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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 12 TTTE LETTTBRTDCE DAILY Xovcnibcr 1912 Eighth Standing of Candidates Watch in the Lead Safely Passing Over the Eighth Hurdle Field Coming Up Strong Keep Up Your Good WorkThe Prizes Are Worth Your Best Efforts Nine of tbo candidates in the competition have voted jp to the not the same ones as the last not all of Seven candidates today hold their oldplaces hi the first two have come up fromthe rear and two of have allowed their vote to drop For Tuesday the limit of over the high vote of today will be en After thai time candidates may vote as they solong as they keep within None of the contestants have complained in regard the hut we would rather place the voting part at flie hands of the candidates With a sort of freeforall it will likely be n little more interesting to the as well as add excitement for the Ira while on a business trip to Lethbridgc called at the contest oBice and deposited enough votes to place Fletchers name among the Fletcher said he enjoyed the contest work Im mensely that it was a real vacation from regular business It pays to be a smiling iliss Jean after trailing the leaders for some votes the Miss Patterson Is regularly employed and really does have much time to solicit When she goes after the busi she makes every minute count She is conducting what might i be called a scientific EO false Gerald the new candidate from Bow is certainly a fine when it is considered that he has been in the con V test less than a Look out for Bow Island has a way of things in a wholesale The candidates holding first place twice in succession are Miss Eva Hut Miss Miss Thelma Gains were made since last voting day by Miss Vivian Lcdingham who doubled his previous score Miss Pearl Miss Agnes John Kevin and Miss Flora While candidates may solicit subscriptions any place they like outside of thelr own town or it scarcely ever pays to take the time to go to fa town where another candidate is making good People are just clannish enough to hold their subscriptions for the home and it is right that they A great deal of the circulation zone of the Herald is still a fertile And it always pays to go over your territory the second and even the third You will probably say to yourself that SoandSo wouldnt take the paper on a as for paying for why that is out of the havent given SoandSo chance to make havent asked i hlmffoiva Try a few of these youthinktheywont subscribe You might get many two and three year subscriptions that you would have an attack of heart But whateveryou slackenthe pace you are now This is not a plaything a newspaper contest It will take work to win one ofthe big there is no way to win except through setting THE FOLLOWING BULLETIN CONTAINS THE NAMES OF ALL THE CANDIDATES IN THE HERALDS CONTEST AND THE VOTES DEPOSITED IN THE BALLOT BOX UP TO LAST MISS MISS MARTHA MISS 41612111 MISS 210lOth city 31210th 2141at Bow Alberta 50119th MISS S146th city 40619th City KENNETH Alberta MISS Alberta 5085th city GEORGE New Alberta 9500 22513th MISS 31214th city MISS JEAN Picture MISS Pincher MISS Alberta MISS Starland JOHN 61714th MISS 26719th city 2115th Avenue city MISS 50511 tn city MISS Alberta MISS S087th Avenue city MISS 619131H 15th North MISS Second Prize SSISTotc Angelas Player Piano is the Selling Price by Winter purchased from 410 Twelfth Street South New Voting Schdule SECOND PEEIOD The of subscriptions will prevail to and including November when a further reduction will be according to the sched ule printed in the receipt DAILY Price 2 Two Yaers DAILY Price SG 600 Three Years WEEKLY Price Votes OneYear Two Years Three years extra for postage foQ each year to tha CANNOTSETTLE STRIKES BY MILITARY That is the View of Sir Askwith Montreal Sir George chief of the conciliation department of the British Board of who addressed the Club main tained that in all the strikes that had taken place recently in Great there bad been little In the way of breach of agreement on the part of the Breach of Industrial Agreements The particular phase of labor diflii culties that he proposed to deal eaid the was that of strikes and lockouts of recent occurrence In Great My founded experience and much ho taking It as a industrial upon the relations of labor and capi tal are generally One hears a great deal of strikes and lock outs taking place because of the breach of At the present time one of the matters which baa been referred to the industrial council thirty or forty whose men are and