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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December THE LETHBKIDGE' DAILY HERALD 11. WAGE mm A Y E. RAILROADS Dec. demands .liutil-the, railroads offered ind trainmen employed j raise oM'O per'cent. Mr.- Daniel Savmclers, of vShoal Lake, Manitoba, is one of the best known gentJenieir iu Canada's great wheat country. Be lived for years in the a success of his has now retir'r'.l from active business life to enjoy the fruits of Ms work. When a man of such financial and social standing voluntarily testifies to the great benefits he has received from taking "Fmit-a-tives'r there can be no doubt but that "Fruit-a-tives" deserves the confidence of every reader of this paper. SHOAL LAKE, MAN.; JUKE i ith, 1910. "For years, I was bothered wiih persistent Dyspepsia and Indigestion. having severe pains after meal time. 1 tried everything that I DANIEL SAUNDERS, ESQ. could Set but the stomach oecanie no ociter. Ixist sutr.mer, Mr. Oatway, a cniggist of iny recommended Fruit-a- tives to me. U'hile taking I in nc way gave up any foods that I was in the habit of eating, neither did I stop srr: 'ting. Yet in spite of all, Fruit-a-lives has done wonders for me and I stroi gly advise all my friends tq it." DANIEL SAUN DERS. Fruit-a-tives is the only medicine in the world madeof_pure fruit juices, Ecd will nhvays cure Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stamach, Biliousness, Consti- pation anil any other disease tbfit conies from disordered Stomach, Bowels, Kiinc3's or Skin. 500. a box. 6 for trial size, 250. At dealers or sent on receipt of prke by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Chicago, Dec. comi'jctors and trainmen-employed j raise oMU per 50 western railroad systems were set- Includes :A11 Branches tied today on the basis of ari increase j In return "for this proposition the o! 10 per cent. The agreement was conductors and trainman withdrew de- a could 'get :more by "individual negoti- ation" witL' roads. Officials the company; however, sent a repre- sentative to the Chicago 'conferences reached at a conference late in the mauds for certain rtilt-s covering con-! and accepted th? settlement as agreed aft-c-rnoon and the new rates of pay i rlitions und other mat- j to by the representatives of employ- look effect at once. i ters'affecting the employees. The set-' By the increase granted 1 lenient inchubs employees in all ann-J'ally will be added to the payrolls branches of the train service. oi the roads involved and em-1 Every important railroad sys ployees will be affected. ou f era tin.? west to the Pacific coast raid to the -settcmtni. As-a result of the settlement the Coupled with the settlement of the from Port Arthur, Onfc, the north, engineers' demands last Saturday the including the Canadian Pacific and the present agreement makes a total of, Canadian Northern, to.the gulf of annual wage increases Mexico and the 'Rio" Grand? is a party grantrd by the in Chicago conferences within a week. The settlement virtually marks j conductors "and 'trainmen 'employed 'on t end of the great wage movement he- the .'Canadian Pacific are confronted managers' committee- A: B. Gar- gun by railroad employees of the ccun i by a peculiar' situation. The omploy-j retsotf, president i try more than one year j ees on this" road' were against, parti- i A demand of 15 per cent, was pre-' cipatmpc "in the'general western wage seated originally, and this was scaled movement ground that They ees on. railroads in the United States.' -Increase Ready For Them This means a 10 per oent. increase in wages, of the Canadian Pacific em- ployees is readv for De- cember 1910, if they want it. Should they refuse to accept thev would-'have to open independent wage negotiations -in Canada and try to get more on .their own" account. The was signed, by A. of the rail ommittee- A: B. Gar- of the Order 'of ftailr way W. G'.'Lee, pre- sident -oi- the- Brotherhood -of Rail road ,j MADE IN CANADA the Sjandara Ar.'icle READY FOR USK IN A.NV CTANTE For Hutluni Kodcnina wali-r, oW pmittt, ilikliitectint rio.cls. ilrnl mid for many other pur 2U SAI. SODA. E.W.GILLETTCO. f-HEATH STATESMAN Governor-Elect Woodrow Wilson Tells What He Is MASiNASiN NOTES st- Louis, Dec. j Masinasin, Dec. Xmas ex- WooiSroxr Wilson, of New Jersey, de-j ercises given by the Sunday School tte Amcricaii, THE CONTEST W Marias, Minn., via. Wireless to Port Arthur, Ont, Dec. j Steamer