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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta n1ifi.i1iiii''tfl SHOES! SHOES! We tiike it for gran tetl that you are aware of the ailvnuces the niaiuifacturers hiivo made on all lines of Leather Boots and Shoes and also of the conteuiplateil further ailvanee of 20% wliicb means that the retailer must advance prices of all new goods, as they cost him 15 to 20% more than formerly. Our stock ol Boots and Shoes is very large, bought lieavier la�t 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, Glencoe, Northwest, the three sixiciul pure wool Blankets we carry in slock. The quality and value is right. See tlicm if you want blanke-ts. GROCERIES Try us with an order froiii. the Grocery Department. Here are two special offerings; Clark's Pork and Beans, 1 lb. tins.................................................. 4 for 25c McCormick's Kippered Herrings, large tins.........................................3 for 50c This is a Cash Store, therefore values here are Ijetter'than elsewhere. A. Macdonald & Co FREE WITH EVERY 25c PACKAGE OF Colsatcs Tooth Powder A CAKE OF THEIR CELEBRATED Cathmere Boquet iSoap ---AT-. JOHNSTON'S DRUG STORE A LOCAL BUDGET. ill Muf- Apply the w.is Watch Kcan'a A�l. Colli is soiling III S�> a loll leorl. Wuntcil.-Oonoral servant. K. IJ. Hill. Itom to the wife of T. A. Unil.r-wnoil, a ilaughtiM'. The Matrruth floiii- imll will *. in opcraliun soon. .SuikTintcndcnt. Kricksun, was in th� c:ly on 'Viiesdiiy. AM. McClure i-oliiriis from Kust on Sa.turir.g 7'iO hr. II. Grosser of Stralhn signment of the Dr. Hess N'eterin- air concert on the sriuare toinorr.nv ary Remedies, including POULTRY PANACEA INSTANT LOUSE KILLER WORM POWDERS STOCK FOOD, Avu .size.s Rciuember that we are headquarters for Fonuiilin, Blue Stone, and Strychnine. J.D.Higinbotham&Co Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Nifht Bell Col. Miickie was up from Alilk Uiver yoslordu.v. lion. W. T. Kinlay is attending ^lo fairs :ii Cardston and Magralh. W. .1. (Jalliford spent a few day.-* os last weoU at C'algar,\- and La-coiabo. II. TO. Walker, general manager of tho Hank of ('omiiU'rce, is e.xpectoJ heie soon. .Uiss Martin, forniorl.v of Cardston hail joined the s(a(T of ihe Mdinontoii Public School. X"icel,v furnished room, modern, suitable for two gentlemen. .Vpiih' at Uei-ald oflico. StaCford-,\t Ltjthbridge, on So|it. i:Hh. 1900, to Mr, ami Mrs. A. it. StafTord', a daughter. li. A. Cunningham disposed of thi-co lots on Cutbill St. through tho C. IJ. Howman agency. Presiclciit Urantlley says, the wheat a!ieac held on Satiiixlay uft..'r -noon at the agri.culiiiral grouirds. Heniombpr the Herald Ollice is now ^ located in the now building north of ^ jijat Howard Ca.se t'o.'s on Round .'St. o\-cni�ig at- 8.HO o'clock. Allan M. Tayli>r, late of Toronto, has joined the staK of the local branch of the l.'nion Itank. The Uailway World reports tho gross earnings for the A. K. & I. road for litly to h�n-e t>ot"n ?12,7fiV). The Winnipeg Maroom lo�t two games out of three to Calgar.v. .Vt Medicine Hat they won by 22 runs to (>. C I". I'. tJonybeare, K-.C, attended a meeting of the executive of the IJiocese of Calgurj- at Calgai-y last week. Miss I'Vllth Whitney of Ixsthbridgo. i is spending a few da.vs in town Ihe j guest of Miss .Vnnie Howard.-Illa'r- l more Tiincfs. j Hev. W. A. Lewis of Macleod. wii! addro.us the Kpworlh League of Wesley church on a missionary tojdc tomorrow evening. Mrs. .1. U. (.'avuiiah, -who visiteil in Ix-thbridge this summer, left MihI-icine Hat ia.st week for her homo in Peterboro, Out.  Afiss Walwoik of JiOthbridgo, spent a low days visiting with tho Mi&3i>.s llurnett, on her way home from MantT,-N'anton Xows. W. C. Simmons paid a trip to the Pass towns last week. He htslicve.s there wili lie a popiilatiVih of 50,0OO there in a few yeors. Win. Keyiiohls, loriiierl>- of Co)i�-man, is opening a general store at Ihe now town of IMainond City on the other siutiuld, non of .V.ll. McHotiald of thi; Otetigar.v rancne. ha.s g��ne to Toronto to atteiwl *'oi-b'ge. The City Council has passed the by-law excluding that part of the t.-inson and Ormonde Freeman rcturn-ixi from a iii�hing trip near Oow'o.v on Saturday, They had splendid luck. Misses M. L. and L. Mitchell of Twin Butte, mmle a tiip to Loth -bridge'to Hceltlieir.sister and renew old acquaintances.