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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta nimdn Piano There is nothing nicer for the home than a good Piano. There are and there are good Pianos. AYheu you.btiy a piano you should know what sort of an instrument you are getting. With THE I BE! Butcher EDMONTON the first tone and the best Bicu, you and in- vhibiUon at NEWS OF THIS REG3ON Taken From Southern Alberta Papers. HIGH RIVER. RAYMOND. You can depend upon an instrument quality. It's responsive touch, accurar durability are recommended highly musicians iifCanada.1 When you buy buy a piano that cannot be excelled, (erne spect the instruments i hat '.ve. on Southard's new store. Fsom the Times Heslip. Kelly it Young paid for '20 feet frontage Kail- way st. The school roll reveals t'ne inter- estin fact that 20S pupils are on That's going some! Twenty lire extinguishers, four buckets and three extension ladders have been purchased for iire protection purposes. _Mr. Caspell succc-i'ds W. CJates as secretary treasurer of Cay- ley local improvement district, lie will be paid per year. Mr. Waiih. late of Dawson City. TABER TALK. Ffoin Oh D. F. Stevens has sold out his interest in the linn of Stevens and Kimball to his Kimball. At the board of trade meeting discussion was had at some length as to the best means of properly advertising Haymond and vicinity; the secretary was instruct- ed to write the Desert News for rates of advertising with the view of inducing intending immigrants to locate hen1. Lewis M. Cannon is up from Salt Lake on a short visit of in- spection. -Mr. Cannon owns some has been appointed accountant of j large tracts of land in this vicinity, the Ukotokd and High River Lum-j cropped io wheat and other giain. S. fl. Layton lias been elected a school tnisk'o.. Each Sabbath the Latter Day Saint's church is open to all. Some of our farmers are prepar- ing to disc their hinds for spring planting. Rev. Shearer preaches eyery Sunday at. tho church. A welcome to all. At a ratepayer's mei-tiug SoOO j was voted towards adding another room to the'public school. 1 M Last Thursday's dance was a good one. There was not so much of the rowdy shutl'le as has been noted in the past. Miss. Maud Dowger, a school teacher from the east, has been en- gaged for the primary department, of the public school. A bouncing baby hoy arrived at the Carrol hotel last Tuesday. The young landlord has strong' lungs and knows how to use them. 1 RED FEATHER CANNED I GOODS Head the procession. If you wish for something a shade better un.d no more Umn ordinary brands, ask for 'Ked Feather. have Tomatoes, Corn, Beans, early June Peas, Sifted Peas, Peaches, Pears, Raspberries. Cherries and TELEPHONE NO. 1 ALL KINDS OF-- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Et c. PICHE MIRON Great Bargains in all odd lines of Groceries, Crockery and Glassware, etc. Also a big SLAUGHTER SALE of our stock of Gents' Furnishings, consisting of Shirls. Undenvear, Overalls, Sweaters. Socks, .Gloves, mitts, etc. Those must all go at prices that will sell "them THIS MONTH, as we have de- cided to co out of these lines. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN CO 1 Anything you may want in the tish line can bo pro- cured here. :We've got it and price. TVhitefisli Halibut Salmon Mackerel Herring Haddie Fresh Oysters Smelts Shrimps Crabs are offering choice young beei by the side or quarter at prices that you really can't afford to let pass bering and Development Co. ALivd Intird, baggageman at the C. P. R. uejxjL here, will be trans- forrod to a point east of here, pro- bably Maplo Creek. This means a promotion for Mr. Baird. j Constable Fletcher left for Cal- gary last week, where he will re- 1 main on diuy in the barracks for a time. Me was succeeded by Con- stable Vine, of Canmore. who is now in charge of this detachment. Roderick R. Macleay. of the well known ranching firm of Macleay, PekisliO. returned on Fri- day last from an eastern trip bring- ing his bride with him. The bride wis Miss Norah Sturtevant. of Newport. N. Y. At the annual meeting of the High River school district D. E. "Riley. whose term of ofh'ce had ex- pired, was re-elected. Dr. D. Stanley was elected to fill the va- cancy caused by the retirement of A.R McDougall. R. H. Robert- son is the other trustee. Harry Drew, who has a ranch near Brant, drove into High River on Tuesday evening. He reports that on Sunday they had a severe blizzard there. On the road in here he saw a cow lying dead by the roadside. It had evidently been overcome by the storm. Fulton Thomson isbtiildingupa reputation for himself, not only as a breeder ot" good stock, but as a destroyer of timber wolves. A fort- night ago he captured a huge black wolf. Last week he trapped a grey wolf on his ranch which measured (3 feet ;3 inches from tip to tip and weighed iiU pounds. Telephone 33 Prompt Delivery WHOJ.I'SALU A'Nl) KI-TAlL He. professes nn abiding faith n this part of AluvrU as a wheat, pro- ducing country, and while his