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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta EXTRA The Lethbridge Daily Herald ________________________________________________________ i EDITION Volume IV. Lotbhfldya. Alta.. Thursday, Scplcnilx'r 21, Number 237 FI Fflrn RV LLLUIU Dl Results of 38 Polls of the Medicine Hat Constituency Received upJo9P.M. _- w v Lethbridge City Gives Magrath 77 including Staffordville and Medicine Hat 331-Biicnanan Got Big Votes in the South Country-Buchanan's Election Conceded Early in Evening-Country Poles Almost Unanimous in Giving Majorities to Member in Liberal Ranks CONSERVATIVES ARE LEADNG1 COUNTRY j With Half the Seats Heard From They Have a Lead of 12-Several Cabinet Ministers go Down to Solid for Going Conservative AT THE TIME OF GOING TO PRESS THE RETURNS FROM THE COUNTRY Afl.E VERY IN- COMPLETE. SEVERAL CONSTI- TUENCIES HAVE CHANGED THEIR LIBER- ALS WON A NOTABLE VICTORY IN NORFOLK COUNTY AND SO WON BACK DRUMMOND-AR- THABASKAVILLE, WHICH THEY fir.. John Con., e ected. Lib., electe_ Toronto All Conservatives elec1 ed, large.majorities. Con., electee i Con., elected. Lib., elected. Barclay, Con elect id. Stewart, Con., elect ed. Ontario Con., el ficted. Con., elected .large majority, probably Mac Donald'and Staples, Cons., leading by Toronto Con., el- octed. Con., leading 300, his election assured. and Blackadar, Libs., elected. Borden defeated. North Lib., elect- ed. Lib., elected. Lib., elected. Lib., elected: Quebec Lib., elect- ed. elected. ajid McCallum, Cons elected. Cape iBreton elected. Lib., elected. Lib., leading j by ilS 'majority. Lib., elected. Cape Lib., elected. Kings, N. Con., elected. Con., elected. West Coll., elected. St. Hyacintbe Lib, Lib., elected. Con., elected. ,f Con, elected. Con, elect- ed. Con, elected. North Con, elect- ed. Con, elected. East Con, elected West Con, elect ed. Quebec Lib, el ectad. Con, elected. Lib, elect- ed. West Lib, el- ected. LOST IN THE BYE-ELECTION TO THE NATIONALISTS, AND QUE- BEC WEST. QUEBEC IS GOING SOLID FOR LAURIER, WHILE ON- TARIO IS GIVING THE CONSER- VATIVES UNEXPECTED SUPPORT. HON. W. PATERSON AND G. P. GRAHAM ARE PROBABLY AMONG THE SLAIN, WHILE BRANTFORD, NORTH BRANT AND NORTH WEL LINGTON ARE ALSO LOST. Con, elected. KOOTENAY i Lib, elected. Lib, elector. Lib., elected. Lib, elected. Quebec Lib., el- tcrted. Con, el- ected. West Hoas, Lib, elect- ed. North Con, elect- ed. Victoria, Lib, elec- ted. West Con, elect- id. Con, elected. Con, elected. polls give Roche 100 majority. 1'ortage La polls JHeglmn 150" majority. Selkirk-T-Five polls give Bradbury 50 majority. Six polls give Ifailoy 10 majority polls give Sta- ples, Con, 150 majority. Lib, leading, 12 majority. leading by 35. Bouillard, elected. Richmond and Tobin, Lib, elected. Con, electee. North Con elect ed. West Con, elected. Lib, elected. Coj, elected. Lib, elected. North Con, el- ded. Liberal loss. Lib, beaten by Liberal loss. polls give Moiglren 300 iaj. Con. Con, elected. Con, elected. Lib. .elected, Con, probably elect- ed. S. Con, elected. Con, lead' ing 100 majority. Two Lib, elect- ed. Con, elec'ted. Con, elected. Soutll Lib, elected. Lennox aild Con, elected. York Con, elect- ed. Con, elected. polls gave Bennett, Con, majority. Lib, elected. Lib., elected. polls give Campbell Con, 13 maj. Victoria, places give Lib, 6 maj. Coal Creek New Fernie City.........335 West Fernie........20 Hosmer...........55 Michel SS King Goodeve SB MO WHITLA NEWS Our hall basement is about coi pleted. Now watch .the hall go i MACLEOD Warnock Herron Fulche 37 (i Coleman........us 51 22 Lundbreck......39 51 Cowley.........30 20 3 Hillcrest 31 31 U Cayley ;iii 32 v- Ahiersyde.......28 13 _1_ .Monarch .......48 t-'rannm........78 50 Rocky Coulee 1 niaj Prairie Valley IS 5 Frank..........es Macleod, No. 3 40 72 tJrewsters....... fl n Claresholm......107 (il Alberta Red 20 !l Star Line........18 S Macleod, No. 2 42 94 Plum Coulee...... 