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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEIIIBIIIDGE DATLV 1TKR \T^> rnesihi.v, fh'toiMM' 8. Rd RHEUMATISM THIS WINTER TlaRks to 6IN PILLS ,\ON'T yon want to fhftvc ONE WINTRR free of Rlieumalism ? Don't you want to enjoy life as other jnen enjoy it? Don't you wnut to eat and sleep and work as hcaltliy, iiominl men do, instead of Ijcing 11 crippled up with Uhcumatism or Kidney Trouble? Then take GIN PILI.S and conrjncr your old encniv for Rood. Mr. Beaudrv did, with the help ot the (-.IX TILLS. 597 Panel St., Montreal, V.Q. March 39tli, 1912 "It afford!! me great pleasure to infonn �J-OH that I have Uicd GIN PItl.S for �bout six months, and that they have done me a great deal of gootl. I have had Rheumatism for a couple of vears, and this winter I saved mvself from it by ustug. GIX PILLS, i highly re-comniend GIN PILLS to the public" A. BEAUDRY. Thouaandt of bozo of GIN PILLS re sold every year through the iuflueuce of those who have been cured, and who recommend GIN PILLS to their friends iand neighbors. I( you are subject to Rheumatiim, Kidney or Bladder Trouble, start in right now oo GIN PILLS. 50C. � box, 6 for If you want to try them first, write for a free sample to National DruR and Chemical Co. of Canada, Litnlted, Toronto. UB Oa. 24 WILL BE MACLEOD DAY COUNCIL PROCLAIMS HOLIDAY fOn DRY-FARMING CONGRESS -LYRIC THEATRE BURNED THE HERALD'S SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST PLAIN STATEMENT OF FACTS ABOUT IT A Newspaper Contest That is Fair to All, and in Which the Candidates Are on an Equality-The Ten Prizes Will Go to the Ten Contestants Who Turn in the Most Subscriptions- A Review of the Contest Plan A.� stalt!\l In yesterday's imper. The i Ilernld's siibscripilon conlosl will bp conducted along lines widely 00 Vvorth of prlz-OiJ iiro offered to conipetitcrs (roni the entire eirciilutlou zone of the Herald know the vnhie of suliserlptlons dur-inn the three periods into which the contest has i>eeii divided. 11 solicdulo has been published, wlileh will be ftniiid In tlie display advertisement. Suiilv It. Who May Enter .\ny person--man, woman, boy or or 8ut- S terrltoiy is eiigiole to com-I peie, .Naturally employees of the I lleriiKI are barred, Cnndldatea may ': rominate theniselvcs or bo nomlniued by a friend. . Will It Pay? ' That is the unestion that will nnt- 'l"V"ri"i"7i "i" "11"' "".r'i"'> persou--nian, woman, -^Uy of Letlvbridgound �1 outlying, U.U,brid^^e towns !ind vIlKiges. I be writer is fam-' ,, . ,.  , ,., ., ,. .... 1 roiuuilni; terr torv is eliuiole lllar with the ending ot all the con- " . � & tests that have been ccndticted lit newspapers in Western Canada durins the past four years. Invariably ihe district plan has been used, and the only purpose It served was to allow some Mucky" candidates to win a prize with little effort on account of ur.iHy ccciir to all who liavp read this Macleod, Oct, 7. - .Vt l:i.l tbi.s tnoraiiig the fire alarm sounded, ilm men found the building owned bv P. , , ,, Burns ft Co. and now accupie.1 by the "^""!': ^'"t"""^''"'^ �J "�y a blaze. Wheu the ^� "'ip around the world. competing in the same tcn arrived the ilamcs were ooming thioufh the roof. They succeeded tn ptetenting it troni spreading to other buildings. The buildinj!; W4W eotiraly gutted, nothiiig wus itaken out, and it is a total loss. Both the company who oocupii-d it, and the owtier were partially protected by ineuraace. At a regular meeting of the council tonight, Oct. 34th was decided on as Maclcod day at the ^ Dry Congress in Lethhrtdge. The Municipal Hospital bvlaw mak- all expenses paid, starting from dan Francisco iu Kebruary, or SI.