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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta * Otf'8 Commands Attention Steatite of lit Its artistic designs. 2nd Excellent workmanship 3rd First class quality, 4th The price at which it is sold NOTICE. STEAMER SINKS ON LAKE WINNIPEG Something to remember is that we carry only The Bot Goods from The Best Makers The manufacturer's guarantee, along with ours goes with every piece. Wm. C Liphardt Jeweler  Optician those who rEntsn.nn. �)ohn Htuvos, aged 00 years, of Selkirk, cnptnln of the Princess, the wrecked steamer. Float McDonald, aged 1" years, of Selkirk, grand daughter of Jonas Anderson, Superior Street, Selkirk, and stewardess on the Princess. Vobn .lohnson, aged '20 years, of Selkirk, daughter ol Mr. ami Mrs. �.'. Johnson of lllg Island, Ixvke Winnipeg, and .cook on the,Princess. .lot; .lohnannson, of Aanorson, aged 2i2 years, of Poplar l'oint, passenger on the Prim-ess. I-oftus Oowlinnnson. iirwI '-'."> years of Selkirk, passenger on the I'rin -cess. Charles (ireyeyes. an Indian, dei-k- T. E. Patteson ott block Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Besidential Lots, Modem Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for rash and on time. Full particulars on application. In the Supremo Court of the Northwest Territories Judicial District of Southern Alberta. In the matter of the estate of Thomas Williams of Ix'thbrklgc, In lho province of Alberta, Deceased. L'pon the application of James K. Ilughson, tho administrator of the estate of the above Thomas Wll -Hams, deceased, nml upon reading the administration granted herein und the nllldavit of the said James K. Ilughson, sworn herein on the fifteenth day of August, A.I),, 1000. IT IS OltDKRKD that t*� erodi-t-ors and others having claims against the said estate do send such claims with statutory declaration or ef-fadavit of verification to the said James K. Ilughson by mall or delivering the same to the office of hand on tl*> Prim-ess. John- I., l-'awcett, Macleott, Alberta. , _ advocate for the said administrator Selkirk. Man.. Aug. U\> -During a on or before the j*t day of October fuI.lous sU)rm ofl ^ Wlllmpe({ A. 1).. 1000. I Sunday morning, the steamer Prin - AND I I-'URTHKU OltDIOH that a j cess went to the bottom ami six copy of this order be published in H | lives were lost. It is the worst mar-consecutive Issues of the said "The j ine disaster recorded In the inland 1/rthbrldge Herald" the first pub - j waters of Western Canada The licotion to be not Inter than the 1st wreck occurred while tho boat v,x day of Septoinber. A. IV, lt)00, and ,southbound from Poplar Point at upon such publication the adininls - \ Swampy Island, about two � nndred trator immediately arter tho mild | and fifty miles north of Selkirk 1st of October, A.1.V, 15)00. shall be! The destruction of the vessel was I at liberty to distribute the assets � followed by many instances ofstrlk-of the said deceased or any part | ing heroism among tho crew ,Uid thereof nmongst the parties thereto . passengers and splendid resignation having regard to the claims of which ; among the women in the presence the said administrator shnll then j ,/ imminent (k?(lth Captain Ma wen have notice as aforesaid nnd the said and was slgnallod at Swampy island ami put In despite the dangerous naturo of the navigation, owing to tho treacherous rocks and stormy waters. tleorge Freeman ami William llooth were Mow when the captain PRESS GRINDING! Ttlalrmoro Times: The pencil pusher on tho Vlnchor Creek (Opho thiitKs King Mdwawl did a very wrong thing when he bought railway �lo;k ami made a few dollars. Thnl.'s right, go after him and show him how wrong this railway gambling Is when he might If he visited Pincher sit into a poker game and get and mate recognised the t>xtremo ... ... . , ., . . . , ,,. . twice tho fun out of his money, he- dnnger of the situation. When they came on deck Freeman entered ihe up|>cr ca-bln ami went In to fetch out' the life bolts, Tho girls on board would not use these. Freeman gave his overcoat to Miss Flora ' Mne- donnl-d. All on board nvide for the bow. The boat sank at tho stern and the waves, lashing in their fury, broke up the boat In six feel lengths The vessel smashed rTko an ogg shell from tho stern all the way up to tho bov. Chief engineer Poole climbed across the cabin and Freomnn and Hooth with tho others followed. RBCOVRH ONE MORK BODY. Ask your ticket agent for tickets (via the Wisconsin Central Ry. Milwaukee. Chicago. and All Points Cast an4 South Convenient trains, Pullman sleep, ers, Free reclining chair cars, Dining cars. For full information address H..T Bergemann, travelling agent. 371 Robert st, St. Paul, Minn.; or Jas. C, Pond, general passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES WINDING UP ORDINANCE. 