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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ii-'i.r--- THE LETH^jkiDQE DAILY HEllALU SatiiiMlay, October Iff, lOlg iig on Your Votes 'he First Voting Day on For Tuesday's Issue of The Herald Next Tuoadfty Ihp Herald's popular iirizo competition will have the Jjjflrst small thrill f6r tli^ candidates and their friends and supportors. Vcjt'es issued upon subscriptions will be added on Monday evening for ^,n\ie8daj''s'issue of the paper. Nothing spectacular la expected, yet a few �ot>th6 candidnteB will likely como to the front. ; { - III order that any candidate may lead the voting, ami In fairness to the iortes \vl\o hjive not yet nindp a etart. a limit nill be placed on the tuimbxjr ^jvotes a candidate may bo published. The nomination counts for .lOOO, ud contestants who have the votes miy add 15,000, making 20,000 In all, ir Tuesday's standing. On each voting day. thereafter until further notice '�v candidate may have 13,000 votes added above the highest score on the dt voting d...................; 5000 CRAIG, MISS PEGGIE, P. O. Box 514, city........................ 5000 COOPER, MISS HAZEL, Cranbrook, B. C............................ 5000 ENGLISH, J. T., 501-mh St. North, city ............................. 5000 FLETCHER, IRA, Magrath, Alberta............................... fiW� HUTTON, MISS EVA, SH-eth Ave., South, city .............. ...... 5000 HURLBUT, MISS PEARL, Bow Island, Alberta...................... 6000 HOULT, MRS. W., 406.19th St. North, City .......................n 5000 HUNT, KENNETH P., Noble, Alberta.............................. 5000 HULIT, MISS ARLIN, Warnerr, Alberta ............. .............. 5�>00 HAIG, RUSSELL, Claretholm, Alberta............................ 6000 LEDINOHAM, C. L., 508-5th Ave. South, city................ ...... 5000 MARSHALL, W. M., Taber, Alberta................................. 5000 MEIKLE, GEORGE C, New Michel, B. c..... ................ 5000 MURPHY, JAMES, Jr.,.Burmis, Alberta............................. 5000 NEGREY, STEPHEN, 225-13th St. North, city..................... 5000 OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312.14th St. South, city ..................... 5000 PATTERSON, MISS JEAN B., Blalrmore, Alberta................... 8000 PEARSON, C. W., Picture Butte, Alberta........ ........ ........ 5800 PELLETIER, MISS AGNES, PIncher Creek, Alberta................ 5000 PETTIT, MISS S. M., Cowley,"Alberta ................... .......... 5000 PATTERSON, MISS JEAN, Sterland Theatre,.................... 5000 READ, EDWARD, Pincher Station, Alberta ........................ 5000 REVILL, JOHN R., 617-14th St. South, City.......................... 6000 RED8HAW, MISS MARGARET, 267-19th St., North, city............. 5000 8TIBBS, MRS, N. C, 211-6th Avenue South, city ................... 5000 SKOUSON, Z. N., Raymond, Alberta'......................... 5000 SIMM, MISS CISSIE, 505.ilth St. South, city ...................... 5000 SCOTT, MISS LOUISE, Maeleod, Alberta ........................... 5000 SELLENS, MISS DOROThV', 908-7th Avenue South, eity ............ 5O0O TVEIT, MRS. HIQE, Sweet Grass, Montana ........................... 5000 VOGAN, MISS THELMA, 619.13th St. South, city .................... 5000 VVHIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St., North, City........................... 6000 WEARMONTH, MISS FLORA, Fernie, B. C.................. ...... 6000 CONTEST RUUES Any man, woman, boy or girl residing within tiitetciruulalloii ^one of the Herald may �nter the conteet. r : No Miptoyee of (ho Herald Is eligible. \ ' > -Conteatants may noinitiate themselves or be noiiiinated by � _frlond._ � _ _ ' \ \ "The CDijiiftt. manager reserves the right to rojbct�any nbmltt-.S.'