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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta f S T T JL i. want the BEST in BUILDING MATERIAL, at the lowest prices go to EIQNEBR Main Yard, Round Street, Phone 763 YKRDS Road, Phone 1063 Cltretholm Nttton Granum Kipp Jet. Don't Forget This Week's Specials Steel Steel and Rubber Tired Go-Carts, and 50 Folding The Standard Furniture Co. Home Furnishers 324 Crabb Street Phone 483 TOWN TOPICS LOSES ON Judgment for to Samuel Dempster. New York, July United States circuit court of appeals affirm- ed to-tlay a judgment for aw- arded to Samuel Dempster, of Pitts- fourg. against Colonel William Mann and the Town Topics PubhshingxCo The suit was tried in May, 1909, on account alleged libellous: '-'state- ments printed in Town Topics con- cerning Mr. Dempster. MR. CECIL'GODDARD DIES, !N WINNIPEG. Prominent Engineer Who Was Em- ployed on A. G. W. Passes Away Suddenly. Edmonton, Julr was re- ceived yesterday of the death in Win- nipeg, quite 'sudde_niy of; Cecil God- dard, chief engineer of the Alberta -Great 'Waterways railway! Mr. Goddard had gone to Winnipeg a short time ago to undergo treatment for an affliction from which lie had suffered for weeks. Mr. Goddard it will be remeiriber- ed, ran the surveys last summer lor the proposed to Butte rail- way, south from this city, after, which he accepted the position of chief en gmeer with the A G W railw-ay and was one of the chief witnesses at the recent investigation He was only 35 years of age, -and "wife and four children. DROWNED AT ALIX. _ Alix, Alta., July Fred- erick, son of T "Frederick, of this place, paying teller in the Union Bank, was -drowned while bathing in -j the lake on the outskirts of tne town on Friday afternoon. x HATPIN PENETRATES BRAIN. x" Iowa Woman Dying from W-und in Runaway. Iowa, July la-ge hat pin penetiated four inches into the train of Mrs Peter McDonald, to day, when she, with a companion, airs Andrew Simpson, was thiown from a buggy in a runaway. The women were driving down a steep hiJl irtien toe team ran away Halfway down the e nis climb, as "his marriage as arranged for the morrow His lancee obected to his climbing ut J3usar was enthusiastic and at- empted to che sheer unknown eak of Jallouvre Se fell 600 feet -killed: Members of the Alpine Club trans to 'a which they Jb uried flowers.' The 'bodjir; was carried dowrt-'to Geneva to-day. ST. CYPRIAN'S SUNDAY .SCHOOL'5 PICNIC. Children, Parents and Friends Spend Happy Afternoon Down, at the River Bottom. It was a happy, but tired band of children who wended their home- ward up the coulee from the river fcottom. after spending a delightful Afternoon down among the shady trees and beside the ful_ stream with the unmentionable name. _ The -occasion -was "the annual picnic, ci the "Sunday school belong- ing to the pansn of St Cyprians And it will, indeed, for the genial rector of the church and the resourceful, school to better their efforts of the future. What with baseball, fooT" ball, m which both boys and girls par- ticipated, running races and other sports, refreshments, daintily- served and in abundance, even moment of the long afternoon will be a nappy memory to every boy! "and present. V Mr. McMil- len worked like a Trojan to amuse and interest the children, and ins ef- forts ably seconded by Sun day-school teachers. self out with the heat intenaclylot kitch- en. Youcaricookincomiist Here is a stove that gives DO outside fctat Afl it! bMt is Concentrated the burners. An intense blue flame (hottaftfrjn either red) it thrown upwards but not ircssd heat is utilized in none in outside heating. entirely removes the discomfort of cooking. immediately the stcve is ready. stove Apply IRISH SEAT VACANT. O'Sullivan. of East Kerry, Unseated On Grounds of Impersonation. London, July 5 was giv- en to-day in the petitioon presented against- the, return of Uvan, Ind Nat, M r for East by John Murphv Nat, his oppo- nent seat -was' declared-void obn the of .the- impersonation and intimidation. In the recent election- O'Sulkvan, an O'Brienite, secured votes; Murphy got _. 00 ___ practically perfect. Too carat ow too muca k coatrolled. You aaxiaiainhoat smoke. The aimpla. Oot with A cloth cleam foently te anclL f New Pcrlectioi Oil CooMMovi ai wonderful for yearnrottad vat, Wi wpecially in iummer. Itm heat upwvd' to aw baa tot beyond or ft il a fcr heating a room. It 1m .-Cabinet wfeh fee keepiof plitce aod food bot. It has lonff torquoiae-bhM i ehimiwys. Thejuckei fioiaa, bright blue of the chimaeya, tte MOT. ornamental and Made with 1, 2 and 3 J and 3-burner ttOTei can or without Cabinet The Imperial Oil Company. "LONELY Jgaris, July woman, said, to be of- Enghslf committed suicide to-day, on the railway in front of a tram. She was well dressed and looked about 35 years of age X note she left behind was signed tf. Rucon On, iti ahe her reason, for suicide Pitttburg's recent not wave kill- ed-fifteen persons in Situated 6 niiles North-West of Medichie on themain line of the C. P. R. If n i i 11 e tor Kedclm midnight %7 4 July 9th; return 4a.m. Monday See Alberta's Coming Manufacturing Centre L. D IDT 17V Kir .-Lt I Room 8, Macdonald Block Sole Agents Lethbridge, Alberta ;