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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 are Pianon, anil there are good Pianos When you buy a piano you should know what sort of an instrument you are getting. With J^E^JELL PiANO You can depend upon an instrument of the first quality. It's responsive touch, accuracy of tone and durability are recommended highly by the bi>st musicians in^Caiinda. Winn you buy a liui.i. you buy a piano that eannot he excell-d. Come and in-sjH'ct tlie instruments thai we have on exhibition at Southard's new store. Butcher & Publow EDMONTON C'ALliAHY LETIIBHlDlil -FOR ALL KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. r PIC HE & MIRON Anything you may want in the fish line can 1h cured here. We've got it right--quality and Whitefish Halibut Mack.-rel Herring Fresh Oyst rs Smelts Shrimps pro-price. Salmon Haddie Crabs NOTE We arc ottering choice young beef by the fide or quarter at prices that you really can't afford to let pass P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. PHONE 91 SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers &c. LKTUimiUOK AND CAUDSTON Lethbridge OlUce, Southard Mock Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property W u JUVuNrt l.CN >BTT Building-Material We can supply you with Sashes and Doors. Window and Door Frames; Office, Bank and House Fittings. FINISHED LUMBER & Tl'KX INUS OF ALL KINDS Clear and common lumber on hand Quotations promptly given on application CRANlSItOOK Sash & Door Factory UtANBHOOK, B 0 PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the district. FRED HOPKINS. PROP C. B. BOWMAN Ileal Estate and Insurance Agent MONEY TO LOAN Marriage Licenses Issued OFFICE: FIRE HALL ADD'N Wtat of Pout Office NE"Ws OF THIS RAYMOND. j To the the wife of J. O. Haws, fit Nine Mill- Monday .Inmnry Sth a. daughter. I i Horn: In Raymond, on Friday December 2i'th to tiio wife of Charles lluhlcr. a daughter. j At a sptvi.d meeting of the Town council held .lan Sth. the 'virtiou-liir business was the appointment of Secretary-Treasurer to succeed Mr. Young whoso resignation had been accepted. The choice fell upon Mr. Oeorge II. Mudd. F. IV Rolfsoti being a close second; the other applicants were (ieorge T. W'rideiind Oeorge 11. Higgs. 1 The annual nioetitu_'f the Hoard of Traoiiittd to arrange an entertainment, the pro-teeds of which should go to the Halt Hospital at Lethbriiige. The boar I elected as its officers for the rt of the Unit Hospital in Lethbridgi a reduction in the freight and passenger rates on local lines: and doubtless during the year many other matters for the improvement of the town and vicinity, will b� considered and worked for. Ainonu other matters the I ward proposes to consider the coming year are the securing for our local Sugar refinery such protection as will protect them against the operations of the H. (_'. sugar refiners who have been during the ]sast few weeks doing all in their power to make the manufacture of sugar in this locality impossible. Taken Frcm Southern Albetta Papers Our barbers. Messrs Cask and Brown, have purchased a good front on Mai - Street and let the contract for one of the finest little brick buildings in the district. M. A. Fleming, former manger of the Cochrane Ranch was in town Monday. Mr. Fleming informed The Star that the "whole bunch" had unite when Cowdry and Maun-scl took over the ranch. Mr. Mark Spencer is having the foundatian rock hauled for his new-residence" on the north west corner of the Tithing Square. Mr. Speller will erect a handsome dwelling during the summer. After going down Hil feet the well borers on the Tabernacle Square struck water. The\ now have about .">!