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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Com mon Piano T Sense IK ^ There is notliin^ nicer for llie home, than ;i good Piano, There are Piiinos, ami tliere are tjood TMaiios Wlienj'on bny a piano you should know -iviiat soil of an inslniment yon are glutting. With THE BELL PLANO Yon can dei^end iipon an instniiui'iit I' tj-.c lirst quality. It's responsive touch, atrurac >f loue and dnrability are rcConunondeJ hiijliiy ly the best musicians in^Canada. j Wiu'ii you buy you buy a piano that cannot be ( x'-iUed. ( cuie ;ind in-sx^ect the instruments that '.m- hnc on duiiitioii at iSonlliard's new store. ButcKer & Pub! EDMONTON CALC.V UV LETllHinD(i TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOE ALL IvlNDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PICHE & MIRON Stocktaking Month Great Bargains iu all odd liiu^s of Groceries, Crockery and Glassware, etc. Also a big SLATGHTER 8ALE of onr stock of Gents' Furnisliiiigs, consisting of Shirts. Underv.ear, Overalls, Sweaters, Socks, (iloves, mitts, etc. These must all go at prices that will sell them this .mon'TH, as we have decided to go ont of these lines. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN Si CO LOOK INTO OUR STORE Anything you may want in the fish line can be jiro-cured here. We've got it right-quality anil price. Whitefish Halibut tSalmon Mackarel Herring Haddie Fresh Oyst;-r6 Smelts Shrimps Crabs NOTE;-We are offering choice young beei by the side or quarter at prices that you reaUy can't afford to let pass P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. 'PHONE 91. SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers &c. LETHBRIDGE A.\D CARDSTON Lethbridge OfHce, Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property \V i; Si.m.mon.s B A., Crown Pros^iuur C V Be>!-i> oxteiision lailik'cs have been pureliased for tire [)roteetioii i)ur|)Oses. Mr. Ciispeli surceeils \V. W. dates us seeret;iry treasurer of (.'.ly-ley local imprciveiiieiil itistritt. lie will lie paid .YU'O per year. Mr. W'ati.Lcli. lateof l)a\vson (."ily, lia..^ ln'i'ii a[)ioiiited aeeotiiilaiit of the ( 'kniuk.i and Ih.Li'ii l\i\"er liiTieLjaiid Devi-lupnu'iit Co. .M.'.'ru Hainl. bag^aLieiiiau at tiie ('. L'. H. dejiul here, will he transferred to a point east of hero, [iro-lialily Majile (,'reek. This means a promotion for }ilr. Uairil. C'oiistalile Fletelier left for Calgary last week, where he will remain on iluiy in the barracks for a time. He was succceiled by Con-stalile \'ine, of C'anmore. who is now iu charge of this detachment. Koilerick K. Maeleay. of the well known rancliing tinn of Ridille-i[acleay, Pekisko. returned on Friday last from an eastern trip bringing his bride with him. The britle w is Miss Norah Stnrtcvaiit. of Newport. N. V. At tlie annual meeting of the High Kiver school district D. E. Kiley. wliose teriu of ottiee hatl cv-pired. was re-elected. Dr. (1. 1). Stanley was electetl to fill the va-caucv caused by the retirement of A. l\ McDougall. K. H. Kobort-son is the other trustee. Harry Drew, who has a ranch near Brant, drove into High River oil Tuestlay evenim:. He reports tliat on .Sunday they had a severe blizzard there. On the roatl in here he saw a cow lying dead by the roadside. It had evidently been overcome by the storm. Fulton Thomson is buiklingup a reputation for himself, not only as a breeder of gootl stock, but as a ilestroyer of timber wolves. A fortnight ago he captured a huge black wolf. Last week he trapped a grey wolf on his ranch which measured (5 feet ;> inches from ti^j to tip and weighed i)U pounds. RAYMOND. Prom 'I Cii I D. F. Stevens has sold out his interest in the lirui of Stevens and Kimball to his |�irtner Kniest Kimball. At tiio btiard of trade meeting discussion was had at some length as to the best means of properly advertisintr Kayinontl and vicinity; the secretary was insiruct-etl to write the I )rserl News for rates of atlvertising with the view of inducing intending immigrants to locate here. Lewis -M. Can 111)11 is up from Salt .Lake en a simrt visit of in-s[iection. .Mr. Cannon owns some large tracts of land in