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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 13, 1900, Winnipeg, Manitoba lr A- Centre Mil t 10 in n th House of In il expected Mr itv not tuan majority report ro iling U over Mr In West er Sir ir Tupper i i mtp to declaration in South Perth li i hat the a French and an tuat E MR DYMENT ELECTED Liberal Candidate Has a Majority of 280 With Island and Rainy River to Hear From Mr Foster's li not I Toronto u ur near a in London when the Prince Victor f the Queen a I f the more peaceful Lord Nov 7 Successes are J of the NEWS OF -iOLE DA 1C Tie Paris U is ol Ht authorities h divorce milt A 1 master IH The put t of Shan Hal Kuan l tug off Rocky from of the m given to tlie U S of tlie f J iu York William election Canadian four lints will for Uie electoral district of visit the port the Elder wa hem and Mr A E ment the government will he returned hy a good majority In 1890 Mr Dyment hafl a of I Moose Jaw Celebrated Moose Jaw The Liberals home town only 200 votes gave to on the part of Liberals His JLr A C Boyce of a vigorous but the small he obtained in his home town Rait Portage at once indicated than ho had lost On hand Mr with him a majority of It Aias always been the tory Algoma It would be government ami this accounts for the small Liberal vote j Tihe polling places m Rainy River have not yet been heard but always given Liberal The vote Ste Xever was there such enthusiasm in Moose The acclamations which of Liberal and as the at the West polls became known the enthusiasm knew no bounds Towards midnight Mr Scott's election was assured and the general result known Mr Ross to whom the West success is due addressed a few ring words to the gathering and was vociferously cheered Three cheers weve also given for Mr Hitchcock I energetic chairman of the local Injection committee Shortly before Ili o'clock the bulletin was read ami the chairman announced that it would now be in order to celebrate The crowd thought so too The town hall WLS soon empty A HIGH COMMISSIONER Lord Ho Has no Intention of Resigning His Position lit London Montreal Nov dispatch from Ottawa to-day there was a rumor Lord had resigned the high When Lord Strathcona asked as to the truth he replied There is absolutely no foundation Cor the rumor I have never expressed myself as having wished to resign my position and there is no truth in the story DEATH OF THOS ARNOLD Master ot English literature and the Father of Mrs Ward Passes Away London Nov Thomas A Arnold fellow examiner in lish language and literature at the Royal University of Ireland second son of the celebrated Dr Thomas Arnold head of Rugby and Humphrey Ward the novelist died yesterday He was born Nov oO He Uie ol several works on English literature MR MORINE HAS FOUR Additional Returns Received From the General Elections St John's Nnd col- general election returns from the Bonavista district with half the count complete indicate the election of Mr Morine opposition arid ils colleagues Messrs and by majorities of about TOO as against received In the pre- vious election No other counts have crowd to the c Conservative by the Citizens band which had contributed largely to the eases in llif f uo T P a prominent diod at is ornl tbat ill prominent honors at i A or D'll'ith capitalists range port AND Schreiber and the number was a to the Liberals Uas formed and the as it was expected that the town would give a for Dyment The town of Font William Is also a surprise as in it gave Mr Dyment a en in enjoyment After playing ity of 117 aind to-day only while the dead march the re- which la nnd marched town and a Conservative gave to the corner of meat a majority of a Main streets where a large bonfire Tine following places heard been started The during the do not till early the following mOrning polls located but owing to i ihs working the results there j Poll Dyment Boyce Fort William Port Arthur Brace Mines Blind River Portage S S Marie Savanne Dryden Bay Hawk Lake Norman Murillo ChaDleau White River Port Cold well Dyment maj maj o maj 141 maj 47 maj maj IS maj 1 maj o 40 maj 50 Messrs Winkler and Bowman Government Will Make Many Promises to Electors j Nominations for the local electoral division of Rhineland took at Winkler before Returning Philip Ullrich The local j eminent candidate is ilr Noah man banker of Coulee who has twice defeated by ilr the former representative of this di- j vision The seat was vacated by Mr I Winkler at the urgent request of the i Liberals of Lissar in order that he might contest that division in the re- j cent general elections and after con- j pressure on the part of his friends in the riding of he general hospital has 1 j of from Aid U- i m was driven nt River linace Sultana Mine Ash j I Lake I Bay li 17 3 r maj 2 maj J maj S li 14 1 muj 7 maj maj At f was jury bright in truu Joseph It a i I Rat PorU j election in I or 12 maj maj c foils to-day yesterday consented to allow his name to be placed in nomination Tor the di- vision which he has so worthily sented for years Mr Winkler having secured the loss t-t Mr man's on two previous sions It Is fairly good betting that he will secure his re-election in his old home Notwithstanding the fact that Dr McFadden minister of public works has