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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DULY iieniioii Knishsly'investienlor( -.tnd other Knglish profess- oj-s and agrictiliuns'ts- stimulated do- ineEtic inierost in the question, Three niet hoiis e been ti of rising electricity through t the soil, tha of fencing uljiits of aic lamps suspended over'them, and that -of; running charged" the plants in Ihe area cultivated. Of r-i'eso methods, tlie first seems to have Vfelded discouraging, results, anil the application of the-electricity is at pre- sent being attempted ill rough aerial wires. Aerial Electric Wires -.The theory upon which the attempt electrical agriculture is not really ap- plicable to English land. Irrigation Is, lowever, the mnin present outlet he use of electricity in agriculture. the preparation of land by plough- ng. and so on attempts to apply elec- ric power have been made, and agri- iilturists h-.ive fitted fields with over- cad wires, running ploughs, but the ise of petrol anil gas engines is sim- ler and more economical, and no Monmouthshire, towns Hie ention of electric ploughing is lo tlu, jcwish iated. Similarly, in the gathering of nnd -ops the expenses of an electric plant carnrnters were planking rcmorsr tti the participants in the it jury they havr indicted upon you wliPh in their sane moments they rcflcci il. 1'k-asc accept, my sinceiT U'lipn I visited the placp tuitay the scene at Tonypandy last Nbvpmber was hrouaht hack to my mind. But are: prohibitive, against the up lion of electric threshing, for I'ntriintvs- and, generally, it nmy be said that the completion .of agricultural imple- ments decreases their utility. It is hoped [therefore, that the Iward Klizht Kruni Uisiriei of HIP Jc'.v.s who luivc been praclicaliv rendered huini'lpss have, up thi'ir rcnuiining valuables of igriuilture will chiefly .nsiijcl, yfraid for the endowed experiments upon the un-1 livvs authorities arc lak- developed sphere ot culture proper. bath bctatisc it" is and! Regular 65 and 75 cent Values A-splendid jissorhiKMil fntni io inako in pure rool Sale ol WhMc ioc it is applicable to pro- and during' ihLvdaj .1: iHMiis of cavalry ami inf STORY OF JEW BAITING IN WALES London Daily Mail Cor- respond snt Gives of the Rioting The London Daily Mail just to hand has the following "trraifhic uc- COUIIL of the auit-Jewish riots rrcrfUjTar raids on lews in middle ages arc brought to uiinil h'y the ferocious at- jlry were drafttMl into the town. Tlie.. are slalioned near Trc-.'j bi-t-n to'' hold ihcinselvcs to ops-rate in I iitny part oi. the valleys, and arc with- j in th'icrii miiutios' call of ICbbw Vale. The outbuMk at Hryntnawr was very snoii hy ttic residents Ihcm- st'lvpij ay ;i kiiiil of civil guard, i hut there arc signs ;it othei the riot fever has nnt and thai before these, cruel j anti-1 fr-brew onslaisglits urc- over, i [hlnod will in- Klir-d. KliliH Kubbi was lo.'iay busily his prr.stcutrd pcf.iplp- "I caimui explain he .said "I know of no reasuu why tbesuj .slutuld be made on the -lews, J for thcv In'c in these valleys as ovh-j cr pt'onte live. -Some of them lived IIP !v ten, lift ecu and t much -t'plenUid weight-" firm and c.l.oscly woven; 2, bleached; a cloth (.hat .is special value at 12 l-2c. cnshniorcs. wool tafrelns and plaids, shown in colors im-vy, alico, brown, reseda, myrtle, cardinal, cream, sky, pink and black, .suitable in and lexlnre for bouse dresse.s, nnd eliiidren's wear, and all values at (bo regular prliu1. .Friday and Saturday Special........ Xonlh-Ijhl Sale. Woollen A. Cnshniere Hose 25c Plain weaves in full fashioned style and fine ribbed hose, with close filling with double soles and spliced heels and toes. Sixes S 1-2 to tO ins. IVulay ami Saturday 25ir wide; full 1'i'uiny iiihl Sati'irilaiy Uk- Month-End Sale of Tailored Suits AC ollection oi' Sonic 'Twenty-odd St.yle's, t'p Yoii do r ;il i'o.nuirfcaMy price wlioii you road Ihis bnr- ucxv.s and ydii will wondoi- sl'ill nioro yon si-'o (lie (hem-; .solves nnd note Iho splondiil styles, litiiid-sniiic Iri and excellent work- The price for Friday and Saturday would not more than cover value.of the skirts alone, anrl would not. by any means, cover the manufacturer's first cost. Wonderful values. in that ihe air is permanently and! tacks tui these, little towns of Won- wm. t.j'1Cj. Woiild not be fccfc and weary breasts, where shall jrjc, wr .Ipe away and br at The; Mr' Charles Gohtblail, draper of i dove has her nest, mankind a havc j j but his grave. Hebrew here believes these 'men wrecked hy the mob, said the j, treatment mcicd out lo the A two-horse po engine is said .to suffice for a twenty- Here plot. The wires'arc. laid, above the lines of plants the ex- periment is being made. -The recent English experiments" have pointed to cji increase per cent, in speed of planis raised in this man- Reerfi, strawberries, letiuces, lo- riidfo-as. radishes have responded fa- ffvorably lo the'lroahnenl, and the acceleration achic-v'cd has, in certain ra-j-es, beiiiff accompanied by a fuller flavor imparted to Ihe yield. Tlie Ku-fy cr crop's, snnh' as- wheat, have also shown'thomselves disposed to answer to electrical treatment. Indeed, though" the tjuitc experimental, a company at Gloucester already dis'ribnted the neccKKaiy to Clennany, Austria, and method of application by means lights suspended over Hie plants "Ils'arcs' at Jewish They that llic amount of pro- rtoca nol. seem to have received the which they demolished and! pcrty hclil by llinn is very -small, street tlK-yjnnd thai the rent they .charge is in i tt-piij, iirc.sist'ihh; and hopelessly out, propmtioi. the ratn of the 5 of hand. Thr few-policemen in the town. The oiln-r charge of cinupul- iown were swop I. aside. jsory buying in Jewish shops is cbar- This only the hcpinninp. On as ridiculoufi. The ihumiKi: SiileoC Ijiucn iliirk Towels 25c (irth to 40c. Hcautiful djialities ijiien goods, in various larse sizes; nlaiu, or daimisk' ends; soft and free from dress- ing; full bleached and splendid to wear. of Art Dciiiins and Sateens Regular 2oo'Viilncs. Handsome floral and scroll de.signs in light, medium and durk colors, suitable foi1 cushions and drapes; all very serviceable uul guaranteed perfectly I'asl colors. Friday iiiid Saliinhiy words aie true and entirely devoid of JMUK gpttinp as bad a.s il was in Hn.s- iiH'ie spniiint'iiL Anybody who Kiw jsia. what I saw today would agree. I have made evhaustive enquiry in- Tlic rioting-shmvs little sign oijio the cause of ilii.s extraordinary j ubaic-rm-Mt and Ihe'cause of the hit- antipatln the Jews. There are I ter. feelings against, Jewisli traders, vague .diarges Hutl ihr Jewish com- whr. have heen snhjuclcd to .such gross tnntiiU possess ;i gival deal of pro- outrage -fcmajns Tlie out- pcrty in thrjsc districts, and the break was iis sudden as il was tierce. !