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   Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta                                TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald NOVEMBER ELECTION DAY MIMED STATES Both Parties Are Very Confident Of Victory utuU headquarters is given the probable plurality for Bryan and the Democratic state Republican leaders give the name as their estimate of the plurality for Taft and their state Bryan concluded campaign of the state of Kansas and of the United States before an enthusiastic audience here NXJW New York where the greatest interest is Mi in the political fight or gover nor the not end unti Governor being on tbegp tothe very last He remained in town Fo A MI W ftltMOP Ottawa Fath er parish priest ol has been appoint td vicar apostolic ol Temis camiiif and will have title of Bishop of BRYAN IN THE LEAD Bryans precinct is running more than two to his vote at noon standing for Bryan Taft Mayor Brown at telephoned to Tairvicw that the city of and the county of were surely AND BISSETTE ARE DECLARED NOT GUILTY JURY DID NOT TAKE LO8G TO RENDER VERDICT IN THIS SENSATIONAL CASE IN THE SUPREME COURT for Bryan by a substantial FUNERAL OF GREENWAY Twk Place At Crystal City mi Was Attend By Itnsads the hotel which is his legal residence at this Demo cratic opponent Governor Lew is Stuyveaant will vote with his farmer neighbors in Red Hook Duchess state chairman declares the RepubJ stale and tickets will be elected by pluralities of Crystal N fuueral Jate HonT ITiomas Green took place here yesterday and was attended by The crowded special train to and that Till eighteen He watched the publican are ocratic Martin reiterated the jneualers of the provincial govern and friends o ti hoi The deeply draped station was thronged with sorrowing friends remains tenderly ticket would be declaring that Bryans flying trip through the northeastern corner of the state today would additional votes for the Democratic The pro mise of goodweathcr is expected to bring out a total vote of between and in the new The Democrats adhere to their claim ofvictory for Bry an and feel of the i for Buffalo tonight Chairman of the Democratic National Commit tee asserted that New York State would give ticket a plu rality of and Ohio and India na would purely go Terre Closing his campaign as a candidate for in home city to Eugene tender ed all enthusiastic He spoke at the on the arriv al of the Red Special from Its long tour which took twice ac ross the country was compelled to address au overflow meeting in the place that had been home thence to thc sacred plot overlooking a beautiful bendin the short service lor the familyalone was held at the residence conducted and Crystal City remains J were viewed by thewaiting throng artel then txrne to their last resting place byvtne HonT Robert M John Robert all old Montgomery and Jl sonsinlaw of t Subsequent to a service was held m Methodist Church at which Premier Hoblfhf Isaac McLeod or Morden and Brown of Portage la Prairie his achievements About Oclock this afternoon jury biought in erdict of not guilty in agathst Bjssctto and Vaanais When tlie Supreme Court resumed yesterday Duignault was recalled lor crossexamination by He stated Vadnais had a re volver ith him he went away Friday After speaking of threats Yadnais made against his identifiedthe stick pro duced by counsel as one used by Vodr Witness hnd picked it up and put When Vadnais went get horse the shot scared When he got he saw Vad nais and his wife sitting Vadnais wanted to whisper to her but she wanted him to speak so that Bessette asked Henry to gofor the pollce7 sette Vadnais went back Vadnais REVOLVER PRODUCED Woodward of Aetna was at Henry Vat the time when uais there on the 24th ust Counsel produced a fiercelooking revolver dentified as the weapon Vud nais To Nolan witness tated that Bissette followed Vadnais uid behind him came Henry would not let Vadnais past he He could not say whether he revolver on ground was put here byBissette or acted as if he were not in DECLARATION DELAYED Medicine declarationini connection with the Medicine Hat election has postponedVuntil Satur the on account of two ballot boxes iioi having yet been received by the returning on the Red informed him was a racket at Vadnais On arriving he ordeied to throw up she dropping CHANGE IN NIPISSING has beep declared elected by 1 majority by the recount in This is a Conser vative his Ho helped put Vad nais in the granary he said he was BigsetU sent for the They watched and held Vadnais in he granaryuntil the police toltT Vadnais that he wbuld extolling for the count CANADA