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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Common Sense Piano TalK TABER TALK. ( Kr III ; ho IK-- .( Liisl, Momlnv 1 H There-is nothing tiicer I'or the "home t,b;iii ;i good Piano, There are Pianos, anil there Jiie tfood Pi.inos, Whenyoxi huy a piano you should know what sort of an instrument you are gas I'lio.si'ii liouor-sV. A. Auliiii ])r('si-vU. Hrst vioo prosi- Butcher & Publow EDMONTON - CALGATJY - LETHBRIDCtT. TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOR ALL KINDS OF - Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON OIOroTOTOIOTOTOlOTOIOIOT^^^ .nu;. 2nd vici' president: j-). I' .cr, si'c-tnMsnrer; S. I Mite. captain; Krank .lolmson. ' .Monsou i\cid. W. \V. Douglas, (.ifo. Hoiiiebar, couimitlee. Captain Mitchell siiys that when the "Taber Tij^ers'" are in practice, they can easily down the "Letli-bridge Savages" Saturday, the Taber Baseball Giants, met and re-organizetl, 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 luuler the auspices of the Taber  Primary Association, was a \ory pleasant affair. There was hardly room to shake the "Light Fantastic toe" successfully as tlie crowd was too dense. Report comes from Peace Riven that wheat planted there on 10th of 31ay was ripe and ready to cut on 4th day of August. S(i days from seeding till harvest. Yesterday a Taber citizen of veracity said that wheat, on his" farm last year matured in Of5 days from time of sowing till cut, and that the grain averaged "27 bus. per acre. Onr sec-treasurer, M. L .Scott, is making another tlying trip to Moxintain View in search of a �e- LinLE BOW From Herald Repn sentalive A very [jleasant eveninj^- wa.s pa.'ised at Oddi'ubnrg'.^ ranch last Friday. About twei\tylivc couiilra were present. S. (r. Biiird has had cards printed at the local news ottice. bearing a cut of his cattle and horse brand. This is an excellent idea as a rancher should have his brands well advertised in tiu' country Mr. Baiid and (i T:dl>ot were up to tlie Little Bow Blacklool crossing purchasing horses List Tiuirsday G. R. Dowan contt'inplaU's purchasing several hundred head of steers in the ('ardstosi distrir* in the spring. H-irry Roirers luis trone to Calgary, selling a bnneh ol horses. J. Swift, wlio has been stayiim at \V. S. ^yhitnev�s rancli. has left ' plowiiii,' til form a toj) mulch. This will prevent ilu' e\a [jorat ion. and gv.mulale the soil In inrrrase its nil lire lu'Ming eap.'U'ity. so that .ill that fall- will ' immediately soak in ami stay, liar- . rowing at frecpieiit int( rwils preserve's tile drv blanket or mulch, and .previMits any but the slighti'st I'vaporation dur'iig the summer, season. In the spring, the crop should be put in without inire rid-| tivation than is incident to drill i sowing ami enveriiiy, and the sow- : ill"/ should lie earb'. ' It is soniewhal signilieaiit that j the greale.jt success in alfalfa grow-! ing in the province a .ould have' necureil on the Lethliridge land.' ''hough the introduction of winter wheat is of vast, imiKjrtance. a wheat croji is only good as part of a system of rotation from the standpoint of llic co?i.serviiig of soil fer-lility. Mr. W. H. Pairchild. whose lung-sightedness has led Inmtoex-periment with forage crojis in pre-ferene � to wheat larming, has Ihuui RED FEATHER CANNED a� GOODS ^ Head the procession. Ff yon wish for something a shade Initter and no more exixjnsive than ordinary brands, ask for Re neigh-thoroughbred collies from Mr. i liorhood. Tl'iou,i>i)U. trong rivalary be- J. U, and the All Stars clubs met the impression that iri'igatioii was tweeii Lethliridge and Magrath, at the home of Mrs. Fletcher, absolutely necessary in order In but after due eousideration it was Each held its meeting separate, secure any kind of a crop. decided to locate tlie mill ni Ma- but after the adjournment, the All The contrary is the case and it|Kratli. Stars were highly entertainetl and is being demonstrated by succesful i ._, sumptuously banqueted by the B. practice. Withoutdoubt the great-! J. U's. est centre of developement during ( The schools have organized - the past year or two has been south ' MAGRATH From Herald Representative A happy coincident occured last the introduction of ariitieiai water- p�-ridituie of .'?2o. evening when tbe members of B. ing has had the affect of spreading There was a st TAKING THE CENSUS - STOVES - WE HAVE LEFT A FEW HEATERS AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES THE LEADING PLUMBERS AND STEAMHTTERS ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN ON ALL CLASSES OF WORK. JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Prompt shipments made to any part of Alberta SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers &c. LGrHlJUIDGE ANO CAKD3TON Lethbridge Office, Southard Block Money to Lend, on Town and Farm Property W. C. SiMMONV B Crown ProiecBtor C V Be>:. PROP. C. B. BOWMAN Real Estate and Insurance Agent MONEY TO LOAN 'Nanlifc LIceiMi luwd OFFICE; FIRE HALL ADD'N W(tt of Foit Office many such districts there will be. No local commissioner will be appointed, but Archibald Blue, chief census commissioner, and two of his staff will come west and each will have direction of a province. will be held at the when the schedules have been filled in they will be collected and checked over. Lost:-On Round st. ix>cket book containing 4B.75. Five dollars reward to person, who will return to D Fraser, or . J. Eck-storm at the Dallas hotel. 13 tf. BRIGHT and SPARKLING \V I'.es for ihr elnhorate banquet oi cjn be ihc simple faraiiy lepm 'irJcrc-'J /rocn ua wah xUt ccriairity lb 11 the quality '.vii! be tilph ami the pi (CO mpiler.ite Our F^reljin 3 mi Domestic Wines a re ga'.bprrfi tinin the best growars tbrnari ami at hr tnc. Th�>e arc a few of llie liiteiestin(; items: Idi-por'.eit Champagne, Moft and Chan-dju, Pomerv Si;c , Mutrm'-j Extra D-v. M. EL. ROV Wholesale Dealer In WINKS, LIQUORS an.l CIGARS �Pboiif v.. LelhirUlgc, AUa. George R o g e rs LUMBER The Old Reliable Yartl North of Freight Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices YARDS AT- LETHBRIDGE. RAYMOND. STIRLING. TABOR. It Will Pay You To See Our' Stock Before Buying Elsewhere. playing a series of practise games. ^^^^^ Ckresholm and Leavings.! They hope to be a posi ion soon to ^^^^ l,^^,^ ^^^-^^ -.^ ^,i,,^.,f^^^ - challenge outlying settlements for ^reek, Macleod and Lethbridge I In taking theceususof xManitoba. a friendly game of foot ball. districts. That is it has been : Sas'flD (El EKY _-AT- J. W. Kean Co Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 Tinware trraniteware Hardware Nails Oils Paints Glass Etc. And it is no boast when we say our stoves are the hest that money can buy. They are. No matter whether it is an $8.()0 Stove or a �75.00 Range you are sure to get what you want at Agents for DeLaval Cream Separators Deering Harvesting Machinery Jas. Robertson's Paints Vrooman^s - Hardware ??????????????????????'????????????nnnnnnnnr VVALL.ACE & HASELTON Barber Shop and Poo( Room 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.  � Tlie cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK ntTrriannnm-inhnnnnnnnn ;