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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta J7, 1! TTTE UETilBRID'CK DAILY IIBRALB 5 THE BLUE STORE Lethbridge Bargain Centre r r r taps taps taps GIVEN AWAY CAPS value from reduced 'to 75c to 55c EARTHQUAKES FRIGHTEN PEOPLE Parts of fiei'Jiiaiiy Itodly Shaken; Miu'li Dani- agfc Done Berlin, Nov. 17. Tliu earthquake of hist night which 'was felt in a wide urea of central Europe, severely dam- aged t.tie castle of on tin? slept) ScolJorborg, .near J-Iechingcn, Prussia. Staluea on the beaulittil CAPS regularly sold at and knocked down to BIG BARGAIN on Sheep Lined Coats Very Fine 7 oz. English Duck Coat est value to go at....... WOOLLEN BLANKETS AT REDUCED PRICES Blankets on BEST 6 oz. Woollen the Market at FINE 8 oz. All Wool the Market at Ian kets on were (llst'lym-eii ami greu cracks appeared In tho towers. At Constance, in tlio Grand Dnohy of Ba- den, the stiii'o and CTOKS of the cathed- ral, the niosi. imposing building in the city. Tell. 'J'he colossal statue of Cier- I mania, which crowned the pr.yt office building, tnmhk'ri into the street. The Kingdom of. Wnrtnnilieri: shaken liard'. In Khiiigen five hundred fright- ened persons spent the ninhi around fires in the open field. Kailway com- munication with that has heen interrupted. Karth shocks are unusual in the districts affected v'.iul the alarm of the people generally was greater than would have heen the case in countries where seismic disturbances are common. At Frankfort, whero houses were j shaken, the populace rushed into tho streets panic stricken. Great (Tacks I were made in the ivaltt; of-the huild-. i Studgart fcH the movement stronp- I iy. Mouses racked, pictures fell from j walls and furniture was tumhlod i about. .Reports from Munich, Slra.ss- j and of similar ey- i nerieuces: Tllere was panic in tits at Heidelhertf. NVjir Taatling- Ken a railway viaduct full in. Several including St. Stephen's [church were damaged at Ku1 Hansen. and a large stone was shaken from the church steeple. Uriel; and iilp from disturbed! buildings littered the streets. Theatre audiences stamped- ed from playhouses. The shock was JUAJKKETS FRIDAY'S WHEAT MARKET !tet opened 'tion woulio Nnv Dec May .May (new) Nov. Tlio grain niiu- strong, but clusitil u trau- today 99} 93J 99J- '1JJ 311 1 42j- Dec.'................ May.................. Nov............................. 1.89 Deo............................ Winnipeg Cash Prices No. I Nor No. 2 iNor................... No. 3 N'or................... No. No. Ii N'or No. 6 J.'ced tN'o. 2 a No. C. I'jxtra Xo. 1 Feed....... No. 1 Feed iNo. N'o. o x........................ No. 4 Rejected Feed........................... Minneapolis felt less severely, at Vienna. Austria, according to reports received here. Quick Sales Small Profits PAY US A VISIT All Are Guaranteed Whether yon buy Blue Ribbon. Tea, Blue Ribbon Coffee or Blue Ribbon Baking Powder, our refund offer is just the same. If you are not fully satisfied after a fair trial you" may return what is left and receive your money from the grocer. We could not afford to make this general offer if we did not know that Bine Ribbon goods are pure, wholesome and superior to other brands. v CANDIDATE _ At four o'clock this after- noon A. H. MeKeown anhounc- his candidature for the may- oralty. He has been assured generous support. LIBERAL WHIPS FOR NEW HOUSE Ottawa, Nov. p. Pardee, Lib- eral whijt, has nominated assistant 'whips as D. C. Ross. .Middlesex; Jir. P.aplncau. Beauiiarnoisv Brunswick. P. B. .Carvoll, Oarletoiij Nova Scotia. Qeo. Dec May Julv l 1.093 Close 41 39 1.80 1.85 9II-J 98 i 92 8G 75 40? 