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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LK'niHKI DAILY HKRAL'n J AM lathe Made Substantial ''Cains-It will pay to Attract the ieiition of your Friends by Joining the Leaders or .1 Holding Strong Second Place Five of llio candidates have IJILII nul >e contest. Uej nit numljer of in tile south Mtiiiy others might lie able to Init: they, profoi- to remain under cover. .Mrs.. Ira C. Fletcher, of Mat mil S'the votes to her credit this eveiling' to udi country to imiko a strong bltt lor supiwi, Sirs. Huult of the North uul u hej vot( to stamf ,lt a low figure Tor a few days, joins iJn n [e voles. also leads nil other candidates fn iso tfe J ailes .lean H. .Patterson of Him good standing the candidates, never liavim, ulow to'fall below the high nujribor allowed at the present {inn tbe contest. i 1 ofytlie contest, Mr. John 11. He pchemc it this stage Refill, always enll sls-i his name Jo a subscription payment receipt, i pi ice position, tind forges to the. front where iho going ayg Misa Tlieium Vogan, imotlier of the Vact that she is in 'her early teent- lla t .timo' the standing is published retudiess of the gpaie votes THE FOLLOWING BULLETIN CONTAINS THE ALL' CANDIDATES IN THE HERALD'S CONTEST AND THE, VOTES DEPOSITED IN THE BALLOT BOX UP TO LAST EVENING. i Now, just, how many of the thiitj sin Tote the nti.OOO jf they wished to do BO, ft is not for tho lager to s ly. In fact, Jill 'any representative of the Km appears in tlie paper from liny to day, j At lliis early'Stage JL IB not to bo leservc votes fare piled up, yet right now is the best tluiithtf in bubecrlptlons, F while the vote is high. Regardless of Ihe has been UK contest iJianuger tlmt subscriptions come easier when tlu fhOfpublic is; aroused. The higher the in the pipei tlrwt be taken by the friends of the candidates, and a the by voting that they arc reallyUn the running foi ja, so uill the sujipbH come easier to the worthy help Just the same, as repeated tiniy-J-until next theVvery best tnnt tra hard uorli. Ten subscriptions of any size yill bring is lining the Wist period as twelve will earn after November f An bchedule runs only until November 25. After thai tun anothei icductiuii of twenty per cent. J, (Early work may uot cinph the best pi fcbelp out to a wonder- ful Extra Votesion Early Wertloni iSeveral of the candidates sent in subr the eeltly Herald .before the price was reducedyrom oO Eacu of tnt.ie sub- scription paymentB entitles -flie candidi For instance, will pay for 'a year half mstr and the number of votes will bo 2500 for that ten11 who turned in a year for the j ji, making e> duo e ich candidate Svcekl} it Alberta. ATKINSON, EDWARD, Bdlevue, Alberta..................' BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN, Carmangay, Alberta SOISVERT, MISS YVENNE, 416-12U, St, A. N., city..........'.'" BRENNAN, W., 945.9th St. South, city BARNETT, MISS ORAYCE, 210-10th St. South, city BIDAULT, J. Al, 31200th St. South, city CUNNINGHAM, JED, Ave. South, city COOPER, MISS HAZEL, Cranbrook, B. C........ ENGLISH, J. T., 501.19th St. North, city FLETCHER, MRS. IRA. C., Magratlf, Albtrta. HUTTON, MISS EVA, 814-Gth Ave., South, city HURLBUT, MISS PEARL, Bow Island, Alberta HOULT, MRS. ,W.r 406-19th St North City HUNT, KENNETH p., Noble, Alberta ......'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.-I'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' HULIT, MISS AKLIN, Warner, Claresholm, Alberta.......................... LEDINGHAM, C.'L., 608-5th Ave. MARSHALL, W. M., Taber, Alberta.............................. MEiKLE, GEORGE C., New Michel, B. MURPHY, JAMES, Jr., Burmis, Alberta NEGREY, STEPHEN, 225-13th St. North, city OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312-14th St. South, city MISS JEAN B., Blalrmore, Alberta................- PEARSON, G.'w, Picture Butte, Alberta....................... PELLETIER, MISS AGNES, Pindler Creek, PETTiT, MISS S. M., Cowley, Alberta........................... PATTERSON, MISS JEAN, Starland READ, EDWARD, Pincher Station, Alberta REVILL, JOHN R., 617-14th St. South, city REDSHAW, MISS MARGARET, 267-19th St., North, city.......... STiBBS, MRS, N. C., 211-5th Avenue South, city ...........'