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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta December 7. 1012 END OF CONTEST IN SIGHT Get Every Possible Subscription You Can There is no Way of Find- ing Out How Many Votes Your Competitors Have Beat 'em To It Momlny. Tuesday. Wednesday. After today, that's all (he time remaining to work for subscriptions In the Herald Contest. There Is no guesswork about the they are. all "tho The Herald is prepared to live up to every promise made. The contest Is now hi the hands of thu candidates and their friends and supporters. After all, the 'patrons of the Jlernld are the real power in tho contest. bring votes and votes win prizes. Just how many votes it will take to win tho lirst prize It is Impossible to the high can- didate sots it and that's all there is to It. Tho contest manager will hold the umpire's Indicator but a tow days longer, and then pass the, records over to the judges. The contest committee to be composed of business men, will bo announced Monday. ,A subscription contest is nothing but the survival of the fittest. The results are measured by enterprise, application and hustle. The contest' closes next Wednesday ulght, but counting of the votes will be deferred until Thursday niglit in order to allow candidates residing out- side of Lethbridge to send In their last reports by mall. From now until tho closing Wednesday night every candidate will he busy rounding un votes and cashing promises which aiavo been made during the past few weeks. Patrons who wish to help a candidate may do so by sending or bringing their subscriptions to the contest office In the Acadia Building. j V. Patrons, of the Herald may also help their favorite candidate by join- ing them -in the hunt for subscription payments. Be a'-good sport and do a little more than simply 'giving- your own renewal: Friends usually give boosts of this kind at the close contest. Whoever may be awarded the prizes, every candidate wants to iiile up opposite his or her name a creditable vote for the dual score be How Wl" worlt for "S to sather coatest voles -i Standing of Candidates VOGAN, MISS St. South, city REVILL, JOHN R., 617-Mtti St. South, city BIDAULT, J. At, 312-IOth.BL South, city.................. ST1BBS, C., 211-5th Avenue South, city PATTERSON, MISS JEAN Blalrmore, Alberta....... FLETCHER, IRA. C., Magrath-, Alberta.............. MARSHALL, W. M., Alberta PULMAGE, GERALD, A..-Bow Island; Alberta........... PELLETIER, MISS AGNES, Pincher Creek, Alberta...... BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN, SCOTT, MISS LOUISE, Macleod, Alberta HOULT, MRS. 406-19th St. North, City..............' MUTTON, MISS EVA, 814.6th Ave.. South, city NEGREY, 225-13th St North, city OLSON.-MISS PEARL, 312.14th St. South, city ENGLISH, J. T, 601.19th St. North, city.................. LEDINGHAM, C. I., 50B-5th Ave; city BOISVERT, MISS YVENNE, 416-12th St, A. N., SELLENS, MISS DOROTHY, 908-7th Avenue South city" CUNNINGHAM; TED, Ave. South, THURSTON. RODERICK, Lucky Strike, Alta. WRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St., North, city MEJKLE, GEORGE C., New Michel, B. C................' McKEE, CARL, ELKO, B. REDSHAW, MISS MARGARET. 267-19th St.. North, clt'y 44.2SO At Berlin. Ontario, several the number8 ofTotaT tt'l J118teM Ot years ago, a certain candidate thought the a" kinds particular arcuar ng candldate-as It after transp red-have the hirt To and would likely have held it at -.the close If he had bee wise The at stake was a trip to England nad France, and Mr Wiseguv made worse by telling this young lady that he would send her a from London That flnlshed Ills chances. -The young tad" and thiee or four Tf aml eame'out ahead with w'oOO Let this story be your guide. Do not make any particular boast about your reserve you have a reserve vote-but work with all your mlitht and main (to use a stock phrase) and keep up this work until the last ute Even If you should have too many, that's better than under the high candidate. There's a big difference between cash and an player and the piano is a fine one too.. RULES FOR.THE.FINISH The Herald's.subscription contest ends Wednesday night. The contest office in the. Acadia block will remain open -until 11 o'clock to receive subscription nports from Lethlirldoe-candid- ates, -.r Candidates residing outside of Lethbridge should "mail subscrip- tion reports on Wednesday, c.lculatlna the train from their rt.