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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Special Bargains Over � Pint week of Sale a great success* Our price inducements will make this coming week still greater. New goods arriving daily. Short Ends Linoleum and Stanfield's Underwear St an field's Underwear for men, women and children. They cntrt shrink. 4 Cushion Tops Cushion To|�, now design*, just in, prices 25c, H5c, and 50c. Cord and tassels to match. 7 rws�- II f |/J Cloth, price Fit Rite Clothing Fit Kite Clothing for men. the Wat iitting garments at a reasonable price. Slipper Soles Lamb'* Wool Slipper Soles, children's misses" and ladies', ttfe. UOcniid *h hunt* lug party hn� returned. Kosult, 200 ducks; SU) chickens and a good time. A. M. WavtH ha* purchased tin! new residence erected by Mr. Morrison at tho corner of Court lnt.d an" Hurt let t. StH, C. I login received word this week that his mother died u\ j'oMi lievis, Quebec on the. t!l*t. *oi� |"was ft2 yearn of ago. i. Itev. T. V. Huchanan, su|M�rittteu dent of Methodist missions on.I Itev. d. M. Hughson, ore sending lo.U.v ' :u tho Houih country. 1 The City Council refused to give Mr. Cbipnnvn, the engineer who supervised the installation of the waterworks, u testimonial. Pat. Iluras, the Calgary cul'te king, was in the city this uwk looking after the nil I pi went or Monte oit-Mi? In tho old country. Messrs. McUrogor, McDonald, Kit -ner nod llorrop of Urn Vnion Hunk stun", drove *n from IHhhrldflo on Thanksgiving t'uy �nd \vtM� the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrrop. KM* ner says there is a fine opening tor a bank in Magrath.- Mag ruth Pioneer. "Too maiur people do not wan! work for a fortune; t-hey want lo speculate. Possibly this may account for tftc scarcity of lnlv>�\ Ne;-or before In my recollection ha\e 1 known laborers of nil ctnssos to ;>n so highly |mid as at present.' - -li s. ,1, Hill. L. Al. J ohnston of Lethbridgv, i-ounsol of A. 0. Trelle In his suit lo break the agreement he -signed noi to sell liquor on tho lots purchased from tho International Company at Coleman, was a Pass* visitor Tues - day. Mr. .Johnston was up on business in connection with the soil., Frank Paper. Mr. A. A v Titus of Manitoba, recently purchased a JJOO acre farm in Kuymond. He has also just . bough> two carlonds of sheep from d. I. Chlpiimn of Magrath through .1. M. Seel of this place. Mr. Neel has two more carloads yet lo purchase and ship for the same gentleman.- Huymond Chronicle. r- j j-? h 1 fa** Breach J - Didn't yon promise yourself the pleasure of having rite frame that picture for you as soon as my stock of Moulding^ would arrive? Do bring it along before Santa Clans begins unloading his goods on me. Card of Sympathy - . h Heartfelt sympathy is hereby extended to tho few citfceni who hnvti recently had dealings with the picture pedlar. Also U comlutt | wenl.v-seven mill's, might to warrant a daily ner-; Mwini� to th�� lartft! nundier of ap* pllcatiofs for admission, ii has l)(�.�n dccidVd t�i open U'tfiuners" i lasses in lhe primary rooms at both West - I minster and IYnl rul Schools on Thursday, Nov, IM. Ciuvnls having children of school ago mid who have t Usmi vaccinat. Ixtuse Killer. Ibslemper Cmv. Colic Curo, (lull Cure, Absorlson Com �d&funri. Worm Cowders, Silver Cue Mwnlinff-Oil, Honey-Tar Utmt U-m oily. TlK�se preparations are r� co ni/*ti by all us being the b�*i their kind on the market. Why not procun* Uu* Ih*si. First Quality Drugs Are comiiouutUtl in proscriptions at HIGINBOTH AM'S T. S. McKelt/.le of the (�. \\ fau'V Co. retnrniil from Mitm.