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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta �l m As previously nnnouncori through the local presst contractors iiru about to begin the Alterations ami improvements to our Imilcling. The old front will I>h entirely rwmovod ami replaced with modern show windows, morn'windows will bo placed along the side, so n� to give us th� brightest and lightest storo possible. Partitions will come down, old floors torn up and new ones laid. ' All i t  .-/Ml ____._________ _______ _ * ......_ * _. j ______ 1...J ... mi t .  this will, of course^ huihp some ineonvonieme to customers, hut we will make the annoyance as tight as possible, and as an inducement to the public to visit our store while the alterations are being made, we have arranged for a mo mamc. A great many lines have been marked down 1o ridiculously low prices. Von know what that means, as our regular prices are much Mow our competitors. Space will only allow the mention of a few: 72 inch Ttbling, 30c Pure linen Tabling, 72 inches wide, this will bleach out nicely and wear well, heavy weight, extra value, per yard...........SOc Linen Towelling* 8 I-3c Good quality kitchen Towelling, every (bread pure tlax, the 12Ac kind, but marked specially for this sale.3 yds. for 23c Sheetings at a Saving Heavy 8-1 full bleached twill sheeting, worth in the regular way Hfic and 4flte, Alteration Sale price..................30c Reading Comforters. 72 x 72, extra pure clean cotton tilling, covering both sides of fine Chintz, fast colors, each............. ...... $2.00 7 lb. pure wool, soft flutty finish, white * Blankets, 11 J size, matchless value ut. .3.25 Dress Goods at 25c 100 yards heavy Melton Dross Goods, 42 inch blues and greys, just the thing for school dresses, splendid finish and a cloth that wdl wear well, regular It5t\ Alteration Sale price...........................25e Boys' Reefers and Pea Jackets, priced to sell quickly at $2.25, $2.75 snJ $3.00. A. W. Fnliritaj will ho in charge of tho HoH Telephone Pe. bustoiosm how imlll ii now manager 1a nppo ulod. W. 8. Stout* general mamvpwr, and feflvaml other Iiomlnlon Impress oIIU'IhIh weiv in the city UiHt week. Smith HrotherH wore in the pity thlH wwk on their wny to the tjtt.tto How, after digging wells at Wni'iw The hr.ek walls on the (\ P. H. round house are almnM completed and roofing will soon lie cmtunoncpd. Thos. Brown, the rancher, hurt been laid up at the Ijcthhrldgi? with a hatlly Injured leg. A horse fell on him, Atfncrd selection of full ntid viator cap� JtiHt received n( The HeM ley' Co., I,lin.ted. The Keraio ledger Hays: IVoNldont Sherman Mated to the ledger n few days ago that he expects a �'>hII from President Mitchell, Vieo-lYt'4  dent Lewis, or Sec.