- pective towns so that the letter renches 'the conteit office before I o'clock Thursday evening. be in the conteit Candidates are not required to tend in vote The duplicate, of the ..ub.criptloh receipt, will be handed to the judges for the final count. Wednesday, Dec. 11 'ELECTORS HEARD INTERESTING SPEECHE Tte I suppose it was. but the oliice could not get it out HI tune It mil be and printed by the-end of the" year. "Mr Did TOU eve sign a con tract which was not sinctloued bj the Ihe Mr. about the contract for the Board of Trade Tlie that contract was .signed liy myself, understood that it was to be charged against the appropriation- to Gait Park and to the Board of Trade. Then some objection was raised, and 1 found that I had been mistaken. I got the council to- gether and my action was confirmed." 1 Mr. would like to know If -four men have been hired by the Council and by your authorityto in- struct the voters how to vote on com- form of government on Mon- day, and if you do not'consider such r.ction an insult to their intelligence." Mr. do -not know anything about it." Praises City Hall Staff Herons sitting after catechism (C onf-inuid iLom page 12) the mavoi took Decision to refei to tile spkiidid being done bj the cih hall staff ami if the state ments foi the jeti aie not out on time It is not the Hnlt of the staff for the; have uorked bird piiough to get them prepared. Concocted to Fool Public As Mr. Ha-rdie came to the meeting to make- a fighting speech, he was ioinewimt thrown off his balance, and took some time "to rec'over himself. He started in -by referring to the ballot which had been prepared on the commission form of government, aiid branded is as a concoction to fool the mblic. He had tried ten different combinations of votes using tbe pre- ferential ballot, and had not found it to come out the right.way "even once, j He asked the mayor how it-came to I be done. The "mayor told the meet-' ing how the council had thought it the proper plan and it had been ac- cepted. Mr. Hardie then went on to say that he dM not believe that the present city council had been hona fide in their desires to inaugurate commission form of government, and that was one of tbe reaspus he was lars. I .would not this stage of in tlie Jicld., He charged that the; the game. I do not "believe that Mr council .had, been lax in not giving 1 1-lardio would make.'such notice that a new charter would 'bej nor would His 'Worship the Mavor applied for at the next session of tbe either." legislature, and that much time was being wasted seneraHy. in conclusion' he said" that the rate- payer5 should make man aM 'I I'-'-f-u anuuiu juunu man and- LUC 1 think that the chances ot get-1 city of Lethliridge the issue He also ting a vote in favor of commission j commented on. the fair spirit which form of government is mighty slim j had prevailed all through the election with that ballot, and will be even ________" more slim if the men elected are in favor of the new system." HAS BEEN WARM AT CALGARY Commenting on the.lndustrial policy _ _ he charged that nothing had been Doc- he warmest mini- accomplished during the past seven caml'aiE" iu 'he '''story of Cal- vears, and said if something were not; gf7 i niglit. The last two or three meet- ings have been of a most sensational character, the fight centreing around lone Lethbridge would go back in- stead of ahead. Those Real Estate Men ,.r Kicha-rd Brocklehauk and H A Sin- I have known couple Pf eases, for _ The. ,je been passed at every meeting held They Were Broken Off in Fight for Possession of the Marble has never before been made public owing to a fear of diplomatic com plications. When the French secre- tary arrived at Milo, the lower par' the figure was already 'on board the Ottoman brig, and it, required threats and a gift of money to obtain its transfer to the schooner. A month later the complete goddess leave, the arms) was1 carried ashore at Mar- seilles en route to Paris. Dollar, worth of usefulness and comfort he will appreciate. EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED 50c. or sent postpaid nywhere for 50c, THE KiKG SUSPEKQER CO. lie city fo look over conditions. They have been loaded into tuuomobiles, and carted out to the industrial sites. When they came buck they were mad because they did not want to be cart- ed about by real estate men." Mr. Hardie did not refer in any way to the city's financial status, nor did this week. IN A SUICIDE PACT London, Dec. Julius .Booth an were found iv IMC: I.ILJ n iiiiciiiuiill bUllIlS, HOT aid n-i, t i he even mention the bond sale ey llad "oe" shot' is llc' In conclusion he suggested that the i that .thci'r "eatl15 WGre tllc re' council should recall the commission f' "acl' Booth had been running a moving picture government ballot, and submit a sin-tight ballot which would peo. pie to vote only for straight commis- sion form of government or for the hybrid form. The Candidate and Labor Mr. is rumored on show at Brlghtlingsea. COAL BARGE SANK Sandusky. Ohio, Dec. barge K. N. Knapp. in ton- of the steamer, tlie streets that you have not always! Williara. A' Hazzaro. bound up the fii.. T.. lakes, witli a cargo of coal sank here been fair tolahor. Is it'right." Jlr. When was Mr. say it was during the strike five or six years ago miners' strike." Jlr. have more- Mends among the miners than anywhere else." The ex-Chief Chief Gillesple said he liked fitir play and hoped he would get it from the newspapers. He was for commis- sion form of government, and left the ratepayers to say so on Monday. Itefcrriug to all the talk about the industrial policy, the ex-chief said no one had ever thought about it until j tie had mentioned it lirst. Heretofore I the city had spent a lot of money on paper and ink, which went into" the waste paper basket.