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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Common Sense Piano TalK There is nothing nicer for the home than a good Piano. There arc Piaiion, and there are gootl Pianos Wlienyou buy a piano you sliould know what sort of an instrtxment you are getting. With THE^BELL_P|ANO You can dei^end upon an instrument of the lirst quality. It's re8iX)nsivo touch, iiccnracy of tone and durability are recouiuiendi'd liighly by the best musicians in^Canada. V�'!ien yon buy a Bell yon buy a piano that cannot Ix' ixct'lUHl. Come and in-sjject the instruments tliat we have on exhibition at Southard's new store. Butcher & Publow EDMONTON CAUIARY LETHBEIDGE 0 iTELEPHONhNO.r -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PICHE & MIRON FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODA FiON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES .$1.50 A DAY IlETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA I LOOK INTO OUR STORE Anything you may want in the fish line can be procured here. We've got it right-quality and price. Whitefish Halibut Salmon Mackarel Herring Haddie Fresh Oyst.-rs Smelts Shrimps Crabs NOTE;-We are offering choice young beef by the side or quarter at prices that you really can't afford to let pass P. BURNS &c CO., Ltd. PHONE 91. SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers &c. I.ETHBKIUGE AND CARDSTON Lethbridge Office, Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property W C. �j.MMONs, 3 A,, Cro wnProsecuL i C V Be.Na'Ett B. Building Material We csn supply you with Sashes and Doors, Window and Door Frames; Office._,Baok and House Fittings. FINISHED LUMBER & TURN INGS OF ALL KINDS Clear and common lumber on hand Quotations promptly given on application CRANBROOK Sash & Door Factory CRANBROOK, B C. PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE Tliis market is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the district. FRED HOPtVlNS. PROP. C. B. BOWMAN {leal Estate and Insurance Agent MONEY TO LOAN Manlage Licenses hiued OFFICE: FIRE HALL ADD'N Wtit of Hou Office BRIGHT and SPARllLINC Wme-i for the elaborata banquet or the �lrnpl� family repast can be ordered from us with the certainty that the quality will be high ani the pi ice moderate Ou.- r>relpn and Dome.Mlc Wines ire ga'.ltrrd fiom thu best growers bnrdii and at h'm*. Thvse are a few of the Interestin); ilrms: Fm-ooriert Champagne, Mnet and Chaa-(Ijn, PoTiery Sec , Muam's Extra Dry. M. EiThov Whulcaale Dealer in WINl',:-, LIQUORS and CIGARS Piioiu- ')�;. Lethbridge, Alta. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices I NE^VS OF THIS Taken From SoutlAcvn Albetta Papers I TICKS PROM THt WIRE Bits of News from All Over the World. RAYMOND. Fi oni th  Ch 1 on'cl -. To thu the wife of J. O. Haws, at Nino Aliic Aloiulay .lamiary 8th a daui^htt'r. Our barlx^rs. Messrs Cask and Brown, liavc jjurchased a u;ood front on Mai' Street and let the contract for one of the finest little bricli buildiiiLTS in the district. Col- the M. A. Fleniini.'. former manner Born: In Raymond, on Friday ' of the Cochrane Ranch was in town December 2i�th to tiie wife of Monday, Mr. FU'ming inform*^ Charles Bnhier. a daughter. | Star tliat the "whole bunch" . , . rii had quite when Cowdry anil Maun- At a speeial n.encer is hiivini; the of Secretary-Treasurer to succeed foundatian rock hauled for his new-Mr. Young whose resignation had residence on the north west corner been accepted. The choice fell of the Tithint,'Sipiaro. Mr. Spen-i upon Mr. George H. Budd. F. B. er will erect ii handsome dwelling ' tuifa Imvingaccepted bribes. Rolfson btMn" a close second: tlie during the summer. mi " i i a. a good tluul in the pipe. When it is _-on-1 F. Peters. K. C, Vancouver, may sulered that tlu> men started about ; be appointed governor of B. C. 11 feet below the surface, the d(?pth amounts to auout 172 feet. 8 'iiator Cliurch, of Halifax, is dead. , Manitoba liberals will hold a convention. ! Manitoba hotel, Portage la Prairie, was burned. Three men wi^re frozen to ileath near Dawson city. President Harper, of Chicago University, is dead. 8. E. Ciourley, ex M, P Chester, N. S., is dead. Dominion jmrliament meets second week in March. j T10 Trader's bank has absorbed the Metropolitan bank. Prof. Badgeley of Vfctoria University. Tonnito, is dead. Aid. Adam Lynd, Toronto, ad- Writle and George