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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Mid Summer CLEARING 25|p.C. Off As the season is well advanced for Summer Clothing we will offer our entire stock of Piccadilly Clothing At a discount of 25 PICCADILLY BRAND The 2 Macs $10.00 Tweed Suits for . .$ 7.60 12.00 Tweed Suits for .. 9.00 lo.OO Tweed and Serge Suits for............. 11.25 17 00 Tweed and Serge Suits for............. 13.25 See Our Window Display Only Exclullvc Mcn'i OutRttttt in Ltthbttdgt 25 p. c. Off The Paint to have when You Have to Paint The Only Ptint in Town Worth Buying. People want good paint. We sell no other kind. Try it when you paint. The Central Hardware Store (J. L. V ROOM AN PIPE ORGAN RECITAL BY Dr.F.H.Torririgton THE LEADING ORGANIST OF CANADA IN WESLEY CHURCH ON THE EVENING OF DOWN WtNTCRAN BROOK LMttfMfc T>> wont with Caesar The 001x4111*1 seemed easy as tho match was i.p.r-od out BUT. t in their favor nbd not aven yet 1 h�voys are gono homo and Snm has the "load" with him. A cash guarantiee of $�00 hod to b� put �p to secure the special train. The sale of tickets realised about 11100. One wntiM-think � the club would got the surplus above Iho $000 but no. the 0. P. It. takes the whole pl'e. It Is a beautiful example of the wisdom of the safe game. (tjaler)-It now transpires th-tt Pontoons, who played second dofoive for Cranbrook, had the small bone in ids left arm broken In tho first oheck (Inning the first quarter of the game. To t'be distinguished (!elnl tit eight o'clock. A big crowd wns at. live de;> >t �..� say "Coo.l bye." Cranbrook has a lot of A t spores. Taking it all in all, the match was qui'e clean. It was hot enough but tabil-r'dn" ceilnlnly will have to import several new men to play a close gome wilh Cranbrook. -Cranbrook Herald af'er the ma Mi in Cranbrook. As u dressing for old chronic soinw there is nothing so good as Chain hertain's Halve. White it is not ad vlsablo to heal old sores entirely they should be kept In a good con dlMon, for which this Naive is ospoc lolly valuable, for sore nipples Chamberlain's Halve has no superior For sale by all druggists. BUYS OWN SITU. Proposition ot Flour Mill People Ac copied. I The- cry since has been. "If we 1 _ jhod only known." "It we had. Mr." j tho 8Corteg ln the la*t. J this city would be a few thousand w ^ lMhMdge goal ,wdor pieces of paper money oheod ��"� ,;lonlMV, ,is OVWoot. They will 1 wo didn t find out until tlw match \mm,. ....__.... _ ,h_ , , pre lahly petition the liPthbrioge city was well �.1vanred and then Cran-i .. , _ ._, , ., . , I brook's pun-, were c.o.ed and not , I �,,m'' '�r "TT . f ""f *"* *T cW'�n .......... boord fence In front of their goal | from alt taxes for the term alread, At the meeting of t offers: (1) Tho compa�y to pay for it I dollar could he sighted wMh a t�l. s- ^n Cmnbrook goes down on duty jCOp0' _ , I/�thbridge won easily by a score of '� 1o 1 and Cranbrook Is s>till ral-enlaiing around the corridors of the Cosmoimlitan and Cranbrook hotels how it all happened. Yet they admit the beMer team won. tint they can't clear the train ot the thoughts of ttaA 13 to 1 score at Cramfhrook and explain the reversal at l^th -brMgc. We expect the "OM Mo.n" to �o!ve the problem in this weekjs Cranbrook Herald. 10th-Cranbrook Herald after :hc iiuitd. In Crnnbrook. AN OUTS1DK ACCOUNT. The Nelson, B.C., News in an account ot the game says: Cranlvrpok lieaten by five goals to one is the> verdict In favor ot lieth-brktge and it about fairly represents -the merits of the teams on the day and ns the game was played. ?h'> vIsHors weretieaten fairly and BYpiar-ly and on the merits 1n o|�en pUy. m combination and most, rentainly Wi "defence. Tlie liPthbridgv team on their own ground was about the The Man Benin THE GUN specified. f9) I'ho city to provide ih-3 site, and the company 4o lw> ox empt from all taxes for the term a greed on. as soon as it puts in o|wr-atlon a 300 hhl. mill. The coiinci accepted the first oit>- ctmliM 'Mie (lour mill is novm I'll. Mohr was filed. Bui getting back to tlto match itself. l^�t**>ridgc won on its men's Th� local team plaved to win from tho .tart an., when th..y go, � cou-|^'�' �' the Cranbrook team cn pie of goals In tho Cral 00k \ territory was o'clock and lasted until after nix. L*noox, .of Frotik, was referee and he FRIDAY, JULY 27th Local Talent of the highest order will furnish Voenl Selections The Mtisical Treat of the year. * Reserved Seats, $1; General