> feet of the goinl fluid in the pipe. When it is 'on-stdered that the men started about 11 feet below the surface, tlie lepth amounts to anout 172 feet. The bridgeinen under the supervision of Mr William Wolsey. are at work driving the piles for i'm-new foot bridge aoross Lee's Creek. It is rather a fresh job at this season of the year, but the K>ys are going through the ice like good fellows and getting the piles down in pretty lively order. TICKS PROM THE WIRE Bits of News from All Over the World. (Si @ of Halifax, is Probably one of the hardest things to accept in the public prints is the absconding of K. O Mathe-son of the Raymond Chronicle. Mr. Matheson was also Secretary for the town of Haymond and it is said that his accounts an* S2.tKHI.no shy. We cannot account for this in any way. Hod was always a I good fellow one of the boys anil \ it is almost incredible that he: should have lifted funds not hel ng- j ing to him. The evidence ami los j recent flight proves very conclus-1 jvoly that ho did. Matheson is J one of the cleverest nowpnper men J in the west and it is text bail that he | has thus Itesiiiirchiil the good name he othei wise had. S 'iiatof Church, dead. Mnnitolia liberals will hold a eon-( volition. Manitoba hotel. Portage la Prairie, was burned. Three men worn frozen to death near Dawson oily. President Harper, of Chicago I'niversity. is dead. S. lv (lourley. ex M P.. Colchester. N. S., is dead. Dominion 'vivliiimeiit meets the second week in March. T .e Trader's bank has absorbed the Metro'xilitan bank. Prof. Badgoloy of Victoria I'niversity, Toronto, is dead. Aid. Adam Lynd. Toronto, admits having accepted bribes. The moral clement won (ho Vancouver municipal elections. C. T. Ritchie, late Chancellor of the British Exchequer, is dead. F. Peters. K. C. Vancouver, may he ap|K)iiitcd governor of B. C. 1 SUKl.UOO damage was done to the , Windsor hotel. Montreal, by fire. \{. T. Rilev. Winnipeg, was married to Mrs. Sinclair. New York. Premier Laurierwill be banquet-ted at Toronto by Ontario liberals. Kddie Doyle, a well known eastern lacrosse player, is dead at Brant ford. Winnipeg is likely to he given another member in the Manitoba Legislature. The West Hotel, at Minneapolis, was destroyed by lire. Fight persons lost their lives. Three (laliciaiis were fatally (Miisoncd by methyl alcohol purchased at Inverinary. Man. The Toronto News estimates that three million dollars arc spent annually in that �  ity on liquor. STOCKTAKING SALE *P ^ During our Whitewear Sale from Jan. 8 to iNth inclusive, we are offering the best values in MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Ever shown in Alberta, anil at the same time wo are clearing some other lines of goods at S*>ecial Prices. We Invite Inspection. the Bettlley Co'y, Dd WIIOI.KSAI.K AM) KLTAlL r Our Specialty is It PLUMBING, STEAM and II it \V. i'.. Kliowles. aw. is the liberal TABER TALK. for BRIGHT and SPARKLING W'-n** fir the elaborate taftiwi'iet ot ih?� �lin-'l" fartj'iy reput can be >fli* rrroitu'y thut ibe i|ui!l(r w I I he h'gfc an-' the pi lc* mcxlpr jte Oj. K fflcn aixl [lomollc Wine* ne pa itf�ilijlt'4ale I)t*uler In WlNi.:- LIQUORS CIGARS Pnoiu- 'p.. I.tih'irliliic. Alia George Rogers LUMBER Tin Old Reliable Yard North Freight Shed. of Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices --YARDS AT--- LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING, TABOR, ^ It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buyug Elsewhere. MACK ATI! (ieonji.' Birch leaves short lv Taber. John Bridge has been i leeied town overseer. The infant son of Hiclianl Brad-shaw diiKl last week. Born: -To .Mrs. Perry a son. to M*-s. Parley Carter a son. and to Mrs. Roy Decker a daughter. Mr. Ji'sse Smith left recently for I'tah i>oiiits toencouraye iinmi-uration to the Irrigation districts of Alberta. Mr. oets to complete the large \j. D. S. church sooner than first re|iorted. The structure will, perhaps, be ready for use about 1st of February. The war clouds that surrounded us during the holidays have |>eaeo, plenty and barrister. Moose-candidate for the j bye-election in West Assinilxmi. i'anwell. the 1 auk clerk who stole s-jii.imki from the Crown Bank. Toronto, lias been arrested in Jamaica. I hleiiheiin.Oiit.. ministers refused to bury a young man on Sun-day and a layman had to conduct the services. I 111 -|fi municipalities in Ontario local option win, adopted on New Year's day. I hilars will be put nut of liUS.lleSS. Priuci*>al Peterson of McUill I'niversity. may mieeeitl the late Dr- Ilar*mt as president of Chicago