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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 LKTirnirrnoK DAILY TTTRRALD Sal unlay. ou VES SIR-tlie Herald's Subscription Competition is Starting off Fine. If Y are iiot a Candidate you lose for a certainty. Ii you become an active Candidate, reward is sure, for if you fail to win a regular prize, you are certain of commission. The standing of the candidates, the second count of the votes, appciuv today. H will be seen that few have forged thctr .scorai up to the limit of vbtta. Others have made nice gains, while siill others have re- mained the paper, at leasi. Now thiit the festivities of the International Dry Farming Congress arc a pleasant .remombranee and the people of Let h bridge mid vicinity have come back to earth again, it will he an easy matter to interest the public the Herald's subscription coinpiitMon. Well worth of prizes for the candidates to compete for interest anyone who has a'drop of sporting blood in their veins. This is not a same of chance. However, -the best workers will get the most valuable prizes. No one ciin sit back and get something for nothing, but re ward Is assured the. onus who stick to the finish and try to give earnest work for the prizes that will bo distribued on .December 11. Defer Not Until Tomorrow "There is no morrow, though, before our face The shadow named so" stretches; we always Fail o'ertiike it, hasten as we may." So tile poet tells us. The reason is underlying, then, why you should make every day bring you returns (in votes) in the contest. Tomorrow is in the distance. You keep your hand ou the wheel of today, but if you continue wailing for tomorrow to make the real start, now that your name has been entered as a candidate ,you will make a great mistake. Even though the'first period subscription schedule runs to and including Novem- ber days after time will quickly pass and each- day of inactivity lessens your chances of uttinmto success. Four subscriptions secured before November G gets yon'as many votes as four'after that time. Hurry, THE FOLLOWING BULLETIN CONTAINS THE NAMES OF ALL THE CANDIDATES IN THE HERALD'S CONTEST AND THE VOTES DEPOSITED IN THE BALLOT BOX UP TO LAST EVENING. The System of Voting- The seaiiumg of the candidates will hereafter be published on Tuesdays, Thursdays anil Saturdays. Votes to be added on these days -must be de- posited at the con-test department the day before. Until further notice a limit will be placed upon the number of votes candidates may have published. Any. one'who can do so. may poll 12.000 above the high vote of the previous voting day. For instance, 'the highest candidates today have For nest Tuesday this may-be increased to ASPLAND, BERNARD, Barnwdl, ATKINSON, EDWARD, Bellevue, BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN, Carmangay, Alberta................... BOISVERT, MISS YVENNE, 416-12th St. A. N., city BRENNAN, W., 945-9th St. South, city............................ BARNETT, MISS GRAYCE, 210-10th St. South, city BIDAULT, J. A., 312.10th St. South, city.......................... 'CUNNINGHAM, TED, 214-1st Ave. South, city CRAIG, MISS PEGGIE, P. O. Box 514, city COOPER, MISS HAZEL, Cranbrook, B. C.......................... ENGLISH, J. T., .501-19th St. North, city FLETCHER, MRS. IRA, Magrath, Alberta HUTTON, MISS EVA, 814-6IH'Ave., South, city HURLBUT, "MISS PEARL, Bow Island. Alberta HOULT, MRS. W., 406-19th St. North, City HUNT, KENNETH P., Noble, Alberts HULIT, MISS ARLIN, Warnerr, Alberta HAIC, RUSSELL, ClaVesholm, Alberta ...................i..... LEDINGHAM, C. L., 5QS-5th Ave. South, city MARSHALL, W. M., Taber, Alberta MEIKLE, GEORGE C., New Michel, B. MURPHY, JAMES, Jr., Burmis, Alberta NEOREY, STEPHEN, 225-13th St. North, city OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312-14th St. South, city................. PATTERSON, MISS JEAN B., Blair-more, Alberta............... PEARSON, G. W., Picture Butte. Alberta...................... PELLETIER, MISS AGNES, Pincher Creek, PETTIT, MISS S. M., Cowley, PATTERSON, MISS JEAN, Starland Theatre................. READ, EDWARD, Pincher Station, Alberta REVILL, JOHN R., 617-14th St. South, city R6DSHAW, MISS MARGARET, 267-19th St., North, city........... STIBBS. MRS, N. C., 211-5th Avenue South, city SKOUSON, Z. N., Raymond, Alberta MISS CISSIE, sos-nth st. south, city SCOTT, MISS LOUISE, Macleod, SELLENS, MISS 908-7th Avenue South, city VOGAN, MISS THELMA, 619-13th St. South, city WRIGHT, ALBERT. 15th St., North; city....................... H, MISS FLORA, Fernie, B. C........................ 32.000 17.400 23.700 10.000 10.400 31.000 29.500 5.000 32.000 n Year 3's One year; Two years Three years Four years Five years ivo Herald. ilk-, uxl i ho ild 11.00 '.00. 