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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednendiy, September 27. I nit. THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HKKALP Tage 3. We htvc been appointed agents for Lcth- "bridge district The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and Advisory this city, so that loans can be but through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents on water Terms. R. V GIBBONS CO. A UD1TJ.ON Lots 1 to 10. Blk. 211 J2ilO each Lots 1 to Blk. 28 Lots 25 to HO. Blh. 10 IxitB n lo 12, Blk. 1-4 Ixits :is to 40. Blk. IK Lots 19 and 20, Blk. 6 each .each each satin pach MOO oacli Wilkie Kerr fHONE INSURANCE AND COAL HULL BLOCK. Next. A.R. I. Office.. FOR SALE 7 roometi fully modern Avc. Price 14200. Apply furnished house on ]2tii Street Jl.OOO cash will handle. N.B. PEAT CO, and Inturance Lethbridge Financial, Real Estate Macdonald Blwk W. R. DOBBIN, Affant fw Avery Machine Co. 119 Lelhbridge, Alia SPOKANE SURPRISED AT RESULTS OF ELECTION Opinion Expressed by Several Men Who are Well Known in Alberta-Various Views LOOK THIS UP Lots 34 and 35. Block 26, Duff Addition, near Queen Victoria I'ark, sewer, at the pair. and Spokesman iit'vjew) Tlie defeat of Premier Wilfrid I'ittirier and the Liberal parly at th'J general election in Canada was a surprise lo utmost every Spokuno re- sident who had been J'" inter- est in the contest. Thy fact that bol- ter odds throughout Canada ruled around 2 to 1 in favor of Liberals securing a majorily of at least in the new parliament, led most people to regard the Cont-smulvc campaign, ontsirt'o or the province of British Co- lumhia, as a forlorn hope. "One resul'l of (ho inaction will bo to greatly tho of thy Canadian Pacific railroad and to depress cori'aspundingly the prestige or Ih'e (ji'and Trunk f'acific ;nid pos- sihiy thai of HA; Omidian The New Wholesale District I own several bargains n Warehouse Property in the new wholesale district with or without private spur See me at once if you want a bargain T C. I'. Umlsloy, of Liinlsloy l.roll.ors, yesterday. i "When congressman siild that the j American ttnj; should fly yver (lit1 en-i tire Xorlh America.; coiitir.vnt ihey j said soni'oJliiiit; wliic-li did not ayrcc; well with tlic Canadians.'' continued S._____ _____.__ J___l_ Mr. l.fndaley, "and it is my opinion i surh speeches had much lo do the result of the election. I have J think that Canada, at least -..lie West- uivju in Canada a great ik'al 'during el'" derived tli-e a m nu ut of had ret'i- proniy carried." Carter Predicted Defeat "Tliu result of tl.v jicneral oler- Uon in Canada did no; nr.irh S. MACKENZIE Dealer in Farm Implements Mic last, few and Keen: a strong- fuoli'is n.'i- ti.-a rei'ijmic- ily plan helny tfivoa ;i iryout. I iim keonly disajinoinitid that it, did no', carry." Wanted to See Test M.ide 0. Calflwoil. Jiii'rul Kiii.'orititi. line." Maid Ji. .1. Curler, broihcr n; live said Andrew Uidlav.-, --.hs well kaov-ti tiaml llnihvay, Liglu coal mine promoicr ;uirJ operator, at iiar-y, v.-lvj is in S hiH uftk-o in UK; Columbia bnildiny. HMJIU.II coim.-nr "The policy of I lip new Klcutric Li'-Ii.' will, be fully ii? lavoraliic elation, said: "I to railroad tMiterprlfs in p.encml as 'laft'a roUnroehy was thai af the old Liberal govern- ppijvs !o sucli fi mc'iit." put. in actual prai A. S. re Vet1 ted yf-erday pencd jsnd jjivcn a t as memlsr of Dominion nurtli." fK-.