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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGR DAILY HERALD trnir-8 WAGE INCREASE OF A YEAR BY THE RAILROADS Mr. ianid of Shoal Jlanitob'a, one of the best kubwu-gentkmca in. Canada's.'-great vheit country. lie lived for years ill the of his Jus now retired businese life to enjoy the fruits'of; his When a man financial r.ncl. social'standing to the great from taking ''l-'rait-a-rives" X there can uo "40Jlit but that theconSdcuccoffcveryrwder of paper. V SUOA.II IvAiCJJ, MAST.; JUNE iitli, 1910. "For bothered with Dyspepsia arid'" :f. haying severe pains after meal time. .1'.tried everything that I could get but the pain in my stomach became vo Last 5Uinnierr" Mr.- Oahvay, a druggist of my town, recom'mended Fruit-a- tivcs to ine.i' taking 1 in no way-give up any foods that I the'habit of catinyf, neither did I stop smoking. in spite of all, Truit-a-tivea done wonders for me and I "strongly advise all my fricudi to use j. DANIEL -SAUNDERS. 11 tnediejiic in the.vrorld rnadccfpure fruit juices, and cure .Sotir Stomach, Biliousness; Consti- pation arid any- plhcr. disease that comes from Bowel.% .Kidneys'or Skin..' SQC. a 6 for trial size, -25C. At-dealers or sent receipt 6[ -.-_j. -Chicago, Dec. Wage demands VoivdowiT until 'the railroads offered a conductors awl trainmen employed, raise ol percent, I 50 western railroad systems wore.sct- 1- All Branches tied today on basis of an increase this proposition the of 101 per cent. .The agreement was 'conductor? and trainmen de- the. rules covering con- reached-' at a conference, late, iu, .afternoon and the new rate? tuitions of employment and other mat-. took'effect'at once. l-tcrs affecting the employees.' The set- i thb" Increase-granted tlemenfc includes employees in all annually'will' be added to the payrolls! branches of the train service. J of the roads'involved-anti Every imi ployces be aflccted. Ivery important system op j crating west to "the Pacific coast and Coupled with the settlement, of the I from Port Arthur, Ont., in the north engineers' demands last Saturday the'including the Canadian.Pacific and the .prsscnt. agreement mal-ios a total of. Canadian Northern, to the gull of annual _ wage, increases j .Mexico and thci flio Grande is a parly granted. Hie laiaoaus in Chicago to the settlement, conferences a week. The settlement virtually marks. Ur end of the great wage gun by rai' I try more A demand could get juore by "individual negoti- ation" with the roads. Officials ol the company, however, sent a repre- sentative lo the Chicago conferences aiid accepted the settlement as agreed to by the representatives oE employ- ees on railroads m the United States. Increase Ready For Them This means a 10 per cent, increase in wages of the Canadian Pacific env ployees is ready for them, dating De- cember Should 20, 1910, if they want they refuse to accept it. they would have to' open independent wage negotiations in Canada and try to get I more on their own. account. As a result of the settlement the Tha .new agreement was signed by conductors and tiainjnen employed on I A; Trcnholm, chairman of the rail StaniUru Article RKADV USE IN ANy" l-or mil! MADE IN CANADA CO. i EGO. DEFINES REAL i; .STATESMAN: Governor-Elect Woodrow Wilson Tells What He Is MASINASfN NOTES St. Louis, Dec. J" Masinasiiv Dec. Woodrow Wilson, of New Jersey, de- -ferciee's-given Sunday School' dared before- the American -of-2-12.were a success .well Economic association, that a partner- T j... Cfjjn tne Stuicsropn t IP h -The-Christinas tree WHich st4flts'0r political science good was very..veil-filled ly feasihle. 