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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta The Cash Store OUR MIDSUMMER SALE IS ON Right now when bargains will tie appreciated in seasonable dry "oods and footwear, tbe hat and you'll riud here the lowest pricing in Alberta. Read Hosiery Specials 100 pair Women's fast Mack stainless Hose line quality und never sold less than 25e. special per pair........................19c 60c Tan and Chocolate Hose, 42 l-2c Our regular Wo Tan Cashmere TTose, seamless and high grade tfood.t, at per pair.. 42-)c Summer Gloves at a Saving A big lot of pure silk (1 loves, blacks, tans, creams and whites, with dome fasteners, regular ")() $2.01) Oxfords for...................... *l.�0 $2.25 Oxfords for...................... $1.75 $2.50 Oxfords for...................... $2.00 $:t.25 Oxfords for..................... $2.(50 $;�..V0 Oxfords for..............;....... $2.75 Canvas Shoes Men's white Canvas Shoes, rubber soles, regular 1.25. now........t........... $1.00 Our grocery deparlinent is supplied daily with thfc best fresh Creamery Nutter and strictly fresh Kggs.  A. Macdonald & Co Lethbridge - Alberta Am oxoewlliigty heavy rain fell at C'atxtston and atottg the line north yoatpixlny. Homo hnll, but no dntu-ago do no. \ Mrs. Job. A. Young of LcUvbrldge. is in Itnymowl this week vis-Ming her hustwntl's mrN.r. Mis. Hat-tin. Hayiiinnd Chronicle. The body of O. T. Clifford passed through en route lo Cni-dsion 'today. I lie was -drowned while missing the Row river on Monday. K. C .1 affray of I'nrt Arthur, bought, CiOi*� head of sheep front Hnr-kor Hros. Neil Stalker for t'lu- I'. Hums Co. bought from Alex. Hubert son. Yon can get the Ix-sl anil most reliable harness at Horner ai>cl Hutch- A, Picturing, formerly in charge of tho Cochrane ranch, now of llitgh Hlvcr, was the guest of \V. C. Ives on Tuesday. .1. It. Hronton ami A. 1'. Colo of the city Coal Co. roturwwl Inst. ovon-i'tvg from IjotMirklgc, where they have been oi. a business 'trip.-lOdmonlon Hulk-tin. Itaytnnml sugar at the Wmt.ley Co. Limited. The City Council have granted the r�-|upst of Knox church for tho improvement of the sidewalk loading to the church wwl for the ahnttcmcnt of a neighboring nuisance. The City Council has left the purchase of scats for the park Willi a committee. The cost, of iron *c(Us - A1 R mm with advertisements inson's. Upholstering of furniture 'was considered 'too 'great. \n done in the most up to date and satisfactory manner. A. K. Moore, Manager Mac:in, iffi-r Wd* of the Hank of Montreal; A Hw'.l ami H. '. Keillor, were the Haywond people who took in the lacrosse match on Monday. (I. C. Ives' he ot-her day itihat trafltc on the road to I'-Ugbt Mile Luke Just east of-Hio city, was mode of Death_to Potato Bugs -----rrRE----- Paris Green --AT--- JOHNSTON'S DRl'G STORK  BKHGKRS KNULISH  :Paris - Green:  In 1 lb. Tins  : Sparklet  Bulbs; * 12 gross just received | A LOCAL BtDCET. Wutch Kean's Ad. Ilnrry llnwuiil of Hlnirmore s ' the city. ('. \V. �!ni.v visited III it t (-1iioiv- yen ti-clay. II M. Cln-rry nf Cnlgary niis in I In* City Tuesday O.Pk MclloiNly of Nelson. It -|m>inln from tirassy Lnkc this u.>.'i>. Mrs. Ilnri and 'daughter have joined her huMsuvd in I Vlmomon Water nil�v shoiikl lie |mid at on.-,, in oister to m'i'iik- ill.1 discoiiot. Alitx. Niv.