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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta A Name to Conjure Widi. Q Semi-ready Tailoring is expressive. It means "almost ready-can be finished to measure in two hours." It means, further, that mens clothes are made on the Physique Type System, which ensures a correctly designed coat for every shape of man. ^ '* Semi-ready" has attained tucli prestige among gentle* men who dress well that it is a name to conjure with -and buyers have to be on their guard against clothiers who have a painful absence of businesa scruples. ^TIm way to laow  nil "SMM-lMJjr" ii to look for ibit TratU VUA, wwa ga tilt iaiU* fockit of tvwy i Semi-ready Tailoring WAKING HIM UP. The Widow-Now, gdttin' rigbUlown tell cold, huh'cl (acts, Moso, what am vou' prospec's? The Suitor-Mah doah. I'sio got a liCoomls 'to hokl niosstutv, which, in turn, causes the noial |�arts to rust iinairs could \w oMiorod away In advance of tho time when thoy would actually l;e noodod. Even if this has l>ean dono, it will be Wfill to give tho machine a thorough swePuinC and dusting, as it i� sui� to have catherod consith the fmme and is tight upon its axle. The rollers on vhich the elevator or even thu table canvasses run may not be squaiw, owing to some strain that they have been subjected to, or to tha loosening of nuts or bolts. I( this should tie. the canvfiases will give trouble. It is well, therefore, to siiuare up thcae parts with an ordinary sguare, and see that each runs true before the canvasses ara put on. j Soinotinies the table or platform ' g>9ts a dent in tho bottom from ao* ing over a stone. Unless it is Hat-; tcncd out, this bulge w^^ill not only interfere with the rlinning of the table canvas, tout wiU'also cause H toweer I unduly. ViroVm and misuing slats on jthe canvas jfre usually a snare. It liays to iioe thst c.nvh canvas has Hs full comrilenxnt of boon thf� rollers, to dry ��-fore the canvass �oes on, not only prcKcrvas them, *iMt koaiw out the wpt and prevents thorn from swell -ing. Somctimas tho outside divider RWts a twietttmt causes k to brine father | too much or too little grain to the I knives. In the flrnt Case tlie grain'-will not U# ct>t evenly, a slovenly iookiitig Job 4jpina the ivsult, and in the second the machine will not be taking Hs lull wHfth. If there art* torotonn slats in thermis they should bn rdplaood with dupH  catc piea's. A nleoei of heavier board tends to untwlance them, and if roughly twrt on It not ani.v catcH*s |the grain and carries It aloK. but in the. event of loonroin� itself, n�ay make trouWe for .vou ith the hoi-scs IIjis kflottcr is best not to \in nwd-dlcfl with until it actually demamis son�e adiu.'*tm�ciit. Of wmiisc it should be thoroughly clennefl and oiled, and one should nee tluit the needle is .ii�t �a� modem bar\'esting niachin� should he worthy of a Utile thought and ttiscusaion. And if- any of tl^ HUggeations offered-which up. on a Uftle thought would occur to any man who has hasilted a harvest-er-should be helpful, our object sha',1 be atta'inod. Some readers iiiiglit have fui*thcr suggestions and wu fchould be glad if they would olYor flhem. IMPROVi; 9.M.\lvLi;i{ (MIAINS. During Hie iwst .year Iho woik. in mproving the smallnr grains ,s conducted tmdcr this Association has made a steatl.v anil very material an't in tho intelligent intniest taken in tho work and muclt has lieori nddcs. The ilsgrue to w^iich many of our liCKt varieties hn^'e liecomt^ m'ixe*! with ivther less desirable sorts is notewoithy. T'he interm>ixture is largely duo to carelessness on the part of the grower orilnK>�t im?H>�8ib!e to secure with certainty atrong. healthy, pure and uniform flood of high quality in the ordinary nwnnei'. This fact explains the grow Ing popularity of the special seed 'plat of limtted area as a plpws whciv hi',ih c'ass sockI may �be procured. The using of onl.v 'tlio 'lx�st obtainable s�k1 on clean nnd well prepared soil, allowinj; tiw crop to thoroughly ripen making it possible to select sooii by hand f'om stonding plants of de�ir -able tyijos anf acre iimlcr his comli'l lon.s than ar. While any crop of ccmi*iderablc con-seeotc(l. Tho tlitlicultics which are naturally associated with an extensive .system of fanning ^re mijt with most in the great Whcat-grov-ng districts of ihp West. Here the wonderful fertility of the lami, t'ho congmia^ climate, ond the �immionsi'l..v of the scale upon which farming operations are cari'ietl on are |h>tent factors in promoting the .growth uud spread of noxious woofis, insects. riesls, rttid.fuilg�)us'dh*.>�!!t(o|t the.so things imder control. Man.v v.irlct.'tcs and strains of Oats: nitd llnrley nn> also Insing. worked.:; upon, ami e.xcellent ivsuMs. arc ihcing;: achii'verl, while such crops as: JieanX;' I'Ciis, Plover and Mil,let are i>ahn. 'rirreivjng tlv s'llvantage fronv the leoi'r' sons taught: by the response of �i our; leading; crops to selections, thoro ii I from of seed from tile most-covetod ,; plants for seed purfjowa. The ad-vnntogM of. this syttem of maintain  ing a Mgh standard ia Crop raising hhould appeal to every grower. ^ . EDMONTON'S ASSESSMENT. Ednmnton, Aug. 2?.-The assem* nient of ^he city of tOdmonton^asap*: proved by tho cit.v council tonight; Is $21,920,730. 'riie recei pts from vesr cmic other than taxes for 1907 Js placed at �a4,170.2�. Thetotal'esti'^ mate of cx|ip�diture for the year $212, a29..14, leaving $17,150.%1 4k> rHi.<4�l by i:V 1-3 mills. 1.1^" IIP ' I' is taxes at the rate 'of Hertba fendrytMptbl cMlttn JMt  aafb bm*' You can safely use Royal Crown Laundry Soap whieh lace curtaiiis, dainty lingerie, expensive blouses, and all manner of delicate fabrics require the cleansing influ* enne of^an extra good soap. Same price as ordinary MADE ONLT BT TK ROYAL CROWN. LioUted wntmpcG. Sant the wJippera-ihey are wrth montjf. aNEOF WILL MAKE VOD 75 feet Corner Bompas and Crabb - $1750 100 feet Glyn south of Bompas - $2000 50 feet William, between Dufferln and Redpatli $500 THESE ARE THREE OF THE BEST LOCATIONS IN THE CITY N. T. M H G L. E O REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE I Phone 173 P.O.BOX679 i : IMIMI...............illliff ;