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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ^Ti'diiesday. MjutIi 29, Iftll. THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Paget WHEN may we have the pleasure of showing you the new spring ^yles in Fit-Reform Suits find Spring Overcoats ? We illustrate a new ^yle of Rain Coat made from Garbinette and Cravenette. Fit-Reform was first to introduce the Wardrobe System. 311 WOULD INCREASE THE PRICE PAID FOR WOOL McKELVIE & McGUIRE Sole Asenta for Lethhctlac RUGBY GAME NO WORSE THAN WAR I thing It yoii like liin- you are all riglit." I'dlnnr-I Hoosevpll, after a Rood-na-liirerl rliafTing of tlie hoys' orchestra, sail! ; Sheep Commission Offers Some Very Useful Suggestions While the Bhcei) commission was in .session here yesteniay the VVool^iov-ers' .Yssocia! ion took ndvantit!;* of the (;pi"ortiinity aflorded by the presence of so many members, and' held a well attended meeting. .As t result Mr. Rich was asked many questions at the (general nioeting following and in answering he threw a groat deal of light on the wool situation in Western Canada. He brought out very forcibly the reasons why Canadian wool cannot compete with Australian and other foreign wooF on the Kuropean markets. It Is not so much tlml the Canadian product is interior in quality, although it could easily be raised to a higher standard by more careful breeding, but the carelessness with which the wool is packed for export causes it to lose out in competition. In order to catch the eye of the foreign buyer, the wool rrust he packed in as attractive a manner as possible. This has never been done in this locality. In the first place the fleeces are all packed If these two evils in our methods of handling wool here in the West are removed, .Mr Ricii slated that he was' positive that, with very little more cost in .-roduction, 111* value of the wool on Kuropeari nwrkets would be increased by fnim .?0 til fiO pur cent. What would this mean to the sheep ranchers of this disfict ' Tliern are about 50,000 sheep in the vicinity of J-ethbridgc. On an average year each sheep will yield abo'it eight pounds of wool. That ia, the v.o(]| product troin Lethbridge would he in the neighborhood of 400,000 pourjrti. The average price here fov the last five years has been approximately 13 cents per pound,"so that on an �rer-age year the sheep clip represents an output of $.'52,000 worth of raw material ; that is with our present grading and markets. But if the suggestions of Mr. Rich were followed out this a/nount would be increased by about '10 per cent. Then the wcjol pro duct from the Lethhrulgp rtlstvjict, would be worth $72,80(1 or an increase of $20,800 for a little carefulness in handling. On coming down to practical small ranch dimensions, a man with 1,000 sheep can tncmse PINCHER CREEK TOWN COUNCIL to liooNevelt Prefers It Football Played in the East Berkeley, Cal.,. March 2K-Colonel I'.oosevclt appeared at a rally of the lalifomia university students tonight ' 1(1 talk-to praise the Rugby game of .(he Pacific coast and to condemn the game ns it is played in the east More than 1,0110 cheering under-; graduates were gathered in HaniT'on Evmnasium, majjpiiig out a campaign ' 'or tile baseball game with .Stanford (lext .Saturday and iiracticing (heir fells, when,the colonel, escorted by I'lesideiit Wheeler, entered the building Their .noisy welcome seemed to: Wi'light the colonel, who beamed his broadest smile. The leader of the shouting students, ^iiMed for "Colonel Roosevelt-six," . pr.d the cheers were given with a vig-rr fresident Wheeler also came in for an ovation as he came fn�g�f. ^MyNj MAUDE HENDERSON AND HIR BIQ COMPANY TO-NIGHT " The American Girl" _COMPLETB CHANQE EACH EVeNlNO PRICES-80e and S8c. GALLERY 26c. TO-DAY TO-DAY Stupendous Indian Production THE MAID OF NIAGARA Over the Fails in a canoe The colonel was having such a good , . . ., , ^ . , ... , ,- ,, ,( i,, ii,_.,r,,i pprience of the retai umber trade time \utli the lio\s that he lingered i, to hear their yells. On leaving the gymnasium he returned to the hon-e of his sou Theodore, in San Francisco. C. A. Ray, assistant accountant at the Traders Bank, Guelph, has been transferred to the inspector's department in Toronto. Jl. Cockrotl succeeds Hay. gained In Southern .Manitoba, and with ^tlie Rat Portage Company of Winni-ipeg. The company has branches at i .Milk River, Purple Springs, Grassy �Lake. Wlnnifred and Whit la, and is looking for others in various parts of Southern Alberta. The Lethbridge yjirds are situated on the corner of Third avenue and Sev enteenth street South. They cover an area of a'boiit two acres, and thei plant is claimed to be the best and largest between this city and Winnipeg. The amount of shed room alone is ilOil lineal feet. There is always in I Let this SILENT DUSTLESS Air-Cleaning Machine, The Famous JnvinciblC 3unior _ lilcctric 19U nI^o^el iReuowntor clean vour house. Tlii>! machine w;is di'sij^'iu-d rspccirillv for homes. It will SA\'E yon MONKV as well as WORK and WORRY. The only rcnlririig:.-!! Fan Machine proven by test nf time. The oiil\ r('.-ill\- Mflicient Cteanci- .-it .-i Motleraic Price. .Siron.g, .Steady Suction -Lasjl.v attached. Easily Operated. No Valvea, No Ooara, No Pumps, No Wcarlne: Parts INVINCIBLE ELECTRIC RENOVATORS are made in 4 sizes: COMMERCIAL DOMESTIC JUNIOR STATIONARY Write for free ilhistratecl booklels The Invincible Renovator Mfg, Co., Lid, 415 Young St., Toronto, Ont, Representatives wanted In this territory during Kaster week. Those appointed were : ' Primary section, Misses Boles and Fair. Intern^cdiate scetion, Mis.ses .lack-son and f