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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta The CasK Store THE PUBLIC are appreciating our Midsunitnor Bargain sales-our last list causing (juite a stir among the women folk. This week we offer favorable inducements to tlie men. The prices quoted here will lie foun.25 line, for quick selling----|t.50 Men'* Foolwear Tan Calf Bluoher Bals, elegant stock, cdr-rect heel and toe, a stylish boot, 'regular $4.75 value, retluced for this sale at per pair......... ....................-13.75 A Hat Bargain Pur felt Hats, best American makei, medium and wide brims, colors, Beaver, pearl and nntvia, only..................................................................., $1.79 IT PAYS TO WATCH OUR ADS. A. Macdonald & Co Lethbridge Alberta FrctK Nc�L Spiees For PiAling Whole Mace (irotuid Mace Whole Allspice Ground Allspice Mixed Spice Curry Powder Black, White ui�d Cayenne Pepper JOHNSTON'S DRUG STORE A LOCAUtUDGET. Watch Kcan's Ad. .\. Ilolliss is on a trip in Winnings- Mrs. Foivl has hiam visiting in r�l-gnry. ThoK. Diirkin is siMwHivg a wock In f'atoar.v. Miss Oiivc DavifK i.s on a x^i-si'L 1o Winnipeg. MvH. C. II. I>anicl hds it-tiirncci from Montana. M. Ro.sse of Ulairmoro, i�'as in tho r.ity last week. On .J'lly 18, to the wife of W liau'c*ciit a dauglitor. Mrs. i'ales and daugfitcr wont l lOdmjhion lA�t week. New hay seems lo 'Iv iih>iit.ifal an:! ik Rolling at *7 per ton. .1. F. RogH^iN wont to Winni-!�ts tooiftJil to ransidor soveral 'byl�w-s. Mrs. liiimphrios is on a vi.^it to Mrs. W. l..> Skfonnlod I'oliw. P. Itoohlar, a farnvor from near T'ft'bor was in tiho i'-ity yoslenday. Sergit. McClellan is now in chaiivi! of tihc Mounted To!ice po.ii iii Pout Is. Church of Bnijiaiiid servicrs will bo lieVd at '^a^' to AVinnipi>K. .�\. I.. Warner of 1)ulut>h, was in tlK- city this woek. Ro4jt. Ibey of C'aivlston, was in the city during the week. Master l>hilip Miebadi left for (^outts on Satuivlay morning. "The smite that won't come off."' Yon can gvH 'i'l a't H�indfoiid'.s. TorringHon Pipe Oi07. General Suiwrintondcnrt Jamiesan of tiho C.P.U. was in tho city Jos' week. Insfwetor Starnes of tlic R.N.W.M. p. of Maclood, was in tho city on Monday. Master Ijawronce Vaismith left for Iho Mackie Ro^nch on Saturday morning. \V. R. Tlouk and wife of St. I^ouis Mo.i aro t4io gupspts of liis uncV-, Oeo. Houk. : Benefit Sale FOR FIVE DAYS July 26, 2?, 28, 30, 31 i G. H. Johnston I HTS PLACED HIS STOCK OF Boys* Clothing, Ladies* Costumes and Slurts FOR SALE, ALL PROFITS OVFR NET COST BEING FOR THE BENEFIT OP I KNOX CHURCH LADIES AID | ALL PRICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES To ivnt.-r.\ furnished coftwgc on C'ralih 8ti-c*.-t. Apply A. M. McQueen & Co. .1. Mierons, mamai^'r of l-he Steam Laundry has returnnd from a trip to WinnifJpg. Mr. ami Mrs. A. Sputhaivl an-d daughter went ea.s't to Winnifwg on Saiturday nigiht. Mr. .lohn Ilcrron, M.P., arrived from Ottawa on Thursday morning. -I'incher Creek lOcho. Riptey Hros. bougiht eleven lots 'in the �vd of the cily 'throuy^h liie (Ml. Itowman Agenc^y. Rev. .1. S. Chivcrs and O. U. Mac-Micking left today for � f,.-w days oiHing in the country. W. .1. Iliimmer, who ha.s Ison ranching near, here is now ba^i.