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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta llmlav. November THK LETiiniuDGE DAILY IIERAO> Pace 1.1 NEW LEADER IN THE LIMELIGHT Mr.-W. M. Marshall of Taber Is Todays Favorite IF YOU ASPIRE TO SHINE ABOVE YOUR PEERS, SEND IN YOUR VOTES Flrewprks'aiid plunging. That nartly expresses the voting today. ZSSttw r srswtrt: same object in view. As it has developed, Mr. Today's leader seemed to take no c to nnother vote of Marshall's big vote on Tuesday -was. on a s man came up to the same yesterday-90.0000 each ins o[ LetUbrWgo yesterday and called at content tea n. jt rrmJWS! that is no novice at, getting votes. t i sui oinco Miss Thelma Vognn.nmde "fr usual Wo ealls at o yesterday-or was it six S rgood reason to believe that Her earned votes in Hie ballot box and i calls nac i go bad naine would be in heavy type today _ Se cm d 1 1 ace s ,.i( i Miss Thelma is outspoken in her choice ot ...c iirsi- the solid cash for me." she has saKLniany standins. In last Miss Vivian Bavbor gained 0 over he, very Iltu. letter this young lady said, a none otner in No wo would Hevlll said it looked mighty good to see "-Sn ft.' ely saving his strength tor another time. He is bcinulte, to purehaied from an advertiMr, or oath. hundred dollar Victrola and worth of or caih. Sixty dollars in oath. Forty-five dollars In "oath. i i Thirty dollars in cash. Twenty-five dollars In I ADDITIONAL of fourth prize candidate may 1120 course in Gartmtt Business College and J100 cash; instead 01 fifth prize same coure and J30 cash or the above course in lieu of sixth prize. Ten per cent commission to candidate! who do not win a regular prlu. HOW THE PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED The above prizes will be awarded to the ten candidates, regardless of residence having the hlo.hest vote, the leader.having choice of first prlit oot ins the one standing second, having choice of the nine remaining prizo, headed by the player piano and so on, until all the prizes are taken up. Pianos have been purchased from Robert Ibey, 410-12th St. soutn, local representative of Gourlay, Winter fc teeming, Toronto. Second Voting Schedule Ends November 25th Further nominations will be accepted. Contest Closes December llth Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large new twin screw steam- ers sailing from Montreal and .Glasgow every Saturday carry- Ing One Class cabin and Third- Class passengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail from St. John, N.B., Dec. 6th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. r Reserve your accommodation now 'and secure the best, it costs no more. Apply to any railway, steam- ship agent or H. E. LIDMAN. Genera! Agent, 445 Main St. Phone MS312 Winnipeg, WHETS MP JS ALL TOM THRESHED AND SHIPPED AND OF GOOD GRADE IT MADE' MONEY i NEWSPAPERMAN Tor Weeting of the Canadian Press, Ltd., lield today at the King 'CJdward Hotel, resolution was passed conveying i the congratulations of that body to -one of its directors, Willinm Dennis; of the Halifax Herald, on his appoinl- f'mont to tho Canadian Senate. Raley, Alta., Nov. is al- most threshed out. Speaking with an .elevator manager there this the Herald learned that Pilling and liv- ans ]iad about 100. acres of wheat and Staut about two cars of wheat yet I to sliip. Tlie. total yield (or the point, will he in the neighborhood of 000 busliuls, ;lnii tiiis was hamlk'd all hut one or cars by the Alrocia Pacific, Sunny licit, and Dr. Robert- son's elevators. While Kaliiy had hardly'as'large a yield as last year, yet because of good grades this year the crop means a larger' return in money. J. W. TATLEY IS DEAD Montreal. Nov. death oc- curred today of J. Tplley, one o: best Known men in the Montreal insurance world, at. his residence in Prince Arthur street How the Old Turkisli Ruler Was Got Away from Saloniki APPLES! YOU'LL NEED SOME FOR XMAS. BETTER GET A BOX NOW WHILE THE QUALITY IS THERE AND PRICE IS RIGHT Price Per Box Delivered PHONE 1356 Morden and Bennett CHEAP POLO OF CARDSTON LINE IS USED ON THE BASIS OF A CENTURY AGO 10 KEEP ME You cannot fare belter than with WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Pt-ris Nov. in an article 'in the Matin gives details of the ilillicultii'S encountered in inducing ex-Sultan Abdul liamiil Kul- oniki aboard the German ship I Lorelei. i At first he dally refused, but when1 ithc commander of Hie l.orclcijn the i Uniform' nf the German navy was j ushered into his presence, the. Sul- lan's lone of dpliance fagged. j "1 have every he "in the loyally and friendship of the I Kaiser. Vndor sndi auspices I will follon- you rill over llic world." j The ex-Sultan provided a surprise' to' those on hoard ship. It was gen- erally supposed he hail fallen into a condition bordering on idiocy, but he displayed instead a remarkable accur- ale kiiowl.'dpc of afiairs. Moreover, although Abdul Hamid all through life was never Able lo srcak more than twenty words oi, French, he began to spcali French not only with accuracy but with extraordinary accent. cnc'c and appearing entirely indiffer- ent to all those around, he tccame absent in thought. This spell did not 'last Ions, for soon he began to take an interest in the [owls anil turkeys in the to-.MMyanl called for sonic corn to iced tliem. On learning that one of the offic- ers of the guaiil for whom he hall a certain rcsanl, h.wi licen called away to his sirk wife, lie remarked On hear- ing o! the man's distress 'Ah, well, the poor fellow has only one wife. What would be do if he hail ten, as I have 1' This Will Stop Your Cough in a Hurry Save by This Cougli Syrup at Home. "Deux gucrrcs mal heuroufcs dans i memo annue. C'csl (Two bad wars in the That is a good hr He was vcrv curious to now whe- ther .Sir Conaii Doyle v.