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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September 2, THE LETHlillinGE DAILY IIK11ALD Page 5 LUMBER SlIIXULKS MOULDINGS DOOUS CITY OFFICE ROYAL JSANK PHONE 1393 Over 300 Per Cent Increase in our sales since'we commenced advertising direct shipments to the Farmers, Contractors and Builders of Southern Alberta. "Small Profits and Large Sales" is our motto Send us your orders, large ot small, and they will receive prompt attention and you will save from 20 to 30 per cent on your purchases. CENTRAL LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd. PLASTEK CEMENT LIME BRICK WINDOWS LETHBRIDGE YARD 1-10" THIRD AYE. S. PHONE 1492 Declare Most Emphatically They Make the Best Paying Crop for .the Farmer rieprest-ntative'liee.! growers in the Havtnonil district are up in amis ara'iiui a conebpou-Jvnl of the Her- our Farmers a wiuri u jn m canrt OJ, Atdt'wlm signs, himself "An interest- take caie ol them. This and who. his articles! ted (o poor crops, A Profitable Crop G. K. Court "I raised sugar beets for upwards ot ten years, and Thendreason AV'alTaere. account of the cost of T rather raise a entail raise it right lliai than I could caic for, and take a chance on getting icturns. That is one cared for, than 100 acres of wheat.' preparation ot the soil, less i have 2a acres ol hrets this each" individual, u.caning brtier that were neglected, but I expect Ui methods ami A ge'. SCO an acre frotn them, crisis has been reathe-J in tl.c heeV fit. Just alongside my Held is Mr. j industry of Southein Alteita, and-I KhnbaU'a. illnp arc ROo-l, bul his are 'believe it will be safely passeii." better by a long way, simply be- cause he cared for them. are the bi'.st feed for jnilk cows, aud arc wortb more thao a ul hay, U you figure OP two tons ef hay to Ihe si-re at per lODj thai is iittt abnul v.'hat your acreage, and i "lo put ib more worth as (red tor dairv the re- do the ivork and you -Mr. says that Alberta grown I) cets a: e er in pc re; n t of sacharinc than any on continent- He is to increase his j without- sacrlfi of by using WESLEY CHURCH PASTOR DEALS WITH A MODERN LEM pnoB- tr.e.Knisht_ NSuga.r company lnformc.l what Herdd [representative ?i.. i'actoiy would be' assured'of plen- "neat a J as ifor'tlif roots! They are i lLe for dairy cows I have There is a great deal more said about not working ou Ibc be' borne day than about working ou the other time to six." his average up to three or "Labor is a universal law desl follows nlorc acre. He is go- for all." ing into iLc business mure heavily "An internal strike ne.vt ypjr, am! is out to clean uj> workers could prevent any war.' He thinkB there woulrl fce no These were some ol tlic culsiand- PHYSICIANS WHO ARK ATTENDING THAW Thtw't Imposing array of medical attendants: Dr. W. A, Sterrlng, Hon. fl. H. Dr. Evani, Dr. G. L. Hume, and Dr. J. O. Ledou'x, ONEFOUR NEWS all L "deavo'rc7to anl! "Ft'ls in 'ing ol >s not I "lat tllr "ol suitcii lo tho industry. An 'interesting and discouragement was -started some ago, my was light, but .1. superintendent oi twenty eiprcssioiis used Ly Hev. G. H.. W-RS'used .Cobblcdick, of Wesley Methodist of th'.u movement, but it------------ i church on Sunday evening in a very i one, and shouM be taken up by every nouirl Heduce- Land Values 'practical S3rmon on -Labor's Oppof-1 fanners', association, -and business H. II. Kimball "I! Hie heel .in- turiity." Hev. .Mi. Cubbicdick con-'mcn'a club in southern Alberta. Too petition for release from payment ol 3.00 per acre on pre-emptions api-e.ired in our midst and was imisedlatelr signed by every .prc-emptor. who happens along. do nol who Is back milk, and il if, jiretty hard cc :t v.ilue on an acre oi beH I ever used.. 'I hey are .on a par with dustry in Alberta is linocked by peo- his subiect iron: the secular i many people have already passed into i silage for producing a hnvy flow ;vilo jcn'; tnDW anything about rather than Ihs. religiore Monuna 'where 320-acre homesteads It. resulting i'n tl-.c tte bnt in ths a very carsful line! TOay had on libera1. terms. Sellleri iaclory, land vtllucs in this" Ot reasoning, he showed that (Be Canada thoutd tapE. MirtAcrniDre, liogs won t vicinity will go down 10 per cenl. could be1 no cliifcrence Iclwcen -the drmt water imw unless it contains havc bem ,hc nnti of ch h d ,abor he tsvruv. a little syrup 11, the wa-'COuntry, anrl it is nol so much 'what said stood (or Christian tllHn ul'-! are we but 'what can we even though the to jllcd Socialistic 1 ns a a' i out of fccels. Mr. Evrns :s a teachings ol the dir are very