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   Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta                                TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald V NOVEMBER 4 opposmoNis NOW IN THE HAD Returns In Newfound land Unatftiafactory to Premier DOWN AND OUT up to midnight indicate that fLhe Op position is makinggains iu the col onial The counting ii alow nothing definite known of the final althoughthe Opposition appears to have elected seven mem1 bers to two of the Premier Bond to be iug many districts which were Although Morris is a Ro man Catholic and jus the first Roman Catholic to lead tfce Opposition in in fifty sever al districts have gone to his tf rcturnaahow the Oppoftition and the government 3 members total membership of TAFT PRESIDENT WILLIAM BRYAN Republican Candidate Carriei Ail of the Doubtful States New York Elects Hughes Again as Governor Democratic Governors Elected In Nebraska CHEERS AT A FUNERAL Gay Scents at a Burial in In tructionc of Deceased ried Out The of Pierre a wealthy eighty years of was interred at near last amid extraordinary To comply with the wishes of Lacroix there were no all those attending the funeral being dressed in their gayest The hearse wau preceded by a brass band which played selections from The and Lea Cloches de Corne and tHe coffin was lowered into the grave with load were afterwards tained at a banquet followed by a bequeathing hia fortune of to xlHemunici pality of town with stip ulation that his instructions for the funeral should be carried out to NOLANS JTY 243 Prince returns give the delayed provincial election in Athabasca to Nolan North with 343 Opponent Bernard loses his deposit getting only nine SCHOLARSHIPS IN THEOLOGY ihips in theology at Queeub have cen won by Kingston Pic ioa ami AT and Leggiltf Gardfn A TRUE BILL Chester Buck borough was placedon trial here today charged with having set fire to the Queen in Tilsonburg 011 May 20ih when three per sons lost their lives The GranckJury brought in a true bill against He pleaded not HALIFAX MANS The will of Tr president of the Royal was probated today left an estate valued 1 be queathed to a eon to a servant and to local chari ties The income of the residence goes to Kenny for life and at her death the estate is to be among the cliildrenr POLITICAL RUMOR Lib erals declare thatan arrangement is on whereby Mdtines will take the ComoxrAtlin and Sloan will providedSloan is given the lieutenantgovernorship in to James when thettatters twrnajof office tinsweek for where b expects to taken 5 netif present negotiations New Novr How rd Taft of will be nuugurated on March 4th next aa he president of the tTnited States f New Jame SJchbolcraft ShfTinan CLERKS SHORTAGE of Jbex twcon and Kas been discovered in accounts of Cam eronMcCallum teller at head office Farmer a Bank in this The cause is said to have been his being unfortunate in stock speculations bank A LOCAL BUDGET 3 v A despatch from Winnipeg says tfiat Agnew is still in an ex tremely seriouscondition anditv is thought a critical period will very A meeting of the ratepayers of the North Ward win be held in Boultons stored Westminster to discuss municipal matters pertain ing to the North A full at is friends will with with regret of the Cranbrook was aaized with heart failure on main street of Cranbrook last Sunday and is now confined home in a very serious The Young slum rot off Mens Gynma to a start last Instructor Maxwel having about a dozen in the first Tonight to 8 the boys will havetheir tomorrow from 6 to will held ihefirst mans THis class fa for Ukone will hot allow them to take the classesduring the business hours and who did not wish to tako the heavier work of the Young Mens evening Mr Maxwell in Dulnth made a of these classesand knows exactj what is the best kind of exercise to give men of The gymna hns been put into first clas over bchuf spent thi year on apparatus and appliances This expenditure to the outfi of last year makes the gymnasium THE ABBEY IS DIRTY Gordo the wellknown artcritic an painter drawn attention by itrtiirr ivr i tic i iiircaw inc TII elesnly condition of Westminster Ab portions of the interior of STOLE REVOLVER FROM THE HOUSE Night before when a fanner amed McGilhray living ten milws northcast of the Experimental Farm arrlvedjiome he procetxled to put his horses in the stable As he was do an unknown his The dog Took after trie stranger ami ran aVray after iak ng a shut at the with a revol As the night waiT Mo Gillvray was unable describe Ihe man except that he was small Investigation showed that J revolver has been stolen from th The Mounted not