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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD COITED BV "UNO" SOCIAL AND PERSONAL VISITING DAYS iiostesses tomorrow: Mrs. Third street south. -Mrs, J...M. .will not receive "H'Jl'j K-.' Everyone Has a Chance to Win Prize That Will be Worth Whil This is a Contest and Every Candidate Will i be Satisfied Mrs. J. F. Hamilton, 307 Brunton street, will receive tomorrow for the irst'time this season.' Miss Ad'dy viii receive with her. a j date !next. The small town is filling latest towns to .send .la noimaatioas. being Bow Is- Kurdt-tie, There are so ..many good sections represented oujjanuarv butsicie .that it. is impossible earlier, at this early date--.where largest vote will come from. ilday season. ;tamg. depends- on, Sie candidate. Ifj ;you. are tae contest and will put' iorth best endeavor you live in Lethbridge. or. the I The Closing Date j Tie lias been, asked to. line closing date "of the contest. This announced.-.-the-.first-.-of week. It .-will ,likely be around coniia Mrs. H. M. MacCallum of Chicago, arrived, this morning for a ten visit with her "sister, Mrs. J. R. And- erson.- i >Irs. Mewburn was the hostess at-a jolly little bridge last evening, com- plimentary to Mrs, Mc-Cullpugh. The ame was played at two tables.- _ Lieutenant .Shaw, of Strathcona Worse arrived 'sick leave from his regiment in Winnipeg, .and .will remain with bis parents .at- until well en- ough to return to his military.duties. ..-Mrs. Mai-shall entertained -at tne tea hour yesterday, for the -bene- Dancing was enjoyed on the third Hoor and at midnight a delicious bul- let supper was served. Some of the visitors were: Misses .McBeth. Freeman, Hatch, Couybearc Hodgins and Vlc'Lachla'n, Messrs: Hill brookes, Dunning. Ives, Robertson Robertson, McFherson. Naishikb, Wallace and tit of St.. These most popular and as they are Mrs. T. F. O'Hagan invited a friends' to .spend the afternoon with her. yesterday and to meet her swee visitor, Mrs.' Whiteside of Coleman I'he rooms, where brid was played at: two tables, were beau- tified with -jars filled with huge white and heliotrope "mums" and white car- nations, and aglow with a. cheery- grate fire. even- nook were numerous unshaded candles field in 'old brass 'and- crystal stick. At the tea hour a few additional guests drop- ped in and partook of the delicious tea and-dainties served by'Mrs.'lib; .bJachern a smartly appointed drawing room. tea table. After tea the game was- continued hour when the honor'favor, an exquisite cup and. was awarded Mrs. Bu- chanan. The guests included -Mrs. Whiteside Mrs. Clarke, M-ake up your mind that you will enjoy You'll no the dis- appointed. A, pound package cents, makes 200 caps.. Uunsworth and .Bergmann, U ray. and Misses Butlsr; Messrs, Gray, Tprrance, Kane, Matson and- Hayter., CANDIDATES AT LABOR MEETING tmrc, -Mrs. Wilson. Mrs, Buchanan. Mrs. JVIc- Andrews church -buiimng Naismith, JIrs. chain of teas' are be- Mrs.-Mewfcuni; Mrs. of makin -.and- maybe a The object is to give, competitors plenty of time witk ?nan-" margin of a week or' so for the limited to ten -guests, have a tendency 'Bouncer" The .boys and- girls much excited over JBouncer, prize c smjSUand pony.'and each candidate" :or now til the finish, you are certain Shet- -Bouncer, is a line lit- .winner. 'Pay no attention whatever I tie pony._ and will be ;the the T; IT Mucky "ooy wins.-Mm. to the district prizes, even if you xeel j satisfied with one of j -7" ,them, but eye, and .work, ac-j .cordingly. on the McLaughlin-Buick 1 auto, or the -five Some win these prizes; why j you; you .can, il you wiiL Newspaper, Votes Count 1 closer friendships. among who have heretofore met each other only at formal func- tions. Mrs. Marshall's tea table was exceptionally pretty, yesterday with Tne coupon published in Herald is -worth'ten votes for-anv-'canl scattering of the "not "just I and a. "long while outs" j'o.urntey- Aid. King- and Messrs. TiUey and Tuckwell the Speakers A-meeting of the Trades and Labor ouncil was held'-last night, a-t which were made by a number of aldermauic candidates" Aid. King, who was "his opposition to form of mucicipal goveraraent by conimis- itxcould'be shown that a to': be'-gained. a "mayor's i salary- this .year'as 'being something of an'insight into the commission i plan, but he failed to see where "mucn 1 had been accomplished along this line, i He also declared that had he been.! mayor this y.ear he would signed' of- cit-y counts without" the sanction or iithe; council., :hanng reference to ing.'of a cheque by'the mayor for a team of horses 'recently purchased by the., city, -when-no. orssoiution Author- ising, the purchase Asked il. the reduction of their sal- aries, would ,iu dealing May, your patronage always be governed by our merit i PI uil 2nd Ave. A North The Baker Phone 1027 GKOCERt BOBS We have a few grocery sleighs on hand. it the L.H. Corner SiHltii and Bnfferin Streets. ed to "Westminster House" last even- ing to make their "party .but the hospitable, welcome extended br, Mrs. Downer with the beauty "''of the "fragrant car- nation. rooms1 and! but The' vano'us comm-ittees'-tn- charge of, .the Westminster Sunday school Ciristmas at- the parsonage 'and1 submitted '-their plans I and ideas..jIt to Iteep {he. .secr .secret __ one the living cosy den, iirej Christmas tree, and from all accounts coaxed, the visitors to stay a little j the longer, proved too great a temptation i school will .pretty ahd.r every one spent :the whole even-) bright to look forward to. Those pres- ing instead of the usual ten minutes, ent Jas evening Mesdames I! the candidate wishes to compete for the Shetland Pany, sign name be- low. VOTJNfe POWER OF SUSSCRIPTiONS THE HERALD AND THE PRICE OF DAILY HERALD......By Carrier By Mai! SIX" MONTHS 2.00 1.50 ONE YEAR 4.00 3.00 TWO YEARS 8.00 6.00 THREE YEARS 12.00 9.00 FIVE YEARS 20.00 15.00 WEEKLY HERALD- ONE YEAR TWO YEARS 3.CO THREEYEARS 4.50 FIVE YEARS 7.50 New "1200 3000 SOOO 15000 27000 3500 5000 10000 Old 600 1500 4500 75'00 13500 750 1750 2500 5000 of Those so Far Nominated in the Herald's Contest DIVISION A. At least one of the grand prizes go to this division. .District No. that part of the City of Lethbriuge lying north and i east of the following boundary: Third, Ave., from First Street to Sixth Street j south on Sixth to Fourth Ave., east on Fourth Ave. to Eleventh Sw, south on I Eleventh to city limits. At least two of the prizes go to this district, MRS. A. E. Tenth St. and Second Ave. South, j MISS GRACE PROUSE, 59 Argyle St. 'ERNEST McBeth St. CAMPBELL AIRD, 1302 Seventh Ave. South CHRIS. GIBSON, Agnew and-Westminster. HAROLD KERR. 444 Torrance Aye. District No. that part of the city of Lethbridge lying south and west of the above boundary. At least two of the prizes go to this-district SVHSS AGNES DOWSETT, Sixth Ave. South and Tenth St. MISS OLIVE DA VIES. 406 Fifth Ave. South. MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY, 302 Sixth Ave, A. South. MME. E. NORMAN, 622 Sixth Ave. South. DIVISION B. At feast one of the grand prizes go to this division. District No. all towns in So.utliern Alberta and Eastern Bri that he did not think so, but it might be the means of get- ting proper men into the position. .A., Tilley, the nest speaker; stated 'that If insist upon a more totalled statement of the. .city's aEairs, adding-that in the.-event i of more sewer pipe being purchased .he would demand "the quantity in feet, not in loads. He also added'.-that. he j ;did not appear before the body as an j opponent- of. Mr. Tudcweil, as each man had three votes h-e hop- that one of the remaining two would-he cast, for .him.-.---. 'Tuckwell declared that he did -not represent the; "noc-le but the work-srs' of the" "inti-" mating that Messrs. King and Tillev represented the an .accu- by each 61 these.gentle- men, who claimed that, they did not recognize -any particular'.class .fluence., Mr. Tuckwell then assailed a number of city employees-'-VhonVhe characterized as.a-iTb.unph of iKcespour. stating that'he stood "'f or 'the i GLJN STEEET 3MEAT MARKET f 612 ?Glyn (Close to Diiff JPESHIVIEAX, PQTJIrTBi: AND FISH DAILY QUALITY GUARANTEED Give iis and you will ifave'iio deliTcrcsd at any; m Mas employment of none but thoroughly iten. He concluded with the statement- resignation was already written, so. that in. the event it could b'e-'handed in immediately should he fail to carry out the .present time. iliUM, ON SATURDAY tish- Columbia over population, district. At least two of the prizes go to this TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON DAILY HERALD TEN VOTES For any regularly nominated candidate in the Daily Herald's Great Prize Contet. (Name of