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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta DA'LY WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1. 1909. THE HERALD'S PRIZE VOT1NC. CONTEST EXTR73 VOTBS (In addition to the regular schedule of votes) For each Club of Five New Yearly Subscriptions to the Daily Herald 1O.OOO For each (In addition to the regular schedule of votes) Club of Five Old (Renewal) Yearly Subscriptions to THIS CLUB OFFER ENDS MONDAY, DECEMBER 20th AT 10 P.M. Contest closes on Monday, January 10th, 1910 EVERY CONTESTANT iu The Herald's Prize Contest, secures TO'E YEARLY SUBSCRIPTIONS, NEW OR OLD for The Daily Herald wffl be entitled to the Clubs enum- erated aboTe. Theee Extra Votes are given in ADDITION tSTEe regular schedule. _ All subscriptions turned in from the beginning of the contest be included m these Clubs. _. Credit will be given for each year or part of year, four 3-months' for the Daily counting- the same as one year: tvco 6 months' count- ing one rear, and a 2-year subscription Counting two in the Clubs Subscriptions for the Weekly Herald ore also included in these clubs- a 6 months subscription to the Weekly counting the as 3 months to the Daily, one year for the Weekly counting the" same as G months for the CONDITIONS Daily and two years for the Weekly counting the same as one year for the No extra votes .given for a part of a "Club." fit of the ia t0 bene- .While the yearly subscriptions for the Dailv Herald are taken as a OB rntl i Wl11 be in the Clubs, provided the 10 pm t0 Pive leurs' and in before December 20, at 10, should OUR LETTER BOX. J 1 Miik Chocolate Stick, Medallions. Cro- j j quettes, Cream Bars etc. are truly delicious. For sale by all dealers from Coast to Coast THE COWAN CO. LIMITED, TORONTO. j MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP IS NOT A FAILURE LETHBRIDGE CITIZEN IS BEREAVED Mrs. Henry Proctor, a Manitoba Pio- neer Passes Away at Wood- lands. Man. .their parish church in Woodlands. She leaves n. husband, four sons. -Al- bert, -Major, John, of Lethbridge, and Walter. and five daughters." .Mrs. Editor ot the Daily Herald Dear desire "a stick or two" of your space to refute.a state- ment made by Mr. Ives on Monday evening at the ratepayers meeting, I which was held in the Caledonia Hall j for the purpose of discussing the street railway by-law. In the main he was eminently fair in the defence of the side of the case which he has espoused, but in one especial instance such was not the case. throat forcing him to the' Position to prove that there was a tage la Prairie ever since the dale of ground. A private watchman came; population of less 5 000 their first settlement. They were not-j lo }wr assistance and then it was for their uprightness and their 1 found that the burgiar was ayouth hospitality was proverbial. Many a "i was so hungry Miss" said the'1on' as lonely homesteader of the early days hov. "i have no home and' no owed much lo the kindness and help this is Thanks? of Mr. and Mrs. Proctor, Eic-nry from Yorkshire. ___ try, and after a few years' residence j mournful plea decided Miss on for as for the street car the city did. not expand to was anticiDated, only regulate the boweb, but they stimulate kidneys and skin as xvcll to throw off waste mr.trcr.and purify the The result is qvik-kly apparent in The disappearance of the headaches and biliousness, and the return of health and vigor. Thousands of uomen ail over the world owe their present'good health to Dr. Marjf'j Indian Root Plih. Made by W. H. Ccmstock Co.. Ltd., Brockvilic.-Ont., and soid by all dealers at 2jC a box. to gather in any outlying territory. as: is proposed' by the Lethbridge franchise. Shut in as Nelson is by mountains on every side, it can never be made a paying proposition, either privately or municipally owned, un- less there is a greater increase in the Population than there is any imme- diate prospect of. The real and only reason that the municipally owned street railway of Nelson was a failure was because- it was privately owned and was thrown, a thankless burden upon the citizens' and is in no sense a contradiction of the, statement that where municipal ownership has been given a fair trial, and where there has been a popula- tion enough 10 make it profitable TO operate, it has always been a suc- cess. I stand by that assertion and challenge the production of'evidenre, to the contrary. j Before concluding this disjointed] epistle there is just one other mat-j ter I wish to refer to which was al- so a part of Mr. Ives' speech, where he conjured up a condition whereby .some enterprising speculator There's not a Flaw In a or_Tut> made of EDDY'S FIBRE- WARE Every One is a Solid. Hardened. Lasting Mass, without a Hoop or Scam. Many other Exclusive Features are Yours; too, when you Positively Persist in Setting Eddy's. AH Good Grocers Always, Everywhere, In Canada.'ask forjEGflriTBATCIlESi AERONAUTS KILLED Balloon Collapsed and They Fell to i Their Death J Berlin. Nov. Brenckmann j iinct r tlio two ruost j ing members of the Aero Club of Ber- ;Iin, have been'killed through the col- rveiope telling the story of their sad death. Brenckmann was the third person to insure his life with the newly formed company which takes air navigation risks. He and his companion ascended on Monday from SchinarganderfE, a sub- urb of Berlin. Their bodies were found on the northern edge of the i-Linvii A AJ vii i v 'inn r m t: i v; I n '3 n iTkifr-it-in cr 1 n-" V. o t- tiiin i i v I T He mm M n't 11 t-i f onH Li" IIIIIIL antiLipaLeu, -HI- of! Iant7, and found him in the railway j yards that night. Be. will have ai hearing afternoon. Mr. Milne j states that this is tho first case of! dishonesty on the part of A Galichin i which has come to bis notice. i McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lelhbritfcc. ;