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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE r-i-rniRumoK DAILY HERALD Safin-day, November Mrs. Stibbs Leadi 'em all Today Jean Patterson is Second Visions of Valuable Frizes Keep Candidates Busy After Subscriptions Contestants Putting All Their Energy Into the Last Stages of the Struggle for Places in the Herald's Prize List After Today-and Sunday only 10 More Days until close of the Contest. Hurry! The candidates who are going to win the best prizes In the Horald's contest will have to crack the whip. You can't be a Rip Van Winkle nmi sleep in this game. Old Hip slept twenty years and illcln't know lie was alive when he woke up. Don't let tlie 500.000 votes In ihoiiiuper scare you. Ileraembcr that the first prize In this contest means sbli.l cash, (if yon come first and want the right in your fist. It is true that the votes are coming is by the hundreds of thousands, but there are not so wonderful many from one person. Tills is a mighty close contest at this stase. Xot one of the candidates seems to he making a "killing with the votes Then why don't happen to be reading more vim into your work ami beat the other candidates In this contest? As a matter of fact, you don't have to accomplish anything wonderful in order to win. Be the exceptional all you have to do. Don't be satisfied with yourself. You never saw a satisfied man or woman who amounted to very much. Find fault with yourself. Everybody is naturally lazy. We never do more than we have to in order to keep" the coal man and grocer good natured. What do you tell your friends when they ask you how 7011 are getting along in the Herald contest? It is possibly good policy to tell them that you are doing well, but expect to .do better. But there are lots of other candidates "doing well." That's just what the average man Is well." Ever notice that these folks who have a "job" and are getting their salary regularly are always ''doing They're satisfied and doomed never to do any better. So [iretty hoar all the contestants are "doing well" They are jetting their votes every a subscription when they can, and letting It go at that. Wake up! Shake yourself! Put the acid test on yourselt once m a whiie and see how you stand it. _ Be a winner. Get out and LIO 'ueiier tuan "doing and you will you be in or out of the contest. ARE YOU REALLY SATISFIED? Satisfied? If you are, should you be satisfied? The time to fight It out with yourself is right now. There are less than two weeks of the contest left In which to win. You have time you start right in make a "killing" before December 11 til. r Don't be one of those who will if I had hustled a little more 1 wculd have won." Those who will win are not may depend on that. MAKE GOOD WITH YOUR FRIENDS Not taking the prize consideration, you dare not be a quitter now. You asked your friends to support you. They have done so. Show them that you have the stuff in your make-up that they 'thought you had when you secured their subscription. Popularity will not pull you through in this contest. It's all right to start .out with, hut popularity alone will not win a hard work will win a good prize. t'o keep up your pace the remaining days of the one could do of course, that your present pace is a fast one. THE FOLLOWING' BULLETIN CONTAINS THE NAMES OF ALL THE CANDIDATES AND THEJR RELATIVE STANDING FOR THE PRIZES IN THE HERALD'S CONTEST, ACCORDING TO THE VOTES DEPOSITED IN THE BALLOT BOX UP TO LAST EVENING. STIBBS, MRS, N. C., 2l1-5th Avenue South, city PATTERSON, MISS JEAN E., Blair-more, Alberta................ REVU.L, JOHN R., 617.14th St. South, VOGAN, MISS THELMA, 619.13th St. South, city FLETCHER, MRS. IRA. C., Magrath, Alberta....................... BIDAULT, J. A., 312-10th St. South, city........................... DULMAGE, GERALD, A.. Bow Island, Alberta.................. PELLETIER. MISS AGNES, Pincher Creek, Alberta............. MARSHALL, W. M, Alberta SCOTT, MjSS LOUISE, Maclcod, Alberta BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN, Carmangay, Alberta HOULT, MRS. W., 406-19th St. North, City HUTTON, MISS EVA, S14-6th Ave., South, city NEGREY, STEPHEN, 225-13th St. North, city OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312-14IK St. South, city.................. ENGLISH, J. T., 501.19th St. North, city.......................... LiDINGHAM, C. I, 508-5th Ave. South, city SELLENS, MISS DOROTHY, 908-7th Avenue South, city CUNNINGHAM, TED, 214-1st Ave. South, city THURSTON, RODERICK, Lucky Strike. Alta................. WRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St., North; city BOISVERT, MISS YVENNE, 416-12th St, A. N, city......... MEIKLE, GEORGE C., New Michel, B. C.........v........... PATTERSON, MISS JEAN, Star-land Theatre.............. McKEE. CARL, ELKO, B. C.................................. MURFHY, JAMES, Jr., Bur-mis, Albirta...................... REDSHAW, MISS MARGARET, 267-19th St., North, city BARNETT, MISS GRAYCE, 210-IOth St. South, city HULIT, MISS ARLIN, Warner, Alberta. DON'T------ Hinuloy an architect to plan the ?1000 cottiiso; Pick out the auto you prefer; I'ack your steamer trunk for the trip around the world; Spend tho; He-arrange your furnituro to make room for the Angelus Player not just BUT------ "Hike" lifter new subscriptions; 1'errot out old subscribers