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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta HER ALT) Saturday, Don't Turn Into A Walking Debating Society to Win Smile As You Never Smiled Before and When He Signs Up Slip Out and Look For More f jwh 4ta_ __ _ _ _ Today's "Big JJi" u and Mri. W. Hoult, Lethbridge. C' Loui.e Scott, Macleod; rea: int. You may find it slow work, for'yariou's If you take plUns and'don't get discouraged too easily; you .will meot-with success. It Is to be expected that you wiirfinil a great many. people taking the Herald, which may-appear to'be tho chief difficulty.- Yet the reports o( the candidates prove that manj new subscribers can-be picked up. v, x Anyway you many -votei, from tho payment from old subscriber ai from a new collection is about as' euy to make from one ae from the other, x. .You should have some method about your work and carefully the cause for each failure .aud each success. You will people.who do hot take any paper at all be .that they'have stopped their paper when they left town ana railed to renew when then-they .have been depending on neighbors'for news, or are not sufficiently interested'in events to care about the news.of Anyway, we'll assume tilt you find some person who can read, but who doesn't take a newspaper. "I haven't time to'read" a is the commonest excuse when wen a person is asked to subscribe for a modern newspaper. It Isn't-necessary to.read the paper from the first pace to the last In order to keep abreast of the news. ipeeted to y does not --------.-.erest you. News Is written and handled with headlines and other technical de- Mils so tlat the reader can nnd whatever Interests him at a glance. You can keep abreast of the world's news by spending five minutes every day running over the headlines. If nothing more. Of course, mosrpeoplp. read a paper more than that, for almost any jtreon can find some story, some article, some editorial that will interest more.than have the whole1.world at hand.- Every man and woman, Tfbether voters or women may vote some know, the laws thnt are being made; the advance In science, the progress In'me'dic'ihe'or discoveries in science. The person who can pick up and not find sometnta" which vitally concerns his or'her: welfare, can't be anywhere excent in prison for Unhand even then that he is .to be pardoned. Did you ever stop to consider .that the story you read at your supper table took a good deal of labor and money and pains to get? The man who got the news may have risked his We, and in getting the Btory he wrote, lived a bigger one in getting it But some of the greatest ..heroes ever known, were .risked their, lives to. get news to or for their newspaper. The whole world is combed for news; it comes by cable aud' wireless anil telegraph, mall and messenger and at times by carrier pigeon. Newspaper men'are everywhere, In peace and war wherever there is anything happening, all for the. benefit of the readers. That's why the modern newspaper, is such a wonderful won- derful that most people do not realize what it means to pickup a news- paper and read the news items. Some storm and sneer and abuse the .newspaper, but they forgot that newspapers aro a human-product and reflect humanity's faults aud virtues. THE FOLLOWING BULLETIN CONTAINS THE NAMES OF ALL THE CANOIDATES IN THE HERALD'S CONTEST AND THE VOTES DEPOSITED IN THE BALLOT BOX UP TO LAST EVENING. ASPLUNO, BERNARD, Barnwell, Alberta...................t.... ATKINSON, EDWARD, Bellevue, BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN, Carmangay, MISS MARTHA BENNETT, Cranbrook, B. 60ISVERT, MISS YVENNE, 416-12th St, A. N., city BRENNAN, W., 945-9th St. South, BARNETT, MISS GRAYCE, 210-10IH St. South, city 5.. -BIDAULT, J. 3l2-10th St. South, city......................___.; CUNNJNGHAM, TED, 214-1st Ave. South, city...................; ENGLISH, J. T., 501-19th St. North, city FLETCHER, MRS. IRA.. C., Magrath; Alberta. HUTTON, MISS EVA, 814-6th Ave., South, city................... HURLBUT, MISS PEARL, Bow Island, Alberta................. HOULT, MRS. W., 406-19th St. North, City HUNT, KENNETH P., Noble, Alberta............................ HULIT, MISS ARLIN, Warner, Alberta............................, HAIG, RUSSELL, Claresholm, Alberta LEDINQHAM, C. L., 508-5th Ave. South, city....................; MARSHALL, W. M., Taber, Alberta MEIKLE, GEORGE C., New. Michel, B. MURPHY, JAMES, Jr., Burmls, Alberta.......................... NEGREY, STEPHEN, 225-13th St. North, city.................. OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312-14th St. South, city.............: PATTERSON, MISS JEAN B., Biairmore, PEARSON, G. W., Picture Butte, PELLETIER, MISS AGNES, Pincher Creek, PETTIT, MISS S. M., Cowley, Alberta........................... PATTERSON, MISS JEAN, Starland READ, Station, Alberta..................... REVILL, JOHN R., 617-14th St. South, city....................... REDSHAW, MISS MARGARET, 267-19th St., North, city .....r___ 5.00Q STiBBS, MRS, N. C., 211-5th Avenue South, city SKOUSON, Z. N., Raymond, Alberta .......................f.... SIMM, MISS CISSIE, 505-11tn St. South, city SCOTT, MISS LOUISE, Macleod, SELLENS, MISS DOROTHY, 908-7th Avenue South, city ....