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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pare 3 THE LETTIBRIflGE.PAILY HKRALD Tuesday, November IS, 1013 ;T OK USf "LEG" SOME CANADIAN VICTIMS OF THE WRECKS ON LAKE HUKON A Special Prize for "tit. Work During the Next Xo One Has an Ad- vantage for This Prize, at All Start at Geod Work in Reports Yesterday Pretty good day yesterday, you. That Is, some of the candidates did well. Others didn't txerlkm. However, for the ptsl Uo weeks all the cilr i-atitUdates really did best, and made spleadld The ccuisiry will report today. Watch. XViudfaKs ere all rtiht, but steady get there every litre. The Herald list of cacdidates u simvly fall of "steady iilufcgtrs." Two hundred Un high today. Some voteJ Ar.d. icayte there is much more to come- Now, all iJi tiii- t-j baveu't pitched In H ciui tio noticed, here's your ctance. Year friends respond, -lmi you will to do ilie husxlir? Anyinicg worth having is worth vorXius for The J25 special it worth having. Sec? Later Tuesday reportsrcceUe.1 from tbe candidates compet- ing in ihe territory outside "of LtUibridee. carue iu by mail ibis moriiiug, and without exception all the active contestants ''toed ifco scratch" iu a graittyins manner. On behalf cl the candidates. Tho HeraM wishes to thanfc the ratrous ot the Herald tor the seuerous support given. Special Prize For One Week's Work To candidate In the Herald's Subscription Campaign turning in the most money far subscriptions for The Daily and Weekly Herald between Tussday. November 1Sth and McntJiy, November 24. (both dates included) will be IP A LADY-.WIN'S: A Tailored Suit or Coat up to the total value cf IP A GENTLEMAN WIN'S: A Suit or Overcoat up to the Total Value of Trhtch may be selected from the stock of any Lethbrldge merchant ad- rertlilog In The Herald. The number of votes have no bearing whatever. Tbe winner will be announced XoTember and the wilt available imafJdlately. Votes issued upon subscriptions for this prize trill count for the at the close ot the contest. Every candidate "starts out on an equal for the Prize, and ones who Ime not done much work, stand as good a chance to win as ihe candidates who have been active from tbe beginning. The amount of the vnuner turns in cot be raatJ'j public nnfll kfter the close of the contest, at ivhich tune fhe records be open for inspection to anjoae who wishes tc esamicc them. OpUon-7-SbouId the winner not care to accept a suit or coat, or over- coat, as tbe case mav be, then The Herald will the lump sum of inslead. STANDING OF CANDID AXES'IN THE HERALD SUB- SGWPTION CAMPAIGN, According to Number of Votes Handed in for Publication Up to Mon. Evening Nov. 17- .MISS MAYME McMAHON, Bircnc, MR. CHAS. WESTLEY, 917 8th St. 199.7CO MR. WM. H. H1NDLEY, MISS VERTA PICKEL, 1312 6lh Ave. KISS ROSE MARKER, Cardston. Alta............ MR. EDWARD.READ, PInchtr Sliiisn, Aiixrlj MISS ETHEL L. RAMSAY, St Kilda, Altj........'.. MR. EDGAR 3AINSBIJRY, Cnnbrook, B. C.......___ MRS. E! ARMSTRONG, S37 13th St. S................. MISS M. E.. SIMPSON, Frink, MR. WALTER OBORHE, 10th SI. S........................... MISS MARY MCDONALD, Blairmore, Alls............. ..L... 193.55D 1BC.SOO DAVID LAW50N DONATES CUP TO CURLERS Claresaolm. Nov. Mr. Wf'lllim Moffatl, lias given a handsome tropby to be competed for hy (he Grauuin and Ciarpsholro' curlerfi. As both towns swann viitb entlmslastlc followers1 of the game, there -Is likely to ba a keen Jiglit for the cup. INDIAN SAID HE GOT LIQUOR FHOM WINE CLERK AT A LOCAL HOTEL Kdmonloa, Sicce the the ol JIunicipaHlits. to.