I'niversity. (i. K. McCrnncy. Rosthern. is the Liberal candidate for the Com-mens in Saskatchewan, vacated by the resignation of Hon. J. U. La-inont. Former Premier Balfour has la-en 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 County Loan and Savings Co.. Toronto, has been arrested, charged with falsifying returns sent to the government. During a big wind a CNR. freight car standing on the siding at (ilenella was blown on to the main Line and weiit:i2 miles before coining to a standstill at Neepawa Junction. The cur went through Gladstone ut a high rate of speed, giving some of the inhabitants (liiitea scare as it went dashing by. IIOT WATER HEATING All work done by us is guaranteed to be firstclass * Rick $f Klakely * HBS29EB3SEBH The LetHbridg'e Hotel cleared, and enjoyment are with the good people of Tidier. All the lielligoroiits have shaken hands and buried t he hatchet. Rejiort says that our "Secretary-Treasurer," while at Mountain Yiew recenty. succewled in winning the hand of one of Mountain Yiew's fair damsels. The rejiort is easily credited as our fel'ow townsman is quite a lion among the ladies. The next building of importance to be erected here, so rumor says, is to be a S12,tKMJ hotel, and u large inereiitil- houn. both to bo erect- j ed near the Hull addition, and just , across the street east from M'lton' 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 soon one of our respected citizens, and wife Mr. and Mrs. Fred, Douglas will quit Taber, and go to Cranbrook, H. C , where they intend making their future homo. The good wishes of every poison hen; goes with them. Success attend them. train on or before the next. 1st of March NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that an application will lie made to the Leg. islative Assembly of the Province of Alberta, at its first session, for an net to incorporate a Railwuy Company under the name of The Alberta Southern Railway Com-puny, 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 thu 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 tow,; of Mitcleod, in the said province, i u 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 said Province; with authority also to construct branches from any jxjiut on the proposed lines not exceeding in any one case thirty miles in length, with power to con-struct, own and operate telegraph and telephone lines, roadways, tramways and ro .ds; .ud with jiowor to connect with any other railroads at any of the said points in the w. tsiciblishcd 1885 Henderson, Proprietor The largest and b st rqirppcd hotel in Southern A1L\ rta hi: adqiaim i:ks i()r commercial mln WIIKN IN LhTMBMDGK stop AT TilL BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining room and best of goods at the bar w. im;m)i;rson, i>i:oi>kii:tou and Ranges We handle the most complete line of Stoves ever shown in Lethbridge B DIFFERENT MAKES With Wanning Closets $;�n.00 to $75.00 All Heating Stoves selling regardless of uost at Vrooman's - Hardware ?????????nnnnnnnanpnnrmnnn Mr. Leigh Young, of Raymond,' residence 'in Alberta, has been is spending a few daj'B here. Mrs. commenced at Raymond by Apostle \oung has been here with her Taylor, who is at present in parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Holme, Mexico. The basement is finished for some time past. She is now but the work has not progresse 1 convalescent and steadily improv- f,rther. The cost of the new ' in8* home will be *30,000. said Province of Alberta; together with Probably, what will be the finest such powers of maintaining and ' ' disjiosiiig of the said railroad and works, and such other jKiwers and privileges as are usually given to railway companies. L. M. Johnstone Solicitor for the !I"I�l!!M�L'�Iilir^i7i�[MTiliiTl?ilil ----lal Houk's New Quarters (ieo. Houk is belter preimred than ever to eater to his growing trade at his new slan>! in the old Dry (ioods Ivnpuriuni. fnrmeily oe-upied by (J. II. Johnston. : : : : : Nothing but the purest brands of C'K'iARS, LIQUORS and WINES kept on hand. : HOUK Applicants. nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnDonorjODB SHE ?onnoarjn HHi ;