.___ SKOUSON, Z. N., Raymond, Alberta............................ MIES 605-11tn St. South, city ..............I___ SCOTT, MISS LOUISE, Macleoci, Alberta SF.LLENS, MISS DOROTHY, 96fc7th Avenue South, city VOGAN, MISS THELMA, 619-13th St South, city WRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St., North: city...... WEARMOUTH, MISS FLORA, Ferule, B. 10.400 First Pci-MMl Nov. 6tli The present value of siiliserlptlona runs ,Io and includiiiK next Wednesday second lieriod w..1 b.S In order that out-of-town candidates may Boi an even break any report bearing the postmark of November tub, will be allowed tho flrat periott' Any supporter of a candidate may mall subscription payments to tho contest depanment and get the henelit of tho first period ing ihe letter bears the post ofiico stamp of November G. b? The List of Prizes house, to be erected by The Herald; or automobile of any make; or a'trip around the world, all expenses paid, cash. Eight hundred dollar Angelus Player Pisno Four hundred dollar McMillan Upright Piano. One hundred dollar Victrol'a and worth of records, or cash Sixty dollars in cash. Forty-five dollars in cash. Thirty dollars in cash. Twenty-five dollars in cash. 'firth prize'candidate mav take M20 course In Oarbi.lt Business College and ?100 cash; instead of fifth prize same cotire and 530 cash or the above course in lieu of sixth prize Ten per cent commission to candidates who do hot win a regular-prize! HOW THE PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED The abov.e prizes will be .awarded to the ten candidates, ngardless of residence, having the highest vote, the 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 all the prizes are taken up. Piancu liave been purchased from Robert Ibey, 41u-12th St south local representative of GourJny, Winter Leenilug, Toronto. First Voting Schedule Ends November 6th Further nominations will be accepted. Use the "Nomination Blank" to be-found in another page of tlvii of Herald. Contest Closes December 11 Hi oan you To buy or build or pay off mortgagei. Wanted An Office Apply to Johnston Union Banjf, 'feldg. ATS SALE per ton at farm 8 miles uth of, Lethbridge. Fsirm- Co. L. A. Felger, Manager PHONE R 411 REACITHE MARKET THE BIG PROBLEM o- 'Apple CBankers and Rasn'Will Hold ence Regarding the conference, W. T. Day, cluiinimn of the apple snow board o[ trustees, said "Co-opcrar lion between growers, hankers, by- product manufacturers and railroad officials is vital to the success of the apple industry. H is established be- ot first-class ODDFELLOWS HAD AJMDBALL HOSME'R SCENE OF GAY FUNC- PRESBYTERIAN MINISTER ARRIVES Hosraer, Oct. Oddfellows' annual ball last Friday evening was prononncsd by everyone to be one or lhe mosl successful ever held in Hcs- in the I Iuer- The music for the occasion was gut! Provided by the Coleuiau orchestra, Spokane, 30 -Ouu fi bill nitml' I'l .b.uv..d to at" u Nolthnest 'orelmri hv-j Price he can alionl to pav. It is to I S. JlcTagsart fan-led out the duties. i ,hiobj a j "nd left nothing'to be desivsd. Mr ii product mnaihvav co-iipiTUtion and to devise a I of floor manager in a manner w fie W1I hold If" this cunlorcnco greatly contributed ,o the success of in Spokane foi one wees Nmunher 11 to cnUcia'numhcrof ff, indnstn Iceivcd' M out n Ee''VC" :Mcr Wllic" "ancllls so i continued until tha early hours of the has the work of relaying the floor and sheeting the walls well in hand, and It is hoped to Ixr B'fole to start opera- tions for the season soon after No- vember L. H. will not be possible to have tlie apparatlis here by that time, but n lot of gond work can he pul iu in the meantime, until thai ar. rives. A committee has been appoint- ed to take up the rinestion of appara- tns, and as soon aa suitable terms can be arranged, tho purchases will be made. Tho subscription for the season has been filed at ?5.00, and the committee cf management are j anxious to get in as many subs, as j possible during Ihe next wcok or so, I in order to be able to mest