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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday; October THE LETiriiRTriGE DAILY TTERALP CANDIDATES i i IN THE HERALD'S SUBSCRIPTION COMPETITION The of-.the candidates (over forty in to he found in the Tiext col- umn, represent almost the entire tho Herald. The firut vote-stumlUijf will-appear next Tucsdtiy on votes received up to Mond.iy evening. %7otes will bo issued according to the advertised schedule. Any payment to a candidate by a person now taking the Herald extends ttio subscription from the date -the mibflcriber Iras paid. Votes all payments, whether in arrears or In advance. i; The List of Prizes house, to be. The Herald; or autonwbiifc of any mike; trip around the .world, all expenses paid, or cash, Eight hundred dollar Player Piano. Four hundred dollar McMillan Upright Piano. Two hundred and fifty dollar order.on any Lethbridge merchant advertis- Infl in the in cash, One" paVlar suite or dining room suite, to1 be purchased from an advertiser, or One hundred dollar Victrola and worth of records, or cash. Sixty'dollars in cash. Forty-five dollars In cash. Thirty dollars in cash. Twenty-five-dollars in-caih. Ten per cent commission to candidates who do not win a regular prize. The above prizes will be awarded to the ten candidates, regardless of residence, having'the.-highest leader having choice of first prize' options, the one standing second, having choice of the nine remaining prizes, headed by the player piano and so on, until ail the prizes are taken up. Value of Subscriptions FIRST PERIOD From beginning of con- test until November 6th. DAILY By Carri Sii months One year Two "years Three years DAILY HERALD-JBy Mall. Six months One year Two years Three years WEEKLY One year Two years Three' years ier: S 2.00 S 4.00 S.OO 53.00 59.00 20.000 51.60 33.00 ...J-I.BO How to Enter Contest Any person of good repute residiiis within the circulation zone of the Herald may en-tor and corniwte for the prizes.'' Use the Nomination Blaalf. IE you wish to have further particulars a representative of the Herald will call or write you -and explain everything. Plione 1732. As soon as your name has been'enter- ed receipt books and other supplies will be furnished, and candidate, 'may start to work at once. The contest will be divided into, three voting periods. Twenty per cent" more votes will be allowed during the first period than the second period and a fur- ther reduction of 20 per cent is made o-n the third period schedule, rpHE following bulletin contains the names of all the I Candidates in The Herald's Contest up to Wed- nesday Evening. .5000 6000 5000 6000 ASPLANU, BERNARD, Barnwell, 5000 ATKINSON, EDWARD, Bellevue, 5000 :BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN, Carmangay, Alberta........................ 5000 'BOISVERT, MISS YVENNE, 416-l2th St, A. N., city BRENNAN, W., St. South, city BARNETT, MISS GRAYCE, 210-10th St. South, city BIDAU1.T, J.'-A., 312-10th Si, South, CUNNINGHAM, TED, 214-lst Avc. South, city 5000 CRAIG, MISS PEGGIE, P. O. Bolt 514, city 5000 COOPER, MISS HAZEL, Cranbrook, B. C............................. 5000 ENGLISH, J. T., 501-19th St. North, 5000 FLETCHER, IRA, Magrath, Alberta................................ 5000 HUTTON, MISS EVA, 814-6th Ave., South, city 5000 HURLBUT, MISS PEARL, Bow Island, Alberta.................v 5000 HOULT, MRS. W., 406-19th St. North.............'.........-....'..... 5000 HANNON, MISS MYRTLE, Sweet Grass, 5000 HUNT, KENNETH P., Noble, 50PP HULITi-'MISS ARLIN, Warnerr, Alberta 5000 HAIG, RUSSELL, Claresholm, LEDIHGHAM, C. L., 508-5th Avc. South, city 5000 Pincher City, Alberta 5000 MEIKLE, GEORGE C., New Michel, B. 5000 MURPHY, JAMES, Jr., Burmls, Alberta.................-------------...... 5000 NEGREY; STEPHEN, 225-13IH St. North, city 5000 OLSON, MIES PEARL, 312-14th St. South, city...................... 6000 PATTERSON, MISS JEAN B., Blairmore, Alberta..................i' 5000 VIOLA, Taber, Alberta................................ 5000 PEARSON, G, W., Picture Butte, Alberta......... 