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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LctHBRiDQI UAitV HtftALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1909. FAQt FIVI The Choice of the Travelling Salesman The man who cannot appeal repels and antagonizes is a business failure. The reason why Tra- velling Salesmen wear Progress Brand Clothes is because it gives them the appearance neces- sary to a successful II Cold Weather I V. M. C. NOTES I The Young Men's Club-have rear- ranged their class in order to accora- modate the ladies. It was found that i so many ladies were unable to attend j the ladies' gymnastic class on account it being held during the aiternoon. 1 So from now on it is to be held, on -Thursday nights, 7.30 to 8.30. F.S. Filmer, the instructor, urgently re- ;quests that ali ladies hand i at 7.15 so that the class can start promptly on time. lie would like iall Indie's to bring rubber soled shoes so that they can get into some of the fun. no matter whether they have costumes, or not. All those who I think of 'joining should be at the Y. JM, C. club rooms Thursday night, so {that they can get full information ro- jgardiug the class, and also see how the class is conducted. Lady visitors i are always welcome. Mistake in last night's Herald. The i class announced last night for Thurs-' iday 0.30 to 7.30 for young men is to i be held Wednesday 5.30 to 6.30. It is the young men's B class which was i formerly held at 8 o'clock on-Thurs- days. Your Collar, Sir! The New Castle Brand RUSSELL 3 for 50 Cents OPIUM TRAFFIC IS" BEING SUPPRESSED Pekin, Nov. reports re- Thc first public firms of over ceived at the British offices from of- VINEBERG CO., LlilTED, Sold tuiih a Guaranty bf 58 McKeMe McGuire, Lethbridge. Are sold at one price all over Canada. We pay the freight. Why send away and pay extra? Wehavea-big assortment of mach- ines and records NOW The lettibridge Sporting Goods Company i the street railway; franchise question i will take place tomorrow night at the Y.M.C. parlors, when a debate Ion.-the subject will bo pulled off. The debaters in favor of the granting of the franchise will be W. H. McClel- land and R. M. Maclean, while George Broadley and B. L.' Cope will oppose I the measure. The Young Men's Cluh 'has always taken a leading part in i the discussion of public questions and no doubt a large number of citizens will be present to hear the young men discuss this, the question of the hour i in this city. The parlors are open to i the public. The organization of the Mock Parliament will be completed the judges of the debate arc i coming to their decision. The public i is invited to the debate and to join the Mock Parliament. I TRENT CANAL Peterboro. '.Ontii .Nov. 23.-Word was received from Ottawa that a pro- j vision has been madean the estimate for the electric lighting of the Trent Canal between Peterboro...and- Lake- field. The work 'will -be -done "next next summer. Made in Berlin by At 2 f or 25c. you can buy tfaii chape in Elk Brand "NELSON" 103 NOT TOO LATE TO ENTER 1 CONTEST GET IN THE HERALD'S RACE AND GO AFTER THE VALUABLE PRIZES WHILE THE CONTEST IS ONE HAS VERY j MUCH OF A LEAD YET MOVING ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE Valdare tional comedy cyclists. great spectac- ular and novelty dancer. Dell Magician and expert coin manipula- tor. Pictures 1 Charlotte Corday 2 His First (jirl 3 The Belated Meal Continuous Performance facials throughout China show that progress is being made for the s.up- pressibn of the traffic in opium in all of the eighteen provinces. The cam- paign has been most successful all through the northern coast and least successful in the mountainous dis- tricts of the. west. Lethbridge Herald Patterns When a cold becomes settled in the system, it "will take several days' treatment to cure it, and the best remedy to use is Chamberlain's Cough] It will cure quicker than' any other, and also leaves the system in''a natural and healthy condition. Sold by .sill druggists. A few more active candidates' have joined the workers since last