District (Address.) This package Void After December 10 This coupon will count for votes when properly filled out and sent to the Contest Department of The Herald before the lion date shown above. MISS SUSAN WITBECK, Raymond, Alta. MISS MARY McKENZIE, "Madeod, Aita. MISS MAMIE A. FORUN'iER, Pincher Creek. Alta. D. R. WARE, Medicine Hat, Alta. JOHN R. MccDONALD, Hcsmer, B. C. MISS EDITH'HARKER, Cardston, Alta. D. W. COULTER, Taber, Alta. District all towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish .Columbia, under population. At least two of the prizes so to this district. MISS FLORENCE S. VETTER, D. L. KIMBALL, Grassy Lake. Alta.. STANLEY M. WELSH. Barons, Alta. EL5ZASETH ADAM3, Stirling, Alta. MISS TILLIE MAY TIEARNEY, Burdett. Alta. MISS EMILY MILLER. Bow liland SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys and girls under 15 years of age. NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Horn St. ADA MURRAY, 1104 Courtland St. JAMES NESBJT, Stafford Village. WINNIE SSLLENS, SOS Seventh St. A. GEORGE SUP1NA, 220 Westminster Rd. PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 Fourth Ave. North, AGNES KERR, 417 Fourteenth St.' WALTER PALMER, Grass Lake, Alta, RUSSEti'L-.-DUpLEY, C. ;jl is. to change the boundary'of the districts In the dry, but not to number or value of the prizes offered in each' district. Additional: Constif- .neffdes Will Vote To- Hprrow London, Dec. addition to the list given out previously, the follow- ing constituencies will vote on Sat- urday: Ashton Lyn-e, A. H.-Scott, Aitkin, Liberal. 293' Bratlfo_rd, Central, Sir G. S. 'Rob- ertson, Pauiing, -Lib. IBdi. Bradford East, Sir W. R. B. driest ley, Mortimer, Lib. 2695. E. R. Hartley, (Soc.) Bradford W-est, F. W. Jewett, -Lab. Sir E.. Flower, Lab. Toulmin, E. L. Harmey, Lib. 208. Darlington, H. Pike Pease, Lib. 29. Exeter, H. St. Maur, H. -E. Dukc, Union. 2G. Gloucester, Lynch, I-I. Terrell, Un- ion. 12C. Gravesend, S. R.. Jenkins, Sir Gil- bert Parker; Grimsby, T. H. Sis-G. Dough- ty, Lib. "Halifax, (two J. H. Whit- ley, W. Galbraith, Lib. 4750, J. Parker, Lab., Baldwin, Lab. 4339 Hartlcpool, Sir G. Furness, W. G. H. Critten, Lib. 777. Ipswich, (two D. F Goddaixi, A. C. Churchon. Lib. 430 C. EL Lib. :3l3' T.. Gibson, (Ind. F. Lincoln, C. -H. Roberts, Sir R. Fil- Lib., 37. Maifistbne, W.: Phillips, Viscount Casleragh, L'nion.- 247'. H .Oxford City, Williams. Viscount "Vale'ntia; 'Union. 'Rochdale, A, Cpckshutt, Lib 1428, "D." Irving, Soc. A. H. J. Wood Union. 57. Wednessbury. Baker, J. Norton Grif fiths, 5D6. West Bromwich, Dr. A. E. -W. Haz- ell, Viscount Lewisham, Union. 7i5 Vigan, H. Twist, Lab., R. J.. Nev- ille, -Lab. 510. COUNCIL HAD NO QUORUM Received From local Finn For the Lamp Posts special meeting of the city coun- cil-was called for this afternoon, but was not held because of the lack of a. Another bid on the contrail "Winchester', G-. "W.' l-lon'. ior iurrashihg ornamental lamp posts B. Baring, Union. 461. was received from a local firm which Wolvernampton East, C. R. 'Iower tfian the lowest pre- Whiteside, Lib. Sl'l. .Wolverhampton rtAs- "tfaat the Col. J---- Lever, Col. L. Hickman, Union. 370. West, Levvis, A.- ORDINATION .AT Magrath, be ordained.a minister in the Presby- terian recommendation, will be made at the next regular meeting that the busi- ness go to a local firm. INNOVATIONS CONFIRMED Ottawa, Dec. board to- (day confirmed all innovations dntro- church on December 6th. Rev. lauced by the Toronto Railway Co., Gordon, Rev. Bryden, of Lethbridge, abolishing, smoking and enforcing pay Kev. Shearer of Raymond and Rev., as you enter system. The changes rVightma'n of Gardston .will- .officiate, were: opposed ;by the city. BON'T MISS THE 25 p. c. DISCOUNT Now in Force on All of Cornell Travis' Swell Stock of Clothing, Furnish- ings and Furs We are here to stay and would like to make your acquaintance. 815-Redpath door to Miss Tilney, Milliner Opposite Doctor Mewburn's We carry all kinds of'Irish linen goods. You'should .see our hand embroidered initial Cents' and ladies' handkerchiefs. Initial towels and pilloTv cases. A lot of other things that will appeal to you for XMAS-presents friends will be delighted with them.- It is the work.of the Irish peasant that has made of heavy Jinen that -.will .stand .the -wear and tear of- every "day ;use. ONCE AGAIN: Call early and get your choice. ;