-as rt'll amus- ing the world with the cxi'loits of Sherlock Holmes. These stcrics were the only ones that ever appealed to him. "Comrn he said, "would have a magnificent chief of po- lice." He the commander o! the Lorelei to" convey his personal remem- brances and thanks to Emperor Wil- liam for the consideration and atten- tion shown him on the voyage, anil gave each officer .a diamond pin, or a gold cigarette case, studded with dia- monds. "VYImn the voyngc ended at Ilcyler Dcy, refused lo occupy the pal- ace itself, (lie. place in which days gone liy had sheltered an empress of' Franre, lint, dcol'dud lo he installed in Hie small pavillion .adjoining it. "Then once aiiaiu tiilaiising into sil- This recipe makes 16 ounces of better coush syrup than you could buy ready made for A few dotes usually con- quer the most obstinate oven whooping cough quickly. Simple as It Is, no better remedy can bo had at any two cups of granulated sugar wllh one eup of warm wiucr, and stir for J minutes. Put ounces of Plnex (tlfty cents' worth) In a ID-ounce bottle; then add the Sufr.r Syrup. It ima u pleasant taste and lasts o family a long time. Take a teaspoonlul every one, two or three hours. You can feel this take hold of a cough In a way that means business. Has a good tonic effect, braces up.the appetite, and Is slightly laxative, too, which is helpful A handy remedy for hoarseness, oroup, bronchitis, asthma- all throat ind lung troubles. The effect of pine on the membranes Is well known. Plnex Is the most valuable lonccntratod compound of Norwegian tvhlte pine extract, and Is rich In eualacol ind all the natural healing pine elements. Other preparations will not work In this formula, This Fines and SiiKar -Syrup rcclpo baa ..talnful great popularity throughout tho [Inlteil -Slater anil Ciinada. It has ofton Seen imitated, though never sueccnsfully. A jrnnranty of satisfaction, or noucy promptly refunded, goes with lht.1 -p-ctpo, Your druggist has Plnex, or will ret It for ynu. If not, send to tho Plnox 20., Toronto, Out Stirling, Nov. ol the towns on the C.P.R. lines south of l.ethbridge have been agitating for a better system of lighting at the rail- way stations of the company. A Her- ald representative went over the Cardston branch this week from Stir- ling to Cardston making a special investigation as to the conditions of, the different points as to light. i Stirling is an important junction' point.. At 6.28 o'clock night pass- engers for the Cardston branch from the C'outts' branch are transferred. The trains arrive about the same lime and usually arc both on the sta- tion track. Confusion is hard to avoid in any case owing to the limit- ed platform room, and with inade- quate light tile work of transfer is made still harder, anil Stirling cor-, lainly has not. light- enough. Two oil lamp's .outside the station building sadly fail to show the traveller he should go. i i Raymond is best oil oi all the towns in that the electric system of the town is used for lighting the station; platform and office. No improvement could he made on the exterior light- ing, hut the waiting room, is still without more light than is reflected from the window ot the olTicc. Well- ing lias no light at all, nor has Hal- ey. Magrath is served with an oi! lamp in the wailing room, but none on the platform. Spring Coulee is similarly situated. Cardston once, hail good lighting when the company was'us-ing elrctric- ai energy. The rate was considered too high, however, and even Hie fix- turps have been removed. In their place two oil lamps are hung on the platform, and ono in the waiting room, giving only a partial service. Soon Carrlston will need light in the morning as well as at night. DESCENDANTS OF UNITED EM- PIRE LOYALISTS HAVE- OR- GANIZED AT EDMONTON. Edmonton, Alta., Nov. 20. Des- cendants of the United Empire Loy- alists in Canada, living in Edmonton, have organized a local branch, with these officers Brycc J. Saunners, wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Sailndcrs. P. Clarry. Anne Merrill, so- ciety editor of the Edmonton Jour- nal. Executive A. C. Carmichacl, convener; S. A. G. Barnes, Mrs. John McDougall, Miss Louise iMoorc, Lieutenant-Col- onel Carstnirs, Richard Secoril and Fred Carman.- Investigating Anne Merrill, convener Mrs. E. J. Barnes liniicy Chamberlain, E. S. Clarry and Judge Taylor. The plan is to interest every des- cendant oi the Loyalists in the work. The annual membership fees are In- dividual, 51 family, out of town, 50 cents. The objects of the association are as follows To unite together, irrespective of creed or political party, the descend- ants of those families who, during tho American Revolutionary War oi 1775 to 17H3, sacrificed their homes in re- taining their loyalty lo the British Crou'n and lo perpetuate this spir- it oi loyalty to Ore Empire. To preserve tlie history and tradi- tions of that important epoch in Can- adian history, by rescuinc from obliv- ion tiio historv and traditions of the Loyalist families before it IK too late. To collect together in a suitable place the portraits, relics, and docu- ments renting to the U. E. Loyal- ists, which arc now scattered through- out the Dominion. LOVES A BALD MAN" Every day we YOUNG men and women, who h.ve grown prematurely grey. They immediately fail into the Old Age" class, because grey hairs to closely aisociated WITH QLD AGE. It is extrem'cly discomforting and humil- iating to be be grey when tho years do not justify it. The girls Inujb at the youmj men 10 young man ,oon learns lo discriminate between natu- ral hair in iti full bloom of health ond NATURAL COLOR, ind thibby look- ing firey ond faded hair. fcTvc nature a chance. If she ll encour- aged, stimulated, nsiistcd, she will