.L^P!JIilSsy.'JLS'*'',PS."F'>'^^^^^ f""* doing. ^ ' ' Conteatattts may securo subscriptions anywhere.'l ' , ya|fff.will be Issued according to tlieadvort^sed'acbedule onlr-i 'FhVt.WWIBeinent reaerveB the ritht Iq alter ^nyt^QntjiP^t rule or conditionrfKcept that the value 6t the prizes'sttall hi>V be^ re-ducOd and tht^t the advertised vote a�hedulea for the* different per-lofia will.no^ |)e altered in any way: Ca^^ldatea must turn in aubsoriptions asvapon as iwoeHved. In 'snyvtjftg'tlio contest caiididatea signify tl>jlrHl*�ntlon to he governed by the above rules. ' ' NOmNATlON BM^^ ,Lded.i*?.lo^l>?^i^llimRfc�cl l.�\^...................... . . .,1 vM^inoniioatioas.>vjll not be divulged. rr. R. K. McLean, -Calgairy, Address-^"Educating the Boy for the �im! tWJST & GUARANTEE COMPANY - � -AUTHORIZBD TO'ACT-AS -IISTKATOR, TRUSTEE, ASSIGNEE, - GUARDIAN . ' INFANTS, ETC., ETC. OF �nt oC Funds Jn MortgagOB-for cIIeBts; and Collection of 1 Agreement payments given special attention. NNER OF AGENCY BUSINESS TpANSACTED 'IDENT, GUARANTEE, ETC,,. INSURANCE information. Ita .We are at your service J. S. Haxton Manager Farm," Dr. J. H. Worst, President North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo. Address-"Farm Hoiies of our Country," Slii^lTma E. Miathews, Superintendent Oklahoma "Woiijan's Institutes, "Oklahoma City. Song-Mr. McLean. Address-^Dr. James A. JIcLean, President University of Idaho, Moscow. Address-Miss LUla A. Harkens, Professor of Department of Home Science, Afontana State College of Agriculture, Bozeman. Notice to lyiemben of the Press The International Farm Woman's Press Association will hold a business meeting in the Presbyterian Church at 5 o'clock. All women writers Invited. , Notice to Delegates Reception to all delegates at the Auditorium at 8.30 o'clock. Presen-tation of Exposition Trophies. SECOND SESSION Wednesday Morning, October 23rd, 9.30 o'ctoek. (Farm Woman'a Day) Song-Selected, Mr. Rhynd Jamleson, .Lethhrldge. Address-"One Farm Woman to Another," Jlrs. A. iM. Kepper, Win-field, Iowa. Address-"Modern Kitchen Equip- ' ment in Dollars and Sense," Mrs. � John Harbert, JIanzanola, Colorado. Address-"Poultry' on.the Farm," Mrs. A. Cooper, Treesbarik,'Manitoba. Address-"The Good and Bad in Dairying," Mrs. Laura Rose Stephens, Huntington, Quebec. Address and DeroanBtration of Home Canned Fruit, VOteta'bles and Meats -Mrs. Ernest Norman, (Mirror I.Ake. B. C. Address-"Clothing for the Growing Child," Mrs. Leslie M. Stavert, Winnipeg. AFTERNOON Muois. , Address-"Farmers' .Sons," Mrs. W.-L. Clark, Leamington, On'tario. Address-"Education for Girls,", Mrs. J. Muldrew, Principal Alberta Ladles College, lied Deer, Alberta. Address-"Opportunities for Young People in Country." ISIrs. M, R. Watt, Victoria, B. C. � Address-'^Modern Methods in the Country Church," Hev. Matthew Brown MoNutt, Napervllle, Illinois. FOURTH SESSION Friday Morning, October asth, 9.30 o'clock, Song-Selected, Miss C,. Simm, Leth bridge. Address-"What the Agricultural Col-leges are Doing for Girls," iMlss Grace Shepherd, Boise, Idaho. Address-"Report of the Ontario Women's Institutes," Prof. George W. Putnam, Toronto. Song-Miss-.Simm. Report of Committees, Election of OBlcers. Conference of Institute Workers ^ in Sunday School Room, In charge of Prof. Putnam, immediately at the close of the morning session. AFTERNOON Address-"The Food Problem' from an Economic and Nutratlve Standpoint," with Demonstrations, Miss S. Bawden, Lethbrldge, assisted by Miss Helen . McKillop, Mlss' Gladys Downer and Miss Elaine Cony-beare. 4n fQuch ^itb Canadianiyevelbpment iEvery.citizen of Canada owes it ,toJhijBi6elf to.(kieepUu.oiioi'C''- sixial ancT,'flnapciai dcvdJpRment of Canada. ly* ^ttfptm^d concernipK the industrial, commeit .vTME.-riNANCJAL ^post'OF canada vives � fcowtplffte and accurate summary,,every week, of oonaitlon� in CaawJda-. Ji�>JB.Mel-'naB-:4>utlpk.^BacurityReviw,;Bond Situation, and artiuliaa on - �atate,'.iHid. other iorms of InnieBtmenr, are of raluetnoti^nif^to In- vaators, .hwf to. all clasMB- ;:t^�^Wnamc�al:^.R9!8t tejarflt- > ten in.^pointlar. and int*re8t|^l|ig style so that .an^MHi* qah yvilar-.-aiand.. �' �"'  . � - .'.