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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 25 P-.c- II Mid Summer II25Ap�c Off CLEARING Off PICCADILLY BRAND 25p.C'The 2 Off As the season is well advanced for Bummer Clothing we will offer our entire stock of Piccadilly Clothing At a discount of 251 Off $10.00 Tweed Huita for ..$ 7.60 12.00 Tweed Suits for .. 9.00 15.(0 Tweed and Sorge Suits for............. 11.25 17.00 Tweed and Serge Suits for............. 13.25 See Our Window Display CHILD JHIRNED Fatally Injure* by Being Scalded \ terrible accident happened to tho two children of B. Simon, on employee of Utc Dcntlcy Co. on Mon-lay morning at their home lit tho �doubic house near the Tennis courts. The little ones, ItcWwt, aged l�o aixl Wlnnio aged four, were pltiyitv about 'the kitchen, when .1 l.> le \ containing boiling water e-iul lye upset anil fell over them. Both were frightfully burned �n,l the ..ouii.,e.* Only Excluilvt Mtn't OuifitMH in Lcthbtldgt 25 p. c. Off Sawtlng Newt. Calgary offered the Savages $200 for two games of bull Ln that city. Medicine 1l�t and Taber played bn�oball at Taber on Tuesday ami Tal>er won by 20 runs to 6. Now Taber wants Lethbridge to go do down there. Cranbrook Prospector: O. 11. Craig of Strathcona, representing tho lai'ix).wo club of that place, wan in the city �ii Wednesday for tho purpose of arranging tor an exhibition gome of lacrosse 'lintween Stealh-rona and Cranbrook teams nt the yet IlAtlfl 18 17J MILLS. Estimates Passed by the Council. City A LOCALBUDGET. (f child-, though overy o'Y.m t � is ' mixli1 by l>r. Toller to save Ln tiv hM grafts was too At a special meeting of the City Council on Monday evening the tax rate was fixed at 17J mills, tin? same as lust year. The est'lmotes were passed as follows: FINANCE COMMITTEE. See.-TreftB................... St.200 Assessor ..................... 50n Solicitor ..................... \tidHor� ..................... 50 Overdraft .................... 4 tnrldentnls .................. 750 "iTnoo FIRE. WATER AND 1,1(111T. Salaries........................ * "fl" Fire llrlirmto .................. 1 "Oft a AAA a in (Furnished by Hater ami Mel.eai>) Winnipeg. July 2.T-Our cable from Liverpool today was* us follows, "Short supply, Ontario Cat-tie 12 to 13} cts. Rancher* 10} to Hi cts." This shows considerable 'improve -�neint from last week, but apparent ly these prices are not expected to hold short supplies being the causa (>f tin? advance, it looks, however, ns if early shipments may make good prices 111110i1 for the mountaineers for tttey slipivd and thus were not able for quick (Hisses and lost to thdir opponents. The boys had on off clay, nil m.liivH this, and also recogniac that the Ijcthbrh(g� team were furor*, ami sure on Uu�ir own ground. Tlielr passing was gowl and I hey guve her speed. All rueoRiilr.e that a gaiw* oji neutral ground woukl lie very int-m'-es>ting aiKl many look furwaed to suoh a game. stoves 4 We handle the very best makes. Be sure and see them before buying. .... . . ..... ,, ... I Our Cronbrook bovs nraguo hurt week by dj-Fixwl to Strike This J fowling Ix'lhbridgc by 'J goals to O, and playing a draw game at Taber. The match lieiv was well contested. Doih teams playtxl good l00 I'ineher teni" proving to l*� the �u-|m>rif>r team in several point*. Chls-wick and Klnsely got rather:severely hurt. i�r. Oillespie of t4�o Plwher twim was injured in ll�e Taber match. The Winnipog Tolegram of Satur - day lost contained a map siiowing the pro|>oaud railroads to bo built, in the west. If the new roads irnvrkud for LwthbrWg? are built this city will be a great railway centre. 