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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Mid Summer CLEARING 25|p.e. Off PICCADILLY BRAND 25P.O." 2 Macs Off As the season is well advanced for Summer Clothing we Mill offer our entire stock of Piccadilly Clothing At a discount of 25 % Off $10.00 Tweed Huits for . .$ 7.50 12.00 Twetxl Suits for .. 9.00 15.00 Tweed and SerRe Suits for............. 11.25 17.00 Tweed and Seige Suits for............. 13.25 'See Ottr Window Only Excfusivt Mcn'f OutCttert in Lclhbridgc Stoves We hftAdlc tKc very best raakee. Be sure and mc tliem before buj^. The Central Hardware Store a. L. VROOMAN Torrington WILL GIVE HIS Pipe Organ Recital IN- WESLEY CHURCH AT 8.30 O'CLOCK ON FlUDAY. JULY 27t>h High-ClaM Voeal Selections wiU be Rendered by LoenI Talent. Reserved Seats, >l; General Admission, SOc Plan at J. D. Higinbotham & Co.'s Drag Store. SALARIES OF THE QH OFFiOALi At Monday mghi's City Council meetinff the following schedule selarics for civic offlcjal-s was adopted: Chief of Polico .. Constables ...... CHILD JURNED Fatmy tofwcd ly Bcln| ScaMid A terrible accident happc�Md to the two children of E. Simon, on employee of tiio Oentley Co. on Mon-(Wty morning At their home in the doitble hotise i�nr the IVirnia coii.-ts. The little ones, Itothei-t. aged i�o and Winnie agmd tour, wore I'tnyir/ ahout 'the kitchen, when a (.i.le". containing (foiling water i-aii l.vc up.set and fell over thMu. Iloili uvio frightfully hurncd tnil iho ..oiiiu.c.* child; though every >-'Yi't � t-s ' iiindi-by Dr. Tiiller to .save I'is iifj �i'.U\\ in the evening. 'Hie other child is in a .serious condition fuil hr rulU-r |M9 hopen that ohu �'IH n'lo.of The funomi of littl; ItV.-rt lo..k place on Tucsdny, O. I). Auk-in i f-ficiating. WIOEKLY MAUKKT HEPORT. (Fumiiihod by liater and McLoan) WinnipeR. July 23.-Our ca.l�lc from Livorjiool todaj'- wa� os follows. "Short supply, Ontario C�t>tlc 12 to lai cts. Ranohcr.9 10} to 11} cts." This ahows considerable 'improve -inont tronk last week, but apixircntly these prices arc not expectid to hold short supplies boini; Mm> causo of trlto advance, it looks, hoivever, as JJ" early shipments ni�y luAkc gooi prices. There i.s not miicij chai>ge i'n thi.-local market, -sotiK; choice cattle selling UK high as $'l.'tri, tnlddliikg cat tie ;j to a I and bad ca-ltlc .suitaiblc for coittractoi'S 2i to 8 cts. LF.THBRimJE GETS TKEM. i Hailro�*t Fi.xed to Sirik* This City. of Watermaster 1st year. and 8rd 4th Sth ...... ,..... $80 190 flOO ........... $6Q 65 70 70 75 ........... $50 60 75 .......... 75 80 85 ............ 40 50 60 70 983.33 ............ 60 65 70 75 85 ............ 75 80 85 90 Engineer ^Fire) ... Inspector (water) ................_ Eng'ineer ( waterworks) |75 to |80 with house, water and light. The Winoipcv Telegram of Satur -day lost contAtned a "^P I'towing the propocMd railroads to bo bitilL in the U the new roocLs nwkad tor LqtMMTidg? are huilt this city will he � cre�t railHviy oemro. 'l\�e map ithows the maKn line of Jim Hill's new traaacontiiteoial running through bene and then casitward keeping aout/h o( bunmore Junction and a branch line from here to Calgary. In an article on the Grand Trunk Pacific in ScrUmer's nwigazino, by the Chief �ngiaMer of the road, thuro it a map showing a branch of that road from Caiffary to J>itbbrjd^. Kailroads on n>aps are very ohosr-ful ia their way, but what we want are the raKlroads in operation. They can't come too soon. WEDDING AT RAYMOND. (From the Chronicle.) 