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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 2nd, 1913 LETirRRlDGE DAILY HER ALB ALMOST A QUARTER OF A MILE OF DOLLARS That's the "Length" of the Money the Herald agrees to give away without any strings Newspaper takes all the chances ones who participate in this distribution are sure of reward according to the effort put forth. In other words, the Herald guarantees to pay competitors who enter this year's Subscription Campaign at least regardless of the returns Thousand Dollars, if changed into dollar bills'and placed end to end, would be 1208 feet long, or almost a quarter of a few "yards" of this money would no doubt fit in very well with your plans or schemes about Christmas time, or maybe earlier. TO GET DOWN TO BUSINESS AT Herald lias appropriated to lie'divided, according to a plan out- lined in this advertisement, 'among candidates who take parl in a subscription campaign. The rules ari; simple. women or single) boys and eligible to compete. The only par- sons barred nre employees of the Herald. Each subscription payment for the Daily or Weekly Herald be worth a certain number of voles, the value being great- er at the beginning of the contest than at the close of the cjim- paign. The cundidnU1. the lurgcsl number of votes, re- gardless of residence locution, will be given firs I choice of all the prizes; the candidate gelling the second largest number of votes having second choice, and so on until all the regular prizes arc taken AU'othcr aclivc contestants will be paid 10 per cent commission on all subscription money collected. The Herald has had three newspaper contests before this one, and it's a toss-up between the city of Lelhbridge and the out- side territory in regard to distribution of the prizes. If anything the country has the "edge" on the eily. As far as known this is the firsl time any Canadian news- paper lias offered all-cash prizes. Hut the Herald believes in doing things different, and il is likely that these money prizes will prove popular. The competition starls as soon as the candidates gel busy, but it will close December 1st, just long enough before Christmas to give the winners a chance to sanely spend the fruits of Supplies' are now ready for candidates who wish to become Bclivc at Sfnrl NOW and get the "edge" on the hcsitator Don't let the old thief of time "Procrastination" get you. The Lethbridge office where candidates are invited to call, is located in the Acadia Block, over the Red Cross Drug Slore. Office to 12 and 1.30 to 6, and by appointment. All communications should be addressed to The Herald Sub- scription Campaign Department, P. 0. Hox 545, Lethbridge, Al- berta. Phone 3-M. Lest you contest starls now and ends Dec. 1st. Bring or mail Ihe "Information Blank" to the Subscription Campaign Department, and get started early. The early is the most important of all. INFORMATION BLANK ___1913 HERALD SUBSCRIPTION CAMPAIGN DEPTV, PHONE 1344, P.O. BOX 545, LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. I am interested in the Herald's Cash Prize Competition and would be glad to have you send me a few supplies and further information DISHONEST TICKET CLERK AT HAT .PLEADS GUILTYr- STATISTICS FOR THE CITY .Medicine Uob- ticket clfrk, who admitted btcaling SSOU from Ihe C. P. R. sentenced 'to Iwo months. Customs receipts lot Septcnucr veic for the same, inonih List year they 'Vo'.sl trr the sis months present last year same period J'Jd, 000. Building permits for Seplemu'r to tailed as .pilnst last September; [or the nine iiioi.chs of the year, total lor 1013 is fl.VJI, 7R5 for last year V. C. Daly, local painter and paper- hanger, has been arrested lor arson. It is alleged lie iiurnc-J his rialatilnp on the evening ot August HJth. Canadian Pacific Railway Depot Ticket Office. Lethbndge HEP RESKN TING: Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Stezmera Allan t-lne, Mall Steamers White Star, Red Star, American Line; Lefand Line. Cunard Lines DonjEdsoh Line- Anchor Line Ffcrii'i 'LIlic Scandinavian American Rutslan American Holland-America Line Hamburg-Aimerlcan Line North Qerman Lloyd Line Auilra-Amerlona S. S. Co. Socltli Dl Navlgazlene A Vapore Generale Italians And all other Trans-AilantIc Steamship lines. Special Chrlslmns Knlcs, Sail- ings of any Hn" mailed lj- upon application. Wlreltss-feiiOrts