ex- perience to date is not profitable, he rightly ascribes the failures where they belong, to improper pre- paration. BLAIRMORL MAGRATH Ole Ellingson has a mine south of Magrath, of blacksmith coal which is considered as good as any in Alberta. The expectation is that -Jesse L. Smith will go to Calgary as mana- ger of the Experimental Farm of the Colonization Co., by which Mr. Smith is employed. At a meeting ot the directors of the Raymond Milling Company held last Friday it was decided to build a mill at Magrath this sum- mer. This is good 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 Ash ton came very near burning down Sun- day morning. A paper ceiling caught fire from the hot stove pipe: in less than a minute the whole top of the house seemed to be failing in a blaze on beds, clothes and everything. The neighbors came to the rescue and succeeded in sav- ing the building. Beyond the loss of some clothing and damage by smoke there were no serious re- sults. J. B. Merrill of Magruth has been exceptionally successful as a fruit raiser he having sold from his raspberries alone last year one hundred and seventy quarts, as well as large quantities of English currants and strawberries. 'The best yielder and hardiest variety of to his ex- W. Houghs has arrived home from Winiiipi-g. He saw T. Eaton's large establishment and is now inspired io higher aims here. Music of saws and hammers .mingled with the loud voices of tho workmen can be heard all along the Hull addition, as Hull's big public house, Douglas' new store and other buildings go up. The next important building to be erected here is to be the Tabor opera house and amusement hall. Shirts and Robt. Workman are the promoters. This buiding will be forty five by a hundred feet, and will be finished during the coming spring months. As it seems impossible under the Taber ordinance to rid the dis- trict of the vast number of unreg- istered canines, a few of our crack shots are going to try and bag some of the coyotes I hat keep up noctur- nal warfare with the uncollared dogs of Taber. A number of dog stars and sun dogs have been seen in the western skies of late and this should be a warning to our dogmatical overseer that the dogs must go. Our Specialty is and MOT WATER HEATING MACLEOD All work done by us to be firstclass The fourth silver medal contest was largely attended by a very ap- preciative audience. Miss Minnie Drinkwater suc- ceeded in carrying off the medal awarded by the judges. the "Ranch, on Satnr- the loth Jiiimary. the wife ul "ill. N. Marlowe, of a daugh- ter. Ltd. P. BURNS CO., 'PHONE 91. SIMMONS BENNETT Barristers LETHBRIDGE AND CARD5TON Lethbridge Office. Southard Block Money to Lend en and Farm Property yiMMONS. B A.. r B. A. Building Material We csn supply you with Sashes and and Door Frames Office, Bank and House Fittings. FINISHED LUMBER TUEN INCtS OFcALL KINDS Clear and common lumber on hand Quotations promptly given on application CKANHROOK Sash ft. Door Factory CRAXBKOOK, B C. PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER.TKREE This market is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the district. FRED HOPKINS, PROP, C. B. BOWMAN TO LOAN .Maniijc Licenses issued OFFICE: FIRE HALL ADD'N Wtst of Post Office ft BRIGHT and SPARKLING for the elaborate banquet 01 tbc ,simple family can he from 33 With in- th-u the qualhj f.ii] be high nm the moderate Our Fjrelsrn and Tiomcstlc Wines ?.re ea1.hert-fl from the growers --broarf ant] at are z. few of ihe Intereninjj uerrs: larc- Champauno. Meet and Chan- dan. Porr.ery Sec Malm's F.xira Drv. M. El. ROY tYholcaale Dealer in LIQUORS an.i CIGARS 'Phone Alia. Geore Roers L UMBER The Oltl Koliablo Yard North of Freiht Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest" From the Times. A snow slide at- Coal Creek bur- ied live houses. No lives were lost. The school closed Friday noon and will remain so until after the dipthcria scare is over. There is an ;2giiation Koing on in Jjlainnore for the building at once of: a large and substantial school house. Diptheria has appeared in the city. Three cases have been re- ported to the authorities and nil are now quarantined. Klainnore is now.the only town in the Pass without wsitenvorks. The necessity oE them is becoming marc apparent daily. Thursday, the anniversary of Burns, duly c.clebiatcd by the Scotchmen of the Pass. Banquets were held in both Frank and Cole- man. Friday the Hon. W. H. Gushing, minister of Public Works, visited Frank to look over the slide and make arrangements for the wagon road across ft. AVhen the first Provincial Legis- lature meets it looks as if the: char- ter mongers and franchise hunters the Senator Dunlap. In plums he finds the Oiir-np-y to be ill? most satisfactory. He is experimenting with peaches also, the most promising being the wager. Champion and wilder var- ieties. Mr. Merrill predicts a great future for us as fruit growers. CARDSTON. as will be in attendance as thick the blackbirds were in the pastry. t is the duty however, and which we believe