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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE THE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, "WO -nve States Will Hold x iHeclfons for ,'r.TON the elet'tiou'to be-held oue week from Tues-r U Imted States ssualors are to be'selccted, to office March .4, "1S51, Tec present senate stands W 47 Democrats, the inar- dn tot control being so slight us io inspire' both parties to put forth their itniOit i-ttorts tq win the comins election: Both the Republicans Democrats have candidates in vir- a'l cif tlio slates, wbite Socialists. Prohibitionists, the Nou-Partlun League, and other minor parties also have placed tickets in tbe field'in "many i( the fUtes tbe have nominated candidates for seualor 111 uearly all of tbe southern slates', the Democrats are seuerally conceded tbe election in Alabama, Florida, Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina and South Carolina is to elect t-.vo senators, one beicg for the long term to succeed 3scar VI ideiMOod. and tbe other for the short term to fill nut tbe uuex: Hired term of tbe late .Senator llankhead. Senator'Underwood has beeii by tins Democrats to succeed himself, while former CoasrCEsmau 3. Thomas Heften has bec-H named for tho short term. Thaddeus H. Caraway, uow a representative inVCongrest, is the Demo- candidate for senator in Arkansas., bave nominat- ed tho iveteran Duncan TJ. succeed In Georgia the toga worn bi Jipfce Smith lias fallenHo ThoiJvas'Bf one-Jime leader ot the louuli t for maiiysyeya jjelrel" cif-Gtotgia poll; tics Louisiana a brother ot the, Senator the ejt smce Senator llroussard's death. Lee S.'Ove'nnah Has been renoraihaled lu Xorlh Carolina, as has Ellison Smith .lii South Carolina. Democratic trahdidatis'iu the remaining states, all of asl debatable; are fas WIFE HAD THE BEST OF HIM i-et- V railing 'Buvn 11 t vine stage as Senalor Krancls NAVY LEAGUE CAMPAIGN IN WINNIPEG :tif V Afurpbirji said heart we. 111 ciut to "place a finger upou hls'siflfa wltb menacint luswerldg a cbarge of cruelty preferred by his better balf In H separation suit recently. ''She hts -a and uucon- 'is In excel- lent Is my superior! in he faid in an idibt 1 would knowing all these things, to commit the alleged violent assaults." f fr which are classed as nt lea; S'.ate Vrlzoua California Colorado Connecticut Idaho Illinois Indiana iowa Kansas Keatucky ilaryland. x Missouri New Haninsltlre New York North Dakota Oliio Oklabomu Oregon Eolith 'Dakota Utah' A'errnont Wisconsin Democrat rcus. A. mi th .....Vame's'D. i'h'elan. il.onergan K t'. Republican Ralph Cameron ii. sHortrldge A: We Her Thoihas Tasgiirl Claude :ii. i'brtbr .....George H.' Hodces" ......I. C. Beckbdm Waller Smilb .'....Breckenridse Ixini; 11. Henderson. .....liayuioiitl II. Stevens .....Harry (3. Walker ,...-H.-H. Perry .....W. A. Julian :.'...Scott Ferris K: Chamberlain .....Jobn A. Farrell Cherry Milton H.: WelliiiE. Howard-E.Shaw. ..'...0.-.F-. Cotteeriil .....Paal S. Reinscb William B.JIcKinley B. Watson Albert- U.' Cummins "tbaries CnfllS Jtobert-P. Krnst p. K. Weller 'Selden P. Spencer Tasker b. Oddie P. Moses "W. Wadsworth B. F. Ladd Frank D. Willis .lolm W. Harroid Jlobert N. .Sianfield I'eurcse Peter Norbeck Snioot 'William P. DiliinBbam "Wesley L. Joues L. Le'Eroot incumbent. WOODEN SHINGLES MENACE .1. the, Norwich -----il .N; Union Fire Insurajice.Co., pointed out TORO.NTO.-'At the eessicin of the liow wooden ..shingle mpfs were dan- Oularionr, Prevention League, ncr in, wblcriiihey; ;wero Iffnited by a'menac'e'to the whole in case of fire, any.serious blaze be- gan 'flying embers and burning rere'carried for great distances in "all fraction's.; In Canada the fire at Hull nd Ottawa in 1800 was an iltustration f tbe'wbolesalQ 'conflagration which, resulted'fronvsbmgle roofs. with Ecaenu" wnles Mrs. If organ c( 183, Manning Aveauc, Toronto. "It so pained and irnlated hlmj ,ihat ha'coald He so duBgnrcd that 1 felt Lo let him go out cf tbe any jjood 1 toot him to ihc Hospital, the trcaimcut >p- pearecl lo make tbe worse. 1 Ucard aboal No More Eczema! So 1 ow upf-ijT-Oi fiiiTt-BuTi, and applied it liberal Iy and Tht paJn (iisapptaitd and the irritalion wu.wOndeiinlly Soon healing began, and ,PJS Iconiinued the Zara-nuk ueai- rneoi'lhe disease gradually appca ed unhl time my boy's as perfccttj: equtll? f ooo For til: ei t. Aticemi. Boili. Pouoaed WetiwJi. Wfli. Coti Scale j. l' THANKS TO amBuk Beautifpl of seventy yian have relied upon it for their dlslln- guished app earance. The toll, rtllneij, pearly J i while cornpjejlon it Ij I ilway> lie. source ol I flittering commtnt. ii; luViental Cream suffer L Dr Oinbntpt Trill relkrc yoii at once nod aflord. Jastu g lieiieDl. a Sarnpld Rox Jti6 If d CtosQ 2e. siamp to 1 coo. a boi; at] rnt-nHori tliia Cuticura Soap Velvet