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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Received This Week C, V. Henuell, clerk of I he court, \h nfi'tipylng Mi office on the divd. floor of the .Southard hlock, 0, M. Hatch and l\ K. I>. l/iwe were elected tnomher* of tho Hoard of Trade at .la�t night's mveUntf. W. C\ KftmmoiiH, M.P.lV. li-n (his inornltiK to^nUoml tIn* Immpiet Hon. Prank Oliver nt Kdutonf m. i Heavy fthipmentt of Dry Good* and Ready-to-wear garments. c�r of Oroeerict, freth Canned Vegetables and Fruits, Jams, Jellies and Marmalades, Evaporated Peaches, Pears and Apricots. j Uipley H�'i>m. sold Mum* lots ,it the Jcorner of Itedpnlh arid Krne^i Stv jihrnuph the t\ II. Dow mm; m^'mi'.v, ! Home important change* >� K. J. I d, VV. Uahhilt of Hiawatha, K�n-�a�. n heavy lnnd owner lit township i'i. ratine 22, witn at 1 he W1 ndsor thin week Thos. Denton, a resident of l.eth bridge in iHWo, lint now of Kholt, lt.(\ wnv in -the city hint week. He l() j luifl been al'lending the Hpokniie fcir. MlhM Moffat returned on Wednesday from vlnHlng l*>thhrWlun ind polnis north. Sin* was. met nt Ibibv .1 unci 'on by her fut her.-d'urdHt vf m Self-Satisfied ����:^'Vr'.,:,?i;':*:V2^H| ) i H��v. .t. \V. Morrow of Mir-Utritm ! Hill's I;Ik �dvi�rUH(?uu�iu ihls \v.t*k. \ if .will pu.V ymi lo ivad owry U-ni. J,u1, at Knox Chnrch on Sunday. Ucv. A. M. OoYdon was at Mr'dlrlw1 Hut conductiiiK uiinlvt�r�ary Skirts at $5.00 All-woo) Tweed Skirt, correct cut, lino tailing, newest cloth designs, sjicciat nos>*ii f Wwulin, Mini., ton* In Ihe eily ttiin we*';. Henry Conant and fninily i.f \'�u- I UmklnK "fi^r his real enlale Invent -jcouver have taken up their ruKlriciuv ; nuM,is hmv. lie U murh grattne�l ht ! the jc'^wth of I lie city, l.udU'fl, If you ii(*etl a freHh mipply of railing raed*. or reipdre tvny neat !nvf(at(on forum for danceN or al homes, ivmomher the Herald .fob Pe- tti the elty. Mr. C'onnnt In � point Capt. Johimton of Mmllcinu llutf !|>a�Hed through the city Tucmlay j night on hl� way lo the Muclemt rae- THE PICTURE FRAMER Ontario Apples by the Barrel Pound e�. MIhii Kloivnce lUdiinson of Trovo. foitivrly teaeher Mi the White school Mpent the week end at Mrs. |{. Tif- fln*�. I MIhh Harolay. gue?H of Ml'm. II, l*\ .Heeve. left mi Tuesday to vlalt M'sm t'a.��\\ al Mae- leotl. partmont can supply your nemlM. 1 Uev. .1. K. MnghMon left Monday morning on a dying trip to the t.'ua�t In coiiifmny Willi his fnther-m-| law. Win. Munns. lie will ivturn in 1 i who tins* Invn the! lime lo lnki� his wm'vIci*� next Sah- 'bath. Double Cylinder Double Acting Hind Foree Pump lit Special Featwet Arc: .1. (Jeft. Itnriw. diivrtor of ih�� 1 Connervatory of Mimic, has taken | the leadership of the ehoir of Kiv�bl its (uiru\cu.*nilu> , tlet I llh and l.'i. Uev. Principal Hparling of \Vi*ley Colh-ge. Wlimi|k*g. a ill U� the pronrher. 1 One of Ihe lUniM's regainr ixtuler** i] JOHNSTON'S | Good News for Farmers PECTORAL BALSAM KING OF COUttH R E M E DT ES 25c and 50c per Bottle JOHNSTON'S DRl'G STORE A LOCAL BUDGET. Wo Imvo just receivcnl a lnrpe oon-Bigtimont of tho Dr. Hes* Vi>U*ritt-Jiry KoiiKHlieB, iiicUulin^ I'OULTRY PANACEA INSTANT LOITSK KILLISR WORM POWDKRS STOCK FOOD, all mw lli�incinber that wo are head* quarters for Formalin. Blue Stone, ami Strychniue. J.D.Higinbotham&Co Family ami DisixMiBiiiK CIiuniiaCB It Is likely the new ftidewalk on ...... Hunh-ti St. will he evtemled .thrjtlin a letter pays H/.h roiiipliiuent: "1 lt,!is ngaiti reported that thn Nor-j,|||4 W4!Ml HUie (lom tWdpath to Morn- 'want to let! you how progressive thvrn hunk is ahout to o|ien a hran:)) \^mH ,mt and newsy your pn|>er strikes me ami hor0' tf you retire fall goods it will 1 *Ihj printer's work