whose leaders have been educated as to how to govern men and how to make agreements in their repudiate entirely the idea that they ever break an agree They have dared the employ ers to bring up an instance of any agreement to which they have ever set iheir hands having been and the employers have agreed that when those union leaders put their hands to u although that agreement may he difficult to arrive in spite of nil difficulties or cir cumstances it has been In speaking upon Some Labor Sir George Askwith said that the suggestions for cures of these problems numcTuuo tlic sands of the hut he con tended that settlements by armed force or by law were and that even if laws were enacted the difficulty was how to enforce it was just as impos sible to make hundreds of thousands of workers obey a law as to compel a nation to take a course to which it That there were slight exceptions to this rule in the case of smaller of which I have the honor to or unions which grew rapidly is the question of the whoao leaders were naw and unable breach of how best these can be enforced and it hag been remarkable in ihe evi dence that baa been faken how great iniitin after union has come up through Its leadersand has put be fore us what occurs in the ordinary between capital and but of which you never hear in the news That they continue to ex ist and to carry on their work by means of und those agreements are The old unions which have been in existence for to control their was admitted by the who that these cases were outside the gen eral He also doubted the some times repeated assertion tbat breach es always occurred on tho side of the pointing oirt that in their case greater publicity was given to the while with the individual employer who went back upon bis agreement lie fact did not necessarily come to the public On The Keeping of Sir George AskvMth marked out two AND SCIENTIFIC You and careful bnt do all your thrive Alittle Bovril added to Una been proved by scientific powerfully assist the digestion and proper assimi points upon which legislation and public opinion were of importance in regard to the matter of keeping agreements in the case of an agreement already in the making of In the first case there was always the difficulty that arose on the point of In such case surely It is to the public advantage that an interpretation of what the parties meant should be made by an impar tial That you may have either by by arbitration or by con Similarly it was suggested by the speaker that when difficulty arose through the termination of an one side being anjiious to a conciliation meeting might well be The difficulty with cpmpulsory arbitration was its en since it was impossible to fill jails with thousands of workers who refused to obey a finding or pay a The speaker proceeded to review iome of the leading strikes and lock outs in Great Britain which are fresh in the dwelling especial upon the Hull Manches ter Seamans and the Railway and Coal telling his audience low these were engineered to a suc cessful chiefly by advising the men to keep their pledges among their respective unions while at the same time acting with dlplomancy and with every effort possible in the direc tion of Railway Agreements In the railway strike there were un doubtedly broken agreements owing to the great complications which had itteiided The report of the royal then appointed to deal with that strike had resulted in a scheme being evolved under which the railways were now and which he hoped would stand the dif Icultics arising from the Increased cost of In the coal dispute Parliament had had to stepin and vote a minimum wage with the Labor party effect of legislation being not yet deter mined owing to its recent but t was to be hoped that the Act con tained at least the germ of quietness for the most difficult of all I am not despondent of the fu continued Sir George It has been said of our country by almost every foreign nation that it f3 a country that Is liable to settle Settlement Implies an and an agreement upon which reliance can bo and to my opin ion neither uatioaa nor trades nor industrial agreements can ho lasting upon a basis of broken CHUEC1T SEEVICES ANDREWS IGUi North at and will be conducted by the Groth in the German lan 13th and 7th The German speaking populaco Bryau will Sunday ser is CQnHaHy vices at 11 school at 3 All are FIRST CHURCH OF Bank 1 i Wednesday evening testimony meeting S The reading room la open to everyone every day from three to five p Everyone is cordially in vited to WESTMINSTER CHURCH ME