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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta (i, DATLY TfEKAlVD Page First Period Schedule Closes TONIGHT To The Herald A Subscription Payment to a Candate, if made Today, 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 Candidates: The first period voting schedule closes TO-NIGHT, the new and lower schedule will be in force Tomorrow-just one-fifth less votes for every subscription you fail to get before Today. Important Notice the contest office in the Acadia Block will remain open on until ID o clock to receive subscription reports. -residH 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. WILL BE THE CANDY FARM A Dairy Near Edmonton Which is to be the Last Word Edmonton, Nov. 5. Every modern feature that practical science has ap- proved in producing a wholesome milk supply will be installed in a model dairy farm, to toe established on oi'O acres of land adjoining the southern limits pr Edmonton, by Stephen W. Candy, .formerly city commissioner, who lias Just returned from a stay of six .months in England. He has fir- ranged for 100 high grade cows which will be milked by dairy maids, who- arc graduated from technical schools in England. The buildings will be equipped with j tlni most modern facilities and every attention will be given to cleanliness r.iul sanitation. The best of housing will lw provided for the cattle and and the dairy maids suppled Vith uniforms to be worn milking- These nnitprmg will be jtept spotless- ly clean. Modern machinery" for pas- teurizing and handling the installed. H will to keep the milk at thu proper tempera- ture, and thti utmost cure'mid precau- tion will be taken at all times from the cow to the consumer. The dairy will the model of tUe Western tiro- rinces. Mr. Candy has .been ia tlio dairy business before. He owned and op WONT CONTEST THE BYE-ELECTION SIR WILFRID LAURIER PREFERS TO AWAIT ANNOUNCEMENT OF NAVAL POLICY Montreal, Nov. will be no contest in Moehelaga. unless the Na- erated a model dairy iu Middlesex.: tiollaiists Imllic flght jn divi. England, some years ago. He thc lmVBi po'iicv ol gov_ porated the "last word" in aaiTj-ins at wlUiient. The Liberal leader has d, that time. Since then the Industry cided to await a contest until that made remarkable strides and he j policy has ht-cn announced, and .his policy may .announced, and in nr opinion it is there that it may. ho judged on its merits and corahattci if there is neeil. "Yours very Truly, "VVil.FBlD LAURIER.' will so considerably .farther than his last effort.' While in England he ariviee will lie acted upon. Tlie letter Sir Wilfrid sent to the i made an exImusUve study of. dairying president of the Liberal association methods, also, talking with experts lls follows: Dear Mr. Our friends of this Liberal association have come the dairy show. "I am satisfied that tbere is a de- mand for such a raillt Uiif lUr. Candy said. "There are together to choose a candidate On the occasion of the election to be held in many pe6plo and children who venire the county Of Hoehelaga and inform such a product and we propose tOjine that before taking the final deci- give it to them. With a pUiitjSion they desire to consult me. Not and precaution at every .stage of the wishing "to impose my way of Ihink- enterprise, a considerable outlay win j ing, but rat her to conform to the de- bts required to -equip the dairy ami its: sire expressed by uur friends, 1 take operation will he expensive. wlllj the liberty to submit to you the fol- STRIKE SPREADS ATLETHBRIDGE CHECKERS OUT TODAY AND OTH- ERS MAY LIKELY FOLLOW SUIT BIG CROWD AT TBEATORIll HERALD'S BULLETIN SERVICE MOST 1 TURNS CAME IN RAPIDLY Popular interest in the selection of the new ruler of the United States was evidenced by the large crowd which gathered at the Congress atidi- :oriuni to watch the excellent Inillc- .in service put on by the Herald. A K. wire had been placed in the fore there was a- lull, .the interest at Noble.' Last week there were to -be intense. cars of am Although the strike oi C. P. R. freight clerks and truckers docs not I building and the" toy "waiTlu" c'har'C seem to have been a very great sue- i Or Gordon Spencer, who gave very sf service, Thc bulletins i as made up in Chicaso. rest among tile local members oi the i brotherhood, anil from statements icago, and while the news from the eastern states came in -early only fragmentary' ns were, from the ex- ALBION RIDGE Albion Rid go, Nov. J. T. Gwillim returned houiu on Saturday after a few days' stay Albert Pippard, oi.' Calgary, is spending a week visiting at the home of MTS. Lynn. Albion Ridge public school opened on Tuesday night with Miss Root as teacher. Farmers are experiencing much in- convenience in shipping their sraln sent in his order for a car. filers is something for farmers to consider in tilling their land: Albion Ridge district always gets more snow in winter, and less rain in snmiier Mian the land in the vicinity of Lett- bridge. Needless to say, must take steps to conserve the winter's moisture, and withstand the sum- mer's drougst. Our soil is as good as aiiy. and better than most, Our farmers are intelligent. Let us have. a showing in the Alberta exhibit at Oklahoma next year. made by of the interested parl-i A, ics. tin's morning there is a that the trouble will spread locally. ftates owinB. to Tlie clerks of the yard otlice, mini- they