Crescent, Master B. of 2-12 a success and very well attended. The Christmas tree, which vas good sized, was very well filled with presents considering the hard; statesmen A Christmas dance was given at perls at their elbow. -students of political science is entire- j i tit the Leadership is Passed Back to Miss Kath- leen Farreli-A Very Heavy Vote in Division B-Rtjssell Dudley Has Charge of Bouncer for the Present, Another deluge of pink voting cer- dett Increase their scores. uncates yesterday, and the scores Jttussell held fourth place -that the of ex- I mean merely went up b-v "ieaps nd bounds." Al- Jake Aller's school house on the 26th that the man who has the time, the jmost votes were credited to j and a full house was present, every- discrimination and the sagacity to f-he various candidates lor this rnorn- body enjoying themselves, and' danced collect and comprehend the principal j leg's standing. und ojyned by the Stone Orden Wells until the wee ho.urs of 5 a.m. facts, and the man must act up- i Aiiss Kathleen Co., oltDulutb, trading along the north j Quite a number of families enjoyed' CI1 them must draw near to shorelk. Isle Royal, lost her rudder-in Dinner given at the home of. eagased jale off Red Cliff six p.m. and drifted helpless- a heaj'T northeast E. Erickson on the 25th. Mr. Ed. Hut-chines was elected chair- in a common enterprise." Dr. Wilson's subject was "The cross Farrell with another of for Bouncer on Thursday, jumps in the top place, and will "look "down" on' the other and girls until Tuesday anyway. "came a-j The next standing will he publish- her large jed on Tuesday. The contest office j man at the last special meeting to take a he said: a heavy sea all night, blowing j the place of Mr. Mills, who has re--J statesman is, first oi distress along tm signals. Several latmches- shore tried to extend help "but could not reach her. She several times narrowly escaped turning .tor- tie and managed to keep off the rocks by means of. sea-anchors.-. -When she drifted in front of the Grand Marias Co.' report here today that there was !all, an-d chiefly of all, a human. Fred Eigzzrd made a trip to Coutt.s; with an eye for all the great field up- I oa which men like himself struggle, 'witli unu-agging interest and pathetic last Wednesdar. STOCK MARKET i toward better things. .Liverpool, Dec. Kcgers "He is a man big enough to think in terms of what others than him- stacks of certificates and secured first! will be open on Monday afternoon, i place by a small margin over Miss j but candidates may deposit votes to- day for Tuesday's standing. Don't .let anything stand in your way to keep you from making the most of that five-year club offer. It closes Wednesday, Increased Subscriptions you secured a' new sub- scription for a year for the Daily Herald. Three thonsan-d votes are issued for it If the sanie subscriber 18 position yester- Diizabeth of Frank, easily takes third place, in her dis- trict. The Pass territory is commen- cing to support ..its, candidate in. a manner tnat sasils success. Another live wire in District is Pelietier, who takes Miss Mc- Donald's place, passing D. R. Ware, of i sel? are striving for and living for, i got- -rope-to Oier.jpniy States and Canadian cattle steadfastly to keep inher- 'tils- Hat- Tbe report -comes from gives yon another year, you would and 'pulled her.-to safety. The crew j sale in the Birkenhead cattle gn't until they get it. He is a guide, Creek that'young Pelietier is j get making votes''for the I and although trade was slow, there' comrade, a mentor, a servant, a friend was entirely exhausted. quite a decided advance on the [or mankind." Van's Female last Quoted." Today's quotations A regulator; never fails. These! as follows: States Steers from cents per pound. These :es look like being maintained. TABER NOTES making a caucus, and if two years, just the same as though his gain means it does you secured the two years at once. is getting the votes. The months' Daily subscription cine Kat candidate has not made j 1200 votes are issued; if the second Dec Hudson has in tlie score, but as} six months is added for the same sub- "_" hp has "rnarto r-nnrl" n.t pvprvthino- Sfribfr ISOrt ho cHT-e-n returned Weybum -where he j A AND NEW YEAR Extended to our friends and pat- rons, we wish to thank all for the kind support given us since the opening offyur business in this city. If is'our Mm to serve you with nothing but the best in future as in the past, and solicit