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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta MACDONALD'S CASH STORE J. W. Oroeuwti.v of Ottawa, Com-mlHsimter of Dominion Inndn, wuh in (he city on Tuesday, tl. A. Holmes waH in I ho city from this wook. So wan W. W. Store Stands Between You Prices Wu linviMiinile preiMrnlioiiB for nn hicronshiR trade imd expect n 1>ig turn this full son son. 'Having bought heavily fok cash from the ln�8t munufttcturers and jobbers in the east and abroad puts us in a position to serve the public with goods of quality nt th� lowest prices ^ood inerehundlHe As a further inducement and to encourage the cash cash can lie sold for. nystkm inaugurated ut this store we are giving coupons with-every purchase of TO cents and upwards. Comk in axi�* invkktiuath STAN FIELD'S UNDERWEAR \bsolntely nushriiikitble, pure wool and best of wearing qualities. The kind that lit the body and remain so, Try them once and you will have no other. i Quilts Eiderdown Quilts, fine sateen coverings, ventilated, soft, fluffy and lurge, prices ........................$6.00 sua $8.00 Cotton filled Comforts, fine covering and strictly clean filling, large sizes, price ........................$1.00 snd $1.75 Value in Our Hosiery Women's Cashmere Hose, seamless, price, ,15c Ladies' Cashmere Hose at IJ0lo7or Boys* heavy worsted yarn, double knee Stockings, the kind for hard wear, prices per pair.....................30c up to 53c Taber noughts. A. K, Moore and Mr*. Moore worn in the city last evening on their way to' Calgary. Ten bricklayers came in from Win* nlpeg yesterday. They win work on the round house. W. 0. Ives disposed of two corner lots on Ucdpalh Si. through the Bowman Agoncy. Mr. unci Mrs, Dommon of CouUh, are visiting in the city and ur� guest* nt the U'lmlAor. The C. V. U. has decided to ns-Mimo liabilities for freight damagod by fliv� while in transit. The curling club will hold an Inv poilant meeting In tl. U. Johnston's store next Thursday evening. Tin- funeral of Mr. Patrick C'nins* j ^.OUHt cities, child was conducted on* Monday 41 i ternoon hy IU*v. C. K Cory. ^ Itettnell will receive on Mrs, McKlllop of Raymond waft in the city this wook on her way to K.*an. The I'.IMl. has donated $200,000 ! to assist the (Ht.v of \Vtnnii>eg to i srruru ajHlf.v Fninimny, Urn-itisl. Born-At l^hhrid^1. Si�pl. 21 to tho v ifo of Mr. CSro. Shirtvy. a tlnu^htcr. F.. T. West lake, TaNu*. has invn ap|>olut�>d an Issuer of umrriap* lie-enses. II. A. I.itdiardt of iM'rnie, spent u lew dn\s with his luoth-t, W r. the Judge of the kiih- . irat contest In the Assi-mhly Had. seemed to give pc.fijrt satlnfaetion. Mr. IJnrpei ironies from l.ethhri j where he lias a conservatory of mo lc-Ourdaton Star, oen In -Called and another Is t>otnff put >u A)>ont thirty men are employed and coal is l>oing shipped. L Double Cylinder Double Acting Hand Force Pump Its Special Features Are: Tho only punip manufactured that has no leather suckers and requires no packing or paeked joints of any kind. Always primed, for shallow or deep wells, maple handles, adjustable rods, easy working, never freezes. These pumps are tht1 most satisfactory pumps uutde, throwing double the amount of water with the same ease as any of the so-called double-acting force pumps. Hy placing the cylinder and rods 011 opposite sides of the pipe, they arc |>erfectly balanced, thereby Hiving half of the power1 as the weight of the rods neary equals the weight of the water. With one of litest pumps in your well or cistern yon have a home tin* engine, us they can be made ready 111 ofie 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 watei a minute. These pum|>s to l>c used in wells not exceeding 20 foci in depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. Hy giving me the depth of your wells I will fit up any 6f the alcove punqm, complete with pipe, rods, etc., so that any l>crfton can install them. I will positively place my guarantee buck of all pumps sent out. Special prices to country merchants. 