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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETIIlittlDGl! Sadmlay, XoyembiT Photographs As A Xmas Will ihe recollect ioas more vivid, au-i ccniforl many a lonely liour ot separation. Our studio is excefUaaally equipped fur fme portrait work. See our five pictures In show case. Mate an appointment Allison The Photographer In Your Town BALMORAL BLOCK LETHURIDGE :The Southern Alberta Farmer __ His-Financial Obligations and'Ability to Engage in -i Mixed Farming-Article 4. I 'in the prvvlocB article, in ihcie there was the'greatest of MAY- REMOVE TO UTAH Magintb. -K.m liermioa left on Tuesihv for Salt I .ale City. Utah, .whur he 'will spend the winter. On Monday night :i party was j-ivei: in his honor by '.he otTiccrs and teachers oi tfce Stm- ilay school, oE he has bcrii su-! pf rioter, dent for nunv years. There is a rumor ixiieni thai Mr. Uen'mon to I'tah La the spring, b-Jt tias can not be verified. KEEP YOUR SKIN CLEM WithDaUy Use AID TO AGRICULTURE AN- NOUNCEMENT-LIKELY TO GOME FROM OTTAWA BEFORE THE END OF YEAR Toronto, Nov. for ibe (ann is to.be followed by met'- eorology for the farm on a system, which, it Is' believed, may result io. almost 33 great advantage to the agn- effort was mado to present the- for ih? bauk, the loan" company anj the Riacliiucry I creditorj of tlie farmer, to lliat while the farmer "was dtep- ly iuvolved he had no especial reason for "creditors, having assuuicxl bis liabilities without forci or utidue influence.- -That arguiuebl naturally followed. In logical sequence iii wbkli dPulLulth the conlrib-. utory causes of.delit aud uhlch U'J to the present iwsliion ot the average farmer In Southern Al- ter la. Having estiolL-Uvd that the soil. climate and other uatural.essen- tials to agricultural pursuit were as good as anywhere else on the cou- liueat, and having dealt with the ex- po rlMc-es 'of the past few years wliirli led up to Ibe accumulation of lieavy burden oi de'M, a promise summer fallow were, fo'aad tho larg-j est yields. In fact if csu be said with- I us the hear- out feir of. contradklioa that euly on summer fallow we'to' crops wceeiling 12 aad'15.bushels out, while the stobMe is" more. iikeJy us to average S aud S'trishels1 tliau ID celbashels! 1( had'tfycaf uleuly of scecl'wcs sown But the crops Voiitd R" better showing. u; is ruVcouics in. There n-asn't.pleiity'orinolsture'iu'tho earl? srowltig hot sun settle.! the. crop indifferent fann- er. As has' o'eenipbinled out, had i there been plenty. 'of moisture, and j had there .been every, other favorable j condition, results would bo djfferent. tut llti very fact -that Ihere Is uo guarantee of these 'favorable condi- tions furnishes tho ir.cil powerful ar- was made to deal with some of tieUuaeat in favor of Ihe intensive me- ways by which a farmer could In ooe year there Is plenty of! himself in the effort 'to unload j motstiire sud other' essentiais. hut for; ily and place asriculture a pro- 1 three years It. doesn't come at. the Stable Tbvre may fee couiji-j right lime so 'tvh'y not help nature out i whlcli would justify some sort by doing what is so simple and ytt j of" action by a government or gov- which Is so important in preserving anil come' of the needs in-j moisture and soil stieusth. ueed can only be provided for throu-h governmental ai-tlou, but every Intel- i The ihere is not Itgeat man must admit that the farni-ltlrne is hatdly eftectiw.' H a farmer er himself has within his 'power tlie'is tilling land than he has abil- _ means which If put into effective prac- ity to do properly, good business iuds- j tlce -would tend not a little Iff bring mc-nt would lead him to till less. It Isj about the day when crop failures 'better to have n good paying yield on j would fie unknown; and the tiller of -a half section that a .half yieM on aj 'the the soil would be reasonably assured section. If the stubble .method, were of a fair return for the labor arid: guaranteed the section farm with Us f capital invested. And Is it not on.ly' assurance of setting-rlch-oulck would_ DR. HERBERT J. PATTERSON, .in fair that the farmer fhould add his labor to capital'account There are several ways In which a change of method could be brought c.