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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume HI. Alta., Thursday, Septembei- 1010. STIMPSON IS HEAD OF THE Candidate for Governor is Named by Republican Convention DEFEATED BENNETT PAID FOR A PICTURE Jfaris, Sept., special from Brussels says that the .picture, "JfcJath of> by Kubens has been bought.By. an American collector, lor Democrats Have Not Yet Decided On a Man MADE WATER CONNECTION, WITHOUT AUTHORITY At 'the police' court, tnis morning J. W'hite, ,Reed street, was lined ?2 and costs ;foif-making water connections with the unauth- orized by the -waterworks Department, contrary to-section.5, Bylaw No. 14., .Henry Bowman for the second time i within a month appeared at the police court -charged with creating a -dis- turbance fry drunk. He ed 15 and costs. "A summons .has been issued; against Fay Chong; a vegetable, peddler; .for over a sidewalk-on Ford St. DULUTH MEN IN DURHAM -Du- convention Saratoga, N. Y.; JSept. -stirapson, .New lorn, was jioinin-ated for governor by tne Republican; state .convention to- .night -Representative Williain S. jaenh'ett. same' city. Stimpsors received 'hundred 'and forty-eight j one thousand''and fifteen votes Tne nomination -'was'-later'made Democrats Still at Sea i N. Y., Sept. man -who will! hea-d the .'Democratic state ticket this-year had not been chosen when .the leaders concluded their, con- lerences "tonight Chairman John A. Dix, -of state committee, last week.gave official impetus to .the tiaynor 'boom that up- sentiment 'tended strongly in tnat direction, .said that ne found among tne delegates an "un-dercur-. CALL TO ARMS IN 1NNESOTA Vancouver, B. C., Sept. 28. luth capitalists have just acquired '-a half interest in the. Durham Collier- ies, Limited, owning ..six .thousand acres of coal land on the Little Bow- river, thirty-six miles north bridge. They have agreed to prove the liin it of the coal measures by 'means o diamond drills, and. if subsequent de veleopments justify will plant capable of handling -an outpu of five hundred tons daily and, extend a railway to the .mine. Drilling oper ations are now ih progress. The dea was -negotiated by Andrew Laidlaw a well; known mining man of Spo kane, .Wash., who with H. H. Galer of Vancouver, owned "a controlling in terest in the Laidlaw has just arrived here from Duluth, where WILL MAY BECOME TO Cass Lake People by Enforcement of Liquor Law j Bimidji, Minn., Sept.'' ,28. Cass I Lake is near an armed "rebellion" over i the Jiquor question. Governor Efeer- hardt has been appealed" to curb .the" agents of the Indian; who are declared to be persecuting -.the people of Northern'Minnesota in ._ enforcement of liquor laws. The ap- rent, of towards Edward H.. ,peal to ,the ;was the agreement was signed a iortnicrh' ago- BIG DAY OF SCHOOL SPORKTO-MiROW Isnepara. .Starting fn-.New Jersey Jersey-" Wood- Democijatic nominee for .governor, inaugurated 'his -campaign Vith "three addresses last night .by Justice Frauk. who: says 'blopd- 'shed- is .imminent. Lake Times has. issued what-.sounds like a FATAL ACCIDENT- ON WORK tferry, aged 72, engagecfon tfte irriga: ,tion -work near Bassano. At the time of the accident Perry was driving a dump wagon" -and had "just deposited His load when the worses -bolted. Berry was on the- seat of ttie wagon and after a hard fight, gained control Gontestaats All Ready X if, the .weather is favorable' 'there ill 'be big. -doings at the baseball. park "Brer- afternoon, wien- pupils since the approach .among, of spe- of tJie Protestant cial agents of 'the United-: States public .wili-Jiave 'their -d- -of- field dian. Department; our.tpepple, .anxious 01 ueja awe-strickeri ;in, .rcdn'ttnnpla-tihg I atrocious-ac'ts of, "agents and most.' of us .have. .been f car. ,That period, has passed '.our citizens have -at' last been1 aroused, _are now ready '-'anil! for .their ...lives ..and as'thiiy iipon them. becomes necessary to -bear arms "to protect ourselves and our ery citizen will embrace that privi-- The entries -have comfe- in' by scores and there will 'be no -events default. Tne, chances--.are; that several of; the 'events will'have, run off, in heats as the number en- tries is -too great lor one race. programme' will start, sharp at if if j naif .past one and will-be off-as rapidly as .so 4-as to get through, before --dark: 'The -boys wj. A. V.