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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta SitfiiHhiy, November 10, 1912. TTTKLFrawitneiE 11TH STANDING OF THE CANDIDATES Miss Jean Patterson of Blairmore Leads Today Mrs. N. C. Stife of Abridge, in Second Place Miss Barbor, Mrs. Holt, Miss Scott, J. A. Bidault and Mr. Negrey Also Polled a Heavy Vote Urn-rail! The leader for a day lias boon dethroned. In spite of some very heavy voting by the city contestants the country "on out today. V0103, iiiul Oils energetic Cannangay candidate Is making the most of her .Miss Louise Scott, of Jincleod sent m- a large bundle of votes of the eim-ol-tne-week score, and increased her score to ISO 000 WIUl Pellotler with Mr. J. A. Bidault with and Mr. Stephen Xogrey with were the other live ones wno.contributed to the ballot box. Candidates 'no not Get a Prize and Commission Also As staled In the paragraph "How the Prizes will be Awarded candidates wluimis: regular prizes will not bo entitled to commission except in the case of iho value of-commission''amounting to'more'than the'cash value'of .the. lime won. Attention Is coiled to this 'matter because wo have boon asked whether prize winning candidates will also get commission here's a fully equipped auto. It's one of the options for winner of First Prize. 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. PATTERSON, MISS JEAN B., Bl.irmore, Alberta................ "ARBOR, MISS Albfrta BOISVERT, MISS YVENNE, 416.12th St, A. N., city W., 345.9th St. South, city BARNETT, MISS GRAYCE, 210-10th St. South, city s BIDAULT, J. A.. 312-10th St. South, city........................... CUNNINGHAM, TED, 214-l.t Avc. South, city 34.200 DULMAGE, GERALD, A., Bow Island, Alberta.................. ENGLISH, J. T., 501.16th St. North, city FLETCHER, MRS. IRA. C., Magrath, Albsrta....................... HUTTON, MISS EVA, 814.6th Ave., South, city HOULT, MRS. W., 406-19th St. North, City HULIT, MISS ARLIN, Warner, Alberta.-........................... HAIG, RUSSh'LL, Claresholm, Alberta LEDINOHAM, C. L., 503-5th Ave. South, city MARSHALL, W. M., Taber, Alberta MEIKLE, GEORGE C., New Michel, B. MURPHY, JAMES, Jr., Burmis, Albtrta Mc.KEE. CARL, ELKO, B. C................................... NEGREY, STEPHEN, 225-13th St. North, city................... 173.000 OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312-14th St. South, city.................. PELLETIER, MISS AGNES, Pincher Creek, PATTERSON, MISS JEAN, Starland Theatre, REDSHAW, MISS MARGARET, 267.19th St., North, city REVILL, JOHN R., 617-14th St. South, city....................... STIBBS, MRS, N. C., 211-5th Avenue'South, city 226000 SCOTT, MISS LOUISE, Macleod. Alberta SELLENS, MISS DOROTHY, 90S-7th Avenue South, city VOGAN, M.1SS THELMA, 619-13th St. South, city 157000 WRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th city 30750 10 More Days of the Second Period Voting Schedule The List of Prizes hquie, to be erected by The Herald: or any make; or a trip around the world, all expense, paid? or X Eight hundred dollar Angelus Player Piano Four hundred dollar McMillan. Upright Piano. I .no dSSl >nd worth Forty.five dollars In cash. Thirty dollars in cash. Twenty-five dollars In cash. ..ADDITiONAL Instead of fourth prize candidate may ttkt course in Oarbult Businsss College end J100 cash; Instead of fifth prize same coure and J30 cash or the above course In lieu of slith prize Ten per cent commission to candidates who do not win a rejular .HOW THE PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED iJhe above 'priMs will -be awarded to. the ten candidates, of ret having the. highest vote, the leader having choice of Brli. options, the one standing second, having choice of the nine nm.lnlng prli.7 headed by the player piano and so on, until ill the priies are taken up. Pianos have been purchased from Robert Ibey, 410-12th St. A., south, local representative of Courlay, Winter teeming, Toronto. Second Voting Schedule Ends November 25th Further nominations will be accepted. Contest Closes December llth PONT FORGET CHRISTMAS LET APPLES BE THE GIFT TO YOUR FRIENDS ACROSS THE SEA Luscious, rosy, juicy, Canadian Apples! Can yon Imagine any gift ;o tbe dear ones in the old laud that would be more acceptable of exceptional you thio magnificent offer. We will deliver FREE OF CHARGE" to any