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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Common Sense Piano TalK There is nothing nicer for the >iodu' tbciii ;i gocxl Piano. There are Pianos, ami there are uooil Pianos. When you buy ft pinno you shou'.cl know wliat sort of an instrument you are getting. With THE BELL PJANO You can depend upon^an itistrunietit of the first quality. It's responsive fnnoJ]. accnracy of tone and durability are recoinmeiulcd highly by the best musicians iu^Canada.^ When you buy a Bull you buy a piano that cannot be rxcelled. Come and inspect the instruments that we have on exhibition at Soutliard's new store. Butcher fit Publow EDMONTON - CALCi.\RY - LETHBRID(rE ' TELEPHON E NO. 1  -FOR ALL KINDS OF - Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB & MIRON Stocktaking Month | Great Bargains in all odd lines of Crrocerie.s, Crockerv and ^ Glassware, etc. Also a bin SLAUGHTER SALE of'oar ^ stock of Gents' Furnishings, consisting of Shirts. Underwear, Overalls, Sweaters, Socks, Gloves, mitts, etc. These must all go at prices that will sell them this month, as \vc have decided to go out of these lines. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO | 1 STANDARD I Lumber Co'y {ata,ll,C.j A PULL STOCK OF Rough and Dressed Lumber: Prompt shipments made to any part of Alberta SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers &c. LETHURIDGE AND CAUD3TON Lethbridge Office, Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property W. n Simmons. R A., Crown Prosecutor V Bennett, B. A. Building-Mate rial We C8II supply you with Sashes and Doors.JWiadow and Door Frames: Office. Bank and House Fittings. FINISHED LUMBER & TURN INGS OFJALL KINDS Clear and common lumber on hand Quotations promptly given on Application CRANBROOK Sash Sl Door Factory CRANBROOK, B C. PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER.THREE This market is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the district. rMD HOPKINS. * PROP, C. B. BOWMAN Bcal Estate and Insurance Agent MONEY TO LOAN Manlggt LicMKi laiNcd OPPIOE: FIRE HALL ADD'N Witt of pQ>t Office BRIGHT and SPARKLING \V nes for ihe eUThnrate banquet ni (he slmiile f;iin(iy tepm can be  irilercd from us wah ilu ceriainty Ihn the quality '.vlii be high arnl the pilC'J mrtltr^te. Our Firelgn ami Uomestlc Wines are ga'.herril fi oin itie best growers irbrnaH ami at h: me. Thf.�� arc a few of the iiite'esUug items: Ini-porled Chatnpasnp, Moft and Chaa-d)u, Poaery .Sl-c , MuirtrtN Extra D-v. M. EL. ROV WholuHale Dealer In WINi'.f-', LIQUORS and CIGARS Phfiiii; v., � Lelhiridgc, Alia. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices YARDSAT- LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND. STIRLING. TABOR. It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buying Elsewhere, TABER TALK. i ill" Hf . 1 K !!�. ~. i.i a anT. seo-livasurtT; S. B. Mitclu'll. cavitaiii: Frank .lohnson, Moiisnii iu'id. W. NV. J)ouB;Ias, (.iVm. Hoinobar, oouimittiv. Cai)-tain Mitchell sjiys that when tlio "Taber Timers'" are in practice, they can easily down the "Lethbridge Savages" Saturday, the Tabcr Baseball Giants, met and re-organized, and they will soon be in a condition, to successfully meet and vanquish any baseball team within 10 miles of Chin Coulee. Friday night the interesting dance given under the auspices of the Taber - Primary Association, was a very pleasant affair. There was harilly room to shake the "Light Fantastic toe' successfully as the crowd was too dense. Re{x)rt comes from Peace Rivei that wheat plantet.1 there on lOf of ilay was ripe and ready to cut on 4th day of August. S6 days from seeding till harvest. Yester tlay a Taber citiaen of veracity said that wheat, on his; farm last year matured in 6(5 days from time of sowing till cut, and that the grain averaged 27 bus. per acre. Our sec-treasurer, M. L .Scott, is making another flying trip to Mountain View in search of a fe male teacher, as the two departments are over run with pupils It is necessary to open a thin' room. MAGRATH From Herald Representative A happy coincident occured last evening when the members of B J. U. and the All Stars clubs met at the home of Mrs. Fletcher Each held its meeting separate but after the adjournment, the All Stars were highly entertained and sumptuously banqueted by the B J. U's. The. schools have organized