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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK poun THE nAn.v HERALD MONDAY, NOV. letbbtbjJ Hlbcrta DAILY AMD WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Remember tin- stay m homes- cun make their sacrillco UirouglJ ,tho 1'at- rlotlc Funo. A mun who falls to back up hit country In the time, ot war ought to be deprived uf Ills citizenship. PA ilCKED UP IN !-OH THK BUSY CANADIAN CASUALTIES Daily, delivered, per ween Daily, delivered, per ysnr Daily, by mall, ner your The opinion useil to ho that us Now caiBary citizens will -tender o bun- Tiie opinion useu tu Calsary citizens will -tender a uiui- 1'c! York and Illinois went, so went tlio to j s. prior to his do- republic in presidential elections.' It; parture for .Montreal. ,ilc western states I TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W A Buchanan John Torrar.ce ManasinE Uusine5S PS My on address labe.. mice of papers alter expiration dot our authority to ron-.inue the iulmrip- tion. On the popular vote in the three- j- cornered tight o! 1912, Wilson was m ttaplams dut.M. a minority, though he had a big nia- j jorlty of tho electoral college. Ill the straight fiqht last week he had the popular majority as well us the clcc- j tornl college-. There is no doubt n'.out I Accept- election being an endorsement of his administration. In the recent elections Oregon pass, ml a law prohibiting the liniwHullon ot liquor into that state. Cnpt. J. H. Andrews, oC Victoria. has proceeded to Saloniki on Your King and Country nctd you r.tjnt nowi_______ IS BUILDING UP HIS PARTY Woofirow Wilson's administration fciw been the salvation of the Demo- cratic party. He has been elected by the popular vote of the people, and lie won in states where the party for- merlv was weak. That was only made possible by the policy he pursued as president. He has reconstructed his part} We have an clement in Canada fa- vorable to a change in the constitu- tion of the Empire alter the war. A recent speech of Lord Derby, a real Imperialist, does not offer them much encouragement. He suys: "People talk glibly of a now constitution. I nm Conservative and the old consti- tution is good enough for me when it gives such results as during the pres- ent All the linll losses in Saskatchewan will be paid by the municipal iuiil I paper, cardboard, etc., or remove duty on it. Hamilton Recruiting League is in- formed thut some returned soldiers were offered jobs if they would work below the regulation wage. Stratford Council appointed Chief of Police Lammin to enforce the On- tario Tempera-ice Act there, so that the fines will revert to the city. Lieut. W. F. Howard Tiiiswell K.F. Ottuwo, Nov. casualltles now total over sixty thousand. On October cai- nnllties woro Those were as follows: Killed in tlon, died eof wounds, died of sicknllSE. 490; presumed dead, wounded, missing, total, S9.941. This list does not In- clutlo prisoners, as for aonio reason not yet revealed, the militia authorities are not 6lv" ing out In their ntilclal state- ments tho number of Canad- ian prisoners in tho hands ot Germany. A striking feature of the cas- nalty list is the small number of deaths from sickness, a re- tribute to the rDitish and Canadian medical services, A., j ilton. aged in action. i of Mrs. Tidswell. of Ham- 21 years, has been killed Conservative press is very jriticise Quebec but it fails _ut that the sentiment exist- ing'in that province against the par The eager Rev. Cant. Ball, who was severely NEW DAYTON New Dayton, Nov. fell on the night ot the nth. delaying the farmers from threshing the next morning. Herb Wolf sold his half section farm i to Patterson for per acre and he will now go to Dayton, Alta. L. B. Duncan went to his homestead in Onefour, accompanied by J. White- sel. Mr. Fitchitt, the New Dayton pub- lic school principal, is on a trip to Calgary. Miss Rose Mario Shrill is taking charge of the New Dayton pub- lie school while -Mr. Fitchitt is A missionary meeting was Hid at the New Dayton Presbyteri'in cht'Kli, HIS HEART BADLY AFFJP "Frnif-a-tlves" Soon Relieved This Dangerous Condition 8SS GtnnABD Sr. EAST, TORONTO.' "For two years, I was a victim of Acute Indigestion and Gas In Tho Stomach. It afterwards attacked my Heart ami I had pains all over my body, so that I could hardly move around. I tried all kinds or Medioino but none of them did ine any good. At last, I decided to try I bought the first bor last June, and now I am well, afltr