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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD Wednesday, November Io Stgp lair Loss anil Rid Scalp of use MFC'S Herpicide IX) you have dandruff? Does your fcair fall out? Is It getting thinner and the every day 1C 130; we advise you to set busy right away before it is too late, We are not trying to scare you. We arc simply telling you the truth. It you would ward- off impending baldness you must check that hair loss and rid your scalp of dan- druff. Doa't resort to the use of untried, off' bnuid hair prepara tion' when genui ne Herpicido costs no more. You are liable to disappoint- ment -if you experiment. Start right and .start nb.v with the right remedy ami tttck to Tier- pi cide. Use Herplcldo daily for a whiles then, three times a week will be, sufficient. Watch the change which takes place in the condition of your hair and scalp. The scalp is clean "and free from dan- druff. The hair looks nitons and healthy and does not fall out. There is vigor and snap where he- fore the hair way dt'atl, dull and brittle. Tho itching which is so annoying stops and you i-njoy a feeling of coolness and cleanliuoss hitherto un- known. Any dealer will sell you Newbro's Horpicide in fiGc. iiud sizes and guarantee it. if it doesn't do as' prom-' isird. if vou are not satisfied ho returns your money, lint you'll be satisfied; The first application will convince you that Newbro's Herpicide !s the very thing for ihe hair. Iis odor is delightful. Applications may be obtain- ed at the better barber shops and. hair dressing parlors. KING'S CHAIR HAS DISAPPEARED RE ARRANGEMENT OF THE COURT IN WHICH PRIVY COUNCIL SITS 3. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd., are special agents. London, Nov. peculiar inno- vation has just been introduced at [he sittings of the .Indicia! Committee )i the Privy Council. An empty chair used to he at the head oi the. table vlien their Lordships sat, intended to their Lordships that the King ormerly presided over their delibera- ions, hut the l.or.l Chancellor las substituted a-horse shoe table and the awesome red chair has dis- appeared WOODROW WILSON WINS WITH ENORMOUS POPULAR MAJORITY (Continued from front A Three to One Vote I Delaware legislature will be democra- Uttle- liock. Ark.. Xov. tic and it will elect- a successor to ins returns received up to Ihjs mori illE show Wilson leads in Arkaasa tho ratio of a to 2 over the com HOW COUNTRIES DIFFERJNJWETHOD JUDGE COMMENTS ON CANADA'S PRACTICE OF DEPORTING UN- DESIRABLE BRITISHERS vote- of: all ihe candidates Itooserelt has a slight lead over Taft Early California Returns San ftnneisco, Nov. am apparently, have eai-rlei California. Returns from State [ireciucls out of Eire Wilson 110; )55; Roosevelt. Taft. This ratio if maintained vould give Wilson a plurality of ab iu the state. Kansas Progressive Topoka, Nov. indications aro that the Progressive national tic- ket, and the state Republican Ticket has wou iu Kausas. Tho estimate, based on actual fig- ures from a few precincts iu each connfy, figured on percentage accord- ing to the voto cf two and four years ago. indicated thai Roosevelt would carry the state by more than plurality. In the early returns Governor Stubbs was leading Thompson, iu the race for the United States-senate.- The Republicans were leading in 'ive of the eight Congressional dis- tricts, while die Democrats had the London. Xov. sending two of- j fenders to undergo the-Borstal treat- mem, the chairman of the'London I yesterday, commented on I the face of one having been deported j from Canada last year. Englishmen convicted in Canada, he said, wcve est returns Indicated deported, but when a dweller in the Dominion was convicted hers, he was allowed to remain. The Dominion wants our but we treat all the Empire as and do not extradite British-born prisoners. U- S. .Senator Kichanlson, rriniblicau, Teddy Heats His Ticket Detroit, Mich., Nov. returns tins morning through- out the slate indicates with reason- able certainty Unit -Roosevelt carry the sUtc by at least fifty thousand, that Ferris, the democra- tic candidate for Oovornor would tiaVc a plurality of more than Wilson was running second to Hoosc- vclt ami jlnsselmnn, republican ean- iidaie for Governor was second to Ferris. The state progressive ticket was running third in