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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta I WESTERN 1 WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO. Ltd. Riiilrowl Transferring, Drny. iriR mid Uonoral' DoHvuritiK. & Coal Delivered Promptly. '.' STONE FOTt SALE AGENTS FOR MeCoi utick .V CockNhiitt Machinery v Webber  and Adams Wagons Canada Carriage C'o.'s JtiiggivN, Etc. ). F. RODGERS 'Phone 63. Manager. | TRY AN |; �x� |Electric Massage! Or Shampoo | & (� I 1 ! AT THE Hotel Lethbridge Barber Shop I Most Up-to-date in town @ M. I'KIKKT .  HtOPRIETOR @ SMOKE Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. HANKAHAN MANTKAflVKliK Coming! Learn Dress-Making In four day*, or tssm fcy maM In your spars tins at honM. Mr, ami Mrs. Wm. Sander*, of the Sunders' Dress-Cutting .School, Strat-ford, Out., Can., will visit this place on date given at bottom of advertisement, and will show how you can learn to cut, fit and put together everything in dress* making. Course consists of eight lessons which are: 1st Lesson-How to take a correct measure. How to use the lillte Ladies' Tailor System to (it anyone. By the lime you are through with this lesson you will know as much about cutting as if you worked in a shop six months or a year, and gave from ij.oo to $25.00 for a system, In this lesson you test the perfect lit of system by making a waist for yourself or friend. ' �nd Lesson-How to-cut the different styles ill shirt waists. jrd Lesson-How to rut the different styles in lined waists, by draping, pleating, yokes, reveres, boleros, etc., and putting all together. Tilting and particulars to finishing. 4th Lesson-How to cut by drafts all kinds of yokes, berthas, collars, girdles and cutis. Jib Lesson-How to cut different kinds of sleeves and put together. 6tli Lesson-Kverrtiiiiig about wrappers and 1'rince.m dress. 7th Lesson-How to draft to cut skirls measurement by using the rule of system only; nny kind of skill, no matter what style, can be more easily cut than by using patterns. Hilt Lesson -iTiiithing skirts, cutting coals, etc. A tew reasons why it is the best way to learn. (1) Itecuuse, it costs 110 more than tlie making of one dress. (a) It only take* four ilsys )iersoually, or a couple of weeks by mail.. (.1) The whole funii'y can learn from system awl lessons yoil take home. (4)' 1 have Intil thirteen years' experience in dresn-ruliing and teaching, lime taught over six thousand pupils and all were more latisfird. I guarantee to give fsooloauv one who can't make a perferl lit after they are through-and you don't pnv until vou are through and are perfectly satisfied. Don't Forget to call 011 Siilurihiv. Farmers' daughters, and Indies who have worked at dressmaking, or apprentices, specially invited. MRS. WM. SAXDURS, JnveuLtr and lm>lt h, tor. Will Ik� nl tho Dallas Hotel, Uon''l clip or mow when wot with ruin or dew. Iion'l lot il stand � if turning yellow; cut'St. Pott't sow on freshly ploughed Kind no matter how nicely prepared. Pon'l sow nny "nurse crop.'' l>ott't sow old seed, Itctti't sow loss tlmu 25 pounds per acre, 0110 hnlf ouch way. l>on't sow on litnd ihitt will not raise 'J."iO bushels 'of potatoes ,ior itcro. Pnn't sow 25 ncros sow .*�. Pon't pnsturo It. Pon't put any of tho rotton man -iiro nn\where hut on >onr nlfnlfn plot. Pon't depend on "culture" cukes or Ktiil from some disturl field. Pon'l lot water ever stand on it. Don't lot it go if n thin stand, dire in more seed. P01 't, ho afraid you will kill Ii. Pon'l rcplough tha land, llv i*. tod or is a positive detriment when not turned to profitable service.. This large number of small ditches constructed in Alberta and Western S.e-kiilcltfiwiui during tho dry yours up to 1800 demonstrate the possibilities In tho way of private ditch construction. Wo merely wish in this nrtlc'.e to call attention to tho ubsurdity of '.ho cry Hint Irrljjftllon Is "not needed." Irrigation Is as miirh neetl:wl, whom it can be obtained at 11. reasonable maintenance charge, as is manuring or any other operation calculated to enhance the value of the