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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PROVE FATAL Submarine Sinks Her Without, Threc Bumps at fernie Mines Warning in Mediterranean Passengers Saved London, Nov. The Penin-l sular and Oriental Line steam- 1 ship Arabia, which was sunk by] submarine, was torpedoed warning, the admiralty announced this morning the -137 passengers, mcliulmg 160 -omen and children, -crc Saved. The homeward bound Pcnin- sular and Oriental mail steamer Ar-ibin was torpedoed ArJIJia w Kill One Man and Injures Another MEN KILLED AT HILLCREST MINE (Spficial Fornle, Nov. bumps oc ...irred last night and this morning in All the number one east mine. Coal Creek In which one man, Paul Ghomac, los his life, and another one was hurt an ouisiana iv laryland iississippi J" lissouri................ [ontana J (ebraska ivada HUGHES SEVERAL BIG Connecticut Illinois Iowa Maine Massachusetts Michigan............. New Jersey New York 4o Pennsylvania i Rhode Island............ South Dakota New Prohibition Stales car- 12 20 4 10 212 >forlh Carolina Vorth Dakota ihio.......... south Carolina 'ennessee..... "exas Jtah Oklahoma..... 'irginia CAN AFFORD TO New York, Nov. In claiming the re-election of Wilson, the statement was made at Derrfflcra tic to .the effect that the President could lose both ifornia and Minnesota and still be elected. Gets North Dakota Faroo, N. D., Nov. 8. With North Dakota's returns nearly halt complete, 'the .Indications -early this afternoon were that Presi dent Wilson. had.carried. the state by less than 3030 plurality over Hughes. g Vermont il I Wisconsin 12 Governors Elected P Senators Elected state election. territorial election. Arizona Democratic. G. Vv 12 Dr. Ci Brough l state election. Gunter. M. H. Hoi-, J. G. Town- send Cajts. M. Alexander. P. 0. Lowden. Indiana-Republican, J. P. Good- "lovs W. L. Harding. Arthur Cap- election lor gover- in September. Mars state elections. S. W. A. H. Sleep- Minnesota Republican, J. A. A. 15, Prohibition in Michigan 141 Detroit. Nov. ried in Michigan. Montana Helena, Mont, Nov. returns from Montana show that the vote on the dry law carried by a sub- 4 "stantial majority. Maryland i Baltimore, Nov. state voted'itself dry at the polls yester- day according "lo the returns so far received. Kansas City i Kansas City, .Mo.. Nov. city voted for prohibition, Tuesday, by a majority ot 1.432: count on amend- ment showing total of for and 30.397 against including returns from all rural Jackson county, majority for amendment.in this county was 3.11S. Kansas City in voted 14.091 against similar amendment, and j 345 for it. 212 city You fish and vegetables in that iuu don't need any food card, eith- er to get any of those she said, "but you have to have money to get them. Chicken costs ?1.2o a pound. And then it isn't good-to-eat unless you can get mitter to cook It with. And that's next to For my part, ham is. about the-best or. the German menu just now; and, that costs a TODAY IS OPENING DAY OF RERALDCONTEST Thousands of Dollars' Worth of Costly __ ._ ,.T i m _____ u report. elected. Republicans eie France (I? 1 report. New New report. North McCumber, (R.) Rhode report. West Follette, report. Ban Hearst Papers in Canada J3urnquist. election for gover- Ottawal Nov. Hon. Thoraa Chase Casgrain, Postmaster-Genera of Canada, has issued a warrant un der authority of an order-in-counci No. 34, assented to on the sixth da of November 1914, under and in vn tue of the provisions of section si" of the' war measures act, 1814, when by the following newspapers, know i. T> las tlie Hearst papers, have been re -Democratic, F. D. fuseaethe privilege of-the mails i nor. Missouri- nor. Montana K. Neville. election for governor. New H. Jersey Republican, W. B. Edge New- Mexic Donald rsew Yo Rscublican, Whitman. North T. W. Jorth U L. Frazler J. M. PAYS TIUIE TO ill It S. V. Stew- -Democratic, W. C. Me- Chas. S. Cox. Canada and are prohibited from culatiori in Canada in any way: LH New York American." "New Yoi Sunday "New York .1011 nal" "Bosto Sunday "Chicago Exan "Chicago Snnday Examiner "Chicago "San Francisi. Francisco Su R. I. No election for gover- No election for governor. No election for gov- Rhode Island Republican, R. U Deeckman South Democratic, Manning .South, Republican, P. Noi- Democratic, J. E. Fer- uson Democratic, S. Bambergev. Vermont Republican, H. F. Gra- im Virginia No state elections. tfelt Democratic, J. ell Republican, B. L. Philip No state elections. day "The Lo's Angele "Los Angeles Sunday E "Los Angeles "A lanta "Atlanta American Owing to the garbling of telegram the British authorities decided to c off all facilities for transmission news to the International Service an all Hearst papers and upon examin tion of these papers here similar it tion is being taken in. Canada. It considered desirable that all rclatio with the Hearsts should cease owii o the'danger of his papers causing eeling between United States ai Canada. v List-First List of Candidates Announced on Contest Page-Enter Your Name at Once-There is No Reason Why You Cannot Win One of the Autos or Other Prizes. On the contest page in this issue Kill Ue found the names of the can- idates who have entered The Her- "s BiE Automobile Contest, togcth- wit toe number of votes that have n casl for each. All are hustling ambitious persons and will appi eel- ate, your support. Few Competitors Enrolled It will be noticed that the list of prize competitors is a very small one. In view of the costly prizes and large prize list, and the fact that no active candidate-could lose out entirely, we fully expected a hundred or more live, energetic persons to enter anil akn an active part In the compel ion Undoubtedly our cxpectatIons will be realized when the general public see bow comparatively fexv have entered. How to Enter the Contest out the nomination blank which will be. found on the Contest "'second-Fill it in with your name and address if you wish to enter ani the 1'Hzes; or, wish to enter the name of a friend, fill in the form with the 'riend's name and address. send the fliled-in nom- ination form to the Cohte.it Manager, Hull Block, Lethbrldge. Yon or your friend, ,as the case may be, are full-fledged candidates as. soon as the nomination form .reaches the Contest Department. -The Contest Manager will immediately sena re- ceipt books and other supplies, with which to secure subscriptions, and it is then up to the newly-enrolled .can- didate to'see how many votes he or she can gather by Dec. 23rd, a. it will take votes to win the prizes. Early Start Important An early start is hall the battle. If your name Is not among the list prize competitors in todny s list, .'send it. In at oiicc. Get yoAlr share of the first period's regular votes, secure the utmost .in-votes for. your efforts. The vote schedule dec Ines Saturday as will be noticed by-look ing over the regular vote loheouw on tho Contest pase. Following the award of the Military Cross to Lieut. J. Ritchie Donnan, of Lethbridge, his mother in England re ceived an eloquent tribute to her son s conduct from his commanding officer In his letter the commanding officer said: "I congratulate you on the honor o the military cross given your son lon't think I have met a braver man and if you knew all you would be prouder than you must be now For line davs and nights he worked un der she'll nre and for five dajs wu nights without any rest at all unde a continuously heavy barrage of flre If he not been so brave and 6n couraged his mun, the work woBl never have been done, and his actlo no doubt saved thousands of our lives. Five of his own men have the military medal, all specially awarded, so that it is not an ordinary case ot bravery." Lt. 1. R. Donnan's leg was ampu: tatcii at the thigh, according to tutor mation reaching the city today from Capt. L. M. Johnstone ot the He reports Lt. Donnan as being Won-' derfully well, considering the terrible experience he has gone through Jte Is at present in hospital. ADIT III Berlin, Via Nov. Rumanian! gained further jround yesterday on the Trantylvanlan front, In the Tulghta1 aeetor, It i> announced officially. Near Bodza Pats Austro-Gtrman forces recap- tured positions taken recently by the Rumanians. Both Parties Keyed to Highest Tension in Most Exciting Election in History; Expect Recount in Many Districts; Order Ballot Boxes Guarded New York. Nov. the country's ohoice of president i an almost unprecedented status of dmiht on the day after eclion, both Democratic and Kcpubticau headquarters wore of m-rvous activity and tension. Although both sides aimed a majority in the electoral college, there seemed, never- leless to he a feeling til both places there was a chance that the eterminalkm of Ihc final result, with so many stales doubtful, liolil be prolonged perhaps for another day, and there were some noilicial statements that the decision might eventually he thrown ito the House, of Representatives. There were suggestions, ml there might be in some stales bitter contests over the integrity f which might be drawn out for several days, with I he