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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta SHOES! SHOES! We tuke it for grunted that you arc nware of th� advances thv manufacturers have made on all lines of Leather Boots and Shoes and also ot the contemplated further advance of 20% which means that the retailer must advance prices of all new goods, as they cost him 15 to 20% more titan formerly. Our Btock of Boots and Shoes is very large, bought heavier Inst spring than usual, expecting the advance in prices. /THE RESULT-A very complete stock of Men's Women's and Children's Footwear of well tried quality and AT OLD PRICES. Not a single line advanced. BLANKETS OF QUALITY Middlesex, Gloncoe, Northwest, the three special pure wool Blankets we cany in stock. The quality and value is right See them if you want blankets. GROCERIES Here are two special offerings: ..........................4 for 2�*k5 Try us with an order from the Grocery Department Clark's Pork and Beans, 1 lb. tins...........................*................. McCormick's Kippered Herrings, large tins.................................... This jb a Cash Store, therefore values here are better than elsewhere il for 50c A. Macdonald & Co aiMh Century Clothing for fir moi). Now fall styles JiinI arrived the llentley Compuny Limited. Wanted-Two elinnvti'TiuniilH, (wo dining room , girls, and one | and night, poller. Apply lit Hotel l-elli-bridge. Fred ftick, of Txithl�rit1f?o. �iio hn� olio of the best, breweries It) Allien.i whs In town several (lnys last week, --Omnbrook Herald. Mr. Viliert, inspector of bunks, who has been relieving Mr. Andei -son of the I'nlon Hank, loaves for the roast this week.-Kdmonton flul-lotln. C. Malr returned on Hntmxla.v night from the Pacific Uonitt. After the interment. of the remains of Mrs. Mttir fll Victoria, he visited Ills daughter in the ther members of the fiarly were P. F. Harris ami Trenholme -Dickson �>�.m the 'KuHt ut the end of the week. C. t-eonunl Is occupying his C'lio new residence adjoining II. T. Ci.er-ry's. S. .1. l-nyton of Talier has :iccn appointed an issuer of mtirriage lie enses. A. Mnrdonuld, of the A. Mat-don uld Co., wus up from Winnipeg this week. I t,'. A. lligot, muiiHger of the l'n- ! ion Bank, Curdstou, wus in the ei'y this week. IS. (ioodwin, formerly of the II N". W.M.P., was in the city this week from Penile. Ilev. .J. .S. Chivers returns! from his fishing trip near Cowley on Sat. urday night. Tlw - Kt Club held a very I'l.'i'-y -able dunce at Oliver's hall on Uon-day pvening. Hick ttlid Wakely have Im�.>ii aw.ud-ed tho steam heating lor Wm. Oliver's new block. Hex. Virtue bought u house and three lots on rtedpiith sinvl m the corner of ICrn�l. W. C. Ivi* and wife returned o to Curds ton on Monday. Miss Addle Ih'lcher left last week to resume her studies ul St. Mi.r garet's College, Toronto. l\ U. Naisiv.ith went east with ills son, who is returning to his studies at I'pjM'r Canada College. After this you nill find tho llenl.l ofllce in tho new building north. 01 ]1. Case & Co.'s on Hound St. Miss rattoHon of I^omlon. F.ugUind has decided to take up her residi'iirc with hor brother, T. K. l'altcson Dr. McCluro dis{>osod of three lots on Dulfcrin St. to H. Ximmons through tho CO, Ilowman agency the i w..-M IIm- came a . W. Miebiuli of Cold Butte the city. Truck laying commenced new depot today. C. It. Daniel's wheat is said l-. Austin occupied the Molh-odiht pulpit at Maeleod on Sunday. Hev. Mr. Jones of St. Mary's Mis-slon. rustirateil for a few days ut iliind. Hick and Wakely havo ^ust installed a hot water system in I aim Stovell'8 resktenee. Smokers will find something worth reading in Wallace .mil elton's ad this week. Mrs 1'ulmer, who recently hero from Ouelph. nuty establish kindergarten in tho city. V choice selection of impoi ted cigars JiiRt placet! in stock at 'he Huntley Company. Limited. Ho> Haines and S. W. lUrniM. of Granville. North Dakota, are in the city this week looking for luu.l Tho dow-n town C.I'.ll. express office and money order ofllce hits been placed in W. Armstrong's Jewelery store. Owing to the fact that we aie le-moving to our