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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta THE CASH STORE With an abundant crop of grains and eiceptionally Urge herdt of cattle for export the estimateil value of which totals up to |60,000,OCN) which will go into the pocket* of the producers to be distributed into the many channwls of trade should be ample to pay off old scores and leave all in a position to Do Business on Busine3S Principles That is, BUY AND SELL FOR CASH, We expect a heavy fall trade. We've bought heavily. Ooods are now coming to hand, and many pt�tty things there are, Our prices are always the cheapest for GOODS OP QUALITY. New Dress Goods NEW CHIFFON BROADCLOTHS NEW WAISTINOS, IN BIG RANGE NEW SATIN VENETIANS NEW TWEED SUITINGS NEW SCOTCH TARTAN DRESS GOODS-GORDON, STUART. McDONALD, CAMERON Fall Shoes BOYS' AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES, SPECIAL QUALITY AND GOOD VALUE A. Macdoiiald & Co J. .W. OWhaiii, proprietor of ihu Diiliftli U'c Crcnin Co., will sottle in this cliHtrivt aixl farin itn five si".'t-ions he has purchosfd cast oi' Stirling. The intant chilil of Mr. IVtrie, �.ho lives near the White School hou!*�, wn.s Nialdcit- FREE WITH EVEllY 25c PACKAGE OF Colgates Tooth Powder A CAKE OF THEIR CELEBRATED Cathmcre Boquet Soap -AT- JOHNSTON'S DRUG STORE from to in the ~A LOCALBUOGET. Watch KeabVAa. H. M. Jones spent Labor I>ay. at Calgary. Miss .lessic Belcher left this week for Itcgina. C'has. McDougall has locatocl in Wetasktwin. Uuncan Smith was up froii* He -gina last week. .T. W. McNicol, spent Labor IM.v, in Crnnbrook. F. C. Cooke aiitl wife have roturn-cil from MaclooU. The IlaymomI Fair is lieing held today and tomorrow. Mr. S. H. Ilwrrop was up'. Magrath lust week. The Roman Catholics intend erect a church at Taiicr. Next Sunday is Ually Ihiv Methodist Sunday School. Angus Uoy has taken a position ''With the C.P.ti. as brakeiuan., Mi's. E. T. Sa�nder.s wthk down from Mneher Creek this wcok.i Mrs. E. V. Vooloy ami daughter have gone on a visH to Banll). Miss lOt'licl Addy spent the tvcclc end and Labor bay in Calgwry. Fmi Ritchie, fuel agent foj.- the C.P.R. was in the city lost week. Mrs. W. M. Campbell sikI children of Mncleod visited, Hocrotar.v ot the district miners union, was in the city on Monday. A. J. English and famU.y of Cranbrook, were rcg;ist�i�d. at jihei L�th-bridgc on Monday. A. Bullock, lato of tha firn* of Ott and Bullock, left for ihc East on Saturday night. H. J. Skolth, who hoA lieen tiero most of the Sunimor rwont to Cat-gury on Sunday nigh.t. C]�o. Fraser, brand inspector, .was at Tahcr on Monda:^ looking afteira shipment of C. Y. �attlo. Ceo. E. Buckingham �� New York time lock export for tne Yftlo I^ock Co., visited'thot city lasj^; week. ,^ OUR Biackbeny Cordial and Wild Strawkrry CMipMiiitf have become tandard remediea iu almost every household especially during August and September.. J.D.Higinbolliam&Co Family and Dispensing Chemists Tdcpkanc 49 Ni(ht IcH The agriculture society directors meet tonight. Bishop Van Orman was up 'rota. Taljor on Monday. Threshing will comn^cnco on O. H. Daniel's farm next Tuesdiay. .\. E. Humphries will tic a judge at the horse races at Rayawnd. .Jos. S. Ainslie, the 14ttle '.^.ow anchor, was' in the city on Monday. W. II. Morris has received word that his ftttl^r is .dying at Blen -hoim, Oiit. Miss Phyllis Higinbotham returned Wednesday morning to attend .ton. Ont., is in the city. He has been buying land in the west. Wanted-Two chamiliennaids. two dining room girls, and one night porter. Apply at Hotel t�th-bridge. ytrn. Rose received a telegram this week announcing tliat, her soh, dun. Rose, was ill with typhoid at tVurtii Battleford. Miss Neilsoh, Bishop Sti�et, Montreal, has arrived to spend the winter with her hifrter, Mr.�. J. Moc, Reflpath Street. L. and J. McLcay ^nnounce that their fall millinery opening will be held on W'ednesda.v and ..Thursday. .Sept. 13th and 13th. Rev.".I. S. Chi vers, R. E. .Sherlock and two sons, and Aid. Robinson went to Cowley for a couple of week's fishing on Monday. Miss Evelyn McKay of Lethbridge. and -her sister Crissiie McKay, of Cranbrook, were visiting friends in the city Saturday.-Fcrnio L�lger. In this issue tenders arc askeil lor the erection of the new court house *t Cardston. Plans and spociflcat � ions can be seen at W. C. Simmcin's oince. Mrs. Geo. C Millar of Tal�r. has |jRon� to ihinfT to spend a few weeks. Mr. Millar accompanied her on the trip and returned to Taber on 1P*ri-day.