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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ny, THE DAILY HERALD DfiPRICES CREAM Baking Powder Insures ligki, sweei, wholesome "food A purefream of Tartar Powder No Alurti RESULTS IN 1EDIE1NE HAT (Continued (ram front 4. 144 High field........, Iron Springs....... How vi lie......... Sundial Hosemoiul Lakes A olna, j.. Xewlamis........ HI nek Spring KVlio........... Ji rooks......... Walsh.......... She rbou. ni....... 48 35 35: 1 9 3 58 II .13 25 45 35 24 21 29. 17 8 Elk Waler i 30 ___ 14 :JO II JIT--_ t _____ "7 RESULTS IN CONSTITUENCES (Continued from Front Page.) NOVA SCOTIA Pickup, Lib., re elected, majority 28. Last inujoritv Ml. Chisholm, Lib., elected; last majority 20. Cape Breton IX.McKen- zie, Lib., re-elected; lavsl majority 17 Cape Braton V. Carroll Ub.T majprity 200. .1. W. Madden'a innjority 'last election '22u. Liberal go-In. Stsmfield, Con., majority 043, re-elected; last major- ity IIS. N. Rhodes, Con., re-elected, majority 250; last majority -JOG. L- Jameson, itJ eel, last majority 131. H. Sinclair, Lib., re- elected, majority 230; last majority -.205. L. Harden, Con., re- flected, and Dr. Bhickader, Lib., elect- vd. Last election Borden majority 751, and A. B, Crosby, Con., Lib- eral gain. D. Tremaine, Con., elect- ed -10. Last, election Dr. "Black, Lib., majority USS, Conservative gain. W. Chisholm, Lib., re-elected by W, Last majority ln-1-l. D. Foster, Con., by L'27. Last election Sir F. W.'Borden, 401. Conservative gain. D. Stewart, Con., by Last election .1. D. Kperry, Lib., 2U7. Con. gain. ai. Jlacdoiiald, Lib., 230, re-elected. Last 'majority W. Kyte, Lib., re- elected 300. Last, ma'jority -''40. B. j Con., elected 130. Last election Hon. j S. Fielding, majority 3-12. Con- servative gain. Algoma Con., GO ma- jority, rc'si-ected. Algoma Con., 500 ma- jority, re-elected. Con., 200 majority. Con. sain. Brantfcrd CocltsliuU, Con., 70.0 waj. Con. gain. Con., 800 maj., j'e-elected. Con. 100 maj., re-elected. Northumberland East JIusson, Con., 4 maj. Con. gain. Ontario 500 maj., re-ele'cted. V Ontario Smith, Con., maj. Con. gain. Con., 1112 "majority. Con. gain. Con., 041 majority. Con. gain. Oxford Con., maj. Con. gain Parry .Con., maj. re-elected. Con., L'50 majority, re- c feeted. Perth Con., maj. Con. gain. Perth Con., 71 maj. Con. gain. Peterboro Con., finu maj. Con. gain. Peterboro ham, Con., iiiiij. Con. gain. Prince Con., maj. Con. suin. Renfrew Con., 500 Toronto Con., 23SI) maj., won from Russell, Ind. Liberal Con. gain. Toroptp E. Foster, Gon maj., Toronto Con. 2381 maj., re-elected. Toronto ,B. Osier, Con., 965 maj., re-elected. Victoria and Hat Con., KiOO maj. Con. gain. Waterloo Con., 470 maj.- Con. Waterloo Con., C50 maj., re-elected. Ind., by accla- mation. Wellington1 maj: -Con.'gain'.: Coii., 200 maj. Con. gain, York Con., major- ity -HS, re-elected. York Con., 76 maj. York Con., 2400 re-elected. Con., major- ty 121. Con. gain- Bruce maj. Con. gain. Bruce Con., 105 maj., re-elected. Con, 1000 maj., s-olected. Con., 1000 majority, Con., majority, 'e-clect'sd. Con., 517 maj., e-elcct-ed. Elgin Con., 400 iria- orily, re-el-acted. Elgin W. Crotnera, Con., fiii, re-elected. Essex Con., 2fifl ma- jority, re-elected. Con., -100 ma- jority, i-3-elected. Con., 1200 maj., pa-elected.' (1 Gra-y Con., 1200 ma- Jorlly, reflected. Grey Con., 150 inaj., ra-elocted. Grey Con., 17 major- ity. Con. gain. Con., 500 maj., re-elected. Con., GOO maj.. re-elected. Hamilton Con., .1500 maj., re-etecled. Hamilton Con., "iiij., .i'e-electeti. Con., 1000- 'Hastings Con., ]200 Huron Con., 187 maj. Con. gain. Huron Con., 300 njiij. Con .gain. 