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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBHIDOI, AtMKTA. TUUOAY, NOVIMtCR IV, I Ml OF CANADA Catttal, lot ml tatM frtib Are Yd Now, when U coming in faster than at any ottier seasou, are you laying bjr much as you should Open a S> viifl JkCMHll with the Union Bank of Cactdi as often as you can, any sum from up, and watch your balance grow. There's satisfaction and security in it. Interest at the highest current rate is paid 4 'imes a year. Money may be withdraw a at any. time, without .notice. LETH BRIDGE BRANCH: J. v Manager TORY ORGAN'S PIJUNTALK Blues tk Oraaf e For Defeat (Kibe Toronto; Nov. Toronto Mail says editorially: "It seenis now to be generally conceded that; the, public man who the election on Mon day was neither" Mr. Borden nor Sir Wilfrid Laurier j but Controller Hock- en of thejrpronto City Council. By the outside worldV of cbufsg; it has been supposed that the Federal leaders were the determining: factors but this turns out to be on error. While these may have ex- ercised an. influence in the early stag- es of the campaign, they were not in. it with Controller Hocken .during the last few days. How it came about the reports from the various constituencies are now telling. It appears that the Controller felt it to be his duty to give expression.io his opinions upon religious topics. With this end in view he issued a pamphlet entitled "The Duty of the Hour." The duty to which, the Controller grounds. To the Liberals this pro- duction, was a bonanza. It was the rery thing for which they had been coking. The demand for the pam- phlet became flattering to the author. It was impossible to fill all tha or- ders.. Liberal, managers, unable to se cure the krge number of copies they needed, printed more, for their own use. They even had thy production translated into various languages. There .was German copies for Ger- mans, and French copies for French. Condensed issues were also Circulated for. those who merely wished to get at the pit of 'the argument. The pamphlet was discussed with great interest on Quebec platforms where it secured sympathy for Sir Wilfrid Laurier on the he Nov. to i 10 ;.p'clock night there had_ 3 been 110 break in the opfcimis- i tic character of the returns received at the C, P. Taft residence in this city, Williftm H. Taft, the Republi- can candidate, and Mrs. Taft ".vcre surrounded by a :nerry party of relatives and close friends, and a few newspaper men. The judge was in'high nior after the first few 'returns were received, and kept up his spirits throughout. Finally, on receipt of a telegram from Chairman Hitchcock, an- nouncing his election certain, he rose and kissed his wife. Mrs. Taft turned, and, seeing the newspaper men abound, blushed, saying: The judge smiled. One of the newspaper men spoke up: "Oh, never mind us. Do it again, Mr. President." The judge smiled again, and this time Mrs. Taft joined. At.that' time Judge Taft had no doubt of his election, as indicated..by the congratulat- ory telegram he sent to Chair- man Hitchcock shortly after 9 o'clock, THECOtrUTE HfCTION mm OF IEWONE IAT WSTRiCT S. Medicine Hat, Nov. Officer: Foreter made the official de- claration "of the vote cast in the re- cent here, on Saturday. Mr. Mafrraih's is 352, The re- vised vote is H follows Lethbridf e Him. 84. Fire Hall 80 87 85. Labor Hall A 86 53 85. Labor Hall B 88 86. Oliver's Hall 92 87. Cen, School 139 88. Westminster School........... "64 89. StaffordviUe 118 90. Peacocks 82 GO 74 85 C3 154 38 M. 3 33 22 18 54 1 was being ,b? k and his faith. It also did heavy workf in Ontario; Its circulation among lion of Mackenzie-King and it is be- lieved to have elected the two Liber- als in -Essex and to have defeated Bennett in East Sinicoe. It even operated, -in Nova Scotia. There, the government organs printed it in full as campaign literature on behalf of their party: Wherever it went it stirred up the Catholic elec- tor'to vote for the government nom- inee. In fact it operated very much in the same way as did Rev. Dr. Bur- chard's Weicoine to James G. Blain, as the enemy of "Rum, Romanism and: Rebellion." The'incident shows how mighty the alluded was that of voting against pen sometimes is. LASSOED MAN FROM TRAi N. Cowboy a Mexican by Drag- ging From a Car. El Paso, Tex.; Nov. Ake, a cowboy with a skinfull'of bad whis- key, is a refugee in the mountains, and officers are hunting him. on a murder charge. This afternoon as a Santa Fe work train was passing be- tween Lava und Crocket loaded with rode up on his horse and roped Ramon Aragon, whom he dragged from trie train. Aragon was killed by the .fall, as the train was running