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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I EXTRA The Lethbridge Daily EDITION Volume IV. Letbbridge. Alta.. Thursday, 21., 1011. Number 23" Results of 63 Polls of the Medicine Hat Constituency Receivedunto 11 P. M. Lethbridge City Gives Magratli 183 including Staffordville and Medicine Hat 331--Buchanan Got Big- Votes in tne South Election Conceded Early in Evening--Country Polls Almost Unanimous in Giving Majorities to Member in Liberal Ranks CONSERVATIVES ARE LEADING With Half the Seats Heard From They Have a Lead of Cabinet Ministers go Down to Solid for Going Conservative AT THE TIME OF GOING TO PRESS THE RETURNS FROM THE COUNTRY VERY IN- COMPLETE. SEVERAL CONSTI- TUENCIES HAVE CHANGED THEIR ALLEGIANCE. LIBER- ALS WON A NOTABLE VICTORY IN NORFOLK COUNTY AND ALSO SO WON BACK DRUMMOND-AR- THABASKAVILLE, WHICH THEY St. John Con., e octed. Lib., erected Toronto Conservatives elect cd, large majorities. Con., etectet 'i Con., elected. Lib., elected. Barclay, Con., elect cd. Stewart, Con., elect Cd. Ontario Con., el ected. elected, Jargc majority, probably Mac- JJnnald and Staples, Cons., leading by 400. Toronto Con., el- ected. Con., leading by ,'iOO, election assured. and Blaekadar, Libs., elected. Borden defeated. North Lib., elect- ed. Lib., elected. Lib., otectod. Lib., filed, ed. Quebec Lib., elect- ed. Con., -elected. ami McCallum, Cons elected. Cape 'iBreton elected. Bon a Lib., elected. Lib., leading by H5 majority. Lib., elected. Cape Lib., elected. Kings, Con., elected. Con., chicled. West Con., elected. LOST IN THE BYE-ELECTION T THE NATIONALISTS, AND QUF EEC WEST. QUEBEC IS COIN SOLID FOR LAURIER, WHILE ON TARIO IS GIVING THE CONSER VATIVES UNEXPECTED SUPPORT HON. W. PATERSON AND G. I GRAHAM ARE PROBABLY AMON THE SLAIN, WHILE BRANTFORD NORTH BRANT AND NORTH WEL LINGTOM ARE ALSO LOST. Coll., elected ed. Champlaln Blondln, Con., elected Durham Thornton, Con., elected! Marciuette Ten 'polls give Roch 100 majority. Portage La Five polls Mieghan 150 majority. Five 'polls give Bradhurj JiO majority. Provencher Six polls give Mallo; 10 majority MacDonald Seven polls give Sta> pies. Con., 150 majority. N'eeley, Lib., leading, 12 St. Hyacinthe Lib., elected.' Lib., elected. Con., elected. Con., elected. Con., elect- ed. Coll., elected. North Con., elect- ed. Con., elected. East Con., elected. West Con., elect- ed. Quebec Lib., el- ccled. Con., elected. Lib., elect- ed. West Lib., el- Lib., elected. Lib., elected. Lib., elected. Lib., elected. Quebec Lib., ol tried. Con., el ectcd. West Lib., creel- ed. Con., elect- ed. Victoria, Lib., elec- ted. West Con., elcci- majority. .McKenxle, leading liy 35. Drunimoiid-Arthabaska Boiiillard, Lib., elected. Richmond and IT. Tobin, Lib., elected. Llinenburg Stewart, Con., electVju. North York Armstrong, Con., elect ed. West Burnham, Con., elected. Fourtier, Lib., elected. Forget. Con., elected. Wright Devlin, Lib., elected. North Clarke, Con., el- ected. Liberal loss. Brant Patterson, Lib., .beaten by 0. Liberal ioss. 32 polls give Meighen 300 iaj.. Con. Selkirk Bradbury, Con., elected. Lavelle Achim, Con., elected. Russell Murphy, Lib. .elected. Baker, Con., probably elect- ed. S. Clare, Con., elected. Strathcona Campbell, Con., lead- ing 100 majority. Two Ethier, Lib., elect- ed. Nantcl, Con., elected. Wright, Con., elected. South Wellington Outline, Lib., elected. Lennox and Addington Paul, Con., elected. York Centre Wallace, Con., elect- ed. ICidd, Con., elected. Ten polls gave Bennett, Con., majority. Ileauce Belaud, Lib., elected. I Laprairie Lnnchot, Lib., elected. Four polls give Campbell Con.. 13 inaj. Victoria, Alta. Three places give White, Lib., r, maj. Saskatoon