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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. December 14, 1910. THE LETJIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 11 V STANDING ,OF; THE-PARTIES London, Dec. re- sults of Tuesday's elections wore more encouraging- to the Unionists tliau any recent ciay shoiviny a net gain ot three seals, being the Ashburtou division oC-- Devonshire, the lirigg division of Lincolnshire and South Monmouthshire. Nat only was .there no .Lib-, eral party oi't'set .biit-a-'-Liberal" seat, that of" Fifesbire, was accually lost to the Labor party follow-- is thQ corrected standing today: Unionists 257' Liberals Labor.................. Nationalists .64 Ind. Nationalists S .Total 'government Un- "lonist-gains Liberal gains WEDNESDAYS POLLING PLACES WINNIPEG opened 90. 94 1-4; clos- ed 94 0-8; closed" 95 7-S... Cash close, .wheat. No. I Nor. Nor.. S7 No. 3 Nor. 84, 4 Nor. SO-; Oats G-.'W..32 1-2; Barley No. 3. 4f> 1-2, No. 4 36 SI 1-2; -flax, -'-A Train 3 Colds. Prseiiiaonia. and Con- iion itselfsiart, i n ibis Tray. .CoWs -n-calcen the .vitality and leave o n'c susceptible .lo the genus of disease of tinds, Syrup, of Tar and Cod Live? :Oi( stops the cold at cmce. It core. It so -fortifies .and .fi-Lrc-ngthens. tjic- -vhote bodily that it btconiM practically Immune -tilt ordinary attacks, of disease. If you value sail that cold "ritli Maihicu's" Srrap of Tar Cod Liver Oil. rrap of Tar and. tltSo .cents, from all dealers.. J. L. Co.. Prop's. Shcrb.-coUe. Quc. Distributors for Western Canada BROS. COMPANY Winnipeg, Sas-. Londou, DC. .follqwing are Wednesday's contested elections, name ot candidate' ing first and party majority at pre- vious general election, last. Cambridgeshire, N'. Primrose; Lord It. Cecil. Liberal 200. Cheshire, A. -L. Barnston, Unionist, 688. Cheshire, Neilven; Tom' Smith, "Onion, Lib. 15. Cornwall. St. C.'Gory; R. Liberal S72. Haslarn G. W. Radford, Labor, Devonshire, 'G. -F. Lutterwell: W. J. Spear, Liberal ;227.- Glaraorgan, H. Lloyd, Gloucestershire, Al- G. E. Fitch, Liberal-325.' Isle of Ralli; D. B. Union 291. Norfolk, R. J. yer, Liberal 1244. "_. .Nottinghamshire, L.. Jones; Coningsby Liberal 2844. Kent, Foot Unionist-817. Somerset- King; B. 800--- Somerset, Harb'ert, LiberaLoll. Sulxplk, H: W. Pearson; Sussex, Morrison; D. Wynne, Unionist 2034. Warwickshire, Haddocks, Labor. 261. .Yorkshire Arnold; A. S. SS5. Yorkshire, Duncan; W. W. Thompson, Liberal 1301. E. Ainsworth; C. A. C.'Hutchinson, Liberal 826. L. Mc- Leod. Liberal 2153. Edinburgshire, Mid Lothian Mas-' ter of J. H. Hope, 3635. R. Mc- Neil Unionist 44. Renfrewshire.. .7. Craig; Antrim, P. Smiley, Unionist, 384. Kerry P. Bolland Cranin, --Ind. Nat.; Nat.- Tyrene Barry; Hamilton. Liberal 102. ;-Waterford, J. Maurice Healey, Ind. Nat, Nat, 444i '4V> _" 'Acclamations East: Capt. Donelki; r> O'Brien, Ind. acclamation.' Cork, South: E. Walsli.'.In'd. acclaiiiiitiioh.'-. Liber- accla-a-iaLroii; FARMER MADE FAIR T D -CJ- J D. Kirie s ouccess the Lethbridge Exhibition It is often -said in recent years that- Agricultural Exhibiiion given by the Agricultural Societies is nothing- but a horse raoc aiid circus, cbmbin-ed', but this is not so, in this is well.shown by t.lie success cf or.s mcr, .who ,attended.... the exhibitions' this j ear-at RayirionU, Magrath and pardston. B. thft -progressive farmers of. Southern Alberta and at the above four tions hV exhibited horses, cat geese, ducks a result" won premiums .which, after lieries at deducting his expenses of "beitaV 'arrr likely -to exhibit, left hirn'SSOG in cash. .the local seed