Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
Oor Silferwue Conmands Attention BcCftttM of lit Its artistic designs. 2nd Excellent workmanship 8rd First class quality. 4tli The price at which it ^ > is sold Something to remember is that we cqxry only Tlx B�>t Ooo^� frop The BctI Mftkcrt The manufacturer's guaran-: tee, along with ours goes with every piece. Wm. C Liphardt Jeweler Optibian NUlliE. T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Real Estate, lasvnaM aad CcMMBtssion Agent Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modem Dwellings, Farm Lands, Imgated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. Full particulars on appiication. Ask your ticket agent for tickets Iviathe Wisconsm Central Ry. --To- In the Supremo Court of the Northwest Territories J udicial District of Southern Alberta. In the matter of the estate of Thomas Williams of Ijethbrjdge, in the province of Alberta, Deceased. Upon the appiicotion of James K. Ttughson. the administrator of the ostato of the above Thomas Wit -liaiiui, dceoa�otl. and upon reading the administration granted herein ami the atiidavit of the .said James K. Ilugh.son, sworn heroin on the fifteenth day of Augu.st, A.D., 1906. IT IS ORDERED that trm ircdH-ors and otiiers having claims against the said estate do send such claims with statutory declaration or af-fadavit of verification to the said �lames I":. Ilughson by mall or de-liwriiig the same to the ofllce of John- I>. Kawcctt, Maclood, Alberta, advocate for the said administrator on or before the Itst day of October A. v.. 1906. AND I FURTH'KR OUDEU that a copy of this order bo published in 3 consecutive issues of the said "The Lethbridge Herald" the first publication to be not later than,the 1st day of September, A. V.. 1906, and upon such publication the adminis -trator inmiediately after the said 1st of October, A.D., 1906, shall be at liberty to distribiHe the a.ssots of the said decea.sed or any part thereof amongst the parties thereto having regard to the claims of which the said administrator shall then have notice as aforesaid and the said administrator shall not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose claim such administrator shall not have had notice at the time of the distribtrtion of the said assets or any part thereof. Dated at Banff, this 18th dn.v of August, A. D., 1906. This order was taken out by John L. Fawcett, advocate for axhninis -trator. ^ MilwaukM. CkicAio. aa4 All Points Cast aai Soatk Convenient trains, Pullman sleepers. Free reclining chair cars, Dining cars. For full information address H. J. . Beigemann, ttavelling agent. 871 Robert st., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jas. , C, Pond, general passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. IN THE MATTER OF THE COM-PANIES WINDING UP ORDINANCE, 1903. NOTICE is hereby given that all creditors and others having claims against the Bulwell Coal and Iron Mines Company, Limited, are re -quired to send the same to the un dersigned Liquidator of such Company on or before the first day November 1906, pursuant to section 9 of the Abovej Oi-diiJance. THOS. UNDERWOOD Underwood Block, Calgary, Alberta. Liquidator of the Biilwelt Coal and Iron Mines Co., Limited. E. W. HTON Riding Brecdws Spcdalist Three year* expericaec at Haokmoad't-The Greatest Breeehea makers ia the world Mc Adoo & Van Horn Carta|(e Co. CONTlACTiNG O^RAYINC hnson, aged 20 jxHirs, of Selkirk, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. C. Johnson of llig Island. I.Ake Winnipeg, and ,cook on the .Printvss. Joe .lohnann.sun, of .Aanorson. aged 22 years, of Poplar Point, passenger on the Princess. , Loftus Goodnianson. ngwl 2,') yours of Selkirk, pas.songcr on Iho Prin -cess. Charles (Jivyeyes, an rndiiiii, dock-hand on tin? Princos.s. Tenders for the Erection of Conrt House at Cardston, Alberta Sealed Tenders addressed to the Deputy Minister of Public Worvs. Edmonton, Alberta, and endorsed "Tenders lor Court House at Card--ston, Alta." will be received up to 12 o'clock, noon, Thursday, S-sp -tember 20th, 1906, for the supplying of all materials and the erectiion of Court House Building in accordance with plans and specifications on view in the Departracut of Public Works, Edmonton, at the olDca of the Inspector of Public Works, Armstrong Block, Calgary, the office of Jno. \V. Woolf, Esq., M.P.P., C.ud-ston, the office of W. C. Simint.r.s, E�q., M.P.P., Lcthbridge, ititd the office of M. McKenrie, Est�., M.P.P., Maclood. The work may be tendered for separately or in bulk "for nil trades. 