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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE .SIX THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1915', CONTINUED FROM FRONT FACE. 'Peg and Brandon Rejoice There was sn'at demonstration in Winnipeg when it Im-uine known that tlie Norris sovoiiimeut had swept ihe 1'roviiicf, out probnbly thore was more joy in llranilon than any place else in ihe province, for there tin- new Conservative lender luul been badly beaten. IT-mii-r .Norris was in llrundon to receive the returns and Hint added to the exultation i" the Liberal ill that city. S. Clement, the Liberal victor, had a majority in every poll. The contest was very hot and a larse vole was puffed. After ihe result became known. Sir James Ailcius made a speech, saying he would shake hands j with his opponent and wish him well. The Liberals had a greal procession. 1 Hoth Premier Norris and Mr. Clement the vote as the utter defeat at Kobliuism. and the people's verdict lit support of the exoneration of Mr. Nor- ris by the Y'erdue commission. There are three elections yet to be Ottawa. Out., Augr. hun- dreds of mo59 seriously wounded iim- ape sokliers, now in British hospitals brought Canada as soon can "be moved, and dietrib vhu are vil! be out: a lioines throughout more con might be absolutely necessary under full uav conditions. The hospital commission for the care of the wounded is now making arrange- i r.ients for the eq.uipping and main- i tain ing of the necessary hospitals. The most important one will be at Quebec, where the wounded men are already beginning to arrive. Issue Appeal Shortly pitnl? under military regulations un- xhe commission will probably ap- tfl ihey are completely recovered. shortly for a natioua1! fund to until they are passed upon by a for the care of the hundreds sion board aud formally discharged; possibly thousands of wounded pension for permanent disable- j Canadians who will be back held in constituencies in Manitoba's 1'as, Nelson, and rand Kapids. and it is likely that ill eaeh of these seats the Libera'is vil! be returned by acclamation. Hon. I'lclurc liiille, Aug. K. Gra- ham is now on the road to convales- cence from un attack of measles. During, his'tour on the I'acilic coast in thr search tor a lictlrr spot to live in lie came to the conclusion thai Picture llufli' is still the best. Crops art- lookinix prolty now in nl! directions from here. Undoubt- edly the best for excellcp.ce. freedom from weeds, lankness of growth of vegetation and prospects 5 for yield from the Little Bow is the crop of K. I'. Kane o! the west end 9! "I'ictiirp Uut-te where it never rains." In his south field oi Marquis wheat hardly a weed or mis-shapen car is to be seen; (his field tilled in the Campbell way. FROM THE ORIENT TO YOUR TEA-TABLE THE FRAGRANT AROMA SECURE IN THE SAFETY OF THE SEALED "SALADA" PACKAGE eu am- ilescent ion. to Dominion before long. The cost ot caring tor them wtil be heavy and i'. men'. On Full Service Pay While the men are convalescing. "Ind v-aich the is now arrang-j Hiey are kept on full service pay. and vou ins Arrangements have been made it ,s thought wiser to keen then u iicM vkh the War to have the dor complete and constant medcal o generosity o! Canadians sent tome with care m. the ,e Canadian people might be turn- little delay as It is the tnau to allow them return to t he r dlreelion rather than intention of the government to keep homes tor local treatment and pos direction of subscribing for ad- the wounded men in convalescent bos jSiDly a longer than maciiine suns. The respo lid ward Brown, nroviiu-ia. is the Liberal candidate in tlio Pas. Following are the majorities of the successful candidates in election con- tests yesterday revised and correct- ed tin to 10 o'clock this morning: LIBERALS ELECTED, 39 W. Wi'iton. 55. Williams, 183. Beautiful R. Wood, H. Malcolm, 451. E. Clement, fiSl. A. W. .Myles, ti2; port to come. Harrington. 102. Thornton, 295. A. August. 283. Hamilton, 1314; poll to bear from. Baskerville, 536; Gilbert 50. D. Furley, 4C1; eleven will yield this season in treasurer. 1 hood'of 5U busheis i........- _ uiiilcrstanrt this Isold will lie kept lor the acie. 197 one REASONS FOR NOT ENLISTING (Cranhrook llcnild) The Herald has kept 'tab un the maiiv reasons why the man "Suy, if we all went, who'd cheei the brave fellows inarching along tho 'I Male tho Germans BO much I. why the many young might he guilty of an atrocity if 1 got >ut of a job have tie- over there." seed as Ihwe has been a' steady ilc- inanii for this year's crop for seed purposes owins to the fact that this grain has as its parent stock "Klite seed." j 1-P.s north field of Ked Fife grown from Garten's Kegenerated Red Fife, while not' such -a "good crop as the south is good for His oat crop I is gcoil for 75 bushels anil stands 5 feet tall now, while his vegetable and flower garden-is a picture, particu- larly the latter. A few acres of Bal- tic alfalfa arc to be seen, sown this year, and now about 15 inches high one! will furnish a hog pasture and pos- nine We Carry a Stock of Leather Belting from One Inch to Six Inches "Maple Leaf" Canvas Endless Thresher Belts. 