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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta �! WESTERN WAREHOUSE & i i TRANSFER CO. m. Rrtilrond Trnns6�rrinf?, Dmy-ing mill (leneral" Deliveriiij?. ^ Coal Delivonxl Promptly, . HAY. OA'IS. SAND AND STONE FOR HXhK  AGENTS FOR ^McCoiUlick&Cock.shtltt; ; Machinery Webber ; ! and Adams Wagons *.'! ! Canada Carriage Co.'s ' lluggies.. Etc. I J. F. RODGERS | X 'Phone 63. Manager, x I TRY AN r 1 Electric Massage I Or Shampoo AT THE Hotel Lcthbridge Barber | Shop Most Up-to-dnto in town ^ M. PKIEST , - PROPRIETOR SMOKE Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. HANRAHAN MANl'FACTl'RKU I Learn Dress-Making hi fsiir 4*y$, or liani kjr nuM in your tpan tliM at koaw. Mr. and Mn. Wm. Sander!), of the Sanders' Dress-CHtling School, Stratford, Oat., Can., will vi.�it this place ou date given at bottom of advcrtiienieut, and will thow bow you can learn to cut, fit and put together everything in dresst-nuking. Couneconiixtsof ei{>lit lecsons which are: 1st LeiMwn-How to take a correct measure. How to um the Elite Ladies' Tailor System to fit anyone. By the time you are through with thii leaaon you will know as much about cutting as if you Worked in a shop six maetbs or a year,~'aiid gave from Is.oo to I35.00 for a system. In this lesson yo� test the perfect lit of system by making a waist for yourwlf or friend. and Lesson-iloW to-cut the different �tylet ill shirt waists. 3rd Lesson-How to cut tlie different styles in lined wai�t�, by draping, pleatiug, yokes, ri;veres, boleras, etc., and putting all together. Fitting and particulars to finishing. 4th Lesson-Ho4 to cut by drafts all kinds ot yokes, berthas, collars, girdles and cufl�.' Sth Lesson-How to cut different kinds of sleeves and put together. 6tb Lesson-Everything about wrappers and Princess dress. 7th Lesson-How to draft to cut skirt!* by measureuietit by using the rule uf sy.stem only; any kind of skirt, no matter what style, can be more easily tut than l>x u.fiiig patterns. 8tli Le.ssoM-I'iuisliing skirts, cutting co.ils, etc. A few reason.s why it is the best way to learn. (1) Because it costs no more tlian tlie ni.'ikin); rand iHittmtor, Will Ijo at the Dallas Hotel, Leth brMiff. .Satimin.v, Xov. 17th only, .showirg nit'tboil.s of teaching anfl cnrollins i>upil.s. Will be teaching t>ui>il.s on Alonda.v, Tup.sdn.v. Wednp.s da.v and Thursday of the wp.-l; loi-lowiniv. CHOICE ANDIES AKES B EST READ UNS City Bakery F.C. CocKe. Prop. SAVE MONEY NOW - - I can st'U yoti lota now in I Tttbor for $10(), thnt will Itoj selling at $200 in a month's i tirno. Good Farming Land for saloi tilx>. W. F. RUSSELL Real Entatc Agent Tabor. Alta. SyMpsIs or Canadian NorthWcst.| HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. AMY I veil numbereit sectioo o Dominion j ^A1A% tn Manitoba, SsHkatchrwan and ' Alberta excepting 8 aiil tts, nol re-ctveil, i nay be aomeaieaded t>> any persoa wbJ Is ili \ �n'c he�d of a famllr, or an? male over lA years j ofiKc. ta the txl�nl of ooc >|iiarler section ot ; lin acre*, more or leH'>mestrader In reipilrcil to perrorm llic | eiiudltlcas conceded thurcwUli iiiuicr oue of i the r^llawlUK plans.: I. At l�asi s'x months' resldenee npun and eulllvatl tu of the land In each year for; three years. 8. If the father (or IT other. If tbe father Is deceaaei) of the home leader rrsidea upon a farm la tka stelolty of tbe land enieied fur tbr requlreiaenia aa to rcaldence maii be aaiisned bf aucbferann lesldlnc with the fat-Uar ur potbei. a. If tl.e�ettlct bashlssernanent rcaldeBce upon farming laud swned by bim In tbe vtcln-liy of bt� homestead, tbe rekulreircnii a* to raaldeaee mar be satuned by realdeuce upon Ibeaald land. BIX monhs' notice In writlni; shonld be given ta the Commiaalooer of Iximlnion r.amla ai Oliawi or Intention lo apply tor patent. W. W. COBV. .� beputr of tbe Minister of the Interior. After We've Determined Tho lensi^s you ahouKl wear -t,ho oidy lenses thitt woidd b.