-the Iluiol MunicipalY- rAniiong'tlie' new municipaUlies 'nrmeil art llo'.fliijd, ,vct, CCi? Carstairs U'atftloo, 2S1, west WcSt Of uMsbury Laie View, colors mstfad-ol a 454, north of whieh voie tl.e- ct-Sple the orcanuaticn of rural not- ret bten namei-areaumter- Are Afraid of Being Bottled Mexico Mexico Xov. the lown of Orizaba Is menaced by tbo rebels and communication between the capital and Vera .Cruz consequently threatened, foreigners are'flocking lo tUe coast In large numbers. They EM a possibility of being 'bottled lii Mexico Oily and train lo Yera Cruz Is loaded to- its capacity. Colonel In 'command ot lhe garri- son al Orizaba, is fortifying the strat- egic points about the cily end reports to tho government that he will be able to resist any allack by (he rebels. No. Blockade in Ports Washington, D. C.. dent Wilson and the cabinet toaay dis-.' t-es cussed latest phases ot tlie Uoiicin situation. Keta interest was s the organization of 'the new Mexican congress. Some'officials-were-ia'din-' ed (o belfove that-'uony TMII the framing'of tue: United States and take no action on concessions; i ties is .proceeding rapidly. It'is r.oitli Ithrc cc aRO .thai the Uuml.Mu- Witb two seaJed bottles "hoocli1 unJer Tils 'arm and in all probahilUj a goodly portion, under hia belt, Plill lip a -Blcod1 cayght in the police drag net las night, the. fielders of the drag tie ing Uetectiea" and FUzgcralc tljc ton Icnts of, Uie uvb near llie Arllngto hotel. ladtcatlons that he.will be con vlctcd of baviog "Intoxicants ._ r- Iipssesston strong...Up- on being as tq.Vhero lie had obtained the 'fire-water, I'hflJfp accused Krr.c-st lilay, -bartender a Talk of a blockade of ports "as ipalitie's been foiled as a'rii- omc' lalor 01 wss; rerlvetl but h'lga cfriciats said a slep had not been determined upon and the report Cananaa nIV ncwlinal c-J Kdmont nea cipalitje's h.ivc'-altfadr. been foiled or Tollmen, .he inr'n point- Allusion ot selling if to him or cn r, j' cr the roar. May was taken into cu might not needle-liftins ot Iba em- and to muSicipjHlj.' on arms to Insure his success, strengthened the conviction hat such MISS ETHEL S'AUNDEHS, 623 10th St. S................ MRS. A. B. PIPES, 414 5th Ave. S..................... MRS. L. B. SPARKS, Raymond, Alta.......................... MRi GERALD DULMAGE, Bow Ijlartd, Alta..................... MISS BESSIE BEATON, 720 10th SI. S......................... MRS. 0. H. BENSON, Diamond City, MISS EVA KUTTON, 814 6th Ave. S........................... JEAN PATTERSON, 650 6th St. S........................ MISS FLORENCE 3HAND, 343 19th St, N..................... MIW LAURA TELFER, Fertile, B.O........................... 'HR. WM. ISAAC, NckTeford, MJH HILEN LEE, 208 5th Ave. S............................. MIM MAO6IE eth Ave. N......-...........r..... (KISS CLARA BJORKiLAO, 1220 5th S.................. 1S.450 CHIEF MOUNTAIN, Blosd MJlleotf PoHoffice........... 6000 THE CONTEST CLOSES DECEMBER FIRST CHYOffflOSEM Bert Montgomery, owners of cent Heishts, 4 sab division'cast of the city.