-Medicine Hat Vews. Service will l>e conducted as usual at Ncwlands Sohoolhouse by Rov. F. E. Cory at 4 p.m.. neJt.t Sunday. Excavation for the new freight sheds is almost completed and : umber was placeri on the ground to- 1 day. Wm. Downey, late of San Fran -Cisco, is the new boiler maker engaged by the I^ethbridge Iron Works. C. B. Bowman left oiji Tuesday for the East. He will visit Nova Scotia Vermont and Ontario before he le-lurhs. G. U. Roberts who has taken over tlie Fairfield Dairy business, has put a very fine delivery wagon on the rowte. Miss Mamie Barclay, daughter of W. D. Barclay of St. Paul, formor-ly of Lethhridge, is the guest oS Mrs. R. F. Reeve. E. J. Hill and Dr. Rivers of \h\y-mond, spent two weeks at thecoiiat. \ They returned last week and ro(>.)rl having had a grand time. C. A Magrath left on a ten day's trip to the East on Tuesday rAght. While away he will place his son in McGill University, Montreal. The Washington Land Co. h.Tve purchased nearly 28,000 acres of land, south of Tahcr. The Alberta Realty Co. sold them ten sections. R. W- Todd, field manager of the British American Liand Co. of Si. Paul, Minn., who own a lot of i.-md near Taber, was in the city on Tiios* day. A carload of landseekers from Harrington, W. T. came in Wednc.sda.x' morning and went south to Warner to look over the O. W. Kerr Co. land. Get cver.vtbing in readiness to be jollied next Wednesday evening. Sept 13. by Mr. Jolly of Joliet. If you miss it, you will miss it, so don't miss it. Wesley church. JOLLY. If you desii>e n iolly good time on Wednesday evening, Sept. 12, rememljcr Mr. ^lolly. the Jolly jollier of Joliet, on "The Jolly Side of Life," at Wesley Church. Mr. C. A. Magrath and an Automobile wei-o the conspicuous ugui-es last Sunday. Magratli is coming to the front these day.s-both the '.ith-er and the son.-Magrath Pioneor. J, J. Gillespie came up from Lethbridge last Simday morning and ro-turnod on the evening of the sitmo day. lie expects to start practice here in two or three weeks.-Pinclier Creek Echo. The congregation of Wesley Chvirch has elected the following roprosen -tatives to the Quarterly Board: .\. Southard, W. C. Liphardt, Dr. Cpagj; Jos. Benton, R. Tlflln, C. �I.it :l�ett ! and B. C. Moore. .lOLLY. If you dearly love t.� be jollied, don't fail to hear Mr. .lolly of .loliet on "The Jolly Side of Life" under the auspices of Wesley church in the church auditorium ne.vt Wednesday evening. Harry Howard, accompanied i>y j his daughter. Miss Annie, left Tuesday for the Xorth Fork on a fishing expedition. They were joined U Cowley by C. F. Harris and family, of Macleod.-Blairmore Times. Spiritual Blindness, is the to|>i>' down for the Epworth Ixsague meeting on Friday evening. This is '.he moithly consecration meeting. All menubers ar.? urgetl to attend and tlic public are cordially invited. The liadies" Aid of Wesley ch'i.ch held their annual meeting yesterday aHornoon. Ofllcers for the year werp electe�l as follows: Pres., .Mrs. A. McCulloch; 1st \ ice. Mrs. J. E. HUghson; 2nd Mrs. J. C Liv- ingstone, 3rd Vice. Mrs. A. E. Humphries; ^pe.-treas., Mrs. A. Southard. ^ As a result of th�: visit of Trotter, of Winnipi-g, the Trades and I^vbor t'ouncil flcci(le iu charge of government exhibits. C. O. Simpson of the KiootJniiy Marble Works, Nelson, Il.t'., was in the city this week looking after the erection of the new granite stcpn at the entrance to the Bunk of, Uon,-troal. .lobn Silver may sell his big farm in the vicinity of l>?thbridg Joll.v. wlio lectures nere next week: "Jolly kept the atid'-ience in a constant roar of laugnter while back of the amusement then; was also a serious strain which left an Influence of i>ermanent value." MEET YOUR DRAUGHTS HOW ? IMITATE YOUR LCOISLATOftS GO TO THE BREWEtY CI. Eckirtorm aiMl Geo. Houk i'p-peaml before the City Council on Tuestday mght and asked for a grant to the band. It was deci IumI j to give $40 a month for Septeml>,>r, October and Jfovemlier, provid.?d band concerts were given on tlie public square at least once a wee'c. At, the Fire Hall on Saturday, �ept. 8th, at S.'SO p.m... Mr. Foley, the government poultry expert, would like to meet all the farmers and fiouitry men of the city and district who are interested in the es-tabliahnwtit of a poultry fattening station here. Make a point of attending and hclf) the poultry industry along. Frank Maxwell of Duluth, physical director of the Y.M.C.A. in that city was in town this week. He has purchased three sections sowth east of Stirling and moves up in the spring. He is delighted n-ith this ^country and full of confidence in its futuix>. He is one of the foremost all roimU athletes in his state, holding championship records in man.v events. Messrs. Charles McCarty, of Raymond, Alberta, and Geo. C. Lojn - two prominent elders of the Morm^>n Church in America, arrived in the city by Monday's deloyed train from the east, put up at the Queen's I hotel, leaving again by yesterday afternoon's trtvin for the. west.