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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta iftavii ALTERATION SALE As previously announced through the local' press, contractors are iibout to begin the altera* tionsaiul improvements to otir building, The old (rout will be entirely removed ana replaced with modern 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 floors torn up and new ones laid? All this will, of course, cause some inconvenience to customers, but we will make the annoyance as light as |K>ssiblc, and as an inducement to the public to visit our store while the alterations are being made, we have arranged for a mo SAl.ii. A great ninny lines have been i.mrked down to ridiculously low prices. You know w hat that means, its our regular prices ure much' below our competitors. Space will only allow the mention of a few: Bedding Comforters. 72 x 72, extra pure clean cotton tilling, covering both sides of tine Chintz, fast colors, each.................... $2.00 7 lb. pure wool, soft tlutfy finish, white Blankets. 11-4 si/.e. matchless vulne at. .3.25 72 inch Tabling, 50c Pipe linen Tabling, 72 inches wide, this will bleach out nicely and wear welk, heavy weight, extra value, per yard...........50c Linen Towelling, 8 l-3e Good quality kitchen Towelling, every thread pure llaxr tho 12 Ac kind, but marked specially for this sale.3 yds. for 25c Sheetings nt a Saving Heavy 8-1 full bleached twill Hheeting. worth in the regular way H.V and 10c. Alteration Sale price..... . v.........30c 20 do/.. Turkish Hath Towels. |>er pair................................................. 20c 20 do/.. Turkish Hath Towels, vxtra large size, best value ever offered in Lethbridge, special. . See our Tapestry Car|�*t Squares, yon can't I vat them in Winni|>cg for the price, the quality and designs are good. !l x �i\....................................................... H.f>0 Coupons given with all cash purchases of D-y (londs and Shoes Grocery Department Pure Mocha and Java Coffee, per lb........................................ An excellent Coffee for the price, ground while you wait...................... High grade full flavor black Tea. put up in artistic It-lb. tins for our trade, price Dress Goods at 25c UK) yards heavy Mellon Dress Hoods, 42 inch blues and greys, just the thing for school dresses, splendid finish nnd a cloth thut will wear well, regular Hm1. Alteration Sale price...........................25c Boys' Reefers and Pea Jackets, priced to sell quickly at $2.23, $2.75 and $3.00. ' S5e i)C I 00 A. MACDONALD & CO. The entire Interior of the Halt Hospital litis Ijeeu repapered untl kalsomincd. Win. Hlinw did the lot). lViul Attdcl. �|)(! veil known C'ouiim rancher has moved (o tho city with his Mo Intends lo build n residence. � II. A. flreelcy of Muplo Creek, nt ono Haw a meintier of tha Torrli >r-!al legislature, was In the city tti Monday. i j Tho improvements on the A. Mac-donald store this week, t Hiiilth Uros unit Wilson have the i contract. It. W. Melnlyre of Calgary assls  Uint Chief CJovetnincnt�>r, was in the city on olllciul lust Saturduy. Sam .lonus, tho celeb rated niui-gcllst was found dead ou a train Arthur White, whose homo Is .n Pinrher Creek nnd who linn lK>en wnrklngln Medicine tt'at for some time, has taken a position In the Windsor hotel. The Canadian Pacific Hallway en-iiouncc a rate of fare and one-third for the round trip on Thankuglvlnj Day, Thursday, Oclolier lRth. Tickets will lie on sain from Octolw to to 18. ami Rood to return Ontoi,er 20. The Lethjiridge llrick and Terra Cotta Company at u meeting Monday night deckled to purchase a nev ilryer. which will cost 81%-000. it Will have n capacity of 70,-biiHiiwt'ono bricks. There will Im* ton tun-; nnls. Self-Satisliecl i -Unsatisfied I X X X T T V V MInm llolselh, nister-lii-law of C.S. I The tendon Knglund Times sa.vs Crest, hus joined the post-omee slut* Mr. V. 10. .1. Hemclryk. Consul for Hhe had two years e.