Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Common Piano Ta Sense IK J2? There is nothing nicer for the homo than n goal Piano. There nro Pinnc i. and there lire irood Pianos. When you Imy a piano you should know what sort of an instrument you are getting. With THE BELL PIANO You can depend upon an instrument of the tirst (junlity. It's responsive touch, accuracy of tone and durability nro recommended highly by the best musicians in Canada. When you buy"a Hr.i.t. you buy a pinno that cannot be excelled. Come and in-siioct the instruments that we have on exhibition at Southard's new store. Butcher h. Publow EDMONTON CALGARY LETH BRIDGE TELEPHONE NO. 1 - FOR ALL KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON the Bold Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODA HON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER 1 KATES ,$1.50 A DAY | LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | P. BURNS & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEAT MERCHANTS LARGEST BUYERS AND SHIPPERS OF LIVE STOCK IN THE NORTHWEST LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA TELEPHONE 91 HEAD OFFICE, . CALGARY SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers &c MCTI'niUDCiE AND CAUOSTuN Lethuridge Office, Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Properly W. 0. Sjmmoss.IB. A. C. V. Btr;.r 1'-^ rriilerj te die K irrlcn siul IJoT.CfUc \V'ne� in-ya lii-t'J ft^m tin he�t growers ,b os'* ami at lum-. Thmr are a ?�r* ot the li.tereiilrK i'-u*: Im-o )i :eil Clia in|>JULn', Mu-i ,inJ Chan el jn, I'otr.erv Sec, Mu'rin't Uxua f) v M V/lWi'. . El. ROV Wli,i!..�aie Dealer in LIQUORS ami CIGARS Alia CHIPS FROM THE BLOCK A Breezy Round-up of Live News Items from All Over the District. Carstnira has n newspaper. Postmaster Gammage, of Michel B. C, is dead. Saskatoon claims to have a ulntion of MW. A Masonic lodge has been insti-tutttl at Cnrstairs. I Aid. Croc will In- a candidate for j mayor of Fcrnic. Caluary ex]iecti it will tyt-t the Dominion exhibition. A football match was played at Cnninoro on New Year's day. to pop- FRED HOPKINS. * PROP, C. B. BOWMAN Real Estate and Insurance Agent MONEY TO LOAN Marriage Licenses Issued OFFICE: FIRE HALL ADD'N W�it of Post Office George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices -YARDS AT- A license has been granted the new hotel ot High Kiver Rev. A. Dunn. Presbyterian minister at Fernie. has resigned. The Presbyterians are erecting an institutional church at Coleman. Biighnm S. Young, secretary | treasurer of Raymond, has resigned. A large shipment of Raymond Hour has been made to Hong Kong. A. P. Burns and Miss Winnifred McLean were married at Medicine llat. Yatley A: Blaylock. barristeis. Constable Patterson is now located at Blninnore. Uoo. Snyder is in charge of the Coleman school. Tho Blairmore opera house is nearly completed. Calgary's exhibition will bo held on July 10. 11. 12 Dr. Richards will huild a new residence at High Ri\or. A. K. Burnett has been elected a school trustee at Nanlon. The Northern Bank opened a branch at Edmonton this week. There is still talk of an electric-railway being built to connect the Crow's Nest Pass towns. Constable Thundt r, who was recently transferred from Leavings to Frank, is reported ill with rheumatic fever. John Sell, of Brant, was sentenced to serve two months for stealing from lies-lip's stores at High River. (1. F. Downes has l>oon elected secretary-treasurer of Strathcona. succeeding Hon. A. C. Rutherford Salary, S12im>. K. Vomer Wilson, of Living stone, near Cowley, was married on Dec. !50th to Kli/.i.kth. dnughtcj of Col. O'Brien. ex-M.P.. Barrio Out. Recent �f Tongui w-editings Creek. In -Rich. Moore Miss Isabelli High River, havedissolvod partner s,lil>- ; Vallance. Listowel: Ira H. O'Nea Rev. Oscar (ironlund. a retired ��Miss_ Anna Me|{iie. both of High Meihodist minister, is dead at Calgary. .1.(5. MeCallum has been elect* d presi�leiit of the Cranbrouk Liberal Association. If Attorney General Wilson. t>f B. C. retires.* W. R Ross. M. P. P.. Fernie. may succeed him. Rev. Dr. Herd man advocates tho establishment of a provincial university in Alberta at once. Rev. K P. Flewelliim'. formerly of Nelson, is now in charge of the Cranbrook Anglican parish. j M. !. Manning, inanagor of the Merchants Bank at Re I Deer, has been transferred to Nrepawu. It is rejHirted that .1. .1. Hill is behind a ileal to buy the Prince Albert branch of the C. P. R. 1 The stable of Jas. McKeiniy at Claresholm. along with four head ot horses, was i|e>>troyi-d by tire. Kenneth Macilouald. who has been acting attorney general of Alberta, has resigned to enter pri-vate praetice. The Moosimin judicial district is to be cut iii two. with Carlyle and Yorkton as the centre of the new districts. Two lots bought by Horace Hume in Edmonton less than two years ago for $.'i7">. sold for .S20or