___ VOGAN, MISS THELMA, 619.13th St. South, city................. WRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St.', North; city WEARMOUTH, MISS FLORA, Fernie, B. Publicity Protects a Nation u lienever you hear a mau waiting about newspapers you may be sure he is suffering from .if he dislikes publicity there is a reason work of art or helped somebody fears-publicity. Mo mau or woman who 1ms done'anything lo uplift humanity or .produced )As you silicit subscriptions you will meet people who will try to dls- cuoraBc you. .They would do the sumo if you were doing anything else so don t let them worry you. But analyze your success and their failure: why you 80t and did. not get one in You won't gain any tiling by a you got'a subscription nnd you won't get that unless you side with the argumentative one BO there wont be .any controversy. .When you get-the saunter, skliloo. Go right after another one and put in your time for one of.the big prizes to be awarded December sort of Christmas gift to, yourself, as it were. Another of the First Prize Options THE CANDIDATE HAVING THE .uTE ATTHE CLOSE OFTHE CONTEST MAY SELECT THE ABOVE PRIZE. THE HERALD WILL EX- PE.IMD, NOT HOUSE AND LOT OR HOUSE ALONE. SIT HERE ON DEC. 11. Ottawa, Nov. the offic- ials! of the railway commission com- .pleled the itinerary of the western trip which opens at Fort William, on Nov. S. Chairman Drayton and Com- missioner McLean are the only mem- bers oi tlie board who will go west. Tney will hold sittings from I'ort William right through to Vancouver, follows Fort Jfov. 8. Nov. 11. Lc Nov, 14. Prince iov. Nov. 18. Nov. 22. Nov. 25. Nov. 28, Dec. 2. Dec. 9. Dec. Moose Dec. 12. Dec, 13. Auction Sale Of High-class Furniture Tuesday, November 5th at 2 p.m. Sharp at 615 Fifth Street South (Round BV w- WILSON, Auctioneer sell H" P' Gimlner' Es'" 1. Early English Library oak 1 Early English Combination Writing Desk and Book Case. 1 Lorso Oak Arm Rocker, upholstered in Spanish leather 1 .Largo Oak Arm Rocker, upholstered iu real leather I Centre table. 1 Axmineter Square. DINING 1 Early English Buffet, swell front, finished in lended class Early English Hound Eat Table, oak. S i J sett E. E. Diners, 6 chairs and arm chair Pictures, etc. 1 Hall Tree.. Sectional Boob.Casc witlLtop-and base, oak. 1 Heavy Brass Bed and Sprine. 2 Brass Mounted Iron Cribs. 1 BIrd-seye Maple Dresser. 1 Tapestry Square, KITCHEN- 1 Conlr Stove 1 Heater. 1 Refrigerator. 1 Kitchen Table. 1 Washing Machine. 1 Ice Cream Freezer. 1 Bet Single Harness. Also one English Baby Buggy, nearly now. Goods on view Monday from 2 to 5 p.m. As there is no small article to sell, tho public will please' bo on time (2 sharp) as, wo will commence- right on tho host furniture. W. Auctioneer Phone 1023 TO WRITE HISTORY r OF RANCHING IN WEST The stcry of the live stock indus- try in Alberta and Western Canada is one of tho most, romatic chap-' tors of Canadian history. It has to i do 'with wild animalB and wilder Indians, it deals with reckless cour-'. age, hardships, stirring a'dventures.' With tlie :uiarked development in tho Canadian West the range has j been cut down and curtailed, the old! lished a reputation for being able to present facts not only interestingly but absolutely according to fact. In his hands the history of the live stock industry will be a splendidly prepared work. Mr. Kelly's headnuar, tors arc in Calgary, and the wcrk will bo published In the west. It wll be essentially a western work, and all engaged in'it will be western men.' TABER BOARD ELECTS OFFICERS BOARD OF TRADE HAS DONE GOOD FARM- ING TRAIN Taber, Nov. special train of the Provincial government stopped at Taber for three hours this aUernoon, and was visited by a large oi city offices, but indications point to an -increased vote, and much more than usual interest affairs.' Tho Sunday night picture show per- formances have at last been discon- tinued, in accordance with the action of the City Council on Tuesday night. Tuesday night's meeting of the council was called for the purpose of discussing the financial condition of tlio city, and a conference with the bank, but the manager riot being laid over for future action. Hallowe'en night passed persons, who appeared to take lieep out any startling tricks being pulled stockmen havo been have' MOOSETTES FOR MOOSE ONLY'intcrest ln tllc lcotllrcs and demon- off by'the small boy. A few deliv- 1 stralioiis. The attendance showed ery wagons and small gates took vov down their herds. The story five stenographers .of the Bull Moose ,is ases to unknown localities, but own- era had not far to go to find them! j' 'At.