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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta VagtlO THE LKtllBBilME DAILY HERALD I Herald s Prize Contest Closes Prize Awarding Committee Mr. Geo, M. Hatch. Mayor of Lethbridrje. Mr. H. A. McKillop, President Lethbrldge Board of Trade. Mr. A. J. Irving. Secretary of Y. M. C. A CummlngB. of Hillcrest. v town or locality. The commit tee so selected will supervise the counting of the votes and award the prizes. Their decision shall be final. Bunou.nlis Adding will be used to i-uuiit the votes. Mr. .1. W. HctboriKon, of thf Hank oi ('onmuM'tv. lias promised to "manipulate' 'lite standing of the until the judges give out the otlu-inl figures oti Thm'siiay in'ylu, is published today. Ovor :i doxfii ca militates hiivi1 ;t larse vote. Si'veru! :iiv niiicli boyoiid the 1ml f million mark, while others, maybe just, as strovig, SLHMU satis lied 'to remain lower in the list. oven representative of (be contest department know who will win. It will likely take the, Usi day's business to decide knows what the last tiny will bring forth. One ibJujr is ceriMu, however, and Umi is iliut the over-contldent i-iiu- -.diilate ithc. one who feels his w her vote can not be overcome) is in great danger of defeat. The rai-e seems loo close for any contestant to vest ,a minute of tin? time riiat can be devoted io soliciting; votes, Last- Standing of the Candidates llnal bow today. All honor io the ciuuHuaies who have made this contest such a, re- A great many people think they can pick the winners. Many candidates v '.feel sure of winum-. the candidates be able to hold their standing as shoini the final count is made Thursday night. Of course if they protein their lea (is today and tomorrow, that is a different story, Uut you who are to the top need a pretty big: margin of safety. v cannot prenit-t what wili between now and the, clostiig hour, Xo one CAU. Even the candidates ihemstilves do liot know whether tlieir will come through. IN CANDIDATES' HANDS The contest has now passed beyond the control of the contest inamiE.er. By this we mean .that the'contestants have taken possession of it. and we step aside and them iiirht ii out. wish to assure ihem that the contest will close on the same lines upon v.'hich it been conducted. Everything will be open and above board, and no one will win Use ammunition is at hand. BIDAULT, J. A., 312.10th St. South, city FLETCHER, IRA. C.. Alberta MRS, N. c., an-sth Avenue south, city REVILL, JOHN R., 617-Hth st, South, city VOGAN. MISS THELMA, 619.13th St. South, city MARSHALL, W. M., TPber, Albirta PATTERSON, MISS JEAN B., Blalrmore. Albtrta DULMAGE, GERALD, A., Bow Island, Alberta PELLETIER, MISS AGNES, Plncher Albert.. BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN, Carm.ngay, Alberta SCOTT, MISS LOUISE, Macleod. Alberta HOULT, MRS. W., 406-19th St. North. City HUTTON, MISS EVA, 814.6th South, city NEGREY, STEPHEN, 225.13th St. North, city OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312-14th 'St. South, city ENGLISH, J. T., 501-19th St. North, city LEDINGHAM, C. I., 508-5th Ave. South, city BOISVERT, MISS YVENNE, 416-1211, St, A. city EELLENS. MISS DOROTHY, 908-7th Avenue Scuth, city CUNNINGHAM, TED, 214-Ut Ave. South, city THURSTON, RODERICK. Lucky Strike, Alta WRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St., North, city MEIKLE, GEORGE C., New Michel, B. C McKEE, CARL, ELKO. B. c REDSHAW, MISS MARGARET, 267-19th St.. North, city 655.050 651.625 635.350 300.600 137.250 RULES FOR THE FINISH their friends are Invited to attend and to the judge, for the final count P) Wl" be to keep n sane average FINISH IN SIGHT- 1 lie linisli wire is in sight. .lust the ones who linve the most "reserve" Pick The subscriptions tomorrow HI-R hard to QNLY One More Day after this evening, and then the Herald's Great Contest will close, with a Bang Hurry! Pic e suscriptions tomorrow turn lo i c to- yon I he contest manager is sorry that the eoniVst isYloV IVW The v writer will issue no more Imperial But it as be war; even If there are to he no medals of honor Slorioiis Thank yon all. Slow music, professor. IMPORTANT NOTICE The Herald's -subscription competition closes tomorrow cvtnina at stated many, many times. evening, at The counting of the votes and awarding of the prizes will be delayed one -port, and "LiM bC9in Candidates and their friends will no doubt be much interested in the re- sult It will be; useless, however, to call up the contest department and get any mform? ,on unt I all the votes are counted. o'clock we will be pleased to give inquirers .all the Information they desire. _, its length are seoreg of signs marking Fertile Frames 'Placed in Minds Canada exhibits. _ .A canvas of these shows tiiat Mani Eves of Hundreds of Thousands Chicago, Dec. Wesieru Canada. tofoa, Siiskait'iiewan. Albena and Brii i ish Columbia are freely represented I A canvas of the men associated with these exhibits identities such men as White, uf Otta-.va. inspector