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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta MACDONALD'S CASH STORE Wo linvB 9o many thinpts wn would like tojalk ai)out, so innny new tliinpcH foming ln)iio n�in'>)cr is 180. O. C. Croploy is building a rosi-(Ipucc on CUyn Strerrt. Worn-On Momla.v, Kovcnvbcr 12, to Mrs, Porcy a, son. Poylo, charged with tho muiilfr at Mordon. wa.h aoqiiittwi. Win. Wood of Mn�ra'th sold tlirou hog;s this week for 825 onoh. Suirar b��ts arc to be grown in the Calgary irrigated district. Mr. G�ar has niovtMl in from hi.s ranch und i.s living in the oily. ,T. Mclntyro of tho Circle nan'Jio has gone to Saskatoon to locati;. Dorn, on Xovemtjer 0th. tu fhu wife of C. C. Cragg, M.D., a son. I't 'ifi understood tliat the Xorth  era Itwnk will .soon open a bvan-h hero. Jtildrcd, the infant daugliter of Mr. awl Mrs. tico. Perry. di�l last, week. , Col. Mackio of Milk River, mwdi; a sliipnwnt of 900 cattle on Saturday. AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF Hof Water iiottles and Fountain Syringes THE BEST that money can buy at JOHNSTON'S DUt'O STORE r.iiy your baled h.iy from .\. Kas-tori. Wanted,-Girl for light housework. Apply Mrs. K. .J. Hiil. Robt. l��y of f.'ard.s^ton has been iindor medical treatinenl at tho hospital. Ernest White was lined SCtOO I y .Sufwrintenflent Wil.son for being drunk. 7"hc br.dgo across the i'iver 'is to l�c re-tiirjlxsr�l at onco. The tinibei-has arrived. "Jerry from Kerry" was playcKl at th^ opera house l>ei'ore a big crowd on Tuesday rfight. Tt is runioivd that John .X. .Silver of Raymond, may soorj take up his residence here. Mi.ss McDoug'alt is on an extends I visit to liethbridgiD, and is the gii.--!it of the Misses Kenny. A. G. Lucas of the Uank of Com-nnorco will go to the lOdmonton cf-lico in.stc.ad of Calgary. Tho local force of the R.X.W.M.P. has been inciv?ased by five now constables from Rogifta. The Wosti,'n tho mtest of "Mrs. K. t*. Reeve lor some titne, tcfi last week foj- l>cr home ii St. Paul. W. S. Short and W. P. Walk.jr, proprietor of lh� As'toria hot3l, High River, were in the city .ighing 8J poimds. it �asj ' raiswl on unirrigated land by K.lt. j I Harrop of Magrath. ' 1 The laundry delivery wagon was upset in tho ditch near Mrs. N'ed-ham's house on Saturday night. It Was considerably damage*!. A. E. Philp of the Milk River C.it lie Co. was in the city on Tu�dfi.v on his wav t'o Medicine Itiit to look j after a s'hipment of cattu?. The transfer of T. R. Miller, local C.P.R. telegraph agent to Calgary took offcct this �veok. Mr, Miller leaving the city on Monday. Ma.yor Rogers told the llcraUl yes- terday that ho simply could .not | ni;k from RrifiKh Cobimbia. W. M. Uarix-r is going to Tabor an.l win carry on tho painting li'iisi-ii?ss there. i M-! ped 11. cars of cattle from Cardstmi j last week. G. I,. G,auvr,mn of Calgary i.s m iharire of the C.P.R. t.^legraph otHce horo for a month. The I'lnipiri.' building and land was puri-h.-vsc'd b,v v. h. Uanies. It will I-Hj used .as a labor hall. Window cards "Roonife to-Ifconl" or 'House to Rent" can bo ha cents. .'\riss JfcT^eaii who has lieeii t lie guest of .Mrs. Geo. R. McKa> loH for tho east on Monday night. Mrs. Allan Korr and family leave on Thursda.v for Edmonton, where Mr. Kerr has l>ooii all summer. .1. F. .Stewart, si>ent Stmday in the cHy with his wife and dauglit->r. lie left on ^lonriay for Caliyary. J. W. Martin, IXuninion I-iands Agent, wont to Ottawa on Mon.lay night. Ha will^jc away n month. Geo. Ilardie of Winnipeg has t.akcn a position as clerk in the drygoods dopartraont of the Hudson's Bay Co. i dent Wilson. M.achines rent�l by the veek" or | f'^thor Van Tighen'p.aid aj month. Singer Sewing Machine Co. ' monthly visit to Coults .this week.. i Two .services are tcing h�-?ld vjiere| monthly now, the Rishop of Helena! Mr."*, C. R. Willin.i�sv. (ialbraith's on the south. Government Roller Insiwctor Iliir-ton fined Mr. Crin'ord of Cardston ^Ji"> for engaging on his threshint? laacliin;! �n engineer who did not possess a cortificato. The ong.n->er, Uoy Wright, was fined SIO. \. }.. i'ostor of .SourLs, N'orth I>a-kola., was in the city lust week. i�e has hotight considerable land near tho Silver farm. He is going to (ring a steam plough up in the spring. He ex[)octs to locate h.'n.