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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Mid Summer CLEARING 25 p.c. Off PICCADILLY BRAND The 2 Macs As the season is well advanced for Summer Clothing we will offer bur entire stock of Piccadilly Oolhing At a discount of 25 To ori 110.00 Tweed Suits for . .$ 7.50 12.00 Tweed Suits for .. 9.00 15.00 Tweed aud Ser(?e Suits for............. H.25 17.00 Tweed and S^rge Suits for............. 13.25 S�e Ow Window Display ^ Only Exclusivt Men's OulSltcrt in LclhbTidgc 25 p. c. Off The Paiiit to have whca Yo� Hav� to PftiAt The Only Piint in Town Worth Buying. People want good paint. We sell no other kind. Try it when you paint. The Control Hardware Store G. L. VROOMAN PIPE ORGAN RECITAL BY i>r.F.H.Torrington THE LEADING ORGANIST OF CANADA IN WESLEY CHURCH ON THE EVENING OF FWDAY, JULY 27tli Local Talent of the highest order will furnish Vocal Selections The Musical Treat of the year. ^ Reserved Seats, $1: General Admission, 50c WM. SHAW Painter, Paper Banker, Decorator, gent lor"iUilpire wall Papers, from 6c. a roll up. Best of work guaran � teed. '� ,. . Besldenccf-First Jiouse east Court, on Baroness Road. of T. E. Patteson QTT BLOCK Real Catftte, laiurfthc* aad CommiMion Afcat Fire, Life, Accident and Hai! Insurance in the best companies Residential Lots, Modern Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. " Pull particulars oh appiication, RANCH TO LEASE. Siindinli Williams ranch on Ijibllo Bow for sale or to teaso. ticulars at Bank of Commerce. the Par- nouSB MATl) WANTED. Wanted a good housemawl by Mrs. �?. Mi ArnoW. Apply at Mrs. O. t.. �yrQotnan'a. FOR SALE, 1" A reciBt�red PorohDron stallion, ifl^rteoe Weeks" gray. iu i>r tni0�,,|or gnldings or ma.-3s. D. .,1. Vhltney,- Box 877. Pit For Salt trivl 5 lots on Round Street $17.'; each. j lota in centre o( Round Strectt; $1.6,000 �?�ch. Hiouse and lot on I{edpai. W. i of Sec �, Tp. 1ft, Range 22,. house 14x22, at Eigdt Mile lake 16 acres cultivated, half mile lenc-in,y, $10 per acre. Forty acre tract, just outsMc City limits. $5,000. �a�y terms. i section first claan faU wheat land wHhin 5 miles o( city lin��ts, $13.00 per acre. � ^ } sc(>tio� irrigable land at Coal d�lo $30 per acre. " Improved farm within 3 mitc� ot city, w�th buil'dinga, stock and Wn-pliments, about 4000 acrM of p�S-IIro and 200 head of stock. AV bar-gi'.in at $33,000. T. L MTTESON. him SENATOR VIDAL DYINO. Sarnia, 0�t^, .Tuly IS.-BeMtof \'.�dal is very low at b!a home huro. Thsre are no hojpea of recovery. DOWNWENTaMNBROOK MSMIil Tt)� SMCM Tie 1 ill their f#vf)r and not even yet ha.i the tulk a hunt �ho great victory cnn.�:od, CAIJOHT 0.\ THE FLY. At the cloae of the lacrosse game between Cranbrook and liettibridge on Monday night. Cranbrook fell like the slangy "thirty cents," probably 'the�r feelings were iietter exprcsacd tn the words of the message which rame over the wirw iioni the Herald staff at i^k; Saw l>iist metropolia to Fred Simpson. ;i>ie proprietor, "Take signs off k it is it damly gaiite. A I.- Ripley played a dan^ly game. 7n the ivaigibborhood of 3,000 people saw the match. TKc Cranbrook crowd left fof home on their special ut eight o'clock. A big- crowd was at the de? )t >..) .soy "(�oo ceitainly will have to import sever al new men to play a close goim* wiTh Cranbrook. -Cranbrook Herald aV'.i'r the nmtoh in Cranbrook. To stop the scoring in the Iai�t. qu.irtcr the Lethbridge goal tender doniioL' his overcoat. They will probably petition the Lethbridgie city cotincil for |iermis.sion to erect a high board fence in front of their goal *hin Cranbrook goes down on Jul>-16th.