of the Uniied Siaies agencies for adver- iwwlv opened-oasis of J. Porte, of Eclmon. representing the Central Alberta ha, been placed in Ehv pints eye gf Cjmad. (hcusande in ihe ceiiinil northwest ofjjau Northern at Winnipeg; E. United States ihroiish she energy i Srott, deputy commissioner of ngrieiil- o! Canadian organization, ro-operatiag j uf Briiish Columbia: A. II. Shod- the United Suites Land Show in Loll, of Victoria: F..McGIure Soland- ihe immense coliseum at Chicago, or Saskatoon; M. 3. Middleion, ihe land show is now in ses- -sssisutsn. horticulturist of ihe depart- fment of agriciiliure of Uritish Cohim- Pcr geiierauons our Canadian rons- hia, from Xtlsoii. and George A. Hall, itm have been termed conservative, the Canadian advertising agent at Mil- F> Ms has been ujiiy deumusiraiei] W ankee. li.v tlie Canadian at tht Show, j These. geutlc-inen liave uast-d sucii nnd their in war ot publicity in tile interests of meir claims for aueniion lias impres. i their nation first their comnumit; the hundred thousand persons who lhat the American ha's liave by admission visited tho Uaheii most kindly to ilielr efforts grcai eiiiofinon in !he uuildliii! result is that Western Canada J.irci- nst-a ha-.v named as made its to the I'nited .alts tor the iiresldeiicy of the States through the columns of the hlillei- j press from the Gulf of Mexico Io the international lino and from the At- lantic to the Pacific. cific on iis west are renresenu-d -nj the 1 -ind Shmv ,l, II ls tlu' lvlth 'he big United rrus Tomorrow Will fee the -Manitoba, from tin- bad lands on !U r-ast to British with the Pa- iri Here's something that will appeal to the boys for Christmas "A Studeba! Junior' leer MINIATURE FARM WAGON The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. their own. This day, while preseiitin. the entire exhihitiou. presents moT clearly the section named on tha liarticular day. The conservative Canadians madi no great, display of the comin0 Canada's Day. But when it came ihej made the most of the opportunity, ant many of their unique features have been followed by exhibitors allotted n lay later in the great Land Sliowi Canadian hard wheat flour made its "st official bow to. American palates on Canada Day. An Immense oven nstalled in the Coliseum worked over- ime producing brea-d from this staple Western Canada. As fust as the oaves were made they were distri- uieu to eager patrons of the show, 'he respective booths grouped under he general term of Canada distribut- d potafoes. Canadian grown, and ap- les which vied for Ihe supremacy 'ith thousands of their kind from the orllcnltural fields of the United tates. In the Canadian booths, at rnctively arranged, were displayei lost liberally excellent samples of he Canadian grains. For more than a decade Wester Canada lias been merely an pxpres siou of some wild, far western. col< country, hut through the efforts to de monslrate that nation's remarkable-re sources, the gentleman from the Do minion that represenl first their own communities and stand in a phalanx for ihe general cnuse of Canada have materially furthered that country through its display ai the Land Show. IT IS A WORTHY CAUSE AND SHOULD BE GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED Bow Island hospital dircciors havi made tlie following a j.peal to the pub lie: To the residents of How Island. Winnifred, Hnrdett niul surrounding district: We, the undermentioned members of the hospital board of How Island, believe it is unnecessary tor us Io remind you of the iirsent need of a hospital In this district, for yon will probably remember case's in your own particular locality where patients incurred n ivry serious danger through Iiavinj: to be conveyed io places some away, or Lethbrldse. Moreover, the iustitll. lions In those cities are often over- u-owded. and patienis from this ,lis- Irii-t often run a si-rlous risk iii not lindiiig suitable ncsommodation. therefore, make this appeal in you for your assistance, sympathy and support, in erecting a general hos- pltnl. It is iinite apparent to 'us all that owing to the increased population of Southern Alberta, and this portion in particular; increased hospital accom-! modation is absolutely necessary and consequently we must, iinite in a strong effort to provide suitable quarters for ihose who are unfortunate enough to them. The hospital board, in making this ippeal, hopes that the people of (he mi-rounding towns and district will give their usual generous support and hat as a result of their united prac- icai assistance and hearty co-opera- ion a hospital at Bow island will oon be put upon a sound financial asis. and in a position where it can nccessfnlly meet the demand that -ill undoubtedly he made upon it. May we venture therefore to ask your valuable aid in this matter It is an undertaking which you will asree, requires Ihe assistance of every- one If this appeal has your sympathy, and the object meets with your ap- proval, send a subscription to th secretary-treasurer