who haven't "come across." Work till your spare then some; Keep a-going even if yon "prospered" nt tho close of each period of the contest, (let every subscription you can and for as long a time aa possible. If you follow the advice given above, and have done good work np to tlie present time, the prize you will win will bo a good the best In the list. Think, dream, milt, sing, and whistle "contest" until December the judges who count the votes wilt treat you right. The List of Prizes house, to be erected by The Herald; or automobile of any make; or a trip around the world, all expenses paid, or cash. Eight hundred dollar Angeius Player Piano. Four hundred dollar McMillan Upright Piano. Two hundred and fifty dollar order on any Lethbridge merchant advertli- (no In the Herald, or fn cash. One hundred and fifty dollar parlor suite or dining room suite, to bo purchased from an advertiser, or cash. One hundred dollar Victrola and worth of records, or 5100 cash. Sixty dollars In cash. Forty-five dolltirs In cash. Thirty dollars in cash. f Twenty-five dollars in cash. ADDITIONAL of fourth prize candidate .may take 1120 course in Garbutt Business College and ?10t) cash; instead of fifth prize same coure and ?30 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, having the highest vote, the leader having choice of first prtzo v options, the one standing second, having choice of the nine remaining prizes, headed by the player piano and so on, untl) all the prizes are taken up. Pianos have been purchased from Robert Ibey, 410-12th St. A., south, local representative of Gourlay, Winter Leemlng, Toronto. Contest Closes December llth IA.STANT RELIEF FROM ECZEMA Tol can can stop that awful itch from i appointed! do not make any mistake ami oilier rtin troubles in j of refusing to try this soothing wash. two seconds. other druggists keep this D.D.D. Serins too good to be true hut it la Prescription, go to them if you can't tree and we vouch' for it. [come to hut ir you come to our Just a few drops of the simple cool- j store, we can tell you all about D. D. ing wash, the D. D. D. Prescription I D. Prescription and how it cures ec- (or eczema, and the itch stops in- 1 zemi, or you can get a free trial stautly. i hottle by writing D. D. D. Laborator- ,NV.v if you tried a great many i ies, 49 Colborne St., Toronto. Jack- cures for eczema and have heen dis- j son Co., druggists, local agents. TO JUDGE AT CHICAGO Guelph, Ont., Nov. Ontario Agricultural Stock judging team, Messrs. Harding, King, Nixon, Shav- and Tisdaie, left this mprnins j English Woman Annoyed by with Prof. Wade for Chicago, where J J they will complete .the judging con- Infatuated Lover Has Dis- test at the International. Fat Stock show. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL Lethbridge, Alta., Canada to 7. 5i30 to Celery SUNDAY DINNER DE LUXE SOUP Consomme a la 'Claremont RELISHES Queen Olives FISH Baked Halibut, HoIIandaise Dill Pickles ENTREES Boned Chicken a la Cheoreuil Pork Tenderloin Broiled, Maitre d' Hotel Boiled Sheeps Tongue, au Llmohade Beignets, aux Confitures SALAD Lobster Salad, Mayonnaise Dressing ROASTS Prime Ribs of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding Roast Spring Lamb, Mint Sauce POULTRY Roast Young Turkey, Cranberry Sauce VEGETABLES Steamed and MaShed Potatoes, Asparagus Tips in Butter DESSERTS Deep Green Apple Pie With Cream Mince Pie Raspberry Pie Boston Cream Pie English Plum Pudding, Hard or Brandy Sauce t Lemon tee Cream with Wafers Orange Jelly Assorted Fresh Fruits ttuscuvds and Aimonds Cheese Cafe Noir Saltens Suicides been unremitting in his efforts to get (some trace of his 'wife. The coast has been searched with the hope that j if she ended her life the body or clothing might be found. Meanwhile (theories have been ad- vanced as to the disappearance. JIaiiy telieve that ilrs. No wilt has ended her life. Others think she went away to escape the attentions of the man who was madly in love with her, and then when his suicide occurred felt the notoriety that must follow was too much to bear and lias gone into hiding. Persons believe that in case she was lost she 'will be found and claim the money left to her. A woman answering -description was seen at Tunbridge on Wednesday last at the station. She was a stranger, and her destination was not traced. iSTART SYSTEM RURAL CREDIT BANKS London, Nov. has hail no more Interesting cases of myster- ious disappearances in years than that of beautiful Sidney Nowill, wife of a Sheffield merchant. All England is being searched for her because of the interesting facts leading to her that the strange circumstances belaid! he laid before Sir Arthur Conaii Doyle. I Her disappearance was followed by j the suicide of James A. pelay, a re- turned Singapore lawyer, who became insane over his failure to find her after searching for twenty-four hours INVASION OF EGYPT GIVES BRI TISH FINANCIERS CAUSE FOR ALARM THE GENESIS London, Nov. President of the Board of Agriculture announces that he will soon introduce in the House of Commous a bill providing for the establishment in England and Wales cf a system of rural credit banks, similar to those in tho Scan- dinavian countries and Germany. It is expected that certain of the j man agricultural concerns in Upper big joint stock banks of London will; Egypt was