Touch German Commission Favor Eliminulion of Capitalistic. Gains, However BBIll.IX. Sociaiiza- lion gor- ernnient, cbmprlairig 21 leaders of'the Industrial labor -world and economic experts, has reported-'by a-majority of one, that'll is opposed to'.the :im-{ mediate seizure of-the nation's coal; fields. The MniinlRBionTWas divided into] two smaller ot wh'.cli de-: 'nianded-tbn iiatiouallzation'of the eh-J tire production" and distribution otj coal. This group supports the find-i ings of the ilrst commission which i lias since been .disbanded, biu whose] majority recommended immediate'' i EJpvq'ii members of Iht newly or- endorsed Walter Uatlienau's iiroposal lo give the state ibsolulc control OTor. every ounce oii coal thus, depriving the otiefalors of any voice iu dcterminlns 'eUiod'ot'dlEticiBing.ot their pro-', duct or fixing its price. The output! ot tho "mines would be'taken over by' an imperial coal'eoHncil which would have authority to fix tlio prices 'and operators. in of tapitalHtic .gains '.from''coal prffllue- tlon, pt )bo , sfoii was also convinced of the de'sir- ablllly ot withdrawing tho nation's coal assets from private was Over -ihe, method by'whicli'tliis'ia tb'be iicliioved. nathflnati's plaii, which was given small-inajority of mipporl, provides rHlid-' louemniflcalion of the opera- tors for llio tiso ot liieir planls, pay- i innnl .of Interest on invested capital, j allowances for wear and tear and new equipment- interest for j actual capital required for operations.. Tho commission nlso favored al-I lowiug workers llicd bonus premiums for Increased production and social welfare Institutions but also suggested Ifermltics in the nature of deductions for decreased.output due to.the fault of thelworkere. Tbe "majority group pointed out Hint If its were put Into effect the operator would be at unco deprived of the opportunity of juggling prices ns ho would.iio.longer be able Id market (ho coal himself. The rtiajjorfty' ul Ihe commission designated, the present plan .provision- ml procedure which will logically Itrm- Inate in complete socialization not later tlian'ao nssuiofrJc that the ultimate confiscation is fully war ranted by.the progress of economic developments, Andrew I'lncau. Newcastle. was jiutling n belt on a trimmer in th'o.8aW'.inlll where he was employed when the saw came back, practically severing hi? left ami be dlerl from the eirbckj waists ot lue centi iti inch, slid'twins a .gooi shi defies any woman to contribute nlort lo tbexCund-than, barsfilf.; Her con would J2.f These'five are among the most active in campaiguvfor {20.WO. In r.qjtfurt 1'holo shows: Capt. J. Dawes. late of the Eoval Navy, cblef petty officer of the Manitoba lioys' Naval HriEnde; naval-recruits li- Stubbingtou .and T. JVhltloa. aides to'tbe mayor during lue.tlrlve; -T. Sayhill, naval recruit, aiid Mayor C. F..GrflyT tu'c the Navy League. nttfyrnlinti W Dr. Cktit s i KMMy-Unr PUk. DEMOCRATS STRONG FOR THE BIG. WAISTS N'Ejy York women vot- ers' are- interested-in tbe waist'- sure contests being held it mea-r ctelic carapaisn. lllss Elizabeth, Miir- iiiahout i bury, the state to raise funds for the augurjited the' ide.a. INDIGESTION i trim MAKERS OF WCOTTS if: speak of uniaking -loins' of 'sleep one, two'''cfe' three nights by a "good 'some, time in the future. Avfine theory! But the hard-workjng man or-woman of these days needs a good sound sleep every night in a. bed that invites eyery nerve and muscle to rejax. Not your old wooden bed or rattling iron bed! But a Simrhons Bed with Spring, -Mattress and built for deep by Simmons Limited. Then you tiie'kind of sleep thai rbally does make you feel like'newv Simmons Limited is neer maker of Metal Beds 'built for sleep. Maker of those wonderful Simmons Springs, that really the bodyrto'He" out: flat', every .muscle relaxed. Expert in producing ;Alat--; trissses that: cushion' the; bbdi' and.luxurious. Maker of Pillows that rest the head.and neck. Special- ist, in Twinr' Becjs that1 fine: principle of a'sepirate bed --for- everyone. Metal Beds, Bra'ss Beds, Day-Beds, and Children's Cribs.: most pop- ulaV sleeping equipment' injiis storeithey cost little, ;if any, more than "COLONIAL" Design1961 It is made of Simmons .Seamless Square .and Rectangular ;TubinK throughout. .Kasy .running r'Yoiir choice of Double ami Twin especially pleasing in Twin Pairs. Has sclcss Corner Locks. in Ivory, ihc'Dccorative Colois, ind Mihojiny, Ojb and Circatsiah Walnut tffccu. ing'-youri-Simrijons Beds' with .an bye to, their, ap- pearance in see trie. first'time estaTjlislufd beautiful Stitp ft kit Write- ui'ftr tin isiiltt, "What Ltaiini find Health. Magtizinti Say atsut Siparatt Btdi and Siuud Slitp. SIMMONS LIMITED 'Kitd'ital JtUritali 'Fret if (barge. MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG CALGARY VANCOUVER. ;