-rincher Creek Kcho. Herliert llowc, of Claresholni, was married in Knox Church, Tuber laxt week to Miss Flattie White, of Han*-ilton, licniiuda. llev. .1. Jl. Munr3c, offlciatcd. Dr. Oitlcspic �-ht j lose his arm as reported last wt^ik. i It was badly crushed but will in ;ill jprobabiMity lie saved. I Sir Thomas Shaiighne�sy, presi -! dent of the C.lMl. notified President j Conylieare of the Hoard ot Trade, that he would be unable to visit IxMhbridgo on  bis present tour through the west. Mrs. Cavutiaii has sold her flfty-fowt lot on the comer of Monlroal Street and Fifth Aveiiue to Comluc-tor Cricvcs for ^O.'tO.-Medicine Hat News. .Mr. William Wolsey left for T�U� -bridge on Weilncsday's train to s-.ip-(iTinlend the building of a bridge across Kipp Coulee in Township li, Itange 19.-(janlston Star. Mrs. F. F. Bdd.v, who has Ijeen in the Oalt Hospital nt I..ethbridge rr�r some ttino. has so far ivcovere�l as to be able to leave and is ex|tec',!il home in a day or so.-Pincher Cr.vk The young child of Dr. nml Mrs. Hewitnon, of Pincher Creek, di^^l last week, while Mrs. Hcwitson was at the Pacific Coast. A J. Mcf^ean went up from here to attend ihc funeral. Hon. L. Melvin Jones, general manager of the Masscy Harris Co., director of the llank of Commerco, and a former provincial treasurer of Manitolm, will pay a visit to Ix!t--bridg� in a couple of weeks. J. Moe, C. I", n. agent, has l)cyn notiAcd that on Sept. 1, a joint o-prcss office for the CP.11. and tt I. will be opened in the now depot here. A man, v-hose name has not iteen announctxt, wtll l�e "placed in sole charge of this department. Miss Mofl'att of Cardston, nJid Miss .Scarfe of llraiiiford, Ont., Were the guests of Mrs. .f. J. Johnston ls�t week. Miss Scarfe left on Mon� day for IlanfT to join her brother who is touring the wcwt with tho Canadian Manufacturers Associoftion. Tho .Macleoccn completed. This is a largo piece of work, and the plans iwiuire a givat deal of consider.ition I llentley Company, IjmHted. Mr. Croshic of Vunc�>uvcr, 11. C, su|)erintcndent of the Western branches of the Hoyal bank, vas in the Elbow Room Wa�it*dj This year I intend to run my Christinas biisineM oit' two floors with a double staff of assistants. Toward this end I shall presently refjuire room to help Santa Chius unlood and arrange such a display of Chriitnioii presents as will eclipse all his previous efforts on my behalf. I have been saying much the same things each succeeding year. Have yon ever found niu wrong"? Don't think, however, that these future glories will make me forget your |n-esent ueotis, for I am just knocking the bottom out of prices in staple and office stationery for ne�t three weeks iu order to make complete store re-arrangement. Get' some of those fancy Shell Souvenir Goods at 25c each before ^they are again cleanetl out. Do you know that 1 have just received a large assortment of new pictures and mouldings to suit all tastes? : : : : ROBERT SAGE THE PICTURE FRAMER H. McClenaghaii late of llowick, jc'ty lust week. He also paid a vis-Iquc., accompanied by his family ar-! it to Itaymond in coniimny with I... rivetl in the city to take up liis M. Johnston. It is understood the perntancnt wsidencx!. He will lie ! Uoyal bank has no intention of op-i manager for this district for theleniiig a branch here :at present. 'International Harvester Co. ' Kev. J. G. Shearer, general sec-Coroner Iliginbotham's trip to ; retary of the Lord's Day Alliance Double (Cylinder Double Acting Hand Force Putt^^ IN Special Ftatttrtt Arc: The only pump monnfactnretl that>haii iio; leathtir suckers and ret{uiros no packing or? packed joints of any kind. Always primed, for shallow or ileep wells, maple handles, adjustable rods, easy woi king, never freezes, fhese pumps are the most satisfiictory pumps made, throwing tloublo the amount of water with the same ieose as any of the so-called double-adtitig forcci; pumps, liy pUieing the cylinder and rods on opposite sides of the pipe, they are perfectly balanced, thereby .saving half of the power* as the weight of the rods near y equals tlie weight of the water. With one of thes.? pumps in your well or cistern' you have a home lire engine, as they can be made ready in one minute by n 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 pumps to be used in wells not exceeding 20 feet in depth. Cistern pumpsof all di�criptions constantly carrietl in stock. By giving me the deptlrof your wells I will fit up any of � the above punipe, complete with pipe, rods, etc., so that any person can install them. I will