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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTERATION SALE As previonnly nnnoiinc�d ihrotigli the local press, contractors are iihont to begin the alteru-liotisand improvements to o�ir building. The old front will he entirely removed and replaced with modern show windows, more" windows will bo placed along the side, so as to give us the brightest and lightest store ixmsiblo. I'nrtitions will come down, old floors torn up and new ones liid. ' All this will, of course, cnusH some inconvtniienie to customers, bnt we will make the annoyance as light us (XNisiblu, and us an inducement to the public to visit our store while the alterations are being made, we have arranged for a SALi:. A great ninny lines have been marked down to ridiculously low prices. You know what thot means, as our regular prices are much below our coni|K�titor8. Space M'ill only allow the mention of a few: 72 inch Tabling, SOe Pure linen Tabling, 72 inches wide, this will blench out nicely and wear well, heavy weight, extra value, per yard...........SOe Linen Towelling, 8 I-3c Good quality kitchen Towelling, every thread pure flax, the 12^c kind, but niarkml siwcially for this sale.3 ydt. for 2Se n Saving twill sheeting. Bedaiag Comforters. 72 x 72, extra pure clean cotton filling, covering i)oth sides of Hne Chintz, fast colors, each................. . $2.00 7 ll>. pure wool, soft tlutfv tinish, white  blankets, 11-4 size, matchless viilue at. .5.25 Drett Goods nl tSe 1()0 yards hi'avy Melton Dress Gooris, 42 inch blues and greys, just the thing for school dresses, splendid iinish and a cloth that wdl wear well, regular :{3c. Alteration Sale price........................... 25e Boys' Heefers and Pea Jackets, priced to sell quickly at $2.25. $2.75 m4 f3.00. 2�>c Sheetings nt Heavy 8-1 full bleachetl worth in the regular way 35c and 40c% Alteration Side price..................SOe 20 doz. Turkish Bath Towels, iier ymiT....................................... 20doK. Turkish Bath Towels, extra large si/e, be�i value ever offered in Lclhtiridge. special.. .'toe 8e�our Tapestry Carpet 8i|uareB, you can't Uuit them in Winni|jeg forUie price, the ijuality and designs are good, ;{ x 3i,...................................................... 8.50 CouiKtns given with all cash purchases of Dry (1 ill the city last week. .Smith llrothers were in the imI,.v this yxonk on their way to ttio Little How, after rlii^iiiK wells ut Wovnn.* 'Ilic wallH on the CP. �. round house arc ttlntoKt coinplciod uud roofing will soon Ix; coiiunonctHl. Thos. Ilrown, the r.^nchor, has boon laid up ut the IxthbrulRt* with a badly injured leg. ,V horse fell c.n hiin. Jos. Tennuni, formerly Luggage man on the A.K. ft I. passenger train, in now conductor on the woric train. { Mrs. nogcr.s will iveei%'e next Pa-itay nflcrnoon, and afterwards on the second and fourth f'ridny of eacli month. A branch of the L'nior. rianW has been oiw-nml at Cowlioy with ('. W. Itcocc of the M.-iclrod brunch as mana�^;r. Deni. Feist, a Conrad, Mont., saloon umn was at the W.ndsor this wof^k. lie Is lookinK for a loeat'on in AlbeKa. Wonted-At once, a good smart girl for work in tho ofllce. .\i>-ply by letter or in person, .lohn i). ilidinbothain. O. Thomf>son and Anna ('. lligdeii .Ajrowl Mulection ol tail iimi vinl.ijr cii|>s just rec�iv> Hcr.'( li.'y Co.. 1.11)1 .'ted. TIwi l''eriiic I.imger s.iys: I'tv.HKleiii. Shcriiiun stated to tin? U^flger a few ilays ago that lie expects a .'isit j from rrcsident Jlitchoil. Virc-I'io?* - i dent Ijewis, or .Soc.-Tri'as. Wil!iO!i, j of tlic IJ.M.W. 'of A. ill u .short tiiiK'. ! The funeral of tlu; lai�! Win. VanJ Horn last Friday afternoon was vuii j attended. Hev. A, M. t;or�loii oiVic I iated at the house anil K>�a\t!. 'I'hc j bearer.s wororts that it v;as a huge success, nearly four hundmJ parsons. Conservatives ar.d LAbcrals Ixjing present. Mr. Oliver rnnde au excellent speech. The CanatiKati Htock ami Grain Co. with hoadquartera at Winniimg h.Ts o|>em>d an office in the CHt block, with K. V. Tawnoy, late of St. Pa'il Mrnncsoita, as marjager. They hav la direct wire with WiniAiHjg, New York ond Chicago. A. W. Hayden, if'prcHonl inir t,hb-liiiig and Commission Co, 'IVn new semi-ready wardrobes ���;.