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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta IMsre 12 rim r I inn.: n 28. increased SubscripSions Subscribers making paynvonts during the first period ami add- ing another payment vill sh'O the candidates tho first poriod vote for the increase. Same rule applies to payments made during second period. Get after these Increased sub- scriptions. It will pay yon. As Contest Nears Close [r. John R. Reviil Again Foges to the Front Mrs. Stibbs Second Miss Vogan Third The Boosters' Club Have yon Joined your favorite candidate's Hoosters' Club? The inlthulon fee is a the larger the subscription the nuvo J'uvor you will he looked upon hy (lie candidate. This racu will be great at tllo finish. AVake up and do sonic- IliliiB. If you liavo suhscrlljed, come jifain. .The leader In the contest today lias over votes. TMs represents a large volume of business, as the live candidates know. The reserve vote Is not figured, represents! in the paper. How about your reserve? There's where the strength of the contest lies h dden. But do not spend much time counting your reserve vote or iteming on the number opponent may have. Get all yon can possibly round up. It will'likely take that many to win the prize of your choice. Now Is the time to get extensions on subscriptions secured earl er In the contest. If you get an extension of a subscription given you .luring the first period, vou will be allowed that schedule; the same rule applies vUh second period subscriptions, which are extended. 1'or instance If you seemed a year for the daily during the first period, you receive, cither COCO or 4500 votes. If you get the second year before the close ot the con- test you will be allowed or votes, making a total ot la.OOO or upon whether the paper was delivered by carrier or sent A FIVE-MINUTE SERMON FOR CANDIDATES In order to do anything above the average in this world a man or wo- man must put everj- bit of energy possible into the work. Yon can do whatever you set out to do. The fact that yon set out to do anything means that you are able to do it. yon entered this contest, and you entered to win. You haven't given up.the idea of sure. But you can argue yourself out of success in anything. If the negative impulse predominates in your make-up, you're lost. This contest resembles the.battle of life to a great extent. It's a fight, and it will be a long time, before civilization will make life possible wihout All this has been written with a "text' 'in mind. It is "Get the Sub- scriptions" You.airo your own master in this respect. No matter where you live, what you do, who you are, you can get the subscriptions. You may think others can get them easier than you. Thats what the unsuccessful man or woman thinks of the successful man or woman in any line of endeavor in this world. Look Into the history of any man who ever did anything that cuts him out of the bunch of humanity. You may say he has money, opportunity, friends at court, had good luck', born with brains, hid a chance, etc. After you have taken stock of these things which appear o nthe sur- at the man. You'll find the lines of work In his face. No amount of money ever made any man great, the fine opportunities made any man famous, the most favorable environment never pro- duced a genius or a master of men. If these things are true, (here would be only two kinds of people in the class of mental aristocrats with all the money and brains, rest of the world ot nonentities. Break away from, the the get the most of you will win. The first thing to do is to tell yourself you can do it and you are al- ready a winner. You can't .lose if yon will convince yourself that you can work accordingly. THE FOLLOWING BULLETIN CONTAINS THE NAMES OF ALL THE CANDIDATES AND THEIR RELATIVE STANDING FOR THE PRIZES IN THE HERALD'S CONTEST, ACCORDING TO THE VOTES DEPOSITED IN THE BALLOT BOX UP TO LAST EVENING'. REVILL, JOHN R.( 617-14th St. South, city................... STIBBS, MRS, N. 'C., 211r5th Avenue South, city VOGAN, MISS THELMA, St. South, city............. FLETCHER, MRS. IRA. C., Magrath, Alberta.................. BIDAULT, J. A., 312-IOth St. South, PATTERSON. MISS JEAN B.f Blairmore, Alberta............ DULMAGE, GERALD, A., Bow Island, Alberta.............. MARSHALL, W. M., Tpfaer, Alberta BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN. O.rmangay, Alberta .399.000 HOULT, MRS. W., 406-19th St. North, City PELLETIER, MISS AGNES, Pincher Creek, Alberta. J SCOTT, MISS LOUISE, Matleod, Alberta NEGREY, STEPHEN, 225-13th St North, city ..y MUTTON, MISS EVA, 814-6th Ave., South, city OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312-14th St. South, city ENGLISH, J. T., 50i-19th St. North, city LEDINGHAM, C. I., 503-5th Ave. South, city SELLENS, MISS DOROTHY, 903-7th Avenue South, city THURSTON, RODERICK, Lucky Strike, Alta CUNNINGHAM. TED, 214-1st Ave. South, city WRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St., North; city BOISVERT, MISS YVENNE, 416.12th St. A. N., city MEiKLE, GEORGE New Michel, B. C PATTERSON, MISS JEAN, Starland McKEE, CARL, ELKO, B. C MURPHY, JAMES, Jr., Bill-nils. Alttrta REDSHAVV, MISS MARGARET. St., North, city GRAUCE, 210.10th St. South, city f HULIT, MISS AF.LIN, Warner, Alberta New Subscription Schedule following value of subscriptions will be in force from today until tha close of the contest. No change of any kind will be made. DAILY Carrier li 1 Yoar.......'