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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUUDAY.. 10. 1.017 THE LETHBRinOE DAILY PAGK SRVEH PROFITABLE SHEEP RAISING KEKK Is not the doubt 1 J tliat Canada Ij Eleaillly 'building' .1 reputation as a producing country. The ;ll affords lor Ihe profllible.brerflM 'end rearing of shMp are In anj- part of the wrfrld. An abun- dance of suitable all hlndi I: evallabte all over the counlrr, while [climatic nud other conditions iro ei- iccedlngly favorable. "Xlmoat eny llM .of may be tallowed successfully In the t'ralrle Provinces of Cnnnda. "On the range shew rearlns Is an oitremelr prdfitaole Industry, especially In those Wlslrlcts: v.-hcro conditions, are net well suited to ordinary agriculture. Thai tbe tanner Is more and more Realizing the value of a small flock of fliieep on his farm Is sliown by Hie Ja; .creasing 'number of participants at Ahe wool sales each year, [Throughput the weal. Ihis has noticed ;it prKllcallly all the pn snme. cases, notably at Calgary, there, has a greater nuuiber'of partlclpanU, and less wool fiirerlng 'than but tils Is jiluo lo Uie lacl'Lliat tbe larger breed.'1 JerB been Induced lo >ell their rr-ool Independently, eo that pracll- cnlly ail' tut wool offered [or sale rnrae from amall are obtaining as big relurris In thli line In any otber. At other places Ihere liaa beeo ail Increase, both in the dumber :of participants and.In the tualltr of tbo wool dflered. V It steps safe to say tbat within few years the" whole world will be Western Canada, and es- Alberta, cluu The prices now being obtain- ed (or wool by those who wers fore- tliblefl ,enougb lo [o fn either on a Icrgtf or a small bu opened tbe eyea of farmers Nov. first Ger- man newepapere containing comment jn tfle P. UBS Ian coup i'VlB.1 lo arrive icre maie uo attempt (o jump at con- clusions and predict speedy peace with itussla. On Ito other hatJ, the Im- pression prevails ouilo that ite MaxImalUts may bo compelled by Force of clrcumftlaiices to follow mueU [he same policy as KereDBky regime as soon as they Had that a uou-annexatlon peace is col to ba at- tained early by proclalmlDg Ihelr readlneas to conclude sueli a peace. Several newspapers refer lo Iho fact that the declared policy or itio Maximalists la [or a general peace. a separate one. uml ihla oa ibc ot absolutely uo anne-saitoue: Jt IS-generally assumed, hon-ever, thai itieT (Joreloptueula at Pctrograil spell Lh'o end ol thfa llusslau army, OB au 'offensive lactor In the present war. remove tho last possibility It be recanslll as an effective military force or prove a serious ob- stacle to any German military plans. The Berlin S'orwaerts, organ of Iho Socialist party, fays Ihe German So- cialists which are against Uolshevlil methods on crown laud, cannot advo- cate-them for H USE la. They are In accord with (.hfc Bolslievfkl, liowevej-i In rejecting all Vorwaerls then drops the re- markable thesis that Rood might em- erge from the situation ft the Bolshe- vik i government wnfcfa. places peace above Ihe Integrity of Kussiau terri- tory and Uie central powers, refusing should all unite on the basis ot renun elation ol Poland and other areas, leaving the people to ecttle llioir owu destiny. Tlio newspaper re-murks ihat a eight would be unlgue In history and that it depends on two great questions whether the Holsuc- vlkl remain In power, and whether the German