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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta timmtfmim The Cash Store MIDSUMMER Richt now when bargains will lie appreciated in 9ea�on�ble dry Rood* and footwearv Read the h�t and you'll Hnd here the lowest pricing in Alberta. Hosiery Spcei�U 100 pair Women's fast black stainleHs Hoae iiue qnaiity and never sold less than 25c, peoini per pair........................196 60e Tan and Chocolate Hose, 42 I-Sc Our regular iOc Tan Cashmere Hose, seamless and high grado gouds, at iM*r pair.. 42ie Summer Gloves at a Saving A big lot of pure silk Gloves, blacks, tnns, creams and whites, with donio fasteners, regiilnr ."^Oc and 0c gootls. special iier pair..... ...........................42k Shoe Specials Ladies' Oxford Tie Shoes, black and Tans, tnrne�l or welted soles, medium or high heels, priced for quick clearance as follows: tUtfiSOxfonls for...................... $1 35 $2,00 Oxfords for...................... W.fiO $2.25 Ox folds for........................ $1.75 $2..tO Oxfonls for...................... $2.0f> $a.25 Oxfords for..................... $2.(� liJ.iOOxfunls for..............:....... $2.75 Canvas Shoes Men's white Canvas Shoes, rubber �ole.s, regular 1.25, now.................... $1.00 Onr grocery department is supplieil daily with the best fresh Creamery Bntt^.r and strictly fresh I'^ggs  A. Macdonald & Co Lethbridge - AlberU Death to Potato Bugs PURE Paris Green --AT- JOHNSTON'S DRUG STORE. ~A LOCAL BUDGET.  I  BERGER'S ENGLISH : Paris - Green j  In I lb. Tins j Sparklet  Bulbs [  12 gross just received * I Wutch Kean'a Ad-Horry HowaiHl of IJIaiiiiioro the city. C. W. Oro.v vlsiti^l Hlnl^n;1^. McHmKly oil Ni�lson. XiV. wa^ in town la.9t woi.'k. Sirs. fS. Ili, waai in the rity lihis woek. S. J. Wiing ol Taljpr 'has hfen ai>-pointcd a *vn'ton. Wa't.r rnt'os s-houliil lie iiiaifrt cotitnet! on Trmtil) Street. Apply A- M. McQiii.n & Co. t��o. KoIsIk's of f'oaldale wan 'in town Siirwlay aiwl proaohorl in We.s-ley church. n. V. Mol't of tiho I'Vrnic l..�:Ifpr, ranie down on .Mowlay to.s-, ihe lacrosse in�tch. Mis.H Austin W'ft on Monday night.s train to visia fritwl.n in .VlM^rnotihy, Sask., an'rt Prnyion, N.I). Itememiber that the We.stern Warehouse & TronHfcr Co. give you sm much it-e a.s .x'ou re�|�iiro every day. I J.D.Higinlwthain&Co:  Wholesale and Retail  Wholesale and Retail Chemists U Druggists Telephone 49 Night �� The infant son of M. Popsuni nnk at Tahier, speiK Sum I ay in tiho city. Mrs. Hlfllain and childivn ar�> it'ing at the parental home in Ijf?th-�hiN'.lig'e.-T'oni'ie Free Press. los. Finliay. a ffjrnwr Ix-t'lVIJi'iirige rilizen come 'fk)wn wit^h t'he Cran-hrook excursion on Montlay. Veqrl.v oiglit hoi^iri-^d idollars was r'ollectoKl yPBierday for t^ho s|x>rls in coftueciion with the fall fftir. the C. n, Howmnn A�enfy tha -f\y W. C. Ives to a Wiivniitog mge ia Pra>irid Haco-n just arriv-od fresrti from Oinafia at the Benlley Conipnh.v, Limilfd. A. s and valises direct from' manufact.iir-ers in Milwaukee have just arrivi'd at A. Baston's. L. F. Honnell of Caitdston, wlio hits l�cen looking up the north cou.-.-iry pas.scid throug-h en rout* for li .s homo yesterday. H. Ti^nnant was in 'towti'tiWis werl.-. FIc an4)r.�ok catnc down with the excursion rn Monday. SJve was warmly wolcou.ed by her many Lrthhrid'gB friends. .