. ...SJ.OO 2 Years 3 Years DAILY Mail: 0 Months 1.200 1 Year...........53.00 2 3 WEEKLY Mall. 1 900 2 Years. 3 Years.........S-1.00 fi Years........... 50c extra for postage for, each year to United States The List of Prizes house, to be erected by The Herald; or automobile my make; or a trip around the world, all expenses paid, or cash. Eight hundred dollar Angelus Player Piano. Four hundred dollar McMillan Upright Plans. Two'hundred and fifty dollar order on any Lethbridge merchant Ing In the Herald, or In cash. One hundred and fifty dollar parlor suite or dining room' luite, to purchased from an advertiser, or cash. One hundred dollar Victrqla and worth of records, or cash. Sixty dollars In cash. Forty-five dollars In cash. t Thirty dollars in cash. Twenty-five dollars In cash. ADDITIONAL of fourth prize candidate may taKfl J120 course in Qarbutt Business College and cash; Instead, of fifth prize same coure and cash or the above course in lieu of sixth prize. Ten per cent commission to candidates who do not win a regular prize, HOW THE PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED The above prizes will be awarded to. the ten candidates, regardless of residence, havirg the highest vote, the kadtr having choice, of first prln options, the one standing second, having choice of the nine remaining prizes, headed by the player piano and so on, until, all the prizes are taken up. Pianos Save been purchased' from St. A., eoutBj local representative of.Gourlay, Winter Leeinlng, Toronto. Contest Closes December 11 th FOR THE MEN ON THE SOIL Talks pn Agriculture er and thinker and j lias re-1 .mlent of dairy cailif W a more for dependent reade; well-info; meti si' of everything else'in hi? business will disajoointnieiii over and over iisam. and became the victim of false doctrines, inaugurated by interests purely egoistic. But no'Wlet us argu- ments in favor of the cattle, ivtxl you ir.ay see its fallacy. iood consumed than the beef cow. In j this hypothesis ,we have.given tbe .riual-viirpose animal the .very best Citnnce. Not o-fily w-e credited her with a butter producrion 'consid- erably' higher than the as there is plenty of evidence to i Hie .iveragc- usually comes be'' and its far-reaching farmer siiould read that "steers from dairy-bred j To got at the poiu it i? goc-cl, 'that the meat; elairutd tluit tlio tawi- whc-a importance the I covered stocV were it carefully, of [Wor qimHty antl thftt ihore fattened, does not iiect, find then draw his own conclus- was a greater percentage of tile the market thi.1 r, ions. Personally I may suite that I! internal organs' thai they earned jg true, but t'nore .vre t.-ih! am. perfectly unprejudiced and U, lower amount of valuable cuts, anil to taken in coin Interested, except from a strong do- that .so much more feed was .revived that. The sire to furnish such essential Infor- mation as is indispensable iu farming intelligent opinions and reach logical 'conclusions. It is also a rather diffi- cult subject to attack, partly owing to the lack of authentic data in re- gard to .the, performance of the .so- called dual-uurucse cattle, partly be- cause even some supposed authori- ties in some agricultural Institutions in America, for some reason or ofcfcer, have been brought to advocate them in preference to -dairy cattle, thui giving; the movement a certain stamp of authority. Except from some scut- ttrttJ agitation in certain districts I'O Scotland, i-Tincipally in consequence of some activity In this line on the part of the Agricultural College at Edinburgh (an activity which, by the to a given weight tbfit they were un profitable. Fcr several years -was u systematic, campaign against "breeding to dairy sires. At the stockyards steers' carrying any color markings betraying an mfusian so .many of dairy blood marked -for.a j.rothics u r-ov.nd oi beef and ii ice sharp cut in price, no matter how tile same nmcunt to produce i smooth, well ronndbd and finished in tho dairy steers. These sicur Farmers were killed sold; the "dairy to iii tl! i 'or vah'i: tvf-ry ;t i'-niv -an naiaiai IK kuot Hue the proatcst idea the faci ilu fi-..1..'.-; u c.iii- proof of the tho highest in more thji.-j ec.t. You can nsvtT :n c. iVitflnins twc, or more, in nnimal and reach the top in ;hr- can only be raachad by steers sold within of- as much as did special beef steers, making a marked discrimination of per head in favor of the beef animal! This experiment was carried out among other blessed for both meat and milk'. This kept ly by beef men and a-reputable .judge also bus led to the farmers in that Jon several years with the result I placed the price on the respective vicinity buying cows, high in calf, in i ihat ten years ago there was not a I cuts of both breeds. These steers fov some martt; the interest at stake rather suspicious. Unfortunately it was rather success- ful too. Fcr Iu a few years wanted something that was good ordf-r to milk them fcr one lac-tat Ion i looality In the state of Minnesota period and them for where a car-load cf grade or full blood this dual-nurijose idea is I dairy cows could be secured. What .stro-ngly condemned by all leading j pure-bred stock there used to be had in nil the lea-ding dairy i gone out by the car-load, principally countries of the world. Why Is itito the fanners 'then that the dotlrtne could make were at a nominal price, headway as it did in tho U. S., But then the turning point came, after iho fanners had spent some years in paying lessons in the form of heavy pecuniary leas. Statistics from thai ,vere in round numbers two years old, and taking it npcu a sale price of and which the steers -cltd average, it makes a difference of in favor of the beef, and as the.bEGf-steor 'was two years old you see that he return- ed more per year for the fced con- not and, fcr instance, keep Shorthorns i er.