- likely to help yru any- ytni may have them.pnt in-to any sortof framesyon.like We have a big selection of every kind, iind we will see that tho glasses snit your filatures tis well as yonr eyes, so that you will not experience Ih^ l*"�8t bit of inconvenience from wearing them. Consult us fully and freely about your eye tronblt^s. We are extra particular abont this work, and guarantee a correct, scientific examination, which is al  stilutoly free. R.A.WRIGHI CSraduatn of the Optical Institute of Oanatia Barnes & Go. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Ollkc-Sccoai Floor SoilbarJ Bltck Post Office Box 3 olophono No. 122 PlasltrlngI Plastering I OrMmcnial PiMlcring. I Cdd-p^rbof > Underweor Stanfield's Underwear is made of long, silky. Nova Scotia woo!-the finest io the world for Underwear. The superior quality ot.. wool-together with the peculiar knit of the garmenta -give the greatest possible warmth with the least weight. Stanfield's UnshrihkaUe Underweiir comes iu sixes to perfectly fit all figurta. Kvery garment guarsa* teed alMolutely unshriukablt. tf For the Tillers of the Soil ai.faiJf.v c'tjiyrrnr: i>onts. George I'lirdy, a successful alfaUii grower of Kansas, gives the foUov. -ing tlont's to proKpeciivo ojci>orim?n-ler.s with this usoful dipping. Don't let wo�ls or gross get over six inches higli without clipping. Don't cMfi or mow when wet with rain or dew. Don't lot it .'itand  if turning yellow; cut .iivvl. Don't sow any "nurse crop.' l>on't sow old swhI. Don't sow less than S5 pounds pci' acre, one half each way. Don't sow on Inml that will not rai.'fe 250 l.nishels of potatoes ,ior acre. Don't .sow 2r> acres sow 5. Don't pasture it. hon'l put an.v of tho rotten mnn -lire .Tajwhore hut on ,vour alfalfa plot. T>oii't d.'poiMl on �'culture " caWos or .';oil frojn .sojne distof.t iV'Id. Don't lot water ever kland on it. Don't let it go if a thin sinnd, dire in more seed. Doi.'t l)e afraid you will kill \x.. Don't replough tho land, li.sc i',. wiTF.riK dok-s inma.vnoN oomr IX 'i J. A. SUDIi. Lethbridge. EBtlmates Gllven, Niecly FvrAithcd Rooms to Rent $7, $8, aiid 912 per month MRS. w. TTwAanoKN BUBDETT STREET (Troin l-'iiriM and llaiich Iteview.) ll !is aninsing lo listen to the van-ou.s o|>iniorH expi'os.sed b.v formers and tandse.ikeis regarding .the nierils of irrigation iu Western c'aimda. Tlie. concensus of opinion seems tojbe thii,i, "it is not needed," all of which goes to dcmnn�truto that the whole ;;u!.-ject is very tiiiich inisun>'-ern Canada, who would rot glad'y si>end from 50 cents to $1 per aci'e ot his crop to insure a fall of rain such time and in such fpiantity as e.xpericnco has taught him would !i most likel.v to liring perfect results? We think not. Yet this ?s v-hat irrigation moans. In many States, fa>' mors chei vastly l>etter to insuiv against ilii; lack of moisture at five and teiilimes the proiivhm-.' exacted for hail insui-nnco. Irrigation shotild l>e lecogrii/.rKl es an agricultural art of very w"id.i r.p plicability and value. Its. liSKOciat-ion with the idea of desei-t rodant'iL-ion has blinded the public mind lo its value for regions where tho naed of reclamation does not o-xlst. Iv-rigafcion is a means of soil improvement when the soil needs it. Wat .r is Hie most iinportar.'t food of planls not alone because it enters in such volume into their tissues, but because without it in adof)iHit)0 amount lha plunt can not use other foods in sm'-ficicnt f|uautity. Xo one, Quostionsthe vvi.s water, which he could often provide foi' n. mere fraction of his cxponditure for fertilizcrN, often for less annual cost than the interest 01 his Investment in iindeixtrainagv, he has ns?