WINS A FELLOWSHIP the corted A monster parade es Debs from the train through the principal streets of the BRYAN BEHIND CN BOSTON POLLS London ca ble today announced that John H RjKXlcs scholar from Me on of been Elected to a Fellowship at Al Souls Of allRhodes her hands the large1 had a Vadnais wanted Vadnais to be taken to a doc She told hiaathat Vadnais had threatened to cleafthe house up and that night she wanted a warrant matlc for murder but it was not volver and when he could not find 10 threatened to tear Vadnais iur He found the little revolv er and had it in his He went away on horseback without coat or vest and witness asked jury to judge if he were When he came back he He had been drunk for a month She then relat ed the story of the affray much to the same effect as Vadnais after Bissettc hnifl refused to pass it jumped and grabbed Vad nais and in the scufllc the revolver went off Bisscttu as tJ Henry to go for the police Thiy stood guard over Vadiiais until police When the policit cunie he called to her to throve ap her hands and put on hand At the police Miles took he stone anda piece of rope from Jiis who said Ke had them to cte AGNEW NOT LIKELY TO LIVE to 3 today there has been no change in the condition ol provincial treasurer and no hope is held out for his recovery as the op eration was not in An poisoning the NO RETURNS FROM THE To Vadnais This closed for the crown and Nolan asked that the charge against Vadnais be dropped as jno case had for the jury to Thc Judge judged that shehid been anaccess ory and the defense went VADNAIS THE STAND Vud rials wasjput on tlie stand in her own She stated her husband asketl ther and to come one to start k cheese and the other to Vadnais offered to help them out if theyhad not money him as long as IMJ Behaved tn2Ugh Thcv H1 Corked together except Vadnaisi only bossed the Bissettc J offereil to pay for their lioard if their work was riot enough but Vadnais refusetl On Thursday night Vadnais was full and threatenedto kill Fri day morning he took two big drinks himseir Witness searched Vadnais but couldnot find There was one shot fired at Heurys and thatVas shot by Vadnais but wasnot shot at EVIDENCE Stacpoole gave evidence to find wounds in Vadnais forearm and He identified a bullet as the onetakeiCfroni where it deflected In the rigfet foreann a bullet had passed through It was possible for one bullet to make all the wounds CONSTABLES STORY Corporal arrived at Henrys about and found Vadnais in the Bissettc had a re in hlsx hip pocket and Vadnais had a revolver He identified the revolvers Tae large is of whiskey and to get his re W1NDL STORM AT FRANK Election Results In Newfoundland Not Yet Known OM Of Ike Worst h History Of the Crews Nest Pass re turns at band tonight from the gen eral election for the Colonial Legisla ture are limited to results from Brigusand Both of these are showing some slight losses for the government iti the popular It is not likely that the complete returns showing the results of the contests for the tire thirtysix seats will be received by Thursday but the returns expected involving fifteen will indicate the said that she had on Friday mi rmng mndea pocket between her skhts so that could not find She did not know that Varinais had i gun on Monday except that he hud one on Friday when ne went BISSETTE GIVES EVIDENCE When the court resumed this morn ing Adam Henry was called and his evidence corroborated the evidence of what occurred at his lie never had known Vad nais not to drink when lie lind a The Hissctte was put the His evidence aided very little to that already He denied that Vadnais had ordered him out of the house before that ev At Adam Henrys he had asked to have the sent Miss Emma the pretty the itrs scholars from the world onl wov secured l v u if Theother is son of fook from thc fel owship College first com plete voting precinct in Massachusetts to be heard from was the town of which gave Bry an Taft 164 Draper Republican Vahcy Democrat s Same precinct in 1004 gave gave for President 46 The secoiMf in Mas sachusetts to report its vote was the town of which gave Bryan Taft Governor Vahcy Same precinct in 1901 for 5bre and the smaller a bullet was said to be a cal The Dominion Transportation pany steamer m was at by fire while approaching Rattlesnake jiarbor on Fitzwilliam He identified thc shells he There were four loaded and one empty shell in the revolver and the large gun there were loaded shells and one identified Vndnais shirt produced in Vndnais was ex cited and talkative when he Witness arrested Bissclte and Vadnais on Shaw hnd MANKNELL OUT OF DANCER James theyoung man ho