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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Common Sense Piano TalK There is nothiiif; nicer for the home than a gootl Piano. There are Pianos, and there are good Pianos. When you buy a piano yon should luiow what sort of an instriiment you are getting. With THEJBELX^PIANO You can dejjend upon an instrument of tlie first quah'ty. It's responsive lonch, accuracy of tone and durability are recouun(MuI�l highly by the best musicians in'Canada.i When yon buy a Bei.l you buy a piano that cannot ho excelled. Come and in-sjxict the instruments that we have on exhibition at Southanl's new store. Butcher & Publow EDMONTON - CALGAKY - LETHBRIDGE 3 1 TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOR ALL KFNDS OF - Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. | PICHE & MIRON FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODA HON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA V ^^^^^^^^^^^ . . - -^. .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^T LOOK INTO OUR STORE " Anything you may want in the fish line can be pro-curefl here. We've got it right-qualify and price. Whitefish Halibut Salmon Mackerel Herring HacWie Fresh Oysters 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 & CO., Ltd. 'PHONE 91. SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers &c. LETHBUIDGE AND CARD3TON Lethbridge Office, Southard Block Aloney to Lend on Town and Farm Property (; V �He.nxett B. a. Building Material We csn supply you with Sashes and Doors,\Window and Door Frames; Office, Bank and House Fittings. FINISHED LUMBER & TURN INGS OF^ALL KINDS I. lear and common lumber on hand Quotations promptly given on apiJication CRANBROOK Sash & Door Factorj CRANBROOK, B C. PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER.THREE This market is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the district. FRED HOPKINS. 4> PROP. C. B. BOWMAN Real Estate and Insurance Agent MONEY TO LOAN .Marriage Licenses Issued OFFICE: FIRE HALL ADD'N W��t of Post Office BRIGHT and SPARnLING Wines for the elaborate banquet oi the simple family repast can be ordered from ua with the certainty tbal tbe quality will be bigb and the ptica moderate. Our Fjreign and Domestic Wines are ga'.hcred from the be�.t growers abroad and at hr.m5. These are a few of the interesting items: Imported Cbampaeop, Moet and Chan-d3D, Pomery Sec, Mutim's Extra Dry. m: eiTIrov Wholesale Dealer in V/INi>-. LIQUORS a�d CIGARS �Phoiic Vi. Lelhbrldge, Alta. Geonge R o g e rs LUMBER The Old Reliable Yanl North of Freight Shed, Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices YARDS AT- LETHBRIDGE. RAYMOND. STIRUNG. TABOR, It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buying Elsewhere. NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern AJberta Papers BLAIRMORE. Ffom the Times Hillcn^st now lias ti'li'ijlioiic fun-iioctioii with otluM- I'ass towns. A, ^'. Lanjjj lias 1h on okH'tctl n school tnisliv ill tht> Frank st'liool district. T. Jiukins, who had his Imck broke some time aiio in the Ijille mine, is tlead. Thonias Frayer was elected school trustee at the annual elections held for tliat pur^wse here on Monday. At the aiiiuuil school meeting, heki in Coleman last Wetiiiesday, Kev. E. A. liobiuson was re-elected a trustee. Work on tlu' opera house is be-iuii pushed rapully along and when completed will be the cosiest hall in The Pass. Albert J. McKen/.ie. who has long been associated with the ��U" meat market at this place, has taken over the butcher lni.-;iiiebs of Herrin & Hnrdniau at C'olemati. A night school is tlie latest thing startetl at Frank. Tt opened last Thursday evening in temporary (piarters and is conducted by Hon. E. V. Keith, formerlv of 'J'acoina. Wash. George Austin, of C'ardston, who was in Blainnore last week, left Sunday luoniing for Michel where he will purchase several teams of horses for Wolf & Co., of which firm he is a member, and take them to their ranch near Cardston. (Tcorge White with a gang of men and teams came up from Mac-leod 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 escajx^ from a serious fire. In the cottage annex of the Pacific hotel one of the boarders, who roomed there, moved ids betl against a hot stove pipe and left it that way. Fire broke out and but for the timely arrival of he!]) would soon have been beyond control and have caused another big fire in Coleman. The damage done however was slight, consisting principally of bedding and tlamagecl %vaUs RAYMOND. Pi iMii n - C h uh if i � Dilworth Wuolley. who rides the boundary line and keeps the I iiiled States on their own side, came into town fora brief visit lust week. He rejmrts feed very poor across the line and nuuli suffering among the cattle. One of the Indians, Wolfhead who was sentenced from here for stealing turkeys, has Ix'i n convicted on a more serious charge, that of cattle ste.