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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta vot. LETH0RIOOC. ALMRTA. TUEIOAY, OCTOBER 27, IMI. MO. T i TTTfeTnVC1 Aft i lAnFTV TVY LAURIERS MAJORITY TO EXCEED FIFTY Quebec ARTHABASKA-Larerg ne. Lib. Lib; MM jority, BEAUHAEKOI8-Papin.au, Lib; defeated Liberal fain. Lib., BELLECHABSE-Ialbot, Lib.. U- 100 maj. Lib., 700 mai. S. A, Lib., 390 maj. Cons., 45 Coniervatw fain, CHATEAUGUAf-Brown, Lib., by 300. CHAMBLY-VERCHERHS Gtot- frion, .Lib. Lib. oral faint. Lib. Lib., LIBERALS MAY HAVE AS LARGE A MAJORITY AS IN THE OLD PAR1JAMENT Every Province In the But Two Return a Majority Of Supporters For the Liberal Party Ontario, From Present Returns, Cuts Down the Conservative Lead Consider- ably Members Beaten Only One Cabinet Minister a Clean Sweep In Saskatchewan Standing In Doubt Liberal" gain" JACQUES CARTIEB-F. D. Monk. 760 maj. x, JOLIET-Dubeau, Lib. KAMOROUSKA-LaPointo. Lib. Lib., 400. Lib., Lib., Lib r al gain. LEVIS-Camer, Lib., 435. Parquet, Cons. 113. Lib., 300. Labor MASKINONGE-Michaud, Lib. 600. Lib., 37. MONTREAL. ST. JAMES-Ger var's Lib., 1519. MONTREAL. ST7 ANN'S-Doherty Cons., 70 Conservativ gain. MONTREAL, ST. B Ames, Cons., 300-maj. MONTREAL, ST. Biekerdike, Lib. MOHTBEAL, ST. MARY'S-Kartin, MOSTMAGNY-Roy, Lib., 175-a "Liberal gain. Lib., 300 maj. 300.: Lib., 300. Lib., Ottawa, Oct. ii within the, xrands of possibility that the deieat of Hon. Wm. Templeman in Vic- 0ria, B.C., will reault in the retire ooeni of that gentlentm iron'public ife, and the leadership of the Paci- fic Coast v will devolve-upon either Ralph Smith or Dun can Ross, Quebec. Oct. ier this morning absolutely to make any comment on the-result of. the elections. elected.. XAPIERVIUX-Lanctot, Lib., 394. Lib., elected "by 10L majority; a Liberal-gain. Lib., -500. 'QUEBEC Lib. QUEBEC, Lib. QUEBEC, EABTr-Sir Wilfrid Lau- 996. maj; QUEBEC, Cons., Conservative gain. RICHMOND AND Lib. Lib. Lib., 270. SHERBROOKE Worthington; Coris., 100 majority. Lorlie, Cons., elected. Lib. ST. Ottawa, Oct; Liberals are preparing a big welcome to the Pre. mier, and are getting enthusiastic aver the matter. "Nothing ia yet known as to which constituency. Quebec East or Ottawa, Sir-Wilfrid will git for. There will be a keen 5ght for nomination between factions does not retain the Ottawa seat. Only Minitter Dtftatftd. Victoria, Oct. 37.-OvH. Bar- nard was yesterday elected to repre- sent Victoria in the Dominion Houae, defeating Hon. Wr. Templeman, Min- ister of Inland Revenu? and Mines, by a total of votes, as opposed to votea, a majority .of. There w.re 75 spoiled billots and 11 rejected ballots. The officer dtcUra- ;ion by the returning 'offtce'r will be today. :t 'A Majorfty of Fifty." "J Winnipeg, Man.. Oct. Con- ;ervative campaign of vilification and vituperation, unexampled in its men- dacity and rancor, has fail.'d, and Canada, with enthusiastic voice, has called upon Laurier to finish his work. He goes back to Parliament with a majority of at least fifty in the Commons, and this ia almost cer- tain to, be increased by later and corrected returns, aa w.-ll as by the .results of -deferred elections. The only Cabinet Minister defeated Hon. Wra. Templeman. The other Ministers w.re returned by de- i cLsive majorities. Ltading Trounced. Many of the most prominent Con- servatives went down to defeat, among them W. H. Bennett, of East Sim- coe; G. W. Fowler, A. A. Lefurgey, and W. F. Cockshutt, of .Brantford. R. L. Bord n was elected in both Hali- fax and Carleton, Sir Wilfrid Lauffer in both Ottawa and Quebec East. In the latter he put on hia old-time four- figure majority. In Manitoba, for reasons which will bz analyzed, tho victorious -Liberal Government was not BO successful as elsewhere, carry- ing only three seats but of ten. Won. Hon; Clifford Sifton was'elected in Brandon after a campaign in which hia opponents resorted to every de-j patently SIR WILF who wit: LAURIER, ever the daotinies of the nation lit another term. a vice, every every expedient, fair and to beat him. In Saskatchewan the Liberals made almost a cle'an Qu'AppelU alone Conservative, and in pjvbable outcome will be the election "of four Liberals anc three In British Columbia, where loca! contests in this province, besides the, one in the Yukon. Prince Edward Island returns two liberals' and two Conservatives. Nova Scotia and New Brunswick return d twelve and eleven Liberals respectively, and two Op- positionists. This is a Liberal fall- ing off of Nova Scotia and an im- prqyeinent in New Brunswick. The Maritime Provinces Ministers all had large majorities. Quebec remains faithful in its al_ legianc.v sending to the support of Sir Wilfrid 52 out of 65 members, a delegation which will be increased to 54 when the deferred elcctioas are held. Good Old Ontario. Perhaps the most noteworthy f a- ture of the result was the, way in which Ontario showed, its apprecia- tion of Sir Wilfrid's presentation of the Government's case, and refused to respond to the appeal of Roblin and the other slanderers. The .great English-speaking province of the returns no fewer .than. 99 Liberals, and may be issues decide ntoot contests, one Lib- eral and three' Conservatives are ap- are deferred more. -Kemp Went Down. The Ontario Ministers V go; back triumphantly, of the Tory British Cbhimbia elected. iNEW Cons., 500 Conservative fain. VANCOinfER-Cowan, Cons., larfi oaajority, a oCnservative gain. COM., B :naj., defeated Hon. Win. man. leaders are beaten. Even East To- ronto has turned down A. E. Kemp in favor of an Independent. Sir Wilfrid Happy. Quebec. Oct. Wilfrid Laur- ier, seen at the Chateau Froritenac, where he received the results in his rooms, said he was delighted with the result. He was bubbling over with good humor, and was particular- ly iater sled in the returns from Ontario, which seemed to give him 'great pleasure. Sir Wilfrid was ask- ed to send a message to the electort of Canada, and while he felt inclined to do so, .a-sked to hay.- the matter If ft in abeyance-until tomorrow, when he result of the election would be complete. Personation and Perjury. Winnipeg, Man., .Oct. evidence of and parsonation in the Winnip g campaign were brought to light yesterday afternoon, when throe men were arrested and lodged in_ the Rupert St. station. Two are charged with, personation and one with perjury. On arrest was made at the instance of one of the deputy returning officers, .and the prisoner is with attempting to personate Ernst B. aV.o'ne of the north md polls. At a lak- hour kst night the magistrate was. brought to the ajjd accepted, bonds to tie of each, from'the prison- ers Geo. McKay and A. j." Norquay, Vel easing the man-on bail, ALGOMA. WEST-Gibson, Lib., re- port, d elected. BRANT-Hon. Wm. Paterson, 300 maj. G. P. Gra- ham, Lib., 200 maj. BRUCE, NORTH-Tolmie, Lib., elocL'd. BRUCE, J. Donnelly, Cons., elected; a Conservative gain. Cons., elect- ed. "CENTRE TORONTO-Bristol, elected. DUNDAS-Broder, Cons., 350. ESSEX, NORTH-Clark, Lib., 100 ESSEX, F. Suther- land, Lib.' ELGIN Cons. ELGIN, ..WEST-T. W. Crothers, Cons., 500 maj. E. NORTHUMBERLAND Webb, Lib., a Liberal gain. large majority.; TWO 88 maj. Ub. Lib YAMASKA-Gladu. Lib. Lib., Lib., THE PASS FOR A. B. MCDONALD Trank. Oct. The in. the Paw: diviftiota yesterday waa fol- low- Majority. Mac- Herron. donald. H. Me Frank M Lilh........23 Bellenie.....