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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1917 LETHBRinr.F, DAILY HERALD ^ PAGE SEVEH The Election Campaign Ottawa, Nor. 12.-It is unlikely that Sir Wilfrid Laurier will speak in Winnipeg before Monday November 26. AltliouKb no date has been fixed for the meeting It la not Improbable that November 26 may be chosen for the Winnipeg address of the oppoeltlon loader. It ia not Sir Wilfrid's present intention to proceed turthw west than Winnipeg, With nominations on Monday, November 19, It will be necessary tor the two political leaders within the next five days to give, endorsation to the candidates approved by them in the varloua constituencies. The lists of candidates as approved will appear In the Canada Gazette. As this will occupy the attention of the leaders tor a few days it is unlikely that Sir Wilfrid win be able to leave for Winnipeg before Thursday, November 22, and possibly not until the following clay. On his return from Winnipeg, Sir Wilfrid will address meetings In Montreal and Ottawa and othor Quebec and Ontario points. Plans are being made at unionist headquarters for Sir Robert Borden's tour of Ontario and Quebec which will open as soon after nomination day as It is possible for the prime minister to get away from the capital. At unionist and Liberal headquar-lors a marked difference of opinion appears to prevail as to the number of ^clamatlons likely on nomination tod^. Unionists say they will be quite numerous in Ontario, the marl-time provinces and the west. Liberals on the other hand assert that there win be contests in p!-actically all constituencies. Some uncertainty appears to exist in both camps as to what will happen in Quebec on Monday next, but it would not be surprising to either side if there are contests In practically all, If not all the con-atltuencles. In South Bruce Walkerton, Ont., Nov. 13.-At a largely attended convention the Liberals and Conservatives held here yesterday afternoon to nominate a union candidate for the riding of South Bruce, Alex B, McNab, a barrister of Walkerton, an ex-warden of Bruce county, was unanJniouisly nominated and accepted. Sidney Plahar Candidate Montreal, Nov. 16.-It was stated by an afternoon paper yesterday that Hon. Sidney Fisher would be the opposition candidate In St. ' Lawrence against Hon. C. C. Ballantyno, but this was authoritatively denied last night. Col. Craelmati Retlroa Montreal, Nov. 13.-Lleut.-Col. .T. J. Creolman, the "wln-tha-wir" Liberal candidate in St. Antolne division, in opposition to Sir Herbert Ames, announces his retirement from the field because he undergt'ands an anti-con-Ecriptlonist too Is to be nonilnated under Laurier Ubaral auspices, and he will not run asa.lnst Sir Herbert under the cirourastances. Ool, Creelman states, now that he Is no longer a candidate for parliament, he wlU Inform the minister of militia, that he Is ready to return to the front whenever ordered to do BO. Victoria Llbarala Victoria, B. C, Nov. 12.-Laurier Liberals of Victoria have decided to hold an open convention on Thursday night at which a candidate will be chosen to oppose the unionist nominee. The candidate, according to a resolution passed at a meeting held last night, will oppose union government aa at present constituted, but will support conscription. Premier ' Brewster attended tonight's meeting and mad^ a speech, advocating that the Liberala sink their differences and support tlie government. Won't Name Brewster Victoria, B. C, Nov. 1''.-It was learned today that Premier Brewster's name will not be placed in nomination at Wednesday night's unionist convention. Up to the present there are four names certain to bo proposed as follows: Chief Juntlce Hunter, A. C. Plumerlelt, J. L. Beckwith and Jcshua KIngham. Approve of Rowel! Port Hope, Ont., Nov. 13.-A Conservative committee of Durham county has passed a resolution recommending that the Conservative convention to be held in Orono this week approve of Hon. N. W. Rowell as the candidate of the union convention to be called ABLY SECONDED BY > erica's efforts to conserve ? food are being energetically ? N WARD, Owner J. A. SMITH,, Auctlonner � �* * * C � ? ? ? ? ? ? BORDEN IN HALIFAX Halifax, N. S., Nov. 13.-Sir Robert Borden arrived in Hall-fax late yesterday afternoon. He was called on by some provincial friends. Today the prime minister will receive deputations which have been arranged, one of them from munitions factories. At one o'clock he will address the Halifax Rotary Club, ot which he Is a member, and in the even-lug a convention of the Conservative party is to be held. At the same hour a convention of the Liberal party will also be PHONE 1050 P. King's AUTO LIVERY CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS STAND: THE ARCADE Showers' Auto Livery . Day and Night Ssrvloo. \^8tan4 3* White Lunch Phone 1127 OTT'S AUTp LIVERY Day Phofif 1S40 Night Phone 787 f7 GUNSMITHS _ G U MS M rr]Ts""& ^LOG K'SMIWS^^^^G^ barrels straightened, guns rostook-cd, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typcnvritors, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers shaiponcd. D. E. MacdonHl.J, Indian Molorcyclo Agent, Phono 1032, 412 4th Ave. S. PIANO TUNING gTTT. cripp.s,~' expert tuner- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory cxporlenco. Honours Certificate m.t. A,isn., London, England. Kefr-roncos to the leading musicians oC the r:itj'. Phone 1163 12a", Olh Ave. A. South. VUt.CANIZING the T:EKTb1UDGB VULCANIZING Works undortakj all tire repairing. All work guaranteed. Freight paid one way on out of town orders. e. Chaplin & Son, 712 3rd Ave. S., 3 doors east of Royal Bank. 138-0 BUILDERS' SUPPLIES lime, plaster, rooting, plate and window glass, automobile >vlnd-shlelds. The Western Supply & Bfjuipinent Co.. Ltd., Fourth Street South. Phone 1041, Box 298. lOS-0 CLEANING AND DYEING THE 'VALET-SPECIALLSTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger ot injury to garments. Only the highest class work turned out. No dyeing. Immediate atention is given to country orders. 324 0th Street South. Phone 1812. i]^d'^Xl\lP I boat in which they'trled to crosa th� St. Clair rivisr from Port Huron t(�( Sarnia,ov�xttttned'lHte Saturday alght^ James Donald,,bt Sarnia was luovM^ ;