been around the division and it is quite within the range of possibilities that a large number of public works will be brought down from the clouds within the next few days but that Is not the worst for there is a very under current no excitement here foregone A of Winnipeg dis- i sult being tie and sion The total v li attend board m Duly ihp mine owner H V Villard a prominent United railway in New of the Newfoundland Premier wrecked on the ell to 111 fortunately were V anil M X i-inp the -s Mr will Sic n U S r South j hi to the minuter speakers 1 S A J H M L A JI C M ami THE WEATHER Ch coltler local snow falls n to winds winds MARINE NEWS lay 10 12 ir i-j il l At rk Manchester Tor From Italian liost arrived out was less than he voters on the list and Mr majority was far short of what had conceded him by the Liberals far as heard from 10 o clock to-night Mr Dyment is 1244 ahead Island it is expected will majority it is the government are intending to tnis division if possible by an the re- attempt ID corrupt and some the vote This will only be in line with the tactics dis- played by Rat one-half ot present administration been Manituulln Manitoba since they acceded to of- fice but it is doomed to failure be- cause the electors of this division are well known to be mon ot honesty and integrity who will decide the way to their ballots by the action of Centre Centre ward Buyce IS North ward 2 ward South ward Boyce South ward ward the poll ward poll poll poll poll majority majority majority majority majority for for for for majority for as those supported him in the contest against Mr Richardson and the majority is assured r him Election of Carman a guest at the of the result ot he Lissar contest staled that lit was that did not poll J per of tho Liberal Total for 2 majority for Dyment Dyment total for majority for Boyce 07 DOUGLAS AWAY AHEAD in Buat hac Two to from MOV Eastern Mr Douglas majority at with two to hear from Mr Majority Oliver's wich polls to hear from mainly in favor ot Mr Oliver vote Many or Conservatives in accept the result Uhe ns H- complete of Mr of the Yukon Not one has iii'n-r.L a party standpoint over the defeat of Sir Tupper ton's majority over their to nhe fact that the was not captured by the Aot to any whatever i a few of the ance men it 1 Telegraph briefs been reported This will our men and Premier teen G T R MANAGEMENT Sir States Mr Hay's Successor Will be an American New Nov Chas Wilson president of the Grand Trunk way who reached this city from England last Saturday says that the main object of his visit Is to secure n general for the Grand Trunk in place of Mr Chas M Hays President Wilson We have not decided to whom we shall offer the position but it will go to an ed American railroad man TORONTO LIN POLITICS Motion Relating to Sir Chas Tupper Causes a Great Commotion Toronto Nov disturbed the serenity of the city council sion to-day coming up in the form of a motion by Comptroller F S Spence expressing the satisfaction of the council for the services to the country of Sir Charles Tupper and wishing LAURELS FOR BRANDON'S A Magnificent Tribute to Mr Sifton and His Lieutenants at the Winnipeg Theatre Last Night Large and Fashionable Audience Listen to Forcible Speeches From the Minister and Other Liberals There never a more outburst of more crowded mass meeting held in the metropolis enthusiasm from a and representative him happiness in his retirement Aid of Canada than the volume Spenee is one of the leading Liberals j of enthusiastic cheering which e minister of the interior when tive Strange to say It was the Con- he took his place on the stage of the Bond L Names Now Foster in the Head in View to gaining strength in In case is carried out Eib Liberal Elected Toronto Nov doubt Nov of is again ill London Nov is eil that the and Princess of Wales South Perth's standing was removed to visit in April when Mr Erb was officially lpl Town Nov James li declared elected by a majority of 15 I States There may be a recount Mr In- majority in East is 101 Rt John N B Nov majority in York N B is 70 Rev Dr takes his defeat in bad part In his declaration to-day he said there had been gross corruption and he would protest the seat Mr Blair Congratulated Blair and was the recipient Town will sail for on Nov train a lier of workmen as passcngc-rs near In Prussia Six men were killed and several were Injured Kingston N Y Nov ence M Murray who commanded the cruiser Nashville before her hv the U dead at his home in Maiden Nov great scandal has caused iu the by the de- Toronto Nov names con- with the Conservative ship are these of Mr E F Clarke lir Clarke Wallace and Mr R L BorSen The ot Mv is out on all sides and strange to make any arrangement whereby Mr Foster can secure a in On- tario and become a leader although one of the leading local Conservatives admitted to-day the party could not do without him in the House In some quarters It is suggested that an be whereby there shall be English and French loaders with a Mr Casgrain will assume the ship in Quebec at Ottawa Ottawa Nov number of Ot- tawa Conservatives were interviewed to-day in regard to the Conservative leadership Joseph vice- president of the Conservative ation would not suggest any name for a successor to Sir