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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta We take it tor grunted that you arv. uwnre of tliu iuIviuk'hb the mnnnfneturers hhvo iimtlu on all lines of Leather Boots and Shoes and also of the eon torn plated further advance of 20% which moans that the retailor must advance prices of all new goods, as they cost him 15 to 20% more than formerly. Our stock of Bools and 8hocs is very large, bought heavier lust spring than usual, exacting the advance in prices. THE R13SULT- 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, Uletwoe, Northwest, the three special pun; wool Blankets we carry in stock. The quality and value is right Sec them if you want hlunktds. Ma*U�r .f ,ai McDonald, unit of A,H. McDonald of the (Hettgnry ranote, has gone io Toronto to attend *'ol- lege, The City Council Im* | unwed tin* by-law excluding thai part of the thhrlrigu f.�r some Wine, has so far recovered an to bo able to leave and \x exper'vl home in a day or so.-IMncher five* * 4 4 Elbow Room 1 " 1' 3 - The young rhild of Dr. and Hewltson, of I'lneher t'lwk, .last week, while Mrs, llcwltson was ; M rs died GROCERIES Try us with an order from the Grocery Department. Here are two special offerings: Clark's Pork and Beans, 1 11k tins..................................................4 for 25c McCormick's Kippered Herrings, large tins.........................................U for 50c This is a Cash Ntore, therefore values here are hotter than elsewhere.  It, K. Sherlock and sons. Aid. Itob-]nMon and Ormonde Freeman return* cd from a (tehlng trip near Cow^-v on Saturday, They had MptciulUl hitk. Misses M. L. and I*. Mitchell of Twin Hut'te, made a trip to hcth  -bridge'to hoc {their,fdaler and renew , old aet|Uatntancos.-IMneher Oivek i Kcho. Ilerlwrt Howe, of Chiresholm, was married in Knox Church, Talwr iaHt week to Mffm 'linttie White, of \U\m-, ilton, IkM'iuuda. Itev. .1. It. Munt'^e, ortieiated. Dr. fSUlCKpte who HMwistiHt Dr. ! J ! At, thp Pacific Coiiwt. A J. Mol/�an ^ went up from here to attend vhfl j funeral. j Hon. L, Melvin .tones, general mon-1 a half dollars* would bo paid out for J uffer of tile MaHSey* Jfarrln t!o.( di^-eattle in this country thin year. jector of the Hank of Commerce, and a former provincial treasurer of , Manltolm, will pay a vt�U to I Ad.-.- ! hrUlf^e in a couple of weekw. j .f. Moe, n la-st week. Miss Scarfc left on Mou* day for Banff to Join her hrotlic:' who is louring; the west with the . j Canadian MunufactuiH*rn AsHocIallon. ; Mewbnrn during Dr. thitbraKh h ab- j ' sence, left for IMncher Crei�k last { . . t. . x. I . , , ... Austin, a probationer for the Me�h- lweek to enter into partwrslup wtlh t . . , . 1 Ministry, from IXhbridRe. This year I intend to run my Christmas busineii on two floors with a double staff of assistants. Towttfri this end T shall presently require room to help Santa Clans unload ana arrange such a display of Christ mas presents ns will eclipse all his previous efforts on ttiy behalf. T have been saying much the same thing each succeeding year. Have you ever found mo wrong? Don't think, however, that these future glories will make me forget your present needs, for I am just knocking the bottom out of prices in staple and office stationery for next three weeks in order to make complete store re-arrangement. Get* some of those fancy Shell .Souvenir Goods at 25c each before they nre again cleaned out. Do you know that I have just received a large assortment of new pictures and mouldings to suit all tastes? : : -n v^-. :)>.CvV-1 ^ - 11 THE PICTURE PRAMER r - * *� V r _ y - H-- Double Cylinder Double Acting Hand Foree i - �4 5 ^4 ^� The Mtieleotf Ouzel te sn>'H: O. 1). Or. lleivltHon. REE Good News for Farmers WITH EVERY 2",c PACKAGE OF Colsntes Tooth Powder A CAKE OF THEIR CELEBRATED Cnthmere Boquet Soap -AT---- John tMche, of Piche i\m\ Miroii, j left Ju.si wivk on a tri|� to Atoit- t real. IniVi' just received a large COD- j The hand wiU give another open sigtimeiit of the Dr. Hosts Vutcrin- air eoneeri on the sf|tiare tomorrow ev-enittg �t o'clock. Allan \l. Taylor, late of Toronto, has joined the staff of the loeul Wranrh of the t'nion Hank. The Mr. McDUirmUl dnifffflst of Pon- 1 oka, hrother of MIhh MclViannid formerly of the Oall llo�pital, lo�t most of his* properly in Ponoka hy a wcent rtr��. odlHl MinlHtry, from preached In the Mncleod Methodist .1 Church on Sunday last. His sccnioiis were thoughtful and well delivered, The fmople will l>e pleaswI to henr Mr. Austin again. an* ItenietlieSf ineludin^ ]*OlTLTKY I'ANACBA INSTANT louse K1LLKK WOHM POWDERS Miss Mae Ikiker rclurned to her ; Southern AI licit a climate can't )�;homc in Uutvitt hisr^Vednesday heut.