farni'ir'i, crop. farmers to desert, their forms, iitnl Dakota men w.ll inform you lodu.v, I hut, they had to put boots or gunny .sacks on their horses' lens In order 10 protect tli-m while 'in  ting their crops, fuses have already occurrotl in Alberta where the binder has been stopped with a single wcivl Its groat danger Pes In the Immense quantity of seed U bears and in thj fact Hint, It is a tumbling weed and Ik thus liable to scatter (trillions 01 smls ftcrnss the country. In view of the Importance of th's work the Popart moil earnestly w speaks tho hearty co-operation of the farmers In oilier to have it destroyed tit tho outset. Wherever a wood Is seen it ought in 1.0 pull.'d ii|� and burned. I'OfNTKHS FOR HURT tittOWRItS -o- 'Mio following lm� l>eon rorefve.l 0yc lethbridge. tMtt/iKS I'OII TIIK PAKMrCKH. _o_ O/Torod by tho O. W. Kerr t'o. for Yields of Different tlrains. --- "Wo want to honr from farnu>rs in llnymnnd, Chnivs- from in* Department of Agriculture' ',0',n' N��ton and High Hlvor din- trlots regarding the yields of dlff.-r er.t grains In 10(MI. We are offering the following prl/.es:- The Iwst yieUI .'120 acres of wheat, cither winter or spring, we will offer n prfze of $00 in cash. The host yield of ">0 acres of outs CHOICE I n ANDIES K AKES V EST READ UNS City Bakery F.C. Coche, Prop. SAVE MONEY NOW - - 1 enn st'll you lots now iii Tulwr for $10H, that will W Bellin� at $200 in n itiontb.'s timo. (JwkI Forming Laiul for si\h �Ih>. W. F. RUSSELL Real UhUitc Agent Tabor. Alta. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. After We've Determined The len�0R you should wear I he only lenses I hat would b.� likely lo help yrii nny- you may have them put into any sort of framuayou like We haven bin Holeotion of every kind, and we will nee that the vjhtsiM'i* suit your features as well as your eyes, so that you will not experienee the least bit of ineonvoiiieuee from wear-ing them. Consult us fully and freely about your eye troubles. Wo are extra particular ubont this work, and guarantee a eorroel. scientific examination, which is al  solutely free. R.A.WRICH1 fJniduale of the Optical Institute of Uamidtt ................ ANY 1 ecu nuinbereil section �� Itmnltiluii Lairfl* In Msnltolia, SiKkiirii, and Altisrla racepilnx H a�1 3>>. nui reuivril, may be aoineaicadcil by any permiu wit 11* 1)1 ��'e hrait of * family, or any male over H yrarM of tge, 1 j the txlrni ol 011c i|ii.uttr �ccilon of liw acre*, more or lc��. Kn'ry ntuat be maile |irr�onaMy at tbe local lanU OR ce for tlie 'Itmrlct tit wiiiiii tlie IJ ml l� Itiiate. Tin- li^mentrailer In reiiulreil to imm form Hie c.lliiwlu� |>lai>w : I. At liaal n'x monitm' reNldenre ii|miii auil . cultlvat: >u of the laiul lu each year fur: three ' year*. ' i. If father (�rrr other, If Ibe father U : deccaael) o( the home leader r. aldea ii|�on a farm In lb* viclolty or iha laud enteied for thr requireisenta a* to rcaldence may be attended by aucl� feraon icaldliig wlih tbe faKitr or potbei. 3. If 11.*elder baoblapernanenl rcaldence upon farming laud owned uy him in the vtcln- j liyofhlnbomeatead. the ret,ulrep cnl� aa to realdenee mar be aaiutleil by rekldence upon the aald land. ill niouhk' noilrr In willing aliould be glvru . in the Oommlaafoiier of Uamliilon l.artiia at Ottawa of Intention to aouiy fin- patent W. W. OUKV. t Deputy of the MlulHter uf the Inleiliir. Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AfiENTS Office-Second Floor Southard Bluk Post Office Box 3 elephone No. 122 Plastering! Plastering I Ploinond : Ornt>men(til Plastering. , i J. A. SLADt, Lethbridge. Eetlmatos Given. > Cold-proof 1 Underwear Stanfield's Underwear is made of long, silky, Nova Scotia wool-the finest iu tbe world for Underwear. The superior quality oX^| wool-together with the peculiar knit of the garments -give the greatest possible warmth with the least weight. Stonfield's Unshrinkable Underwear come* iu sue� to perfectly fit all figures. Kvery garment gttaraa* teed absolutely unsliriukable. �� Nicely Furnithed Rooms to Rent $7, $8, nml *12 por month MRS. W. T. WACJTIORN IIUKOETT STREET WIIKUK IKiKH lltltlUATION' f"OMI-'. IX -i -o- (l-'roni Knrni and Unnoh lh-vU�w.) Il ' vul'i-oiik oi'inioi h i-xiMioswd hy funnel's ,iti.I landsiv'kprs rcjjnivliiiff tlm merit." of Irriniition In Wostorn f'�na�ln. Tlw i'oncciwnw of opinion mviiih toilio th.ii "it is not nmlwl," all of which goes to Oi'innRitriilrt thnt tho whole nn!