5000 PETTIT, MiSS S. M., Cowley, PATTERSON, MISS JEAN, .Starland Theatre, REVILL, JOHN R., 617-14th St. South, city............. REDSHAW, MISS MARGARET, 267-19th St., North, city CONTEST RULES Any nian, woman, boy: or girl residing within the ci zone of the Herald may ontpr the contest. No employee of. the Herald is eligible. Contestants may nominate themselves or be nominated juy. The contest manager reserves the right to reject any .flomifl- without giving any reason for 80 doing. Contestants may secure subscriptions Votes will be issued according to the advertised schedule onlj. The management reserves the right to alter any contest or condition except that the value of the prizes shall not :be duced and that the advertised vote schedules tob the. different per- iods will not be altered In any way. Candidates must tlirn'in subscriptions as soon as received. In entering the contest candidates signify their intention to he governed by the above nites. 5000 5000 5000 5000 STIBBS, MRS, N. 0., 211-5th Avenue South, city..................... 5000 SKOUSON, Z. N., Raymond, Alberta.................................... 5000 SIMM, MISS CISSIE, 505.11th St. South, city SCOTT, MISS LOUISE, Macjebd, Alberta SELLENS, MISS DOROTHY, 908-7th Avenue South, city VOGAN'.rMISS THELMA, 61S-13th St. South, city WRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St., North city WEARMONTH, MISS B. C. 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 NOMINATION BLANK The Lethbridge Herald Prize Distribution Campaign 1912 I desire to make the following nomination: Name Residence .Nominated by i.> Address nomination Is good tor 5000 free vojei. Only one nomination will be 'accepted for each candidate. Names of persons making nominations will not be divulged. MINING EXPERTS TO VISIT US Big Delegation Will Be in Canada Next Year mining experts will be present, and the "Dominion government with the provincial government ami the rail- way corporations are preparing to show tlitlm Canada Visit Lcthhriclge After, the. session in Toronto they wilijlic the of Can- ad i and actoi dn_, t j present ar- ungcn ents. a pait oi the party will visit the Southern Alberta and Eastern H. C. coal fields, the largest I "That Canada's mineral wealth is 50 great that'll is beginning to at- tract the attention of the whole world may he seen from the tact jn Canada, so that will he llial three years ago, at the conven- jn tllo jtincrarv. in Sweden, the. World's Geolog- ical Congress about 2000 mining Will Attract Capital visit of these gentlemen means .e vs o e gen and experts voted almost. cji HudsOT unanimously to Hold the next sess.on jn aUl.acting much jn Canada. European capital to this country for So said one.of the most prominent purpose Of opening np and tnining experts o[ the Dominion to- our mineral resources. And day. Joseph O. B. Hudson, C. E., ju oiacl tllat wo maj- to of the mining branch of the Depart-; them all the information possiUe.'tho meat of Mines, arrived in the city department has men out going all {yesterday and in an interview with OVer tltp countrv preparing statis- the Herald outlihecl the visit of the tics, and mapping' on! lie best routes Geological Congress to Canada nest for jno various parties so that they year, when they will meet in Toron- wm worth seeing." I Mr. Hudson has been on his prcs- plans are being made for l ent tour for the past four months, 'the entertainment of the visiting dele-1 and has in that time gathered sta- jates from every country. It has tistics regarding the mineral wealth been estimated that at least 12001 of this country which will be of the greatest use to intending investors in our mineral lands. The depart- ment .is now turning its attention more particularly to the commercial side of the mining industry of the country'rather thajl to the geological side as such statistics as total output, freight rates, and adaptability of coal to producer gas purposes are receiving special atten- tion. The producer gas phase of the scmihituminous coal output is being carefully considered for it is estimat- ed