Admission, 50c. curbed any and all attempts ot rough play. The teams lined \.p as follows, the names reading from goal to ins'do home: Lethhrkh/e:-Irv*ne. Barney Scott, Ben .fanrieson, Ititehle, Dr. Stewart. A. Blpley, Alex. Scott. W. It. Boss, A. Hollisfl. II. Itobson, II. J. Skeitfi ami F. Cow. Cranbrook: - lSiehofT, Maclean, Mntiteson, Staples, IVters, William -Son, JanWeson, Cowan. Miller, IV-Beck, Pat ton, Mat'tihewft. The flrat game lasted eleven ami a half minutes and was f.iught with unhurt That is a strange thing, persistency by both aj&rregwtioiiK ly tut ahout the lip and then tocv en up matters .famioson of tlw Cinn- WM. SHAW Painter, Paper Honker. Decorator, agent tor Empire Wail Papers, from 6c. a roll up Best of work guoran teed. Resldenro- First bouse east Court Hoime. on Baroseas Houd. ol T. E. Patteson OTT llbOtK Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Fire, Life, Accident nnd Huil Insurance in tlto best companies. Residential Lots, Modern Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc, for sale for cusli ami on time. Full particulars on application. Properties For Sale fi lots on Round Street $175 each. i lots in centre of Bound Street. ?i 0,000 each. House and lot on Bed path nuar Smith. SHOO. 'X lots on Hornpa� one a corner lot. Now 8 roomed house, water, etc , on Argylo Aw.. 82.000. Sfw 8 roomed house, water, liath.. et.\, Burdett St., Sil.OOO. >(� 11 roomed house, water, ren-'ii on Bompas St.. f:i,90O. Now a roomed brick and five lots on Hound St.. 83,000. brook team, got a swipe front Hur-ney Scott, whidi laid 'his scalp open for fix inches. Dr. CofHn had to put five or six stitches �n t*te wound Vo possible fault could tie found with the manner In,which order was kept and the foSrness �iisp)ayad the visitors. It was a good, bard game and the better team won. We bad some reason to hope we were going out to do some shearing, but it Is the truth that we cam back most satisfactorily (4iom some �>( our laurels, but financially RANCH TO UQASB. Sundial Williams ranch on IjiWlu Bow for Bute or to leas*-, ticulars at Bank of Commerce. tho Par- HOUSK MAIU WANTED. Wanted a good housemuKt by Mrs. C. M. Arnold. Apply ut Mrs. O. L. Vroojnan'B. FOB SALE. A registered l'orcheron Mallion ;'Pri�c� Weeks" gray, ltioo po.nns very draughty, welt ma to �m'fi  wiUt splendid action. W",i �-n trade for geldings or mu:^. iv. .1 Whitney. Pox 877. Cliecking was close and the ball wandor>SION AT NO. 3. Blow Up Daring Attempt to llonx-. An attempt was mode on Mondn.v nlglift to blow up tfvv (m-cupiaii by Frank David at No. 3. Dynamite was used, but fortunately the charge did not wreck the house but merely destroyed some ol the windows. The house Is situated near police line. DON'T Dli BACKWARD Do not hesitate to ask for u t>'ec sample of Chamberlain's stomach and Liver Tablets. We are glad to give them to anyone who is troubled with biliousness, constipation, or any disorder of the stomach. Many h*vo been permanently cured by Uw>ir uve. Tlto natural gas problem has m t been, .'solvod yet, though a division is likely ^to bo reached at a m|mv.',.iI mooting of the Oily Council ibis owning. Als. The Klectrlc liigiU Co. put bet ire the Council two propositions �s fol-own: That bho F.lecjtrie lftg.lvt Co. Ltd., shall within two inontihs cotnnwnce lo bore for natural gas under the sU|iervialon and dlrecUon of the city ami continue boring until ger cent thereon. To repay to the company tbe net-ual sum ex|>endod for boring and discovering gas and to assume all the Mobilities of the Klectrlc Light Co. In the second proposition tnoy asked that in the event of gas tie;:ig dlscoverwl tbey 'be given an -ive frnndtiso for twenty years for the distribution of gas ami electricity in the city. The company to sell t.i the city at |�r �!ock in the oomp-vny to the value of $1,000 as mtaliflcat-ion for the mayor, who Khali l� r cent. The city to havo tbe right at any time to take over tho property and assets of the company on M�o following terms: To pay to the company ihe par value of all shares actually Issued by tbo company, together with a premium of ten per cent thereon and to assume all the liabilities of the company. Simmons and Bennett on behajf of their clients said: Tho company in oooriJderat -ion of'an exclusive f ranch ko agree to bor�> for gas and sink one test wdl to a depth of at least 1,500 fe.'t. provkloil sufficient pressure is noi fouml at a less depth, the same to l-e completed wit*Mi e^hleen