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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LrnruumnK DAi r.Y HEKAIVD Tiicsdjiy, O.Hobei' 13, TWO DAYS MORE IN WHICH TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKET FOR THE TERRS New Auditorium, Thursday, October Great Dancing Carnival Coronation of the Queen of the Dry-Farming Congress Tlic Candidate rereiviiis the highest number of votes in voting contest will be irowned Qut-t'ii of ilie Seventh Intemutional DryPaniiinjc ami Her Royal Hlj-'hness will cumnuuiil tin1 fetitvhiea of Uie Spectacular Double, Quick Manual of Arms and Military Tactics, by the Lethbridge Cadets, 120 strong, under direction of Dritlmsster Filrner- Flaming Torch' Dance and Juggling Act. Parallel Ear and Indian Club Swinging. Wrestling and C. A. Athletic Class. sues toward defraying expenses of 'eiuu'ruiminy; UK- Congress. Every citizen of .Lethbridse must help. Remember Thursday Night, 8 o'clock, New Auditorium. Vote for Your Favorite Candidate for Congress Queen Thirty dainty misses in a musical poem, depicting flu- (nmvM'onnaihm of the arid plains from ilis sun-hni'ned waste into Hie Howei-ing iund of plenty. A beautiful a Ik-gory written and performed especially' for The Intmuuional Dry-Farming in -A iJaxzlins Kaleidoscope Picture of girls and sorgeoits cos- itiuies'telling the siory of the Awakening of the Kanh' to of its under the Maiui.s of The Dances 'Tbe Slumber Dance Earth Khea. The Awakening of KtirMi. The .Merry 1-Jlves of the "Growing Crop. The Sower and UK? Sunshine. .The Rain ami tlip Reaper. The Harvest Dance. Lyrics and Poem arranged by-K. B. Shaw. Costuming in charge of Mrs. A. Southard., Panning in charge of Mi-jses Binvden and Jones. Music in charge of Downer. Orchestration under direction of .Mr. Gaskill. Rollicking Scotch Folk Dances The Hornpipe ;3word Pumuiig Scotch Reel. Hy .Major .lames Home, Pipers Fyfo, Andrews and Nai.stnith, assisted by ihu Cull Pipers' Hanuv Gaskell's Augmented Orchestra Vote for the Congress Queen Each ticket Terpsifdte carries a coupon tfoutl for ten voios for "the Queen. Tlio'th'reo candidates are .Misses Audrey Neate. l-'da Natch, ajid Uicile tfcksforiii. Select, your candidate, place a cross opposite her iiamn. tear oft1 the.coupon and place it in the ballot-box In Jackson Co., Drny Store window. Contest Closes Wednesday, Oct. 16th, 9 p.m. THE. FOLLOWING WILL PARTICIPATE IN- THE ALLEGORICAL MISS "RHODA-WRIGHT, MISS ELAINE CONYBEARE MISS MABEL LLOYD MISS MYRL O'HAGEN MISS HELENA SIMPSON MISS EFFIE WALLACE MISS LEAH YOUNG MISS BESSIE LITTLE MISS GLADYS OTT MISS AVRIL LITTLE MISS IZY GORDON MISS MAMIE MCLEAN MISS ELLA BRYAN MIES MARION McCAMBLEY MISS ADAIR SIMPSON MIES KATHLEEN GORDON MISS DOROTHY.OTT MISS AVIS SMITH MISS EDITH BALL MISS BESSIE KERR MISS PHYLISS SCHAKLE MISS DORIS SMITH MISS EDITH BAWDEN MISS JEAN GLENISTEP. MISS EDNA WHITNEY Remember! New Auditorium Tickets Children under 12 years 50c G, N. MAKES SPECIAL RATES fare for the rowirt trip between ways and Letliliriclge. This; rare ap-J Northern Pacific and'O, W. R. N. from -Ktagsgule or j Participating Carriers in Low Sv.-tHg'nuH. as gateways, v.-Jiero Can-! Tariff Fare to.the Lelh- t udian I'ncitii. tickets are purchased.! bridge Convention j Tickets will be .on gale October Seattle, Wash., A. Ross, assistant general passenger ugeiu of the Great Northern, announces a spe- cial convention rate for the Dry-Farm )ng Congress at Lethhriilfse. Oct. ii'-lifi, tickets to he sold over that road on the certiilcaie plan at one and one-third fare for ilie round trip to the Canadian Pacific jiaiewajis, where passengers re-buy over the Canadian Pacific Railway on a busis of tme-way SERVICES. ARE POPULAI and all stations on the Great Northern in Idaho and "Washington, and also ail HOW HOSMER PRESBYTERIANS suuions iu Oregon on the rnad.s men-' KEEP TOGETHER tioned and at all stations on the Can- adian Pacific; and Great Norihen British Columbia. IN THE LACK OF A" PASTOR. 