� jTHE financial POST,Ib quoted as anautitority-oailf Atfairi.ln Canada, United States .�nd,GreaU^rlt�ta. , -.'ji;ha Inyeaters'i Infermatleh, Buraaii id free taaciisaertfearfc,' >=Writ� for-sample copy, and further information. . I an absolutely safe investment our s juid be investigated. Call or write PhonC^ for particulars and booklet uid C^ARANTEE Compansiv Limited ig--' � I �' .iiiii�.rt'4fc.�u fThe.Canadian *Jawsp�per,,for li:iy,ta�ep'.' . ^ / fFi:.0. �HfBBA�D,,-,Wfftarn.;M.ai�j|f� . ' ^ ' S01ulJ|#mi�|on Tr*iatf,Bu�W*��  �  � RjiOINA, SMIC. AFTERNOON Song-Selected, Miss Stella Lombard, Ixithbridgo. Address-"Kitcheiifag," Mrs. C, E, .'Vmidon, Fargo, North Dakota. Address-"The .Woman's Part in the Country Life Movement," Dr. Liberty li. Bailey, Cornell University, Ithaca, New 'Vork. Song-Miss Lomi)ard. Address-"Our Daily ' Bread," Miss ' Alice Ravenhill, Vancouver, B. C. | iVddvess-"History and Eivolution of* the Flax Industry In the West,'"* iMrs. H. C. Olberg, Minneapolis, Minnesota. ^ THIRD SESSION ' Thursday Morning, Oeteber 24th, 9.31^ o'clock. (Chlldron'ai Day) MusicV-KIitie Band, Uopoiyiif, Credentials' Committee. I A(k- ' �TSuR^nics," Prof^Altred' At-' [if �ran, Montij _ Sjpglcal m THE TRENCH XOLLiAPSED ' Toronto, Oct. 18.-SamuelSnape, a steam fitter, was killed this morning, 'when ho was buried hy the collapse of a trench in which ho was working. >Ie was rescued halt-an-hour later, but lite was e.xtinct. VISITORS IN LETHBRiOGE WlLJi BE WELCOMED AT THEJ^ SUNDAY SERVICES IN j-M0RRI8 THEATRE |) 11 a.ni. ' I "ANOTHER KIND OF DBV-F FARMING" Rev, A. C. Watson, Will preachj YANKEE GIRL JO MARRY BRITISH SOLDIER Miss Eleanor Crosby, only daughter of the late Ernest Crosby of Rhine .beck, N. Y., whose eDUagemant has been announced to-Wllliam. W. Van neck of .the 13th Huasara. Miss Crosby haatakeif a prominent part in the social life of New. York, and London. �ft were .dlBl>eii6�d with on [U)e.^.gr(>und iU|,Bt.ho;,v�i. a. partisan- parks syatom came to Canada frpm ;the . Molherland' itwwty-lhree yeai s ago,.and bafl>l>��n icenneoted wlth,�i"-vey work. His headquarters will be in Edmonton. 7.30 p.in. SPECIAL ADDRESS BY H. C. SPELLER Of Moose Jaw "THE MAN OF NAZARETH , JfOR THE WAN OF CANADA";' Utr/snger� WELCOMB BIG BUILDINGS GOING UP AT EDMONTON Edmonton, Oct. 18.-r.Extra^jsna�8 of rough carpenters and concrete layers are working by electricvlight In rushing to completion several largcj store, otllco andwarehouae. bulldlagB.in Edmonton, ,_t)Ue ccmtractorB .taking advantage of the Indian summer weather The largest crew is at work on ,the Uevlllon Wholesale  company's $|!50,-;600 warehouse In Hhe buslueAS \ district, where an electric lighting plant haB'been installed to lengthen the,day Night wdrk Is also being pushed;on the.McI^ood building, costing $500,000 and numerous'other structui-es ranging iu cost from'$1vooo,000 to.,$200,000 It is 'planned to' finish , the-^concrete ^ork boforo",tl\o frost ..comes In .No-l voraber. There la no Supday work in Edmonton nor throughout^Alberta and Canada, !(lien,ce the contractors ,and builders, arovtoltlnK', advanlage of, .every hour of "the temalntng^Blx days of t>�e week, � f^PMI&'^ley 40 2u:i:e!F Xaj-ni awai^jpg .you in-^^^^t^ .lQ.(et'�; "iiottic" that will pay for Hsei^l!, wth-_ ill a^yeji\r. , , ,. Fuii particulars on applicatioH. ^ , T.|E. RMIIIS^ \ TOO Ot I .HOVy>kRD,: DjO.UpLAS' - JOB . .*n, Oct. I'T.^An J;ordeT.^n-c��iin-cU haw boena'as8,ed,vap'pbinting^^f\ ; Ip G.niaryey. Btiperinten^ent otfr^'^ nilniq)lj^r'k8jijx.�4>e to aucd- \ HS'i\t^ '" ^ >j|as, ,who�e .a�w/' \ FOR SALE ; i|<^ttj.'ni oll920.acres iiear'Oraiibrook, B. 0. six miles froin Railway station; 300 acres vii^turaiiiay ]neado.\v,.balance caii..be.^ ed and eon verted into Krst class agricultitral and fruit land, Aft!|A�Bl,lopatlou tor a BtOo(t farm,on the lino of; the new-government automobile highway, now undor construction. For price and ^ tejBia krite i ' * The Imi Land md Develbpinent BRITISH COLUMBIA ;