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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta roliinic IT. Lc(lil)i'ifi[;re� Alberta, TiicN tiikc tin- l,il)t'i-als iil u ilis-lv;iiiu�;f fnllowins so close (,ui 111.-iiiolali/.iiin voto of Sopl. 2\ last .Jji.'iics WhJtijey ymi] nn'.y in pwcr tiix u'liis mid wsis sUi^ic;, bin whs.- mil fi'jtiV'e ,u . niui;i wi'dici. Iilol to Uns ihi! hiberuls chiiu.cii'il iUUhs six weeks iipo iiii:l have tlu'Tp-ic, isviTy rcnH'jii lo Ii'fl pValiliHi!. lie :itlTHj;lli of (lie (i.i|irisiii()ii wiVi cre;is('(l lroi:i IK to 33, n ii?t gu.ii flvo BoiitB. Mr. Howell will lace ;rovc"nmeiU, wiUi ^ lioiM-lnl �;i J. Paul. Aleoraa-Arthur Grigg, Jlcant (South)-W. S. llrewster. liroclivilk-A. K. Donovan. Carlcto'n-K. i-L Mfl^lioy. Dufferin-C. H. MoKcow;i* bundas-Sir James Whitney Utirhnm (East)-J. .J. I'reston. Durham (Westj-J, IL Deviit, (uc-|claniotion), Elgin (East)-0. A. Hiowcr. Elgin (West)-F. (i. McDiarniid. Esse.v (North)-Hon. ,1. (). Ucaun\c E.sjjc.v (South)-D^. .Viiderson Port VVilllam-C. W. Jarvis Kronienao-Rankin. (Irenvilte-O. I J. Forgu.son tirey (Cctitro)-I. B. Lucas. � (irey (South)-Dr, Jamiesun. llalton-I)r, Nixon." Hamilton, W.-Hon. .1. S. llendrie. Sa'.ill Ste. Marie - lion. W. U. Hearst. Sinico,-, f.-A IJ. Thompson. Siiiiccie, !�;.-I. Hart..... I'rrlli, S.-). lirnneweis I'eteiboro, K-1. Thompson. I'eterhoro, W-Ilradhnrn. i'ort Arthur-Hogarth. I'riine Edward-1{. .V. .Vorvian. Victoria, E,-U. H. Mason (accl.). Victuria, \V.-Dr Vrooman Waterloo, N-H. Ci. I.ackner. Waterloo, S.-G. I'attinsoB. Wei land-E. Eraser. WrntWortli, .S,-T Uei;an. York, N.-T. IJ. Lennox. York. W-Or. Godfrey. a donionslration wbieli has seldom boon eJiualled in r/ection annals in Loth bridge's history. AfltT a long day in which the supporter,-, of the various candidates worked from nine till eight to Ret their men to the polls, and Ihon after a delay of two hours whiletiie bal- loose, and tho ci'owd save vein lo its pent iin teolinga.' AVt.houiili ilio majority wi-.i email It was snIlUiont to carry tho day, and thai was coiisiderod enough. The very fact that tlie oloe-tinn wns ii close one was n^'jj.onalble for the great oxcltoraont vbicli pre-val'iod. Tlic Aldcrmanic Victors GEORGE V. CROWNED AS THE EMPEROR OF INDIA --- Brilliant Function at Delhi Today -Prettiest Scene ci Modern Times as World's Greatest Ruler Was Proclaimed by His Loyal Dusky Subjects Delhi, India, Dec. i'2.-King George V. and his consort Queen Maary wcvn today proclaimed Emperor and Em-prc-'n o' India. The culminating aci of English monarchs neo.esKlon to 'the throne of his vast Lnttlan dominions' took place amid a scene which foi' richness of color ano magnllicenco of decorntlono probab'.y han never been surpassed In modern times. The I crowning was foUowurt by an .let of The huge amphitheatre \yhlch had been orecterl in the Durbar camp Wan thronged -rrom an early hour. The bright tissue and sparkling gcnis of many Indian princes and smart uniforms of soldiery contrasted Htrongly with white drtsses of European ladles and sober .garb ot civilian ofllclalH. The great feuda'lory princes and rtil-RTs of India wllli leading lirltlsh ofllc-' lals of sta-te occupied seats of honor generosity on the King-Emperor's part , on the pavilion located In the centre.y of which a Blight hint had already j screened from the gaze of tho curloim been given. The Vlcvroy proclaimed I by lattice frame work. -  that the King-Emperor was to donate | a number of Maharinas and other a large sum ot moneyTo'promoto pop- |,,]lan Kidies of high raiik ocouplod uKir education and that furtlter-hntld �.omo gifts would be made. �bEof'MV7^1AT(y* Mayor-tlocf of C'erhbrldge In the alciermanlc contest there | l&t.