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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 1.......................................i.........mmimmn A CLEAN UP OF SUMMER GOODS Price* put on all lines that trill turn then into eash quiekly. Space to men- ] tion jutt n few of the hnrf tint. Ladies* Cotton Rib Undervests tiudiea' Cotton Rib Undervests, our regular lines, and cheap at regular prices of 25c and SOc each, bill we have too many, bo take them away at each................................I7$c Ventilated Corsets, 45c White Summer Corsets, all sizes, our regular (SOc line, to clear at eacl.............45c Ladies' Cotton Drawers Ladies' Cambric Drawers, regular 75c for. ,60c Begnlar $1.00 for 79c Regular $1 25 for $1.00 Ladies' white cotton Night Gowns...... LadieB* white Cambric Shirts........... ........ 50c 50c, 05c, 75c White Muslin Blouses 10 only white Blouses, iff good condition, balance of reason's stock, special to clear each.................................Me Cotton Hosiery Special low prices on all lines of women's and children's' black and colored Hose for balance of season. See our stock of Misses and Children's fine America* Shoes, excellent wearing qualities and perfect fitting goon's, with style. A. Macdonald & Co Tlio Gun Club mot Monday evening und arranged to hold a lottrnanwnt on Sept, 18th, Alex. Smith at one time Mitral organizer for Ontario, but, now a lawyer practising in Oiinwn, was In tho City yesterday. The Lime Land Co, brought In a special car with hourly HO lan.l seekers on hoard on Sunday, They had lieen Inspecting some of tho company's lands o,i Maifrath. Tho many mends or K. T. Saunders will regret to hjarn that his health In not improved 10 tho ox-Ion t he would like and he Ik going to the const shortly lo recuperate. Hex Virtue naa ttte contract for building a two storey brick veneer residence for Mr. ltradhfcr, Sr. He has also about completed the hew resUlonce at the Irrli^utiou Co.'s farm at the .function. Tiie financial district meeting >f tho Medicine lint district of the Methodist church will be held at Maclcod today. Hev.'J. 10. Hughs.. Wood and wife returned to Kcginu Monday night. Mrs. John Nivon is in Calgary on a couple of weeks visit. W. A. Aubin, of tho Roliu'iro mil was in thc> city Tuesday. Frit?. Sick took a trip us fur west ns Cranhrook this week liev. Father Van Tighciu .spent a day in Maclcod this week. Horn-On Aug. 21th, to tho wifo of Olcorge Mcl>-an. a son. W. 11. Morris and'It. Kerr. have purchased the merry-go-round. Thanksgiving Day bus Itccn fixed for Thursday. Ortolan- 18th. Jas. Smith or Muck Spring Valley was In tho city this week. Sid Jackson of .1. D. lliginuoih am's. Is uway on a fishing trip near Cowley. A. It. AlcOuiro loaves for the Kusf Saturday night. Ho will he. atmy a month. K. II. Hull, of H. A. Wrifchls Jewollory store, Is taking a vacation in Hutto, Montana. He will later go oast to study dentistry. W. S. Hill and wifo were In from the Little How on Tuesday. Mrs. Hill went to Calgary for a visit. Miss McKay of the Holt Telephone Co. left Inst Friday to spend a couple of works with hor sister at Cranhrook. O. IV Ashe, of Coutts, was In the city this week looking after the shipment of seven car loads of cuttle to the old country. Miss A. Walwork of Alberta Col lege, has returned to hor homo In Ix>thhrtdga.-L'dmonf on liullet In. M. Harford and wife have return- ed'. IHginbolham, enlargement residence $1,500; Chas. Hrattbeer, brick veneer residence $3,000. W. A. Higinbothorn of Philadelphia manager of the Sun Life Insurance Co., for 1'cnnsylvania was Interview-fi\ at considerable length In one of the Quaker City dallies at the tlm�. vy leave next week for Kast  orn Canada. C. O. K. Xourso returned from Medicine Hat this morning. It is understood that A. fc. Moore is about to leave ltaymond to live in Calgary. Jumes lioruld Sage has Itcen transferred from' this city to Cranhrook. by tho CP.II. Mrs. C. W. Oroy and hor sister Miss Thody. spent a few days of this week at Frank. It. P. Wallace who was in W. C. vos office for a time has gone to OWs to practice. Mr. and