address ill the British Isles a case of Guaranteed Select CO firt Canadian Apples for the small sum of................. We use standard cases: each Apple is separately packed and every precaluiou taken to ensure safe and rapid delivery. Over 5000 cases shipped last year. ?H.OO NOW, stating where you require the ease sent and WE DO THE HEST.Qive full postal directions, along with your own card for enclosure In case. MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT CANADIAN EXPORT COMPANY 1SO ST. JAMES STREET......MONTREAL Please mention this paper. may m mm TO mm HEAD OF MOUUMTED POLICE AT OTTAWA DENIES REPORT IN CIRCULATION Ottawa, Nov. press report from Alberta to effect that at the instigation of the Lord's Day Alliance the Koyal Mounlcd 1'olice had stopped threshing in various inflicts suffering only that He liberate the soul from sin. The Christian's Attitude "The Christian's attitude to pain is, that though it is an, insoluble prob- lem, Christ gives him. power to bear it first by sharing it and second by giving him trust in Him. We have seen tears on God's face when 'Jesus wept' so that the Christian is brave to bear suffering and pain until that day, when God shall wipe all tears away. Deadly Modern Fashion "It is a most deadly modern fash- on to minimize sin, people say, it is an accident or only a mistake. When ve. stand beneath the cross of Christ ve realize the awful nature of sin. Sin is awful in itself, and not simply ccaiise-it is against' God's love. :God does not send a man to hell or sin, for God willeth that none An exceedingly large congregation should perish hut that all should in St. Augustin's church last night come to the knowledge of God. Man spent a quiet evening beneath the himself by sin, and every, cross of Christ. isl" has a destructive force on his ca-i "r to love God. Hell is to he and deaf to God forever, and is result not of His will but of our Him. about hell bo- Big Audience Heard Rev. Paul Bull Last Night Mission Growing in Interest as a nation can choose Jesus by plac ing Him in your schools and nation's council, or you can choose Baradas i the hurry to get 'rich quick. God ia either first in your life or nowhere. Judge yourselves beneath His cross and see whether Christ is your King, your Saviour, anil your Friend. Certainty of Judgment 'Some people cannot bear tho thought of judgment, but the time must come as surely as the moments tick along their solemn march t eternity. There is the great divide On Wiiat side are your words an deeds dropping? "Modern chatle which says sin doesn't matter, ev erythiug will come right in the end is a sign of a decadent age. We could not worship one, who was simplj good naturcd, hut refused to bl righteous andjioly. On the cross Christ shattered lh( power of Satin and redeemed the. world. As we kneel at the cross an; look at the white, blood-stained fig- ure and jSce God dying of a broken heart, surely we cannot resist His love. that things lie said: "One; in it. Hell is the solitude of with by wire, and both replied tnal: "MICI uuings nc sain: it Hell is the solitude of a sel-1 they were not aware that any such f words our dear Lord soll] killcd capacH, j acton had been taken and that if it tcrai. when He was expiring on 'tlio for love and created a deport irouml had, it had not been taken under their cross was, -It is finished.' Usually bim 5TT when people speak with (heir last. of us, the awful'pain of a lost soul i breath, the voice is worn, but our nc ,My My j -ord cried with a loud voice It was Why hast Thou forsaken MV. The a cry 01 triumph, It js linishcd.' His'glorious vision returned, when He Hail_ tried lo redeem a world and the cried, 'Father, into Thy bunds I coin- MAY BE MADE SENATORS Ottawa, .Nov. L. Gh-rior M P. P. of Antigonish, N.B., and .1. S. .McLennan, of tho Sydney C. Post, are mentioned today to fill senate vacancies from the east. COMING FROM ENGLAND Prince Rupert, Nov. steam trawlers for tho Canadian Fish and Cold Storage Co., are nnw on their way from England for this city. These are the first two of a fleet of liftoesi b-aing built for use on the fish. Ing banks off Prince Rupert. The company has already In operation here the largest cold storage plant In America. world threw him torn and bleeding mend' Mv spirit hack in the Father's face He tried; "Three 'things were exemplified