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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, October DON'T BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU HEAR If anybody happens to tell you. that they can give you as good lumber bargains as we can vou believing that. Get our prices and see our stock, and be convinced'that there s only one really right-place to buy economically, and -that place is right here Figures Talk. So Get Our Prices 5th Street S. Phone 763 ONEER LUMBER 13th Street N. Phone 1063 Yard! at Lethbridge 'N. Letiibridjt Taber Bow Island -Milk, -River High River Clarieahoim Nantpn Granuia v Baroufi. .KippAjet. BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of large number of fine hardy Elorvering Shrubs that are perfect- ly hardy on the thrive there year after incre beautifill-every year? We can send you a selection of twelve varieties, three years old, that will all bloom this coming- summer and all will be blooming at different periods from spring un- til fall. The selection includes Lilacs. Snow- balls, Spireas. Wiegelias, 'Syringas, Elders, Berberries, Snowberries, Deutzias, Honey- suckles, etc., etc. All-two to three feet high; three .years old, regular value V- This selection, all express charges pre- paid to your nearest express office at'Special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror B.-G. I'. TUPPER TALKS JTCANADA Veteran Statesman is Hale and Hearty In Nine- tieth Year MRS. H.P. WHITNEY A'SALOME DANCER' j policy will, be'.maintained. London, Oct. the. stress Ja of-, nearly half a. century in. the politi- overwhelmed in a European con- met, ne was 'warmly sympathetic.- "If Great Britain and the United States would 'stand lie said. "no combination of- powers tjould effect ifleir position. They could keep' the peace of the- world. I not .mead tiiat they could prevent the antagon-J ism of European countries .among PERFORMANCE GIVEN' DURING themselves: but they could -main tain] CURING me supremacy or tbe Anglo-Saxon E AT WHICH ORIENTAL race." Sir Charles is an ardent believer in the benefits of production.. 'Canada owes a-Il its present great- ness to the protective policy .and that Protection (cal life ox' Canada, Sir Charles Tup- j [per. one of the Fathers of Confeder- jation, and former prime; minister, is I living a secluded PREVAIL York, Oct. is ito- day, discussing- the unique dinner par- ty, .siyen last night in honor-of Fr and Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney and your ae said. Discussing the question of imoeriaZ preference, Sir Charles T look mutual preferential Dorothy Whitney, at the country .of Mrs. Thomas Hastings, in Old L.-L r -Before the formal -dancing. Mrs. Har- ry Payne Whitney, in her famous or- iental, costume, gave an imitation of "It is a -case said, when asked land. sprinkled "with jewels. j it has improved, will not permit j strong bond of mutual self-iniierest to loyalty, that of the.Em- still plays, golf evidences his wonder- seea .on the links which adjoin his effect -tit her dance 'is said.: to have been correct her to take an'.ocean yoyage. I should to the sentimental certainly prefer to lire in Canada." [now exists' in all pans yi -.Ph Speaking to Sir Charles, it is dif- pire-" e Jm'mei's returned 'flcult to believe'' that the veteran Driving and .Golfing ,a and'a half' of travel in statesman is in his. ninetieth year: s-lr Charles1 recreations are driving] and tie guests at the Part-v I the fact that at this advanced age golfing. -Frequently he-is to be if stranSest assortment of cos- stfii mavfe. o-mf p.vrriPYir.0.- MC seen on the links w-hiVh i: seen at a society affair. .had been notified to appear in pec uliar. to _one of the coun- of honor, American Indians were orchestra 7of Land Co. Real Estate, Loans and Insurance v PHONE 544 IRRIGATED for sale BO acres of "-garcleiivplots a little more than ciif .-ihe new Exhibition per acre for tlje block or will sell in 10 acre plots, Tliis land-is all broken-and .plant watered: with a ditch onijoth sides. aoase. Sir Charles' son, Mr. X Stewart per, K.C., of Winnipeg, and his WESTERN HIDE AM) JUNK CO, WE BUY "AND SELL All kinds' of Second Hand Furniture, Ladies' and Gents' clothing. Office and Warehouse 320 Crabb St. Phone 442 P.O.Box 2013 Lsthbricige, Altsu a day and ooard for man and team, or to caul by the yard (free stable.) Apply. W. G. HOLEi Redpath St W. The Office of Ripley Transf er Co, Is Now On St. Opposite Methodist Church Draying done on ehort motlce HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: iand pleading 'cases before the" judicial committee, of thef privy council.' Sir :ful vitality. Tie passing of the -last iten years has made little impression 'on. renowned son of Nova Scotia; j- auu ius jtaat familiar stopp, family present visi-hn r- Mrs: Helen 'Hastings, 'the: hostess, is the daughter of' -Commodore E. C. .benedict. Mrs. Maude Washington, Colored, of Niagara Ont? was in the head by an unkno'wn" "man7 and is in the hospital in a serious