Satur- day. So far each list not only shows about the same number of candidates, but practically the same number of J There are six splendid "actives." Is Coining A STORM SASH on that new house of your? keep ont the cold and reduce your fuel account. NOW is. the time to act. Ring, up 153 and we will give you an estimate on same. We Handle OLIVER'S MANUFACTURING COMPANY Office and Factory Cor. HOUND and BOMPJT STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St. Phone 195 Place Your Orders for llffi ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed LADIES1 NINE-GORED SKIRT Paris Pattern No. 3104 All Seams Allowed Price of Pattern, 10 cents There is no model quite so well ad- apted for general -wear as a nine-gor. ed one. This one is made with an inverted box-'plait at the back and a side plait at the lower part of the other seams. It will give good ser- vice in serge, broadcloth, panama and the mannish cloths. The pattern is prizes for each district, and all- the candidates have an equal chance to win the grand-prizes. Winning de- pends more upon the 'amount of at- tentions paid to a campaign than the locality or district from which a can- didate competes. If you are going to be a candidate, be one. Don't be ashamed of it. Don't go on record as being in the class. Strong characters the successful men and women of this age, are not tucking themselves away in some dark corner awaiting the arrival of some Columbus to dis- cover their talents. Active, concen- trated energy is the fabric of which success is woven in this bustling, tur- bid old world. Votes are easy to get. Go after them. They will not coine to can- didates in winning numbers unsought. Call at the contest department and get a subscription receipt book (get several if you have friends who will work for you) and get your share of j the votes. Question Box Among the questions asked are the following: a subscriber pays ar- rears, you.1 issue votes upon such payment? votes are issued upon all payments of three months or over for the Daily Herald and six months or over for the Week- ly, Herald, whether from a new sub- scriber, or arrearage or ment from an old subscriber. TO-NIGHT Lyceum Juvenile I solicit subscriptions in. another district or town than the one in 8 sizes, 22 to 36 inch waist mea-jin which I live or compete from? A. sure. For. 26-inch waist the skirt may solicit subscrip- will require 9f yards 20 inches wide, j tions in any town or locality. yards 24 inches wide, 5 j long are the ballots pub- yards 36 inches wide, yards 42 j iished in the.paper good for? inches -wide, or "yards 54 inches They will be accepted and counted if wide. Width of lower in medium received at the contest department size, about 4 yards. t before the expiry date printed on the ballot. All ballots are good for ten days. j many prizes will be award ed in each district? with all candidates competing for the three grand prizes, making it possible to win nine prizes in one district. it allowable for a subscriber to -divide his votes between two or more candidates. if the di- vision is made when votes are asked for; not otherwise. a candidate withdraws from the contest, is it allowable to trans- fer these votes to another- candidate? votes issued cannot be trans- I ferred, even if not published. I ipng will nominations re- main date for clos- ing nominations will be announced shortly. The enter the contest will not close until after the period has passed when a new candi- date may expect to win. mns IN Bllon I SOME SINGERS WHO SING S.OME JUVENILE BOSTQNIANS AT THE LYCEUM TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS At a meeting of the London-town- ship council today it was decided to submit local option bylaw a't the com in" elections. Eight hundred and thirty names were on the petition pre sented. Kingston City Council has refused to grant the petition of and Social Reform League to refer the question of reducing the liquor li- censes to one for every thousand peo- ple in that city to tbe electors. A sensation was caused in Creston. j B. C., by the discovery of a skeleton