nearly every Instance. Tlie vote cast was said to luive leeii the largest in the stale's his- ory and this fact, with the com- ilicated ballot mmlc the returns thcj atcst in years. The Detroit vote not expected to be counted in nil before well into tho afternoon. iDUND OF GOOD COFFEE IS only more economical than the ordinary cheap grades, but is an added pleasure to every meal. is the best that can be produced. PACKED IN ONE ANCTWO POUND CANS ONLY CHASE a SANBORN MONTREAL 'ounty went, democrat! i; for ihe first in years. Tla? entire! tiemu- jratic ctiiigri'ssioiml lie-kct was clect- The Story Iti fliliuois Chicago, Nov. Col'. Roosevelt dite Dunne, accoiijing to re- Scattering reports from state pre- (urns received this morni ng apparcnt- UNION STATION FOR TORONTO G. T. R. AND C. P. R. GET TOGETH- ER AFTER YEARS OF INCES- SANT WARFARE advantage in three districts. The lat., that the a majority of aldermen and su- that the question of Iy have carried the stai :e" for presi- mcriding tlie state constitution to dent and governor respcc tlivclv. How woman sullr.ige would carry by small majority. OFF DAV FOR SOCIALISTS Schnectady, X. Y. socialists' strength county, which was established .tere; According to ligures at hand it was only the -Colonel's strc ng race in Cook eoimty that carried i 'iim through. There in 13S3 out of 1-U IS precincts Nov. T.Ve l'e led Ciov. Wilson by 11 Nine Schnectadv luindreii tind twenty-four p redacts'out of Illinois outsii Iu oi Cook last year when Mayor Cieo. B. Limn county, give Tail Wilson men'a suffrage amendment had car- Pervisors were elected, was broker, at 1 resident To ried by an overwhelming majority. the yesterday, when not a'soc- coimly ialist candidate carried even the citv. slatc. Bryan's Slate Did Well Omaha, Neb., Nov. Wilson carried Nebraska by a plurality which may ivsach WES assured today. 5S3 Roosevelt President Taft ran thin 1 in both and throu ghout the ,ty. The socialists ran second to the dem- ocrats in the city, and in the county districts they ran third, the democrats first and the rep.ulilleans .Joe Cannon Deiea ted Judge Dunne apparently will go into office as governor with a large plur from Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and Virginia'and the nine to be chosen from Arkansas, Dela- ware, Georgia, North Carolina, New Jersey, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas, in all of which states democratic legislatures arc supposed to have liccn elected. In order to insure the 40 votes neces- sary to control, there must be a fur- llicr gain oi five senators, all of which must come from states now repre- sented iu the senate by republicans, unless West Virginia lie counted in the list. Tlie chances aro believed to be strongly favorable in Colorado (in which state two senators are to be chosen') and in Montana and more or President Taft was third in the state, i second. Dens received vojn in. voles ueniud Coi. Koosevelt, In I county, and Russell Mayor e'ShtV Precincts out ot .86 in the 214 precincts outside of which had reported. less than when he ran for mayor "omihi'iLunn, candidate for congress, receiv-.sMe Eivc ilcmofi ratic, 171, ed votes in the city or j 222 progressive, Toronto, Nov. bitterly con-[ tested battle of the Unicn statioaihas been settled after eight years of con slant warfare. Tho Canadian Pacific I and the Grand Trunk railways hava agreed to drop tasir differences and to form a terminal company similar to the present Union Station Terminal Company, and to proceed Tvith present Union station on the Front streot site, between York and Bay streets, without further delay. railways have likewise agrsed to figiit the construction of the Esplanade via- duct to the last ditch. GRACEFUL FUES .Mole fur forms the central feature of this becoming wrap, which Is edged with bear. It can be draped in many ways, according to the fancy of ihel wearer. Tne wide mufl han bear fur around three sidet FINED POLICEMAN JMEMPT RAILED TO ANSWER TO SUM- MONSES AS WITNESSES IN MONTREAL SEVENTY EIGHT PLACES TO VOTE WILL BE A BIG EFFORT CREASE "DRY SPACE" ONTRAIO'S MAP TO nw Montreal, Xov. constables' Toronto, .Nor. mini were sentenced to each pay a fine oi legalities rou of King's Bench imlay. The police-1 lcat local option issue on election mm were ordered to attend as accc--ding to revised lists made from Wl'ia'nk i