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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta DAiiA November H IT Offers a few Extra Specialsv Tor To-morrow Blaek Beaver Coats, lieavy quilted linings German otter collars, usual Canvas Sheep Lined Coats at PenmaiaV Sanitary Wool Fleece Under- wear, per suit Suits lor :S? -l" Bear in niiridwe do not offer a ctieafi handker oU but we We Goooniaii -Block- to pay, j than can :r Tki ir HIGH SCHOOL REPORT FOR OCTOBER Standard VIIf. B. Simpson, 74 per cent. IJiv. Tippen, 32 per ceur... .K. Lethbridge, 01 per cent; -i. Me- ceuc.; J. Wallace, 11 cent: Standard VII. Uiv. Parry, G4 per cent.; per cent.; Haljl: ahearer, per cent.; Koss Sloan, 5tf Laura Cascaclen, 55 per Dieseth, 55'per cent Uiv.- -rJCIl.r-J. Livingstone, pei- ,H. 53 per cent; Luella Udscadderi, 48" per ceflt; Hyssop, per M.'Laverick, 43 ceir., .Fisher, 43-per cent.; E.. 42r 41. percent Vl Sherlock, 39 25 'per, cent. Mor- gan, 'per' cent; T. Hamilton, 23 per cent.; Mr.-Hutton, 13 percent Standard VI. JDiv. cerit; Tom Penncfatlier, SO per. cent-; Xrordph. Campbell, 52 per Jennie. -cent; Margaret Carrie Cook, 56 per Leitice" fientley. 5G .per cent. Link, 54 per cent; -Esta. Hariemaji; 52 per cent; Nellie Hazell, 52 per" cent; Helen 52 per. Nelson pascadeu, 51 .per cent; Malsle per cent; .Harald cent; Arthur Fiske, 46 .per -Edward Patteson, 41 per, 'Olive Diser, .41'' per M. 0 .p'er. cent.; M. L-afferty, 40 Switzer, 3J> per cent: r, 34 per cent.; 'B. Sang, 34 M. Nelson, 3-i per cent.; 33 pel" cent.; H. Thomp- son, '29' per. .cent.; G-. .Prouse, 28 per cent.; 21 per cent; E.'-Mit- r.o.ra, "20 "per.cent. M. A., principal. MACHINE PULLS', FLAX TJ. A. Lutsier, of Minneapolis. Has In- vention of Much Projfiise St. Paul, Minn, Nov. A. Lus- filer, a patternmaker, n-Jio .ias' .been woisuig for years rapon a macbiae ,to of pull flax, Ixas succeeded' in perfecting invention to the point president eiitliusiastie more can a townask for than tliese excep- tional conditions What -better p-raspect-can a for a small investment than -7'; Join; tne party on Friday next and look tne proposition over Pkone 426 Auctioneers tie entire-lacfcof rule or of organization In Canadian cities, and: at-the backfire! s-tate of :tneir municipal life. He'came away I J} impressed witn the character and bus- iness ability of the oJih.cials of the Grain Growers Association at Winni- peg, and with The fact that they were .eqnvin-ced free traders. He "express- .ed'. the ..conviction from- -wjiat. he savr arid heard that'protection-had noth- CANADA HAS THE MOST BUFFALO ing, whatever to do boom of ifiere. and that" Canadians refused to recognize preference in their favor as in any way strengthen- ing their loyalty to the motherland. EASY METHOD TO SLAUGHTER GAME -Berlin, Nov. 11. Emperor Nicholas hunted to-day in Emperor William's grame preserve near Oranienburg miles State of Union Has a Big Herds How many buffalo are there alive in the today? According to WRECKED SHIP Serious Charge Against: Six Mautfoulin Island Men Saulfc Ste Marie, Oat., Xov, ter an investigation extending over nin-o months, during which time pri- vate detectives have scoured the Isl- and ci Manitoulin. the crown officers arc said to be ready 10 bring about the conviction of six men who took part in one of the most serious cases of vessnl plundering encountered years. The vessel -was freighter Wisschicken, of. the Liuc of Buffalo, which was wrecked on outer Duck Island, off the soulh- crn coast of Manitoulin, last winter, the sis men who are alleged to have tu ,t j plundered the vessel of freight-to the assembling: some 1500 deer, hare and J-ia-le Prov'ince- ]V i nf nnn Lnitetl Slates, tne bison, arc scatter-I other four-tooted game wunin an en- .wl Throush 24T states. The closure, and from which the animals ]ias its fargcst representation across were driven out. to-day past a line of the bouiKlaiy in South Dakota, win-re platforms concealed by pine brandies there are hea-d belonging to .lames bia 12, Illinois. 19, Iowa 33, Kansas 43, -Massachusetts 9, Michigan 9; Min- nesota 3, Missouri 3, Montana 152, jNebraska 8, New. Hampshire .'106, York Ohio 18, Pennsylvania 10, South Dakota Texas'l04, Utahr-35, Wisconsin 3, Wy- oming'.130. The'buffalo in Canada are distri- buted as follows Buffalo Park, Wainwright 850.. -Wood Bison, Athabasca District 45'0 Banff National Park 25 Elk. Park, Lament 50 Assiniboine-" Park 3 Ontario Riverdale Park 2 the 1910 census ot the American Bis- on Society, vhicli has as its object the permanent preservation and in- crease of the-American bison, the to- tal number oi animals of pura blood in existence in North America at the present time is placed at- these figures including; tht wood buffalo herds oi the Athabasca district.; which arc estimated to number -150 Of the total number of buGulo in The North American Continent, wull northeast of Potsdam. A lover half, belong ro ih'e.Cana- uattalion of soldiers, with foresters, 'dian government and are )ocate-d in had -been engaged for some days in i Alberta or the country to-OK ABOUT 'J ALFRED'MONO CANADA .Manchester, J.'