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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIfiGE HERALD BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS i Are you aware of the large number of Tine hardy FloATering Shrubs that are perfect- hardy en the prairie and will thrive there year after year, getting more beautiful every year? We can send you a selection of twelve varieties, three years old, that will all this coming summer and all will be blooming at different periods from spring un- til fall The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- Dalls, Soireas, Wiegelias, Syringas, Elders, Berberries, Snowberries, Deutzias, Honey- suckles, etc., etc. xlll two to three feet high, three years old, regular value 112.50. This selection, all express charges pre- paid to your nearest express officer special price. For 30 days only of Place order, early Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Board, to pay FOR CHANGES IN THE cxptopriate v v Policeman to discharge the Boards Report of School Board Delegated luterview Avith Hon. Mitchell vv> ute ,_ auties of the Truancy Officer, increase of Citr School salary will be divdd oards to -seven Trustees or on slid- Council responsible to the At the regular moathlv school board meeting Tuesday, the board received the report of Trustee 0. D. Austin, who went to Edmonton as me _ boards representative on a dele-i Cation of city school boards of thej pro-.inco to wait On the minister of education, Hon: JR. Mitchell, with I regard to some changes desired in t tlii- school ordinance. i thai the delegates'met I ed their requests as given below and! j later met the minister with whom' view. Chyicg to the lateness of the [request, -it is not likely that manv of the chanzes- will be made'this forth- i coming session. The changes asked' lor were as follows: Compulsory Attendance _ Whole term to be substituted for! sixteen weeks, subject to usual ex-' emptions in City Districts. Truancy Officer In City Districts tie Truancy Of- ficer to be appointed by the School all matters retaining to truancy High School _. Increased grants on basis of equip- ment, salaries and all outside pupils being taken care of without fees. r our year's course. .ne :---------vv iiuaices or on shall be lnK scale with progress of population. School Board in i" Health Officer Power to appoint and prescribe du- ties. Superintendent November 3; 19X0. general culture with opportunities for commercial course in addition to pres ent teacher's and matriculation course. Manual Training, Domestic Science and Kindergarten ges desired in' departments be recog- ee. He reported m. t aml that grants on equipment, let and forniulat-ima enance and-salaries be allowed, given below and j Physical Training That this department be recognized ana that grants on. equipment ani- maintenance of cadet companies be allowed. j Debentures Power to issue debentures on same torms, terms and time as Municipalities. Auditing City. J5chool Boards should to Power to appoint and government grants in consideration of. Music and Drawing be given in' consideration VANCOUVER LOSES MADMAN'S ISLAND Nov. -2.-Tho British court of appeals ha've de- cided Vancouver's famous Deadman's iJsmttff .ft departments. REVOLUTION THREATENED juua'uinu'u s Island case against the city and in favor Of Theodore Lingatc. The city which won at the' trial will now car- deration case to the.judicial committee instruc- ot privy council. The island which includes, twelve acres and lies to the mouth of Vancouver Harbor is according -to :the city, a part of the" tnpusand Park. Thi- iederal government gave Mr. Lin-' Kate a long lease of the February, that jt possessed a title "to it since 1887, which .could Bq.t be revoked, put tne police on-the-island and drove Mr the courts for.his Faihng-ar the trial lie has now won f Lisbon, Xov. new republic i ,Jn lhe view of the four i j of is already threatened, court the government' j with" a military. revolution. The -sec- j f -v of vancoi the nfth. regiments today address I a, license-to une v duuiiy aauress City a round robin to Dr. Braga, the j provisional president, warning him y that they were prepared for'insurrec- jtion, and declaring that they would rebel if promotions and pensions GEO. TA.YLQB'S for Choice fresh Cut Hoses, Gar -nations, lily of the Valley. And. all -fa-sea- son. Funeral Designs, Wed- ding Bouquets and. Plants of ,aa kinds -for sale -and- to rent Free delivery. all parti of" the city. i GEO. TAYLOR Corner BarUett arid" London RoacJ Phone P.