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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN' iiv LKTimmnaE DAILY MEMUCK SIAY SLTrOKT FAUMEUS e compile reluins today of the ed upo'nJudcM of the supreme court, LT election yesterday in.several Tainnnny Hall suffering More i oft-rear stale? did not change the_oulcome in i any Important The smash- Ing victory of CaJvin Cco'Jdee. Repub- lican.' In Massachusetlj, reflected to succeed hlnisclt as KOiernor by the largest Tote ever polled by a Euberna !orlii candidate In that state, snared honors with ail almost equally cislva "dry" vlrtorjr In Oblo, as the most' striking results of the voting. As a possible Inillcitlon of the drift ;ot popular seallmect. prepara- tory to the national elections c.eit year, yesterday's results beins cloeely scrutlnlied by party leaders Kentucky was swepl Into the Republi- can fold In the governorship ligh'.. but today's relurns made it certain that New Jersey had riverled lo the Democratic column. Maryland, the only olher Elate In which there was a Hrious conlest for the governorship, iraa sllll in doubt, with tho Demo- cratic eandidale leading. dffeot of Governor Jsmes D. Black. Democrat, for re-election In Kentucky, Edwin P. Morroir. his Republican opponew. was credit- ed today with a jlnrilliy approiimlt- ine probably will be moro dis- cussed than ony other state result by parly managers, who have their eyes ious'Democratic majorities iip- fiied on next year's canipatpn. Frev- Mt In sords parts of the stale. Republicans will control the lowe? while the Democrats will control the house of lac Kentucky lesislature. senate. Kentucky Wet The wet and dry Is.-ue also entered Into the Kentucky conlest, a slate, wide prohibition amendment, appar- ently, bavins bsen detested decisive- Lfe M. Russell, Democrat. elected governor of Mississippi, by the U'UBl majority- He was opposed by a. Socialist, who psUed only nbout votas- The legislature'will be Mlidly Dsmocratlc, In New York slate the election turn MOKES UP Nov. A. M.L.V. announced today that ho vrould sit at the ueit lesislalure aj an independent If until the farm- era' political niovemeiji was esteiideu lo Manitoba politics. be deride toi line up Vitli'lh'e farmer.-. Mr. Ttlbot was elected to the'home as 3 supporter of the Xtirris govern- liem, bat "VoHi'd" on the- issue. Albert I'refomaluc, leader of tho Conservatives in the provlurl.il house, it was learned, may not niu ijaln, his Mrniins interests denanJ- tag most cf his time. complete defeat. It Ihe city, Repre- sentative 1L f1. Laeuardia, a ttepubli can, was leading --.U. Morar. the Tammany Democrat, for of the board'of 'an otfi- cial Court may be necessary, Wilson's Congratulations Nov. Yi'llson. from his eicV bed today, tele graphed Governor Calviu Coolidse.' I I congratulating him on his re-elecllon: r whicll tho presidenl said w.is a "vie- j I lory for law and or.ler." i WhilcO House altaches said this probably was the ilrsl lime in history that a president had a- caraidsto of the opposite party' on his ejection tn office. Maryland Rrrult In Doubt BALTIMORE, Md., NOT. re suit of the eleclion In' Maryland lerday W2S slill In doubt "Ibis morn- s wllh both sides claiming the gor- j ernorship by a small majority. Al-; Th Wealthy 1'ion- OF lit R. BILL Letter Krom Sir KoberL Urges Its ton to Move Amendment WEDNKSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, OTTAWA. Nov. Debate on the of tbo LJrand Trunk 10 Issl. Alter n discussion, tho progress of which It was during I Ihe domestic prices for pork products suggest- must necessarily, be controlled by ex- cd by Live packers the mat- ter