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   Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta                                ff t J The Lethbridge Dauy Herald NOVEMBER I AN EXPLOSION HAS FATAL RESULTS Seven Men Killed In a Rock Cut Near Winnipeg FOUND AT Man in Alter in mystery lor a little over the ate of George an old resident of and for many postaoaater at a small place north of the has been cleared up by the discovery in South New of a decomposed which has been identified as that of Brown was returning from over two years he fell off the train At sustaining injur iesjKfhia head which it is supposed unbalanced his and caused him Seven the line of transcontinental 18 nilta nprth of by being bur ied under tons of rock which were hurled upon themby premature dis of large quantities of dyna Four others were terribly maimed or Every one including who were working in a deep rock involved in the disaster following the terrible explo awl the four men who were pick ed out from under the rocksa few minutes after the accident were so painfully cut bruised they were unable to a statement as to how the affair to wander MORE POLITICS IN SASKATOON SENTENCES AT VANCOUVER Criminals of Their Pun That Ai k To Be Gwei a THE DEMOCRATS HAVE ELECTED A NUMBER OF STATE GOVERNORS Johnson Wins In Minnesota and Burke In North Dakota Republican Governor Elected In Noy At the assiies today the following sentences were delivered Thomas Mbrsej 14 years for attempted murder Lorenzo La 7 years for attempted mur der Edward years for threatening by letters vo kill his ujxjn the proceeds ot whose evil life he had been living ior years in Paris and Vancouver Tfioroas one year for the of his little who was at the time in the legal custody of the Childrens SCK ciety nine months for eauH an seven years for attempted rape upon a white woman re ported that before long another city and county eluctton wiil be held The is that the county mem Sutherland is slated for thq or the Senate while the member for the will retire to make way for minister of who was in fur ther adds that of the will stand for the seat to be Sutherland and that Opposition candidates will be forth to contest both city and coun Munroe and Paul Sommer are resioa to bef devoted almost eocciusivc elected b to the labor labor move by North Jhe of justice rfiiMrhumanity upon which while going for selected John their ftnd dnmands are for Utah elected Indianas the first since Thomas IJend ricksWHS elected Governor on the Democratic State and Grant received the electoral vote of the State on the Republican Nation al has given a plur ality to the Republican candidate for President and at the same time elect ed a Democratic candidate for Gov 3ompws porarily but not conquer is the President president of the American Federation of up labors view of the result of the in a statement issued today as organ ized workers stood loyal to the cause of justice and human This is not the first time in the struggles of the masses that privilege nnd power gained a even though a temporary The moral influence of the campaign is with the cause of the The part labor took compelled the discus though disappointed in tlic result there isno nor will there bs any of Jaith and confidence in the justice of labors demands and their success of all Action and persistent will achieve for the toilers the triumph o the cause of labor and tlie cause ofhuman Though labor is not con The future is Yorks New York State practically malce Tafts plurality and Hughes SMALLPOX AT Board of Health this afternoondiscussed of motivc the Whig and several other establish ments smallpox breaking out Decision was postpon There are 14 casos in the SECRETARYTREASURER THREATENED TO QUIT v xv Robinson Doesnt Like the Way His Request For An Increase In Salary Has Been Treated the defeated candidate of the Demo partyIor this morn ing sent the following of to Presidentelect Taft Hon accept congratulations and best wishes for the success oi your Bryan Will New complete received up to a returns hulf complete in tlu State oi Wash ington Taft has a plurality of and for Gov Bryan 4 not taring to discuss this time tho political effect of the Democratic vic Jennings in an in formal to a number friends who expressed his pleasure at the result in and the satis faction afforded to learn oi the lec tion of so many of his political and personal I am highly gratified over the re sults in this The national de feat was not such a disappointment when we have had so many thousands to Personally I shall find as much joy being out of office if the show I must bz as I would be in hope still to be of influence to bring about needed re THE Hew the but Caught It By Motor Prince of SVaUK left Gordon Castle for traveling by train from Focha bers Town Station to where i ho joined the south bound train from The weather during the was but the Iriiurc lislud in tio Rpry until nearly train Just as tin Koyul train left a fa vorite dog of the Prince appeared on the platform from the waiting A motor car was at onerrequisition and in this the terrier was rushed to Orbliston and the local agent wired the news that the animal would rejoin tho party CLOSE RACE IN THE ISLAND COLONY WILL OPPOSE CANNON Latest Returns Look Better For the Gov ernment RAYMOND NEWS Bert of was a visiter yesterdayat the home of his Bert Mr Jensen and of passed through Baymond Monday pa their way to Utah where they are called to attend and Miss Mabel Nils of visitors at Ray mond on of is in town On Monday Stevenson gave a party to which ladies only were in Supper was served at six oclock a pleasant afternoon was spent by al Mckleson of were in town mfJtnt child of and Mrsl John Shields was buried Ericksonis the guest of her daughter Nell Saturday afternoon Nils son gave a social in honor of Jollianson from A dainty lunch