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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 12 THE LETHBMDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, October Figures Talk. So Get Our Prices 5th Street S. Phone 763 13th Street N. Phone 1063 DON'T BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU HEAR If anybody happens to tell you that they can give you as good lumber bargains as we can, you just look around before believing that. Get our prices and see our stock, convince'd that there's only one really right place to buy economically, and that place is right here Yardi it Letbbridse N. Letbbridgt Taber Bow Island Milk River Hiyb. Rivet Claresholm Nanton Granum Carmangaj Barons Kipp Jet. BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are yon aware of tie large number of fine hardviloTrerino; Slirubs tliat are perfect- ly hardy en the prairie.and thrive there year after year, getting racre beautiful every vear? V We can send von a selection of twelve varieties, three years old, that will all bloom this coming summer and all will be blooming at from spring un- til fall. The selection includes Lilacs. Snow- balls, Spireas. Wiegelias, Syringas, Elders, Snowberries, Deutzias, Honey- suckles, etc-, etc. AIT two to three feet high, three years old, regular value This selection, all express charges pre-s paid to your nearest express 'office at special price.' For 30 days only of Place orders early Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B. 0, WESTERN HIDE AJSTX> JUNE CO, WE BUY AND SELL All kinds of Second Hand .Furniture, Ladies' and Gents' clotMng. Office and Warehouse Crabb St. 320 Phone 442 P.O.Box 2013 Alfa. WAITED TEAMS a day and board for man and team, or to haul by the yard (free stable.) Apply. W. G. HOLE, Redpath St. W. Coal, Ice and Western Transfer Co. LONG- BEOS.Proprietora Office nest Arcade Phone 1163 50 in 250 tons choice upland, tons slough hay for sale stack or baled, good range and water in connection. ADDRESS Wallace Caswell f GADSBY, ALTA. SPLENDID NEW WAREHOUSE OF WESTERN CANADA AGENCY The Western recently moved Canada Acen'cy Ltd; lighter imo their handsome [smiths, forms of supplies for blaelir- nouses and powder magazines built, mines, contractors and until today besides himself there are five, people engaged on the office side and five in the warehouse, nnd in ad- -dltion-tc the fine new building just tne West aud Is an imposing addition. ware wiih the exception of household completed, the firm also bag an oil co the growing list of wholesale busi-Uines are earned. i warehouse and two powder rcmgazines, ew oitices ar.tl warehouse on First roads and ajso plumbers, steamritrers' vpmiA snQth Tie of jauii engineers' supplies of every de- jj :ne finest structure" ct "its "kind in jscrlptiou. In fact every kind ness buildings in Lethbridge. I -Measuring fifty-' by one" '-hundred In 'the -basement are carried iron and steel bars of all thicknesses and ileet in size the building is two stories engths, pumps, well drillers' supplies one at Taber. Lethbridge and the other The 'firm has a number general agencies, the most important The 'Office ot Ripley Transfer Co, Is Now On St. Opposite Methodist Chtirei Draylng done on short notice HAY ANJy GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: The Dowsley-McMiIlan Co. 7 Real Estate, Loans and Insurance PHONE 544 hundred and sirty acres of-finest level irrK gated gardening land in the province' of little more than 3 miles from- city of Lethbridge, only per acre- all broken, cultivated; and ready to plant. 10 acre plots adjoining- (Unbroken) selling- to 5125 per acre. Don't miss opportunity we have immediate sale for five 10 acre plots a: above prices, 7 years. in. height trith a full basement It is including casing, asbestos cement, builr of brick throughout with hand- Keen's cement, nails by the carload, isome stone finishings on the front, every description of contractors' hard- ji Mounting the broad front steps one aud so forth. J is ushered into a spacious entrance An enclosed elevator shaft connects j j hall elegantly finished in dark oak. ja 11 floors. 