- The- writ IB a ciaim for damapea to their property owing to the pollution by noxioua deposits from the city's sewage disposal plant, the Moose Jaw, Sask., Nov. suit creek bed of. the Mooso Jaw Creeft a step should be taken only In a re- mote contingency. Confidence prevailed tbat the Uni- ted States might wait a days for the full effect of the recent constitu- tionalist victories and for the "atlf- tude of foreign governments ID become more emphasized. Organizing Congress .Mexico City, Xov. comple- tion of the. preliminary organization of both branches of tiio Mexican cocgress Is regarded hejtj as Cutting the final touches to President HuGrla'a defiance. Surprise vras caused here today by despatches that President Wilson does not contemplate any active measures to support the-warn- Gas sases Can ol the assessment should le, pas fcein Mmplifkil by lhe clear b_ 11 A A ccoccorl lhe t ar.d th Siren by Coste, president appellant Sectiou 2S2 i.e amended Clause 15 ot Sccl. 2 of the Act expressly exclude Irom from Itont J aiSessment the value of any build- ilngs erected or of any other increase held Ibat the of. grazing Icasi- o! value caused by any other crpcn- es Irom the of the interior diture oi labor or capilal OB the land co'Jld be assessed. The present cisc to be assessed. 3tr. Coste val- 1 tii'ak is even s'troiigct o'.ving lo the the- properfv and rights lhe definilion of tr.e words company at including fran-. "owner" anil "cccupanl" io our Acl. rights lo bore, real estate, They are respectively defined by lhe V'mt, pipc-lins, goodwill am' Slatulea 1913 Chap. 7. Hoct.' I ball. The case came up feefor the magistrate this morning in. ccurt. hul wero tolh remanded un lil this afternooii, owing to the dis- trict coyri sitlings. which neceasHal ed tiic allentlanee of the magistral- May is charged with selling.hooze I an Indian under the Indian acl. CUBES A most valuable hot bever- age forcold weather. fortifies the system against cold.' A Cube to a. Cup. Table Silver Grace, beauty and quality 1 are all combined in silver articles marked This brand, known us is made In theheaviest grade of plate: There are many designs from l which to choose..! Vancouver, B. C., Nov. A. AcUnd, deputy mEniiter of la- bcr announced today that It look- ed as If he had failed to bring about a tcttlement of the 'diipute between the coal miners and own- crs on Vancouver Island. The Western Fuel company declines to negotiate unkis the miners drop the question of recognition of tha U. M. W. of A. the latter will not recede on this point. WILL TAKE UP MATTER OF A NEW IS PROPOSED Halitat. X. S.f NOT. 18. After negotiations extending over two months, a new agreement-has been entered .into between the Dominion Steel 'company and" the provincial workman's association, wfcicli icpie- spnls tea ,ttousar.d-mear 'the under- .standing (renews- the existing agree- 'nunt for a perioil fbree from December 31, 131'J, with sever- al rhaages pt benefit to "the workmen, The company has granted an in- crease of six percent, to all men mat- ing under per day, and also giro inrreases to deserving men faming more than The minimum rate for minu laborers is niadn instead of 51.60 and lor shilt men 51.85 in- stead ol fl.75. Adequate provision Is made Tor "the adjustment of all local differences which may arlso and (ha best 'of feeling exists "between the company and the men. Hope, li. C., Xov. Cans' :difin Pacific railway main line has' thirty jcct deep brought traISc to standstill. Passengers anrt rViaH rail the use ol land ex- atnoirarof the FAMOUS VOCAL TEACHER DEAD tf London, Xov. J> Mathilda rle Castrono MaTchesI the most famous teacher in the'world, .died to- day at the age of 87. iheei-was born al FranX- fort-on-the-Mam and her maid- en ramo was'Matbilde Grau- mnur. She laughl llret In Vienna, hul In 18S1 ahn estah- llshod hcrsclt permanently In 1 Park. 4 WILL ADDRESS A PUBIC MEET- ING OF RATEPAYERS NORTH L6THBRIDGE litie cmpt Item I Ciir in Ihei to- tlM.OOO been com- whlcli runs through the sub-division. arc D0 MK candidates In the in tic land, ar.d Item importance n( the involved, rnol with tbe