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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRHIGE HERALD BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of the large number1 of fine hardy Flowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly hardy on the prairie and will thrive there year after vear, getting more beautiful every 'veari v i We can send you a selection of twelve -varieties, three years old, that ail .bloom this summer and all will be blooming at different periods from spring un- til fall. The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls, Spireas. Elders, Berberries, Snowberries, Deutzias, Honey- suckles, etc., etc. All two to three feet high, three years .old. regular value This selection, all express charges pre- paid to vuur nearesi express uiTice ac special price. For 30 only of Place early Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B. C. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT Result Of Britishers Visit to the Dominion of i Canada London. Ooush- who was defeated in Griuisby con- as national ambition woultf cast eriug eyes on that sreat -province Brit- ish Columbia, anil ft would be impos- sible for Cauadc, to withstand any na- tion, say Japan, opportuni- ty of extending her area, or prevent annexation by such power of that reat dominion. From ttie standpoint of security of their great national as- sets, it is essential that behind the Canadian government and its provin- ice? there bo the silent forceful power or the British navy and Briiish prestige." Friday, November C 191ll est, ada. stiuzency ai th? lasi election, has been giving bis views on Imperial federa- tion since his from Canada. i He says: "1 am keenly in favor of a lederal parliament, which may deal all questions? of Imperial inter- iKiperia] defense is R question is much discussed iu Can- The more it is discussed by in- Canadians the more do ihey tdink the has arrived when there be an aitempt at establishing a union el British siates. Canada is already n nation, and if through any misfortune or lack o? appreciation on our par- of her position, she should 'necvme separated from the .Mother scare, there be danger for uf us. National jealousy, as well ONE OF CRIPPEN'S PLEAS FOR APPEAL! MUNICIPAL SCRAP IN WETASKIW1N Nov. the an- nouncement that the city would seek the aid or the .legislature to validate Us assessment, the ratepayers who caused the invalidation of this year's assessment, have risen and declared will contest the passage of the Ever since Judge government that a city council is ser-1 van; and not master of the people, ami when the legislature takes up this matter we will be there in a body." London. .Nov. i-One of the points to two factions is to be cited as ground for ap at log as with in Crippen case on Saiurdr j "er of r th, ha, to do with the separation of the Ut the increase in the jtiry during the proceedings at the Old real Counsel for prisoner da.Ts the tna. the lau- with reSuxd ,o the su and a total Coun of ervision of jurymen throughout I trial was not observed. the SPAIN READY FOR REVOLUTION London. .V0v. t.he offi- cial declaration that there has been any revolutionary uprising in Spain, it not known here that the govern- ment has been reinforcing the garri- sons at. Barcelona. Saragossa adeit. Moreover, the troops sent in- to these revolutionary countries are drawn from portions of as intensely previous. "We have every assurance from the of pass all PARLIAMENT MUST DO IT Illxat bill v.-m pass AII i reference Mayor Siontaomery e rh.r -overmncnt con- r 'They have as much chance of pass- all." TERRIBLE LIST OF DEATHS BY ACCIDENT MONO SAYS -FREE TRADE IS STRONG IN CANADA Nearly Four Thousand Killed by Fire in United London, Nov. Alfred Mond, M. P., In the course of a lengthy in- tern ew in London, says -the people of King [and should not take their vietv of Canadian Questions from Toronto. Ttiat city is the.Jiea-dquarters for the Conservative protectionist party. ATost of the opinions coming from mere is colored ifay self-interest. Sir Alfred found that in Eastern Canada comparatively little -s-as of the strength of the move- ment in the West -towards free trade. Yet he was surprised at the numbers of free traders in Eastern Canada. says he still more surprised at tiie fact that leading and most influ- ential newspapers in thac paxt of the JJominion were free trade papers. The Morning Post, commenting: on the opinions expressed in the Leader interview, says: "It is now realized tbat the vociferous assertion here of sweeping free trade agitation in Can- ada is a record achievement ia politi- cal Traotum. A pillar of the glorious cause is Sir Alfred Mond." Uasumgtpn. three! .thousand eight hundred and foun; in- eisrfity-two thousand three hun- 1 fired attd'sbventy-tour. This is the' casuatity record'of the Sres in This country during the year ended June j