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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTERATION SALE As previously nnnonnced through the local'press, contractors are uboiit to begin the altera* tions and improvements to onr building, Tho old front will be entirely removed and replaced with inodern show windows, more windows will bo placed along the side, so as to give us the brightest and lightest store possible. Partitions will come down, old flpors torn up and new ones laidf All this Willi ot course, cause some inconvenience to customers, biit we will make the annoyance as light as possible, and ns an indticement to the public to visit our store while the alterations are being made, we ha\'e nrrunged for a rio sat.b. A great ninny lines imve been liiurked down to ridiculously low prices. You know �hat that means, us our regular prices are much- below our competitors. Space will only allow the mention of ti few: 72 inek T�kling. SOe | Bedding Pxve linen Tabling, 72 inches wide, this will bleach out nicely and wear weH heavy weight, extra value, per yanl...........50* Linen f owelting, 8 I-3c Good quality kitchen Towellijig, every thread pure fla.x,- the 12ic kind, ' ' marked specially for this sn1e.3 yds. Sheetings nt a Saving Heavy 8-4 full bleached twill sheeting, worth in the regiilnr wity M'h- nn price......... ..................25c Boys' Reefers and Pea Jackets, priced to sell quickly at 12.25. $2.75 and $3.00. ' ........................... 20c 20 do/.. Turkish Bath Towt>ls. iier pair..............................................., 20 do/.. Turkish Bath Towels, extra large Bi/.e, best value ever offered in Lefhbridge, special.. .'15c See our Taiwstry Cari;)et Squares, yon can't l�oat thoni in Winniiieg for the price, the quality and designs are good. x 55.^................................ ;...................... 8,50 Couixjus given with all cash purchases ot D-y Goods and Shoes Grocery Department Pure Mocha and Java Coffee, per lb............._....................................... H'xi An excellent Coffee for the price, ground while yon wait.................................. 2r�c High grade full flavor black Tea. pnt up in artistic il-lb. tins for onr trade, price............1 UO A. MACDONALD 6? CO. The ontiiv 'iilciior or the Oalt flo$*pital has Jr-cii ropapeiwl iiiid kalNomiincd. Win. Sliuw ilici the iob. IViuI AiHlct, veil known C'ouits rancher huH moved to the city with hiH I'unr.ly. He intends to Ixillil a rosirlcnce. II. .V. Oreclcy of Mapio t'lwk, ut one I'.ii'e a mDniljcr of tlio Terril:n-iat l>:i;'Hlaturo, was in the city in Momlay. The improvements on the A. Mac-r 16 to 18, and good to return October 20. The Letlvhri'^ge Brick and Terra Cotta Coni|.>any at a inoeting Mon-ricks. There will !�? ten tun-nol.s. The I.ondoii Kngland Times say.�-Sir. r*. K. .r. llenu'lryk, (Jonsul for ' Japan in l-iverjiool has roceiveil from the Kmperor of .)a|mn the Or- . der of the ISising Sun of the fourth class." Mr. Henmlryk i.s the father ht O. K. Uemolryk. .las. Thompson of Warner was in i the city on Tuesday. Ho is n hiist- i I'.'r and has oi�ened a goiiorat store at the ni:w town. Ho is confldcnt War- I ner is going to lie a rooartnoisliip witii .Vr , ROBERT SAGE! THE PICTURE PRAMER .;..;..x.�.x4.;..:�.:.nsing Chemists Ttlephonc 49 Nighi Bell .T. W. Martin, l>ominion Lands .\gent was 'in Calgary on Saturdsy. The W.C.T.U will meet at Mrs. O. H. .lohnston's on Prii)1 Sunday in lh.