00 -1.00 DO SCO 1200 8500 -2800 (UHHP S.10U liSOO SSOII r posing i'or year io U. S. this schedule in tJloir reet-int bnnlr- fn convenience in ivlorrn the of votos giycn fol. licList of Prizes house, to. ntccted by The Herald; or automobile any make, or a trip aioithe World all expenses paid, or cash Eight hundred doltr pi'aho Four hundred dolla cMlllan Upright Piano. Two hundred and Mollar order on any Lethbridge merchant advertis. ina In the Herald, or u.ciua One' hupdrcd and I dollar parlor suite or dining room suite to be purchased from an er or cash. Ons hundred and S13 worln or Jr h Sixty dollars in ca Forty-v'ivc dollars in h. in ct Twenty-live dollars ash, ADDITIONAL d of fourth mny ,ake course m dMDHU moss coll ,e and 5100 instead of fifth prize same cot-re ami ish or the itove course lieu of sixth prize Ten per cent cum nn to candid.tes who do not win a regular HOW WILL BE AWARDED The above prises vo awarded to the ten candidates, regardless "of residence, having the hst vote the leader having choice of first prize options, the one standmcond, having choice of the nine remaining prizes headed by.the.prayer pi-ind to on until all the prizes are taken up. n lasedUlom Robert 410-12lh St. A., south, local representative ot t H Leeminjl. Toronto. First Ends November 6ih Further nominations i Use the "Nomination k" to be found in anfther page of this issue of Herald. t I December llth GRAVE CHARGES AGAINST COURT REV. MR. ATLAS DENOUNCES JUDGE WINCHESTER AND EX- DETECTIVE DUNCAN Toronto, Oct. charg- es were made against Judge Win- chester, ex-Detective Inspector Dun- can and Frank Tremble, son-in-law oEj the Judge, hy the Rev. George II. lias at Victoria hall tonight. Atlas! was tried and convicted of having de-! fraiided tlio widow of the murtlerpd Macedonian Khnofi out of 5300, and after servirig a short sentence at King- ston, was cntere.d on parole and re- cently pardoned. He strongiy protest- ed his innocence anil declared that he had done nothing dishonorable. He emphatically denied ever receiving the money alleged to have hcen misap- propriated from the post office, add- ing that the name had been forged to the express order and the PCITOB vho committed the alleged forgery had the' money. His criticism of the conduct of -Judge Winchester and Inspeotu of Detectives Duncan was scathing. 51r. Atlas charged them with conspiring and trying to persecute him anil to have been the direct cause of his con- viction. He claimed he was the vic- tim of the gravest miscarriage of justice that ever occurred in Canada. He claimed the right to have a new and fair trial and averred that, it that were granted not only could he clear himseli, hut that he would prove to the hilt the charges hu makes against the persons uamed. At the close of the meeting which was attended by about two hummed people, a resolution was unanimously passed expressing belief in the inno- cence of Mr. Atlas and calling upon the Dominion department of iustice to give him the new trial lie asked for. EXPENSIVE WRECK -FOR RAILWAY CO. BABTS OWN SOAP WANT THE TARIFF BARRIERS RAISED TO KEEP OUT ALL COMPETITION Ottawa, Oct. total of 718 in Jan.'agus against tile C. P. R. was awarded in the Hull Supreme, court this woek as a result or the actions arising out of the wreck oi the Pontiac train at Hull in March last. The last of He scries of ac- tions was concluded today when Clay- ton t'howan was given a verdict for t Five cases were disposed ol" i in all during the week, verdicts being rendered as follows P. Moylc, ll'l H. Haxwcll, SS.U02 A. T. Doyle, A. .1. (Juinn, S6.532 Clayton f'howan, The C. r. lias intimated thai, it will appeal the verdict in the Royle case. as the man taxalivc and curi; for the f.tult and invigorates the whole system. ASK YOUR DOCTOR Two Sizes 25 acd 60 Cent ALL DRUGGISTS. TFFI 1FN flRF JLLL Iflltii nlllJ n s I n IP I Ti JOT -SATfoFIu) C. P. R. MULCTED FOR NEARLY DAMAGES RESULT OF WRECK AT HULL I CARNEGIE SAYS DON'T J MIND IF YOU LH IN COURT New York, Oct. Vlrnd Mrs. Andrew Carnegie ;be Irifdfuighter arrived rothiy on master liitd theory down ail right, added: j for fcenijjerance utyself, yon land.' I only drink u little ScotclJl whisky." ronniaster said Him, lie was slad to Hie here in time to resistor so. ivho wants to writioklfbouUiowl V0t8itor Presitlei't Taft. -fll saidlhe Iiacl always admired Col. .5.fiL" individually and was horri. court. The ait thing to do 13 to laugh. Success seems to be harder to ge .han in many cases i doesn't aeera to amount to as mucli either. THE particles of pure vegetable oil which are rubbed into the open pores of Baby's Own Soap, renew thelife of the 'help nature along. It assures a soft, white, healthy skin and its use delights both young and old. Baby's Own is for sale almost every where. .AL-BERT SOAPS l-lryllTEO. MFRS.. TRAIN BULLETIN West and North Bound Train N'o. 511, Cranbrook, arrive: S.lfl: leaves 3.2S. Train. No. 51 S, Kootcnay Landing, arrives S.