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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD FKIDAY, NOVRMIWIt 1016 OF THE I I 204.599 ballots. P nfovTtiie pr'ccedirisweek In IS. ey. Mr su 1 to county tickets by If Demo he same speed that hasj 60'.lWO on jn. .narked it. their nominee wijl be m o fair way to sweep tiwaj big Kepnoii wilsoli wUl carry llliu- of the Herald more Btraw vote is as Total vote cast For "Wilson For Hughes For Benson................ Plurality for Hughes Plurality for Hughes last week Progressive Supports Hugh" Seattle Oct. J. Thomp-. son of Tacoma. progressive party no- minee for United Slates senator from Washington, today announced hli from the race and nis "04 539 will be furnished by the women.' "99153' McAdoo's Claims for Wilson 99S751 Washington. Nov. 2. Secretary 5.233 :McAdoo, who has .just returned from 7221 a campaign tour in the Middie West. i claimed New York. Ohio. Illinois, aud 3727i Indiana for President Wilson. From Wilson to Hughes Chicago. Nov. Chicago Daily News one of the greatest newspapers in the Middie West, whose editor nad publisher is Victor F. Lawson, has puuiiaiiKi 10 withdrawn its support from President Wilson and has declared for Hugnes. It supported Mr. Wilson strongly four I years aso and has tried to be frier withdrawal from the race ana nis intention to support Charles resins institutions cannot wisely be intrust- ed to President Wilson for another term." The campaien against tuberculosis no onlv has been effective ttfia ust that disease, says lir. Mal.ood, of Cal- gary, but it has also be.u ot service, in a general sense in promoting an In- creased attention to general hygiene, and. therefore, in a lessening of I lie modes hy which infectious diseases arc transmitted. Yet It must hi admit- ted that even the foremost prophy- lactic precept, that ot the porn clous- ness of spitting, still is neglected in jiany places and that its meaning by ,o means as yet is fully understood. The delicatessen store clerk who uoistens his or her finger with saavii o pick up the piece of paper in o wrap the butter or other foods is spitiinc on the paper and thr-rctore. on the'foods; the street cur conduoor who wets his fingers and then gives vou a transfer is spitting on the pap- er slip and. therefore, on your nanu. A Common Habit The common habit of moistening the gum of postage stamps and en- velopes with the saliva has suggest- ed the possibility of the transmission or disease through letters infected in way. The evident contamination of letters when thcv are sealed and ment, which also argued the re-elec- tion of the president. Republicans Claim Michigan Detroit Mich., Oct. Demo- crats have high hopes in Henry Ford s state although the Republicans claim the state for Hushes by a substantial majority.. Except for 1312, when carried the state, and when Cleveland divided the Michigan delegation with Harrison, the Wolver- ine state has-given its electoral votes to the Republican candidate for Pre- sident since the Republican party was HOTEL IS COMMANDEERED Heart of London to Become One Large Government Office London. The heart of London threatens to become one large gov- ernment office. Another the Grand. Trafal- commandeered by ers wen ey stamped and the frequent spreading ot saliva by the fingers and hand to er parts of the envelope suggest the importance of determining what the daneer from this source really is. Letters are handled by the carriers and postal clerks almost nnmediatcly afti-r their brinz mailed, and they are delivered to the addresses sometimes within a few Hours, very often within hut 12 to IS hours after belus: mailed. Another Danger Immediate contact of the hands with saliva aud tile subsequent intro- duction of the fingers into the mouth represents a much more dan- gerous mode of infection than for ex- nmple. the inhalation of dried sputum. The discharges from the mouth are responsible for almost as many dis- eases as are contracted from all other sources put together. Tubercle-bacilli transmitted in wet saliva are far more virulent than when dry and blown about in the air. Wet or fresh sputum, gar square IlCC Uie ftftn founded. Michigan's average Republi- the government yesterday in a polite ran nlnralltT durinz that period has mote to the management. This is the can piuraiuv umu.s v nnrrtnn hntpls in London been 000 I second of the Gordon hotels in London 'Some days ago, it is stated here, the j to be commandeered. The Metropole Democratic National Committee gave j the largest of the group, was taken u-> the iisht in Michigan as a bad job over in January last, andTecided to concentrate its fighting The Grand hotel is next doorJo the resources on a final drive in New i ConstituUonal Club., which ias, at o York Indiana, and Illinois. This, des- been commandeered, and it is bclievaa, nite the fact that the leaders of the that the war ofhce intend to combine pile me I-LL ui-. t a ._ buildings and hand them over to the ministry ot munitions. "The Grand hotel is the oldest of the Gordon hotels, and was opened in fashion Craft' Clothes Shop Offer vou the best values in Clothes that, modern inorch- nielluuls can prodnec or sell. We also offer you varieties to select from, mi failing courtesy, uitelli- grot and mistimed service and absolute satisfaction or money refunded. Overcoats and Suits for Men Specially Priced At- Whicli includes almost every desirable style, size and color for Fall and Winter Wear. Scotch mixtures, u'ray. bl-ivn, tan .-mil dark green mix- UNteix l.reastedaud (.'hesiertield models ami Macks and Oxfords. Well made and extremely serviceable. consider the ire- Sl.