fairs'Mr. Ririt- has this year in premiums. If there were more farmers of .Mr. Riric's type in this-district who -ivoulrt turn out and support the exhibitions this .district noted For its excellent re- gardless Oi the oth'er attractions that might be offered. COULD NOT SWEEP Three ftf Doings Cured lUr.'; Departnignt to Take Action as Result-of DisasteV Boss Posted Tr is hard to do housework -witii a weak and aching back, Backache .comes from sick kidneys, Kod-what a lot of trouble sick-kitineys cause.. can't, help If moris work Js thau they can stan'6. it is not. to .be. .wondered 'get out I order." I Weak .back is. simply a ,tlie "kidneys and should fee attended to avoid ,vyeara of terrible suffericg from kidnejr trouble-. i Mrs. -N. Smith's Falls, of Of >C1L May follow Due.- Iri-T-' -to Soothern ings on their and ift. out of the j dentally.. gives'1 the, -p'ght to ,-thi iimpd nn-'lVlon-< using Doan's'" Kidney Pills. About: year ago- I was terribly- afflicted'with lame -vrag .so, Jjad. .1 cquld. not" even sweep my, own floor. I was "ad- vised to try Doan's Kidney I did, and'wtb. the J. only used three boxes; and I wn-as well as ever. I. highly, recommend niation Mr. 'O'Brien will endeavor to the bring to the attention of the house this afternoon made Attorney-Generi.l Miteh-rrll this !bv United Mine Workers_ ot mci- the-mines make mm-'j Sterling replied necessary, as there inspector ou- the grpund.. .fhe ,pro- ipector did not, the disast-er had' bccurr-edl stenographer "the' .request miners1-" -lay charg- .of The T. Milburo Co., Eimitfjd, Toronto, If o.rdering direct specify 'f BYLAW v City Solicitor Conylieate-; has 'writ- ,Lec :'Stoddard and Paul Campbell of Macieod, Cardston, were in. town the would ;Mr.. 'arid IMrs. E. Me] '......YMrs. J. are visiting Jas. 'W. oil A. .Co., who'1 has been abseat i 1 them of tlie iv nipuih in "of the re- turned on Saturday- again oi -ROyal' -j'owing-to the. great seriousness. of the .the necessity jaenis.aE.-A..that, 'perspns_d 'rijiiors do- so at their, own i opinion, interest- at the inquest''.' llom Jainois- drawn. V at. alt 'iinies.'" about fent' garrss-'aud t which fonas-part of e-. excel- hoys In, -and piac.e- tomorrqw at from; the -un-' dc'rtalanig' eStiwi.. the erS'. of; tg-'-. Motto- ''Be -Prepar- 'ai- i'- 'fif .-rea.aaiiess in i RAPID RRQGRESS PUTTING r... -V' Rapid progress, tlle mine disaster at At Vancouver. 80 -rooms are .behig 'a or Mulholiaad, of Toronto, subscrib cd to Cobourg's proposed new hospital. Bi.etting of the hoys, 'to ejiquire i the-wurs- -and means -ofeetnaK Street Boy. Scouu Movemeitt -Qf lhe-G smectst-tonight at, at the to "carrv'tb.e' Korth.-'-Leth- K. Third Lggg Westminster -'on.- 'iThirteentib.: ;St_reet North, op-the norjib; side, wherever the those, tracks. They are j- Owing to slippery was collision at New near St. Thomas. road snecificatidiis-. .the throat and I'lnas colds, teals -3 cenls. 4 a LONG FIREWOOD F. O. B. Cars our saw-mill at New Michel, B. C Usual car about 36 x 8 per car, Green slabs and edgings same length, per car. Long slabs 8 ft. up to 20 mixed for building per car. s Find freight rate to your station below per 100 Ibs. Weightier cord of dry slabs and edgings, about 2700 Ibs., green about 3600 CHEQUE OR MONEY Freight rates on slabs and fire-wood from M stations per McLeod Pearce Monarch Eipp Noble s Lethbridge 5 l-2c Barons 6 l-2c Coaldale Chin Barnwell Elcan 6 l-2c, 6 l-2c Taber -Reliance Purple Springs' Grassy, Lake, 6 7c Carrnangay 7c Bow Island Winnifred Woodhouse Claresholm Seven Persons 7 l-2c .Stavely 7 l-2c-. Dunmore J1 Parkland 6.1-2c 5end Your Orders to: Tl to ihe Ki ;