on to teach His disciples, and one dc-jllio cross, the awfulness of sin the nictl linn and another bciraj-ed Him, charaeler of man and the character When ynur b.iek aches just above the UK WAR El. That is Nature's danger sure sifjn out-of-order kidneys. Ilccd the cleanse the luilne> sand stop the uf. (jark's Sweet Mitre Fills. These sre the pills that work directly the kidneys -and utinary no other pr.rt of (he body-and tone, invigorate and make healthy the whole urinary traa. whence so ninny diseases arise. Use them with con- fidence oud you will be healthier than ever were. Sold everywhere or moiled direct CLARK'S vet He could triumphantly cry, iuished.' Our Fundamental Work 'It; of God. Judgment 'Judgment is self-acting. Ever] "Your fimiiiuncntal work, my lire- time we think, say or do anything tbren, and mine is to witness for we are judged when we do it. The God. The witness of parents leads "ay of Judgment is simply a day of their children lo Goii, the witness of revelation, ,vhi-n it is shown whe'ther godly men, who will not let the have a character pleasing to Go( shady thing pass, purifies the c'ty, or not. and the wi I nras of upright men iniikcs Use anil Misuse "Judas anii .Simon Ve.ter were both fishermen, each heard Christ's call to follow, each lived three years with "God is almighty and a'lT fovinc "ii'id Ictr.iycd ami one we ask, 'Whv does lie allow was their Wc cannot solve the mys- "i Juclas "morse and of pain, and it will remain a "i llsrlt' Pctec mystery until we Ses Him tare to "iS n dm nrf" .7 nti' cvil'i bUsphcmic.s in His face, tbe t i, Set f'KmA was flrst 'el-son The sui-jiron inllict''' "I, pan, on a rh, d does It "Von politics it, ''hilil ml" m-tiv- (own and ronnln n of nrnv "UlT U'r l'.nidi Bail, "llllcl IhciRlorlniis birth and wiuidelfill future JWiii. ho eifea uniiic Uplifted are Jesus anil'Baraoas. the nation rigbleous. J'roMem of Pain of face ond Snow Him as He "The first lesson the cross .Mrs. John AlcCraclcen, aged 5C, of Port Colborne, dropped dead while cooking. IS COMPULSORY LEGISLATION REGARDS EQUIPPING OF SHIPS WITH WIRELESS APPARATUS London, Nov. rebuke to tl. British Board of Trade's shipping de partmeiit has juat been administered by tho Commonwealth of Australia in tbe shape of a navigation hill pass ed by the legislature. The bill will not become law im mediately, although it has passed both houses of the Commonwealtl legislature. It has been reserved bj the governor-general for the consld eration of the home government. The :rltici6ms of the Colonial Office, (he 3oard of Trade and certain Australian ntercsts have resulted in numerous modulations of the act, but it ia lardly likely that Its Cramers will consent to any further emasculation. Tho proposed laws provide that ;very foreign going ship, Australian rado ship or vessel engaged in vthe casting trade carrying lifty or more persons, including passengers and Sieknesi it caused by the accu- mulation of matter and within the body. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, enable the tha kidneys, the and! the of the tlda to throw off impurities. they prevent or euro 25c.atMK. crew, shall be Equipped with efficient wireless apparatus for communication over distances not lees than one hun- dred miles day or night. Every ship shall -he surveyed each year. No Bril- sh ship shall be exempt from these egulatlons unless equally effective irovisions are In force In the regions -liere the ships arc registered. The Maple Leaf grain elevator nt 'erdue, Snsk., was burned with 8000 ushels of grain. N A-ORU-GO. Prepare Yourself For Winter's Worst Don't wait till you have caught one of those nasty colds which drag you down every winter. Fortify yourself against them by taking a course of NA-DRU-GO Tasteless prcTOB Is "C.. in and iiuiriiive properties of Ih: best Norwegian Cod Liver the disagreeable taste. II also contains Extract of Malt. Extract of Wild Cherry and valuable Hypophosphites, which tons up tha whole syslem and particularly strengthen the Lunga, Throat and Bronchial Tubes. Na-Dru-Co Tasteless Preparation of Cod Liver Oil restores health and strength to those who za run down or suffering from chronic L... (he wisest is [0 take ;t M a needed as a cure. In SOc. and bottles, at your druggist's. 301 NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO. 1ANADA, LIMITED. Shi ;