-On. There's no gcttluji; away from Ji: this prize cau not cost the Herald less than ?1,L'0ll, It will cost the cnndidut^. nothing: but effort. The candidate utandlns second will have iho choice of the nine rtsmaininy prizes, headed by an $KO(i Aufielus player piano. And so oa; the prizes Kraduuliug down to the tenth. Aii-Farmiug i other thing: all candidalw who are actiyo. .uui do not win a r^tilar prize aavrrtisement. Yes, It will pay-not li\ dollars and cents, peihaps, for tlie expense of the uudcrtaklUB is very heavy-but there arc dividunds wJilch newspapers earn other than the profits expressed In terms of money. During the comi>etUlon a great many people will join the Herald's large f^imlly of readers-and there will he satisfaction in all that. A groat many mevi and women, beys and .ciirls. will be nmde happy by the prizes which will be dlstril.uted. There are no slriUBS to any of the prizes. They will be given away on December 11, regardless of the work rciulrcd to win theiu. NOW Is the time--TODAY is the da.v-to enter the contest. The cam-paiRii repreeentutlves are ready to help yon-and they ('.-'iN help you. Special contest office is in the .\cadla Block, over Red Cross Drug Store, fall. Y'ou may also use "phone IT;','.', which Villi place yon In touch with persons who c;iii tell yon how easy i; will be to win a (^hrislmas present tor yoiirsoir-tht? *l.'iOU, maylje. OurTwo Splendid New Stores are Ready The Dominion Blodc The Dominion Blodc MISS BIXON IS DEAD will be given ten :>er ceau of all thi Ing a board ;t)otIs thai iwe rig'ht in every way aiul Prices tluil as usual will l)c llic Losvosl, and bo-liiiul it all-a i>rojii|>t clliciciit. tSTOlJK SKIvVI(*E.. To accomplish (his \vc have rented the Whole (irroiiiHl riocM* iu the new Dtnuinioii Ulock which Avill givt^ us sulliclcul space to open up and. display (uir entire stock of hoth Furniture, (,'ar]>ets ajid Rugs to advautag'e, something we have heeii unal)le to do in our i)reseut (|uartcrs. We Believe in the Future of Lethbiridge And are baeking our hcliei with good hard' coin in making this nu)ve, and iu giving the people of this city the same advantages as enjoyed iu the l.-irger centres in the w(>sl. Later on in the Week we will announce our Openitig Date iu lhiss;pace. Watch lor it. Standard Furniture Co. Home of Quality Furniture \Xr> t,i' shite iiio,'d. The vferald is supply-iug that "Utile mere." Fair Treatment to All Ktoui the beglunins to the end ot the conleat, the Herald giuirantees fair treatment to all who enter as competitors. In order that they may MANY RUMORS: NO CONFIRMATION I.ontU-M. ( 01. S.-Ofticiully nothlug: is known either at the t". P. R. or P. .V. O. offices here In regard to the rumor yesterday that the C. P. R. were i\ei;otlaling to purcha.-;e the latter company's fleet. Similar official xan"natever It.tly's feelings towards Gieat Hritaln iind France may be, she would never- ho able to witlistnud the overwhelming prcs.'inre of her two allies, cno d whom Is on her frontier, and she would perlorce have to uciiulesce In any demands lhat might be put on her. Admiral Itrouslnx states that the laud attack on Kgypt would bo undertaken with the co-operation of Austria and Italy and that, of course, means that the Tripolltan I'orts luiist be usaU as a base. The roason t?lven by Britain's candid oncmy for thI.': land attack on Egypt Is the urgency tor Oflnuany to intercept the food supply Immediately qn the outbreak of hoslUUles. The Germans, it may be stire, have