was served at five Thoae present were Mesdames Strong Brown and Miss Helen Kimbel is the guest of Miss Fannie Miss June Nilsson and brother Ed were in Miss Davis leaves today for Mac leod where she will attend the teach ers At a meeting of finance mittec of the council last thje following report wasmade The Finance Committee recommend that the report of derson be adopted and the rec ommendntions made therein be fol That view of the largely increas ed work required of the Treasurcr the greatly increased responsibility of his the fact that he fit purchasing agent and this committee recommendthat the a substantial increase in the saJary of the SecretaryTreasurer to take effect thefirst day of The Finance Committee that worth of i5 per de bentures be the Iveth bidge Electric in payment plant and good any sum over suck amount for stock on hand being paid in committee further recommend that tenders be called for balance of the issue of as 5 per debentures b as 0 per de Over a month ago the of tha city asked for an increase of salary from The finance com made no recommendation and Robinson placed his resignation in the hands of It was held and no taken until lost Robinson threatened to resign bat the Herald understands that the trouble has been and that Robinson will biV at work to hour tonight indicate that of will have a vote 309 in the Electoral This is sixteen votes of the ioreofttpmade by National Chairman and 67 more nan a majorityout of the total elec oral vote i Xorrnan the Democratic in which thathe believe be aVcandi date ior the Presidency again Jle said he believed thatthe Nebraskan a candidatevfor the Senate in providing the Legislature of his State is IXmocratic the first vacancy Big present indications jare that the Re publicans will have about a two thirds majority in the United States Senate sis the result oryesterdays Taft this morning Taft gave hearty expression to the gratification he felt on his labor and he had sup ported His he also be the success of the if his ability and endeavor ould inake it Continued on Back WM COLPMAN ONLY WITNESS FOR DEFENCE Democrats tonight are ihut wil control the next Missouri Legislative Assembly on u joliit ballot for votes The Stnto extremely as o its electoral v ROOSEVELT HAS NEW JOB TOASITAFT TO GIVE VOTES New Us issue of next Saturdaythe Outlook firm the published report to the effect that President Roosevelt vrill become associated with that publication after bis retirement from Accord ing to the announcement he will be associated with the wlitorial staff of the Outlook after March 5th as spe cial oontribnting A despatch to the Tribune from says A moMter petition to be circulated among the women of American and then submitted to Presidentelect is the important of Nation PALMA Estrada the first President of the CM ban died FIREIN MANITOBA Larson and general store burned Loss TO REG I A LONG k Massachusetts Girls Has B Sleeping Five Louisa who has at various times astonished physicians by her long is again She has not been awake for five Her ast long sleep was from June 5th to June and on various other oc casions she has slept from one to three weeks without Physi cians art nia loss to explain the se of the peculiar malaflyi Mis Pietta seems to suffer no ill effects from hor long nnd when she awakes slid is the impression thatshe hns but a single AYIELDtfENT 63 BUSHELS TO ACRE Candidate In the Field For Speaker Of House Of Representatives New chairman of the committee on banking and currency of the House of and representative from the 5th district of who Hns jiist beenelected for the eighth announces himself as a candidate for speaker of the house in the Cist Congress upon the following House of Representa tives shall elecL a board of managers consisting Of seven which shall be charged with the direction of tetjislatlon which is now assumed by the speaker of the K the Suit Of TV Evans In Supreme Tiinber Deal Evidence Has Now All Been Taken When Supreme court resumed this jaiid lie would not jar i ha i Johnstone continued i ho showed Macmicking the option its crosscxaminnLiou of Cplpman hut there natliint new nr ling elicited that meeting with the syndicates tec and learning the and he believcfl that ifac had made waR thua 3fncinickings The first time he spoke to ing about this timber deal WHS on the iad but Jic told Macmicking that tit the Reft ness stated that any mickinp gotr of he fr the It was agreed Nov the Rond Government has been sustained in Newfoundland is not yet in present indications the election has been very but not until to uorrow night at tha earliest will the result be Owing to the cumbersome methods of counting the returns it will likely bo Friday or Saturday before com jlete returns of Mondays voting will A better showing was uade by the government Lnit light the Opposition were In possis ion of eight while the govern ment had but Returns today avc the Opposition three while government got five anil if tho lolls of Trinity and Placentia go partial returns indicate the govern nent will finish the duy with seats to the OppDsilioas 12 Tbj e s 13 more seats to TO GET MONEY Quebec Contractor Gave Marine Agent a the enquiry into the affairs of the Marine De oartuient by Judge Cassels yesterday building and lumber Que said he never made any tender for supplies to the but to his book from 1905 to he was favoredby marine with or Jers for cement and lumber amount ing to and in order to get spot cash he drew on Gregory or got Gregorys by paying him a commission of five per In all lie hart paid Gregory not to fbrir He also to some Tratuitics other members of Mr Murphy said he isett to charge department not only retail but at least ten per excess regular retail and sometimes as much as 25 er The commission paid Gre gory was included in the price made hnd The statements of micking