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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta A CLEAN UP OF SUMMER GOOJOS Prieetpvionallliikctthftt wllltMratlMAiAtoeMli quiekly. Spie* to mcA-lioA jutt a few of the bargAina. Ladies' CoUdJi Rib Undervests Ijadiet' Cotton Rib Undervesti, our regular liniM, and cheap At regular price* of 25c aod SQe each, btii- we have loo many, bo take them away at each................................ Vl\awers Ladies' Cambric Drawers, regular 7oc for. .60e Regular $1.00 for 79c Regular $1 23 for $1.00 Ladies' white cotton Night Gowns.......... Ladies' white Cambric Shirts........ Whit^ Muslin Blouses 10 only white Blouses, ifi good condition, balance of season's stock, sjpecial to clear each.................................We .....50c 50c, 65c, 75c Special low prices on all lines of women's and children's^ black and colored Hose for balance of season. 9cc our stock of MiMM ikfk' ChiMrca't fbi A�cricMi 3hoct, �xccll�At wearing quaUtics anipcrfcet-fitting foo4a.^i^^^^ OUR Blackberry Cordial and Wild strawberry Compound h%ve Ijecome-staudnrd remedies in . almost every household especially daring August and September.. J.D.iliginbotliam&Co Faoaily and Dispensing Chemists TcltphoflcO Niihia.ll W*tch Keaa's Ad. Tho circus.tonight. Monday, is Ijibor Day. To-i�ioiTovv is thn lust rtny of .\^lg-^;j list. ..'v Over 18 inches of rainfall so far this year. W. W. Douglas, TalM-'r, vus in the city on Tuostlay. ' Mw. J. V. Rogers, ha.^ returned from' BrniHton, Maii. Sutton's Vaudeville ot the Opori /ilousu this .eVcning. E. D. Wooan, a son. W, n. Morris nn�l~R. Kerr, have purchased the m'erry-go-rounrt. ; Thanksgiving Day has. been fixed for Thursday, Octuticr 18th. � . . � 'ifc, las. Smith of Black Spring Voi-l�y Wds in the city this week. Sie heard Sept. 5, contains "The Last Rose of Summer." A. E. Humphries aiid Jesse Walker attended the (Ire chief's convention in Calgar>- this week. ^  Mjts.. Palmer ot Toronto, has tak-im up her residence w^ii her brother-in-law, Wh�; Botsford. R. C Tanner of Stcttler passed through the city last week with a bimch*of horses for Montana. Mr. Hedtcy, of Toronto, arrived in .the city- this week to take position in E. J. Hill's store. Murdock MeKenzle was in town Saturday. He reports good crops ion his river ranch west of the city. W. S. Hill and wife were in from the Little Bow on Tuesday. Mrs. Hilt wen^to Calgary for a visit. Miss McKay of the Bell Telephone Co; left last Friday to spend a couple of "weeks with her sLster at Cranbrook. O. P^ Ashe, of Coutts, was in the city this week looking after the shipment of seven car loads of cattle to the old country. Miss A. Walwork of Alberta Col lege, has returned to her home in Lethbridga.-Edmonton Bulletin. M. R.arford and wife have returned from''a short sojourn at llan:i and Calgar,\\ ^ Miss Lundy of Oalt Hospital staff is s|>ending aNfew days at "The Rancho"the guest of Mrs. W. Stafford. IT IS JOLLY, "BIJV" JOLLY. Sheriff Piggott ofMordAi, Mai., was in the city on Tuesday and was shown the Rights by E. N. Higiu 1 Buster Brown 0vefcoats Boys at a^ ait arf g R JOHNSTON^S The Uun 4Jluli mnt Monday evening and' arranged to bold a ioMrnamont i.n Sept. t5th. Alex. Smith at one time Lilteral organizer for Ontario, liut now a Iaw:.ver practicing in Ottawa, was In the City yesterday. The Luse Land Co. brought in a special car with hourly 80 Und seekers on board on Sunday. They had tieen inspecting ftoine of the company's lands at Mugrath. The (itany mends or E, T. Saua-dt>rs will rcgrot to l^ain that his health Is not improved to the �n was in town this week on his w.iy to Upper Canada College, Torontj. He was the guest of D. J. ai�:^, whilu in town.-Macleod Qazctte. "BUY" JOLLV. IT IS JOLLY. Mrs. Uco. T. Wridc Is at the hospital at Lcthbridge, whciv she is ite-ing treated for a stoppage of the tear iluct. While the operations undergone by the lady ai'e r*ainful they ai� , not 8?riou8.