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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 Tiri? LETnitmnGE DAILY IT Miss Vogan it the star'today Mrs. Fletcher Second Now For The Final Spurt The 'Round the World The Cottage; TKe Auto or Thej I 200 in Solid Cash --AVhich? Or will you be satisfied with the'Player Piano, the Upright Piano or one of the Cash Prizes? the'Prizes. It will pay you to hustle until the the closing night The Contest Closes One Week From Tomorrow Night Five times fouii up .The'Hv'c candidHU's sluuiilus firs! lo I'Mth lodaj have over lliat many votes. When yon it in the it's just many are not votod, that's another (mt'Stion. nothing but win in. this contest. No sll-stlll- flnd-lnisMo-Iuck.conteKtum will runic in the prices. Hut thmi there arc really-no contestants in this race who expected to win at the start-tii'f who have slackened their pare- durint; the contest. .Uany. changes In tlie line-up imty be made between now and the. llth of December. it to lie a verv close voles in the paper show that' A few hundred thousand votes not of much consequence when a- JU'ml cash prize is at stake. knows how nniuy votes it will take to however, as many as, the best hustler can get together. The winner may have a wide margin, and again may win by a few thousand. That's why it isn't safe to set a mark and stop when it is reached. The plan Is to make each' of 'the remaining day of the-contest bring results. If yon fall short one day you will likely catch up the next day. At Calgary a few years ago a candidate nsei! this system and Joined a day's needed it too, to win first prize. .queer tlie excuses some iieople give to avoid paying for their paper IV paying to a candidate. Now everybody expects to pay-for their paper some time, but there'are a few yrouelies who just can't "loosen up" during a', contest and help a candidate. Last, week one of the live ones cornered a man and was apparently getting alous'smoothly, until he. asked. "Do you know how your subscription He replied, and didn't ttnile wheii he said it, "It's none of -your business how i stand." The candidate felt rather "sat upon" but came up smiling when a snbsoriptlon for two years was secured from a total stranger. Uotli in- cidents happened the same day. Some of the stories-related at the contest office would make mighty interesting reading. The office force at'the prize department cannot tell any of; the best stories as it would he a violation of the confidence of the candidates. GOSSIP ABOUT CANDIDATES .Miss Thelma Yoean fijnre.d long and studied hard before -she voted yesterday. "I wiint my name in that little space in the corner, but I don't know-how many votes it: will, take." The contest manager said he didn't know either. "Well, here's Sa.OOU; we'll see whether that will turn the trick or not." Mrs. Ira C. Fletcher's .interests were looked after yesterday by Mr. Fletcher, who made, tt business trip to Lethbridee yesterday. The founda- tion for the cottage' has not been excavated at votes'are piling up toward it just the same. Mr. John R. Kevill simply dotes on having his name in black type. He says he'd like to lead every day, for after getting the hahil, the judges might be more inclined to allow him to hold the first place after the votes are all counted. To show her friends-that she is as busy as ever, Mrs. Stibbs added a few thousand to her score of Saturday. Mr. .1. A. Hidanit speeded along to :the JiOO.OOO brigade, lie says that he is not so very particular ab'out leading the contest, so long as -he can Keep in a good position. Only three more voting" you want to shim? send in your THE FOLLOWING BULLETIN CONTAINS THE NAMES OP ALL y.THE CANDIDATES AND THEIR RELATIVE STANDING FOR THE -PRIZES IN THE HERALD'S CONTEST, ACCORDING TO THE ''VOTES DEPOSITED IN THE BALLOT BOX UP TO LAST EVENING. VOGAN, MISS THELMA, 619-13th St. South, city................. FLETCHER, MRS. IRA. Magrath, STIBBS, MRS, N. Avenue South, city REVJLL, JOHN R., 617-14th St. South, city PATTERSON, MISS JEAN B., BUIrmorc, AlbtfU................ BIDAULT, j. A., 312.10th St.'South, city......................... MARSHALL, Alberta..........-.........'.'........'..' DULMAGE, GERALD, A., Bow Island, PELLETIER, MISS AGNES, Plncher Creek, SCOTT.'MISS .LOUISE, Micleod, BARBGR, MISS VIVIAN, Carmangay, Alberta..................... HOULT, MRS. W., St. North, City..........'............ HUTTON, MISS EVA, Ave., South, city NEGREY, STEPHEN, 225-13th St. North, city ..j___........... OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312-14th St. South, ENGLISH, J. T., 501.19th St. North, M.050 LEDINGHAM, C. I., 508-5th Ave. South, city BOISVEHT, MISS YVENNE, 416-12th St, A. N., city ........j----- SELLENS, MISS DOROTHY, 908-7th Avenue South, city......... CUNNINGHAM, Ave. South, city........'......'