'with, presents coasidering the hard j ..t do not he said> "that the .1 statesmen' must a body of ex- A Christmas., danco was given at'ports at their elbo-.v. I mean merelr Jake Allef'srschool house on LHe'26th that the man who has the time, the _. -_ and a full present, everv- discrimination and the sagacity to Steamer Crescent, Master B. T. Johns, onjoying Ihemselves, 'ILOTil ,Ti But the Deafehip is Passed ken Ir awel B-- Dudley Has ncer for the Grand Jlarias. Minn., via. Wireless Ont, Dec. -tintll the ho.urs ol 5 a..in. and owned by the Stone Ordea Wells Co., of Duluth, trading along the north Snore to -laic Royal, loat- her- rudder ia an Xmas dinner given at the home of o'd collect and comprehend the principal i facts, and-the--man who must act tip- Quite a number ot families enjoyed on must near to one an" a gale., off. Red Cliff helpless- man at the last special meeting r in a'jioavv sea'aji ntglitr blowing j the- of Mr. Mills, who Friday ly distress -.signals; Several launches along the shore tried to extend, help but could not reach.her. .She several tiraes .narrowly jescaped' turning tur- tle and macaged to keep .off, the" rocks by means ot'sea: ar-chbrs." When she drifted, in .front of .the Grand jtlarias 3i-arbor.fishermen got hc-r 'her- to-safety.- The crew ehtireiv' j E. Ericksou on the 25th.. i. .Mr. was elected chair- in a common Dr.'- Wilson's subicct was' "The Law Another deluge of'pink voting cer- "dett. Increase7 their 'scores. and- the scores Kussell fourth place' or RourWr ''easily up by "leaps and bounds." Al- most o'JO.O'Cb votes "were credited to the v-ano'us.- candidates for this morn- ing's standing.- Kathleen Forrell.. "came a- crbss" with stacks of first place by a over -Miss Van's. Female Fills signed. and The Facts." Describing what he he has re-1 "Your ical statesman is, Barker, who held the-position: yester- Fred Ejgard made a trip to Coutts 3IRKENHEAD STOCK MARKET 1 Liverpool, Dec. Rogers' Covreport here chiefly of all, a human beicg- 1 with an eye-for all the great field up- on which men like himself with unflagging interest and pathetic.- hope, toward better -things..' is a man big enough to only. States.and Canadian cattle, for! self are- striving for, and .living and steadfastly to keep rnlior- sale in-thojBirkenhead ent unt.n {her get He is and s altliough .quite 'a 'decided j until they, get it. He is a rwas there; comrade, a mentor, a servant, a Iriea.d? .advance on .the! of -nankinji." A tenable ITreoch never fails.' Thtse i are 33 follows: price last quoted. Today's quotations States, steers from Canadians from pound. These maintained. AND- PROSPEROUS NEW: YEAR o our friends and pat- and we wish to thank all fof the kindgupportgiven us since the our business in this city, It is our aim to serve you with nothing but the best in future as in the past, arid solicit a continuance of your requirements in our line. Phone 1003 Frache Bros. Props. TABER NOTES Dec." has returned from Weyburn 'iwhere he went to spend Gco. C. Millar, town clerk, reports tax collecting good. For why? After tomorrow there is no discount Vork is progressing on a new'pieCe of sidewalk from Front Street along Russell Ave.v to the new school and further, north.; H. -Hobs'on, owner .of the Royal Ho- tel, has" arrangements takes'over the hotel at Bow; lalahd. understantl that. Sir. Hobsoa: intends to' "go" to Bow Island for'a short 'time himself.