-lturlsf as me adaptation to {arm about tut the one outstanding fnct of life o' "while the present year Is ihat the general The Globe understands that the pro-! adoption- of the principle of summer he does work ultras intensive lines he will on tlfo average reap a larger re- turn than his brother elsewhere, and "tiat is worth while. As. to the best wheat, winter or spring, experience alone can demon- strate tilt there is a growing tendency. In.Southern Alberta Krellm- inate winter" fur tue'picsetit.as unprofitable. There is one exception, the Piacher Crc-ek district, n-blch has irTcior'oMhe Domtaion'ilrtVoi fanSins'in Eou'lhcrn 7lherta; and [soil conditions- different from the rest Service -1C was thisl his re- of the south. There'heavy clay and addition of Uor- not-sandy'loam-Is Sster of JlarinerandlionV-'Jlar-.be imaged that in advoca -is jflirrelV .Sinister pfUfplciiftore, the farmer eo in for iive s fallowing is a first essential to' ID iiisive: farming and more than, thit ie main guaranty of a good yield grain. H must not for a moment advocating that lock that abandos: >2rain growing. That [would he ruElrinsf to the other extreme For -some years syUem has- been out, 1 with a vengeance. For-some prepared "and peribcled by- Mr. R. P.Tg'raln iroVing will be the chjei be good business, but it has been tried and has failed. II' failed every: where else in the world and in South- ern Alberta farmers have to vorfc just 'as t'Joy have to do elsewhere. eminent gurgeon of London, England, who is now visiting Canada.' A particular' Ihing 'can he accom- plishea lut once. After loat all sfm- ilar nets become, eiuulaljoii. imitation, or an atemjjt st subslltu'ifon. Newbro's Heri'lclde followed tltscoyery tli.it dandruff Is of cldal crtgiti. II was the first rem'jdv i ercr given to science In harmony with tills discovery. Other iirennratlons Have slrn-c been offered to the puWic. torne similar In appearance some In hut all.bringing the daring prom- ise of doing the FBine Ihings Hint iler- _ plclde has been doing for years. The "something just as good" slorv olj. why give II a thought? Herpi- cide Is the Original Renfcdy. Thous- ands testify to thc value of this prc luratloa for. the eradication of tan- There Are Imitations Now But Newbro's Herpicide Was the "First True Dandruff Destroyer" weeds and volunteer grain, are allow- ed to grow a foot or more nigh and it is necessary to use a chain, on Hie He-has this.reward however tbat it f plough to t'jt them turned under, the work' on Ilia summor Is prao- tlcally throfl-n avay, tor tlie land Is certain .'to turn up lumjiy and loose and. the supply of moisture thdt.shoutd be In. the subsoil tias 'already heavily drawn upon. P "If, alter ihe land Is ploughed, hard rains form a crust, it should lie brok- en up, with a drag harrow before the' land has a ctiance to dry out to any extent Sufficient surface cultivation should given during the summer to prevent all weeds from growing, i.e., perfectly For "fJshwprms'1 to be up and ____ ________ Jn the tag end of November nfi'mnny millions as tliere were ly not common with fall seasons. Hut it Is a fact that on tho Saturday night ot. November "22, 1913, .there mil- lions of them percoleting through To- abroad on Saturday night A LATIN ROMANCE {Belleville High School Elevator.) Uoyibus kifsibus eweetuhi girloruni, iGirlibus'-ltkibus, ivanlum Pater puellluus enter parlorum, were millions of them, .and" nobody They stretched themselves. out through draff and to prevent falling hair. Ucli- of Iho Bcalj) aluioat with Ihe first application. Uon't Le deceived by "Sometliing just as good." If your own tiruggiat does ncl the gbrui des- troyer. Herpicide, go to one ho docs, NcwLroVKerpTcIde in iOc and slies Is sold ty all dealers who guar- antee It (4o do til! that IB claimed. If you arc not sntfEfied your money win bo refunded. Send ipc in postage for cample and. booklet to The Herpicide Co., Uept n Detroit Mich. Applications may be taincd atKoocl barber shops. J. D. Higlnbotbaui fc Co., Ltd., Inl Agents. the causes of lue growing unpopular- ity of winter wheat, and -while there Is (hat drawback, EO far as winter wlic.it Is concerned tt does not apply to spriug grains and the other poten- tial Sknefita of.rnolBLure preservation, weed eradicates ami early maturlog. (Toronto in the holes, and if- the nose-ends of them were steppes] upon they would hump up like a camel and tug back- wards. iVhen Ufa shoe leather was lifted1 tho whole- eight inches would bo back Into the hole In a Jiffy. AH of which .goes to emphasize the remarkably warm weather "wo have been having, and the remarkably culinr weather. Tho warm rain of Sat- urday evening brought up the worms. Hut. there were none of Hiam up last night; and If a person had dug inlo Ihe.grouad >l-slerday It Is-doubttTil If he could gel enough "halt. to go fishing wlll'i; was left yesterday but "the of which there are millions darklbus liomum" Hmuorum, Cllnilbns hreechibuB lorunr. :boalps.anrj .filing feir.1" car pi? i-f e hip. He i effective ar.il a vvay which lies within j stock as '.a. part ot every, 'sn announceMnt .sill Tiiere arc here farmer's activities, .whether lie be till-; an anpouncen-rtj'nt