new ofllcu, uve your order for n can of Yuklmu peuehes at Kean's. Good tlirl wanted for general housework. Apply to Mrs. Harford. Head the Knterprise Lumlx-r Co. advertisemeril if you want to save IIIOIU'.I . Mrs. P.I.. Naismitli and Mrs. I.eth-lyrkttf left on e/ trip ^ the -Cu'ille. t.'oust last Saturday. On Monday the ui'lernoMii t in ronunenced to carry until from i .il-gary and points north. The new .lobbing Co. buil ling promises to be one of the .'lne.it. warehouses in the entire west, Jt ls expected lhai the Hunk of Montreal will move into their new quarters in the course of ten days. Hick and Wukely have been uw;yil-ed the stcum healing and ' pluutning for .1. D. Higlnbothum's now store. II. II. Owen went to Fargo, Sor.h Dakota, lust week. O. 1.. Luthivip ! is in charge of the O. W. Kerr ofllce | ut present. I T. K. I'attvjson. A. W. Kings, N.  . Mnclwid und F. Ford were eithhrtdge last week. Miss McKndoo, housekeopi'r nt the Hotel Ijethbridge, spent (l couple of weeks in this district, the guest of Mrs. .1. P. Marcel I us. She returned home lust night.-Pincher fr.vk Kcho. Jlert Henn, wMile on his way to work ut the steam shovi-l, got ilf his horse. to see if lie wits ..ti: the right trull. While in front of unhorse i| kicked him und inflict.>d painful injuries. Dr. Hollins, of F.xeter. Out | took Dr. Hirer's pructiiv m Id y-I moml during the tatter's ubsfoce at I the const, has decided to it -jnuAn there and go inlo parlnei'siiiii i with the doctor. i Hev. ,1. 10. Htighsoii ihhvIvwI word ) on Mondu.v . that Kngincer (Hover who was frightfully iniuivd in the wreck ut Medicine Hut, had surcuat- Ik>iI. Mr. Hligtison w/l-l to the ll:tt to conduct the funeral, i Mr. II. C McKay, U.S.A'.. who I was appointed industrial missionary to Central India, by the lfres*�yter-' fan Foreign Mission Hoard, will be ; supportcent Sunday in the city mid went to Pincher Cr�vk on Monday. Mr. Hobt. O'Hitgau an4M0He�^^^ days Mr. this week. He Is prospecting lor i w,n |,, mii|, coal at Medicine Hut ut present. r ton. M'nrleod has always ..aid tbronuli the nose for her coal ami i she continues to ke,>p up her reputation.-Murteod Advance. Mr. and Mrs. Illayloek left on Sat- , urdny for Vaiicomer whence lliey i i will sail in tin1 I'.inpress of China i for Japan They were accompanied  as far as X'aiirouver by MrR. Mills jnnd Miss Murphy.-High Hiver, j Times. Mrs. niaylock visited Mrs. O. n. McKnv here some months .tgo. I A. V.. Humphries ami C. 'O. K. Nourse drove out to the Silver fai.'i Inn .Monday. The threshers Mere jliusy and IO.OiIii bushels of wheal Most of it on the occasion of their excursion , had alivudy been cut through the west. was givinc 27 bushels to the a-re .1. �:. Hull of Calgary, mamiger of il �U1 *T'[" V" 1 or 2 V-" the Hell Telephone Co. for Alberti. ;�hern. is in tho city and.will put a g�utg j *�'' and Mrs. .lames Clancy. of to Ottawa. s|�enl Friday in town mill Some of the men of the te|sx> imbilHMl too freely but it could not j Ik> clearly traced where they purchased their "hurrah juice" or whet il was thttt made them so "glorious."-Magrath Pioneer. The provincial nuthortl.es now have charge of the registry offices ol the province. The change was completed late last week und nrnounced on Sat unlay. Very little chunge will lie made on account o* the change ami the working of the olllces will continue, to n great �x-tciil. as they were liefore. Tl will lie under the authority of t;>e A t torney-Oenerul. The Canadian Pacific Kuilwuy announce a rate of single fare to Ilitl-ifiiv and return on account- of Do -minion exhibition to In- held in that city Sept. lM�t ,, -,*e:|. , l.tlive of Kills and ncd in i Marleorl on Tuesday, when Mr. Ho- : gurt was at Hie time getting -u n '. wagon when he slipped und n-ike ! his leg. He was attended by u doc lor and had his leg set. and as j soon as.he was lit to travel went to ] Calgary. The Crank Paper has the follow -ing to say about .lack Haas, >vho was emplo.ted with A. ICaslon for it lime: "Sunday evening '.lack' Haas a member of Frank's lucrosse tlub here i-i I e un,| ,, enipio\>ir. American Coal und Coke company, \ took his departure for Calgary .vhere i he enters the employ of tin* (Jreut | he enters the employ of the Oreat Wiwt Snddlery company, "duck" during his residence tu Frank � on ' many friends who were sorry tt> hear of his departure. An Informul /an> -well gathering in his honor was I.