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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Gem Rings get with Diamonds, Rubies, Pearls, Sapphires, Topaz and other precious stones. Band Rings Signet Rings Rings for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. Call and 'see the display of Rings. C. Ross Tate The JcweJcr or Interest to the Farmer TIIK SOW THISTI E Insiwctor Jlilchfll Writes Coiioorning This Wtvil and Ihc Way to lOrradicatu it. DRMYING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the largest and best equippetl rar age business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all {parts of the city on short notice. Western Wareboose & TransHer Co., Ltd. | Office-First door south of Opera House Phone 63 !. * OU)TlJ[E IRIUGATIO.V WORKS OUR WOKK is invariably satisfactory ! We take all sorts of contracts for Electrical Work for equipping new buildings or fitting up old ones. Wiring for electric lighting, bells, burglar alarms, annunciators, motors, cooling and ventilating fans, e,tc. McKenzie & Roy Office- Redpath St. Lethbridge Phone 204 Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. (From The Ulica Press.) There is nothing anw unilcr the sun It has heon discovcrorl that irri(?g-tion worlcs existed in Arizona long before Columlius discovered America. An investigation by the Geological Survey has hrought to light the ruin of an ancient canal, twenty feet Ixi-low the present surface, consitructed in prehistoric times, and in order to I prevent tlic scorching cliniato from drinking up the water Ixifore it could be tlistributed over the fields the canal had been lined with some of cement whjch has withstood the eleinonts for ccmturios. Today iii the same country, in the vicinity of Phoc nix alone, there are more than 500 inilc�s of canals and ditches and more than 300,000 acres of cul.tivatcd fields, producing cereals and of every kind, and even tropical products for luxury as well as necessity. But the secret of the ancient canal builders who con.structed their ditches so as to save the last drop of water remains unsolved. To the Editor. Will you kindly a!,lt)W me to direct the Htlonlion of your readers to a Weed which has only ntenlly inndc its nppoarancv in Alberta. It is the 1 Perennial Sow Thistle, a plant which; is causing a gix-at �eod I and now have tl>o sow thistle arc, said to longing for the days when: they had nothing worse than the j aVink weed. A "well grown plant pro-' duces a givvit number of (low..'rs and | they in turn a givat number of scvds so that the pos.sihilily of one plant projjogating itsi'lf are mukiplied e"-. ormously. The fioxwring is yellow, very Ijike that of the d indelions, and like it alsd each seed is attachoereniiinl and run in Ihtf earth sending out shoots every few inches, so that this is an-oth(r source of rapid propogation. The plant is easily known, anil it ha.s fortunately, a few outstanding fea-tuivs by which it may be ivadily sec-ognized. The leaves are glossy given, shajvd something like tho.'^e of a dandelion, but with prickles on the edges. The ir.ckles are not \ory sharp. Ther,> is usually a cluster of flowers on Ihoj top of the stalk and the flower is from one and a half to two inches across. .M very imi)orlant point is that the (lower heads and the stalks for an inch are coveretl with a cpJan-tity of short hairs. The root, of course, is a runner, and the juice is milky, the height of tho plant is in the neighborhood of two feet. There is not much of this weed in the country yet and we don't want any nioiv. Knowing the eneni.v is half the battle and if everybody would e.xami,ne the yL'llow (lowers on their places and destro.v them when found, a great .sHep woul.d be taken towards keeping it under control. Anyone finding any of these thistles should communicate with the Department of Agriculture at Edmonton where also the plants will bo identified in cases of doubt. Thanking you in anticipation. AKOM. JriTCHELI-,, Chief Insj). of Weeds. PROP. CAMPriEI-r^ RE-ENGAGED H. W. Canipboll, who was engaged by the' nuiiisleT of agriculture .June to deliver ft SK.'rips of lectures on dry fanning in the southern part I of .Alberta, hfts been engaged again I to deliver a second series next .June in the same jilaces. His work has been greatly appreciated by the farm ers of the south. Areas