*|>crlenei* -in the |Japan In Liverpool has received Helena, Montana, ofllce. from the F.ntperor of .lupnn the Mr- der of the Itlsing Sun of the fourth Tliese are the two classes and you are in one of them. If in the former you are cor united and happy in the knowledge that two plus two equals four-you don't want to know more. Tf in the latter class you are daily reaching forth for some new experience to add to that of all the bygone yesterdays, t want the latter to visit my store on receipt of this friendly invitation. My new stock of Pictures and Mouldings is-1 was atiout to say "a revelation" but they are really a "(lenegis'' -just the beginning of a series of eye-opening bargains in art that beats all records in this city. .. .'. .', 4fr JOHNSTON'S PECTORAL BALSAM KING OF COrOH REMEDIES 25c and 50c pei Bottle JOHNSTON'S DIUli 8TOI1B A LOCALBUDGET. Watch Komi's Ad. .1. Ilttas. late of Frank, has Joined A. Huston's sinft. Horn-On Oct. 7 to the wife of M. Hendricks, a sou. I>r. Sunders of Mugr.ith, was In th,- city over Sunday. W. C. Kiinnons. M.I*.IV. wns ii. Calgary last Sntunlay. Tho Kerr automobiles made a trip lo Clnresholm yesterday. Mrs. P. Whitney has return.'I from her trip to the cus'l. Mr. anil Mrs. Munns left yes>tcrduy for their home in Toronto. 11. iiihI K. Hulled Oats at The Itentley Company, Limited. The Hand is holding n dame at Oliver's hull tomorrow ni^ht. Mlm. Maude Whitney has returned from a visit to Medicine Hat. A. I''.. Humphries left yestenlu.v k. Wun!isl-A hoy to do li^ht olllre work. A|. ALWAYS First Quality Drugs Are compounded in prescriptions tit HIGI NBOTH AM'S Popular Prices. Expert Dis|>eiiser8 Stitisfaction Gun run teed J.D.Higinbotham&Co Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Ni�hi Bell | Mr. Itjelmsteil, of Coaldale, made a i-ecowt IftMt week. He threshed y, , ,"0U bushels of grain on Mr. Wheel' cr'* farm In half u day. i W. Oliver, b. II. McKwcii, T. Mc i Na1�h sr., T..McVal|W Jr., and Kml jHoon��y, aro nwny nt Lumpy ltotle� on n shooting ex|iml.iloii. Hi'v. Kill her Turli'ux of Mmliciiw Hut. was in llie city on Monday. ,lli> (onilm'ti>d Itomuli t'litholii- s.t-\tiei". nt Tulii'r on Sunda.x It I*. Wiillaci>. who was w.ln \\ I'. i\ov hi'i'i* ior a time lli'x \ Ins � entered Into imttlietsliip -.\it!i Mr 1 llallnchi'.v ut ll.|(h Kiti-r. Hev. W, i;.-il Deor Presbytorlun church. A Methodist Scnndinaviun iiiin.^ -li-r Hev. A. Oumlerson. of Minoi North Pakola. has applied fur .'. homeHtead in this district. W. A. Aulilii of the Heliniuv mini-, along with li. II. Cmiulcil II. I.. Frank of Unite, after whom I'run I. is iiiiiikhI . was in the Cn\ last wn-k. Trn'ns v ill commence running to Tn,lx>i' ^poktine over the new Curli.n road and seveiul other Cnlgar.v gvct parlies of lands.'ek.'rs every week from now on. .Miss Pelu.\ has taken a posit.on as slenne;ra|>her In C. II. Howuuin's uf-lice. II. M. Knllerton and wife u( Nelson. II.(V. were in the city on 'I'll v day. I'cd Hose T.'ii is tfoocl leu -Mill �> sold l>y The Itentley Company. Limited. A. McNeill of Ottawa. Ik>min; Ml Fruit Inspector. s|s�nt Sunday in the city. Head Sherlock Freeiimn's adver-lisemeui if you until Uirgiiins in honey The City Council did nut meet .m Monda.v iiiKl"1 IteaMiii, lack >!' 'liiorniii. The plans for the new woollen mill will Ite out this w.vk and ten iters will In* immediately for. �'hi* lirlck and cement has already hflen iirdcnil. next mouth. It. W. Metheral. of Creemon*. Ont. is the guest of his sister, Mrs. W. A. Hum.Hon. The Cricket Club has decided lo hold an "At Home" al which there nil! lie dancing. Spencer MeCaig returned last wi�*i; irom a trip to his old home at follingwood. Ont. There will Is* a hand concert on (he public squuiv tomorrow evening ill eihhl o'clook. Mrs. W. A. Hamilton returned from her visit to Saskatchewan on Sat-u''day mornini; last. I-:. F.. Mcdlll of the O. W. Kei/ Co.. Minneapol.s, was in tlie i*:i> for �e\i�ral days t|iis week. A Coaldale farmer sold ton ions >i hay for 8*1.500. Who suys isi 'i money in farming*? A. I.. McKelvic and .las. I low were in tho city on Monday Work has lieen commenccil upon n residence* for W. C. Ives nt the corner of Ashmeud and Coiicfluml Sts. T. Odmnrk has the contract. W. I�. Ijimtwrl has ivtlml from t!io firm of I.. II. Fowler �v (V. Cull of Helena. Montana. 1 Stile of fancy work will be bo|(| 4*t the Convent on Saturday, the .'Oth 'irom ~ p.m. to 10 p.m. Tea will ,serven ihv Cnslom's oflW wry soon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Turpy of tlu* town of Warner, are .the proud tiai.