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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Ringsi Rings f Gem Rings set With Diamonds, Rubies, Pearls, Sapphires, Topnz 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 Jeweler Of Interest to the Fanner TIIK SOW TIIIS'P 10 turns fop his lnbm\ Alrci,- he finds thiii his wasteful methods niv telling. IK1 is dismayed that the yield is gradually mill steadily decreasing; that tin- i|iinllty is not up to tlmt of former i'i-o|is; tlmt wild nuts, nnist-nnl. French weed, perennial sow thistle null othi'i' noxious weeds hnve Insiwclor Mitchell Writes Concerning \ fu, ,'^.^i,,,, 1)f ,)v, n,.|,|s (hat wore This Weed nnd the Way to I ,,,.,, ,, lVl.,iu. ,,,, ,|,. homo only of .(-v.*.:~xn.:�:~>*.x**>x>^ DRRYING. x If you wish dmying or moving of any kind douo, call ou us. We have the largest and best equipped forage 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 Jparts of the city on short notice. t X y t ? t t * y t y x \ Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd. j Office-First door south of Opera House Phone 63 '., ectril ouitimk ihhiciatiox woiiks I'HO!'. II 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 aud ventilating fans, etc. McKenzie & Roy Office- Kedpath St, Lethbridge Phone 204 Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on haud. We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. Lethbridge Saddlery co. While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. (From The I'llcii 1'ivss.) There is nothing new under ilu� sun It has been discovered that irrigg-Ifun works existed in Arizona long before ('olUllllitlS discovered Allll'l-itU. An investigation liy tin- (ieologicul Survey has brought to light the ruin of an ancient canal, twenty feet Ihv low the present surface, const ruct.-d |) \y in prehistoric times, and in order to jlV t|, prevent tlie scorching cIitmit>> from Juin drinking up the water before it could lie distributed over tin' fields the canal hud been lined with sonit' kind of cement which has withstood the cleiui-uts for cuturies. Today in the same country, in the vicinily of l'hoe nix alone, there are more than "iHO miles of canals and ditches and more than anil.not) acres of cultivated fields, producing cereals and grasses of every kind, and evon tropical products for luxury us well us necessity. Hut the secret of the ancient canal builders who constructed n heir ditches so us to save the lust drop of water remains unsolved. Krrudleiite it. To the Kditor. Will you kindly ntyow nie to diivct the attention of your readers to a ivpcd which has only invently made its uppeurance in Alberta. It is the Perennial Sow Thistle, u plant which is causing a givnt deal of trouble in Southern Manitoba, Kver> boily knows what stink weed is and how-it has driven fanners olT their holdings In parts of Manitoba, but. men who were wel,t used to the stink weed and now have tIk* sow thistle are said to lie longing for the days when they had nothing worse than the stink weed. A Well grown plant produces a great number of Mowers and they in turn a gi-eat number of se-ds so that the possibility of one plant propoguliug itself are multiplied enormously The llowering is vellovv, very Ijike that of the d mdeMons. and like it alsit each seed is attached to !n pappoiis or parachute, by me ins of ; which it is esily rut-ruid by the wind ! and seittered all over the country The roots are |iei-cnniul and run al-i Hi! in thtf earth sending out shoots every few inches, so that this is nil-oth.r source of rapid propogut ion. , ! The plant i.s easily known, and it has i fortunitel.v , n few outstanding fea- ; i lures by which it may l>e ivudily sst success' ful farmers in the neighborhood: They have improved methods and are taking advantage of every opportun-il.v to learn more about the,.- chosen occupation, and ii'-e making it a business as much as the successful manufacturer is doine along his line. These progivs-.i\e tinners can le of untold benefit to h.m. if he will but put himself in a posiiion to be benefit, si. Last summer a farmer in southern Manitoba, alter taking oft j his wheat, pac i and harrowed his field anil not long after it was Ix-mitifull.v giivn t>th.