-Cranbrook HoraW aftor :he niiitcl' in Croivbrook. of tha sure-enough hrcwi, and, say boys, didn't I flatten the son of a guit out to the quepn'� ta�t�?" Tho boys ai� gone home and Snm has the "toad" with him. A cash guaranty of $000 hod to bv put up to secure the sftscial train. The sale of tickets realised about $110A. One would . thjnk � the club would'^thjitk- the would get the NMrpfM above the $000 but no. the C. V. It. take? the whole pi'c. It is a beni�tiful example of ihe wisdom of the aate game. (Later)-It now transpiros thii PoiHcous, who played secoixl dcfe:�ii> for CrtMU>rook, had the small hone in hal old sores entirely they shouhl' be kept in a good cua-dition, for which, this oalve is especially valuoible. For sore � nipples Cbohiberlain's Salve hos no supt>rii.>r. For sale by all druggists. DEaDbJONIGIIT NMkcrlkt liy IM tort Nr Cu nifVS OWN SITE. Proposition of Flour Mill People -Vc-coptod. But gettiing back to the match itself. L�tiNbridge won on its merits. Tba local team pVayed to win from the start atid when they got a couple of goals in the not, Craitbrook was dazxkd. and from .that time on, they were out pla.ved and at times the match assumod the burle�|ue, the local fellows tosaingr the ball around with not a Cranbrook mam to tattnt tten. AN OUTSIDE ACCOUNT. in an ac- Tbe battls started sharp at four o'clock and lasted until after six. I>Biiox..of Frank, was referee and he curbed ' mt^ �ad all attempts at rouflii play:. The tc(Sini� lined \.p as follows, the aaoaes reading from goal to ins'de bone: " Letfator�d0e:-Ir\'�ne. Barney Scott, Ben .Tttn*e�on. L. Ritchie, Dr. Stewart, A Bipley. Alex. Scott, W. R. Ross, A. Holliss, D. Robson, H. J. Skeith and F. Gow. Cranbrook: ~ EioholT, Maclean. Motheson. Sti4>les, Peters, William-^oa, JamieBon, Cowan, Miller, De-Beck, Patton, Matthews. The first game lasted eleven aiKl a half minutes and was f.riight with persistency by both �ii�ijregatiions. Checking was close ond the ball wandered up and down the field, and got close to both nets, bti-t the defence relieved in good style^ Finally Fenrus .Oow, who piayed in dashing style, throughout the vhole gcune. got the balT'bfhind and thott^^hard checked succeeded in passing to Hol-lis, who stammed it into the Cranbrook net and my wtwit a whoop wenlt up froni the throat of George Houk and the rest of the crowd. Of) tain, the ball went up and down the field, in scrinunages, over the Hne and All Sibout for sixtioen minutes and then Dick Robson conalled it and scored.: After he h�d made the tally. Itobson �Ms struck an awful whadc on the hp, cutting it badly ssmI the pliicky player hrod to quit tbe'gaine, Elmo Eraser taking his place. This endod the first quarter with the score 3 to 0 and everybody except the Cranbrook Mcs hajp-py- The second qnaater. only had a decent start when by a nice bit of combination Herb Skeith got the ball and scored. Time 3 minotes. Not wanting to waste ony ximo Skeith got the ball throe miniitw later ond tallied once more. Cranbrook was looking gluni and hud Mx-ions of a 13 to O scoro to itxii'^tin atvay on their return home. ISut Cowan p\it the "goose egg" .Irmn The Nelson, B.C., News count of the game soys: Cranbrpok l>caten by five goals to one is the verdict in favor of Ijrth-bridgc and it about fairly represents the merits ot the teams on ttte day and as the game was played. rh'� visitors wereHieotcn fairly oikI squar-ly atid on the n>erit8 in open pUy. in combintition ond most cert airly in defence. The Lethbridge team on their own ground was about the equal of the Cranbrook ledm cu Ihoir home territory. There was a really splendid lifath  ering in the pork to witness the match, the ladies' white frocks and the Let4�bridge combination of red, mode the border of the fleVd liko a parterre of Hover.i. At times ttw play was pretty O  it Robinson of the home team was li ly cut about the Hp and then to cy en up mottiers .lamieson of the Cian brook team,- got � swipe from Harney Scott, which taiid his scalp 'oiH�n for �ix inches. Or. Cbfiin had to put five or six stitches in the wound No posaible fault couVd be found with the manner to, which order was kept ai^ the ftKraesS diaplayad