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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 LKT November NINTH STANDING OF THE CANDIDATES FIVE ARE HOLDING FIRST PLACE POSITIONS IN THE RACE With only Thirty More Days to go to the Finish and Fourteen More Days of Second Voting Work Should Be the Keynote Fug candidates have hewed to tile Five are running neok aml iiqclt In How many more conlil is not for this department o If we dont know a thing about Vhlle not quite lending the largest gain vsa made by Gerald Dulnrnge of Bow There is no mistaking that this young man means a hig Mr after ialliiiK a Is again in the stride The sibtem of resting a little and putting a burst of speed breaks the ironotom a steady drive aim besides Is a good method of Mr Stephen Xegrey while not old in is a very old settler in the city of Whether the fact of his long residence here has anything to do with his votesetting ability or he is making mighty good in the con hi of always enthusiastic comes to the front iga n Rovill is a very busy man these after his ousiness Intertjts and the getting of subscriptions as Mr Etibbs called at the contest office yesterday and carefully count ed out exactly votes for the standing On account o the re striction being uken off the Stibbs speculated quite n bit as to n ivt Hie other candldotw would likely do nest Miss Thelma always always nevein a had whohas never missed a day In calling at theeouteet paces right along with the best of them in the Besides the Mire Vivian Barhoiir and Miss Agnes Pelietler have joined jlhe Century This club has sixteen with applications to be voted on this After the short lull in subscription business is commencing to he unite brisk at the contest there is much of the sub scription Held to be covered With only a few over of the old sub scribers recorded as making a payment during the it is plain that there is much fertile ground to bo covered Tiiis I paid another can didate stuff dont for we have an alphabetical list or all the subscribers who have Baid in tile candidates the Suh come along with that The Herald wont cost any more after the contest is Robert of enters the contest The territory to the we will from Hosmer on us far as trie Herald is an unworked The candidates who so far have represented that dist rict do nofsaem to have beeiiaive to the It is NOT too late to start under the At Port Arthur two years ago a can dlaute headed the list with sixteen days At Eau a can didate won first in three Other instancts could be mentioned where candidates who have come in When the contest was over half have come out While the time the best part is to The las four weeks Is really the contest NEW RULE FOR VOTING For the standing of the the limit of the number of votes u carsdidate may increase his or her score has been Any reasonable number will be Make your own send to or leave yonr Votes at the contest U is a good plan to stand well in the but it ij just as good a plan io pile up a the number you have that are voted keep the most sacred 1 Get the important 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 Alberta MISS MARTHA MISS 41612th 9459th ciiy 5000 MISS 21010th city 31210th 2141st Bow city 75250 FLETCHER MISS 814eth city M619th City MISS Alberta 50S5th city Alberta GEORGE New Alberta 22513th St city MISS 31214th city MISS JEAN Picture MISS Pincher MISS Alberta MISS Stariand JOHN 61714th city MISS 2G719th city 2115th Avenue MISS MISS 80S7th Avenue MISS 61B13ih city 15th North 14 More Days of the Second Period Voting Schedule Only 30 Days More of The Contest The List of Prizes to be erected by The Herald or automobile of any make or a trip around the all expenses or Eight hundred dollar Angelus Player Four hundred dollar McMillan Upright r Two hundred doliar order on any Lethbridge merchant advertis ing inthe or In v1 One hundred and fifty dollar parlor suite or dining to bei purchased from an or One hundred dollar Victrola and worth of or Sixty dollars in Fortyfive dollars in Thirty dollars in Twentyfive dollars in ADDITIONAL fourth prize candidate may take course in Gurbutt Business College and cash insteiui of fifth lirizc same courc and cash or the above course in lieu of sixth Ten percent commission to candidates who do not win a regular HOW THE PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED The above prizes will be awarded to the ten regardless of having the highest the leader having choice of first prize the one standing having choice of the nine remaining headed by the player piano and so until all the prizes are taken Pianos have been purchased from Robert 41012tb local representative of Winter Second Voting1 Schedule Ends November 25ili Further nominations will be Contest December llth FERDINAND OF BULGARIA Tho London Daily Chronicle has the foliowins character of King Ferdinand of wriclei Jertiinail G B but hint had When her son to 13ugaria she went There herrs a difficult she won nations Her salon was no cabinet of a sanctum in which the popular figure in artistic and j in Prince i spirit oi Bulgarian io be ui in irimirer of An more difficult task scarcely ever fare faced a FJnt he i wisely from the opening of his I He began by studying his people j by obtaining their point j lie WIIK not going to a j Kl KlOl Th of jn b lvati fcntnvn io be ui in Bt4inuimed and in which mimy u patrij people whom lie did not wholly underj o tcuso Of An otic movement saw its j At first he took bur litfle acti tt i nundeurJn the wlo Wag 01HJ closed j u waB no throne to which ive part in politics he allowed parties j iallians was with him one day wiion thy first I prtnce Ferdinand Often it tu develop iu their ovrn Afdr i but teatI iu rniif fnrHi Rnlvrnrin i LK r of i nuait i or a century was about Io call him to a stern Qt yujiariu has j Ferdinand