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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL I. LETHBRtDOE, ALT A., THURSDAY, MAY 7, (101. HO MAKES SERIOUS ACCUSATIONS TAFT KEEPING FAR IN THE LEAD Sensational Charges Against the Con- servative Party of Manitoba During a Debate in the Do- 6'ttawa, May debate on the Dominion elections bill was resumed by D. Bole, who rallied Mr. Alcorn on having made a speech covering over 40 pages of Hansard, 3C of which were composed of extracts. He did not think that sort of thing added to the dignity of debate or to their informa- tion. Mr. Borden: "Does the Hon. gen- tleman say that a member is not en- titled to quote from the acts of Par- liament bearing on the _ Mr. Bole: "He could refer to the acts without taking up 35 pages- of Hansard." Proceeding, Mr. Bole said he did not intend to devote much attention to clause one of the bill, as that had been dealt with very exhaustively and completely by the Minister of Justice, but lie wished to take this opportunity of stating one or two objections ho had to. the present system of revision in Mani- toba. He held that in Manitoba there should be only one revision of the voters' lists and that immediately preceding election. They had a great many people going to Manitoba from Ontario, the maritime provinces and Quebec who were good citir.t-ns of the Dominion, and who had a perfect, right even though they had not in the province a year to express their opinion on political matters when an election came around. The natur- alizations laws were, he thought suffi- cient to protect native born people, and Canadian citizens against aliens. Another objection he had WHS to th I te f i lr.; A HORSESTEALING CASE Ottawa, May the present have to made by canoe. From i session of "parliament the authority of tho North West Mounted Police Edmonton he will proceed to Atha- basca Landing and thence water TELEPHONES will extended to a part of th. Shaft of the A. H. posed to hiy before the House certain r Collieries is progressing rapidly, evidence. He could show that not' i t 1 he. shait was commenced about six only had one man beenf deprived of his right to vote under the act ofj APPEALING THE CASE Maeleod, May appeal of the case of the Hillcrest Coal and Coke company convicted by a magistrate last October, for breaking the Lem- ieux act, by locking out men, at the mint.' is on at District Court at Frank tomorrow. W. C. Ives appears for appellant. WM. J. BRYAN SUPPORTED BY OHIO i require the mare at the time he :ibk- ed accused to keep h-.-r and work her. He went for the mare .on the first of April and met Gier and told him he wanted the mare. He said that she was not on his plac.- n but with Mr. Fogarty's horses and that he had seen her that day. About the 28th of April he met the accused in Taber who told him the j mare had strayed and offering to let him have onV of his horses till she was found. He declined and said hi1 would call for the mare inside nf a week. The mure was later found d ad. i Win. Rose, examined, stated h- I had known the accused since July. told him that'. Failer-. ;hail a claim to her. Witness stated lie was t.liking to a veterinary and he said the mare wa.-. poisoned and he believed that the ac- cuser! poisoned her and his reason for this belief was that .'another horse that he had refused to trade to Gior also died from the sinu- symptoms, and witness believ. d that both the horses had been poisoned by him. This statement causer! :i great sen- sation Th accused was remanded to the District Court at Lethbridge in two) bails of Siiofl each, which was forth coming. i procured n female corpse, set 'in- to her own house and then fled leaving the world to believe that she perished in the. flames.- The Tirst body dug up was that of Andrew Helgin. a wealthy bachelor of Aberdeen. S. U., who came in Jan- uary and disappeared about February 1st. The and lienrl had been off. then placed in gunny sacks then had born sown up. The body was nude. hi the second excavation, a skele- ton believed to be that of Jennie fiT- dy another layer of earth under kvhioh was found the bodies of the vilidren. apparently about twelve years of age. Here several more sus- in tho grounds about 'he ruins found am! tho author- ities will resume the search today with the clianoe of finding more bo- dies. Laportr. Ind.. May seventh b.idy was found on tho Guinoss farm in thr afternoon. It was buried lour d op and evidently that of .ui adult but it is not known whether of a man or a woman. It has beer. nibs-red like tho majority of the "tilers. La Porte. Ind.. May Grisloy