will be strictly attended to, of the members to see that no franchise is given to other than responsible parties. FERNIE AT----- LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING, TABOR, It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buying Elsewhere. From tha Ledger. The roof on the north part of the old ('row's Nest Trading Com- pany's building gave way under the weight of Ihe tons of snow and water and came down upon the goods stored beneath with a great crash. The front of tho building was torct.ll outward and completely wrecked. Thos. A. Mtir.roe. motorman at the International Coal Coke Co. mines at. Coleman. was killed at tii.'iL place Thursday mornLng. Thos. Munro seenuxl to be an un- fortunate young man. Only a few weeks ago ho was home sutfering from the effects of two broken ribs. A few months before he suffered the loss ot two or three fingers of his right hand, ami now grim death From t.rse Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Card at Kimball on Tuesday last, a boy. J. H. Wray oE Mi. View has sold out his interest in the sawmill to Thomas Roebuck and Robt. Irwin. The conjoint confrence of the M. I. A. for the Alberta Stake will convene in Cardsion on the 18th of lUarch. The Town Council has decided to extend the boundaries of the municipality of Cardston '1! rods to the east and ;U rods to the west. The question as to prospective site for the court house was vigorously discussed. On Tuesday January th. at the home of Mr. J. T. Perry, four miles north of Mountain View. Mr. John Dawson and Miss Daisy Per- ry, were united in the bonds of matrimony. Rev. Gavin Hamilton officiating. The photo parlors of J. T. Scott were the scene of a quiet little wed- ding last Friday afternoon when Sum Larsen and Miss C'ebonia Anclerson, both of Aetna were unit- ed in the Ixmds of matrimony by President E. J. Wood. CLARESHOLM From the Kevievc. C. E. Tillotson sold throe teams for SI .100 cash, G. P. Grant, of Macleod, has piircliast-xl an interest in our flour mill ami has taken the manage- ment Mr. Simpson, of Strcctsvillo. Out., has gone into partnership with Mr. BOWOTI. lie will also bo deputy postmaster. A vote was taken Thursday on a by-law to issue debentures for the purpose of erecting waterworks and it was carried without one dissent- ing vote. The council will there- fore proceed at once to I he lias claimed him. This -will be a water from our town well into town sad bereavement to his widowed and connect it with business and mother and his two sisters. residential houses. Established 1685 W. Henderson, Proprietor Another Ontario newspaper man was in town last week, looking for a location. IvTncleod. as a. field did not seem to impress him favorably and ho went north. The C. P. E. are placing ties and rails at either end of the proposed xtension into the town. It is! quite certain the work of construe- i lion will be gone on with as soon i as the weather will permit. Miss Alice Crowe, who has been 11 teaching at the Peigau left on the 5th inst. tor OaTgary Before leaving the Agency she was remeiubcrcd by the pupifs of hen! srh >o! there ?mr1 presented with beautiful leather out with all incuts. he largest and b-st'equipped hotel in Southern Alberta HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMi-IU'lAL MEN T I !'rofc the President Gray, of the Board of Trade, who is now in Nelson, and Secretary Grant have resigned. The Hudson Bay Co. have their plans drawn for the erection of a S-iO.0'10 block and tin: contract will be let at once. At a meeting of the town coun- cil Mr. Fawcett suggested that an electric plant should be built in connection with the waterworks so as the power could be used for both purposes. PINCKER CREEK a two village over P. From tVur Echo Dr. Hewetson will erect storey building. S. W. Berry was elected overseer by 18 majority Birtlcs. The Agricultural taken an option on Mr. Fourniers Iciml with a view of purchasing for purposes. The Farmer's Institute proposes' S that tho government should estab- lish packing factories in the same way as creameries. nas Ji >i 1LU j3 Neat romos, and best of goods at the bar dining room W rifOPRlKTOK You Must Have Stoves! Tinware Granite-ware Hardware Nails Oils Paints Glass Etc. And it is no boast when we say our stoves are the best that money can buy. They are. No matter whether it is an 88.00 Stove or a Eange you are sure to get what you want Agents for jj Cream i Deering ILir- vesting Ma- chinery Jns. Boberi- son's Paints Yrooman's OKOTOK5. From c Rev Fire did slight damage to Wil- son's furniture store. Thos Fountain stole a pair of slippers from a Chinaman and had to serve seven days in gaol. Invitatalions have been issued for llu: wedding of T. Lineham and Janet Creighton Io take place on Thursday. Feb. 1st. AN OLD TIMER -----------WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OP LIQUORS AND'CIWAHS ix A N E W S T ALNJD_ drop into my new (piartors and von ;inee your- self that I am up-to-da'te. The cleanest iintl brightest in Son thorn Alberta. GEO. HOUK ;