-Treas. Wilson, of the IT.M.W. ot A. in n short time. - V\ -- *� � The funeral of the luto Win. \ Morn lust Friday afternoon wan v e>i er lb.................................................... j|So An excellent Coffee for the price, ground while you wait.................................. 25c High grade full flavor hlnek Ten. put up in artistic !l-|l>. tins for our trade, priee............i 00 train, In now conductor on rhc work train. Mrs*. Itoffors will ivccivo next Fri* day afternoon, and afterward* on the NCi'omt ami fourth Friday of each month. A branch of tho L'nior. Hank has l�?en oi^ncil at Cow-Ivy with V. W. Itoccc of the Maolood branch SinunohH returned on Hut* jurilay from the Oliver i>ant)uci. ft*-passcn^or (jCtttnonton. Ho refwrts that R was MACDONALD CO. a huge success, nearly four hundred j>orMon�, ConsorvativoK ar.d Li^ralfl l�eing present. Mr. Oliver tttAdo an excellent �peecw. The Canaejf/ Now lleni. Fc'ihI, a Conrad, .Moat., !York and Chicago, waloon umn wnh at the W.mlsor tnm A w f|uv Sorthw^wt dob- ; jlllKlnhothatn. Idn^ and Commih�ion Co. O. Thompson and Anna C. Iligden , *ivh now seiui-rea*ly wardrobes \ both of leaving*, weiv united in - huve m Ihmmi placed in A. Southard"h I nuirrlage Monday evi�niim by Uev. Uno Moiv, The entliv west wido of A. M. Uordoii. tbi* big extabllMhieenl Im tow lined The WoHh.itgloii laind c�>. aiv no-I with these wr.rdrnlic� in which an* Aotinting with a Nel�rasku man to displayed the excellent clothing nun- m you *te daily reaching forth for some new experience to ectil to that of all the bygone yeaterdayt, t want the latter to vi�it my store on receipt of this friendly invitation. My new stock ot Pictures and Moulding is ~ I was about to say (*a revelation" but they are really a "Geneeis"~just the beginning of a series of eyo-opening bargains in art that beats aU records in this city. /. .% ; - h -1 F + e - 7 e \ _? r 1 ^ 1 1 ^ % TTIE PICTURE FRAMER ft . ^ - k - Double Cylinder Double Aeting HtAd Fore* t*mp JOHNSTON'S PECTORAL BALSAM kino or coresh REMEDIES 25c and 60c per Bottle ALWAYS JOHNSTON'S DRUG STORK LOCAL BUDGET. Watch Kcan't Ait. Wm. MorrlH is hark from Mtslintu* Jtnt. Ilowoll Harris wun in (NO^iiry U\t*\ week. First Quality Drugs Are compouiuJnl in prescriptions at HIOINBOTHAM S Popular Prices, Expert Dis|>oiis4krs Satisfaction Gtmraiitecd J.D.Higinbotham&Co Fnt�ity mut Dispensing Chemists II. K. rolUnl �uls �( T\w ll.nl-Icy Vo. UmitiMl. Mrv. A. 10. Iliimphrifw ntlomM a W. T. T. t'onv^iTtlon nt Mi tow Inw. ft IVtor \Viiguai|,\ Co, Several more ivhWKmkvk are houig hiillt ��r aiv to t�� imilt on HurdMt. \ M. KlrkUdOfl l-eck hnw n flno ivshtrnci* The Miri'iuiH-nl ...f the 14tutt's S ip- per \va*s u'lmtinslenHl at Kiioxclitir'U o� Sitiiflav. Tclcphont 49 Nlfht Btll They report T. 10. I'atti*sou i� away on a three uvek'fi visit to Ih-itish t'uhun- Mu. SherilT Young spent a couple o( Aiivh at (nnlsttm on ottk-int latsi-nesji. On Oct. t to Mr. ami Mih. AU-Kn.ght, a son. W. \V. Oouglat* �U* TuImt. was tho city on Monday. Poultry for sale. Appl> to Waghorn, Hurrlett St.. .loin i-s lloht. IHIworth of Maeleod rti* *.n the n. Man. Mrs. Otott of Little Hov is a the Ciatt Hospital undergoing an ope:*at inn. I. \\> Kean is Iniiltting a couple of houses at the west end of Red-path st iwt. Iturns ISrotluM's weiv In from How Vallvy this week, first elass crops. A. It. MeCtiiim rotuined on Tuesday morning from a tt�*ft ciijoyiole to Oirtttrio. Mr**. II. S, Hastings of tireenwond II.C, is visiting her sister-in-law. Mrs. \\. c. Mphanli. It .1. Hoian