monilis In ease gait is found the company a-gree to supply gns to the eity for municipal pdrposos and to any Inn.i fWIe manufacturing establishment in tho elty at ft cents per l.OOO f.vt the j and for light, heat awl other domestic purposes at lftc per 1 .ono ft. The com pony ngroo that the  ; >� sbnll shnre profits as follows: Six per cent of tho capital stoek shftM �>o n first ehargo upon the net earnings for the fiurpose of dividends to the shareholders of the company. TUve- city shall receive one-tblivl nf W. W. HANDFOLU), Photographer. Lute with Stifle & Co.. Calgtu, Htuditi now open next to Bank of Coitunerce, up Btnirs. Make us a call. W. W. Handford. Our Repair Work Gives Satisfaction BECAUSE- We use nothing but the Ix'St mute rial. We use none but the best tools with which to do1 our wr rk. When repairing a watch we inspect every-put of it and nothing is too | trivial to eseape our attention. The result is we have K>ople come and tell us | >w well th��y aresatisAed We can satisfy you as | we have others. Our churges are moderate Wm. C Liphardt Succtnoi lo A. ZtUUn Jeweler Optician A YOUNt} MKMUKIt of PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice to Stock Owneri Notice is hereby given that on and after the First day of July, lttOI}, tin- joint office of the Record-era of Bran-Is for the Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan will be situated at Medicine Hat, Alberta. All communications iu connection with brands should after that date is- addressed to the Recorder of Rnuids, Medicine Hat, AHhmIii. Money sent iu payment of fees should In' ivmittfd by postal note, money order*or exprt'BS ordermadt* payable to 1 Recorder of Brands Medicine Hat. If cheques are sent they must be certified by the bunk on which they are drawn and the .bene, profits above fl per cent. an.1; 'fT**^ exchange must be in- one-half above 10 |>er cent The city shall have the right aftec l'� years to purchase tJw plant �ipon a valuation as a going concern. The eupkul stock shall not except $100,000 without the city's consen N�-v\ 8 rooiiitsl house and stable on (decent start when by a nice Wt of I'uir, nn Ave �nd 2 lots, $1,000. I combination Herb Skeilh got the New 0 roomed cottage, water, etc. {ball and score:!. Time 2 minutes, and 3J lots on Ar�.Me *'2,00O. Not wanting to waste any iiwe Skeith got the ball three minute later ao-I tallied once mow. Cranbrook was looking glum and hut tls-ilona of a 13 to 0 scoro to >-x >iU\ But .10 W. j of Sec ii, Tp. Irt, Rpjnge 22. house Mx22. at i:18tu Mile lake 10 acres cultivate;!, half nvilo fenc-in>>f, $10 per acre. Forty aero tract Just outside Oily limits. $.".,000. ICasy toruis. i section first class fall wheat land within ft miles of city limits, $13.00 per acre. i section irrigable land at Coal-d�lo $30 per aero. Improved funn within 2 miles of city, with buildings, stock and itn-pliments, about 4O00 acres of pas-turn and 300 head of stock. A' bar-gem at $35,000. T. E. PATTESON, AJett 8KNAT0R VIDAL DYING. Samla. Oat., duly 18.-Senator X'Klal is very low at his homo here. Thore aro no hopes of recovery. away on their return home Cowan put the "goose egg" .ti'Ni n ort of .iHisiness by scoring for Cra. i-brook In a minutes time an I the Sow Dusters c4teered up but only f *r thirty seconds, when Oow eonio hupping along increasod IjeibbrMii"'* tally to five." That was the irst score ot the day though t�k> umiuh battled away for tho next two '\ tOM and them. too. This morning the Lethbridge vports would not bear ol a bet on their team at a smaller price rhan ft or ti to 2 on Cranbrook. It caino to ibis, that tnoy were actually lay ing the �Ki;ls against their own lio^s Kvon on thost terms ehe market was tigtH and ho it conw to pass that the Cranbrook fellows made money just berauM) Letfibridge bad not the pluck io back the "botlorn dog" as dM a certain lucky merchant trim Plncher. where it is probable the rubber b.uweim the teams will be fougttt out. Tho game itself may be sunaned up in (lie story ot (he first quartor. Lethbridge started a v�ry baivl si*go on the Cranbrook goal and do what our men could, back came 44k ball. Our buys were not equal to raising nhe siege and after five minutes the Am goal was secured by LetlUh$4dgQ. Three more came oi about minute intervals ami the ouartcr ended with LeUbbrklge fairly on the top of us. They hod outplayed, out pared and out gcncrallcd our men. Thoy wore i beaten before they seemed to realise they were playing- lacrosse. Tho