Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
Lethbridge VOLUUME 1 LBTUBRIDGE, ALBEHTA. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 3, 1906. NUMBER 9 Common Sense Piano TalK There is nothing nicer for the homo than a good Piuno. There are Pianos, and there fire good Pianos. When you buy a piano you Bhould know what sort of an instnimentyou are getting. With THE BELL PIANO You can depend upon an instrument of the first quality.- It's responsive louch, accuracy of tone and durability are recommended highly by the best musicians in^Canada. When you buy'"a Bf.i.l, you buy a piano that cannot be excelled. Come and inspect the instruments that we have on exhibition at Southard'B new store. ButcKer &t Publow EDMONTON CALGARY LETHBRIDGE HEVTENS THE BELGIAN TaILOR is taking orders now for all kinds of Gentlemen's ....Clothing He has brought some fine woollen fabrics, which, after duty and freight being paid, arc cheaper yet than anything you can get here. He expects another large shipment soon via Montreal. Sec him and ask bim his prices for Suits, Pants, Overcoats, etc 1 THEY WILL SURPRISE YOU You will find Mr. Hcytens in his large new residence behind (he Hotel Windsor. just IF YOU BUILD YOU NEED LUMBER If you are wise you will buy your Luiuhar where you can get it the best at a reasonable price-and fit it when you wnnt it. We handle Lumber of Every Description ()ur source of supply is unlimited and you can depend upon getting what you ask for. ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd J. W. McNicol, General Manager, Lethbridge, Alta. Branches at Tabor, Nanton, Leaving, Cardston, Pinchcr Creek and High River CUS NEIDIG House and Sign Painting Paper Hanging and Kalsoinining LICENSED AUCTIONEER Dealer in Second Hand Furnrure NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers CARDSTON. KVnm the Siar. Mr. Smith the first matt to build a house on the Homeseokor's Addition has been rewarded tins week with a sweet daughter. Miss Hannah May of Aetna and Jacob Clnpps of Caidston were united in the bonds of matrimony by President Edward J. Wood last Tuesday afternoon. John Ibey left yesterday for Montreal via. St. Paul, Chicago tnd New York. He will spend a couple of months wiih his relatives n the east before returning. The Irrigation Company have this week been moving heavy machinery up to Cardston for the new steam sliovel. It will be installed and ready for work at the commencement of the season. E.W. Burton of Burton's Book Store left yesterday for Montreal via St.Paul Chicago and New York. He will probably be gone for a month or six weeks. J, C. Cuhoon of 'he Alberta Lumber Company has token over the agency for the Massey- Harris people here. The wrestling match between Jensen and Stoddard was rather a tame affair. Stoddard was no* in condition and Jensen had a snap. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox of Raymond came in on Monday to visit their newly arrived grandchild at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Law-rence Squires. This last lx>y came on Friday and everything is getting along nicely. Mrs. James Austin presented her husband with a handsome Christmas Gift in the form of a sweet baby boy. "Jim" is prouder than he was when he rode those buckine horses for the Governor General and Dave who also assisted him at that time, while running for the doctor came in contact with a piece of plank that had bl >wn from one of the buildings and as a consequence is now wearing a great big piece of sticking plaster. Trouble never comes singly but "Jim" thanks his lucky stars its a ix>ach and not a pair. An interesting session of the Cardston Board of Trade was held Wednesday evening. The main topics dicussed were those of the express charges on the A. R & 1. Ry.and the price of coal at Cardston. The Secretary was instructed to write to the labor Coal Co. and find out what they could deliver coal at the Cardston station for. It seemed to be the opinion of some members of the board that the Railway Company was making the "short haul" pay for "long haul"' The Cardston board endorsed the petition of the Calgary Exhibition committee to have the next Dominion exhibition held at that place. February last. It is perhaps needless to announce that neither is an nvalid except for^Mrs. Speidels temporary indisposition. In some countries Mr. and Mrs. Speidel would be pensioners of the government for their splendid contribution to the increase of the population, BLAIRMORE Prom the Times. The building formerly occupied by the Crow's Nest Jobbing Co. has been purchased by W. A, Bee-be, O. E. 8. Whitemore and Harry Howard. They will fit it up as an opera house. P. McGowan is the new man in the Union Bank at Frank. Born:- -In Blairmore on Wednesday, Dec. 20th, to the wife of James Dougall a sou. At the ratepayer's meeting in Coleman on the 19th, it was decid ed to put arc lights on the Btreets. Thursday in the Eagle's Hall at Coleman, the election of a check-weiglnnun for the Coleman local, No. 2tm V. M W. of A., took ploce. Charles Brooks, who is also recording secretary of the local, was elected by a majority of 10 votes. During tho week officials of the C. P. R. visited the Coleman mine and looked over the plant. They left well satisfied as to where the C. P. R. could secure plenty of coal for some time to come. A. B. Hoaglin, formerly one of Raymond's popular merchants, is well established here, and is doing an excellent business. Ho has purchased a number of lots near the Hull addition, and intends to have erected an up-to-date mercantile house soon. Last week one of our esteemed citizens, Samuel J. Francis, received a broken leg, while riding a spirited horse and attempting to round up a small hunch of cattle. The horse stepped into a badger hole, Btumbled, throwing the rider violently to the ground, breaking the Mjpb badly above the ankle. Mr. Francis with difficulty caught the animal, but was unable to mount. Remembering that the horse had been taught to lie down at the word, he stroked the beast, and at the command, the faithful horse dropped to the grass. Mr. Francis mounted and the animal struggled to his feet. After riding a distance of ten miles across the prairie, he reached homo in such a condition that Dr. Lang was unable to replace the broken bones, on account of the limb being much swollen. 0K0T0KS. From i he Review. The old and new councils ban-7,7.'S 1.707 bushels. Possibly 17, ooo.ni io bushels remain in the farmer's haudB.