of Eliirs near- ing forts received dally. Infor- mation chwrfuilj' given. REDUCED RAIL RATES IN CONNECTION ALL TICKETS SOLD BY US Cali Telephone or Addreu Ml'I'CHJiLIi C. P. R. TICKET AGENT p ID IIIET WIFE TELLS COURT HOW THE HIRED MAN ASSISTED IN THE. KILLING London, Oct. third squad- ron- of tbo German, high seas fleet will -ho brousnt Into existence today, and for year, consisting of the dreadnought Kaiser, pre-dreartnougbta FOIass and Bra'JiisciiwelB, nnd new -vessels Koenig Alberta, Ilegent, Luit. and Kafserin. Other nosv vet- sels Mill be added occasionally nutil c fleet consists of eight fust-class ilps. Since tlie German fleet has een constantly expanded. In that ear tho British strength was twice mt of Germany- in' homo waters, 1th twelve ships In tho Mcdlterran- in and five in the Far Bast, ft total f Ihlrty-inree vessels. At present ritish battleships number thirty-sev- li. 'In 1904 In home waters there ere nixteen British capita! ships ris gnlnst eight German, and on foreign ervice seventeen British and no Ger- man vessels. In 1913 there are In ome waters twenty-nine British hips and twenty-tour German; In orclsn service fen Ilrilish and one Important developmentB are in pro-' jress with regard to German lorpcdo 'actnries, now biiildlngs are being erected to cmploy'three hundred cx- men per building. Improved SHERMAN .Coming Monday and Tuesday "OCTOBER 6th and 7t'n "THE MYSTERIES OF PARIS" Saskatoon, Sask., Oct. -1. The trial oi John GoUlspin'is, charged with tlie murder of George Alexander on Junt 2, 1913, is proceed- ing in supreme court here uelore Mr. Justlto XciTland. Golilsplnks Is accused ot the crime aloug with Dot- is White, wife ol the murdered, man. She was fo-JJirt guilty of manslaugh- ter early in the week.- The story told by her at her own trial was Hint her hushliiul tried to choke after telling her that she must that night. Goldspinks, thf. hired man, har.clEil her fart of a shot gun anil held him while Doris cluhbed her husband. In a signed statement made to the mounted police prior to his arrest, pinks docs not claim any- cora- lieity in the crime, but states that c helped carry the body to the table awl placed (t where it appcar- d to have, teen kicked by horses, 'he body was discovered next morn- ng by GolilspinVs, local police aad blac'xsmilh. The chid witness yes- crilay was Doris, wile ol the .mur- lercd man; Alter telling her story il the proceedings of the night of the murder, she severely cross-ex- icd by T. A. counsel for oner, for nearly throe hours, af- wliich she was almost carried roin Ihe court weeping. to- day were all oi an unimportant char- Ottawa, Oat., Oct. depart- Edmonton, 'Oct, ex- araples of mineral deposits ment ol-rnartne and'fisheries has com-, pletcd plans for-the ol ln northern Alberta been produc- the second largest ice-breaker in In tho legislature by J. L. Cote, world. .The vessel IB for use in WAS LIVELY SCRIMMAGE WHEN LONDON BOBBIES TACKLED TWO SUFFRAQSTTES lower St. Lawrence, at a cost esti- mated at methods-of propulsion, of 'torpedoes lave been .discovered that excel a thing" 'dlacovercd. These arc now being severely leslcd and the rccret Is being ecjuiiulou guarded, contact of workmen being rcslriclcd to small pcflllona of onch torpedo- PRES. BRANNER INSTALLED Stanford University, Ciil., Oct. Stanford frufitetSp'fac'Jlty. alumni ant undergraduates gathc-red on the Stan ford fiYrm to do honor to PresI dent Casper Hratmer, who WRB form ally installed as tho head of the nnl slty. That -the Installation, simply of a "family as thr trustees expressed it, Micro WCTO no any specially .Incited BUGS Is or reprc scntallvpR froni other colleges. How c-vor, a formal not led of tivc, chP.ngeg at "Stanford hfon Reni io tho iinlvcTpUks nnd Colleges of tho United WOMAN ESCAPES OPERATION Bjr Timely of E. Fmkiiam't VefeUble Compound. II her own statement. London, Oct. 1. A lively scrim- mage letwccn the police and militant suffragettes occuirtd today ivlea Miss Harriet Roberts Kerr and Mrs. Bea- trice Saiindcrs, secretary' and treas- urer ot the women's social and poli- tical union were re-arrested at" their headquarters under the provisions urges u the government should eitabHsh of mines, and expeil-1 tin L-Cat and Mouse'1 act. Mrs. Saun menls with the raw material have j ders is" under sentence ol fifteen been conducted, and the results