>-jeet Is very liiut'h iniRiitiilcrNtnotl. Is thoiv a farmer unywhoro \n \\'�>fti'oni Cnnnthv or. for lhat matter, in Ku*'-orn fanailn. who would roi itl.el'y s|�onx|m>rii>nr,> has tiiuglil hi in would ! 1 must likoly to lirlng porfoct rwiulls'.' W.-think not. Yet this vlmt irri- llfntion means. In many States, f.i' on'in ilitvrfully 1 my up lo *>0 rents per acre for insurance against de- {struct ive hailstorms and, at ill* same lime, fully realize lhat drotitf.'il j Is after nil the arch enemy of ih.-> farmer, and that'll would pay ,ihe"i vastly iH-tter to insuiv uguinst 1 In-hick of moist tire at live and lenlimes the premluir omu-i-nI for hail iiisiir nnce. Irrlpitioii should ls plunt ran not use other foods in si,'-ilrieni ((iiuntity. No one questionsihe ! wisdom of the savlno; and stor'iij; ! manures, nor I he wisdom of jrenero-is loullay for commercial fertilizers wh,;n riH|uired. The Mime Ik true of soil improvement hy nvenns of drainage Tiiere should l>e a similar feeling in reKard In irrigation. The most diligent culture and the most generous feitili/.iilion are oft mndi> of no avail Iu humid district where the soil is worn out, and art mil loss Is som.-tim.'S inciirrod hecnuse the iiirmer has not prepared hlnise!: to supply water when needed. I'll, water, which he could often provide for a morn fruction of his expenditure lor fort Ill/era. often for less cost than the interest 01' his Invi-si-uient in undeiilrninage. ho has n>.�-fected to have rearl.v for use. nn.l i-e pees the hope of return for his year' luhor mid expenditure fade nway die Mng n few wtvkK of drought. Thi-r. j have lieeu caseH where waler hus hee.i stored at consideralde ex[y prnctiml experience and hy systematic expe"i nient, tluit growth and production I can he profitul>ly piihhwl hy irriffnt  j ion even when the nntural nwiiwluro seems ample, and In this respect ! rigation aliiins its�-li' with fertiliz-it J ion and cultiivnt ion as a factor in in I tensive culture. I Another error grows out of ihe large scale upon which irrigation is generally knovn to lw cnrrte*l --e involving canals and ditches too tx pensive for Individual undertaking The impression is nuwle that consd orahle capital and engineering skill are necessary to sticcpss; hut a mat ter of fact profit able irrigfttion at ICrimonton. There nrc at least two kinds of caterpillars attacking the sugar liccts al Ituymonil this fall. Hpeci-tnens of these have henn forwareot we'll Hest yield of ."0 acres of larlev, worm, Ixixestege Sticticalis and lhe,?2ri.0ft ensh. other as probably I'urngrotis Aux-l 'n competing for ihii nhovn pri/e.s iliarls. Tho web worm is well kno-vn Tl is necessary for parlies compel � iu the Southern Alberta beet discing to make tin atlldnvit, givii.g the irlct, Inning dun,, some damage name, I'.O. address, li-gal d-script  EASTERN TOWN ^ BANK 4 f $1 CAPITAL ,�!1,000,000 HEAD OFFICE - -Wm. FARwer.r. m m BtsEitVE, $1,000,000 SnEUBKOOKR, PBRSfOBVT .Iammr Maiikinnon, IGrnrrai. Manaoeh 55 Branches and Agencies in Canada llraimhtni lAtoly opened in Alberta COLEMAN TABER (ieorgo E. Ewing, MnuaKcr Frank E. Brine, Man�gejr|| SftvitiKit Bank Ocpirtint-Mit in Connection =� 3USEF A tlonornl Bunking Business Carried jpni MONRY OKDEKK iasued payable at par at any bank ipi Camitlit (Yukon oxwptedh also at principal points in Riiglund mid U'litcJ Slatf.'a, rateB: " 1 � S5 aivl miliar............ He ' $10 to $30............tW $5 to $10..