��8H>���;.uilt on Ibtrdfttt JOHNSTON'S PEaORAL BALSAM KING OF COUGH REMEDIES 256 and SOc per Bottle JOHNSTON'S DRUG STORE ALWAYS A LOCALBUDGET. Watch Kcan's Ad. Win, Morris is b.ick from .Medicine Ilat, Howell Harris was in Ca)gar>' last week. Onions ai the Ik-nlley Co, I.lmlte�r: ~ On Oct. -1 to Air, and Mrs. .lohr McKn.ght, a son. W. W, Douglas ol Taber, was \;\ tho city on Moiula.w l*oiiltry for. .sale. Apply to Mis. M'ag'honi, Jbmlett St. Ilobt. Iblworth of Maclcod .'ii.^ .n the city this week. Krnest Doolev leit this week on a visit, to Saiilt Ste. Mario, Oi.-t. Wonted.-Oeneral servant. Aiiply Ui Mi-*. Belcher, at the Rarracks. W. -I. Oalliford left tiMliiy for I.A-comlie to ftssunit! Ivis new posirion. F. fi. Woo�ls and Morton .lonos spent Sunday at the Cameron ranch. O. (J. Maynard joinoii the stall oi the Itank of Oommerco this week. IK-will act as stenographer. First Quality Drugs Are compounded in prescriptions at. " HIOINBOTHAM S Popular Prices, Expert Dispenst^rs iSatisfaction Guaranteed J.D.HIginbottiain&Co Family and Dispensing Chemists Tf lephsnc 49 Ni(ht Bell IS away on a to British Coluiu- T. K. ratt.esoii three week's visit bla. Shorirf Vtiung spent a couple of day'.s at ('aitlslon on oftlcial busi-nes.. W. Ken-Co, 18 on a trip to Furgo, Xorlli Dakota, . Mrs. Otott of Little Hi>v is a the Gait llospital uiKlergoing an �pei*otioM. .1. \V. Kean is l^uiltling a couple of houses .it. the west (.>nd oi lied-path stiwt. Fml W. Downer. f)f Ma!>le Creel;. ha,s is'tiinied from his trip to the Old Country. [f'Sl. Frceniian's ncv- autonuobiie inivdi! 'its appearance on the strei-ls this week. 11, & K, rolliKl oats at The Huntley Co. Uiiniti^l. Mrs. A, K. Humphries attended a \V. C, T. r, convention at- Moose .l.iw. Peter Wagner, u Afontana ranr, is looking atioiit this district for a local ion. The sacranieivt .;>f the Lord's S.ii>-per was e.'lininisleMNl at Knoxchun^li on Siintla.V, Ibinis Jlrothers were in from llv> Dow Valley this week, 'Ihey n-port first class crops, A. n, McCiiiro roturned on Tuesday morning from a ui, formerly, of Conrad. Mont,, but now of l.acoml>e was iii the city this week: organized in the citv T. K. Pat'teson, presiilent and C. 10 D. I'.owc, si.'cretary. Iir. Green and Messrs. .Vtchisonand Uiidlaw of Cranbrook, are ir. the oily today returning ti-oin a himt-I ing e.V|>edition. \ The Semi-ltcady biisiiiss has^ronn !so rapidly that .\, Southard 'found It ncces,Hary to double tht I capacity of the wuixliHiU's, Mr, Webster, a well known I niar.v irom Swill Curroni was in the !city yesterday, lie reports Imsjii.'ss ! flourishing on the main line. ! 'I^e I.�thbridgo Hotel has lioen i n-I lai'gcd, the partition at the wesi !, having been cut out. Moennnn's. i Mrs, C, V, Di>nnett held her poKt ! nuptial ivcepbion lust Thursday ', whtle Mis. Dylands, Dennett and Miss Durnelt waited on tho tea room. An engagoment that has hcr^u wluspeiwl for �pute a long 'tune, has recentl.v Iteen announced, that oi Mr. C.arnet CD-een Morris of ndmoo-lon to Miss (Drownie) I..enore Wis-hart oi Winnipeg. The wedding is Double Cylinder Double Aeting HmJ Pore� Pmm Its Social F�altif�a Aw The only pump inanufsctureil that has no leather stickt-rs and requiies no packing,or, |)ack�i joints of any kind. Always primed, for shallow or deep wells, maple handles.; adjiiirtuii^ rofls, easy working, never fieeats. ? JTlie^^ are the most satisfactory pumps made;, thnviiiig^ double the amount of wat(>r with the same ease: as any of the so-called double^hctingi^fproeii^ pumps. Vv placing (he cylinder and rods oil-opposite sides of the piixn they are iperfc*^^ balancetl. thereby saving half of the power' as the weight of the rods near y equals the weight of the water. With one of thes.") pumps in your well or cistern you have a home tire engine, as they can be made ready in one minute by a simple attachment for connecting a hose, to throw-; a continuous stream of water. I have also stock pumps (hat will throw gallons of water a minute. These pumps to lie nsefl in wells not exceeding 20 f(>et in depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. By giving me the depth of yonr wells I will fit up any of the aliove pumps, complete with pipe, rods^ etc., so that any person can install them. I will positively place my guarantee back of all pumps sentout. Special prices to country merchants. C. W. GREY expected to take place some t.nie in llastings Ol Oroenwoo.l years has lK*n tjie faithful pastor of ! _ Kdinonton Saturdav the Daptist Church here, pi�ached i_____! :his farexvell sermons on .Sunday, | ^ year when niKl.tor |.'