of the hospit hoard as soon as possible. On behalf of the board, R. A. S. JIACLAHEN, Secretary-Treasure 1 Hospital B. C. Ludtk Mrs. It. A. S. JlacLaren, .Mrs. E. Lnckhardt. Messrs. A. P. Werts, .1. Bratton, Dr. .1. H. Paterson. Finance C. Ludtk E. W. Lnckhardt. J. W. Hurd. THOUSAND MEN AT WORK ON BRAZEAU COALFIELDS ON LINE OF C.'N. R. Tea Will Hie Hair RESTORE FADED AND GRAY HAIR TO NATJJRAL DRUFF QUICKLY RE. MOVED Tliei-f of Salts (or "f Ihe hair. grandmothers kept inrir hair dark; Blo.say. abund- anl by thf. ...SaBe Ten." Ihclr ludi- fell out appearance, they mniti- a lirew of Irav.s. anil nunllcd II Io Ilielr hair n-omlerfully Ix.nsficiul cf- tc the lirppoim; nietlioj of S.itlierlns; l.orl.s anil maliinc tlir Ira. TIliB is by skllfull chem- li.Mlf-r than could do It our- wlves; nn.l all have to ilo la "all for the reinly-inaile proiliicl. Sagi. and Sulphur Hair ody. ranlnhilns in sti-engtll, with the .-uWlllon of. Sulphur anollicr This nrrii.ir.itl.in gives yoiithrul col- or and lirautj- to the Imlr. and Is one of bent yon ciin use for UnlUruir. feverl.li, llehinif sculp, railing Imlr. an a lifty cent boi- llc from your ill ncsisl lojay. and you "'111 surprised al tlir quick results All drasftlsis sell it guarantee Hint HIP nionej will he refunded If the rcmeily not exacil; as ronrescnted. ,j. Hlcrlubniham Coni- nnny. Edmonton, Dec. of Ihe Canadian Northern Railway com pany's branch to the Brax.eau coal fields in western Alberta has been completed to a point 3ii miles west of Hocky Mountain House. A thousand men are at work on construction at intervals JO miles further west and will continue throughout the winter. C. V. Cummings, secretary-treasurer of the Northern Construction com- pany, said here today that work in the prairie sections lias closed for the season. D. F: .McArthnr, contractor for the ;rade of the Edmonton, Dunveganand llrilish Columbia lino, has completed [he season's work on the new line to ihe Peace River cduntry. This leaves the roadbed clear for steel, 70 miles of which will be .laid this winter. Tlie company has a modern track- laying Jllachine at 'work and is put- ting down from one to two miles of rails every day. HEAVY FOG BOTHERS SHIPPING Vancouver, Dec. worst fog experienced along the Vancouver wa- ter front for several years is bother- ing The fog extends all the to is said to be the ivorst experienced in fifteen years. MONTREAL REALTY VALUES Montreal. Dec. Holiness Movement church, Blenry and Mayor streets; was sold this morning to Fred A. Scroggie for or at the rate of JL'S.dO per square foot. 'wclve years ago Bishop Homer, the leader of ihe denomination, pur- chased, (lie.lot upon which tho building was erected later, for about while the little church cost less than MT. Scroggie is said to he re- resenting United States dealers in :he erection-of a bank office Vorth Western Slates Want Raturn Journey via Their Cities Spokane, Dec. patriot- sin from Chicago to Portland, Ore., s being aroused hi a campaign to ave the Liberty Hell shipped back o Philadelphia from the San Pran- isco exposition by the northern ronte iving the people of Oregon, Washing- on, Montana, North Dakota, Mnnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana nd Ohio an opportunity to act as host o tile revolutionary relic. Secretary Harry C. Wuerlh of Hie pokane Chamber of Commerce will art December 12 the circulation of etitions in the state of at the. same t.ime raiues.ting united action by chambers of commerce and commercial in every, town-and city of the states just named. .Fol- lowing the example of San Pranciaco, which is waging a determined' light to bring the Liberty Bell to the Panama. Pacitic International exposition in 1915 school children of Washington will sign petitions requesting that tho hell be returned by the northern route. Ill this state the petitions will be. signed also by citizens generally, the mark set being signatures in' tlie state of Washington. "If the Lib- erty is sent --vest in 1815 It will lie just as easy to return it east by the northern route as by the south- slated Secretary Wuerth of the chamber of commerce. "The lesson in jatriotism teach all along tho line would be well worth Ihe effort expended in showing the bell to mill- ions of people in the northwest." TWO VICTIMS GAS EXPLOSION Calgary. Dec. Beuk. night porter at the Queen's Hotel, who was injured by an explosion of natural Sas in the basement of that hostelry early on Sunday morning, died from the effects of his injuries tonight. Mrs. .Mary Denloff, who was burned in a gas explosion at her home on Friday, also succumbed to her inJtirieB oday. .Thejjjft Centre! A visit to our store makes the solution of the gift question easy Whether it is for a lady or gentleman, hoy or girl, for friends at home or friends afar, a costly piece of diamond jewellery, or merely a pretty inexpensive token of We have 3 fine selection of articles that will exactly suit your purpose. E. A. EWERT Jeweller and Optician Olivec Block Letlibridge, A Hit. ;