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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ v�ne� nortti of the Oninuhe and the v ' H aav.*i the "Serblene >ntered Mol- Tfffi LETHBRlbGE DAU-Y HERAtJ irwae at'Sari^eva AMhduk* Pranz Ferdinand Huitrta wa� aaaaieinatad Juat-k> ta the outliraak of the vraat � warl ^. tERBS WE>�E INVITED, idtn, ^ Mev. f.-in their Tid-. Semlln, Klenak and Mltrovlt�a, ae-eotdlng to a Serbian official etate-- received here.t."The'UroV government It^i-iSaraje iidd�/. ialhncia iaMl.iim iMlaAfAlfW. t ,:y?^�sh)ngton, Nov. 9.-Food Bitcotie to direct preparation foxjleed^ ins the people ol redeemed ndrlhorh WpXiCH and Belsitim and aiding in the task ef pr^entlng starvation im.Aiis-.trla, Bu}gari8 and Turkey. " " Mr. HooTBr,\it is understood,! no^ relinquish position as fo alqngij^e : lines followed �>� the Bel)5Ja&V-;|cfiItBi':*^^^^ \tM(ai:'h�fclS[VstiU�cliWir;nnn. , -^ftfj,'jjJan^confeniplates relief also for. ^)utIi#Europe, including Serbia] Itumania'JnidyMoute&egro. ~i :.. ^. decidedito break' off all relatione with the Ructian Soviet miaaton.2 The members of, the Ruealan'ldelegationi have been'* ' atked by the government to leave" Switaerland^ because of their par- r tieipation in revolutionary propa-r ganda. ? �--:--'^^-��� . -^i^ Fred Patterson, a .vell-to-do retlr/ iarmer, died -in SL Marys.  1 Look at his Tongue! pive Him a Cascaret-Quick 1 Won't eat.' Don't scold! See if tongue is white, breath feverish, stomach sour; : MOI^RSI Nothing else "works" the nasty .bile, the sour feVr^entjitions Md consUpation poison so gently-but so thoroughly from hfiljittle stflSiiKh; liver and bowels like harmless Cascarets. While ;hit^renusuall}r::/tzht against laxatives and cathartics, they gladly eat a .:?�^y Cascaretjr, Caacurets never gripe the b'o\vels, never sicken. Each en cent box of teascarets.contains directions fpr dose for children aged ar old aiid'lipwards. Five out qf Seven American Housewives now uM: \rhat are known as combination or double' cting bilking powders; ; . This style of^aking powder hm two �ctiony. It acts first when cold water or milk itaddedin the mixing bowl. Its second action requires thc'':baat'of the oven. This strong, double leavening p6n^er it what is needed for the heavy war flours and wheat flour substitutes.  - EGG-0 ;Baidnj Powder is;M( inu'e. strong,.^oa&/e-ac(i'nj baking powder that Ganadiiui housewives are finding just right for war-time t b�k^^KiItbakes4ig||t. easily^gest- , |;efl;aeHdously'flavored "bread, cakes" %;�.clf'3^u are;having trouble with ^'j^rbikinfjiteyEgg'O instead of the i^it^ofry "bStii^pmi/den, You'll be ,ithth^�s�It., i^^Cwuida Edmonton, Nov. 9.-On, bebalf of all public health officials the minister handed out the following statement at-noon today: The number of cases reported prior to yesterday atnounted to J2.219. The number of new cases reported yesterday is 1,030, making a total of 13,2*9. The number of cases is climlbing daily., to iustlfy the warning, fliat this dff-' partment has daily given, that it should-not be sent out to the public that the influenza is ^bating because it most emphatically Ts not. The report over the phone from scores of locatitieashows far more conclusively than the reported, numbers, that we are still going up the incline. Some of the iuost striking points from which the new cases pome are as follows:, ' . ^3 Bellevue and district. IS; Champion and district. 32; Calgary. lOS; Letlibridge district, 21: ^femiscam. IT; Redciitr, 17; Retlaw, 26. But there ^are thousaiids of cases in the province that are not yet reported.-For exa,mple. this morning, one of pur -workers,' Mr, Chesney, whom we sent over to Mymam. which is away northeast of MannvUle, reports sixty cases In, that locality. MaakOrder This department is having difficulty enough all OYer this province in an at-letapt to saye human life, without being bothered witli the inertia of local boards. It looks as If the medical., men, on the Edmonton board of health in this cityT have made; tip their minds to put their;own' individual opinions above the' law of tills land. > We -a? ' Gilbert Taylor, for l3'ysarB bailiff of. the division court ol''LO;w;eh'Soimd, died suddenly from heart^frouble. ForTouJHid Your pends "I beg you to pubUspijaj^etter.'