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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK IJiitlBUiJMJlS Saturday. Scomber 23, I1H1 After Supper Sale 7.30 to 10 p.m. To-night we will have on sale y 100 pairs of Grey Wool Blankets These are heavy wool blankets, weighing 5 to 6 Ibs per pair. Regular price To-night's Sale Price No Phone Orders Accepted Bawden Bros. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Hull Block 3rd Ave. S. RESULTS IN CONSTITUENCES ELECTION NOTES B. C. Toriei Nason. B. C, Sept. as tonight give Mariln Burrell, in Yale-Cariboo, 1100 majority with many polls yet to hear from. In Kpotenay, A. S. Qoodere, Con- has 1000 majority with -jev- era! polls to hear from, which will hie majority. Loie Comox-Atlin Vancouver, Sept. ection in 'Comox-Atlin is conceded with eight polling plac-es to hear from. Score Clements. Con, 1061: Ross, bib, 78S. ROEM had a lead in Princ-i Rupert City with 307 votes as apilnEi Clements 226. Cle- li-ents won on Vancouver Island. Liberal Win. Qu'Aptelte, Sept. polls out of 103 give Thompson. Lib, 3M7: Con, 3044; majority for Thompson 383. Four oolra yet to hear from gave Liberal majority of 72 at latt election. Martin's Big Vote Regina, Sept. polls out of 146 give Martin. Lib, 5261; Cowan, Con, Ilia: Fletcher, Ind, 570; ma- jority for Martin 1409. Another Conservative New Sept. Lib, 1S92; Taylor, Con, 3151. Bennitfi Big Lead Calgary. Sept. latest fig- ures in Calgai-y ai's: Benr.-att 7600: Masters 732: Van Wart 47S2; ten polls yet to come. Bergeron Has Montreal, Sept. returns tonight confirmed the Import that the Conservatives had won two more seats in this province than they were last night given credit for. ID Bell'j- chE'jse Talbot is -elected by a major- ity of 26. his successful opponent he- ing O. La-ralle, while in the elec- tion of more Liberal candidates, Papineau in Beauharnois, and W'ihiori in Laval, is doubxful, as their oppon- ents, J. H. G. Bergeron and J. E. Leon- ard, claim to have discovered errors iu trie returns made last night Conservatives Gaining Porcupine, Ont., Sept. returns from the Dome Mines and Aura add to the majority of Bralth. Con. Thy total now is 175, while Sandy FallB is not yet heard from, but there are only forty vot-ars there. Cljrk'l Big Majority Red Deer, Alta., Sept.' Jl. Clark, Lib., leads -lire Red Deer con- stituency by .1184, with forty polk to hear from. Burden's Majority Montreal. Sept. L. Borde was -elected in Halifax by twenty- five majority. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Party with cash to join good .farmer In handling large dilry, hog and colt on 320 acres ir- rigated land close to Lethnridge. 120 :icrw in. alfalfa. 100 .acres blue joint hay, balance stubble. I know the production of this farm well. Have worked on It this last Can furnish ref- as to ability anri reliflbil- itj'. A snap. Apply to Tim.-Box Lethbrldge, Alberta. COWL BRAND' (I SECRET PROCESS GOODS CARBON BLACK ELASTIC Etvlje Mttt tl M waterproof in cowitcncT "1Bt it wiltcaevtually ilop Icnkf in dwriptta, will not efMk it or in intnmer. CMWVN OIL W ALBERTA Medicine A. Buchanan, Lib, majority, partial returns. A. Magralh'a majority last election j 352. Liberal gain. I Warnock, Lih, 577 'mnjorliy .p.irllal returns. John Her- 1 ron's majority last clwllon 303. Lib- eral fiitin. B. Flennfll. Con, 3.000 majr-i-ily. M. S. MrCarthy's majority lasl election 6S7. 