- 0 JBox 1353. him at wiir'and adds, "This court toft .cannot .substitute its opinion for that 01 the goverbor-ih-cGuncil." PHLLATT HONORED' BY DISTINGUISHED PARTY NOT. Henry. Pellatt. VColonel of the Queen's Own Rifles of a guest first din-. .'iiier.Qf the Society of KnigMs Bache-' ;'ior last evening; He guaranteed 500 sterling to enable them to acquire Clifford's-Inn as a .home, ifellatt, responding to the toast to.Ms. neaita, assured the gathering, of the ,deep -an-d abiding loyalty of Canada, j .1'iie of the Dominion, lie opportunities of clos- QXL beliering- Canada aad Great CORRESPONDENT PRIOR IS DEAD London, 2Ccr. the war correspondent and artist Illustrated London News Q'ied represented, that pase_ important- campaigns and of special es o co -v.-amon. Dehenn? Ouaflk and Great- Tlefleld was in the TO Britain should co-operate in. every way and "his last assignment peace and war., commerce and de- tence. WESTERN HIDE AIST) JUNK CO, WE BUY AND SELt Mnds of Second. HanS Furniture, Ladies5 and Gents' clothing. .and Warehouse 32C Crabb SL Phone 442 P.O.Box 2013 tee war sis: rears TEAMS a. -day and. board for man, and team, or to haujUbv the yard (free stable.) Apply. W. G, HOLE, Redpath St W. The Office o? Ripley Transfer Co, la Now pm Redpath St. Opposite Methodlat Draying 'done on inert motlce FOR SALE PHONES: AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice Sat faction guaranteed. Live stock and implements a specialtv J A Smith, 414 Wood SL, LethbridgV Alberta. Regular sales at J C Graves' Barn, Wood St.' on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. MARSHALL d RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Gram and Produce by lowest prices. Phone 676, p. o. Box 2060 Begin Block, Lethbridge Coal, Ice and -vea- m u Ottlr one aot see serTice He accompanied the Marquis and of Lome (Princess Louise) on their first visit to Canada ana also travelled with the present King and-Queen on their tnur through .ie Dominion in 1901. He was pres- i-sat at every state ceremonv that oc- curred duringrhis brief periods" of rest B1GSTRIE1N NEWYOECITY NoT- there e a -general strike of t-eaui- m tie metropolitan district in', sympathy with .the walkout of the emplorees rests up- on the decision of Wm. N. Ashton I general _ organizer, and Valentine Hoff- S' presideilt of the Brother-, nood -oi Teamsters. The authority TO- call sucli a strike at a moment's" no--' tice vestea in them bv the faint: executive council of the brotherhood at a meeting last night. In a state- Kent issued after this meeting ad- journed air. Ashtoa said "There is a11 othcrs vho can de- cide whether or not a general strike GC callea.. That man is Maror Garnor He can keep the strike V ing maefinitely or end it. If Mr Gav nor wants to avoid a general strike let him take the police ofi the trucks in many cases the police guard so called is 'acting as driver. If we are compelled to call a general strike we wall take out mail wascon drivers street cleaning department drivers and stable men. We will siv.e Mavor Ga? nor tomorrow to think it over, there will be no general strike called to- morrow so far as I can see." In the event of a general strike, the bj the strike leaders that oO 000 men will be affected and all traffic in the citv will be iea ap. Nov..- MORE-CHOtERA AT ROME Rome, Nov. new cases durine the past bfbrummond tu uUCUl IOr j'helping overthrow the monarchy were I Hfif> TllA Expropriation of Lands Aitnabasca, thlsniornin- o Schobl Boards should Have, the prcbfbl? yFeld -------v ivucit; lie cast his votl-tomorrow-for Per- with two deaths. rault, JLifaeral candidate., After 3S years- service, as principal at the Mohawfe Institute, Brantford Kev. Robert Ashtoa has resigned and ll be Succeeded by his son Western Transfer Co. LONG BBOS.Proprietora Office Tiest Arcade Phone 1163 The Waddingtoa Stuckey Co. HAY MERCHANTS Tiinotiiy, .Alfalfa, Brome and Upland Wheat? Rolled and Chopped Grain and Potatoes ahvays In stock. Office, Johnson BIk. Phone 42c Warehouse: Rear of Dallas Phone 683 A great Opportunity to Secure BritisK Columbia Fruit Lands at your price 16th and 1 Acting under iuStruictions frbm the owners, I wiirbfer for sale over Acres of Rrst-CIass Prairie Land No Irngation Required Rainfall 14 to 20 inches The only Prairie Land in British Columbia A good opportunity for investors looking for -a large tract to sub-divide-- Guides furnished free of charge to. intending purchasers during the prior to sale Good Government roads to aU towns. a very reasonable reserve has not'and not be anV THIS is the ONLY PKAIEIE LAM, pr EAST KOOTENAY having, rich Waek soil that is available for purchase For maps or otter information, address A. Russell P.O. BOX 144 ___ V Office Opposite Depot, Cranbrook, B. C. Reference: Canadian Bank of Commerce Remember The Date-Nov. 16 and 17, 1910 'V! ;