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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pape 8 THE LE'fllKiaDnE HERALD FrUlay, Docenibor 5, li Here's Something of Interest to the Ladies of Lethbridge This Offer Open Tomorrow and Next Week Only No Extra Charge For Metal' lined flour bin, equipped with sifter-- metal sugar bin-crys- tal glass coffee, tea, salt, and spice jars with patent air-tight lids, metaUlined bread and dish and supply. cupboard --pot-arid kettle cup- board. Big Aluminum Table Extension top table is covered with pure al- uminum-5-not poison- ous zinc or nickel. You have knife and linen. drawers, pan racks, .bread and meat board pin rack, han- dy utensil clock face list. The .cabinet apart to tight when hot .in use. The Southern Alberta Farmer His Financial Obligations and Ability to Engage in Mixed Fatming-Atticie 5. Workers in Homes Club s >w.l t; T> f" V VV -i, been trying {eTgel siiflicii'iirslock for Urn Hoffsier Cluh. all over town.havc Iwcn wj.iiling Vrhc Hoosievs.are here! For monlhs we've I: patiently. -v v Your opportunity has arrived. Tomorrow you'and a few melh'ods. Tho step from exclusive grain srowing lo miied farming as understood lo Imply stock ralslug must be a gradual one. Tho farmer has to have Ihe money aid apparently he must make It out of grain. If that is so he has to make up his mind to go slowly for present liabilities have to bo greatly' reduced 'peloro there could he.any hope of a renewal oi credit. If tlio farmer has lo depend on growing grain lo make tlio iiouoy to reduce llnblllly and get the means ot buying Block how highly Imperative It Is that he devote pan of bis tlni cadi year to following tlio plow. 1 thcro had been any doubts as lo the efficacy of ttie method or tho sound ness of this advice, a'trip over the country two or tlireo times during Hlr season removed tlfj doubt. Tho-writ er challenges any opponent ot summer fallowing to point out ono area In the wheat map of the south vhsro Ihero a general good, crop wlllwut mer fallowing. No reference is tein- nia'de to tlio isolated Held whlcU di wtll. Tbat has nothing to dp with the case. What Is being coatendc is that aVe for aero the grain grow on summer fallow this year produce tiro'and three bushels for every acr of non-Plowed land. That is a sweep assertion but what Uio eye bal leif in'oV the ear'heara la irorthy o credence." Somo'parts o! the countn diS'eictfpUunally weir and invariabl hey there ha been soil culture No man" expects to grow potaloe without hilling, and why should ho e pect "to produce the best .results. 1 without .'preparing the soil.-A has been pointed out, the necesslt only arises every two ysaw. and If man divides his farm into-proper pt portions there- is no reason why I should 'not have It .all summer fnllov ed in" tli.fde in tbe mear time ie'lric'reafiris' Ihe'.producUyene of. the soil. "Any man who fools., himself th summei- fallow does not assist in n _ __mit has only to Intervlo I vQiily 75 Hoosier Qiib Members As the announcement of the opening of .the Hoosicr Club is the signal for membership applications to po'iir in, a prompt visit to our store is your only insurance against disappointment Is II not (o go without .the Hoosier when gel it on payment of and pay for it at. the rate'of M''cents Why delay? 'Can you hesitate? Ownership'means casj-, and hours saved for rest and recreation. It means a pleasant kitchen, orderly and peaceful, and the con- slant satisfaction of comfortable and convenient working conditions. Made of handsome, sturdy oak, by skilled master cabinet makers, the Hoosier is a piece of furniture that orna- ments your It stands far above all other kitchen furniture of any name. V. It is working miracles new in a half a million homes, saving steps, health and-strength for half a million women. Saves Miles of Steps-Hours of Times-Hours of Weary Standing Tired feet, backache, Weariness ;md old-iimu' discouragement hecome.a thini; nf the past the moment a Hoosier comes into your kitchen. '_, H stops the miles of useless steos thai kitchen ar- rangemenls slops the wcury walking hack niul forth hc- tween jwnlry arid cuphoard and kitchen tidite gelling things oul and pulling them again. Inslcatl of standing and wnlkin'g all day doing your you ami reach Hie Uiings you want. No iiiufe aching feel "and hroltcn backs. The hours you save in Ume'give you 11 chance to do the Ihings you want, lo do, keep yon lo he con tented'and happy. Think how quickly" llicsc few Hoosiers will he Inken, and conic in Tomorrow Morning'Early'aiitl enroll yourself on our club; list. You know in your heart how you hate the eternal drudgery part of kitchen work. Bunish it forever. Now! You can have your cabinet by ils you'arc gciliiig at once the comforl of having everything yon use in cooking within reach of your joy of perfect Let other Ihings wait lomorrow morning. Come early. See for yourself. Henelit by an early selection. Make up your mind now' to.be a Hoosier Member. Can be Procured Tomorrow and Next Week Only from THE HICK SEHL HARDWARE CO. 3rd AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE t to tfio aching heart, and harrnaBe-l iitf in Ilia autuiuu of 1910 to at soutLoru Manitoba, southern teluwau, MouUua. the Dakotas. XL- iska, Iowa