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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta DOWN AND Colleagues- in Minnesota Had 'Very Close Shaves I NEW YORK IN DOUBT Election Surprises in Min- v neapolis Split in Colorado Minneapolis, .Sept. revolt "Cannon and ,Cannpnism" is. the issue is known as spirit of: dissatisfaction. appears to have defeated Congressman .James A. Tawney congressional district the other districts the present congressmen: being.renbminat- cd but by; act- ual and. definite'" results are. uncertain but indications at "midnight "appears to" point to Tsiwney's defeat. Interest in the contest had centred on district .congressman. The heavy, guns, of- antis were trained 'Tawney.1 -Be was assailed in his out >of it- with a force that to have., been' too to resist; appear- ed to. confirm the verdict by a major- 'ity for Anderaoji of.from 2000." Defeat: Acknowledged The defeat; of Tawney was, acknow- ledged at Tayrney, headquarters in-Wi- nona last night -where gloom place of the .confidence that. existed -earlier in the second district -where a contest is on between Ellsworth and, .'Ward the fignt seems ,to be close for the Republican nom- As .'between. Congressman arid- Oscar Quigley, the De- mocratic; nominee is by Steven f CI bie In the fourth.district'Congressman Stevens had a" closer call'tnan was an- and" majority, .was- cut down strenj T campaign one? of' not announce its choice until ning the length of the avenue, with small holes bored in the same, which -allows the water to escape, and be- ing operated by one man, makes ;i considerable reduction in the cost of "maintenance. "The Great Falls City Council is February, when Crippcn told her thai his wife had gone to America is the complain- it. He alleges that, in April last he paid Asher for an and died there, she" cashed for him icv in the Imperial Guarantee and several cheques, one for She last saw the -doctor on July 9, when she gave him the money on cheques for This was just, he- taking this matter under considera- i fore he disappeared and at the tion an-d has asked me to get them 'he _said_ to_thc ''Ir anyone inquires for me you are to know more particulars 'from you.. "Will you please favor, me with a sketch showing this plan of watering Crippen had leit several packages Accident Co., but had newr received the policy. J. M. Attioe, who is al- so the complainant; in the-second case, testified that- in Apdl last when, witness was working as a teamster lhc Experimental. Farm. Asher the close oi the meeting, The Next President1 Mr. Rowley is vice president general manager of. the E. Mfg. Co., owning match paper rr-ills in Hull, opposite Ottawa- He is known business lIIUUlJ.t.0 JUC UU IU AJiU" i Tl- j i.- nothing, sav nothing." Before taere and talked him and __ o' _ an-d eive some particulars about the witness "If same? I assure you it will be ap-j thing happens to me give these predated. Thanking you in advance j Miss Leneve." any- to predated for the same, etc." CONSULS APPROVED London, Sept. 21 Georgre V. nas approved J. C. Homery as French Vice Consul for St. John's. Newfound- land, and A. H. Harteville, as Neth- erlands vice consul at Saskatoon. Long, giving evidence stat- j ed Crippen called at Munyons early en .July 9 and seemed troubled. Long at Crippen's request, purchased a boy's suit. Crippen and Le Neve uere committed for trial. BRITISHERS COMING TO CANADA FAST NAVIGABLE PASSAGE FORT AT G-iiten into taking out accident poli- cies. They had no. money and so to come into and pay 'Vvsher the -following Satur. day. Ginra couM not get in and so paid witness 'DO give to Asher. Witness (cave Asher that amount when he paid him on-his own ac- count. Asher said that the policies would be back in about, ten days and that if he did not see witness in the citv he would mail them to him. The 5 had nCVcr Thev hacl received' accused man, and devoted many, ye-arsr-to bank ing before coming identified with the industrial enterprise ax Hull. TariS Rcsplution- In accordance 'with the annual cus- tom the association will go on rec- ord by formal resolution in favor of the maintenance of a protective tar- iff, Additional iniercsl, will he at- tached to the comirg reaffirmation_ of this principle owing to the. agitation among the farmers of the prairie pro- vinces in favor of reciprocity the United States which took cretc form by the presentation. of _ .a series of memorials to Sir Wilfrid Lauriev during his recent western. tour. This agitation, it seems to bs well understood, is viewed with no l minion Public Works, department to construct a navigable passage through near Fort McMurray on Q. O. R. OFFCIERS RECOVERING London, Sept. nine.Queen's j Own officers are snfferihg frcm typhoid fever are making satisfactory progress London, Sepleluoer The emigrants during August to Canada totalled t making a total for 'the last eight months of Athabasca river to facilitate traffic j between the Fort and the Lanciln KILLED" IN RAILWAY ACCIDENT "IN EUROPE Vienna, Sept. persons were killed and 29 injured by a col- lision between.-, express trains last night near Rotterdam. Asher hacl always said he could not i interests. The question with understand why "the policies did not j which reciprocity is also bound come Witness identified the receipt! will really be the live topic of the produced as the one he had seen Ash- er out. Asher gave it to him and he prave it' to Giffen. A remand was then granted until Mondav to allow the Alborta man- ager for the company to come from Calgary. Accused had not been able to obtain the bail asked yestsrdav and it was reduced to himself anti one surety of J50. week's proceedings. FRESH MACKEREL REACH A RECORD PRICE Halifax, .Sept "mackerel sold -here yesterday at 40 cents each, the highest price ever paid. Thirty years ago they were quoted at i cents per dozen, ;