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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION TWELVE PAGES VOUuliEXUL WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920 NUMBER 275 DEMOCRATS BURIED DEEP U BALLOTS CONSERVATIVE TICKET IN VANCOUVER VANCOUVER, Nov. here' last night nominated W. J. KC., provincial S. Lv Hawe, E. L. Dr. J. W. Mahan, Captain .George Black and; Lieut -Col. J W Warden to'contest the city In the prov- incial election, December 1. tfiarding and Have to Back Them; Democrats Almost Annihilated Not Much for Canadian Farmer To. Cheer About in Harding Victory Drys Leading In Scotland LONDON, Nov As soclated to midnight.three areas In Scotland m "which voting pjace jesterda) on local optlor BOOST TARIFF dry; namely Sanquhar, a. _________ rural constituency of Kllsvth. and Kirk I Hock, mining centera Fourteen OTfAVi V, Nov Canadian I other sections Toted for no change Press victories are, it, The> included Grangenioutb, Bridge- is thought heie, likely to have an im i at Allan, Duuoon, Lanark, Helens- burgh, Barrhead, Bonny Brlgg, Loan head and Stirling Gives "Drys" Lead TORONTOi'Mor 3--Tho Toronto Star nas this special cable from Glas Final Returns Likely To Leave Democratic Ticket With MONT. Only Support of the Southern Block of publicans Cut Into These, Beaten in Montana-Governor Smith Lose, in New York- amm Boston and New York Give Unusual Republican Sup- over cos. portanl hearing oh" trade in' wheat, wheat products and: potatoes between Canada and the -United Stales. "Un- der provisions of iff ot 1913, wheat, wheat flour, sem- lino ariti potaloes enter. Ihe United States free of from a, country which admits, the same articles from States free ot duty, Dur- iiis tho.war panada took advantage of this.reciprbeal, provision in the Unlt- jwl States tariff In by order In conncll, wheat and wheat products from tpe United States were placed on the. Canadian free ally, Canadian_eipOTts of wheat and products wero admitted into itei States free of duty Rather more than 12 months later, Canada took-the same, step in. regard to pota- case being, to secure for'Canadlan-jfarmers a wider market for their products to Free Wheat But the, "admission of Canadian wheat freb Into Ih'e.'UnHed Stales has Caroused oppcsilion among the 'farming communities of gow Thirtyniii Scottish districts voted 'dry' in yesterday's; ele'ctiCns, accord- ing to returns Ten voted 'wot' and ;one district for limiUtion ol liquor sales Cotitinuetl CHAMBERLAIN IS ____LIKELY TO LOSE PORTLAND, v NOT 3 from 702 precincts, eome Incomplete, put. of 1699 in showed Senatpf Harding received 1W58 votes In jes- Governor Cox had a lead'over Sena tor Chamberlain in 713 precincts, part of uhlch were Incomplete. Cham received votes and Stau field in the precincts' reporting The three Republican who sought-.re-election, were leading in Ihe votes counted1 _ Overwhelming Majorities' Feature of Results NEW YORK, Nov. 3 districts out of. 7145) noon today the returns from the great majority of stales were slill In very it was impossible.Ip estimate with any degrSc of accuracy, the popular major: ity tho peopUJ of tho United States yeslerdny -jjsve lo Senalor Harding. In some of Ih6 far western'sloles'only a Comparatively :small'percentage of the vote had been reported. A large section ot South: Dakota was cut" off 'by a severe storm and fig- -In other states also there wefo delays duo ;to varibus causes. Following is a summary of the, presidential vole in a .number of the.leading states taken from reports available here at noon: NEW districts out of Cox ei pt for-lwo Boston Cox Harding N1SW ou of Con Hardin i districts out o Cox 3021; Harding' 3706. CAL1FOHNIAM2313 districts out o Harding (2315- districts out Hardiiig WEST. VinGINIA-081 districts, pu of Cox Harding districts out--, o Hardiiig 'districts out Cox Harding Gay Lochinvdrs Stalled On Frank Slide At Night :-F While On Eloping Stunt Slate and 'National Victories Almost