1^ marriage of Miaa Lott'ie Perry and Don Kimball occurrjd last evening at the Kimball Hotel, tne ceremony being pcrforim*d by Up. John F. Andorson. Th� inunodi^te family alone wore present, and while-the important step ha�> been in contemplation for a long time tilie fact that Mr. Kimball Iws acccptod u poaition on the railroad in the vicinity of Medicine Hat hod tiic elToct u. "hurlying raa4|ters." The yout>g couple expect>ito go to Utah in the fall. Ttto bride 48 the daughter of Mr. i^sul Mrs. Don L. l^erry fornierly oS Ma-grath now of Urassy l�ke. The poom Ha the son of Mr. atti Mrs. Jod Kimball and � grandson of Mr. Jed Kimball, and a grattdson of Prest Hcber C. Kimball. TO BE HEUE IN AUGUST. Parly of WgshingtoR Correspomdent.5 Now Touring the West. T. E. Patteson - OTT BLOCK Real Eatate, laturanee aad CommUaion Ageat Fire, Life, Accident and Buil Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modern Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. Full particulars on application. RANCH TO LEASE. Sundinli Williams ranch on the ,,. Idbtle Bow for sale or to lease. Par-ticulnrs at Bank of Commerce. FOR SALE. , ' I'lvc acres, irrigation livii-a souM\ . of exhibition grouivU. Apply .to .1. ^ E. Clark. NINE I.IVES LOST. V|incouvor, July 21.-A Bhocking ; accident occurred' ihiS afternoon on ''Burrard Ililet, the harbor of Van-' cbuver,' by iiriiiob nine persons ibeir lj,yeti,/'Hie drowned arc; Dr^^H', igj^uttoni 'of London Engiland li' Bryct', of Vancouvor. Hilda Mason, agod 10, Vancouver. Barncit Benwell, aged t), Vancouver P. J. Chick, of Vancouver. William- H. Crawfoi-d, .dcckhaha of tug Chelvalis. Two Japanett firemen. One Chinese Cook. The tug Cfaelialls had 'been Chartered for a three-weeks' trip to Blunden hariftor on the southern coasA ol Btit-iah Co^umibia, where ^ there are o};s> ter beds. The party of 15 on board comprised the owners of the oyst'^r beds, including R. H. lirice and P.J. Oh'ick, and also Dr. Hutton. an expert sont out by English capitalists to examine the oyster beds with a view to purohaaa. P. �. S^hallcrosa of Vancouver, roprcsonting the Brit-l.sih .syniliooie was also a pasaengor. When she onterea the.narrows at t.hf entrance to Burrarid Inlet, the strong incoming tide svung the OhohallHa-cross iVb channel. The stoci stoamer Princess' Victoria bound for Victoria and Seattle, following close behl.i'l, crashed into^, the Ohchalls and cut tdio tug in two before the speed of the Btoamer could he chcckM. Io�l Mrs. E. C. EkfoPd, of High River Alberta, shares equally with the other ohildron of -the Iwto William ITondrie of Hamilton. His estate Ir valued at .*2,300,000. Tito Washington correspondents, a party of prominent American newspaper men, who are touring the west, will visit hero on August 2. They willmake a trip to the Mormon country too. Those in fhe party will be: Ir -ving C. Norwood, the Was4iington �tar; Angus McBween, the Pliilodol-phia North American; Thomas J. Pence, the Raleigtt News and Kdward G. I.,owery, the New Vork Evening Post; Richard H. Lrndsay, Kansas City Star; D. Hasltngs McA'shun. the St. Louis Republic; Wilbur G. Miller Scripps McHac I'ress Association and the Publishers Press Association; Jesse L. Carmichael, t4ie Duitroii Free Press; Wni. P. Couet, ClevelaiKl Pkwn Dealer; Maurice Splain, the Pitltsburg Foot; WiUiant F. Moall at Talier on Tuesday awl Taller won by 20 runs