hitherto considered unfit for winter wheat, are capable of producing abundant crops by the best methods of summer till- A weak stomach, causing dyspep-Isia, a weak heart with palpitation or intermittent pulse, always means weak stomach nerves or weak heart nerves. Strengthen those inside or controlling nerves with Dr. Shoop'a Restorative and see how quickly these ' ailments disappear. Dr. Shoop of  � '�� Kacine, Wis., will mail samples free. � WT _ i,, ,.,,__^,,,l,i� Write for them. A test will tell. We can guarantee you complete ^, . , . ^  , ^,  c , I Your health is certainly v|irth this SatlBtacilon. simple trial. Sold by all dealers. Letiriiige Saddlery CO. Chandler or Johnson for President. R. While You Wait IShoc Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price $1.U0. F. GERMAN West of Beutley Co. The man who is always preparing for death IS missing all there is in life. New York, S'cpt. :>0.-If Wm. Ilear.'it will givo iiis con.s-snt to candidacy of J-/ieut.-t!o\ei'nor SLurte-vaiil Cluinler and pledge his support to the ticket the Xew York dolegtt-lioii uf tlemocrutic national convention will l;e solid fcir Chanler as first i-lioic.'. Should he fail to su-cuiv the necessary two-thirds of vote.s in conveiiLinii 'j'aniaiiy will swing in lino Sor Gov. .John A. Johnson, of Minnesota, This is the story told by tho Democrats. His friends a.s.9ert that Rryan will not risk it next year in the laoe of prei^eut trend of pronounced opposition, v, age which system. constitutes the Campbell THE NEW AGRICULTURE (By Professor Rutherford Crops.) in Farm Gossip is a cause Thcivj would 1)0 no listeijtei-s. not an cITect. gossip without Minard's Liniment Co., Eiiiiitod. G�nLs,-A customer of our's cured a very bad case of di.stemper in n valuable horse by tho use of aiin-ard's Uniineiit. Yours truly, Vilaiidie Fi-eres. A. lot: of women look upon heaven us a lilttco where there are no household duties io porfortn. Sanctification is not brought about by isolation. j The law's delays are often rospon-_ 'siMc for the laws degraded. , The� is a consicVerable amronco'J� man ever did anything wrong batWeen education and knowledge. 'ls have full possession of thf fields that were once so fertile and the homo only of (.rairie grass and wild flowers. Ho thinks over the ua.sleful, reckless, metluxis of past years and Iwgin.'o to ai>pn?ciate what is nt? how can I furnish enough mui.sture for the maturing crop.' " and many others that are vital to successful agriculture- The man who tVels thcw needs is ready lo be heliwd and Ih' can by a careful s'tuily of his own farm conditions, ap-pl.v ivniedies that will reap for him larf^e loturns. In order lo get acquainted i-.hiiew fact.'^ ccncerning the problems on the farm, it is well to make the aciiuain tanc? of the be.'^'t and most success'-ful farmers in the neighborhood: They have impro\.il methods and are taking advantage of every opportun-it.v to learn moiv about ihei.- cbo.sen occupation, and aii' making it a bus-ines.s as much as the succes.s-fiil manufacturer is doinir along his line. These progressive i irniers can le of untold benefit to him. if he will but put himself in a position lo lie boa-eftled. Ln-s-t suiiiuier a farmer in southern Manitoba, after taking blT his wheal, pacVvd anil harrowed his (k'kl and not l(jiig after it was iH-autifully gitvn. t>lh�r farmers jiassing would stop to eni-uire how he had accoinplislied this. lie had j succeeilod in bringing up moislure to the little weed .sveds, sudicient to ! germinate them. These you i l;nis would 1h' ea.sily killed and during the process the soil was l)eing put in the best possible condition for next years crop. Progressive farnier.s who are actual ly making a of their work, have a splendid field in which to work. Each may be the centre of i a mutual improvement society in tiio matter of getting belter returns from the soil. The farmer's inslitutes should be very helpful aids in bringing about better results. So far. much mont. and lx>st methods of farm jjroducts. Every farmer shoul have coming to his home, one or more of the be.'�t agricultural paiiers. The agricultural colleges and experiment stations have been, and are still, busy, studying ways and means of as.