Mrs. Moon* of Two Pot, Montana, are the guests of Mr. and ,,n,,:' i II. McDulYeo, in Magrnth, Dr. 1 tiers. The cartage companies Sail- ed from a short sojourn and Calgary. Miss Lundy of Oult Hospital staff! rho cartage companies have all s spendliiB a few days at Tho alnaifamati,d but John Hrodle is j Hancho" the guest of Mrs. W. Staf- stl, at business In the old staud. n1. Carting of a� k�nd�- ,ce huslnowt as IT IS JOLLY. -IH-Y" JOLLY. usual. Sheriff Plggott of MonlAi. Mai.. ' Mr. and Mrs. D. tiru.v went down wo* In the city on Tuesday and was to ljothbridge lust week and Mrs. Khowu the Rights by k. x. Hi^i,, Iflruy went into tho Oalt Hospital botham. (where she underwent an operation. Chief Perry hu* given T. Stubbs i She is doing rtno am.1 expects to In? the contract to build � ro�l(^nco on ' around again In a few weeks.-Pin-the lots he recently purchased ,n'cher Creek Kcho. CraW. St. i w H^.lamieson who colloclwl for Andy Scott, who in\n boon i/i Hav-!'ho sports committee at No. a. ro-mond for some timu has taken "a i i�orts that $100 was donated position in the C. l�. |{ express of-j this year. This amount is one third flee hen*. ,nore Vhan ever donated before and Ooo. M. Chase recentlv brought shows lh� ,i,M?,ttlil-V 0f lhe 'non ttl in . ready-made cottage t�Tl " couver. which he will put ,, ,,,H ! lor his work. too. ranch north of the citv j Joseph Nixon an old timer In Mnc- "The snrikj that won't come off- Bnd a cUiw" k*,1T" Vou ron got H al Handfoixl's I throughout Southern Alberta. has Double Cylinder Double Acting Hand Force Pumn Its Special Features Are: The only pump manufactured that has no leather suckers nnd requires no packing or lacked joints of any kind. ' Always primed, for shallow or deep wells, maple handles, adjustable rods, easy working, never freezes. These pumpa are tho most satisfactory pumps made, throwing double the amount of water with the same ease as any of the Bo-culled double-acting force pumps, liy placing the cylinder and rode on opposite Bides of the pipe, they are* perfectly balanced, thennSy snving half of the power' as the weight of the rods near y equals the weight ofthewnter. With one of thesa pumps in your well or cistern yon have a home fire engine, ns they can be mode ready in one minute by a simple attachment for connecting a hose, to throw a continuous stream of wnt�r. 1 have also stock pumps that will throw 80 gallons of watei a minute. These pumps to be used in wells not exceediug 20 feet in depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. By giving me the depth of your wells I will fit up any of the above pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc.,, so that any person can install'them. I will positively place my guarantee Specinl prices to country merchants*. c. w. THE HARDWARE MERCHANT Kov. K, Harris of Toronto occupy the pulpit of at Mrs.xC. it. Daniel. I. A. Macdonald. architect. I* on |chl||T|| fw ^ ^ Pajlley is away on u u-ip received a lucrative appointment ....... with the a business trip to Ululrmorc, Frank and Plnchvr Creek. Murtha In which the Roscians will lie heard Sept. 5, contains "The Last Hose of Summer." A. Humphries and Jesse Walker ut tended tho fire chief's convention in Calgary this week. -Mc# Palmer of Toronto, has taken up her residence with her brother-in-law. Win. Hotsford. the Hunt 1st '�lU ,f>,,lnK'' �" connection i nth HoT? !�^nd 'rr,lnk ,,ttCini- M''- Nlx"n,,,,t ' i Maclcod on Monday night to take up 'his duties.-Muclood Ca/otte. FJ. a Tanner of Stettlor | through the city last week with bunch of horses for Montana. Mr. Ilodley, of Toronto, arrived in the city this week to take u position in 10. J. Hill's store. Murdock MeKen/lo was in town , Saturday. He reports good crops on his river ranch west of tho city. The Herald js now Isdng delivered , . . ,,, around the city. Sul�Rcrll*rs who i Farmers attention. lor sale cheap, fail to get their paper regularly 'Thre* 1,1601 l*nkK- iU8t XM"S '�r �hould inform the Herald ' � wa,r barro!- ^l"10'1*' from ,15 II. K. Mlehach was out at llocky J0*0 TT.r, " ^ ' Couloe last week. Ho repon|s that |br,dB* ...... ..,,. tho crops .ook fine.  