attempted suicide passed a very good night at thft hos pital and his serious evening by the bullet was located under the collar bone and will be removed today Mnnkncll was in Sheffield subwi itor of the Sheffield Advertiser arid is a young man ticrKvieH t erani For some time he has been contemplating n journalistic ven tvirc in this As soon ns he is out of his present he will probably relvirn to his people In Eng who are welltodo Citizens of sixteen year daughter of previous corroborated Vadnais evidence as to coming to the house on Thursday night and watch ing the girls room for fear of Vad Witness was the oldest of the eighteen Bissettcand Daiguault chil dren in the TheVadnais chil dren were younger tVdelard brother of the last gave evidence ing in the granary on Thursday when Vadnais made his threat to kill the whole This clos cd the case for the Nolan for the defense and Conybeare for the Crown addressed the jury briefly reviewing the evi The judge in his charge to the jury seemed to favor the acquittal of tho He told the jury there was no evidence on which to convict the It ws when the jury retired to consider their They agreed on their verdict a few minutes after court adjourned and when tht court resumed at two oclock through their Hop delivered a verdict of Not Guil The Kvans Colpman and Mar micking case is on this Nov heavy wind storm set in last night about and it proved to bo the worst experienced in the The 41 Meat Market windows were all broken in front and the upper windows of the Union Hotel wcro blown in and worst 01 all the plate glass windows of the of Coble on Domin ion were atoms Hying Tho sidewalk lead ing to the station was lifted and carried some two hundred The receipts at the Customs House at Frank for the month of October just ended wcro fJoods duties Business is llillcrest Junction is to have a sta tion of which will accom odate Heretofore all bus inoss for these iilaces been trans acted at are on a trip to asked for a deid of acres of faml adjoining the The com pany owning town values it at will ask the to fcfr what they require for yards and switching DCRANDO COMING New the Italian who finished but was disqualified in the Marathon race at the London Olympic will sali for It is ex pected he will race against well known American loiig distance runners at Madison Square John winner of the thon Tom the Indian and the professional who has been at have been to meet the Italian at that PAgUAMENT Ttf MEET IN JANUARY CITADEL AT FERN IE Coombs head the Salvation Army forces in Canada will officially open the new citadel in Fernie on the IGlh and give his famous lecture A ThTs permanentpublic building is the firsL itskind to grace the streets of Fcrnier and is fire proof sj ructurc of buflbricks faced concrete in black the roof is of East Metal The interior is arranged with the gradual sloping raised with officers room at the rear and is up to date in every particular with seating capacity for about three hun will be accompan led by Coombs and his private and Major and from a number of ministers are to thiak Uiat house should meet in Decent there is at present no liklihoml of it coming together before January Owing to the recent enlargement if the many rooms have been broken into hithe workmen it would be impossible to got thorn in for a December January the annex willbe aiul everything in MACGREGOR DEAD Malcolm editor of the Presbyter died this morning after a linger ing Death had been hastened by an attack of Two large brick cotton warehouses tumbled into the Arkansas river at Pine following the crtvjng in of the banks of the Arkan sas EXCITING SCENE ON THE STREET At six oclock last evening as James was driving down Round v a Well Known Away Citizen McCraney has a ma jority of 1477 in The majority of Lib in Regina riding is A fire occurred in thc busi ness scctitmTof Sydney of was drownetl at Foster eI a lilx action against the Ottawa Free also against his Liberal opponent in North r of charged with bribery at the cent has given himself Word was Jrreivcd in Taber Njester day that Samuel owner of famous Wjlcox mine at re centlydied at his new home at of malarial Wilcox and family to seven yenrs ago and for years he was grewtly interested in He WHS one of thc curly pioneers of The departed was admired by ali who knew being prominj ent in social and has been arrested in connection with the Mount Vernon Thc British Canadian departmental has purchased the old Knox College site in Torouto for Jinuuy Biltt dcfcatcI John Sum mers of England in thc tenth round at Wonderland last chief of of Fair was shot down by Blanche Duvnl at thc Pioneer Hotel imri later died