'Uu> map shows the nuitn lino of Jim, Hill's new transcontinental running 1 - through here and then eastward j 1 nc l'rit'kt>t Club luts under keeping south of Dnnmore Junction' sW,�rotion a trip to Calgary and � branch tine from hero to gary. In an article on the Grand Trunk Pacific in SerRmer's magazine, by the Chief Engineer of the road. KV-i,-is � map showing a branch of that road from Calgary to Lethbridge. Raitroads on maps are very Ni.-t-ful in their way, but what we. wan', are tho railroads in operation They riin-und Okotoks. Total ........................S21.900 Interest on dol�enture* $12,784.11. A9SESSMI0NT. Municipal ............... Sl.fiHO.^d Public School ......... l,91fi.070 Se|*rata School ......... 1JI7.7-I2 can't conic too soon. WILL GIVE HIS Pipe Organ Recital WESLEY CHURCH AT 8.30 O'CLOCK ON FRIDAY, JULY 27th High-Class Vocal Selections will be Rendered by Local Talent. Reserved Seats. $1; General Admission. 50c. Plnn ut J. D. Higiiibotham & Co.'s Drug Store. WEDDINU AT RAYMOND. The .^election committee of the Cricket Club mot on Saturday night and pickod the loam to represent U'tbbrJdge in their match ogatas1. Pincher CixN-k which takes place on Satuivlny next, the Sftth July. The team will lx� scteotod on the clay of i he mat eh from the following players: T Ai Km. A.G. Lucas. A. W. llirgs. L. M. Johnstone, J. A. Slade, A. HariiKley. It. V. Maynard, Dr. Sle-v art, C. (i. K. Xourse. E. M. O'Oon nell, J. D. ltiglnttotham and K. Kirkhom. The match will c.oimuonco at ll m. in. sharp. Any inemlw of Uw svlectod ten-n who will 1ms unable to play is >e quested to notify the secretary at once, ami they are also aaked to consider Ute importance of gotitiig nil Hk� practbv that they can. I waa cured of a severe roVd by MINARD'H LINIMENT. Oxford. N. S. R. F. HEW SON 1 was cured of a terrible, sprain by MINARD'S LINIMENT. . FRED COULSON. Vormouth, N. S. Y. A. A. C. 1 waa cured of lllack Eryslpelait by MlNAItnS LINIMENT. Inglesvllle. J. W. IU' present barracks of tin R.N.W. M.I', in Calgary. The ICaseem Townships Rank is opening a brunch at Coleman ood it is said the Hank of Coinmeiix> will open one at llla'irniore. 1'iutUc on the Crow was dola>cd for �oine hours yesterday owing lo six curs of a freight train leaving the track near Maclcoil. A slight wreck occurred on the A. R. 4l 1. railway today at Milk Uiver. T. D. Kevin's h|H>vinl car was slightly damaged. Nobody was hurt. Mr. and Mrs. Fleetwood dcttiro to express their heartfelt thank� to all who retidcivd such kind help and sympathy during their recent sad bereavement. Justice Harvey arrived in the city : from Catdston luwt evening and lett for Montreal, whore ho will join his wire and proceed to the old country on a trip. ('. tl. K. Noursc leaves in a wetfk to relieve the manager of the Hjnk of Commerce at Medicine Hat for a month. II. M. Stewart of Maciejd, will relieve Mr. Noursc here. For Sale or Rent-An 8 roomed house on t'ord Street, 2 blocks fronk post olllce. A. M. McQueen. Notice to Oddfellows. A full attendance of nientbers Is requested to morrow night as the D.D.Q.M.. Wm Cousins, of MexllCrne Hat. Is expect ed to lie present and Instal officers. At a s|>ecial sessloM of court hero on Saturday Justice Harvey son -tenced Topa. one of the strikera, who pleaded gulKy to disturbing the |>eace, to two months In the guard room here. The young men who go to the river to batho should have enough decency to gor>l> themselves in bathing suits. The Police Intend taking the matter up ami miking an exim-ple of some of tho sinners. Chief Parry is looking for the owner of red. hornless cow. llrandctf 5\ loft shoulder, ZS with bar beneath on right side. Has a small red calf also one black 2 >ear old heifer. Our Pearl Set Brooches Are bound (o deliglit you lieeuuse of tlinir original designs. The gold used is UK plump, which means much. . The workman who make I them are special ists in their lino. The result is bound to be I satifaction for yon. Prices from $5 to |25 Wm. C Uphardtl SuMtwot io A. Zlilin Jeweler  Optician TRY AN I | Electric Massage  Or Shampoo f AT THE I Hotel Uthbridge Barber | Shop | Moat rptoilatu in town (s' I'KIERT PROPRIETOR JSJ Collegiate School For Boys Macleod, Alberta Resideul and day pupils. Pupils prepared for matriculation examinations and Commercial Life, Stenography and Tyiwwriting, Music. Outdoor sports and games. erforiiioJ by i:p. Jolin F. Andorsuu. Tlw inuuodiAte family alone wore present, and while the important step has Uvn in contemplation for a long time tlie fact that Mr. Kimball �'�ir team ho as to l>�ck them brar^KI reversed s of, "n " C burglary for rolling .f the North- Mrs Kavln Sui^naaa. iiw�th..r , , SHnoll lljolMWI, CouMule. (IiihI lust week and was buried here ��n , ern H aid ware coui|>any's stoiv ontlu. night of June 5, to serve -thiv*4 years each In the state |�>*nitentinry. When the nK'n were broiinght into court. .Iiuli^e l^oAlle Informed them o the nntlire of the charges agarnrt them,and of their arraignment of last wtvk visiting the One SALARIES OF THE CITY OFFICIALS. At Monday night's City Council meeting the following scludule of salaries lor civic olllciuls w�s udopttd: 1st year. 2nd nd land nil the farmers he conwrstdwith are delighted with tho prospects of a Engineer ( waterworks) $75 to $80 with house, water and light- Tho Washington correspondents. ft party of prominent American newspaper men, who are touring th, west, will visit hero on August 2. They willmako a trip to the Mormon country 100. Those in the party will be: lr - with coin. Tho Cranbrook crowd would have had to walk home. There was several thousand dollars token down for liettiog purposes, but v�ry few dollurs wero put up, ami those weiv mi freak bets as a rule. Crunbrook has reason to >Ik>'thank T. E. Patteson ott BLOCK Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the host companies. Residential Lots, Modern Dwellings, Farm Lauds, Irrigated Lands, etc., for suit) for cash and on time. Full particulars on application. RANCH TO LEASE. Sundial Williams ranch on the Little Bow for salo or to lease. Particulars at Hank of Commerce. FOll SALK.  Five acres jrrigwtion luii.l kou'd of exhibition ground. Apply t0 .I K. CMnrk. NINE LIVES LOST. Vancouver, July 21.-A shocking accident occurred WiiS afternoon on Burrard Inlet, tho harbor of Vancouver, by which nino persons lavt their lives. Tho drowned are: Dr.^H, Haitian, �of London England Ify*. "jX. If. Jlrjce, of Vancounu-. Hilda Mason. ug�d 1�, Vancouver.! Darnel Henwell. aged D, Vancouver j P. J. Chick, of Vancouver. I William 11. Cratvfoid, tkickhoiU c-f| lug Chehulis. Two Japanese fireiiK-n. One Chinese Cook, the tug ChWuiitN had been chartered for a three-Hoeka' trip to Dlunden harftor on the southern coast of British Colum-Wa, w-bere,there are oys-ter beds. The party of 15 on board comprised tho owners of the oynt-r beds. Including u, h. jjrice and P..I. Clrick, and ulso Dr. Ilutton. an ox-peri sent out by English ca|wtalint� to examine the oyster bedH with, a view to purehaiB. p. (1. Shallcrose of \'oncou\x>r, representing 1-no Drit-i*A\ sywditHvte was also a |>a88onger. Wlien she enteruU thc-narrows at �ht-entrance to Hurraed Inlet, the strong incoming lido swung the Ohohallu a-iriiss the channel. The steel sU*auier Princess Victoria l>ound for Victoria and Sc-attie, following close hehi.vl, (ra�hed Into , tho OheballB and cut