twenty miles' an hour. Ake gailoped off toward the Organ Mountains, and officers at HUlsboro, Las Graces, and-other towns have been notified to take his trail. Totals Majority for Magrath Aetna Albion Ridge Barnes Mine .Bassano Bishop Beaxer Ho well Bow Island Bowville Boundary Creek Brooks Bull's Head Bull Springs Burdette Bear Creek Caldwell Cardston Coaldale Coleridge Coutts Crowfoot Carbon r. -_r Diamond City Dorothy IS Eagle But te Klkwater Felman's Lake Finn's Lake Gleichen Graburn Grassy Lake Gros Vent re Gordons Greentree Hand Hills Hyde's Ranch Iron Springs Irvine Josephburg Keho Kimball Leavitt Little Plume Lebanon Magrath Medicine Hat Milk River Miller's Mountain Murray's 15 9 13 G 2 14 IS S 7 23 23 13 10 3 6 106 11 43 5 0 58 .6 11 15 7 26 7 109 14 32 7 6 11 T 4 32 29 6 7 32 13 10 18 114 C14 29 13 10 10 9 13 20 10 27 23 9 8 G 11 5 15 117 If) 24 10 18 21 21 8. 23 12 31 5 71 7 32 13 3 4 G 8 8 37 24 19 52 27 6 10 46 24 .119 Progress Brand" Suits and Overcoats Clothes that appeal to your j udgment, Value's that appeal to your pocketbook. 26 MR. BORDEN FOR ENGLAND. Nov. R. L. Borden will probably go to England for a short visit, it is stated here. Tlif; matter has not yet definitely arranged, however. 3G Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE, McGUIRR 14 f> 1 19 37 I Colernt-.n, Nov. Neal, who operates one of the electric hurry cars running between the tipple and the coke ovens was slightly hurt yester- day morning by having a quantity of coal fall on him. Fortunately his injuries were not so bad as were at first expected. He will soon be ar- j ound again, 2 Charles Lifley had his foot badly 9 crushed yesterday by a falling rock. Recce Price a young Welshman who recently came to town was taken to hospital last night suffering from ty- phoid fever. He with a companion 20 II 18 15 ANCIENT R. R. TICKET GOOD. Automobile land Gasoline Engine Works Brass Iron Castings General Smithing Satisfaction Guaranteed 24 566 362 The buyer should harvest at least iuorth of grain during the following season WITHOUT EXPENSE, and it only takes to get it. This deal comprises two sections of the finest kind of land, all free from stones, hills and marshes. In fact, every foot of the 1280 acres CAN BE PLOWED by a steam plow running two miles without a turn, as there is no road allowance between the two sections. Butyoi4 wont have to do this, because Sop acres are already broken, of which are sowed with W Wheat that now has a nice stand. 'Here are the terms of sale Price per acre, with cash down and on December 1st in each of the years of 1909 and 1910. The balance of the Purchase Price is payable by half the crop each year. Interest Rate, 6 Per cent If you desire something of this kind and can't handle as large a deal as this, call at my office and talk it over as I may be able to get some oile who would take that part which you don't want. W.H DOBBIN Southard Block View ffeilson's Newburg Newlands O'Connor's P. K. Ranch Plainfield Provo Purple Springs Pan D'Oreille Quesnstown Ral.-y Raymond Reed Hill 1 6 50 3 9 2 14 11 3 16 9 6 9 18 7 73 3 LCTHBRIDGE ALBERTA Robinson's Ranch 5 Rutherford's 10 Rosebud 15 Rawdonville 32 Seven Persons 4 Spring Coul.'e 2 Stirling 57 Sundial 4 St. Mary's 7 Taber, A 113 Taber B. 81 Taylorville 14 Two Bar 8 Walsh 53 Warner 4 Whites 18 Wool ford 9 Woolchretor 13 Woodpecker 22 Writing on Stone 5 7 6 16 9 16 10 38 25 1 12 15 8 .9 13 134 5 12 20 19 1 59 0 11 57 50 4 2 11 V 25 10 35 3 4 8 68 204 34 had come to Coleman about a week ago iu search of work. They had travelled together almost all over the country looking for an opportun ity of something to do and were near ly stranded when they reached Cole man. The-.young man's unfortunate circumstances will be greatly regrett ed. Miss A. E. Anthony who formerly occupied the position of bookkeepe for the Co-Operative Store, left yes terday morning for Nelson. J. W. Powell is having an additio built to the east side of his house. H. A. Parks was a visitor in Fer- riie en Sunday last. W. II. Gibson, who has been absent for several months engaged in the grain threshing business, in the Cow- ley district, will shortly return to Coleman and start his lumber camp again. Fire Chief Graham who Is tver watchful for emergencies, had the hy- drants all tested this week. They were found to be in good working order. T. W. Davics, Coleman's energetic contractor, secured a contract this week to erect .a large store building at Hillcrest for JL.. A. McLean. 