from his wounds It is now announced that it will be at least a year before Canadian pol father of thc new j icy holders the defunct Mutual Hc for died from serve Fund New need heart failure due to excitement fol lowing the A started at Rooms hmve Ixxin rented in a business block for the POST NEWS ON TRAINS to give elections returns ou trains tonight has been devis d by the management of the Il linois Central and Rock Is land These bulletins will be posted and distributed throupb cars and si ropers on through tfain ovir the entire The plan provides for spe cial telegraph service through agents and the figures will given to conductors at ivcry stopping This is the first time that an rlaborattarrangement for informing travelers of the re sults of a national election will City and District look for any return from the liquid GOT TWO YEARS sjess was found guilty this morning of trie charge of procuring A fourteen JOHXSTOXE FOR OTTAWA stated here October It what appears to I year old girl for immoral purposes authority that Sir Wilfrid Lnur j was fo in pcr has ofrcml his rt lo staunch the hard avander JohnstOn thc dcfoatcd u husband and a devoted a family and A host of who was convicted selling liquor to Indians and is appealing the oral candidate in Cape Breton for thc Ottawa scat which the Trc micr himself will resign to sit for TALKED New Ma the famous pitcher of the New York National league baseball learn was one of tho speakers at a of is in the city oi is visit ing in thc MissMay of is visiting at her home in the DsVehrr will receive to morrow and thc folow ing Also on the first and second Wednesday in Twentyfour cars of cattle from the Knight Sugar passed through the city last nigbt for the Old Country They were shipped by Mullen of McKenzie of the BurnsiJe Ranch who has been in the district for the past 20 years has come to the hospital for treatment for his arm which has been troubling him for some formerly with the Leth bridge Iron has branched out into for and has opened up automobile and gasoline the Calgary barris ter and Conservative is in the city today on court business Owing to a sudden but serious at tack of throat Van j Democratic meeting in Twenty third assembly district last John winner of the Mara thon race at and a number of other members of the Amcrican Olympian teams occupied aoata on the ofa song which is so rarely heml in the The choir have born preparing this for some time and have their part of the service well in A special collection in aid of the organ fund will be There was a good class of boys at the opening class of the gym nasium last Tonight the first young kilns will be In structor Maxwell will be pleased to have as large a turnout as Secretary will to 13 SUP membership tickets at the current These classes will be a great benefit to the young men and doubt nightly Club will be held at the resij less will a large number on with a load of the bag on whnh was sitting rolled oft and both driver and bag were thrown onto the horses Thc team immediately began to although their plucky in some way got totheir Ahead of the runaway was a team belonging to McAdoo and Van Home returning from work and being rid den by the man in Possibly unheard of thing occurred the runaway team getting Horns fine big grey horse between them ran right over The horse wjis crowded down so that it passed ctween the two front wheels of the When the runaway was stopped this grey horse was directly under the Willing hands promptly upset the waggon with its load and in ton minutes the animal on its considerably not Pinkncy estop rather unique nature taking the form I t i i i 1 fc cu with few bruises and the rider for in Spanckercns announced this will be postponed It thought that Van Spanekoreir will rrcovcr in a fews days and the recital which so many have been anticipating with a great deal of pleasure will probably place in a wecV or ten Tlie service at Westminster church next Sunday evening will bo of a engine works near the steam Richards is a competent machin is in a position to guarantee ist all The regular meeting Fort 6 iho unfortunate horse got offsafe BRITISH SEAMEN MALT FOR ESQUI The steam ship Manitoba from Liver dence of 515 Crabb this evening at eight hand tonight at eight oclock to join the which arrived here had on hoard a detachment of the Imper ial consisting of 100 with eight petty officers and eight commissioned These men have been sent out by the British ad miralty and will go through to Es quimnlt to undertake a course of training at the naval station They will travel to by a special train on the   

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