of \Viaui|Mkg. nudiior of t he lU'll Telephone t*t>. Was in the City th.s w.'ek. Mrs. Cage, formerly of Conrad. Mont., hut now of laironiU* was in the city this week. H. 10. Humutond formerly enga^'d in the photograph husiitess here, wis '.it the eliy this week. Wm Nlven nnd wife of Calgary. * i their way from the roast, atv visit-ing friends in the city. Miss Jeffrey and thv nurses will receive on lno second I'rhta.v of each J month, during the winter. The Semi-Heady husineHs hasgro'vn so rapidly that. A. Sunt hard has found it necesHar> In doalile the caparity of t he wnr*lro'lM�s. Mr. Welmter. a welt Unown hold mar. from Swift Curivnt was in the city yesterday. He reports InisineHs nourishing on t h** ma in I ine. Ttio tjethtiridga Hotel has hoen mi hu^gwl, the partition at the we.si i s de, having lw�n cut out. Modern tit lings have hei^n installed. Hew Chas. CudUy, who for tw*. tvWIe ! Mrs. Itylands, M.ss linnett ami Miss ' Huineit waiteil on the tea room. An engagement that has her�n v\hts|�oiv*l for ipiite n long lime, has ! recently heen aunouuci-d. that of Mr. tinrnet (Jivon Morris of lOdmoa-Won to Miss (Hrownie* Ignore Wis- j harf of Winnipeg. The wedding is iex|MVte(| lo take ptaee some ( mo in January - lOdtnonton Saturtlav This is the t.nie *�f the year when everyone should examine their rhim- I nevs and sehl Cuunti\\. Mutde t'reoU. trip to the Taher has thiw hote!n. hut tuher niyht twenty people had *>t up in one hole! alone. Mr. I lore of the Arm u( Ihnv and 1 Allei.. h.is )ni�ii conAnod in Uk� ho%- 1 t'ittil with typhoid fever. t '"M. Krei'iiiau's nee- nuioiiuddii* in^Hlv tits appearance on the streets this wevk. Item I the lioot and shoe tinnounre-inent in' Kred Haw �"k Vo. in tlit-i week's Herald. Win. Cousins, well ki.own in J�*th- hridj$c. has nnnouneeit hhnsetr as e vandhhite for Mayor of Misl.cine Hut His opponent is Aid. flenrv Stew art. O. It. Austin ntfuin o flu-la ted m Wesley Church on Sumlay morn r�*r. The pastor was uiiahle to tnku I :> iiii>rniiiK service owing to a *cv>m\* cold. Misses Furse. TtiUty and MucK.iy will l>e at home to their friends in Crahh Street on the third Moi-dny of each month, hoth afternotm et>d time may save your horn.* or More Inter in the winter. you i ar-li S Crest, wife and daughter. Aved from Montana last wvlc takc up their resident horw. Ilov. W. T. Stackhouse of Winni - pes. k,|,eririendent tyf n,,,^ Jnt^. ions w�� in the tUy on Tuestlav. the |rt evening. T. W. Haurahan. the cigar uuuiu-tocturer. is ln*s,\ these days, lie has Hi ret* men employed and fully seven hundred i'.j;urs aiv U^ng turned out dally. K. C. llyliindK. l^uhhr.dKe and A F. Ihvve, .|. I .........n' *"** H. Stnft'ord ii iv awny on a week's shooting rr|p. Nurse IV*neon trans- ferret here to becomo teller. H. II. Little, late of the Soveivigi.- lUn*% r���vater. Ont.. has Isvn nddisl to the s'aA of the local braurh. No. t - '180 nciv irrigatcfl fnnn, Ti miles from town, J mile from school houao. TIub farm id admirably situated 4*Iobc to market ami clow to school. The land is easily irrigated ami well supplitHl with lattemls, fencct) ami tuu-reiicsetl, n goo bushels to the acre. This is a bargain and will double in value in a short time. If you wish to buy, buy quick. So. 2.