a continuance of your requirements in our line. went to spend tiie holidays. Geo. C. Millar, town clerk, reports, tax collecting good. For why? After tomorrow there is no discount. Work is progressing on a new" piece of sidewalk from Front Street along Russell Ave. to the _new school and further north. H. Hobson, owner of the Royal Ho- tel, has completed arrangements whereby he takes over the hotel at Bow Island. We understand that Mr. Hobson intends to go to Bow Island for a short time himself. he has "made good" at everything- h has taken hold of, his friends think lie will strike terror to the hearts of the other candidates in a few days. see. Mrs. Humphries clings to the lead in the city division of the contest, with Miss Davies a close and strong second. Miss Prouss gained over' votes, and is pressing Campbell Airdjyear. scriber IS 00 would ,be given, makin oOOO for the full year. It doesn't make any difference who gets the second period. If one candidate gets the first, and another the second sub- scription, the increased, number of votes are issued. So go after the second subscriptions, and if you get THE GLADIATOR -A i dramatic themes, but has a lltak.iGg -capacity for beginning at the 3 j beginning, of things. It is. several years now sia.ce he.-first played "The1 Gladi- ator." and .His success has been, be- yond Ms (anticipation. He :ho.ught of it, talked o? it, and' the f. j season before fte-. produced; it he made D' to Rome and the. sur- It has been cri- j rounding' country, that he-might, be- 'tics xhat "there is danger '-off over-slab-. I come thoroughly imbued "with, the at- oration in the modern .''system of mosphere. There he, travelled "among the, old ruins ,examining. everything that he might' find that would'; -in- spire him those old days of there he made designs, for the scenery used in his present, .his artists following his lutely. The -life and costumes" ot.-the old Romans he studied, .so. "that" In "The Gladiator" the American.- has a picture of .Rome as; ft al- most two tliousand mounting plays; -but -so manager approaches tteme with the reverent, for" the author, a well balanced'-'idea of the purpose of scenic deebratipn, ho cannot go far wrong in availing hini- seif of all the artistic and mechanical appliances of the day to enhance the truthfulness and realty of his. 'work. Mr. SajQford Dodge who will appear at the Majestic Theatre, on Monday evening, Jan. 2., has 'not only the fac- Votes Will Be Added Again for Tuesday's Issue of The 6-passenger McLaughfln-Buick Touring Csr. -European tour, taking In-Coronation of King Georgt; or f 900 in Building Lot. DISTRICT PRIZES DISTRiCT Vacation trip or -325. DISTRICT Vacation trip or DISTRICT Vacation trip or Vacation trip or t Dty.lS'.ON A. _1 At least one. of the grsnd prizes go to mis division. i District No. All that part of the City of Lethbridge lying north, and east of the following boundary: jrhird Ave., from First Street' to Sisth. Streat, on Sixth to Fourth Are., east ou Fourth Ave. to Lic-veuth -it.: south on eleventh to city limits. At least -two of the prizes go to this, district Tenth St. and 2nd Ave CAMPBELL AtRD, 1304 Sixth Ave 87-3SQ.... MISS GRACE PROUSE, 59 Arcyle 'Ave. ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 MeBeth- St. -10.335 HAROLD KERB, 444 Torraftce Ave ____ ...1.775 CHRIS. GIBSON, Agnew and Westminster ll335. District- No. 2 f.ll thai part tD.e city of Lethhridge lying south und west of the above boundary. At least two of tho prizes go to this district. a year, you will get twice as many 23000' votes as were issued for the first for second position in District No. 1. Miss Lizzie Shirley also increased her score by several thousand received at the con- test department on the morning of the change in the standing of the can- Miss Emily Miller, the lively can-. didates can not be added until the Fracke Bros. Props. A CONTRACTING COMPANY Ottawa, Dec. Interna-___ tional Contracting Co., Ltd.. is an name of a fifty million dollar concern' just incorporated. The head office is In Winnipeg, and the incorporators are Robert G. Miller, E. W. Peters, Bolcmon H. Green, Ephriam R.. Chap- man and Matthew T. Hunter, all of Winnipeg. I didate from tiie good little village of .Bow Island, improves her score about votes, while Miss Adams of ES Trearney, of Bur- next change, for the reason that the copy for the revised standing is ed to the printers on Monday, Wed- nesday and Friday evenings. WAGES REDUCED: The Herpicifie Giri Is Thankful I am always grateful for real bless- MINERS NOT TO STRIKE Halifax, Dec. The Mine Work- ers Union have decided they shall not strike as a result of tlie proposed re- duction of wagt.3 at the collieries of jtne North Atlantic Collieries Co., at jr'ort Morien, C. B.. during the winter, but there will ho a general reduction ivork on th? psrt of the men. Stone- cents to a half cent, a cut of one cent per ton; and all machine work has Deen reduced five cents a ton. OBSEKV'i'NG THE HOLIDAY The Winnipeg Stock and Grain Ex- cnanged closed until Tuesday on ac- count of New Year's. s housewife wno studis" worlr, under the proposed reduction, can save enough on ench week's pur- Paid'Up Reserve Fund.......... Head Office: 78 Branches in fontreal. Canada. Deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed from date of deposit. IT. S. and Foreign Exchange bought and sold at rates. A General Bankin Business Transacted. LETHERiDGE BRANCH CITY BRANCH K. D. JOHNSON, Manager D. C. MORRISON, Manager sinss, and I know of nothing that I need' ba mnre thar.kful for than Kerpicide. Thousands of i i not only in the United States ,fs but all over the world feel the same way about it. To this wonderful i and hair remedy they owe their soft, long, beautiful hair. Mary .T. Terry, of Loveio.v'. writes: "My hair came out until there j was just a scanty cover for the scalp. I tried everything 1 ever heard of or about until I finally used Herpi- cide. There is nothing like it. My j head is now covered with new hair. I; shall forever praise Herpicide." j Most hair troubles come from dan- druff. Nevvbro's Herpicide removes this dandruff by killing the serm -which causes it_ It also stimulates a flow of blood 'which nourishes the follicles. The scalp being healthy, the hair does not. come out and the new hair is ai- [j lowed to grow. There are other preparations which they say are "just as good" as Her- picide. It is not. advisable to try them. Instead of doing any good they may do positive harra. No one is ever disappointed in New- bro's Herpicide. The results arc al- ways 'the same, always satisfactory as indicated by the fact that. Herpicide has been sold for years and ha0 thou- sands of satisfied friends. It is the j oniy genuine, original dandruff germ i destroyer. There is nothing "just as good." One dollar size bottles arc rc'd and guaranteed by drncgists. Applications at gocd barber shops. Send lOc In postage for sample and book to The Herpicide Co., Dept. H., Dotroif. Mich. J. D. Higinbctnam Co., Ltd., special agents. will be reduced from one and a half chases to pay the wages of a servant! -5 ff M J.H .VI_ltTi B5 'if Baroness -Road and Campbell St Phone MiSS AGNES DCWSHTT, 907 Seventh Ave. South DIVISION B. At least one of the grand prizes go to this divifciort. District No. ail towns in Southern Alberta Bri- tish. Columbia over population. At least two of the prites go. to this MISS. EDITH HARKER, Cardston, Alta. D. W. COULTER Taber, Alta.....................s 137075 JOHN R. MacDONALD. Hosier, B. C............... 44730 MISS MARY MACKENZIE. Macleod, Alta...........1 MISS ELIZABETH McDONAL D, Franfcf ATta. i' GEORGE E. PELLETIER; Pincher Creek D. R. WARE, Medicine "Hat, Aiin.........................15150 A. J. HUDSON, Macrath, District No. all towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia, under population. At least ttrs of the prizes go to this district. MISS KATHLEEN R. FARRELL, Coutts, D. L. KIMBALL, Grassy Lake, MISS EMILY MILLER, Sow Island. MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, MISS LILLIE MAY TIERNEY, Burciett, Afta. STANLEY W. WELCH, Barons, SHETLAND PONY D1V5SION A separate contest for boys ana girls Tinder 15 years aT age. RUSSZLL DUDLEY, Fcrnie, B. ALICE SPARKS, Raymond, AGNES KERR, Fourteenth St..................... PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 Ave, Worth WALTER PA_MER, Grassy Lake, Alta................ 30W" WINNIE SELLENS, 908 Seventh St. A. j...........'." 19730 i ADA MURRAY: 1104 Courtiand 9330 JENNY McNULTY. 413 Wilson St...................... 7933 JAMES NISBET. Stafford Viiiaoe 2730 NORA STAFFORD. 1619 Horn 3t..................... GEORGE SUPINA, 334 Rd...........] TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON DAILY HERALD ry FIVE VOTES For any regularly nominated candidate in the Daily Herald's Great Prize Contest. (Name of District No. (Address.) This package contains........ votes Void after January 7 ;