H. Higgs. ! The annual meetingof the Board of Trade was hi-lil January 8th. Till' Secretary".'; repuit showed a membersiui) of twenty-two: that the hiiaril had received during the , ye.ir Sli)8. Total exi)eiulitun' was I Slot.2"), leaving a balance on haiitl of 75. During the meeting a committee was a| point* il to arrange im entertainment, tlie pro-e!' ng-ing to him. The evidence and his recent flight proves very conclusively that he did. Matheson is one of the cleverest newpaper men in the west and it is too bad that he has thus besmirched the good name he other wise had. TABER TALK. YARDS AT- LETHBRIDGE. RAYMOND. STIRLING. TABOR. It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buyijg Elsewhere. ' MAGRATH George Birch leaves shortly for Taber. Jolm Bridge has been elected town overseer. The infant son of Richard Brad-shaw died last week. Born:--To Mrs. Perry a son, to Mrs. Parley Carter a son, and to Mrs. Roy Decker a daughter. Mr. J??sse Smith left recently for Utah points to "encourage immigration to the Irrigation districts of Alberta. Mr. J. S. Dudley, brother of our worthy citizen Chas. Dudley, has moved his family up from Willanl, Utah, and intends making Magrath his home. Thomas Joiins, our muscian, left last week with his family for Union. Oregon, where he will take up his residence for the winter with a view to permanent location. Mr. Ab Wallace, while working in the Houk mine recently, was struck by a falling rock causing a fracture of one of his legs below the knee. Dr. Rivers set the limb and the patient is getting along as well as possible. > John L. Finlayson left a week ago last Monday on a mission to England and Scotland. Mrs. Finlayson and Inez will remain in Magrath, though they have invitations to Biiend the next two years in Utah. Among those who took advantage of the recent excursion to Utah were: Dr. Sanders, Mr. Will Hind-ley and daughter, Mr. C. Jensen and family, Mrl and Mrs. H. Ririe, Mrs. Sabey, Mrs. House, Jos. Har-ker and wife, Mrs. Wallace, Sylvan Fowler, Sam .Tessup, Dave Baxter and others. (('"'riim the Her;i 18 en- S1CX).000 damage was done to the Windsor hotel. Montreal, by fire. R. T. Rilev, Winnipetj, was married to Mrs. Sinclair, New York. Premier Laurier will be banquet-ted at Toronto by Ontario liberals. Eddie Doyle, a well known eastern lacrosse player, is dead at Brantfonl. Winnipeg is likely to be given another member in the Manitoba Legislature. The West Hotel, at Minneapolis, was destroyed by fire. Eight persons lost their Iiv(>3. Thive Galicians were fatally poisoned by methyl alcohol purchased at Invermary. Man. The Toronto News estimates that three million dollars are spent annually in that city on litpior. W. E. Kuowles, barrister. Moose-jaw, is the liberal candidate for the bye-election in West Assiniboia. Ban well, the bank clerk who stole i?20.00t) from the Crown Bank. Toronto, has been arrested in Jamaica. Blenheim,Out., ministers refused to bury a young man on Sunday and a layman had to conduct the services. in 16 municipalities in Ontario local option was adopted on New Year's day. 143 bars will be put out of Inisiuess. Principal Peterson of McGill University, may succeed the late Dr. Harper as president of Chicago l^niversity. G. E. McCraney, Rosthern, is the Liberal candidate for the Commons in Saskatchewan, vacated by the resignation of Hon. J. H. La-mont. Former Premier Balfour has been defeated by a liberal in Manchester. The liberals have made large gains. Sir Gilbert Parker has been re-elected. Jos. Phillips, President of the York Coxrnty Loan and Savings Co- Toronto, has been arrested, chargetl with falsifying returns sent to the government. During a big wind a C. N. R. freight car standing on the siding at Glenella was blown on to the main line and went 32 miles before coming to a standstill at Neepawa Junction. The car went through Gladstone at a high rate of speed, giving some of the inhabitants quite a scare as it went dashing by. CARDSTON. From the Star The Cardston Mercantile Co. have built a brick addition and put in a plate glass front that is equal to any little city. The Post Office advertisement The good wishes of every pe.son in another column would indicate "ere goes with them. Success at-that we are to have a daily mail: them, train on or before the 1st of March i , next. The Presbyterian church tirely completed antl regular Sabbath service conducted