-n ciml Mis-s Aiiiii"- N'iv-ii rcturniHl from CiiIk!ii-\ i-.ii Sn^uivfny. To rent-A funiish�-�l ci>Mtig�. Iliilub''s CimUIiiIi* wiih in town Sunday ami prenchi'l in NV�-> ),> church. It. \. Moil of lb.- l-'i-rnii- l*--l^-r, came down on Monday in ilx- bi-crosw ino-icli Miss Ausiin h-ft on Mtindny ni^htis tiiiin to visit frii-mls in Alu-nn't'hy. Sask.. hihI lirnyion. N.|>. Iteiueiii'lier that I In- Western Warehouse & Transfer Co give you ns liiudi ice as you re Drug^istR J  Thlles. .1. P., receivel a telegrnm announcing the from the building adjoining the town buildings 'to the rear of A. Soul-herd s store, where he will do Mil kinds oi carriage painting, anil will accept orders for house painting. Phone. 7A. A junior lacrosse team went to 1'ntnk last week ami von V.'oin boys there by �) goals -to I. Was not what the "Lethbridge Hustlers" won their game on. Well directed energy, with a little more energy thrown in, was the sole cause of their success, and they were only imitating ME. Catering to your wants from the best markets mid selling goods at a living profit only, has been my constant aim, and I am bound to pleitse yon. Of course a little horn-blowing is necessary at times, but I can do that energetically without turning a hair. Come and see another arrival of China opening up tomorrow, including the jardinieres you were asking for. The Souvenir China and shell goods are almost denned o\\t. See the latest in Post Cards, of all kinds. What about that fancy shelf Paper,------..... ..........------------------------ ROBERT SAGE! THE PICTURE PRAMER thu't nnk-ss the it rouble was remedied ! he would �o 'to law to compel the I roivd to 'be placo:! in proper condit -1 ion. ; T. K. IVtiteson has receive*! no'-i ice from tbe OrcMcntul V\rv Imsur - ' lance Co. of swee|*ing reduction In j ! rntc* for I*>lhbri'.1ge. On frnui'-dwellings with wood mIiIngle roofs. ' the rate )�er ?IOO was $l. It is tr,w . 70c. On the conteirls Hie Mime re - ^ diicMon hos been nt�,rle. The rate on i churches and schools is reduced from Ht.oO lo $t,20. Tho raite on retail stores Is reduced from *2.."iO .to 2.2"i. The rr-duetlon dates from duly I.V Ait Monday's Council nweting Mr. McPherson proposed to give tho city power to voto on the debentures to be guarantovl hy It in connection whh tho woollen mill. This was to comply with the desire to hove local control of the company. The Issue wotikl then t)e of debenture stock in-steffd of ordinary ies, Ken- j found no legal �hst In 'the way. ny, H. McKay, It. McKay, Oates Preston, IVevine, .1. Calahoii, K. Cut oIihii. MclCwau. .Inhnson. h s Kyan, the Morao- Cliwl.v of The Infant son of M. I'opsinn di�-.l i ers in Milwaukee have just IllKt W'H-k. The City Council w'ill onk fm- tenders for 'too fd the MrCill Universiiy muit i'iculat ion ev uiiiiiviit ion T Taylor purehns..d 1hr.-e lots en the Itiverview i�hlition from 1 Jt*' It. Howmnn ag�^j>cy. I-'. Iv Hrliie. mnmi^-r of llii. Es* stern Townships bank nt Tnls-r. spent Sunday in t'he city Mrs MilVain uixt ehildii'ii are \ is-itinK at the parental home in L-ili-licislge.-l-'envle l-'iw Press. .fits. Kinla.v. n fonm-r U-lbin f.lge eiii/en eniii.- ikown wii-h the Crau lirook excursion on Monday. Warty eight buii.tri-d dollars w:is eolbs'tisl y.Hl'-rilay for the S|tol'ls n at A Kaston's L. 1' llomiell ,f fanlsion. wi.,!