tiio lug in two before tho sliced of the Hleainer could l� checked. ving C. Norwood, the Washington | ful. They suved tlwir money. Ii�th-Star; Angus McSween, tlie Philadel- j hrio latter town is willing to jiay the ev is'nses of the clikbs rfo get the fiwne FOPR WERE KILLED. Free Press; Wm. P. Oouet. Cleveland : awl (>ner other inducements. That Plajn Dealer; Maurice Splain. the PiaMliurg Pout; William F. Mom-, ttte Chicago Inter-Ocean; Jackson El-fioto.. the Associated Press. )lort�rt Vonderhoof. secretary, Is in charge of the party for the Wentem Canada Immigration Association awl (leorge II. .Ham, the Pacific railway. same will , hot one. The L'thbrktge game was n clean on. and not any rougher than the a vera go game of lacrosse. Jamie  son wns knocked out by a na�ty clip over the hoed by Scott, and Rob-so|i wns inenpneitntid by n clip on the lip by Mathesnn. lbd that goes in lacrosse. It Is not a crovwict game by nny inenns. M GREAT WEST UNDER FIRE. President Rrock Gets a Salary $15,000 IVr Year. oi COCRT AT CARDSTON. Mrs. E. C. Ekloid. of High River Alborta. wharea equally with the other ohiidron of the Into William Hondrie of Hamilton. His estate Is viiluid at .$2,300,000. Winnipog, July 21-The royal insurance commission opened an inves-t'igwt'lon hore today into tho a flair/ of the Great West Llfo conv|>any. Nothing sensational velo|Hd in the methods of organization, election of officers, distribution of profits, or investments. Affairs are satisfactory. The salary of president Brock is S15-000 per annum. He maintains that no actual rebates are allowed by the company and the funds are safely invested in securities paying 7| par cent. The -investigation will be con -tinned tomorrow. Supreme Court sat- at Cardston j ibis week. The- appeal of Daniolson against tho conviction of W. II. Irwin, for"| unlawfully keeping liquor on his |ireiivlKi>� was dismissed. W. C. Ives for defemlunt. V. V. Hen-iK'bt'fnr license departinont. Gyle v�. Heading-Judgment lor $5.11 (or piaintilT with costs for defendant, w. c, Simmons for plam-tifT. L. M. Johnstone for delendant. Vodnnls vs. Pratt.-A replevin action. Vadnais was awarded his horsr hut nays Pratt $25 for care and attendance. W. 0. Rlnwna for plaintiff W. Laurie lor defendant. In a Frightful Railway Accident Near Nelson. Nelson. II. C, July 22.-One ol tho most frighitful accblents that has occurred 'in years in railway in British ColumOia hapiiened at ten seconds past 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon at Beaver Falls, a narrow canyon about seven and a half miles ibis side of Waneta on the N. A. F. S. branch of the Great Northern Railway. As a result these are dead and several severely injured. For some unexplained cause ibe buffet car left the rails and tin* coupling with the day coach hold ing both cars went over U10 tremle. The combination car stuyed on the rails with tho engine. Tho killed ami injured were: THE KILLED. Judge W. It. Townsend. formerly o Rossiand. "Phoebe" Snwlh. bartender of ;he S. S. KasHo. M. D. McKinnou, purser of the S. S. Kaslo. t'nidentiflfd man. THE INJURED Mrs. W. II. Pool, Nelson, pnt.s-11 -ger. Miss Wragge, of Cranbr jo.\, 1 as-eoger. I4>uis Bergeron of S-'t;r�v�.er. Minn., pasia^nger. Cha�. Bummers, c*>loiel, por.ur on buffet car. 'Edward Jones, colored, cook buffet car. Conductor Ingorliain. Brakeman Pad�i. For |>rns|XH'tus write Rev. F. D. Tyner, II. A. Macleod, Alia. tendeiis nut noon is 'JVihJ"rs will be recelvt^l by the undersigned for the following bomb privileges at the Ii�'tl�brUlge ami His-trict Agricultural Fair ami Sports to lie held on August lbth nn:l 17th. lUOtl. 