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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta SHOES! SHOES! We take it for graiiteil timt you are aware of the adrnticeti th* manufacturers have made on all lines of Leather Boots and Shoes and also of the contemplated further advance of 20% which means that the retailer must a0 pur ton, deli.or-eil. A. Kaston. Miss llatch went south to M.)n -tana on Tuesday. Mrs. Eph. Dixon is on a visit to Urandon, Manitoba. MisH I.iucillc Eckstoriu >ia.s returned to school in Seattle. "Oh listen to the Ijnml on the square" tomorrow nig-lil. W. D. Froy is now located ut Mayville, North Dakota. Miss Burnett has be^-n vi.s:ting Mrs. NiWoek iu Calgary. Rev. .1. 10. Hughson preuclied ut Medicine Hat on Sunday. W. II. Irwin, of Cardslon, has iwen appointed a notary public. Young "Daddy" Morun is in the hospital with typhoid fever. Aid. McC.uro is oxpectem the -Bast at the end of the week. C. l�oi�ard Is occupying his I'ne new residence adjoining H. T. i.'licr-ry's. S. J. Lay ton of Talicr has nxn appointed an Issticr of nmrriagc licenses. A. Macdonald, of the A. Macdon -aid Co., was up from Winnipeg tliis week. C. A. Oigot, manager of the Union Bank, CurdKton, was in tho city this w�ok. - O, Goodwin, formerly of the U. U. W.M.r., was' in the city this woi'k from Fernic. Itev. .r. h. Chi vers rotiimwl from his fishing trip near Cowley on Sat-ui;day night. The -Et Club heUl a very .iijcy -able dance at Oliwr's hall on Uon-day evening. Hick and Wakol> have Ijoen awarded ti|b steam heating for Wm. Oliver's Sfiew block, Ilejti Virtue bought a bouse �n(! three lots on Rcdpath street at the corner of Ernst, W, C Ives and wife roturno the Pacific Coast, Mrs. Uecve and her guest, Miss Barclay took a trip down the li-o to Carriston on Monda>'. MiSH Addie Bclchnr left last wii,l Cardston Tuesdaj-. It, F. Reeve on Tuesday. The Alberta .Sheep Co. are dcliV;.>r-ing tS.'O head of wethers to 1*. fJ'irns & Co. this week. �;iark Bros, will show KKI biisls at the Cards-ton fair. ' C^ardston fair-wilt Ite held Monday and Tuesday. Leave your order for a cun of j , trunk ne.\t Yakima iieaches Good at Keun's. 2'>th CeiKliiry Clothing for cn^ :.  men. \ew fall styles just iirrU'.^l ut l\w Bonlle.v Conipunj- Ijinntcd. Wanted-Tivo clianiliciinaiils, two dining room _ girls, and one night tiortcr. Apply at Hotel T>eth-In-idge, FrctI Sick, of Tx!thl>ridgo, who hns one of the Ijest l>poweit -ar.v-troasurer of the Master I'lumI) -ers' association which tlie citi/.,^ns of Toronto prosecuted for e.xtortion vas a guest at the lx>thl>ri last week. Miss McEndoo, housekeeper at the Hotel Lethbridge, s)>e�t a couple of weeks in this district, the guest of Mrs, .i. P, Marcellus. She returnixl home last, night.-Pi iichor rr.joic Echo. Bert Bean, wMlc on his way to work at the steam shovel, gtrt jif his horse to see if lie was .->n: tlie right trtiil. While in iVoin of i�e I't kicked him and in(1i.i-t'jd painful injuries. Dr. Rollins, of E.^etei-, t>iit., v/ho took Or. River's practice at lb y-niond during the lattei-'s abseti'-� at the const, has decided to ttr. -nuAn there and go into partnevtiiiip with the doctoi;. Rev. .1. E, Hughson received word on- Monday . that Engineer tllovur who was fi�ghtfully injured in the wreck at Medicine Hat, had succumbed. Mr, Hughson went to the ll.jt to conduct the funeral. Mr, H, G. McKay, H.S.-V., who was appointed industrial niissiou.ny to Central India, by the llrosbyl.M-ian Foreigjj Mission Board, will le supr>ortod by Mr, and Mrs, ILvmil-ton of Taher, .