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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LIBERALS WIN IN NORTH BRUCE )nly Change in Ontario v Majorities for the Candidates sh t. Toronto, Ont., June rom North Bruce this afternoon give ,he seat to Bowman, Liberal, by ma- ority of over 300, while in Manitoulin, Gainey, Conservative, is elected by ibout 700 majority. These returns make the standing of parties as follows: Conservatives 80, Liberals 18, Labor 1, in doubt 1. Trouble for Hossack Toronto, June defeat of Rev. D. C. Hossack, independent Lib- eral in North Toronto, by the veteran Ottawa, A. E .Fripp, Conservative; N. Oxford, Dr. McKay, Liberal, 500; S. Oxford, T. K. Mayberiy, (Liberal 51; Peel, S. Charters, Conser- vative, 500; N. Perth, J. Torrance, Conservative, 300; S. Perth, V. Stock, Liberal 1C; E. Peterboro, Jas. 400; W. Pe- tt'i-boro, T.E. Brad burn, Conservative, Port Arthur, Mayor Canlck, Con- servative, 300; Prescott, G. A. Phar- ane, Conservative; Prince Edward, R. M. Norman', Conservative, 95; Rainy River, A. Preston, Conservative, N. Renfrew, N. Reid (Liberal 132; S. Renfrew, T. W. McGarry, Con- servative, 126; Russell, D. Racine, Liberal, Sault Ste. Marie, W. JO.. ri coe, R. -Thompson, Conservative, small, E. Simcoe, J. B. Tudhope, Lib- eral, 25; W. Simcoe, Jas. F. Duff, Con- servative, GOO; Stormont, McCart, (Liberal Sudbery, Hon. F. Cochrane, Conservative, 600; Temis- gaming, Shillington, Conservative; Toronto A, W. K. McNaught, Con- servative, 400; N. Toronto B.. J. Shaw, Conservative, 408 (New seat, Conser- vative E. Toronto A, Dr. 'Pyne, Conservative; E. Toronto B, T. R. Whitesides (New seat, Conservative South Toronto A, Hon. J. J. Foy, Conservative; S. Toronto B, George Gooderham, Conservative, (New seat, Conservative W. Conservative, Ex-mayor John Toronto A, Hon. T. Crawford, Con- nay develop dissension in Deer Park Presbyterian church if any effort is servative; W. Toronto B, W. D. Mc- Pherson, Conservative (New seat, nade'to oppose the acceptance of his: Conservative E. Victoria, J. H. by the Presbytery. The Carnegie, Conservative :ongregation will meet Wednesday of lext week to deal with the resigna- ion. There is a pronounced. feeling Li igainst him on the part of the Liber- ils, who took offence at the manner n which he attacked Hon. G. W. oss, and antipathy among Conser- vatives because of attack on Whitney. Whitney is Happy W. Victoria, S. J. Fox, Conservative, 100; N. Waterloo, D. Lackner, Conser- vative, 500; S. Waterloo, G. Patterson, Conservative Welland E. Fraser, Conservative 700; E. Well- ington, Alex McKinnon (Liberal S. Wellington, J. P. Downey, Conservative, 521; W. Wellington, Jas. McEwing, Liberal, 120 (Liberal N. Wentworth, G. C. Wilson, (Conser- _ T UJ.UU., ln, Dr. Jessup, Conservative, large of Dr. Shoop's Restorative" will ab- ajority; London, Hon. Adam Beck, solutely and'quickly these de- onse.rvative, Ivauuiesex, oeo. eely. Conservative, 300; N. Middle- D. Ross, (Liberal gain, 150; W. icldlesex, J. C. Elliott, Liberal, 400; xmck, Jas. A. Ross, (Conservative 100; Muskoka, A. A. Mabaffy, onservative, acclamation; Nipissing, Morel, Conservative; S. Norfolk, C. Pratt, Conservative, 100; N. Nor- ,1k, H. P. Innes, K. C., Conservative, nail; E. Northumberland, 8. Nesbit; lonscrvative, 600; W. Northumber- Jmd, S. Clark, Liberal, 200; N. On- lirio, W. H. Hoyle, 300; S. Ontario, lhas. Caldor, Conservative, 200; E, of course won't bring you back to full health iu a day or two, but it TO prepared, tliero'beinp Simultaneously with the out-iroli Tho i A I i _ i_ 1, _ f.___ .-.-K ti-1 vi si .-4 t- 122 type-written pages of evidence in t break of the fire a In'crh. wind struck merely symbolic of a pngnn form of rn.