Socialists are slrone enough to Impose this dcslro upon the gov- ern in ent. i The Vorwaerta evidently Is dislnrh ed at the triumph of ft parly program Js opposed by Gennau So- cialists, It criticizes Ihe Molshevikl I dogma of dictatorship of lLo prcietar-j Ut auch dictatorship Is e.xercls-j cd by n email minority of flugalau So- f polctruaDt. Phones: Office 311; Res- idence 593. DR. P. W. TULLEH. P'lJYSICIAN ,_acd Surgeon. Ottlcb Sliepparil DlocS "opposito StorlanJ Theatre, rooms e lo 4. Office, hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 pju. anil to S.30 Olllce 7SO; Residence 420, Sill St. S., Phono 1104. DENTAL" Dft. JI. J GRADi uate of Roi-al Collcee ct Dental Sur. EMUE Toronto and holder of a Dom- inion Dental Certificate. Olllce: rooms 6-6 BryaiuBloct. Phone- 1071. .ThoseV wnq (1) On an AlterU liocl. A shepherd can-miBd Kuhdreds of sheep. (3) Sheep raJMoV on irriftted Und. Iba west to Its iiosalbi'.Ules. Brnall fiocks using every "elto'rl 'to' Imp'Tove 'iae their. large _ eders' are un'doce ID their, mdeavors to Jmprova their atock. and are expense lo this Bid. One of aner trytn'e'all over Ctuda mad the United SUtes, aiKl.falllhfalso lo gel he required', In' imrchuod -AuslnlU, f full tilobded ewea and 19 full blooded rains the Runner Mtfsb breed from Eoifind. plying JI25 emch-'for'tbe ewis and eacb for the ranu. A few year? tio this briefer, jhrp'usht -In Mrerar nukdred RautMuilet ewes, and purchased it Ibe Pujania- Pmclftc ETpoalllon some prlie win- nine nomneya, .Tbe croulng of tbese tiro breeds has prodnced Y Tcblch, It Is clalmfd, Is sdmlntlr fuited 'los Canada In every Altogether! tLUt grnoer hi- spent SIOO.OM lnr lull l- which is of his Iiiiih- iu Ihu possibilities "of 'lhI3 Industry in1 Western Canade. As lo his returns, Kebad.this year 500 ram lambs Romney-Ramboullet cross, estimated to be vorlb belTeea and each, for which there Is a great de- mand; .he hai. also pen I pounda of' wool warehouse ml .Toronto. Already "there is lalk'about''dollar wool. Whether or not'this prire will IK allalned Is difficult to say present but'. It seeras certain': that the present, prkes will obtain for. Eoma tlmejn Talure, and-wh'en It that sheep can be raised verr proStnbly wool at half Its present lo say nolhlnt about price of rautfan. It Is easy.tii un- derglud liat ihow who Blcbled enough .lo go into the buel- ness some jeare aso are now literally'-'.- making their, _. ACCLAMATION .Xov. and Con- nervotlve Ibe Qu'Appelle federal riding met at Hroadvlew yet- and'It waa decided thai no un- FARM UNDS Of tne.Hadaon'i Compaiy and and EdaosUn Laud Co. CITY AND TheH.MacbetK Agency i I ED Ctiambermaid MUST BE RESPECTABLE AND EXPERIENCED. WAGES APPLY ALEXANDRA HOTEL 277-3 lonlst convention. Tras -rie'cessary ,ln vlc-w of Uie fact Ihal'L'eTi Th'oinpson. M.P., ivns In Hie field ''and A. n. CIllJs, fionservailvR canillilnte hnd withdrawn and vs'ns enLhuslasllc- aupporling Ihe cancldalure'of Mr. Thompson. An acclanuliou is ccnslU- gred IIRTiy. PHONE JL050 MO LIVERY CITY COUNTRY1'TRIPS STAND: THE ARCADE f I Day and NlffnVsirvfciL'' I I Stand it -I L flpnn or 11M Tamer Wiichell Rocker Grates >nd Gears for AH Kinds iof Traction Engines. manvfactwrt MM) tmr hi U1R PARTY TOM NOTICE! On account ol the imccrlaiu'ty .of s c.innol accept service applies- (noon) of Nov. Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Co., Ltd. Winnipeg, Nov. is staled tol that Ihe Independent. Labor party determined to take a prominent liarl In Ihe federal campaign. litnlcd uut iiot. detinllely -announceu V-meeting'tonight, Illgft M.P.P., will cumo out aa the candi- date-for tbe Labor 'parly In Norlli Winnipeg nnd lhal Controller A. W. I'ullco sland In Cenlres Wlnni' pog.i There Is a report loilay Ihat Sir Wilfrid Laurier is not likely {a bo able to make arrangements lo co'mc lo Winnipeg before, monlli. i Fred G. Winnipeg, II Is announced nn aspirant for tho lAiirlcr CBmlWatnro In'.Maniuetlc It Is staled Ilial J. Shlrlcllff, the Horse Plains .farmer who It would bo Iho Laurier Llb- camlldalo.ln Ma'cdonald, will run In Portage La Prairie Instead. AUCTION SALE and Implements Oti Tuesday, November 20th ;x: AT ONE-O'CLOCK SHARP. ONE MILE WEST OF COALDALE'- x THE FOLLOWING HORSES: .1 yblack mare, 5 yeara old, 1500 Ibs.; 1 sorrel -N I years old, 1 S years old, 1600 Ibs.; 1 grey inare, SVycars mare, 7 years old, 1100 Ibs.; 1 I colt, 1 year old; 6: mares and geldings, from 1 to 9 old. weights from 1000 to 14QO Ibs. CATTLE: 5 cows milking, S reara oW. bred to Shorthorn 2 'heifers, .rlsJce 2 years olil; 3 heifer calves; 1 Shorthorn Durham bull; 2 ewe lambs; Z cows, 3 years old, duo lo be fresh shortly; G cows, from 3 to 7 years old and due to he fresh iu and April. Thesn cows aro bf-the dairy type Hood 1 heifer, rising three'years old; 2 heifers, rlslng-J'ycare old; 7 heifer 'calves; 3 steer calves; 1 Uolslcin bull, .1 years old; Ilolsjcjn bull, rising 2 years old. IMPLEMENTS; hay slacker; 2 bull rakes; 2 mowers; 1 hay rake; 1 double disc.In and out throw; 1 lumbtr wagon nnd box; 1 hay rnck; 1 sel of iron harrows; 1 set of learn harness; 1 polalo planter In worXing order; 1 sulky plow In shape. As the Proprietor hai purchased a'tarm in B.C. everything will TERMS CASH -L. McGumr, 'Clerk f E ECKLOFF, Owner Auctioneer NO RUSH VlclCTla, D. Xov. was no stream of oppllcnnts ellher for ser- vice or for eicmpllori llils morning. At 1. o'clock Iho men who Kail this morning offered for ser- vice numbered five aiftinoite who had flllcrt up.exemption 'which liroughl the. lolnl numbers up lo 178 rMpecHVcly. .PlA iflnWrli, G. Lnv.e ct W Iron CAN DO BETTER- ORYCOOOS. MEN5 WtAW. noDTS. V SMOFS NORTH LETHBRIOCt --------------DOOR CONVENTION Iti Support of Union Government- WILL BE HELD On Monday Afternoon, November 12th P. M, IN THE P. ST. AH siipirorlers of Union invited to attend.: "OOP KINO- arc AND. DYEING____ fJTE V SPEtilALl STB IN French Dry Cleaning. Our procosr, ellmiuales danger ol injury' to gar- ments. Only lae Mchcst .work lurnod out. No dyeing. Iinniedlaie atcution Is given to country orders. 324 Cth Street South. Phone 1S12. LOO Pressing! llT pairing and alterations done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods- 410 6th Slrett South. Phone S34. _ DR. L. T. DKXT1ST. (81KS eeesor lo Dn. Courtlce t Uraduete of University of Maryland, llooms S-9 MacQonaW Block. Phono 11C5, Lethbridga, AlU. DUS. MARKS AND D PRIVATE HOSPITALS Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. l'22t .Avenue South. Phone 740. _________UNDERTAKING_________ T. S. FBTTEItUY, LEADING FUNBR- _al director and licensed cmbalmer, motor or horse driven hearses. Par- lors, opposite Court House. Office phone 501, residence phono 1116. Open day and night, Successors to Drs. Stewart and JlcCluro. Hours i to 5. Offlce: Hlg- Inholbam Block. Plono 374, Dfl. B. O. HJ M M DENTI ST.' member of Royal College of geons. (Bug.) Licentiate Royal Col- lego of Physicians (Ixmdon) Hours 3-12; 1-5. Office CS Hig- Inbolhnm Block. Phono 1610- -r. w. C.RADU- ate North Western. Dental Univers- ity, Chicago- Office phone 785; res. idcnce vuGne 752. Offices; Union Bank liuiMing. 