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   Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta                                Hie Lethbridge Daily Herald s i NOVEMBER CALCUTTA IS A SCENE OF TERROR LAKE WILL STAY Hoy Sir Percy Lake will remain in Canada for toother term general of the Canadian been chief of the in CaiuuU since Ifttft and to do with the reorftnbatiou the Outbreak Of Political Murdered GUILTY Of MANSLAUGHTER Awter been standing trial at the on a cliarte of murder by the jury of man The cagf was for shooting as the result of a dispute over the use of water for irrigation iu which a man by the name ol Layton was shot and UBERALW1LL UKELYW1N OUT Calcutta is terrorized by an outbreak of political Tfae but unsuccessful attempt made three days ago on the life of Sir Andrew the w a sr followedby a wurdar evening of a Bengali detective who had been acting iu trailing the Rev was shot on a crowded street by three The people fear to give information con cerning criminals vengeance be visited upon The police are All the police reserves of the city have been ordered on duty to prevent READY FOR JANUARY OtUwV whowill come to fulfil thV duties pertaining to the speakcr nhip of the House of till the next speaker is has ar ranged tohave the work on the ad dition to the Parliament buildings rushed night and day until it is in readiness earlv in Leadi THREE SETTLERS DROWNED Lewis arrived tonight from Squamifih River 30 miles north of He says that the water of the river rose 25 feet in a single night and several thousand dollars worth of cattle were deaths of at least three settlers are reported for no news has been heard from them since the RESENTS SNUB TO GOMPERS Lakr Leaders Do M like Tkdire Ratsarehs Actioi In Prince Albert Election Prince though only 50 of in the federal constituency of Iriace Al bert have heard from tonight the Uberal cai didate is leading by 33 and the Lib erals of the city are confident that Butan has been elected and that his majority will be up in the bund Of the polls heard from so great many in Prince Albert and the surrounding of which uian are admittedly so the claim that Rutan has elect seems to Very little has been heard from Duck Lake and Kimstino district which in the last provincial elections gave good and i these Rutan is expected to secur a lead of nearly a CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR man a popular young has at the council board for two years an nounces himself as candidate for the There are ww three candidates in the Evans and DECREASED MAJORITY re count of ballots South Perth has majority from 35 to 81RTHOAY MANORS the birthday ed Saturday iabouor of the Kings birthday we the follow ing of special interest to Can t adians gen I oral manager cl the Bank of I baronetcy General t knight commander of Michael and George Macdonald of com mander of Miefeacl and GeorgerHugh pro prietor of the SUfy knight bachelor MORRIS AND BOND ARE TIED Unique Situation In Newfoundland Politics FLETCHER DIES death oc curred iu Montreal of James entooiogolist and botanist of the experiment farms 1Mfttcher was one of the best known officials of the Dominion Government and had been connected with experi mental farms since their FIRE IN DUBLIN CITY HALL Council chamber of the Dublin Gity hall was gutted by lire today and the city hall itself had a narrow escape from All the paintings in the rooms of the many of which were of historic including the well known picture of Daniel OCon were destroyed by the THE BOILER OF A STEAMER EXPLODES FISHERMAN bftowNED Noirv a was drowned in Lake He was a Scotchman years of age aftd leaves a wife and three PFIFSTIAI LiLikj 1 LMLi plete rot urn s from the general elec ENGINEER KILLED Causing Loos Of Five Lives In New Ontario tion of November show that Sir locomotive engineer for the Vale Columbia Lumber was killed ast Friday by having his neck brok lost control of his locomotive which jumped the track when it struck a Collins being instant ly Robert the Premier and Sir Edward the leader of the Op position forces will each have 18 sup porters iu the The sit uationis the most unique in the New foundland politics and may be settl ed only by another general News today says President Roosevelts snub to Gompers will be resented by John Daniel Keefe and James as soon as they re tion to at tend the executive dinner at the White House next These three members of the executive coun cil of the American Federation of La have decided that they will re fuse the Theseofficials have decided that if wanted to do