j by John Huscroft while grading a j road eight miles from Crestpn. The i man was evidently over sis feet and j not an ,Indian. The bones had pro- i babiy been in the ground many years. DO NOT FORGET Third Annual Ball of the Brother- hood of Railroad Trainmen takes place in Raymond on Friday, Nov. 26th. Train leaves station at S.30 p.m. sharp. Come and dance on the finest floor west of Winnipeg. CORNELL WON Boston, Nov. won the- Inter-collegiate cross country meet today from a field of ten colleges. Massachusetts Institute of Technol-, ogj' was second, university of Mich-- igan third. Yale fourth. POOL supplied wi tli the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA. And is ;ool, bright and pleasant; Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in of Oliver The old, old story, told times with- j out "number, and repeated over and i Over again, for the last 36 years, but- it is always a welcome story to those in search of is nothing in the world that, cures -coughs and colds as quickly as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggists. f Parquharson Boisjoli Contractors for Cedar Fence Posts, Telegraph Poles, Mine Props and Timbers, Railroad and Mine Ties P. 0. Box 304 Fernie, B.C. I' 2949 LADIES' SHIRTWAIST Paris Pattern No. 2949 j All .-Seams Allowed j Made with one-piece plain sleeves or regulation shirt sleeves, and with or without a back yoke facing, this style of tailored shirtwaist will be found to be becoming to both slight and mediumly stout figures. Tt is adapt- able to all the summer materials and the fullness of the front is distrib- uted in side tucks either side of the center box plait under which the mo- dd closes. Any style of collar may bo worn and the model is also adapt- able to dimity or China silk. The pattern is in 7 to 41 inches, bust measure. For 36 bust the waist requires yards of material 20 inches wide, 3J yards 24 inches wide, 3J- yards 27 im-hrs wide, yards 3fi inches widr, or '1 yards 42 inches wide. Price of Pattern, 10 cents standing of the Candidates IN THE HERALD CONTEST First Grand Gcmrlay Angelus player Piano Second Grand Prize Trip To California Or Cash Third Grand Prize Two 25-Foot Lots In Parkdale VOTES COUNTED UP TO 10 A. M. TODAY Prizes will be awarded to After the three Grand Prizes have been award- ed, six prizes will be awarded to the next six highest candidates having the highest number of votes in each of the two districts. The three Grand the three candidates securing the largest number of votes on paid-in-advance .subscriptions and ballots, irrespective of district in which the candidate lives. r i W. P. Roy i i-jr Headquarters for ci err nif A i I OFFICE: Brown Co.'s Bniiding Crabb Street DISTRICT NO. all the City of Loth bridge: One Diamond Ring One Writing Desk. One Gold Watch One Suit Case. One Morris Chair One Silk Umbrella MISS VIVIAN GIBSON MISS OLIVE DAVIES MISS HANNAH MISS MINNIE LAVERICK.............. MISS VIRADOWSETT................. H. G. KILNER ............'.....V......... ARTHUR HUMPHRIES MISS ROSE HEATHER MISS BESSIE CRONKITE MISS CLARA SCHWEITZER MISS HAZEL CLINE MISS WINNIE HARRISON MISS EDNA ALLEN C. CHARLES MISS MARGARET SMITH MISS SUSAN GILLESPIE MISS ROSE BISSETT MISS EDITH PROUSE MISS GERTRUDE GIBBONS...............1.095 DISTRICT NO. all surrounding towns and territory outside of Lethbridge: One Diamond Ring One Writing Desk. One Gold Watch One Suit Case. One Morris Chair One Silk Umbrella MISS MARY L. SUNSTRUM, Blairmore MISS ETHEL M. McKAY, Cranbrook, B. C. MISS SUSAN WITBECK, Raymond, Alta. A. A. COWIE, Cardston, Aita.............. MISS ARLIE HUDSON, Purple Springs, Alta. MISS LJBBIE HOLLINGER, Medicine Hat H. A. KANOUSE, Pincher Creek, MISS RENA CONNOR, Warner, THEODORE SUNDAL, Taber, MISS ANNIE TOMFOHR, Milk River, Alta. ICC A JAMES H. CAMPBELL, Macleod, Alta. MISS VILDA MATSON, Spring Coulee, Alt-..- J. BUTLER STONEY, Lethbridge Post Office JAMES GREAVES, Medicine Hat, Alta E. J. DUFFIELD, Spring Ridge, Alta MISS MARY BENNETT, Magrath MISS GRACE ROBINSON, Fernte W. E. SIMPSON, Colcmsn MISS EDITH SINCLAIR, Medicine Hat T' ''J V ;