... THURSTON, RODERICK, Lucky Strike, Alia. WRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St., North; city....................... MEIKLE, GEORGE C., New Michel, B. C. PATTERSON, MISS JEAN, Starlind 'Theatre.................. ELKO..B. C..............v....................... MURPHY, JAMES, Jr., Burmll, Alberta .HULl'T, MISS ARLIN, W.rner, Alberta. REOSHAW, MISS St., North, city.......... BARN IBS. GRAYCE, 210-10th St.- South, city K NOW IS THE TIME to help a candidate win .one of the prizes in the Herald's great subscription' competition. If you wait longer than one week from tomorrow night it will be too Why not DO IT NOW All the contestants will be unable to make the rounds on'tho last day if very many of these "I' if-youineed-it" supporters do not hand In their subscriptions soon. If you are not able to get in touch with your favorite candidate, paymenli may be mailed or brought to-the contest office and the proper candidate will get the benefff'Of the votes. The List of Prizes house, lo be erected by The Herald; or automobile of make; or a trip around the world, all expenses paid, or cash Eight hundred dollar Angelus Player Piano. Four, hundred dollar-McMillan Upright Piano. Two hundred and fifty'dollar order on sny Lethbridne merchant advcrtii- Ing In (he Herald, In cash. Ono hundred and fifty dollar parlor suite or dining room suite to purchased from an-advertiser, or cash. One hundred'dollar.Victrola and worth of records, or cash. Sixty dollarS'in cash., Forty-five dollars In-cash. Thirty dollars in cash. i Twenty-five dollars in cash. A ADDITIONAL of fourth prize candidate may fl20 course In Garbutt Business College and cash; Instead of fifth prize coiire1 and: ?30 cash or the .above course in-lieu of sixth prize. Ten per cent commission to candidates-who do not win a regular prize. HOW THE PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED The above prizes will be awarded to the ten candidates, regardless 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. Pianos have been purchased from Robert They, 410-12th St. A., south, local representative of Gourlay, Winter Leemlns, Toronto. Contest Closes December llth Have Your Christmas Photos Made By La Feitz All the newest styles and in photography Studio over Good Company's grocery SCHEDULE T SUI1 Quebec. Dec. reduction of two- thirds in Ihe protested Canadian Pa- cific Railway rate for switching and fliuniini; freighi cars lo and from the rn-r lorry here IF ordered by the Board of Railroad Commissioners of Canada, to become effective on the flth inst. Tlie new -will tie one cent per UK) pounds, and cents per huii- ilred pounds, 'ft-jtli a minimum charge of to or from public tracks. Thy protested rate wa.s 3 ceuts pel' 100 pounds. The oilier is made without preju- dice to the inquiry into Inter- switcliin? services ami general- ly, and subject to any order that may be made iu that imjmry. Train Service at Present is Satisfactory-Young People Held Debate en in, while v.atenvork.s brought 41 Taxes for town purposes amounted to and foe purposes to Tlie good conduct' 01" the citizens is 'seen in an addition] of only S33 in The town tax' amounted to debenture tax to 5120.77 ami frontage tax to 5353.! The disbursement list shows that the' public school has cost the town SS200. Water-works and extensions depicted the treasury to the amount of 500. Debenture interest got away with another J2Q70. Electric light's cost The fire, water and light' comniitiee used SlBtifi works and property JSriB and health and relit: M7G. The resources anil liabilities ac> i-ount was also presented by Secre- tary Wriclc ami showed tlie former to I be and the latter j I The Mutual Improvement Associa- o? ihf firsl and second wards of n Mormon church were piKed against each other in a debate last week which proved to be of excep- ThlGiftCentre Our reputation of presenting a .peerless array of gift goods will be fully upheld this season Our lines of ICIiu (Mass. Sl-erliiitv Silver. iJijuiioiid .-inil I'l-ii-l .IcweliT. Klionv Fdiiiiiain IVus, Hino-s. Cloi.-k's. cu-.. j's very liiM'hcr vim wish an ini'XpiMlsivc or ;iu cx- iirlirle. you sire n.ssiiTcd ul' cduniMius service and our will ing assistance i.u the inai- U'.r of choice. E. A. Ewert Jeweller :iiid Oliver Hlnck Lediln-hlge, Raymond, Dec. secretary the Board oi Trade is asking tor [expression on the part: of the citi-. zeiis as to what answer should he giv- en to the letter from Supt. Cameron1 t-ional interest to those who heard it. regarding the proposal to alter the Tl'f was, "Resolved that sui- t-rain service on the'Cardstcin hranch. j should :ie extended to women." Sneaking witlt a number of the citi- affirmative was upheld by Don zens they seemed very much opposedSkouson and Miss Dorothy to any such change. The main their arguments were negatived ance seemed to he that to visit JI'SS Boyson and Mr. Aselj bridge under the new