-IO; leaves Train No. II. Spokane and Port- arrives si Aft; loaves n.55. Triiin Ko. r.-Jr> leaves LcthhridKe nt 7.00 via Kipp, arrives Calvary daily Sunday, -Bound Train Xo. 51 J, Craniircok, arrives leaves 3.05. Train No. 5H, Koolenay l.andinu to Medicine Hut, arrives 12.-10; leaves 12.50. Train No. 12, Spokane and Portland leaves fi.H5. Train No. Coutts, Great lralls, all points south, leaves 9.MD dully ox- eept Sunday. Train No. Great Falls, Ccutts and aonth, arrives 7.T5 daily, Sunday. Train No. Cards ton branch, lenvds 5.-I5 difJly Sunday. THREE GENERATIONS Kept Healthy By Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills Over fifty years agu people began to find out the effectiveness of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills in correcting constipation and toning up the system. Since then the po- pularity of this reliable old family medicine has grcwn steadily, and [he increase in sales during the past year wjs the greatest in the whole half century. As long as livers get sluggish, bowels constipated or kidneys inactive, just so long will Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills cure these conditions and banish their distressing effects for those who ire wise enough to use them. Sick headaches, coated tongues, in- digestion, biliousness, dyspepsia, rheu- matism and simiUr disorders arc almost invariably caused by impurities which should be removed from the sysrcm by the bowels, the kidneys and the pores ilie akin. Hy iuiiing up uiczc organs so that they can do their work properly, Dr. Morst's Indian Root Pfttt cure, or prevent altogether, a large proportion of the common ercryday ailments which keep so many people miserable. Made hy'W. H. Comstock Co., Limited, Broekville, and sold by deafen at 25c. a box. 29 Ottawa, Oct. of the bis; sieel industries of Canada I vailed upon T. White, min- i.stcr of finance, today and presented him with a lengthy factmu setting j forth in detail reasons why the tar- j iff on iron and steel should he in- j creased so as to afford more protection to Canadian, compat-'cs. Their main rnnlention was that the U. S. steel trust, because ot the hn- jnense protection winch it its resources for manufacture anil other resources, is enabled to dump steel rails and rolling stock in- to Canada at a lower price than the actual cost of the production, there- by underselling the Canadian com- panies, who of unusual condi- tions an; unable to meet si'ch com- petition. They further contend the protection given tlic steel imhi.i- try of the iJominion which amouuis from 7 to 10 percent is far ln'Sow lie general tarifi sx'licdnle and contrary to the .spirit and views of tin- nation- al policy, and that, tiny art' not en- joy inp; tlic protection afforded domestic industries. la addition to these, a mass of facts and am! all kinds of sta- tistics were quoted to tlic. companies request. Hon. Air. White, on fcclmlf of the goveniinciit addressed the briufly, and promised tho consiLcra- tion which lie deemed tin; importance of the rrattcr demanded. The men an; conlident that their mission this time will be successful ami sav that a fair investigation of tiu- sitti- ition would result in the govtTiiineiu acceding in Hie demands, 'it is l.c- licved, however, tliat the govcrnnu'iit will makt- no move in tho mariei just now. A tariff commission bill will lie introduced again this session and Hie probabilities arc that ncxi sum- mer will see the commission at work. in the fed at Ui attack on him at Jlllvrau- eral rula the king 'fnlJiid. H0 knou.4 he is somet a-jaker and to he laugns with kec. I'm! flic s a gcn-j belfoius him convictions. "Somebndv ,aM ho .lgreo wilU politically, nltliongh ho pcrfcctly lioncst in his said you are think- of aukoad." ronmrked a re- After Jaflmiiat. portier. porcr William had IMnrtner on I "yoinp man, I up lempcrancc but beWovB j country for a trip to wit-ii ml- (be kaiser was n caUauthority whole family unlcsa I' coukFW u on the subjeei, aH >het might Learn n of Hosiery Realljfiult-Free! Let. your next hcurchage be Pen-Angle. Examine these ]Sd-. stockings or socks closely when the shows them to you. Notice the utience- of tlie 'clumsy, troublesome sent have been wearing. Hold them up aiHiow the shape has been knit into the fabric dragged into shape as in And when you wear them, f-smig and neat they fit method of manu- Uring our exclusive you cH'si buying imd (only 79 NEW COMPANY FORMED Ottawa, Oct. Dominion and, Western Agencies, Ltd., of Saskatoon I las been Incornorntixi, .win. tsaitsl. Izntion of The provisional directors arc Rcberi M. Buchanan, T W. Fair, James E. Vegan, r. T i-lili and W. H. Hill. Hogs have been converted from ence.lifters to mortgage litters, ami hat's why every farmer should raise lew every year. mm Limited rwaar, Sweilei-o, Ilociery ;