-.'^S* niAn at the CM*.it. slatioo. Mr. Jla.v^hew, of t'arleton IMaco, On*., has taken a |m>�itiion on the (".P.If. o|ierating silall hero. W. .Scott, of the Xo. .1 groc ry .1)1 one recewtly burnod, is now in tihe emfdoy of the nen\ ley Co. JI. T. fiherry left for Ontario 'on i Saturday nifi>ht. Mrs. Cherry ac-coinpanlvl him to Winnipeg. ' Mr. ami Mrs'. Wm. Darling of M- n iri'al. wer^.the giwsls of Mr. and Mrs. W, n.'h. llai'iHe last wf�k. .John How.son of Medicine lla-t was in the city last woek. He will handle I>etoin't. Miss It.-'ss Stewart and Miss Cassie Wallace have returnod froiji a holi -da.v outing on !. H. Wallace's ranch. Miss Logan of Winni|>og, who ha^ been Ihe gues-t- of Mrs. R. X. Iligin-bothai", loft for t'he oast yestei-day. heiar I'r. 'J'orrington. Seciir*- yo'iil' tickets early. I'lan at Uigin'ioih am's. Raymond sugiar at the IV�ntley Co. Limited. Mrs. A. M. Moi�:k>n of Pinchor Creek, was a^gw****' �'t A- * McLean's for several days durini; titw week. Miss Willena Bruce left this morning for Let'hbriidg'o wheiw she will spend her Vttcaition.-I'ldmonton Hul-letin. Miss Eva .Steevos of Frank, >ro. Ont., On Monday morning. Mrs. .las. Walker atKl daughter. Mills Alin> Walker of Owen Soifi>tr| Ont., are tihe giients of Mrs. Walker's Hister, Mrs. V. A. .Smith. W. C. LiphttivR ha.s made tt decid--d improvement to his More, '.\y .^'Idi'ig a llf^auti^'ul and spaectod tihnt Hev. J. ti Hitghsoti aw-'l wife will return on Fri*Jay tto as to hear the Torrinffton Orgnn Recital. A cons'igtiinent of finest suit ca.*is .'ukI valises direct from manufaclur-er.s" in Milwoukfe hav�,' just arrived at .\. JCn.'iton's, .1. II. AI�.Tander, traveller for the Oourlay Piano Co. .fang a .solo in most acceptnlilc .style 'at Knur ;'hurch .Sumlay evening. Mrs. .1. H. Cavanah, of Polerboro. is on a visit to the West and will renew oW acquaintances in Lelh -br>dgio �>eforo she noliirns oant. C. F. P. Conyl�earo. K.C., .1. W. Kean and Elmo Fraso-r went easrt to WinniiJcg on Saturday night to attend t'he grand lodge of theKLnlgihtft ot Pyfhia.s. M. Harfoid rojjurtod to tilvc Herald an inalAncrf ot the i>oor mail ser -vice by referrtng to a letter from WeHa.skiwin, which 'took aix idays \o roadh heivs. D. V. Mott ot the Fernie I >dg?r, caino down on Monda.v to sec the la-cros^je inoitcfa. lOnnlorslljy, the man from P>i and has 'lieon conHnod in the Cialt hospital is improving. An Indian, Little I'ine, was scn-tone given on tilie even-^ ing ot that day. .\ ^rand oncamp-inent is also to 'bo constiitutod. Mrs. C. W. Oray e.xpects her sister M'ifcs Thody, 61 Saginaw, Mich., to arrive tomorrow on a couple of weeks' visit. She will lie accompanied b,v her friend, Mi.sss Slewai't. T'lie brickinaking 'gang tltat has been in the employ of Mr. Gay for .some three weeks, yumped the yob last week and hikod olY to Loliti -bridge at once.-Macleod Advance. There was a hot fist/ic encounter at Milk Jliver on Tuesday night be -tween two sh�wp ranchers. One of the men Ijears sitriking marks of his opiKineht's blows. Dr. Ci^ilkspie of Wallacebui^, Ont.., who' hq.'*^ been assisting Dr. Hewei -son at .Pinchcr Ciwk will Dr. j Mewburn during Dr. Galbraith's ,tli-i stance in the east. Col. O. C. Porter, news e.litor ,ii the WinniiJog 'J'elegram and formoiiy editor of the (.'algiary IleraWI, is e.