Cranbrook men took the beot-ing and tbolr medicine like the gaiu� sports Htoy are. The trip coot them alonyr about $3,000. It is gono in a good cause oik! there's an end of it. Ham Might on, who accompanied the team, had a soinealwt painful though not necessarily serious ac -ckkmt. It appears thai one ot the visitors found some prickly i>ear- � kioxl of thorny cactus-on the prairie This chop has a lasto for botany ami so brought tho vegetable porcupine back to tho hotel with him. das. II. Ho Wen, of Vegreville, has been elected member for VcwoiBlon by ncclamoition to succeed M. Mc - j to an increase. Cauley. He is only 20 years of age I Aid. Bolyinson proposed Uukt thu and a native of Slmcoo County. Out. j Council ntvould not deal witb tho I matter at onec but hold a special I meeting latter to allow Uio proposlt-j Ions to I*,' well consider**!. If your Stomach is Weak. If your Food distresses you. II you arc Weak and Nervous. Use Dr. Shoop's Restorative one inntith and see what It does lor you. Sold by .1 D. Hlglnbotham k Co. toytl NMtlNiftst MiMUrt Police TENBEBFOR NAY He put it on one of tho office chairs Cranbrook seem.-Hl to ho duvd'lnto which Sam deposited himself Letlibrldge playod all armni fou a rest, only to artso with vehemence and wild alacrity. He made a Tiitnioson of Cranbrook got a blow , remark atmut an ol care. "DidnH know," said he. "thero were homed toads roinwl here, but I'll �w#�r t4�at tWt Jawbowker l� one Sealed tenders marked "Tenders for Hay" will bo received by U�e undersigned up to noon of Tue�day the 31st July, l�0o, at tho Barracks at tatMiridge for the delivery ot rind green hay (upland ar timothy) �>>�o-jecl to the usual conditions ns io stacking and measurement for buy in stack, baled hay to bo weighed and inspection and rejection at time of delivery if found of an in -ferior quality. The following quantities are n -quired: At lethbridge 125 tons, to green, well currd and subject to inspection and rejection as dolivered. M2 feet will be ; I-IowmI to tho ton. Each tender must tie. accompanied by an accepted dtequo on a chartered bank for Ave per cent of tthe tc�U amount tendered tor. No newspa|>er will lie pnkl for inserting this advertisement witho tt proper authority. ,1 AS. O. WILSON. Supt, ^ Commanding K. Division. The Mayor asked Mr. Freeman how it would suit the Fleetric Company if the town went ahead and bored for gas itself and then in emit of finding it. bought out the Fleet ric Co. Mr. Freeman sard t'bat would be satisfactory. The Mayor said that the hvllng in town was that tho town should bore Itself, but the council was not then1 to wreck important business, and j tho electric plant would be a good thing for tho town to own. Other memt4>rs of the council concurred, Aid. Oliver, however, remarking, that ovon If -the city d d not buy out the company, the natural gas woukl not injure the company's liiisinet-s and Mr. Kervln concurred. Mr. Freeman wl'l furnish the City Council with tb^> data about the value of Iho electric plant at lllffbl's l>KVt'il�0. to- NFAV PHONES. Tim following telephones linn* 'cm infttallrd this week" 110-George B MacKay IftG-,1. Tuff, lftl-H. V. Orapley. 1�2-C. M. Arnold �0-C. P. It. uptown telegraph office Pink Lips, Like Velvet. Roulu< Deputy Minister of Public \Vorns, IMmonton. Alberta, and endorsed "Tenders for Normal School Build -ing. Calgary," will be received up to 12 o'clock, July 21, 1900, fur the supplying of all materials and tho ereollon of the Normal Sehool Building in accordance with plans, and siieoificatHons on view m tho Department of Public Works, Kdmon -ton. and at the office of tho Inspector of Public Works, Armstrong i Block, Calgary. Tho work may tendered for separately or in bulk for all trades, except plumbing, twitting and veil til ut ion. tenders for which will be called later. F.acto �-filter must be accompanied by an accepted cheque payable to the Minister of Public Works, for tho tmouu of ft pur cent, ot the tender Cheque ot the successful bidder, if any, will tie retained until the necessary contract and bond are executed and the work completed. Tim cbequa of unsuccessful bidders will be returned promptly. The right Is reserved to reject on.v or nil bids or waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Beputy Minister of Public Works for ' tho Province o' Alberta. Dn��d at Rdnwnion (his 30th day i�f �filiie IftOfl._ Alfred Beit, the well-known .Sauth African financier, is dead. He was tho world's ricueat bachelor. ;