7 niaj. High Hirer W.....70 .ion High Hiver E. .109 86 Ureenleaf......15 Okotoks S....... Ii3 Okotoks, W......40 87 Nanlon.........97 M Macleod S.......11 25 Jumbo Valley 24 i; Kairview........44 4 Carmangay .....IS maj. Warnock Herron Fulcher IN KOOTENAY All but two small polls, places, Gateway and Crow's Nest in the Kootenay riding give King 155 majority over Goodeve. The re- sult will not be materially changed. HARMON VERY NON-COMMITAL Saskatoon Two polls give Mc- Craney, Lib, 30 maj. p.m., Liberals el'oct ed. Nova Scotia 9. New Hrunswick 4, Quebec 14, Ontario 2: Liberal gains. 'J. Opposition Xova Scotia (i. New Hrunswick 2, Quebec II, Ontario 2fi. Manitoba 1; Total, 40. Conservative gains 14, Xet Opposition gains 9. Antoiuo 'on., elected. Lib, 17 majority from four polls. pols give Greeuway, Lib, 100 maj. was defeated by 200 maj. Silling Lake, N. .1, Sept. man would run away from the presi- dency of the United said Governor Harmon, of Ohio, this af- ternoon, when asked if he was a Can- didate for the Democratic presiden- tial nomination. asked for a more definite an- nouncement, Govrrnor Harmon re- plied that he did not consider it in keeping with the proprieties of the governor's conference to drag in per- sonal political affairs. had not aUt'mled tile conference, he said, as a candidate- for any oflicc. SMALL FIRE WAS OUICKLY QUENCHED No. I fire brigade yesterday made a rapid run to the house of Mrs. Mc- Kay, corner of 1st street and 2nd IIVRIIIIC South. A small outhouse had taken fire, and had gained some lit- lie headway before being, noticed. The utllck response of the department saved the house from destruction, I uueuchliig the fire Ifefore it had much more than scorched fbe walls and fur- niture. vThieshing will soon begin in ea. fact, some of ihe rigs ar started up already. Bobbie Davis, representing Plunl ett and Savage, of Lethbridge, was i Whitla. on the 14th inst. Miss Lillie Adams, of Toronto, wh has been .visiting Miss. A. Carson, o this place, returned to Toronto las week. Miss Jr. Anderson an dsister, Mrs H...J. Corbett and daughter, Jllsa An ita, visited Carson on Sim day A. Ashton made a trip to Medicine Wat one day the past week. J. Carson, of Whitla, spent.one daj at the fair at Pincher, Creek.1 Born to Mr. and .Mrs. E. Gillette, a boy. Chris. Ashton is on the sick list his week. All' of the hoys around here are iretty busy with their guns, and all eem to be pretty lucky in finding he birds. A "dance was held at Miv Poore's, ouj.h of town. All report a good ime. Mr. Moore, expert for the Massey- Harris Harvester Co, was in .Wbitla n the 18th. Miss Leila Richardson, who has een visiting her parents, of this ty, went to Magratli to take up.a osition in the Bank of .Montreal. The concert, held by the L. T. L. as well attended ,and everyone ex- themselves as enjoying it ery much. The shower which passed Whitla n the 17th inst, brightened things i a little, if it didn't benefit crops ly, which are yet standing. C. C. McMulleu, representing Camp II, Wilson and Home, of Leth- 'bridge, called in Whitla on the 14th inst. Mr. Hicks, representing P .Burns, of Lethbridge, slopped in Whitla on the 14th. JMrs. Thomas is here from Iowa, visiting her aunt and family, but, will return to Iowa, the last of the week. The meeting held bore by .Mr. W. A, Buchanan, of Lethbridge, was w( 11 attended. C. S. I'ingle, ot Medicine Hat, gave a very talk on reciprocity. Mr. Buchanan did also, and both were applauded very fre- luently. The traveller for the Robin Hood 'lour stopped in Whitla one day last READY FOR MAGRATH FAIR RIOTERS WERE FINED: ONE SENT TO JAIL Sydney, ,V. S, Sept. liun- red and eight persons, who took art in tile riots in August, went. court today, and were fined from pound to four pounds each. The ecretary of the Federated Iron Vorkcrs was sentenced lo two lontbs at. hard labor for aiding tiro isturbancc. HE COLONIES' POSITION WITHIN THE EMPIRE London, Sept. Fisher, of Australia, discussing Canada's trade conditions, says lhat "the fut-1 lire rolallons of home and overseas'' governments will assume the widest latitude of freedom with lespcctivc slates, wilh Ilic affectionate bonds of freedom for Hid common good of all. The best parallel I can give is i the solar system1, where each planet has Its own untrammelled orbit, and Is n world of itself, yet is Indlssol- planet." Magratli, Sept. directors r the Agricultural Society are bend- ig every effort towards making the all Fair, which will .be held here lost Friday and Saturday, at the Ex- libition grounds, success. 