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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 Tirr, LFTiTiiRrnni: TUII'.Y HKKALU Friday. November 11TH STANDING OF THE CANDIDATES How the Candidates Stood Yesterday How: Would This Prize ;i Strike You? THE FOLLOWING BULLETIN CONTAINS THE NAMES OF ALL THE CANDIDATES IN THE HERALD'S CONTEST AND THE VOTES DEPOSITED IN THE BALLOT BOX UP TO THURSDAY. REViLL, JOHN R., 617-14th St. South, city BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN. Carmangay, Alberta BOISVERT, MISS YVENNE, 4l6-12th St, A. N., city BRENNAN, W.. 945-9th St. South, city BARJJETT, MISS St. South, city BIDAULT, J. A., 312.10th CUNNINGHAM. TED, 214-Ut Avc South, city................ DULMAGE, GERALD, A., Bow Island, Alberta.............. ENGLISH, J. T., 5D1-19th St. North, city FLETCHER, MRS. IRA. C.. Magratb. Alberta................... HUTTON. MISS EVA, 814-611, Ave.. South, city HOULT, MRS. W.. 406.19th St. North, City HULIT. MISS ARLIN, Warner. Alberta.................'....... HAIG, RUSSELL, Clarcsholm, Alberta LEDINGHAM, C. L., 508-5th Ave. South, city................. MARSHALL, W. M., Tabtr, Alberta........................... MECIKLE, GEORGE C., New Michel, B. C.........j-........... MURPHY, JAMES, Jr., Burmis, Alberta....................... McKEE, CARL, ELKO, B. C................-................ NEGREY, STEPHEN, ,225-13th St. North, city OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312-14th St. South, city............... PATTERSON, MISS JEAN B., Blairmore, Alberta......-----'.-. PEARSON, G. W., Picture Butte, PELLETIER, MISS AGNES, Plncher Creek, Alberta. ......J.- PATTERSON, MISS JEAN, Starland Theatre............... REDSHAW, MISS MARGARET, 267-19th St., North, city ST1BBS. MRS, N. C., 211-5th Avenue South, city SCOTT, MISS LOUISE, Macleod, Alberta SELLENS, KISS DOROTHY, 908-7th Avenue South, city VOGAN, MISS THELMA, 619-13th St. South, city .........i WRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St., North; city................... 34.200 12S.100 163.600 71.000 129.000 140.000 1 More Days of the Second Period Voting Schedule The List of Prizes house, to he erected by The Herald; or automobile of any make; or a trip around the world, all expenses paid, or cash. Eight hundred dollar Angelus Player Piano. Four hundred dollar McMillan Upright Piano. Two hundred and fifty dolfar order on any Lethbridge merchant advertli- tng in the Herald, or In cash. One hundred and fifty dollar parlor suite or dining room suite, to bo purchased from an advertiser, or cash. One, hundred dollar Victrola and worth of records, or cash. Sixty dollars in cash. Forty-Five dollars in cash. -1 Thirty dollars in cash. Twenty-five dollars in cash. ADDITIONAL of fourth prize may take course in, Garbutt Business College and 5100 cash; instead ot fifth yrize same coure and ?30 cash or the above course in lieu of sixth prize. Ten per cent commission to candidates who do not win a regular prize. HOW THE PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED The above prizes wilt be awarded to the ten candidates, regardless of residence, haying the highest vote, the leader having choice of first prize options, the one standing second, having choice of the nine remaining prizes, headed by the player piano and so on, until all the prizes are taken up. Pianos have been'purchased from Robert lliey, 410-12th St. A., south, local representative of Gourlay, Winter l-eeming, Toronto. .Second Voting' SchethHe Ends November 25th Further nominations will be accepted. Contest Closes December llth stating that had been ijTomi better wages, and "ivUh (he winter com ing on they could not afford to give up tiietr jobs, it is understood that all who returned 'will be expelled-from tiie union. An Offer of Increased Pa'yj Had the Desired Result WHICH MEANS THAT THE REDS ARE BEHIND IN MEMBER. SHIP RACE flic bad-: of file head might have caused by Ourda being struck hy an auto, while the cuts and bruises on the face could have heen caused by contact with the hard earth. ONE THOUSAND MEN QUIT RATH- 1 here are still no startling develop-: mcnt iii the Hurda munlrr ER THAN STAND FOR RE' conling to the evidence given