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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOLUME 'V. PRICE-FIVE CENTS Lcllibi'hlg-e, Alberta. Fridiiy, November 81 h, TWELVE PAGES Number 280 UNKNOWN DRUNKEN MAN KILLED AT BARNWELL Run Over by Freight and Head and Legs Were Amputated WAS HE "ROLLED" Police Investigating Prob- able With Bank Roll Tlead and legs completely severed, the body of an unknown man was found on Wednesday evening at Harmvell station, making the second, death on the l'rows Nest branch in two days, both accidents happening in-almost identically Hie same man- ner 'with the same result. So far the dead man has not been identified. The remains are lying in the station at BarnweU awaiting dis- position, and the Mounted 1 "olice have; details at work endeavoring to find! some clue which will lead to icJenti-l iication. On Wednesday evening about o'clock, way freight No. 793 running west, ran over the unknown man right CALIFORNIA IN DOUBT Ssn 1'Yunciseo, Cat., Nov. 8. precincts still missing, and lioosevelt lead- ing Wilson on the face of tho returns by only UO. Califor- nia still was in the doubtful column today. Indications were that, whatever (he find- ings, the winner's margin would be so small that an of- ficial recount of the entire State probably would bc ac- cessary, MONTANA OFFICES ALL DEMOCRATIC WILSON AlND THE STATE TIC. KET. fit WELL IN THE LEAD TRIPLE ALLIANCE INTRIGUES TO FRUSTATE BALKAN AMBITIONS A NEW JUDGH ft E. Hodqins. K. G.. of Toronto, who has just been, appointed tain a strip of territory to Saloniki, eluding the g-reater part of Mace-, ilia, this to be made with regard the commercial rights of Austria in Saloniki. The allies want the northern front of Greece lo be extended to join. the new Servian frontier at some point not far from Saloniki, taking in part of Albania. To Montenegro would Iw allotted Servia, No definite agreement has been with regard to the destiny of Albania, Presumably the Sanjak of Noviliasar would revert to Austria. Itommtnia expects a reward for her neutrality in the form of a slice of territory north of Varna. Russia expects to see iho Dardan- elles free. AAA mm ........1AUL The Lc-ndc-n The London press this morning gives much spacw to editorials re- TRA1N NEAR andnn her amhiiions on tho Adriatic HAM, ALA., AND RIFLED MAIL POUCHES I "Kansas City has appointed a woman policetran and oro poses lo appoint STATE T TAK'C IT AWAY 6RUTW! Birmingham, Xov. boarded a southbound express on tho f LouiiivitU; and Nashville railroad at I Hloiint .Springs oarly today, entered I tile; mail ear, siwed ihe elorhtj hy u1 I flcii.'ish of revolvers, took posserism-n j of wvcral reglfltnrod mull j then signalled for the engineer to siup ihc train, iind escaped Into the j country, a few miles, north of ll-r- (In., report sn.vx tho rob- bers ;-oi lool worlli Ponsfb arc on their trail. coast only on the assurance chat they. iji not be lorCGtaUcci ay a ervin." Dally Express: "The Powers, j have to with jn unknown force I in Kins Frrdlnand, who prob-. nbly be iho first to em cakCj and I the reckoning niunt be made -wlt.li- hini." .Morning "The small .'siiifcfl' by stepptns Turkey's whoes iiKtkfl little chaiiso in the fraino'work of but cxten-. wion ef Aiislrin-IIimgary would a' at'OJlt' iHttlT'.tiOU." ft.'outirintiil (tn pay; ;