should Le gone Into moro llior- Liil, whU-h wai given i l rending in OTTAWA, N'ov. boanl of commcrco ibis morniog listened lo th'o nrguuii-uts of rcpreeciilulives Canadian TV ho came to Ottawa to trotest asninsl ilio order ot the board fixing tbc prices ot iiork pro- ducts at ilioso prfvalliiis on MarcTi port prices. If the foreign market was willing to pay higher prices (hull beforo tho prices vve.ro flie-J, ti'.e ilc-nieslle. llio packers dealing In the niceties was I'.djournrd until this Ihi? tjyort trade could afford to afureoun at 'A o'clock. ,1 higher prices for hogs. Tho producer" The contention of the packers of hogs nalurully preferred to sell to was tbai lh'.' jrutrgin of profit' on pork the exporter .and .the domestic pack- was a lory nurjow vue, and'orj must Intel prices or do hat lie- llsius ot prices would result without the raw material. u loss. 11. Purdy, t'urdy llrolhera.1 Tbo paciera ..staled that, they, wera o. sneaking on behalf of a. iium-, unable to get iho prices fixed by llie ber of smaller packers vdiu do nolibo.ird on ccrlnlil pork products be- In export trade, intimated that cause llie public did not Vaflt these cf those lirms might be driven I pprfucla.- On llie they to the wall if Iho order was Insisted j wero precluded, from charging higher ujion. The' reprcsenlalivea of the prices on pork products for which, arger packers took the ground that Uiera >vas a commons at ihls 1 through tho railway board, for dlrect- was vrith by iho souiie this i0ll 0( fao operation ot Ihe roads. morinus- As as t'.tc Mil received "We've bulll and paid for pr.icllcal- lirsi rending Ihe sccooil wasliy every rajhray in bo said. moved aad Sir James Loughecd, the- "Arc wo lo continue bulldluR railways yovcrniupnl leader to5c 10 speak to amj landing I hem over to private the moiiou. Before proceeding with j argumcut. Sir James rvad a letter forcing tho GranJ Trunk Into re- from Sir Robert UorJen dealing with Ol Ritchie', the Dcuiocrdlic uonii nee, carried IJaltiniore, city plurality over Harry TV.' Nice, his i eer of Warner Dies Age of GS Sal id Dernocrp.t JACKSON, Miss., Nov. NV'L .v. al returns from yesterday's i .V-ivi roll np the biff ijiajority 'Asror. stockman of by "vrhich Mississippi state offices were carried by Democrats. The higii. Mm unnouucins the of W. -Uoss. at ibe c-sl role, polk-d bv anj of the Socialist be solidly Democratic as there were no opposition CEndtdalcs. Republicans Gain In N. Y. N'EW YORK. NoV. He was born in Proyp Ciiy, Utah, Jan. 2otn. 1S51. nnd located' fit Warner in 1900, JTherc EC bis accumulated vast interests in larAl. shcpp. horjes He 'vvss hishly Enccessful in all celvershlp would iiot lie lu Iho bes'. ed this rumor as beiog "utterly un- founded." Ibis been the case, the letter went on (q sly, Ibe bill would nol have. been introduced lu parlia- ment People Want Public Ownership Dealing with the question of puWic ownership, the government leader saU n rumor thai, Sir .lames said, had been interests of Canada. 11 would circulated that the prime minister was j dissolution of a system which hid nol In sympathy with the measure. taken two generations to build up. Sir Robert. In his letter, which was, senator Loughced asked Ihil llio gov- written under date of Nov. 1, descrlb- ernnicnt bo Riveu a reasonable choice of making government railway opera- lion a The acquisition of the Grand Trunk was n bagatelle conipired with the problems Canada had solved in the past few years. The government leader said the gov- ernment had a mandate from the that the bill was being opposed by; jor acquisition, of railway sys- railway presidents, bank managers: and