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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta J*' l^liiltie Raec for Senator in Idaho . ' ~Rcptiblican8 Control A ^ Senate ^ THE ^ Vfuhlmt^n. ifov^ 8. -^Latest reports ; today iSig^':^^;^^ di8fri6t� sUU re^ain-viiaKy^oaliilahU in last! TueBilay's eloot-' ifitnt indlcataS RepuliUran control o{ . fite next eanate by a bare maJorItT, (jrltli no cjianse m ^he substantial Re-, ilSuibllcaa,.ma}ority 'ar^eaJM*ttbU�xacitly the tiumber necenars^ for' ofi^-ahd the Dem6arataijAt,.wlth t)ie Idaho contfst betw'e�n. Senatcr Nugent, DemQcrat, and Pormati- Gov. Ooodfiir Iifeptiblican, latni liT'jIoubt , " ' V Senator'Nugent is leading by slightly oyer SOOivotea and ua official count to dilerinine fhl results is ordered.^^_ Figures on tb'e house remained unchanged. Republicans. 23S; Democrats, 195, bimdius ono Independent Socialist; 'mlaslng. one-the second Montana, district. . ^ t _ IS'rtuCH ANNOYED. Quebec, Nov. 8.-As a protest against the alleged excesses of the military poliea at Port Neuf an^ of certain worliers In the Victory Loan, A. M. Deehen, M.P.^or ItAontmagny, has tendered his re- . alonation ai an honorary president of the local canimittee for thf. Victory Lean campaign. IN VERY BAD WAY. WITH INFm Fail to Obser^'e Regulations- Many Deaths Amongst Indians ,K Bloodllw In aie'lower hbua>; diiiCg&rrfWrJrihIJ. f&V adl^^^^^^ I  - Aeitt>.8eOBlfthfeta(i'^vi^to't. Sir ^JaW A'j-Jlerna,-Nov. 8.-^A-* :* r will �lt in Uilf linner hoiis�.,alth^ah LAukheed. whoT Maf held Ahe vorttollo be'op prod!�lrtledJ|^,iliyi(i'ji ^ttHe'^. meetOng yaatariliyiU.aaxa a tele-griam froW MurtJoh-undor today's data. � � ' � " Two diaily emulators CNp'S reg[ulates:the^ action .-j.r~^;olthe digestive and eliminative system upon which ;Iiffedei>ends. >Jn.fevers, biliousness and skin eruptions arising primarily from disorders of the �livt^r itexeJicises a prompt and belieficial ^ effect, at once, soothing, cooling and purifying. Comprised 6f the valuable  eledients of ripe fruit in a simplie palatable form, its action upon the ^I^ is if\ �vf:ry isense gis beneficial a^ the raw juices.of the fruits from.which it is 5, ........ I ,, . ''.For prompt relief from Rheumatism, irjfenrajgja, or Lumbago,. you can 1^ depend on Slpan'f Liniment; The '^Varmin^, soothing,. countei--irritant ^IkSect :s the pmckwt'way to overcome jUhe inflammation, swelling or stiSness. few drops go right to the sore part, iliraw the'blBod' from tlie.congested ^lace and -remove the cause /bf the #che. , , ,. . ; botues at d ?' .The great; j>eqetratinjr power of. in.Canada. Sloan's Li o i m e n i �30c. A Uniqiic AMortmeQt of Hats /, B^iQail^ly;':van Aett),seABldn,j^the ita�tniaBter-�eaerB): will sit lit ibf Upper ^> the department might be represented ih'theqomaioBs byate..r ^ ' Snbscrib4 ^^�s 'th^^ s Jcri gaverament lea- loriOced. Sir George Foster in the Party Al8o>-New Under Secret-' aries to be Appointed : Ott.'Jwa. Nov. e.-Acting ^nlstera ot trade nnd conm.erco and of customs are to be appointed today- Hon. A. K. MaoLean will ^probably be ap-, polnted^o the trade and commerce de- ^ partment during the absence of Si�-(Jeorge Foster overseas. Hon. Dr. Held, minister. of railways and canals, probably will also take charge dC the department customs in the absence of ^r. Slftdta.' Sir George Foster and Mr. Sifton accompany the premier overseas. How long Sir Robert i3orden and party will remain Overseas depends on the progress ot peace negotiations. It is .however, regarded as un accepted fact here that should the negotiation^ be prolonged, parliament will' be called in their absence, probablir in I January. In this regard, a curious sit-' uation has arisen. As a result of official appointments three government departments are now without direct representation in the bouse of mons-the departiuents of labo . postotticc and soldfcrs' civil re-estab-v com-', the lishment. On the formation of Union-; government, the likelihood was,^inti-mated ot the appointment of a parliamentary under-secretary ot labor. So wirei uiuuiuxy uuuvi-^^uuiULtti.v vi iauu*. ..^v "Influenza spreading rapidly among ^far, however, no s\ich course has yet been adopted /nd the resignation of Mr. Crothers as minister of labor with the subsequent api^ointmeut of Senator Robertson to.'the ".vacancy results in direct representation of the' labor, department in. the upper house. In view of the importance of' post-war labor problems, it is considered al-. together likely that a parUBmer\ary undersecretary Jfor..