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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO THE LETHBRJDGE WEEKLY HERALD CONSERVATIVES BADLY ALARMED Over Developments in the Colchester Election Case CANDIDATES IN OTTAWA Halifax, X. S., Aug. inquiry in connection with the charg-j es of bribery and corruption in John! Stanfield's election in Colchester will! be resumed Thursday. Many adiii-i tional witnesses have subpoened' including George A. Hall, secretary! and organizer of. the Conservative! Qttawa, Aug. Conservative convention to_ night the candidates were nominated for the Federal elections. The French speak, ing nominee is Dr.. J. L. Cha. bbt who was elected by ac- clamation. The English can- didate selected is Thomas Birkeit on the first vote by a majority of 300. Local Police Clean Up Two Places Revenue For the Cily 'ness and inefficiency was a matter of j yearly complaint in Parliament. It is now a busy road, running two trains each way each day with parlor cars and all the other accessories of an up to date railway service. The ar- rangement with the company was the beginning of that American invasion which is tilling the West with the very b.-st class of farmers, and which s been so influential in pulling our western country out of the Slough of i unusual contest WHALE RACED WITH STEAMER Novul Experience on Atlantic Trip- Whale Was Killed Montreal. Aug. Kensing- ton of the Dominion line now in port had a remarkable experience on the voyage from Liverpool. When near- ing the banks of Newfoundland, a large sperm whale WHS noticed rac- ing alongside the big liner and the was welcomed by (From Thursday's Daily.) Telephones In Saskatchewan j The city, police sprung a 'surprise 011 i the gambling fraternity last night. I Chief GiUespie certainly made a. j j clean sweep of it. He has been ask- i ed several times today how he man- j aged to do the trick so easily. When! -there's anything doing that fears j provincial I sunlight, trust Chief ro j au. I throw open the shutters at iherh-iitf The Thief I Despond into which it had fallen un. j the hundreds of passemrers a, der the regime of Mr. Ames" politi. come break iu the of voyage. .For at least half an hour the big mammal easily kept pace with the ship and then it slowly forg. tder cal fru-nds. Let Mr. Ames compare carefully these two cases, and any of the other alleged "scandals" of which is is the discredited parent, SHOT IN TWO PLACES and his thoughts, we should say, would be too deep for words. party, G. W. Stuart, chairman orj -Conservative organization and others i of prominence. Baine is out on ci telephones 'has Interesting developments may be! nounced llle letting of the contracts! time in the right way. Brought out at the next session of iior ;he ttistanc? telephones from! has been looking -IS if he didn't know I the court and the Conservatives to and from Re. I a thing for some time but it isn't j know that the fringe has only to jsafe to go on. appearances wh-.-n !.....k-j touched are terribly anxious at to! understood that by arrange, j inS at him for they are deceitful. I the outcome. The contention the Manitoba government will! The plain facts are. as given ny J in a Toronto paper that the petition immediately extend their line the police, that two gambling joints 1 against Stanaeid was hung up terminus at Sinclair raided between twelve and I CONSTABLE KILLED C.P.R. BRAKEMAN ed ahead and. tried to cross the bow of the Kensington. This was a fatal move, as there was a slight shock and all that wa's left of the whale was pieces. The sea for some dis_ jtance was covered with blood. j While whales are frequently seen on the northern route it is seldom that they venture near vessels and this is said to be the first instance by j tnc border in order to connect direct- o'clock and a clean svreep made. lack of evidence is laughed at those who know the facts. 