the heavy initial expenditure. -Mr. W. Watson is tack attain at the C: I1. H. depot, and is once again as- suming liis duties as agent at this important point. Key to Herald Subscription Contest ACCLAMATION FOR "we plmils fasunc'-casii, and of (IZitlon to cturc by- thc product's, as a.s'To arranc-c for'a ot number of large storage plants to tlllj of that the iinancial results of the even-1 ing; were wsll on the right side. I The Jtev. R. 11. Wilson arrived in' i town on Saturday lasl, and VIII fill Hosraer PreEbyter- o large siorageihnts to uij o osraer PreEbyter- oicn-ird hi i conference care for sc-.wal thousand cr.rkuds in ian Church, lately vacated by the Rev. 'nf n Padfi'; in Hpo- Wallace. Quite a large congrc- otiiioin 101 the Ore- the gnnrers will devote consid- Eation assembled nil Sunday evening Kei Barnes COB! Win? Lump, Mine Rim ot Screenings, by the ton or carload lots. 'HONE 1471. G. O. Ek Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and phompt service. i l be held Ottawa, Oct. V. Garland, of j iiiis city, choice of the Conservatives in Carlelon. in succession to the late Kdward Kidd, 31.P., a mem-. or Parliament today. The Liberal j party decided that It. >n-onld be a I _ waste of timo and money to put up a j candidate, and elected Garland hy ac. j clamation. NOMINATION BLANK The L'ethbridge Herald Prize Distribution Campaign 5000 Votes I desire to iiiake the. J'ullowing iiominalion: .Residence .4.- Nominated by............................ Address................................ This nomination is good for 5000 free votes. Only one nomination will be accented tor each candidate. .Vames of persons nominations will not be divulyyd. NEWS FROM 6-10 land harvestiin." BEATTIIH 0ILL i LIKELY ifRIAL AT AUTUMN-L HA TO IED operation, i oi list of N'aturalists to the contrary not- withs'indi tilt; average hoarding house meal would seem to indicate that the common or garden variety of chicken ran move to wings than the pelican, and more to neck .than the giraffe. ''file, HAiitS OP YOUR HEAD Tmonto i charges of AHE j nun (lei In There is n {Jrcat deal of in the ind old snying. uu the I Roote die, viialilv gives The hair it till Ltim- lllr'! I Tin (nil 11 Ihisl we arc i.A I I, K nf ,Vni Whcn LOOK one of us pi uccnt means lo till ihcYOUNGand IMPORTANT years lln lowie potiibns. Old fogies go lo the httt on lu m V ll1 tllc i If you should begin to chalk down every Fanner11 1 tilt moat dny of your life, the exact number of hairs important, obabh ('iflt turn you would be surprised nnd I postponed I js stated that Mis precarious .Air. J. D. Thompson arrived in llos. nier on Tuesday movning last, and will immediately assume his duties with the Blk Lumber Co.. in the posi- tion lately vacated by Mr. W. If. burn. .Mr. and .Mrs. Kondal arrived back from ilipir vacation at the coast on Monday morning, and'report having had a good time. .Mr. English, wlio assnm-od the duties of manager Ilia is i i, i- i. "r an.l ivlll usiial. ).ink by a aj de j a motion n rules to al-j low i plrl i 311 nP1vt I in-j on I' Siiudui trb-j i pirls Ii broui In ui very quickly, is Koily will jlf you neglect them. sborUy sever her convection the Jno3t valuable concunirated compound or count and Hosmsr Hospital. .Miss Kelly has HAT rjAlK I-JLAI.IH I hanii nuren boypitul tor nearly nientE. other preparations u-111 not worii -1 (luring th-.it lime hue from this inexpen- millibar of frionds in sive rerriody havt nuifle fric-ndf, for 11 In i; ,f whom wish her i 51.00 mid Site nr Orutt Storm or direct "lipoo cccipt of -inil rfe.ik-r'r. name. Send 10-for botllc. Philo Hny Co., N. j. For r.a c and RecommendsrJ inaJtj a lai-ge IhiH tuwu, nil o in new field of labor. r-i-m been It lias decided by Ihe llosmer j "TSSiv of absolute satNfnrMon association to rent flourlay'rI money in-pmptly refunded, poc-x v.-lih thi? Mall, to be used for Ihe purposes <-r n I v.....' ''riiRelat I'lnex. or will RED CROSS BOOK CO. Ltrl. Kj'llinasluin, and .Mr. (lourlnv alrc.'.dy1 ci'.. i POST OFFICE BOX Si Our.Wall Paper Specials Arc every diiy Writo, or e.-ill fur All grades and prices. The anc.' Dcccrators Co, Avenue South ;