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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Hominy; October 1 THE DAILY HERALD HAVE YOU PURCHASED YOUR TICKET FOR E TERPSIFETE New Great Dancing Carnival October 17th, at 8 p.m. Spectacular Opening of Dry-Farming Congress Festivities Coronation of the Queen of the Dry-Farming Congress The Candidate receiving the highest number, of votes iu tho voting contest will crowned Queen of the Seventh International DryFarmlng Congress, and Her Boyal Highness will command the festivities of tho Terpslfete. Spectacular Double Quick Manual of Armi and Military Tactlci, by tho Lethbridge Cartels, .120 strong, under direction of. DrljimMUr Fllmtr. Flaming Torch Dance and Juggling Act, Bar and Indian Club Swinging, Wreitllng and M, 0. A. Athletic Clan. Every dollar goes toward defraying of entertaining the Congress. Every citizen.of Lcthbridgo must -help. Remember Thursday Nighti 8 o'clock, New Auditorium. Thirty dairity'njisaea iu a musical poem, depicting the transformation of'the arid plains from the waste into tho flowering land of plenty. A beautiful allegory written and performed especially' for The' International Dry-Farming Congress' in Lethbridfe. A dazzitaK Picture of pretty girln and gorgeous cos- tumes tolling tho story of the Awakening of the Earth to the Fnllnejs of its Opportunities under the Hands of Man. The Dances The Slumber-Danco Earth Given. The AVakening of the Mighty Earth. The Merry Elves of the Growing Crop. The Sower and ths Sunshine. The Rain arid the Reaper; The Harvest Dance. Lyrics and Poem arranged by R. B. Shaw. Costuming In charge of Mrs. A. Southard. Dancing in charge of Misses Bawden and Jones. Jiusic in charge of Miss Downer. Orchestration under direction of Mr. Oasklll. Rollicking Scotch Folk Dances The Sword Dance; the Famous Scotch Reel. By Major Home, Pipers Fyfc, Andrews and Nniamith, assisted by the full Band. Gaskell's Augmented Orchestra Vote for the Congress Queen Bach ticket to the Terpiilete carries a coupon good for ten votes for the Queen. The three candldatei are Misses Audrey Neate, Eda, Hatoh. and Lucilo Eckstorra. f elect 7Crar i candidate, place a cross opposite her name, tear off the coupon' and place It in the ballot-box- in Jackwo ft Co.. Drug Store window. Contest Cloies Wednesday, Oct. 16th, 9 p.m. THE FOLLOWING WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE ALLEGORICAL VANCES: MISS RHODA WRIGHT MISS ELAINE CONYBEARE MISS MABEL LLOYD MISS MYRL ,0'HAGEN MISS HELENA SIMPSON EFFIE WALLACE MIB6 LEAH YOUNG MI8S BESSIE LITTLE MISS GLADYS OTT MISS AVRIL LITTLE MISS IZY GORDON MISS MAMIE McLEAN MISS ELLA BRYAN MISS MAPMON McCAMBLEY MISS ADAIR SIMPSON MISS KATHLEEN GORDON MISS DOROTHY OTT MISS SMITH MISS EDITH BALL MISS BESSIE KERR MISS PHYLISS SCHAKLE MISS DORIS SMITH MISS EDITH BAWDEN MISS JEAN GLENISTER MISS EDNA WHITNEY THE TERPSIFETE New Auditorium Tickets FIRST LIST OF CANDIDATES WILL APPEAR THURSDAY Iu Thursday's Herald Will be Printed the Names of the Candidates so far Entered in the Subscription more Additional Names as were Received up to Saturday Should be Enroll- ed and Then the List Will Not be a Long- one- Plenty Eoom for You. 'As stated several times, the con- j candidates, both in the city of Leth- fest starts with each individual can- bridge and outside towns. dates, who do not win a regular prize. The above prizes will be awarded to the ten candidates, regardless ot resi- dence, having the highest vote, the leader having choice of first prize-op-: tions, the one standing second, hav- ing choice of the nine remaining pri7r- ,es, headed by the player piano, and no on, until all the prizes are taken HUDSON'S BAY MARSHES ARE EASILY DRAINED WILL OFFER NO SERIOUS OB. STACLE TO RAILWAY BUILD- ING OPERATIONS didate when he gets busy on his own behalf. The publication of the names ant entered means to win a prize, and, strive toward that end. I Thirty-live hundred dollars' worth !of prizes arc not offered every day, especially when all it requires to will A number have sent in iniormati< blanks. This does not, constitute nomination, simply brings a letter from the