to 5. NoW Twhi>r w-ants Leti>bridgie to go do down there. Cranbrook Prospector: O. 11. Craig of Strathcona. representing the lacrosftc club of that plaee, was in the city on Wodnesday for Iho purpose of arranging for an e.xhlbit-ion game of lacrosse Ijotwecn Strath-cona and Cranbrook teams at Strathcona, also to piny tor the Rollins A Hoggnrth cup. Ati yet ttothiitg has ixjen decided uj>un, but tt tis e.xpoctod the matter will 4� ar-raitgwl in the near future. Crunbrook Prospector: The home iwiin outplayed the visitors and won the day; the bunch grass was too niuoh for the mountaineers for tlicy .slipped and thus were not able for ((Uick passes and lo.st to thdir op-pononts. The boys had an off day, all iKimft this, and also recognize that the Lethbridge team were Msrony and .sure on their ovn ^ound. Their pas�ing was good and they gave her spet>d. All rcroR>nizo that a game on neutral ground would be very inter-cs'tii>g and many look forwaivd to suoh a game. Our Craitbrook boys arc a�trong coiiill>i nation and on a day when t'!'c^ arc in good trim foel conftdoivt and HO do tlH'ir friend.s. Pincher Creek got a '' Football League lost week by a>i-fe�it.ing Lotihbridge by 2 goals to 0, and playing a draw game at Toiber. The n>atch here wos well oonicstcd. Both tcom.'S played good tall, the Pinoher teoni proving to lie the au-perior team in several point si. Chis-wick and Kinsety got rather; severely hurt. Dr. Gillespie of the Pincher team \va.'4 InjvirtKl in the Tabt'r match. The Cricket Club has under r.)n-skloration a trip to Calgary and Okotoks. The selection conmiittee of the Cricket Club ntft on Saturday night and pickod the team to represent Lethbridgc in their mati4i ogoonR'. Pindtcr Creek wliirh takes place on Saluivlay no.vt, the 28th July. The team will 'be seleotod on the day of the match from the foUowi.ig pla.vers: F. AUon, AG. Lucas; A. W. liir.gs. L. M. Johnstone, J. A. Slade, A. Uarnsley, R. V. Maynard, Dr. SU>-v art, C. G. K. Nourse, E. M. O'Don-ncU, J. D. Higinbotham and F. Kirkham, The match will conmKnce at It a. m. sharp. Any member of the aelectod te�n who will be unable to play ia requested to notify the secrotory at once, and they are also naked to consider the importance of get/tiig all the practice that they can. In a team match on Saturday last, Mr. A. G. Lucas's XI beot Rev. Mr. Ohivecs' XI. by 71 to 33. GREAT WEST UNDER FIRE. PresMent Brod olTor other inducements. Hiat gome will he n hot one. The Lc^thbrirdgo gainn wn-s a clean one, and not an.v rougher than tihe average game of lacrosse. Jamie  son wns knocked out b.v a nant.v clip over the Iw^d by Scott, and Rob-sop wns inrnpacitatMl by a "lip on thn lip by Mathesnn. Rut that goes in lacroSRR.. It is not a crovtunt ganM by any means. , RATE IS 17J JlllLLS.- Estimates Passed by . Council. the City At a special nteeting of the City Council on Momlay evening! the tax rate was fixed at 17i mills, the same aa last year. The eatiimates were passod a? lows: FINANCE COMMITTER. Sec.-Treas................... $l.2�0 .Assessor................... Solicitor .................. \udttnrs ............... ... . Ovordraift ................... Incidentals ................ fol- 500 500 r.o 4 noo 7fiO �7.aoo FIRE. WATER AND LIGHT. Sniarips........................ Pir^ Briimrtft .................. 1 ^ tIfM and I Amps ............ 1 ^I^C SlunnHoM........................ � Incidentals .................. 