-iling. Tie was uiiiier bonds to appear a.t a given date, Imt at that time was iu [irison for the petty offence. As siion as that term was completed, having been sentenced, he iuiinediateiy began the second one of ti\e years. Mrs. Powel ruwelsoii took her daugliter ''ella to tlie (Jalt hos\)ital on Tuesday. The younLX lady's condition is unfortunately such that she may have to remain for a time. Bom to the wife of Frank T. Holt, Jan. 1.'), a dau.ehier. The Dominion Bank will open a branch in Calgary, making 12 banks in that city. Angus Andrev.-s. a rancher from Nanton, is in the Calgary hospital suffering from appeiulicitis. Cjty^akery OPPOSITE FIRE HALL Reed & Co. ^ Props. CARDSTON. We have in stock a large tpiantity of CADBURY'S GOODS direct from the Old Country, which we are selling at very incderate prices. We also cai-ry a Complete Una of : : : CONFECTIONERY A Trial So icited From the Sta;' Eayuiond is figui-ingon the building of a first class Opera Honsi'. Photographer Scott was married to Miss AVinnie Thomas, of Butte, Montana. The first carload of dressed stone for the new depot at Lethbridge left Cardston last Friday. Men of means arc even now considering the advisability of putting up a beet sugar factory at Cardston. George Olson of Kimball has purchased the residence of WiHard McLaughlin and is now living in town. Messrs Steed and Shefiield, j employees of the Alberta Lumber i Company',came in from Kimliall ou Monday. They have finished two very neat residences at that ijoint, j one for Dan Thompson and the other for DeWilton Card. They have other prospects in sight for more buildings at Kimball. We must acknowledge our defeat. It is galling to have to do so but there is no alternative. We fought a good fight but Marse Pilling has done us all to pieces. The presence in his familyof a fine 11 pound baby-boy which arrived last Sunday morning puts us back yonder in the shade. We shall have to bide our time before we rise again. TABEH TALK. To Save You should have one of our Never-Break chains. From 20 cents and Upward Satisfaction Guaranteed Wm. C. Liphardt Successor to A. Zlllia.x Jeweler - Optician (Prom the Herald Kepresentatlve ) No bad blood existing here now; probably there will be some though as there is some more talk in regard to moving th the M'lil.Htcr of the 'nierlcr Ottawa, the Cnmmissictner of Imrnlgratlon Winnipeg, or the local aKent receive authority' for Home oue to inaku^ en'ry for him. The hoincatt aUer Ih rcqtiiied to perfonti the ccndttlonh coieected therewith tiiidcr ore oT the followlDg plana.,; 1. AtleaHt H X rnonthh' n.'^ldfnco upon and cniavallun Province of Alb rt.i, at its first session, for an act to incorporate a Railway t\3inpany under the name of Th(> Alberta Southern Railway Com-imiiy, with power to construct, ojxiir-ate and maintain a railway from a point in the town of Lethliridge in the said Province of AUierta, in a westerly direction totlu> Boundary liiu> between the said Province and the Province of British Columbia; and from the said town of Letli-britlgc in a northerly direction to a point ill the city of (\ilgjiry. in the said I'rovinei'; and from a point in the town of Alacleod. in the said province, i n a north easterly direction, to iiitersecl the said liiu> from Lethbriilge to Calgary; ami from saill point of intersection in an easterly direction to the town of Medicine Hat in the said Province; with autliority also to construct branches from any point on the proposed lines not ex-ctvding in any one case thirty miles in length, with jxjwer to const riu^t, own aiitl operati! telegraph and telephone lines, roadways, tramways and roads; lud with power to c.onnect with any other railroads at .