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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOim THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1916 Hlberta DAILY AND W S E K L Y Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week We Daily, delivered, per year Dally, by mall, per year Weekly, by mail, per year 'Weekly. Ijy mall, per year to stands where he did In 1911. Two ot the. vest's needs are tnrltf rollof and lareer markets. It the Liberal party tails to provide these, when it assumes power, then the western Liberals will bolt. The Liberal party ot the future must sorvo the people iiml not thy parti- sans. Oil the tariff it has Its short- coming-', but now men with strong RICKED UP IN IASSINGCZII FOR THE BUSY VAN Final returns show prohibition to viows will demand Immediate ttction on ,mvi, a maj0ray of in B. C. the tnriff. mid other problems whon tlio takes the reins again. The News Telegram economic Liberal party U K. Milroy, a prominent resident of tlio township ot Cornwall, is dead. A. U. Maashrlck, a Morden, Man., TELEPHONES Business Oflice Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan Managing Director ihouM devote more of its space to putting the Con- fnrluer, was found guilty of sedition, servatlve party on the rlRlu road. It government at OUawa it could better serve the people d_m (n _Uy Bcllootei if it got itself out of the clutches ot _ "Vi'nTnrrance" 'the great vested Interests. Until it Thomas Mitchell, for forty years in off these it cau- nostal deparunent of the customs not serve the public Interest. at 1S Dates of eiplry of subscriptions up-j------------------------- Hamilton school inspectors report pear d. on address label. Accept-. three teachers as "poor" and 25 as anceof papers after expiration date is; now Kaiser Bill like.- the nil nTITrft'0 ertlnmte. ThU mass of ballots In DV I A ILV instances, there being several n I ii IAI Til oach Totor'ftilrlj' Ul UlM I tho election officials. _ i-'iiOM KHONT Tho Henubltcnu eucooss In tho state was swooping. Prank 0. Lowdon, He- publican candidate for governor, do- election by plurality estimated nt (eated ISdwnrd F. Dunne, Democrat but Congressman David J. Incumbent, by an estimated plurality Lewis, "lather ot tho parcel only slightly under that rolled up by was defeated1 In the contest for tho Hughes. With Lowden, according to United States senatorship by Dr. available returns, tho balance of tho Joseph I. Prance, whose estimated Republican state ticket was elected. plurality was C3C7. These incluiled John G. Oijelsby, as lloutenaat-Bovoruor; Louis L. rcmmor- son, secrotary of state; Edward J. Brundcdgo, iliornoy-seneral; Len Cincinnati, Nov. consider- and Andrew Rnnsoll, ably more, than olio-halt 01 protr.....- ght and tho Democrats nine seats, our authority to continue tie subsuip. tion. result? Your King ar.d Country need you right now! Whoever wins, it's a case ot "who laughs last laughs best." J. Blois Smith, for nearly 60 years tutor or conductor of a private school 111 Hamilton, is dead, aged 94. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Hugo numbers of prisoners have Wilson is strong stretch, anyway. on tho home a maximum _ i Hamilton school nurses will have salary of J750 a year, at- been taken by the allies in their great offensive on tha Somme, and this i3 not the least indication of the success gained by them. The official reports Eire the 'total number taken as this morning. men and over 1000 officers. A great! quantity of valuable guns has also j been taken. At the time of writing it's as de- lightfully uncertain as a horse race. talned by annual increases of S50. Haury Gooderham. one of Toronto's best known dead. older business men. is If better than an elecuon be ha neither Hughes or U.lson Rev Dr. J. L. Gordon, formerly of Winnipeg, is now pastor of the First Congregational church, Washington, i a C' I "Germany places Gen. Proener in! Kirkup. government agent at cliarce of food situation." says head- Xanaimo. B. C, is dead. He was an 1110 _ _, r, nF TfomtlfrvillP CALIFORNIA San Francisco, Nov. Although the police reported prac- tically no trouble at the polls through- out the state, considerable mystery was attached today to what further available early today indicated that stops would be taken by federal au- the contest between Hughes and WI1- thorltles. who arc- reported to have son in the state was so close that an planned an Investigation of the al- official count might be necessary to ieged "higher tips" in a plot to bring determine the results. With 2152 pis- "floaters" to Chicago to vote. Several cincts in various parts of the state ftrrest3 were mada by federal officials out of a total ot 5317 accounted for ttl connection. the president was leading by about Chicago, Nov. total