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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta i: Thursday, September Sthi 1910. "A WIN ALL ALONG THE L1NE.FOR US TWO DEATHS DUE TO HEART FAILURE OFFICER GOT PRISONER LA FOLLETTE AN EASY, WINNER IN WISCONSIN Milwaukee, United SergL. Hiimby Outwitted American Lawyer at Great Falls HE AVOIDED A WRIT And Succeeded in Getting Walker Howard Across the Line Great Falls, Sept. Yesterday shortly after. Judge Leslie refused to' grant a'Vrit of habeas corpus in the -ease, of Walker. How- ard, wanted in Canada -on the charge of- allowed -horse stealing, oh the" grounds that his -court did not have jurisdiction in -the: matter, Sergeant in the'., contest' tor renominatioh- on the republi- can ticket, swept-the state of Wisconsin a veri- table it being, esti- mated by returns deceived" to" midnight that lie-will, have at least 4 to 1 against his oppon- ent, Samuel A.' Cook of Nee- nah, candidate for the" ,regu- lars. Complete returns are not expected for two or three days. BRITAIN HAS THE BEST IT THEDECOUX CASE STARTS AT MACLEOD Opinion That She W More Important Points on London, Sept; A B. Aylesworth, speaking io'the Canadian pressed "his opinion fisheries said; "It was .a the line for us." Hon. Mackenzie King. was. present during the reading of. the award und said it seemed quite satisfac- tory. 4- LET MATTER DROP General Satisfaction Ex- pressed With the Result (Special to ,the Herald) Macleod, Sept. hearln- the now 'famous Decoux else "ellf as a here S Bnlaui' 'tbe Stat2dard> Harvev and ,llS? supporter of th London, Sept. di- versity of opinion is expressed in this morning's despatches a result of the Newfoundland .fisheries arbitra- tion awards. Although the decision generally is held as a victory MUST GET OUT j Investigation Commission Has Reached a Decision (bpecTal to, the -'Herald) Cranbrook, Sept. the resumed inquest .on ;the bod- les of. the Hoag- brbtbers.f.Dr.: J- H. King slated, that tie 4-. made a post morten examina-' tion of both bodies in. accord- J, aace.wfth the coroner's -di- A sections and he found that 4, J'Q, death m each case resulted 4r ed by excessive or acute- al- coholism. v -f1 A, .4 TRAIN WENT OFF Harvey and a jury. W. M. Campbell i hurried .his prisoner to a Bur- i clefence- .So far the evidence is very westbound passenger train (much the same as was given- at the Mayor Adams-'has instructed Chief' mission Giliespie-to Notify the wo- iviiic-h rnen thtv the New- get before: twentieth of 'Taken as -re- whole, the'decision should give sat- t there some refaction to Canada, consider- MiiuieapoJis; ;Minn., Sept. Ballinger-Pinchot -investigation corn- on a party vote, rep- Madison of Kansas, insur- j .with the Democrats, motion declaring Secretary Claresholin, Sept; isouth- Calgary at, 9.15 foundland case savs from Ira left for Shelby. From there it the, intention, of the. Canadian offi- cial to -.make, an all night drive for the purpose of .landing his prisoner in. the nearest-.Canadian jail, where he will forced. to stand trial for his alleged- crime. Back of the details of the habeas corpus; proceedings is an. interesting story, in which the officials on this side of the line, were caught napping by .the wily sergeant of- the mounted police. arrested in JVIpn- tana some ago at tbe re- quest of the Canadian on stealing.' He, was taken to Helena, where he was lodg- ed-in "the Lewis and Clarke county jall-- awaiting the preparation of the necessary papers. The proceedings came up; in a regular manner before ..Rasch, and the I was finally noti- coroner's inquest aad '-'testl- anri mony .from different mine Petals. tae? off soT inero aro cnma It. _ uiu rjuit-ft There are some twenty witnesses to examine. MCHER DID ill COME Great Britain and America''The main eid -that J1 out the, STASPiS? H-is unforUinatcTlhat Newfoundland and rafter discus-. hold And Board lias to Others Attendance is w Close to Thousand The School -Board not 'have in. jail'-at Helena for. over: two "months awaiting the ex- tradition papers, but "none arrived-! "showed an of 925 pupils, Attorney Rankin, of Helena, who had 709 in 1009, and- in. June, when- school closed. There were 118-ncvr pupils registered in August and 2d more in September up to date. 993 pupils, new- and old, have enrolled during September to date. The school management committee reported that Miss Buchanan had re- signed her position on the ow- been retained by .Howard, appeared before the federal .court and askecl that tbe prisoner be -discharged un- der the statute, which provides thai a prisoner shall 'not be held more than GO days awaiting extradition. The iriotion, however, was dismissed by Judge Rasch on the ground thai: At- torney Rsnkui had not given suffi- cient-notice, the court telling the at-j tornej to serve another, notice and I make a similar'motion1 later. Extradition Papers Tn the meantime the writ of ex- .tradition arrived from the secretary of state, making the second writ that that official had issued, the first, it is said, having been lost in the mails. 'Upon thc arrival of thc second set of. extradition papers from the secre- tary of state, .Sergeant Humby, of headwaters sessment fellow subjects more than "vc ourselves." The. Graphic recalling the disputes over the. fisheries case savs: "Thr award will be. received with a sol'd Sense of relief. It inflicts no unrea- sonable hardships upon- either side If-Great.Britain-gams the more im- portant points America wins the largest number -and' as thc distribu- .tion is rendered more' acceptable, by I qualification, providing for the fullest the last serious issue which .has divided the f and British .peoples, thus L. the- werk of ._The Post commenting on the deci'-J sion says "As usual, neither side can, claim a complete victory.'if the' verdict was not as favorable'to ifih claims: as could be hoped, .the rea- son is. found in the feeble Rev. R Of aiming ;ir possihlc-for Howard's attorney to ap- ply for a writ of habeas corpus, and he was compelled io remain in the Cascade, county jail until yesterday morning. In.the meantime "Attornev Kankin sent his clerk to Great FalLs on a freight train with.all of ihc i-e- cessary papers, but when ihey were1 examined here it was found did not bear the seal of thc federal court, which rendered them The papers were filed with Leslie early yesterday morning, at which time Attorney R. M. Armour acting for the Helena attorney and on information supplied ,iy him, ap- peared for Howard and united .States! District Attorney Freeman look the government's side of the case. After a few brief arguments before the court. Attorney Freeman made a mo- tion to dismiss the procrHi.iss for the reason rhat Judge Leslie had no Jurisdiction in the case. No Seal However, the main object of the a recent automobile been given Xew Year at her request. i week late The British isficd with the award Newfoundland Satisfied St. John's, Sept.- decision tion on the Newfoundland fisheries dis pute is looked upon here as a' was taken from Vancouver his home. "When remov- here he TVOU] resume his journey in a 1 Mrs. Millyard died'eight jo at Forest. Deceased if me sons, one of whom is -Rev E. Millvard, of Hensall, Ontario aole proceedings.. On tafa vbte Nelson ed "JST0, tee room.. The accident, has j stantial victory 'for the winning of point one by Great re Mrs. Millyard is bur- luncral will probablj; be at work. class Bri- I that _. J Newfoundland's ihe board will ask the city council i five confirms her ail Jo put a sidewalk 011'Courtland waters in which bait fishes From i