bi; business interests, but parlil-l Senator Bostock men! represents the plain people, IJostock. opposition leader, v.ould not bo willing to stand 2slda salj ,iic Jctails of this agreement had anil let the interest! dominate the j before ibe country for a Don't Mack and Cough! until you make yourself and you. miserable. It is not necessary, policy of Ihe govcrnnieiit. Tho great (irae majority of pepole In Canada undoubt- edly favored government owncrship. I.oughced said that no ibe cou now the country did not know just where it stood. He re- viewed, the railway development until and said In regard to Iho claim Winnipeg Woman's Recovery Taking Tsnlac SuroriEcd All Her Fritnds. my "My Tvondcrlnl recovery has surprise to all wbo Vnew of droadlut condition" sahi Mrs. Amelia TJooley, of S63 Fleit avenue. Forl nouiei Winnipeg, 'Canidi, recently, ia'one of the himself commenced the (ijc Dravton-Ackvvorth report. had" been increased bv Sre ivith faolily, .naming a? executors of his doubtful'districts in It was nol a question of public own- CoJLiver Oil Coi will slop the irritatiwi, heal. the inflamed membranes of llie throat and cure the severest couch. COLDS SORE THROAT, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA and WHOOPING COUGH yield to the soothing and healing influence o( this wonderful cough medicine. You owe it to yourself and your friends lo always keep B a bottle in the house at this season. None genuine unjess in a Red Package bearing the trademark Na-Dru-Co. 17 mMntJ Nitittiul Dnif anil Compinr CamiJt, LimHei LIKE NIAGARA YOU CANT STOP IT RUNNING REGAL FHEE RUNNING Table SaltY second Schcncctady district, a Demo crat wlio won Jrora Ihe man who es z large respcct- icated her last year, and mS children, namely Irene. Luciiic. Au- ivo. Mnrr .nud ihr- iclto-iv- tdrnicr- Kliza iiiiijili, ilaraarel K. WhiiuMn, Kvr! I1.. municipal elt-r-: "n :in-l-V" Lions. The only' second class cilir- who scored a victory over Mar- tiu Hcaley, (he Democratic iucunibccL .The were pucrF5sful in for him lo remain at his post and rp2j -condition. The Rovernnienl j Lake part in the debate on the bill in' spent more tlian 5S5.000.000 on llie lhn cordraons. C. X. R. sinco taking II over. Liabili- Senator Dandurand rose to observe j presented by Ihe Grand Trunk tbaL it hid he-en susgpjted tint Sir' were over .while the prop- James was supporting Ihe biil "with a j invcslirie-il in road and equip- fniit hearl." meat was 5434.000.000. Those figures The government leader be carefully considered and ill wannlh that had this iberc should bp. full report showing TKe package 'with Handu Little Sporf The CuwSan Co., UL HADE IN CANADA -hich elected Damocrnflc maror wercj J. itoss. Ilober; r. Kos> rTiSi view woiild chucgc (heli-'Uinds beforcj condition of tbe road anQ crtulp- rheLecLady and Troy. i j Aarpri Ross." residents of j sot, tbrouGh. if-J ment. Kilhsne Defeated All of ;tc faciilj- no-.v zL Stli i Sir James laii for the Senator Dpslock was not finished CLKVELAXp, .Ohio, Xov. Lzhe t'ity. except J. Aaron j present conriltlch's in the senate tidjb-Lirncd al '1 Ihis luornlne iadi- J bii'.y ye.slsrc'.ay reiurnc'l irczi j en ir.-.Tirr adannistrdtioT; He o'clock. that the- acquisition of the i riot U any-j until siarii-H .nrfjmsr thinl botik-.-.At-l- one lirai; I Ihoojtlt of giving it .up. pud if I tad it tnteld have been the nils lake of my life, lor, really aad ifuli It marie a new person of m2. 