contest department giving; Toronto, Oct. L. B. I Stewart of the University of Toron- to, who has spent the last four months in the district oi Patricia, five-mile strip on Hudson Bay further particulars If you wisn to, n (he enter the competition send m the. returned to Toronttf ester- i day. During the, summer he has teen "Nomination lilank." receive all the supplies necessary to start to work at once, and you arc not required to wait' for the puhliea- engaged in surveying and laying out I a portion oi the new district, Sir. actly 'nergy. Tlie competition ends of the names. y two weeks before Christmas- otncrs nave phoned iu asking how .J. B.' Tyrrell, of Toronto, was charge of the party, which included Mr. W. McPherson, a University jjust in time, for the winners oi the manj, wanting to "ot 'Torouto man one other white man J cash prizes (and all the prizes except- know ir ,jsti is or a of Indians, who acted ing the pianos, may be taken in cash) always room for use a- portion oi this money for raat.ter liow long the list as eanoelMen and guides. While the land within fifty or six- ty miles of the Bay is mostly marsh j Christmas needs, and in most, cases :have a nice nestegg to start off the new year with. For instance, the winner ot the first prize, if the workjl art: j; opimon H coM SEVEN AFTER 1913 CONGRESS LIVELY RIVALRY WILL TEND TO MAKE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBIT ALL THE LARGER If anyone has forgotten that the HAIR PUT ON HEAD IN PHOTO; OBJECTS COURT SAYS SPOKANE M. D. NEED NOT PAY BILL FOR CUT (have put on a toiipee'.'and they have, I failed to live up to the contract. 1 give judgment for the defendant." Portland, Ore., Oct. Latest re- turns from the Oregon potato crop Spokane, Oct. It the fore part Indicate a total production of of your head is so sparsely covered j odd hushels potatoes. The 1911 OREGON POTAT6 CROP BUMPER Yield of. Expected to Send Down. with hair that it amounts to bald- cr0p was bushels. The iu Dry-Farming Congress session nnd ex-; au ongravel: aitcmpts to iin-l crease this season is due both to In- position opens iu Lethbridge one week prove on nature by making and pub- j creased acreage and to the greater from today let him take a car to the lishing your photograph with a ton- j ylela per acre .conservative estimates place the (Otato yield in Oregon this season at ,n average of 200 bushels per acre i The acreage of potatoes srown and Peace S. C. Hyde. fair grounds, and behold the scene of Pro 'covering the barrenness and you dlsllko toupees, then the picture is activity there in the exposition de- not a partment, ana he will realize that tne affair is close at hand, and that it is likeness and you don't! pay for it, according to Jus- j to five car loads of exhibit material. THE SULTAN OF TURKEY is going to capture the next session of j Did Kot Want Toupee the Congress without the stiffcst light I Ur. Emory said lie was not trying lourneu convention OE ever put up. then Oklahoma is mis- to hide bis baldness, and that h taken Even with Missouri coming i he hud a picture taken showing that,, strong, there will be otter "show me" j Ms hair was thinning he didn t want ___..---------------------- MR. MILLS WILL RUN ;erlin. Out., Oct. 12.-r-.-U the ad- journed convention of the North Wat- eld at the Wat- erloo Town Hall on Saturday noon, Ilichard Reid, who bad .been tendered the nomination for the bye- election, withdrew hie nanii; follow- ing r.-hk-h Alderman C. P. (Mills, of Berlin, v.-ns unanimously states iu evidence. Exactly seven cities are i to hide it under a toupee, lie said 1 At this stage of the contest, can- and muskeg', the swamp is not oi didates who have entered arc doing any great depth, and Professor Stew- little more than preliminary art is of the opinion that it could .t..v mapping oul a campaini anil getting easily be drained and would offer no Rood alter being exceptionally lib-: a No one ah stnrt scrious obstadcs to railronrt builders. year. after .ho big'Cou'gress for I he was not getting what he contract-1 Regina is the only Cnu-1 cli 'or. taken, will have at least -eral in Christmas purchaEes. Think 'of it One thousand dollars velvet for likely less than seven weeks of actual hustling It seems too good to be true, hut the Herald's guaran- tee is hack of this that will he. a handicap to candidate. The prizes are here. The tirr.