-r farmers pass ng vvou'd stop to eliouire how lie had acconiplisleil this lie had succeeded in brinemg up moisture to the little weed se.ils. sutllcient to germinate them. These vo, . leMits would Ive easily killed and during the process the soil vmis lieing put in tiniest possible condition for next years crop. ! Progressive farmers who are actual ly making a success of their work, have a splendid field in which to work. F.ach may be the centre of a mutual improvement soeiet.v in the matter of gelling letter returns from the soil. I 'The larnier's institutes should *��' very helpful aids ill bringing al out iK'tler results. So far. much  f the1 ; good accomplished bv them has been I indirect as the usual audieii'e a', en' i institute i.s made up of the older rieii [ ami often those have retired actual farm work. 'They ere ested becuu.se I hey have nvesi at stake. Too fivipiciit ly the and hired men are left at in some pultry re.ison, and only ilentallv do they ever heir the cussioiis thai look place. Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. YARD hiccettort to George Rogtr%^^^^'^^^ NORTH OF THE TRACK Builders' Supplies of Every Description Wholesale and Retail Lumber Shingles Doors Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts | LethbridgeJaber, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Coleridge kept a roaring fire under the boiler, but iMulId not prevent the water inside from freezing. I removed the manhole cover and found the water solid. 1 drilled a bo1.- down through the ice and found a little hot water at the bottom, but the steam rising from it filled the hob- up again and it fro/x- up as light us ever. I drilled a hole in the crown sheet over the fire, hoping to get some hot water to get a cup of tea. but as the wilder ran out it froze into a long piece of ice." lie gave me a lot mure of the same kind of talk, lie said "I once knew an engineer who used to rush the call for beer during working hours. One , ilny while his head was out of sight in the can the boiler went out of '"� "C sight into the air. As much as could ulei- | t. found of the lilil up Lctlibri(iKt> ami a local industry by patrotiiziii^ Oliver't P .uiiug ami Lumber Mills. J Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Hound aud Bom pas Streets  X Telephone 153 X General Teaming. When you require your gardens twMi'MKi.i, it*: i:\c.\t:i:n The gooil fennels have a work to do in putting forth greater elTorts to interest the poor ones in these agents that may furnish them mat -riul help in the vvav of methods, nnd enthusiasm ami inspiration in the work that bus sivmed to them but Campbell, who was engiigcd mii.isler of ngrifulture last to deliver ft s"t\ei of lectures on dry farming in the southern part of \lberta, has been engaged again drudgei.v. to deliver a s-econd ser'ies nc.\t .lufie ugrii til t lira I press should I e. work has aMI| js a power for good to those the farm wlul inke ads milage of il. Its pages its of the south. Areas hitherto con-, eonlain the Int sid-red unlit for winter wheat, are gurd to tin in the same places. His been greatly appreciated by He left while analyzing a can of beer. (The tear is for tin.' wnsted beer.) "On lhe other sale was this affecting verse: " 'Can of beer, Jloiler in air, l'.nginoT gone, Cunt tell where.' with u dazed look of wonder on his face interrupted ut this point. "Say mister." he said, "you ure wasting your time at engineering. What you want is to get ti job on the circulu- ^ ^ tion department in n newspaper otttre ^ oloujjlltnl, your ynnls ell'aillHl lip, nnd I win wwear you will raise the Dollars (lute;, or any other teaming i-irrulation report a million a dny." :lone, SEE US. or phone 201, or Friend, he answered, "I may not '.rop a i�8t card in the ofliee, your bo exaetiy truthful, but piuase don't order will receiveonr prompt atten-hint ut such a thing-it is sacrilege. ClOll. COAL lllltst bo JMlid for in delivery. Residence and stable wist of the liarracks. VVM. TAY.LOII, Why, I nin "a model of truthfuliiehs in comparison to one of these gentlemen. They ure u grand class of men in fact, the.v an' |>eri'ection. J uni but n liunble leiirnei\" T1UJUXV. Lethbridgo A weak stomach, causing dysiiep-slu, ii weak heurt with pulpitution or intermittent pulse, ulwnys means weak stomach nerves or weuk heart nerves. Strengthen those insiihj or controlling nerves with Dr. Slump's ltestorutive und s^ve liow ipiickly these uilmonts disap|>oiir l>r. Shoop of Hucitie, Wis., will mu.il samples free. Write for them. A test will Udl. Your health is certainly v�irlh this simple trial. Hold by ull dealers. Chandler or Johnson for President. capable of producing