-.1JU WA'tAWtj VJ-ift V v x Krt -L j.'--' kge, the constitution-of- the United and prac- Sta'tes and of our. .'state vouchsafes !pcms gently and tne contests will us. We are tired of being over-ridden; As there have teen--no.'such by a gang of cowboy, toughs' at the direction oi the sub-department oi the neld day lor four yoars, there -are no records for present pupils to- judge .interior." The present, crisis is j TVQO Trill win-the of the runaways, after which he va-jbrought about by the championships, and "cated his seat and dim-bed' into the i amandate prohibiting the sale of li- the "wagon, quor under .an old treaty in certain struggle tne tongue of. Parts of tire restricted territory. wagon had been broken, and Berry j .had just got into the wagon when the Horses toe'gan plunging violently, fin- ally running round in a -circle, over- turning the wagon, which they drag- ged across -Berry's -body, inflicting terrible injuries. One of ;his "work mates, J. Devlin, Contractor McKenzie, rushed to the poor- fellow's aid and white the lormer did 'his best to dress, the and make-him as comfortable as possible .under the -circumstances.. tne latter went to, the camp. for. canvas stretcher .and Democrat, Berry goverainaital tne uncertainty gives added -interest. SAD CASE OF DESTITUTION toeing placed on the. stretcher and conveyed in the .democrat to the camp. He "was here left in charge of tne time keeper, -who was instructed" Junes, nv-n ar at the A sadxcase of a destitute family has been engaging the attention of j the city police, who'under the.'direc-j tion of the relief of the; city council, have been- supplying The meet is open to the public, to and ho charge is made. .The grounds in front of the grand stand kept every, person-trat .the contestants and the so that everybody -can see plainly what is going on. The school board and teachers 'and pupils would like to see a large .turn- out of the parents and others ;who are or should- -be interested in this branch of education. i Object to ATcKbishop Gaiitnier Going to Ottawa HIS NATIONALITY AUege that; Appointinent was Worked-Letters J "Missing .Sept.: .or shortly after.: thej..four-th next, as a result .of conference of. all parts of the -frovlnce.of Ontaiiib that -will 'be Jbeld' .probably be sent direc.t" Holiness, the rope, official at -the Vatican at protesting against -the choicefitiaiat has .been made with., respect to- a successor of the iate'-Arch'bis-hop'-Duhamel as nead of the diocese of Tney have no tault to find' .with" Archbishop Gau: ..-'French-Canad- ian alleged that cer- -documents (which should have! reached- .Home jandiwMch were in the interests French-Canadians reached tnere; "The .Canadians ihere nt'end to .ascertaiiK they, did not. fren'cii-Uanaclians 'generally are much dissatisfied decision of Rome with'- regard. 'toVthes' choice of a-s'uc-i cessbr. Duhamel.' :-Ai-! most all -are" of "tihej-'" one. .opinion, UElpGOV. OlN.S. Ottawa, Evenin: Journal There .is .a'-possibilit that Sir. Frederick Bordeh may -be- come Lieutenant-Governor .of Nova Scotia in succession to the late; Bon Eraser. is -we'll kno WE that il fnis'ter of Militia during '-Hate years' ,'nas. lost much- of his interes in politics and some time ago express- ed, a desire to ,be rid of the- cares b office. It >Be: .that the vacaicy created .the; -death of Lieut-Gover- nor Fraser will "suit, his "ideas of re- tirement. '-Only1 .-two men have, been longer., in-- the IJpuse, -than 'Sir 'Fred erick namely, Hon. JohnT