this vicinity, um- I croijped to wheat and otli.'r glaiii. He professes an abidiiii;- lailli in this part of Alberti as a w heat [iro-ducing couiilry. and while his experience to dale is not [irolitaiile. lie rightly ascribes the failures where they belong, to improper preparation. TABER TALK. . .1 Iv. I elected a JtACRATH Ole Ellingson has a mine south of Magratli, of blacksmith coal which is considered as good as any in Alberta. BLAIRMORE. Froai the Times. . A suow slide at Coal Creek buried tive houses. No lives were lost. The school closed Frida.y noou antl will remain so until after the diptheria scare is over. There is an agitation now going on ill Llairmore for the building at once of a large and substantial schoolhouse. Diptheria has a[)peari.'d in tlu,' city. Three cases have been reported to the autliorities and all are nov,' (jiiarantiiietl. Jilairmore is now the only town in iht! I'ass without waterworks. The necessity of them is becoming mare apparent daily. Thursday, tiit; anniversary of l^urns. ivas duly celebiated by the Scotchmen of the l^ass. Banquets were held in both Frank and Coleman. Friday the Hon. W. H. Gushing, minister of Public Works, visitetl Frank to look over the slide and make arrangements for the wagon road across it. The expectation is thai Jesse L. Smith will go to Calgary as manager of the Experimental Farm of the Coloniz;ition Co., by which Mr. Smith is employod. At a meeting of the directors of the Kayinontr Milling Company held last Friilay it was decitled to build a mill at Magrath this summer. This is gootl news to our farmers, in fact the whole town. The next thing in order is a Bank. Then we are strictly it. The residence of Thomas Asliton came very near burning down Sunday morning. A piper ceiling caught tire from the hot stove pipe; in less than a minute the whole top of the house sr from the east, hasbeenen-gai::ed for the primary department of tlie piiblic school. A bounciim' baby boy arrived at the Carrol hoU-l h^t Tuesday. The yovii-.g landlord has strong iiiid knows how to use them. W. \\". {"Jouglas has arrived home from M'innipeg. He saw T. V'.aton's large estal)lisliinent and is now inspired (o higher aims here. Music of saws and hammers! mingled with the loud voices of the workmen can be heard all along the j Hull addititiii. as lluH's big public house, Douglas' Hew store and; other buildings go iqi. The next inqiortant building to be (>rected here is to be the Taber^ opera house and aiinisement hall.! Fas. Shirts and Robt. Workman! are the promoters. This buiding will be forty five by a hundred feet | and will be linislied during the coming spring months. As it seems imjiossible under the Taber ortliiiance to rid the district of the vast number of uiireg-ister'-d canines, a few of our crack shots are going to try and bag some of the coyotes that keej) up nocturnal warfare with the uncollared dogs of Taller. .X number of dog stars and siiii dogs have been seen ill tlie western skies of late and this should be a warning to our dogmatical overseer tiuit the dogs must go. RED FEATHER CANNED ' ^ GOODS ^ Head the procession. If yon wish for something a shade better and no more expensive th.'iii ordinary brands, ask for Red F'ather. We have Tomatoes, Corn, Binhis, early .1 une I'eas. Sifled Peas, Peaches, Pears, Rasjiberries, Clierrio| then and presented with aj lieautiful leather writing desk, fit-1 ted out with all necessary equipments. All work done by us is guaranteed to be firstclass Rick $1 lif ........._____. . >�^-^^.''���^$^$>i'ering Harvesting .Ma- (ihineiy das. Rob.'rt-son's l^aiiits Yrooman^s - Hardware laaDDamaDacmoaDaaaaaaaaadaaQaEiarin OKOTOKS. From '. I e Hcv e� Wil- Fire did slight damage to son's furniture store. Thos Fountain stole a piir of slippers from a Chinaniiin and had to serve s(iven days in gaol. In vitatations lia\'e been issued for the wedding of T. Lineham and Janet (!reighton to take place on Thursday, Feb. 1st. AN OLD TIMER THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND Just drop into my new (piartiTs and oon/ince yourself that I am up-to-da*t:e.  .  The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. HOUK ;