19011. NOTICE Is hereby given that all creditors and others having claims against tho Dulwell Coal and Iron Minos Company, Limited, aro re -quired to semi tho same to the undersigned Liquidator of such Company on or before the first day November 1006, 'pursuant to section t) of tho Above, Ordinance. THOS. UNDERWOOD Underwood Block, Calgary. Alberta. Liquidator of the Bui well Coal and Iron Mines Co., Limited. E. W. KINGSTON Riding Breeches Specialist administrator shnll not he 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 distribution of the said assets or any part thereof. Dated at Banff, this 19th day of August, A. D.. 100G. This order was taken out by John L. Fawcett, advocate for adminls -trator Tenders for the Erection of Court House at Cardston, Albert* Sealed Tenders addressed to tho Deputy Minister of Public Wor�s Edmonton. Alberta, ami endorsed "Tenders for Court House at Card' ston, Altn." will bo received up to 12 o'clock, noon, Thursday, S-jp tomber 20th, 1906. for the supply ing of all materials and the erection of Court House Building in accordance with plans and specifications on view In tho Department of Public Works, Edmonton, at tho office of the Inspector of Public Works, Arm- went down with the ship, irylng to comfort the women who found oh -wipe impossible. The disaster was apparently due to tho tremendous storm encountered by tho Princess and in spite of tho |inost courageous efforts of the officers and crew. The boat was caught on tho lee i f treacherous shore off Swampy Island, and battered to pieces by the terrific fury of the gale. Tho l>!n-cess was the largest boat on 11 e All the survivors are in tho town today and aro barely recovered from their terrible oxperienco. Only onn body, that of Joseph Johannason, has been recovered. It was found on the shore of Swampy Island tho day after tho wreck, but the other bodies are still uncovered. An inves ligation will 1)0 hold as soon as possible, Tho attorney-general's department at Winnipeg was notified to night, and pending Instructions, the body will be hold Selkirk Is mourning for the vie--time of tho wreck. The greatest sympathy Is felt for Mrs. Hawes wife of Cant. Hawes. She is left, with five small children. A month ago she burled her baby, who sue -climbed to typhoid fever. Miss Flora Mncdonald. stewardess on tho Princess and Miss Yobn. cook on tho bout, were both well known in this town. Atiss Macdonald has u slsto" Marion, employed at tho Japanese room at the T. Eaton company in Winnipeg, and resided vlth her sides giving the boys a show. Pincher Crock Echo'. Tho editor of tho Cnrdslon Star should enlarge his knowledge of Southern AlDortu. In his claim that the Mormons -Intro � duced tho cultivation of winter wheat into this province he has drawn too much on his Imagination. Without positive knowledge of the various districts The Echo would not care to claim priority in this matter for Pincher Creek; Fort Muc-lood settlers may have experienced with winter wheat at nn oarllnrdato than fanners hero. We can, however, assure the Cardston Star that tne Mlirmon farmers' introduction ?) -jf Southern Alberta's chief product looks cheap liesidc the fact that Mr F. Willock sowed winter wheat on his farm two miles from this town In the fall of 1880 and re.vvd, in the following August a splendid hur vest. We Handle the Best! Lines of Stoves and Ranges ! Mich (EL W/ahely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam und Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 1 .Hi. 00-O0OM>��f #��� *4+Q444*+$>+*++** lake nnd tho property of tho North- grandfather Jonas Anderson. Super west Navigation companv with hoai- lol. street, Selkirk quartern at Selkirk. The civ..- i \ d surviving passengers saf-iv ioi.gel in a yawl and a lifeboat were f his services were sought by r. noted Arctic explorer who had heard, of his voyages in, tho Hudson's Bay. Ho loaves a wife. who Is prostrated with grief, and five children, all of whom live at Selkirk. Captain Robinson, in speuking of Captain Hawes' death, expressed keen regret at his friend's death, and remarked sorrowfully that Lake Win ni|ieg has lost ono of its best and most enroful navigators. CITY ADVERTISING. Haw City Attractive and Then Use tho Press. Painter, Paper Ilasrer, Decorator, agent for Empire Wall Papers, from Sc. a roll up. Best of work gun ran teed. McAdoo & Van Horn Cartage Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must accompany all coal orders Office-First door south of Sal vation Army barracks. Telephone 77 Resldenco-Flrst house Court House, on Baroswas Road. of SADDLES AstrMt and Stock SINGLE - HARNESS Good stock of Farm Harness on hand; also a full line o t Trunks and Valises in stock. Lethbridge Branch of The | Pembroke Conservatory of Music | ). GEORGE HARPER. Dlitctot | PUPILS RECEIVED DAILY ! F.VERY BRANCH TAUGHT The most advanced and progressive methods are employed in each department. Students prepared for our own nnd University Exams. Theory, Singing. Violin. Mandolin, Orchestral, Elocution, and Physical Culture Classes. CONCERTS, RECITALS, AND LECTURE RECITALS. Collegiate year from September 1st to June BUth. Studios over Tuffs New Store. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Tcimi Modmu, Ptoiptciut on tpplicMlon A tremendous sea was running an I frequent' squalls ami rain render mI the trip more perilous. The bout had loft Big George's island and had run against a strong west wind for a-bout three hours towards Swampy island. When a few miles from tin Island the rrew discovered the boat was aleak and when it wus found that it was impossible to keep ln-r dry it was decided to turn buck inwards Big George's island. A ileno gala was blowing, tho waves dashing over the boat, and despite the fact that the pumps were kept going, it wus impossible to subtAiu the wul -ers which steadily gained upon th>cr has lioon jt'iut out of the malls. Ixiwory is % think us Ixiwery docs, but for the| good he has done, we wish him veil, j Below is a portion of the article singing the death knell of the Claim: With this issue Lowery's Claim is; for tho second time deposited In the; tomb from which it mny never nrlie, even if . tlabrlel blows his horn nnd 1 announces that all tyrants have ticeti j drowned in tho froth of their egotls- ] Ileal idiocy. This journal has lived ton soon to be generally popular, for the class of work it has contained does not nppcu) to those sunk in the stagnant pond of creed, custom, superstition and mental ossification. An Irishman brought up on fish and potatoes will have a fever when no first eats meats. So n ;s with people fed on ancient theologlculdopo love of king*, bishops, dukes and titulars. With Hie blood of slaves run  niug in their veins, and minds tainted with the awe of authority they gag when a dish of virgin, virile nnd living thought is sot before them and rush for the donator like u ,nuid bull chasing a red Aug. Perhaps it is a mistake to hand out mental beefsteak when gruel cah only 1st digested.      With these few remarks the shroud is folded over a Journal that perhaps has been too intensely human. Somo will look upon its death ns m. blow to freedom, while others will find sweet-music in the dropping of the clods upon its coffin. Let it rest in peace for over its ashos I Intond to (build a literature that will redden the cheek with laughter and woo man from the temples of error by handing him Truth coated with Love .much the same as we swallow quinlno encased in a jacket of sugar. This hammer ing bitter Truth in with clubs'is too much like fighting the crowd at n Donnybrook fair. I might thump the croud, hut what a sight I would be going home on a shutter. Au-mcn! TRY WM. OLIVER --FOR- | Everything required in Ihe construction of a Building, J Lumber nnd nil kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary nnd Crnnbrook, \ Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronissing  > Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. #  Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and lknnpas Streets  Telephone loll A^S^#^4^s^MnS^m^^M>^>o found anywhere weto in close proximity to tho railway tracks and stations, which did not tend to raiso tlie merits of tho pluces In tho eyes of travellers. .q'ximnnnGPpnQori- AN OLD TIMER �WITH TH IS- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND OIUAKS IN A NEW STAND Just drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date. The cleanest antl brightest shop in Southern Alberta. geoTTTouk Winnii>eg Trlbuno: Tho last heard of our' Mayor and Acting-Mayor, thoy wore In Toronto. Their address would be a whole lot more popului if it wero not so noar. PRICE OK nOOTS WILL PROB- AULV SOAR: jlOME. Toronto, Aug. 38.- Shoes, aro today from St) to 40 cents higher in price than a few months ago and local doalers report that the'.. price of shoo leather is still soaring. The causes given aro tho increased uses of leather nowudays making the supply fail below, the denuind umf, to the inability of Russia In its present turmoil to produce leather as largely us before. Chicago meat scandals hove resulted in a drop |n .tho number of cattle killed. Resides this the advance in tho price of meats has made hides inrronso in. , value tilso. It is oxpoctwl that a general in-croaso of twenty to twenty-five per cent, will bo quoted on spring staples In October. LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Porter THE BKST IN THE WEST WBHSMSMSS^Sia^i^MHHHSanNSaHiSB^iHMHiaS^^HSMillllSllHiHMW All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention JUST RECEIVED SHIPMENT OF is9 Special Smoking Old English Curve Cut Copenhagen Snuff Wallace (EL Hoselton The Leading Cigar and Tobacco Firm in Southern Alberta. ���4 ;