-deavoring to breed for milk produc- tion, you 'will some day realize that you hare spoiled thorn for beef with- out hfiing very good for butter cither, j This regardless of exceptions to the rule. The state of Wisconsin, which in a very remarkable degree succeeded In escaping the influences of this false doctrine, has in consequence ma Jo sbmo wonderful progress and is mak- 'IiiR rapid strides towards establishing herself as the leading dairy state; Already some six or seven years ago! the feed that he ato. That was all! Now, let us see what there is In this dnal-purposo argument. Suppose, you plainly show what this cluul-jaru a dairyman and you arc breeding purpose fad cost the fanners. Now It i cows that average 350 pounds of but- is different, inasmuch as the demand' ter n. year, and that is the very for dairy sires are asain rapidly In- creasing and car-loads .of pure-bred stock ia coming back the same way j without, any great on your as they some years ago went part, if you employ only tho rudiments you ought to have, because It Is po: sible to get them without Injury or and to a certain degree also in Can- ad.i? Perhaps the following might explain it. Tho history of the movement in the States, where it succeeded in converting almost entire states, is significant und Interesting. Take, for instance, Minnesota, which perhaps furnishes the best example. Some Ltoen years ago the infusion of dairy ;bk'0d Into Minnesota herds was very only marked with a different price! j of scientific dairying. Suppcao that marked. These marks of dairy breed-1 Uut in the meanwhile it can bft the average price of butter waa only Ing, however, were as evident among (out that the experience will cost the, 20 cents a pound; there Is from the steers that were shipped to mar- ket, as It was among the helferg that were kept on the farms for milk cowa. The meat combine took note of the change and resolved that scmethins must be done to check the farmers iu breeding to dairy sires. The edict then came from tbe packers that all showing 'dairy markings must eumed than the dairy steer, for all j the Wisconsin experiment station in j farnu-ra of the state of Minnesota not; the butter from that1 special dairy less than Perhaps this cow that produces 1150 pounds in a example might make people sit jind take notice. However, the great pendulum of the true gospel is swinging back again; but tin til the farmer takes pains to learn the true principles of things so as to make himself an in- year. Now supposing that tho dual pur- pose man produced a cow that would yield him na l.lgh as 300 pounds cf butter In a is pro-ba'bly more than nlie will aver- m. oouts. that makes an annual report said: "From our re-j cords, kept from 1.89S to the present! time, it has become apparent that the] dual-purpose cow has no place what- ever on'the dairy farm, and tliat. no j dairy farmer can afford to .breed to! the dual purpose idea." Macleod News Macleod, Nov. 11.30 Tties- A "wonderru ERE is a glove that is as tough as a blacksnalre whip. Ii is the best made and longest wearing Work- Glove ever put together. Guaranteed by the makers to give sntisiactory service or a new pair FREE. Will outlast two or three pairs of ordinary gloves. This glove is a world-beater for Wear. Made froth tough, thick horschidc, specially tanned' by the H.B.K. process to mike it stand hard knocks. When washed, it dries out soft and plump and elastic; Is heat proof, cold proof, scorch proof, and almost wear proof. The fingers have special ripless tips. The palm and thumb seams are specially reinforced with overlap seams. If you want a square deal in gloves, and the best glove service that your money can get, ask for, and insist on getting Guaranteed Gloves SATISFACTION OR A NEW PAIR FREE The Hudson Bay Knitting Company, Canada's Expert Glove and Mitt Makers, MONTREAL taken. These were all burned or de- stroyed. The loss is partially covered by insurance. Air. Warcy, provincial S. S. 53 firings presented berta, and advlain delegates to the pro-j of action for the c Calgary in Ulshop and Mis: their neport ns vinclal convention hold ifist week. Board of Trade mooting Tues- day night was well attended. Kou- to the line coming year. day night the fire alarm was sounded j tary, ejioke to an appreciative and- from Swenson's studio on the corner i Jenco last night on the work of the ol 2nd avenue west and 20th stre-ot. j Sunday school, awl their place in I tine business was the main order on The brigade responded dulclcly and huikling up a strong and I the paper. Committees were irppoinl. saved the bull-ding, but tho contents haying well the foundations for thoi oil :for the coming annual meeting of are all destroyed. Mr. Swenaon had' future and thus making Alberto the [the Associated Hoards of Trndc oil just received a inrge supply cf photo foremost Sunday school province in Dec. 3, when a large metting of stock and sundries for his Christmas j the Dominion. At the close he will be present to discuss trade, also a large number of orders I Uml a district association. Rev; .13. S, i- (iciegat i. 'matters nertainlnir to Southern A I- W. L McUelCo, 'Electrical Dealers And Contractors Plionc Avenue Si, ;