-tits o' I here ',,,'sl 1 ��>� '>"��� ln ,,utl  u The lmhy wMl lx> called A';�h.. V.j.r-ni*r Tarpy. The Kpworlh 1 ungues of tl.e class." Mr. Heinelryk Is the father of �l. F. Heinelryk. � las. Thompson of Wiirner wus in It tin city on Tuesday. He Is a hust-i J'.'r nnd has opened u g�*nerat store at the new town. IK* is confident War- * ' iter is going to Is* a good rifced , place very soon. Mr. Thompson cunie-from North Dakota. The Curdston Stnr says:-Malcolm N'oiinu, the new sheriff for the i , 111  i last, t'api. Knnkin is going on furlough mul Lieut. I'lester has liei'n stationed at Keniiin. Tlnd-siueesMirs here me l-aisiiiU Culbeel and Lieut. Watson of Moose .law. ^ The l-ethbridge t'olls.'iMitoi'.v . f Music is offering s|h*cial iuducemeius to al! ladies ami gentlemen who will ' 'take up the Hluily of the nutnilolin, ' luinjn i>r guitar liy Xovemls-r 1st. j '100*1. In(|tilrc nt tit*. Conscrvutury for particulars. Studio Toft's block. Mr. Win. Hnxter paid a visit to liPthbrldge on Saturday, lie s|teaks 'great things for the city which is build.lip up fast. The people t.iv confident of striking gas and hnte engag>*d the assist a ni.....f an experi rom Medicine Hal .-Magrntli I'ion-ii-r. Th** three new automoliiles for the . W. Keir I'd aiv now louring ihe streets Two of them are cov-ere.l. They are dundy machines �nd enn cover the ground like a deer.  F. L. OlifToMl of Fort IV)d�e. has ; arrivisl in the city to take charge of them. .1. \\. McKeiin, and Mr. Hiesl>.\ch, of Tulier, both practical mine"** have leased the Humes mine, with Ihe option of buying They an* going to u*-c a traction engine toiieu! Ihe coal to l^-thbriilge. They �|s,i Ihe Huss.'ll mini* at ROBERT SAGE! THE PfOTPHK PHAMEK Double Cylinder Double Acting Hand Foree Punp Its Sptciftl Fejilvrtt Art: Tito only pump tnanufucturetl tliat litis no leather suckers and reqniivs no packing or lacked joints of any kind. Always primed, for shallow or deep wells, maple ha miles, adjustable rods, easy working, never freezes. These pumps are the most satisfactory pumps made, throwing double the amount of water with the same ease ns any of the so-nilled double-acting force pumps. By placing the cylinder and rods on opposite sides of the pi|>e, they are perfectly bfiliiiiccd. thereby saving.lmlf of the power* as the weight of the rods near y equals the weight of the water. With ont� of thes? puut|>s 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 that will throw 30 gallons of walei a minute. These pumps to lie 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 1 will fit up any of the aliovc pumps, complete with pipe, rolls, etc., so that any person can install them. I will {xwitively place my guarantee Lack of nil pumps sent out. Special prices to country merchants. C. W. GREY THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 Car of tihl Homestead canned vegetables and frails arrived today for The Ik'iittcy Company. Limited. Cameron Keith has joined the stulY !of tin* Hank of Montreal lien* as rnshi.*r. lie came front Montreal. The bi�**l sugar factory ut Huv-monil. begnn operations this we.*.: Ikvls ,uv |>eing shipped in freely. j Miss Calmer, sister-in-law of W. From |no acres of oals on the farm nf I''.. I. Hornet t at Coaldaie. th.* crop was 70 bushels to the . acre. S. A. Hjelmslndl got U..i0u bushels from ISO acres. Carload of - Eastern Groceries Just Placed in Stock f New Evaporated Apples, FVtches and Apricots, New Canned Fruits and Vegetables. New Orange ^ Lemon and Citron Peels, K. D. Smith's Jums and Jellies, Halifax. Anidia and Itliieno*.* Codfish, Duff's Herring. Halifax Fish Cakes. Hig it Shoe I'olitdi in patented safety box, Fearman's English Breakfast Bacon, Uennine Maple Syrup, S|wnish Onions. Cherries in Maraschiuo, Hcd Feather Spiees, till kinds. Hum Lai Tea. Mcca Coffee spent a day shooting nt F.'.ghliv-i Mile Ink.- and got �7 ducks. Strathroy tlisliUt have agreed to have i* lease �,i |�ny towurtls the salary of the ,|lt. |'ot ||,|0. Methodist minister on tlh> U.\V did a good job He put burlup i.n >cur. Muster llowner Is going *.