studied the ipiesllon In all phaacs and when they conclude that the aelzuf cf l^gypl and the Suez Canal will constitute an effective blow to Brltain'f existence it may bo taken that they aro right and that the setback-even thoiigh it may bo but a temporary one -which such an event would inlllct, may make all the difference in the world to tlu> result or the nature of hostllllIeK, People out here are In two minds HS to the poHltlou, and they still cou-Bldur Britain's weakness lies In the l^vitul. Tlio concontratlon of th' Kroiicli floci hi the iModlteranean Diuy b|. Iiiieiulcd as a check on Aus-ti'lau and litJmm �u:tivlttes, but WILL MEET NEXT YEAR IN CALGARY ROYAL ARCHITECTURAL INfTI-TUTE OF CANADA IS TO COME OUT WEST Grantim, Oct. 7.-^The little eight-year-old Sion of .fohn McKenzle tiled here this morning from Injuries received in being run over by a iieavy wagon. iMrs. .McHae, an elderly lady, died Saturday and was burled this afternoon. Mr. Bell, late aocouutaiit of the bank of Hamilton left last week for Brant to which place he has been transferred. Granum cannot got cars e-aoiigh to ship grain and all the olovatore aro about full. What will it be in two or three weeks from now'? IJ. D. l''armer bought a uew five passenger .Ford at Calgary this week. OeFreze was a visitor In town on Saturday. Three cars of N'o. 1 hard were ship-pod from hero laei week. .Mrs. ,r. W. Burrows left Inst week to apeml the winter with hor mother, Mrs. Woatrop. at Warner. IRON SPRINGS Ottawa, Ucl. 7.-This aHuniouii the lUiyal Architcctitra'l luKiitutc of t'aii-aila in couvcnlidn here pixtucd a icso-hilioii urging more tcclmlcal men on the Ottawa improvement couiimis-sion. It also elected its olHccrs (oc tlio comiu;; year. Tlic institute will meet next i'ciir in the cilv ot Calgary. .\ letter was received from IMayor Mitchell, of that city, iuvilr ing the architects there in 1913, l\lr. George Long, of Calgary, urged the. acceptance of the uiviiation, Mr. F. S. Baker, picsidunt ot the InstltiUc, retired, and the following officers wpn'. elected : Mrcsldoiit, II, ('. Rii.s.scll, WinnipeR uvice-pvcsidcuts. Messrs. George l.onil, Cult;ary ; F. Wicksoii, Toronto, ami (I, A. Mou-ette, Alotitrcal ; honorary secretary, .Uoidc I'huussc, of Montreal ; lionoi-ary treasurer, ,j. \V. Walts, Ottawa.! .\ diuiiev was had at the rh'rtlcuu Lauricr toni.mht. Iron Si)rings, Oct. S,-There seems to ho good cause for the complnint of the farmers with respect 10 tho amount of weeds in this dlRtrict. Why should some of them who keep their land free ho forced to suffer from hi.'i neighbor whose groivnd is covered with either Russian Thistle or mustard, l-et the weed inspector get busy or If ho Is , unable to cover tho ground, let the government npiiolut an assistant, as there is gonuino need for better superviiiion. Mr. K. .Arthur, the genial secretary of tho farmers' ii.uloii hiis llnlshed threshing, but reports crops rather poor o;i account o^ cut worms, which seem to have pro\'iallcd more or ies� in th* district. .'f LOCATED THE WRECK Dover, Oct, 7.-;i)lvers today found tho. wreck of tl)e;'Br'tl>^'i submarluo Bi which was ruii down, and sunk with fifteen otncors and men last Frl-I day by the Hamburg American lluor Amorlka, '? Si, t.'aiHaviiios will have a new lice siguul system. po- A 8UCCE8.1FUL TREATMENT Mr�. Edw/aril'Kennedy, of Merlden, Conn,, 40 ye.�rs old, was advised by hor Phyalcjlin to try Dr. Iviartell's Female Pll'i, �ha did to with won. iUltB. Til dert'.il re w.-)ul'i Rpy st.i>>Udii*d liullB. Thousanda of. others lyithfi same. .20 years the , it your c.i".iBcr�t. ;