^ were being counted, ihe crowd ' were few siirprlse-a. It had been gen-1 which assembled at the Hatch com-" orally oonceded. that Mayor -'Vdaws ! j,,,,,g ^j,.^ .for.j,,,^ inlrtoe lonins on I'lfrh streat wc-'e re- would head the ix)II, and the faci that ' Central' Eethbrtdge re-aults were I warded with the first cheering re- he did so with snch a large majority ^^^^ ,, f^^^^ D. Gibbon n close urna. Centre Lethhndge gave Hatch is ronsiderert as r. great tribu'e to a majority of ol. h� and Mayor Ad-blm. Sooii by the Herald tl.ls morn- other popul.ir candidate, right aniB in second with 111, and Arni Olson, an- up in the jildarnur.ilc contest being/ng he said that he was mucli Plea-^ed the leaders with 105 The nly runclidates to poll over tho wi'th the loyal manner In which the ; p|,,,,..o,,, ,p,,nhl -vn.;., hnu-ov�r rtonM. LIBERALS, ELECTED-23 Mriip", v.-M. Uownian. BriRc. .S.-.). (J. Amlersmi, (gain). Hruce, ('.-McHonald. Brant, N-Harris. (Jrey, N.-.V. G. McKay. Maldiinand-C. Kohlpr.^_ Gl:n;iarry-Hush Munro. llurcn, ('-I'roudfool. Ki Ml, W -0. W. .Salmon. iCciu, E.-Ferpufon Lamb I on, E -McC'ormick. Muldlcsex, E.-ll. Sutherland. M'iddlcsex, W-('. Elliott. MdncV-Thos. Marshall. N'oriolk, N -T. K. .MUinsoii .VortlnnilK' land, W.-^Sam ClurKe. Ontario, S -\V. E. Sinclair " Oxford, N-N. W. Howell. Oxford, S-T. K. Maybevry. I'resco; t-Evanturel. Kus.sell-1). Piaclne. .Sturgeon Falls-/. Majcau. Wentv.orlli, \.-Or ;Mc(.'iieen. Wellington, E -llichardson. York, i;.-.\niiis. LABOR ELECTED-1 irahiilton, 1:;.-.Mian Sturthplme. 'the only two hundred ma'.-k. The results of Lcthbririije ratepnverB had stood by this poll nealcd King's doom for in him. His vote, Ti-tO. is one of the the most important poll in the city he largest.-, i" not the hrrgeat, ever polled came out with only nine vo+es. I by -jity aktermanic candidate in any With the roomrt crowded to the municipal elecllon In the city, doors, and tho e.vni'iod crowd stretch- j Jt Is also a mattervof pride to tho Ing across tho sidewalk to the middle North J^e'thbridge people \t hat one of Of tho street the Hatch s'lpporters their candldntcs was .Bucfcossfiil. Mr. vvaitod lor further news. It was felt Williamson is a strong ca'ndidato and | that the Nortli Lethbrldge vo-te would will make a valuable awiulsition to decide the result of the election. Tho ^ the council. In K. .1. VJ. Skelth tho first reairn which came in gave Staf-jmrjorlty of'Lbe electors showed their j ford a majority of 16. This 'lOft onl^ j confidence and their desire to get five majority -lOv the crowd to make rorfie young blood In the council. His 1 merry over, but it indica'ted the tnrji'; splendid poll of -HT is a iribii'te to ;of the election, and everyone was con-' his popularity and-hip business abfi-fident of the final result. This finally iltj'- came in giving StafCord a 'total ma-i The raccloi-foui'th place was close. I Fleetwood schobl vo'-to however decld-led the fate of Gibbon and Olson, a 'poll of 117 -for Alrd placing him well in the lead, and in the finish Gllmore was in fifth place; Many exprcEiiionB of satisfaction with the whole personnel of the council wero heard on every hand and ft is felt '-hat Lethbrldge