3�B *3.rion WORKS AND PROPERTY Wiitermastor.................. � *�o^ rxtra Ta�W............ ...... .'^�'O TVvim ntaintenancn ............ ''oo N'ew t^nmo .................. !�%0 Wntor rnrts .................. *00 qi. chipf ......... ..... � t(nliiri-c>ni�(f a bran(4i at CotenMUi and it is i>aid the Bonk of Conuuerco will open MIC at Ulaiirniorc. TrutUc on the Crow wa� delayed for so4ne hours yesterday owing to six curs of a freight train leaving Sl.fiOO MARKETS AND IMMIGRATION; Board of Trade............... $1,000 Agricultural Society ......... 300 Incidentals .................. 300 $1,500 Total ........................$31,900 Interest on deltenturea $12,784.11. ASSESSMENT. MunioipaJ ............... $l,fi.no.rtS� Public School ......... 1,A15,670 Seiwrata School ......... 137,742 I was cnrod of a severe cold by MINARD'S UNIMENT. Oxford, N. S. R. F. HEWSON I. Was cured ot a terrible sprain by MINARD'S LINIMENT. . FRED COULSON. Yarmouth. N. S. Y. A. A. C. I won curod of Black Erysipelas bv MHNARD'S LINIMENT. Inglesvllle. J. W. RUGGLES. GOT THREE YEARS EACH. Men Arrcsto:! Here and I.ni a miilcc track near Macleod. A slight wrcciL occurred on the A. R. A I. railway today at iliik River. T. D. Kevin's special c�r was slightly damaged. Notjody i>'tts hurl. Mr. and Mrs.. Fleetwood desire to express their heaHt/elt thanks to all who readcred siich kind help and sympathy during their recent .sud bereuvemont. Justice Harvey arrived in the city from Cardston laM evening and lett for Montival, where he will .join his wife and proocod to tiie old country on a '�"P- * C. G. K. Noursc leaves in a weak to relieve the roanagor of the Bank of Commerce ai Medicine Hat for a month. H. M. St^swart of Maciejd. will relieve Mr. Nourse here. For Sale or Rent-An 8 roomed house on Ford Street, 2 blocks from post otlicc. A. M. McQueen. Notice to Oddf�JloW8. A full attendance of members is requestsd tomorrow night as the D.D.G.M.. Wm. Cousins, of ModWino Hat, ia expected to l)e present aitd instal ofHcers. At a special session of court here on Saturday Justice Harvey sen -tcnced Topa, one of the strtkcra, w4�o plesided guiHy to disturbing the peace, to two months in the guard room here. The young men who go to the river to butho should have enough decency to garb themselves in bathing suits. The police intend taking the matter up and making an example of some of the sinners. Chief Parry is looking for the owner of red, hornlefis cow. Branded 5X loft shoulder, ZS with bar beneath on right side. Hos a snuill red calf also one black 2 year old heUer, brar.ded reversed O ankl a win?, glass on left cihR. Mrs. Kavin Sintonson, ntothvi- oi .%nion Hjeimstod, Coa.!'daie, died last week and was buried horn �>u Monday. Rev. A. M. Gordon, conducting the services. She was a native of Norway and came to Canada from North Dakota early in t he-year. She was 80 years of age. Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Miobnoh spent a day of la^t week visiting the fine I'armiing country directly north o. Letihlxridgc. Mr. Micbach owns a tract of land' in ..that district and he thinkf*-and with good reason-that there is no finer place on the continent. The crops look igrand and all the farmers he coawrsedwith are delighted with the profipeots of a bumper harvest. On 'his return Mr. Miebach brought into the 'UeraM office some samples of spring wheat and oats grown on the farm of Mr. Wenzel, tMrty miles from this city Finer grain cwiW not be found in ali .iMierta and the soil that