� the otllte wai:- mul painted Hie attend l'p|K*r Canada College, ceilings. Uist Thursilay .1. |i. Higiul-olbai.. Thos. I nderuoo.1 tho well liked advert isisl in the Herald thai h.. maniiger of the Coublale hotel, con- ueedisl a new lady clerk in tin* post templates making a trip to th� i.l*. .dllce. Fairly on Frlda\ iiiornuiK i counti.v al tl.....nd oi next montn. �young holy cnllisl ami told ill lie evpecls his moiher will i>*luru niaster she had seen i lie a*l Hie wilh him. Major I'm ii* is N acres in hay. first-class house, barns ami outbuildings. The improvements and machinery ure valued nt $.'SS>9 !to arrive this week Car of B. C. r' igar, Car of Old Homestead Canned (Joods. Shipment of English Toilet Ware, Car of Bnlier Wire and ear of Port lit ml Cement expected in a few days. Ontario Winter Apples in boxes ami barrels coming. .i in lleratil. She tub! ,, |,, i|ii.ii'.licat ions and was t-n.n ihe pus'itiou Quiil. results n.,m .iK.riis. iug. Messrs l^.ilinKu,.|| ,,inl I'^an ha\.* taken up i heir ii.l.ii. >- nl Warner I'hey �>ll 11>11.111. t a real estate liusiiK-ss there ami manage the hot�| and liver.*. Mr I-0111u\v � 11 has !,,.., sis veins Sh.-iiO ,,| Heiiloli County. M.nnesutii ami his t ime dues not i-v (lire unlil til** end ol the Year. Mr. I' lias lieen ioiint\ audilor. Ituth � Kenil"Mi*'ii are briinlul of energy and Warner v�ill b,. kept hooin.iig as long as the> have anv thing to i|(> with it The Fxlmonlou Ilulletiu says: \1, Charles .Muir oi l^thbridge. vm(n the guest of his broiher'>n-law Mr. {\ W. II. McKinney. Ml' I', for :-'t. 'Albert, vesteivlay Mr. Muir is tt IF YOU DON'T KNOW KEEL'S NEW STORE tXKAlt THE FIRE HALL) YOU OUGHT TO KNOW IT Hat but expects 10 return tomorrow ;RI,ni*,.nml, ,* consideral'l" litermy night. Mis Wright is visiting her sisler at the Hat and will remain there for a couple of �.*eks. Five carload of sheep and five car-load of cattle passed through here ihe other day The.v were from Mon- .ihilit.v and his writings are well know i* throughout the Dominion. One of Mr Mail's poeinK. entlt|,.a "Open the liny," which wns written a quarter of a century �k"fl '"> 'he Hudson's Hay route, ii* now ,\\, Men's and Boys' Furnishings Clothing, Hats and Caps Boots and Shoes, Etc. Etc. To Married Men, Single Men and to the Man in Ihe Street: Study your jiockct before buying your fall ami wintor supply of warm clothing. It will be to your intereuta to iiib|>ect our heavy stock of high grade, goods. We feel convinced that the low prices at which liit- goods are marked will be a veritable eye opcnei to yon. tana. The rattle wen* going to Mr. i parently nearing fulfilment The Bentley Co., Ltd. WHOLESALE AND DETAIL | Prompt Delivery Telephone 33  Skeldnn at Siettter and the she->p to Mr IHnglum at lloydminsijr. Muir ilros ni Ibg 1-lk. Monlnmi, bought a seel.on of irrigated land al Coaldale. through the Ai-licriu lleal'.y t'o. Th'.v will come here to reside and are already on the nay with liil.v head of rattle. , II. W. Itrodie. assistant gi*iK*rul passenger agent of the t' P.H. vu� recently miinHcd in Winnipeg to Miss Francis Shunly Penison The The retirement of Mr tlalluanii. editor "hf the (iuelph Mercili.v, iMiis.-s anoiher hivak in the ranks m tin. turio journalism, lie li�h '*'er as -sociated iiith the Mercury many vears and has always wielded a powerful pen Mr. r .loliii McPougulL Hie n>cii|m.*ruie he will eventually embark velerun pioneer and missionary. of in ioiirnaiism in the West. His many Oalgury. vvas in th� city yesterday bride 'hit''1''" friends will wish h'm evei.v ,n his way to the Doukhohor .vl-.s the sister of Claude IVnison. well j success in his new Held of labor and tlometits at Ijinghaiii.^ Sask. I�r. known here as the representative o.'; trust that he may rcKtored Mclwugall retired from the active j to hi" pristine vigor - Pelerhoro' ' work nf the ministry la�t hummer. J of I rtevlew, |* 4(1 years of continuous pioneer Vork ami missionary work, which wui closed by u >�ar of service on president of tho conference of tha North' West Territories, Dr. McOougall it now roit'juissioncd to do special immigration work for the Pominiou tSoven.e nt, i.ud a report will be mud �.-K.-.i'.'Jnti a Uulleltn. a Minneapolis land company ope-u ; lug In this dislrlct. Mrs. Davis, widow of the iirvf�IJ' ;u ��''#��: ;