- 'wanted to see a different policy, nnil if elected would see that personal interviews _ ;f were had with intending industries. ment lo wanted a man on the spot, and lelieved they could offer belter In- lurements than .Medicine Hat. "It has been brought to my notice." aM the candidate, "that a rumor Is the rounds, lliat I intend to re- tire in favor of Mr. Hardie, that gen- tleman lo pay my expenses EO far in the Put if Hanlie or .Mr. Hatch cither had a million del- today. A fierce galo is blowing, and heavy seas are running. ft is on Top Every Time! Supreme above ill, others in qual- ity raised by that proud emin- ence Alberta's Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, fresh it is Invariably dependable. Your gro- cer knows it ask him. Paris, Dec. Aicard, the Ada- demician, supplies as a -result of his researches a definitive explanation of the fact that tbe celebrated Venus of Milo has no arms. Some have sup- posed that the Goddess lacked arms because the sculptor, twenty centuries ago, feared to complete his work, thinking that his inspiration would not last long enough to enable him to make arms snln'ciently beautiful to match the rest. Others have suggest- ed that she held a lance in her hand as "Venue or repelled a lover, who formed originally part of a group with her. THE BANK OF EDMONTON: Ottawa, Dec.' Canada 'Ga zette contains notice that an applica- tion will be made to Parliament at its next session for an act, to incorporate a tiew bank, as the Bank of Edmonton, with power to trasact a banking business thioughout Caiiadl !so details ire ghen A MORAL WEAKLING Calgary, Dec to me is just one flriuk after another, and I'm sick of ticlaimed Oeorge Cole, sho'rtlj before shooting himself in the head at a local hotel this afternoon. He is at a local hospital, and not expected" to live. WOMAN USURER FINED .New .York, .Dec. Mabel Downey, 27 years old, said to be the :lTst woman to be a Neiv York couit of taking usurious inter- est todaj sentenced to pay a fine of Angered -by taunts of strikers, strike ireaking gold, miners at .New 'ealnniJ attacked Union hall. In the ioting a policeman and. a citinn killed But M. Aicard .declares that Venus had arms as lovely as her body. .Will her right hand 'she held .up her drap cries; in her left, was an apple. Ve nns was discovered in 1820 by: a peas- ant who was digging his.field in the Island of .Mile. She was in a sort of crypt or grotto. Vaguely realizing the value of the marble, the peasant carried away the top part to Ills cot- tage. There it. was seen later by a French naval ensign. The while mar. bio, pure as a lily, stood out in all its exituisite perfection from the foul- smellinfr. smoky hovel, barely lighted by a liny window. Informed of the pure beauty of the statue, the Marquis de Riviero, the French ambassador at Constantinople, sent his .first secretary to obtain it. The envoy arrived'barely in time: The priceless marble was being dragged along by a parly of Greok-and Turkish sailors to an Oftofnan lirls. The French diplomat landed men from the schooner in which he arrived and captured the treasure aftrr a fight. Hut it 'was roughly handled by the Jailors In getting it on hoard, and the arms were broken. Portions lay upon the beach of Milo and were never re-' fovercd. This Is why Venus Is arm-! less In her solemn resting place hi the I.onvre. This version of tho facts of France's possession of the celebrated' slauie Learn now of Hosiery Really Fault-Free! Let your next hosiery purchase be Pen-Angle. Examine these perfected stockings 'ot socks closely when the clerk shows them to you. Notice the utter absence of the clumsy, troublesome seams you been wearing. Hold them up and study how the shape has been knit into the fabric dragged into shape as in all other hose. And then, when you wear them, see liow snug and neat they fit shape-retaining their method of manu- long-wearing our exclusive knitting process makes it sure your hose will you cease casual buying and demand only 79 MADE BY Penmans Limited PARIS, CANADA Ondsrvr'ear, Sweaters, Hosiery ;