Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LBTRBKIOQI DAILY HEKALP SATURDAY, JULY u 19U D'AILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, yer sear.. Dally, by null, per J ear Weekly, by mall, per >ear (1.00 3.00 1.00 1252 1224 TEtEPHONES BusineEB Editorial Office...... W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager THE MANITOBA ELECTIONS At the moment of writing the re- tarns from the provincial elections in Manitoba, show that the liberate have made great headway and that tie Koblin government's majority is so small thai it will be no easy task for lie Conservatives to administer the affairs of the province. Considering the fact that the Lib- eral opposition had to face a strongly entrenched provincial government, with an organization unequalled in the country, the influence ot the Ot- tawa government everted by cabinet ministers, Messrs., pnche and Melgben, and the sokd op- position of the linuor interests, it is a wonder ihat Sir Rodmond RoWIn's that the -Liberals would not have a half _dozen seats did not come The Liberals-gained alonsr the and in Winnipeg city-carried four 'nut of Eii seats The too seats which >ient to the eminent are in North 'Wlnnrppg There there .s a very large tlement who are more susceptible to iorrupi. a tactss than -to-the merits ft party platforms. On account of opposition bv ti.8 Liberals- against the .fcoldwell amendments, as thej are familiarh kmrou, whjchjrere looked iupon as intended to re-estaWish Sep- arate schools in the province, a verv Carge and important vote Trent against lihem, and it IE largely on this ac cbuut that not "pull out a. jyctory. i The redistribufaoiLj %as passed by Uie government met before the elections was disastrous to, the Liberals B} means of it several aiafe L.beral seats were destroyed Considered from every angle the 'liberals did famously and Sir mond Boblin have to cease his the future. When the Right John'" Tohin, Roman Catholic Down and Connor since 3908, "died" In" Belfast recently. John Hamilton, was drowned in the'Lake of the Woods, about 40. miles from Kenora. Thos. Long, .of Toronto, has been honored by the Pope, being created a Knight of the Order of St Gregory, Uie threat. A four-foot alligator escaped from the Imperial -garage, SL Catharines, and is now enjoying himself, ming up and down the Welland Canal. In the meantime; bathing operations have been suspended An attempt is being maae tVcatcH the alligator.' There remains ..BO room for. dwibt ttbat- 4 body- seen -in the sea off Bou- logtie'-birn'lh'Sr'alSif.was that of Qus- Hamel, who was lost in an at temjt cross, the channel on May ..To-further. safeguard public -health the Canal government has proposed to" the" Panamanian government that auaarans livery .stables in the heart of Panama be con- to one-location where the} and clean- vote "is tabulated it will "be 'found" lie lacks the support of a ma- jonty of the pqople of Uanitdba and 11 would not be surprising if he were -ib take the hint and retire from the "premiership before actual defeat him. It is' a pity that Mani- toba did rot set ,-id of a government Trhich the Orange Sentinel very well -described as "the -most depraved in .Canada." While victory for the Lib- ;erals would 'have wiped out this in iltiultous administration, the vote of yesterday shows that th6 intelligent 'people of .Manitoba are anxious to get of the encumbrance. Roblin nearly met his Waterloo. The. Tories were on the toboggan in Manitoba yesterday. Tomorrow is the 12th. eyes on Ulster. Keep your PICKED iup IN PASSING csa liness maintained. The Montreal- city; hall staff; is to be 'increased" shortly by a youthful prodigy in the person of a 16 vear-old laflr has- a perfect know ledge of French, .Greek and Italian, control approves the nomination-. :Pa'uK'Maiihot is the lad's is proposed that he shall act as -office boy to the members of control lolda a perfectly good McUill university 4nnie Langstnu "wBa nafred ISbni practice in Quebec, by; examiners Their followed English decisions that :6man nwy-n'ot practice before the bar as she is a married Canadian law also: holds 'under mantal control' The'decision will be appealed. On. AugBEtil thf will place a superintendent and full district or- ganization at Edmonton. At present Edmc-ntbn, for operating purposes, is connected with" the' secSnd district of the-Alberta .division, with headquar- ters at "The supenntendent Mr-.L-McGregpr, have jurisdiction ISJ5JS1K OP CANADA VataaMe Feitoe opened with the U names of two persons, Is that tf- one dies the family funds are not tied up just when are likely to be most needed survivor can withdraw the money without delay or formality. Think it then open a Joint Account GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH B. KINQ, e. R. TINNIN Acting Maniger NG, Manager RESMVf FVNB, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WAUM. C.V.O, D.Ci.. tntUtmt ALEXANDER LAlgp, JOWI J V c MOWN, SvfMtamrtMliK CAPITAL, ____________ TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES rot THE sum or or payable at their race value in the principal countries of the world, are toMv for a small commission, by all branches of the Bank. Easily negotiated where and self-identifying, they are almost indispensable to the traveller, The holder is protected in the event ot loss of the cheques, as a separate letter of identification is issued- them There no safer or more conveaitajt method of carrymf money when travelling. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr, THEROYALBANK OF CANADA COL for Imdltaf ailleclaHai wrtfc aenwy LONPOT. Mai.. jfTlg. LCTHBRID6C J. M. AITKCN, OF CANADA int. over all lilies north of Red Deer, in- cluding the lines east from Lacombe and and the Alberta railway, which will rtortly taken over from .the construction de- partment, -Arstrange- story -is in circulation at London, John Crinklaw. who has.Just returned from the west to visit-friends in Lambeth village, near in entraining at Moose Jaw, it is reported, .fell into conversation with .one John Rogers, an uncle who. following -ah illness at Victoria 'hos- pital, -was supposed to have been bur- ied in Westminster township ceme- tery 'in J1894 The" solution put forth is that a" stranger in the same ward of -ahe .hospital with Mr. Rogers, died and was buried as Mr. Rogers with- out the casket being opened, the hos- pital. .staff getting. the names mixed. I Mr. Rogers recovered, it is believed, j land, went- west, .The man, according j Roblin's majority in, his own con- to police force recently, .was kjiowii as the "little man" of the He was youngest cop. SVHOTPER? 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