-with his fatn'.ly in a few morjlhs. Th.' necessity a f more -olTice accommodation and homas for our now citizens is becoming more appar:>al daily. One gBnilemar. s�ggestcHi(;inhothaiu building and broke a rib. is taking action .laain.'Jt the cit.v. .1. R. Stoarns of Monti-eal, has taken tho po.s'itioii of lodger-keepor at tha Rank of Montreal, succowliiig Mr. Keith, who !is rcrturning to oast. Chas. MuDnug.tll was in the city from Wotaskiwin last week. He was accompanied by .T. C. McKay und they wont south to Montana to buy horses. tr.'tnsporting thrfr drodg'ing and grading apparatus for the canal (o tie known as the "St. Mary canal." �VII that the Provincial Government is a.ski;d to do is to drive �'.he .piles ; and attciwl to the work of con-itruc-jtion. All else will Ih; done uy i.he i'. ! S. reclamation service. , If you arc thinking of purchasing a sewing machine we can give you the i A very line ornament is on view in U. A. Wright's store. It ;s a buffalo horn, brass gilded, mounted on a bronze orbamont. On tho r.orn is 0 shield, Ijcaring the engraving, 'Presented to t/othbridgo Lacrosse Club by the Ijothbredge Brewing and Malting Co." The engraving is >o ] splendidly done anti was the work of H. E. Hall. Tlios. Morrow ropro.scntat.ve of the Don.y Varden Shoe, was in iha city this week and appointed A. Southard the agent for Lethbridge . j for this stylish ladles shoe, which It is mQre lhan i4kel.\ that dis - has a reputation for good appear -triet courts will he established in anw all over the continent. The AHierta before unoHior y>ar is end- ; DoU.y Varden is a d^'niy shoo fo ttt. Lethbridpo will then have a : dainty women and is bound to t� resident judge. , popular, aniongst the ladies of I^th- CommSssjonor Perry of the Jl.X.W bridgss and distr.ct. Fashionable M.P,, Regina. on hi.s way from Cnl- i boots always appeal to tho ladio.". ifornia, spent a portion of Saturday in the city, tho guost of Suiierinton- of this city. Mr. Southard informs the Herald that he will have the largest and best stock of ladies footwear in Southern Alberta. Mr. Glaspoy of Iowa City bought nnothior section of land near Coal -dalo through the .\lljerta Realty Co. . . i The local Oddfellows will go to Taljer noxt Wtvlncsd ; I eaj*t of tho Silver farm. I L. P. Grady of Foley, Minn., has \ i located at Wamor and will enter in-; I to partnership with I.�fllngwcll and j i Egan. Mr. Grady founded several ( private bank.s in Minnesota and al-! so engaged in tho general store bi.Pi- ! I noss. ; At Wesley Church on Sunday moni- ' j ing the pastor will preach a special j j .sennon to the roennber/s of (the local ' ' court of tho Ancient Order of for- | i renters, who will be present in a j I Iwdy. In the evening the sitbjnci '�� be "l>oing Our Best. " I The members and friends of the I Baptist Church will tender a re -I caption to their new pastor Rtv. j Wni. Rciccn added to the fiiio lot of poultry alrearly at tho farnj. Call and see the latest sewin^; machine at the Singer Store, F..rd Street. C. E. RurgesR, .lohii G. Fletcher, and J>!Vi Elzoll, all of Rogers, I .Vorth Dakota, were in the city lh..x week. Mr. Rurgess Innight someland in this di.strict tioarly a Vt^ar ago, ;and his two frionerfectly balanced, thereby fi>aving half of the tx>wer' as the weight of the rods near y equals the weight of the. water. With one of thesa pumps in yonr well or cistern you have a home fire engine, as they can be made ready in one minute by fi simple attachment for connet^ting a hose, to throw \ a continuous stream of water. I have also stock pumps that will throw {JO gallons of. water a minute. These pumps to be used in wells not exceeding 20 feet in depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly  tarried in stock. By giving me the depth of y6ur wells I will fit up any of the above pumps, complete with pipe, rodp, etc., so that any {jerson can install them. I will positively''place my guarantee iMick of all pumps sent out. Specitd prices to country merchants. C. W. GREY THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 Business : Snaps ALL WITHIN Ih BLOCKS OF POST OFFICE w. I mumm Lethbridge Opera House TO-NIGHT 2 lots Foi\l street*.................................. *(K)0 2 lots and small sli^ck, Redpath street................$700 2 lots and house, Smith street.......................$1700 2 lots Smith street.................................$800 ?> lots Smith street, on corner................'.....$15,000 ;{lots, Smith street, on corner.....................$22,000 Residenti&l Property 4 lots 100 X 125 feet, 5 roomed frame cottage .. $1100. terms 10 lots, close in..................------i...... $5(.K). terms JO lots, buildings..................................$1200 2 lots and 5-roomed dwelling............$700. easy terms .\VI) To-Morrow Night VM.SniSV'.s J�t'.SlC.\Ii_ 0omp.\NV Present injf f'annda's Kavoritu Comwiian Clftud Amtden And the churminnc song bird F'mv, Life and Accidentlnsurance: Live Stock and Indemnity Insurance. .This is something Ull stock men need. See us' rjTANK T next y�ar. HaccI Dftvcaporl s in tho and tho **Oov�raor't Wife" Seats on sale at t|lginbotham's Drug Store. � %�' t.Mudiitinc Itat Now-s.) j Tho Ijeihbridge Ilcraid ban passoil its first niilostono. It is a credit �� ablo fihcot, and puIar compan.v of Jul)d.>n Singers with their plantation aotitr.n �nd melodies are to appear ia'Wes- tho Ijyenum loy Chii ch nojct Monda.v th� first mtmhor of.-Coursp This company hfiv!3 Singers nro always popiiiair,^ foltt th.Ksti will pvrtd all mothers and .'trill' W doubt dr.vv a crowded house.,'o' Subscribe for ibe I^rjtld.^ Ml ;