U>a. has olbctcd Mrs. P. M. Campbo.'l. first vice-firosident to succeed R. M.e Clarke, removed. Mrs. E. X. WaUi-ly was eltKttcd secretary. Mr. andl Mrs. ICphraim Di.Von are -mourning the Io.sk of their infant son who, died on Tuesday evening. The inftorment took place toilay. Rev. J. E. HughHon oniciating. Furioers attention. For sale cheap. 'l'hre� steel taniL-s, jtist the thing for a water barrel. (Capacity from 15 to'aO barrels. Apply at the I.eth -bridge Brewery. Robert Melvin of fluelph, presid.tnt of the Mutual Life of Ontario, und tJeorgo Wegonast of ' Waterloo fcc-retar,v rf'^the conipan.v were in the city on Monday and registered at Ihfl Dallas. They were accompaiieii by Jjliss Melvin and Mrs. Wogonnst. # I The Alutual Jljife otjrns fao,(�bo worth went visit for a- I^t'thbrid'ee debentures. ^ late for a twoen hero Falls. The nu-mlxTS of the I'oiiliry Association are 'rcqucsteil to iiii-et u.i the tire hall tonight ut eight o'clock to consider the advisability of establishing u poultry fattening .station here. Miss Mcarns of Owen Sound, sir -rived in the city last week to take charge of the White school. Miss liobiiison, the " teacher there It.st year has taken the I'rovo schngtih, las't.ing nntbition aii''l vigor to w�-ak, life!e.otbain & Co. Mi.ss Stewart, who has been Mrf. C. W. Ciray's guest, is how in Cul-gary. Miss Thody, Mrs. Oro.v'.s sister, will .join here there next iWt.tiU and they will vi.�>it lljinlV. before ro turning to tlicir home in Saginaiv, Mch. Rev. Dr. Xeil of Westminster church Toronto, preached in Knox church on Sunday. His discourses deligiit-ed the large congregation.'* pres.vjt at hotli ser\'ices. While in the cjt.x' Dr. Veil was the giiost of P. I.. Xaismith. It is estimated that in the coun -try south and east of the BoU.v river, the acreage this .vear is as follows: Wheat, 54,'lO.') acres; oats, 0,-8*10 acres; harlev. V.^SO acres, and other crops 7,700 acres, a total of 79,eori acres. ' Mrs. rjeo. Rfigx^rs lol't oii Monday for lloston, Mimtroiil and Toronto. .She wa.s accoiiipnniiHl liy Miss Dora Rogers, who nfter remniiniilg nt the .Vtltintic Const "vlth her mother for a few weeks, will go to Toronto to attend Miss Veal's school. Who's Jollyr What's Jolly? The funeral .siTvice ol the int Miss Kiever was comluctocl- at Methodist chiiivh by Roi'. J. E. Hughson. The nMiuiins were. taken to Hopewell Hill, N.B., for interment. Mrs. Kievor and Ren Kievor accompanied I hem. A Japi^so geiilli-man was in the city willfflv the past week loo.king over the irrigati'd lands here, has in view, tlic locating of a anc.se colon.v lu'ic, but has not ciuk nearl.v u nionlli returned to LouiM on Tmsiliiy. They think highly �thbridge and district. They boost this country for jill they are xvnirih in Missouri, iHr. A. W. Foley of the Departnwnt of j%*friculliire Ik IiiuU from Ijjth-bridi.'e fair. He says the fair was u great %Mccess, the receipts being owe thiW g i'oater than ever liiifore rfi-coived. Mr. .Mitchell, chief M'ced inspector, \v.ho accompanied Mr. Foley ivmained ,t" inspect the forestry plantations. ICtlmonton Bulletin, The private' car, "TiOthbrldgo" !��� longing to Mr-v ,Oalt, the owner of the Lethibridgc foixl mines was transferred from !*trit*hcona depot to t he C,N,R. depol .TOffterdny in -10 miii-utes. The track is daily being ;v-paired und'gctting into good shap';. Mr. Clall went eniit last night on No. 2 to Winnipeg,- Eflmonton llul-lotin. til Jap-dell'- :� hav.' i'or Si, of will An Intki&ft, with tlui btyiikh nanw of Kagic Tail Feather, made a nu's-nnce of himself on the streets last week. Justice Humphries fined him $10. Another Indian, Rnnold Cain-ro.�!e broke one of the windows In Oeo. Houk's store and vnmodoselishcd pianist, E. T. quit, president^. M. Van-ton, managing Director, R, A, Smith, Toronto, und John Qalt of Winni|ieg, directors of thu AllM?rtii Railway and- Irrigation Co. came to the city last Thursday on the private car "Lethbridge" and spimt a couple of days here and ins|>ccted the properties tif the Company. They went as far north as Curjiston. .f. O. Mucleod of Vancouver, suii-erinlendent of railway-mail lervice, visitoti the city on Monday. He in-vestigate�l some of the comiiliiints ih regard to the poor mail se^iuc. lie, also . went south to the boundiry line to acquaint himself with the conditions on the south line and to ascertain the need if any, for a mail cai- between here and 'the boiinilar.V. The marriage took place last Ihursday evening at 8.30 o'clock of K. ('. Cooke, proprietor of the t'ity llakery and Miss Dunlop of Macleol. daughter of John Dunlop, immigration agent at Fernic. The ceremony was celebrated ut the residence of Mrs. Hutton by Rev. A. M. Oordon 'The groom was .attended by H. .f. Skeith and the bride by Miss K. Stapleton. Sur>crintPi)dent and Mrs. Wilson entertained at the ilurracks on Thursday evening lost in honor of their guests, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dr Wiiod of Regina. 