hav ing any accurate th been unable to AS JUDGE CONTINUES INQUIRY Brodeur Not Going to land as Reported Nov Justice Cassels ir qiriry into the administration of th Marine Department toda at Quebec where sittings will prob last a From Quebec th Judge go to Job arid Toronto it is oxpectcil th iniuiry wil last another R ports will bo ready for presentation t Parliament at the opening of the The report that Brodeu was about to go to England is cleniec He has no notion of leaving Canada until Judge Cassels concludes the in qxmy and he has dealt with the re organiiation of his departmental staff necessitated by the EFEATED J BRYAN VER Walla ints will not be iu before eturns received in the slate favor aft and the Democratic candidate re unis show Tafi has carried Ida o Republican RVpub can managers claim the state for aft by a plurality of rom the outside received show a have 110 ling to say on the matter of the lection said emocratic nominee for Vice Presi ent at 11 oclock The rushing blow came in when returns ame frorh New San 3 ufus came in slow at 10 If the aft figuies maintain their ratio of as indicated by scattered pre Californ will Rcpubliciin by Whilv New York gave a plural jty it gave Chan dler a margin of Wit Contrel in With thirtyone th Houses Scn atois to ba elected Jiy Ifgisiatures chosen yesterday or in the full and in the Jifht olthe results in the several so far as known today tlu will re tain bajh the present figures subject to change as thev newiJUTom the West pours in during Ute Bryans chief jrtragih seems to have been mliielBRtdle There is a degree of troth inthe saying in vogue East has alected a New New Jer sey and to Taft with notable majority tiie only Eastern which there to be any opening of tidings returns from which at 8 oclock this morning bad dwindled plurality as cla iined last to West was also in doubt with the Tf Maryland1 should both turn out states Tafty would still electoral On the if the states which at the outset day were dpuot t6 brnskav Thefend alrbanksOf Iruliana as is the most important xbplvdecided by the people at the xillot yestorday as the culmin of the most remarkable poli ical caiupaigu in ihc history of the Jennings oi Ne the Democratic candidate went dovm before Ihe storm of bal ols in the third defeat of his lifes imbitien to occupy the White in his ill fortune went clown candidate OIL vice up to S a today ndicate that Taft would have at east 298 electoral votes and as lieT details came in from the West it began to lookasIf niglit have considerably more than in fact reach the 325 claimed as assured to him iu the ante election forecast by Chairman the Republican Nation al oven ap proximate achieved in 1904 by The number ne cessaryto a choice is generally placed in column counter despatches Nevada of the i lews M 8 a inid icate tu rii to de clare On the basis of facts asknown at close iik Maryland arid West Virgin ia as to center attention upon these The latest Warns during the forenoon indicated that had carried WestVirginia and Mary land by a Small Todays returns showed also that Bryan had won over his own state of Nebraska and that state has elected a Democra tic Democratic Governors Elected Although Taft carried Ohio and probably all three of these states appear to have elected Democratic Judge Harmon apparently winning in Ohio and Marshall in li oclock it was certain that Republicans will control the next House of i J Francs is Pleased of the elec tion of in spite of the that for weeks past it hag been a foregone con has been received with great satisfaction the business world f Paris where it Is considered cer tain ushVr in a new era of pros perity in financiers already are showing more interest in American investments and they be lieve reflex effect iff will be most Mtssouri Republican noon today Jhairman Dickey of the Republican state committee gave out this etate is and we the eiitire state including ofthe The nextsenatori l the table of lows California ware 3y iinois ludiaria 5 Iowa Kansas Maine Mas sachusetts 1 Michigan the results surpassing the sanguine hopes of most Repub licans was Tafts the greater city of New York by a plur ality of his plur ality in New York State will be ap proximately exceeding by ncnrly Rooseveltfc pkirality of a Winntr Onlysecond in point of general in terest was the victory of Governor Charts who is reelected by pluralityestimated early today aswell above over the vote cast for his Democratic Governor Low is Stuvvesant fol Dea Xew Hampshire Vow North Dakota Oregon Island South Dukotn Vermont Washington n Wyoming Total Maryland for Bryan Full re turns received up to V indicate that the slight Taft