.Masse., editor of. the .National Review, sjieik- ing here- to-day referrias-, .to-: Alfred AlontTg.. visit to mulu-rallJionaire has recently been, on a mission to. Canada, of too'St-. tie-has been heard, in. this country, for Canadians are a pra-etical people. But from.. the first m _his? arrival they assailed, him with', .a series of questions, which he'- deem-ed. wise not to answer, for the simple reason -1 taev were unanswerable." REMARKABLE GOLD FIND IN WEST AUSTRALIA York, Xov, ac- counts hare reached this city of won- derful sold discoveries in the district of Yilgam. West Australia. The rush to the fields continues' unabated, and the in the heart of Bell, is by experts as the greatest- Bid rinti in the commonwealth. BLACKHAND IN VANCOUVER. vancouTer, B.. Nor. death of the Italian, Farr'oj .by t -tonllet .in the brain on recently, attributed to -blacfchand.' Farro one of four Italians wounded in. a dago shooting scrape in the city last UhriBtmas, and for whieli a compatriot is .ncro- serving a years-' sentence. An Italian, iniotvii a-s Nick, was last seen with Farro, and is no-w missing. value of were placed under ar- rest at Gore Bay some time ago, ap- ipear for trial before Magistrate Price [tomorrow. The men who are now at, 'lihpriy on bail arc: Victor Matheson" William Bain, Kenny MacDonald, Fred jBeniteau and two brothers, John and i Alex. Purvis. All six arc charged jwii-li stealing from the wreck, and thr i Purvis BroUiers face an additional charge of selling thr stolen freight. The men live-in the vicinity of "tlie spot where the wreck occurred, John Tun-is being a light-house keeper. EUROPEAN BANKS WILL LOAN MONEY TO CHINA! .London, Nov. agreement j was signed to-day by which English! German and French banks will partici- pate m a Joan of fifty million dollars which an American syndicate will make to China. j 'i'be agreement provides also for co- j operations of signatures jn the matter of future Joans to the Chinese govern- ment and mutual participation there- Jin. The banks concerned arc the! ran houses. -Honk Kong and Shah-g j 'banking- company. Bank of Tn-cio-l and. the German East Asiatic' and upon -which tiie twenty-tfwo orhcr hunters positions ready for the killic royal party rx.ici Philip, of Fort Pierre. 'In Mon.ana, counting .the remainder of the Pablo J -herd, the Conrad herd, from "rwhich m 'Howard Douglas, Dominion coinmis- siOiR-r of parks, -has just- purchased 17 head, ami :hc; bc'anl tlror- the Montana Nalional Range, there peror Nicholas was permitted the firrt snot. Kariy to-day the forest ouflily searched by troops- to 152 sure that it contained r.o one whose was unauthorized. To M MONTREAL LUMBERMEN TO PROTECT THEMSELVES i Montreal, Xov. met1- i cnants of Montreal have formed thenv selves into a distinct association, de- tnat they had to rake the step to protect, themselves against the dis-j Honest contrnctors of the city, tna: -they.would have to make-out n j "black sliowinjr members "ilH'.-rc v.-hoiii rhcy slunild not deal. i DID YOU KNOW That our Repair Dept. has a well deserved reputation for executing ihc most reliable repairs. Clocks are very un- certain in their action this weather and cjuess at the time a bit. If you haye a dock; in your house suffering in that manner, let our Repair Deparrmenr take ic in hand and you may be sure of ob- taining sruiifacuon. Then again, if you have any article of jewelry that wants repairing, bring it along and we will be pleased to fix it for you. Charges moderate, E.A.EWERT Round St. Oliver Block National Park Herd Wyoming there arc about 33fl head, all bat ten-of which art-, 1o be found on the ranges of the Yellow- stone National Park. Texas has the- ;fourth largr-s: total, Charles Good- jnisht having 101 head of bison OR his kanch at. Good night. The Blue Mount I Foii'Si Association has a herd of pi'ac Hieally the si7.fr as the Good- jnigl'it herd, at Newport, New Hamp- shire. It will ;hus be while C'an- ada has much l-he largesi herd of buf- falo in at. now numbering Sijd arc si ill ot-hn herds in captivity in North America, the owners oi which arc iioi7ig tiicir shnrc in preserving Jans! perpr-tuat-ins the bison, till re- IcMitiy, threatened with extinction as a spix-ies. Before many years it is I oxpe.cUtl that the hrrA of tho Cana- dian at Wa'inwrighi will [tt'inibei oi by natural This year ihcnr r.o less tliuii i-lU oaKcS from the present, herd. Census of Buffalo The census of bison in the United Slates compiled by The American Biiion Society, of win'ch Theodoro Roosevelt is prcsiiifit, and Kxofflhncy Earl Grey, hon. vicc-prc- sidont, is foHnxvs: M, Arkansas 2. California 16; Colorado JS, Di.i'tncl ui STou doa-'t get your hat mads to order, yet. it fits. Yon don't get shoes made to order, yet they fit." Why should get clothes made to order when "Progress. y Brand'' CiolJiing fits You can get excellent well made, perfect about half'-what the same shoes would cost if made to order. You can get well made, perfect fitting- Tor about half custom tailors you ask fcr "PROGRESS "PROGRESS BRAND" CLOTHES are not made to 311 more than hats or "PROGRESS BRAND" SUITS fit as well as any garments made by custom tailors al double the price. MADE AND GUARANTEED SY 12. VENEBERG CO. LIMITED, SOLO A GUARANTEE SY MeKELVIE McGOKE 86- LETHBBIDGE ;