Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
.TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALU PAGE THREE MUTUAL L-lfc Insurance Company All The Assets are the SOLE PROPERTY of the POLICYHOLDERS. "If it's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or see E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South. HIS ON THE IE FAILURE TO SECURE HARTFORD AND SPRINGFIELD LEAVES SITUATION .CRITICAL SMALL CROWD ATTENDED DOMINION RUGBY FINAL Toronto, Out., Nov. of the smallest crowds that has witnessed a National football final in Toronto since the In- c'jptlon of the Bc'rlc's oE tho Do- minion title, attended the Ham- ilton Tiger and T.tt. A.A. same at University' of Toronto on Saturday, there being !ess nesota Boxing Commission will aViow the referee-to give a decision, and in that .easev.the winner will be acknoTV" .them HERBERT H. BAUER. eveji plavers moved as near a unit as.ledged the middlweight champion of it is possible. the world, Al. McCoy notwithstanding; Gin Pills are 50c a bor or sis boxes for at'all druggists. Sample sent free if requested ty National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto. COLONIAL-DAME> WITH THE IN KHAKI, AT ORPHIUM The Barriers are Down Race Now on in Earnest Play Time is Over in the Herald Subscription Should Go After Business with Hammer and Tongs This Week, and Make the Most of the Time Before the Value of Subscrip- tions is Wilt Be Lively. The high vote today is held by a candidate from one oC the smaller towns. In fact, the country so-called, seem to have the edge oa the-city'Competitors, so far as the progress fu the paper is cou- cerned. The fact thai the schedule of votes will loe reduced after next Tues- week from put new life into the work of all the candidates are oven now making good progress, and the ones who haven't started in earnest k is high time they took the contest seriously. The standing of the candidates, will be published again. and there will likely be a scramble for the positions iu the score. Candidates in Contest Following is the complete list of candidates with the vote today: Robert Lackenby, Bow island, Alta. Miss Winnie Helseth, Lethbridge, P. O. Box 397 Miss Isabel Inkster, Barons, Alta. Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, Taber, Alta. Miss Thelma McEachern, 537 14th Street South Miss Frances Lawson, 812 Third Avenue South Mrs. O. H. Benson, Commerce, Mrs. G. W. Haley, Grassy Lake, Alta................... Miss Rita McAndrews, Retlaw, Alta................... Mrs. Thomas Bernier, 2 First Street South Miss Annie Pelletier, Monarch, Alta................... Mrs. Pearl Ross, Bow Island, Alta..................... Miss Iva Walker, 024 Ninth Street South Miss Eva Mutton, G14 Sixth Avenue South Miss Louise Scott, Macleod, Ana..............-......... Miss Thelma White, Foremost, Alta...............___. Miss Lula Neilso'n, Cardston, AHa. Geo. T. Wrlde, Raymond, Alta.......... John Wright, Hartlieville, Miss Sadie Niven, Frank, Alta......................... Miss Alice Reardon, Pincher Creek, Alfa. Gunnar Tifaerg, Blainnore, Miss Elsie Park, Cranbrook, B, 0................... John Cropley, 1210 Fifth Ave. A South Miss Winnifrsd I. Sellens, Til 7th Street A South...... A. Mcllvena, A. H. I. Library, Box 3149, Lett Gerald Duimage, Seven Persons, Alta............ .Miss Sylvia Donnelly, Travers, Alta................ Miss Alvina Gorham, Coutts, Robert Hardy, No. 1 Fire Hall Miss Goldie Pohlman, Altoi-ado, Aita................. Mrs. John Reason, Deering, Alta..................... 56.700 S.OOO u.OOO The Daily Herald to the States is the same price as in per year. All subscriptions to the States for the Weekly Herald are at the rate of per year, the extra 50c being for postage. Subscribers may pay at the Contest Office and have the votes credited to any candidate on the list. PREMIER CASTRO, OF PORTUGAL, ACCEPTS CABINET RESIGNATIONS Lisbon, Nov. 19, via, mier Castro has accepted the resigna- tions of the Cabinet Ministers. A Lisbon dispatch received in Paris, November 18, stated Premier Castro bad again profferred the resignation of the cabinet to President but that the Portuguese executive re- fused to accept it, requesting that tho ministry remain in power until parlia- ment gave some indications as to ift'ho would 'be acceptable as successors >tu the present members of. the Cabinet. FIN'ED FOR NOT CHARGING ENOUGH Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. ick D. Underwood, president of tha Erie railroad, and the Delaware Hudson railroad were fined ?2500 and respectively, Judge Clarke in the United States district court to- day for violation of the interstate pas- senger' traffic law. Underwood Tvas indicted lin May on a charge of per- mitting passengers to ride in his pri- vate car at a lower fare than was ex- acted of other passengers. It was charged that the Delaware Hudson rai'iroad took. the car from Binghamp- ton to Boston. SHIPPED LIQUOR AS "RED INK" St. Louis, Mo., Nov. it shipped liquor as "red ink" as a favor to its customers in dry territory, -a wholesale-leather leen required by the internal revenue department to take out a iquor dealer's license, it was learned today. The liquor was sent with reg- ular consignments of leather goods, The steamer Chailes A. Luck, fear- ed lost, is safe at Whiteflsh Point, FIGHT OR PA Y That others may fight in yaur stead. We can't all go to the front, but those of us who can't, can do "our bit" at home by paying Think of the Alternative: A British Freedom Or Prussian Militarism Liberty and Happiness Or Oppression Sorrow It's a privilege to do something to help the cause at this time of national stress Lethbridge Patriotic Fund Campaign offers you the opportunity to help, so subscribe to the Patriotic Fund when they call upon you.