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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monthly, November (i, THE LETHIUtmfiE DAILY HER ALT) F. C. Lowes Co. Beg to annouuce that they have removed from their former offices in the Kean Block to their new suite of offices in the Balmoral Block Jj MONEY TO LOAN If-you liavo. lots and-want to build will loan you the money. R. V GIBBONS CO. ROOMS F. AND G., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 FOR SALE Thtyiriost desirable 7 roomed, fully modern on two 681 18th St. Soii tli -Terms n mill The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. LOANS. SHERLOCK lONLY 3 PER CENT POPULAR MAJOR1T 2 LOTS On 12th St. A. North, facing east, the pair, 1-3 cash, ance (i and 12 months. These are close to new bridge and are sure to double In value in the spring. _ North Lethbridge Realty Co. With it Mr. Burden ha 22 per cent Majority of Members (Toronto Statisticians, estimate [roin tli iilectjoh returns already received I) the clerk ot' the crown in uhancer that the popular majority for tli Conservative candidates in the rccen general election will be about and thai the niimuur of voles cas will total slightly over This would a popular mtijurit of scant three ,pcr cent. This ver imall swing in tho popular vote 1m produced a tremendous change in th number o[ members elected by eac of the parties. When the 'house wa dissolved the Liberals hart a. major ty of -13. When Mr. ttorden takes hi seat ax premier have a major ity of 50. In other, words, a popula iiajority of three per cent, gives hiu a majority in the commons of Lwen y-two per cent. H requires noth rig'more than the statement of tli'i acts to prove that; under the systcn snrall single member constituencies he membership of- parliament lias no iduquate relationship to the votes LcUially cast. The dominant part) s always greatly over-represented vhile the minority- is far weaker in he house thlin in the country. This not a condition peculiar to one arty it applies .alike to Liberal ml Conservative administrations and resents a very strong argument, for oine sort of proportional reprcsent-a- on that will prevent tho conversion of'3 very small popular majority in- to an entirely parlia- mentary one. Apart from the argument it war- rants for readjustment of the basis of. representation, the popular major- ity indicates that there were during the contest two very strong opposing tides of in Ontario; the, other in the new provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. There, is ut'all phenomenal about the in Hie other provinces. The j Conservatives popular majorities "n Princn Edward Island, Manitoba, ind Kri l-feli Columbia, and tile Liber- als had popular majoriUcs in Quo- ALD. SAGE NOT Page, 3 A CANDIDATE Announces That he Will not Seek Re-Election to City Conncil Follow years ago you highly honored me by placing nre very much at the toji of the municipal ,and, during tbone two years J nave cm joyed serving you. ost men have tliolr limitations, some have th'alr lapses; 1 have Ktipwn both, and you have shown len- iency. ror good buitlness reasons, I do not 'Hind for re-election at tlite time, nerefoce, in u thanksgiving spirit, will, perliflpi, ullow mo a word of mh'ico: I would urge on you to e'leet and elect men with practical .nowiedge of .public works jiud prop- >rty; you have many such amongst' 'ou, and never in our history ban nero been more n'sod of these than n ere will be in the coming year. it our entnuBiaytic and intelligent in- crest in thesvj works, as shown by meetings in north and outh should strengthen ne hands of those who would servo ou in the city council. 'o sum up what lltife I have accom- iishcd in two years would savor of pusm, .but -two things might be men- oiied. In March, J90P ,1 started a jne-hauded fight .against much op- oaition for the Con Its street bridge cross the railroad; the brldg-a is an accomplished fact. In January Jij, as chairman of--Die publicity aiid imigratiou committee, I mapped out closer relationship between the city nmcil and board of trnlie; a ouhled money grant to the Board ot Hide has not been the least of the re- the city we'll knows today, e have fewer knockers and .more >osters in Lethbrldge than in any ty f know of, or. heard of. The com- uuity. in itself builds a siire-foundation. Yours tru'iy, ROBERT SAGE. HYDE PARK HYDE PARK is the INDUSTRIAL CENTRE of East Calgary, having large Shops on west and C.N.R. Shops on east side employing between them five to thousand skilled workmen. Another largo industry will start in near future employing'Seven' Thousand Men and you know what that menus to Adjoining Property. Hyde Park Adjoins all of these Industries which will make Lots ad- vance in value very rapidly. Hyde Park Lots are all good level stuff, with excellent view of Mountains and City and will have STREET CAR SERVICE shortly, along with other modern improvements. Hyde Park adjoins City Limits and Lots are only Half the Price of Property a'cross the Street Inside the limits, also small taxes which you rcapvthe benefit of. Lots in Hyde Park are selling very rapidly at present prices. Get in now and Double vbiir Monev. 