-ated a each copy. the city. It blow fire within a few mimite.s nearly all over the b'.ock of its origin and swept it across Mag- nine street into another block. Several smaller stores were destroyed along Son of a Campbeliford, Ontario, with the residenci-s and the c is estimated at ab continued, an Ikon is j denied that she had misconducted j Cleaver declined the presidency of herself with Harrison. She Toronto Methodist conference and That Manning was spying upon her j Rev. T. E. Bartley of Elm St. church continually, looking through her win-1 was elected in'his place. great tumult in the house and the so- cialists 101 tr GETS THE BULLER Heir to the Title REAL ESTATE CASE a number of the Baptist church at i TO DEVELOP OIL FIELDS Cranbrook, also a member of the Edmonton. June company of choir there.. She IIMU been asked by local capitalists has just been formed the choir to resign. The report did j under the name of thc Elk Park.com- Campbellford, Ont.. June The j RUSHING Edmonton, Jum was a, j the G. T. P. first cousin of the late C. B. Buller, upon the completion of the line of j plan steel to Edmonton this year. To make ago purchased a late Sir Reclvers Buller, is not a total stranger to these parts doubly sure, steel will be section of land known as North Delton in the north of Campbellford. Gen. Buller was in Campbellford quite a number of years ajro and stayed with his brother, whose residence was on the outskirts; track layers at the Battle Kiver _ of the town. The exact date when he! bridge. Large quantities of steel for principle of a nominal cash payment laid east from the city to meet thc j part of the city from E. D. Grierson. ine was will do'enough in 43 hours to satisfy w.is there, is recalled by any oi you that the remedy is reaching that "'tired spot." Druggists everywhere are advising its use as a splendid and prompt general tonic. It gives more vim and more spirit to the spboniul than any other known nerve or con- stitutional tonic. It sharpens a fail- ing appetite, aids digestion, frees slug- gish livers and kidneys, and brings new life, strength and ambition. Test it i few days and be convinced, Sold ttawa, D. J. McDougaU, Liberal; W. by J. J. Johniton. the. residents of Peterborough who re- member him being there, but it is said that it is over thirty years since the deceased soldier was in Campbellford. The late General Buller had no male children and his baronetcy goes to Reginald Buller, of Denver, Col., eld- est son of thc late C. B. Buller, of Campbellford. Reginald Buller is a second cousin to the late General Buller as was also his brother Dr. Buller, of Montreal. this purpose arc already in the yard and the balance in instalments. Sub- the s'oquontly'the plaintiffs entered into 200 an agreement with Mason and Finn for the sale of a number of lots un- here. Battle From Saskatoon west to River a dstanoe of over miles, steel is being laid at the rate of 23 miles a day. EPIDEMIC OF SMALLPOX St. John, N. B., June 9.-A Moncton despatch says that forty houses are quarantined at Grand Digue and vi- cinity, five miles from Shediac, on account of smallpox and the churches have also been closed. der similar above. The conditions defendants as stated failed to meet their second payment and suit entered against them. Judge president of the newly Stamp coming into the C. C. S. company is Charles May, of where Manning was a clerk. Manning.thc May-Sharp Construction company; in his evidence Miss Stamp'the vice-president, P. E. Lessard, of frequently calling at the store and of how he had been led to think much oi her. Hc intended making her his wife when circumstances admitted it. His feelings changed when he saw her walking out with another person who bore a bad reputation in the city, and Harrison was a friend of that person. His motive in watching them was to Stuart after hearing the case Miss Stamp. He alleged that judgment in favor of the defendants holding that the plaintiffs were not entitled to recover until they could show title in their own name. they had misconducted themselves on several occasions. They jury return- ed a verdict for Miss Stamp with damages. Gariepy Lessard and secretary, Leo Savard. To stop any pain, anywhe're in 20 minutes, simply take just one of Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Pain means pressure- that is all. Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain quickly coax blood pressure away from pain cen- tres. After that, pain is gone. Head- ache, Neuralgia, painful periods with women, etc. get instant help. 20 Tab- lots 25c. Sold by J. J.' Johnston. ;