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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Coir 11 mon Sense Piano TalK There is nothing nicer for ilio lionn' tlum a good Piano. There arc Pianos, and there are umxl Pianos When you lmy a piano yon should know what son of an instrument you are getting. With THE JSELL JMA NO You can depend upon an inatnitnei,' quality. It's responsive touch, accural-durability are reeoninii'inl^l highly musicians in^Cnnadu. ] When \.ni buy buy a piano that cannot he . � . Mid. ( speet the instruments that \m I.-m- oh Southard's new store. ButcKer & P\ibloTv LF.'I HlilIlDc ! KDMONTON calg \i;v " 'I NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers * ��.�*####�*9-**WW�9� *'************#***:�) HIGH RIVER. I'll- I'llll; H Heidi p. Ki'lly \ Young jxiid for l*i> feet tn.ntai.rc >" Hail-way si. The scli->ol roll reveals the interesting fact thil L!i's pupils arc on That's going soiiic! Twenty lire extinguishers, four no/en buckets and three extension iddors have been purchased tile protection purposes Mr. C .-.spell succ. eds W. W" Gates ss secretary 111 ;;n r. -r of ( '.IV v !-..1 improvement di-t ri. I. II. will i ��� p.-. id > 11 I * p. r y' ar. M i- \\ ,-u-li. late o! I law son t ,|y la  I fen a p| unit. . I aeon n t.-i 111 o I h ' 'I. L . and 11 g i lim r ' !   � . i I >. \ i 1 o I . H I' ' 1 11 ( ... RAYMOND. Pro ii i ''' D. 1*'. Stevens has sold out his interest in the linn of Stevens and TABER TALK. 1 .1 c. i'. it. -i. fen. d to a Uil.U Ma| � i I >a iii I. I>ag.;agi m mat i . dejKit ilele, Willie I fa I FOR ALL KINDS (>F Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. ml east of here. pro-Creek. This m.-ans i promotion for Mr. I'.aird. Constable I'ietcher left for Cat-gury last week, where he will re. iiia.n on du'y in the barracks for a time He was succeeded by Constable Vine, of Caiiuiore. who is now in charge of this detachment. Kimball to his pirlnei Krnest Kimball. At the hoanl of trade meeting discussion was had at some length as to the besl means of properly advertising Kayinon.l ami vicinity; tlie secretary was instruct � or|ed to write the Desert News for j rates of advertising with the view of inducing intending iimuigrants to locale here. Lewis M. Cannon is up from Salt Lake . u a siiorl \ isil of inspection. M r. C union n�ii.i some large tiacts ol land in ihw \ i. inity. cropped In w iieat and olh.-r glalu. lie piofes-x--. in abuhng la,1,1 Hi llus part ol Alberi i as a w iieat producing country, and while Irs e\-perielice to dale is not pl'olitable. lie rightly ascribes the failures where they belong, to improper pre-|ni ration. I ' Met . ' K |>. c* i i lv i 8. i!. bay Ion has been elected a school trustee. Kadi Sabbath the Latter Day Saint's church is open to all. Some of our fanners are prewiring to disc their lands for spring planting Rev. Shearer preaches every Sunday at the Presbyterian church. A welcome to all. At a ratepayer's meeting Sf>(H) was voted towards adding another room to the public school. Last Thursday's dance was a good one. . There was not so much of the rowdy shutVle as has been noted in the past. Miss Maud Dowger. a school teacher from the east, has been en-u'tuol for the primary department of the plfblic school. A bouncing baby boy arrived at the Carrol hot 1 la-t Tuesday. The \ oni g laudlotd has slrong lungs .�on! K now a how to use t hetn. (iXj^ijxsigySYSx^ a RED FEATHER CANNED ^ GOODS 4 Head the procession. If you wish for sonu-l hing a shade bettor and no more expensive ih-m ordinary brands, ask for Hed Feather. \Ye have Tomatoes. Corn, Means, early d uue Peas. S'lled P( thai de L PIC HE & MIRON I Stocktaking Month (Ireat Bargains in all odd lines of (iroceries. Crockerv and Glassware, etc Also a big SLA l'G 11TKU SALK of Her stock of (hilts' Furnishings, consisting of Shirts. I"nderv.ear. Overalls, Sweaters. Socks, (iloves, mitts, etc. These must all go at pries that wl!! sell them TIMS MONTH. .'is We have decided to go out of these lines ' hod.Tick It. MacleaV.ot the Well .... I i.. i � , ' it 1 ii , I he exiiectatloll i I known ranching (inn ot Riddle \- : w ... , . ., , I Macleav. Pekisko. returned on Fri- ! Sml,lfl f Ut ( i,,�ar>' ".H. mi,I,a; Idavlast fmm an eastern.r,p bring- �"r;,.flK>. ^l-nmenlal l-�nt. ot 1 ing his bnde wath him. The bride 1 ^ ol?ll,a,t,.