'Eafch tender mu�t be accompanied by an accepted cheque payable to the Minister of Public Works for the amount of five per cent of tender. Choquo of the successful bidder, if any, will be retained until the nece.sRary eorftract and bond are oxccutcd and the work complet�>�l The cheques of unsuccessful bidders will promptly returned. The right is roservod to reject any or all bids or |i'-nivc any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at Edmonton, this 1st day of Sept., A. D., 1906. WM. HAW Paint�r, Paper Haager. Decorator, gent for Empire Wall Papers, (rom 5c. a roll up. Beat ol work (uaraa teed. Ilesidenc�-First house Mflll Court House, oa Baroaeu Boad. ot SADDLiS AitiMt mmI Slodi � ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^. SINGLE . HARNESS Good stock of Farm Harness on hand; also a full line of Trunks and Valises in stock. We guarantee Good Quality and Good Work Horner i Hofchison Lethbriage Braach of The Pembroke Coaaervatory ofMtttie; J. QEORQE HARPER, Dlttctor PUPILS RECEIVED DAILY EVfeRY BRANCH TAUGHT The moat advanced and progres-sive methods are employed in each department. Students prepared for our own and University Exams. Theory, Singing. Violin, Mando. lin, Orchestral, Elocution, and Physical Culture Classes. CONCERTS, RECITALS, AND LECTURE RECITALS. Collegiate year from September 1st to June 30th. StQdiosoTer Ms New Store. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA T�Tm> Mod�f�ic. Pteipcctui on �p�llcuien WANTED. A good general servant, Mrs. Oco. itajcKay. Apply WANTED. To rent, early in October, with option of buying n house of n\^c or six rooms. Apply to Mrs. F. W. Ualbraith, Bo� liS, Selkirk. Man., Aug. 2y.-During a furious storm' on L^ko Winnipeg, .Sunday morning, the steamer PrIn -cess went to the bottom and six lives were lost. It is the wor-it marine disaster recorded in the inlnnil waters of Weslei-n C'nnatla. The wreck occurred while the boat was southbound from Poplar Point at Swampy Island, about two i.ndr.ul and fifty miles north of Selkirk. The destruction of the vessel was followed by matiy instances of striking heroism among the crew und passengers and splendid resignation among the women in the presence of imminent death. Captain II�Wi>n wont down wHh the ship, trying to comfort the women who found e.-*-cupe impossible. The disaster was apparently duo to ihe tremendous storm encountered by the Princess and in spHe of the fmost couragjcous efforts of the officers and crew. Tho boat was caught on the lee - nd surviving passengers safctiy i.ji.geJ in a yawl and a lifeboat were f'-trc-l tr> witness the death ol their friends. The stories ol the survivers indiiv te the appalling sufferings endured by tho crew and the nine passe.iirers 1 e-lore they were safely landed i;pon Swampy island. Tho story ol the wreck reads 'ike a Robinson Crusoe tale as the s ur -vivors tell ol the experiences of tiose who were lortunate enough lo be saved. SELKIRK IN sonnow. Today tho town,ol Selkirk is stricken by th� hand of death and >,!ic six victims of the disaster leave a host ol frieDds and relatives to mourn their death. The steamer Princess .was caught in a squall off Swampy island early Sunday nvoming. Whether the uoat struck upon a reef or.fell apart is a question to be determined '.y the official inquiry which will be lu'd by the authorities. The facts .ill probably never be revealed, lut tho largest boat on tho lakes has .f.ono to the bottom in spite of heroic efforts at ivscuo and tho lives of