aey1 thing in the interest of labwr itmuat be done through the American FeJeration of re cognized as the parent all the union in the LOST HER SUIT Toronto Stuar Hamilton lest her action against th Bank of Hamilton to recover because judges were equally two being in favor of her contention and two agreeing with sought to recover money she had deposited with the bank as se on behalf of her her contention being that she had no in dependent advice which was her right as a married REMOVED POSTMASTERS Postmaster General today an nounced that President liooseveH had decided to remove postmaster at as tho result of an investigation of charges he solicited campaign contri Chinaman to Pay Penalty for Killing His Brother at Blainnore ELECT A MODERATOR Donald Muhro of was elected of Manitoba Pres byterian A PASTOR Pauls ihe leading Presbyterian place of worship the celebrated the twentyfifth anniver sary of the induction of Barclay as and signalized the occasion by presenting the Doctoi with in kast tinswas the original during the week arrived from Lord Mount for many years a leading member the the value of which he askec should be added to the gift to a testimony of esteem to his old Bar clay enjo3Ts the distinction of being the best paid his salary being per the occupation of a costly light and the services of a together with other CHINESE EMPEROR NovT Emporor Kaisers Letter CausesDebate sufferingfor iearly two weeks froin an intestinal is worse He show xl some impruvemejit but it didnot His Majesty refuses foreign medical alu or to take for ign LABOR PARTY IS IN POWER ADVOCATES A PENNY SERVICE From a Herald Staff Tues January 5tlOMah will pay full penalty the murder of his at Blainnore A BYEELECTION IN ONTARIO Sault Mr Liberal for East who was defeated Conservative and for seek re tribution by contesting the Provinci al constituency in the forthcoming byeelection If Dyment does not want the they men tion the name of ex of this town as the candi Hcmiiker Healon s Proposal In Regard To Cables mon were killed or drowned and six badly burned by explosion of a boiler of the on Laki between 5 and G oclock this The boat was ap proaching the landing from New Lis keard with a number ol passengers aboard when the explosion took place wrecking the steamer and throwing the passengers and crew into a terri ble Five met instant death while many were A special train started from Mattawa with doctors and will bring the injured Jo that The from the Menard and firemen two unknown and one still living who will GLEN CAMPBELLS LEAD of Glen Campbell over AT Burrows in Dauphin was A COSTLY SEAT New seat on the New Yorks StockExchange today sold A week at the last Great Interest In Marine Inquiry ke Of Number C hose D To Form Government In Australia Reichstag was again crowded tocay when the debate on the interview with Emper or published in the Londoi on was TheLHouse listened with undiminish edV attention while the constitution ality of Emperor Williams private in the foreign affairs of the nation was Chancellor Yon Biielow and all the including Bar Von Kid the acting minister were present arid the diplomatic and other galleries were said he thought that theanger and bitterness shown yesterday by Herr Von the agrarian was no way to treat such a sorrowful snb It was he that interest man ifestcd in the marine department in Vestigation now being proceeded with in this such a pitch that it is next to impossible to ob tain standing room in the criminal court The evidence adduced at both sittings today was very import ant and again went to show that con money has handed over to officials by government contract either as interest or banking as parties to the investigation choose to call it From Holland To Canada Bos vice president and Ar cher European manager of th Canadian Pacific had a coniV ence today with Albert th at which it was agreed that th Hnmhurcr American Company shou1 run a nrsi steamers 11 ne of the radical labor leaders of will form the new Auetral an The defeated the Alfred on a hft laboritos withdrew their support ecaxise the Government had no pushed labor measures radically to suit This will be he second Labor Party has jecn in power in the Australian Fed jral an other of the Labor Leadera was Pre mier for a short time on July jury was only puj four minutes and Judge Stuartpresiding Supreme Court the above Campbell prosecuted and McDonaldde The evidence who made the was of comingto the laundry kept by the accused and brother arid finding theaccused sit quietly on a He asked Who is shot and Mah Hong said