^ p, Smith's new jams and jellies | everyone should examine their chiin- THE HARD-WARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 at The Dantley Co., Limited. I The hDme8teathbridge city bantl nt Oliver's ;ha!l. M .s^hoiild be libcrali.v pivtron-;i/od. Harpers orchestra will provide (the music. Tickets are only 81.00 ! lor tiall and suppei-. The proceeds ; will be ,�ivo the lioys a lift. Dead the boot and inent of Fred Uow week's Herald. Win, Cousins, well shoe announce- (iital with typhoid fever, S. Civst, Wife an their residence hero. Dev. W. T. StackhoHsc of Winni-kr,own in j:.L'th-superir.-tendent of rais.'oni'nt is Aid. Henrv Stew |lj?thbr.dge and A. D. StafloiM are awa.\- on a week's shooting rrip. VENTS A simple ahd ture w�y of dislinguishiAs betweett the eorrcet And incorreet style in Sack Suits for fall and winter is to look for the vent. Vents are found on all the cheap suits, but will not be i found on the clothes made by any good custom tailor, nor will they be found on 20th CENTURY BRAND SUITS Which are always exactly like the best custom-made { The Bentl^>^ Co, CBBn!BiitD8rTntijviNotsc9.aai Telephone Wholesale and JRetatl 33 Prompt Delivery I is has three men eniployon lhrou;;h the city. Dev. H. Wehmeyer, Kvangelical Lutheran Minister ol Pincher C!iwk, recently unitetl in marriage tierniai H. Weselnian and Mrs. .luliunn Wor-del, both of liethbridge. Lieutenant Governor Dul.vea and Thos I'lKlerwotiii, Calgnr.v. weiv in the city on Satiii'duy and drove out to the Diamond mine in company O. V. MacMiciving. W. Muniis left for F.dinonton yi-.s-torilay where he is inteivstetl in a coal proposition, lie will return nn SaluiNla.v and U-ave with Mrs. JliiniiK on Monday for Toronto. Messrs. Xaylor and Craddick si.M four lots in the Duff addition to I!. II, Walker and four lots in ih.-,'!anio addil.on to D),spector llolchiT, through the C, Jl, .tlowman asency A general meeting of tlu^ ly-lh -br.ilge Cricket Club will be held at G, M, .1ohii,s-t'Donnell, the popular teller, will succeed him as accountant. K. D. McGregor, Ihiwden, has lieen transferred here to become teller. It. H. Little, late ot the Sovereigrj Dank Tocsvater, Ont., has l>een abided to tho staff of the local branch. The IMncher Creek Echo says: Father LacomJje left yesterday for gary and liCthbridge and will proii-ably be aljsont about ten days While away he eJCfHi.cts to purchnse a hell tor the new church �hin iixjierl window dresser and his show windows will always lie worth an inspection. The inarriayv of Miss DIanche \'iv-ian to Mr. Henry Osmonde Divdf.n took place at Calgary on Tuesday, the 2'tth of September. Tho ccro-iiK)n,\' was (tondiictoti by the Dev. I lean Dagx't. and was very �pii..M. The bride was given awa.v by Af-. .John �Ivelly, and was attendeil l.,\-hor niece, M,fis Cecil.v GaM. riio i groom was supportc^l b.v Mr, Hemv,- ' tones, son of the Itev, Mr, .Scptiimi.s � fones of Toronto. Mrs, A. (', Gal'.' sister ol the bri0(H), J1. m. mcQlKtR � ?0 IF YOU DON'T KNOW KEEL'S NEW ^ STORE (NEAR THE FIRE HALfi) YOU OUGHT TO KNOW IT Men's and Boys' Furnishings Glotliing, Hats and Caps Boots and Slioes, Etc. Etc. To Married Men, SJAfle Mca the Street: and to the Man ia Study your pocket Ixs/ore buying .\our fall and winter supply of warm (clothing. It will be to your iuten^sts tu inspect our heavy stock of high grade goods. We ftfbl coiivineetl that the low prices at which the goods are niarkeil will be a veritable eye' oijfiiei to you. , - , p -NOTE THE ADDRESS- , . r NEAR THE FIRE HAL.L. of considerable .e-oUy seem.s to have their t>yen on lliln country. Mr. Jlowinaii attended the JJoiniaiion l!>ciiilifition at HmIUux, Jt �ufi not a gooti show by an.v meanN, but tliti exhibits ot grsias, graces and veg-tiiabiew from Sattkatcbov an, and AIn bertrt were good and were alwayii; siirronmicd by large crowds. mo 1NCKBA9K. (Spcclftl to Iforaid) ' ', Montreal. Oct- tt.-?*