'Lion' Brand Endless Rubber Belts. "Genuine Gaudy" Endless Thresh- er Belts. Supplied at short notice. MR.-THRESHER, GET OUR PRICES AND DIS- COUNTS Alberta Saddlery Co. I to the recent appeal for donations for machine guns has been so generous and widespread that the government has now in hand an amount sufficient to provide for all machine gun re- quirements for several months to couie. Orders have been placed for over ITjOO, r.nd delivery of the full amount expected in the autumn. Private subscriptions so far receiv- ed will total an amount sufficient to purchase near.y -tlOO guns. Auto Plunges Into Lake, 5 Drowned polls to come. Armstrong, 652; four polls to come. Breaker, 3S5. M. JIeCnnne.1, 46T. Kildonan and St. Prout, M. Huyden. 173. Lakeside "Lleut.-Col. .MuPhersou, 176; two polls to hear from. T. C. Xorris, soo. La Taibot, 136; two polls to come. Grierson, 523. B. Eaird, 1005. Armstrong, 19. V. Wtnkler, 4GS. Graham, 162. Pcrtsge la A. McPher- ion, "59. Lobb, 652; one poll to come. AV. Wilson, 424. St. Dumas, 131. St. A. Ross, 479; five Port Sydney, Muskoka. Out., Aug. persons here were drowned vestcrdav, when an automobile skid- ded on the bridge spanning Long Lake broke through the railing, and plunged into the lake. The dead are: The Ue-H. Henry R. Alley, 65 years, oi the Ontario education department, onto. the hail insurance claims. So iar, not one has been even attended to. The I'. K. A. met at Huntsvillc grown chicken-hearted, school houss'on tlie 2nd and settled) "I haven't been in a fiyht since I the binder twine business. Those who j was a kid, and then 1 was licked." were hailed out were given the job otj best girl threw me down for a sibly hay for his cattle, one of which men who arc o... cltned to enter tho ranks of the iinuy. Some of these reasons are given be- low "It might kill father." "Mother said 1 innsn't." "Khaki doesn't suit my complex- ion." "They won't miss me; let the other fellow join." "A live coward is better than a dead "Flanders is too far away from Bn- street." "A dollar a day! Why, I'm getting twenty a i "Well, away, ain't "If 1 hf.p pa ill six thousand miles good eno.ugh for me." for the show, that's we note bears the name of "Prohibi- tion." Considerable dissatisfaction exists among the farmers of this district owing to the dilatoriness of the hail f tlle Umt ,mt insurance in .__ ullifurm "I'm so fond of the chickens, I've hauling same. Twine costs 58.90 laid down at N'obleford. soldier. Since, then, nothing BIG PnlMIIC RALLY Al donald is appearing for ihc crown and Joseph Ryan, of the law firm of T. T. Mccrcdy, is appearing for the accused. polls to henr from. St. Slgtusson, 375; ten was up beiore Charged with Sedition E. Godderis, alias Frank Foster, Judge -Arnold perils to come. Swan Sims, 211; one poll to come. Turtle McDonald, 37. G. Clingan, 449. Winnipeg North N. Low- ery; 223. Winnipeg Centre T. H. Tor-j Johnson, 4203. Winnipeg South f A. un. Alley, six years, son oi II. i Hudson, 4017. K Allsy. VVinnipeg South jliss P. M. Lawson', about 30 years rish, 3448. L. Par- Toronto, (sister-in-law of Dr. J. W. S. McCullough, secretary Ontario hoard of Angus Lawscn, 12 years, nephew of Miss Lawson. Beverly Sivahev, 10 years, son of Mr. Charles S'.vabey, barrister, Tor- onto. Two other boys, Harold Swabey and Douglas Lawson, were also in the cat, but succeeded in tearing op- en the curtains, which proved a death trap to the others, and reach- ing the shore. John Clark, the chauf- feur, also escaped. CONSERVATIVES, 5 Prefontaine, 42; two polls to come. Benard, 133. Parent, 83. Y. Newton, 105. Ste. Hamelln, 97; five polls to hear from. -INDEPENDENTS, 2 Winnipeg Centre J. Dixon, morning on the charge of sedition. There was sn.'ficient evidence against him to warrant the judge sending him up for trial. Mr. John JIacdonald, father of A. H. and M. A. Macdonald, died at Lucknow, Out., on the 21st of in his ?ath year. Mr. Macdonald vis- ited in Cranbrook about years ago, with his son. He was a fanner and tilled the soil all his life. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Slaccionald and Mr. M. A. Macdonald are at their old home at present. Rev. H. G. Willis, oi N'ew York, brother of Mrs. W. A. Nisbet, arriv- ed in Cranhrook today for a visit with Mr. and Mis. Nisbet. 