-apnli* on Seturda\- Just. lie .bronchi ttt-elve land stH'Uoi'n with Ii'mo. a general meeting of ih,. meinlN't's i of the Kmpi|-e Clu'� will |,. n.-l'l >u i the club house next WeMn.^Ouy to Ceo. Squirrel hos gona to Toronto consider fttutucinl aOairs. he will likely remain per | w her* maneutlv. I Wun tod .-General servant. Apply to kMrs. IHcher, at tho llarrucks. Mrs Hnchanan and Miss Duncan S Gordon, district engineer *�1 spent a "couple of days of last week surveyor for tho Alberta gotvrtitirwt in_ (\Ugury. (In the city on Monday. Popular Prices. Kx^x*rt Disinmst^rs Satisfaction UtmninUMtl J.D.Higinbotham&Co JOHNSTON'S tVniily nml DisLX'tisiiiK C!�� DRCO STORK Tclwer' as the weight of the rods near y equals the weight 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 that will throw 110 gallons of water n minute. These pumps to to used in wells not exceeding 20 foot in depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. By giving me the depth of your wells T will fit up any of the aliove pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc., so that any person can install them. Twill positively place my guarantee buck of all pum|m sent out. Special prices to country merchants. M 4 r l-'ivd Hurt on, who in now iiuinntf * iMtr the Magrath Pion.-er. s|M*nt ^'"'^^n da.\ in ihi"* eily. Mrs. Chns. McKillop ,f Hayinotul. uns in the city last weok on Iwr way from Kclnionton. w�Hw she had of ljt>thbWd�c# iM linrvemed and thresh Mr. John A. Sihvf's t�lg ftckl t.tVst visiting McC�ig. her ilulighter. Mr. I .ambert. fornu�rl,\ w\\ h Powler A; Co.. is now lorn tod at ThifN* Hills, \))mmMa. It. H. Ikirnes, tho Marieod drtig- city. used lo Irf* n clerk Uj(n j I, ||^. ^ inbotham and it was his lirst Wsi as tin* freight charge from LOCAL BUDGET. Watch Koan's Atl. IV \ Ibert sj>enl TueMlay in Taocr. On October to Mrs. .1. I Iowa r I a son. Wm. Niven returr.�Ml to t'a4y;ai.\ on Monday. A child of "Jock" I lender ion i\d on Tuo*dn> \\ i\ Simmons \v�s in Med'.c'na Hut on Suuda>. Aid. Ikmley was In the city Sunday ami Monday. I*. Yilvrt of tli.� luion lkink. atTaU-r on Tuesday. was from Tal>rr Harry Howard was dou n lllalrmoiv this week. H. II. Owen went lo Minneapolis last Saturday morning. Old you imtUv the Herald page" Keep your e>*� on It. On OctmVr 20th. to the wife o! .1. U. K-thvartU. a datighcei. TIh� baml held a very enjoyable dance on Thanksgiving night. I!. A. Cunningham ret tuned hist week from his trip to the coast. Alex. Campbell aid W. W. Douses were up from Tal�er on Tuesday. I.. II. .IrllilT and wile of tlalrsburg Illinois, w��i*e in the city ibis week. The rattle commission will hohl a sesMon b-re on Nov. Cilh and litth Mrs K. P McNeill. MackMid. is the gn�*st of her iiroilvr. \\. f. lv -s. J no S. Chile, iilNtooe> Inspector. New Westminster, ll.t' . is in i he city. Miss Ituth Cteouiun. luft Ibis wivk for Ontario when* she will remain a year. A. M Hrppler ol" Kaymoiul was in t ht cit \ last we*-K on his way from 1 i Cur of Itathlam Star Cortland tv uk-ii i 4t t the Heat ley l'oirpa"v> Umited. Norman Oirkinsfoi. the well known Milk Hher ranchrr was in the �it> last work. Mrs. K. N. Higinbotham returned from the CarilH* t'oaM mi Monday morning. K. T. Samulers and wife uf pin * rher riii�k, spent most of the \vee|: ir the �it>. If you wan! "To �ent*' raids y �.. *an get them, at the Herald ollice. We kee|i th'iu in stork. Another shipmen-t of V.t\\\ n Hurt's shoos for ladies, i\\ the II nj - ley Company. Limited. ]\rn->si Hagell and wii'e of Moun -inbi \'ie� have \nn�n visiting with Mr and Mis i:dward Hagell. i ijero in eight years. Mr. Taylor of UVyburn. Sask.. has purchas\Ml six lots at tho corn*''* 11 Uurton and (biiness Stiwt-* on the Hivorxiow aditition and will erect three green houses. The C.P.H. telogrniih n�*rvici* Isn't on the mend yet. A Uh>ssn^ WilK sent from West ItoWson, n,C., to lx�thbridge jast Criduy. h did ""I teach here until Sunday nftcrii""11* Now styles in ladit*s Mis received by express today m the Ileal ed, producing an.OOO btishels of wheat nnd HI.000 bushels of oats. ' Tho eX|*onse of getting the grain In i the ground is considerable and the| ex/wn.^e of getting U olt is also ah J that forces some consbk�rati oi Mil.! -� ****** l -1^ ^ It/ * " f>f tho water. 7 - 4 *r L- V ver's swilrh to Ijethbriilg'* a distau�*� of seven luihH*. Is 827 a cor which ftguiN�s noarlv thtve cents n bushel transportation for a distance of 7 miles - Itaymond Chroairh*. A (-(iintiiiii.v on supply appointed at the last quarterly hoard of Wcj-h\\ rhurch, will inwt in a few days to consoler a surcessor of the present pastor, as next June will com* pleto Mr. Huglison's fourth year In charge of the church here, nnd this is us long as the Mctwortlwt chur:'a permits a pastor to remain in the charge. Tin* committee will pro*�^dy the THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE GO o.uio:o:o:o:o;o:o:ao:o.o:o;o:o;u^ a x WM t Mr. Corbes, of the Hunk of M,,r 7U|- �,|fl uin 'Mdain N'AV. ! of Sec. M. T. I. IS. 2"\ | ll> lh" jh-ople- K I Itipley Hros. thret ; whom the commit tee have in mind. i T-ast \vo\*k IMche and Miron pod ehnon cars of cattle and Mr. Cares, fur (iordan ami lronsidi�s, 21 rars. On Momlay 1*. Iltirus end �*!M), terms 10 lots, buildings..................................$1200 2 lots and 5-roomed dwelling.............$700, easy terms Fire, Life and Accident Insurance; Live Stock and Indemnity Insurance. This is something all stock men need. See us ^ �^ A A AAA AAA A A A ^, A A A AAA A AA AAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Carload of eoast an Tuesday un,| w||| return here u^th her husUnntl and sun tu the coiti'sr* �*(' a few w pr-s entation. while Aid Stewart road I lie nddivs*. Mr I1 l>��w�eyl M Mr llu�h tiu'hri*'. M.I'-. mcOuccn & NEW SERVICE great Just Placed in Stock New Evaporated Apples, lViohea and Apricots, Now Canned Fruits and Vegetables. New Orange Lomon and Citron Peels, K. D. Smith's Jams and Jollies, Halifax. Acadia and IMiieutise CotlHsh, Duirs Herring Halifax Fish Cukes. Hig II Shoe Polish in pateutetl safely box, Fearman's Knglish Ureakfast llacon, (Jonuine Maple Sj nip, Spanish Onions, Cherries in Maraschino, Hod Feather Spices, nil kinds. Ham Lai Tea. Moeen Coffee TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK Car of B. C. Sugar, Car of Old Homestead Canned (loods, Shipment of Knglish Toilet Ware. Car of ]ia!;er Wire and car of Portland Cement expected in a Tew days. Ontario Wilder Api'lot in boxes and barrels coming. �mo cashed at A Southard'* and ( no at the *J Macs \ut vei'Hl. l��.v to do liRht aflWo work. Appl> \. Herald Ofbee. W. II Mii'-dimabK o| the Xorih -West Jobbing U*w�s to '' vvas  dUtiiiirswi ��> the c*uieur.v e�>i!