-3ft 2 Hillcrest 8 32 Blairmore M 11 108 62 9 Majority for Manitoba C. Sifton, Lib., Elected by large" majority. Campbell, Cons., defeated T. A. Burrows, by over 400.: LI in doubt. Shaipe, ona., probably 'Cons., 300 maj. 500 PORTAGE LA en, Cona., 400 Conserva- tive gain. alloy, Lib., 300 maj. Cons. Cons-, 500 maj. Cons.. 2.- 000 maj, BY ONE HUNDRED VOTES Reports, So Far, Indicate a Majority Of About 160 -Quite a Number Of Polls To Hear From Liberals Surprised At Vote In Medicine Hat and Taber Cons., UG. A. McMillen, Lib., 300 maj. GREY EAST-SprouJe, Cons, GREY, Lib., elect- id by 100 majority. GREY, Cons.- Conservative gain. HAMILTON, Barker, Ccns., 163 maj. HAMILTON, Con.; .a Conservative gain. HASTINGS, B. North- nip, Cons. HURON, Y. McLean, Lib., 'elected. HURON) Cons rva- liv'e, elected by 28 majority. Lib., 400. WEST-McCoig, Lib. A lib- eral gain Alberta Cona., about ,000 majority. F. Oliver, 88 majority, with 17 polls to hear from. 30 polls to hear rora Herron, Cons., has leas than 200 majority. RED Clark, Lib., lead- ng. Claresholm, Oct. rote hero yesterday was as ald, Liberal, Herron, Conierra- tive, 80; Harrinfton, Socialist, 14. Majority for Macdooald over Hrrron OxUwa, Oct. now Parliament is expected to be .called to meet on January ftth. The new- Speaker and Deputy Speaker will probably be Marcil. M.P. BonaventnT.s and 0. H. Intyro, M.P. for South Perth, Out. Up to four o'clock this afternoon the returns show that .the Conservative candidate, C. A. Magrath, is elect.d for this constituency. The polls so far heard from, chiefly in the south- western part of tho riding, gave him a lead of about 160 over Wt C. Simmons, the Liberal candidate. It will be almost im- possible for the outlying divisions to give Mr. Simmons majorities sufficient to overcome this lead. The results w.-re not without their aurprisea. Lethbridge city gave a majority of only 119 for Mr. Magrath which is.below what the Liberals con- cedtd and much below the majority .'xpected by the Conservatives. If Lethbridge was a surprise. Medicine Hat was a worse one on the other side. The Liberals expected to keep Mr. Mflgrath's majority there below on: hundred and the majority of 202 was a severe blow to their hopei of success. It remained for Taber, to provide the biggest sur- prise of Even the Conservatives conced.d a Liberal majority of forty while the Liberals expf-cted to nearly double that number. For some inex- plicable reason all calculatioa1? were upset, and Magrath got 56. The vote along the Cardstori. lin? and in that district was disappoint- STRATHCOS A McTatyre, Lib. Lib., elect d. CHAS. A. MAGRATH, Who is undoubtedly elected-M.P. far Medicine Hat District. 15 29 13. 1C 10 Saskatchewan ASSIXABOlA-Tariff, Lib., BATTLEFORIK-Champapie; Lib., leading. elected. Ind.-Ub. leading. MOOSE L'.b... 500 Cons., report ed elected. REG IN Lib., 500 maj. REOINA ClTY-fave Martin. Lib- eral 493 roaj. L'.b. Lvb., ment to both parties. Conservatives were betting that-Raymond and Stir- ing would give them substantial ma- jorities. .The former, however, gave a record Liberal majority of 61, while] Stirling came ahort by giving only 2. The usual Liberal votj in Cardston and in the surrounding towns was much reduced while the Conserva- tive vote in Mountain View was much larger than usual. In the north the C.P.R. irrigation engineers used thoir influence with their men for Mr. Magrath, and Glei- chen consequently gave a majority of 10 to the Conservative candidate. Th re are about 15 or 10 polls atill to hear from, Mr. Magrath's ma- jority may be cut down to between 75 100. Many reports of the liberal ex- penditure of mooey and disthbvtioa of boose on behalf of the Conserve- live candidate, arc- coming into the Lib ral