ity has been wiped out that Maryland has gone for Bryan Bryan Captures Nebraska While the elec tion Taft by a large major ity of electoral voic was ab solute fact the results was so THE RETIRING PRESIDENT Ii2 NEW PRESIDENT WILLIAM TAFT feet and that part of had been Witness finally said that if the pro portion was good enough for Colp rnan it was good enough him and agreed to go GAVE A CHEQUE Some time after on May he gave cheque of fi250 to Ktvin for also a for the same amount at six he was notified that he had ten and a half sixtieths of the limit and on 1 he paid at the request of He never got anything else to signify his membership in the About December he and others got dissatisfied and incetiiig of Leth bridge members of syndicate was A was named to get information from the Failing letters were sent to both Colp man and ilackmicking in which they charged that they were making un fair profit and that they had got the timtjcr at loss than half the price of thirty cents per thousand The letter was signed by and Ke Wallace got reply to Another meetiug of the sjn dicato was held and it was decided to cntor suit ifackmicking never saw any li in connection THEODORE ROOSEVELT Who Dictated Tafts Nomination ri be a Republicanand from telephone returns frompre cincts in all corners ofthe I thai Missouri has gone i States for Bryan Alabama Arkansas Colorada Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana Missouri tana Nevada Nebraska Xortb Carolina Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee Tex Virginia Total In doubt Maryland West Virgin Total at are that Bryan will car ryNevada by a substantial Tanvnany Ltadar Talks New Mur leader of Tammany in a statement made late said Iconfess very great diaapoiatrnent result of the election with re gard to both Bryan and Every before the election convinced me Bryan would prove a much more pop ular candidate than he seems to have been by the vote at the Governor Hughes can findbut lit tle comfort and no indorsement of his in the Rustia elec tiottof Taft is popular in Rus sia for the people were favorably im presied bythe geniality and straightforwardness of the future as evidenced duringhis in this The afternoon newspapers publish apprecifttive ar ticles on Tuft and or titles the XEVER jjAJD To witness said he be came dissatisfied because they were buying property for themselves with his He positive that be had not used the term graft in to To witness told of his conversation with Mackmicking at which time he did not to go Continued on OPERIE8CL OF A RANCHER congratulations to America on his BEING TURNED ON A TIMBER DEAL NEW FERN it SCHOOL contract for school has been let to tbo Fernio Constmction the price bc he are though the uning Tho work of excavating hallowed passage of a ccascltvis strram of Wherever I look in the unites Sir I experience the unpleasant fceliny that many things require cleaning with soap I have reverence for every of the and prixe its of age without confusing thenu vulgar syndicate to purchase a timber limit At the Supreme Court yesterday with Kevin in which the latter afternoon the cusc of Evjxns that Mnckmickinj vrtvs forming a man nnd taken Tins case has occasioned a good deal of interest in the the parties ns socinted with Kvans in the ro sccuiidtsTjcing local men while the Mackmicking told witness that neither he nor Colpman we making any commission on the deal fcmfants Mackmicking of Cal Wallace lie showed formerly mixnacr of the Union witness n liiie print showing where from sonic Kevclstoke said that it was dosirable t told him that Colpman j thc deal among as few as pos was TacxmickinrIsibic oi frionrts anfi Medicine Times ays During the big snowstorm of a ortnight Ernest Howard is cowpunching Beattj Mile Sand miles of the met with a At the 29th Howard turncil out in the sad dlo see which way the cattle ha during the Oat on the Thirty Mile eigh TAilvss the Beatty his horse caughta foot in a badger hole an the rider was thrown violently t he sustaining injuries to hia hip and The horse wandercc away before recapture was possibl and Howard was left eight miles from and unable to see his wa in the blinding snow lay in following the and throughout tho day cowboy made his horn until a sand ridge spoiled the His soaked with the wet snow which had fallen during the day to and at nightfall whojn progreSs was made im possible only course rd to Ive to scoop out hollow in one of the biff snow IMUUS BADLY 1UT BYITRE Forty in On tario Town Are Destroyed X bad fire is rag ng at It broke out at our oclock this morning and the National Manufacturing a big is Several hotels and banks are destroyed and the fire