^i8tiing the man on the farm to attain to better results. Manitoba now has her own agricultural college whose halls are full to overflowing with young men rich in experiences gained from actual work on the farm These young men fc^l the need of ne^' and better methods. They ara on the threshold of life, full of vigor and enthusiasm and born of a love for the country with all its clo.sene.s3 to nature and to nature's God. These young men aro the hoi>e of the new agriculture. They wil.l be in striimental in bringing about tho changes that will take place in every neighborhood in the ne.vt ten years, "^rhe.v will 1)0 centres from' which will emanate new li;o and new hoiH3 in every cqmnuinily. They nj-e learning something of tho science of the operations on the farm, and wiH combine this with practice and the standard of agriculture to such nn extent that the que.s.tion will bo raised "how aro we going to keep tho boys in the city?" in.stead of "how shall we keep the boys on tho farm? " Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. cSttccestors lo George Rogert��� YARD NORTH OF THE TRACK of Every Description les - Wholesale and Retail Lumber Shingles Doors Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts | I Lethbridge Jaber, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Coleridge kept a roaring fire under the boiler, but could not prevent the water inside fVom fiwzing. I removed tho manhole cover and found the water solid. I drilled a hole down through tho ice and found a little hot water at the bottom, btit the steam rising from it filled the hole up again and it froze up as tight as ever. I drilled a hole in the crown sheet over tho fire, hoping to get some hot water to got a cup of tea, but as the wa-�tcr run out it froze into a long piece of ice." Me gave mc a lot more of the same kind of talk, lie said: 'I once knew an engineer who used to rush the can for beer during working hours. One day while his head was out of sight in the can the boiler went out of sight into the air. As much as could bo found of tho beer-hrinking engineer was picked up and buried. Upon the svas the following touching epitaph: " 'Tarry awhile Ijcside this grave. For under this stone lies the, etc. Henoo the name, Preventics. Good for feverish children. 48 Preventics 25 cents. Trial Boxes 5 cents. Sold by ai; druggists. � MAKIXO ANANIAS BLUSH (In the Kngiiieoring Journal of Canada.) To the Kditor: I have run across some terrible pro varicutors in my lifetime, bub 1 aiii sorry to say that a man claiming tp bo an engineer can ea.s'ily claim firsit place. � Ho wandered into my engine room a short time ago. During tho conver.sation following, ho said: 'You fellows in this country,' don'jt know vlint weather is. I was in charge of a plant way out in vVlaska woy winter, and it was so all-fired cold that we couldn't raise steam. Wc got the boiler full during a mild spell when tho tempcrnturo was only about 50 degrees below aero, and than all of a sudden it camo on cold. I 'Tk� Simtt of Surtly' If you want style, nnd want it to last, be lure you get all-wool fabrics which are fashioned to shape by needlework-the only permanent shaping. The way to be sure ii to find the " Signet of Surety "-it is the Safety Trade Mark- a small thing to'look for but a big thing to find. Helps lo succeu of the Semi-ready system of tailoring have been the knowledge that honest goods and honest prices must prevail In garments which appeal to the better class of trade. If yaa can't call send for t. self-measurement blank, and order one of our lllunoz Scrgt Suits at $20. They wilj be S24 very soon. Btitonslootn SctKC Suits S35. Chestelfield OvcrcolU 120. Semi-ready Tailoring A. SOUTHARD �-th idg Returned manuscripts ate the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not soen.-Tit-Bits. If yon have "a cap'tal eye" you ought to be thankful and take great care of it. If there is anything tho matter with either, have them examined without delay. You may avert the tioitble before it is tiX) lute, and so save the ruin of your eye-sight. Wearing wrong Glasses will soon imperil your sight. So will neg'eot to wear Glasses, under the mistaken idea that you do not need them. Let us examine your eyes free of charge. We shall then be able to fit you exactly. ^ W. J. Armstrong JE-WELER ENGBAVEB OPTICIAN For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.--Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. ;