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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL I. LETH BRIDGE, ALTA., MONDAY, MAY I! 30 NO. 128 WILL SEARCH FOR MORE BODIES Still Hiring After Mirderd Bodies at Laporte, 'Laportc, Ind., May Dar- of La Porte, after a con- 'ft-rcm'ce' with prominent citizens last night, declared that the investigation into Guiness" murder mystery would bo, pushed 'with great vigor. "Up IQ the present said the mayor, "there has only been a luke warm inquiry into the amazing case. By this .time all the lakes of the G umoss" farm should have been drag- ged. The pbn'd'b'ack of the grave yard has not been investigated but it will be. Clear Lake and Fish Trap Lake, west of the farni will be drag- ged. I suspect that more tragedies will be discovered." TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Gordon. 716 Palmcrston Toronto, was upset from "a' sailboat 6n; Saturday -imd- drowned. -The Governor C'tneral'- while attend- the. races in Toronto this month wiH occupy -'Senator Melvirr "-Jones' residence. "The Synod --of British Columbia voted against the proposed union 'with the Methpdist" and Con- Churches. --Burglars A.' OaUjraith's store, at Swiff Current 'on Saturday 'night but onlv, got S3: was. r fount! two 'charges of :-to ycnrs in penitentiary. Alfonso of the Austurias, thje- infant son of King Alfonso, who was born May 10th, 1907, was enrolled in" the Spanish ar- my at the royal chapel yesterday. The little prince was attired in the uniform of the "King's'Own and was carried by the queen to the altar where the military oath was administered. TO TAKE STRIKERS PLACES Toronto, May Canadian Pacific Railway last night s nt out a special train with a hundred and fifty men to Owen" Sound to take the place of .striking freight handlers. The railway advertised for men and applications from several hun- dred times the number required. SUTHERLAND'S ANNOUNCEMENT FOUR KILLED AT TORONTO SIR CHA8. CANADA'S REPRESEN- -TATIVE Toronto, May six inch cir- cular tube in the nncUinery of the Richelieu and Ontario stearmr Brok- ville, being fixed up the yards here burst on Saturday afternoon. Two men in the engine room were killed by inhaling steam and two others died in the hospital six hours later from scalds. DREAMER SENTENCED Medicine Hat, Alta., May Judge Mitchell found August Nieman, the young Dreamer, guilty of and sentenced him to two years in the Edmonton penitentiary. Windsor, Out., May R.F. Sutherland, speaker of the Commons, has declined the re-nomination by North Essex Liberals, until announce- ment of the dissolution of Commons is made. This a'ctiori is construed in .some quarters as a forerunner of Mr. Sutherland's .retirement from politics. BAD FIRE AT THE TORTAGE Portage-La Prairie, Man., May A of smouldering' ruins and tangled iron is all that today marks the spot where stood- the implement .warehouse of T. livery barn of David Roes and E. McLenaghan, and the office of Dr. vet- erinary surgeon, the whole block sit- uated in a commanding position on Main St., having been completely destroyed by fire4ast night, with a loss of DR. HAMILTON CHOSEN Fort William, Ont., May the Liberal convention held here, Dr. W. H. Hamilton, of Fort William, was unanimously chosen to contest this district in the forthcoming elections. Out., May Charles Fitxpatrick, chief jus- tice of .the Supr. me Court of Canada, will be the joint rep- resentative of Canada a lid Newfoundland on the Hague tribunal to settle the Atlantic fisheries disputes with the United States. Newfoundland has concurred in the Domin- ion government proposition that Sir Charles represent the Island colony and Canada at The Hague and tin- British government has ju.-i sanction ed his appointment. The Unit- ed States member of Tribunal has not been aunounc'-d. li. X. Veiling, asistunt eomission- er of will probibly ac- company Sir CUaiLs: to The Hague to assist in the presen- tation of the Canadian case. Montgomery, Alabama, May Five counsi went on to show that the motive r crime was robbery and that. Pyly- pv.nk had reason fnr such a moiiv He had drawn on Saturday but according to the woman Harris, it would have Iwn all spent by Ttios day. The v.'oin.m must have had nmn ey as she had on Xav. and bar deposited none after Oetnher an iiifrlit drinks with ?ynko at tho I in hotel. When- 'lid he pot th'h money- Cert what he earnei nd wlial is known in evidence I lave sp.-nt ho not have had ov. yet lie says he was robb.-d f ?17f> in Maeboil or Calgary. That lie did not intend leavin Frank is evident from the fact Jiis arrangements with Pelesky for th shack and from his 1 aving baok pay behind. He says that if h" :roos it will he to C. the United .States to look for a job. but he p.-es to I'akan. ninety miles past. ton. Had he exp.-cVd to po then- >r two months lie would not have I. fi It i> -viden! that no have committed th. W. E. Nullin Charged With Manslaughter at Macleod (Special to The Herald.) Macleod, Alberta, May aso of W. Mullin, formerly night mt-rator at Pinchcr Station, charged with man-slaughter, started this moru- ng. He is charged with disobeying by alowing train 1430 to pass the station when it should have stopped, vaulting in a collision at Brocket, ibout o'clock Sunday morning, December and the death of F. Ormsby. Mullin is represented by Colin Mac- -od, 'with C. C. McCaul, of Ednion- .011, assisting on behalf of the op- union. W. M. Campbel is prosecuting. All morning was spent ovvr the .vordjng of the indictment, the de- X-nce claiming that there was no al- egation of crime in the indictment, that indictment docs not show train be a lawful train on Sunday, and that particulars do not show criminal .'ligeiice by Mullin. The Court ad- ourned to allow Crown to amend in- lictment. WILL STAY AT THE CITADEL Prince of Wales WiH Be the GuEst of Governor-General There London, May has now been locided that the Princo of Wales sind party will not remain on board the ship in the St. Lawn nee during his visit to Quebec but will stay at the critadH residence of the Governor- general whore Marl Grey and staff -.vill also reside. On the day of the Prine -'s arrival, addresses of welcome .vill be presented on behalf of the Dominion of Canada and the city of Quebec to which the prince will res- pond. CHURCHILL TO WED London, May bard on tile lu-els of the Winston Church- ill political victory at Dundee comes i report that lie has beer, victorious in love and un announcement may en as tho reason for his action. He counsel prooe, ded to .will bo held here until the arrival to-'" tin- nee (Continued on Back Page.) Dr. i morrow of tho chief of police ol Strat- I Chi'i Farrol received a reward of for the capture. ;