Joseph Woodsworth will occupy tlio pulpit at both services 11 and Sunday j school and Bible class at A Ail jare heartily FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST Corner 5th avenue and ISth street 11 and Sunday 3 Prayer S Choir S All are THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH will hold Sunday services in the Morris Theatre at 11 and In this country patents havo hocn Issued covering the maimfnctiiro of shoos and leatlicr und about hair of them arc BOW in forcc PATRICKS Minlwe Mass S Childrens mass High Mass Sunday school 3 Evening service Sermon at each CHRISTADELPHIANS At 125T Eighth avenue South Breaking of 4 evening a lecture will be delivered by Sidney Is Holy a Person Every body v Bring your No WESLEY 11 The Compassionate Christ and the Ne glected Evening sub Certain Great Pacts Concern ing The musical service in the evening will The day is past and Forever with the George Mitiord and Rhynd Jamieson 0 Divine Oou KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH November 12 13 14 At 3 and 8 BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS NOW FANCY PLAIN SEWING FISH POND FOR THE CHILDREN PAPER AND CANDIES JAPANESE TEA ROOMS 1 SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS AT 8 JARLEYS TUESDAY AND THURSDAY CONCERT ON WEDNESDAY Watson will will be held in Khynd Sunday church at throe CYPHIANS ANGLI Sth avenue and llth Canon Bible 3 All arc DiTinc Miss omc j Strangers and visitors al I wnvs PAULS FIRST LUTHERAN j Canon At the hoino ot Sunday school and Bible class 3 siith HANDLING GRAIN AS Communion on the first and Sunday school 11 third Sundays and at the 11 oclock j and Catechism service on the second and fourth Sunj Wednesday and Bible study Matins 11 Baptism 1 8 The Ladies Colta society Kvensong CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF I will meet with 912 8U on Thursday AlXiUSTINS CHUnCIIUor FAST A3 POSSIBLE William lie who returned last after a trip in Western Can stated Unit reports received by the there is more grain In the elevators than was LATTER DAY 10th near Officers and teachers meet ner and Eighth fat ing 10 Sunday School 2 Sacrament Visitors always Communion 8 at which tho I Although the railways are handling Bishop 1 Hcv Paul Hull will Ill ns rapidly as it has recent 1st Phone At three oclock ly Slr William did not say that con GEItMAN EVANGELICAL LUTH paul Bull will address a meeting oi sestlon wouhl be eliminated this sea will be held at 710 the children of the three Anjlical SM1 believed that it would be Sunday schools in Augustins impossible to prevent a slight con In the evening at will hold the of the series he no matter how rapidly tho of railways handled the as there evening which will he conwould he n certain amount of grain tinucd each night o the week at 8 that could not be handled after the Iaul a had been meeting in the church at and womens meetings I They Havo Won at 3 on Thursday and White Swan Yeast Cakes have an enormous sale in Canada if seconds KNOX they did not make tho best bread THE STRENGTH OF A Medical men assert according to wellconducted it is shown that tho newborn babe is relatively much stronger tbat a fullgrown The muscles of the forearm are as tonishingly A few hours after birth a baby suspended by its linger to a stick or to the linger of a grown psrson can sustain in tho air for about ten the ease of particularly strong iivfajits for so long a period as thirty sec When four days an appreciable increase in the infants strength may be and the time during which it can thus sustain itself is about two and onehalf minutes for ninetyeight per of The maximum is attained in two Few infants cnii hang on for more than one and onehalf although it is of record that one exceptionally develop remained for two minutes and thirtyeight seconds by his right After that he contin ued to hang on with his left for fifteen Services 11 and Morning subject Compound Evening Young Who Made being tbe second in tlie series of monthly sermons to young Sah bath school will meet at 3 The j special music for tomorrow will j elude Peace I uill IIMI nhlHnllV Illni leave with In the Cross of Christ We i Miss Lumbard and At ICvrn when the Sun Was Your grocer sells White Swan Yeast Tho steel entering into the manu for Free sample from lacture of wheels during White Swan Spices Limit i last year to tons this couatry Whenever jou feel a headache coming on take NABRUCO Headache Wafers They stop headaches promptly and Do not conUIn or olher dangerous a box at your 125 NATIONAL DflUG AND CHEMICAL Of ;