\. I.. McKelvio rctumwl from nrand top. Pincher Civck Cricket Club are ca(n'in>;{ here to play liothbrirtge on .luly 28th, anvd all who wiHh to taki part in the matrh siiould try and get all the prai'tice .they . cafi, as otherwise they catttiot expect to lie selected. \u c.tcoi.'diljgly heavy rain fell at Oandston �nd along tlie'lVne tiorth yosrtertloy. Some hail, but no dotn-age dono. '\ Mrs. .Ids. A. Young of tothbridg*! is ill Kaymond this week vi^i'ting hor huslwnd's nio''!-.(.r. .Mi's. I�nrt>/i. Itaymond Chronicle. The bo head of s�icn Monday. O. C. Ives' divifii'jon as licon.se in-s|ioctor now covers Uie electoral ridings of Urthbriidge and Maclcod. I'in-chor Creek and the Pass lowns have t�ren placed under a 9ei>arate 'inspector. Dr. V. H. Mewbmn came up from Lethbridge yesterftoy morning and held an esamina-tion on \\r. Pole. Herron who has 'been laid up with rheumatism for sonx? time.- Pin 'her Creek Ear East Butite. Constable I.und of the R.K. W.M.P., scured the stock iK�ar (Jras-sy Ijake. W. 'M. Barljer fio-s rrmoveavies, Kenny, B. McKay, ft. McKay, Oo'tes, Preston, Devine, '. Calahat;, F. Cal-ahan, McEwaii. Johiison. .J(.s. Ryan, the Horace? Greely of the Kootenays, shfd lustre ur>on l.e'thbHdge witii his presence on Mon-d(i..'. Jose|4i K.van, no nerd of telling his nationality, wields the pc-n for 'the Nelson News ami was here to report t>be lacros'te match. When a pen gets into Ilyan's hands it pours forth iangitagc w^ith all tho hcauty amd music of a mountain St nam. At the literary nteeling of the Epworth Ijeagne last Friday evening Mr. T. Taylor gave a very interest ->ng address c.n Kus.siafn music and art.. 'IHie nu-otinR next Friday 'oil devoted to the stiwly of missions the sub.iecl tK>ing the early history of missions in .lapan. The st.udi's are vei'y inleres't'iii'jjf. Mooting to tie held In the Young Men's Parlor, the coolest place in th city. Itcv. Mr. Bur8v?ss of Stcllartjn. .\ S.. occupied the pul|At . of Knox church on S\inday- Mr. RussijII mot mnn.v ot his ol'l congregatiion here. He was )>art'icular1y plcafjcid with Ix'ihNidge and thinks it i.s one ol til.! hrigh*est and liest loulving places in the entire west. The public Miinarc caught his fancy. ai�d he thinks tins city would make a tire^t fnist-ako if it ever allowo:! that fine plot of latKl 'to tie, ut.ili/ed for ony other purpose. Mrs. Woollatl. of Walkerville, Ont. with Master Herb!>rt Woollaitt. has A. FleiniiiHif, forniorly in charge of th.-! CtM-hrane ranch, now of High ttivcr, �a* the gcie.�rt of iV. C. Ivcs on Tue.sdoy. ./. K. liivnton and \. P. Cole of libe city Coal Co. rwturnod laat even-ittg txom Lothbriitlge, wheiv they have tjwn Ol. a business trip.-Ednu>nton Bulletin. Raymond sugar at the Bontley Co. Limited. The City Council have granted iKo rAfuest of Knox church for the improvement of the sidewalk leadinjf to the chnreh nod for the abatement of a nei(fhbortn(j nuisance. 'lihe ('ity Council has left the piir-chose of seats for the jwirk with a committee. The co.st of iron �cat.s was con.sii'derod "too 'groat. .'Vn oiUr ot seats witili a'dv�rtisem:>nts Wds declined. \l the irieclting of the All�rta Lie-, cnac^d Victuai'ler'.h Association in Cnl-gary last week, C. .1.' Eckstorta-w.ts eleotevi second vice president.' Lloyd .