> city. Head Sherlock Freenvan's adwr- tisoment if you want Imrgains in honey. The City Council did not meet on Monday night. Ik-ason, lack ni' riuoriiai. The plans for'the new woollfn mill will t>e out this week and tenders' will Iw immediately asked for. The brick and cement has alivad;.' lj�en oi-dereiJ. If. L. Frank of llutto, after whom Frank ' is iiameil, was in the Ciiy lasi \v has deci'i Alilo lake and got S7 ducks. Car of Old Homestead canne�vt sugar factory at Ilav-luond. I^ogan ojtcrations this we.�: IVvts ate being shippetl in fixsely. Miss Palmer, sister-in-law of W. Ilotsford, will take chargt- of the (uHilic school near Uocky Coulee. Hev. Dr. .Sparling of Winnipeg, while in the city was a guest at '.he home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Rogers. From lOO aciv.t of oats on the farm of K. T. nurnott at Coaldaie. the crop was TO bushels to the acre. S. A. H.ielmKtndt got 9,.tn0 bushels from 130 acres. Malcolm has alreafl.v ' jiroven himself the best what.is. j IJov. W. t. Rankin and l.ieut. IMcster, : brook and well known hero hi; ..in o'" ^^e Salvation army. furowell..d | called to the pastorate of the Red �" Suwlay last. Capt. Rankin is i I Deer Prosbj-torian church. furlough oiui l.ieut. Plesler | I t AK.>>i.�i- . a, .1- 'has iKM-n stationed at Kenora. TIrSi' , ! .A .Methodist Scandinavian niiiiis - i :, , ,, . ... j .... (successors here are JOnsien l^ulljoiM ! tor Rev. A. Uundcrson, of Minot " ,., , 'v,,ecial inducemenis I w. A. .Vubin of the Reliance mine, " ' along Taber, along ;WUh K. H. Crandell anil .several other Calgary gvntlcin odgc, has I old place in the Custom's pmoo very arrivwi in the city to take charge fioon. of them. Mr. and MrSyTarpy^f the town .|. w. McKean, and Mr, Riesbach. of Warner. are;rtho proM iiaivnts ol'lof Tal)cr, both practical miners tho (Irst baby Jxirn in that  �p I h^vc leased the Uarnes mine, with The baby \\W be called A'.;>hii W nr- ^,(,(. option of buying. I'hey ai-e goner Tarpy. ; ing to use a traction engine to h.'ul The Kpw^orth Ijeivgues of the | the coal to lA�thbridge. They ^l.so Double Cylinder Double Acting Hand Force PvAp Its special FMlnrts Am : The only pump manufacture! 1 that has no' leather suckers and requirii^ no packing 6r packed joints of anv kind. Always priinetl, for shallow or deep wells, maple handles, adjustable rods, easy working, never freezes. Theiie pumps; are the most satisfactory pumps made, thrdwing:: dtiiible the amount of water with the same ease; as any of the so-called double-acting force pumps. Bv placing the cylinder and rods on opposite siues of the pipe, they are perfectly bnlMiictMl, thereby .saving,half of the poweir* as the weight of the I^ods near y equals the weight of the wntttr. With one of thesa pumps in your well or cisteni you have a home tire engine, as tlic^y 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 that will throw 80 gallons of water a minute. These pumps to be used in wells not exceeding 20 feet in depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. By giving me llie depth of your wells I will fit up any of the aliove pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc., so that any l^erson can install them, I will positively place my guarantee buck of all pumps sent out. Special prices'to country merchants. C. THE HARD-WARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 2 n the Loth-bridge .second mission. R. F. Retve, K. C. Ryland.s, .1. Li?thl>ridgc and A. 1!. StaflTord r,?-tunied from a week's hunting trip to Crow Indian l^ke, smith ca.st of Warner. They got alioiit 2.'�0 l.iixis. Mr. .loiin Mart h.is re-purchased the -Marlaggi Caie. John couldn't !