c'made1 b'efore thV'ebd'.b[ the pre- tent 'year. j'. Have you ever trie4 our i there farmers who sneer at sum- Wer hut they are' not. men, who are making a suc- cess of-iheir business. Men have claimed results. from stubble (nan summer fallow, but without in: Testigation such a cbim can surely be'dismissed as exceptional and the result of freakish, conditions. The writer met a great many farmers arid men engaged' in- scientific agri- :ultLira] experiment this year and without exception they all paid tribute to rummer fallow as the basic con- Irifautary necessity to ensure a grain crou in Southern Alberta. KNOWN AS THE MOST MOD- ERN 'IN THi? PROVINCE. m It's Vvoj'lli a test to liml out you can get thc'highc.st quality "Milk iicst 'icc. tlj16'! t ASK THE HEALTH'DEPARTMENT When you are buying don't forget' that ROYAL CROWN SOAP 6 Big Bars for ECONOMICAL AND EFFICIENT valuable coupons nre valuable (or valuable The Royal Grown Soaps, Limited Caljflry, Alberta At the Dominion experimental rotation of crops is farm with ing ICO or. 1600 acres.. This article could very properly conclude a trom Mr.- Angus ndent oC tlie experimental' (arm at Indian Head, as embodied in, II. Fairfield'a admirable report j In" 112: ''Araoag thc many to the i credit of the practice of summer fal-1 lowing' may be rheiittor.cd: The con-] servation of moisture, the erarJication of H'eeda, the preparation of the land for grain crops at a lime vrhen no other work Is pressing, the avail- ability1 of summer 'faUon'ed land for' Ceding at the earliest. possible date In Ihe spring minor advan- tages of having amiable land for the growing of pure seed, potatoes, roots p.r.d vegetables at tfie least cost ami with the greatest chance succcss iiimmcr. .fallowmg buf It is not' ateo- lately, essential tliat a farmer sloiiW j anU bei ,o K6 (rt for a great diversity o o{ grain mtte or no! In orOer to apply the principle of sum- mtiJa.llow to Jiis lana. There no floubl 'lliat rotation has a .very im- portant, bearing pri thc preservaUon of further cultivation." Mr. "S'immer lallowtaj; undoub'tedjy has sorhe disadvantage a, but, so as tho growing of more' par- goif strength but even with exclusive wheaVgroviingthc varying of the jior-, UonVrt'he farm j.rcduclng wheat ts a Khcat, remains the principal of success, of the Provlnt'j, it will fae give the'land a real 'every' two I to store up moialure against t> aboul.-all tbat is necessary for dry sca50n' {o restrflln next.decade at least to maintain overrunning the Ur.d strength, and assifil In the, prcwrva- a on of short 5Eason' The history of noil to M 1eaflt n porllon o( the jcullure in south has shown that! and be Jn lirtv' U Bocirl crop la almost sure on lo and a well-made sum- breaking'iand thai a'man la 'noi taV-j11101" fallov ls tlie bC3t meanfi Hng'ioo a-chance In resorting Among are: [a driliing in on fituJjblc the to tw IS "You're a good giiesser, Son! A Gillette Safety Razor exactly what I wanted" ,_ jyear. rieyftnd that thp.re IB no guar-J li is a gamble pure and almptc Vr.'d 'gambling lias not proven U moHjy for the fBrrnora to Oate.; In fad the' related' failures taitirjjg a' cliance following lias been the most potent factor- in leart- iiy ip-lhe proportion. of of -Intensive rcetboia led to large amount of land he- ing: broken to summer fallow t promise a 'rzp'.'l In tho aprJIcailon of (he mclhbd la the brigh'tcsl hope o( ;KouUie'ro All'erta loday, One baa only to over crop map for 10J3. to get all prcof netsssary Io convince 'him of the potency of summer faUowlnp In' grain In thoio setllons where over-jiroduclioa of at'rflw in a wet sea- son, causing lale maturity and con- danger of damage by frosl, and K Is (he [lartlal exhaus- tion of the soil. The two former may, to a great extent, ]be overcome by difTertnt molhocls of cultivation, anil If the- soil can lie prevented from drift- ing, I am satisfied that one of tlio re.uona for thf; latter contention will Mr. Falrr.eld adds: "Too much stress cannot be laid on tl.o 'Importance of doing Itts IHK early, before the weeds, had a chance to yroff Urge enough' to pump out the moisture tbat should b'e slorc-d .In .the. that Is to-foliow e s'.Asoil for f.-'If, for example, tho or tho crop GiUetft ku pltjred fit ttar part In thousands of _happy Christmas scenes, and will be'more in evidence than ever during the coming Yule-tido celebration. to good! From Ihe case ol rich grained lealher or shimmering gold er slrverplale, to the business-like razor and ths handy plated blade boxes, It locks worthy of Its reputalion as Kit world's test razor.' ll so tcclll The velvet-smooth Glllsllo shave wins Insfanl approval the first time a.man Irles H. 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