last, according" to the interstate i commerce commission. i It is an increase of one Ihousan-i ana, thirteen in..the number of killed! acd eighteen 'thousand four hundred i i aad fifty-four Ln.the canibfr of injur-i ea over f-he previous year. j There xrcre 5v6 thousand sis hun-! ared and seventr-eight collisions, kill i iour hundred and thirty-three- peo- Pie and injuring seven thousand seven hundred and-sixty-live, and dairaajin" railway property to the extent of fouc million sis and twcnty-ninp Thousand two hundred and seventv- uiue dollars. j In Ihe year there were five thous-1 and and nine hundred and ten derail-! ments. three hnndred and forty nor- i sons killed and four thousand etgnt hun-dred ai-d fourteen were in- J jurcci. During ijie ]ast three months i oi tup year the rota! killed Or injured was nventy thousand six hundred and j Iiitv. WESTERN HIDE AND JU1S7K CO, WE BUY AND SELL 'All kinds of Second Hand Furniture. Ladies' and Gents' ciothing. Office and 320 Craofa St. P.O.Box 2013 Alta. [CASE AGAINST ILLINOIS CENTRAL OFFICIALS GOES ONijj Chicago. Xor. prosecution of Ki-dnk B, Harriman. Charies L Ew-! ios and .1. M. Taylor, former" Centra! officials charged with con- spiracy, advanced a point here to-day wien Judge Brufrgemeyer.. who has hearing the in the municC Pal court, ordered the defendants held! to the 5rand jury. Immediately fol-1 Jowing this attorneys for ?he de-1 a writ of habeas; Corpus from the Supreme Court. The aeiendant? gave new bonds of ren tiiotisand dollars each. Ripley Transfer O, Braving promptly attended TO Kay and grain for any Quantity. Phone 586. Office Opposite Methodist Church. AUCTION SALES Conducted on snort notice. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Lire impalements a specialtv J A Smith, 414 Wood St., Lethbricge A-iberta. Regular sales at J C Graves' Salft Barn, Wood St." on" the second and fourth Tuesday] of each, month. CALLED ON CONNAUGHT Cape Town, Xov. Rodolphe mietix Canadian posrmasier aener- al and representing AusiraJia an-' Zealand, have called on ihe of Connaughr. of X y mis wok .Uariha I, Pope's hron-n hair for [ihe coat, of a scurirrel. firpd ;hedge ai it, and killed MARSHALL A. RAMSEY Produce Broken Hay. Grain and Produce by car. lowest prices. Phone 676, P. 0. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Coal, Ice and PRAYING WetUmTraaifer Co. LOSB BROS.Proprietor. 'Office next Arcade Phone 1168 The Waddinrton- Stuckey Co. HAY GRAIN MEKCHANTS Timothy, .Alfalfa, .Broiue and Up land Oats. Wheat. Bran. Rolled and Chopppcj Grain and Potatoes always in stock. Office, Jonrrson Phone 42c Rear of DaTias Ahone 683 s, k is understood tnat no arrangement of that kind j could be carried n-ithou: an act or I'ariiament. the fundamental de- -M.uneily, one'of. the leaders fight. propose to contest f the measure. It is a of municipal loyar soldiers have been under arms in-Madrid. The govern ment announces that they raoned to the capital to participate in a monster memorial to the victims of the battle of MoliJia. military joverument at Sab- adell aiKi Saragossa Is rigidly censur- oursoing Telegrams, especially tiiose in code and addressed to papers. The newspapers in London to-day GEO. TAYLOR'S for choice fresh Cut Flowers, Poses, Car nations, lily of the Valley. And all other Flowers in sea- son. Funeral Designs, Wad- ding Bouquetg and Plmnts of all kinds for sale to rent Free delivery to all parts of city. GEO. TAYLOR FLORIST Bartlett xnd London Road; Phone 675 P. O 1353. refer to rumors -that have twen ceived as to an attempt upon the of King Alfonso, but -declare these tc I be wholly unconfirmed. Koberc Ma-cdonald has been appoint- ed assistant assessor of Guelph. To Investors, Land and Farmers Of British Columbia Lands A great Opportunity to secure British Columbia Fruit Lands at your own price 16th and 17th, Acting under iustructions from the owners, I will offer for sale over Acres of First-Class Prairie Land all within 5 miles of Railroad Station, and from 8 to 12 miles from City of Cran P 160' and Land' havi- a black 2 No Irrigation Required Rainfall 14 to 20 inches The only Prairie Land in British Coiambia A good opportunity for investors looking for a large tract to sub-divide. laud is situated on what is known as-the-Sc. DJarv's Prairie a met of 1-md -i v Rive, on the South by the St. Mary's EiW, ,n tb'. West bv X sSSk C arg'e "I, )lltillT 'I16 Point to Cranbrook is 9 milk s only 'a Mavysville and -i W 5le furnished free of charge to intending purchasers during the week prior to sale. Good Government roads to all towns. ch not and will not be- an THIS is the OXLY PRAIKIE LAXJ) JK EAST KOOTENAY lining- rich black soil that is available tor purchase. I'or man? or other information, address- PHONE 77 P.O. BOX 144 'A Fred A. Russell Office Opposite Depot, Cranbrook, B. C. Reference: Canadian Bank of Commerce Remember The Date-Nov. 16 and 17, 1910 ;