\. Manly, ol Coleman is prosi'dLtit; O. T. Lun.ly o100 was $1. It is n-.w j TOc. On the contents the same re -ductioti has been m�de. The ra-te itn churches and schools is reduced fi-om $l..'.0 to $1.20. The rate on ret.iil stnPTS is roduced from S2..*>0 'to 2.25. The reduction dOito.") from Jtily 1.1. Alt Monday's Council mi9eti.ng Mr. McPherson propo��efi to give the dtj: power to voto on the debcnttire.t to l�e 'guaranterd hy it in connectiion with the woollen mill. This was to comply with the 'desire to have local control of the company. The issue woultd t'ben 'be of debenture .sitock in-steaid of ordinary debentures. Tlio oi'ty solicitor wan ankod (o draft the b.v-Iaw In accord with 'this Sf lie found no lejrni obst^aclc in 'the way. Among., Tho�. Cov>ll .1. G. N'orquay and wife. A. Doyle, S. .1. Mig*>ton. .1. Carroll ot Toibsr, Spenc.Young aitd Ernest Kimhail cf Raymotvd, .las! H. Schofield and IVtos. J. Moore of Pini*er Creok. A. A. Wright oimI M. A. K��tner of Feinvie, .Tack Haos of Frank. The people of St. Mary's a ^tatiaji nine miles west of Ijethbridge, h�vc applied tor the estohVishinent of a po.ft ity souls, mo.stly C.P.R. empjlJ.yoo.'i, niid a few ranchers at remote points huve 'also itentlerod cr.sons not ibli^-ed to perform the arduous duties a^i-plied to the s�ma, hi wouM still �p-I�ear that the little sc'ttlement, whose nio.sit pretentiptis e ing for. The .Souvenir China and shell goods are almost cleaned otit. (See the latest in Post Cards, of all kinds. Whnt iitmut that fancy shelf r Paper.----�.---------------------'�---- 1 ROBERT SAGEi THE PICTURE FRAMER Double Cylinder DoubU Aeting Htai Force Pbaip Tits Special FcAtMMS Art!  The only pump manufactureil tliat has no ' leatlu^r suckers and reipiires no packing or.> I iNickfH.] joints of any kttid. Always primed, for shallow or deep w�'lls. maple hanrlles, adjustable rorls. m�\ workiitj^. never freezes. These pumpi are the iMost tuttinfactory pnmps made, throwing (loiibhn.>by saving half of the fpower' as;; ~ , :  � ;''the:w th�� rods neary tH]nals the weight' of tlie water. With one of thus;; pumps in your well ..or eisternvi you have a home tire engine, as they can be made reaidy in onej minute by a simple attachment for connecting a hoise, to throw a continuous stream of water. I have also stock pumps that will throw 30 gallons of.^ watei u niinute. These pumps to be ustxl in wells not exceeding: 20 f(>et, in ilepth. Cistern pnintis of all descriptions constantly; ! carrietl in stock. - lly giving nie the depth of your wells I will fit up any of I the alx>ve puniiis, complete with pipe, rotls, etc., so that any i iierson can install them. I will positively place my guarantee i tmck of nil pumix* sentoiit. Si)ecial.prices to country merchants. C,MrCREY THE HARDWABE*�ERCHANT TELEPHONE ee 2 speclflis No. 1-480 acre irrigated farm, 6 miles from town, \ mile from school house. This farm is admirably aituated close to market and close to school. The land is eaaily irrigated and well supplied with latterals, fenced and'aub-fenced, a good reservoir holding water the year round, 200 :aoret under crop. 23 acres in hay, tirst-claas house, barns and outbuildings. The improvements and machinery are valued at $3200, which will be included in the sale at fSo per acre. The Yield of wheat less year was 45 bushels to the acre. This iis a bargain and will dotible in value in a short time. If you wish to buy, buy quick. - � " , .'