that the Colpmans nnd Mucking were contributinga sum of cash on the deal were This closed the defence as far as concerned and Bon ne ofTered no witnesses for the de fence of Evans was recalled by Jphnstone in rebuttal of Coipmans stnteiueiit of tlio date if Cardston Farmer Has a Fine Crop Of Wheat Macmicking sold haU the property less Mannings interest was o ijot a qiiaVtcr share in the other re tained by Frank Oolprpar of conversation Colpman said with When interview took place Evans was out tho country according to his The counsel hfrroed writ teo arguments to His Jt was further agreed that the other cases be put off until the judgment on this case been ARCTIC Arctic Brotherhood began its convention here this Over one hundred representing the Camps in many parts of arrived from itfatte this and a recep was held at the Victoria itwhich Mayor Hall and peochos of welcome were given and replied to by Thomas Past irrnnd Arctic and Clay of the position ot Grand MAY APPOINT of this fact was made yesterday by president of Anna Howard the The Appeal was made to Colorado women to assist in the movement by the signature of every wo man in the Tnft has often said to WRS willing the women of America should the right of franchise if Thepres Jdent says is the time to him an opportunity to show what meant by this adian Northern Railway will their BrandonRegina line regular passenger trains will be run between Winnipeg and Re AGNEWS condition of Agnow hows some im provement today His physicians now o was dashed against the chimney of the Methodist church here yesterday and instantly while making balloon ascen sions at the farmers Glen Had a 15yearold who was standing near the was struck j by a brick falling from the wjjiCij wjw WicvKvu inr MITT is skull wvis and he may DAFOE editor of the Free was committed for trial charged with criminal libel as the result of an attack on The paper charged him with being the are more hopeful of his recovery than ringleader in rowdyism at political at any time for several days meetings icans htivo beon looking anxiously for election returns but at ninu oclock this morning hul beon unable to ob tain anything will be feeling of satisfaction when thft light is over as it is oxpoctrd that the work on the Reclamation project at Milk fiivir will proceed as soon as spring that is if h present party is return ed to Cardslon is the most convenient railway point as yet for the supply of coal other THRESHING OPERATIONS The good weather of the past few days has made possible the grain dt Thrwhing is in full blast new in nnd arc tnronginc the bringing in the golflcn Many farmers are mnking their sUiipmonts this season and prices ore said to be saving from five to ton conts por bushel over elevator offerings VToolf finished threshing on Saturday last and reports an av erage of 60 bushels per acre of fall piece of seventyfive acres making f3 bushels per His farm is In Woolford district Continued Back Secretary Wilson Has Declined Presi dency of Colorado It is despatch to the RecordHerald from says Secretary James of President Roosevelts is reported today to have declined the offer of the presidency of the Colora do Agricultural College at Fort Col Following this it is statfd bv a niMibor of the FRANCE AND GERMANY DIFFER REDUCED THE learning of the shortage in the accounts of Teller of the Farmers re atives came to his and the shortage was reduced to about McCallum was discharged from he banks Xo criminal pro ceedings have as yet bsen relations be tween Francennd Ocrmanjare ag ain disturbed through Germanys seeking from the French government the release of Germans who deserted from the Foreign legion at Cosa and ndditiivnai Board of Agriculture Frank llKcd awnult made upon a sub of ononf tho most notod clergyman in tho TTnitivl is boincr considered the Out of sivon mombfrs of the five aro said to bo for CTUII ondcavnrwtr ti roach an arrangement with Iho Fronob Foreign Office at thi ond hut si far without Sov GIVE CREDIT TO lornl of tho last evenings papers took ordinnto officer of Uie German con t The French office to submit tbo matter to am Jule tly French CANT GET A a neeting of Reading Town Council yesterday the to accept office for another andnone oi the other members could be prevailed upon to take the It was also stated that members of leading firms in the town had been they had positively declined to be nomi LIBEL CASE AT REGINA Upon and declared that it announcement of Taffs election today was noxv necessary for Germany to the operatives in tho two great insist on The German go thread mills in this city were noti fixl that full lime work would fo rc vernmont serious representa Laird Scott libol charpe came before the court nnd Judgo Johnsonc struck out the plea enured by Pre tions tt Franco early in October with mier Scott that the court here hvad sumod next Sineo last 1roforcncc lo lnis nlTair wnsino jurisdiction to try the tno navo Dven running part 1 irom the puhlication of tho Emper j ors interview but tho raising of the controvorsy in the newspapers rs ro A NEW gnrdcd by sonic of Chancellor Vonj Inter Buo1rtws critics national Brotlvrhood of Railway nttontion from the Kmperor on tho i no tho rhancellor to a foreign quar the Canadian Hrot1iorhxid of RailwayreJ Employees takon its and although members of the former J Thompson of Calgarj formerly are now members of the it is homestead inspector and well known practically new in this was in town last and he could lay it anywhere in the the fact that the alleged offcme was commit ted in Moosejaw jadicial district not Koss had taken the of and pleaded that he had not time to file particulars of The judge ordered him to file a general plea of justification to morrow and gave Em for right to demur and ask for particulars   

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