- Miss of easily takes third' pjiice; in --her ;Pass rterritory.. is dIs Dona tli'e Hatv A -The report' Greek p ung His. gain- ineans and it 'does -rj-he is "getting 'tnec-fotes'. The-'Medi- c'hie not made piib.li.Ehed- score, but as he has everything he has taken his friends think he. will strike terror to the hearts of for ,pn j ump.s; in the top'place, "look on :the _.... _ .and-.girls untiL .The', next be' publiBh ed' cnctest .office be. open afternoon, but votes' tq ft anytfeing- -.Vtand way, keep you vfrom making -the fiveryea'r' club offer. Subseriptibns you 'secured, a THEATRICAL begimiins of things. It is now: since he- flrjt and hts' siiccess has It-has bce'a suggested by some cri- r; cs that there is danger of ovcr-elab- in the modern system of plays; but so "Ions, as a iha'riagcr approaches "a "great, clraajailc theme with the reverent.regard'-for the author, a Tf'ell balanced, idea 'of scenic'. he caniiot'go'far Vrorig in availmg'.hSin- sielf ot all tlwartistic and mechanical j thcuight .of; It; eep-isoii before .he produced; special jrip to Rome appiiancei "of the day' tnithfulness oi his' Sanford Dodge vrho lit ther Wajeiticb Theatre, on Monday evening, Jan. 2r, ha? not country that. he mghiv come 'thoroughly mosphere. he tlip old ruins examinliig that him': "with the life those old days' (nere he naade 'designs .for used in -his :pres artists fpHowIcg his; dire; lately; II Kf and v "Th e Giltuidtbr-'- the' has a picture of most two tnousahd. Votes Will Be. Added IttUe'bf -T he' McLauahilri-Bufck fouVing cir.'.' SECOrtD-EUropeiri toui-, taklnfl in'Coronation of KJh'g RuMrfinaii BuildlngiLot. DISTRICT PRIZES trip'oV Vscitlon DS3TR1CT Vacation trip or DISTfMCT Vacation a year for the Daily Herald. thonsand votes are !6Eued If the same "subscriber gives year, you would :get" 6000, "making rotes for. the the .same as though tne other candidates see. in a few days. ;the lead city contest; Davics and strong second. votes! At leatt one griantf prtzBs.go to two years at once. Daily gubscriptlon. If the second added', for the given, making 3000 for full year. It doesn't make any' who gets" second period. rone candidate tne first, and another the second sub- scription, the increased votes arc Issued. So number go after of the second subscriptions, .and get -.over- 23iMO and is f rXn 1' M a. year, you will jet twice as maay votes as were Issued for the. first for, second 'position inr District I 3liss Lizzie Shirley-: also) 'Ja received at the test.-department on the morning of her .score by several [thousand" the change in this standing of the can- Emily lively -can-! qtdates can not be added until the _ A COMPANY tional .Contracting ,Co'., is thcj name of a.fiftyrmilli6htdoilar concern Just incorporated. is In Wlqntpeg, and thci incorporators are' Robert. G. 'Milleiv'E. Solomon H. Green, "'Ephriam R. Chan- t'ne'good.'little: village of iJor.rIsland, improyes.-hen score, about iojOOO '-votes. A'danis of j, :and Miss Trearney, of Bur- cext change, for the reason that the copy for the revised standing is ed to the printers on Monday, Wed- nesday and Friday evenings.. man and Winnipeg Jlatthew T. Hunter, aU p The Herpicide Girl Is Thankful WAGES REDUCED: -1.'MINERS NOT TO STRIKE Dec. Mine Work- ers Union have decided they shall not strike as a result of the proposed re- duction of wagts collieries of tne North Atlantic Collieries Co., at fort Morien, C. B., during the winter, but there iviil he a general reduction of work on tlie part of the men. Stone- J? THE MOLSONS BANK Capital, Reserve Fund ......___ Head'Office: Montreal. 78 Branches in Canada. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of upwards received and in- terest allowed date of deposit. IT. S. and Foreign Exchange bought and sold nt lowest rates. A General Banking Business Transacted. BRANCH DIAMOND CiTY BRANCH K. D. JOHNSON, Manager D. C. MORRISON, Manager I am always grateful for rea't bless- sinps, and I knoxv of nothing that. I need ho mnrp. thankful for than Herpicide. of ladies not only in the United States but-nil over the -ororlrt feel the same about it -To this -wonderful scalp and- hair remedy they owe their soft, beautiful hair. Mary J. Terry, of Loveioy, 111., "Mr hair came out until there! was just a scanty cover