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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOGE BAtLY BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Axe you 'aware of the large- number- of flowering Shrubs th'at are'perf eot- ly .'hardy on the prairie and will thrive there year after getting more beautiful every year? y We can send you a selection of 'twelve three; years old, that will allt tiis coming summer and all will blooming at different periods from spring un- til fall The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls.. Spireas, Wiegelias, Syringas, Elders, Berberries, Snowberries, Deuteias, -Honey- suckles, etc., etc. All two to three feet thre.e rears old, reular Tame This selection, all express charges pre- paid to your nearest egress office at special price. For 30 day. only of Place orders early Only perdozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B. 0. BLAMED FOR DEATH OF TOtSTOI Son of Russian Author Says Count Jschertkoff December 1, 1910. Caused It TTHO MAKES EVERYBODY LAUGH? JBJ0OEFAX! WATCH FOR DATE. OHIO'S POPULATION IS HOJSTED _ JN THE LAST DECADE Washington, !D. popuianon of the State GMs is as compared with, in and 1890, aceord- ing to the figures annonnefid today by IJireetor of Census Durahd. The in- crease during the last decade Is o76r or> 14.7 per as against an increase of or per cent, curing the preceding ten years- SS counties in State. 3S a loss in population this -vear, as compared withJ9.00, vhile the 50 show gains. In some in- MADE HIMSELF AlJVINaTORCH Bisbee, Ariz., Wells threw a-quantity of oil on live coals m prosr to start a. iire for breakfast at a camp 12 miles east of here to- -An explosion followed and Wells ran out, a human torch. He died soon afterward'from "Ms burns Hu- bert SJcCuTcheoo, who tried TO assist wells, was badly burned.-but will LITERARY AGENT Responsible for Separa- tion of Tolstoi his Family St. Petersburg, Nov. .Count Leo Tolstoi, jr., publishes a bitter t in public. It seems to me that this is an attempt at an autocratic act on the part of the first minister because he's 'it.' Quotes Law "In .all of a long line of judgment: there has never been a case whore confiscation has been made without hearing from the other parties. case of Meadows vs. C.P.R in -this province, Ex-Chief Justice, now Premier, Sifton, gave a decision that it would not be right to fore- close a mortgage that the lands must be sold by public auction. The right to; foreclose on this company after a term of three years is settled in the contract. "If we say yea to this bill, we sow the seed of unrest in our institu- tions." "When 'the western provinces were peg: The United States will not per- mit the 1 created, Hon. Walter Scott fought hard to have the C.P.R. exemption from "taxation clause struck out from the B.N.A. Act, but Sir Wilfrid Laur- icr said 'no, we have entered rnto a solemn contract.' This is t striking instance right at home where a gov- ernment refused to repudiate a con- tract. Sir Chas. Fitzpatrick, Justice ef Canada, refused to Chief have this oountiy money without due process of Mr: Bennett concluded' rath an ap- j peal Jo. the_ reason of the members to_ their '-fullest consjderat.iori before which if the bill becomes law the province's credit -is -the- old- country markets would be ruined. GIGANTIC ENGINEER DEAD AT THROTTLE Train Ran Wild Till Fireman Discov- ered the Tragedy Racine, lives of 300 passengers No. 6 on the Chicago, -Milwaukee and St. Paul road, bound to Chicago, hung in the 'balance yesterday, when'Michael Crowley, en- gineer, was stricken with apoplexy at his post and died while the train, was running 40 rmiles an hour. The fire- that the engineer did not sound the signals for a crossing, call- ed to receiving no ans- wer, went to the cab and found him The fireman stopped the train and backed Into Corliss, where the body was removed and another driver was obtained. STANDS ALOSTE AKD SIIPEEME IT COMES TO Good Values ;