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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ftPAGE TEN the TeTHBRIDGE DA1L.y HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1018 I'f 1)L NOW FORECASIEO Calgary Strikers Are Not Likely to Accept Terms of Settlement Proposed. Winnipeg, Oct. 18.-The action of the government in laying information against five strikers In Calgary will precipitate a general strike of raliwaymen throughout Canada, said R. B. Russell, secretary-treasurer of the machln- Vfheik your nerves are all on edge and sleep seems out of the question take- �t bedtime-one or two , �mns Luf Ml Sale pf u.r Medicine in tlie Werld. Said mm^wkttm. In hnmt, aSc Ists, this morning. "The men who have been summoned are for the most part office-holders in the unions which are on strike and before Saturday morning, when they are up for trial, a vigo^ous protest �will be made by all railwaymen in the Dominion." said Mr. Russell. Not Likely to Accept Calgary. Oct. IS.-It is extremely unlikely thht the Canadian Pacific railway frei.elu hamllera now on strike will accept the terms nl (ho conip.iiiy, uaiiieiy that 7.t per cent, of Lhym be reinstated in -falgary, although sucli a oour?e i.^ strnagly iidrised b.v Senator Robertson in a wire to the Trades unci l.^hiir council here. The strike ionimittee were in sessiou ali morning and it is lUiderstood they have replied to the senator, suggesting that the Canadian Pacific railway stretch a point and reinstate the whole of the men. without prejudice and for tlio matter to be fully gone into by the railway adjustment board. . Even i'' a Settlement be arrived at iu the meantime, unless lie receives , instructions to the contrary from the 'department of justice. .Tames Muir, i K.t\. Tfill proceed with the inforniation laid against the five employees of the ''Caaadian Pacific railway Ogden shop, which has been set for hearing at 10 ! o'clock tomorrow before Police Magistrate Davidson. In his telegi-am Senator Kobertsou si.ites that the concession that the Canadian P.icific railway have made. i;i his opinion, is "a substantial offe'' of adjustment, which should receive ^�vorable consideration." and he advises iinmediaie acceptance without prejudice. The men. he states, who were primarily responsible for the strike can have their case referred to ihp railway adjustment board. PAINS AND ACHES YIELD QUICKLY TO SLOAN'S LOflMENI Are you tormented by Xeuralgia. Lumbago. Sciatica or any or ihose aches that require .t counter-irritant.' Then let the soothing, warming application ot Sloan's Lininient stop the pain fay drawing tlie blood away jrom the congested part. It is the pres.-ure on tlic nerves by the blood rusfimg to tiie inflamed muscle or joint that makes you ache. when Sloan's Liniment relieves the swollen blood ve,-;sels by setting up a counter-irritant on the surface, the circulation is equalized, sympathetic nerves all soothed, and soreness or Jaujeness disappears. Sloan's Liniment is probably the counter-irritant most widely used to overcome painful inflammation in cases, of _ neuralgia, sore muscles, wrenched joints, strains, bniises, gout. Kubbing is not required. This clear, clean liquid is easily applied as it does not stain, the skin. Made in Canada. Generous size bottles at your druggists. aie World's Linimerii m Specials For Saturday MEN'S SUITS Dark Grey Checked Hard Finished Tweed, well tailor- OA r|� ed 0-button sack........................................�* crowd, excited the inhabitants. | '.A. heavy battery of four was iu! the direction of Zeebrugge opened fire on the destroyers and as it seemed possible the presence of the naval force might lead to the bombardment oi^ Ostend or to more shel!.> falling in the town, where they would endanger the lives of civilians. I decided to witlidra.w the naval force and thus give the enemy no excuse for firing toward the town. "I, therefore, re-embarked and the destroyers withdrew, being heavily \ .shelled to tlie east- of Middlekirke. i Four launches were left at Ostend as j an inshore patrol, the inhabitants being nervous of the Germans returning. "The king and queen of the Belgians expressed the wish to visit Ostend, either from the sea or the air. In view of the difficulty of landing and the nncertainty of the situation, they proceeded in the destroyer Termagant, flying the Belgian flag at the mast to the vicinity of Ostend. "The senior officer ot the British motor patrol off Ostend. which had been reinforced by four motor launfch-es, reported that all had been quiet for some hours." u 1 SEDTO I! OF ALEPPO London, Oct. 18.(British wireless service.-In Syria, the Turks are not offering any opposition to the British advancing toward Aleppo. It is reported that a force of 12,000 Turkish soldiers is being concentrated at Aleppo under Gsn, Niman von Sanders. British forces are already 100 miles south of Aleppo. The British are making progress in repairing the railways in the country they have overrun in the last few months. LABORIIES SUPINA'S GROCERY NEWS PHONE 1766 M^ilrose Baking Powder, oz. fins. Special, 2 tins for..................... Potato Flour, 2 pkts. lor................ Khovah Lemonade, per large tin................ Com PTakes, 2 pkgs. for .................... Shredded Wheat, pkg.................... Peanut Butter, Squirrel Bra:nd, per lb. tin . Nelson Brand guaranteed pure Jam in 4 pound tins,'new season's jam, per tin .....r.......... 45c 45c 25c 25c 15c 35c 3d pure w seas- 1.10 Canned Peas. ne.w season, pound tins. 2 tins for ................... .Vew Candied Peel, per pound----......... Oyster Shells, 10 lbs. for.................... Lennox Soap, 9 bars for..................... (:hristies' Sodas, per 2 lb. tin .................. At t'mes during heavy bombardment the army' i commissariat becomcij so disorganized that ordin� ary food is unprocurable for days. . ^.i During stich timci? as this the value of a convenient tni concentrated food that may be carried a.nd handled casUyt cannot be over-estimated. ^ Aclioe ScTOice Qhocolale answers ail the requirements of such a food. It i^ the most nourishine and whcie� some chocolate manufactured. If jrou ore unable to obtain thii chocolate ' in your lociHty, write ui, ^ \. will see that you get it. . Sulil in Ck. aud 2dc. siic^ CABINET MINISTERS GOING BACK TO OTTAWA Ottawa, Oct. IS.-Sir Robert Borden probably will be hack in Ottawa to-morro