originally financed by Lon- bc asked to co-operate in providing j don banks. funds for these institutions, which will j Tbe agricultural possibilities of the thus have a better slarl than those i region hi which the Germans are which have been started practically asNvorkmg, was discovered by an expert kcal lending agencies. English who strolled into tions have been offered for the orlg-jthc country Oii his way home from inal bill, bin it seems to be "agreed I some irrigation works in Asia Minor. London, Nov. industrial in- vasion of Egypt by the Germans is seriously disturbing English financial circles, especially in. view of the fact disclosed that one of the biggest Ger- nal Which Every Woman Should Heed. that banks shall in their ivorUng be as co-operative as possible. along the headlands of Cornwall, Backache is a symptom of organic weakness or derangement If you have backache don't neglect it. To get per- manent relief you must reach the root f the trouble. Read about Mrs. Wood- mm n HIS 1 The Nowills met Delay two years 1 The lawyer became infatuated i experience.' with Mrs. Nowilt and pressed his at-j Morton's "I f, tentions upon her to an extent that 1 two years with female disc- ATS, my caused the object of his adoration wriie a friend that his attentions had become so annoying that she was not i enjoying her visit in Cornwall. On Saturday she left the Atlantic; Hotel at New Quay. She tool; noth- j Jng with her and apparently had gone' for a walk. Delay was also staying; at the hotel and wlisu she did not; return he mado a search. His distress I was acute. j With Lieut. West of the coast guard he searched along the health bad and I had a continual backache which was s mplyawful. Icould not stand on my feet long enough to cook a meal's victuals ithout my back nearly killing me, and I would have tions I could hardly bear it. I had sore- He stopped near Luxor, and after pros- pecting ahout in a desultory his on Top Every Time! Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- ence Alberta's Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably dependable. Your gro- cer knows him. the Gfrman was back with the necos- manner, discovered artesirtn water. Shortly after this discovery, according- to his story, a German cammcrcial traveller I wandered into and the lone- sary equipment and machinery for bor- ly Englishman, in the pleasure of wells, and within two years the ing a white man, forgot his traditional I desert was a garden, paying 20 per [aloofness, and toUl him all about the cent, dividends to its German owners. possibilities of the country, due to the On his telaied return to London, the WILL RUSSIAN PRINCE REIGN AT CONSTANTINOPLE AND DIS- PLACE CRESCENT WITH CROSS London, Xov. superstitious are finding satisfaction in s. report that the hand of the King of Bulgaria was read some time ago by a young army officer, who saw in it a meteoric career for 1012, but scmetliisij in ac- cord with the sinister reputation of thirteen for the year following. ness in each side, could not stand tight A legend says thai a king named when disagreed with him ahout. clothing, and wns irregular. I was com- will rule at Constantinople the iiossiliiiities cf Mrs. (NowIH hav-; plctely run down. On advice I took ihe Russians who believe this iaR wandered so far away he became Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- Ftcry reflect that the Grand Duke in nngcrcd and tried to throw the officer; pound ami am enjoying good health. Ii line with the king after thR Crown over the cliff. j is now more than two years and I have Prince is named Michael. This man. Acting like a crazy man the lawyer! not had an ache or since. I do all they say. is destine.! to raise the returned to the hotel. By tMs time my own work, washing and everything, cross under the dens cf St. Sofia discovery of artesian water. The German went on his way, and the engineer lingered to search for the wonderful ancient pottery sometimes found in the region. In six months disgusted engineer found that tho Gr.'rniP.n company, which bad under- taken the work, had borrowed the money to underwrite its bonds at a low rate from London banks. oihcin boen euHMed in the search End word was wired to Sheffield to Mr. Xowilt. The next day Delay was found dead. He had hanged hiniaelf. The excitement over the mysterious disappearance and suicide was added to whrn the siitqr.noys examined the papers l.y and found a will In wbifh liven .left 10 Airs, Xo'wiit u to'Kou of friend- ship." The liusbaai a? Mrs. Xoufit lias have backache anymore. I where your medicine is grand and I praise back, j il toail my neighbors. If you think iny lue tcmnle of the Christian faith testmi-nny will help others you may pun- j lish Mrs. GLUE WOODALL, Mor-j ton's Gup, Kentucky. I iTytm hayftlho sliphlesf doubt thai Lydta K. Piulittain's Vcjrota- ('nntpniiml will lidpvmi, Mahomet II. rode on horse- time it Is alleged, profaned VINCENT SUCCEEDS MORLEY Lynn, virr. Ynnr tailor Vi'ill bo. opened, ami answered liy a ivnman, unil held in striul confidence. London. Nov. I'dcar Vin- cent lias lit'on appointed chuinuaii of tho Dominion 'rommission in' succession lo IU. linn. Arnold Mor- ley, who has rrsi.uiiuti jiost. OYSTER SHELL, POULTRY .GRIT AND CRUSHED HONE' Seven pnuntts for...................25c. ALFALFA MEAL Phone Lclhbrirtgc ;