was clinging to the roots, was the sort that convinces one that there is no flmr or more fertile land in Western Canada, than is to be found ri^gittaround Letbbridge. Mr. Wenzel has 70 acres in wheat and 40 acres in oats. The body of Miss isal^l Cameron youngest daughter of the late Hir Roderick Cameron, arrived here thiis morning en route to Williomston for int>cmicnt. Messrs. Duncon Cautaron and Roderick McLood Cameron, brothers, and Miss Cameron, Miss Cath-ariiK) Cameron and Mrs. Annie Tiffany, sisters and the Rev. A. J. Doull, rector of the Church of the Advent of this city, nccon^tanied the body in a special private car, an:l wore met nt the station by a lew inttmate friends. The compartm3nt containing the body was litenally laden with fton-ers and handsome wreaths, tokens of the olleotioiHiite regard in which the young hvdy was hokl by h'-r numerous friends. The late .Sir Rmforick Cameron diel In and was well known through -out Canada, having commencMl his early carcier in Hamilton and niial trade. For servioefi. SB Commissioner of New South Wales-he was kni�hto1 by the late Qtieon Victoria, and although his residence nvts in New York and he,h�d largo interests in Iho ITnilnd States, he always rfitdoor sports and games. Oyoi-nasium. Fall term bcf ina Sept. Sth. 1906 For prospectus write Rev. F. D. Tyner, M. A. Macleod, Alta. TENDERS FOR BOOTHS. Tenders, will be received by the itn-dersignod for the following booili privileges at the Ijcthbridge and District Agricultural Fair and SjioriH to bo held on August IGth and irth, 1�06. 1. Lunch counter and rcstauront. 3. Ice cream, fruit, and candies. 3. Liquid refreshments. Tenders to be for sole privilege for each booth and to be made separ -ately for each booth. All tenders to .be in by 8 o'clo.-k p.m. of the 27ttt. inst. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Sec. pro tern Lethbrid(;e and Dis -* trict Agricultural "Society. KvonrHtomaoh jiWeak. Tf your Fond diatrewiAa yon. If yon arip Weak and Nnrroui. Uce Dr. Bboop'i Raatorative on* month and aee what it doeafor you. Sold by J- D. fliginttottam^ Co. Properties For Sale it lots on Round Street $175 eo^-h. 3 lots in centre of Round Street, $tO,000 each. House and lot on Rcdpath near Su.iUi, $000. 3 lots on Bompas one a corner lot, Ni-w 8 roomed house, waiter, etc , on Argyle Ave., $3,000. New 8 roomed house, water, liath, etc.. Buidctt St., $8,000. \tw 11 roomed house, water, ocn-triii on Bompas St., $3,000. New 8 roomed brick and five lots on Round St., $3,000. New 8 roonted house and stoibts on DulTtrin Ave. and 2 lots, $i,nO(h. New 0 roomed cottage, water, etc. and �i lots on Argyle $2,000. N. W. i of Sec. �, Tp. la. Range 23, house 14x29, at Eight Mile lake 10 acres, cultivated, half ni'ile fencing, $10 per acre. 85 acres irrigated lonil ^19t outside city limits,'with tWQ dwelling houses and out buildings, $2,500. Eas-i' terms. Forty acrp tract just outside City limits. $5,000. Easy lernis. i section first class fall wheat land within 5 miles of city IlimRs, $12.00 per acre. i section irrigable land at Coal-dale $30 per acre. Improved farm within 2 miles of city, wi'th buildings, stock tnd kn-pUments, about 4O0O acres of pasture and 800 hand of stock. A bar-gr.in at $35,000. FOR SALE. A roglsterod Penhoron stallion, ;'Princo Weeks" gray, 1000 pO'-no!,, rwy draught.v, well male i.'i''�i <. with splendid action. W* !* g^ll or 4raids for geldings or mar33. D J. IHiltney, |kix 377. ;