-Winnipeg Tribune. Talking about drafts. I have got in $4eft Macleod branch of the Dank of Com- | 'l'"esoHgbt out the business of Mr. A. E. Moore in the insurance which he will continue .Mr. Moore expects to move to Cal-gar.v in Xovemlier where he will engage in the same business, he is notv disposing of here.-Raymond Chron icle. Jas. Davidson and George B. Stevenson, two well known citizens of l\jterboro, Ont., recently viaiteers for 65 cents last I week and tried to get Postmaster I Higinbotbam to accept them at lull value but as coppers don't, circulate >hcre the Po.stmastcr wouldn't take 'them. The .speculator doesn't knaw what to do with his investment now. He had Ijetter wait until his next trip east and take them along to have a good time in Ontario. The Canadian Pacific Railway an-j nouncc a rate of single fare to. Halifax and ixtturn on account of Do -minion exhibition to be held in that Double Gylinaer Double Acting Hand Force PuAp Its Special Features Are: The only pump inaiuifacturetl that has ho 'leather suckers and requires no packing or packed joints of any kind. Always primed, lor shallow or deep wells, maple handles, adjustaUtB rods, easy working, never freezes. These pnmps are the iiiost satisfactory pumps mode, throwing double the amount of water with the same ease as any of the so-called double-acting for miles from -town, \ mile from school house. This form is admirably sitiwted close to market and close to school. The land is easily irrigated and well supplied with lattemls, fenced and sub-fenced, a good reservoir holding water the year round, 200 acres under crop. 25 acres in hay, tirst-class house, barns and outbuildings. The improvements and machinery are valued nt $3200, which will be iiichided in the sale at $26 per acre. The yield of wheat less year was iiy bushels to the acre. This is a bargain and will double in value in a short time. If you wish to buy, buy quick. No. 2.-A fine Boarding House, location on Fonl street, 2 blocks west of post oHice, the best location in Lethbridge. Price $-20(K). ' )j\OHoKo:o:o.m^ An amusing incident of the La'ior gathoi-ing on the square was when one of the sj)oakors referred to t.hc absence of llag.s. The only one in i sight at the time was on the DjvIUis : but g few minutes later the Loth-; jtfiss riobinson. trawlling secretary bridge Houfco slowly sent its cn-^of the Women's Homo Mission Soc-sign lo the nwst head. Not ov:>cy j^jj, j^c Pivsb.vtorian Church, vi�*-sjHjoeh j.if^d.iies such imwedinto re- jtprincipall.v through the hospital. \ . ,, I branch of the Society was formed Last Tuesday alternoon. the teach-j. "_____^......._.u!.j. ers of the IMiblic Schools met and organiWHl lh(;ir nssociution for the 3 Spectalis in Men's Socks at 25c Heather mixture, ribbed black, plain black cashmere, j'our choice for.......................................... ^. 85c 5 5 .Lailies' ribbed blael. Caslniiiue Hose, extra good value at.. .30c here and ofllcers elected which Rpea1:s of Miss R*>hinRon*s influence in thin work. year. The following ollicers were electefl. Hon. I'i->?s., J. H. Fleet- \ The Anancial meeting of the Mwli-wood. Chairman of Board of EMu-jcinc Hat District of the Methodist cation: Pres.. Principal W. A. Ham-| churdi was held last w�>k at Sfac-ilton; Vice-Pros,, H. O. I ^ng; S.v.., i leod. This district includes all tho Miss A. 13. Purse; Tieas., Miss B. Niinmons. The progranuiie commit -lee consists of Miss McClure, .Miss MacKay and Mr. Morgan. The iques- churches and mission fields on the main line and Crows Vest branrh of the ('.P.?{. from Swift Current to Frank. The various grants to th" tion of writing was discus.sed. Dis - dlff^'rent fieUls werK ftxcd and the satisfaction with tite vertical system I work for the year was cartffully con- now in u.sc was expressed and a change is likely lo be forthcoming. Meetings will l>e held on the first Tuesday of each month. sidered and arranged. It was re-soUwl that the World's Temperance Sunday in Noveral>er be observed in thp district by all the pastors preach WE HAVE .Tt'ST RECKIVED A O : CAR OP RAYMOND SUGAR 5 The Bentley Co'yi Wholesale and Retail Lethbridge, Alta. i ing a sermon on good .'citizenshiti. The Kpworth League work is al:ui to be pushed, doputa'tions lieing appointed to visit every church to organize new leagues where net'!fc' ;