Charles He thinks it would he best to let their troubles die a death bot wants an Ontario man and Aid Starrs puts forward Sir Mackenzie Bowell There were objections against Mr Foster becoming leader Mr Stewart McCleneghan has no doubt but that time will develop a man to take the position A E Fripp rister considers that Mr Monck or Mr Borden of Halifax ought to be selected Aid Deeding suggesting Mr Kemp of ronto Mr John was in town day and there was more or less aip concerning what will be done as co the Conservative Mr Haggart is chairman of the tive association for Ontario and lie knew nothing of any convention being called for the discussion of the question though one is said to have been called without his authority FISHING TUG FOUNDERS Cleveland life Saving Crew Starts for tlm Other Disasters Cleveland Ohio 12 A report reached the government life station here this afternoon that a vessel posed to be a fishing tug had ered off Rocky river a few miles west of this city lite saving crew immediately started for the scene of the wreck The life soving crew after a three hours search returned late this after- noon without located the scene of the reported wreck Waded Ashore London The Wilson line steamer Angelo bound from tiana for Hull is ashore near on the coast of Yorkshire The carried 100 Norwegian emigrants for the United States She went aground Sunday night There was considerable ment on board but the sea was calm and the shore sandy The captain de- assistance by rocket and when the tide receded all waded ashore the men carrying the women and dren The Angelo which is in a pre- carious condition is jettisoning her moved by the by a Liberal and Aldermen Stewart side of chairman of the thronged and Hubbard both Conservatives charged Aid Spence with introducing simply to score a point in the approaching mayoralty contest After a hot altercation on a tical vote of 12 to 11 a consideration of the motion was deferred and the stands as the notice of tion of the of a warship from et of landing of the port of here of many con- during day over his in St John It is ed that before he proceeds to the tal -in effort will be made to bring the St John winter port questions to a settlement as far ait least as ithe handling of the export traffic uhe reason is concerned There has been a of the old rumor the C P R would send the traffic to Boston but no confirmation whatever can be obtained fur V In official circles It is quite evident however the people of St John nothing to fear as to of facilities for the export business as so far the minister of would lose the larpe ways has arranged for eleven ships at now derived from the importation of iron month Under a contract with the Crete in the in a Athens Haute Intl Nov than Mutineers anil 7.001 miners in the state of Indiana will be idle as the result of the failure of the Indiana block nml bituminous operators to sinn the presented to them by the London Nov a meeting of the Swansea Harbor Trust sir John o bars threatened the or Uie uf the local steel Industry and cargo She was out of her course to the fog The Weaver Boston Nov i The wrecked schooner Myra H which capsized in Vineyard Sound early day morning after parting anchors and striking on Handkerchief shoal was towed up the harbor shortly after 1 o'clock to-day by the tug boats Mercury Zetes ami Juno bodies of three of the six person's who lost their lives in the wreck were found on board The body of little Ella Hois who was lashed to the rigging by First Mate Kearney was still in that position Two bodies found on deck have not been identified but are believed to be two Norwegian sailors The Weaver was found to be in most an upright position having Estimated Cost of the South African Campaign is London Nov will assemble Dec 3 t-o vote the expenses of the in South Africa which are now expected to amount to fully Before Christmas an adjournment will be taken until the end of January Ottawa Nov cable from Alfred Milner says that Corporal Macdonald of 1st battalion Canadian Mounted Rifles was slightly wounded at on Nov 5 Cowboys Complain London Nov hundred and forty American cowboys and teers who went to South Africa on the British mule transport in London They are loud in their denunciations of their ment on the home journey and intend to formally complain to the board of trade They declare the rations ed had to be thrown overboard that they would have starved had they not paid exorbitant rates for tions and that they were berthed over horse stalls where the and odor were L righted herself when her deckload lumber was swept of British Cabinet Will Consist of 20 New Appointments London Nov Times this morning announces the following Lord Raglan of state for war The Earl of of state for the colonies ot Hardwick of state for India It says the Times editorially thai the cabinet will con- sist of 20 members the re- corded in our political history This is unfortunate but it serins to be re- by Lord Salisbury as assemblage every welcome him from filling which the theatre in had gathered to his great victory in Brandon the most signal triumph to and the other standard bearers who have good fight ot Liberalism in the and a worthy celebration of the tory won With the smoke of cleared away the magnitude of i h