will be looked after carefully to Keep them on their feed properly and up to tlie highest, standard of effic- iency. Th-e cows will be placed umlei the tuberrrulinu test, .regularly. Mr. Candy's Idea is to open an account every cow on the farm and k a record of each animal, Proper milking sheds will be pro- vided, Hie cows groomed regularly, Cough SPASMODIC CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS KBTKOLIUHEO taia A simple, safe and eflecilvo (rcatmcnt for bron- chial troubles. avoiillnjj drugs. Vaporized Ci'csolcne stops tlio paroxysms of Whooping Coufilianil relk-vrs tpagmoilic Croup at once. It la a ROOM (o Buffcrcr.? from Astlim.i. Tlicaircarryliii! inspired wltti every breath, ni.iifes broathlnii easy BMtlMa tho mm tin-pat and st.w ih.comth.awnirinK niKhU. It Is Invat-taMo In mntherB with j'ouns children. Send postal for descriptive booklet. ALL DRUGGISTS. _____' Try Ji Of or train 11% ICiUnsCmir.s. Crcsolctif} Cot H.T. robahly have to charge Cor product than is pnid for tlie ordinary :nilk supply. But 1 am confident that the demand is here, it is not a ques- tion of the price with Edmonton poo- pie, it is a mater of getting they want and what is CROWN HAD NO CASE Montreal, Nov. Guigres, the ret.urning officer for M division at Uie last who was charged with 41 to defraud the Rovurnmetu. out j lowing consideration "Llefore liis for London and since his return to Canada, the Prime Minister has declared Unit af- ter consultation with the admiralty hu would malic known his naval pol- icy to the, people of Canada. do not know as yet in what this policy consists and nolwithktand- ing the resignation of one of his col- leagues we know nwre imperfectly the real causes of this disagreement. The J' ma un i111Mria, by false pretences, and also falsifying I the program aurccd up- elcctlon returns, was acquitted 111 the Jon, tiie divergence of' opinion" hetwccn court of special sessions foy JudRcithc minister has resigned and Haseln today. tn Blving Judgment.. Judge Baseiu declared that even "1 vccogniZR tim desire of the Lib though there might lian> teen, some j crals of Hoehelaga to oppose the eliansiing or acconiUs it did not am- 1 candidature of the hew minister and 1 jcring four, are not on duty today, "'his constitutes the cur-checking staff. Local officials slate that tlie freight truckers will in all probability come put this afternoon, thai, decision hav ing been arrived at by the men, will he followed unless word comes from headquarters asking the men to reconsider their decision. Tlie nu'ii in the passcngci department are considering go- ing on strike. The men employed by the company who are affected by the strike arc rather averse to taking any drastic will follow the ruling of the majority. eight time. Watford Presbyterian congregation tins invited Hev. .1. C. Korstor of Black- stock, Out., to its pulpit. polls being; kept open until o'clock and the difference in J'jiiougli was received, hov.'over, up to! eleven o'clock to 'show that Wilsoi anil Marshall had been successful, and while the crowd was overwhelmingly men all went home highly pleased that their man had made such a fine shoving in a. (wo month! campaign. When tlio nows filtered through thai. Illinois, town and Michi- gan and other luut largely favored the It till Mooss candidate there was hearty applause, in fael.ihc only noise of the night, although Wil- son hud a fow ardent admirers in the crowd. The reiiirns on a largo canvas-: from n powerful Ian lorn owned and operated by Arthur Heid, tlio popular of the rity's ilecirical department, Hoid vnr- tid the nntortainmcnt whenever wore a little slow in t.ho ear-. Her part of the-night, by showing a nilllliPr nf ount to a fraud. He said It was the j to show Onec more the "allegiarcc to! much appreciated by Hie crowd, 'flu duty of the government in ail cnnsc. Our naval policy I I Herald has jiteaaurc in not. do so. cases to prove fraud, and tlie known. It has not chanced since porUme to take up the fight before knowing what is the new policy of the government. I have said many times .since the last conference at London that r would await the gov- ernment before discussing the naval JUDGE CURRAN SWORN IN Winnipeg, Xov, C. Currau, K. C., of tirandon, was today sworn iu (IK JustlcQ of the Court of King's French before Chief Justice Authors. Judge Cumin is an old-Unier in tho A dessert spoon full in a plass of water is the pop- ular close of policy. "It is therefore jn house vhon we nrc in possession of all (he docu-' i'1'1 I vm i in III I i Woal, cnrainE from tho It, ,hc VU! ;vc 'eighties, law offleo j i lull yenis ago, when lio raovcri In prriinliCF I ho It improves tho appetite, stcfldica the nerves and lirinRS .ibollt a good healthy condition. IIZES 25c 60C ALLDRUOOI6T6 1 j j the ellitieiil. service given Jiy >Ir. aim lin; K-il'I'OUS JIJU'L HO IllliyCfl j in mailing tin. nlsbl a success. The slides prepared hy A. Ii Smith nnrt guve c-vcr.v jatlsfaclion. Tlie Iler- n aid withca lo Uianl; Mr. for his courtesy in allov.'iitg the use of the building, end all who in any v.-ay con- trihntei! to the success scored. At Herald cfikc tlitv tclephono i was kept, busy not only from the city, hut tif the J ronlli iiountry. The Herald gave the ll< i s 'I n i ictrivtil, and everyone j at Alice anc] her fine Company at the Majestic .lio Inroritmtlon oomplc'c and I Idfactory. H pnst midnight bo- 1 heatre this evening ;