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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta A. MACDONALD wcar garments. A full ear of Oroecrka, fresh Caaned Vegetables and Fruits, Jams, Jellies and MiMwalades, Evaponted PeaeKct. Pears and Aprieots. Skirts at $5.00 All-wool Tweed Skirt, correct cut, tiiib tailing, newest cloth designs, sjicciul at.. $A.OO Waists Silli Shirt Waists, also fancy waists with lace yoke, white, ivory, sky, black. $.3.00 up UNiDERWEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDiREN, EVERY DE8IREABLE KIND. PRICES TO SUIT ALL. STANPIELD'S UNSHRINKABLE UNDERWEAr-lHE MOST COMFORTABLE. DURABLE AND SATISFACTORY Ontario Apples by the Barrel or Pound JOHNSTON'S PEaORAL BALSAM KING OP COUGH REMEDIES 25c iDd 60c pel BotUe JOHNSTON'S DRUG STORE A LOCAUtUDGET. Wfttch Kean't Ad. AnKus Itoy is hack in the ciLy again. llorii, Jo Mr. arid Mis. IT. AIucli -'.h u SOI|. .1. it. .Shcanr �iis at Tnlior (ivt-i-Suntliiy. II. fj. Owuii reliii'itccl on Sutiiivlay froH!. TVikotn. Two weeks from toilay is -Thanivs-givlng Day. Aid. poolcy was down from Ca'.-^ry this week. D. A. Smith is noiv the loader of Wesley Churcli choir. Miss A. Tiffin has returned from her viiiit to Prank. K. A. runninghnm is away on a IripUo Nelson. H.C. Mrs. Fred Kirkhain has retiirianU is about to ot>cn a branoli ' hero. .T. r. HamiiVton of Calgury visitc'l his brother, W. A. flaniilton over Sunday. Harlow CumlKirland a leading Tue.sdtiy. S. L. I'^ersfiold and family Wi'nt .��ioiith to Caril.ston on Wwlnesday iiiorning. Ucv. .1, S. Chivers and Mrs. Ch'v-urs hiive roturned from a visit to �Jluose .law. W. C. ivi-H boiij-ht a lot on .V.shi school board. C. V. Hennett, clerk of the court, is nrciii>yMig an oflice on the ;ir.st floor of the Southarfl block. G. M. Hatch and V. K. 0. Ijowc were elected menjiers of the lV>ai(l of Trade at..last ni/fhts nK-ftinsf. W. V. .STimmons, M.P.P.. left this inorniiiK to'^atten-d tlie hami'uet to Hon. Frank Oliver at KdnionI mi. Itipley I'.ros. sold (Ihw lots nt the lorm-r of lledpatli artd lOni.-i, Sis. throuirb the C. It. Itowinni.' Mi,cii in the cit.v. .Mr. Conant is a {laKnt- Copt. Johnston of Moilicine Ilat, imsHcd throitgh the' city Tucsilaj-night, on his wa,y to the Macleod races. Miss Floix�nce Itobiri.son of Provo, foiinv?i-ly teacher the White school h|K;nt the week end at .Mrs. II. Tiffin's. Miss tiarcltt.v, who has Ijoen tiie Ktiesl er, diivrtor of thu Conservatory of Music, has taken the leadv-!r.ship ��( the choir of Kno.^: Church. It is likel.v the new sidewalk on nuwlett St. will be e.vtemled aU ff? the west sUle from llcdpath to Hom-pas St. If you raqiuire fall goods it will pay you to read over the ttu. Austin preached a very 4'c-ccptable sermon in Wesley Church i.n Sunday morning in the absence )f the pastor. " ' The City Council htis deeded la lay water mains on Mackay, Nlvcn, Macljeth and Hallway streets in '.he N'orth Ward. The waterworks anfl eleetitc light by-law was votetl on in Cai'ds.on last Thuiwlay and civrricd liy thirty votes to 0. Harry IV-ntley is the Chief mogul. :n Daysland. He has just l;een elec-i tetl chairman of that town's first ,mead Stn^rt through the C. ft. Jlow-Jimn AgeiK'.v. The annual harvest festival of F-t. Augustin's church will iH^-hcld on Sunday night. .1. W. Woolf. M.P.P., Cardston. was in the city last evening on his way to Calgar.v. 11. A. Wilcox of Tabor was in the ril.v on Tuesday, lie hns .iust ve-tiirned Irom IHah. Mead up alioirt the Westminster .Vbbe.v Chi/ir who a|i|>ear in Weslt-y Church, Oclol�>r 2'lth. ! Mrs. Keivi!!