vote of 700 votes. Owing to the exceptional th0 ,olty ot Chicago complete for prc- length of the ballot, few precincts sWeat BUDW6 the following: Wilson, have been reporter! in either San men women grand Francisco or Los Angeles, and on the 341640. Hughes, men "29.SSG; result of the count in these two cities womell grand total 3C5.03C. hinged tho outcome. Benson, socialist, men women In San Francisco city the registrar grand total Keimer, so- cialist labor, men 693; women 377; grand total 970. Hanley, prohibition, men 659; women 624; grand total 2S3. estimated that Wilson would have majority of MICHIGAN Detroit. Nov. States Sen- taken. considerably cur- old tinier and a native of Kemptville, ator Charles E. Townsend was Quiet prevails for the most part at l'ne- Hls job '5 considerably cur Qn't turned to offlce. Alocrt E. Sleeper, present along the Somme front, there tailed. having been no engagements ot par- ticular importance during the past few days. gains on WISCONSIN Milwaukee, WIs., Nov. A good hot The British record some "P incitement, their lines north of the start something. ivic election would keep It's about time to The Rumanians continue successful in their brilliant offensive in Dobrudja. Judging by the prices of beef and butter the cow must be trying to ____ emulate the old saw and jump over where it has purchased 200 acres, the moon. gaints' church, Niagara Falls, has celebrated its sixtieth aaniver- Now that the presidential elections sary. In that time it has had are over we can settle down and mind three rectors. days. The Patriotic Fund and civic afi'airs will but -j attentton. a nadve of Llstowel, Ont.. has been awarded the Military Cross. The late John Hendry, Vancou- ver, left au estate valued at one mil- lion dollars. Three-fourths go to the widow and the balance to the daugh- ter, Mrs. Eric W. Hamber. THE TARIFF AND THE COST OF LIVING The Calgary News Telegram evi- dently thinks the iariH only provides business a te, revenue; that there is no protection about it, and that if there is. the nadian manufacturer is such an angel that he would not think for a moment of taking advantage of it. How-1 ever, the News Telegram is intalli gent enough to know that a tariff does not mean that the consumers pay the toll to the federal treasury alone. The manufacturer extracts a toll, and the higher the protection the greater the toll that goes into his pocket, and not into the country's treasury at all. When the-government at Ottawa made an all-round increase in the tariff of per cent, supposedly for the pur- pose of raising war revenue, the re-_ suit was the very opposite on certain i law articles. The duty, in these received was made prohibitive and no foreign !m the city, was shot through the head ___ J1-t._., importations were warranted, and. in a charge of the Scots Guards, n.8 who is In Of the 236th Bat- consequently there was no ialioa of Frederlcton, N. B., made a from these items for the people's treasury. The manufacturers of these articles in Canada, however, did bene- fit. They protection I Uni LaFollette, Republican, returns to the MONTANA Helena, Mont.. Nov. aiity ___ early today indicated that President p. Democrat, and Governor upper house of congress with a piur- aijty estimated at over William Wilson has carried Montana by Bmanuel L. Phillipp. Republican, sue- 000. United States Senator Henry L. himself, having defeated. Bnrt Meyers according to returns, has been Williams, his Democrat opponent, ,ule nrinclnal of re-elected over Chas. X. Pray, estimated plurality of Gov- .nlFdmonton and i "can, by about ernor Phillipp, the returns indicate Governor Sam V. Stewart, have a safe majority in both crat. It Is believed, has won over hmises of the legislature. Frank J. Edwards, Republican, by >rjne Republicans have been elected 500 to Congressman John M.! jn Congressional districts, with two Evans has been elected, but the con-' districts yet to be heard_ from, pis- test over Montana's second seat is Attorney A. Seabel, was close between Harry B. Mitchell, Dem- re.eiected by a safe plurality over Ir- ocrat, and George W. Farr and Miss L u'urster, Republican. Patrick Jeaneite Bankin. Republican. Only McManus, Republican, was elected displacing Recommended for the Military Cross, But in Mistake Did Not Get It Lt. Marine Martiudale, Uie young _ use Canadian stone for the Interior Fire caused from a ashes broke out at box containing Bay street ;onh, Hamilton, and Mrs. Minnie "5' Becker, wife of the tenant, was suf- focated. bieut.