is tlom* in fine .1. P. Ilandllon of rnlgury visile 11 ^ yaU ||f owr Ulo Hudson's hniie." ovi�r on his Urother, W. A. Hanvilton Sunday. Hat'U�\\ Can\lwatand n leading ni i/en of Tiiroiito wi\8 In iho ctt> Tuesrson returned from trip to MnM r�-al and Toronto Tuesday. s in to .1 Ids o Telephone 49 Night Bell W*uh Kcan't Ad* is hack in Ihe citv AnRus lt�v af^aln. lU>rn. lu Mr. anil Mrs II. Murlfh raln>r over a son. .1. It Slicanr was at Siii|f)ii% . II. II. tJai'ii rettiriiiMl Than\s- Klvlng Ihiy. Aid. ilootey wa� down from C'a-(Tary thin week. ft. A. Hiidlh is now the leader of Wv�U�y Church choir. MIhh A. TMm'liua returneu Friday fr�au CalKur> l^fforts are lH�iug imole to fnrtu r�*al (�>*tute exchange In the c ty. a The t'nion Hank has t�iM*nc-l bran then at Mhiinnore and t'Jnivshohn. A i;use is under construction at Chii station Mrs. Alex. CamplsM) and family have arrived at Tatter from Iridand. Itov. Mr. don\*s conducted rhuiTJi of Kn^land servire at Tal or on Sun-da y. Hor�Pn HauHi*n. i\i M.cotah. Iowa, real estate man. w tiiis WiH'k. I.. Kwrsricld and family went south to Cnrdston on UVstnesday hiominj,;. Uev .1 s thiv.-rs and Mrs. Ch'v-ers have i.-tuiih'tl i'n,ni tt visit to Moo,rU mead Sirei*t through the ( It. |U�w-mnn Ak*'i*c\ . The annual harWM festival of M Aii^usijuV church will !* held on' Sundn> nljfhi. .1. W. Woolf. M.IV1V. fardston. was iv ihi' city last evening on his was lo Calvary M. \ Wilcox n last Thui-sday and carrlisl !> thiuy \ot��s to 0. ft Harry I tent ley 1m the Chief mogul >n Ita.xHlaml. lie has Just l.ti'ii elec iisl chairman of that town's ilr^t J X. T. ' hlock. Macleod is now located m j He Is agent for a numt.vr oi \ the heMl ftrc and life insurance ruin* I panics and is conduct tn� n real e.s-his otUce in the l-ethbHd>;c hot,*! tate huslness, too. t | Mr. (leuesl. general stor��kc**|*er of' 'the IMMl., Winning und Mr. Coo. divisional store keeper, t^algnry, 4 wer�� in the city on Tuesday and trade a call on K. A, t^muiu^haat, A.It. At I. storek��eper. Jus. \U>st* has returned from \o *lH HaUli*f4>rd with hi* wife and children He has alutoHl fully recovered frnn# his recent illncs*. Itn sa>4 Leth tiritige is away aheud of any place he suw in Saskatchewan. Itefore Magistrates lUdcher ami Tito only intinp manufacture!I that has no j leather Backers ami requires no picking or l>aekeuni|w made, throwing 1 double the amount of water with the same case j as any of the so-called double-acting force \ punitNi. By placing the cylinder and rods on I opposite Bides of the pipe, they are perfectly j balanced, thereby saving half of the power* as tlie weight of the mils near y equals the* weight j of the water. With one of thesa pumps in your well or cistern you have a home tire engine, ns they can be made ready in one minute by a simple attachment for connecting a hose, to thlrow a continuous stream of water. 1 have also stock pumps that will throw .10 gallons of water a minute. Theso pumps to be used in wells not exceeding 20 feet in depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. Ity giving me the depth of your wells I will fit upany of the id Hive pumps, complete, with pip*', rods, etc.. so that any person can install them. I will positively place my guarantee ttack of all pumps sent out. Special prices to country merchants. THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 J0 H.y Council nK.^l lo i tMT M*tf�-ir,,l.* IM.-h..r ami j | u "-ml �Htmiphrn�H. Matthew l.o^tu was ur-1 9 tih'ck Ma't^'d of the chai^v of imim d.\tio*i preferre�l liy utie h wit IVit/ Sick, llv was on his way back from tlermany. II. A. Iti'linr* h:i- pivM'nieo* a silver plated uotiH lo ihe Masonic oi tier. It i'* on \ Jew �n U Aria-htroiij;'?