1 Aimnond Mercer, postnmstor Magrath, came up from \Vo)^>, Hunk., j Inspector Taylor and family arriv where ho hup a railroad contract, oa |oil hi town from the Yukon todav Saturday. \aftor a passasv extending over W Tho*. ��yan.'In-other of Mrs. (S *n-I at Tht} ItentCompany. Limited. Sunn far stock and poultry food at the Ik-alley Company. Limited lohn Cumu/ng. a welt known cit- i/ea o. Cluresholm died lust \v>n*k. to remain some time uuh Mrs. ('olptimn. Stetsciii stift hats received hv e\ t pi"4-ss at l he Heniiey Compioi.v, J�im-ited today. Mrs. T. CraJian. 0/ Michel, \\ C., is \iNtling her Mister, Mrs. (*. .1. l-*ekstorm. John Kenny Is improving his cadence h.v the erection of a spac'oas \ernmlah. i lion. \V. T. Huhi> declansl Card>lio� e\luhui�m the U�st held in AUierta. Ilu- her way home after studying music in Paris ami Herlln. The I'uhlic School lirill Comi^'t ion wlM lake place a week from to-morr*v ufternoon. The school board has donatoil �1� in prizes. Mrs. Win. Dure, who ha* been n. patient at the hospital hew for some lime, ivturned Jo her homo in (*urd-ston on Monday morning. Hon. C. W. Cross. Attorney General will Accompany l*rvmler Itulh-eiford lo the Conference of Provincial Premiers at Ottawa. who has retired.-Martcod f.V/ctle. i I.. S. Hipley, (1. W. Tulhot. I,. II. Cyr and \\\ S. Hill, aecotnpnnlcd , the Little How shipment of stork to Montreal lust week, Mr. Hlpley \\\\\ go arrows the ocean, hut the other r giMitlemen will return from Montr*al at an early date. Hcv. J. K. and Mrs. llttghson. -ic-companled Mr. and Mrs. Munns. \U*, i KItighson's parents, to Calgary ��n Monday morning. Mr. Ilughson iv-! tumed last evening. Next week he will accompany Mr. Mimas on a t rip QffljfltofflgyffiTySrQ^ lo the Pacific Coast. THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE C6 r.- I Wry .JanvsoM of llje Hank 01 Montreal, spent a couple of days in Calgar> this wis�k. I'or lh'� lacr.tNse rluh hall there will he a Indie*' dressing io(m| up Mails in Oliver's Hall Mrs. Hutchison and sister, of Ilex. Virtue informs the Herald l.e 'completed the contract for the north wanl school according to specificit -:uns and the work which the Hehooi Master Kred Johnston, son of Mr. i%alxVi\ comidains he has not ilon-�. (j. II. Johnston gave his foot a uuk-- u-t|tl llot mentioned in the hpeciflrut :y rut with an axe on Monday. Mo .tons. willhe laid up for several days. Tho K|lU.orlh |-nlRI|4. m.vling nexi T L. Havis told the Herald >vs ! Friday evening will In* held in the teixluy that npplfcallon was golnn ! lecture-room ui Wesley church. The His Kn- Should i I^Mhhridge. is visiting tin* towns-dank Paper. I ho Puss I Young I lycra of the (*algar> aid Is in the city. It ei >mir Hckol for the U'st event of I he season- t h.- r.rjosse c|uh hail Mrs. lieo. Holers has rot urn**) j \\�'diiesda,v even tin;, from her \Wit lo the Atlantic Co.. hack from the Kast. P. \ iU�rt. Inspector of ihc Colon Hank, was in the cft.x lliis w.ek. Hcv. A. M. Cordon is out of the City this week on church business .1. MclA�an of this city, won tie? bucking contest at Hlairmore meow. Thv O. W. Kerr Co. will hrlag .n a lot of Inndseekers l.eU�r�- the week mis. Don't miss ihc lacrosse Cluh ttail in (�;;\er's Hall. n*\t \\eilm*s 11\ night. K. II. I'esscnden. cdit��r of thv News hashmMt Kast to Winnipeg ttti a trip. A K. Moon- ut |{a.\ moiid. will take a posiLim ailh ilie C.1MI li r'gvtiim Cm i(t Calg*n>. to Ih� innite for � postotllce at lllaek Ilu lies. The Little llow Pool is handling .ts slock for export this year. All the cattle have U-en shipped direct to Kngfand. V 1> Falls, iuv in the city this week. Mr. ('uiiict-iiii is looking after his fu.'in io 'he south of the city. City Unml vlM K. Miirru.t, m !#*ihhridge, rc^isiereij nt the Hrand \ iew l-'diutinitoi, hist week. v. a * Ho'el topic is "How Christ M-t elide** and How Christians Meet ThHrs " Tho monthly husiu meeting will Im� important The death took plaee at Coal.lai * last week of Kthel Howry, the ten Cameron and wife of Hreat ; \ear old daughter of Wnrtvti Howr.v She hail only t�sm ill a few day** Mr tleo. Hnyes condurt�Ml the fun -eral t�\ercises ami Interment took pUiee at the l^thhridge cemetery. An enJoyaMe eiivre party was held aL the residence of W. I* I. Hardh' last Thursday evening. Tho pri/� bushels to the acre. This is a finruuin and will double in value in a short time. If you wish Ut buy. buy quick. No. 2. A Hue Hoarding House, location on Foul street, 2 blocks west of i>ost office, the l>est location in Leth- bridRo. Price $l>()(>0. I Harper's Oirhc*tra adl furn.