>eep away from ICdmonton and his friends are pleased to see him back in biisine.sN again.-lOdinontoh Rul-ietin. The Cnion Rank interior has l>ooti brightened up and now looks ' us good as new. Wm. Shaw the painter jdid a good job. lie put burla|> on jthe odice wiilis iinii [laintMl the ; ceilings. ! I Thos. Inderwood. the well liked ,'manager of the Coaldale hotel, cou-; templates making a trip to the t>U: i country a I the end of next inontn. Jle expects his niollii-r will iH^tiirii with him. Major Frami'i .Vnriiiaii. Iitte of .the ! .Morthwesi Moiiiiti-ellion of IMS.".. Kverybody is talking of the Wost-; minster .'Vbljey (ileo and Coneurt j parly who will sing in Wesley church on On. 'Jlili. Popular pric.ss .^1.00, T.'m-. :>ih-. rian at H'igiii-hothnm's Itfiig J^toi'e. Rogina's new liii-n.'^e l>y-law is chiefly of interest by reu.son of the i fee it places upon real �ul expects to return tomorrow �night. Mrs Wright is visiting her sist'cr at th,' Hal and will n>main there for a couple of w.-eks. have a lease of the Russell iwine at the I'ot Hole. I.ost- Between fapt. McDonald lanche and Ijothbridgo. .\ small hand-bag containing !!!30 n cash, a gold ring and several more articles, including a letter addressed to the ,�wner. Finder will be rewarded suitably by ivturning same to luiti-r -priso laintber Co.'s ollive on Round Street. Fred W. Rowner, Maple Ci-eek, ha.s ' r been in the c.ty all week. He enjoyed his ivcent trip to the Old Country immensely. Mrs. Down.n Hnd family are still there but wilt return in time for her .son and daughter to enter college at the u'fw ,^'enr. Master Rowner is going to attend Upper Canada Collegx�. r;ast Thurs>'-master she had seen tli.' ad. iji tlw Herald. She told of hrr mialMlcal -ions and was given the iio.s-iiion. Quick results Iroiii H. raid avlvrrtis -ing. Messrs. l.ilTiiigwfll and IC^au h.iv.' taken up Ih.-ii- residence at Warner. The.v will rDtidial a n-al estate business there and nmnag'ITingwell hns be.'ii six years SherilY of Ik^nton County. M.nnf'sota an>r. Muir Rros. of Rig Islk, Montana, have boiigitt a .sect,on of irrigated land at Coaldale. through the Ai-j IXJi'ta Realty Co. They will come 1 hero to reside and are .ilread.v on 'the �ay with lifi^ lieud of cattle. 1 II. W. Hrodie, assistant general f |>as!M)iigvr agent of lite I'.l'.R. Hudson's Ray route, is now .ijv ptirontly noaring fuirilmcnt. The retirement of Mv. (ialbraith. editor '6f the Oueiph Mercury, cans.js another bivak in the ranks of On- I laWo .journalism. He hns Ix'ef' as -sociated with the .Mercury many .\ears and ha.*, always wielded a pow- IF YOU DON'T KNOW KEEL'S .St NEW ^ STORE (NEAR THE FIRE HALL) YOU OUGHT TO KNOW IT Men's and Boys* Furnishings Clotliing, Hats and Caps Boots and Slioes, Etc. Etc To Married Men, Single Men and to the Mna ia the Street: Study your pocket before buying your fall and winter supply of warm clothing. It will be to your interests to insi>ect our heavy stock of high grade gtXMh. We feel convinced that the low prices at whic'li ilio goods nre niiirked will bo a veritable eye oijonei lo you. -NOTE THE ADDRESS- NEIAR THE FIREl HAL.U erful pen. Mr. (ialbraith is a clever Sam Jones has iniproviHl his poultry stock by the addition nf i. j some line Rose Comb Rr of tbo NoiHIi-West Ti-rritoricR. Dr. McOougalt is now comjirissJoncd to ito Kpccial immigration work for the Itominion tJoveriii' lit, i.nd ii wporl will soon � be iimd,.-K.l.iiont* ii IhilJellwv? ....' work of the ministry last Hummcr. I nf .er M\ years of continuous plonoer Vork Mrs. l>avis. widow the 'j,,', of the confederacy iBd^! i< " "' ;