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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November 4, 1012. TTTK DAILY TIFRALD THE HERALD'S SUBSCRIPTION COMPETITON To The Herald Lest We Forget" A Subscription Payment to a Candidate, if made Today, Tomorrow or Wednesday, will be worth 20 per cent more votes than after that time. You want the Herald anyway-and the Candidates want the votes. To The The first period voting schedule closes Wednesday night, the new and lower schedule will be in force on Thursday-just one-fifth less votes for every subscription you fail to get before Wednesday, Important Notice For the benefit of the candidates in Lethbridge, the contest office in the Acadia Block will remain open on Wednesday night until 10 o'clock to receive subscription reports. In order that candidates residing outside of Lethbridge may have an equal chance, all letters bearing post- mark November 6th containing subscription reports will be allowed the first period vote schedule. While the first period vote schedule ends Nov. 6th, the contest does not close until Dec. llth. NEW SUBDIVISION READY FOR THE MARKET and he is looking forward to taking Town KxpanCr some of the first prizes at the Pro- vincial Seed Fair. IJe is located in the very best wheat district, lying south of Maclcod. -Miss E. Deliver, who lias been ill for some time, since an openilion. was considered by the doctor to have pass- ed the crisis, and with great care will soon be sufficiently recovered to see her friends. ing its of A Busy Centre Macleod, Nov. Beiinos' pro- perty, east of (own, which was sold some time ago, for per acre, has been subdivided by tho owners, and will .be put. on the market rollout January 1, 3913. The lots are 33x99 feet. The plan is being laid out so as to harmonize with the town lots, BO that in tho future, when water and sewerage is extended, they con- form exactly, and no difficulty will be experienced in making the con- nections. Thc .many new subdivi- sions will ndd materially to tho as-' j J. W. Alt'Donald is receiving con- gratulations from all Bides for the work he did for the cond-emned man, Eberts, who has since been sent to the provincial jail at Edmonton, of the river, has opened with an at- tendance of twenty-two children. They have a. very fine school house, well heated and ventilated, and one of the best teachers in any rural district NELSON'S CHIEF LOSES HIS JOB COMMISSIONERS NOT PLEASED WITH WORK IN THE BALSON MURDER CASE Nelson, B. C., Xov. their RAYMOND STAYS IN ASSOCIATION WILL RETAIN MEMBERSHIP ASSOCIATED BOARDS OF TRADE Raymond, Nov. Board of Trade held a me-sting on Thursday night in the Oddfellows hall when the commissioner of the Associate Boards of Trade, of Southern Alberta, P. U Leach addressed ilw members. Ow- ing to a number of counter engage- ments many prominent boosters were action chiefly on the remarks of Mr. absent and the gathering was com- Justice Gregory in thc llalsom mur-' paralively small. Mr. Leach was Iu where ho willI (Icr trittl a fcw aml on tllc form and spoke enthusiastically his days. -Air. McDonald 1ms shown evidence mllie trial 01 of the work of the Associate Hoards. shaw, the firehug, ibe Nelson pUicc Sllch points as freight rates, railroad commissioners a si-red -for the rcsjgna- construction, work of thc Canadian Highways association, hail thc official Call, car shortage, mailj himself a great student, and a man who has the stick-to-itiveness to fight to the end. Members of the N.W.M.P. returned tidn of Charles Young, chief police, tu take effect at the end play sugar .beets from Raymond and Henry Holmes' wheat will figure pro- minently. A change of system in homestead filings will also be asked for. Mr. heach told of being of valuable assistance in getting three rural tele- phone lines built out of Caruston. Definite action will be taken at the next annual meeting to secure a lam titles oliice for Southern Alberta. 13 Out of 23 Boards at Congress In congnuulatiilK Raymond on her winnings at the Congress, Mr. Leach took occasion to say thai, 13 out of the ?8 boards alilliated with the As- CRANBROOK VETERANS FORM ORGANIZATION o- Great Enthusiasm and New Reserve Starts Off With a Swing of of Kssment of 1W3, while tho many new do 'with length- ening Uit. tinu! of excursions to I'tr and the south. .Mr. Loach look thr innttnr Hi' with Mr. Naismith. bat n: l-'ortuiialcfy and a K IllOr'1 pcrifitis u: It was a most fortunate llmip. .Dial the bulict entered the uhuulder timn would linvi; to be applird inr Wfand not (he head. Commerce Commission j _..._..___ .fniniLi that such an extension o at Washington, find t American roads wen ask. As a Cflnflaiiin lirt privilope me not willing to association the Associate Boards no jjower to poi.Ition and so tho extent of lime must at lit) days instead or 3 months HH tins Tesolniion asked. Air. Lenrh also stated thai, THEY WERE ONLY SUSPECTS ColiimbuF, Ohio, Xov. K. Campbell and JoGeph C. Gavin, who wfj-i; arrested hero yesterday in con- utY-Hon wltli (he bank robbery at Xcw Wostuiiiiritor, B. H.. eovfral months ;IRO, prohalily will ho ivIoaKt'ri within a day or two. as neither Hie 1 t.o be L'ivcn in llu- commission- Chlnigo or local police "an For Sale and Rocommendcd by t The new sclicol district. Just north' RED CROSS DRUG 'BOOK CO, olliee at LomloTft -Soul hern Alberta iR1., lor at ihfni as (ho men wnTiled fnr In this boi'y. (he rob made by .Mr. Wallingor, jux idtnt thc club, ,Mr. Cornoy r H. Mr. On on, in r.dilressiiur the nicer- ing, promised to do all Unit bo could to forward tho movement nnd drc-u special attention lo tiio 1'firt that 'ont; of the ohjc-iM.s of orsjanlzition la keop doscrvinp veterans who uei in tt'imt of insistnncf> and ho nlho staicrl Iliat IIP ii. was tin duty of tlit! ftuvcrnniciH to Rivo fu-lp in csiflpn or nriuJ lo who bail tin.1 bent, of -ihoi lift fui I the safe-guarding of the empire and who in return received a small pit- tance for their pay. H was unanimously decided to fofin a branch for Cranbrook district and the movement will undoubtedly take a strong hold in this neighborhood. Over names were fiivjsii in after the meeting and active support has' been promised from all over the dist- rict. A further meeting for the elec- tion of oliicers is. to be held at tho' Royal Hotel on the lltli iiist., which'is. sure to be well attended. In tlia nieantinie Mr. Webb has been elected secretary and Mr. Short treasurer. iKl HONOR OF GOOD MAN Hegina, Nov. a crowded congregation iu Kiiox Pres-bytorian church this evening, Dr. McQueen, of EJdmouton, -Moderator of the General Assembly of. the Presbyterian Church of Canada unveiled a bronze tablet lo the late Rev. Dr. Cariniehael, pas- tor of Knox Church, from 1893 to and of tho Home Mis- sions tor Manitoba and Saskatchewan from up to tho t.ime of Ms death n Winnipeg last year. Following ihe unveiling ceremony, a sermon TVUS iircached by Dr. McQueen in the course of which be eulogized the -work done by tho late Superin- tendent-of (Missions in Western Can- :ula. WE ARE ALWAYS AT HOME for a visit from you. Von cannot come too often fo n.s. We know you cannot soo liio lieautifiil portt-airs we have made w i t. h o n t sooner or later waiiiinff sonic of r- Photographs As you are sure to want thorn, why no-; liave them Tho sooner yon sit for us the voouer you givf! your of ]10S3CasfDg friends the pleas- tbo picture they would appreciate) so hitrhly. Oo.sideo yoij are younger lorhy than ynti will be tomorrow, Thy Photographer Most to Haptist' ChurvU ;