- ami her son. Hen, returned to the city frtuu Moncton. _\. II., on .Sunday night. K. J. McI.X)nnun has awardfMl Ilex Viflue, the contract for a new residence on BurdDtt St. .�\ l.'irgv punvber of Mormons went to Salt Lake City this week to .it tenitaI Aiti will nvet at Mrs. Oeo. Hogcr's on Suturchi.y afternoon at four o'clock. ... * ***** # i A NICE GIRL GOES WITH EVERY 20th CENTURY BRAND SUIT OR OVER- COAT YOU GET THE SUIT OR OVERCOAT HEBE. AND THE OIRL AFTERWARDS -^IF YOU DON'T JT ISNOT THE FAULT OF THK CLOTHES. BECAUSE THEY'VE DONE ALL THAT CLOTHES CAN DO TO MAKE YOU A WINNER.----------- I The Bentley Co., ud. Wholesale and Retail ) Telephone 33 Prompt Delivery The Citj- Council has agreed to put down d concrete walk in � front of .J. J). Uigin430thum's n^-w bbck on Ford Street. ' A.Ji. Trolle of thcj Pacific hotel C'oleman, s|ient a Taw ilays wit Friiy. Sick, Ue was on his way back from (iermany. II. .\. Driggs has pn-sontol a sil-, VIM' plated gong to il�e Ma.sonic oi'. jder. li la view in W. .1. .Vrin-1 strong's window. P. .Skou.son liiiK thr.'shed II.OOO t>\ishe!s of wheat a\i'i-at,*ing :!2.1 I.ti.sJi els |�r acre. His mils run .VI to 57 bushels per aero. Inspector Koutludge of .the Ii..V.'>V, M.P.. Rcgina, was in the city thlis week. He Jias only rocentlj- returned from the Yukon. Chas. Tilford of Coliourg, Otrt., i.s the guest of hix daughter,' Mrs. F,. \. Wakel.n'. He vvill i'omain hei\! until after Christmas. Major Belcher bought five Iol� e'.d a buililing on Bwlpnlh St. ooloiijug to the Clark estalo. throut>h the C. H. Bowman .\genc.\. lloy Williaujs who has been with K. J. Cook of the Kden Best Poultry Farm for scvei-.�l nwnths leaves this week for Stralhcoua. lAst Thursday evening K�v, .1. 10. Hilghson united (i'^o. Todd and Miss .\Ucc Fraser. both of Lcthbrklge. in the bonds of matrimony. At the Methodist parsonage on ilie [evcninit of Sept. ;U>ih, tJeorge Firth {was unit�I in nintriage to Mi�.s J.ilu ! Hilsoii li��th of I-ethluidfiw. .\ld. .\danis has purchased eleven lots on till! sotilh side ol" the CP.II. ; track opjioMto the elevator. He now o�'Ms 17 lots in the city. Wm. 'Hctidorson saw tl-o f-ieat |o�ldfellows procession in Toronto, jForty thousand wore on |mliil'3 (i'.'lf ! he .sa.vs ii ua.s ii nomlorfiil >.'(.Iil. ;f. W. Uabbili of Hiawatha, Kan-s.ts, ft heavy land owner in lownshiii 12. r.-mgo 22. wiis at Ihh Wincls..)r this week . ThoR. Jieivton. a resident of i.eth-bridge in ISS'i, liirt now of Kholt, H.C. was 'in the city last week. 'He luKHiecn iiltending the Spokane (eir. Miss MolVat returne-.f on Wodiies -ila.v from vi.si'ting Ijethliriilge tiid poiitls north. She was met at flab;,,' .1 unci ion by her father.-(laidstoiT Star. Hev. .f. W. Morrow of Meilicitie Hat. lueachefl at Knox Church on Sunday, Rev. A. M. Gordon wa.s at Medicine Hiit conducting anniversary services. .1. W. Keon & t'o." are putting a two, stiU'cy..^ brick addition to their liuihiing on Ford St. The increasing demands of their liuAine.ss make'lar-ft^cr fpiurlers necessary. Henry X. Somsen, of Xewulm, Mini.. was in the city this ae.'i;. � looking after his ii>al estate Invest - j menfs here. He is niuch gratifieii at the growth of the city. Ladies, if .vou newt a fresh supply of calling ciarfls. oi- require n�n.