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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta A Name to Conjure Witk 0 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 such 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 business scruples. 4Tbt w�y to Lao�  ml "Smi-nmiy i* to looV for (bit Trait Muk urn tkt in�i*W pocLft of tvtrjr Semi-ready Tailoring WAKIKQ HIM Ur. The Widow-Vow, gittin' rlghtdown Mi colli, lmh honvh ttn' olu-y him |s>sltlvely good jol> ns mnnageh oti u laundry (refused toh In.1 dc laundry!-Puck. in sight. Tho Widow- Well, yo' want ten git dot out ob sight nn* fo'glt It! Man lus hus-bund had dul mime IhiIlueimi-lion but do Indy who promised ton Of Interest to the Farmer MAKING TDK HINJ>KII HICADV. (Vor' West Farmer), ft is taken for grunted that the binder hns been housed, ns soon as last Hcifsou's cutting wan flnishod and thi> canvasses removed. As cx|ierlenre lias shown, It Is for very few reasons Indeed Mutt the binder will lie worth while making ready fur -Hh> harvest, If It he loft constantly exposed to * >�� weather. When 11 was put nwny it would have Uvn well to hnveor-ins�, It should also bo cleaned off, for It not only makes the machine dirty'to work around and ugly to look ut. hut It also hides parts that should 1� examined frequently, and 4iny grit where there is frletion causes undue wearing of the Part-"cutH the. Iwarinic." To clean out the l�ear-ings, 1011I oil in which there is a Kinull amount of ordlnnr.v innchine oil may be applied in every oil nolo. It frequently happen* ths out the wet and prevents them from swell  ing. Sometime* tho outside, divider gets a twist-that causes It to bring either | too much or too little grain to the knives. In the first c�se tiio gi-ain will not �v cut evenly, a slovenly looking Job 4jetag the ivsult, nnd in the second the nwchine wilt not ha taking Ms full width. If there are tarokum slits In thwwls Ihe.V should Im roplacetl with uupll  cnte plec�>s. A plex* of heavier board tends to unbalance them, urxi If rot�ghly ptH on It not onlv eatchw the grain and carries It aloM. but in the event of loosening itself, nwy make trouble for .voti *'lth the horses 'Hie knotter Is best not to �s� tned-dletl with until It actually demands jsome �idtu:*tnient. Of course It �hotil' cleaned and oiled, nnd one should son that the needle is straight, and doe* not rub at wither ;siropcr sire, nnd of having all nuts ti.kht, and all keyed, or the threads of tho bolt cut with the cold chisel should not be overlooked. One of the most exasperating occurrences of the harvest fields Is to lose a vital holt that eunnot be induced without tho loss of several hours tiuts. This, of course, suggest* the wisdom of having a good aasortmont on hand, and also of making the rounds of the nwiehlnc at intervals when cutting to see that every �>olt and nut is in its place. In operation, no food machine man n..glects careful and systematic oiling for he knows that oil is eosmpcr than hearing* every lime. Qood even twine is another requisite to pleasant and successful operation as avery-one who has triad some of the other kind has proved for himself. As a rule, � man Just buys "cheap" tvuioo once if ho knows ft, this suggestion being made for the benefit of the man who has not yet tried it. An investment which tWa up as much capital aa * modern harvesting machine should he worthy of a Utile thought and discussion. And H- any of the suggestions cllorvd-which upon a Httle thought would occur to any man who has handled � harvester-should be helpful, our object sha',1 be .attained. Home renders might have further suggest ions and wit hhould !*� glad If they would offer fthein. IMPROVK SMAUd'.U (IHAINS. During the |nist year the work, in mprovlng the smaller grains n* ni In tho intelligent Interest taken In the work and much has been ndded to our knowledge ns n rasult. It in gratifying to note the-degree inwhlch many r>f the growers haw caught th�� spirit of I'he work unit have In-come sensiiil-.* of -the fundamental principles involved. With tlie Incrmts-'d interest in tho Improvement of strains there hns ionii> a greater tendency on the part of -the growers to conduct trials wllh a few lending Varieties of the crop of crops under consldern-l ion. noil 4S a resul't many unsuitable varieties have had to give way to others more desirable os foundation stock. The improvement and m-.iln-teitan'-o of -these superior varieties and Mtrains seems t.o offer great ad vantages. The degree to which many of our I lent varieties have lieeome mixed wiih other less desirnivlo sorts is noteworthy. The Intermixture is largely due lo carelesaness on the pari of the grourr ami to the use of lnitiro|>erly cleaned Itlnecnnt t-htvsh ing m-itchlu-'s. Some of these tin welcomed kinds mature earlier than cial seed plat o' limited area as � |tlnec whetv hi'^h class s�>tpiuitce is receiving attention, yet the work that Is lx>ibg done in f.'iin-ndu with w-hent <-uslly overshadows in importance that which is being carried on with all others us might lw extsi^Hl. The dlHiculiles which are naturally associated with an extensive sytfem of fanning ,re m-A wlih most in the great Wheat-grov-ng districts of the West. Here the wonderful fertility of -the land, the congMnlal climate, ond the immensity of the scale upon which farming operations are carried on are polent factors In promoting the -growth and s|iread of noxious weeds, insects, pests, atvd rtingmm dtousen. 'f^Vsv(rtbjt\ iiihI what M. means. Is nlrently� ^�cilif known lo the -vesiern grotvor amtAWp seriousness with which It-Is holntH looked upon Is evidenced hy the cn-aslng minvlier who orb M'elcomlf*^'..; n system which will! enable Ihcni lb' k<-ep iltese things under control. Many varieties antl Slrfl-lfls of Onts ami Hurley are also lwlngr workort upon, nivd excellent 'rosuMs arc being achieved, while such crops ns. Hoansy l'eas, Clover and Mll,let am also , receiving tlh- hjIvatrtoge frotm the lessons taught by the response of rtttr leading crops to selections thei'o-;, from of seed from the most coveted ', plants for seed purposes. The vantages of this system of maintain* Ing a blgh standard in crop raising should appeal to every grower RDMON'TOX'S ASSB99MENT. Kdmonton, Aug. 27.-Tho assess -ment of the city of Hdmonton, as appro wl by tho city council tonight, Is *2l,02O,7ilO. The wwljits from revenue other thnn taxes for. IttO? Is placed at $JH,t7d.2�. Thetolal estimate of aximMllliire for -the year Is 9212, H2P..YI. leaving 917,100.30 to �*' raised by taxes at the rirto of 1� l-� mills. ONE OF THESE WILL MAKE YOU 75 feet Corner Bompas and Crabb - $1750 100 feet Glyn south of Bompas - $2000 50 feet William, between Dufferin and Redpath $500 THESE ARE THREE OF THE BEST LOCATIONS IN THE CITY rat N. T. MHCLEOD & CO. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 1 Phone 173 P.O. BOX 679 i imniiim urn ;