1 NOV'U; Scotia, ami Bruns- Money To Loan On improved farm lands and city property. TO RENT 2 comfortable 8 roomed houses on Court- St., seinL-raoder-ii, per month. THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY Block. 1325. It ,is -when- come .io iit'the figures-for'Ontario, Saskutch- 'ewan, and Alberta that-the tides of .sentiment are disclosed. The popu- lar Conservative majority in this province will not falj far short of That is tp say, the country- outside of Ontario gave a very con- siderable Liberal popular majority ns well as a majority ot members of parliament. In Ontario the Conser- vative popular majority is not con- fined to any locality, hut it is un- questionably1 strongest in and around Toronto. Two-thirds of Mr. Hordcn Geo. .Angus. Shantr Angus Shantz Room 107 Sherlock Building 2 of 21st'St.'and. lit. Ave. N.i room house and stable on, rents for per 3 new school site, N. W.; 2 room shack on, 12 i 20, insured for 7 ROOM NEW 6th Ave. S.; lot 43 ft. frontage; ls; very modern, and on full cement Imsement; small, payment, cash, bal. M sale or exchange on city all he culflvated; 105 iicres'broken; house; stable; well; nil. fenced; cash 1900; i-2 yermillon; will sell for 1-2 of equity'which is balance 11500 easy termi, at 6 per cent. Price per for subdivision. popular, majority throughout the Do- minion came from tne electors Of To- ronto. .Against this tremendous concentra- tion of Conservatives voting strength NGLICAN SYNOD MEETSTOMORROW Calgary, Nov. twelfth meet- ing of the synod of the. diocese of Calgary -will open. Us. sessions in Pag- tit hall ou Tuesday !nevt, Nov. 7 at one O'clock, at which clergy and lay delegates from all parts oi the dio- cese will join together in discussing the most important'questions at pres- ent occupying'the. attention of the leaders o1" thought in the large and import-ant diocese of Calgary. There will be ;i number of, prominent lay- men and clergy present at the ses- sions, among whom may be mention- ed W. L. Walsh, H. Hiley, Very Uev. Dean Paget, 15., Uev. Canon Ilogbin, M.A., secre- in now and Double your Money. Price for 10 Days, to per lot Trackage lots to Terras 1-4 Cash, balances, 6, 9 and 12 months at 8 percent Discount allowed toall Cash Buyers TITLE GUARANTEE Room 1 131a 8th Ave. West 7, Phone 2299 Calgary, Alberta J are entitled to set the equal- The Alberta SACRIFICE 220 acres irrlfated land, a miles from Lothbrldge per acre. BALMORAL BLOCK, PHONE 1245. LETHiRIDGE. Liberals ly remarkable display of Liberal Sen- timent in the provinces of Saskatch- ewan and Alberta. The Ragina Lead- er has been compiling the returns, and points out (hat out of bal- lots cast in the tea Saskatchewan scats the Liberal majority was 212, while the majority for reciproc- ity, including tile vote of two pro- reciprocity Independents, was These are very remarkable figures] more so even than the Ontario re- turns. They indicate that low tariff sentiment is overwhelmingly strong among the wheat growers of Sas- katchewan. In there are sev- eral incomplete returns, but the net Liberal majority will be about ind the reciprocit thousand more. When Mr. Horden's 'Ury of the Synod of Calgary C. F. P. Conylieare, K.C., Chnnccl- lor of the Diocese, Lcthbridgc His Honor Judge Crawford, Macleod Yen Archdeacon Webb, Calgary; Yen Archdeacon Gray, Kev. .1. J. Robin son, M.A., 'Canon' Dewdncy, Calgary Qauon Mowalt, C'ardston Rev. G. Boyrt, M.A., iicv. 0. Creighloii, late domestic chaplain to the Arch- hishoji of Canterbury, Edmonton FOUND GRAVE OF UNKNOWN RACE MAHER AFFECTS BOTH COUNTRIES Toronto, Nov. short sitting of International Waterway Kansas City, Knns., Nov. 4 Bonos believed to be those oi" a h crto race, gigantic in sla-1 B1Pn was held, here today when H; S. tue, On the farm Uster behalf Of the Ontario anil of John Noland, near this city. The M'nnesota .Power Canal, Companyi bones were taken from a cairu about commission for. a permit' to MANjTOBA POSTMASTER FOUND'DEAD IN BED majority. perhaps shrewd cam- paign managers look- over the figures of the popular majority in each pro- vince for one party or the other will hear no more' about tariff creases. The verdict against procity is warrant for a rc-emcrg- encc of the gentlemen who some time ago tinted the Tory party 10 go [or a lanil as high as. Daman's gallows Winnipeg, Nov. Pierson, post- master and storekeeper at SL Nor- D'3tt, Man., was in bed yesterday morning. His wife and two cniKlren were away from home at the ume of the fatalily, and the discov- ery was made Deimorc, a neigh'- Dor. called at the store dur- ing the morning, and finding every- thing closed, made an investigation, with the result stated. The coroner, alter investigating, decided that hear} raHuiy was the cause of death and tna-t an inquest would not be neces- sary. QUICK BARGAINS Motto: Small BEAD! THINK! FOR SALE Sli hundred