-Ut.uul, i 1> quency with which it is spread aliuu., r represents the most dangerous mater- ial discharged by human beings. The pneumo-coccus. the lus, the gerin of measles scarlet fever, whooping cough, epidemic meningitis, mumps, influenza, common colds, other infections are more frequently transmitted through fresh sputum than in any. other way. For instance the dread syphilis has been known to be contracted ing money with fingers moistened the Gordon hole s, and was openeu 111 ujuvauiu 1SSO Some of our guests have lived i rule for adjusting calipers to small with" us Mnce the years j fractions of an inch Quickly and ac- we can claim to have the oldest clientele in said the local Democratic organization had im- p-essed very strongly on Chairman McCormick that there was a fighting chance for Wilson In this state. The Eemocratic campaign managers here, -y confidential reports received from" practically every sec- tion of the state, determined to keep up the fight. Today Chairman Albert E. Stevenson, of the Democratic Cen- tral Committee received word from Xew York to go ahead and make the fight, with the encouraging assurance that he could draw on the Natioaal Committee for all the support need- ed. John D. Mangum, chairman of the Republican Central Committee, says that he expected a majority of possibly more, for Hughes. Democrats Claim Illinois Chicago, Nov. Wilson supremo tuuii. will carU Illinois bv about husband's philosophical beliefs, Mrs and Governor-Dunne" and other state jHosner attended the funeral dressed candidates by according to a in white. tion, A micrometer screw operates, a movable shank at the end of a new manager. The following hotels have been commandeered by the government: the Metropole. De Keyser's, the Salis- bury, Carter's and the Grand. ATTENDS FUNERAL IN WHITE San Francisco, Nov. funeral of E. M. Rosne. for many years leader of a theatrical orchestra here, was! held today. Many well-known persons were present, among .them Justice; William P. Lawler of the California! supreme court. Conforming with her. curately. G. KILNER SHOE STOBE 13th Street North Repairs Neatly Executed COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. Suits This newest and smartest models: blue. grey.. Imnvn and sreen tweeds, blue serges, pencil and pin stripes ou may havetsaicl cant te One enthusiastic cus- tomer writes that [COATS and SUITS peciai At Twentyismart models and a largo variety and serviceable fabrics. In Overcoats warm, coxy ulsters in grays, browns, plaids, fancy and heather .mixtures, doubl e breasted and single breasted and wonderfully smart Chesterfield models. In Suits Snarl: snappy models for men and young men. Dignified designs andmodeis for men of more moderate taste and temperament. All oi them wonderfully good value SEE THEM TOMORROW AT OUR STORE LOUIS KEEL Fifth .Street South Lethbridge, Alta. you can-Here make an otherwise poor .figure look like the They are sold by THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST- New York. Oct. first'nri tlsh "tank" that appeared on the Somme front got out of the control of the driver and was destroyed, with its crew, hy the British artillery, accord- ing to Lieut. Stephane Lauzanne, for mer editor of the Paris Matin, who ar rived on the French liner Lafayottt yesterday. The tank was destroyed M. I'auzauno said, to prevent it from falling into the hands ot the Germans "The men apparently lost control 0 It ho said, "and were steering straight for the German lines. To prevent the new war from falling into the hands of the enemy it, was shelled to pieces hy the British fiunners with their own countrymen inside it." Mr Latizannc aaid tlinl the oillcers spoke of the nacrilice jrder to keep the secret of the inven- ion, which had cost so much time aud rouble, from falling Into the hands of! he Germans. It was a sad thing to have' to do, but there was no help for t as the men could not he got out of he .machine, and therefore they had to perish with it. He heard the cost was about for each of the ma- "Tlie sight of the tank coming to- ward them inspired terror in the minds if the Germans, who thought it was some giant animal brought from In- dia and they did not know what to he said. "When the British ar- tillery destroyed the machine It caus- ed more wonder among tho enemy and their officers, according to.prisoners captured later, could not make it. out at all and very much worried. there are about 100 tanks now on the Somnre front. They are not hlgscr than tho armored motored cars, hut very much more powerful hi'construction. Their cater- pillar -wheels are hidden underneath m that tlioy cannot be shot away. E.-u-h tank carries two machine gulls and one Lewis gnu. Tho crew of five men inside cannot he hurt with ma- chine Rim fire, as it will not penetrate tlieiarnmr; "Tho tanks have a speed ot six niile.s an hour. They are very useful in trench fighting, as they can go right down into the trenches and fire into the Germans without receiving any injury in return. For example, if tiie artillery has levelled threc-nnartera ot a mile ahead, and the remaining quar- ter contains trenches which are still held liy the Germans, a tank can go over the Held, no matter how rough It may he, and wipe out the defenders in a few minutes. One end slopes up so that with the caterpillar wheels and tho claw chain under the centre of the It Is easy for it to climb out again." t Special to Farmers FQR SALE-Six to Eight Thousand Gallon Water Tanks. APPLY Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;