laid j months' imprisonment and "Miss Kei before legislature. j twelve months for conspiracy. Thiy Crude district. resulted 'Jn ktroaene and lubricating olli being obtained. the first time since tli.via.lii oa thei i. Experiments conducted to deter- offices last April. ! possible tises of (he tar sand When arrived to atreat found In unlimited in north- the staR assaulted- the em "prove, that U could bo j Ppllcenwn. Four of the women for paving It alco con- legislature. twelve moruns lor conspiracy. ine o oil'from .the Kort lloMurrar !'wero in June aflor a "hui .when'refined and distilled, i ger strike." The had n 3'in Uroaena and lubricating their duties'this morniB3 1 clerks were "rested for interfering u nc aso tain, a bitumen suitable for use a, a Oiwpoliceman s coat binding mzterlil for tbe stack, coal j torn fwl duty 1 owt acter. I Many clashings and much shooting has taken place .between, striving TWIX iJU'm-: Twin Hulk, Alia., Sept. 20.-llcn- ry. lih'erc Ijag'Jusl .complclcrl a as Forest Hanger anil Game Gu.irrtlan.- Roads have been built- into the- inonnla'ns in all the sections lire is likely to t. l-'rom the main road, ich is a' wagon pacV trails been cut and cabins built to facilitate fire and patrol work at all seasons of the year. Tlie N'ixon laoiily have returned from Watrrton Lakes, wiere they have spcr.t the summer. Mr. N'ivon bought the team ol IIOISES Irtm Jno. IlassaTd wliich he has been lisjrig the camp this summer. SEPIE1ER HAD 21511 OF E mined in Alberta, Indicating posalbll- to sJf'iuffering women to tell nhrt ot i llrge Inijnstrj' In coals, -ydUE.Pinkh.m'1 wSlle'lhe .and I. sv.IUl.le for glas. Cora- .rnaWnc, lls {recdom from Iron render- jn jfe( Calumet fields pound did 'tor me, 'ing tt'particularly advantageous Icrr One ynxigaI found purpose. myself A tfier. I bsd pains hi both and 5 uch soreness 1 could scarcely straighten up at My hauk d, I had no ap. tc an'd was so I could not sleep, then I be so tired mornings that I could getnroond." to move or do a Lit of work and I thought I never wolild be any better vn- til I submitted to MI operation, I com. rncnced faldngLydia Veg- eUbla Compound uid soon felt like a tew woman.' I bad nopiins, slept well, hail good appetite and was fat and could do almost nil rny ewn work for a family of four. 1 .ball always feel Ibat I my good health to your med- lUYWAU) SOVEU, Gary, Wsine. ill I "The Kentish Custom of Garil- kind" v.-as the subject o! an Interest- ff paper by'J. 1-. 'Manwarlng, presi- (lent or the KenUshmen'a v assoclaUon, at their regular monthly nee ting on nlghU Kent la- A :he only county In Ekmland. pro- erty Is divided tqually ajnong elrs to an estate, where the head the family has died without mailing VJj will. A'bill was recently i Parliament by tie Lord or, called the "Real -Property wherein a clause tending toward of the custom, eitsted; was later withdrawn, bat .will be re-Introduced later, on. At the corjcluslon o2 tile paper, solution urging defence of tola CUB--V- tom, was dralted and will bo forward- ed to the. mother association In Kent." ArranBeinoTits for the benefit cert.for the family of v. nellua RusAell, were, but ha> not yet bwn set, The opening emoSUng concert, com- mfimoratlng the victory of Kent'eoun.. tr in the crlckat totrrnament, will held es soon as arrariiemenu can completed.. A largo number of nsw were received Into the Ktntish of Lethbridge. Wealhjr otorvalions lor the month ol ficptemticr, (S13, as takrn at bridgc Experimental Station by E. B. Eissenhautr, were: Murnbtr ol cloudy clays, 8. Precipitation for 1.65 io. Precipitation from Jan. 1, 1913, to date, 13.31 inches. rcrilurr di'rine thft Corn pound. Monday and Tuesday OCTOBER Clh and 7th MYSTERIES OF PARIS" jmol ,'MC during the during the lilo Compound will hell tnlyyrtiaK.PIntharn I' Vifc. Your letter wl _ M anA nnswcrort hy A ..__ held in airict aomMtoet, temperature moiith, 59.9 dcsrejs. Total hours of bright, sunshine, 27.65 hours. amount ol.bright sunshine amount of bright sunshine each 9.2 _ V "Sweet Sixteen" but In lifetime Ltt portrait of that A vUtt to photographer keiipt for time, budding charm's of sixteen or the bloem r of twsr.ty, Think what those plctvrtt will mian to you and to rur, In after yeari. Modern equipment and tht natural, homelike of the studio, faithful .and artlitlc Allison The Photographer In-Your Tom V LETHBRIDOB ;