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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TFe Lethbridge Duly Herald VOL. I. LETHERIOGE, ALBERTA, UON0AY, NOVEMBER 2, NO. 274. EVE OF THE ELECTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES Finds Both Parties Confident Of Victory Estimates Made By the Campaign Managers NO CHANGE ;CN A. R. X York, Nov. The UU turn was given today to the political wheel of woe. With the opening of Jho polls less than twenty-lour hourfc away the leaders of the two great par- ties are giving their attention to the last details of 'on3 of the most in- tereatinf campaigns iu maiiy years. Mr.'f Taft speaks thiJs afternoor? in Cleveland and tonight winds up his fight for the af Youngs- town; going thence to Cincinnati to vote tomorrow 'and hear the results of the Mr. Bryan is touring northwestern Kansas and expects io reach, his home, in Lincoln tonight. He will get the returns- over a special wire has, been" ruti to his farm at 'which There was HO- change today. announced estimates of opposing national chairman, Mr -Hitchcock of ihe'Republican national egm'mittee holding steadfastly to his forecast of 325 votes lor Mr. Taft. The Democra- tic national committee an- nounces himself equally crrtain tha1 Mr. Bryan will receive 333 of the in the electoral college. Taft Buffalo Buffalo, N, Y., Nov. Judge Win K-Taft rested -from He morning service at the First" Presbyterian churcH Mr: Wilcox, vy tinier persona friend, at whose home here Presiden Rooaevelt took" thp oath' of office a] tor the death of President McKinlev went to the widow's home for and later devoted some ime to part of his corR'Spond- UCP which could not be delayed and ?tired early at the [roquois Hotel. Vote Chicago, Nov. the Jon that the vote for the prohibition ?arty next Tuesday be twice arge as the ever before cast 'or that paity, Chairman Chas. R Jones, that the Pro- hibition national committee has been issuiyl ol an incoinejjf a year, or the aext 'four yeati with which to carry on its wort. Jones said that' the financial for the party had been pledged by prom- inent persons. League Xew York, Nov.JLrf-The Jndepend- nce' Tpavty a complete state ticket in the field and itsw lead- have 'beep, concentrating practi- cally all their fire on Mr. Chandler who' was Mr. Hearst's running mate two years jigo-and there is some in- in. the strength the new partj will show. Bryan Cheerful Chicago, Nov. J. Bryan left today for a tour tomor- row through Kansas: said, "I do not care to make any list of states jn estimating 'the election. For while I think that the result is more certain income states than in-others T don't want "to discourage those in loss ceitain states y making discriminations. I believe that 1 shall have votes to spaie in the1 "electoral- college and a considc-v- able majority of populai vote. S am very ploahcd with tin- if ports I have had from Illinois. Il-ylieve that the this stave .will have an unpleasant surprise when they, read the returns from this stale on 'election day." Close In Indiana Indianapolis, Nov. day be- fore the Dem- ocrats and Republicans clairiiiug vic- tory hi Indiana. However, conser- vative ostimaters are of-the opinion that neither party will get the state ,by a large majority. No figures are advanced by either side. li "Maryland Baltimore, Md., Nov. cam- paign in Maryland has virtually clos- i-d. Today will b3 devoted to putting the finishing touches 'on for tomor- row's battle. Both the leading sides lay Tslaim to the victory, the Demo- crats insisting that they will carry the state- by at least and that they will elect all of the congressional candidates. This claim is disputed by the Republican leaders who declare that Taft will surely early Maryland by majority. Conserva- tive opinion, however, is that the re- sult will be close. Sir Thamw Says Purchaw oi Stock Will Not Mate Any Difference _ In an interview at Wiuin- Sir Thomas Shjiughnessy, president of the CJMl., said: No trip has bopti made over the fahoct line ofjthe A.R. L company, of company the C.P.fe. is tin- largest stockholder. IJui A.H. I. coinpany would go on doing business. piecisely as it had done befoie the purchase of stock by the Caupdhm Pacific, and no ehange.s be in- Produced. VADNAIS TELLS ABOUT THE SHOOTING AFFAIR Attempted Murder Case Being Heard At the Supreme Court Vadnais An Interesting Witness A DESPERATE ATTEfTTO S A Well-known Young Failed In His Purpose going toward Adam Henry's house, which was about three-quarters of a mile away. When he was away ab- out three hundred yards, ho stopped and saw Bissutte and ifrs. Vadnais coming after him, so he start- ed to run again.; When he Conservatives talk of protesting th.