-rreal outbreaK. of feeling against: CioH-ds gathered on Saturday night, j Ihfni is allege, to have he-en Jjiuscd in ilit si reels of much as j hy methotls, and liiry usually do, hut .suddenly out of. furfher to he cpinpclliiig tlu-irl p. by-slrruf came croup ni yuniig, tenanls in iinrcliaw at their shops, fellows, about 200 strong, ami atjThcoe sialenienls arc very strongly once they swent along the main tlior- rcpuflialed by ihr Jews Makers Hair Grow Tlie Alberta Drue Rook Co. has nn invigorator tliat will hair or money back. The time to take rare of your hair is when you have hair to take care of. If voiir hair is getting thin, grad- ually falling nut, it cannoi, foc long be- fore the spots appear. The greatest remedy to'stop the hair from falling IR SAW A, the Great American Hair Grower, first diccovcr- in ;Knnland. SALVIA furnisbeB nourish nien L to the hair root a and acts iu quickly that are amaz- ed. And reiiionlher, It. deHtroys the Dan- druff serin, the little .pest that saps the Mife Lhflt should go to the hair from the roots. vSALVIA is sold by Alberta ,Dmg A Book Co. under n positive guarantee to kill Dandruff, stop Fall- tiif Hair and Itching 'Scalp in ton Jays or money back. A large bottle 'Latin for aage) is on every bottle.) touts 5UC.. The word "SALVIA" .Sunday nighrlhc chapels poured their the thousands Ihe st.rrcts and people, all Imiifih warned I o straight, home, si nod about watched ttr fninird part of the .raging mob, whii-h again connr.onccd its fell work military arrived at mid- MONTH-END SALE FALL UNDERWEAR 25 CENTS ViilnpN i 40i pc i (iannont. A miscellaneous collection lines.of ladies' and children's, wear included in this lot. such as nnt! (Jiawera in good I all Nazareth waists and pure wool infants' binds which aic isoisonable and icpiebtiit cxeuptional valtio at the bargain price. v Frnlay anil Monih-KiHl hale ol Large 75e SI Of) .iluc Heavy weight cotton sheets, full bleached. In size to fit the regular four-foot, berl; and free from dressing; splendid lo wenr and exceptional value id the reK'ilar nijirkmi price of Jl.OO. Fi'Mhiy and Salnnlay 8iilc ul Child- ren's Itciirskin Coals Off A special purchase of H manufacturer's lol, thai, wo pass on to yon at about the cost, of the material alone. Shown in white only in sixes suitable for children of four months to four years of 'ago. Regular prices range from J2.00 to Friday Saturday 1-3 Off {Ml ISalc ol iMcsscliiiiic Silks 60c WoTih Up lo Si.00. A beautiful quality, soft finish, pure 'silk cloth, suitable for waists, dresses and foundation linings; shown in a complete range of all the wanted colors. Friday and Salnnlay done amounts to thousands of pounds which, Oi course, the community will' go liai'c lo pay for. It is not. known' many shops have been demolish- oil, lull iiractirally every Jewish trader suflereil vrry hcavilv. I .noting a I. l.lanclly niRlil. and il. was only after several) Al Uawlly annul. twenty people cliarprs liy Ilir pnlicp wilh Ihe sol-1 wen? rharewl widi liftil-ing from ilirrs re.nly a I hanil In fire that Ihe! tradesmen's slinp.s. The. court pre- streeis wer- eloaml. jsenfed Ihe appearance of a provision Hayonct CharRrs warehouse, hi.innil, tinned fruit, On. Monday tin- fever spread k Rlnmiifv, Vale, and other vil- choi-nla'lo, box-cs of contlensiul .milk, hlne, and lea, tins of salmon, boxes of cigarettes, hums and Candles bcinK stacked in lathes, and nol nnly .Jewish sliops were other premises as viol act was read ahoitt, six times, nnd the snlilinrs charged I blankets, and rolls of cloth. In Men Ihe wilh fixed hayonel.s. Xo) ot these eases Ihe prisoners however, look place, a Mel con.'iiilltcil lot krinl. larne one pile consisted entirely of millinery, were Month-End Sale of Newest Millinery A Collet-lion ol Hals al iji'.oO that Should Create A .showing of :i, similar cliamoteM' lo wo had on sales a. though containing a wider diversity of siyl.cs and be 1 1 or values (.Iran any ol' BtHUlltully trimmed shaori ru1 bicomlng itylei ind reprcienting valuet worth up to I10.IXK CO. THE LADIES STORE PHONE AC ADI A BLOCK ;