abundant crops by the best methods of summer lill-which constitutes the Cumpliell system. THE NEW AGRICULTURE (Hy Professor Rutherford in Furin Professor nutherford Crops.) Men's shoes Boled aiul heeled in 30 minutes. Price $1.1)0. New York, s.pt -J''. -If Win. K Hearst will (live mm consent to the calid.dacv of 1 Jem . I;, ,\,iuor Slurte-viiiu Chauier .uni pie.ly.. his support lo the ticket the New York delegation of democratic national convention u.ll le si lei for (.'hauler us first cho.ee. Sliouid lie fail to .v-cuiv the necessary two-thirds of voles hi coiiv cut ion I'aiii.ni.v will swing in ton John A Johnson, oh F. line for Minnesota. This by the Ikeltiorruls Sinco the Canadian Central West wns ojicned for settlement there Ins been a muaily tide of settlers flowing in from the older provinces, Ureut Britain, several lOuropean countries, und from the United Stutes, ull with their own object to secure u portion of the great fertile belt on which to grow whent. These settlors, like nil pioneers so fur us agriculture is concerned, huve Ihvii in n little measuiv soil robbers. The soil of the prairies wus iinin-ns-ely rich in nil the constituents necessary for the growth of pltmn. The climate favored the production of hard wheat. Markets, transportu-j tion facilities, ease _ of proline! ion. I and many oilier furors have combin-! ed to encourage th,; production of this one cereal. ! Th,. continuous (Topping of rs. The agricultural colleges und eX|>er-iment stations have been, und are still, busy, studying ways und means To check u cold ipiickly, get from " 'Talking about Alaska," he con' your druggist some little Candy Cold tinned, it is just us bad in (he other Tuhlets called Prevent ics. Druggists way in the summer. When the hot weather comes around we just remove purl of the boiler roof und u,-low the sun to pluy on the boiler. This keeps the steam up nicely, but we hnve to l*> careful not to exposo very much of the boiler for feur It would get overheated and blow up. I've henrd of fishes swimming up ri. ver leaving u cloud of dust bohiml them in dry weather, but up there tho water is so dusty you can't see. the fish. And during tho ruiny sea- of assisting the man on tho farm to son. I tell you it is fearful.' I ran attuin to lietter results. Manitoba * one-inch pipe up through tho roof now- has her own agricultural college, and tho rain canto down ho fast that everyw hi-re are now- dis|h>nsing Prevent ics. for they nre not only safe, tint, decidedly certain und prompt. Pn-ventics contain no ipiinine, no lax ntive, nulhing harsh, nor sickening. Taken at tho "sneeze stage" Pre-ventics will prevent Pneumonia, Uron chilis. Im Gripim, etc. Hence the name, Proventics. Ciood for feverish children. 48 Preventlcs 25 cents. Trial Hoxes 5 cents. 3old by ulj druggists. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. next year in the the story told encroach upon the feeding ground of His close friends the plant und rob i-t of its water and the product that aoe of pivsi-tit trend' often-tiines it is unfit to suit any whose hulls are full to overflowing with young men rich in ex|ieriences gained from actual work on the furm These young men fix-1 the need of ni-w and Uiiiiit\. They ure learning soniething of the science of the opera-lions on the iiii'iii, and w ill^ cumbiiie tliis with practice and the stanilanl of iigriculi ure to such an extent that the (pies-tion will be raised "how are we going lo keep the boys in tho city?" insteiid of "how shall we keep the boys on the farm'.1'' enough would go into tho pi|>o te keep tho boiler suppHed. And it came down with Buch foroo that it would go into the boiler against one hundred pounds steam pressure; nnd even then I sometimes found it necessary to leave the two-Inch blow-cock wide open becuuse the water came in too fust during a heavy full." The fireman who had lx?en listening Returned manuscripts ate the substance of things ho|h-d for, tho evidence of things not seen.-Tit-Hits. Sins up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE ol pronounced opposi-t ion. -*- The man who is ulwnys preparing for death is missing ull there is in lire. Gossip is a cause not nn effect. There would be no gossip without listeners. A lot of women look upon heaven as a placo when.