-tno Methodist and churches, entertainments for children were provided, and decora- tions and., games suitable to tho occa- sion were tho order. The new Catholic Church is-rapid- ly Hearing completion, and the date for .services has been set for No'vember 10. This church will be the finest to b'e found between Lethbridgo and Vancouver, and largo enough to ac- commodate the congregation for many years :to eomo. Father Michel has been indofatig- ablo in his irork to bring the church to completion, and Is Justly proud the fine edifice. headquarters have entered into a mat- of the early days of the live stock udustry, tho story of its start, its rimouial-compact, reversion again is one which pre-1 They have solemnly agreed that signed to benefit. In the town" hall tonight the Taber Board of Trade held their annual sents a most Interesting and stirring: they will marry none but Roosevelt niccting whcn'thc new officers narrative. This story is locked up Progressives. More than that, they n the hearts of the old stockmen of ho west, and will remain there un t is lost unless someone goes out .fter it and gathers the data. The n'story oMbls industry, with its wan- ng romance, with its outstanding men of strong character should be for posterity ,and In order preserve It, there is necessity of irompt artlon. For the ojd stock- nan is fading away, 'retiring, passing rest, crowded out 'by railroad mall farmers, and Quick settlement general. Tho Canadian Live Stock Histor- s of Calgary has organized and in- ends proceeding with the 'work of ollecting this data and publishing in book form, along with biograph- IB of the old stockmen. Only, the iographios of stockmen will be d and the work will .be ono of great ilue not only In the homo but in he wider field of reference, at'is the mot, the organization to send men irough the province in search of th0 formation required, and to write an .terestlng and authentic narrative >vering tho full history of tho in- istry. The work will be illustrated ith halftones, and have 'productions of souio of .Charles Rus. iiFg famous western pictures. It intended to make this publication strong, Interesting, and handsome ork wlilch will worth a aco in any library. j L. y. ono of-the best special in the west, and an Alberta odiic't Is to wriUi tho history nnd written Jn his own -Inter- (ing style. Mr. Kelly has 'Won con- ctod with newspaper work in Al- rta .for some years, .hut. about a year ago severed connection with this work nnd took up special writing. Ills articles are frenucntly seen in various vicl liu has entab- have become such enthusiastic Moos- ettes that they have determined to cut all of their acquaintances who are not of the Roosevelt Progressive per- suasion. When the men Progressives at State headquarters heard iloosetto stenographers upon, they marched in a body to the untiring services. were elected as follows President, E. B. Taintcr first vice-president, J. T. Willard second vice-president, G. K. Powell secretary-treasurer, F. Bar- ton executive committee, (T. C. Mil- lar, Wright, n. Dixon, W. K. An- derson, G. w. Leech, and J. Howard, rd what the j A vote of thanks was passed to Mr. had agreed Groff, the outgoing his stenographic department and gave three cheers. Private Sale Household Furniture AT 214 FIFTH AVE. S, Carpets, stoves, beds, tables, chairs, sofas, grato curtains, cooking, utensils and everything found In a well furnished houae. All these furnishings aro near-' ly now and In first class condi- tion. _. Gall Any Hour F. L. Leach, commissioner of the Associated Boards of Trade tor I'-iou- them Alberta, was present, and in an interesting speech, outlined the work of the association during the pasl your, and' asked for the support of tin) Taber Board during the com- ing year. Leech, president of the associ- ation, also addressed the board and expressed a liopc that Talicr would be well represented at the annual meeting, which is to he held in Mac- Icoil in Decemlie: PERM'S NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH NEARLY READY FOR DEDICATION OF FJNFAT !N THE PROVINCE Fernie, Nov. Guild ot Christ Church gave their annual ball! last night In Victoria Hall. It was a i great success, both ns to turn-out and ee an aid to the finances of tho cinty. The hall was crowded and the dan- cing was kept up to a late- hour. The registration of voters closed.on Thursday. night, with an addition of 78 householders, and HO license-hold- ers' names. It .vcrj; early to campaign for] A11 rfinn _ w Cattle and Horses Tuesday, November !5th At 1 p.m. sharp at 327 Third Street South at II. Calvin's Sale Bam CATTLE 10 choice Dairy cows all supposed to be in calf to a thoroughbred bull. 1 Thoroughbred Ehorttiorn Durham Cow, 1 years old, with heifer calf at foot, 2 months old. 12 Calves from U to 0 mouths old. HORSES 1 Team GeldiugX pounds each; Wagon and Harness. 10 General Purpose Mares-and Geldings from 4 to S years oM; all broke to harness. 1 Delivery Horse; Wagon and Harness complete. Saddle Ponies and 3 Lumber Wagons. TERMS CASH IMPORTANT Unreserved Auction Sale Farm Stock and Machinery November 4th 1912 ON THE FARM DESCRIBED BELOW Improved farm on tho host terms ever offered. Situated about eight miles north east of Lolhbrldge, near Bight Jllle Lake, ana three: and one-half nlllcs liorth-wcat of Ooaldale. Tlie farm lias natural gos. Write for further particulars. See posters or apply to 1212 6th Ave.. South, Lethbridge or J, A, Smith', Auctioneer ;