�" ^" (j. Smith is employ.hi. tx XX b\ which Mr. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO 1 w is Miss Norah NeW|H.|t. N. Y. At the annual meeting of the High Hiv.r school district L). F. Wiley, whose term of otlice had expired. Was re-elected. Dr. (i. I). Sliiiil. y was ( l.-cted to (ill the vacancy caused by the retirement of A. I''. M.-Dougall. U. II. Wobcrt-son i, tile other trustee. Harry Drew, who his a ranch near lhant. drove into High Wiver oil Tuesday evening. He re|K>r*S that on Sunday they had a severe blizzard n the rcuid in heie he s.iw a cow lying dead by the r. aiUale. ll had evidently been oWTivlllc b.V tile Storm. LOOK INTO OUR STORE Sturtevant. o | At a meeting of the directors of the Waymoml Milling Com|miiy held last Friday it was decided to build a mill at Magrath this summer. This is good news to our farmers, in fact the whole town. The next thing in order is a Hank Then we are strictly it The residence ot Thomas Ashton came very near burning down Sunday morning. A |>a|>er ceiling caught tire from tin- hot stove pij>c; in less than a minute the whole lop of the house seemed to lie falling in a blaze on beds. e'.otlln ..!. r ol .�if, not only as � lock, but as a re Anything may want in the lish line cm 1 cured lure. ^Ye*ve got it right quali'y and Whitefish Halibut Mack.rel Hernng lla-l Fresh Oyst-r* Smelts Shrimi- ' destroyer ot lniilur wohes. A fort-mglit ago liecaptureil a huge black w.�lf. Last we.-k he trapped a grey woii on in?, ram ii which measured '� t> lg. Ill' Ml� T. Fat oil's large establishment and is now inspired to higher aims here. Music of saws and hummers mingled with the loud voices of the 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 elected here is to be the Tabor opera house and amust incut hall.  las. Shirts and Wobt Workman ate the promoters. This binding will lie forty live by a hundred feet anil will be I'nished during the coming spring months. As it seems impossible under th" Tuber ordinance to rid the district of the vast number of unreg-! ister-d canines, a few of our crack i sheis an-going to try and bag some; of the coyotes that keep up noctur-j mil warfare with the uncollared. dogs of Taber. A number of dog! stars and sun dogs have been seen | in the wistim skies of late and this should be a warning to ourj dogmati.-al overseer that the dogsj must go Our Specialty to PLUMBING, STEAM and 1IOT WATER HEATING !* f'n'.irntf Y-nr..]uel ci i.nieM� I. -ii v ifiM1.. i':t" l.'t.  t eil 'ru :'i in � it h i ii ' r. r' ii! nu i' It e .) i.i lit -. ��. I I :i n 1 I tit- le  inml.- ru 11- .in. 1-" irelcr. j n-1 li.cnosl'r Wines i:a-r.rri il (� !�> Hie li..-vi |;io*ili an.! at i. in Tin � ar� a (O.vol lllr ll, JiKTs; | tn- lorv-il Cii.-im|ia^i.. . M,)t.t ami Chun-INcnerv S.-r Mug, m1, ]-;x'ra M. EI. ROY Wlmii-nale lifaitr in V71N1'.'-' LIQUORS a>..i CIGARS I'll..11- v " l.'.ih�jrl>111 :i s raspberries alum- I i.t voir une hvmdr.-d and se\eniy .pi..ri*. n> well as large .piantitics ol I'lnglisb currants and strawberries. The 1 �'>t yiclder and hardiest variety ol strawberries according tn his ex-l�-ricnce-is the Senator Diinlap. Jn I buns he linds the CIh-ih-v to lid.-at t'ual Creek bur-| be lie most satisfactory. He is No lives were lost, j experimenting with peaches also. The school dosed I'ridav li.Hin i ,1K;^ I'roi.iisi.ig being th,-and w ill remain so until after the ! �'��''r- 4>��'l�'.�!� "dder var dipt liei ia M-arc is over. There is an agitation now u'oing on in r.l.iirmi'iv for tin- building at out e of a large and substantial I 'Iptti. ria l-:.s a pp. arc! in the . ,U . Th-. e i a--.-S llH've i>  II le- poi'. . I !' > I be aui '.in! it i- - and all are i... . ,,l. ,.'..'it led. i I'.. lira- .r.- i- in ia t In- only n .\. n i in iic I'.!�>�> wiihiiut wat.-i u.'.'k-;. I'ili- l|(-e.-�s|ly o| til. Ill is I iciolll llig mar. a|} i:ir.