six -human Ijeings have lM?en forfisitcl while the survivors have endurod the limit of suffering and expose before being ^lely land�!d at Selkirk. From the story' told by the.sc mcm-beirs of the passengers and crow who were landed at Selkirk it appears that the steamer Princess sailed north lost Thursday, calling at Warren's landing, and on her return trip was in the neighborhood of Swampy island, 330 nriles north of Selkirk on" Saturday afternoon.. TUESMENDOUS SEA UUNNINQ A tremendous sea was running an I frequent "squalls and rain rendersd the trip more perilous. The boat hud left Big Geoiye'a island and had run against a strong west M-ind for a-bout three houni towards Swamity island. When a few miles from th> island the cirew discovered the l>o.it was aleak and when it was found that it was ini'ponsible to keep her dry it was decided ^td tur^ back lo-wards Big George's island. A fien-o gale was blowing, the waves dashini; over the boat, and despite the fact that the puni(M were kept going. It was impossible to sulxfuc the waters which steadily gained upon thu crew bard at.v'orlc at the pumps. ^ About midnight on Saturday the crew gave up the struggle, and putting the boat about ran before the wind, hoping to make the nearest beach on the eojit side of the lake and distant about ten mii^. Tho rush lor a safe haven had continued for about an hour when the boat either grounded' or ran upon a reef. What really caused the destruction of the vessel will probably never be known. The vessel, under the fury ol the waves, broke in two, and ,settling ut tho stern first, she gradually sank at the l>ow on which the greatest loss of life occurred, being the last part of the boat to disappear. Tho sur-vi%'ors wlio hod taken to the two boats, a life boat under the command of Chief Engineer Pool, and a yawV in cbarge of Mate Joyce, finally sueisMded in making Cox's shoal on Swotnp.v'island on Sunday. Living OB dead flsh picked up on the beach and without any shelter or warm and dry clothing, the sixteen sur^'ivers had a terrible experience until rescued by the City of Selkirk, which was on her trip doivn the lake and was signalled at Swampy island and p�it in despite the daqgerous nature of the navigation, owing to the treacherous rocks and stormy waters. George Fn>eman ami William Booth were below when the captain ami mate recogniw?d the f.xtremo danger of tho situation. When they came on deck Freeman crrtered ihe up|>er cabin ami went in to fetch out the life bolts. Tho girls on boanl would not use the.se. Frooman gave his overcoat to Miss Flora ^Mac-donaW. .-Vll on board made for the bow. The boat sank at the stern and the waves, lashing in their fury, broke up the boat in six feet lengths The vessel smashed f*ko an egg shell from the stern all the way up to tho bov. Chief engineer Poole climbed across the cabin and Freeman and Booth with tho others followed. IIECOVER ONE MOBE BODY. All the survivors are in tho town today and are barely recovered front their terrible experience. Only one body, that of .loseph .lohannason, has been recovered. It was found on tho shore of Swampy island tho day after the wreck, but the other bodies are still uncovered. An investigation will be held, as soon as possible. The attorney-general's department at Winnipeg was notiflotl to -night, and pending instructions, the body will bo held. ^ Selkirk is mourning for the vic^ tiihs of the wreck. The greatest sympathy is felt for Mrs. Hawes. wife of Cant. Hawes. She is loft with five small children. A month ago she buried her baby, who sue-cumbod to typhoid fever. Miss Flora Macdonald. stewardess on the Princess and Miss Yobn. cook on tho Ijoat, were both well known in this town. Miss Macdonald has u sistof, Marion, employed at the ..Tapanoso room, at the T. Eaton coiiw>any in Winnipeg, and resided with her grandfather .lonas Anderson. Superior Street, Selkirk Dr. Stephenson of Winnipeg will atrivc in town tomorrow to take charge of the inquest proceedings. SKETCH OF LOST CAPTAIN. Captain John Hawes, in command