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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta JE Page 10 STANDING GIVEN MONDAY, CAST BAJOTS TO-DAY Nothing Startling is Expected, as the Con- test is too Young for a Very Large Vote to the Credit of Any Candidate-Another Subscriber Will Win a Two Dollai .Bill To-day 7 the .publication of the firs srsjxlirig of the candidates Monday the! HeraiiTs voting contest really start, just as lively as desire, but the indica tJonsVat tiiis time are that all the com petitdrs will nave .votes to their cred it. Some' may nave many thousands of others HM-y have only a newspaper ballots. The city dates, 'both in the main contest and tne Shetland pony division" have ali made fair progress. and the published may sho-w that the start is an even, one. The candidates in .the outside dis- tiSct." always require a Mule more time to get into the running, and a few of the _ Division B contestants may- not activity [Monday. This lact sjiould not cause Anxiety among taeir friends. There is as much .pained "in the country district as In the .city of Leth-bridge, and the final the finish of the, contest, to be will'tindcflibtedly show- as many .real "iive-svires" in one- division as an- .other.' The voting is. now 'in the hands place Ms or her eagle eye en the auto and, take no notice of any other prize, regular or expected consolation. The automobile is "worth-going after AND IS WORTH. GOING AFTER HARD. Subscriber's Prizes Some subscriber will draw another prize today. The announcement of the winner to be published on Mon- day. This is a, new departure in news- paper contests. Usually the candi- dates get all the prizes and the sub- scriber-gets the good paper to read, the additional satisfaction of helping some hustling candidate win a fine pme. -Every subscriber paying a candidate for six months for the daily or one year for the weekly (from Wednesday to Friday nights) gets one ihaiice for this prize: if the payment s for a year lor the two chan- ces are given in the draw. The lucky siibscriber gets the S2 (which sum will Bot he refused, that's certain) and the Candidate gets the an even deal. The next draw after today nest Wednesday, and .all sub- the candidates; and die old and new J scrtbers, paying a candidate Sat- "urday morning until Tuesday will_ nave one or more .tickets hat. j fUad This, Boys and Girls of .the, Daily and "Weekly HeraldJ The-. geiting: the' most Vm .declared the ;wiiuier ot A'J. A-A.S. A A A T" "r "r THE HERALD'S PRIZE LIST A Crichtoh. is today; _ "Read 5lie says: _ "Dear Jlr. Trip McLaugWin-Buick bile. European 'Coronation: or cash. Building Lot. The 'above are the Grand Prizes to THREE candidates. came today, and I will A-ut'omo-. ic I asleep The District Prizes Follow: <'First prize in each' of the four of .two weeks' vacation" at Lagjan and Banff "for one person; at the -'Waterton Lakes for two per- cash. Second prize in each of the four districts, purse of gold. A A A A A' A A A A A A A jjn.bed when Daddy phoned me that! 11 had won the and 1 got right up 'and got dressed, and.I was so tickled that I could not go to sleep that' night, and Jim went after Prince next mornuig and when Jr, I came -home -from "school" he -was in our barn. He is just iovely and ;body that sees "him thinks so. Every time.we talce him down town someon'e waatff-io; buy him., but will never j sell him. :'i" think I am'a very, lucky. I girl and .the .boy or girl, that. tiie in will be made very I happy and it is worth working- hard for. "With'' love from Jim and I to I -Mrs.- Dyce and .yourself. "Your -little friend. "GWENDOLYN. CRICHTOX." Calgary, Alta., Dec. 3, 1910. The Names of Those so Far Nominated in the Herald's Contest 'I .i.i DIVISION A.' At least of the grand prizes go to this division. District'No. that part of the City of Lethbridge lying north" and :east of the Third Ave., from First Street to .south on Sixth toTonrth Ave., east on Fourth Ave. to Eleventh St...south on Eleventh to city limits. 