Two polls give Mc- Craney, Lib., 30 maj. Prince Con., with l-t pols beard from gives him 225 majority. Coll., IKISO, Senkler, Lib., 3790, five small polls te hear from. South Lib., elected. New .elected. Con., elected. Con. gain. Con., lead- ing by 100. .lacciues Con., elect- p.m.. Liberal elect Nova Scotia .0, New HruiiKwick I, ied. Lib., elected. East Con., elect- ed. Con., elected. polls out of 34 give Uretenway, Lib., (JO maj. Liberal Sain. with about half of the iiolla heard from, Bleau, Con., has 40 11 aj. Con., elected, lefeating Hon. G. P. Graham. Con. tin. Weichel, Con., elect- id. defeated McKeuzie King, Three Rireiu and St. Maurice v'orman, Nat, elected. East' Hastings Northrup, Con., looted. Con., elected. Calgary polls, Ben fitt (M22, .Masters 54S. Vanwart 3025. Con., erected. South Con., clect- (1. Prince Edward Hepburn, Con., ec.t-eii. East Con., elected. Con., elected. elected over Bor- on, doubtful. South Con., elect-' 1. South Lib., elected. ,Con., elected. Edmonton pliv-er, Lib., elected, large majority. Con., elected. Con., elected. South Con., elected. North Con., Con., elected. ADD KOOTENAY Goodeve 22. U, Goodeve 35...... Lib., elected. Con., elect ed. Con., elected. elected. Red polls give McGilH- vray. Con., 600, Clark, Lib., 1209. Montreal (Si.. Anncs Division) Jlierty, Con., elected 11 P. M. At eleven odock -will 63 polls hoard from, .Bn clinnan Lad a majority o 385 and majority ii, election is conceded I lie Conservatives. The returns from whole country are not so good. The latest report is that 88 Liberals- and 125 Conservatives, but contracdictory reports lend to the belief that complele returns will al- ter this considerably The details of this re- iort by provinces are: Province Liberals Consers. Quebec 40 22 Ontario .14 69 Jfovn. Scotia 9 9 Tl _ 8 9 1 Manitoba Saskatchewan 8 READY FOR MAGRATH FAIR BUCHANAN IS ELECTED, AND IT DID NOT TAKE LONG TO FIND IT OUT., LETHBRIDGE CITY WAS A DISAPPOINTMENT TO THE CON- SERVATIVES, WHO GOT ONLY 77 OF A MAJORITY, INCLUDING THE STAFFORDVILLE VOTE, HIS MAJ- ORITY IN THE CITY PROPER BE- ING 224. MEDICINE HAT RAIS- ED THE CONSERVATIVE HOPES [TEMPORARILY, GIVING. THEIR Alberta P. E. I. Js, Col 11 inliia 0 1 I KOOTENAY MACLEOD Warnock Fulcher .Magralh, Sept. The T the Agricultural Society urb bend ing o'cry effort towards making the Kill Fair, which will bo held here next Friday and Saturday, at the Ex- hibition grounds, a signal success. For the past month meetings have been held regularly every Saturday evening, and no stone will be left un- turned to make the fair tins season a record-breaker. Besides being an agricultural fair of first-class "standing in the province, '.lie exhibition association have made t a race meet of no small import- moa. This season a splendid race aird has been provided, which will, vithout doubt, attract some fast hor- ;es from all over the province. The act that JIagrath lias one of the fin- al tracks' in .Canadian West will >e an incentive to horsemen, and this, connection with the generous par- es offered, will insure two good ays of racing, both harness and run- ing. Secretary llatkin has informed 5 that already a large numb-er of ntries have 'been made for the races, nd he expects many more. Another feature this season, as h lie past, is the musical festival will bo held in the Asscmblj lall on Friday evening. Liberal priz s are offered for1 solos. lees, etc. Also a grand choir con est, in which several choral societ will compete. This will make Uiug final to tire festival. .The lo cal choir, under tile direction of Prof Johnson and J. A. Rasmussen. are in excellent condition, and It is thought j that they will a creditable show- in Hut the 'great attraction to most people