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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL II. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1909 NO. 277. IT LOOKS BAD FOR THE PARENT CANADIAN BRIEFS Richmond, P. Q., Nov. Moore, 45 years old, was drowned in Mute Brook yesterday. He is sup- posed to have fainted while trying: to get some water and fell into the wa- ter. He had been married a few months. Suspicion In Uxbridge Fatality Directed To- wards Father "Uxbridge, Nov. light has been thrown on the mystery of the death of Mrs. Archie McLaughlin and her two children in the burning of their home last Friday at the second of the coroner's jury last night. The cloud of suspicion, however, now rests over the husband, McLaughlin. Halifax, N. S., Nov. men have been arrested in connection with Dartmouth hold-up yesterday. Ther are C. L. Gallagher, Boston, and Herbert Hassett, who claims to be- long; to Missouri. They are about 23 years old and well dressed. Ottawa, Nov. view of the op- ening of Parliament next week, Can- ada Gazette today contains many no- j tices of intended applications for leg- jislation. Kettle River Valley, the Vancouver-Westminster and Yukon Railway and Victoria-Vancouver and Eastern all seek -time ex- tensions to their lines. MAKE ROAD HARD FOR GRITS Premier Me Bride's Tactics In B. C- Not Creditable KILLED HIS FATHER St. Paul, Minn., Nov. John- son, aged thirty-three, shot his fa- ther, eight miles west cf Caledonia, Minn., killing him instantly. John- ?oa is in jail and is thought to be insane. GOLD IS RICH AT SOMBRIO RIVER Victoria, B. C., Nov. from Sombrio (River, 50 miles from here on the west coast of Vancouver Island report that the placers there [are very rich, some nug- gets washed out being as large as wheat, the ground being hydraulick- ed pays from seven to forty cents a vard. Victoria, B. C. Nov. now looks as if the British Columbia Lib- j eials are to be placed at a serious disadvantage in the political' fight bv having new voters lists to