^' neat invifntion forms for dances or at homos, ivmonvber the Herald .Ti>b Pe-liarlmont can supply your newls. . Rev. J. K. Hiighson left Monday morning (>n a fl.ying trip to the coast in compan.v with his father-in- i law, Wm. Miiniis. He will i-eturn in time to take his .services ne.xt Sabbath. Wesley Methodist Church will hold its anniversary services on Sun -du.y ami Monday, Oct.' J-lth and J't. Ucv. Prihcijiul Sliarling of Wesley College, Winnifieg, will b,; the preacher. One of the Herald'.s regular readers in a letter pays tWis compliment: "1 want to tell you how progressive I and new.sy your |>ai>cr. strikes me iinrt. the printer's work is doms in line sha'po." JJ. T. Macleod is now located . in block. Ho is agent for a number oi the be.st fire and life insurance companies and is conducting a real es-his olfice in the Lethbridge liot.jl tate business, too. Mr. Oenost, general storekei>pcr of the C.P.U., Winnipeg and Mr. Coo, divisional store keeper, Calgary, Wore in the city on Tuesday and nmde a cull on K. A. t^unningham, .\.R. & I. storekakota. called at this office In.st wei-k and subscrilxNl to the lleniM. He is gi'tnitly inipresseil with .VIIhM-ta and thinks the Lethlu-idge district is O. K. .M. � Freeman accompanied by Or. Mewbiirn. T. f). Kevin ttnrt V. �' MaclootI made a tri|i in his jiu-o-mobile the other evening to llu* l)'a-inond inin,' nml return ii: one hi i.r and thirt.v minutes. I'relt.v ist .!,o-ing. . Mrs. Rose e.\|H'ctK to leave lor \'ancouver very soon to mvs>l her hiisbiit'd, .lonathan S. Ro.Si-", and Hon Ernest W. Rose, who left Dawson i Cit,>- on Monda.y for the coast. The.v j haw !�cen in the gold fields since ; 1898. I I.jethhridgc friends will bo interest- I ed to' learn of the marriage at I he j l^hurch of Redeemer. Calgary, List week of Harry Mredin, lh(! wellknow . week of Harry Bredin. the . .11 known rancher, to .Mi.ss liliinclic \'u-ian, of Toronto. Wm. Cawdroii of N'.'hI.im(I.s, has some potatoes mi his hiuaostiM.I which for size. quniil.n' ami .\l('ld iiru unsurpas.sed by any living we have seen. Hnil (liey Ih'CII ready for I ae exhibition llu-y would certainly have taken a first (irize. Mrs. II. r. I'heriy was the hostess of a iiioKl iini(pie and cnjoywble, soc-uil fiirition last. Thursday eveniiiLV. h was calloil a "Hard Times Party" and dancing and cards were ' par -licipatod in by the S'lcst". w**" "''^''t' iillired in rag time costumes. Self-Sfiitisfied ; ^ ^ ^ ^^"^^ -Unsatisfied Those are the two classM and you are in one of them.: If in the former you are contented and happy in the knowleilge that two plus two equals four-you don't, want to know more. If in the latter clou yon are daily reaching forth for some n�w experience; to add to that of all the bygone yestetdayt. I want tha latter to visit my store on receipt of this friendly, invitation- My new stock of Pic(urei and Moulds ings is-I was about to say "a ravelation" but thcjr-v are really a "Geneiis"-just the beginning :of a: series of oye-ojiening bargainm in art that beats all' reconls in this city. .�. .'..',::.�. ROBERT SAdE THE PICTURE FRAMER Double Cylinacr Double Aetiag Hand Fore� Plittp Its Special PaAtwn An: The only pump mannfaoturetl that .has no l(>atht�r snckers and nMiuires no packing, pncfceil joints of my kind. Always priined^^fc^ shallow or deep wells, maple handles, atljnstabfe rods, easy working, never freezes; Ihet^ pnni^; are the most satisfactory pumps made^ thrpwiiig: double the amount of water with' the same: eaie as any of the so-called (lonble^hbtiiigtfbitM): pumps. By placing the cylimler and rtxls on' opposite sides of the :pipc, they hriii: ;potiwtlj|^^ balanced, thereliy saving half of ihe pbwerViA^ Ihu weight of the rods near y equals the' weight of the water. With one of thesd pumps in your