�n. K. X,t!Iiffinhotham picK�>l moniingi Sho H|Vnt a couple of! a white rose in hi* garden the other ^ whu ||Cp HisU%r he|V M|.H ^ ! day. 0. .1. Whilnoy has r pe straw- MftlWlni onrotIle from ltHJ i^thhridge \ 1 herricN on hi� farm. i Hospital where she successi'ully un STOCK FOOD,alksi5 JOHNSTON'S DUIXI STORE Rtnneml^er that we are headquarters for Formalin. Blue Stone, and Strychnine. A LOCALMIDGET. Watch Kean't Ail. Pun I is Mrtliiitf at ?r�� a ton in Mat leod. J.D.Higinbotham&Co Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Ni|ht Dell Hull way World reports tlw gross rarulnKS for the A. H. 4k\ t rotul for J�il.\ to haw Ixvn ?lli.78t>. The Winnipeg Maroon i losl t wo ^aates mil of thiiv ti� t'til^nry. At Meilirine Hut tln*y won 1�,\ U*J runs to . allas this wwk. Poliee Constable Jones has resigned. Ik* may return to Kuglutnl The I.tUle llow pool shitM'^l 11 train load of cattle last utvk. Miss 1-ulu f'Hlmer, *�f Winnipeg, is the guest of Mrs. A. Southard. K. II. Hall has returned from Hntte and is hark in It A. Wright's t'ol. Maekle was up from Milk H!ver yesienlay. Hon. W. T. Piida.v is al lending y�? fairs it t'anNtiin and Mngnith. W. J. Culltford spent a few days oh last week al t'atgary ai�l l.a e*nahe. 11. K. Walker, general manager o," Iho Hank of Poimu.-rtv. is expected hei� soon. Miss Mart in. formerly of t'nrdston hit.| joined the slulT of ihe l-'dmontou Public Sthool. VUvly furnished room, modern, suitable for two gentlemen. Applv at Herald olllce. is.s J^lith Whitney of Ijethhridgo. is spending a few days in town Ihe guest of Miss Annie Howard.-Mm r-more TinH�k. The Pity Potuicil has uppointel jrierwvnt an o|>erntU>n for append.e.-; Mayor Mogers and AUlernmn A go-called double-acting force pumps. By placing the cylinder and rods on opposite sides of the pipe, they are perfectly bahmced. thereby wiving half of the power' as the weight of the rods near y equals the weight of the water. With one of threw pumps in your well or cistern you have u home lire engine, ns 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 30 gallons of water a minute. These pumps to t>e used in wells not exceeding 20 feet in depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. By giving me the depth-of your wells I will fit up any of the above pumps, complete with pip�, rods, etc., so that any person can install them. 1 will positively place my guarantee back of all pumps sent out. Special prices to country merchants. *3_ THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 Uev. W. A Lewis of Maeleod. ail! address the Kpworth l*eni;ue of \\e.*-Ie\ ehtirt'h r. Htalford--At I^*thl�ridge. on tilth. IUOU, to Mr. and Mrs. StafTord. a daughler, I'i. A. Cunningham disposed *>f three h�ls on Cuthill St. thnnigh 1 this C. II. liowmun agency. President llramlley says, the wheat a!Iea*ly threshed at Si�rling aver-af|3h thirty hushelK t�i the acre. iit. Augustin'h Sunday sclund \- c-niti wit. Ih* held on Saturday afl-r- noun at the agricultural ground*. Henu'inher the Herald Olllce is u�w iss Will work of lA'lhhridge, spent t a ivu days visiting with the Mlsvs llurnett, on her wuy home from Mann*.