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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Common Sense Piano TalK There" is nothing nicer i'or the home than a 'good Piano. There are Pianos, and there are good Pianos When you buy "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 iirst quality. It's responsive touch, accuracy of tone and durability are recommended highly by the best musicians in'.Canada. you buy a BELL you buy a piano that cannot be oxcelkxl. Come and in- spect the instruments that we have on exhibition at Southard's new store. OF THIS REGION TICKS PROM THE WIRE Taken From Southern AJbetta Papers Bits of News from All Over the World. t Senator Oliurcli, dead. of Halifax, is RAYMOND. Butcher Si Publow EDMONTON CALGARY LETHBRIDG Ft on) th j To the the wife of J. 0. Haws, at Nine Mile Monday January 8th a daughter. Raymond, on Friday December 2iUh to the wife of Charles Hnhler. a daughter. At a spwhd meeting of the Town council held Jan. 8th. the particu- lar business was the appointment of Secu-tary-Treasurer to succeed Mr. Young whose resignation had been accepted. The choice fell Our barbers. Messrs Cask and Brown, have purchased a gocxl front on Mai" Street and let the contract for oiu; of the finest little. brick buildings in the district. i M. A. Fleming, former manger of the Cochrane Ranch was in town Monday. Mr. bMemitig informed i The Star that the "whole bunch1' had quite when and Mauu- sel took over the ranch. STOCKT SALE Manitoba liberals will hold a con- vention. Manitoba liotel, Portage la Prai- rie, was burned. Three men were frozen to death near Duwsou oily. President Harper, of Chicago i University, is dead. S. K. (-Join-ley, ex M. P., Col- chester, N. S., is' dead. Dominion parliament meets the second week in March. j Trailer's bank has absorbed the Metropolitan bank. Mr. Mark Spencer is having the foundatian rock hauled for his new Badgeley of Victoria Uni- residence on the, north west corner versity. Toronto, is dead, of the Tithing Square. Mr. Spoil-1 Aid. Adam Lynd, Toronto, ad- upon Mr. George H. Budd. F. B. S or will erect a handsoine dwelling having accented bribes. v v TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOK ALL KINDS Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIC HE MIRON FRED. RODNEY, PROP GOOD ACCOMMODA ROM FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND ,COLD WATER RATES A PAY ALBERTA i LOOK INTO OUR STORE Anything you may want in the fish line can be pro- cured here. We've got it and price. "Whitefish Halibut Salmon Macksrel Herring Haddie Fresh Oysters Smelts Shrimps Crabs are offering choice young beef by the side or quarter at prices that you really can't afford to let pass 'PHONE 91. Roltsoa being a close second; other applicants were George T. Wride and George II. Higgs. The annual meeting of the Board of: Trade was held January 8th. The Secretary's report showed a membership of twenty-two: that the hoard had received during the i year Total expenditure was leaving a balance on hand of SUG.75. During the meeting a O _ O committee was arpomted to ar- range an entertainment, the pro- ceeds of which should go to the Gait Hospital at Lethbridge. The boar i elected as its officers for the ensuing year. President, R. H. Mc- Dutfee; 1st Vice-Present, T. O. King; 2nd Yice-Presideiit. H. IS. Allen: Secretary-Treasurer, A. E. Moore. The consideration of a permanent water supply for the town both for domestic use and fire protection: a new and commodious post-office: a daily train and mail service: an improvement in the regulations regarding the distribu- tion of water for irrigation pur- poses; co-operation with Leth- bridge'Hoard of Trade in securing for that town a divisional point; devising means tor the support oi: the Gait Hospital in Lethbridge; a reduction in the freight and pas- senger rates on local lines: and doubtless during the year many other matters for the improvement of the town and vicinity, will be considered and worked for. Among other matters the board pro- poses to consider the coining year are the securing for our local Sugar refinery such protection as will protect them against the operations of the B. C. sugar refiners who have been during the past few weeks doing all in their power to make the manufacture oE sugar in this locality impossible. the during-the summer. During our Whitewear Sale from Jan. 8 to 18th inclusive. we are the best 'values in Ev. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR shown in Alberta, and at the clearing some other lines of Special Prices. same time we art ''oods at We Invite Inspection. After going down 161 feet the well borers on the Tabernacle Square struck water. They now have about 50 feet of the good iluid in the pipe. When it is Con- sidered that the men started about 11 feet below the surface, the depth amounts to auout 172 feet. The bridgemeu under the super- vision of Mr. William are at work driving the piles for the new foot bridge aoross Lee's Creek. It is rather a fresh job at this season of the year, but the boys are going through the ice like good fellows and getting the piles down in pretty lively order. Probably one of the hardest things to accept in the public prints is the absconding of R. O. Mathe- son of the Raymond Chronicle. Mr. Matheson was also Secretary for the town of Raymond and it is said that his accounts are shy. We cannot account for this in any way. Rod was always a ood of the The moral element won the Vancouver municipal elections. C. T. Ritchie, late Chancellor of the British Exchequer, is dead. F. Peters. K. C., Vancouver, may be appointed governor of B. C. damage was done to the Windsor hotel. Montreal, by fire. R. T. Rilev. Winnipeg, was mar- ried 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 Brant ford. AVinuipeg is likely to be given another member in the Manitoba Legislature. The West Hotel, at Minneapolis, was destroyed by fire.. Eight per- sons lost their lives. Three Galicians were fatally poisoned by methyl alcohol pur- chased at Invermary. Man. The Toronto News estimates that Cbc Bcttley Dd SIMMONS BENNETT Barristers LETticRiuGB AND'CARDSTON Lethbridge Office, Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property CJ. :JJJMONS. 3.A., 0 V BENXETT, B. A. Building Material We csn supply you with Sashes and and Door Frames; and'Mouse Fittings. 'FINISHED LUMBER TURN INGS OF ALL-KINDS Clear and common lumber on hand Quotations given on application CRANBROOK Sash ft- Door Factory CRANBROOrC. B C. PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to rnee' the popular demand of the the district. FRED HOPKINS, PROP it is almost incredible that lie j three million dollars are spent an- should have lifted funds not belong-1 nuully in that city on liquor, ing to hi m. The evidence a ml his j W. E. Knowles, barrister, Moose- recent flight proves very conclns- jaw? is the liberal candidate for the bye-election in West Assiniboia. Ban well, the bank clerk who stole from the Crown Bank. ively that he did. Matheson is one of the cleverc-st new-paper men iu the west and it is too bad that he has thus besmirched the good name he othei wise had. TABER TALK. the Our Specialty is PLUMBING, STEAM and IOT WATER HEATING All work jone by us is guaranteed to be firstclass BRIGHT and SPARKLING Wines (or the elaborate banquet or the simplr: family reps-t can be ordered from us v'fth certainly thit the quality be hrgh the piics Oar F.jrefen and Domestic Wines ire fiom ibs tiest growers broail and at h'-ra-. are. a few of the iierr.s: Im- oortert Mnet and Chas-