- there are no household duties -to perforin. , There is a considerable diffcrenco butween education and knowledge Mmard's Liniment Co.. Limited Hems,- \ customer of our's a very bad case of distemper in Use ol valuable horse b.v the ard's Liniment. Yours truly. \ dandle Fivie; Suni-t i lieu I ion by isolation. not brought about market demand. Plants grown on depleted soils lose the r vigor and vitality und liecoine cured 'constitutionally weak and veiv v.vs-ceptible lo the attacks of plant dis-Min-j eases such as smut and rust, both of which either totally or purliully hMuht the farmers' prospects. A single crop favors the ins el jiesls such as em-worms, joint-worms, potato beetles and others that w-'ik MAKIXC, ANANIAS IlLL'SU (In the l-'ngiiicering Journal of Canada.) To the r'ditor: " Thf Sifnti of Surely '* Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations Coal mining rights of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental ot $1 an aero. Not more than 2,5(50 acres will bo leased tc one applicant. Application for a lease must bo made to tho Agent or Sub-Agent of tho district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be deseribed by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and If you have "a cap't.ti eye" you in uusurvi-yed territory tho tract I ought to l>e thankful and take i appliwl for shall be staked out. i great cure of it. If there is any-j Kaeh application must be ac-! thing the matter with either, have conipaiiied by a fee of $5. which j them examined without delay. You ! will be refunded if the rights ap-' may avert tho trouble before it is | plied for are not available but not 1 have run across some vui'ieutors in my lifetime, but 1 um i sorry to say that u man claiming to be an engineer can easily claim first If you want style, and want it to last, be ure you get all-wool fabrics which are fashioned to shape by needlework-the only permanent shaping. The way to be sure is 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 to success of the Semi-ready system terribl) 1 1 �' ,aUor'n*1 'lave *,cen t'10 knowledge that '. '." honest goods and honest prices must prevail in garments which appeal to the better class of trade. Tho law's delays are often responsible for the laws degraded. No man ever did anything wrong until he started in thinking 0f soniething wrong. Only those who uro afraid of ing poor really become rich. bo- MINAKDiS BL'itNS, Ki'C. LLVIMKNT CUUES place. lie wandered into my engine room a short time ago. During the such destruction to the crops of the' con versa I ion following, he said: 'You farm. As has been slated above, the pioneer becomes almost of necessity, a soil robber. He can scarcely help himself. IliHlory repeats itself nil over the central west of both the I'nited Slates and Canada. The t'iiue comes when the man on tho farm is forced to consider ways and mouns of securing grouter ro- fellows in this country,' don't know v hat weather is. ] was in charge of a plant way out in Alaska way last winter, and it was so all-ilred cold tlmt we couldn't raise steam. We got the boiler full during u mild spell wli.-iii the temiK-rature wus only about 50 degrees below aero, und then ull of a siuldon it cuino on cold, i If roa can't call send lor a selr-measurenivnt blank, and ordr! onv of uut Ulunoz Srige Suili al J30. They wIII be $24 very loon. Itraunvltxirn Setge SuUi 135. Cbetttirkld Ovricoau >20. Semi-ready Tailoring A. SOUTHARD * -th idg too late, and so save the ruin of your eye-sight. Wearing wrong Glasses will soon imperil your sight. So will neg'ojt to wear Glasses, under the mistaken idea that you do not need them. Let us examine your oy< s free of charge. We shall then be able to fit you exactly. VI. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN -Agent for BELL PIANOS L H. FOWLER & CO. nunc nil lllacksniithlng and Horseshoeing. Now buggies to order, ourringt) painting, ull kinds of woodwork in wag- ns, windmills, fanning mills, cream suptu-atoiB, grain piuklors. bla-tU- inith coal. LETHBRIDGE. ALBFHTA otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merclmiilablo output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Evory lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that etl'ect at least once in each year. The lease will include tho coal mining rights only, but the lessee may bo permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may bo considered necessary for the working of the mine at tho rate of $10 an acre. .For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. \V. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. ;