-Nanton News. *� \\. V. Simmons paid a trip to the Pass towns last week, lie l*?lieves ! there will Ih* a population of 50,000 there in a few years. child had died without medical aid ltwi wlreaeh at Wesley Church tn j having hceti summoned, hut it uas 'he innri\fng aud Knox Church in the i clear that Hiere was no culpti^e w?k- evening. Mr. Shearer l�efore taking ! Win. Iteymdds. formerly of Coleman, is opening a general store at the u�w town of Diamond City ttu the other side of the river. ligenee ami an inquest was not held. The lacrosse dub hall will U? held on Wednesday, Oct. 81, and the hoys deserve the itherul support of the public on this occasion. Knergetic committees bn\e tn-en named nndthe alYair shouttl (hisposition uas past01 of a Presbyterian church in the city of Hamilton. success. Mr. Itubb. the Itcclamathm agent for ihe l'pit*sl States (iovurnment was in town yesterday. He ib en-Is- a most enjoyahh*>rn�wl ul in making arrange- | meats for the shipping of the largo T. M. Kvans reporis that a iiiiti*er crop of wheat on the elryk farm wilt go at leust flftev*n bushels 14* the acre Jftis venr. vol- life in a tiiv which deslroyetl \\w Cttrdst tn i I located in Ihe new building north ( tluit Howard Case & Co.'s on Itouml St. The Hvindd is issued In ahhtvvUvt? e�r. -I...in* Kk-hurdMin, formerly o/ It- ! *lvum N,,,n"1 ,,nta'�" 'nelm'! gin.i. �...! known in l^hhrlclg*.'� J"'"1 �' '�� ! ttith tin- Iiu-ri* irrignlinn ilitch .. ... .. olhor Nitlt* of Iho lino. Ili'lli- i (iiliuoiir hotel ,il Olluwu. H� *.� - | ("tiiKtt h>- iiiiii|>ii>K from his room to ' ' i tho jjroun.l. ''oIktIk. foimorly of To-! Th.- Mi-ml* of Mrs II. X. Oaler ; ,'0,>,�' uml thu '"^"I'H^ng .vo..n� will .vKr.H to l.-un. tluu she i* �till : man *'ho ,vfe""> *�� "�l- flniHl to Iut InmI. Ilr. Mcwbm-n I P"1. �f .4lw T'R*M ���">. �.�s ,.,- No. I 480 am* irriKitled firm, li milncc*il ami sttlv fenoecl, a good reservoir holtlinK wntor the yt?ar round, 2tMT acn*B umlor crop, 2"> acres in bay. first-cliiss house, lutrits and outbuildings. The improvements aial maehinery an* valued at fSl3M\ whitrh will be inelutletl in thv sale at f2tt per acre. The yield or wheat loss year was 45 bushels to the aere. ThU is a luir^ain and will double in value in a short time. Tf you wish to buy, buy quick, Xo. 2.-A tints Bonrdmtf House, location on Ponl street, 2 blocks west of post office, the best location in Leth-bridK�k. Price $20*K). uuN iallt'd from l^thhrid^e lttHt i i itetl in ewning nititrUnony last TlttirfMlay to Mink Marlon !*atier�oit. \ stock to attend Iter. She Ik reporter! , . !ui this ti,,v ,. u. improving H|uMvr �' Mr�- W " *'MM -Frank ruprr. il. H. Ualti>ur of Quei>ec, (general ' nutria t;er oi Ue* I Dion I lank) and U, U. Sluiw. Ku|h*rln(endcnt oi Wewt irn la'aiuhi*s visiteil ljeVHUrtrtKe lAAt week. In roiM|>nnv with O. I*. Mac* , %i . . . . , . , , ; Monilay night rieculeij to proceed ou The ceremony took pla��� at Wi^'ey Church. Hev. .1. K. tlujdi^m �l�ei.o Ing. S. II. Faii'Md hiipp*ot�>.l the groom anil Miss K .1 Harris �iie nritle. The City Council ut its uteetiu* An Assortment of Silk Waists, new designs, $2.75 to $5.50 each Flannelette Underwear for Ladies and Children (Minerva Brand) Blaek Cat Ribbed Hosiery MU-Uiiu;, local manager, thov aiailu u trip to (*urtlKion I mediately with the construction of Hewers on t'rahh, llurdelt. and (ilyn Dominion Exhibition 1 Wolne in j ,u. HlttUon ,, tin. sUlewitlU an that Ain.iiiiuliil.' tlur Kenwick oi Kingston. to Captain .1. l'oynty 'V^if-h. yVntl. African ConhtahnUiry, noh of tin* I late Captain French, of the Koyal Northwest Sloiinted Jtolicp. I Mr. .1 W. W��kK. lute Serg*uint-Muieen in hU native HALIFAX FISH CAKUS halifax UOO ix !J pound boxks Dl'ff'rt HKKR1XUS, PIHKCT from nova SCOT ia A Choice Selection of Imported and Domestic Cigars. The Best i tiiyn und tlurilette; lo remove th*1 , arc light at the old stnllon to the; new station and to put thive more! electric llghtK in North Ward, two 1 on WesttiJLnster road and omi on the corner near S. done*' resideiuv. }*ro.Mdent Knmk U. Shernuin, of the tidied Mine U'orkorH, left >c-tertlay to atteml the Trade A J^t rtr Congivhs to,l>o held at Vietoriu ne: week. The I'nited Mine * Worker huve confederutiHl with other labor organisation* and ViVKiilcnt Shor -man will n>prpKt*iit them at the Con-givsH. It i� ipiiie iioKhlhle that tl'in Congees* may ivnuU in un Indep.si  dent Uil�or ISirty tielng formed LETHBRIDGE HALIFAX RETURN FOR SINGLE FARE ICKCTS re OBI tieUt iktl in million, rules, etc AtJentrLetbbri re Brands of Cut Tobaccos The executive of the Kdmoutoii t Two Okotoks mon made heavy in* i I-ibeial aKsociation Iiun decided to ventments in Ix�lhhridge ival i^tate lea; and two iiits un Murdctt from T.I). Kevin and A M -f.'race, through Ihu Mime agencji. Win. McIa^o