- election of Col. McLean Queen's Sunbury, N.B. and Dr. in King's Albert, N. B. SCOTT AS SPEAKER It is stated Jiere tliat Scott, 'ex-secretary state and Liberal "leader in the scenate for many probably be op pointed by- the-jGoyeriiinenf speaker in the senate in. -the new Par- liament. No appointment would more popular or appropriate. be .NOLAN LEADS Prince Albert, Oct. 31 from, the election in. the provincial riding of Athabasca held Oct. 13, are coming in daily, returns from the polls held at Cumberland house and Sturgeon rivei arrived. So far the pofls stand of Nolan, Liberal by.: over one hundred. HERRON HAS A GOOD MAJORITY Claresholm, AUa., Oct. re suit of Macleod district election was A BUNCH IN CALGARY. V Calgary, Nov. .candidates lave expressed tbek intention fo run or jriavpr this year. R. R_ Jamieson, formerly general of the list and others who ares out ara Clifford T. Jonee 'Aid.- Aid. Hornby and Alii. Samis. NEWFOUNDLAND ELEC- INVITE REV. R.-W. DICKIE Afoutreal, Nov. street Presbyterian church, one of the wealthiest and most influential in called Rev.. R: W, Dickie of Brandon; in succession to Rev. John MacKay, who lias been'appoint- ed principal of the new Presbyterian college at Victoria, B. C." ANNIVERSARY AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH Yesterday's services in the Baptis church were of n very interesting na declared here .at six this, afternoon as ture. follows: 2935, AfacDdnald, Liberal, 2632, Harring- ton, Herron's major- ity over iTacDonald is 303. Rev. B, Goodfield-, B.A., Re the hospital where an operation t was performed to remove "the rialL- {After the shot was tired-the unfovtun- j ate young man secured.a razor, with! which to. complete. Ins t-u-i the boy wrested it from hiiu. .The. j constable was soon onHhe- scene Itlankiif-U beggftc! him On the w the hospital he. told the cofistable-that he ing' ior an opportunity ?toend: his for the three weekklV. TOMMY BURNS GETS A PILE hit or not. Ke. went to the shed to TAXES CAME IN Money .was flowing pleat iful- pQlce on day for al- lowing, thy discount, on pay- C'l On that day, e.n in. On.Friday the were aud for days previous to that the receipts were from Xj a day. When it is totalled up it will be found Chicago, .Burns likes Australia; "according to a letter received in Chicago yesterday from 1 of the Alberta .Bap-phe cliampion >it wha J, .is m.ore important he tells about his list. Jack f take place December 2G Goodfie d spoke on Sydney: "You know I have signed of God taking -as -Johnson Burns savSj Father. At the Sunday gehGol MCCARTHY LED. BY 707 Calgaxy; Nov. the.; constitu- j'ency oi' Calgary there were votes "cast, for McCarthy, for Stewart atul 742 for Sherman. There woro 73 rejectod ballpts'.nnd 108 spoiled ones. VON BUELOW GOING TO RETIRE Berlin, Nov. spite of the fact the that I; am getting j that Crown Prince Frederick. William wealth, as would iruu and coal min- that practically oil of the taxes were paid in time to se- cure.-the discount. had drinks at Lci-hhridge but none at Cardston. -AVhen- he 'got home, he mixed himself a couple of drinks. He was sure he was sober whenr he got homo, although he was in "pretty fair talking humor." Ittssette had comd from" six months before with his family, "nine I Dign aiilt and his family had come He did not biow that Mrs. baby had been born" the night before He did not know that Mrs. Dinaiilt' done os'he did if he had known it He did not intend to strike- Bissett with, the stick but it was only a bluff Bissette 'fired: at him and hit him the chest. KEPT TNG R A N A R Y the children began to he wns coming with, the-axe. Bissette told him that if he struck he shoot him. Vadnais told him to shoot if he liked! .Vadnais kept coming and shot at him. They were about 'three-, feet apart and Yadnais was'close enough to hit him._. -call- 'different state- but ness' attention to a ment made at the preliminary the judge refused to allow .hini. To 'Mr. Nolan. Daignaailt said that Vadnais had been drinking for about a month and he was in bad temper. They in the house were afraid of him He had on FVidaj' night previous iii tnkrn iron bar to 'bed with him. to protect himself. Vadnais was