* It is only' nilural tliaU;^ipl� ''^"f^* Us enthusiastic letters �6oal^m PiUi. VTouldn't you do. thie  safM^lf^tafter >4ufferiag from backacbejdfd^lmiMry^yon .found relief t 'W'ouldn't Jro^ptpai your friends and others to know'What Gin Pills had (lone for you, and what they !WiU do for themf Of .course, yon would, and that is iho only rj^ason that prompts people to write .us-'praising this great remedy. ' S . Read what Isidore Thorns says in part: "My casB was very Berions,..anil I was, so sick everybody expected tD-y death any day. No aoirenng could be worse than what I had to^. endure. Eight boxes of Gin Pills were Bufticient to cure-me entiro-' ly. i beg you to publish.:iny.-letter and tell all sufferers-�)f;Kid-aey" Trouble not to despair nor wait, as Gin Pills will cur^them, I have to be very thankful to you,,. ) and I-recommend Gin fjIls:to all my Ifriends suffering from.'kJjclBey trouble," , -s-v- , Take ti'e advice of tlioiei.-pjo hftT� tried most reinedies and'Toufid that Gin Pills,cjrc. Gin Pills are not a eure-aU^bot a scientific remedy for Kidnay or B^d-[..der TrDubles.; OTiey foat|iaAeJSfape-flcjal ingredient of gin,^illl^t i^jhe alcohol, aniH gin liati bebn^r.(|(l^ised asay In Berlin to -submit vigorous protest on the. followlngi points, information concerning which has been of-' ficially furnished {o the department. . Flrst-^ForcIng any American, prfschera-of war to labor while ill'Or physically unable sto do so.. �� - Second-Cbmpelling any American prisoners of war to la-' bor inmines. vThM-^Compelling 1 any Am-' erlcan^civillan prisoners to i:perform> Sny worli: of any kind, save Bitch �)S' may be neces- ^^ary In connection with their own care or upkeep or in'con-, nection with the care or'upkeep of their own quarters. The Oermani govemmeht is informed that Uie- � IJnIted States insists; that there must be a cessation ot the.rbbbing and loss of parcels and /bat it is ,not disposed to.gjve cred-* ence. to^'endeavors of tjho Gp& man government to excuse.tl^e failure of parcels to reach their, destination by laying.the blame On countries handling, ^tho parcels -before they reach .Germany.. .....' . ^ ' ^ YoUf rtiqurtt wll bring it by retum^ywuL .. - t \ CHASE & SANBORN MONTREAL' .'Quebec^ Nov, 9,-Local representa-tivea:ot the.,lniperial munitions board engaged In supervising the fitting and machinery Installation of the wooden steamet^ built and launched from the yardga!^Jwfl,�^�,l�Ps#iMl(hftrl;^;^:and, tlie.'^ Quebec Shipbuilding and Repair Company, I,Ii)VlteaV??i(Saise. docks, have received in^tJWq^�|i'tr,c�� ^Ottawa to stop the work ot;Tittihg guns on board the; ships and al^o sto|) the pdovldlng ot quarters Av'' bbard^'some vessels for guil crews, 'x ' ' >, ^ .f UNFILUEO ORDERS New'York, N0.V. 9:-^Unflll6d> orders of the United StatesSteel Corporation oU'^l^Oct: 31 wene 8,^53j293 tons,- ac-cof^lss. to the corpo;ration's monthly statement issued today./S'hlR is an in-cre&se of 55,388. txins c'ompared � with the^orders on Sept. 30." , London, .Nov. O.^Plnes j)f ,|s6o. and $700 wei;o Imposedby Judge .'MacBeth this morning on Le\irls Elsie,'-superln-, tendenl, and William Oliver^ foreman-, lespectlvelyi ^t y ttvei:v'LQndon,i^anuf ac luring and Machine, compauy's muni-remainrat hojmc. "'"'.'':''��'-?"'. ^ . v.. ... ^, '�" V, V- � '  >. ' 'AMim. War-Time Stlectiona offer special Service Value $  ... Tor iMen/Wontpn and Cihildren, Aaky^ur dealer for ihm. VAMES^HOL � ..v,': -^--r l>, ;� : ^ LIMITED' .....' - . ,i''Shppmakera to the Nation" ' ST.JOkN MONTKKAI. TOKONTO / When yam buy Shoea loakforr- WINNIPKG EDMONTON VANCOUVkK '-this Traii^-mark onavery aoU f 66 4037 ;