-............. .V $.'10 to $50............16tf* Eastern Townships Bank, llieiv last year, small light gre.v its iippeuriim'e attotit .lln.i mid .I'li.v or August. Its milurnl food -s chiefly UiKibs quarters and other plants of 'the same order us the '>eets. Jt was reported from sever.'I li is the bti-Mi of n of the land on which crop was 11101I1 uhii-li iiui'm-s raised, statir.g under oath the nuin-In-r of iii-res and total number of bushels: also hnvc man doing the '.hivshing make an allldtivit. Send these ufodnvils and samples of grnin lo our Ix-thbridge olllce in the South-districts in Manitoba In IMOH ami on jurd Hlock, Ix-lliliridge. We will pub-iicconnl of its appearance there may j �l"h Ir the lA>thbrldRe llerahl, a list he found In l>r. Fletcher's report j"!- Hi� yields as we receive th.-m. �or that vear. ]Thl* will U> open until IK>oomlx-r t. At"!lie V:�sent time the attack is' We will give $10 for the finest .san. about over bni"t1iv ^""ets are not Ho tif wheat on ill raw; 10 for the dead hy nny means, for ihcy cnii finest sain]de ,f barley on the straw-found in thousands in the so.l en- i and >i�> iV�T'-kiw finest sample *>r cased in their silken cocoons. The, oats on the straw. The grain lohe- earth sticks closely to these ard jdeliverwl to our Lethbridge olllce. they just look like little pieces of | we are interested in Sunny Sonih stick or root ahout 1J to 2 Inchon 1 ern Alberta, having tukon nearly a.-They are usually placed up-jOoo [icople into the country south In the ground ami on Hg'ntlV|f lx>iM>ridge and sold I on. 000 : expect to sell more laiul during ili>-year of 1907 than we did iu lllud. We would like lo hear from every fanner in the districts above inent-loiusl. giving their experience iu farming in Southern Allerta os com- SB... I* ear ami it Is during the second ! pared villi farming in the States that tho greatest amount of iUuimx�� Wo wish 1(, lmvi -',f '"'|es under cultivation, ipm'.ity Ing may be hencOcial. - i""'1 'l>'nntity of dliTeivm crops rais- At this season and in early spring ^'1- In fact, we would l.e p'onseil to ; Imim-iiRe numliers of the cr�>atur.-s rec.-ivo anv infonnat ion n�gaixllng I may tie destroyed by deep plowing. ",0' rountry in genenil but the farm! hut as it is of course impossible to ''"J Interests Mi particular. If you j destroy every one In this way. a ha\e 1-holit? samples of grain or t�ib|.-�. we would be pleased to re- i the apponninco of Ihe small ,inlvp t,�,��- We expect to spend a on the underside of the leaves n;ti [' �"l�le thousand dollars advertising: May ami -luw\ when they run --e Southern Alberta during the coming sprii>ed. |your, and we know of no t,otter ml- The other caterpillar >s a , ut ' vertis-mnent limn the leslimoiiy i>i vorm and is to lie found Just uutl �r! the farmers who are forming in that Ihe surface of the soil. It has been 'rountry. We expect to issue a inng-doing considerable damage to the t,Mn" �*ntitliil. "KamiIng in South-upper parts of Ihe lieets and no �'rn Alberta.'' This will l.e gotten ' '��� We will mrollsh ntv most active al night and limy |hc ,��* * 01-9* from farmers, net t lent with' found travelling ahout in thousands nm mid Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 11U puRiry mouR lioiusi above, 'thousands at prcsei.i are leaving the licet fields and 10 |one who s.-nds us u letter or anything of interest. l-:v,-r.v- picture. doubt man\ will hibernate tin ler ,"ninpl" of grain, or nn.\ thit ish and heaps of ref is., and weeds n the vicinity of Iho fields should he removed or I r.-|i. Iliginboi11 -1 �  1 ,V Jk Convincing Reason Why the Fiiis\-;t J)rc;;il is reailily tinu!.-, c\v:t by tl.v- i::>...;.cri-enced housewife, from PURirV FLOUR Il is manufui,turcd entirely from the choicest Western Canada Hard Wheat in the newest and most most modern milling iihtiit in the world. Full *f Nutriment. N�v�r i\ DUappvlnta In tha ftaklac S MltS. K.HHV liVINti -n- Xew^Vork. Oct. atl.-Mr linker Ivdd.\. founder of ihe iau Science church, nnd one of most remarkable women of her gin-; oration, Is dying av her home :n Concoixl, X.I!., as the result of mi incurable cancer. I ROYAL * HOTEL TABER. ALTA. cbSKr/'lltvinc & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day i Timitini.i-: Acnni-'.xr -o- Atlantic City. ()ptionally fi;�.� Dnvor. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & COl TELEPHONE 2t � e � ' ;