5Iyf stomatli -'TiS in lha tied cf fix .and cy appolite left me entirely. N'oth-i ing tastod good .and even the n'.ost I delicaie and tempting foods "ilid DO: appeal, lo Jillle 1 did OE-- my 'slemach and the gaL-; from ft TvuUld bloat me np and.mafce: me niUeraule .Then I contracted I -1 bus in llic1 ecu- ferencc are he-re lo promcls 'iu Jfluslrftvl raisobieff" Senator Ehcnr.an I "while Japan has delegsucs 1 "Provided that If Ihc detciiniiiecl j v.iliic of !tc .ijreferent'e antL.common IQ "Ihe. guaranteed j lock; Lv) as he'rnin provided inroads en LniteJ cxcopfl thc of 'Provide-! further Lhu'f the arbilra- RliDWAYmLIFE and women at. forty t. the portal of a crucial i- Strength must be kept p, llie body.well nourished, Senator predicted ivonlil. declar EMULSION WASIilS'GTOX. Xov. qu; ha., ence would adjourn tomorrmv. wonderful helpful- ness fo those in middle life. T'S nourishes and in- vigorates and helps the, body keep up with Ihe daily wear and tear on. strength. Let Scott's' help kesp you robust! rx-wiie, Tcmnla, 17-111 and subject ihft United Slates lo ei-jn- omic boycott if tho- conference dcrrc? not observed. No Agreement Reached WASHI-NGTOX. Xov. the new guaranleed stock Is to bd four per cent. but shall-regard lhat equivalent In value to so much gohl coin.' vras. ajso a terrible pain thai started i in mv right shouder and' went the hack of mv neck clean lo the strongest kir.d of linimEnts untiH Ihe conference. -An effort vvzs 1 actually burned the- stin off trying rr.sdc by Ihose in ehnrge of thc con- to gel relief.' llivouid lie aivakej ferenco to'-amooth-over'the silualion nlglit lijhl just sufferbg agony.', and rave the conference from a break never ;getlinB a. of sleep. IJ In its raiihs. -ivould'cet up mornings feslins like a I Senator -Shorman said Iba contdr- to sew or do my house-1 ence "conlalneil Several of the delegates hate some incensed over the crilical _ marks made by Senator Sherman, Re- crery ivoroan at. child birth conlia- ued lo meet opposition, especially! tho French anrt rcprercn- who insisted it snould be giv-. only to rcagc earners acil (o the- of mv heart -This pain was so severe Illinois, in Ihe senate ycstcr- ued lo nt llTqes 1 thought 1 ivould go 1.13- day and intiinaiea- that unless proper 'mm tho traelcj. and 1 liave ussd mustard az.-l -'amenis were made they would leave tallves, vvivea or wage German Delegates Coming WASHINGTON, Xov. worhcrsVdelegalcs to the Internation- al conference. In here. BUY VICTORY BONDS DQ YOU LIKE GOLF? MOTORING SEE THE SIGHTS- CONTINUE YOUR FAVORITE OUTDOOR SPORTS PACIFIC CO AST SEETHE CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES IN THEIR WinTcR GARB GALIFORN.IA left so and faint lliat I fear- ed to stop "Lssl year all-arranscments made to put my children In a con-: vent, aa T had been given, up lo die. 51r .ncrrcs fn such a shattered conditfcn lhat I .couldn't eland the Ellghtcst noise. Even Ihe children playing around '-would almost make me Irantio. 1 had fallen olf In weight until I was scarcely more than n frams of skin bonei. At tho tirr.o I beian taking Tnnlac I only ivelj-h'tl ponnrls and n-.y Vaa rtaliy alarming. .My made me slick lo TVrln- i liven It a fair trial and while 1 won 1 taking my thira bottle f commenced 'to relief. ,1 uEed five bol- tlep and my has been 1 nolhlng ks3 ,lhan .wonderful. A lev days ago I'-wonl to visit i friend and she bad'-flO' much Id say about how itcll 1 linked thaU asked her If I hafl fnlly been very' sick and she raid she never any idea I 'would live. I have'not only gollen i-ellcf from all mr I have actually pounds (n. weight be- ir.1-1 a'fn Just coihappy' and over my recorory that I wani to leH JerMyboriy about 'Tinllc sold In by Jofia D. Ifffinbotharn fc'Cn.: In Coal- kmt by Diamond Drug: d, Ktallonery and In Waraer-by CMMELIKE PANKHURST NtXT LYCEUM EVENT, NOVEMBER 12TH, CHILDREN ;