'Huron Con., IliO maj.. re-elected. Con., 545 maj. Con, gnin. Lambton East Armstrong, Con., 375 maj., re-etected. Lanark Con., 155 niaj-. rc-alectcd. Lanark Con., 1000 niaj., re-elected. Con., 1100 majority, Lennox and Con.. -'00 maj, Xo change. Con., 1200 ma- SO G ros 102 Carlst.'iiU 140 TiHoy j 120. Oollliolme Eagle BuUo 82 Xe !5S 46 QiiecnstoAvii 94 MVhitla 21 .12 21 fc 35 15 14 McMillan, Lib., 300 maj., re-elected. Kent Lib., 250 maj.; re-ciectecl. r Kent 25 maj.j re-elected.; Lambton 7jib., 250 Ulaj., re-elected. Lib., 148 maj.. Liberal gain. Oxford Lib., 297 maj., re-elected. Oxford Con., "C maj. Con. gain. Lib., SOO maj., Chas. Murphy, 1000 maj.. Wellington' Guthrie, "PRINCE' EDWARD ISLAND ;Con., 400, re-elected. Lib., 100 majoc- ty, re-elected. Coll., 300 maj. Con. gain. CONMEEMAP I WITflBRAW Port Arthur, Ont., Sept. .'onmcc situation is considered by veryliody liunelcss. No one thinks ic vill run for parliament, but will j ;ive any claim lo the seal, rhich case Carrick will be elected cclamniittil. Intervicxved hinrsdf last night, he j LIBERAL CANDIDATE WINS IN OUTSIDE POLLS (Continued from Front Page.) At Con'iervative Headquarters III the Conservative camp lust even- ing tlie joy'Van unbounded Only owe dark spot appeared on the political horizon members of tho Bor- den partjvjand that was that Biich- ana'n was defeating Magrath at the polls of tlie M'ediciue Hat riding. The first returns from the city giv- ing Magratli-'a majority were gladly welcome'dT'blit-'even at that- some doubt was''expressecl as' to whether the majority-' -was sufficient, as fears were entertained on all sides con- cerning tlie-'rural district returns. When -the wirV-was read from Medi-! cine'Hiit of 327, the and anticsvqf !the crowd were 'laughable. When' about five minuted'later returns were 'given out from Cardstoii, >Xo. 3, Taber and other Bilchanan strong- liolds, there nothing.but "con- fused groans ;and murmurs to be heard. As the evening advanced and 'the eastern returns ktept coining fast, bringing .Conservative elections to ighgt, the crowds almost forgot the standing of the Hat riding, so elated were they with the gains of. the Conservative party. Toronto's solidity for Borden sent the hats in- to the air nnd mude cheers to re- sound. Such returns as Winnipeg, We Have What You Need -IN- Rubbers, Rubber Boots, Gum Boots and City Boots The Assortment is Values are Good Our Stock of OVERSHOES is Here Buy your winter supplies when you are getting your rubbers W, J. NELSON CO. said was in the Imnds 01 his friends. Mi1 is an Irishman, he says, and ilicreforc at liberty to change j miml, which is taken (o mean thai f ii" lie decides not, to continue the cam- he Will- withdraw. Per.sqnally, as "ar JIK lu; is comxrrncd, he conLin- unl, HIP fifrlit is still on. summary read showing 2fi Con- servatives and i) "Liberals rmurned, the meeting went batty entirely. At the reading of the ]9 o'clock sum- mnry, showing1 the leading by -8 seats, the crowd Celt entirely confident thfitXtho Laurier government was down and out. f Not. con tent with cheers only, the leaders procured a large photo of R. U Borden, and draping it with A flags, linns- it up. in a conspicuous spot. Furthermore, from time to tlpie there would bti reared above the scenes such catch sentences as "Are we or "The old cock may now-go home to and oth rs that called forth cheer aftei cheer from hundreds of lusty throatti When wires wore naa'd from Ottawa and Toronto acknowledging the over throw of the Laiirier administration, C. A. Miigratb, who up" to that time had b'scn sitting rather forlornly in the corner of the platform, rushed to the front of the stage and cheered lustily with the crowd, evidently for- getting his.own. dtefeat in the triumph of the partytto..which attach- ed. Till far into the night the" crowds ung around and very few eyes look- ed ns though they needed sleep, or needing it, were loath to go home rom the scene joy. The defeat of: tbe Conservative candidate was the great thorn in tWe flesh, ,aml many of ,'the jreople entertained that 'the rural returns might yetl'-boost -their beloved leader. -Nor do they this morning acknowledge defeat, -and it will only 'toe clear to hem'after every qn-e1 of the 18-1 polls ias been heard from, that Buchanan s at least the member, even though reciprocity is not to -bo the victor. ONTARIO AND QUEBEC MAKE MANY CHANGES (Continued from Front Page.) No doubt, some- of tlie defeated cabinet ministers will havo other con- stitneneies' oficrcd to them if they desire to seek scats, as their services to the country are too valuable to he dispensed with. One of the most regrettable phases of Uiii reverse is the apparent tri- umph nf the manufacturing interests and iJ.e inevitable continuance of a protective policy, because the capi- talists a nil manufacturers openly avowed that they were opposing--the government because tliey feared the Free Demonstration of TUXEDO GOODS Saturday Specials Italian Prunes at Peaches Crab Apples 50 Ibs....... Apples, 50 Ibs. ______ Bananas Per 25c Biicon, Per Ib. Mains', Per Ib. 