very drunk when he got back on Mon- When he got to Adam Henry's they put him eventually into the granary. At Henry's Vadnais grabbed Bissette day and they were all scared of him. Witness stated that all hands helped in the haying and milking of tho who dropped the gun and Vad- 1 twenty-five cows. FEDERATION OF SOUTH AFRICAN COLONIES Ottawa, Nov. 1. South Africa was chosen. Jby Lord Milner as a theme before the Canadian Club on Satur: clay. The most important statement was that the conference in progress at FATHER AND SON JWOULD NOT HAVE WERE ACQUITTED DOCTOR'S TREATMENT .Durban would result in a federation j ancl of the South African colonies, a union in some or other; Agriculture on scientific "lines looms larger in its future than' South Africa's mineral Medicine Hat, Nov. the fall sitting of the Supreme court on Sat- T. and his son, Thomas were found not guilty of the charge of -stealing cattle preferred against them were honorably discharged Justice Scott. "A Pin." A pin, he said, straight a _ -tiCierec. s ing to represent The Anglo-Canadian nead ar-. vas sharp. of Land, Grain end Stock corporatcd at D., capita stock of stated that' a it was his intension to. establish my price 'as-I-'aiways'said I would.visited Chancellor Von.Buelow this .five hundred thousand ayre farm, io be operated, by men were" both, bright and. all to be .like ?w In the a. large- congregation listened to an. address on "Mountain Manlrood." The text "They that trus't .in.the and the latest machinery, -a the shall be as Mount Zion which can- of 'Absrto.'1 not be movt-d but abideth forever." The preacher spoke first of the eleva- tion of Mount Zion, its formation, made by God; its high above the earth; and its prominence, 3fr. is general manors of the undertaking. A FIVE YEAR AGREEMENT St. John, N. B., >T6v. At the fall Thompson have closed an agree- ment with St John ship laborers so- cifty to handle cargoes on their dif- ferent lines for the five years at 30 cents an hour in winter and 35 in summer. LONGBOAT IS A PROFESSIONAL I. get and it'is.all1 up in thej morning which is an indication :ihstr office in London. Johnson j the Chancellor retains-the imperial win or loose and an ex-j favor there are many rumors current tra. for liis cud of the moving, that the Chancellor "will persist in pictures anci .three round-trip tickets j retiring as an of the publi- irom London." TPS7 ClCT lilt LiAul easily seen. "They "that trust in the .Montreal, Nov. 2c-lnlcr-coil'egiato: games on Saturday resulted in; i cation of the now famous interview I with the Emperor that appeared in I the Daily Telegraph. Various states- j men are mentioned tr> succeod him. j According to tin- latt-st report the ihoaltl> oi Von I Schoen lia.s improv.-d. It is thatlli-rr Von Schoi'n IseLTL'tary for foreign affairs 'has also tendered his resitnation. ing. Hn said that the colony turn- ed always to Canada for it best farm- ing experts. Sir Charles Filzpatrick welcomed Lord Milner as one of the pro-consuls of the Empire on a visit to Canada. AMERICANS ENTER FOR ROAD RACE THE LARSON MAUSOLEUM Helena, Octl Paul b.uilders have jast completed, at a the erection of the Peter Lar- son mausoleum in' Resurrection cem- here. The structure is declared to be the finest in the west. Over 300 tons of granite and 15 tons of the fin- est statue Italian marble were used, and nearly a ton of bronze. The mausoleum contains nine catacombs. It is in the Doric style of architec- ture, and was patterned after tho church of St. Mary Magdalene in Paris. Lord" said he "shall he as Mount Zion." He then spoke of-the function of the mountains. They protected, thoy purified and they-produced great wealth of gold, silver sud iron. Like the mountains, Christians should protect, purify and produce the world's greatest good. The environ- ment of Mount Zion was mentioned. It was the, dwelling place of God and it was eternal. During, the service Miss A. Powell j sang a solo and the choir under the leadership of Miss Waste sang "Xow _ _ the Dav is Over." Toronto, Longboat i i The son-ices to commemorate an easy for Queens .over Me-; PR'EMIER ASOUITH ELECTED Gill in Kingston by 27 to -1. while at Ottawa Toronto University defeat- ed Ottawa College by 14 to 9. Queens -still leads in the scries without a feat, while Toronto has lost game to Queens. Aberdeen, Scotland, Oct. mier Herbert H. 1 elected lord rector of Aberdeen uni- Sir to Montreal, Nov. an Hamilton wore the winners