Ontario of Legasses' case was those, set "ominion Alliance, Petitions down for trial today and when the have hsen filed with local councils to two-policemen failed ;o appear, Mr. j this elfoct. Peterboro. with twe.m ..ustice Gcrvais them as or-i four licenses, is In the tin mnary dciaulting witiifssi-s. i "dry war." _ Twenty towns.will take a vote "1 City Engineer McCallmn of Hamil- villages and 2-1 townshin, ton is treating sewaso will, the violet Ther3 aro thirty the 78 JS "f (tree, anil- hroes of bacteria. PRAYING OF KINDS. Western Transfer Co.. Ltd. C.P.R, Shidi :163; 4tJ tun clpmlng wiping out the g-reai ity. Winnipeg Men Fill Vacancies fort William, Nov. railway clerks are still out on strike, but the Canadian Pacific; Is filling the vacant Places, and work la proceeding with but little delay. One hundred strike- breakers from Winnipeg, reported for clerical duly at the freight office this morning. Tlio call boy8 went out in sympathy but conductors are calling their own rofipocllvi- OK-WS. ivith him. Wilson Has Rhode Island ality. One thousand five hundred ant ncts o pro Deneen, republican, lOS.US. year ago. Assemblyman Merrill, the only socialist in the New' islature was beaten by by Arthur 1s. Squire, demo- Indiana is 13ig Turn Over votes era I. York leg- omr' son-in-law- over 1000, Jos' Cannon Shortly before midnight. X. Lese- of forme r Speaker conceded his deieai by p'llair, the democratic candidate Returns so far received iiit-Ucate the Illinois legislature will he .made up of republicans; democrats; 9 Although Senator Morris ivas in the l-3ad for United States Senate, his ap- parent plurality was so small that it might be reversed by a comparatively small number of precincts. John H. Moorehead, Democrat, is elected governor by to plurality, aria probably has carri-ad Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. '-Progressives and 2 socialists.. Will the greater part of the state ticket decided in favor of'Gov. Wilson yes- lota' membership of 20-1 it D figures terday and for the first time in shoiv progrssivcs and socialists years tlie electoral vote .ot the state hold balance ot power in the elcc- will be east tor a democratic ennui- jtiou ot tivo u- -s- senators, vote tor the presidency. The ,wilsoil Leatl in j lonlana gressive party made a good showing! in the state, Col. Koosevelt leading' Helena, C. Returns President Tait from 8001) to 9000, from 180 precincts'scattered through Providence, R.'l., Nov. ccm- plete figures in Rhode Island give Wil-j son for presidency a plurality of and Governor Pointer, Republican, a plurality of while former Senator lleveridge poll- every county in Montana increased All Republican general officers, no] oiEptputra tieonqndoi atp Wilson's leail. The head of tile tick- WEI-O elected., The vote fcr Presid-ent i ed a larger vote than Col. Winlield et is believed to have Taft, 2 Roosevelt, 1U.442. Women Suffrage Fails Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. plete returns indicate that tlie Repub- the S. 03; i governor. With practically half the democratic candidate ior for U. precincts of the stale heard from senate; 'Gov. Wilson has a plurality oi about Gov Hu, rjeicated over Hoosevelt and1-Taft and! Samuel M. Ralston, democratic can-; Weattie, Wash., Nov. didate for governor, will have a plur-'plurality over Woddrow ini Means elected six congressmen, and ality of about i Washington is estimated at nearly1 the Democrats four, including JMilwaii-i While the returns from the con- Ernest Lister, democrat lie, ap- >vith one dis- gres-sional districts are incomplete the- pears to have been elected go vcrnor indications are that the democrats over Marion E. Hay, republican in- will have a solid delegation in the cumbent, by about less sso in Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada and Oregon. Of these seven placed still in doubt any fiv0 will give the -19 votes neces- sary to a majority. Should the entire seven prove to be Democratic, the Democrats would, have a considerable margin In thu Upper House 01 Congress. The great- est surprise of the day came as a re- port from West Virginia of tho prob- able transfer of that state from the Democratic to tho-Tiepublican column. West Virginia had Been counted as absolutely secure by tho Democrats, but while all tho figures have not been obtained, indications are that a