the visitors. It was a food, hardgame and the better tetumr wcm At the meeting pf ttbe City Council on Monday night E. A. Cunningham on behalf of B. 1�. Ellison of the new flour mill concern made thc.w offers: ' , (1) The company'to pay for its own site and fo'^^be fifiven exemption from all taxes for the term already specified. (3) The city to provide iha site, tatA the company to be exempt from air taxes for the term a-greed on, as soon as it puts in operation a 300 bhl. mill. The coumii accepted the first oif! vtmUi^ of the flour mill is non- Iclln.tply settled. A flour mill projKJsit'io.t i'mju C.ll. Mohr was filed. lAX-et�-A Candy Bowel Ijaxativo. If you have constipation. If you have a coated tongtie. If you are diz/y, bilious, eallow, risk 5 cents on I-ax-ets. EXPLOSION AT NO. 3. out of business by scoring for C.-a �-brook in a minutes time an J the-Saw Dusters cheered up but only f ir thiKy seconds, when Cow came hop--ping along increased Lethbri^lg'i's tally to five." Thai was the ifst score ot the day though ihe> UNtms battled away for the next two � Cranbrook seem^ to be dt.'thbrMte was wild with i�y when tba match endad with tfce scors S to We had some reason Ur hope we were going out to do some iiheariag, but it is the truUb that we cami back most satisfactorily atutm of some of our laurels, but fioaaoiaUy unhurt, that is � strange thing, too. TViis morning the tietiibfidge sport.s would not bear of a hot on their team at a -Sdkatler pt^ioe than 5 or ti to 2 Ml Cranteook. It cao� to tbis, that they were aetutklly laying the ottoai dog" as d�d a certain lucky merdiant fr>m Pinchcr, where it is probaMe the rubber iKtweon the t�ams will 'be fought out. The game itself may be sunaned i�p in the story ol the flrSt *Ciuart-3r. Lethbridge startsd .a yei^ hstni si^sgo on the Cranbro^'iMl Im^ our inen could, hack came the ball. Our boys were not equal to raising tihe siege and after'five minutea the first goal vwi sectired by Lethh^Mge. 'Pbree more crae �t about nuinute intervals and the erlain'8 stomach and Liver Totblets. We are glad to give them to anyone who is troubied with biliousness, conatipoition, or any disorder of the s'toroach. Many hive been . perniainout on oM friend hi Ms named Helen'Btases and grahhcdl for the place w^ra his affony was located. ITc~dragB�d the' thing off and' examined It with santtinlieingi rare. "Didn't know," saM he*, "thera r�r� horned toads round hers, hut I'll iwirar t4��t twa Jawhowksr is oat Sealed tenders marked "Tenders for Hay" will be received by the un-deraignod up to noon of Tuesday the aist July, 1�0�, at the Barracks at l4�tiilbridge for the delivery of r-^nd green hoy (upland or timothy) mo-jec.t to the usual conditions as to stacking and measurement for bay In atack, balod bay to 'be weighed and inspection and rejcotionot tiiine of delivery if fotind of an in  ferior qualHy. The following quantities are n -. quired: At Lethbridge 135 tonit, balod. At Cout'ts, 40 ions, baled. At Writing, ndenNl for. No newspaper will tte .paid for In-cerliing this advertttacment wilhott proper authority. . ^ JAS. O. WlLSONi Siipt,, Commanding K. Division. 1'lw natural g�s problem' h�s net-been, solviwl yet, though � ilooisinu is likely ^to 'be roovhod wt K s|hvi'.�iI meeting of tihe City I'oumil ihi.s e^-^ning. At Monday nights mi�(.-�iing thiv.� (lltterent parties made proprv the Council two propositions a.s follows: That the Elcfitric Lftgibt. Co. Ltd., shall within two months con)m.3ncG to bore for natui .such pressure as shall be doMnKid Mif-ficiort by the city is found or until notidcd by the'city to desist or until the sum of $10,000 has tteen expended. I'll the event uf gas being found the city agi�c to take overall pVoperty and assets of the Lethbri'dao El>*c v trie Light Co. on t'h�.