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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Nov; 2, BE- MINTY ffl SHRUBS aware of the large number of fihe'liardy Flowering Shriibs that are parfect- the prairie4iixi'; will thrive thfere' after year; getting more beaiutif ul eveiy year'? We can send you a. selection, of twelve three years old, that wilt all bloom this coming summer and be blooming at different periods fr.om spring un- til fall.. The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls, :Spireas, Wiegeiias, Elders, Berberries, Deutzias, Honey- suckles, etc.. etc. All two to high, three years old, regular value This selection, all express charges pre- paid nearest express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B. C. BEfffCONTIEST f ants Ihfelligent Vote on the Government Navy Plans DrunmioiHjville, Nov. js stat- ed here that Sir .Wilfrid Laurier will in the for the conclusion of the election contest and that luj will address a meeting tomorrow in Uhc icfra hall at Vicioriaville. The pre- mier's plans (or the rest oi the'cam- paign are not announced, but it is un- derstood that Sir Wilfrid ;wili make a {lively effort to place the govern- Imenfs plans with regard to the nav- al bill fairly before the people .in or- j der to insure an intelligent vote, i I While the Nationalists are 1 make the visit of Sir Wilfrid" a; sisn 01 success, the Liberal forces do .'not look upon it as more than a natural desire of the premier to see that, his ideals oi national, defence.are proper- ly understood by his own compatri- ots. EtTorts have been made by the Nationalists to g-et the premier' to meet Mr. Bourassa at an "Assembly but it is hardly ex- "Miiv vuc AXinnuaaiisis.are t0 nbthms wfinue guessed at in such fi) constituency and the indications are that the Liberal candidate will be re. Burned by a substantial MORINVItlE UNE A Stratford aWerman went -to 'De-i troit, and 'on 'corning; back was, refused' admlssiou at the border as an unde- sirable. Explanations were 'made and eventually got in. Harold of TO- cen-ed -the Governor-General's medal tor the pupil 13 years of age, who got tae highest marks in the public scnools of the city. BRITISH TROOPS COMING TO CANADA Kdmontop., NOV. opera lions .will be commenced tomorrow morning on the MorinvUle east .branch lines of the C. N. R., stated a Macken- zie and.Mann railroad contractor this morning. The line will run east from Morinyme, but as yet it has not been decided just where is will connect with the main line; in all probability a town on the Jine'in the-North Battle- ford district will be made the junc- tion. .STIRLING NOTES Stirling, Nov. A. E. Fawn's to -n buil House, on Gait .avenue. (ieotife Oier jr. has commenced a cement foundation, for his evening u-2s spent in dancing 4. crowd Tv-as present and a verv -Mrs. Ida is visitin y ail. hristensen of Raymond "days. 'si Miss Daisy- Encksen of Raymond i .aew.-hcvnse. the'ball Mondav.iga Last .Friday ieveaing Miss' Winona j jar. Mrs. gtvve.-her friends'a Hallowe'en dents-OI- Stirling, from Clares'hota A very'nice supper was after which the evening was spejit in playini: games. The visited, tne home of Mr; and- Mrs. last leaving a girl, ten Monday evening the- Relief Society Clark, .for a. few days" Hunting is the favorite sport of'the men and boys at present. The ducks and geese are' very plentiful in this a Thanksgiving the town After. serW supper th ,Irs' Harvey, Hr. and -Miss Smith, Harvey and several' others from'Ohin" Oouiee, were in to the pany Jasf-Mon- i day evening are visiting with their daughter HIDE WE BUY AND SELL All kinds of Second Hand Furniture, Ladies' and Gents' clothing. Office and. Warehouse .320 Crabfa St. Phone 442 P.O.Box 2013 Lsthbndge, TEAMS 53.00 a .day and board for man ard team, or to haul by the yard stable.) Apply; W. G. HOLE, Redpath St. W, The Office of Ripley Transferee IB .._._- Redpath St Opposite Methodlat Draying done oa short notice HA YAJSTD GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: Residenci -1204 local fine "Shows Machine to Some Interested Spectators interested men saw a good emonstratioa yesterday on C. R. Darnel's "farm, given by" an Aultman- gas tractor breaking outfit ne tractor; engine is of -the four horkontal type and is ulsopd reil forward -with it's axis parallel to he main, axle of tie tractor, The ower is