merchant could hardly be recognized by his nearest anddear-est friends. Next day His Majesty's court sat in the big room at the hotel, where the ease was discussed pro and con. The result wasyoiing Lisonliee was assessed Sl.'ilH) for his alleged improvements on the merchant's face. The court and a brace of policemen came down from Lothbridge to investigate the Several differences, lull this was the only one that proved serious. STOCKTAKING SALE V * During our Whitewear Sale from Jan. 8 to 18th inclusive, we nro offering tho best values in MUSLIN UNDERWEAR ,ver shown in Alberta, and at the smut clearing some other S|>ocial lies ot rices. tune goods at we are We Invite Inspection. Che Bentley Coy, Dd WIIOI.I-.SAI.K AND RETAIL il Our Specialty is PLUMBING, STEAM and iPfijawwaujjjjPii.'xijjj.'-.. xM.9.Mmmmmmmmmmmm ] IOT WATER HEATING CjijyJBakery OPPOSITE V\ni: )lALL Recti & Co. ^ Props. Wi have in stock a I, irge i|iiai:tit.\ ot CADBURY'S GOODS Victoria to Sas-of new  plate church J?**! as A. C. LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING, TABOR, It Will An envelope placed on th at the Red Deer Methodist contnim-d an ciivolojic with a gift to the Jiiistor. Rev. Farrell. It is said that F. W. (5. Haultain will retire from Saskatchewan ixjlitics and enter the Dominion field as a candidate for Walter Scott's old seat. On New Year's day at Medicine Hat a curling match took place between rinks skipped by Hon. Wulter Scott and Hon. W. T. Fin-lay. Alberta won. It is reported that Col. Evans, C. B., will lie transferred from Winnii>eg to Ottawa, to be succeeded in the Western C'anuda district by Col. Buchan. RAYMOND. Fi urn h  Oh 'iivcli- Born to the wife of Alma Betts a daughter. Dec. 28 li)U5. I (ieorge H. Budd has received the ' apiKjintmcnt of official auditor of the Treasury Department of the Provincial government. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fd McCarthy has been taken to the Lothbridge h ispital to U> treated for a growth on one of her eyes. Miss Mae Messenger of Wolfvil-1.'. Nova Scotia, our latest additional teacher, has the third standard, and is occupying the old Hoaglid store which has been temporarily fitted up as a school room. Ex-Mayor McCarly. wife and sun. Charles McCarty Jr. and little Leah, the heavy weight, left on Tins ay morning's south ImjuihI tniin for Utah. ' Word has been received here that i (i. W Briinhall who went South to see his father, is very ill with typhoid pneumonia. As predicti-d in the storm col. minis of this |�ipor last week the wedding of Miss Flora Lingard and J. Farmer Fairbanks occured on Monday, New Year's day at the hour predicted. It is supposed they left immediately after the ceremony on a wedding trip, as neither has direct from the (>ldCountry, which we are selling at very m' 1,ku llu!>' "PI***-appointed commissioner of irrigation and chief engineer of irrigation for the provinces of Saskatchewan, Alberta and the territories. Calgary is designated as the headquarters. J. Horner, C. P. R. roadmaster west of Medicine Hat for the past few years, has been transferred to the division between Medicine Hat and Swift Current. U. M. Armstrong, who has been in charge of the Medicine Hat and Swift Current division, will succeed Mr. Horner. The following appointments have been made by the Cardston council: Town solicitor, W. C. Simmons at a noiuinul salary of $150 per annum; health inspector, II. W\ Brant at a nominal salary of $25 per annum; secretary-treasurer, license inspector, assessor and pound keeper, Murtin Wood, *j.t a fixed salary of $102().tx) por annum. KEAN'S - FOR- High-Class Confectionery FRESH Crapes, Oranges, Apples Figs and Dates JAPANESE OUANOE8 ONLY HUc PER BOX OYSTERS AND CLlERY -AT- J. W. Kean Sl Co Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 PHOTOS Hammond Bros. Photographers To advertise thoir tine and up-to-date Portraits, will give Free Sittings To a'" who call THIS MONTH. No Money To Pay at the time ot sitting. If you don't like thorn when tuiish-ed, don't pay for thern HAMMOND BROS. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. A' i.jmli In MdliilulM. Sankitcdi'W all rtli'l Albcrtd. cuceplllli; H ml �Jii, Ilol If invgil. 1114)' tit- llulll''hlC4UL'il fey juTuuri WhU 1h lilt* bu e head uf family. t^.ir^ men'** a^ t" renldent e m.w he Hatihiied I), hiich pelkhi lenliliiij; wnh the father or iitotbei a. If Ihe -ettler has hu ei miineiit r Mldence upon faimiiiK Id' > hun In the vkln-Uy of hlb hoine^ieaii. the required.enle an t� rc-rldence mav li nat(i.iU'll!li!�ialMX�J^^ uau5Ig51lMilIgiIi�Li�l�M^ ----.--------t ;�] Houk's New Quarters (ieo. Ilouk is better pri'imr-'d than ever.to cater to his ^rowintf trade at his new stand in the old Dry (ioods Fiiiporinin. formerly occnjiied liy (i. II. .lohiiHton. : Nothing Inil the purest brands of CHiARS. LigCORS and WINES kept on hand. GEO. HOUK nnnnnnnnnnanannnnonnn ;