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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .*AGt\ S.-Latest reports ! 1oday on ths few district* stiil remain- ; ing doubtful in last Tuesday's ohnt- i Ions indleatarl Republican control of the nftxt re-nate hy a hare ntajorirr. ' �*f(th no change In tli- substantial lle-jmblican majority already itt-Mtre.i in , Mir house, j KleoUon in .Michigan of Tniawn M. 1 Newbury. Republican candidate for j the senate, over Henry Ford. v\hii h seemed probable, although flio i onv I ptete return." were not yet in. \ would | give the Mcpuhllcan* 4!> seats in Uip 'flennte-exactly the number necessary |for organization.and coiitrol*-nnd the (Democrat* .48. with the Idaho contest j hetween Spnnler Nugent. Democrat, j and l-'ormer Gov. '.biodhtg. Republican, j si ill in' doubt. j Senator Nugent is lending- by �Ught-h over tun vote* and an official count i ro determine the results is ordered. ! Figures on the house remained un-(changed. Republicans. ~a\S: Peroo era's, 1 f>r>. juiudlnt one Independent 'Socialist; mining, one the second Montana district. t IS tvlUCH ANNOYED. Quebec, Nov. 8.-As a protest against the alleged excesses of the military ooliea at Port Neuf and of certain workers in the Victory Loan, A. M. Oecnen, M.p. for Moiitmagny, has tendered his resignation aa an honorary president of the local co�inittec for the Victory Lean campaign. N VERY BAD WAY ' WITH INFLUENZA EMIN! T vious to the general 'electIon. Hon. V. !:. Hlondln snt In tlio lower house; next- session, the postmaster-general will sit In the uppor house, although the department might be represented in the commons by some other minister, as was the case lad session. The resignation of .Mr. AlePurdy yes- terday, loaves the parliamentary un-dcr-sec.rdtrtryshlp for soldiers' civil.re-ivMabllsluviont. vacant. Sir James1 Loujiieod, who naa held /.he portfolio since Its creation, Is government leader in the senate. Subscribe as they sacrificed. BAVARIA A REPUBLIC '� Berne, Nov. 8.-A republic has been proclaimed in Bavaria at the conclusion of a great popular meeting yesterday, says a telegram from Munich under today's date. Fail to Observe Repulntions-Many Deaths Amongst Indians Sir (Jeorgc Foster in (ho Party AIho-New Under Secretaries to be Appointed Two daily emulators IT* pNO'S regulates the action of the digestive and eliminame system upon which life depends. In fevers, biliousness and skin eruptions arising primarily from disorders of the liver it exercises a prompt and beneficial effect at once, soothing, cooiinjj and purifying. Comprised of the valuable elements of ripe fruit in a simple palatable form, its action upon the liver i? in every sense �s beneficial as the raw juices of the frtiits from which it is obtained. /('haute Ae/af rtmtdj tor netir/y 46 \ fi ENO'S FRUIT SALT PrriMt?.! b\ J. C. ENO. Limited. � Fruit Salt Worki." London, l.ni. Sp> Ag�fn. for Xertti Anisic* HAROLD RITCHIE A CO., Limitad, 10 McCaut St.. TORONTO HERE'S WARMING, SOOTHING RELIEF , FROM YOUR RHEUMATIC ACHES | Kdmomon. Nov V -The lo-tnl nnm- Ottawa. Nov i'.-Actitii; ministers j j hrr of influenza case- reported to the of trade and cotnn.erce and of cus-j ' I'rovim ia) Health U to | ]t is .however, regarded a- an accept-1 �cither of those cities. led fact here thai should the negnttn-! I t'aleary is fortunate in some re-itt,,,,* be proliiiii;i>d. parliament will I *p*ct-. Some of it- b'.olers protest- | )1f. ,.al1ed in their absence, probably In!  e.l that business would be heavily eon-' .|!