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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tage 10 THE LETHBKJDGE DAILY Thursday, November 10, 1010. yfiMW SPEECH FROM THE THRONE READ ROUTE OF GREAT AUTOMOBILE TRIP Preparations Under Way For Canad- ian "Glidden Tour Through West The first Ail-Canadian tout for automobiles, announcement of which has previously been made in jtuese columns, is formerly announced Legislature Opened Byib-r the Promoters in.a prospectus just r issued by the Modern Power Company Winnipeg, publishers of Modem Bulyea IS TO INTO PEACE RIVER of Nov.- he at all surprised if Pacific Railway were I should not j the Canadian i the first to The tour, has the endorsation build from Edmonton into the Peace i or the .Winnipeg 'Motor Trades Asso- Paver said J. K. Corn- Sciaiibn -cute of ,MS. the Cession of tip second legislature oi e rouce oi ime, um was'opened this "afternoon by to .reproduce the Gladden tour in Can- i Lieut.-Gov. Bulyea, who-has recently ads, will he, briefly; as follows: Start- been.rjppoiiited .secqnd term.. A ing from.. .Winnipe to Regina, iiurth to. Saskatoon, .west to Edmon- ton, south to east, to Moose good deal pf popular- interest is at- to work oi the assembly and aJso on account of" the change in premiership. In the speech-irom tiie-.throne the 1 Lieui.-Governot" referred in feeling I Winnipeg-. Cover Entire West .More than two' hundred cities, towns rerms'to the death of ifie late King and villages "will, be passed through. Edward and expressed the "hope that George would'.have-.a long and happy reign. .He .passed on to. deal with" the crop situation in the prov- ince, pointing out -that wherever pro- per farming methods had been em- ployed good results had been obiain- wliere start and finish lake place, be the only place to see the motorists more man once. The purpose pf the company, as an- nounced by. the company, is as fol- lows: To create a greater -interest in ed. Marked success, he added, had general enthusiasm for the motor attended 'efforts .to secure an influx j car along the routt> to encourage lue nnnroVfd immisrants. Changes in tile. improvement of. roads and bridges, ar-d menfber for Peace River discussing the prospects for further transportation facilities into his huge constituency. "What leads you to ,lhat Mr. Cornwall was. asked. "Well, the C.P.R. are not spending on a high level bridge merely to get to Edmonton. They have. plans for. the .country to the i northwest. Asa matter of iact thry i have already surveys completed into Peace River and right into Pine They have been working quiet- ly, an-cl 1 believe have everything al- most 111 readiness to commence con- struction of that line. They have had j parties of various kinds in the field for years. Undoubtedly it is their Inten tioa to build through Pine Pass. Every one knows the G-.T.P. and the C.N.R. have all the work'they can is to Friday and Saturday V i Slipper at The Foot Toggery Ladies' Felt Slippers, Friday and Saturday Ladies' Seal, Fur Trimmed, Fri- day and Saturday Men's Box Calf and Tan Bluchers Friday and Saturday W. J. Nelson Co. handle on hand The C.P.R. the only rail way in a positiofc build such a line- quickly and will build they- they once immigrants. Changes in the- administration were enumerated in tiie, speech -and intimation was determine approximately started_ Thc cpR could put ft that' important bills -would be pre- I reliable type of motor oar for use on Mine In jhere in two oUlci: sented for the-, consideration of the j prairie roads such as those companies .would require four or five members. Reference, was jrsde to the i -tne education of the general, pub-1 years." report of the Royal Commission on f Canada" to the a the Alberta and Great Waterways in- vestieat-ion. which would be presented !tag6s ot .car as .x rapid transportation is v.tia uret at once. After the ad-dress from the .raPia Trani throne the report- of the Royal Com- sideraiion. mission was laid on-the table. The house then adjourned until Monday. LOCAL BUDGET Sam Murray pleaded guilty in po- ilice court ibis morning, charged ivith (being-drunk-uud disorderly. A car-d on [the court's desk from the chief's card index record keeping system indicated that Sam had pleaded guilty and had 1911. Greatest Home We liave competent men to send out'to measure for and-place shades, linoleum and: work promptly attended to. 3rd ATC. S. Plibne 625 Twelve Days' Trip Tbe total tue tour is some- thing like 230'0 miles, which SO per cent. of. tne popvii.. the ihreo pra-irie provinces be visited. It is expected thaL these Tvill be coverisd. about twelve days' running- iinie-A_ The pathfinder start about June e tour will take place been-punished for the same offence on j aD' t A usi fu f lhe Sept. 20th last, .sam admitted it. __ JS'_ Sep He was this .time fined So 'or- fifteen days. A LOCAL BUDGET Company on Tuesdav 'Sc consignment of apples NORTH COUNTRY LOOKING FINE AV. I-T. Holt has taken out for, a S1000 building- at: the corner ot Seventh Ave., South St. Plans arc being made .for ixation of a Leth-bridge branch- of thtf Veterans' Association. -J. Hanol'd, of 1710 Eishtti has been been requested by organiser au Winnipeg to" set .the -.under and a meeting- for-'thkl'-purpose has Xnnivfall__A T ntr' "ri? for next-Thursday even- bllOAViaU-A LOt F. Hmg j, r of Winter M r Buchanan and Mrs. U'cok> over Winnifired towisite'; prwr !Buchanan- for sale .of., Buchanan Avill at- i takes place-m- the-; city .on-Jaonday. The Good shipped a to Calgary. R. A. Smith, Of Messrs. Smith anil Cameron, -went to Cardston on legal j business, this afternoon. The contract for the remodelling of the building formerly occupied by the Gray has