* w intlow l�. SkoiiMui hah Ihienlnil I l.i'OO !iUhIh*N of wheal avera^hk i t'u^h oais r*in "�** t�� ' ploHfoiit ion, Mr. his fur ncrie-e.l. \ �iun\, lai|;ht VauMican, 11 *'* b�iiims ui I !rati\ Ille. \uri h liakui a calh^l ut (his �iin**f htwi w�s�U an I snliscrtlM>0 nuitli' a trip in his mi o- ... , . . "ad thiriy miiiat.^ week, lie has only recently returncil ,^ from the Yukon. ,|M. ol his .laughter. *r*. ' lius 'i i !i ''' * , , i.i nest \\ Uus... wJhi left llawsia til alter t hristuias M\u .... \i  * *t> on Monday for the coast. Thev Major Iklehe. iHiiiKln five hits e-d , have Uvn in lih. Hl..llh H, Wi a huildiug on lt*�ie (.| ihe honds of mairimitny. Iwhlih for si/�., ipiaui.\ ainl are At the Meihoilist pnrHonago t>n �he uiiKurpassiMj ie, uu\ thin*; we have evening of Sept INnh. t:.*or�n Kirth wan united in man-iuge to Whs I4la Uilsim Imth o� l-ethlirUl�w. Aid. Adams has purrhuMNl eleven lots on the Houth Hide ot the P.P.U. | mrk op pod. te t lie elevator, now owns 17 lots in the city. saw U'n *uent in Totvnio. Porty thousand were on pa lid* n*d he *nys it was* u wonderful *-'shi. H. M Plark. lately conuectiNl with ihe Kden Hesi Poultry Farm. has U*en |dac*�d in charge of the NanUut branch oi the P.nteipriw� l.umljer t'o -f*�nctMl,� Btwl rtw�rvoir hoUUnn water the year roriml, 200 acres under crop, 2T> acres in liny, ftr�tdaw house, lwni� and otttl)uiliiinK�. Tho improvements mid inuchinery nro valued at $320", whieh will bo included in the sale at $2U per acre. The yield of wheat less year was 45 bushels to the acre. This in a fmrgiMn utid will double in value in a short time. If you wish to buy, buy litt'ii read.v for I ae exhibit ion ili.\\ wi>al0 i-.ttuinl.V have taken a rtrsi pn/e. Alir. It I 1'iii*i*ry was the )io�.|.-^ ol a most uidipie and enjoytthht koc- ' tat iia*tion last Thursday eveuine;. ; li was ealleil a "Hard TiuieK Part'.**! and daiiein^ and cards weix* "par-1 titipaied in hy the gueKts, who we-e attired in raj; time costumes t The Cranla-ook Herald reports that Hair,\ Monro. CPU. fireman, who has: h.�en to he ri'inovetl lo his home near Ij��thhridi;e, on I'rida.v lust. | lien f injuries r��ceived liy u team of horses running away and carrying a load of hay over hotly. IT** j was working at the 1lme atmut six No damage | miles from Medicine Hat. mn l Marriei Men, Single Men and to the Man the Street: Study your pocket liefore buyiutf your lull anil winter Hupply of warm clothing. It will be to your iutimmttt to iiw|jeot our heavy �toek of high grmlu Kooth. Wffowlcoiiviiiml thut thu low |>ric��i nt whieh the gooili* are market! will h** tt veritublu nper. j A|l|l.,(, tleNp#iieh sivs' f'alKa,v is tlii'eaUkn>Mf u m It a coal famine 'I'htN caused principally hy the strike at the tJnli coal mines. H*al-er� here who at thin season of the ,i*ear have lieei in the hahil of tfel- litiK their cnrloads daily are now tfotiinjf only one car-load every three days. Vou run no rink of injuring; your e.vis, the most dedicate organs or �he human system, when .'.coi cou- suit ,\|. -Mncklenhnrif. MA., the ccli/. hrati^l oculisi optician of Calgary who has had hcienieeii yeaiK* est  perienca in tho ncienee of optics and the ail of littiUK fflaKKeK. So jeii�m*�* work, no ui't^takeH, ft very eMiu^itnt-ion is made wiih artjlUdnl Hgiit. the only proper, n�fe mid most relJahlo method. ^35.00 ItKWAUD. fi. - ' if : \ 5 " 1^ 1* 4 r -1 r J- - I.0*t-* Bay horpo, (jDonouram) left hip.-J. K. H0N\ Medicine lint, branded V* HOW- STRAYED. Onto my promUoK, One huck^hi. �? urnro with Immess on* On nor jw^' Jhavo nanto by proving property $04^ Will" 1* at 4ho Udhbridtfi P*.v��ff oxpe��e�. ^ rifS : � - v ^  Hotel from Oct. 8 to Hlh. and nt rahonu llidel. t'aritfilon from Oct. oth to ftth. H. UNK, Twelve M�o 1 >-PT ;