-iHi rlttinAffcs. The alderai*1" ai'>�Hihu' ftl"t also deli\or.-d addresses, mcli highly eulogistic or Mr (lalhrailh's mmo j;ood ipialiti.'s as a journalist and r.� ii (ifi/ctt Mr tlalbraitb umde a suitable acknov lodgement. oxpress a^ the regret he ielt nl se\orinK his ht'etofiK ctoiiteel ion ctumert tttn with 11 Mflph 4 THROUGH TO CHICAGO rth Mlt. KI'USTIHIM HACK T i referred the lou^* iu the city solie.- i t ill'. , The Itnynnini ChroniL'le sayn: A. i II. Hirrell and K WhKtomoro, ; both ot Salt l^ukv City loft /or IamO-I bridge on Thurttduy after spending ho vera I days looking over land in this vicinity They are tuJkintf oi i taking �vvr a township from the t'. .1 1-%'ksloria is back front ma inii�iiuf{ of theatre managers in t'al- pary One of the resolutiois passo.l was as bdli'us: "That a tiookini; bureau, to be Uioaa as tli.> Western Canada llooiv-Uiii Hureau. binned lor tin* r.d-Viiiu-'inent of theatrical eomlitM>ns in Wesii-iii Canada, for the regulation tu all towns represented 'by members of the bureau, to obtain a unionism of purpose in all mailers eiTocctu^ the interests of I ho managers." Mr. Iknigtas, maiiagor of the Is.-ininion Tlwali�, Wlnr.lpog, was pee isont. Ilo promised to book all at-! tractions coming to his ho;*se .oei to lend support to the bureau 10. Willis �V(|h ii!i"l'-'l serivtaiN treasurer and manager of the bursiu WtiTHKH SIMM TitACK Aid Adams, |lr. McClure and la r Through Tourtit Sleeper Daily to Chicago and Intermediate Pointt via the Great Northern Railway's SUPERB NUW TRAIN. THE ORIENTAL LIMITED Tonriat almpiiift ear rated are une half standard alee per rates. Every convenience, every comfort. For particulars enquire from II. MaeMli, Agent. Tollbridge. S. S. Minncbotti bails from Settle for tlie Orient Oct. 20 S. S. Oakcd-a sails frmii Smittlu for the Orient ov. v. TH1KH It* St 1C10K. 1 .uadbreek Miner Made Thrett successful At tempt s. in- *o. to place mi \ Ik- put down a spur To attempt suicide turn* times in one day and to meet with falbuv in each instance \h preiiy hard lines, hut. that is what happened a minor l>�lhbridge Juiplomeut Co. want t', named Harvey, who was brought track |row near j down from Kuadbroek b\Kt night 1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Prompt Delivery Telephone 33 Salt Utko market mid expert commence running pxcurhious in ispritjj. Theso |.c.�tjcm^n are but | advance of muny others who la from Ctah t" |�u"r<*hnse and rity council has instructed the  settle, and nro i�arHo�H�K their snlieltor to draw up a bylaw 1 wisdom by sotting in early. ing the necessary permission. t o  ie the Will the Westminster lU�tuI orossius t� .Yesterday morning ho made a botch ward llarllotl Ht., the track io "tn ! i�b at r�ltln� bis throat, Bunwdiua in a south westerly direction op-{only Ut severiiiK- minor blood wskoU tvveen liaroness and Kord Sts. The | and iullieting an ugly gush. This be- c^tyjing fixed up, he next made a deter* giv-; mined attempt to throw himself into the street from an tipper window of u Kundbreek hotel, but again a lair uiv was scoivd. Then an armed constable boarded the train and brought the man into Mneleod. and it was then tho third attempt to shuffle o|J,^ this mortal coil was mode. Ak soon us tho train pulled up he eluded the vigilance of his ^utwd ami jumpod from the platform of tho ear ho^ol flrst striking his head heavily on the platform. He was a little sillier than Iw had been wnen he come ta.whicU L was in a n bntte or so, un