has one of the J most progressive and stable coimclls i It has ever had. The School-Trustees The school trustee vote did not attract a great deal .of attention, but the large vole polled f6r j'. D. Higln-bothara is a aplbndid tribute to the esteem In which he Is held in the (.Continued on page 7) two sections of the front galleries. The interval ot waiting wae hoguiled by playing of military muBlc. Soldiers played a large part in the Diirhar and a guflnf of honor composed of one hundred men wa-s draWn up before the central p-.ivlllon. Troops of every arm siirrouiuiod the arena in a compact, mass and lines of soldiers extended along tho route ot the royal approach.; Cheers heraldei the arrival of a Uttte band of veterans, survivors of armies which had made the present Durbar possible. Old fighters in their wea-Iher-hoaten uniforms strove to keep lip u show of military formation as they marched to the privileged poel-; Hons allotted them, but generally it was ImposKlbIc and many of theth limped to^their seats. The Enoperor Approach** � Almost immediately the vice reKal _ ,, , ., procet-alon came Into view. Escorfcd Cardston, Dee. 11.-Election day ' ^Hlllanf.y uniformed native body-passed ofi "uietly here, the ahscncu of j^t.^^.,, viceroy and Lady Harding Bat a contest for m.-uor taking soaio of ^1,3;^ j.t,te ca-rriage. drawn by the .snap put ot ihtylight. The result blooded horses, the without riders be-was, llarkcr (17, Newton 65, Urown ing unlforraed In scarlet aud goltl. U2, Holmes (i7, Reedcr 45, Hunt 43, Tl^e booming of iiji imperial saltito aii-Phlpps 35. The'first four were elect-' nounced the apprcach of Emperor and s ed. Mr. llolines. tlis only member c.l, Empress. The royal caiYiagc drawn the retiring council, wbti ran, In-ing hy 'four magnincont hoi-acs wasnb >jlccied for one vcar t, fill a Vacancy, i "".ost hidden from view by the gaily Tile l'>!2 council \yi11 tnM'oinposcil of REMS Men Who Will Govern Towns in Southern ' Alberta 11.-lilectioh day CALGARY PASTOR HANDS IT OUT Five High up Men Guilty of Associations of Discreditable Character L Calgary, Dec. II.-In a sermon on Sunday, Uov. S. Hacon Hillocks, ot 8t. Answered Reflections on Character in Detafl and Left No Excuse for Further Calumny-Dr. Stewart's Speech-Division on Amendment ;ia.sf;inss, R-S Grant (acd). Pvosbyterlan Church, said: Hastings, K.-.T R (.ooko (accl.). ...j,,,^,,.^. ,^ .locnment in this diy Hustings, W.-J. W. .h.hiison (ac- tj^^^ clatnavion). Huron, Torrance. Huron, S.-Eilbpr, , Kenora-MadUn. Kingston-Dr, Rom. (accl.). Lambton, E.-R. .1, McCuruiick. Iminbton, W.-Hon. W \. Hnniin. Lniinrk, \,-Dr. Presitui (accl.v Lanark, S.-Hon, A. 1 Matheson. Leed.s--.K R. Dargavel. l.pimo-v-^T. G. Carscalluu Lincoln-Dr. ./essop (accl.) Louden-Hon. Adairi Iteck (awl.). Maniluulin-H. K, Ganin-. W.ridleKpx, N.-1). McArlhui.  .\lusUoka-.\. A. Mahiiliy. .S'ipis.sing-11. Morel. .N'oriolk, S.-A. (', I'lalt. Vorthumberiand, E.-S. 0. .Vcsbttt. Ontareio, M.-W> H. lllivle. Ottswa, S}.-N'> Cliatnjiagn;' Ottawa, \V.-J. A. Ellis. I'arry Sound-John Oulna I'opI-Saiiif Clinrtets. i'erih, .\.-L 'i'ovra'mv. 'Caroufo, East "A"-lion R. A. in lie Toronto, East "H"-T R. White- Slh.', Toidtiilo, .N'orth ".