that; this question lias a very di- rect hearing on the future of the mu- nicipal utilities of the towns and cities of the west. The department is therefore making tests of the coal found in the various centres such as Edmonton, Lethbridge and Fernie, and the results of these tests will l'e furnished in the next reports of ttie departments. Mining Developing Rapidly "The development of the coal in- dustry in Western said Mr. is certainly amazing. New and complete plants spring up in a season, with tile output of an old es- tablished mine. The Chinook and Lethbridge Collieries plants are evir dences of this. West of Edmonton there IMS been enormous development all along the I do not think the development has been too the market." ?.Ir. Hudson has Jnst :comc from a visit through the Pass and said he finds the coal camps all flourishing, their, only difficulty being that there is a scarcity of cars, a condition which it is hard to avoid. Investigated Bcllevue Disaster Another thing in which Mr. Hud- son is interested is the action along the line of life-saving stations in the Alberta mines. It will he remem- bered that Mr. Hudson was sent out by the Mines Department to investi- gate intu the causes of the Bellevuc disaster a couple of years 'ago, and it was his finding which had a great deal to do with the establishment of the four life saving stations now in the Alberta fields. While in the city for the next couple; of days Mr. Hud- son will visit the Lethbridge sta- tion. He says the. Fltiess apparatus with which the stations are 'equipped give excellent results. IT'S JUDGE HAULTA1N, "NOW Regina, Oct. was said late today that while, the appointment of P. G. Haultaln, K.C., as successor to Chief Justice Wetmore had not been gazetted, it was practically- certain that it had been unofficially made. The resignation of Chiet Justice Wetmore, of the .Supreme Court, of Saskatchewan, was today accepted by the Department oE Justice at Ottawa, according to an announcement here this morning. Tho resignation dales from today. DON'T RETURN MONEY QUICKLY FEATURE OF YOUNG ENG- LISHMEN ASSISTED TO COME TO CANADA London, Oct. A; his evidence before the Royal commission now emiuiriiig into empire trade con- cisions, Sir Clement of the Central Immigration board, said that immigration suffered from the apathy of the Home government aud also lack.of continuity in policy on the part of tuo overseas dominions. Sir Clement, who is a well- knowii publicist and journalist, having for a long time been associated with the late Cecil raation of an imperial board of im- migration for tho benefit of all over- seas dominions. Pressed Sir ttid- er TJaggard as, to whether" there was a surplus of agricultural laV-or in Brit- ain with which to supply the domin- ions, the witness admitted thme was noc much further exploit the homo agricultural jiopuhition for im- migration purposes. I Toward of the Church Army, said tha.t money ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS FUTURE SAILINGS (Si. Lawrence Route) LIVERPOOL OCT. NOV. 1 2 9 15 MONTREAL QUEBEC EMPRESS OF BRITAIN... .....FRIDAY EMPRESS OF IRELAND LAKE CMAMPLAIN ......SATURDAY, LAKE MANITOBA ..............SATURDAY, EMPRESS OF BRITAIN...........FRIDAY SPECIAL TO LONDON (DIRECT) MOUNT TEMPLE, SUN. NOV. 17.....LAKE MICHIGAN, SUN. NOV. 14 Last St. Lawrence Future Sailing from Sti John WEEKLY SAILINGS Unequalled Stcond, Third Complete details on application. Berth reservation! can now be made with any Railway or Steamship Agent for Chrlttmaa ships or write J. S. CARTER, General Agent, 210 Portage Avt., Winnipeg. advanced by tire -society 31 young ini-l Kev. P. H. the of migrants -sailing for Canada, came j Watrous. Sask., who gave up thot charge to found the Goote Lake Mil' back very slowly but the Quaenla-nd lads repaid the money advanced to tbo last penny. has accepted an 3nrrta.Uon to again assume- charge tt..Watroiw. OFTHEOUEEN .1 TT1 Fain if Go to the TERPS A Marvellous Pantomime 'clock Performance Begins at 8 o'clock sharp M DOORS OPEN AT See the Wonderful Dry-Farming Ballet GOING ;