-Id Saturday evening. The miner's strike lias lieen .njur-iotiK to business in this t-it \, I ut has not affected the merchants as seriouslj, as it aoiild Iiiim' some, j years ago. This is due to the r-pi.l, development of I^'tllbridge in other respects. The Hudson Hay Co.. so . we are informed by Manager |;y [ ^ lands, in spile of the strike ami the '  fact that i heir store has lieen imv- j J ed back from Hound St. to permit j  their new building to be erected, dd j  a belter business for tho year lust t 9 cIokinI ihun Inst year and ihelrc:.shj* r.k'eipts are considerably liettrr too 9 That is a pretty good record.  .V correspondent from Towmdiip. 11 # Double Cylinder Double Acting Hand Force Pu�p Its Special Features Are: The only pump manufactured that has no leather suckers and requires no packing or packed joints (if any kind. Always primcdT for shallow or deep wells, maple handles, adjustable rods, easy woikiug, never fteezes. Theae pumps are the tnostjtatisfjiclory pumps made, throwing double the amount of water with the same ease as any of the tso-i-allod double-acting force pumps. I?y placing the cylinder and rods on opposite .siili-B of the pipe, they are perfectly balnneeil. thereby saving half of the power* as the weight of tin? rods near y equals the weight. With one of thesd pumps in your well or cistern you have u 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 HO gallons of water a minute. These pmni� to )m> used in wells not exceeding 20 feet in depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carried in Block. By giving me the depth of your wells 1 will fit up ouy ot the above pumps, complete with pipe, roils, etc., so that any person can install them. T will positively place my guarantee back of all pumps sent out. Special prices to country merchants. of the water. C. W. GREY THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 2 Specials No. 1 IW) acre irrigated farm. 15 miles from town. J inile from school house. This fnriii is admirably situated close to market and elosi' to school. The laud is easily irrigated and well supplied with lutterals. fenced and sul>-fenced. a good reservoir holding water thfi year round, 2(10 acres under crop. 2o acres in hay. tirst class house, barns and outbuildings. The improvements ami machinery are valued at $1200. which will be included in the sale at $2M i>er acre. The yield of wheat less year was -15 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 Hoarding House, location on Ford street, 2 blocks west of poRt office, the liest location in l^eth-bridge. Price $20110. J). IT). mcQiieen * ?o w _w _ mmm-m- w �____   ______________  New Goods This Week  Underwear for Ladies and Children Boys' Clothint Suits, Reefers and Overcoats  3 Specials in Men's Socks at 25c Heather mixture, ribbed bind choice for................ iilain hlack cashmere, your  .........................25c  of ipen at work making repairs the long distance line. llange -I. writes Ihe Herald. liar-i  s vest is being gathered in very fast.-j  Ladies' ribbed black CaHl.iiHie Hose, extra good value at.. .UOc 9 their son. .1. M Clancy, accountant in the llaiiW of Montreal. They iour-� hen* i hev I1'. A. Adan'�� "n lo thbridge is l,llv" >�" hn,f " ,,,,,k tl',, ""''k licving at the i;n|ON bank in ih.. I tha� lu,K ,,,v" " c,'m,ml1 � ,,  ,.iiyh| ull|| ,,s hanlt is visiting ,, Howdo...-l-r.l....,fo"n""�i"�! lo pre * ... ( Mr. .1. H. IKmiiiis uf Calgary. ihe ---~- I head man of the CP.It. Irrigation i\viTATI�>N Tf) SllAI'tillNKSSV While in most cus't. ihe strtw is very sliort the grain is very �>-o|ierale with a Hoard of Trade niin-mlttee iu a rcceiition to Sir Tliutrius Shaughnessy on his trip through iMlibridgn and express to him our appreciation of tho good work now being done, and luy liefore him th� higli lovel bridge, subway and other open questions now hefoivi us, and that tjie I're'sident select hi* font-mltteo. ;