this; DUCED WAGES morning before Coroner Humphries uid a jurv Cobalt, Out., Nov. I The production of an ugly looking! voting all day .yesterday, do- In spite of the fact Unit the C. I'. K. HILL PRESENT 1 passed what was i censtire on Hon. T. Croihers, i Miniver of Labor, for not graining -vjr board of conciliation to j members now on at the lot-al "Y.M. ui Blues art1 Icad- pics. Witness killed a tlie vo weeks before the club Vas taken; Tlic strikt' was calloii because of a The club was not used reduction of cents a. day in the s killing tin? animal. which looked like blood on the [color sclieiw "is blue nround the "V" could not say how same came hack today, with UK- f xcpiuioii of one.; campaign headquarters. there. The club was found in the and alNlaiiKcr 01 con-eKiion of Christ-) Keds, led'by V. .Ji-nninss. at ihtl whness' bouse.. mas irmfi... In past. 1 udmit that flip Hliies work LrUcMti' Ml's- wife of the previous j meting yesterday afternoon stormy weather, but now that the Ulln-ss> spoke of movements of j was intended by Senator weather has been almost peifect in- :1Ilfi men on the, night ofj A. BiiehiLimn. ami Major J. rfJ they contiilttnt in pilin" up a lilt' ovuience did not! Stewart, M.p.p., wluj Kpokn KMhe men largr number of points. No doubt llav" mllth braritig ill.......... rehnu-e to UK- potion lakeii by itu-j when today's returns arc in ihr Peculiar Kvidi-nce .Shown a spot.1 men's wages. Over 1000 men arc Tlic following is the program for the presentation of .school sports prizes in the auditorium of Central school tonight. Maple Leaf Chairman's W. S. Gal- braith. Presentation of Kinder- garten girls and boys, Sir. A: Buchanan, M.P. Vocal Stella Luinbard. Junior girls, Sir. (.b) Junior hoys, Mr. Jarncs Aird. Students. natives believe mat each species of tree has a spirit or divinity that pre- sides over its affairs. The spirit of the camphor-tree is known by the name of "a woman." Her resting place is.near the trees; Hurt when at night a peculiar noise is heard in the woods, resembling' that of a cicada, the Bisa-n is believed io bo singing, and camphor will surely be found in the neighborhood. But the spirit of the camphor-trees seem to be jealous of the prescious guln, and must be propitiated, and it" she knows that hunters are in quest of it she will endeavor to turn their steps aside. The natives thinlc that she is acquainted with both the -Ma- lay and Jfiknn languages and that if the camphor hunters spoke either of those she would know.that they laid come for camphor and would defeat in a sort of blow-pipe, not unlike the pipe through which the 'American schoul-hoy projects wet paper balls. The .lohore blow-pipe is made of a very long-pointed, straight variety of bambuo, which is generally carved and traced with many rude devices. Tlio projectile used in these are thin splin- ters of wood about a fool long, having a jihiff of pith at tiie butt end. The point is as sharp as a needle and In covered black resinous sub- stances whicli in many oases is ex- tremely poisonous. RAILROADER NOT GUILTY Kencira, Out., Nov.. ihe court of General3 Sessions of Police this morning, the first case proceeded with WHS t.hat of the Crown vs. ,1. H. NVill for manslaughter in connection with the wreck on the C. P. R. at UUP- their purpose. So it is necessury to herd, in September, which resulted in speak in a tougiie that she does not. understand. Por this purpose the "camphor language'1 has bettn in- vented. It consists of a mixture of JiikuM and .Malay words, but these are curiously altered or reversed, and the natives believe; Hint the div- .Ink Intermediate iuity of the is coni- (b) In termed iat ft hoys, J. confused when she bears this Higinhor.hnni. jargon. Kain Hhoda Wright. Th .Senior Mr.iarco W. A. Hamilton. (b) .Senior boys, 1 a -Mr. .1. K. Hodgson. j School .SUrderits. i Target shooling nill medals (b) Ccrtificati's for signal- the dftaih of Fireman Clark. After f idi-iu.'e 'was heard relative to the order under which Xeill'.s train was running and also that of behind it, thp jury retired, and in twenty min- utes returuf'd with a verdict of not on linnnell has c 1 (llll'r' of point." up-U, 3. Stewart, M.P.P.. to use the endeavors to tiie Dominion government, through tlip .Mi-Mister oi' Labor, to grant our modest request fur n board of conciliation to adjust the differences ourselves aiul our employers, the Canadian IJarifu- ll looked for a time after Ibis ac- tion 'hail been taken aK if Htrita-rs out to sla.r until Ihuy forced tlu> i OIL DISTRIBUTING CENTRE bands of the company, but just, jiftorj I'rince Hupt-rt, XDV. im- adjournment was laKen. the foreman of the fTOig came in and tolil sfrlkors thnf lii. IVditro ft MAKING GOOD PROGRESS I'rimrq ItiiD'Ti, Nov. -The T. I1, is now to Creek, be- yond and two hihu'h.