transmitted from the engine to the .large drive wheels, by a sys- tem of direct gears, the drive wheels are seven feet, six.inches in diameter and a -twenty-inch tread. There are a pair of extra wheels with a ten-inch tread may be attached if-necessary the engine eight ployrs, wmch were tuping furrows tree inches deep, without anv difficul- ty. There was a fairly steep grade in one section of the but the -trac- tor drew the plows'up with onlv a slight slipping of the wheels Messrs. Chadwick and-Hunter who arc. supervising the dem- onstration, carried all those interest- ed in the demonstration to Mr. Dan- iel's farm in automobiles. autoed fifty miles to the demonstra- tion. T S. McKenzie will have the Leth- lindge agency of the Ault-man-Tavlor tractors. AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat- (sfaction guaranteed. Live stock end implements a specialty J 4. Smith, 414 Wood SL, Lethbridge" Alberta. Regular salek at J. Graves' Sale Barn, Wood St., on the second and fourth Tuesdar of each month. St Tnomas proposes to lend the Monarcn Knitting Co., of Belleville for five years without Snteresr Taey may -build a plant and" employ 100 men. MARSHALL A RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce bj car, lowest prices. Phone 676, p. 0. EOT 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge Goal, Ice and "Western Traasfer Co. BEOS. Proprietors Office nest Arcade Phone 1163 Ike Waddington- Stuckey Co. HAY GRAIN MERCHANTS TlBiothy, .Alfalfa, Brome and Upland Oats, Bran, Soiled and Chopped Grain and Potatoes ahvays in stock. Office, Johnson BIk. Phone 42f VVarehouse: Rear of Dallas Phone 683 Pall Mall Ga- ue says preparations ar.e bein" made King horse? lormerly the. King's Colonials to Can- aaa next year. At present, it is not known whether the tour will have fin- ancial help Jrom home government, nut the .undertaking, will .be independ- ent Of such assistance as a: number "of ncfii people in London are prepared to foot toe'bill. ILLINOIS FARM "RENTS" RAISED Kewanee, 111., Nov. ten- ants have become so plentiful in this vicinity that some land owners, today advanced cash rents to W acre' double the figure of ten- years ago' AUere .are more than 100 applications for. every farm to .be vacated March i. cVgill and Wm. -Gillespie, of JOJy, were: tried at Parry.Sound, and' convicted, of stealing clotning and oth- er .articles from the summer cottage of Dr. Goldie on Otter Lake. Twelve months ?in Central each. GET OUT OF SUIT ISdmonton, Nov. was made in the Supreme Court .this" after- coon to have the name of G. D. AVinnlpes. struck, out- of- statement :of .claim, "taken yby Alfred res, Toronto, for .one-sixth iriter- -in Railway Com- Cacadk Construe- tion -Co. and -the Alberta and Gfeat Co., on the ground nat hs was not a proper party; to the action, Judge; Stuart-in giving: his" decision aid; "After, several carefui propbs- Js I have come to.the cpnclusiph that' uie court will'Jiave istrlbution of- shares; as. it is jMtotJvbut all arid 'nec- essary, .part- to the. actioiOfoivthey. are ail.one part of that interest: "aii I-intend.to dojs to, issue an order that filod'-an, affidavit verifying tlie statement of claim -the original. order., will >be-, set aside If he- does .file application-will be GEO; TAYLOR'S for choice fresh Cut Flowers, E oses. Cur nations, lily of the Valley. And all -other -Flowers in sen.- son. Funeral Designs, .Wed- eing Bouquets, and Plants of all kinds for sale and to rent Free delivery to all parti of the city. >A ,1 i' OEO.TA1XOR FLORIST and London Road Phone' 675. 'P. O. Box _. __ [_ rt" J dismissed with costs. Leave to will -be Portland. MetWisf CJiurcn, St. N. Inaugurate a nursery babies can .Care of 'their motners are in brhinity to secure British Lands at your bwn price Acting uader iustructions from the owners, J will offer for sale-over Acres of PrairieLand No Irrigation Required RainfaU 14 to 20 inches The only Prairie Land in- British Columbia A good opportunity for investors looking fora large tract to sub-dmde Gmdes furnished free, of cliarge to intending purchasers during the to sale. Good Government roads to all towns. a rtay reaso.aMe reserve wMci has will not be an, For maps or other information, address PHONE 77 P.O. BOX 144 Office Opposite Depot, Cranbrook, B. C, Reference: Canadian Bank of Commerce .em-ember The Date-Nov. 16 and 17, 1910 ;