\ll)ertii.  A miner named Kolaus, broke iiito at the depot on S\m lii.\ canie tt F. W. Miebach of Gold Butte, is in the city. Tinick laying commenced ;;t tlie now ttopot today. C. R. Daniel's wheat is said l-i i>c going thirty'bushels to the itcri'. O. D. Austin occupied the Methodist pulpit at Macleod on Sunday, Rev. Mr. Jones of St. Mary's Mission, rusticated for a few days at Bann. Hick and Wakely have ^ust installed a hot water system in [lolin Stovell's rcardenoo, Sir.okcrs will find something worth rending in Wallace a:id elton's ad this week, Mrs. Palmer, who recently here from Ouelph, may establish kindergarten in the city, A choice selection of impui (cd cigars just placed in stock at hi! Bcntlcy Company, Limited. Roy Barnes and S. W. lUrmv;. of Granville, North Dakota, ave. in the city this week looking for la:>;l. The down town C.P.R, c.tpivsH office and money order office has IM^en placed in W, Armstrong's jcwolery store. Owing to the foct tl�al we are removing to our new oflicu, the tne Pacific Coost. Dr. Mewbtu'n was again clen between two freight trains on one of the bridges at St, Mary's iS.iivfay last, A calKtose was Ijadly lain-ogod. Word has Iwon received with re -grot, � of the death, at Ephrata', Wash,, on Sept. 7, of Praneis Xojm formerly a resideht of this town. He leaves a w loft on ty trip % the Coast last Soturday, On Monday the uitornojn coiiunonced to cair.\' mail from gary and points north. The new Jobbing Co. builling promises to be one of the ."ine^t warehouKos in the entire west. ! It is expected that the Bank of i Montreal will move into their new quarters in tJ>e course of ten days. Hick ami Wakely have boon ttw.>?il-ed the stoum heating and ' plumbing for J. D. Higinbothant's new .store. It. H. l>wen went to Fargo, Nor'.H Dakota, last week, O, L, Lalhrop is in charge of the O. W. Kerr ofllcc at present. T, E, Patteson, A, W, Hings, N, T. 5Iaclcpod and F, Ford were t-tut-ed members of the Board of Tradi; at Monday e\Tonlng'8 meeting. Miss Dixie Wilson, daughter of SuiK-rlntcudent Wilson of the R. N, W, M. P, lijaves soon to atttmd liavergai College at Toronto. \V, L. HamlHon, formerly imanager of the Tuber jnine, was in the city tbia wwak. He �� prospecting for coal at Medicine Hat �t present. Car of barb wire received totlay at the Bcntley ConiiNxny, Limite.l. ikm. A, J. Smith, and her dau-jh-tcr M-iss Lillian. left this mui-.-nlui; (or Winnipeg wbero Miss IJillian,nill attend college.-Maple Creek Signal. The new Judicial District of I.i' -ests north of here. The Board of Trade will nuako a strong effort to get the manufacturer's association to pay a >�;si't here on the occasion of their excursion through the west, .1, E, Bull of Calgary, manager of the Bell Telephone Co, for Alberta, is in the city and.wiM put a ganff of t)ien at work making repairs to the long distance lino. F, A, Acland of the Toronto Globe who recently vi�it�Nl IMhbridge, has been appointed Western TJditorial representative for that papt^r, vilh headquarters at, Winnipeg, William Innis of IMhbridge is rt-lioving at the Union bank in tho absence of E, W, l.uckhardl, who :s away on his holidays. Mr. l.uck-hardt is visiting at Bowdeii.-Frank Paper, The Board of Trade has authorized the Publicity Committee to i-n?