Ale shot he no He ound the Malcolmson held an autopsy nd found seven ie being Deceased had rice in hia mouth nd a bowl of rice was broken by a Mah Pen lived at thelaundry nd was witness of the ng wakened by it between one and wo in the Powder from he revolver burnt his hands as he ried to Mah Chin was com ng to the laundry and got to the door ust as the shooting He previous a seat Asquith Talks At a Banquet sovereign with so admirable quali find himself in such His majestys trouble ought rather be ascribed to his respon sible advisers who since the time o Bismark never have been able to tel His Majesty the WILL OTTAWA SEAT is gener ally accepted here that Sir Wilfri Laurier will not sit for Thu Emmanuel Clievrier an Auguste Lemieux are spoken of fo Liberal candidates in D Chevrier was the choice of the on ginal and made way fo the The Conservative await the Liberal choice ert they tal of contesting the Prime Minis Herbert was the prin cipal speaker at the Guild Hall ban quet tonight which and Mah Pen ran away Mah cook in the Alberta was with Haslott when the accused idmitted doing the He asked him why he did it but was tolc to jfet Hasletts evidence showed preraed itation on the part of accused who had bought a new revolver and a box of only seven of which were Counsel McDonald offered no defence but made a clever plea for acquital the ground of insan of thenew Lord Mayor of Sir George Wyatt and brought to a fitting close the celebration of the Kings G7th birth The Prime Minister directed his re marks mainly to the European situ After congratulating the person of the Turkish Ambas on success nf the most amazing revolution in the annals oi he declared subject to the important principal that interna tional treaties could not be allowed except by the consent of the sig natures of the British government had no prejudice against or prefer ence in favor oi any pnrticuhuset One oi the happiest results of the RussoAnglo convention he was that the both countries had been able to approach the near east ern question from the samo point and discuss frankly and satisfactorily the subjects that had His majes tys government considered that Rus sia had behaved with the greatest re straint under exceedingly trying cit cumstances in following a policy of in Hea the father of the Imperial Penny Postage addressed a big au dience in tho Hoyal Colonial Insti tute this evening and advocated the transmission of cablegrams at one penny a lie declared that an immediate end ought to be put to the present cable of monopoly ut any Tvficl that the cable com panies should be bought out at the market price by the several govern ments of the The first step to this end would bti a conference of the postmasters general of Europe and the establishment of the pcnuyaJ word rale in this Then there shouldbe aconference with postal authorities of The carrying capacity of the cable lines lctween the continent and Heal on was twelve t imosgreater than the amount of bus mess at present handled ami a ma jority of them were unscrupulously kept idle by the cable The civilized government should and would establish frontiers for telegraph Heatonurged a univers CH1EF OF POLICE ILL Port Conners is seriously ill with BIG ORDER OF CARTRIDGES Turk Government has given an order in Germany for cartridges lor the Delivery must be made in two SHERIFF OF NORFOLK DEAD death occur here of Sheriff of Nor iolk He had held the posi vion since He was once a mem ber of the House of al tariff as the way to clear the misunderstanding and bVing race in touch with thus silencing the influence that makes for TWO KILLED Say L nen have been three others fatally irijured and half a dozen more or less seriously in i train wreck on the New Haven at Deep Details re NEWS EWFOR WROFE LETTER INCIDENT Foreign Of ace has been advised from Berlin chat the French Am bassador and Baron Von he German Acting Secretary for For eign tliis afternoon signed an igroement in settlement of the Casa McGillicuddy Author Of the Attack On Bob Edwards at Bremen and The first fnst line steamer tp Montreal will be about tho latter part of or early in on the open ing of the lAwrcncc with weekly sailings during and It is expected that the new service will result in a belter understanding bttwuen Germany and Canada and will stimulate trade and divert emi gration from Germany to OF LOCAL INTEREST Court of Revision in connection with the voters list will be hold next Monday On Sunday morning a horse tachod to tworips was found round the North Ward with out It was to the where it was