-Rayfnond Chron iele, The He'rild is on sale at R. Sage's J. D. Higinbotham's and J. J. John ston's. In Taljer. Alex. Camipljoll, merchant, is the agent, in Caidston, Si L. Eversfield,' in Ilaymoiid, H. McDuffeo, In Magralh, Dr. ders. . ' The cartage companies have all amalgamated bi�t Jehn Brodia still at (lumness in the old R. San- is stand. Iioihara. Chief Perry has given T. Stubbs the contract to build a residence on the lota he recently purchased iin CraW. St. Andy Scott, who tias been In Raymond for some time has taken a position in the C. P. ;H. express office here. a�o. M. Chase recently brought in a ready-made cottage from Vancouver, which he will put on his ranch north of the city. "Th� 8nvi.t� that won't come off." Vou can gxTt h at Handford's. Rev. E. Harris of Toronto, , will occupy the pulpit tof the Baptist church for tlie next month. Rev. C. Pajiley is away on a trip. The Herald Js now tieing delivered around the city. Subscril�rs who tail to get their paper regularly should inform the ficrald. H. E. Miobach was out at Rocky Coulee last week. Hc_repqn|s that tlie crops -look fine. Considerable breaking is also'being done. Mr. Ford of the Sfationery Co. has- awarded the contract for the erection of a residence on the River-w addition to T. Odnutrk. V. Ry lands has purchased two lots on Crabb St. from Wallace and Hoselton. He will likely build a residence in the near future. Comfortable furnished room to rent. Apply Mrs. Wm. Scott. Will Moore has been in from tho ranch visiting his brother, B. U Moore who accompanied him on his return for a fever.s of the van ins labor organt/.ntions and all ing iiieii �scian Dpoiu Company -'Muriha," at l.fthbridge, Wednesday evening, Sept. '>. Miss N'ola sings "The Last ItONf? of^Suiiumtr." The- reserve seat sale for "Martha" which will lie prcsealod by, The Roscians, Wednesday Sept. 5, opens at Higinbotham's, Saturday, Sept. 1, at 10 am, Wm. Oliver, Cha, iiew district in tho Crowls Nese;Pi>is wilt have H. J. Mntheson, Blairmure Jas. D. Scott, Pincher Creek end Oliver E, Bailllo, Llvingetbne, as commissioners. The infant daughter of Ovo. ({ri-zak, aged nine months, ^ied Thui-s-doy mornmg, and was taken to I.�thbridgc the same evening for interment.-Frank Paper. Mrs. E. E. Reynolds and children of l.'oloman,'^ left this week for Leth-bridg�i to join Mr. Reynolds who is now manager of the Diamond Coal Co., near that place.- Blairmore 'Times. J. P. Fuller, manager of the Cameron ran�h, and Mrs. Fuller have returned from a very pleasant outing at Yellowstone Park. Mr. Fuller says it is, a w6nderfid place and well worth a visit. ^ \ fairly large audience attended the .Sutton Vaudeville performance at the opera house last night. They were much pleased with the program .\n entire chbnge of programme ts^^ night. The Sutton people travel in a private car. � .. IT IS NO JOLLY THAT IT IS JOLLY, BY JOLLY. The building permits issued so far this month are an follows; H. C. Chadwin, frame residence, 9t;000: .ID. Higinbotham brick block fia,- r: eA. Uiginbdtham. eBlargetnent -esidenco fl.fiOO; Chan. Bradbeer, brick vpneec rasidence fSiOOO. W. A. Hi^inbotJiara of Fhilodelpbia manager of the Sun Life Insurunco Co., for Pennsylvania was interviewed ut considerable length in one of the Quaker City dailies at the tinte uf the Valparaiso earthquake. Mr. Higinbotham who is a brother of .r. D. and K. X. Higinbotham, spent fivi! years in Chili and knows tife country well. / Tourist sleeping cars between Minneapolis, St. IHiul and Chicago via he Wisconsin Central Railway (tre now lieing run on the Chicago Limited Express train, leaving Minneapolis at 7:05 p.m. and St. Paul at T.-IU p.m. .daily. Forifurther particulars addrosa Geo. >H. Anthony, General Agent, illO McDermot, Ave., Winni|ieg, Manitoba. Mis.s Mary Kevin and Miss Eidith Hoskins of New York, have been spending the week with Mm, John H. Spencer. Miss Kevia formerly resided in the Hat^' The young lailes left today to visit Mr. Thomas Kevin at Lethbridge. Mrs. Spencer entertained on Saturday afternoon and on Monday evening for her guests.- Medicine Hat Times. All iiersons having accounts a-gainst the Lethbridge and Piatrict .Agricultural Society are requested to send them at once to W. A. Hnmiltpn, secretary. A hearty welcome was extended to Rev. C. Padley by the Baptist congregation on Sunday and twq very pleasant scrvicea..were hold, naorning; lind evening, "^re were good dm-' gregations and earnest attention was paid to the dlscoiknws.  The ^.^ifte from all sources, amounted to the goodly sum of >t20, including dile donation of ft00 as a personal giftf Frod Rooney," wife and family left Tuesday night on a trip' to the Pacific coast. Th�y will return in three weeks and later proceed to Ontario on ainonth's visit. Geo. Squirrel late of the Balmoral/will manage the Arlingt^ during Mr. -Rooney's absence. He will have full charge and alt Mr; Rooney'li business can tw transacted through him. At the organization meeting of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Saskatch-owan, held at RegJha, on August 9th. the'rank of Past Grand Master was conferred upon John McKechnie off Winnipeg, present Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Manitoba, and upon Jas. A. Ovas of,Winnipeg, ^and G. B. Murph.y of Moosomin," both Post Grand Maiiiters of the Grand I^>dge uf Manitoba. J. .