well or cistern you have a home fire engine, ns they can be made ready, in i. one minuto by � simple attachment for connecting a hose, to thtow a continuous stream of water. : I have also stock pumps that will throw -dO'igallona of. watet a minute. These pum|M to he used in wella not exceeding 20 feet, in depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions' constantly carrieil in stpck. -' ; ' By giving me the depth of your wells I will fit npany of the aluvc pumps, complete, with pipe, rotis, etc.; so that any person can install them. I will positively place my guarantee' back of all pumps sent out. Special prices to cotuitryinerchants. c. wTgrey THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 gag-�� 2 speciols No. 1-480 ncr�* irrigatetl farm;: miles from town, \ mile from school house. This farm is admirably situutetl close to market and clo8(> to school. The land is easily jrrigatml and well supplied with latterals. fenced and- aiib-fenced, a good reservoir holding water .the year roiindv 200t acres under crop, 25 acres in bay. lint-claaa house, bams' and outbuildings. The improvements and machinery are valued ; at $8200, which will be included in the sale at per acre. The yield of wheat less year was 45 bushels to the acre. This is a Itargain and will double in value in a short time. If yon wish (o buy, buy quick. * No. 2.--A vtine Boarding House, location on Ford street, 2 blocks west of post office, the liest locntioii in Lt'tU-britlge. Pri�> $2��0. E m. mcQweii�eo The Cranbrook Herald reports that llarr,\ Munro, C.P.R. fiivman, who : R. M. Cl-.irk, biiely connected with i j,.,,.,, j,, y,^, s-^. Eugene hostile F-den Rest Poultry Farin, h"** j |jital. .some weeks suffering with t.y-lieen placed in charge of the N'*"'"" phoid fever, has recovered sullicient- i ly to be removcvl to his home near Tjethbridge, on Frida.y last. / branch of the I'.ntcrpiisis Liimilior Co. I I V. \. Bennett has decided to ore';( 'a substantial re.sidenco at the south east corner of Rnrdett and Court � -lanti streets. Rex Virtue has ttie contract, \ lire alarm wiis sounded on We J. I Herons has resigned his posit ion ah m.-vnager of theStcnin Laun-tl'W and has gona to Calgaiy. Miss Giuvhani, late of Cranbrook, succeeds him OS manager. and enterinisi,);!- Hen Oohi has bivn lai. ) IhVViH writien at. Bawsoii Cllv, sliil-ing that Mrs. Pavis is leuvin.y- inmtsi iu yon. -NOTE THE ADDRESS- NEAR THE FIRE HAL.L You run no risk of in,luring your cyoH, I he most delicate organs of ihe human system, when .vou oou-suit M. Macklenbiirg, M.A., the ciHa-brated' oculist optician of Calgary, who has had seventeen yeats' OJt-perienco in ihe sclenco of opticn and A vor.\' capable young man ing a confectionery and pastr.v tubRshmcnt in the tore just oppos-i(p tha Mothtidlst piirsonagD. the art of fttting glutises. \f) . smms strike at the Gait coal mines. TK'iil- work, no mistaWes, every, cxaiuinit- Ion is niiitle with artificial MgJrt, the teliabio PIS here who at this seuRon of the W. Schweitzer. i� open } .vear have beet.' in tlie hnbit of gel-i only proper, saf�f �pd niost es-,tlng their carloads dully are now ! inethod. W'll lnv at ntho Lethbridrfu (totting only onn cai'-load every throe 1 Hotel from.-6ct, 8-to 14^^ da.vs. (^ahoon Hotel, Canlston from .�iih to Rth, lit Oct. IS5.00. KEWAKD. liOSt 4 Bay hoiSo, branded V�' (nwnogrsni) left hlp,-J. B. HOW,-HON. Mcdlcin* Hat. mm. STRAYEB. Onto my promlsos. One hucViiWjjjJki^r/^ navln'v'^'*irninMll.. ...........). 1..'-li7'Siih'\^tlliSl 4 paying expense". ;