a football club and are at present playing a series of practise games They hoije to be a position soon to challenge outlying settlements for a friendly game of foot ball. Charles Harris, the well known lawyer of Macleod, was in town yesterday. J. F. Bradshaw is letting contract, to have 1,000 acres of sod ploughed by June 15th. R. W. Bradshaw and F, W. Kar-ten were the successful bidders in getting the contract to furnish 400 jjerch of sand stone rock for the grist mill. Excavating is now under wa:y. The beet ground is already being prepared by some, for this season's planting. There will be a grand cl aracter ball on Valentine night. Last week the business men ol Magrath met and organized a loca board of trade which has been needed here for some time. It promises to have a good energetic and progressive membership. The Magrath brass band held reorganization meeting Tuesday last fwid are now in good working oaler for the season. Ammon J Mercer was elected president for the coming year. The members of the All Star club were agreeably surprised Thursday evening by the members ! of the U. B. J. U, club at the home of Miss Fletcher and a very agreeable evening was spent conjointly hy the two clubs. The two clubs have been having some very pleasant times this winter. The Raymond Milling & Elevator Co., liave commenced active oiierations on the new flour mill. They are going to erect one here this season. Horses have been in extremely good demand here this winter, and a good many have changed hands. There has also been a clecided activity in real estate sales of late, and transfers are being recorded almost every day, especially is this case with the irrigable lands under the canal. The recent spell of extremely mild weather has aroused the farming spirit and active preparations for the season's work rve8 the dry blanket or imilch, and .prevents any but the sligiitest evaporation during tlic summer season. In the spring, the crop should be put ill wiihoiit mire riil-tivation than is ineident to drill SDwinu ;ind eoveriiiy. and the sow-iiiL'' slioiilil lie early. It is somewhat signilicant that tile grea(e.i( success in alfalfa growing ill the province s .ould have occureil on 'he Letlil>ridge land, ''hough the introduction of winter wheat is of vast. imix>rtance. a wheat crop is only gootl as part of a p.j'steiii of rotation from the stand-])oiiil of the conserving of soil fer-1 ility. Mr. W. H. Fairchild, whose !oiig-sighte(l(i(>ss has led him to experiment with forage crops in pre-f(.'j-enc ' to wheat tanning, has lieen i RED FEATHER CANNED oe GOODS ^ Head the procession. 7f you wish for something a shade liotter and no more expensive tliuii ordiimry brands, ask fot ReD (.! I EUY __-.AT- J. W. Kean &i Co Opposite P. O, 'PJione 98 _ is not a question of doing without water, but of keeping and conserving the moisture that falls. June breaking secures the winter and spring moisture to the soil itself, before it has evaporated, or has Ixsen taken up by surface vegetation. Plow-1 _____ ing should be about six inches deep I and a double stroke of the disc \ Best of Cigars, Smoking Tobacco should immediately follow the Pipes and Smokers' Sundries WALLACE & HASELTON Barber Shop and Pool Room Telephone 33 Prompt Delivery ClK Beniky ?a% Dd WHOI ESAMO A>JI) RETAIL rrrrrrr - STOVES - WE HAVE LEFT A FEW HEATERS AT RCXK BOTTOM PRICES THE LEADING PLUMBERS AND STEAMFITTERS ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN ON ALL CLASSES OF WORK. JOB-BING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Rick Si makely The Lethbridjfe Hotel Established W. Henderson, Proprietor The largest and b stji^quipped hotel in Southern Alberla HEADQUARTERS FOR COM M FRIIAL MEN WIIKN IN' Li-TliB' IDG1-: STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat romos, fine dining room and best of goods at the bar W. HENDERSON, PROPRIETOR You Must Have Stoves 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 $8.00 Stove or a $75.00 Range you are sure to get what you want at Afjtents for DeLaval Cream Separators Deering Harvesting Machinery Jas. Robertson's Paints Vrooman^s - Hardware hnnnnnnnnnnaDaaaaDDaaoaaaaDaaanaoaaaaaaaaoa a D AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND Just drop into my new quarters and con/ince yourself that I am up-to-date. The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK innnnnnnnnnnnr ;