�h'.-- -los.-ph Ityon. no n. in. 4>ack it Toons very soon. * The Hentley Company Limited are open to buy smut- good rleau vhcu4 suitable fur cliii'keii titsl It is uiKlersioiKl i lie O. W Ker Co. disposist of alwiiil 1'i.lMiO aer-> of land ail Warner to the Imidse.-k ,> j who were h�-re last week. , Miss Crissie McKay of Crutihr.iuk came down with the excursion , n Mundiiy. She was warmly wetcoii.ed bv hei many 1*-thln-idis�> friends. A. I. McK�-l\ie returned from Hiiindon Tuesday night. Owing ;o the death ill bis brother he 4lnl not Aniongut the Cranbrook |ieople who attended i-Ik- lacrosse match 'here on Monday were:-C. K. HcW awl wife, Hev. .1. 1'. Wes-tman. I-'.E. Simpson. ,1. l>. Thos. Cov?n a pen gets into Hyan's hands it i ' ,!- Norquay and wife. A. Doyle, pours forth language w'ilh all vh.' arri-..-d ! the Kootenays, sln0 nine miles west of l^t-bbrMge, lnvnj|> A very sad death this week was that of its- 17 months' old-daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. T. M. Kvans. The lis - I little one bwl only been ill a few I nuiny of his old congregation here. { piled to the sain?, hi would still ap- j lie was particularly pleased wi-th , that the little settlement, whose PomvI of I wo Hiil-tlell St. lots o\\ lied by IV C. Ives to n Winui|mI-oy was biiriisl on Saturday afternoon. Mr. o |) Austin condiirtivl the service. C I. Vi'ooiiMiu has dis|s:si Ill-ridge and thinks it is one ol th.. 'brlulueM and liest looking i>laces in the entire wesl. 'Ph*' public M-pinre caught his fancy and li>> thinks th'. city would make a great mistake if i: ever allowisl that line plot oi Inml -to t�e utilized for any other purpose. Mrs. W'oollatt, of Wnlkerville. Out most pretentious edifice is a : 'I-way depot and which dm* not r.vni even the familiar, sli�gle k-oitei.--.I store, has overlookinl the dread ;>e >li-ability of its so,m ls-ing pi.---1 � o4iscuriiy hy the removal ��' the Crow's Ni-st truck -li'les from St. Mary's. I�r. McClure ai)ieo.led a uus-ting of 2 specials No. 1-480 acre irrigated farm. 0 miles from town. \ mile from school house. This farm is admirably situated close to mar Vet and close to school. The land is ensily irrigated and well supplied with latterals, fenced and sub-fenced, a good reservoir holding water the year round, 200 aerea under crop, 25 acres in hay. first-class house, ltarus and outbuildings. The improvements and machinery are valued at $3200, which will be included in the sale at $2*i per acre. The yield of wheat less year was 45 bushels to the acre. This is a bargain and will double in value in a short time. If you wisli to buy, buy quick. ^ No. 2. -A tine Boarding House, location on Ford* Btreet, 2 blocks west of post oflice, the Itcst location in Lethbridge. Price $2000. KIU mcQueen * �o Mrs. C. It. Howiuun left rt� Dental Association at been 'the guest of her duti^hl -r. Mrs. Hanff last week. 'I'Ik- otllc.-rs electwd | day nght for a visit to her home , ,r MacMiking ,.