Conliorablo Mrs. Ooorgo Ifogei. ami hor breaking is also'being done ; dangler, who have l-oti the guonts %i. . . - of Hon. Uoliert and Mrs, Itiigors Mr. hord of the sra.ionery Co. \�,,oL da.vs. left last night for To-has awarded tho contract for the passed 1 erection of a residence on the Hlv view at it addition to T. route, where Mrs. Rogers will place 'or*ihor daughtor �t Miss Veal's school. back of all p>iuips sent out { All |H>rsons having accounts a-] gainst the Lethbrldge and District ! Agricultural Society are requested j to send them at once to W. A. Hamilton, secretary. A hearty welcome was extended to Rov. C. Padley by the Baptist congregation on Sunday and twq very pleasant services wore held, morning nnd evening. 'Vtocro were good congregations nnd earnest attention was paid to the discourses. The from all sources, amounted to the j goodly sum of S120, Including one I donation of Sinn as a personal gift. I Fred Rooney, wife and family left Tuesday night on a trip' to the Pacific coast. They will return in three weeks and later proceed to Ontario on a month's visit. Geo. Squirrel late of the Italmoral, will manage the Arlingtgji during Mr. Rooney's absence. He will have full charge and all Mr. Rooney's business can txi transacted through him. j At the organization meeting of the I Masonic Grand Lodge of Saskatch  owan, held at Roglna, on August Dth, the rank of Past Grand Master was conferred upon John McKechnic of* Winnipeg, present Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Manitoba, j and upon Jus. A. Ovus of .Winnipeg, and G. It. Murphy of Moosoinin, I both Past Grand Masters of the ] Grand l^idgo of Manitoba. j J. A. Turnbull, who came lier> . early in tho year from Montreal, to j JaWgvnS)@(86)g)rgeirg)g^^ tuko charge of mechanical depart - I ��2r$)$)!^ moot of the U>thbridgo Iron works. ' ______ ,--;- TELEPHONE 60 ft A 1 2 Specials No. 1 - 480 acre irrigated farm, li miles from town, \ mile from school house. Tin's farm is admirably situated close to market and cIobo to school. The land is easily irrigated and well supplied with latterals, fenced and sub-fenced, a good reservoir holding water the year round, 200 aores under crop, 2*> acres in hay. lirst-cluss house. Itarns and outbuildings. The improvements and machinery are valued at $3200, which will be included in the sale tit $2r acre. The yield of wheat less year was l*> bushels to the acre. This is a bargain ami will double in value, in a short time. If you wish to buy, buy quick. No. 2.-A line Boarding House, location on Ford street, 2 blocks west of post office, the best location in Leth-bridge. Price $201K). H. m. ITkQiKcn * Co Odmark. |-Winnipeg Telegram of Frlduy. R.nlands has purchased two. The letter boxes are to b: .dncei. lots on Crahb St. from Wallace U the citv as follows, on Wesiium-und Hoselton. Ho will likely build Kt,.,. ,.,�,|' immeiliuiel.v north of has rehigncdjhis position, owing o his wife's continued ill health, and will return to Montreal. Mr. Turn bull during his short residence hero the! hits mode many warm friends aril j lo u rosidence in the near future. Comfortable furnished room rent. Apply Mrs. Win. Scott. Will Moore has lieen In from tho ranch visiting his brother, II. Moore who accompanied him on his return for a fov days outing. II. T. Cherry has returned from his trip to Ontario. He spent a most enjoyable week at tho Mus-koka Lakes l�efore ho relumed. tracks, at the eoiiier of Mucb-oi ll&roncss at >!� corner Dnffcrin and Ashmead Streets at tho j '>�o .nly Corner of Glyn and Cnurtlund Sis A Lubor Day service will lie 1 a >! much regret will he occasioned at of i the news of his derision to leave ll.t.J eV.fll- Krustmis Wilson one of the Wush -ington correspondents, in a letter I" the Pittsburg Gazette Time says. in wes,ey ^\^T^or^'ow of tho wealthy am. prominent residents of J-othhridge. a point Ml- Sidijoct, ing- A s|ieei ,s,n will l�- Klven by �"e pastor lhe Dignity and Rewani � >y miles northeast Jrom raid, said he anil his young brldo Buster Brown Overcoats and Blouse Sufts for small Boys at ajrt G. R JOHNSTONS Next Friday evening the ! league will discuss temperance mat-tors. An interesting programme will lie given. lOverybody wolcotuo. W. C. Ives and wile left on Mun -I day morning on a trip to the I'ac-I ifle coast. They wore joined at Muclood by I-.