\. Turnbull, who came hor> fiarly in the y^iar from Montreal, to take charge of mechanical depart -tnont of the Lethbridge Iron works, has rcsigned^his position, owing ' o his wife's continued ill health, and will retui'n Montreal. Mr. Turu-^ bull during his short residence here has made many warm friends acd much regie! will be occasioned at the news of hi.s decision to leave the city. Erasmus Wilson one of the Wash -ington correspondents, in a letter to the Pittsburg Gazette .Time says. One of the wealthy and prominent residents of f^thbridgw, a point fully 1,000 miles northeast Jrom St. Paul, said he and his young bride made the rouwl trip in oxcarts us a wedding tour, but combined biisi -ness with pleasure by taking a lq,ad of produce down and a stock of store goods back, The Last Rose of Summer, sung by Miss Lucia Nola, the tenor aria, "Ah So Fair", the boritone solo, "So Brown a Beer" and the contralto solo, "Cupid Rogae He Is," combined with the string ensemble number "In the Presence of Oiir Queen" make "M�rit�" Flotows uiuirniing opera.i which the Roscians will present Monday, Se|Jt. 5, the greatest performance at which this favorite o|)era company has yet been heard. Messrs. Blaylock aod Bergeron aro leaving High River for Calgary where they have Uken offices. Their departure from High River will be very much regretted by their many friends. However they will, be fol lowwl by High River's good will and best wishes for the success which they will no doubt meet with in Col-gary Mr. A. A. Ballachey purchased Mr.. Blaylock's olBce will move from the Lane block mediately,-Rlgh'Rtver Times, i4 lit Vive la Trades Unions-The tomb itone "cntteia ^o^�J^||^ strilie. Tliey refute to cut the above words on the hMdrtoaeof J a miser-millionaire because he was never-known to niWr Jb�B in a social cipacity during his long lifetime. , , Talking of tombstones, why don't yon get that phiA& yours enkirged in Crayon and handsomely (ram^, all tot 0 � THE NEW _ Have now arrived, along with the most comidete'ji line of unfrained pictures in Albertf^ are invitetl to look over them. Conoahian t ROBERT wm, wm THE PICTURE FRAMER ^1 1 DottUc Cylinder Double Acting Hana Forec m Its Special Fcatvrca Am: Tho only pump nuinufactured that has.^'HO leather suckers and miniriBs''no" |iaf water witli>the) as any of the so-cniUed: doubb^aoting Ibna pumps. By placing the cylinder and >rods'Ml opposite sides of the pipe, they vitra^pc;ji|^ balancet^; thereby mving half of: tlwifjpc^iv^ , the weight of the rods near y equals the we^ht% of the wate^ With one of thesa pump in your well'ordatefB''' you haVe a home (ire engine, as they can be nmde ready In^oM!^^ minute by n simple attachment for connecting a hoae, to ''t)iK>w; a continuous stn'am of water. , ' ^ ^ I have also stock pumps that will throw ^flont "ci water a minute. These^phmps to be iiMxliliiiCfreH^ 20 feet in depth. Cistern pumps of alt descriptions ooBstatitlf;^ carried in,stock. ' -> ^ By giving me the depth of your wells I will Jit up any the above pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc.^, so that; �tiy;\ No. 2.-A tine Boarding I|ou9e, location onwFoid street, 2 blocks vest of ixjst oiRce, the best location in Letii-^ bridge. Price |^M). }|. m. mcQlKdl ii'g(-h, laslinrg annbibion anj vigor to weak, IMelfrSs women, ^old by J. D. H'iAlnliotham & Co. T. W, McCrerey, 1). I.,. Adams,, Walter SiiiJth aiiil O, O. Xvigent, all well to do 'and entfirpri-iiing (armors of Hiawatha, Kansus, were . .hero: last week looking over tho coVintVy^ w tlh a view to making .some invosti; inunls. 'i'hey wurn chaperoned' on their tri|)s by II;, IC; Miebach,an old frieiiil and wro highly ~ploasod with the toiititry and its bright prospects. It is not unlikely ttat those gentlemen, who l'epro!)etlt^ n(>arly $300,000: ciipltal iinoy: rnmQ\w'^hpio and become permanent rosidunts.;' Malcolm Young, , the oihijr ^y, '1 was going over spiii^ old :hdr fl.OOi yellow sugar broiighi 20e a pound; etarcfcl which ^ brings ,10c now, sold at 9ac�ti m ;