often Meets are just what we need in preUv what tc'-directly opposed to 'lire church, many a lias said beets, true. My Socialiils holding no Christian be- to contradict the stale- fll 56 acres will cost rnc S25 an acre to lie! whatever. ..inents made .Mr. Evans, parllni- value m tlieKcepins.Iowp, ot put in the iaciotyi including all the- 'The speaker took his text from larly upon yields lo the "_ of ol the soil, later, Kxodus, "Sit days shall thou ncre, pi, production and-the 1y ol raw "material, they lej Compelled'tb Hosc'lown. as it wasi" not foiinrl -profitable to import Ijert I pulp from tirrmany will-.out having Hi leasl some raiv material home. then' submitted 311 nrticle show lair, that raisini; oi beets ws3.i .vMy.prontalib industry- ls wotl" for the..farn cr, .using csacl figurts helcre 'Irawing his conclusions. "An j interesifd Ihcn took it v.ill have a hard struggle to develop into prosperous couuiunitieo in lie absence of the social opportunity which r-revails elsewhere, and bum- pered tjy excessive pre-emption. pay- rcontB. Another batch of land seekers pas- sed Ihru and expressed great surprise '.iul so much good land Ehould be held In unoccupied grating and withheld from settlement. We hope the Department at OltflWA may see ihlK matter ii; Hie riebt light and open up more lane" ?OOD. "vVe did not learn the rsames of ihe people in this party tiit one of.them holds a homestead in Saskatchewan rough land which he would gladly throw up if he could secure the better land ol Onefoiir. We can see no reason why the Government should -force the. ached settlements ol a few peoplo horr.cMcadQr to IraprovelEh lilmsel' on the'same opportunity as their in Montana, and all asricuH- 1. in southeastern Alberta should be throwu open at once. De- poor land when these good lands are lying idle. Let us open up more Iaml. and gel more neighbors. PgL Green and Corporal Caps lick, R. X. W. M. P.. patrolled ltd border from Coutts to Wild itorse this week. B. F. Kiunbrouga the thresher of J hiring bands here Saturday, Sunday night brought us another l.uavy rain, that started the creeks flowing. Cool weather followed rain so thai the ground is In eioelleat condition for ploiring. J. Welherelt, bad the misfortune to run a yitchfork into his leg, incapaci- tating him for worfc. "Mrs. Welherelt meets tbe emergency in true western7 style, by "getting into the field like a man, and o-perales the binder, the mower, or the breaking plo-v, 03 need, ed besides milking the cows and doing her housework. profit. On the occasion they (ill an impoclan Kxodus, s country, cultivation, lioting, labor and'do all thy He de-j place m. thinning, etc.-, besides S1.50 an acre ciarcd that tliore was a mischievous; fnr the brsl Held nl sluriilir.i; bcels, bad the cr.urtesy to drive Ihc Herald man out to' his' ptift field. All the'growers interviewed ol the-oninidti that sugar beets paid a belter diiidpml Iban wheat, ,inJ an occasional one had bst monpy, or-come oul OVFII, he tivation or neglect ol Ihe Here are a lew of the opinions through a lack ol raw material, whfn hecrs can rrc grown 50 profitably here." Ilest- Paying Crop Passey, Magratli "I have raised bcels ever since the faclory started and nnii them the best pay- ing crop I have. As far as yielils arc hirasfll ol proper ru'.- concerned, I have raised 20 tons to the acic on one acre, which shows that il can he done. This year 1 will luvo 18 ions, and last year I had a poor crop because- the ground was poorly prepared. 1 am going lo raise more beets next year." .Mates Kitic Profit C. Selnian "1 raise more oeets llian anyone in the districl, aside from the company, and have always made a fine profit oh .them, when Ihey were properly cared for. H is possible to raise 25 toas to Iho acre, for the soil and climate is here. But tra, nel profit, besides an between all iuims of labor also. The acre tor tops and rciusc, which maifs; rridn who designs, who worts with n total net profit of SCO an-acre. hjs'brain, is just as much a. laborer; Where Can joii beat that tor wheat j as fbe. man who works with his The between Mr. Mllncr's hands. There is no line o.f cleavage crop and mir.c is not due. to neglect, I between the but lo the application ol labor. Summing up, he sail! labor's hoed Ms crop three times al a cost i tunilirs lay in tri? fact that it induc- ot an acre. I hoed mine four ed usefulness and happiness. H cdu- timcs at a cost ol The dilfer- cates a His real education Mr. Kim- comes when he rets out into life lo Hie party earn his own living. It Is the pjeat- ence is plainly to he Eesn.' hall challenge'd anyone in _ __....._ to locate a .weed, and if could not power in the for thi de- he done. Mr.'s field was weedy 'vclopmrat ot sell expression. so advanced in! Another opportunity lies'in cul- Itivalion ot harmony between capital "Everyone knows'and tpbc-r. re Slid, the question.1' "is the bar lo Irusts. Labor unions The only tiling Ihs mailer with 'An should nol te so eitrcine as not to interested farm', il he cannot malio' co-oprratc with employers, even to Ms becls pay, is that he is too lazy of takia.i; less wages iL-id-r to the necessary work. For conditions. Co-operation is not nearly so advanced growth. Gco. II. lindd where 1 you must. A little care at the of snllltion ct many LOOK FOR TBE LABEL THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LOOGK Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance or jbther valuables in one of tliese boxes Letfibridse Branch T, Labor's third opporlunily is lo lim- and more liar.' work, is all von need H, acd in ftl war. to make money out of beets here, nation must- either work or fight or fum a b'uiich oi hogs onto grass, we caii'l cxpccl lo pray for good'cai time is worth more than a whole.! economic questions the -world [aces crops atid ivail for God to (to the when the crop does not need lioeing. H all depends on the farmer care. Less acreage, more cultivation himself, whether he gels a good crop or mil. It- coMs about J25 an acre to raise beels, and a yield ol eight tons, the business would ho profitable, as five tons would pay all Hie- expense. That leaves SIS an acre net 510 an acre value 6! j Hie lops, and that leats wheat. "If flic top? are. put up in lunches allmvrd 10 cure, thc.y beat alfal- fa for mill: cows." SHO Aii Acre Profit II. F. Milner: "T ivould rathw havc ten acres ol hccU, properly brst developrt.ent comes ami ti-ert tiicin two gallons oi rsyrup I through work, anrt if the ivorkcrs, to JO of water, anil they will get tnf wr.n hear the hrunt oi Ihc goes bjiinc, say war ihall not be, it will ami te- lat. The suRar liect Imm! in hand with industry stock dairying, and if the factory is means a dainper mixed farming and the death ol dairying at "01 course, there 'Mi- later slioi cousciijusncss cultivate a so- church ami Raymond." (tco. T. YVrirtr. s money in. hrrts. ii there were "I no tops, vjhich arc hall the slalc. The church is nol- the ally ol I.aunr and Ihc churrfi are working lu the same prcat end, the "I Imnaniiy. H'crking ltici' in would he money in Iheui, ami tt.crc is just twice as much whfn the tops arc fed to dairy rows." Mr. McCarly's View C. Jfcflarty "Whrn 'An intjreslccl farmer' wrote I hat article on heels, Ijc. forgnl to laVc into consideration the value of the tops, and refuse from (l-.e facfory. We have raised heels for ami have always made good money on Item." Kvans "Whatever I have, said in your columns I do not re- tract. The farmers arc with us, and fire being persuaded to gel Into Ihc raising ol more heels. When my con- temporary's article came out, it only interested If.osc who were not rais- ing beefs, and the- result will more beets nest year, lor liio trulli Hill and I r.m by ev- ery experienced heel -grower in the district. There Is profit in six tons to the acre, anrl I slill maintain twenty lens can lift grown; A Tteel grower is only up against what a jrrowcr M klntl of lias the caSf ol 'he Lord's Day Act, most nilvaiiccd pieic of lalor Icjisla- tinn '-hat line in Ihe world, la- bor and the church can do more than rarh working individually. should he no clash their arms are the sair.o. Anrl whfn it is all summed, lator's opportunity is simply in hroadeniny; Us inltresl lo encompass Ihe brother hood el-man. SONAR LAW'S FATHER HONORED Ulchllwcto, K. B., St. An drew's Presbjlcrlsn Church, Reslon a ublcl was unveiled to the mem of tho late Rev. Jamce Law, father 0 Andrew Bonar leader of the Op position In tho British Parllamenl Hev. Mr. law was for 33 years pasto Of ifl. Andrew's Cliurch. I'sins an electric iurnnco, a Lori don scientist has succeeded In draw lubca with an outside dlam clerof bul onc-twcnti'-flve-lhoasaudll an ino'i. Where to Buy Your PI i I i I I i rrriT n i vrn LjlCtlllCLilglll 1 lAllil C5 What is the use of-putting it off? You need the fixtures and we need the money. Money saved is money earned and during our big Reduction Sale you can save 25c on the dollar. Reduction on all Electric Light Fixtures Besides this big reduction you have a chance to get your choice of a fixture abso- lutely free. We are Giving Away 3 Valuable Fixtures Fixtures can be inspected every evening during the sale. S.O.E, Building, lOth St S. Beside Y.ECA. ;