- P- McNeill und wife. the , , ,.......� Meniliers of the Van i"' lor" n- �� - ��* **� tr'" '� ** * ,!�� �'"' i"V""a "' ^ ,ess with pleas,,,* by taking a loud F.pworth | tend. I FieUl of tin J. II. StulTord, .biff clerk ut IkmUnion Laud tUllce here has re -turned from a holiday to Nelson. It ('., and other points in thut vicinity. C. 11. Ilowman leaves" next wo�>k forcings his old homo in Nova Scotiu on u The reserve sea Colistuldes Allen a in II.N W.M.I'. deMTled Immii vhis post lust week 'I'bey seem to have got clear awu.v. Dissatisfied men are a weakness, especially in military life, nnd it is nut l.kvly Die departure of llieu nuuieil will give the uulh-uueasiness-Mm leod the orities any .a nee. The Itoseian opera Conipuuy in Martha," ai Ij-thbridge. Wednesday ovoniiig, Sep!. A. Miss Noltt The Last Rose of SunuiU'l' " t sale for "Martini" will tie preseuted by The Itos- j > uiilditig tour, but combined ; Hess with pleasure by taking of produce down and a stock of store goods back. The Last Rose of Summer, sung iiy Miss l.uciu Nolu, the tenor aria, "Ah So Fair" tho baritone solo, 'So Drown a Doer" and the contralto solo, "Cupid Rogue He Is," combined with the string ensemble numlx-r "In the Presence of Our Queen" make "Ma'iiw" Flotows charming opera which the Roscians will present Monday, Sept. lhi greatest performance at which this favorite opera company hits lieen heurd. stoves Wc handle the very beat makes. Be sure and see them before buying. The Central Hardware Store (i. L. VHOOMAN month'sivisit. Or, his return he will j which lie accompanied by Mrs. Ilowman und I claim. Wednesday >>ei>g ntobitioa nn | ! vigor to weak, lifeless women. Sold yet ! b/ J. I). Higlnbotham &- Co. I J. W. McCroroy, D. L. Adams, Walter Smith and O. (!. Nugent, till A, opens at Saturday, Sept. 1. J, If. Suge. of Jx'lhbriilgi', arrived in the city this morning. Ho will take up the duties of chief clerk in the freight department at Cran-| brook.-Cranhrook Herald. Mrs. Fred tOddy. of the South I Fork, went down lo lethbrldge one I day IttBt week ami Is now in the , Q�|t Hospital where she underwent Mi*�jMm'M�mi�W>�� operatiou.- Fincbor Creek Kcho. Messrs. Rlaylock and Ikn^or, ( ^ ^ ^ ^ leaving High Rivet where lhey have taken oltlces, Tlioir departure from High River will bo very much regretted b.v I heir many � �tends. However they will bo fol  Wm. Oliver. Chas. S. Hotchki|s of caresho.m. It. T. Oarker -J^,-j Wwr-m good will and bust wishes for tho success which thev will do doubt meot with in Cal- lood, have been apposed commissioners lor this district. Tlu now district in the Crow's Nest Pi** will have H. J. Wuthewro. IHairmuro Jos. D. Scott, Pincher Creek cud Oliver E. Baillio. Livingstone, a� commissioners. gary. Mr. A, A. Dallachcy has purchased Mr. Waylock's office and will movo from the Lane block immediately .-High River Times of lliawatlia, Kansas, were hero last week looking over Die country with a view to mukiug some investments. They were chaperoned on their trips by II. K. Miebach, nn old friend and went highly pleased with tho country umJ Its bright pros-poets. It is not unlikely that, those gentlemen, who represent nearly $200,000 capital may remove' hero and beeomo pormanunt residents. Malcolm Young, tho other day, was going over some old hooks, quo of which gave the prices charfMt for groceries when he.was in buslnes* at liattloford twenty-five years ago. The illiTeronco in prices are worth * noting. Flour sold then at 910 a -suck> of 08 pounds: white sugar sold at 25c a pound. Now we get it �t 11 pounds for SI.00; yellow sugar brought SOc u pound; starch which brings 10c now, sold at 25c a pack-ago then; nuuuronl at "35c then. 10c now; condoiisod milk 8 now; matchea 10c a box then iSe now; corn 5fl� * >; tin Ibnn, 15u now; tobacco ��W *ti(| �0c a ppu"nd then and *UM r*t*U|.�|'W; that figure. ;