'The building throughout is [i green burlap and pres-sed steel ceil- j of mill construction of the latest and. ing. To the right of this portion of! most approved form. It cost ?2500.00. j tee building is to, display pur- Smith Bros, Wilson were the i poses, a gasoline motor or two. steam I builders and "Win. T. Williams'archi- j pumps and engineering, mining, black- tecr. j smithing fittings and other articles many other Lethbridge bnsi- I handled by the firm will -be shown i nesses, the Western Canada Agency j here. The office suites are on the! started with a small beginning. It left side of the entrance hall and con- j less than four years ago that sist. besides the waiting room, of Hisgs.. for some time had general office and two or three private i been connected with the stores depart- rand stenographers' oVices, all hand-1 ment of the A. RJ I, conceived the somely finished and furnished. The remainder of the main floor is idea, that there was a good opening m Lethbridge for a firm handling min- up for warehousing purposes, j ing and contractors' supplies. .He con- all the heavier kinds of j opened an office in the J contractors', railroad building and! tfoutnard 'block and commenced j mining supplies being kept here. Here j candling -x-ire cable and other articles can be seen everything almost, re-1 and mining supplies. At the starr. he quired in those lines of business from was general manager, office boy, ware- contractors' scrapers to mine carisousemaa and stenogranher. The wheels and steel rails and switch'business grew by leaps and -bounds. lines were added, warehouses increasing capacity rented, oil rrogs. On the second of'.which is that of the Wolf safety miners' lamp, for which they are the sole agents west of Montreal. This lamp, which is manufactured in Eng- land, is the.only one allowed in uie mines where there is gas, conseciuent- are in bi spciation, and G.-Sansonv B. A., of Medicine Hat, is th'e-secretary-treasur- er. TEACHERS' CONVENTION At THE HAT Interesting Series Of Dis- cussions on the Pro- gramme The Southern Alberta Teachers' As- sociation will hold its fourth annual convention in'Medicine Hat. 27 and 25. The programme includes. the hastv marketing "of- "the'large a paper on Elementary History by C J DEMAND FOR GOLD SUPPLY London, Oct. anticipated the Bank ot England today raised-its rate of -discount' froin. 4 'per cent, in order to protect its reserve which had been steadily depleted despite the imposition of the 4 per rate three weeks. ago. The reserve this week is expected to show nearly pounds de- crease. The Egyptian demand already to B. A., of uie Calgary Nor- School, Mathematics, programme of the lamp is that it cannot possibly jand metjlods 7v- be discuss- Andrews, M. A., principal of ,_ v .the Lethbridge High School: junior, iarap room 01 the mine being essen- hv be opened by a careless miner, v heavy' magnet which is kept in the 1 foor are kerrt the tial to draw back the automatic lock on the inside. Should the light be out it can be 'lighted again without the use of a match. Another valuaMc agency held by this firm is that of the Marshall trac- tor, a. British built gasoline engine, for which they keep all parts. The Western Canada Agency is the only wholesale hardware, firm estab- lished in Southern Alberta The fol- lowing instances show to what a size the business has attained. On the da-, they were visited by tha Herald, in their new home, their output of gasoline alone was .seventy steel arums. A carload of axe handles arid a carload of horseshoes were among incoming shipments. by W. 'E. Hideout. C. Saiisom, B. A., principal of the Medicine Hat High scnooi, wil'l lead the discussion on Spelling. At-the -morning session of JrTiaay, Miss M. Cafdwell will discuss "Drawing and Art Work in Public schools." Mrs. J. Williamson, "Man- ners and and J. J. Baker, B. "Heading." in the afternoon ses- sion, H. P. May, M. A., of the Leth- bridge High School, will give an ad- aress on "Training for Citizenship." Miss-.Bennett, of the .local High school staff, is president of the As- A fresh speculation in America and the many" American fi- nance bills placed here also are [ac- tors to be reckoned -with in the mone- tary situation of tne' future. WINNIPEG GIRLS GO WITH ROGUE Winnipeg, Oct. "girls, aged fifteen and daughters of known Winnipeg, people, left ths city for the south last -creek, in. com- pany with a rogue who-advertised for girls for theatrical' company.-- The police suspect the man-is a. wtute slaver. Machinery is being, shipped in to the G. T. P. properties in "the Telkwa, valley, B. C. 'HP Strathcona, Alta., will have armories to cost 530.000. In Krib's planing mill at Kespeler, Tnomas Walmsley had four fingers of his left hand cut ooff. Joseph Lavigne, alias Joseph .Albert FROM Hoy, was tried at Parr.' Sound for an i tunat-c enough to kill offence against a little rirl. He was i UlQ,