^ labor will be appointed in the near future. � \ A similar situation arises in regard to the postofflce jdepartment, Befoi-e his appointment to the senate and pre- Prepared by J. C. ENO. limited, " Fruit S�lt Works," London, "Eng. Sole Agents foe North America HAROLD RITCHIE Jk CO^, Limitad, 10 McCaul St., TORONTO^ f SERE'S WARMING, SOOIBDiGku^ , f FROM YOilR RHEittATIC ACH^ Sloan's Liniment makes rubbing needless. ' It is easier and cleaner to use tlisuv plasters or poultices. It does not stiin the skin or clog the pores. A battle of Sloasi's,Liniment is all you need for'quiJk rest and relief from the jpaius of sprains, bruises, backache,, stjfifnect ^and most forms of rheumatic twinges. Generous size bottles at drug^sts everywhere. Made foreign population in the districts of Smoky Lake, Bells and Edwans. Foreigners practically ignoring health regulations. Infected stores not quar- , antined. Piblic funerals and -wakes I being held continually. No police j available. Strongly urge police be I sent or local special constable sworn in immediately. Local doctor ^swamped with cases. Municipal dtsirlct organization all foreign and ineffective J ill this crisis." This shows the results of what we I have heretofore been characterizing las inertia jand >iew points, etc. /En-, I quiry reveals the lact that .the .two ! provincial- police, with headquarters 'at Andrew, who have this district iu !hand, are both down and can't attend i to duty.  ) A report this morning from Driftpile ^tares that conditions on the Indian reserve are very bad, that there were twenty-live deaths and ten m a very icrttlcal condition, and tliat ail the In- : dian population in a critical condition ! and now comes the report that'the;dhly [doctor In that whole Ei �. and uBiaess, staffs to', volunteer their services to fight the epidemic. As To Cigars Scores of complaints, come from good women in this city and elsewhere because the provincial board did not close down the cigar Thes. board thought it better to let these bad men dribble in one by one and get their cigars, rather than have a rush in the afternoon. They will get them any-ijray. The same principle applies to barber shops. � . .... _, . Wemia miib act fodng w�^t arid eneitjyr-M*o lodkpalBaBidlMIaiignM^ iMdtlielwalltfnlaffeclaof P�1s ecial Very Choice Fiirmers* Daii*y; 2 Iba; |bi* Thisf^ ^ek^^ood value. Very Ghqice Creamery per lb. Yott can't bearthit^for this price. 55q ^iMm: 2 Creamery ^Al^ 7 f �ell^�^t. at p�rlb 45c Cuts iare AWy Down Thi^ Week See our windows'before you s^ureyouf week end requirementsv M\ our maricets conform to the pure food laws of the Dominioni P. BURNS & CO. limiteii PALACE MARKET ~ THIRTEEI^TH STREET .N. ' pilONE 4S1 . . Canada Food Board., Retail License Ho. 9^79^ >; ; - MAIN' MARKET THIRb';Ay'ENUE SOUTH ,PHdNE8 4%AND,'1388^ Canada Rood Board. Retail Lleenie , No.v 9-7952 DOMINION MARKET ' COR. 4TH AVE. AND 6TH ST. 9, � PHONE 1664 V Canada Food Board Retail License No.^-79S4 . Ottawa," Nov. 8.-Today's c-;i�iualty lists included the following officers' and western men: ' Infantry. Killed in action: A. R. Ward, Whitecourt, Alta.;Lieut. R. H. Coch-r,ne, Syracuse, N.Y.; Lieut. E. J. Nor-folkT England; Lieut S. S. McLean, Campbellton, N. B, Died of Wounds: Lieut. J.. . H. Barnes, M. C, Kildonan, Man.; H. Penning, Vernon, B. C. Died: A. P. Raid, Cremona, Alta.; K. Whaler, Vapcouver; Lieut. D. S. Shand, Scotland; R. C. Harold, What-cheer, A-lta.; H.S. Kinch,.Cereal, Alta.; R, J. Stra;yer, Hopkins, Alta. Missing. Believed Prisoner of War: Lieut. I. A. Boss, .Montreal. Pi'isoner of War: Lieut. J. . W. Crane, Newark, N. J. Artillery. Killed in Action: Lieut, J. W. Sharpies, Vancouver. \ � Bied: Signaller H>;P. Lett, Mar' pole, B.C. *^ Cavalry. KilTSd'in Action: Major C.. F. Mc-Ewen, Byron, Ont. Died of Wounds: N. F. Lindsay, Vancouver. /� Forestry Corps. Accidentally Killed: Capt", jW... :!tl.. Calder, Lachute, Que. Mounted Rifles. Died: Lieut. G. Heighintou, M. C, .Toronto. Railway Troops. Died: Llput. E. G. Stevenson, M.C, Hastings, Ont. \ ONLY FOUR SURVIVORS.' i IHonoluru^ Nov. 8.-Four survivors of the United States steamer Oumaru, which lightning sti'ucfc and �ei afire October 16 last, were brought to this port late' yesterday on a government vessel which picked thern up on a lifec' raft 200 miles from the Island of Guam, after they had suffered ter. rible hardship*. They are the -only known survjvjors of the Du- . maru's company of 46. WKictfi kind are , yours? There are only two kinds of clothes,, those that save and those that waste. you buy wasteful clothes you are de-' priving the government of needed resources of material and labor. If you want to save, insist on clothes of good quality; all wool materials;' reliable ^tailoring. One such suit can be made to do double service this yen.' if you wear it carefully and keep it well pressed; * Our duty is to see that you ge| sucK clothes, and we know we can meet our*^ obligation,? best by ofiering. Hart Schaffner&Marx suits^nd overcoats^ � � 'ii/'i � � , s they economize for you , * Home of Hart Sch|fner & Marx.Clothes CopyrjghMllSiHart Schaf{ner-&.Mapi 13453979 ;