therein. President H. S. Allen and retinue from Raymond, visited Taber Sunday, and preached to the people. Messrs Aspland, N. L. McLain, L. P. Anderson, Wm. Sellman L. Ro fson and others from Raymond are employed here. Douglas & Douglas, Probert & Wood and all our business men are doing a hustling trade, including the Chinese contingent. J. S. Hull's big new building is fast assuming shape, and when finished will contain 27 rooms. It is two storeys high and is 68x30. The married people's dance and social in the Taber school house Friday night was a successful affair. One hour was spent by tlie merrymakers "munchin,and schrun-chin the good things. R. A. VanNorman, is energetic with his force of men and expects to complete the large L. D. S. church sooner than first reix)rted. The structure will, perhaps, be ready for use about 1st of February. The war clouds that surrounded us during the holidays have cleared, and i^eace, plenty and enjoyment are with thegfxxl people of Taber. All the belligerents have shaken hands and buried the hatchet. Report says that our "Secretary-Treasurer," while at Mountain View recenty, succeeded in winning the hand of one of Mountain View's fair damsels. The report is easily credited as our fe 'ow townsman is quite a lion among the ladies. The next building of importance to be erectetl here, so rumor says, is to be a $12,(X)0 hotel, and a large mercaatib hou^e. both to be erected near the Hull addition, and just i across the street east from Milton ! L. Scott's residence. The store- i house to be owned and occupied by ' one of our busy merchants A. B. Hoaglin, It is very much regretted that' said Province; with authority also soon one of our respected citizens, to construct branches from any and wife Mr. and Mrs. Freintsin thesaid Province of Alberta; togetiier with NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that an ai)-plication will be made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Alberta, at its first session, for an act to incorporate a Railway Company under the name of The Alberta Southern Railway Company, with power to construct, operate and maintain a railway from a point in the town of Lethbridge in the said Province of Alberta, in a westerly direction to the Boundary line between the said Province and the Province of British Columbia; and from the said town of Lethbridge in a northerly direction to a point in the city of Calgary, in the said Province; and from a point in the towu of Macleod, in the said province, i n a north easterly direction to intersect the said line from Lethbridge to Calgary; and from said point of intersection in an easterly direction to the town of Medicine Hat in the I STOCKTA SALE ^ 11 H a During our Whitewear Sale from Jan. 8 to 18th inclusive, we are offering the best values in MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Ever shown in Alberta, and at the same time we are other lines of goods at Sjiecial Prices. shown cleariiiET some We Invite Inspection. wiioi esam: and retail Our Specialty is PLUMBING, STEAM and ? lOT WATER HEATING All worl< done by us is guaranteed to be firstclass Rick $f Olakely The Lethbridge Hotel w. ElstabUshed 1655 Henderson, Proprietor The largest ;ina b st i^qu'pped hotel in Southern Alkrta HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERdAL MEN WHF.N l.\ LKTIiBilDGI- STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining room and best of goods at the bar W. HENDERSON, TKOPRIETOR We handle the most complete lino of Stoves and Ranges ever shown in Lethbridge 6 DIFFEIREINT MAK With Warmins Closets $�5.00 to $7iS.OO All Heating Stoves selling regardless of cost at Vrooman^s - Hardware Probably, what will be the finest such powers of maintaining and Mr. Leigh Young, of Raymond,' residence in Alberta, has been disi^sing of the said railroad and is sijending a few days here. Mrs. commenced at Raymond by Apostle works, and such other i^weis and , Young has been here with her Taylor, who is at present in privileges as are usually given to; parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Holme, Mexico. The basement is finished railway compaiiies. for some time past. She is now but the work has not progressed L. M. Johnstone convalescent and steadily improv- further. The cost of the new ' Solicitor for the ing- hottje will be �30.000. ' Applioauta. m Houk^s New Quarters Geo. Houk is better prepare