4111'. A. Rigg, 218. Winnipeg North No Change This Afternoon Winnipeg Man., Aug. polls heard irorc up to one-, o clock Ladies' Aid Anniversary The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church held a birthday party Wednes- day evening on the lawn of the rec- tory of that church to celebrate the sixteeath anniversary of the forma- tion of that body in Cranbrook. Over one hundred persons attended. Sev- eral of the charter members of the society occupied the chief places at uciowi party. Mrs. W. B. McFarlane who today have had no effect on the was the" only person in Cranbrook standing of the parties in the -Mani-j Avnv> was present at the very first j toba legislature as the result of yes- 1 session of the society and terday's elections. Majorities have I who ,vas rcted as secretary-treas- "I am a charitable sojil. Charity beglna at home. I'll until the 1'islitiiif; does, too." "I wouldn't join anything except n Scotch regiment, ami my legs are too skinny for kilts." "They don't fair. .Poisonous Kases, diim-dums, bayonetting wound- ed, firing on hospitals." ".My girl [old me if 1 enlisted sho would be through with me. Her fath- er gave a considerable sum to the Pat- riotic Fund, nnd she Uiojiglit that was enough." "When they've got into Germany, what are they, gonna do with It? Cut it un into building lots, eh? I've been stuyg once on this bni'iding lot proposition." WIDOW OF FLOOD NICHOLAS DAVIN RE-MARRIES Regina. Sask.. Aug. has been received from Victoria that Sirs. Davin, widow of the late Nicholas Davin. has been married to Captain Cunningham at the coast city. Give yourself the gnitwt metion-pkrara you cvcr'tnjojridl See "THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" ttr You'll be htld spellbound in thh PictuTfaqatKomunticNaait. See Lottie PitUgti-IrviniCumciinBE-tl-t IIMUI J10.000 S.iicitio. Atl etn compete. Start ceelnir H HOW. Empress. Tonight been slightly or decreased urer of was ff. in some not sufficient-' t. ;v to alter the provincial alignment. Conservatives claim" Sve seats, and t-he'r victories in Carillon, Morris, Itsrvillc, Roblin and Ste. Rose are practically conceded by the Liberals, "a flower though -it is said that five polls in I h d exlljbitlon o[ women's work Ste. Rose from' which no returns Auaust nth. The show will he have yet come may have an adverse the nlMi-et lian large effect'on the present Conservative] oi cshibitors have alreaily majority, ot -3< H orj promised to show at this the first Otherwise polls, still unreported are he Women.s inst.itutc. mostl} in isolated.districts 01 north- ern, spats and no .influence on the general standing. Some polls outstanding will riot be heard from for days. New Choirfnaster of Wesley Church PLACE YOUR PRINTING IN GOOD HANDS WE ARE EQUIPPED TO DO HIGH GRADE PRINTING OF EVERY KIND, Phone 1252. The Lethbridge Herald Out-sf-Town Shipped Promptly. and the hearty congratula- tions of the assembled members. Flower Show The Women's Institute of Cran- Slice one banana for each person; place in a disb and cover with .'Corn Flakes; serve with milk or and sugar. Sliced Bananas witii lOc. perpkg. TOASTED CORK FLAKES Miss Finniss, of the firm ot Mc- Creery Uros., this week the re-, cipient of a cheque for being j first prize ofiered by the Ladies' j Home Journal Pattern Co., for the store s-lling the most copies of "The! Home Book of an illus- trated magazine of fashions. The con- test was" open to IhR thousands of! stores throughout the United States; id Canada, it uas divided into five! Edmonton Bulletin: Mr. Claude Hughes, who has been a fimirc in local musical circles for sev- classes, according to the population eral years, will leave shortly for oi the cities, the nrrni of Lethb'ridge. Mr. Hughes has done: Bros, being in the uOOO much for the art in Edmonton and class. I anil his-cftorls to improve the stand- .1. B. McDwmot, a membet of the ards oi music m the city will not! 12th Mounted Rifles talgary is on soon he foreotten He was secretary; a visit m Cranbrook, hemp tne guest of tl'e: A belta sical Festival. of his brother, A. L. McDcrmot This his residence here Mr. Hughes is Mr. McDermofs Brst visit to was oraanist and choirmaster of, Cranbrook ami is manifesting a keen Christ church, as well'as the conduc- interest in the town tor of the Edmonton Male Orpheus Jack Myers nnd .1 B. Hcuile.s in Society, who under his direction won were at St. Masakeundy. Mr. the shield for male choruses at last two festivals. ig to the Mr. Hughes in curain master church. Henderson is painting a picture ot Meachem's cabin. A. P. N'ohle, the migologist at the Leth-j store ,of Beattie-Murphy Co., accom- spend hr'idec'wiil laCtbrTo'sition'of cholif-1 paTiVed'hy liis "family, left Sunday for 5 orianU of Wesley j Perry Creek, where they j a couple of weeks camping. 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