pulled from his pocket a 1 or iweniytive worn oi and shook more than once it appeared to letter to its There was uothing No Mere Figurehead Is HIL tenluaml I ot Btiluarla has Ferdinand nulled from his pocket a miTordpraiuTcoiitTnt i iJ the saonl 1 or worn volume of the poet and The Coilgrcss hiill sivcn it v the luramer of eUlciewa m qmel tones and yet Ulc half loaf Thu Turk usually thc influence of i aud thf clnsel of no lias oeeu read lines irivmi j i i govoinoi imu ueen dm en ofias 3tnjng ty waa fck in the i tinIiis u mnoi Joday i Eastern The successful war Uork ellmlratiii which ad online de pene hazard of dcacl have been trvia nrr t uimn i o i r i ii UiU net Kieatl mend migut give the powBra a pretexi to 111 illO ttlal 1 iiiri nan tvliuii Tiiiti and Peace brought the noil iithtleiv inrnucfi ot battifj 1ne worlds at war with in iccr t iT i i tsrecu in iaau tuat oaciern ttnineiia Partv polities became more 1 Stand gOOU SilaJl I crOUCll Vw iilitoil n TnUmrit niiti i t i tj i oiioitia IJB Jdued to poijij mHHren yrospsnty Bul d ive ticr metal wals and ct ings and takcipbce of HUoitihfl belter it may Ctinscd ind bri i cncd by tlmply U h by stcsm or Hy ulted to DlnsnffRobns and Uedi CF STEPHENS PAINT AND VARNISH MAER5 Tbe harvests ripe Hardware LOCK io reap slumber rb ihorn i Hutu nj nu puiji1 uniHien yroapsriiy jsiu mu suali i ouc of extraordiuary dlflij enulually became strong and The Porte was far from being TIio development oi the Russia was envious and country went forward with aurprislns tbrcaceniug ibe noiverH gave no word of to thc struggling was no myra the raoinenioue domestic politick were in un irrcvooably bo will turn jRlmcst tbo peoylo I again to the familiar page on whicli i wnre iosing faith lhat their mitv These atMid out and will Uo How BeroaB i striklng of his actions was Hat dupli Ins mind over the uvcntvfive j the had become on tbo eve of Wlte of Uw Kulaer Williams move Ho R them to nu In timo lieWa3 by the sudrten rising had made a iiuilon and himself n which drove Prince Alexj Stuaihulov ISiiIgaria began to demanded I could the rudder of state th certain One of the most J under from tho Ihroxv of this tini3 of dav cun wholly I Such was the state of nffritrs i Prince at the cail of the J attract by ils policy tbe ot n thc then with I u rultr nM an n Ferdinand to work party oyj with no sood from the lo whloh rnv md s I inn uui uy us me ui i Kit the prinoj diigersi Apropos of the BalkanTurklsl berc is an interesting photograph showing enthusiastic boy scouts of Bui ahead if hh energetic minister 9a betncj drilled by an officer of the Bulgarian patriotism which has never been is more mark aUowedto co on Staiabulov was a cd now Even the hoys no of their teens volunteering to go to the They display a pronounced ability for things military and in acountry where males at the age are called upon to bear this prciiminsry training is of untold value to the Bulgarian no Kuod from the great the Tim Ans frinn foreign olficu gave him clearly to iintlerstaml that he accented TIR ion of ruler of Bulgaria at iiis own tlmt ho receive no encomiseiuout or backing Kuropcs leading Hut he knew and truatud in his If the good for tune presided over it ir it were reas oned and then the Bul gariansknew how to choose And at a critical is thc supreme wisdom in His Mothers Influence Ferdinand is a Coburger his mo ther was tbc youngest daughter oi1 Louia should have given him how bo were today how it is that he has he would say By my mothers Princess Clementine waaa reiaarkable j ISven now ihronghouL the length mull breadth of the she ia Bui gurias She instillfitl in him a detjp love of history sliu marie him iibllosoplier the hlgheil Sim him to he And It was a wise Frenchman who said the faculty of obaervatlo SAMUEL opponents tho the hems through tbe war with it keener be the more quickly ECUi was of different badly or sitlvu to more dntermniodl ganixed and loo A conscript than uver to pursue his it consisted oi twelve j threo cavalry and three artillery So Prince Ferdinand in 189J drop with a squadron of guards ped bis no ono was iv battery of Beige and mountain surfiised than Hie pilot KiirJ For inlantry the term of as the prince said on one service was two years with the knows far too little of Uuliand three in tho reserve for other jiruiUcled riot and Lhree jTcars In the standing army j but the prince wan sure of his ami five in reserve nad for nil j Where Slambulov in Ills arrognnco and j until the age of 40 in the vanity bad been Fcidinand yaw Gradually thc forces were added The people desired friend Tno of Korvice was ex tended to ship with and Stanibulovs of Organization was brought it There can be no offlcera were carefully train doubt thai Ferdinand acted and now the consists of1 to stand in tbe graces of j thirtysix regiments of each EXGOVERNOR OGILVIE ILL midnight condition ofWilliam ox ly ill at tbo hospital was fairly There was statedto be no cause for immediate alarm at that Governor of tbo lying serious two machinegun 11 reglmtiits of cavalry vith a siniil n accompaniment quickIiriug Is Hourly tbe whole of human of Federation of who is again up lleged conspiracy against employers Petersburg has done much of late years to strengthen hie countrys po sition in the Near Two great reforms which King nine regiments of field and three ot Ferdinand has directly Inspired are I motintaUi here are also those of the and military nine htvfalions of sappers and miners systems of Urn The first was j anil really seriously faced in aiitl Iniairohiu and hfiilonrnpli tho following he halved hlfi own j Tlu rapid inobiliKation of tbe irmy for civil a clear if wliicli has iiirprisud UK military I took in thin jKiriiculnr of tin adiriiiablr waj in AH to thc jnyt before i wliieh tho whole army has been it imd ctMue ;