Republican legislature has been chos- en. The effect of this chage would be to retire Senator Clarence W. Wat- ion. On the other side, tho day's re- ports made sure of the triumph of. tho Democratic' legislaTUre in Neiv Jersey and the Section to the Senate of a Democratic colleague for Senator .Martins. .Mr. Briggs will bo succeeded by iVIlliam Hughes, who until bis resigii- itlou a few mouths since, bad rcp- the Sixth District of New Jersey in tho House since 1804. Other returns of tho day make sure of tho election of two Republican Sen- itora from Idaho, one of whom must iuccced tho late Senator Hepburn ana he other must be Senator Borah or lis successor. .Reports iudicats tho return of Mr. Borah. kee two non-partisans, trict still in doubt. Congressman Konop, Democrat, and Congressman Morse, Republican, are neck and neck in the ninth. Meagre reports f-rom the stnte indi- cate the defeat of the constitutional Amendment, granting the right of suf- frac-3 to women. Big Noise at Capital Washington, Nov. lower house of congress. Even Wisconsin Turned Teddy Has Slight Lead Topeka, Kans., Xov. lioose- Nov. re- velt's lead in Kansas indicated last publican yesterday arrayed night was greatly reduced by r-uturni with the democrats by giving Gov. received to 11 a.m. today. Rtiturns j Wilson an approximate plurality oi mostly from city districts from. 42f> I at gn.000 votes over President precincts completed and 100 mo-re in- re- Taft. -He-turns from 836 precincts out complete out oi 2300 gave Rooiievclt ti rns were received in Washington of in the state gave Wilson Wilson Taft M ,511. last- night with demonstrations which Taft Roosevelt many old observers said had not been Returns on the governor's fieht olit- Teddy Carries Pciinsy-lvanL a Philadelphia, Nov. plu raliiy 'equalled since the civil v.'ar. It -was side of Milwaukee County gives Gov.. Laid that no greater gathering ihad McClovcrn, republican, a'lead oi oi'inorrihali' for Roosevelt in U'lncssed an inauguration. 1000 over .lohn C Karel, democratic. Pennsylvania was indicated by ndili- Intercst in the .presidential con-Mire earned Milwaukee county by tional returns todav. More thai, Halt tist ran high as did that in the com- about It is thought that com- (nc iias jR..m! plexion of the next congress. The piste upstate returns will give the tilm, smns ,10 elated Wilson supporters claimed that republican slate ticket a plurality Oi will increase as tlie missin.' di'i'tricts his victory tic senate. would insure a democra-. at least report. Philadelphia gave President Tllc oi tlie election was the of aho'ut vvitb the iirst'rcturns cheered in ucieat of Congressman Victor L. ller- Roosevplt runnini; scconl H 0011 -ibead was the word from Mis- gcr, who was beaten by ot Wilson. Governor Wilson' ran sec- souri that Speaker Champ Clark had lormer Congressman Wm. H. Stai- in olltsidc o[ rlli been re-clcctcd. He will undoubtedly ford, fusion preside over the house in tne next cratic ticket, 'congress unless induced to enter thn; next cabinet. But Champ's ancient and honorable foe, "Uncle -loe" Can- didate on the demo-. Missouri's Hig Sweep St. Louis, Mo., Nov. Taft Wins in Idaho Hoist', Idalio, Nov. Heturas. Ibis Wilson morning show that President Taft MARCONI'S CANADIAN CONTRACT London, Nov. Marconi Co. announces tonight that they Save sign ed a contract with the gov. eminent for the operation and main- tenance of nine additional stations on tho Great Lakes. When tlio stations are completed, the company will re- ceive an additional subsidy from the government of annum. TUG agreement is for nineteen years. CARDSTON MAYORALTY Cardston. Nov. H. C. Phipps is in the field for maycT. A petition is being circulated asking J. T. Brown to bo a candidate. LORD FURNESS SERIOUSLY ILL London, Nov. illness of Lord Furness, 'whose activities in Ca- nadian shipping aro well known, is causing grave anxiety. HAD A ROUGH TRIP London, Nov. Cllnarder As- cania, from Canada, arrived today, hours late, having encountered fearful gales. after 38 years in the house, was j victory in Missouri by votes carried the stale by StlOO and defeated, according to early reports js indicated by the statements from. republican state and congre. ;sion- by Frank T. O'llair in the Iron j ljm.