'Euchre was play Hi and u most delightful evening was enjoyed. Eight tallies participating. The prize winners were: ladies, Mrs. Magrftth, tst: Mrs. Cherry. 2nd; gentlemen, Mr. Con.vboare Ist, Mr. Wood, 2nd. Sir. C. Wilmot Strathy of Edmonton, how manager'Of the* Canada Permanent Loan Co. lor Alberta, hiis bce/i appointed by the North .American Lil'e Assurunco Co., as manager of their loan department for the weist,, and will have his headquarters in Winnipeg. Ho will enter upon his new duties on , Septemoer l'>. Mr. Strathy i.1 well known in I.el hbiidge. Rev. T. C Buchanan, supttnnten -dent of Methodist Missions in .\l -berta, occupied the pul|)it of Aca-ley church on Sunday evenini{. Though he had much to do wrthlhe erection �f the chuix'h here, it was the first occasion ho had preached in in it. On Sutuivluy Mr. Bu�4ianan paid a visit 'to Talier and on larg.}ly att'niled, Thp service at the house was conducted by Rev, J, S. Chiv-crs. Interment took place at the Church of l^ngland cemetery. The pallbearers vore W. C. Simmons, M. P.l'., C. 11. Johnston, R. E. Sherlock, .1. H. Fleetwood, Max Doiiald-Kon and Robt. Ripley. Mrs. Henson reached the city Friday night. Mrs. lilnir Riple.v was here for the Mineral and will i-emain for some time. .\t the bari'acks lust wt>ek. the iiien v'ho parlicipnti>eace ofllc*r, two months hard labor. J. .Iami.>ni was fined �10, Mike Sakus $20, J. Peti'uiii $10. aiH, , Before the long nights set in I will open a oircalating UbfSffy bl; [. r. .''.U copyright novels on a plan which shonld prove satidM!tM)^;|ltt% round. " Preparatory to this I am throwino away irhole tUtHkM. , ',v>^ of books at eye opening prices to make shelf roouk 'Cowi Mld:acting^fim(i:; pmnps. By placing the cylinder and rods opposite^ides of the pipe, they aw pi^il^ctl^;: balanced, ther�>l)y stiving half of therpotwr^^is-the woiglit of the rods near y equals the weight' of the water. With one of thesa pumps in your well or; cistern you have a home tire engine, as they can be made ready' in 0M> fenceil, a gooil reservoir holding water the year roond, 900 acres under crop, 25 acres in bay, lirst-ckiss house, bnrnS' and outbuildings. The iniprovtnnents and machinery are valned-at $3200, which will b�'> iiicinded in the sale at 126 per aei�.. The yield of wheat less year was 45 busliek to the aere^ Thisi^ is a bargain and will double in value in a short time. If yoii wish to buy, buy quick. No. 2.-A tine Boarding House, location on, Ford street, 2 blocks west of post otTice, the best location in Letli*$ bridge. Price 120(10. Stoves We handU the very best makes. Be sure and aec. %h�m before buyinf. The Central Hardware Store G, L, VKOOMAN at lh� (jranri the house hems croivileil iiixl I standing: room at a premium. Tlii.s \h one of (he he.st popular price eom-panies that has vi.siteil the eity. Thi> .specialties are all clean, clever ami entertaiiiinjr. The company will IhiM eveninir piv.sent "The Church Across (lie Wa.V'." An entirel.v new line " of spocfaftie.s will he intr(Miuce<| each evening." The baset'all pla.vorn saw the performance ut Oreat Fulls mid say it is a dandy. Columbia Restaurant DOWNER BLOCK Open Thursday Next, Attguftt 9th Everything new throughout, and table supplied with ,beB^'.4hfl market affoMs � : OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Meal Tickets, $5,00 Chong Jam Juang On Ask your ticket agent for ttckete (via the Wisconsin Central Ry. -To- Milwaukee. Cbieago. aad All Points East aad Soutb Convenient trains, Pullman sleep*' /c ' era. Free reclining chair oars^ ^ , " Oiuingcars,  For full information address R.J.. Wenmnn, travellitg^agent; ,W RqbertstvSt. Ptittlp C, Pond, general pas Milwaukee, Wis. , ;