-lected to have ready for use, and i-e sees the hope of return for his year's labor and expenditure fade away dui-ing n few weeks of drpught. Thor^ have been cases where water has hoea stored at. considerable expoii.se oA n [>rotection against lire in barns, an-l has remained unused while sonio val 1 able crop was burning up in the ga-- jdon. Such losses are largely duo to two things: First, tho nol'ion that ir-ierlonce and by s.vstomat ic oxpcVi -inent, that growth and production can be profit�l>ly pushed by irrigat -ion even when the natural ropistiiTO scents ample, ainl in this respect irrigation aligns itself with fertilization and cull/ivation as a factor Sn intensive culture. Another error grows out of the large scale upon which irrigation is gencrall.v knovn to bo carrlwl .i|i, involving canals and ditches too expensive 'for individual undertaking; I Tho impression is mode that cons'd-orahlc capital and engineering skill (ire necessary to success; but a matter of fact ^ profitable irrigation is easily attainable by small effort,. It leiKis itself rwwilly to small individual or cooporntive undortaWng, developing water whoso prosonco may he almost unsuspected, or utJlllzlng water which ordinarily is oithor was- ted or is tt positive dolriinent when not turned to profitable .service. '-I'hi; large numljcr of small tlitches constructed in Alljcrta and Western a-kutclKjwan during the. tiry yuMrs up to 1806 dome obtained at a reasonable maintenance charge, as is inaniirin..: or any othcets At Jla.vmond this fall. Specimens of these have been forwarded to Dr. Fletcher, Fntoinologist and Uotanist at tho Central Experimental Ftirm, Ottawa and ho has idem'.lied one as the sugar lieet wab wonn, lx�.xostego .Sticticalis and the other as probably I'arugrotis Au.\ -itiaris. The web worm is well kiiovvn in the Soul hern .\ll)crta l)ei>t ills -trict, having doiiit .soine dniiia;:'o therv' hfsl .year, li is llie larvu of ii siiiull light gre.v iiiotli witii-li iiia!�i's il.s iippeuranco aliom .Mii.v unci .liii.v or August. Its natural food '.s chici'l.v lumJjii quaiteis ami ollu'j-plants of the same oivler as the fjcets. It was reported from several districts in Manitoba in 1U08 and an account of its appearance there ma,/ t>o found in Dr. Fletcher's report for thoit year. ' At'"thonefi.?d. The other o�terpillar is a lUt vorni and is to be fouml just uM'Jjr I hi" surface of tho soil. It has been doing considerable damage to the iipper parts of the licets and iio doubt also totlie tops as well. Thty aitj most active at night and may [lie found travelling about in thousands !f searcBed for with- a lantern. Their destructive {teriod foi; this year will oase as soon us the beet crop .s lifted and many may Iw fle-stroyed l>y the deep plowing m-jn -tioned above. Thotisands at present are leaving thv l)eet Holds awl io doubt many will hiljematc un.lor heaps of rubbish, frtraw, st.'>i ;.s et'.-. These will appear in spring in good i'me for the .voung Iject crops. ItKMRDIES. Since great nuuilx^rs arc moving oiV the l>eet lieUls onto the grass, iiir-rows should lie -plowed yrith tho .steep side ne.xt the grass. The worms will find it diflicult to clintH up and will (urn nnrl crawl along the r>i:--row, aii(i tf siu.all pits about (> inches are flutr every 20 f�t or so, great number."* of them will tie round every nioriviiiK- when they ran Im? do-stroyoil. IJiil.^ji.sh and heaps of 1-15f4.se and weeds .11 the vicinity of the fields .should Ih? removed or destroyctl an I in the early spring the greatest Ijen-cfit will be deri%-geaks . the hearty co-oi>oration of the fanners in order to have it destroyed at the outset. Uhert-ver a wee�l is soon it ought to be piill.'d up and burned. rnizd!i.s Foa the fahmkus. Offered by tho O. W. Kerr f the land on which crop was raised, slatir.g under oath the nam-'iKir of iicre.s and total number oi 'bushels: also have man doing the ' ;hroshing make an atlidavit. Send (these nlTidavits and .samples of gram ! lo our Lethbridge oHice -in tho Southard llloek, Jjothhridge. We will publish Ir. the Lethbridge Herald, a list of the yields as we receive them. This will bt> oiicn until Dccoml>Rr !. We will give IjilO for the finest sam pie of wheat on dtraw: %\(\ lor the finest sam)>le of barle.^- on the straw and '$i ioT'^i4ic -S'mc-st. sample i oats on tho .straw. The grain""lobc-delivered ,to our Lethbridge olllce. We are intercstcti In Sunny Souilu orn Alberta, having taken nearly 2,-000 people into the ^ country soul h 0/ I^ithhridgc and sohl 100,000 re� of land to the most progresan-e farmers from tho States, . many of whom have become settler.