-f! miic.s oast of tliis cii.y. inenL was laKen. iliti foremaii ncrinl Oil Company is an-anjjinj; u, frcigrtt sheds, .Air. make Prince HUJUTL a nnrl tobl the strlkors thnf lii.htViitrp for nil pared to produce a letter over! a" popular fuel on the const. iattire of Supt. Price, is wiib thv thai., If they would return to worli hi j T. P. for water frontage on which to tho morning, I hey would ail be huild sevwiil tanks. :l ha vine nsi-d tin- PX-' as Mlp brahrs were I'll kill you'in you'll kill ;in Ulr< -pasw-nRc-rs and crew thrown IL-." Witness fttsl "lu-iini of Durila-'s tlir lealh on the Wednesday alter tins lie ;t aini ohvi-, A MEGANTIC NEARING PORT siraisf.lititu'wavd .iccount of his' K- Mitchell has received inovciiiiints on ihi.- day ni tlu' murder.! thai, the Star liner Meg- Ccorui' father of Sophiai ;'.nt.ic reported off Oape Uaco lo- i nl-1 day, due at Quebec and Mou- se gave evidence which ditlj treat on Sunday. Western patisen- noi. reveal anything; matt-rial tu tho I sera will reach lyetbhridHo at ,'i.FiO cast'. Mary Harrison, whose lioiisol n.m. on Friday. N'crnachuk tivos, deposed that- _ m bomi; on tiie niKbli A SMALL FIRE of ihr inunlor unl.il nine o'clock- tbo I in-thl Durda, Durda a small L and paid 221J. conls per hour for truckers, juwl 21 eeiils fu-r stacliu-s. This nitlior fooled Mm atrikf in-dor of Mlc moil, and at'ler a lengthy dc-i Consorvatlvns of Houlli Qii'Anpclto to- QU'APPELLtE CONSERVATIVES Indian llrad, Sash., Xov. liberation, they decided by an ovnr- uhelniing volu to go bank to their places today. Organizer Salnaluiry was viiry much surprised at (he action of tlio men, km they explained their position by HiniHiiln. day nominated .loaonh oiciin, one of the moat extensive- farmers of the pro- vince, to contest tlio ridinj; in the on December -I. canned ai. two o'clool; fire brigade of an axe. Vcrnachuk told! tllis Diirclii In pet mil lioiiac. Tllis VKS. out, and tire fire ai Mary Harrison's house'. with little damage, rcim'inlipn-d the evening on 'o the roof. The daniatre. ia which Durda and Vornacliuk had quarrel. Durdn two hottlcsoi: heer llnrrison's house, and witness! heard Vprn.ichuli yplling for lm axe at, lUiiiR Durdn hud 'Siimaled at ID- tlio rcslsnation of flon: K. w. 0. fllll. Hiniitnln. ,.ni.i .1... recalled, niUU Hie injuries on COLONIZATION SCHEME Prince Rupert, Nov. Spokane syndicate lias just purchased acres of northern B.C. lands, for n price asRrosntlllg J3.000.000. H IB their Intention to tto land. The strangest of languages is tin "camnllor Inngnage" of .lohore on UK: .Malay Peninsula. It has been studied and reported by an KiiKllslimau ill the service of the yovei'liinent of Johore. This laiiKimgc is used by the na- rlves and otbei-s etisaKed hi the produnt. of the Malayan camnhor-trce and ia employed only at such times, it Is the heller of the natives tiiat if they used either of Ilio lauyuaiAes of the region, l.he Ma- liiy or the aboriginal .lakun. no cain- llhnr wnnlil A Ions reason underlies this belief. The eainphor-lree grows abundantly in certain parts of the peninsula, but only occasionally contains camphor crystals. The camphor is not the same as that obtained from the cam- phor laurel of Formosa and Japan, which is the source of the ordinary camphor of commerce. It IH of a 'sort highly prized by the Chinese In the embalming of their dead, in incense and in medicine, nnd Hie gum brings a price, much higher than that of the common camphor. Tho Malayans find pther Jobsr? GREECE Commander of the Greek forces, and bis littl; daughter, the youngest of bis five children. ;