'or the .past, month meetings have leeu held regularly every Saturday evening, and no stone will be left un- urned to make the fair this season a ecord-breaicer. Besides-being an agricultural -fair 1 first-class standing in the province, he exhibition association have made t a race meet of no small import- nee. This season a splendid race ard has been provided, which will, vithoul doubt, attract some fast bor- es from all over the province. The act that Magrath has one of the fin- st tracks in the Canadian West will e an Incentive to horsemen, and Ibis, i connection with the generous pur- es offered, will insure two good ays of racing, both harness and ruli- ng. Secretary Matkin has informed s that already a large number of itrics have ibeeu made for the races, id he expects many more. Another feature this season, as in le past, is the musical festival, hich will be held in the Assembly Hall on Friday evening. Liberal priz- es are offered for solos, quartettes, glees, etc. Also a grand choir con- test, in which several choral societ- ies will compete. This will make a fitting final to the festival. The lo- cal choir, under the direction of Prof. Johnson and .1. A. Rasmussen, are In excellent condition, and it is thought that they will make a creditable show- ing. But the great attraction lo most people will ,he the exhibition, itself. The fair here has made a splendid narne for itself all over the country, ind the directorate are determined bat this year will sec no deviation Tom that rule. To this end, they lave woVked untiringly together. There is little doubt, weather per- mitting, that their efforts will be crowned with a brilliant success. The I secretary, B. Matkiu, is deserving of {special mention, as the weight of the whole exhibition practically rests up- on his shoulders. But. Mr. Matkin is equal to Ihe task, lie has proven bis worth in this regard in the past. The grounds are being put in con- dition for Friday next, and all things will be in readiness for the opening 1 of the fair on that day. The people tor Magratli have taken it upon theni- r selves to entertain the fair visitors, and it is thought that there will be little difficulty in get.ting accommo- dation. Besides other attractions and sports, tile following list of races will be carried out: Half-mile dash, running race, best two in three heats. ?20. Quarter-mile dash, free for all, SIS, Half-mile da'.ih. free for all, thor- oughbreds barred, ?12, ?S. Half-mile pony race, 14.r- bauds ami under. Half-mile dash, for saddle horses, 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. 224. MEDICINE HAT RAIS. ED THE CONSERVATIVE HOPES [TEMPORARILY, GIVING THEIR CANDIDATE THE BIG MAJORITY OF 331. RAYMOND, CARDSTON AND BOW ISLAND, HOWEVER, OFFSET THIS, AND OTHER PLACES HEARD FROM EARLY IN THE GAME OVERCAME MAGRATH'S MAJORITIES IN THE TWO LARGE j Place 27 Diamond 14 3fi.lkJli.vcr Ooiitls .Riiymond...... Stifling......... Welli.no-......'.. 96 Bow Island CITIES, WHERE THE CONSERVA. TIVES' HOPES LAY THE SCENES IN THE LIBERAL ERAL COMMITTEE1 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 JORY 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 LIBERALS1 THE VICTORY. THE RETURNS FOR THE CON-' STITUENCY SO FAR ARE: BuchiniR .95 Pitchman's Nagnih's Migratk kajorit) lo 12 13 ion-yards barrel 811, Second Day Grand stock parade at One-mile, 2.30 pace, 2.25 trol, best two In three brats, Half-mile running race, three heats, lady riders, ?I5, (il Tnbe.1- 1.6 Warner 95 Winnifml 9'j Seven .Persons 9L .Coleridge Ill Finn's Lako 116 Bishop's 101 SulTield 100 Bowel I 24 Coaldalc 89 L-vmc...... 5 Cardsloa 99 Kcdclifr'c Lake 7 Xi in hall HJ9 Jk'dieiiic Hal; 103 Hal: KM Medicine Hat. 100 Medieine Hal: Medicine Hal 107 Medicine ILiI 108 Medicine Hut, II Mngrnili 49 Bassiino...... ('rowl'ooi 21 Tyi-rdl's Lnke 17 New .Dayton K) Haley 9 Coulee 8 Tavlorvillc.'..... 143 89 13 150 221 32 .63 '24 43 31. 22 15 (io 70 54 56 10 '9 53- 16 Q 72 U9 13 18 .17 -17 9 9 31 20 104 34 84 90 I Hi 116 100 11.8 39 37 J7 90 73 1! 78 72 19 45 7 16 91 36 43 4I! 44 63' 88 5 31 49 9 14 ;