>sc ierms. To iHiy to tihc company the par valuo of all shares actually isstied ity the oompoby, together with a pr�;m,-ium ot tion |)er cent thereon. To repay to the con^any the actual sum cxpeitdod for boring owl discovering g�� and to assume �11 the liajbilifics of tba Electric Light Co. In the second prof>osii'lion incy asked tihot in t'he event of--'gas be;;�g di9covercor s'tock rn thz oomp-iny to 'the value of $1,000 �s qualification for the niayor, who shol'l be cx-ofllcio a member of the Board of Directors. 'iihe company to pay to the city oil profits in e.xccss of ten per cent. The city to have 'the rig^t at a�iy time to take owr the property and assets of the company on ihe foll'iw-ing tiirms: To pay to the company the i*ar vahw of all shares actually ls.5Uod by the company, together with a premium of ten par cent thereon and to oitsume all the liabilities of the compa.ny. Simmons aitd-Bennett on behalf of their clients said: The company in co�d:dcrat -ion of "an exclusive framohiee Oigree i q bore for gas and sink obe test w�ll to a depth of at lea�t 1,500 fejt, provKlod auificient pressure is not found at a less,depth, the .same to be completed witlAn o-ghteen months In case gas is found the company a-gree to supply gas to the city for municipal pflrposcs and to any bona fMo manufacturing establishmotrt in the city at 5 cents per 1.000 f.vt and for light, heat and other d-j-mestic pur|> at 15c per l.OOO ft. The company agree that the on a valuation as a going concern. The capitol ^ck shall not exceed $100,000 without the city's consen to on increase. Akl. Robiinson proposed thoit the Council should 'not deal with the nmtter at once but hold a special meeting latter to allow ihe propoeit-ions to be well considered. The Mayor asked Mr. Freemtui how it would suit the Electric Company if the town w�nt ahead and bored for gas itself and then iit e\iont ot finding 'it, bought out the Electric Co. Mr. Freeman said satisfactory. The Mayor soM that the feeling in town .was that the town should bore itself, 'bill the council was not thore to wreck important business, and the electric plant would be a good thing for the town to own. Other memt>ers of tl�e council concurred, AW. Oliver, hoW'OVer, - remarking, thai, even if the city d d not 'buy out the compan.v, the natural 'gas woul'd not injure ihe com-r�an.v's business and Mr, Kervin concurred. Mr'. Fnpmm wiH furnish the Council with tha data aboitt value of Ihe electric plant at night's'mocting. The Nan ikhin THE GUN ,.4.,,, W. W. IUNpr6lU>, PhotosrophM*. Late>vith Sli^ele & Co.. CaJguij 3ttittio now.bp^i) ueKt to Bank off Oominerce, up staira, Make us a call. W. W. HaiHironl. ?-- V Our Repair Work Gives Satisfaction BECAUSE.. We use nothing but the best muterial. We use none but the beat tools with which to do ourwcrk. When repairing a watch we instx?ct every'pirt of, it ana nothing ia too trivial to escape our at> t�!ntion. The result is we have people come and tell how well they are aatisAed We can satisfy you aa we have others. Our charges are moderate Hfm. C tiphardt Succciter to A: Zttllu Jeweler Optician te Mps or t'he skin of this most' t contpk'tol.v the soreness of cuts. bumR, bruises and t3 ueifdercd for separately or in bulk for all tradeSiexcept plurotaing, boating and veniilation, tenders for w^hioh will be called later. Each t:>n-der must be accompaniod by an accepted cheque payable to the Minister of Public Works, for the anwunt of S per cent, of the tender. Chetiue. of the successful bidder, if. any, wiU be retained until the necessary co.i-tract and bond are executed and the work complettd. The ch[>que of unsuccessful bidders will be rettjrtied promptly. The right Is reserved to reject any or oil bids or waive an.v defects. JOHN S'l'OCKS, ': , � : -, -  �, .^' fH"!, �," Deputy Minister of Public Works for ' the Province of Alberta. Datod at Edmonton this aoth day of .lune'1906,' ��', ,4 Alfr*.:! Beit, the well-known Saiitii African financier,'Is dead. lie was the world's richest baciwlor ;