\"-W. K. .Mc-Nar;;ht nTuroiilii, Nnrlh "ll"-ll(iii. .1, .1, ro,. coic flfloen hundred dollars, 1 lam told; but if ko it is worxh the money. I'oi it slmws the seamy side of our official Hie and the Impurity of Homc c;' our men who pass r-.s reapeoiablo in the public ��,ve. And iliere 'jro orli-Mr sources of proof .0 show that, at loaE-L Vivo of the men wlio bold olfioe under the sovereign will ot the people ' have been found in places and aBsoclii-;!ions not creditable to their niothe;. lor tlioir wives. fosslbly this is 11 slander In the eyes of the law. If so. , flicy have the privilege of legal pro-jcesH lo compnl the proof. I, 'or my Jpart, will stand by this Kiatonient, and take the eonsoiiuenccs." SHOPS AGREEMENT WAS REJECTED Calgary, Dec. 12.-By two vote s will l;r made b'lore I'hiisliiias adjoiiriitiM'tit. 'I'he j.peech 11!' ind.iv was ileli\v?rt:l |i> llcii, lUiiiC.ui Mai shall, who answrreil the iiK-iiiiiiitiriii which li:id been made ai^aii: I liiiii in coiiiiti I ion with liis polilicil life In Cnl.irid, Mr, Mar-'lii'.l'.-^ ri-,j!v u as received with great a'lpla":;; h\ l.il' 'lal-- Other speali-crs 'Acre: .Ste�,irt, Lcth^iridge ; lld.uli.'v, Hulherford, .1. Woolf, (iuim, .\ l!iaii)!ei- Aloore and Telford. Ituth-'iforil, v.'lnl." reserving to himself llie .Cih'i 10 cnliei/.c the railway rdlc;. V hell I.1  received gieiiler (Je-tail, i.'.ave I'is approval. Alost of bis s;cceli (','e.li with work dune while lie V. as prep.ilcr ' \ IriniOiDis i'ra'iiir-' of the eveiuns 1 session v.a.'i t!i ' failure of liivhls for (iiKiic Ml.Ill .ill i.iuir. The sj). .ikini; pro-icer.iid i,, ii'r illiitnin ilion of lauierus .ir.d when Clrr'; Cowcll too'j ibevme h' went iiif'Uiiil ij, the in.'Mnbers scan-niiii their faces with the aid ot a lainerii Mr. MarBhall's Speecli Mr .Marshu'l, aft.-r referrin'j; lelici-t.uisly t.i th? previo'is spea'icrs, ma.l.' llie follfiwinr.'s|:oii.^e to the insimr- my remarks I ImM' personal word 0 Sily. So tar ,is 1 am personally ccncerned- I wnutd in.i discuss the maitur'at; all, Imi it bas been mcn-IMUK.I or hinted el indirectly bj one or two members r.i this ho.'.sc in their :jildrcsaes, , nil il has been urged by soiiii.' of my friends thai the Liberal paily 111 ilils province and the giiveviiiiKiu \\crr siilTering from Ih ' r:'i)'rrls that have been , circulated diiriii.; ;;i)nie of the reeent bve-clectiors and at other limes in iliis pro'.iiice, that 1, while ..resident in ilic liroiiiicc 111 Hiitarlo, was a ve y bad chiraciir in connectiii-.i with some ! ye-cleei u 11 prutests that Were h-'ld Ih-re. s,i (ar as the last speaker is raiiceriied 1 peii'i'ctly agree with liiin. 1 aiii nuiie uilliiij; to absolve bini and niaii> uihers in this house from rtsp(ins!lij!itv li�r anything tliat � 1 sa\^ or heard oi 01 read in t'le newspapers 1 ilnn'l tbin'.i they were gererclh iliseus'-.ed ir uii the pliil-j fiiriii ill pulilic nil .'t iii;!;s. 1 tliia'i lh.'\ were reiieiallv disciisseil in the hi.i'.lnv.i) .s and lnuav- Tlu' nialter has becc:Mii' lailiir ainiising to inc. | A friend oi' iinlie w � approaehid by a I'i)iiofi-\e,l ivc ill ihis citj ilie tilher day ami be fa id Ih.u I wa;. coiieerii-eil ill ih.' iiriiiesi .11 S-viili .St.- Marie My friend s.iid I uas not ; 1 know as a 111.1 tier oi'.facl. Tliis ir'ui sayi, "I ' now 1)1' was. 1 w.is iluire and saw him ihere." My fiieiul, who was a Lil;cral, iiatiualli was taVen aback and ccaiid not niiswer ihis. 'i'h,' lact is tli.U tl;,'s;' I'.cii i;:'l telling tlie.>e tilings because i\ir\ luivc heard soine-i-ac tell, them and ,, iiiiin is- very apt under circiimslaiic's like these to go a little (enIII i \]v,iu lie should Never Saw Sauit Ste, iviarle .�\s a inaitrt of tact I have never lioeu in Saiili St.'