-i11 .la i ly. Thtirsdiiy. th'' aiiiiivei'sny o| Ibiii... duly c.-lebiated by the Sculelnneii of I he Pass. 1 Sa lit [lift s were held ill both Frank and Coleman. Friday tin-1 Ion. \Y. II. dishing, minister of Public Works, visititl Frank to look over the slide and make arrangements for the wagon road across it When the first Provincial Legislature meets it looks as if the charter mongers and franchise hunters will be in attendance us thick as the blackbirds were in the king's pastry. It 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 resi�)iisiblc jjarties. FERNIE From th Ledger. The roof on the north part of the old Crow's Nest Trading Company's building gave way under the weight of the tons of snow and water and came down uiion the goods stored beneath with a great crash. The front of the building was forced outward and completely wrecked. Thus. A. Munroc, niotorinan at tin* International Coal A: Coke Co. �nines at Coleman, was killed at that place Thursday morning. Thos. .Munro seemed to be an uu fortunate young man. Only a few weeks ago lie was home suffering from the oll'ects of two broken ribs. A few mouths before he suffered the loss of two or three fingers of his right hand, and now grim death has claimed him. This will bo a sad bereavement to his widowed mother and his two sisters. Fi t.. m i 1 s . i�rinkwater sue i'.,-.led Hi carry me- ()|V the medal :n..h lid by l i e judges. I'.iiim At ihe Punch, on Satur-il iy. th. l.lih -I innary. I'.MHi. (he wife ..i h N. Marlowe, of u daughter Another ' hilario newspaper man was in town last w.-i-k. Winking for a location. Macleod, as u field did not si-i-iii to impress him favorably and he w.-nt north. The C. P. It. are placing' ties and rails at either end of the promised e\l.ii7.i. ill llllo tile town. It is ipiite certain the work of construe-I it tit will be gone on with iis soon as the wea her will permit. Miss Alice ( lovve. who das been tia.-hine; at the Pei>_'iin Agency left on the "'th inst lor Calgary ll. lore h a.ihg the Agency she was I e 11 |e 111 i ii ' It l.l ly I lie pupils of ll'T .. 1 tiler. :l:il pi.-~..||leil with l\ In-lutiful leather writinu desk, tit-tt d out Willi all necess ny equipments. I its r. 1 lc: i . /.-ll- , President (i my. of the Hoard of Trade, who is now in Nelson, and Secretary (i rant ham resigned. The Hudson Hay Co. have their plans drawn for ihe erect urn of a Slii.lM) b|..�-k and the contract will be let at once. At a meeting of the town conn-, eil Mr. Faweett suggesteil that an | electric plant should be built in connection with the waterworks so as the power could be used for both j purjioses. wj^1 The Lethbridg'e Hotel | W. Henderson, Proprietor The largest ami b st ('(jipppnl liot 11 i w. IIKNUKKSuN. FLO PR I I i nit I? PINCHER CREEK Fi an tin� Kclio Dr. Uewetson will erect a two storey building. S. NY. Herry was elected village overseer by lh majority over P. Hi riles. The Agricultural Society has taken an option on Mr. Founder's land with a view of purchasing for sh iw purposes. The Fanner's Institute projioses that the government should establish pork packing factories in the same way as creameries. 0K0T0KS. � ��r �iiiihui oataaaCTt^KaaaraBawrasrr. You Must Have Sieves \ Tinware Granite ware Hardware Nails Oils Paints Glass Ktc. And it is no lioaM when \\e say our stoves are I lie best that money can buy. They arc. No mutter whether it is an iiW.UO Stove or a *7.">.(H) Uange you are sure to get what you want at ( Vueiits for I) I .a ,1 g ' 11 s' I'-"'- iaiois I )eei ing I lar-M-^lilc.r Ma-cliineiy .1,.^. liobelt- .-oii's Paints Vrooman's - Hardware i-i- ?C1D0 iiQilglililiiaiiiiTMIiliM Foan if Id Fire ditl slight damage to NYil-son's furniture store. j Thos Fountain stole a )>air of slippers from a Chinaman anil had to serve seven days in gaol. Invilatations have been issued for the wedding of T. Lineliani and danet Creighlon to take place on HL-. Thursday, Feb. 1st, | BSBii AN OLD TIMER -^^^Wi i-----n~ ixmnnMnni >wir 1 i- -----------------WITH Tlllv- OLD BRANDS OF LKjl'ORS AND CIGARS IN ,\ % NEW STAND -� ' iii*ri�ii�iMiKiiti>>i>�iMjtti>t|�i�:|M;*i*ftt*ii>iM. ;