mid other slates had us lie moisture aa Southera Albcrtu. at dUn't help much liere. It might vc tended to sooth Uchlng sole d.'Slnjr. the wandering feel, tut it Ju'l count much. >vitli the bauter, -ichmcrj' collector or Icau company Tlie critic may come lack with nly that 1910 was the extvptlonal ar. It was Ibe cxcepUonal year and aiifc Eooduess it was. Hut It ta'tes cepUoual years sometiroea to cause en to think and the realization ot e necessity ot soil cultivation, as a tainer of moisture never dawned en in ilie years of souicliiue's tou uch rain. It took tlio aaktd fields nd the emply bins and tho unmet otes to mako men pause and tblnk It I out. Kven if there is an abuu- ince of rain otic yeir it Is no guar- itce fur the. next, aud hoV to save le surplus for future use became tho g issue with tho farmer. Students I tho soli constituents'and soil cul- ure have poiuted out that Ihe plo'.v ud the [iicbcr can le used most ef- cctlvely in creating a store house for it moisture. VA'hou II lies wllhln tlio armor's reach to provide lihoself viilh 10 asEurance against the ravage! of reulh or even too modest attcnUon rom th'j rain maker, Is it not Uio very, ighest form of wisdom to .do that Is so distinctly in his own In-j erest. Why any farmer would ganl-j lo with clianco when lie can have an Imost positive assurance of sufficient lolBture lo carry his crop through erminaling jicriod at least passes the rdtnary comprehension. There .IsT tile use Investing In a larm unless llj arns a living and a surplus to bootj Yhat then IB the uso of Investing ii he farm is not.to be given tl.'j utmo hauce to earn Uie living. The enet no more Important arm today than .that of 'conservln.. when a farmer can b, n little eslra work contribute-groa'.' lo lhat why should he not do i [le owes it to himself, his family an the state. In our next, article Ihe relation t Eummer-fallowinB to the weed :u sance will be'dcalt with. No effort being made to .couch thes'j'.arliclcs scienlilic plirascplogy. All that Is d ilred fs Waiipeal to-the common sen; iftho'farmer, bis selfish Interests an patriotic iristinets. There are ecori of on: Ihe land only to be convirictd to act. farmers who this year grew crops two kinds of soil. 'One kind which b felt the magic touch of the. plov a the" Unevenly tho I pricking of the disc. rain fell Itmiled quanUUcs tils year but fo at' Hie opportune time. H f alike on bolh UkewUc the a'ent'its moisture absorbing rays bolb Which of Uiosc fields broufilil tbe'rHurn to the farmer? In 83'4 per cent of tho acreage ihfl plowed and lylelded the. crop. Th'e yield for will not be recorded us a bumper one; H was riot mure lhan a fair average, hut cerlalnly whtro tho paying grain was threshed was In the summer fal- XoV what lesson does all this convey? Surely th'j fame, will no longer seek results from tho minimum of labor-and trouble. Sure- he will see that if he Is to make his business earn-dividends he must get behind the plow and place the landI In condition 80 that it will have a chance to do its very best. And in referring to the rain, the Question of moisture looms up and the ?arnftrs o! Southern Alberta know by Ihis lime what nn irnportaat tblnff It to lay every pbasible emphasis on noBturc.-cOTservallon. Tho present ;eneralion of farmers got fine nlll they collided head on with (lie ear Oh! what glorying there in tho- early part of that year ..nhjpatable cllinale. Farm- 're'were aiscing QoJ urely smiled more Indulgently ori (vny part of His universe lhan jlc did on Southern Albeila, nut what a ragcdy dav'elopcd. Spring came nnd bo lack of snow and storms winter left no moisture. The scorch- ng sun Increased In intensity, and 'rain WM sown In a dry soil. Tlien all were focused on tho baro- mcler and the weathcr'reporls fican- nerl In a vain slorch for Indications ol rain The seed tlrao passed and tho siinirner came and the eye jsrow dazed and the face blistered looking for the cloud largo as a man's hand. Tho sign was r-.ot forthcoming. The grain did not scrmlnalc and Ihero wer-j no crops Ihe return lo the miin who had auirmer fallowed the year previous" had packed his land and saved what moisture there was. lie had some crop: .I'crhsps enough to pay liut tlie great heart- bleeding ItageuY o'. It oil wni thai was a very scarce quantity. Tho vision of the summer fallov, broke on Ihe horizon the year follow- ing. Many fiaw It and started to fol low. OihcT3 aro slcrw to heed but the rcsulli this year' slioulil stlinulale to general.actlylly. It bright no com FRANC13 B, l tuw of Iho ton-in-law of tbo Presld< ot'lbe United States..' The wedd, took place on Iho 25th at the Wh House. Dr. Wilfred Grenfcll, of .1 rador, in whoso'work Mr." Sayre been was best-rnan, Between Women Health or Sufferin The main reason why EO rnai women suffer greatly.at is becauso of a. run-down co dition. Debility, poorcircu! lion show in headaches, la guor, nervousness and worr BEECHAKT PILLS arc the aafiat, surest, m convenient and moat econoi cal remedy. They clear 1 system of poisons, purify t blood, relieve Buffering a ensure such eood health a strength that, all the 'bod orgahsworknaturaliy and t erly. In nclioris, feelings a looks, thouaandsofwomenh; proved that Beecham's Make AH The ft i 9oW Tnboici, -if I ;