. Mnrie eitli-'r lie-fore, or alter, or iliiring an election. 1 luivii never heeii at .Sault Ste. Ma- HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL miles irimi Jhe Soo. I'misciiuently never lni\ing been mar tlic placi", it is an .liisoliitc impossibility for me 1.1 lia.i- had aiiylliilu', to do willi it alien iiiailc against hini diiliii;; hi'j rie in my life, and never nearer thai j political career in Ontario. llidiiig than in ,1 railway train on the j "lk'/(>i:e 1 begin the main snlijecl of Cl'.K., wliicli is sonic liuiulrcds ut J \s a matter 01 fact at the time Ihe el.'ciidii protest 1 was living in ()nl.;r;ii, ;,i lirac'.'bridge. niid was pro piii'ir.r lit "tlie liracehridge (in/.eltc-. I'liere w.is an elect ioi'i cinilest going i;ii there and I was addressing public li;e.-i iii'i'i eviv iiilllil fnl. Dr. lla't, ll-:i' Liliftal caii'lidan' in the coiistitu-i'iic\ (ii ^'.u.s'o^�,l iliiring the time tlie .'�'no eh'ctii.n v.as lieMii; carried on, and il wmild lie a pbvsical inipossi-I'llllv liir me In be in tWu places a! I he same l iiiic , V^ai Not in West Elgin Aiiothir inaii said to a friend of iiiiiii' till I lie saw me in the Wesl K\'.'\n hv el.'cliuns, the one there was so iiineh tiini^li: oicr in connectn.-n with the inot.esi it did nut matter til ii;iii the.t 1 had lU'Vcr been in West I'ilgiii in ill) life diiriijg an election It didn't matter to bim that a' 'bat tlinc 1 was campaigiiliu? as'iih-st th.' Liberal party iii Ontario, for every cue Inows that my llf't poliijcal faith w.is ill .support of the palroiis of industry, lu'cause llii�y. stood for (Continued en page 7) Mayor Ilainmcr, and Councillors H-ai'-ker", Newtiin, Hrown and ilolmcs. Results at Macleod Macleod, Dec. 11 - The civic elections today resulted as follows ; Mayor, T. II. .St.dman; councillors, U. 1). McNay, .1. Ii. Siiihcrland, A. E. Grady; school trustees, J. S. Laiii-licrt, yiid Robert Patrpfson. At Pincher Creek I'incher (reek, Dec. 11. - \V. R. DobWe was re-elected mayor lor a third term by acclamation. Aldi'vman R. O. Allison, re-elected . .1. A. Mathewsuii and !. W. Harwood. School triislees, R. Henderson, rc-' elected, W.. A. Eraser. Knox at Wetasklwin Wctii.skiwiii, Dec. 11.-Results cif thtt itiiinicical elections here today were: Mayor, Alexander Khun ; aldcrm'ii A. E Ellis, C. Deniuin, W. Dudge,n. Sehool trustees, .1. K. Fowler, li. W. Maliley, McAra at Roglna iiesiiia, Di'c 11-'lb,' iiottesl niay-i orally contest for some years, i'lided toiiiiiht with Ihe re-election of iM.iyor ; .McAra, for second term with iiia-Ijoiity (if ll(j over his onpin"nl. In I the eoiirse uf 111' campaign, .-Mil. De-oret eliarged A'.iyor McAra with con-I diR't,inc, a Tammany rn;; in ibe city 'hall, generally misusing his ofTice. j Owing 10 the rearran7,cn;cnts of 'wards lullowing the recent enlarge-U'.eiit of the city houmlarips, an entirely new council bad to he elected ; today Result at Coleman ''oleinan, Dec II.-At tlie irunici � pal election i'laitcst to.la; W. L. oiii,-iiiciie was elected mayor, ile'eal liu; D II. Hyslop, preSidriii of ih.' local Miner's I'nion The counting of ballots showed OuiniPtle received VI funner a ir.iioiily of twelvr li'or v�'(es ag.i 11 ;i IHslop's a!), ^riving the some '.ears Mr Oiiinietle has con-dueled a g, iieral -lore lieie. w.is t w U'e eleetea iiresidclil uf ih' board 1 I ir.ide, an'l has rend 'red useful service 1,1 the i()w 11 111 lliat 111 ily as well (is iii .iC