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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Common Sense Piano TalK There is nothing nicer for the home than n good Piano. There are Pianos, and there are good Pianos When you buy a piano you should know what sort, of an instrument yon are getting. With THEJjBE L LJ> IAN O You can depend upon an instrument of the first quality. It's rosjionsivo touch, accuracy of tone and durability are recommended highly by the best musicians in]Canada. 1 When you buy a Btil.i. you buy a piano that cannot be excelled. Come and inspect the instruments that we have on exhibition at Southard's new store. NOTICE. NEWS OF THIS REGION * Taken From Southern Albetta Papers BLA1RM0RE. RAYMOND. Butcher &� Publow EDMONTON CALOAKY LKTIIBKIDO KtiMlt tl'L' T'lTH'X Ilillcrest now s telephone co uection with oilier l'a.-s (owns. � A, V. Lang h:is 1 it en elected II school trustee in the Frank school i district. ; T. .linkins, who had his back broke some time ago in the Lille i mine, is dead. j Thomas F raver was elected I school trustee at the annual elections held for that purjiosc here 0,1 Monday. I At the annual school meeting, held in Coleman lust Wednesday. Rev. K. A. Robinson was re-elected a trustee. Work on the opera house is being pushed rapidly along and when completed will In th 1 TELEPHONE NO. 1 - FOR ALL KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON jepnt can be nrdrfrfd Iroin us with 1 litnc&lic Wmts are (.-a'lirred from the bet growers abroad and at hrm?. These are a few of the Interesting llercs: Imported Cnampacoe, Moet and Chnn-ilon, l'omery Sec , Murrrn'* Kxtra Dry. m. eiTroy Wliolesile Dealer In V/lNF.y. LIQUORS ��J CIGARS I'liunc v.. I.rth^rldi!!1, A1U the cosiest hall in The 1W Albert !. MeKeii/ie. wiin lias ong been associate*! witli tlie " 11" this place, has meat market at taken over the butcher business ot Herrin A- Ilanlinan at Coleman. A night r.cho >1 is the |ate-t thing started at Frank. It opened last Thursday evening in temporary 1 quarters ami is conducted \>y Hon. lv ('. Keith, forinerlv of Tacoina. Wash. (toorgc Austin, of C/irdston. who was in Bl.iinnore last week, left Sunday morning for Michel where lie will purchase several teams of horses for Wolf A (.0., of wliicli ttrm he is a member, and take them to their ranch near C'ardston. (ieoige White with a nam? of men and teams came up from Mac-leal Saturday and this week they started to take out ten carloads of rails, posts and house logs to be used at and in country adjacent to Macleal. Coleman last Monday morning had a narrow escape from a serious fire. 111 the cottage annex of the Pacific hotel one of the boarders, who roomed there, moved Ins lied against a h'>t stove pipe and that way. Fire broke out and but for the timely arrival of help would soon have been beyond control and have canst d another biu fire in Coleman. The damage done how-ever was slight, consisting prinei- ; pally of bedding and damage 1 wall s 1 Inlworth Wool ley. who rules boundary line and keeps the I idled States on their own s'de. came into town for a brief visit 1 it week He reports feed \ery peor across the line and mmh suffering anion;.: the cattle. ar at a given date, Imt at thai time was 111 prison for the petty offence. As soon as that term was completed, having been sentenced, he immediately began the second one of the years. Mrs. I'owel IN welson took her daughter ' 'elli to 'he (ialt hospital on Tuesday. The yoiim,' lady's condition is unfortunately such that she may ha\e to remain for a time. horn to .Ian. the wile dau;. 1 ran I' T. liter. The I lommioi! Hank wili open a branch in Cal^iny. making P2 banks in that city. Aliens Andrews, a rancher from Nanton. is m the Cal.rary hospital sutl'ering from appendicitis. Notice is hereby given that an application will be made to the Legislate  Assembly of the Province of Ali :1a, at its first sessjon, for an act to incorporate a Hailway Company under the mime of The Alberta Southern Railway Comically, with power to construct, ojicr-ale 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 Lelh-bridge in a northerly direction to a point in the city of Calgary, in the said Province; and from a point in the town of Maeleod, in the said province, i 11 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 Mat in the said Province; with authority also to construct branches from any point on the proposed lines not exceeding in any one case thirty miles in length, with |k>wer to construct, own and operate telegraph and telephone lines, roadways, tramways and roads; mil with power to connect with any other railroads at any of the said |>oints in thesaid | Province of Alberta; together wi such powers of maintaining ami dis|k)sing of the saiil railroad and works, and such other powers and privileges as are usually given to railway companies. L. M. .lohnstone Solicitor for the Applicants. �(*XS)ort is in