of the foundered Princess, who was drowned, was 60 years of age. He was an experienced navigator, and before coming to Selkirk betwoon 15 and 18 years j^o hod been in the employ of the Hudson's Bay com -pany at Fort Churchill. Previous to that time ho iutd been captain of a boat running between Liverpool and Hudson's bay and had made somo twenty trips across tho' At lantic. He was of an unassuming character, and altogether ho had seen nearly every part of tho ^lol>o. It wa.s scltlom that he entertained his Selkirk friends with stories of his adventures. Ho was %n Engllsh-mi^n by birth.and had sailed to both India and China and at one tini'� his services were sought by e. noted Arctic explorer who had hcard�of his voyages it> tho Hudson's Bay. Ho leaves a wife. who is prostrated with grief, and five children, all!of whom live at Selkirk. Captain . Robinson, in speaking of Captain Hawes' death, expressed keen regret at his friend's death, and remarked sorrowfully that Lake Win-nifteg hM lost one o^l its best and most carelul navigators. Blalrmore Times: The iiencil pusher on the Pinchor Crecik IWho thiuKs King tXIward did a very . wrong thing when hti bought railway sto;k and made a few dollars. That's right, go after him aiid show him how wrong this railway gantbling is when he, might if Im; visited Pinchor sit. into a poker gaino and get twice tho fun out of his nioncy, lie-sides giving the boys a show. Plnchcr Creek Echo: Tho wlitor of tho Cardston Star should ^nlargc his knowled, in the following August a splendid harvest. We the Best 11 Lirtes of 11 Stoves H and Ranges^ II Hich Ca mhely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone IK!. CITY ADVBRTISINO. Ha\-e City Attractive and Then I'se the Press. Montreal, Aug. "as.-W. T. Robson, advertising agent ol the C'P-R-i has just returned from the convention of the Union'of Canadian,Municipalities at Halifax, where he gave an exceedingly interesting address upon municipal advertising lor which he re-cel\cd a vote ol thanks Iroro the t your advantages be known to the obituary. Tho article Is extremely Loweryesque, virile in part, �uunor-ous here ami there, and pathetic nil tlirough. Lo'.vcry is not a bad man as many believe. He has ideas that he has porsistcd in jutt Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing Planing jand Lumber Mills. J < Office, Yards and Factory-Comer Round and Bompas Streets | . . Telephone 153 iTbe lost Eiactiiil Standards bom-your eon - PRICE OF BOOTS WILL PROBABLY SOAR) faoME. Toronto^ Aug. itB.- Shoes; are today from SO to 40 cents higher in price than a tew nibntha'ago and local dealers report that the i price of shoo leatlier' is still soaring, '^e raiiseS given are thb' ificroofod liics of leather nowadays niaiiing tho sup-pl.Sr lail beloKi'the dcmatid an<4to.tho inability of Russia In Its' present turmoil to produc<( leather as largely as before. Chicago meat scaih-dais ha\v lysultcri in d drop in number of cattle killed. Besi^s this the advance in the price ol moats has niado hides increase in ^ value al.so. " '� � : It is expected that a general increase of twenty to twcnt.v-flv� |�cr cent, will be quoted on spring,staples In October. Of criticm prevail, and only unequaled quality finds favor wish us.----:----�.--'-- AH kimls of fresh and cured meats. Fresh fish three times a week.-------- Burns & Co., Ltd. ---Telephone 91-- \ A. EASTON & MANUFACTURERS OP HARNESS. SADDLES. AND GENERAL, iiORSE FUitNISHlfiGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A N E W STAND Just drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to^te. The cleanest and brightest fthop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTING COMPANY, LTD Moeoooooooooi ICAKUFACTURERS OF , Li File Lagar, Beer, Ale and Porter THE BKST IN THE WEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt atteijtioa J lliilMIMIlllMilltVw^ f.....................................4#M JUST RECEIVED SHIPMENT Or ^ Morrb* Sqioking Wallace CSL floselfoy , The Leading digar and Tobacco Firm-inv Southern Alberta.