-e is now. Where are you new Engineers of the Hudson Hay rail- I way are in the field locating a line, land contractors are at work grading i ironi Pas Mission northward for sev- i eral hundred miles. As to the weather, Professor Sicw- a-dian city in the ruunins, but it is generally conceded that the head- tiuarters of tile Congress will be in the United States in 191S. The seven be satisfied, as he got more than he asked for, and that instead of the picture showing a toupee, it was cities which have doclarcd tholr in- retouch-i tentions of going after the plum are ed a tairs ,icstrDy-i Oklahoma City. Okla.; Phoenix, Arij..-, jn to im. Los Angeles, Cal.: San c thc Cal.; Salt Like City, Utah; St. Louis, j "The defendant slmuld not com-i Missouri, and Rpgina, Sask. if ije given more hair than he' 'it Special contest oflicc is in the Aca- i street A., Lcthhridge, is a prize well; Herald or automobile of any men but Mr. Tyrrell came oiit jworth working not to mention ov a trip the world, same way. Mr. Tyrrell is comini McMillan piano, made by nj, or cash, same firm. If you arc buying the S600 Angclus piano. jAngelus player piano, you I McMillan upright piano. overland to Lake Xepigon and will i not reach Toronto until tho end of the month. Professor Stewart the bid for the Congress last year they ig out i believe they hove the prior claim, especially as the International Ir- in that city Toupee Sensitive Afiair Attorney Sam Stern answered by saying that the toupee question was a sensitive affair, anc! that, he knew Jexactly SSOO for it, thc McMillan pi-j S250 wtlet QI1-any Lethbridge roer- York Factory on September 2nd. iano would cost you S400. Then cnant advertising in the Herald, or j lows seven, having a cash val- jonij v i tue of S200 down to S25. And. that's pari0r 5Ujtc Or dining room j suite, to be purchased irom an TRYING TO SAVE COMPANION I Toronto, Oct. 15. H, A. Shutt, aged i rlgation Congress meets left again next year. Regina, however, men who did not like thc mention of must not be overlooked, for L. T. Me- i the fact thai they wore toupees. Donald, their Board of Trade com- i "This case seems to have developed 84. eldest son of William Shutt, of in the inot all. Every active candidate u, contest who fails to win one of. vertiser, or S125 cash. regular prizes will he paid 10 j, d 0, vc'c. Clinton, was drowned in cent, commission upon all or ion cash I Bay dial-riot, while attempting to savi, Ascription collrctions. In that way, SfiO.llO cash ilw life of a companion. The fclaliiy the competitors are protected. In i rasii. oceumd cu Augiinf hut ne'ws easli. II01 reach until yeeter- Herald contest you sinnd reliance of working for nothing. for J uioi'e 1 rusli. 'i'hn deceased v.T.n a lucr.lber of 'I'm :u-r rent, t-omriiissiuli to i-andi- :t mifisioner, has the matter In hand an4 into a hair-raising case, 2nd now my will put forth every effort to capture opponent makes it hair-splitting and' will bring a full! affair." snid Attorney Stern. "Snpvi the Congress, quota of delegate? ''elD llim Ao Work line hcen started oil a WK Mcol brid.c'o acvoflr {he Rattle viver directly north of the town of these publishers had published a picture of Dr. Rmory with Colonel I Kidpath's alfalfa, or m.-ide him crnss- yfd, world (hat he a likeness Miss l.lbhy testified i.hat Ilir In- uirtde did uol carry a toi'ppp. .liisfict' Hyiip aeain picti res aiiii reniaciicti tliat "it looks like PRINTING That is Different You caiiiiot ovcrosi imate the importance of your Catalogues Booklets Circulars Mailing Curds and Office Stationery, etc. have tjie ability, experience and sn up-to-date plant to give tho very best value in printed matter. Why not make your message a forceful aad distinctive one? HERALD SERIVCE is the prpfitable advertising medium In which you can Invest. Our big Mod-era Printing Plant is always ready to do your bidding. The Herald Job Dept. PHONE 1252 DRAWER L. ;