38 J 311} 371 uOi MM J.09{ Should be Raising Sheep To the Tune of Eighty I Whereas We Have Lesi Than Two Millions Canada should be carrying i 000. Instead, the figures are less than Mr. i tliat number heing less than twelve years -ago. Kyte, jManitoba, Dr. Jlol- T. Ritcli, special commissioner -to the j of Agricultiire at Ottawa, with .Mr. W. A. D-ryden, has he'ea con- j ducting an .entiuiry into the causes of comparative, failure of the sheep rais- ing industry in the Dominion. His renir-. will be published shortly. No Encouragement Given Mr, RHch says that no encourage- ia given to raise sheep in Al- berta and Saskatchewan owing to the policy of settling immigrants pursued Western provinces. The leases f g'iiMed to ranchmen are for 21 years; but they, are terminable by the gov- j erumtnt giving two years' notice, with the insult that owing to the_ inHecur- Hy of tenure, L the leaseholders have given insufficient attention to ;nor have any of them installed a pro- ioy, Provencher; Saskaichewan, J. Turiff, Alberts, J. TWO MORE JURORS AT LOS ANGELES Los Angeles. Nov. more jurors, making 'five in all, wore sworn .in at the McNamnra trial today. They ere J. B. Sa.vton. retired farmer, and SLAMMED DOOR IN WOMAN'S FACE! Eude Conduct Cost Pcn- cil Pedhu- and Costs'. The millionaire pedlar, who made !his initial in the1. Lcthhridge r lici; court, aliout thrt-'c ago, was i back on the job tliis morning again ion information hud by Filr's. .1. SlouT, of Norih I.t'lhhi'idgc, who charged him with assault. Arthur I Pittstnan. which is the handle' by j which the magnate is known to the police, has become a familiar and. nont! loo-wclcomp a figuic in .somti ot the residential. portions oi the cily. His particular occupation is selling iniseli a Hc admitted this morning thai An all-star performance The A and Play PHONE 452 for the raised in Alberta G. A. DELANY Hill Block "William ,1. Andre, non-union carpen- ter. The state excused talesrmnf Ar- tlmr Oribbllng, Willian'i Brunner ami j IMI[ Clark McLain. The defence excused Brewster C. Kenyon, A. 0. Heath, T H. Elliott and Jacob Lansin Tho i'> 101- defonce now have eiorcn and state iIars !cF' h" fmns five pre-omptory cliallenBes loft. I bo ;l timl; up his minil _________________________________ {jtM tth'-irc pitrchasf it.. It is well _ ,0 here that he had i six liiitulred dollars in cold cash when he hlcw in. and although he says that he has hrcn at the hu.siiic.SK for only six months, informal ion is in the hands of the police' that he is an ex- tensive laii'J holder in llranrion. 1 he has made oh- iectiiinahlc lo the politv and others in the cily, who state that lie IK very insolenl his palrons do not come through up to c.vneclations, iind Mrs. Stowe turned hint iloivn, it appears Ihnl he slammeil the dour against her, hmlini; her fcl- liniv, leading to (lie liiyini; of inior- niat.ioii. Mrs. evirleiice was icorroi'oiatud liy licr so Matpsirate Mall out a ten- dollar hue as a litllc lesson in Ro0d manners. Cowley, a vag v.-itli not such a account his disposal, was given thirty days in the clink to think alio'tl gettiiif: a permanent. joli. ,Siv other of the hobo faction H were civcn (1 chance to work oft Sol'lo on the stone pile. for thn Victor are the best in the .world. The greatest opsui singers, lead ing instrumental- ists, and many vaudeville fa- voritc-3, make records ex- clusively for the Victor, Think of the pleasure of owning one of the instru- ments jind enjoying the imisic of these famous artists at Us very host. You can buy .1 Gramophone for as lilt.le as Others, Viftor Miu'hines, Up to Easy Tunns if desired. Mason Dom. Blk. Phone 791 plant, for their washing and dip-! [ping. As a-remedy. the report, will j suggest that the sheep-farmers he per-; initted to graze on Crown lands. A benefit that will accrue to th'3 gov- ernment, if this is done, will be that.. the sheep will eat the herbage so close as to redness live risks of bush fires' to a j The report will go on to point out that the ignorance of sheep-breeders themselves is a graver difficulty that must be the industry is to be raised to the height it should occupy. Hitherto tiie sole idea of the fanners has been to raise sJieep for their wool. In this thtty cannot hope to compete with other countries, in- chiding the United States, in conse- quence of various local conditions. Hut tbe report will urge that th-ere is a fortune in store for successful breeders of mutton, in preference to wool-bearing sheep. Varying Conditions of Raising "As an instance of the varying cpn- 'litioiiB of different countries, it is ;hown that, whei'aas in Aus'tralia sheep are principally