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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ib.V. October 2ft, t. TTTE LTiTnRRTnr.e DAILY Pilfffr? STYLISH Fall OVERCOATS The Handsomest line of Fall Overcoats you ever saw can be'seen right here now. They made expressly for pur trade in all styles that Good Dressers will wear. Some men short coat, ,spme '.the long but no matter which'style- you you can rest assured it will be right in Fit, Style and Tailoring. New Fall Styles in Overcoats Prices: Ihey will grow, (he better stock.they keep, ind Ihe.better nelihboru win be, w (he which .will -to and In tlie 'end will (Ueceed.' We have a hopeful number of micl; churches In thy coun- try, whole farmers' farm by their re- Hgiou, and. pray first of uK" prayers that (hoy, niny succeed as rurniera. Wo have ufiurulUM where the Farm- Instltilia is carried uii by the church, and In wliicli the Farmer's aUled" closely with the ehurih, as.a local fornin for Ihe discus- sion of butter ranii'lng. '-Theim church- OB and all like.them of all denomina- tions 'are growing. They have a dlv-, toe rlglh.lo grow, for tho farmer who! lo a ileplh of two: and'one-half, lo Hiri'e inches, anil In the', livo week following inh JO about inches of 'rain -fell. We. harrowed .ite ground agiiln with ihf a success by practical dry- two dry yeais Hip ;itld ol ha methods, having been able' from K to' 100 bushels of railo farmer, told how he raised twen- j Colo. The first year I raised pounds- of-potatoes on fourteen acres oi ground, eighteen bushels of wheat .lhal sells m bo. and thirty-five bushels of pats per ifor within fifti Grill's acre. Since then we. have made more ufi-st ijunlitj of alfilf. will be deliv- ered by Hon. C. R. Mitchell Attorney Gonl of Alta. farming q grow succes t e i slffrf showing ihe pio sress of fan methods from se stirred the e s show no remarkable mcres.e but the dominant form, ot on the time nlen Hie a h .hen W8 tractor, hu-hed to o e tta'it plow of SO bol toms of turnhig- over in' than 100 acres in our dry farms :.pf; the 'future lie is power. Qaa tractors have improt earth on mor astoundingly in five years even ten hour d i n three years. three-year old im pression of the gas tractor's enToion- cy is obsolete. The majority of .the makes are so perfected ifldaj hat responsibility for success is pass ng swiftly from the. maker to the operator. It look the first successful builder of a gas tractor five years to convince 300 farmers of itj but "000 farmers arc convinced this of demonstration farms in all the counties and said his state hih aln uh bosun its work a- iong that line fheio has st'.-M rcceiil- Ory rarming in North Dakota C I llmmeiman 'Mandam, .V. D., diEciused ihe progress of the move- ment i.i lint state Ife reported the organlra Ion of branch dry-farming congress loi .North Dakota, with from each county west of the Mis- soiin m i He advocated the estab- ucrc Ilnudred hollar an Acre Club which is expected to exercise Steal influence for Ills betterment of termini, mt-tnods Thcie is no rea- son in tin wot il said the speaker, win Aor.h Dilcota lind be 111 in ICIL except for the bdiffcreucfl of fanners lo make it so." The present value from J20 lo per acre The Church of the Working Farmer Hoi Win til II Wilson, of New lorl Tit) one of the best known of American aposllcs of the modern chuich disci ml I lit Church of the Woiknif, The churches, in the he .said, "show (he strain under, which the people on the films ale lodn hung In every one of the: slates as far'weal ns the .Mis- river many country churche hava been abnndoned. They wer left stranded by the passing of the! people, and the general -nlirlnkagc ti the population. Three farm hand', ont of font- are now machinery, and these gang plows n-id binders ilo no to church, nor do expect Ic go lo Jlcavcn. so that the weake churches nrn Bolng to tlie wall. We have btalistirs, based 'on accurate surveys In Hie country, 'which indi cute that in Illinois in tha'pant tweu- ,ty years, ovvr 17011 country churches hava been and in Mis- souri over 5.10 have beeri closed for good. With Hih thu un- fit, there, has betn n new type of church woivcd, a type which in teach- ing ihe religion, of ihe. common hu- man wants. "Frof. Caner s'alcs In his now tiook church realizes Hint Us members must bo, made better I farmers and belter cilizHns by reason of (heir spirituality: that Hie mora religious Ihcj arc, Hie bettor crops ibe ground at the time.- On May 21 j ye had a snow thai wet the ground our or live inches and started tlie veeils. As soon as they began lo ppcar we went over-Ihe ground with 'Vlii'.h Jr.-. pulverized the surface ami destroyed the weeds. plowed the ground to an average of seven inches early in nly, using a 25 horse power engine ami a 21-uisc Emerson plow, Iiarrow.- ing at flic same time yritli an Acme harrow attached-to Hie plow. "On July -19'rain wet, the ground BURGLARIZED PO8TOFFICB Sask Oet The fast UaE "Wi, the .T" .rations c.hnnsl ,t lapnm Uso Ilie, lioilh T't are low in niliogei, Deep plowing for mflmmU to will ictaiil (lit loss Of liunius It in u 'lh2 office be increased In legnl.ulj plowing tin with humus tinned imdci deeplv I plants will root deeper 1 igummous crops arc Hie best hut on tile dry-hinds it is Jiaid lo'giow them. Alfalfa is the best legume bill is not adapted t) a slioit totition "All farm yard manure should he carefully used on tli6- dry-form. In- RCCORDS OF THE AIR Jlanelo. C wet On tw'ce broke the world's glid- ing iccoid lemannng aloft cadi oceision foi one minute and fifteen On the last of hit fne Inchts into the lecth of t mil., wnd he toll II feet but un- lnurl j 'I be machine was smashed DEL A NY'S 11 Phone 452 FOR FRESH MEATS YOU'RE SURE AT DELANY'S ;