1. Lunch counter and restaurun' 2. Ice cream, fruit, ami candies 9. Liquid refreshments. Tenders to U> for sole privilege for each booth and to be made -atcly for each booth. All tenders in by tl o'clo'k p.m. of the 27th\ inst. on OIL AT THE HAT. (Medicine Hat Times.) The Canadian Pacific Railway company will this week commence drilling for oil at a |>oint about 2} miles south east of tho city ot Medicine Hat. The drilling outfit filled seven, cars. These have already arrived and 'two more carloads are expected. Tho operations will he under the charge o( Mr. W. C. Olnter, of Porni sylvania, who has been specialty engaged for this work and will commence oporatloQs at once. bumper harvest. On "his return Mr Mietmeh brought into the lle*akl office some samples of spring wheat and oats grown on the farm of Mr. Wenrel, tWrty miles from tills city Finer grain conk! not h� found in alt Alberta and the soil that was clinging to the roots, was the sort that convinces one that there is no finer or mora fertilo land in Western Canada, than is to be found rightaround Lethbridge. Mr. Wen/el has 70 acres in wheat ami '10 acres m outs. ' The body of Miss Isahel Cntmron youngest daugliter of the late *lr Roderick Cameron, arrived here tihis morning en route to WillianisUon for interment. Mensrs. Duncan Canwron and Roderick Mcl.eol Cameron, brothers, and Miss Cameron, Miss Cuth-urliM Cameron a�Kf Mrs. Annie Tiffany, sistera and Uie Rev. A. .1. Doull. rector of the Church ot the Advent of this city, accompanied Uv body in a special private car, an I were met at the station by a few ntlmate friends. The coiopartm.-nt containing the 4mdy was literally laden with flowers and handsome wivniliR. tokens of the affeotlonaite regard in which the young lady was held by h^r numerous friends. The late Sir HodeHck Cameron died in I lift 1, and was well known throughout Canada, having commenced his early career in Hamilton and later came lo Montreal- Subsequently, tie moved to New York, where 1m e�-tnt�Hsh�d the firm of R. W. Cameron U Co , wblch hasj become one of the most important housmt in the Australian and British Colonial trade. For services or Commissioner of New South Waloshe was knifihtel by Inn late Queen Victoria, fend although his residence was in Now York nrvl he had large interoKts in the l'nit�d States, he always rentaln-ivl a Brlllsli subject.-Montreal Il�-r abl._._ A E. IIUMPIIUIES. Sec. pro tern lx�thl>ridj�.> and * trict Agricultural Society. Ills Properties For Sale .' tots on Hound Htn�ot $175 each. 2 lots in centre of Round Stnet. $10,000 each. House and lot on R.dpath near Sn.iUi, $000. 2 lots on Bom pan one a corner lot. New 8 roomed house, water, etc , on Argyle Ave.. �2.000. New 8 roomed house, water, both, etc., Ilurdctt St.. $U.0O0. New 11 roomed bouse, water, central on Bompas St., n.OOo. New 8 roomed brick ami Ave lots on Round St., $,' New 8 roomed house and stabls on Dulfirin Ave. and 2 lots, Sl.tWVV New ft rooiiMMl cottage, water, etc and HI lots 011 Argylo $*>,o00. N. W. J of Sec. �. Tp. V\ Hang* 22. house 1-1x22, at Elgin. Mile luke 10 acres cultivated, bait mile fencing, $10 per acre. 25 acres irrigated land jusl oiitaidu city limits," with two duelling houses and out hiiildiiiits. $2.5ihi I0�a> terms. Forty n�ni tract just oiiHUi* City limits. $5.0011. Knsy ternis. ' 4 section first class fall wheat land within 5 miles of city limits. $12.00 per acre. i section irrigable land nt Coal-date $80 per acre. Improved farm within 2 miles of city, with buildings, stock and im-phments, about d IVreheron stallion. Prince Weeks" gray, itiOO po.'nns. very draughty, well male in'o'i >. with splendid action. W'H l?U "' trade for geldings or ma.-.'s. D J. Whitney, Box 877. ;