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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald Lethbridge, Alberta. Tuesday, July 12, 1010 A SESSION IN THE EARLY FALL Several Political Ru- mors Afloat at Calgary Calgary, July Bassano News publishes a rumor that Justice Stuart may resign from the bench and succeed Hon. Duncan Marshall as Minister of Agriculture. It is hardly likely that the report, has any foundation as the Premier 'is not likely to take any more colleagues from the -bench, and he is wise enough to know that too many law- yers in the Cabinet would not -be ac- ceptable throughout the province. It is not unlikely that Mr. Marshall may displaced as it iB understood the new Premier is finding the Minister of Agriculture is a heavy load to cairy. Elections After Session The Bassano paper also intimates that a session of the legislature will shortly fee, announced t-for the ginning of September, after which a general election wiii take place. The Calgary News urges that the 'bye-elections in' "Mal.-vr.1 -nd Gleichen should ,be held at once. It is expected, the News says, that the royal commission will hand in their report in -the course of a -week or so, and. in that case. the elections C. Norris, M.P.P. Liberal Leader in Manitoba THREE KILLED IN AN EXPLOSION Sandpoint near Ottawa Sceae Of Disaster-Tie Cause Ottawa, Ont., July ll.-H. G. Nit- ol, of New York, manager of the works of the Dominion Expl -gen- f Dauphin-Harvey. Cons, BANK MANAGER DEAD Bassano, July A. G. McA. Hair, manager of the .branch of -the Union Bank .here and formerly ledger keep- er at High River, died last week. The funeral took place at. High Riv- er. He was only 25 years of age and a native of Scotland. year-old Arriprior boy, Frank Pitt- and PAINTING OF PREMIER PLACED IN COURTHOUSE Calgary, July fine oil paint- ing of Premier Sifton has been" plac- ed in the court house. The painting, wnich is a 3-1 size, is the work of V. A. Long, and has inscribed on it, Hon. A. L. Sil'ton. Chief Justice 1903- 1910. An order has .oeen placed with Artist Long by the Law Society of Alberta for a painting of the next chief justice, 3-4 size., and others of the late Judge Rouleau, Mr. Justice i Macleod and Judge Richardson, bust size. and John Hewart, aged 35 30, were respectively explosive ex- perts from Philadelphia. Pittner leaves a wife and two children at Arnpdor. Of the eight people injur- ed ohn Lynn is the only one whose condition is critical. He was engaged rolling cartridges when the explosion era! elections in the province yes- terday resulted in a complete victory for the Conservatives. The standing when all the returns are to hand will likely be. Conservatives 27. Lib- erals 14. The result is a disappoint- leads 60, happened and was struck by flying de- bris, his skull feeing ment to 'the Liberals, were con- fident they would defeat the Roblin government. The government made a dead set on South Winnipeg in order to pre- vent 'the return of Edward Brown. whom they looked upon as the big- gest man the Liberals have in the province. C.RR. MAY BUILD TO ALDERSYDE HARRISON In Order To Give Employ- ment To Settlers Of this District Magrath, M.P, this moraiug received a telegram from Vice P-Csi- dent Wm. Whyte, of the C.P.R., 'in I answer to his and President Nourse, with 4 polls to hear from! Cons., 6 majority. Cons.. 400 Cons.. 114 maj. Gilbert Cons., leads 112, four polls to hear from. Cons., leads 25 majv with 9 polls to hear from. Lib., elect- ed, 167 maj. Ham Cons., elected 400 maj. Cons., leads