circulation to the effect that Tuber is soon to have a printing press, with editorand fust and second devil attachments. Wo are plenBcd ts know that Raymond is to have a new opera horse but it is entirely unnecessary to send to Winnipeg for wigs, costumes, make-ups etc, as we can furnish all the material right here at Tuber. To Save Watch ^Rc�airs \ 1 'ii should have one of our Never-Break chains. From 20 cents and Upward Satisfaction Guaranteed Wm. C. Liphardt Succcitor 10 A. Jeweler Zillut Optician NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the town of Lethbridge will, at the first Session of the Legislative Assembly, for the Province of Alberta apply for an t >rdinance incorporating it as a city, with all [lowers necessary ami incidental thereto; and to ratify and confirm certain I)obouturcs issued in pursuance of By-law No. 17 of the said town, and also to ratify and confirm Bylaw No. liKl of the said town, and a certain agreement entered into thereunder with certain^ Railway ('ompanies. Dated this .">th day of Junuurv. A. 1>. P.HH'i. Conybeare 1 ves. Solicitors for the town of Lethbridge. NOTICE Notice if. hereby given that application will be made at the tfrst soMon of the Legislate Assembly of the province of Alberta, for an 1 iitimaiice incorpoiatiiig "The F.m-pne Club" for the pur 1 lose of establishing a C lub in the Town of Letlli'lidge for social purposes will; the usual |x>wers incidental 1 |'e 1 o. I lA'l'Ll) this loth day of .lanua- \ 111 'i i CN Y BF.AKF. ..TU, *.**�*' I'1 it'ii in j y be h*>iu ' n �-mm c hfU'l of a faiull 1 vt thi- 1 xt 1.1 lti�i aiTt-'H. Mlt'r�' "T ir Uutjiini.,,1 liu. S 'hi� iu h w.tij �ntfi atl 'li i''1' if � vt-*l 1 �>' .- IU \ f I ->'�. �> 1 In tt hi .in� mi i'' o *� r I�� vr.ti n ; u i- ij'url' r "-v-c I 11 , � the l t ill H'llh.'1. t An electric railway may bi� built J from Lncombe west to lientley. .in ii'- 11 -. : . iih, �;t-ti-r r: � " i�� t J- r iu*r "f I'n'i'i^ratL n t/r tLc ocii m ice-- vc a .' 1 c '. � in in. t t \ fct h I fli. The In 1111 H'i tliicl ifi 1 (..(iili . )>tnt and culllv j'l j 1 �.I : [..- ! .u..1 .ii c id. . .ii f'm lUrvv \  tit a J. If Hi Ta'h 1 . 1 Mtf.-r, if the fiiti.'i iU*"caMii uf uii h iitv uail.i 1 nUlt'm ii|nui ,1 fill hi iti tl 10 MCI' 111 ' 11' lain! * n � vil Un i(i-: 1 i'I ilirn.t 11; h ,11 l it inUm f ma t>.' hjii htivti Uv but 11 i-r 11 nti 11 *ilditi(: who 1 iii rauier 01 Ill^tJlt'l a It lhe � \*ult*r has M 1 fiwritrnlr Hldirnco 'ipuii farming lar.d iwucd l�y liliii in Ui.>t '�no- upm* 1 the hal: land. j Six inou �**' 1.' llf.c in wiping ^hoiiiu be uivon j tu the CuimiilHhionci of Uoininlon l.anUu at 1 Ottactween Canada and i the I'nited suites of America, at u [*>inl del ween t'outtrt and the easterly l�ouiiilary of the Province of Alherta, lo intersect the (.'row's Nest liranch of the Canadian 1'a-eitic Kailway Company's lines at or near Talier. and from thence northerly to a point in or near the city of Kdnionton, with power to' construct, maintain and operate' other or branch lines from tin;' railway above described, westerly, to a point in or near the city of Calvary, and from the said railway westerly to the town of Lethbridge. and from tin- said railway easterly to the town of Medicine Hut, and from the said railway easterly or north-easterly to the boundary line lnjtween the province of Alberts and the province of Saskatchewan, and with power to construct other branch lines, not to excel*! in length in any one instance forty miles, together with the jkjw-er of connecting with other Kail-ways at any of the said {joints and of maintaining and disusing of the said Kailway and works and with power to construct, own and operate telegraph and telephone lines, roadways, tramways anil roads, and with such other powers as are usually given to Kailway companies. L. M. Johnstone Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitor for Applicants. w. UstnblWhed 1�B5 Henderson, Proprietor The largest and best equipped hotel in Southern Alberta II1:A1)(II AU 1 KKS l-'OK COM M KUl IA L MKN �S3 WIIKN IX I.HTHB IDG!" STOP AT THi: BALMORAL HOTEL Neat romos, fine dining room and best of goods at the bar W. UKNDI-RSoN. PKOPKM-TOK We handle the most complete line of Stoves and Kanges ever shown iu Lethbridge e DIFFERENT MAKES With Warminu Closets $;*5.(>(> to $73.00 All Heating Stoves selling regardless of i;ost at Vrooman's - Hardware ????????? ? James M tcdonah ARCHITECT Southard Block, Kcdpath Street. LHTHnUljAiK, ALTA. WALi-ACi: & IIASKLTON Barber Shop and Pool Koom Best ot Cigars, Smoking Tobacco j Pipes and Smokers' Sundries j AN OLD TIMER ---------WITH TIIK---------------- OLD BRANDS OF LIQl'OKS AND CUIAHS IN A NEW STAND ^ .lust drop into my new quarters and con.iniv yourself that I am up-to-date. The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK IS hri^rinprtnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn; TOTSs�TMr�w^i�i>.rM[�|a|�Tiiiui�iaiiiag 01 ;