positively place my guarantee back of all pumps sent out. Special prices to country merchants. THE HARDWAHE MEHCHANT TELEPHONE 66 r T. M. Fvans reports that a vol-tmleer crop of wheat ou the Heni-elryk farm \vill go nt least fifteen liiisiiels to the acre ^is year. The Hemld is issuwl in abbreviat* cd form this week., due to the fact we were moving end didn't have tiin� to got out a large pap'^r. JUST RECEIVED X An Atsortment of Silk Waists, new designs. $2.75 to '$9.50 each Flannelette Underwear for Ladies and Children (Minerva Brand) Black Cat Ribbed Hosiery ACADIA SHREDDED CODFISH HALIFAX FISH CAKES HALIFAX COD IN li POUND BOXES DUFF'S HERRINGS, DIRECT FROM NOVA SCOTIA - A Choice Selection of I Imported and Domestic Cigars, The Best | Brands of Cut Tobaccos The y Limited: WHOLESALE AND KETAIL I Telephone 33 Prompt Delivery: Tabor last we�!k revealed that a i-hild had eral support ht the public on this occasion. Kncrgetic commit tees have iwca named andthe alYnir shouUl Ik- a mo^l enjoyable siicce.ss. diidge Itichardson, formerly of litv gina. and well known in Ixpttebridge, had a narrow escape from ioHing his life in a lire which dostroyod t!ie tiilmoiir hotel at Ottawa. He a  capcd by .jumping from his room, to the ground. The friends of Mrs. H. N. Galcr will regret to learn that she is stilt conrmcd to her l>od. Or. Mewtourn was called from I>etl�bridge. Iiuit week to attend her. She is reported ot this time to ))e improving nldWI>'/ -Frank I'apor. O. H. llalfour of Qucliev. (general nmnuger of tho L'niQn Itank) and U 11. Shaw, superintendent of W�i�t^rn branches visitwl Ijct'hbrldge liut wet^k. Til company with O. U. Mac-Micking, local jiianager, thev loadu a trip to rartlslon. We see that we made a slight mistake about .Mr. Magrath being In that Automobile tho other Sunday. Tt should have lnjcn Mr. T. M. Tv.wis They whizze�i.by so last that it was impossible to tell which was 'toth-I or.-.Magrath Pioneer. The engagement is announced of Miss KlVio r'Vnwick, daught�r of the : late l>r. Fenwick of Kingston, lo Captain .1. Toynty fV,�i!h. fVLiih African t'.onstabulury, son of the late Captain French, of tho Iloyal Northwest Mounted INilice. Mr. .1. W. Weeks, late Sergea.nt-Ma.ior of the 1{.\.W.M.I'., is viut- will lie in I>ethbridge next Sunday and will preach at Wesley Church in (he mori^ng and Kno.x Church in the evening. Mr. Shearer l^efore taking thisposition was [Wistor of a Presbyterian church ill the city of Hamilton. Mr. liubb, the Hcclanuvtiou agent for the United States tiovcitiment was in town yestcixlay. Ho is engaged at present in nmking arrangements for the shipping of the large Hteam shovel and traction engine from Lothbridgu for the work of the L*. .S. Oovcrnment in connection with the large irrigation ditch m' tho other side of the line.-Cardston .Star. Geo. H. lUil�erts, formerly of Toronto, and the cntorpriiiing young man who recently purchascfl the output of the liVirneld daii*j'. was united in niutrimony last Thur-sriay evening to Miss Marion Patterson. Bister of Mi-s. W. H. Fairfield. Tlio cerombnj' took place at Weie more electric lights in North Ward, two on WcstnJ.n�ter roacf and one on the corner near S. .fonos' residence. I'l-esidont Frank It .Sherman, of tho l.nitelinon(on Liberal association has decided to ,i�iidnr a bamiuet to lion. Frank Oliver on hise alio i led ) y loading Liberals from all parts of the province. A. MulTutt and daughter, Mis.s Moffatt, rotiirnod last week from a visit to the ranch of Mr. MolTai's brothor, near Cardston. 'I'hei' *ere accompanied by IDIss l>aisy MolTat. who has iKwn visiting with >. let.^os [ at Pembrooke, Ont., the last year -Cranl^rook Herald. Canada to take part in tho ne\t Dbininioit slections. - Blalrni.iro Times. Two Okotoks men made heavy iii-veatnicntfi in Ijothbridgi real e�tnto laMt week, .las Fi.sh piit'chi). coi-ncr lots on Horn-pas, through the C. M. Howman agenc.v. The,y have also piirchat'od an acre on Westminster Hoad from Mrs. Kitson, formerl.v of, I/jthbridgo, through the same agency, and an aero on Charles fronij H. A. Halt. LETHBRIDGE TO a� HALIFAX & RETURN FOR SINGLE FARE TICKETS GOOD UNTIL OCTOBER 14th For detailed information, rates, etc., c|tll on or addresTHTl^rACBETH, AgentrLethbridge. E CAN give you bigger values for lest money thnn nny other place. Our atoeh of.Shol Guna, Rifles, gest in town, our windows. Revolvers, Ammunition, is the big Shot Guns, $4>00 and up. See The Central Hardware Store G. L. VROOMAN ;