^M Ihc music, U*r the lacrosse rinli Oall next Wediii�s night from a i rip to it he towns in Ha* Cass. , Horner & Hutchinson are making | winners were: Heitllemen. first k.h anivhH for the ,ry.a-i Wilson; second C V V ConylsM -the A.It. X I. Co.'s l- Mr.s. Vrooman won the first ladies' a lUvfJ foot in nasium rooie nt I'aaido.xcev' It'-iulniK Itnom. H)*utleinan. strangi�r in town, Hi', would like to meet refined widow or lady ahoui M* havinii ^omi home �i | chosen her tiwii in town (ice. prize ami Mrs (Mierry. the sec�out 1 A NICE GIRL GOES WITII EVERY 20th CENTURY BRAND SUIT OR OVER- COAT SpV tlET TDK SlIT OK OVEBCOAT HEBE. AND THE HUtl. Abl'EKWMthS -IF YOU "DON'T IT'IS NOT THE EA.II.T OF THE.CU^HES. WECAl'SE THEY'VE TO MAKE YOU A WINNER------- TKe Bentley Co Ltd. Wholesale and lletuil Telephone Prompt Delivery C It Uowuutu Willi or from Hale fax says that I he Kant is alriKht to visit. Iml thut he wouldn't Hve there for anything. Thal'k right. So say we all Okoloks plays cricket here to-mor row. The l-etlihritlue team will >� nexi in Oriuond s tin - employed in It- H smithinu and idumliinff sho|i.-Pin  cher Cnvl; I'rho. 11. VV Kairlie m Calvary, has j�Aa-ed the stalT of the H>tt Telephone Co. he|�' He takes the position for merly held l�v 10. Meiwr. Mr. Mer -cer Ik now employed at the postohVc K. 10. 'riionipKon, of High Hiv.*r. formerly i�f Spring Coulee, wat* i� ihe city thi� wwk. lie reports a larger area than ever s^wled to tall a heat. Formerly the railway rate chared ciniunenlal uavcllers in Alherta and Saskatchewna has tkH>n ilc \#v mile The rate has recently Ikv�u icUh^Mo one 2} rents |mt mile. Itev. .1. W. Morrow of M�lirine Ih> accompanii^l hy his vlfe. It. I' Iluchanan, who i\�pn�k��nts the a |>. Wood Co. wholesale hard-i ware, hetws��'n UlunipeR and lOdmon- , ton, on Canadian Xorthorn npent n couple of da>* of this w�s�k with Lis Inother. \V. A. Thichnnnn of th* Herald. Mr Huilytnan n.ports wonderful growth ah>nu the C. V H. The AttHM'tn Healty Co. has disposed of 1 I HO acres adnuuin^ the now ren�>wntsl Silver flciil to Dr. ! I* Haw kins of Montrose, Ml'ia-. tan (tuarteis of irrigated laud to M. 11 Miller of Uattlc Creek, Mich . ipmrler to H. 1*. Washln�1on. W.V. ami one quarter to .1. \. Mutr of Monlana. Me and Porter THIS HKST IN THIS WEST All orders sent U> thu Brewery will nwive jiroinpt attention E CAN give you bigger values for less money than any other place Our stoek of Shot Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Ammunition, is the big- Ciardner ol town. Shot Guns. $4.00 and up. our windows Hut. will pivaih at hoth services ui j yrH, \4, Vrooman enterta^ad Knox churth oa SuncUy. Ila will ul i inoBt delitfhtfully at military euriv.- so speak ut tho "Chnldivn** .Daj |ast evonhiR. Thero were ten itthle^ Mr; The Central Hardware Store m-rviee in the afternoon. ! awl th� pri/e winners were Ciist (Jow and Uivk ItoUson had a |0eo. Uogers. Miss Ihji'.-lay i:hanco lo go lo iha Vactlk coast on . 0*Ponnoll'and Mr a tour with the Htrathvons leant hat they rouloVi gel aw�y, ||.�ri* Skeith ik on the team. Ih\ Clendenan, provincial nusHerti health officer, >\as iu tlw city Tin* day. Speaking uf thu vMci-hiation tegniation he ivnmrked that ti *i was ivniovett tho country in u years would noon have an epidemic that would teueh ii h,) error Hince vaccination h�w Mr Pay lor Thf soUrtiou pri/eh went to Mr* ^1 Johnstone Miss llurtu-u Mr Cn nell and Mr. ./aini**��n. Hnuvll and U V- Iliirhanan �t-teuuhsl the annual iiieHiing1 of the Vlherta J*ress Association ai M%�di-eine I Iu t last week. The ne\t eon- veution tiill t*e held in Cranhrook. J*\ K. SimpRon of the Cranhrook Herald was elected president of ' lie Association. IV H Kltoti of the (1. 1,. VROOMAN cofnrftiGnrco by mr t?WNK5caiNi of it* wayn. ..... f had boon practised and enforced >l� Cartlston Star and Magrath Pion/r treat epidemics had occurred. [is ono of tho vice-presidents. T i The Woollen Mill Co, has secured an acre site, across the tracks, he-t ueen tin* A |{.