headquarters. was no demonstration .in town. Although the Conservatives were confident of success, they did not risk a demonstration. At the Bijou theatre Mr. Magrath was asked to make a sjx-ech but he declined saying that th? eltction was not yet won. Therft was joy in the Liberal committeee rooms and the Herald office whore largo congregat- ed the of the Govern- ment although they wore disappoint- Vetna Ridge iarnes Mine. JasSano Bishop Island Bowville Boundary Creek 23 33 Burdette laldwell iardston Coaldale Colcridgo Coutta Diamond City Elkwater Finish Lake Glcichen Grassy Lake Groa Ventre Iron Springs Irviai Joseph burp Keho Kimball New Brunswick BV Lib. i37 Lib., a Lib- Lib., elected. KENT-0. J. Leblanc, KINGS-ALBERTMcAllister. Lib., defeat d-Gi W. Fowler. NORTHUMBERLAND Loggie, Lib. RESTIGOUCHK-Reid, Lib. ST. JOHN Dam.-l, Con. ST. JOHN'S CITY AND COUNTY Wm, Pugsley. "51 20 6 106. 11 43 5 6 15 137 15 24 10 21 eral, reported Michaud, Lib. Emmerson, Lib. Crockett, Cons. cLean. Lib- H. R. 19 40 25 32 T T ri ru Hi nit1 iuwi THE RETURHS. Lethbridge Mgrth. Sim. 84. Fire Hall 90 87 35. Ubor Hall A 86 53 85. Labor Hall B 82 60 96. Oliver's Hall 92 74 S7. Cen. School 139 fi6 83. Westminster Leavitt Little Plume Magrath Medicine Hat Milk River Mountain View Murray's Neidig 15 27 17 a u 18 19 20 14 School 85. Staff ordville 90. Peacocks 118 62 Totals.......733 614 Majority for Magrath M 3 33 22 IS 54 1 156 .119 S. 114 566 1 50 2 Provo 9 Raley 7 Raymond .73 Rubiiiriuii's KsiJeh Seven Persona Spring Coul.-e 2 Stirling 57 St. Mary's 7 Taber 113 Walsh 23 Warner Whites 18 Woolford S Woolcheater Woodpecker on TStcne 5 364 7 16 11 S 3 134 7 59 11 57 13 4 25 4 63 902 34 Conser- ative.gain. Lib., Liberal pain. and Prowse, Liberals, gains. This is a complete r.vrr-se aa in the former standing was Conserva- tive three, Liberals, one. Wm. Harty, Lib., 375. -...-I LANARK V LENNOX AND Wartman, Lib., Liberal gain. Cons., elected. MIDDLESEX; NORTH Smith, Lib., ,150 maj. MIDDJLESEX Lib., Cona. NIPISSING' Gordon, Conservative gain. 'Cons. 200.. NORTHUMBERLAND, 7. B. Lib., maj. N. d by 371 majority; a Conservative gain. _ ONTARIO, a Liberal gain. Wilfrid 31S majority. H. B. McGwerin, Lih., 163 maj. OXFORD, ;SOUTH-Sch rll, Lib., 93 maj. PEELER. Blain, Cons., 150 maj. PERTH, Liberal gain. PERTH, Lib... elected. PETERBOllO EAST 'Scxsmith Cons. A Conservative gain. PETERBORO, J. R. Stratton, 300 maj. PRLN'CE Currie, Lib A. Liberal gain. ,RAIXY RIVER-Conmee, Lib. RENFREW, Con., 500 maj. RENFREW, Lib., GOO maj. Chas. Murphy, Nova Scotia W. Pickup, Lib., 250 inaj. ANTIGONISH-Chisholm. Lib., 36 maj. CAPE BRETON, zie-. Lib., 18 maj. CAPE BRETON, Cons, Conservative gain. COLCHESTER-John 1 65 majority. Stansfield, CUMBERLAND-Rhodes, Cons. 131 56 10 14 Cons., Conservative %ain. Lib. L. Borden and A.B. 15. Crosby, Cons., olcctod. Conservative 5, gain. 2J R. BUck, Lib., 28 maj. INVERNESS-Chisholm, Lib., maj. KINGS COUNTY-Sir. F. W. Bor- 20 Lib. LUNEXBURG-A. K. McLean, 16 Lib., 371 maj. 3 Lib., 30- Lib.. SS3 maj. 2 W. 8. Fieldmg, Lib., 400 maj, 597 432! B. Law, Lib., 780 Lib., leading by 375. SIMCOE, Cons., electcd.r-a Conservative gain. SIMCOE, Cons., 366. SIMCOE, EAST-M. Chew, Lib.; 300 maj. L SIMCOE 56 raaj. Conservative gain. STORMONT-Smith, Lib., 200 Liberal gain. TORONTO, NORTH-Hon. G. E. Foster, Cons. TORONTO, Cons. TORONTO, Ind.- Cons., A. E. Kemp, th; lato Consen'fttive member. TORONTO, B. Osier, Cons. WATERLOO, King, Lib., 251 Liberal gain. WATERLOO, SOUTH-Clar-, Con., 350. M. German, Lib., 700 maj. WELLINGTON NORTH Martin Lib. Magrath's majority........ 165 maj. WELLINGTON, SOUTH-Guthrie, Lib. 500. VICTORIA AXD H A LI Hugfccs, Cona. YORK, COM a Conservative gain. YORK, Conservative fain.-, v ;