of the in BOTH San It ALGOMAS CONSERVATIVE Xuv. re- Hnmihon, Out. Nov. Notwith- standing that there is no reciprocity between Canada and the United States at present owing to tlio dis- agreement betwvon the two governing the A.A.U. refusing to nc- cept C.A.A.U. cards, while tho lat- ter body is moro generous in that respoci.. The Thanksgiving Day road raw Vuro. ns usual, will haw several runners from across the line. Sammy Mflllor tho in 1902 and 190-4, _.. is now a professional. This announce- 4 the sooond anniversary ment was made today by Tom Flan-i _ Tiont of the present pas f the Irish Canadian Athletic i of the settle- tor m Loth- day. championship depends now on next Saturday's game between Ot-! tawa Hamilton in Ottnwn. Tf Hamilton wins the tram will finish the senson without n defeat. If Ot-' tawa wins, it he a tic between the two. 'Ottawa bent here turns for Algonia give Smyfne, making a record 1.48.43 in the bitter Conservative, 41 majority, the two year which still p'.ands, will be among Conservative. I them. The presence of foreigners is -_____________________________i quite acceptable to the Herald people mid the C.A.'A.U. though it cruises 1 aft considerable worry to Sullivan] WOMAN'S AUXILIARY The Leihbridgf. branch of the Wo- man's Auxiliary of tho Sf. S. C. C. was organized on Thursday evening last, in St. Auguatin's vestry. The meeting wan opened the rector with the W. A. prayer and hymn "Thy Kingdom Come. O God." Mrs Geddes. "one of the officers of the gary diocesan hoard, was present an a most inspiring and helpfu in her fluent nianm-r. Sh formerly resided in Toronto wher they are very much alive to mission nry work, having one branch of thro Toronto, Ont., Nov. Mrs. >usan Jackson, aged sixty, oi Home- vood Ave., left the Christian Science ihurch on University avenue tonight icccmpanied by her son, she fell to he sidewalk The son called for-help ind some one shouted to get a doc- or, but the son said, "No, we are Christian Scientists." The doctor va-s called however, and declared the woman dead. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Six inches of snow fell in York county, Ontario. A branch of the Canadian Woman's Suffrage association was formed at Ottawa with forty members. Delos A. a prominent dead at Grand Rapids, Mich. As an ending to a Halloween cele- bration, Walter L. Gilihula, 20 years of who lived in Buxton and James and Francis. Battorsby, brothers, 22 and -17 respectively were instantly killed. DR. CLARK'S MAJORITY Olds, Oct. Monday the re- turning officer for Red Deer riding will sum up the returns and make his declaration. The returns are all in and show a majority of 259 for Dr. Clark, Liberal. OPERATED ON HON. MR. AGNEW .HuCii cii- thiisiasm was stirred up and a meru- AsSOClSltlOtr "-J bridge.. An occasion was taken byjon Sntuniay by 22 to 2. In Toron- the pastor to make a short Hamilton defeated the Argcnautg that wants the money and j OQ n t f of what Mad b2en done during the i "y 28 to 0. he will have to be pnul for future l ftrn Air performances. two years. Mr. Reid came here a handful of people wor- in ;he church and a debt Beatrice Buck, 14 year old daughter i of Thos. Buck, Killarney, Man., wasj0- was on thc building. Then, killed, (Contmuea on Back {.TJIJJJ chart Manitoba Government t Hon. by tho convev friends to Hon. Thos. Gnvnway's funeral at Crystal City today. SIR WILFRID ILL Ottawa. Out Nov. Wilfrid Laurior is confined to his suffering from a slight attack of No .serious rosults arv> attached. The illness is due to a cold cw.irr.etod durijig tlic paign. i and his union. Harold Parsons of Xcep.iwa, who won Wpg.- Telegram race in 1907 and 1903. and madereuch a good showing in the Hamilton Herald race last Thanksgiving Day. is again entered for next Mondav. of twelve Fiv were appointed, viz: Three hangings will take place at Vancouver on Chinaman. Dec. 18. One is President, vice presi- dent, Mfs. Chiwrs; cor.- secretary, Morgan; literary secretary, Mrs. Ijicrrnm; treasurer. >frs. Stovall; Dor- cas secivtary, Mrs. Higinbotham. We were pleas-, d to have Mrs. Doo- ley with us again. Mrs. Geddos wsuj the guest of Mrs. Morgan while in Lethbridge. Winnipeg. Nov. J. H. Ag- ncw, provincial treasurer of Manito- ba, wns operated on for appendicitis nt the general hospital this mom- ing. Mr. Agncw was in good health up to Saturday last when he took ill. Agnew is a brother of Mrs. J. E. Lcthhrklge and Miss 'Agnew of this, city. ;