state.. The sawmill at' Chase, recent- ly cut feet .of lumber in one day. most commandin "Do you think that Canada as it de- American continent it, is .obvious .that -back wiai satisfaction -on- -the at no very distant date it will hold a consunimation of- the' great questions. position in the. ou asil me to. give you a message lo Canada.. It is. this: ''Go and rosPer-' Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BBOS.Proprietors Office next Arcade Phone 1163 AUCT1ON SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Live stock and implements a specialty J A Smith, 414 Wood St., Lethbridge" Alberta. Regular sales at J c' Graves' Sale Barn. Wood on the second-and fourth Tuesday of each month. I MARSHALL- RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by car, lowest prices. Phone 676, P. 0. Bos 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge country in in my judgment, is prospering to such a great extent as- Canada or on so sure a and it would pass the most prophetic vision tij say what position she will obtain in tie'not distant future." i velops in importance will want to -take SK larger part in the government of the British I asked. j "The present he replied in my opinion, see the popula- tion of Canada surpass that of "the United Kingdom, but I see no reason to suppose that Canada and the other however great and import- ant, tney may .become, not be proud to enjoy the position o" sister nations. Of course all the importance that attaches to any portion of the em- pire will be greatly enhanced by the tuture greatness and 'Dhe empire the development of its out- lying parts will command still greater! influence in internationaraffairs thanj it wields at present.'' On the much-discussed question of annexation to the United States, Sir sarles was quite emphatic; who cared for him, the -cook who made Annexation Dead j broth during his last illness, and "The question of annexation was 'Personal friends, -will -divide an estate lettled in the contest of 1891, and inj valued at left ;by the death of for hejk'- J- Halley, unless con- test is made of the will. "SPENDEITDiES IN THE HOSPITAL LEAVES S200.000 TO BALL PLAY- ERS, NURSES, COOK, AND OTHERS Memphis, Term., Oct. players, deputy sheriffs, the nurses i NEW BABY WEIGHS 20 OUNCES Uuquoin, 111., Oct. has left 3. baby at the residence o eastern Illinois railroad conductor. _______________ wnich weighs scarcely a 'pound and a'm5' 'judgment settled quarter. The Infant appears to be in I said. perfect health and is expected to live.j I spoke of the German war scare, _______________ _ .and asked Sir Charles what positional last night following a continued A Pennsylvania contractor. Canada would take in the i celebration, according to physicians buiit the State Capitol at Harrisburg.i event of -European war. He attendance, who attributed his sud- stork I admitted graft to the amount of Sl-L- Sive1 an opinion. When jden ending to .alcoholism, which pro- Haiiey succumbed at a local hospit- i Henry Blakely, of Marion., a Chicago- union and to pay He was sentenced to make resti-1 that a defensive alliance j between the United States and Great Britain would be a happy solution and HAY AND GRAIN MERCHANTS Timothy, Alfalfa, Brome and Upland, Oats, WKeat Shorts, Rolled and Chopped Grain and Potatoes always in. stock Block. Phone 426 of Dallas.. Phone 683 heart failure. recently came into posses- sion of the estate of his foster moth- YOUR WATCH Does it need cleaning and repairing. The very best watches have their day of repairs and cleaning. Have your time- piece attended to before it is worn out for lack of, oil and cleanliness. A watch" or- ganism is fine and delicate and the slightest friction makes trouble and wears the parts otfc. We will guarantee and clean your watch and '-will warrant the job to be O. K. JEWELER, Round St. would -dispel any fear of England 'be-; Gr> -lrs. Joanna Madden, who died several weeks ago. -leaving gold, silver and currency hidden at the home be- hind pictures, under carpets, and in various places. He a squad of j police to escort the money to a local bank and shortly afterwards left to tour Europe, taking with him a com- panion. He cut his trip short and re- turned to Memphis recently. His friends became alarmed at his actions following his continued.' dis- sipation and placed him in the hos- pital where he died las: niglit. He had never been ill before, accord- ing to his friends. Leaves to Ball Player According to his wM, dictated short ly before his -death., and witnessed by Dr. A; B. Williams "of the hospital staff and others, HaHey bequeathed a lump sum of to Edward Huriburt, a baseball player. Other favored play- ers, mostly minor leaguers, were re- membered with smaller sums. To the cook at the hospital, whom lie had never seen, he left Deputy snerlff Palmer was 'bequeathed 1 MO, and there were bequests of small- er amounts to other friends in Mem-! I AAV Airr T'An LOOK OUT FOR THE OF EARLY IN Particulars Announced Later. Auctioneers I ;