appellants 1 will award costs to neither party ir cc-.'itcntion that they f.avc. (Kgd.) J. A. JacVson. raeaced agiinet the'city of Mooso Jaw ty Knoltles Hare and Benson, repre- senting Pred H. Montgomery, and An injunction restraining lhe citj-i field in ihe municipal campaign to from furlber pollullng the creeli Is ,jaj.. There will he no meellng al the alto NEW REMEDY SAVliH OLD FOLKS FROM KIDNEY AND BLADDER MISERIES j Bladder Biehache, Stiff Jolntt, Rheumatic are Tiken While people along in years are nat-' anUly more subject to weak kidneys, tier eially tvoid lhe torturss o! baekjfche and rheumatisin, and cd ol getting up at nick I with disagreeing bladder diior- Croioac promptly .overcornos mch by naXln; the kldneyg f lifer to a Mood properly sift out ibc poMKHM natter that cftimr tiiwe IrtwhlM. H right In Did out (he (topped kidneys, dissolves drireA oat UK uifc acid and Mber lodge in the mujc'MB Mid rlieaca- tlsci. It the urina no It no longer Irrilatea tbe bladder, overcom- ing unnecessary breaking o! slc'ip and ps the fcldneya and bladder regain health ar.d strength. It matters not bow long you have suffered, bow old you we. or whrt elM you bave used. It Is Impostlble to take this eftecllro preparation without Immeii you laV.c it-lbe time von us.> It An orislnal paibago of Croione but a trifle, and all drufgiEU are (o relurn the purchase price if U falli In a single case. e'en ll.c cas o'ltaincd (he l.infl is r.ot in iisplf a or a pjrl ul soil, Ihe rlghl lo us; Ihe l.i.-.ds for (lie purroie of t.filain- (hisi wct-H inj ,llo (s )0 Illinj s..fh Mcwrs. cstaie w intrresl in' land as mayornlly IhP mea--ing o! (he dldales, sill meet aijaln on the.plat-Uord "hnJ" as defined in tie Kuriu at tl.i fa mu. vifallon of the North Ltlhbrtdge vot- is within ils rights Ctnlral school tor.lghl. Tonight Ihe-RhoV for will gfl: tinder Hardfe and ers. The Mayor ulatca that ho will an, account of1 hia stewardship tonight, hut tomorrow, the Oftlzena' Ticket meeting, he promises to address lilmself- to Hie criticism of his administration made by'Mr. :WU- son last week. DISTRICT JUDGE SPEAK AT TO LUNCHEON COMMISSION BLOCKS OTTAWA ELECTRW RAILWAY Ottawa, Nor. proposal of j tJre Ottara Blcclrltf IlalliraV rlouble Us fare-it on'siiburhan' lines has hwn fhe.tlall- IMflrd fiifch this morDlng'la an order ''iToMMling' the faHH from coralnst into effect until iho com- pany why should be Intreasedl ._ Ibo" Kecrelarj-'Trcasurcr George RoWn- son has Issued orders In the accounl- Ing department at the city hall that all Enlary reductions shall ho rnadj In N'ovctr.tcr pay chc-quca. Kmployces afffdcd by tho reduc- tion .arc wondering Just ivljal stops they ehall take. Tncy have novor been officially notified that Ihtlr sal- aries weru lo bo decreased. The city solicitor, il Is said, has rul- ed llmt tho fame required to make' a reduction as for a dismiss- al. In case thirty days' notice from tho. beginning of any month would ho required. Mayor 'Hurdle is Inclined lo tafco Ihe same view as the solicitor, Tho city clerk should havfe notified UIOFC claims, j Mis Honor Judge Jackeon, of the Dlutritt, Court, has accepted, an Invitation ts address the business men of the city on Thursday at the. noon-day luncheon of the Board of Trade. This announcement assures a full attendance, the injunc- tion by.the sec- retary li that eveiyone b: there en llmt. Always Reliable from the ailments caused by disordered stomach, torpid liver, irregular bowels is given safely, and assur- tho tried and reliable BEECHAM'S PILLS KING OTTO Deposed from throne of BayariJ CATARRH; OF THE BLADDER; ;