- A lino BounUng House, loon lion on Ford street, 2 blocks west of post ottice, l\m )*>�t location iu Leth-brulg*-. Price $2�K). NO VENTS A simple and sure way of distinguishing betwetn the correct nnd incorrect style in Snck Suits for fall nnd winter is to look for the vent. Vents nre found on nil the cheap suits, but will not be found on the clothes made by any good custom tailor, nor will they be found on 20th CENTURY BRAND SUITS U�'v. II. Wt�hiut->vr. Kvun$i*�Ht\il Luilwruu MinlMtT oi lyncher Crook, If. Ui'St'lman uml Mrs. Julian.v Wo.'-tlol. Uoth of U'lhhritlgo. l.in I'mlorwiiotl, (*alfrui*>. \v�*r.- in tin* vity on Sitiurilii> anil �lrov�� mil to llu* Mi;mun�air u.lh O. r. MacMIrking. W. .Munns li-M for l-'.Uiiuuitou \ tctNla> uhi'it* hi* is inii'ivstfil in a rout jM�>(M�si( iuti IJ.- ui!l ri'Mna K�itui^lay aiat l�-a\i� with Mrs nn Mt'wla.v l�tr Tormito. Messrs. \jiylnr mid i'linhiu'k s�*LI lour tots in tin- hut) atldilitm l�i It II. \ValK�m* ami four lots ut I�>� sa�n�* addit .on lrlor li**U-hi*r. lhiouuh �h.' t' U Itowmnn au*'h A n�'ni*ral m.H*tint* **( h * In* iltft' Ciiik.-i Clult will U* held nt i\. ||. .lolinsimi s slinv mi l*�***l;i> tl*'\l. Ui.- OriuU'i' nt |i in and ail (iitMid^'t*- are ri'iju*^!rd in U* in at li'iuiuiitv ill (luit 1 in:.'. *.r l4U-om�h' ti'Ct >vHt�Uila> for l\x\-Huvy MM\ ljPtWiriclKtt unil will yr�u ahiy U> vAwnl lUiuut ten vv,llli' iwiiv lit* toc|*k'ts to |.Mitin^'' � tor the nexv rliiiirh �h�*. " tiuill at Yiirroiv. a� lw understands which is �u,t n,,u ,,n "s,' ,h,S 111,11 4lV,ied �dl Im. "-aid lol' �1-t ouiiil I,,.,! II..U r..iu lude,l sliM'K Itikinu �n.l o|rfM�.tl U's 1.....t an I sltm. .....on Monday *l'u" , ,. store has )H*eii roin|�leteiy Inilis-,,rmid Shelves Idled will* (>l lU)d finest ciualii.v oi s shiH-s, oi'eu)�y the tlirev sides t�l"  he ,[ll(v in atldilinn there aiv the .... (Jiil (urnishinys jotonl �n �*siu��tisii � nll.,is oi' this kind. Mr �J (Ihiuon^* H�vi Septend�er. The roro - IF YOU DON'T KNOW KEEL'S * NEW STORE iXKAH 'I'llK FIRE HALh) YOU OUGHT TO KNOW IT Men's and Boys' Furnishings Clothing, Shoes, Etc. Etc. Which are always exactly like the best custom-made Howard i'asi' and Mrs t'iis�. t|inl Harry Withers returned th t'rom a dork hunting t�\j�"d.lion. jThov wont sixty mil'** wisi and then j rmiiH back to Kl�htt�>u WU*. a wny thoy KortiiNnl 101 durkK. TKe Bentley Co Ltd. Wliolcsalt? uiul Rt'tail Telephone 313 Prompt Delivery  muiv was romlurted hy tho \U*x. Iiean Tauet. nnd wan Very hor niiav. M.kh (Wily CJalt. lit.- grooin was sij|*|>orion*> *>i Ihe of ronsideruhU* wtUd�r�dp\ who in clowlv ident'fa''! with Vho oUy seetm l:o | to Jmvo tholr oyoH on IHIb country. Mr. Bowman ut tended tho Pomfaion HxhlhlUon at HnHfax. It wuh not a go cm I Khow hy any ii^udh. but tlm oxhthlts or gmiuH, graven and v*�g-olai>h�� from Sutikatchovaii and At-l^rta woro good ami wero alway� Knrroumlod hy largo crowdn. v: WO IN0HI5AS1C. - - ---- - 1-'. (Special to Ilorald) Vffy Montreal. Oct. U.-Tho i\ Ifg# tratllc receipts for week 7th amounted to |lf48a,Q0pi lajS^ year, $1,189,000. W ;