esiill hanging on a recount. George W. Perkins, at Republican headquarters, coinniciil- ng on the close vole in some states, declared thai a recount might je necessary. Democratic Chairman MeCormick early today scut telegrams o everv stale and county: chairman, where the. result appears, close, commanding them to personally see that the ballot boxes ire guarded and protected. COMPLEXION OP CONGRESS UNCERTAIN New York Nov. tlie presidency, in doubt at 8 o clock his morning, the political complexion of Congress also was 1m- lecided, and parly leaders were anxiously awaiting complete rfi- turns before definite claims conld-bc made, ullhoufih it appeared that the Democrats wolild retain control of the Senate without question by a reduced majority. With nearly 100 Congressional districts still in doubt. Repub- licans had made a net gain of 6, capturing 15 Democratic dis- tricts while the Democrats had taken 9 from the Republicans. Without furtHer upsets, this would reduce the present Democratic house majority of 23 lo 11. LATEST SUMMARY New York Nov. noon today Hie result of yesterday's presidential ele'ction was slill in doubt, will, the organizations ot Loth sides continuing lo claim the victory There Kerned1 to be no doubt that President Wilson bad earned Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky Louisiana Mary- land, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada. N. Caro- lina N Dakota, Ohio. Oklahoma, South Carolina, lennessee Texas, Utah and Virginia. In the Hugb.es column were counted Connecticul, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont and Wisconsin. RESULTS BY STATES Wilson McCarty Now Prosecut- ing'Attorney for Four Coun- ties in That State As a result of yesterday's elections in Utah, a well known Southern Al- berta young inan enters the public life of that state.' Wilson McCarty, son of Mr Chas. Raymond, was yesterday, .ejected as prosecuting attorney tor the. four .counties of Salt Lake, Toole, Summit and Davis. Wil- son McCirty commenced his study of law in one year here Ilii> then went 'to -Osgobde for one year, and finished his law studies at Columbia IJnlversIty. He has been practicing in Salt Lake and his election yesterday'is proof of his abil- ity and popularity with the people of the co'tintles for 'which he stood. He is well-known to.many people WASHINGTON Seattle Nov. precincts of 2385 in Washington, gives Hughes-. Wilson, UTAH Salt Lakef Utah, Nov. S.-WIlBOii has carriei! the sute by about V.akc, Utah, Nov. carried man. by closa to Kins, Democrat, was elected senator by 000. i Entire Democratic state ticket was elected. Spot when Ucil track wheat bicember wheat Local truck oaU December oats December flax 176% 187% 53% 62 254 lu.iiianj Southern; Alberta who con- on his success. t NEW YORK New York, Nov. S.-New YorU State gave Hughes a plurality of or more and reflected Gov.ernor V, liil, man by.even a larger vpte. A 1 the rest of the state ticlots won by large pluralities including the "aTdidete for United States senitor NEVADA Reno Nov.. Nov. son is leading Hughes i. state by tqilay. morning according to incomplete scat- tered figures from various parts of the state, which gave Hughes Wilson KANSAS Kansas City, Kens., Nov. sas gave Wilson a vote which showed a sizeable plurality on early returns today but at the same time Governor Arthur Capper. Republican, was re- cloctoil by a majority conservatively nl-iced at 100.000. The Republican state licket was elected-almost in its City, Nov. City Star, which supported Hughes, con- ceded Kansas to Wilson MASSACHUSETTS Bo-ton, Mass., Nov. vote of complete, shows as fol- lows- Hughes Wilson For governor. McCall, Repuhh- i en' Mansfield, Democrat, i o 1 "o Tor senator, Lodge. Repub- lican 261 Fitzgerald. Democrat, 4.46C. Hijh WBATHER 3C1 3 fair. OBUTicHLAND CARRIES OFFICIAL MAIL New Conn., Nov. S. Von Bernstorff Is.un- derstood to have, brought to the submarine Deutschland a suitcase filled with otficlal mail son IS about at an early horn About half the state noils have been heard from. IDAHO t Idaho Nov has a n-M- .-Tof'4600 votes out of a count o' Beardsley, Democrat, tcnU CL v ____ 109.21 CONNECTICUT Now Haven, Conn., Nov. complete vote in Connecticut was Hughes Wilson Gov- ernor Holycomb, Republican senator, I; Cum- vote from.214 of the most McLean Republican nnpu. precincts of the state Democrat, governor, the Democrats lead v.1111 seventy votes. OREG6N Portland, Ore.. Nov in creased his lead in Oregon early this MARYLAND Baltimore, Nov Wil- son, carried. Maryland in Tuesday! (COSTISUED ON ;