\-Ijectev'l liere in a few d.iys to wiiU' up 'the crop pros|>ects. Reniem'lier that the Westeirn Warehouse & Transfer Co. give you as uiiiiSt ice as you it�(i�iire every da.v. A prominent Calgary j-eal estate man lioiig^it t*�n acres of irri'fe'atod land, south of the Agricultural Society's proi�eriy, througih the V. 11. bowman Agency-. Tlw price was #9ti per acre. Miss F.JIs of Drinkwoiler, SasU,, hos acceirted Ahv', posit ion oiVered her on Iho H'igli School-st�lt...Miss McKay of Lindsay hos also accopt.Hi the vocant position on the pitblic sciliool stall. R. S. Oourlay. liead of tho Goutlay I'iano Co., attdi-osstd tilw Sunday School of Knox Churub on Sun-fiay ofternoon. Mr. Gourl�y 'is an elder in Old St. Andrew's Pr,.s:i\-terian (3hui'ch, Toronto. D. W. McTavisit of the Intemation al CorresjJOJKtenco scjiool, 'wa� in the city last week. Hlo atiteriment or uncertain quaniity. He has been ac-knowlcdgwl to Iw l.'anadlu's gnvjatesl organist a.nd choirmaster for nuinv |.years. Friday evenvng's recital is .your l)e�l oiiportunity to hr'ar l;iiii. Mrs. P. M. l'am|�1ioll igave a very interesting pa|ier on the early history of mis.sifons at tho Ijeague meel-Ing last l''.i'i>ag;ue service this we.-k. .\iex. McClell.TH and wife of Se.i-forlh, .las. CQnipWdl ai>d wife. Car on and Archie llodgells' and wife if London, were ivx'**'*'�'*'d at tho Dallas on Monday. rh..'y aiy making u tour of the Wi*t with a view to locating. Every iwie wlio has ever heard Dr. Torrington pluy vill \m oit his recital on Friday evonin'it. And all those who have never heard him stiouKl attoml this recital so as to have no vain rwgrels afterwards. Plan of seat.s 'i.s ��! Hig>l�l!o4'ia'ln's.' Wm. Morris a painter, ap|M>aro>.1 before Magisirati> Humphries las.t wipek on a chai'gm of va'ffrancy. He lia> I lieen breaking into box cars in -he railroad yards here, llii was given 30 days in jail and six hours to get out of the city, when he is roieas^id. Fred SuHivan, a tin hpriifgauiibler, appeared txsfoi'u Magistrate Humphries on Satui'^lny chnrge(�.v�. in.iail at hai>d la'bor 'and w'hen he i.s; reUqiS)>d he will have six short hours to .iunip thf cily. II. M. Clvorry, city uudi-tor,- wlm has b.-'duct�vl at Mr. Young's �t 11 a.m. and Coixl-dale at .1 p.m. Vou can get tho liest and mo.'rt reliable horness at Horner and Hutchinson's. L'pholsterrng ot furniture 'dono in the most up to dato and satisfactory manner. O^bc public will 'l>c delighted to know that Mrs. McMicking and My. E. A. CunniDghojn are to ^ing at tho Torrington Recital on Friday evening Ivothbridge has never had such an opjiortunity to heor such a piHigt^amnte of music a" ^viM i|>o givon at this recital. j The UentJey Company Limited are Often to 'buy sotne good clean vltoiat sititablc for oJiickon feed. Guessing Conte^t^ $125.00 - GIFT Tatlie partjr who goeSset the make of this piaho (jnii Boldj I will give 25 pier c�iii|. discount from regular pricei,^ As consolation to thOMi who CAN'T guess the saine^ ^ prize will be given to the hnyer of one ot those splendid instruments. ROBERT SAGE THE PICTURE FRAMER - Houst of springs. Call nt the rewtdence of Duncan Smiith, Burdott street, if you want some roa'tly