'ennsylvania Honors Voucher Issued in 1869 Piltslnirg, Nov. railroad tick- t iKSued in I860 was tendered by a )jissenger_ on train No. which left Jittsburg for the East at 8.50 o'clock a.st evening. The ticket was issued the Louisville and Lexington or Mexican Railroad Company, and cad: "Good for one first-class passage, Between Cincinnati, Ohio, and Wash- ngton. D.C." It was so worn with age, however, ihai great difficulty experienced in deciphering the full name of the railroad. The conductor telegraphed to the superintendent of passenger trans- portation at Philadelphia for instruc- tions, and was advised to honor the ticket. J. RICHARDS Works hear Steam Laundry Adjoining N.W. J. Com. Co. StabLs P.O.Box 432 CONFECTIONERY "BUDD" REED Successor to G. W. H. Keed Phone 211 -2 10 5 3 12 61 Davis has been in Coleman less than a year and has had very little idle time since coming here. He has sat- isfactorily completed several jobs and considering the competition in the field, has made a good showing. The Frisco Opera Co. reproduced 'The Toymaker" before a large au- Jience on Tuesday night at the Op- era House. Quite a number of people drove up from Frank and Blairmor to see the pla3'. Tonight the Highlander entertainers are giving a concert at the opera house. They have been well spoken of at other places and will likely ge a good hearing. Monday being Thanksgiving Day there will be n. special service at the Institutional Church. 56 31 10 6 10 i 14 16 13 Total Majority for Spoiled Fresh Oysters Atthb Orders at all Honrs Oliver Block Phone 228 Get our PRICES on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Skiing Metallic Shingles before buying elsewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock miVER'5 MmTUHING COMfflNV Office aud Factory Cof, WfiB ud UMN9 ITKETS Telephone 153 BY-LAWS IN MACLEOD. Macleod, Xov. important by-laws will shortly be placed before the ratepayers of Macleod to vote upon. One is for the purpose of bor- rowing money to install a sewage system. The other is for the pur- pose of extending water works anil purchasing of another power house. unit for the BANQUET FOR LEMIEUX. London, Nov. Hon. Mr. Buxton. Postmaster-General, and Hon. Rodoiphe Lemieux will be given a banquet by. the National Liberal Club. The Earl of CArrinpton will j j j {nrsstur, nnu iiamai vricciiwuOu, M.P., is to be one of the principal Raymond Raymond, Nov. Tuesday school -will open in the vestry of the meeting house. The school is crowd- ed that a new class will have to bo opened. Miss Rutland from Toronto has been engaged to take this class. This class will consist of all pupils for whom there is not room in the schools. There are four cases of typhoid fov- in Raymond. The Old Chief Crtfe has moved into the building next to the post office. They could not accommodate their customers where they were. The School Convention of the Latter Day Saints Church will he at Cardston, Nov. 8, 8, 1.0. Many people from Raymond arc making ar- rangements to go and take pn.rt in the convention. Examinations were held in the School standards on November 2nd. Those who passed the highest were as follows: Standard VTTI., arithme- tic, Lur Redd, 97; algebra, Lura Redd. 99; geometry. Fred Yenney. 76. Standard VT., arithmetic. IVFnry Stevonson. 88; algebra. Mnry Steven- son, 65; geometry, Jessie Redd, 69. The.patrons of our CAFE are increasing in number. We bank our reputation on any and every meal. Buy a meal ticket and investi- gate our services. If you are not pleased don't buy another. Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGuire's Old Stand SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS MAYOR OF TORONTO Toronto. Nov. The names of ftx-.-iid. and A. E. Rvtup, I.TC- M.P.. are mentioned as possible can. fnr }'ou ever THE BOSTON LUNCH For a tasty meal served on the shortest notice. LuncKes Put Up For Outing Parties The Boston Lunch NEXT TO ARLINGTON ROM BARONESS BOAD Place Your Orders for ....WITH.... iJSS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 o V I REAL ESTATE BARGAINS i Ci :f> IH i i S i n t j S1 O6 i You will be suited menUlly and bodily if MARK JOHN- STON cleans and prestet your suit. Your suit is guaranteed to suit you. MARR JOHNSTON Mb CaLW fcr mi PAID before the 15th of each month A. L. Roy Wholesale Liquor Merchant 50 P.O. Lots, Block A, Hig- t ibotham Addition, corner Dryden and Torrance, for Lot 7, Block 8, cor. of McBettt and Bail- ey'St. X mils from North If. Ward School ........S7BO Lot 3, Block A, with good 5 roomed house between Smith and Round Sts, only half mite from if. postoffice..........S4500 Lot on Westmin- ster X milf from Central of sub-division into 10 full ciTAri ifc half of Acre Lot 4. Block 7. cor. of Me- O4. t--- aim ivi cash Lots In Block 15 Duff Addition, mile from t postoffice. This Block fac- t es on Crabb St., each MM t AU the above on easy T. E. PATTE80N Room Block ;