'Creamery Butter Per Ib. Dairy Butter Per Ib...... Hipe Tomatoes, 3 Ibs. ,for. 25c 25c 35c 25c 25c -A Frosli Car of Groceries Jtisl, L C. TEEPLE PHONE 3RD AVE. cmovul of duties upon natural pro- nets would be fohowcil by an .at- tack upon this protection which Can- adian manufacturers have enjoyed for so many years. r However. Canada is now well on the highway Inward-greater prosper- ity, and it; is too big a country to be seriously injured in its .progressive development, by a mere change of government, nnii the government will noli dare In make anv radical change 'in the administrative policy of expansion and industrial progress that .has been promoted-by.the. ad- ministration (luring the Liberal rc- ginid This count! y is bigger than any party and will continue to grow itier responsible guvcinmcnt, and will CDiitinuc lo trndc wilh the'Unit- ed States and develop trade with the. Empire other country, where trado can bn carried on profitably and honorably maj., re-elected. jorlty. ro-elected. Slmcoe Con, major- Iteriltle Con., ISflS IIy 300. Con. gain. 'simcoe Con., 200 maj., re-ctected. Slmcoe Con., 1800, re- elected. Con., 120 niaj. t'on. gain. Toronto Con., 2121, maj., re -eleetad. Middlesex Coll., 85! mnj., ru-electcd. Middlesex Lib., ]3l) maj., re-eleclvd. Middlesex Con., SOO maj. Con. pain. ESECX Lib., J75 maj. reflected. C.P.R. AUCTION SALE ON AT I Important New Divisional Centre on the Canadian Pacific Railway Offers absolutely ihe most attractive Invesimerit and Business Combination of the year in Western Canada CORONATION is the First Divisional poinl cost of Lacombe. Engineers arc now locating two bnnmh Jinns nortli and novtluvcsterlr From Coronation nnd a third lino is projected southeasterly to conned with the branch running northwesterly from Swift Current. a Divisional Junction. Coronation is bound to rapidly become rom w urren. s'a vsona uncon. one of. the moat Important illBtrlhutlng and rommorclnl centres on tlie great now railway route from St. I'aul to Edmonton. An rarlv train service is assured as u-ack will reach Coronation from the west b3fore dale of sale. OflONATION is the Kirst Divisional poinl cost of Lacombe. Engineers'arc now -pv" O'you want to make a safe and profitable investment? You can do so at Coronation. r---- _..j I ja ijusiucfls announcement to business men. Coronation lots should quickly double or oven treble1 In value. Tlie of business waiting to bo transacted at this point, is enormous. Don't, overlook this opportunity. If you arc looking for a highly profitable business openinjr, yon cannot do better than select a location tion.' If yon cannot, attend the 'salo yourself instruct your representative to act reach Coronation from the west bafore dale of sale. for you. As an agricultural mnrket centre alone, Coronation is bound to develop, as Ilia'farming country in tbe vicinity is of tbe highest quality and wall settled, but with the additional advantages to Coronation us a Divisional ami .I.iincttonal centre, its rapid growth is a certainty. Lots will be Offered for Sale by Auction on the Site on Wednesday, September 27th, at Low, Upset Prices. Easy Terms of Payment. SINGLE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP from all points between Winnipeg nnd Cnlgnry to Castor, from where a special train will run to Coronation. This is n splendid opportunity lo sec soinu phnaes of Western growlh. Accommodation, meals, etc. provided at the towneilo. Combine business with pluasnre. Tills trip will prove one of your most profitable and Write to-day for Bulletin, Map of the Towiuite Full of Sale CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Winnipeg pleasurable excursions. Land Dept. ;