will be the exhibition itself. The fair here has made'a sphmdid name for itself all over the country, ami the directorate are determined that this year will see no deviation from iliat rule. To this end. they worked untiringly together. There is little doubt, weather per- mitting, that th'eir efforts will be crowned with a brilliant success. The secretary, R. Mntkin, is deserving of Coal Creek Now .Michel Fonlie City King Coodeve 30 Quebec 11, Ontario 2; Liberal gains, west Kterill Opposition Nova Scolla n, ispw llrunswlck 2. Quebec ft, Ontario 2.V Manitoba Conservative gains M, Net Opposition gains S. Mon I Antoine j 'on., elected. j llosnie ilicliol KING FOR KOOTENAY Coleman Ltlmlbreck Cowley.. Hillcresl Cayloy Aldersyde Monarch ttranum Hocky Coulee Prairie Valley Frank -Macleod, No. 3 Claresholm Alberta lied Star Line..... -MaclocMl, No. 2 I'lum Coulee High River VV. High Hivur 1C. llreanleiif Okotoks- S. Okotoks, Naulon .Macteod S..... mention, as the weight of the whole exhibition practically rests up- on hi-.s sliouldeis. But. Mr. Matkin is eitual to the task, lie has proven his worth in this regard in the past. The grounds arc lining put in con- dition for Triday and all things will be in readiness for the opening of lire fair on that day. The people of Magrath have taken it upon them- selves to entertain the fair visitors, and it is thought, that there will be little difficulty in getting accommo- dation. Resides other attractions and I sports, the following list of races will .be curried out: Half-mile dnsh, running race, best ttwo in hcnfs. Quarter-mile dash, for all. SIS. Half-mile five for all, thor- I ougbbreds barred. S12, Hall-mile pony race. I hands and CANDIDATE THE BIG MAJORITY OF 331. RAYMOND, CARDSTON AND BOW ISLAND, HOWEVER, OFFSET THIS, AND OTHER PLACES HEARO FROM EARLY IN THE GAME OVERCAME MAGRATH'S MAJORITIES IN THE TWO LARGE Place 27 Diamond City M Milk River.......: 15 Oontf.s 13 liaymond......... 13, Stirling-........'. Welling-....... 96 BOM- Island........, 61. Tabor......... .16 Warner 95 Winiiii'rod 93 Seven Persons..... Oolorido-e........ Til t Finn's Lake....... CITIES, WHERE THE CON8ERVA-' TIVES' HOPES LAY THE SCENES IN THE LIBERAL ERAL COMMITTEE ROOMS WAS ONE OF CONTINUED ENTHUSI- ASM, INCREASING EVERY MO- MENT AS THE POLLS KEPT PIL. IN UP A MAJORITY FOR BUCHAN- AN. THE LETHBRIDGE RETURNS CAST A GLOOM OVER THE FAITH- FUL GATHERED IN THE TORY' CAMP, AS THEY WERE EXPECT- ING MAGRATH TO GET 400 OF A'' MAJORIOTY. THE TREMENDOUS VOTE FOR BUCHANAN IN MOST OF THE OTHER POLLS SOON MADE THEM GIVE UP THE GHOST AND CONCEDE THE LIBERALS'; THE VICTORY. THE RETURNS FOR THE CON- STITUENCY so FAR ARE: Guchanan's Magnth's Buchanan feijralh uajnrity Majority 116 IJSishop's 101 SH f field JOO .Bowel! 24 89 Con 1 dale Irvine..... Cardston (Irassy Lake 7 Kinibail 109 Medicine Hnt I OS Tvlcdirinc Hal :I04 Medicine Hut .105 Medicine II a I Medicine Hal 107 Medicine Mai I 108 Medicine Hat 49 .'47 143 89 13 221 32 63 24 43 31 22 15 (55 :13 10 70. 54 73 55 CJ J49 13 1.8 17 47 9 9 31 13 20 104 34 84 90 I If! 116 1.00 118 37 17 90 73 11 78 72 19 45 -7 _ 4 Iti 91 5 Lib.. 47 majority j Kernie n C Sept from four polls. j returns" from nil p.ils give GrrWwiy i "olls Klvc Ub., 100 maj I Ooodovn (HUH. Maj. j for King Ml. was defeated In- I "laj- J .Illiuho Valley l''ail view Cunuiingay j under. SP. Half-mile H. dash, for saddle horses, K s i. i Con.. 5 major- I il.y with ft polls to hear from, f Dclisle, Lib., ulcciol. Con., elected. I0n-yard'j rac'.' Second Dsy stock jiarade at Oue-mile, pace. trot, best two in three heals. Half-nille rtilining race, Ihree heals, lady i-ldwra, ?I5, Ty r roll's Lak New Day I on linloy MS 1.23 104 32 !5 .17 (i 14 14 36 43 U 88 5 31 49 f) ;