'No change. Red .M. Clark. Lib, re- elacted, majority 1IM; lasl majority Krank Ollvjr. Lib, larse majority, i-e-elecifd: la-Jt major- ily, H. White. Liberal, re- elected, last majority 370. .1. M. Dou.tlaf. Lib, re- elwlwl. large majority: elected by ac- clamatlon in 1900. SASKATCHEWAN lawn returns give Tiiriff 13-iJ Several rural polls ;o hear from: michr.nf.ed. Reoir.a-Martm. Lib, UCJ major- ity with 3S polls to hear from: un- changed. noils sive Liberal, 1324 majority: uu- chansvd. polls gne McCraney pot'.'i give Thompson. Li'.', 155.majority. Flttwii poll-; still mireportsd give Liberal majority of 4fi in last election. Lib. ,boldt__Ur Neeiey, Liberal, re- Thos. JlcNutt, Lib, Moose E. Knowles. Lib, re-e-lccted. Prince McKay, Con, elected. Con. Lib, re- elected. l QUEBEC 1 H. Parley, Con, 555 'majority re-elected: last maj. 259. E. Marcil. Lib, 107 maj, last maj. 333. H. E. B-aland, Lib, last majority 33S9. i J. Papineau. Lib, ire-elected, defeating .1. H. G. Ber- geron, maj. 36: .test maj. 29. f O. E. Talbot, Lib, re- i elected, illi: last maj. 1361. l A. Barrette, Con, elert- llo: election A. Ecrement, Lib, 265. Con. gain, i Chas. ..Marcil, Lib, re-elected by 000: latt maj. 1262. j H. Bater. 'Con, 'erected by 11: last election Hon. Sydney i Fisher maj. -104. Con. gain. Chambly and riain- Iville, Con, maj. 17S; last election V. JGeoftnon. Lib, 834 gain. B: Blondin. Con, n'.aj. 400. re-'alected: last maj. 93. i Forget, Con, re- elected. iiSO maj.; last maj. 200. B. Brown, Lib, re- elected, 43 maj.; last maj. 305. Cromwell, Con, wted, 124 maj.' Last election A. B. I Hunt, Lib, maj; .Con. gain. i Sevigney, Con, ma- i joriiy 47. Last election J. A. E. Roy, I Lib, 163-maj. Con. gain. 1 Drummond-Arthabaskaviile A. Brouillard. Lib, maj. 217. Last erec- tion A. Gilbert, Nationali-jt, maj. 207. Liberal gain. Coderre, Con, elect- ed by 151. Last election L. A. Rivet, Lib, maj. 1S5. Con. gain. A. Robb. Lib, re- exacted, 151 maj.: last maj. SO. D. .Monk. Nat, re-elected. 1209 maj.; last maj. 973. P. O. Ooullbault, Con, 135 maj. Last election J. A. Dubeatl, Lib. maj. 322. Con. gain. Lapointe, Lib, re- maj. 90: last maj. 814. and A. Lanctot, Lib, re-elected; 163 maj.; lEiri maj. 3f4. A. Sesuin. Lib, re-elected. maj.: last maj. 5S2. Achin, Con, maj. ISS. Last election, C. Major, Lib, 1327. Con. tjain. A. Wilson, Lib, re-jlected Last maj.. 69. Bourtiafca; Lib, -elected, 3QO maj. Last election' L. A. Carrier, Lib, 1205. E. Pallet. Con, 4 maj, reflected. .Last maj. 165. Fortier, Lib, re-elect- ed, last maj. SIS.. VerviilE, Labor- Liberal, resetted, 200: last majority 4421. Belleiuaire. Con, 111 maj. Last election, II. Mayrand. Lib, 333. Con. gain. Pacauri, Lib, last ma- jority 439. No change. -A, Lafortime, Lib., re-elect-ad 137 mal.: last mnf. 176. V. Cnn, 521 maj. Lnst election C. Roy, Lib, ISS maj. Con. gain. Montreal, 5t. B. Ames. Con, re-elected. lr.ut maj. S42. Montreal, St. James L. A. Lapointe Lih, 1629. election Lib. maj. Montreal, St. Bicker- dik-e. Lib, re-elected, maj. 10.19; last m.lj. S55. Montreal, St. Martin. Lib, maj. 700: last maj. 569. Lamarche, Con, Hi' maj.: last election Lib. maj. 666. Col Fain. H .Rrabazon. C'on. maj. t'OO; laii election Ci. F. llodglns, Lib. 744. Coll. S. nelifle. Lib, re- elected. maj.: last m.ij. 275. Quebec Lltlirler. (acclamation.) Quebec A. I.ei'hauiv, Lib, re-elrcl'fd, 591 maj.; last maj. 914. Ouebec Power. Lib, raaj'. -17; lasl election W. Price-, Con, 1C. Liberal gain. Quebec P. Ptltellr-r. Con, '_'335; las-; election. J. P. Tur- colte. Lib, 1-lti. Con. sain. Cardin. Lib, maj. 350: Ia-3t election Lih. 1020. W. Twain, Lib, 400 maj, re-elected; last maj. S39. Boulay. Coil, 357 ma- ijoriiy; last election Lib, 5S9. Con. jgain. I R. I.euiieuv. Lib, 2fi5, last election, acclo- J mation. St. .1. llautlilor, Lib, jmaj. 1300. re-elected: last maj. 557. St. Uemcrs, Lib, 139S maj, I.i'J, 37 maj, re- telected: last maj. 360. I McCrea. Lib, elect- Jed. Literal i Wilfrid Lander, Lib. maj. Liberal .sain. K. Lovell, Lib, 155, re-clecleri. I Tsmiscouata C. A. Galivereatl, Lib, 4SO maj, re-'-'lecleil. P. Xanfol, Con, I 300, re-elected. Three P. Norman, Nat, 1200. Nat. gain. Two Ethier, Liberal, ac- clamation. Boyer. Lib, 213 maj, re-elected. R. Devlin. Lib, 360 maj, re-elected. Lib, re-elected. NOVA SCOTIA W. Pictup. Lib, re- eleoi'etl, majority 23. Last majority Chisholm, Lib, re- elected; last majority 20. Cape Breton D.. McKen- ?.ie. Lib, re-elected; last majority 17. Cape Breton F. Carroll. Lib, majority 200. J. W. Madden'i majority last -election 225. Liberal sain. Stanfield. Con, majority 643. re-elected; last major- ity 115. j N. Rhodes, Con, re-elected, majority 250; last majority 430. Jameson, Con, I'-e-eiect- led, -'73: last majority 131. I 11. Sinclair. Lib., re- (elected, majority 2CO: last majority ;205. I L. Borden, Con, re- elected, and Dr. Blachader, Last election Borden majority 1751, and A. B. Crosby, Con, 692. Lib- Ural gain. D. Tremaine, Con, elect- ed 40. Lasl election Dr. Black, Lib, majority 133. Cons'arvative gain. Chisholm. Lib, re-elected by 96. Last majority 1541. D. Foster, Con, by 227. Last election Sir F. W. Borden, 491. Con-servative gain. D. Stewart, Con, sleeted by 300. Last eteeilon .1. D. Sperry, Lib, 267. Con. gain. .M. Slacdonald. Lib, 230, re-elected. Last majority 295. Kyis. Lib, re- elected 300. Last majority 240. B. McCurdy. Con elected 130. Last election Hon. W. S. Fielding, majority 342. Con- servative gain. NEW BRUNSWICK St. John J. W. Danwil, Con, -13 majority; unchanged. Michaiid, Lib, 1553 maj.; unchanged. H. Emmerson, Lib, 70 majority: unchanged. S. Crockett, Con, 1000 majority: unchanged.. B. Carvell. liiberal. 22 majority. A. Hartt, Con, 271 majority. Con. gain. Turgaon. Lib, 200 Kinoi and W. Fowler. Con, 271 majority. Con. gain. .1. Robitioux, Con, 200 majority. Con. gain. S. Louie, Liberal, no majority given- Unchang- ed. Reid. Literal; no majority frivon. Unchanged. McLean, Lib., 239 majority: unchanged. St. John Win. Pucpley, Lib, -16-1 majority: unchanged. ONTARIO Aljoma Con, 64 ma- ority. reflected. Algoma Con, 500 ma- iority. re-elected. Con, 20U majority, -on. cain. Brantford Cockshutt, Con, 200 maj. Con. gain. Con, SOO maj. G.A.Delany CHOICE MEATS Phone 452 Cordon. Cnn. 100 maj, Norlhumbtrland Eait Miuwn. 'on, I maj. Con. gain. Northumberland Wett Walter. 'on, unchanged. Ontario North Con., maj.. Ontario Smith, Con., "MI maj. Con. gain. Con., ]I12 majority. Con. gain.' Coll.. fi41 majority. Con. gain. Oxford Con., 6 maj. Con. gain Parry Con., maj. 400, reflected. Coll.. majority, iv- elected. Perth Con., 250 maj. Con. sain. Perth Con., 71 maj. Con. sain. Peterboro Burnham, Con. 800 600 maj. Con. gain. Peterboro Con., S3 maj. Con. gain. Prince Con., 25'? maj. Con. gain. Renfrew Con., liOO maj., re-elected. Simcoe Con. major- ity 300. Con. gain. "Simcoe Con., 2uO maj., re-etected. Simcoe Con., ISOO, re-elected. Con., 120 maj. Con. gain. Toronto Con., re-elected. j Toronto Con., -3S9 maj., won from Russell, Ind, Liberal, j C'on. gain. Toronto E. Foster. Con. 3IMS maj., re-elected. Toronto Con., 2331 maj., re-elected. Toronto .B. Osier, Con., 9R5 maj., re-elected. Victoria and Con., maj. Con. gain. Waterloo Con., (TO maj. Con. gain. Waterloo Con., R50 maj.. re-'alec'fed. Ind. Lib., by ac- clamation. Wellington Con., tlO maj. Con. sain. Con., iOO maj. Con. gain. York Con., major- ity 448, re-elected. York Con., Tli maj.. Con. gain. York Con., 2-100 