kept until Sunday when the a took it The prob ability is that Owner imbibed too and that hoys ran Vnn Spanckcrons postpones evening November Van Spanckeren has recovered from a ser ious throat trouble and will be in good form that Rememj bor this will lc Van Spancker uns last appearance in This fact is certain to bring crowd ed house on Tuesday so se cure a seat Van Spanck eren has consented to give an even ing at Medicine Hat before she Southern 3UCKBOROUGH rflEE Buck charged with setting firo toi the Queens hotel in when lives were was found not guilty by the after an hours BRAKEMAN WAS RUN OVER BY A TRAIN Qade Never Met With Terrible Accifat COURTICE DEAD formerly editor of the Christian Guardian died at his homs in East Toronto yesterday after noon aftor an illness which assumed acute shapo three weeks ago but which had been moro or less trouble some to him for a long Asthma with complications of oUior ailments was the cause of TTo loaves a widow and two iothe not only of the general but to the expectation of the counsel who were engaged the the trial of charged with publishing defamatory ACCEPT CHALLENGE Club has accepted the chal lenge of the Royal Canadian Yacht tinb to race for the Canada cup next Earthquake In Death Valley San Death Volley nncl the surrounding country are in the throes of u series of earthquakes which began three weeks ago and the most violent of which occurred Wed Men Shot Instead Of Deer Nnv though the leor hunting season did not bepin until a score Claude a brakcnma on tho mot with a frightful ac cident at the sugar factory siding at Raymond about noon He was f libel against progres sed with great so that by ten minutes past four yesterday af ternoon all tho evidence for both the prosecution and dofonse was con cluded leaving for today the argu ments of counsel on either the summing up of the judgo and the all important matter of the verdict the Nolan appeared for the prose cution and and Jones represented the Tho conn was crowded to its ut most limits before ton oclock and for the early portion of the trial tho peoplo wero inclined to be slightly viutil a throat from the shoriff to tho effoet that if tho au dience did not bhavo with due de corum ho would clear iho pro dneod intense Aftor tho chnrpo had boon read to tho Davis stated that ho had put in a pica of causing ilony miners and prospectors have fled from thu For three weeks there have been one or two rumblings daily Tho crngs of the Funeral llango seemed to totter a se vere shock cnme last Miners were tossed from their bunks and camp equipment was scattered horses and mules nnu im menso houlriers were thrown and was run over and both I i j t M j j t lees and one arm were so badly crush hunters already have boen killed and I that it is believed he may lose an arm and a He was rushed into the citv and taken to the Gait two scoro wonnded in the Wiscon sin woods this In tho two cases it is reported that the men shot in mistake for deer were loft to bleed to a careless hunter preferring 1 Never is a young man atxut 22 to run and leave his victim to years of age and his people live in die rather than pay the fine for huntj x0rth He has bonrd where he is being given the of ing in the closed ing at Now roar end YhSlOri took piaCO On the SOW Or I pirn runon mijirvirTr vii leans and Northwestern at Litjthe ground that it had born drawn tie Up to ton oclock up in an irregular At this Do Not Like Tipping System nine bodies have been taken from th per sons wore killtKl and three others badly injured last night when the Union Pacific extra freight 3223 collided with an engine and caboose 11 miles west of Chey point Davis disclosed the na ture of the dofonse which would bo put Tho said Da will bo that Kdwards is a although I do not at tach tho same meaning to the as my friond lias been placing upon Still Nolan objected and stated Continued on Back Vo 1 special ca Mo despatch from Rome says The filternational TTotol Keepers Congress which has been in session here for so veral days wound up with a discus sion of The expression was practically unanimous that the habit thr o stnolc to its abolition being the un willingness of a large class of tra vellers to reriOTjce the right of award ing the special attentions of It was resolved as that custom could not be abolished it was most desirable to regulate therefore when travellers who wished1 it hotel keepers might undertake to distribute the charging therefor 15 per of bills not exceeding and ten per of higher   

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