schedule one' Palmer. The arguments on both, will io stay all night and a si'lps very telling and the judg-j part oi next day. The present scr- hail some difficulty in rendering a1 vice cannot he improved upon so lar decision. After careful as this town is concerned, and agree- however, the negative got it. The with I lie change can only he as Mayor Evans, Mrs. V.j a matter of accommodation in the Tanner and Miss The winners railway company. Of course, there represented the second ward. j may he a suggestion us time) The, social committee oi "The Bea- at which trains should run under the vers'1, the adult Bible class of the new schedule. The dilliculty of gcl-j I'rcshj-terian church, entertained the. a representative meeting con- members oi ihc class and their friends ironl.s llin Hoard of Tratie ami how to give problem. i intelligent answer is The secretary invites 1hc cussion cither through the mails or fly' persona! .Srcilrity his oflice .in visit Hloek. Tfnvn Report report iff tiiu secrHary-Ueasiir- on Wednesday night of last, week.I Hakei! heans and brown bread were; the .staple grain was Toombs, and Messrs. Speakinan and Mason. Games were played and coup-) les made by a proverb contest. The! next meeting of "The Beavers" will refreshments and a pro-! contributed by jliss, In licenses Sllifi? tak- Ihe town of Raymond shows be. Wednesday, Dec. -I, when a debate. Ihc tola! reccipls for Ihc year ilc s- amount to S The sale of tlle sulcs hcntnres brought electric wiu lie "Resolved that light i< responsible for an addition of r ls of educational value than hooks." About 31) students of the Knight Academy, accompanied by several of Ihe instructors, went to Cardston the interests of the Academy and sveie present al a free dance given in1 the meeting bouse under -Academy patronage. R. A. Amos, who was reported last week lo he sintering from a threaten- ed attack of appendicitis, is not making as rapid recovery as his phy- i sician could wish. The death occurred at Raymond on Friday morning of Mrs. Andrew liable, who with her husband hasfwcn n of Raymond-for many years. The, dcccascclTady lias been a slficret Table Silver Grace, beauty and quality arc all combined in silver articles marked This brand, known cs 'Sihir flan that Wean" is made in the heaviest grade of plate. There ore many designs from J which to choosiiJ Sold liy i from for several years and during the past twelve lit on tilt; lias been constantly under the doctor's care. Tlie husband and two small children arc left to mourn the! loss of a devoted wife mother. A considerable honor has been- con- ferred on K. A. Gillies oi Raymond' in his appointment to the oflice oi District Deputy G-jcand Master Oi the; Independent Order of Oddfellows. Gillies has always been one of the most- prominent of Raymond! Lodge and was its tirst Noble Grand. The new ollice will entail occasional visits to lodges in his jurisdiction. NOVEMBER WEATHER Weather observations during No- vember, 1011', compiled K. K. ttiseii- haiier, meteorological observer, were: Number of cloudy dayt% number of days during which snow fell, -I; total hours of actual snowfall, to- tal precipitation for month, O.M) ins.; liigbest temperature recorded, lowfcst temperature meian temperature for month, total hours of bright simfilime, total precipitation from January We to date, 12.OS iuehus. To permit a person to.tell" the ttmo while lying in bed an Englishman has invented an electric clock which pro- jects a magnified reproduction of its face on the ceiling when, a" button at the end of a cord f I I C t. fjV I C f f- 3 How to Buy Gloves Right Guaranteed by the Makers THE wear of a glove depends upon how it is made, the kind of leather in how the leather is tanned. One pair of gloves may last three months, another six.months, another only a month. You never can tell unless you know something about leather and tannage; or unless you have a dependable Guide Post to go by. The'bc5t and safest Guide Post in buying Work-Gloves, IB to look for the H.B.K. Trade Mark stamped on the palm. This Trade Mark is a GUARANTEE of satisfactory service. Every pair of H.B.K. gloves is built as well as a glove can possibly he built. The leather is specially tanned by the H.B.K. process to make it extra thick and touffh. This process DOUBLES the life of the leather, and gives you TWICE the wear of ordinary gloves. SATISFACTION OR A NEW! PAIR FREE..... EVERY pair of H.B.K. Work-Gloves is absolutely guaran- teed to give the wearer perfect satisfaction. If not, the dealer is authorized to give you a new pair FREE. It is your, interest to asl: for, and insist on getting the H.B.K. Brand GUARANTEED Gloves. See that the Diamond Trade Mark is plainly, stamped on the palm of. the glove. This ii your best protection in glove buying. The Hudson Bay Knitting Company Canada's Expert Glove Makers MONTREAL I ;