maj., re-elected. Con., major- ity 121. Con. gain. Bruce rk, Con., 02 maj. Con. gain. Bruce Con., maj., re-elected. Con, 1000 maj., re-elected. Con., 1001) majority, re-elected, Con., 075 majority, re-elect'5d. Con., 517 tnnj., re-elected. Elgin Con., 100 ma- jority, re-cl-ccted. Elgin W. brothers, Con., j So6, reflected. j Con., 2fiO jorlty, re-elected. Con., iUO ma- jority, ifl-elected. Con., .1200 maj., fj-elscted. Gray Con., 1-00 ma- jority, re-elected. Grey Con., InO mnj., re-elected. Grey Con., 17 nitijor- Con. gHln. Con., 500 maj., re-efccled. Con., BOO maj., re-elected. Hamiltcn Con., mf-j., Hamilton Con., 1200 re-elected. Con., 1000 maj., re-elected. Mattlngi Con., 1200 re-elected. Washday Troubles Vanish The E.B.Eddy Co., Limited Hull like mist, bei'uru simsliinu, if you use one of EDDY'S WASH BOARDS The Boards with the labor-saving crimp. Eddy's Wash Boards are Strong, Solid, Durable and Well-finished; with a crimp in the Zinc that is easy on you and your clot lies. Insist on getting (he following 2 in I, 3 in 1. Special Globe, aud Eddy tsniall sizej. A.I. All Hood 0 roccrs. Huron Con., KIT maj. Con. Huron Con., :iOO maj. C'on -sain. Huron bawls, Con., 100 maj., re-elected. Con., 733 maj. Con. gain. Lambton East Armstrong, Con., oTfi maj., re-el'aclcd. Lanark Con., 15i) maj., reflected. Lanark Con., 1000 maj.. re-elected. Con., 1100 majority, vc-elecied. Lennox and Con.. L'OO maj. Xo chanse. Con., 1200 ma- jority, i-2-elcct.ed. Beatiie. Con., ISS maj., re-elected. Middlesex Bison, Con., Snl maj., re-elected, Middlesex Lib., ISO maj.. Middlesex Con., maj. Con.1..gain. Eftiex Lib., ITa maj. re-'jlected. McMillan, Lib., 300 maj., re-elected. Kent Lib., 'JISO mnj., re-elected. Kent Lib., 25 maj., reflected.. Mb.. 250 maj., re-elected. Lib., US maj., Liberal gain. Oxford Lib., 237 maj., re-elected. Oxford Coil, ft maj. Con. gain. i Lib, 'SOO maj, I'e-elect-stl. Chas. Murphy, Lib, 1000 maj, re-elected. Wellinoton Guthric. Literal. 693 maj, re-elected. PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND Con, -100. reflected. Lib, 100 major- ity, je-electcd. Con, 300 maj. Con. gfilll. BRITISH COLUMBIA Conserva- tive. majority. Vancouver Stevens, Coilwrva- li.'-', 6.775; Senkler. Liberal. Kingsl-ey, Socialist, 493. Conservative pluraiKy, Victoria Barnard. Cmserritlie, Temuleman. Liberal, Brown, Socialist. 291. Conservative -IS4. New Westminiter Taylor. Con- t'jrvatlvc. 2.BS6: Oliver.-Lib-aral. 1.087. Nanaimo Sheppard. Conserva- tive, Sniith, Liberal. Kootenay Ooodeve, ConcervaMve has with sev-aral polls hear from, which will increaw his major- Ity. Comox-Atlin Prince Rupert gave Ro-js (Liberal) IK9 majority; Sheeua. Rave him 192. but Vnncouv-ar Island went to Clem-ent. who probably won making a solid delegation of seven Conservatives from British Co- SUMMER ALL WINTER Keen the ho.uso warm and you will KS.VK t.he expcnee of a trip in winter; yon will keep all your family together and in son health. To do this yon will need the Mot. Water Heating System, nnd for economy, efficiency and regularity yon will want a Hot Water Boilers It allows you lo fltiwei-s in bo.usc and comfort the j-onr rnunrl. UK flre'wx absorbs all Ihe hc-U into tlie walcr. Biul there is no chaniK or a dull fire through an nccuiimUtion o( cllnkerp. Owinp to special connlructlon i-'.ie hcnl K all kept In the holier; this cms your conaitlerahly. The non-lenkinf pMih-nlppli; joint and other arguments we win gladly tell you about If you write us for further information and hcnkld. We ilio carry in stock a complr-tft line of plumbing material.. METALS, LIMITED EDMONTON. I.ET.HBRIOOE. ;