Everywhere for the Republicans. NEW YORK, Nov noon, eastern presiden- tial returns had increased the gains for !t appears probable that In' addition to the states hitherto given to him In the electoral college, there would be added Idaho, Nevada, Missouri and Maryland Others listed In the doubtful column showed list to_ the Republican: column. DES M01NES, Iowa, Nov. Returna-from 72 precincts out'of 2360 In Iowa give Harding Cox OMAHA, Nov. 11.45 to- night Senator Harding had a pliir- arlty of over'Governor Cox. If the ratio Is maintained the'Re- publican candidate will carry the state by about Governor Cox of Ohio his Democratic Democratic, lead- ers and many prominent Republicans hailed as theV1 solemn referendum" on ttie League of NationB_was impres- ive, he sw HELENA, .Mont., Nov turns-'e'arly today from more'than one third of the precincts In Montana showed the Republican candidates for- president, governor and, congressman leading their Democratic opponents by to LZyXXl votes. '._i A' Real Landslide- NEW Nov. 3 ot the 10A sweepirig ast history stood recorded for. Sena- or Warren" G. Harding for president nd a Republican congress. Tremendous and unparalleled Re- uhlican pluralities Beginningwith; the rat-count. oC ballots in. yesterday.'s lection continued mounting .today. .Defeat ;in" their Cght both tor'the residency and-congress was d early "by Democratic national letd rs on the basis of tfie Increasing He- nollcah- TOtB and despile the ah encc, even early today, ot final and fflclal figures. With tue presidency and congress went loss to the Democrats of sov- irnors, legislators -ind oUiT ilate and locn.1 candidates. The break iven threatened Id extend Into, tlie icrder states, hitherto "sojid south" with Republican gains in somo south era slates larger than any since tho civil war. Senator Harding's victory In what lone thdivot3jotli35 for Eresident Wilson dunng the Hepublicin .V CLEAN, SWEEP IN UTAH SALT L-AKB CITY, Nov: i Republicans carried Utah from the head ot the ticket down the office of constable In urtually county of the state, according to returns com piled fiaJ} loda) from 27 of the '29 counties In the state The total num her ot precincts reporting were 320 out of 6oO in tho state A clean sweep the state Republican candidates is Indi cated'by returns. earl> today givihim assurance of S'9i0{ C77SO over siupstead, Partisan otes In the electoral college as ag amst 127 for Governor Cox with 75' f doubtful, inclusive of states whero tho XepubhcanlMe-w.is rimning strong. The unofficial returns presaged a' larg- roajority in pe electoral college for Senator Harding and his running male, of. Mas'a tiiaaiSpy since 1888 except PRESIDENT WILSON WENT TO BED EARLY HELENA, Nov. at mid night from ii'i products out ot 14S2 showed Hardiiig with a lead of Disbri. Republican, was Wheeler, by nearlj 'Wheeler', 'was.; nominee. Later" returns from" a total of 5b5 precincts gave Dixoir and Wheeler Returns from 519 Harding and Coi McCnrnilck liad WASHINGTON, Nov. receiving the early election re- turns In his study, President Wil- son retired to his bedroom at nine o'clock tonight 'and1 was' asleep half an 'hour afterwards. Rear. Admiral Grayson, the president's personal physician, spent nearly half an hour with Mr. Wilson after the latter had retired, discussing the result of the election. Mr. Grayson said the president show- ed no indication of nervous strain snd that he seemed cheerful. He added that the president had no comment to make on the resuJt of the" contest. STIFF RUN FOR LENROOT Goleman Hofel Proprietor Lost t A Fine Assortment of Choice Stuff votes in 205 products to Watson.'' for PREUS WINS MINNESOTA In the alfseiico of.Hnal figures, ,n ycllms tide of iwige pluraUhes ST. PAUL, IIinn. reported from 591 Nov. Relurns precjncts out lections of Wisconsin Indicated thHt contest of election'was to he between Senator Lenroot, and 'ames Thompson, independent, CG out of tlie state's 2425 preclude gave