is till burning at 11 It is rumored both the Que ec and other banks have fatalities are imported De ails are meagre due to the difficulty I Arnprior nd Renfrew fire brigades are on the Ottawa brigade was asked to go ut was The loss will be Forty buildings are reported s already The fire originated at in he foundry of the National Manu acturing from which it spread up Main as far as the Manitoba In the vicinity of the LeUnd Hotel the fire was Around he Manitoba Hotel the fire was arenlly under control at 6 oclock ut at oclock it broke out again n a wooden buildiug and in a boat ipuse and spread along the river rpnt up to the new bridge and op posite the post It spread to he butcher shop between two large itpres and then swept around and caught in the wooden work of the bridge and swept back toward the Jppeland Soon that whole block of brick stores was on fire arid passage the bridge was stpp ped Then it leaped the street ind caught in grist mill on the sanie side of river then as7 it swept towards business r part it Became evident thaV theCopeland would say that Cope ands have destroyed the block ahdV1aboUt residences in were burned Assistance sent from Carleton Place and Arnprior and one oclock this the although atiU was said to be under The central part the town is burned out National Dickson Monroe Pembroke Mill Pembroke lea Quebec Bank ah4 one other A heavy north wind rendered the firemens efforts almost useless and wind is still BABE HAD TWELVE TOES nterwt Aroused Among Doctors Ovtr This Infant Didnt Live Long otherwise nor mal boy with six perfectly formedfingers on each and aix perfectly formed toes on each was born a days a Har bord The mother of the child wife of JoseFasolino a with a store at the corner of Harbord and Robert which was fully weighed from ten to pounds at birthi The father of the child has an extra finger on one which doctors say is not so very un but for a youngster to come into the world with an extra finger on each hand and extra on each all properly is a The case has aroused great interest in local medical The parents of the after its called in Harley but the doctor was unable save the life of the and there sock Tattle com1 fort WAA to bo obtained and when the snow ceased and sky cleared an attempt to find the homeward trail by the light of tbe stnrs was SERIOUS SITUATION Mooae the lo cal coal situation is not so bad as some have resortwP to the expediency of dtstributing coal in small The seriousness of the local situation is recognized by the and President Shaugh at Moose last week For the whole of the Following day expressed himself to that Howard was lost I Wheat haulagp has bten sacrificed in on the With both feet frozthe interests of the coal supply and crawling along as best he for the has already been commenced and ojKrniions will be carrietl on as rapidly as When completed it will be a very handsome structure ami the interior will bo most convenient and PRESIDENT ELLIOTT RESIGNS dent Eliott of has and of Cran are well known in the fohnstono is counsel for Evans nnd his Muir of is counsel for Colp manmid of Calgary for The complainant in this partiaiiar was first In he sa Mackmick ing as a result of a conversation the limits were showing them the ipr loiul of the River north of the fackniiijking wiid that theywould otherwise have thfi whole town running after After this witness made further seeing Colpnwm about ten davs He dis the question thonoiighly with lluun On wos n prior option on the prop Colpman who said that he and his crly thnt wanletl to hnve the cheques or in the bank rea dy should get Uic Colkman wouJd then cruise perty to soc if it contained the two hundred mHlion feet claimed the mem bers of the syndicate to pay expenses brother Frank wereputting in 000 between He named the local parties unU the tekcn bjeach and said tliat all wort going in on the sarao gct no Colpowui told wit that there would be over lose the ranch no one svispccted that Howard had leen was sur mised that he had been staying at the Baker twelve miles awny in the direction in which he had rid until the storm was His horse was found on Thursday morn Howard is still in the hospital almost recovered from effects of his As a result of his terrible he will of the order has gone out to stop every thing and haul Fiat cars used for construction on the new MOOM JawEdmonton branch will Wave their sidos fitted and sent to the coal DIDNT GET AN INCREASE Noy bomb shell sprung at fast mights meeting the City Council of the resignation of city following a reftwal o the council to raiie his horn 1150 per month to por V   

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