'Tig the Saskatchewan system. tition against StanSeld held up; __; _._ simply because the council defending! Baine resorted to the technicalities of! law to stave off the case. tie Son if JOS. MARTIN TO BE IN THE HELD i Twenty-one men appeared unA a jcoavicsion was secured in every cjusi-. The keepers got the players and the onlookers S5. The matter is the talk of the street todav. Sensational Inquest Held in Toronto an Chased Off Farm at Point of Loaded Revolvers Cardston. Aug. prelimin- liminary investigation into the at- tempted murder charge against Mrs. Vadnais and her brother, Bissett, of Boundary Creek, commenced this DRAMATIC SCENE AT SPRINGFIELD Springfield, 111., Aug. after another indictment was return- ed against Mrs. Kate Howard, charg- ing her with murder in connection with the recent lynchings. Deputy Sheriff Kreimer was sent to her rooms rr-------1 .t -t AAuna.u mm at the door. She secretly swallowed a large dose of poison and'then said: "I am ready to go now." She ac- companied the deputy to the jail, two blocks away and was just entering the door when she fell dead. record where one has been cun' morning before Inspector Bencher. FIFTEEN LIVES LOST Trinidad, Colo'., Aug. flood in the Cimmaron river following a cloud burst, washed away a number of dwellings at Folsom last night. 15 persons are reported to have been drowned. ATTENTION, MR. AMES! (From Saturday's Daily.) i Dad's Council did no mere thanj Toronto, Aug. evi- dence developed at the inquest held I in the city hall last night on the j death of James .Gorman, C. P. R. I j brakenian. whose mangled remains I (Leading article in the Toronto Globe! were found on the railway track early j of Wednesday August 19.) j last Sunday morning. i The prospectus of a land company! Chester Gray, who earlier in the which The Manitoba Free Press has] day was charsod with oni jpublished ior the information of its i the G. T. declared, through! i readers contains matter for a vari-tr his counsel., that he and Gorman had I joi reflections. The prospectus in ques. been fired at while walking on the! j tion is signed by Hugh tracks Saturdav nieht He h down by a liner going at full speed. McINNES THE CHOICE Vancouver, B. C... Aug. a rousing convention held tonight, W. W. B. Mclnn-'? received the nomination of Vancouver Liberals and the general. impression the members of the party in tr.oj" constituency is that no man could have chosen. The evidence of two witnesses, the police officer who made the arrest and Dr. Stacpoole were taken. A third witness, a French Canadian, was called but it was decided to get an interpreter before undertaking to hear his evidence. From the evidence taken it appears that was a family rumpus at i on examining Vadnais the Vadnais home on the night of August '24. it is alleged that Mrs. "Vadnais and her brother chased Vad- uais oil the place firing pistols at effect. neigh- hirn, two shots. Vadnais ran down taking to a about a half mile away and was there when the police officer canie. Mrs. Vadnais was found by the of- ficer to be in possession of a .44 re- volver aud Bissett a .32. These were taJcen from them and they were piac- under arrest. Dr. Stacpoole in his evidence said he found a right fore- shot had penetrated his arm.above the wrist and' another struck a rib on the left side of the breast. Vadnais is quite recovered now ind was on the street walking around d'ay. Wires "director resident in Canada." Mr. arrested but Gorman :ght. He had been hat "was right in granting the Trades! Will Contest VanCOU- n i r, Constable 0 Brien of the G-and Timber Companv. and it n tiie cr.anu yesterday, is expected'at'the head of j the lakes on September 3. The Earl intends to proceed, west next month two Government 80.336 j Vancouver, B. C... Aug. i acres of Provincial lands, and that' fired will en- j Vancouver. from In view'of the in that the World absolutely emphatic that the-revel. fully paid shares of one dollar "each in the companr. subject to the tf ad ears company in consideration of "223. 000 was a visitor in. Detroit and. Windsor j conditions which have pre- vailed here unabated since Sunday last with a total rainfall to date of 6 1-2 inches. The continued storm to visit The provincial exhibition held lias uot only paralysed business and brought untold trouble to the rail. ways coming into Norfolk from the South but it lias added increased losses to the already severe damage i sustained. Strathcona, the _ k Canada, is also expected next month, where he will assist SAVED FATHER AND BROTHER IngersolL Aug. dine, the 13 year old son of W. A. Cline, of this town, is a hero. While swimming across the Thames river east of here with, his 8 year old son, Melvin, on his back, Harry's father was seized with a cramp. Harry who was on the bank stripped off his cloth- ing and diving rescued both father and lirother from Efteen feet of wa- ter. the Fraser celebration. of per acre as balance I in thft nprl town is on a .solid footing. The contract for a twenty-four room hotel has been let and work will commence on same at once, Tho 1 human habitation, not even a rail- two restaurants and storws now there j there arc now