and ioventy-eight acres, all fenced, fine land, ten miles from Lethhrldge: five hundred Heron broken, one hundred acrea In fall wheat; dwelling house, barn for fourteen hones, well over two hundred feet dt-sp, cost eight, hundred dollnrn 129 feet water; Price H4.00 per acre. 1-3 balance In 3 years. Lenei and liitinji of all kind! T. H. STAGG Phone Real Eitate S Johnvon hourt 10-12 2-5 H. N. W. M. POLICE SERGEANT DESERTS .Moose Jaw, Nov. inurch of the mounted police.took ad of a two weeks' leave of ab- soaenco to from -ibe deUch meat, hut his arreat sen.atlon.l (ilicloiiirei are likely (o follow .hort- LIBERAL M. P.'S BROTHER RUNS AS A TORY Ollawa. Nov. Chnm- IMKIIP, oliy conlrollnr, has hcen noni- nnlwl by Oltiuvii (.am Conservativos to cntrleM seal, for l.ho legislature, tit' Is a Irnitlinr of Cjmmpasnc', i.lherni 'iii'inbui- for Llallltfoiil. WESTMINSTER ROAD Lots 9-10-11 and 12 Block "W" S450 Each. Terms 1-3 cash, bal. 3-6-9 months. See H. J. H. Skeith Fhcne 1343 Opp, Alexandra Motel 30 fcot m.diametM and five feet high.- "ream.'of water In KvlUcntly thev had been buried orig- "Orth Ontario for purpoi.. nallj- rough stone tomb. Several point- uti the chairman or the com- skill, o, unusual and t'h.t the Jurlsdicflol unlike the _cranium of an Indian in lay with thb newly aanol t9d shniie were found, together with the myal joint International commtaiion. thigh bones much longer than the av- erage human fcmure. It was while levelling away the cairn to make way 'I'he commission which sat yesterday resulted from the treaty1 be- e'5n'Canada and the U: S.. and has 'or sowing wheat that Noland came j supervision of the international, bouu- upon the walled tomb. Me had the i Qary. Any matter, arlsinc in cpnnec- dirt removed from tho wall and found "on commission's dolibera- it liad supported an arch which had "on anl1 question caved in, filling the interior of ill- I "B of. water for power tomb with soil. Hones we from streams are found One of the skulls had been pierced evidently with a strange weapon. The walls of the tomb were 10 feet thick ami made nf great unhewn stones. The arched roof did1 not exceed [our "ect In liciglit a passage three feet wide was found to lead into tlic room 'rom the oulside. AN AGED CONVICT I. T- Channell, 92 Yean Old, Sent to Penitentiary for Manslaughter Vancouver; W. C.. Nov. 4.-Bent and ;rippled with age, John Taylor Chan- nell, aged ;.iarSr tne ,n1aoll. er ever sentenced in a Canadian court, was today given two years in the pen- itentiary 'for manslaughter. He killed a companion who had attacked him in a row In Ciiannell's home in the .-Burb. of atr C who to a United States ,osoyk, M New I missloner Carter and us the vacated by his death has not yet boe Hlled the sitting of tho body war temporarily abandoned. commission today road a repor rrom the committee on the locatlo ot the boundary line between PiReoi uiver and St. Regie along the 45tl parallel of latitude. The next session will be'held in Buffalo on Decembe when the question of regulating tne level of Lake, Erie wKl be ills cuased. HAD A LOT OF MARKED BILLS Vancouver, Nov 6 -Picked Bloii, was BO nearly deaf that Justice Murphy's sentence had to be repeated to bim by a court official. LATE or Montreal. Nov. MANAGER CANADA LIFE Mr. John W. Marling, late general manager of tho Canada Life Assurance Company, died suddenly yesterday of heart failure at nis residence, fHO St. Catharine street Went. Ofekly CO k. tkftti to the big New Weutlnimter bank robbery some time ago. In his room In tho City Hotel, Vancouver, wore found four tbouiaud dollars in marked bills, which are thouKbt to be part of the money taken from. the Bank of Montreal at the of the roooery. Sensational nrrestB are like- Jy to follow, aft the polico believe they have a clue to the robbers. RENOMINATED CARSCALLEN isapanee, Nov. the nomina- tions here on Saturday the Coiuerva- nves decided Io nomlnale T. 0. Car- smllon on tin first ballot. Mr. Car. ilen was the sluing member. Flax Seed For Sale SACKED W.R. DOBBIN 310 7th St. S., LETHBRIMC Agent for Avery Caa A fttMm Plowing Englnx. 'ii a? MASKED BANDIT ROBBED BANK Hodges, Mont, Nov. j nanded, a masked bandit entered thrf state Bank here on Saturday after- nooq at four o'clock, and at the point of a gun, held up the three occupanta or tne place, and demanded the cash rawer containing in currency. thief got away all a'l. tliough a posse wau Immediately or-' been found. no trace of the robber hai SASKATOON OLD TIMER DEAD Saskatoon. Nov. Jones, an oia tinier in this city, was found dead t the foot of tho Of tire C. N. bridge yesterday morning, a badly crushed skull, and a. broken leg lead- ng to the belief that'he overbalanced and fell from the bridge while in an ntoxicated condition. 2 lots corner 2nd St. and 5th Aye. S, or 1900.00 each. A lot and H half, next to, siandplpe, with or without shack, special figures, 2 corner lots, Duff, well located, fof 375.00 each. Small house, C loti, for 11700.0ft. The Dowsley-Mnlheni Land Co. herloikBldg. 7th Street ;