�my of the said points in tliesaid J'rovince of Alberta; together with such powers of maintaining antl ilisposing t)f the said railroad and works, aiul such otlier powers and privileges as are usually given to railway comiHUiies. L. M. Johnstone Solicitor for the Applicants. 1 RED FEATHER CANNED ^ GOODS ^ Head the iirocession. If you wish for something a shade Ijetter and no more e.xpeiisiA'e than ordinary brands, ask for Retl Feather. We have Tomatoes, Corn, Bi>aiis, early June Peas, Sifted Peas, Peaches, Pears, Raspberries, Cherries and Salmon------------------------------- Telephone 33 Prompt Delivery 0)e Benikv Co y, Di WllOLESALiil AND RETAIL 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 Onliuance incorporating it as a city, with all powers necessary and incidental thereto; and to ratify and contiriii ct^rtain DelHMitures issued in pursuance of By-law No. 17(5 of the said town, and also to ratify and confirm Bylaw No. :20;3 of the said towni, and a certain agrv'emeiit entered into thereunder with certain^ Railway Companies. Dated this .3th tiay of January, A. D. lilUI). Conybitare Ar Ives. Solicitors for thetowni of Lethbridge. OX)TOlCXOIom)TOIOTOIO�^^ Our Specialty is PLUMBING, STEAM and J lOT WATER HEATING All work done by us is guaranteed to be firstclass NOTICE Notice is hereby given that ap-plica t ion wi 11 lie made at the ffrst session of the Legislative Assembly of the province of Allierta, for an Ordinance incorporating'-The Empire Club" for the purpose of es-tablisliing a Club in the Town of j Lethbridge for social purposes with the usual lowers incidental thereto. DATED this l-Uh day of January. litlK). CONYBEARE & IVES, Solicitors for Applicants. Rick $f Olafcely NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that an application will be made to the Legis ative Assembly for the Province of Alberta, at the first session thereof, for an act to incorporate the Montana, Taber and Edmonton Railway Company, with power to construct, operate and maintain a railway from the international boundary line between Canada and the United States of America, at a point between Coutts and the easterly boundary of the Province of Alberta, to intersect the Crow's Nest Branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company's lines at or near Taber, and from thence northerly to a jxiint in or near the city of Edmonton, with iX)wer to construct, maintain and o^jerate other or branch lines from the railway above described, westerly to a point in or near the city of Calgary, and from the said railway westerly to the lo\T of Lethbridge. and from the said railway easterly to the town of Medicine Hat, and from the said railway easterly or north-easterly to the boundary line between the province of Alberta and the province of Saskatchewan, and with power to construct other branch lines, not to exceed in length in any one instance forty miles, together with the power of connecting with other Railways at any of the said points and of maintaining anddisixjsingof the said Railway and wor.ks and with ix)wer to construct, own and operate telegraph and telephone lines, roadways, tramways and roads, and with such other ix>wers as are usually given to Railway comimnies. L. M. Johnstone Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitor for Ai^plicants. TKe Lethbridg'e Hotel Established 1S85 W. Henderson, Proprietor The largest and bi^st equipped hote in Southern Alberta HEADOUARTEHS FOR COMMERCIAL ME^ mmmmmm^miimmmmMammmamsmmmBammm mm WHHN IN' LHTIIB IDC STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat romos, fine dining room and best of goods at the bar W. HENDERSON, IMJOPRIETOR We handle the most comphite line of Stoves and Ranges ever shown in Lethbridge e DIFFEREIN-r MAK With Warming Closels $a5.00 to $75.00 All Heating Stoves selling reganlless of cost at Vrooman^s - Hardware ?????????????????????????????????????????a James Macdonait ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Street. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, WALLACE & HASELTON Barber Shop and Pool Room Best of Cigars, Smoking Tobacco Pipes and Smoker*' Sundries AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CI(iiV;RS IN A % NEW ST AND ^ Just drop into my new quarters and con /ince yourself that I am up-to-date.  .  The cliumest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GBO. HOUK innn'paQDDnHD maano ;