-pare and gwt out a map and pamphlet, Hho.wing resources, etc., and spend whatever in theii* judgment is necessary', Knocker" writes the Ileral.1:- "The labor oirtfit used our sV.y-bitie seats around aur Gothic t.aud-stand in close proximity to our Fleetwood Irrigation bridge a week ago Monday, Bailej of Liverpool, father-in-law Mr, Hater oi Baler &; Mcljcnn. s(>ent Sunda.v in the city and lt> I'incher Creok on Momlaj-. Mr. Robt. O'Hagan and w-it'e of Ijethbridgc were registered at the Cahoon on Monda.v. This is Mrs. O'Hagan's first trip to Cawiston. Thc.v wore-accompanied hy two of their childivn.- Cardston Star. The Industrial committee of the Board of Trade will devote S'�0 t- were V Mr, Fiveinan�lered the wool -len Mill woulil Im; one of the ! (>>:t paying indiislrie.s in the fi-l,y, MeH,srs, ,Sid .lackson, Ri^rlnian tind l.'nderwood retiirnefl on Sattirdiiy from their jifhing trip In the lYio'in-tains near t.'owley. They liad a grand tinu"! and jieaps of luck. Other membiTS of the p'vrty were C. Harris ami Trenholmc -liickson And famiil.v, Macleod and H. Howard and family. Blairniore. H, W. McKeniiey, M.P.P., returnwl last week from a trip to the* cou-st. At Victoria he enjoyed a visit with his sister, the wife of Chnri.>s .Mair, the tvell-known author of Tecum -.sch'j and other poems. On his le-ttirn home he ixsceived a nHSssage announcing her sudden death,-Krir.ion-ton Saturday News, The following is taken froiii a Mil-ifax  tiaiiy paper. The engagenijiit is announced of Mis,s M, E, O'Don-noll, eldest daughter of John 0'l.>on-noll, 121 Cunard Street, Halifax, to ,V, F. Grady, inayor of MacljotI, \\\a. The ceremony will take place at the residence ot the bride's futh -er on September ID," The iioultry men at. a ntoeting on Saturday evening expressed themselves strongly in favor of the fatt.m-ing station iKlng established iiero. it is necessary that Ihei' .should supply a considerable nuinlior of birds before the crates for this purpose Hill l>e .sent here by the i^ov-ernnient. Mr. Cook will likely he. in charge of the station. A constable of the R. X. V.;. M P. iromi licrthbridge was in town on Saturday last looking after the rtjpoi'i-od cases of Indian dr�mkenn:'ss. Some of the men of the tciioe liad imbilKHl too frocl.v but it coii.Ui not Ik? clearl.\' traced where the>' y>ur -chased their "hurrah juice" or wh.>t it was that made them so ""-Magrath Pioneer, 'J"be provincial author-tl,eH now have charge of the registry ofliccs ol the provint-e. The change was cor.i-ploted late last wwk and nrnounciMl on Saturdu.v. Very little change will lie nuidu on accoimt o' the change and the working of the oiricos will contintte, to a great  x-(ent, as the^- were ljefori>. Tljy will Ih- under the authority of the -Vt torne.v-General, The Canadian Pacific Itailway nounee a MEET YOUR DRAUGHTS HOW? IMITATE YOUF LCOISLAtOM | GO TO THE BKEWEivf Talking about drafts. I have got in $4(JO.0O worth of Dolls niid Souvenir Shell Goods jast three months ahead of time, and the chap wild manipulated tbic shipment is ii crnnk~i,e., he e.Tpects drafts to be |)aid when they fiill due. Now, please help nie out. And that reminds me of the Highland Scotchman whp was caught in a bad storm while out herring fishing. He hid tried everything' but prayer. At last he said to the Lord: "It's no very often I fash ye, but if ye help me oot o' this scrape, as sure^s as death I'll never trouble ye again," S^e the point. ROBERT SAGi: THE PICTURE FRAMER an-1 rate of single fare to Hal- ifax and rettim on account of I>o -I bey j minion exhibition to be held in that v.ontjcity Sept, to October 3th, rickets will lie on sale Septemlw 15 to 19 inclusive, good to return until October 14th. Tickets may 4;e routed via lake in both directions or via Port .