-*. Vji cx-Dect to sell more land during the .voar of 1907 than we did in 190H. We would like to hear from every farmer in tlio districts above luont-ioiied. giving their experience in farming in Southern .Vllerta as com-pare�l vith farming in th�! Statc.s. We wish to have them sinle ntntil>or of acres under cultivation, rpia'.iiy and quantity of diffeivnt crofis raised. In fact, wo would he pWised to receive any information rogarding fhe country in general but the farming intore.sts les of grain or 'cg-otables. wo would be pleasetl to receive them. Wo expect, to spend a couple thousand dollars advertising Southern Alberta during the coming .voar, and we -know of no liottor ad- j vertifoment. than the testimony oi i the farmers who are farming in that ' country. We oxiKict. to issue a mag- | limine entitled, "Farming iri Soiith  | ern Alberta." This will be gotten out by .Tun. 1st. Wo will pirtilish letters frotn farmers, settlors with a gre.a-t deal of other valuable in-fonmtion. If you have any pictures-of the country which would \yc suit- i able to reproduce in this magazine, j fiend them to us; pictures showing views of farms, stock, grain, build -tugs, or anything of inter.-^t. Fy.rv-ono who sends us a letter, pictipv. sample of grain, or nnythir.g of that nature, will recoiv.-^ a cop.v of this mafrazine. t). W. Kerr t'ouspany. -Main Oltloc, Minneapolis, JWiir. O, W. Kerr Company, Ilranch Odiu-. Lelhliridge, AHii., .Southard | lilock. EASTERN oe BANK capital ,$3,000,000 HEAD OFFICE W.M. FaBWEI.I, - pRESIDBNf / Jamkk M.u!Kinn'on, IGenerat. Man-^oer BESEII\C, $1,000,0110 SHERBROOKE, 55 Branches and Agencies in Iiranches lAtolv opened iu Alberta COLEMAN TABER George E. Ewing, Maua^^er Frank E. Brine, Manligeg Savinf^d Bank Dopirtinent in Coonpction (Jonpntl Banking Business Carried 4-^n| MONEY ORDERS issueil payable at par at any bank ip.^ Canada (Yukon oxeeptetl). also at principal pointa in England and U'liteJ Statas, Tates: -  ' $.-> aiwl nnder............ \W. ' $10to $30............lOi^ii *5to*l(�............... 5f $.'10 to $50............Ifio, Eastern Townships Bank, - � ;i When in acc�r of a HEAm OR 06K i STOVE Call UkdjMpw ! Stoek and you arc sure of being tatitfica : HicK OL WaKely f Tlio Loading Tinners, Plund)er8, Steam.nml * Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 1 in. . IMos iiuickly and positixely cur^''5%ii^)k\ Full ef Ntitrlment. N�v�r //^^^^c| DUappointa in tha Bahta� Sold everywhere in the Great Dominion. MltS. KDDY DYINU -n- New ^ York. ttct. 20.-Mrs. Miii-.v-liaker lOtldy, founder of the t^hrist. r ian .Science church, and one of t he most remarkable womon of her generation, is dying a^ her home in Toncord, N.li., as the result,of un incurable cancer. I ROYAL ^ HOTEL I TABER. ALTA. I Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.50 and $2.00 pM* Day OET DID or TIILSTLK. -o- Owir.g to the prevalence of Ilussian rhistle in Southern Alberta spoc r.l steps are being taken by th.'� IVpi'! menfc ot Agriculture to have it chocked Iwfore the coiintiy gets ovci-run with it.  For this purpo.se tho Weed Inspec tors south of T/iavings and east t,> Modicino llat have tioon instructiHl I to make additional inspections ofal' ithe land In thf�ir districts. Thiy httW lieon instructed to deal slr.in -I gently In this matter aR tho v\!o.l I is n very bad one. It is n plant which cau^ml many South Dakota TERlUm.E AOCIDKM'. _0- ^ ! \t1antic City. Oct. 29,--Tin' lo';,!. number .of dead in tho appallin.!; : wreck of an electric train. �hi-:.i, 1 Sunday afternoon, loaded with pii=i-sengers, plunged into ih;- \ifat,ir�iiv , separating tlie cil.v from the main- ' land, is now placed at 5.'l. Of thcsn �1$) bodies have been idonlified, nml two others i-emaln unclaimed at Llie ; morgues. The bodies of lwo';persous | i known to have lienn drowned, hive! nol heen recoverefl. i FREE BUS MEETS I ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION Tut this out and take it to any drug 5�tor� and Kt a free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach n.nJ&^^e^ ;