�nnnry. In this ippnrd. a n of I'tlloii 1 iiad with reference t. . R,,p.,. tivi it"U'-li'ii>-i'-l was inti-Po- example from I'aKan ionic.- tbe j mated of the .tppointnt of a parlla-(ollowlnp wire: ! mentary under-secretary of labor. So "Influenza spreading rapidly among '� '.n-. !-.ic.-,>ver. no such cour-e has yet foreign population In the di-fricts of p,,,,,, .;,i(,i>teil ;,nd tlo- ic-icnation of , Sir.oKy t.?ke. He))- ami lldwans. I'or- y],- cr.,thors a- mini.!. ; >� labor with eiimers practical!.'.' ig-io-inK tieattb . ,uh.i|neut . jestil's ati'ined. Pnl.lic futvr.'l; and wakes ()t, ,j,,-,.,-( represcnfate-i ,� the labor being held ,>�; i-ouse. (p available. Strongly itrg- poll'" view .if the importare- of po.-f-w.i,- -en" or local speclnl n ".ill be a|>. sanitation all foreign and inetwtivc p,,in;r.(j jn Irl,. n,.ar ?�;��! in this crisis" A similar -Itunttnn an-- ' in renanl "I'his -hows tile re-ul:^ "f win' We �,) the pfl>t(>fficr 'I'-psi ! iiel'.l Hpfore Ua\" heretofore ''e.-u rh,.; a, ! at l/,n� hi- appoint uo'tt; to (.. -trite and pre-a- nortia and view piitr- et> Kn- - ---.- ..-- rr~------------..... - Butter eci Fbr Saturday Very Choice Farmers' Dairy, 2 lbs. for . . . . This is extra good value. Very Choice Creamery per lb. You can't beat this for this price. SOc We have a good No. 2 Creamery that we will sell on Sat. at per lb. We have only a limited amount of this butter and the value is exceptional. :c' o it. a.trie: - Mt-'til' ill an'! at! tld tn luitt-.'l � �1'ti. c reveals t|-.r iac: thi- morning  ;>at i otwli! '.on- on f i i - - litd.an �e-.-rie ;,:,  ; !' tc-il - ., ! .::;.�; all.) (';..' ail ! he Iti  't ii ;'....ea a>. a 'iit'e'.il londltiot'. ...rl ice .on,. Trpo.t that tt'.e onh a. i!.�:-i.t i.. i- ill. K it atil I! (' to. ., An-c.it).. General Wonwn who are losing weight and energy-who look pale and fed languid- need the healthful effects of Laffut S�J. of Uf at, j o'.Ve ..-..I'-i �! lie'*.! >te nir>:-.'o!-.. '� liatf. A -..)|-laU'-u ill I'M 1 - 1. . � .. 1 �... *�tc"(i > t- -  Ijtlnli ellOO. ; -a- a> li'hi of tin- t;me'i i.iiieti' a^ !�>-.!! . to ftadf :ik hour- .U'.-l tm t'at-r � ill '� !!� i,'.la-t'.i';ns'. r-.iunt;.'- irri ffTec. is the fiitirk?-: y.j.. u> h\ ere the indamtnation. r.wtflliiiK .; .-ti:jr A tew drop-. (.;.i tie: The grent ptnetratinj; power of ~ioan- i.iui'.'.'-t! I ".uk-; . rv.Mtr.^ neo i rii'fr uml eU'.itii-r to u -r^ or poultices. It dors n -tarn tic- .!.:!! or ilo^; she poic-Little oi >!��..l.mimrnt i-i all �red tor >;ai k re-�t ami relict tto t'.\e pai.i� oi >i�raui-, bt'-i'-�':. ''J ,.jte. (tttiRcck, untl nioj'. torn.5 rneuinattc t�int{c>. (icnrroua butties it doiKjjsati everywhere. M in Canada. I.- Sloeiii's thoiiit.i' ! diibbb-'. . igu: -. : afl.ri.o , i* a > i l,ji If; utt As Tj Cigs'* of i n!i)p..ioit� i otj'.r- 'iiif.i m. n ;n tfi'- . :>v and f-j.evsii. l:e pruv.mia! fio.iril �tt-1 to! ail ) All! K'tl thrill aiiv- -a'.!!,- priticpli.- apjilie, 1,, -bops following utile er- Linimeni Sac, inc. $1.20. M 4 1? MILLINERY A Unique Assortment of Hats Remarkably varied in style and moderate in price. Letlibridge Millinery Co. Ltd. "PHONE 4ft7 L. A. SCOTT, Manage 407 FIFTH STREET S. !�* lildr., . ml w. -'.e.' a :m-!i  Infantry. K'lii.d ;n iC.ii.n: A It \V..:.I. V. i:ite, i,ui t A!t.� ; I.lent. it. 11. ('o. h r tie rf\ra. u-e \.V ; l.'cu! \. J Nui foil:. KiigUii'l; L:--, ValicoUV ti - ' Died: SiKualler ir P Lett. Alar* pole, IIP. * Cavalry. KiiTcd in Action: Major P. V. Mr-Kwttn. Uyron. Out Oied nf Wounds: X. I' Lindsay, Vancouver. Forestry Corps. Accidentally Killed: ('apt W. .M. t'alder, Lacbute, Que. Mounted Rifles. l)i�a: Lieut.