raised for Uieir wool, the value of the sheep apart from its wool is no more on an av-er- than 10 shillings, or about S-'.r.Q, while Iwrc it is a poor sheep that will not fetch at. There is a great demand for mutton-sheep in that last year j'i.OOO sheep were exported to Boston frotn Prince Edward Island alone, and mifny more from the other Maritime Provinces. Yet all the time the Can- adian fanner has been neglecting the cprtnin revenue that' awaited him to raise wool rather than.mutton. Example of Prevailing Ignorance The following instance of tho pro vjiiling ignorance among slm'ap farm- era is given to show how much nmsi; ;be done, before better results ran bo i hoped for. In Ontario, wool is so'id I for from 1-1 tu 15 cents a pound. In SLATER SHOES Tin's sloppy readier cnlls for iroocl foot.wcjir. sn't wcnr the bcsl. when (hey don't no-oL any more Hum in- ferior phocs. I have the solo ngenp.y for these shoes A_C C in I.etiiiiridge. Prices, por pair w O BUCHAN'S MEN'S PIFTH ST., BRYAN BLK. NEXT TO EUREKA THEATRE. LAST CHANCE! You Must Send Your Order BY RETURN MAIL for the BOX OF APPLES to Go to the Old Country. Tho only reason that w.e con, offnr this price for these apples, de- livered, IB because. ship them from our cold-storage warehouses In carload lots. If we wore to them singly ttili prlot would not take them past liouUeal. Lands It At Your Friend's Poor Ton no more after sand us 'oriwr. to all the rest. Tho paclrtiii, shipping and the delhrery tttmtgm ir you lire darinc Xmas. You can think of nothing that you could Md stpfnen that will give so maob ptauaiv will as l box of these prime Cuadlw wits. We Guarantee the Apples of Highest Quality and To Arrive in A1 Condition Evcrr ta a perfect specimei oMts rurietT. hand-picked, caretully sorted and separately packed specially for Xmu prewntation. Tke at to to remembered; so Don't Disappoint Them Don't Just send them some knkknuk. someOitog member of the timllr can for oM tot jaant aliks. And get It there on A gift, delarxl Mck at IU value. Send your ardor. Wo will It Order at Once! It Should Reach Us Not Later Than Nov. 27th 1C roar order Is neeired too lite to catch the lut uhlpment wo will return your rotntttance. So If you tbtalc are late, send the order. Take a can't kuw. To Ireland and tin Shetland and Ortaey Mand> the .price la IHeaem. The National Fwcfciog J7 Yongc St., Toronto: Please Accept this order ....cw one buflhel each of No. 1 whiter delivered by your OompaDy in good all paid, to the addresses gifen below, lor which I (Stute whether Exp, Order, P.O., or To sent to I C. -J -n ri (Mr., er MlKi, House Address. Town or Connty............ to M............. (Mr., Mn. or 1 (Mr., Mu. w Mlw) House AiMreKB Town or .City. County. Order from M-... Street AililnM City Prorioco.. If this order fe not ackDowladged in Om ttojn tho Company. To Ireland the Shethud led Orkney Uie prin J3.25, all charges paid. AddrMS, The Mail Order Department .The National Land, Fruit Packing- Co., Limited, 37 Yonge St., Toronto IIANKKP.3: THX OAXAStlAK IUKK Or COB the Maritime Provinces they still fol- low tho custom thai, obtained in Eng- land in the tlfiya of hand-loom weav- at which the farmers loo often laugh !is a fad, .forgetful that in an expert wool-clasacr often ing. The wool is first shorn find a year. In Canada thte 'far ra- th on tub-washed, after which it Is sold are oMntning no more for tha for 22 to 21 cents a pound. The fa'niHM'H openly of thn super- iority of tliViir wool to that grown lurthcr west, forgetful that It has shrunk in (lie process of; tub-washing quite '10 per cent.., so that thfl On- tario woo' Is really the more profit- able, Othftr import ant mutters on which he iteport wfl'i touch are tho hotter ;uiministration of the dog laws, and the improvement of fencing in tho eastern provinces, to obviate the henvy IOBEOB that now place from doga .worrying thft sheep: and last, though not least. thei necessity for the proper classification of wool, first flGecefi than for subsequent ,or for fine wool Mian ihey do for coarse, Monetary Times, MAKE THIS TAFFY WITH COCOA If yon nave never tried making ''chocolate" taffy