good ai'tict^is at a bargurvn. Oppontuni'ty only lusts a few days. Duncan Smith of Smith Bros, and Wilson, is leaving the city to reside at Rctvina and his removal, along with Mrs. Smith, will lie rogratted by the many warm /riends they have niiade in t4io �i'ty. Alex. Smith, of Fi^oink. will remove here and look after the firm's interests at this point.. MiFs Is.iilxd Cameron, daugihtor of the late i^ir Roderick ' Cameron, of Staton Island, who dii.xl in Xow Vork as tJhe result of an o|)eratian. haid a sister, Miss Cameron and brother, Mr. Roltert Canteron at Loth -lu'idgo. They reached New York .iu.*t l�ofore her death.-Winni|ieg, Free Press. The cai'lage. connpanies have alt malgainatod but .Tohn Brodio is atiil . at hu.s>iness in the old stand. \ Carting of ^11 kinds. Ice businesfi as ' usual. A Herald sU'bscril)er makes a com- 1 plaint that .some farmers on the east side of the river have put up fenceing built. .1. M. McEvo^-, K.C., and one of j the known lawyers of liondon. } Ont., and Dan. Mclntyre, known as: the "Cattle King" ot Mlddk'sex, vveiv in t'he cit.y this wwk, Mr. Mc-Evoy is wonderfully impresswl with j the opportunities of this country and ; thinks the time is close at hand when j i he ma.iority of Canada's po|>ulntioie Wi stern country is going �hoad like an 0X7 press trai'n at seventy miles an hour Rut no country is an FU Dorado. Gold is not picked u|> on the stre.^t.s of any city on this planet.- To bhoso�i>ding-4K)u.scs; so docs lOdmonton so do Regina. Jllooso .Taw, Jjotihhrklg anog Ru'blwr Co., called on "ilio H�'rald on Mon>:lay. Mr. I>ingiiian is an opt'iniistic and ol)�:'r -vent we.stonor. Ho predicts a gre�lt fu'ture for the west and he sa.ys there is jo.v in living in anticipation of Hk> wonderful, transformation that will fake place heiv> in a few years. I�thi>ridge strikes him as a rapi'dly growing point. In tJie .co�irso of con-ver.salion he c.alle'nl'ion to the money that coul'd 'be nia of a family of five jewelers who are lo-ca�o 'miles from town, \ mile from school house. T'his farm is admirably sittuited close to marV^i arid close to school. The land is easily irrigated and well supplied with latterals, fenceil and sub* fenced, a good reservoir holding water the year round, 200 acres under crop. 25 ncTes in hay, first-class house, bams and outbuildings. The improvements �iul machinery are valued iit $i]2(X>, whici) \vill be included in the sale at $2(> \)er acrer 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 wish to buy, buy quick. No. 2.-A tine Boarding House, location on Ford street, 2 blot^ks west of ixwt office, the best location in Lethbridge. Price $2000. ' j Just Placed [in Stock ANOTHER CAR OF FRESH GROCERIES Mi^koAoekict* Fruit Syrups, Lemon SauatK and Rntfiberry Vinegar, Chinese Pre�crved Ginger, Peanut Butter, Cocoa Nibt, Chriatic Brown V Co.'t Biaeuita, Tuekett's Club Special Cigar : iThc^ Bentley Co'yi Wholesale and Retail . Lethbridge, Alta.  Wriglvt are siieiuling their honcy-nioon in t'he lOasI, nnn jn tilto �luisl-nes� hi. Canwda. "'I'lli.." Bitf Vivo''. Writfht brotheis ai^- all t|eweU>rs, �nd jn l>usJness in iiw WeM CI' i% localofl at Fernie, B.f',; A, Mi,i at '+ Moili�ine Hat; B, W. at RoRthern. ' and F. W. at Prince Albert. 'B "v /;*4. ;