issues involved in the of that struggle t'i surpassing importance to W of the triumph of the and the assured continuance of progressive Liberal methods of were set forth in their the I which cheered to the echo Mr Sifton personally emerging M- has emerged completely and victorious from the most and onslaught upon any public man in the tory of the a Hon Sifton was Honored by Liberals Ukit Night won on the hardest fought field of the most remarkable general election campaign in the history of Canada Amid cheers that broke out ever the great meeting arose to its feet the crowded stage the ly floor the house the boxes and tlie gallery presenting one mass of enthusiasm the ladies were there in hundreds on the stage in the boxes and on the ground floor of the their and joining in the ovation The scene was a and inspiring one The stage draped with Union Jacks and handsomely decorated with foliage plants showed at the Answer ana ouu our Queen and Empire Framed by highly these mottoes the assemblage on the thanked for stage the crowded theatre with Ehe stalwart leaders of the eral phalanx in the west arrayed on either of the chairman Mr most tribute of and admiration The The chair was by M1 Kobt president of the eral association who m owning the briefly lie ence and on behalf of the i.iiwral sociation and Young club bade them welcome Referring to Uie election Mr it one of the in the history oi Canada but uie Liberals have n The contest iu every extravagant charge had up against Han Mr was particularly bat the don's answer was a of the and he oC is a The young Winnipeg have taken of the presence of Mr in the ladies Following Mr Muir Mr C F Lang secretary of the Young Liberal club read the following To the Honorable Clifford Sirton of the Inferior Young s ert Muir president ol the Liberal of Winnipeg mliu this opportunity -x with their honors thick of sir THE CALGARY TRAGEDY A Neighbor on Verdict that by by lOnknowii Parties Calgary jury re- a in the ease that deceased came to his by two fired unknown A maa named Smith ahout 40 of age living near ranch has been ar- rested in suspicion Inventer Dead New York Nov of the multiplex telegraph system ed by the Western Union Telegraph company and of the used on ocean vessels for giving the tion of the in died suddenly in his rooms at purest to-night upon Mr Sifton Mr Walter Scott hero of West and Mr W F with Dr Rutherford and Mr Bertrand all shared in the outbursts of tic rejoicing over the great victory the Liberal The other in the front row were Mr H H president of the Young Liberal club Mr D W Bole Senator Watson Senator Young and Hon J H Ross oi Regina Among the others on the platform weve p C Aid J G Harvey Harry Mark Fortune Chas Young M P P T G Mathers W W McMillan Thos Nixon A J Magurn C H Royal W E Perdue J J Roberts John Appleton E Welte M Jerome M P Hugo T E A F J C Cox Mayor Colcleugh of Selkirk Alex WaddeH president Em- erson Liberal association W J S J Rothwell David from Victoria Nov passengers de- at William Head quarantine tion from the City of Seattle for the last three were released this John R Wm Currie J E Davis K F Lamg B P R R Jas Porter Capt Jonasson W W F: aser of W L Geo Craig Kenneth E Bellveau C Guilbault Dr John F J Dr W A Dr Corbott Geo D M Goldstein John Andrew Strang A N las those noticed in the boxes weve Mr J W Sifton and Mrs Sifton Mr V C Mclntyre and Mrs Mclntyre Mrs Isaac Mr T G Mathers and Mirs Mrs Kenneth McKenzie Mr W Millan Mrs McMillan Or anid Mln character and the enthusiasm burst foith and again during the meeting was an in again tribute i mother lias the ada but more especially do wo late vou Sir upon the tion of the department of the Interior over you personally It Is with mingled of p easure and pride we review the m the Liberal government which have maile rank high among the nations if world and the practical expressions loyalty which have woa for her s u place in the affections of the your own career Sir has been followed ty us with the keenest interest your ad ministration of the attorney general's de- of the government of Manitoba was marked by a thorough and progressive spirit As of the department of Mil Ion you had an important part to play iu carrying out and preserving onr national school system When called upon to enter the larger sphere of Dominion affairs you to their the same and sound judgment you went the member of the cabinet we were not surprised to nee the Important of the department ot the interior entrusted to your care The cry for nettlers for our prairie the rapid development of the industries of Southern British Colum Uia and the opening up of the hitherto un- known Yukon Territory have upon you responsibilities almost previous heads of your unknown to The tide of into ind Uie Northwest Territories and the of the Crow's Nest Pass railway liave justified In you by our esteemed loader Sir Vi while the establishment ami tenance ot law order In the Yukon so In new mining excited the wonder and admiration ul lie Your courtesy in tlie of public matters and the which has attended your career cannot fail lu an Inspiration to onr young men and an in- to devote their best tup advancement of our country It must bo gratifying to you to receive
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