(H,k. - j f,,. ,.,,. ,011|illg Wiw ,r [ Woollatt, who has liecn Mrs. Mac tivaii. Calgwo. luesWIoni; Pr A linger Benefit Sale FOR FIVE DAYS 12, 13, 14, 16, 17 July G. H. Johnston HIS PLACED HIS STOCK OF Boys' Clothing, Ladies9 Costumes and Skirts FOR SALE, ALL PROFITS OVFR NET COST BEING FOR THE BENEFIT OF KNOX CHURCH LADIES AID ALL PRICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES in I'nisley. Out. She was accoiu|inn jtsl by ln-r children aod her sister, Miss Miller. It. .1. Condon. PI..K-. ol Sti has la�en appointed District Surveyor and 'Engineer 'by the AMierta government. He will have his li-a I � top. I'inchet- Civ-el; Cricket Club are ciitiiitivi 'here to play Liethbridge on duty *J8th. litv.l ull who wimIi to tak- part in the tiiaieh should try and K*'1 oil the practice they - cad. ns otherwise they cannot ex|h�'t to lie selected. I! K. Heattie, president of the j Ci i.brook Hoiii-d of Trade wa.-. dowi with the lon-osKc 'team o�i M i >'ii.v |M- Hi-atlin has many fr'u-nds er.-is a pusher for f.'rnnlwook nil tbe tHue aiwl if there is any oth-v place on earth than Cranbrook, he'd 111 hoar ahout Jt. Miklim's Kuest (or some tim.-. will ; |lUl.olllhl, i te,..,uvsHlenl; Dr. t) IV accompany h�r mother to the fa-nic | strong. KdiiK.nton. �ecivlni>-tieas-Coast aitd later th-y will Ko to He I ,,.,.,.. ,,. ,,Wl. inK 4,-iit...u for d'.seuss.on was the pm- a dance by -I|> j popular summer n^sort. where inein-brklge on Momlay afternoon : hers of t-he assoelat ioo eould spend s during the summer, tin- head gail,. procuration! Ihe wose of giving � courne daily and it is ipieslionntile whether j of leeiuns. anh conducting a sum-letter ari'iclcR were ever rontritmKM j mer school ut the cluh hoim�. Thcvse lo any Canadian newspaper. Mr jJust Placed jln Stock ANOTHER CAR. OP; FKESH GROCERIES I Kiig.^.'�lions were Iniil over until the convention next year. Thv marriage was solemniwl very iptietly this morning nt St. Oorge's Church of Miss Kathleen Constance Poster, thltvl daughter of Hev. Can Acland will give his imptvssions of foltthrMlge and Southern Alberta in the course of a few weeks Ilr. P. II Torrington has written that he will In Ijethbrwlg- on l-'rWay. duly 27, on his way home | on avl Mrs. Poster of Coaticooke.. ons. assistant that dn.;e. tie will give an or^'tnn r^>-| Kiiperintend^ivt of 'the 1'rotest�nt oilal in Wesley churrh. Dr. Tori'tag - | Hospital for the Insane. Mfivlnn. Tbe | ton is one of lit-- noted organists of js>,.r..mony was performed by His Ixieil the continent and his organ in the|'. wrth white lingerie vocal nunvliers on the prouramni" hlnusi1 and cream sailor hat, trimm-wtll 1�� in keeping with the hij-ti with I'ink msps. and carried n s4n�wlard of tho recital. The recital j tw>iK|iiet of white roses. Both th is lieing given under Ihe auspices ofji,ride ami groom were unn-t-tendrtl Mftekoiiocluet' Fruit Syrupt, Lemon Squash aai  RMpkcrry Vincg�r, Chinese Preserved Ginger, Pen- \ | nut Butter, Coco* Nibs. Christie Brown V Co/s  Biscuits. Tuekett's Cluh Special Cignr \ ...---------------------   {The Bentley Co'yj Wholesale and Retail  Lethbridge, A1U.  thn Methodist Church. Directly after tho ceremony Dr. and Mrs. Torteous left for Lake Ohanvi lain, and on thoir return will take up their resKtonc� at Verdun. Hcl-ativos of the brkVo and groom present at the wedxling woro Mrs. T'os-tor, motlwr of U�o brWIo, who woro'a ubamp&bAQ. colored gown, with hat to match; Mrs. McNioJtol ol Let*-hrUtge, A Itn., sister of -the hekto, wns gowned in white embroidery Wti-en. with whito hat, Mrs.. l*orteoiiK and Miss roruvius of Kingston mother ami sister of tho grootii, wera U>t4t' in black.-Montreal Heraki. ;