for the scalp. I tried everything I ever heard of or rr.s.d about until I finally nsed Herpi- cide. There is nothing like it My heart is now covc-i'cd with new hair. I shall Jfcrsver praise Herpicide." Most hair troubles come from dan- druff, Newbro's Herpicide removes this dandruff by killing the germ which causes it. It also stimulates a flow of blood jvhich nourishes the follicles. The scalp being healthy, the hair (Joes f not cbm'e cut and the new hair is al- lowed to prow, Thcrs other preparations which j tsey say are "Jtist as good" as Her- picJfls. It !s not advisable to try them. Instead of doing any good they mny do positive harm. No ons is ever in Xew- j bro's Herplcide. The results are al- I ways same, aiways satisfactory as I i? isdicatcd by the f.ict :hat Ilcrpicide j j has been sold for years and thou-' sands of satisfied friends. It Js ihc or.ly genuine, original dandruff germ j destroyer. There Is nothing "lust as i I One dollar size bottles are sold and guaranteed by all dniggjsts. 1 Applications at sooti barber shops, j Sor.d lOc in postage for sample and book to The Harpicide Co., Dept. R.. Mich. J. D. Htginbothanr Ltd., special agents. work, under the proposed reduction. cents to a half cent, a cut of one per ton; and all machine, work Has oeen rednced five centa a toa. OBSERVING THE HOLIDAY The Winnipeg Stock and Grain Ex- cnanged closed until Tuesday on ac- count of New Year's. The housewife wno studies the ads can save enough -on each week's pur- will be reduced from one and a half cnaaes to pay.the wares of a servant! wisn you a Happy Prosperous New Year lying.i (l Baroness Road and Campbell St. Phone 362 .south Eleventh to city limits.. .At least two MRS.A.ErHUMPHRIES; Tenth St. and 2nd AveV....... CAMPBELL- AIRD, 1304 Slxtli -MISS GRACE PROUSE, 59 Argyfe ERNEST rrOWNSEND, 1617 McBeti< SL" HAROLD KERR. 444 Tarrancc Ave. CHRIS. GIBSON, -Agr.cw andUWestminster District No.; that part, or.tne'city cf west of the above boundary. At leasttwo of the prises go.t MISS OLIVE DA VIES, 405 Fifth South MME. E. NORMAN, 622 Sixt.h Ave. South MISS LJZZIE SHIRLEY, 302.Sixth Ave. A- South MISS AGNES DOWSETT, 907. Seysnth Ave..3outh DIVfSION B. At -least one of yo "ta'.IHia District No. ail tOTnis In So.uthohi Alberta aad .tish ColumbiB, over population. At least two of prizes district. MISS EDITH MARKER, Cardston, Alta. D. W. COULTER Tafaer, Alta. JOHN R. MacDONALD, C. MISS MARY MACKENZIE, Mscleod, Alts..... MISS ELIZABETH McDONAL D, Fransc, Alta. GEORGE E. PELLETIER. Fihcher Creek....... D. R. WARE, Medicine Hat, Alta............ A. J. HUDSON, Msgrath, Alta. District No. all towns in "Southern Alberta and tish Columbia, under population. At least two of the" priies thia dist-ict. r MISS KATHLEEN R. FARRELL, Cqutts, Alia. D. L. KIWI3ALL, Grassy Lake, Altai J..... MISS EMILY MILLER, Bow Island, Alta. MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, Alta. MISS LILLIE MAY TIERNEY, Burdett, Alta. STANLEY M. WELCH, Barons, Aita............ SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys anc girls unQer 15 years of age. RUSSELL DJDLEY. B. C. ..J..... ALICE SPARKS, Raymond, AGNES KERR. 417 Fourteenth 57 495 PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 FouriTi AVC. North___ 41'MO WALTER PA.MER, Grsssy Lake, Alta....... V "ao'eiS WINNIE SELLENS, 503 Seventh St. A. .....in.'eoo 420 ADA MURRAY. 1104 Courtland St JENNY McNULTY, 418 Wilson St. JAMES NIS3ET, Stafford'VJMago NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Horn 3t. GEORGE SUPINA, 334 Rd, TR5M CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON DAILY HERALD FIVE VOTES For any nominated candidate in the Daily Herald's Great Prize Contest. (Name of District No. (Address.) This package contains Void after January 7 votes ;