-Col. Percy A. Guthrle, M.P.P., had behaved gal- of occasions. In I> ea for. in the early summer he club, at so well that he was recommended but some hitch betorfl the were given such the Military Cross, but some hitch that they had no need to Tear competition. Then "what did they 1915) was mied on the Somme do? They added the duty to the price front. of their goods and the consumer puts the money that was intended for the WINS public treasury into the pocket of tUet _____ manufacturer. No matter how much i Halifax, N .S., Nov. E. R. the protection in the form of tariff, Vance, engineers, of Woodstock, N.B., aider might meet his price. The News he "i don't know Telegram argues that tariff reduction i or obliteration would not interfere He hobbled off a few Trtth the price of canned goods. If ankle has been badly smashed-and that I. the case, will the New, Tela- K tram explain why the canned goods, "That's what they all was manufacturers opposed the removal of' chimed in." duties in 1911. The canned goods Capt William Hage.rman, 35 years was arrested at Windsor charged with leaving a board bill unpaid at i sor hotel. Major TVilfrld Mavor, M.C., loth NEW JERSEY Trenton, N. Nov. E. Hughes' early plurality of in President Wilson's own state, with 777 districts missing, was reduced to with receipt of returns from 315 of these missing districts. The vote is Wilson 1S4.GCO, Hughes ILLINOIS St, Paul, Nov. 8. With returns from only one-sixth of the voting plac- es In' the state available early today, President Wilson led Charles E. Hushes by votes, 519 precincts out of 3024 giving the former and the latter Returns from tlie rural districts, which wore unusually slow In corning in gradually had cut down the lead established by the President and Re- publican leaders confident that of counting and tabulating what they] fame, SUtes sen beliaved might prove the largest vote ator on the ResubUcM Ucket, beliaved might p ever cast by any state. Women voting the first time for president in Illinois swelled tho total vote cast in the state to Battalion, son of Prof. Mavor, of theljy University of. Toronto, has been commended by Gen. Haig for the Dis-' tinguished Service Order. Petertoro hears that Sir 5am won him Hughes has cabled to England order- which won him the return Q{ Mrd BaUalitm band to be attached to the 247th (Pet- pujjl'icans, one Democratic and one Progressive congressman being chos- en, and the entire Republican state ticket, headed by Governor J. A. A. uuu, according to estimates fBuruquist, was elected. i precincts already counted. St. Paul, Minn.. Nov. g.-The St. New York set the record Paul Pioneer Press this morning says els 'votes, which' had been votes, and that Prank B. Kel- arly today, on returns from logg, Republica-i, haa been elected ntlj tuuuj ,t_, h-a frnm (Idn 3 2S4 out of precincts in the state Charles E. Hughes recejved LU UK tu LilB iiiiii rmnricp i-ha Uontlhlif DTI PHI erboro) Battalion for recruiting po-es- In the state will reach United States senator by from to plurality. Because he feared for the safety of; his funds in a bank in war time, Peter Sawa, an Austrian, of London, kept 51.690 in cash in a trunk at his home, i he and his wife worked. It haa ntnufmctorsra knew they would hare; been stolen. Competition, and 3.3 that competition would he from outside the merger, the, HUNS price would drop. "Wft ara not sur-, 'ff _____ pTlsei at Calgary paper's attitude. London, Nov. Ger- It irantj to keep the responsibility for mans Tuesday night shelled ttB high cost of living away from the, British positions west of Borden government. It even attempts to blame the late Liberal government, j... war ofljcc announced today. A forgetting that that government went German raid in this district out of power because It advocated a meuure of tariff reduction. Sir W11-, Laurier may have, been slow In; moving towards tariff reduction, bntj when he did move he had the solid. unsuccessful. AFTER LONG SERVICE Toronto, Nov. A. Harvey, superintendent of oranches of the cast slightly less than for- Bank of British North America, has ty rer cent of the total votes, or ahont retired after 43 years of service with in the entire state, according the bank. alty campaign of 1012, ex-Mayor La- vallee and George Marcil sued each! other for damages for alleged libel. Recently each was awarded and costs. Bampfield's liquor store on Erie av.-mus, Niagara Falls, has been turn- ed into a branch of the Merchants Bank. Another bank may also soon occupy the site of a well-known stand, ard hotel in the city. A Hot, Nourishing opposition of the great protected in-j one jj_at _u( yjjjj gjjj terests pf Canada. What the Liberal- party does in the future along tariff: energy into the WOtTl-OUt lines, depends largely upon the influ-; body and fortify it against ence Western Canada has in in conn- Wheat ells. Western Canada is low tariff. The Conservative party is high tariff; its record since Confederation is proof of that fact. In Eastern Canada there is an element of Liberals whoj believe in catering to the manufa-