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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHBRIOOC DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1MK. MINI THE HERALD'S PRIZE For 15.OOO EXTRH VOTBS (In addition to the regular schedule of votes) each Club of Five New Yearly Subscriptions to the Daily lO.OOO EXTRM Herald For each (In addition to the regular schedule of votes) Club of Five Old (Renewal) Yearly Subscriptions to the Daily Herald THIS CLUB OFFER ENDS MONDAY, DECEMBER 20th AT 10 P.M. Contest closes on Monday, January 10th, 1910 c Hi' for The Daily Herald will be entitled to the Clubs enum- crated above. ___ 1a These Extra Votes are given in ADDITION toTEe regular schedu All subscriptions turnec) in from the beginning of the contest will be included in these Clubs. Credit will be given for each year or part of year, four o-months sub- fo" the Daily counting same as one s in- one rear, and a 2-year subscription counting two in the Clubs. Subscriptions for the Weekly Herald are also included in clubs- a 6 months-subscription to the Weekly counting the same as 3 months to ?he one rear for the Weekly counting the same as 6 months for the CONDITIONS Daily and two years for tlie Weekly counting the same as one year for the clSls iu order to get the bene- are vjvxj. OR ____ r v IT Y or WFFKLT HERALD, ,vill bTincluded in Se Clubs, provided the Jotus and are handed in before December 20, at 10 record trill be kept of all subscriptions turned in and the -d 10 000 issued after the close of the 20 Nothing gained by HOLDING BACK subscriptions-candidates should turn them in as fast as received. This offer will not be repeated, nor as good or better offer made. You will lose votes if you delay There's not a Flaw in a Pall or Tub EDDY'S FIBRE- WARE Every One a Solid, Hardened, Lastfnt Mass, without a Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive Features are Yours; too, when yoo in. getting Eddy's. All Good Grocers can "supply you., twrjwhwe, fa Canada. for MATCHES. KING'S SPEECH READ TO T'HE LORDS London. Dec. 3.-The King's speech nrorogulng parliament was read 4ay The proceedings were brief and the 'attendance small- In fact ue private members of the chamber were Smort outnumbered by the ministers Ushers were seat Immediately to j-he house to request the -ttcna- of the commoners at the upper chamber to hear the royal speech. 1 The speech was read by Lord Hign Loreburn. who was sup- I ported by Viscount Althorp, the Lord Chamberlain, Lord MacDonnell, Lord IPentland. secretary for Scotland, and lLord Haversham. A.S soon as the speech had been Ircad the Kinc's consent to the buls passed during the session was an- nounced and the members dispersed. A number of ladies witnessed the j proceedings from the galleries. Nominate a Candidate for the Herald Contest very day is when an Edison Phonograph is the holiday maker. What is Christmas but a time of joy, of en- tertainment, of peace and goodwill? What produces these things so much as a jolly family circle with the addition of a few friends, all listening to the wonderfully varied programs produced by an Edison Phonograph playing Edison Amberol Records? You can have just such a real Christmas. Hear the Edison Phonograph today play some of-those new Sousa's Band Records, and you will learn for the first time what Edison has done for sound-reproducing machines. Edison Phonojrraphs 515.50 to 5162.50 F.-'iioa Standard Records Id son Ambcrr-I Records Way twice as Ions) Edison Grand Opera Records 85c. to ,1.25 Tiere ire Edison dealers everywhere Go to the asar- and tear the Edison Phonograph play both Edison Itendkrf and Amberol Records and cfet complete catalog from your dealer or from us. NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH COMPANY 100 N J-, U. S. A. Grave Fears Were Felt For the Astors' Safety NOMINATION BLANK GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES ONLY ONE BLANK ACCEPTED FOR ANY ONE CANDIOTTE I nominate Address ae a candiflate in THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Prize Voting Contest. Signed Address. Ctft out this Want, send it to The Herald with your name, or the name and address of your favorite cand late. The names of oeople making nominations be jged if so requested. WANT EX-SOLDIERS IN AUSTRALIA Melbourne, Dec. A. Drabin, premier of the commonwealth, in re- ferring to the suggestion put forward by Lord Dundonald to extend veter- ans' corps to the colonies, said he thought that former soldiers and for- mer sailors made desirable citizens and they would find excellent oppor- tunities in Australia. BAD BLIZZARD IN STATE OF MONTANA Butte, Dec. of the worst blizzards of the season is raging over eastern Montana and Northern Wy- oming. The Wyoming stockmen fear losses. At Matinee and Sheridan, Wyov five hundred school children had to be escorted home by police and civilians yesterday to prevent their being lost in the storm. nod and Anxiety oer safcu- ol the yacht which it U. the Indies -.vhen it learned .that no trace 0, the reported. On board the vessel are Colonel As.tor, with his son forty-five members oi thf crew PREHISTORIC ANIMAL FOUND NEAR SPOKANE j _____ Wash., Dec. and bones of what, appear to be the skull or a prehistoric animal were ed by laborers on Joseph Gelger's ranch on Dutch flat in. the Palousc, i whwt belt In southeastern j 1 two and a half miios southwest; lof One tlie tusks is inches in and meaoiiros IS ins. la' the base -K. iVh0 o-hi-r is broken. Tiie tusks -ver-> lahoiii. on tho a IK! spread 36 inches between the will "oo made to i of the skeleton. It is believ- ed this is the remains of ;tn aniiiin! i oi the mastodon type, but of an age. preceding by centuries that to which i tho bones of mammoths found here- tofore in other parts of the Inland Empire belonged. A portion of the broken tusk was found on Goiser s fctpn about six yfwirs ago, but little o'tention was paid to it unr.l of ine skull and the ong ivories a r--v.- days ago. If ton can be recovered it win to" one of the institutes 10 s. rd for cxl'.ibition purposes. i AIRSHIP COMPETITION IN THE WEST NEXT Dee. uo by Farr Cot- nnd other Inllooiis and aviation record next summer, under the management :of" spori- i ins "writer at Sious City, Iowa, who has romnleted here ifor to guarantee the meet. announces that C. P._ Cl'icago. formerly a banker in county will try for the wor.d s "cord his balloon, the Chicago. he recently went WO miles There will also be a of other competitions including flights, ondur- and contents. The promot- will leave for Paris some r-oril', to have c-on- more than TU-r-ts in. the west. and says he make the suost; ui- 'be Jliors to tost How Wifl Th Act? That is the test for Suits and Overcoats. You can see the style, fit and finish for yourself. But how they will wear and hold their shape, rests with the makers. The Fit-Reform trade in ark guarantees the service of every garment we sell. Suits Overcoat! to i John Lat.hriV.iRwl 30, was killed the Don Valley Works, Toronto I by a huffc mass of clay falling on him 1 while ho digging an embankment. Ps FffW MdCELYIE Sole Agents (or ;