155-0 BK. U. "II." Graduate Chicago College of Den- ial Surgery. Offices, Shepherd Block, opposite Starland, Phone 7SO. Reaidence phoas 397 5J5cKAY fc Directors and Practical Kmbalmers; oftice and residence, S03 3rd Avenue S. Phone 1S02. -Always opeu, never closed. MISS hplils das- s'es at the V. M. C. A. for ball room, classical auii fancy ilanclug tor r.hil- dren and adults. IlaltTterm" com- mcnceB -this week. Phono 1095. _____SECOMD HAND' STCJRE.- THE'NEW.ST. LOUIS 2ND" HAND Store. Buy and sell cldtbing. Take your clolics there you :can get the 'best" prices-- 110, 4th'SI., Lieth- liriilga. Phone 127S: NORTH WARD, SECOND" Store, Thirteenth SL N, Furni ture-houeht and sold'. Repairs neat iy executeil.'F. A- prop. .Tele- phono. 1165. 1 CHIROPRACTORS SMITH ft and. June p. Smlth.--lf are. slcte and want to regain health, spinal adjuslmeuls and get vivell. Office in residence. 303 Itli Are. S., opposllo Model Bakery, lours D.39 to-5, 7 to 5. Phone 1C77. __________; J1ISS AtLEB.V M. Playing ajid Theory; siiperrislon of 11. C. C. Salmon..One" hundred cent, of- piiplla entered, for. Ihe'ei. aininalicns ot Iho Royal Academy and Royal Coiiege -ift Jliislc, Lon- lasl rear were successful. Stmljoj C23 9th Street FARM PRODUCE "whoiesale. cost! 'This, may dec lit c "yon to bale and'not sel I in. so to sell to us and'gel Established 10 years.' F. .O.-'Hyd'e Co.. v' FARJI PRODUCTS LIMJTED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES ALijAl.FA JIEAL-.. i'. i Inspectors Lelhbridge, Raymond nnd 5Iagrath.> you.want lo buy or (ell we Trill mall ycu our. itet Card on requesl. ZprSHERLOCK BUILDING Lelhbfidje "Phone :777 W.' J. Lloyd, Phone M. RlVHaiell, Acct., lf7S3 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. McEWEA, I. B- E., .Eleclrlcal mikes a Bpeclally ot wiring country liomcs nnd Injfalli'ng ilghilnj Consultations on all kinds of elec- trical work, 12C4 4th-ATa. S, Phoae 1SSS. 216-p. AUCTIONEER Hr. WILSOiN, FARty Live. Sloclt AucllpneenvSties con- rfnVted rfti'e ProTlnce. T'erms. reasonable. Write, or 1011. tlon nloclr, a, ige, of ;PlaLo; SHarinouy "'Theory. Over ten years' leaching eipcricnce. Studio fully equipped" -with black- scale ladder, .mod- ulating board, olc. Studio 1226 5lh Ave. A. EouQi.'- TWELWH SEASON'OF THE LBtlP Conscrratory of Music ro-. opens Thursday, August 30th. Piano Theory, Violin, Orchestra aucTBajni JlaDilolin, Banjo, Ulin-- lele. Guitar, Hawaiian Steel'Guitar. -Eldculioa.' era. methods. Mdny free'ad--' '181-0 8'L A French Class being 'organized aft nfghi schools. .Inquire nqwv' Shorthand, Typewriting, >and all Commercial Subjects, v Offlci iiibjwu. Phone Residence Phone While" for Full Inforcialioii., EYES TESTED. Difficult Case; a Specialty THE ALBBHTA UJNCH1 ..Grill, 411 Fitth Vhltef, 'coots In'tnn-n. Aleo and jbarber 'rrops. CAM; LOCAfl; .iwatef- for roarrlvGllargea .jr.- .JSHOE.IjEPAlRING.. HIT -.i-omptlr.'Orderi called fo'Kand tie- Frinlf Miles; Sll> Central and Sign Wrlllng. fitllnulfti Tho olrtesl.. caUbllahed "I.ethbrMge'. Rrt! Ph'oii'.-Ufk! offlte' phfine brMgo, pices of the of Great Clung iiU 'Ski -ANO ALL KINDS OF .TftlCAL WORK. W.L. PHOM tit 711 Jrd 'giftp.'Jr.. f ;