-n-ls, name who m cm from Kootcnay. will ('-rtaiiilv u jm siunGf-Mi F01I SALK That most ilesirablo 7 roomed, fully inoderu bungalow, standing on two b'iil 13th St. South (Westminster Terms arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE WE HAVE JUST LISTED ONE OF THE BEST BUILT NORTH OF THE TRACK ON TERMS ANYONE CAN HANDLE. Owner forced to as he leaves for the Old Country in one tnonth. House was built by an architect to live in. cash; balanuo lo suit North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 536 Sly 111 iji of the- bil1. the election recip .lay'r, f'o a til' tite new said il. if. ni {Vie b 'xerare house of Sharp and Irvine, al his In ilir. building. (dirj." is :i reslilvnl oi' cl' whirji j' No! Affect he was formerly mayor, and is mi-' f usually v.-el! posind on tile of Hruish t'o'nm'HH, and snore ospcc- iully of ihe in tenor nl -tiie fiict Mini. Gri.isii C'.'inm'm lift icliiiiral a toil1.! of CW I i-er.ati'.'jii will malu- Mr. d'uudavtj of -ilin most members i of the new Predicts for Laurinr "1 will venture i Wilfrid Laurier ij; coiu- i ''roin to i i raid Gear-: A. Lcod. H wc'i iniiviiii nnn. SMJ-, Portland. Ore..' 'i'homas II- Barter, of .Mciuaiia. ii of ihe llslu. a! Kpoltanr. ycftci'diy. Almost i; t.r Ihe Port- lilp ml Piiivor Com- '-ln'Ru apo in New in com- wrih John liyan. president of Hun of tl.v iXurili-' AinalyaimH-od Copiier Cnninany. t iind I'owur AVTO- Iavan3d idwts. and ii ap- a should he Railroad Official Surprised A. Goodnow, asfiistarit to tL-e president of the Chicngo. .Milwaukee and Piiget Sound railway. have extAieding- iy to Canada, and I am sur- prised that th-e people did no-: take this vi-ev.-. I think that trade rHa- Mie conn-.rics LAURIER Congratulated Borden on his Earl Grey Banquet Oltmv.i, Eepl. esi. Many of mj have ii'.w .favored i out as il I dinner gtv- Ryan asiied Tom whnr he thought Cl1 tonieht the Itidcau Club, Sir o resiill. would, lie, and hp prcclici-sd vv'IFritl ''nurler anrl R. L. Rorden met Uboral Mr. Ryan i.-'ked I m un what theory expected it. >f he 'SeiMnieiH.'" Prices iio report lliiii ii.-j failure of Between- ucitv in Tiiurp iiave Iw oleclio-.i in iMimda will affwi lho i "The JKsimrel tJliisjow, is uy I'jui i j i of da. Di ill.-.! iho United St .'inadu ony ffli t.T us. over tic. of the United States." Lumbermen Were Divided us! the same is my that people general- tin said i" extreme nonlnvflstern part liiaiiitfMir of tlu! Washiiig'fon trying f.iil tti see ivlieri- j Pi'Ot'ity.'1 said Hondas Allmond, Ana- i'HMo for '..hf; j cort-cu. Wash., who is in Spokane, in itii Hie in ;uf-iendfiucu at the annual coni'eiilion sire both L'lcctric Light i do not sell al'd fower Association convention. v and do j "Kvon nmong who iiri'.'e i'i lightly wero snppOEcd to he Uie iliiii d'foj; not in- j'-'tronuest nppoaition lo the ;-uive- for the first limp since the Wilfrid extended his hcariy con- graiulations to the man who had ai last succeeded in defeating him at i tho polls. The two great rivals grasp- ted each others' hnnds cordially. Mr. j Horden e.xprt'ssed pleasure thai he I had won, and was evidently touched j by the cordiality of Sir Wilfrid's con- gratulations. Th-3 diner to Karl Grey WHS a fare- well given by the of the Cabinet. His Excellency Karl Grey have to the right of the chairman, with Mr. Borden sat at the right, of his Ex- cellency. Both premier and premier- L-i (he manufactur-! Sir Wilfrid Laurior. on his left. fl.ienre us. If rcciprueliy had carriyd! meut, sentiment .jiiid il. 'H-crsFor to l.oi'd t-'ttV-iTCPMEl; Wi'O IfMJq- ICMIS on HL-cciini of bis c.vfviiT1 arc to bj ruliovud "f Unit o" HIR vativoj nwitio Lib- eral V t; directed tiio qf Uomin- ion." Will Not Change Crntiltic-in "1 do not t.'u; lion change the the I !ia iVcsi ya'-.I i 1. N. Oilier, nf! .-C.T vifc-ir'aeJticnt rf iia" Coi'i an-J