stations report business quite satisfactory, j w'th prosperous villages about them, Negotiations are now in progress for I and elevator vhich'bespeaks I ing lands were being fairly well set- tled, tin's particular area was abso- lutely uninhabited, and that settlers fied by it as if it were cursed: if it can show that the purchasers are un- der obligation to bring in a certain number settlers to each township each year, and if within a few years plaints. It has been in use in thousands THE OLD AND THE yOUNG THE STRONGandTHE WEAK Daring the Summer Months are Subject to Sudden Attacks of Bowel Disturb- ance Such, as Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Pain in the Stomach Sum- mer Complaint tfa. Children get, men were Cholera Infantum and Mor- bot. OB. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY is a perfect specific for all bowel com- vvith her in the rolling chair quite in keeping with the friendly re- lations the two families enjoyed. The spectacle in absolute independence of husband of Mrs. Williams returned Vimgr- from a triP to Europe last The- Futurity of today will be tlie Monday. He would say but first that has been run under abso- lute prohibition of betting, the pro. say but little concerning the affair stating that he was a close personal friend of Rob- hibition having been declared by the ert's. He" expressed' m a mag- istrate's court in Long Island City on a charge of The ti of the sale it can point to a country from which a blight has been re. moved that where there was not a go generu.1 store, a butcher rigation system without making a big effort to retain it. They have paid for it for nearly the next twenty years and should have it. Messrs. Eo- gcrs Cunningham will cany a large stock of lumber to supply the demand and there is also an excel- lent opening for a blacksmith and a barber. extension of the realms of 'King Wheat, it will be able to justify this action. Before the arrangement with the Saskatchewan Valley Land Com. pany.the railway from Regina to the Saskatchewan River was the most of families for tho past sixty-three years we have yet to hear a complaint of it not giving perfect satisfaction, Do not let an unscrupulous druggist talk you into buying a cheap substitute, fnsist on, getting DR. FOWLER'S. Price 35 cents. Manufactured by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont Mrs. C. W. Brown, Grand Harbor. N.B.. writes "I consider DR. KR'S EXTRACT or WILD STRAWBERRY to be the best remedy for Summer Com- plaint, M it cured, me of very bad CMC. derelict road in Canada. Its forlorn. recommend it highly to imy the killing of Annis but there was no hearing of the ease until toqay. Jen- kins Hains of beinf accessory to the murder while the Captain is alleged to be the princi- pal. The Hains brothers were taken from the Queen's county jail hand- cuffed together and rode on a street. car in the custody of a deputy sheriff 10 Magistrate Gilroy's court. Captain Hains, who when he ap- peared in court, wore the uniform of his army rank, today was clad in civilian clothes and his palor and un- shaven countenance Indicated the ef- fects of his confinement in jail. His brother showed no effects of his im- prisonment. Captain Peter C. Hnins and his brother T. Jenkins Hains were held without bail for the action of too on a charge of the murder of William K. Annis. executive committee of Coney Island Jockey Club and the stewards of the Jockey Club, as well as by the Kings county officials, under the new anti- betting IP Hamilton, Ont., Aug. Choce, following the example ot the notorious Carrie Nation, went into Gclden's Hotel on James St., Satur- day afternoon and because her hus- band was. being served with liquor, she threw a glass through an expen- sive mirror and proceeded to other- wise demolish things. She was ar- rested and bailed out later by her husband. i surprise told that the woman with Mr. Rob- erts was his wife saying that she was in Boston when he last heard from her. He said he saw Mr. Roberts Tuesday night for the first time since" his return home and told Jiim howr glad he was to see him again. Mr. Roberts did not get to Atlantic City until late the next afternoon. Aug. 2. CfOirip. ton has resigned his position as chief inspector "of the Sovereign Bank. An official of the bank states that the shareholders will be lucky if they escape from paying under the double liability. There has been no chocolate produced in any country equal to Cowan's Maple Buds This is a confection every one should buy. COWAN ;