^ No. 2.-A fine Boarding House, location on Ford' street, 2 blocks west of post office, the best location in Lethbridge. Price $2000. been 'the guest of iK-r daiight.-r, Mr.-s. | llanlV last week, Tl�o officers elected  - O. IJ. MacMlking tihis week. Woollatt, who has lieen Mrs. Mtic-Miking's guest for some time. will accompany lier mother to tlie T'a-ii'ic Coast awl later they will go to lied Deer. Trior to her (leparturc. Woollatt was entortainevd at for the coming year were J>r. OSul-i ^ llvan. Calgary, presi'dcmt; Dr. Aunger j  iMComhc. vice-prt^sident; Pr. O. I'" c Strong. Kdmonton, secivtary-treas - ^  Srer; l�r. Hoyle, Calgt-kry, l�r. Hnuv. MisB I \|^cknid, direotor.s. Among.it many niatters whioh came Ix^foi-e tlvc Placed t.lvi> 9wv%f�,nt.^ .---------- . _____ con- enjoyable ?oni- a dance 'by -et cliJb a't O'iver's i posted liilirnry �nd club liou.4o at- llanfl, ft has been .sugigie.st'.'>d Mwt tlie us.-ioeiation tniild a club house at the [lopiilar .Slimmer resort, where niem- 1 I! E. Beaitie, preKi>:lent of tbc C.ii'.brook Hoard of 'frade wa.r. Torring-ton is one of the noted orgwni.its of t'he continent and his organ in t'he Metro|iolitan cliurch, Toronto. i the fitik-^s't. in Canivda. IMs ivcitnl will afford on opportunity for th' enjoyment of such muBic a.'* is se-Vlow hf-arrl in our we.slein cities. 'yh' Stock tiers of the n-ssociatlon could spend Iheir holii'.du.vs ^luring the summer, and rt'l which the aonual conventions HOiiI'd lie held. It was also suggcstr iv.l that prominent professors from Chicago and other places .|>g procured for the purpose of g-iving a cour.intil the convention nest year. Tlw marriage was solemnixod very quietly this morning at St. Ocorgo's Church of Miss Kaithleen Cons'tance Foster, thind daughter of Rev. Can-( on avd Mrs. Foster of Cofeticookei. to Dr. Carlylo A. rortixms, assiLKtant superintetTdont of I'Ik-'- rrotestanl Hosipital for the Tii.�iame. \T9ivlii'n. The �erc^inony was performed 'b.v H'iS' Lond �''hip ni.shop Carinichael. \o invitations hfl'.l ilieen is.siird for tih'.> wotlding but the church wn* well flllind with friend.*! of the i>ride .n'ji'tl groomi.^ The lirl-.ln votNi hfr travelling suit n' crenni rnia'h silk, wi'th white lingerie ANOTHER CAR, oil niESH CROCERiEs|  MMkoAoekic*' Fruit Syrvpt, Lemon SqvMk mm| Z RMpberry Vinegar. Chinete PrcMnrci Gi�i$'� n�it Butter. Coeon Nibt. Christie Brown 9f BiMuiti. Tuekett't Cluk SpccinI Cignr vocal ntimbers on jhe pro�ram.n�'j blouse and creom sailor hat, trimm-will bo in keepitig with the hi^'i !d with |.'ink roses, and �*arriod a wtondand of the recital. The recital is being given under the auspices of the Ucthodlst Church, .|>oiHiuet of wm were una^itpnded. Directly after the �er�nony Dr. and mi The Bentley ^ Wholesale and Setai} , * Lethbridge, Alta. > X MrB. Porteous left for Lal�p Ch�mn lain, ond on thoir return wili' t'ake up their rMidonre at Verdm. Bel-airivcs ot.the hrkdo/and {[roonii present at the weM'ittd were Mrs. Tos-tcr, mottier of t4te bride, who wore'u Ghampsl:^, colored gown, with hat to match: Mrs. l|cNit*dJ of Leih i tirUiffo, Al(�'., : MiMter of ilihe bride.: was ffownod in white embroidery Wni* ? en. with whHo h*t, Mrs.. I*ortooiiM aiKl M'iNii PortooUH of.Kifwnton jm^tlip er and Rister o/ the'