\rthur rail rotito in each dir r ection, diverse rciute, not being ;.;iv-1 on, i:. M. Bugart, travelling iisp'vsen-tative of Ellis and Grogun, Calgary advertising- I^tl.b...dg,/s advantages i ^ "^""^ """^^'-wl � in tt^de journals. 'Ibis committ.� is | ^'f"" his return to I Calgary. The accident ha|i|H3iieer has the follow -ing to sa.\ about .lack Haas, ^vlto was emplojcd with A, Easton for a lime: 'Sunday evening Jack' Haa.vhere ho enters the employ of the Great lie eiiters the employ ot the Groat West Saddlery comiinny. "Jack" during his residence tn Frank von many friends who were sori',v to bear of his departure. An informal htro -' well gathcrtiig in hi.s honor was L.ild j Saturday evening. | The miner's stn'l-oar ami their f any kind. Always primeoT for shallow or deep welia, maple handles, adjustable rods, easy working, never freezes. rheaepain|� are the tnost^atisfactory pumps made, throwing double the amount of water with the same ease aa any of the so-inllrd double-acting force pumps. By placing the cylinder and rods sitive:]y place my guarantee back of all puni[)s sent ont. Special prices to country merchants. THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHOKC 66 now corrosf)onding with two or ihi-ci indMstrios that may locate here. Miss Blanche Powell, one of t'.,l-gary's popular .xoung Ia�lies, : .m married last week to Wilfred, tnanager of the l.'nion iSa.nk at Cnrstairs. Mr. F-mery form..:rly held the ()ositlon e built. Coal retails in Macleod tor 115,.'>0 IKsr ton. .tt I-oavings the Luth-brldgc article is sold, for ?4.50 |K.'r ton. Macieod has alwa.vs -.'aid through the nose for her coal nnd she continues to keep up her reput.a-tioJi.-.Macleo miles from town. \ mile from school house. This farm is admirably situatetl close to inurket and closti to school. The land is easily irrigated and avoII supplied with latt^rals, fenceil and sul>-fenced, a gootl restTVoir hoUlinij water thcr year round, 200 acres under crop, 25 acres in hay, tirst'-class honse, Ijarus and outbuiklings. The impiovemenis and machinery are valuetl at $3200, which will be included in iiie ssile at f2(i licr acre. The yield of wheat less yeai* was 45 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 tine Boanling House, location on Ford street, 2 biotas west of post otfice, the best location in Leth. bridge. Price $2000. mmmm in most casus the strjw is the grain is very nnis of Calgary.,. head man of the C.P.R, Irrigation Company, s�.iit Messrs, Honen I'irl Case to Magrath on'Monday to investigate the system of the A. H. .4 I. Co. at Magrutii. The geiiiledi"" were higiily pleased with whit I ilie.x' saw and e.(l theiiisch'o.s as i>i>-ing totall.v surprisml to note I lie .vield and the splendibe-ing done right ami the soil has plent.v j of moiiHure. Everything considerc'd � we are looking torwnrd lb a reasnn-j able rewunl at harvest time nixt i summer. ' 1N'VITATU)N- TO SHAirOHNKSSV .Vt the niei'ling of the Board of Iraile .Moiida.^- evening, F.. L', il,v-land.s .suggesfeil that it was (plite likely Sir Thomas fJ, ShaUi-liiM'Siy. |)ii>si' a visit there and be sug(vos^ ted lAtthbridge should do liki.'vyiwi, Mr. llylands suggestion was fjuiciv-ly taken up and the following i'e.sot-ution a.,.>)!> appreciation of the good work. noWsfil being done; and loy lieforo him ths;; high'level bridge, subway and other,' , open rpinstions now tofor.-) MSi^Mlid that the President select his c'obb,,*, * ''f.lM mittco.' , ' ' ' ^ ;