-thini of tlie precincts of the al tickets were elected by subsf: jilial J- I'1 I'llia' llils Uiddlc, of Philadcl- organized a .Bible class that movement that is taking on extraor- dinary proportions. There arc '15 classes _......... Philadelphia numbering Hound Danville, Illinois district. [state, both cily and county. majorities. The Pcrsons, and many in other oit- Wilh the assurance that the demo- A particulai l'y peculiar feature oi! c'.l control of. the legislature, les-. Mr- Hiddlc has just given the use the election was the considerable insures the the presidential, the I was larger vote ca it, for cratic candidates tor the house throughout the "Solid -South" bad IK en eleclcil the election of Oscar W. j candidates Mian ior those ImlLrwood, chairman oi the stale ticket. Wilson had a eomiort- and Means committee, and fath- er of the taritl measures that' made election of two llis magnificent country home at U. S. senators. Lansdowne, I'a., as a smr.mer vaca- I tion home to members of these class- Wilson Leads in Wyoming pre- WALKING GOWN IN SHANTUNG This attractive walking gown is carried put In shantung In a shade suggestive of bronze chrysanthemums. The broad collar is heavily embroid- ered in floss silk, and buttons decorate the skirt. The three-cornered velvfit chapeau is covered with rich brown ostrich plumes. SKTX ON FIRE! Just tbe mild, simple wash, tho well known U.D.D. Prescription for Ecze- ma, and tho Itch Is gone. have sold other remedies for skin trouble but none that wo can personally recommend, ii-s wo can 'ho U.D.D. remedy, Jitckson ,t Co. local ;onl. alde lead over '.Vaft in St. Louis. For! Cheyenne, Wyo., Nov. 0.-103 Ihe lirst lime in its hist.orv 'Mis-' rinds nf up the Kreatcr part of tl.c work of souri's mel ropoilis went .lemocratic. I riieyenne Eivc Wilson '80 IT-, the present house was mailc certain. Democratic coi urrcssmen were re- 2B5fI- Know-oil linii Interost was attached to tbe report elected in the litsc, third, eiKhtli and that Senator Simmons prolmtly had ninth districts, and a democratic con-j Chance tor Senate Majority won a rcnomination in the North grcssman rclurnoi from the liilccnth.l Washington, Nov. an over- Carolina primaries. Next to Senator In the twelfth, llycr, whelming democratic majority the nailcy of Texas, lie is the senior Jem- leads dill, his d.Mnocratic opponent, house of representatives returns to- ocrat member of the committee on by and in .the tenth district llay indicate a probability of tho slic- (inance. As Mr. Ilailey's succctsor Congressman [larlholdt is COO ahead cess of a sufficient number of cli.-jno- lias been cliusen by primary Mr. of O'Connor, democrat. Igo, demo- seiiaturlai caiuiidates to give Simmons would he in lino for the cratic leads Catlin republican, in Ihe tllc democrats control oi both traiich- chairmansliip of tliat most impoiVant eleventh by 1500. committee in case oi democratic con- Col Everything L'ut Three trol of the senate. Straw Vote for Teddy Washington gave Kooserclt voles in a straw ballot icrc yesterday. Wilson votes inil Tail Women's sufirapc was overwheiniinfily approved at llie ame election, J7I votes teing cast for it with 03 against it. "Birmingham, Ala., Nov. iron? fifty out of Alabama coun- tics indicate Wilson 5ias carried all Delaware in .Sweep Wilmington, Del., Nov. Wood-' Wilson carried Delaware by from to plurality. Tl.e new I but three counties it i the state, and they went [or P.ooset telt. Taft es of congress. There, however, ,-itiIl iti sufficient uncertainty regarding the Senate to make the situation indefin- ite. Tile undecided character of the out- look concerning the senate is due. to the fact that in order to ilefinltclv second iu only seven tn l.argejit Majority outline the prospect it is ncccssariy to have returns on tlie legislatures i'orn the various stales, which owing to the tact that tlie members oi Ipgrsfci- tures an; counted among minor' of- Atlanta., C.a., Nov. 5. r- Hcporls liccs, generally arc omoni; Ihe last to from all tlie counties of tr.e state in- be received, 'in flic present IHil LI dicatc that Wilson iea :ivcil a major-; of tlio !IB members of tl'c, Scnalc I'navi ify oi volrs, largest ma-. assigned definUely to the jority Georgia over h.ii givei iliilatc tin1 r-ns idnncv. i can- erath. Tliese i I'tilK democrats, and .10 liolil-over! live already elected Edmonton, Vancouver, Distributors lor Western Canadl, Foley Bros., Larson i .Co. Saskatoon ;