'At least two the prizes so to this district. and Second Ave. South. E. HUMPHRIES, corner Tenth St. MISS GRACE AROUSE, 59 Argyle St. ERNEST TOVfNSEND, 1817 McBeth St. CAMPBELL AJRD. 1302 S-v-nth Ave. South Agnew and Westminster. -HAROLD KERR, Ave. District All that part of the city :ot LethhriOse lying south aud west of the above boundary. At least two of the prizes so to this district. MISS AGNES DOWSETT Sixth Avc. South and Tenth St. MfSS .OLIVE DAVIES, 40S Fifth Ave. South. MtSS LIZZIE SHIRLEY, 302 Sixth Ave. A. South. MME. E. NORMAN, Sixth Ave. South. j DIVISION B. At least one of "the grand to this division. No. all towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Eri- Ver At least two ef the Prizes go to this Saturday. December lillA CHAMPION'S THE Never such Cheap Jewelry Prices since Noah built the Aril The bigsest.Jewel.y ever Happened in the histovi- of big, sjo-aheacl Lethbi-idge. Xlioiisaiuls liave visited e store and feasted on the Champion's prices. Every body sinilinsj'. even the poor aiidithe oiiflcion but everybody is busy. HIGH PRICES TAlvEIA CHAMPION'S PRICESIwil If it's not here, try Waghorne's Guide ut Glass, Gold Alligalor Bags; Chime Clocks. Mantle Clocks. Grandfather Clocks. Broaches Mis Fauct luna, Royal Crowt Derby, Sterling .Silver, Maniciu-e Sets Toilet Sets. Breastami Comb Sets. Trays of Brace Kts. Diamonds, Precious Stones. Solid Silverware, 12 dwt. and 16 dwt. Flat Silverware. CoMifilete of Rodgers Goods m all the rie.w and patterns and designs. Stock. Champions Prices On The Whole Line Father says it's a bargain, Mother says it's Right. Quite Bight. Regular Alarm-. Clocks 69 cents in Find a place for me in your hoiiie 8 in. Cut (rlass BoSvls Gold Clocks values Saturday. and Sweeter every year. Gold Handle IMbrellas Go to bed if you to. 8 day clocks Drice Chanipion-s price the difference you sate. won- 1 rest till you buy'tMs'oiie. office c1l and SofiliSld links' for TalieltEasy! Gents'Gold Headed Walking Sticks and You until you Jiave. one yourself! Filled 45 V- _ Gold Filled Save THAT'S WHY T buys a Pendant THAT'S WHY Brass Clock. THAT'S WHY buys a Sterling Silver 'Set. Brothers your le vr' i your Sisters Tell Dad THAT'S Sterling Manicure: THAT'S WHY 1 Silver Toiled Set THAT'aWH .1' Clock ,-r----, rf If Jouah of thepi-ices Clialnpion is selling- Jewelry iorMwould taken to the as On account o" poor health, Hon. G. j cidc a1 ixjndon, ..was Reported ,to her, K. was obliged to decline an i mother's j invitation to speak, in Great Britain j on the question of imperial preference, has Deen missing, for five Draper, -who attempted sui- and- the for him. The Gait Board of Health has start fid an agitatipa .--.asainst the. '.Ions 'blasts' of 'the- factory- thistles in'-that- MISS SUSAN WITBECK, Raymond. Alia. MISS MARY McKENZIE, Macleod, MAMIE A. FORUNIER. Pinoher Creek, AH3. D. R, WARE, Hat, Alts. JOHN R. MacDONALD, Hotmer, B. C. i WfSS EDITH HARKER, Cardtton, D. W. COULTER, Alta. District No. all towns in Southern Alber a, 1U1der population. At least two of Faston, Kr? so this FLORENCE S. VETTER, Beltevue, 3.L. KIM BALL. Grassy STANLEY M, WELSH, Barons, Alta. MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, Alta MfSS TtLLIE MAY TJEARNEY. Burdett. EM JLY MILLER, Bew Island SHETLAND PONY DIVISION TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON DAILY HERALD TEN VOTES For any .regularly nominated the Daily HcrakV's 'Great Prize Comet. 1.' (Name of District Xo. (Addressj This package contains.......... votes ___________________Void After December 10 This coupon will count for votes when properly filled out ancf sent to the Contest Department of The Herald before the, expiration'-' date shown above. A for boys and girls under NORA STAFFORD, 1S19 Horn St. AOA MURRAY. 1104 Courtland St. JAMES NCSBfT, Stafford WfMNlE SELLENS, 908 Seventh St. A. PEGGIE CRAiQ, 1252 Fourth Ave. North. AGNES KERR, Fourteenth St. fctORQE 334 Rd. WALTER PALMER, DUDLEY, B. C. years of age. right is r change, buuudarr the VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS AND THE PR THE HERALD DAILYHERALD......By Carrier By Mail New SIX MONTHS 12QO ONE YEAR 4.00 3.00 3000 YEARS 8.00 6.00 9000 THREE YEARS 12.00 y.00 15CCO FIVE YEARS 20.00 15.00 27000 WEEKLY ONE YEAR 51.50 TWO YEARS THREE FIVE YEARS 1500 3500 5000' 10000 CE OF Old 600 4500 7500 750 1750 2600 THE HERALD'S Automobile and European Contest NOMINATION This nomination does not count as a vote and need be sent in but once for each can- didate.', I Nominate ;df Candidate) District )_____ (Street-or '-Signcif} (Name of Nominator) the candidate wishes ..to compete for the Shetland Pany, sign name be- low. Competing for Shetland VACUUM-HOUSECLEAOTNG PHONE 1115 Or. CALL 1208 Jhe steamship Aiva, a quarantine., At Meddvbemps. Me.. Ghari.s ooaL biult lor, the a wealthy resident, wat helninr mem, sailed from Falraouih forHaJi- repair'a church whence till from ;ax" U staging and was killed. Shilohb Cure julckly stops coughs, coids. heals 26 cents'. AH Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" .MATCHES Know they make no noise or sputter and have no odor; are quick, and sure. Made by IfiL B; fifily, Go., HifiitEl Roll, Canada Ask your nearest grocer for them ;