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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. November THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Fire Insurance Real Estate City and Farm Loans The H, Macbeth Agency Bberlock Block. DEMOCRATS ALLBIGLUMS (Continued from front'1; The Waddington- Stuckey Co. HAY GRAIN MERCHANTS. Timothy, .Alfalfa, Brome and Upland Oats; Wheat, Bran, Rolled and Chopped Grain and Potatoes always in stock.; Johnson Blk. Photic 426 Warehouse: Rear of Dallas Phone 683 HIDE AND JUNK CO, .WE SUY AND SELL All kinds of Second Hand Furniture, Ladies' and Gents' clothing. Office and Warehouse 320 Crabb St. Phone 442 P.O.Box 2013 l 'Lethbridgc, Alta. Ripley Transfer Co, Draying promptly attended to Hay and grain for quantity. Phone 586. Office Opposite Methodist-.Church. RAMSEY Produce Hay. Grata .and Produce by car, lo-west .prices. Phone 676, P. 0. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge Coal, Ice and BRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG- BROS.Proprietori next Arcade Phone 1163 CIR. Hi Settlers Report Survey Is Being- Tlie Koute Ecinionron, Nv. raihv; -vy line ceSsor at the" primaries, ilney Ander- son, was elected. Speaker Republican floor 'eader; S preno Pavr.e the Republican JDwight? both of New York Walter J. saiitn, of Iowa, find L. Jl >l. Olmstead, of Tennessee; i all of whom would have been ites for spealv er in the event of Repuli iliean success; Daizkrl of Pennsylvani; i, member of both the ways and me'ims and rules committees, all regular Republicans close to the', speaker, w ere returned to tne next congress. Some of the more c bnspicuous loss- es to the Republicans i ire Herbert Par- sons, of New York, one of tne Republican stat4 ,f leaders in the famous rule.y fig'flt .'ito. congress last March; Wm. S. Berpaett, who for a lie this year wa'a groomed for Re- publican nomination] for governor of New York, Hamilto'm." of New York, prominent in.' House insurrec- tion, was reported a ,t midnight .to have been defeated. Caleb Powers, oil Kentucky, a con- spicuous figure in, .the prosecutions tollowing the sbo oting of Governor u-oebel, will :be on e of v the figures of the next congress.. Republicans the ,3.2nd New was bnly one year iDemocrats, when caused a. sensation by wresting' it frc >m Republican .Leader Aldr-i-dse. 'TodajK-that-district elected a' Republican, Ef fenry. G. Danforth. b'ariy returns; foreshadowed, the de- feat of Wm. W. Cocks in Oyster Bay in conf ;ress, known, as Roos-e- velt's Sriend. Many of the old guard-auifDng the insurgents are in the -hoi hse, including Henry "A. cooper, Speaker Cannon de- posed from t'.iie -Insular Affairs com- mittee and w] 16 in the riotous sessions of t excorciated-th-e speaker rrom the Irvine L.. Linroot, of Wisconsin, .conspicuous as United States or La Toilette's represent- ative in >the- lower branch of Congress, JMurdock Madison of Kansas, Gar- diner of Massachusetts and Kusterman of at whose instigation the ship .subsij fly, investigation was .made. The shift power in "the! following'but strenuous'predictions''of j Champ Clark, who is} not only a long avowed candidate for the .kership, but; has been often mentioned as -a possible ".Democratic candidate for president, in, all prob- ability '.fill result in Republicans forc- ng thr much legislation as possible .-at tne session. The "pi resent Congress Marcn; ;4th. Dem rccrat control to the nstt Honse of Rg jr esentatuvs became a certain-j exnocrat, say that later returns will j elect him beyond question, but Repub- licans have not given up hopes. Late returns insure tbe election of two Republican 'candidates for Congress. Haiuiii and Helgerson. Early returns gave Johnson, Republican, the lead LEVELLING DOWN BLUFF AT FRANK Frank, Xov. to the slack- ness of trade at the mines ror governorship, but Burke cut down j rrank other canses_ the tnat advantage. The Legislature is Republican, assuring the re-election of tor AlcCuniber. and election of a siMican to succeed Purcell. In South Dakota Sioux Falls. S. D., Nov. nor Wessey, Republican, is re-elected and tbe remainder of the state ticket of that party is also successful. The Republicans have also sent back to. Congress? Martin and Burke, and have elected their two nominees for state supreme court and a large majority oi the members of the legislature. It is expected that none of ihe Republican; majorities will run below n.ono to east of 3. P. R. are withdrawing one of their train' crews from Frank. A large gang of men are busy iev- eillns down rhe bluff opposite the C. C. C. offices, for the purpose of down another track. ESQUiMALT FORTRESS FINALLY Victoria, xov. Minister of ihe naval department announced that the formal transfer of b'squimait took place, between himself and Commander Vivian oi the H.M.S. last Wednesday. George Phil- Ups, formerly admiralty agent, win be in full charge of all departments at GOOD BUYS 37 .1-2 feet on London Rd., close to Hartlett, ?120o! Terms. 40 foot lot on Giyn St., wa- ter and sewer, Terms. 4 lots in Block 128, ea. Terms. 4 lots in Block 126. ea. Terms. 5 lots in Block 125, ea. Terms. 4 lots on William St., ?32o ea. Terms. 4 lots on Crabb St., close in Terms. A. E. IVES Stafford Bik. Phone 371 tIG COAL DEAL IN NORTH B. C. English Capitalists Se- cure Seventy-Five Square Miles ...Vancouver, xov. for the sale of the bituminous coal lands in the Copper River valley in Northern Rritish Columbia to Eng- lish capitalists at a figure said to be beiwcvn iwo and three million dol- lars reached an advanced stage The coal basin embraces ac area of 75 squarf miles. It is understood thai the protectionist buyers are par- ties in close touch with ihe G. T. P. railroad. Mr. R. IT. Fricsby oi this city Sift tonight tor London to close ftp deal. Mr. Prie.sby a representative of the Dominion fivndieaie with experts! reci-nriy the property on which about had alrcadv been i expended in driving uinnels on the coal measures and stripping various outcrops. The report of tbe experts stated that th? new coal field pro- mised to be one of tht- largest on the continent, tin- lotal tonnage being i estimated at one billion tons. ILe Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. the Are offering for sale cheapest lots on mar 1 7K 1 I J eac situated north of the track The Afeerta Ry.