0- brirk store erecred in Perdue, Sjsk. r, aiitl wi'uc very EXCURSION THROUGH RATES TICKETS To Great Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia and TtiB Continent On Sale Daily, NOV. 7th to DEC. 31st SPECIAL HXCURvSI-DX SUFI'S EMPRESS OF 15 EMPRESS OF IRELAND NOV. 29 LAKE 7 EMPRESS OF 13 EMPRESS OF 27 Birth Rescrvatior.i, Tickets and from any Railway or Steanv Agent or Write S. C'AKTKR. General Ajent, Porlage Avc., Winnipeg. Charges Idle'' Rich With Being Responsible for Industrial Discontent Loiivlon, Oi.'i. has been a flutter of alarm and excKemenr in society dovecote? over ihe fierce de- Tin- son-- service by ihr limitation nf ibc .idle -rich by ui ilit- Presliytcrian Arniibishop of Fork at UK- -fhiirtili i-linreh un Sfmday piTHiug last, in ihe njuKrens Miildieaboroiiah. In hi- by ihose of the j.n-seul indusrWii inv present. The vice was io ;i ceriaiti PXU'iti an cxjicrnnf-iii ami it is iu be j? i', nui patent." he asked, Impi'il itmi tlmse responsible will ,.e to spi; iiini Around again on 1 Mniifl.iy anil hnpc that his cosuplcte ir-t.-oVL-ry is unly a jiuUU'r i-l" ;L lew luxury arc more reaiionsibk- for tiw uitterncss and discontent li'au agitators and their sneers. It is you tha.r discredit wealth' and jjrovolre whal. you as schomes of spoliation. _ "The church has no commission to take Hides with any particular policy, its commission is to get the moral for' platiitift; Hall for- tR-fcndnnt. International Harvester Oo. vs Bow- Uiinlop for plnin- iifr- .loluistone Hitchio fcr defeud- Oal'hraith Vs-Kolsia: W. S. Ball for defemhnu in person.1 l-'ioiieer Lumber Co. vs .lonus; jilaii tiff, in jH-rson: rt'-jfeudant iti nprson. Ys'.Iorjinsoii: PaiuHM- .t Lew-j JB for pliiiiiiiff; Ccnybeare fc i.uh iuirml .slioiv-. 1111; cm UVilnra.Uiy .mil even-! [cursjons OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LOIH'.E YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes nellinii; ihe MI c Uiai llic is "'i I u conned ion Round trip rate from Lethbridge to has IransarU-il nmsi lilisila-ss in l.hr illicit-sis ol III I mad 1 UV niiili-rsliinil thai .Mr. i! cif ihi- Lumber J.lnl, iiitmcls H'avini; C.inaila Mill- ii.ry iiuiirr io si-pk liis .Joy- jlinii! in AiiKlralia, wliere wish INKOHMATION ArPI.Y TO Lethbridge Branch C, G, JL Nourse, Mgr, A FINE NEW SCHOOL Montreal, S64.35; to St. John 572.35. DAT MS Nov. 7., Dec. 31., lUMiini limit r. from date of Liberal extension privileges j rail and visitor iri I'OM n One in District Court Docket Tin; following is tho docket for the f.itMngrf.of tho District court, which ojifriioc! ti'tlny with Judge pre- Large Debt Ltnnbftr Co. vs fcwiixcr: Hbujihord ft for phiiniiff-. I'al-j niyf ft fop dofrnrlani. I.osHlit V. 1 for plaint tiff; Shepherd ;ind Unnlop for Ilcss vs .Mayborry; Pulmcr fc Lewis} lor nbiniiff: Slu.-plient and lor dt-lendiint. Small Debt Stfj-ling Hefinini- vs Hunnu: Shcpboixl ft for jtliiiiiitiT: in person. McNoely l.mnboi- Co. vs. Hftunio: JoluisitiiH- Hituliio for doioudiiiii. in person. Dominion Mojit Co. vs Iteid ;IIK! Stuikor; Ilitchle (lefemlniUri in I'.oraon. RiSPlOu- tt FJnU-Iior vs '.Mr-How; Palniev Lewis for uiamt.ih'; dcl'oixN ;uii. in person. Steamship Tlckoia, apply 10 S. B. ct vs Clulf: ft of tliinl bip j Mitchell, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge, or Tor pljuiuiff: di'fomlnni in srliouHiousn Mils year will ho ,o ncbool will I Iw the Princiiuit Sparlinjc. nntlj R. G, McNEILLlE, will cosr. vuiiipleic, about r Dist. Passenger Agent, 1> or son. PniUjtl Kditors vs Palmor; Shoji- ft Ouulop for plaintiff; defend- ant in person. i Calgary, AIU.1 Mm'ru_.y va T.iylor .t McGuire; Mac- ItiMt1 alillity. eviieriem-e and an up-io-daic yon very he.st value in printed inuitcr. 1101 make your a force-nil and distinctive one? HERALD SERIVCE is the most, profitable advertising iiicdhim in which yon cnn i'lvcsi. .Our hi ft1 Modern Priming- Plant, is always n-adv to do your hidding. The Herald Job Dept PHONE 1252 DRAWER L. V-1- L ;