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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE AN AUTOMOBILE GIVEN FOR ENERGY AND BRAINS ONIY RE- u Try This LittU. But Quickly, Money lUfunded. "Do you mean to teil me that the {option of tafeias- down 1500 in cash, .if -Herald iB. going ,to give away a. big jtne winner should inconvenient just for ga-j to ?taJce the trip. The automobile toes ito tbe.cantiidate with the highest vote tnenng someone Vil duringjat'the close of the contest..The Euro- little "Whwfc is the auto "You Blight not believe- me if I told Toil, ,so ;juet 'phone the iloLaughlin Messrs. Hyde Saunders, and the next tew( by trip or in cash goes to the January all it will cost is a candidate with'the highest vote in the dmsiion the one in cne autoes won. This apportioning of prizes assures eacb of the I Mix two cups of granulated with cup of warm water, and for 2 minutet. Put 2% of Pin- ex (fifty worth) in a IS or. bot- tle; then add the Sugar Syrup. Take a teaapoonful every one, two or three hours. You will find that this simple rem- edy hold of a. cough more quick- ly, than anything else you ever.uaed. Tuesday, December SHIPPING STOCK FROM COUTTS CO prizes. :Then comes the "1400 build- .msk a, member that firm bow lots as. the tMrd grand prize. The money it .will take to --buy. an auto like j candidate having the highest vote in j any District or -division, after the first and jseeond grand prizes are awarded, "Usually ends a deep-seated cough in- side of 24 hours. Splendid, too, for whopping1 cough, chest pains, bron- chitis and other throat troubles. It stimulates the appetite and' is slight- ly laxative, which Lelps- end a cough. This recipe makes more and better cough syrup than you could buy ready-made for S2.50. It keeps per- fectly and tastes pleasant Pinex is the most valuable concen- trated compound of Norway white contest one of the pine extract, and Is rich in guiaicol .the furnished the ".Does it cost anything to enter the contest and fcut energy." mil be.; the winner of the J-iOO lots. ATtec the grand prize winners are "Well, I'll look over the list from, the contest, the can- .ttiftates, and. if I do not the standing first in each -district lean suppoprt, 111 go into! awarded the choice of two J--.TIUS and all the natural pine elements which are so hciiluig to. the mem- oranes. Other preparations will not work in this formula. This plan of making cough syrup with Finer and Sugar Syrup (or strained honey) has proven so popu- lar throughout the United States and Canada, that It is often Imitated. But the old, .successful formula has never teen equalled. _ JL guarantee of absolute satisfaction, The above conversation took place amrween.; the eontesVman and a per- had just commenced to-take of: the Herald's vacatioca trips or in cash, and the.) or money promptly refunded, goes' candidates standing second will this recipe. Your druggist has neir w the purses of gold. Stop a, minute and; think about the -division contest, j of territory and apportioning of the fiid not enter his Doii't it seem very fair VTWy good'reason that he found j in list of candidates the name ot .la. very ffood friend whom he will sup- r the quiet, he said. But the" automobile is not the only prize offered. The second grand Is ia. trip TO the coronation of you? Doesn't every worker stand caance to equal chance at that? The candidate with the Tiigh- est .vote naturally- gets much no (single or di- vision, can :taie all that is worth .working for. George, which indues three j" Bouncer sight-secmsr in England and! .Bouncer aai and three-day; trip to with an f arrive in Lethbridge STANDING OF CANDMIES .Votes will be Addtd Again for The Herald. No Change in Standing S DIVISION A, .At leait of rantf o ta Pinex of will get It for you. If not, to The Toronto, Ont Canadians Buying Up Cattle of Montana Handlers Coutts, Alta., Dec. has" just been announced that about iSOO-.heid of cattle "have 'been" rounded iipvjby parties in the tory to shipment to points in Canada and to T be live stock firm of Baicpslii Waliinger, of Winnipeg, are the buyers, it is reported- -thai they will use irc-st of the animals'to supply tn.eir rueivt retail trade in will reserve the choicest catue to send across the Ocean to the -Mother Country. All of the shippers are well known stockmen of northern dlontana and southern Alberta. P.. J. Bucklej'i 'of Street Grass, 31om., and Thos. Ten- or Cfcutts, partners in- the live stock business, are preparing to ship 350 head.; R. E. Sickler is disposing of about 700 head, the last .of his herd. :t Farnell, former manager of the j Bujueuung- like. head of own He also, business. aither Saturday or ac- cording to advices ;froni J. JL Marples ot" from whom the pony and was purchased. And It will require about to pay Tor .Bouncer and the fciiggy and har- ness. The ,b'oy .or girl who-wins' out in the pony division of the contest will be as little G-wen doiyn Crichtoa of wil be happy as this bright little "I. Work for Bouncer. Have your mamma, your papa, your uncles, your aunts, your big sister and big sister's beau help you get votes. cattle ready, for shipment. is _'going; out of the stock Coffin is making a large ship- ment; the exact number-has1 not as1 yet -been, learned. Harry. Hall, who disposed of most of his animals last! season, has been out the past week rounding, up the fragments of his herd to send: along with the larger -All of-the cattle ,will be driven, t .station, which is 1 SASKATCHEWAN CITIES WIN CASE By.Comniission Says that Hallways Were Dis- criminating: Htc. fi.-The'Regina Board r today received copy of the judgmwit of. the .railroad coin- nission, ii the course .of it states: "I am of the" opinion" that proved that the spr- ial lass freight tariffs of the Canadian Wrthern Railroad Company and the Canadian Pacific Kailway" company Port Arthur and For.t Wil- iam. and points west unjust- y discriminate in favor of Winnipeg other points in the 'province of lanitoba to the prejudice and aiitage of Regina, and Moose Jaw and ther-- points west of 'Saskatchewan and that the companies should be re- quired to reduce their rates so as to remove this'discrimination by publish ing and" filing a netv tariff to take ef- fect not later'than April A, 1911." PERFUMED Is the Standard Article READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY ft-tiOMp. Mtfleniui MADE IN CANADA. Kor Old (I STATES SWEPT BYBADSTORM VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIP- TIONS AND ..THE PRICE OF THE HERALD Daily By CarrierBy Mail New Old No.' that of the 'City of Lethbridge' lying north and east of .the following Third Ave., from Flrsf Street to'Sixth-Street, south on Sixth to Fourth Ave., east on .Fourth: Are. to .Eleventh on Eleventh to city limits. At least two of the prizes go district" MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, cor. Tenth St. and Second Ave.'.' ..MISS -RACE PROUSE, 59 Argyle ERNEST 1B17 McBeth St. CAMPBELL A1RD.. 1302 Seventh -A ve. .530 CHRIS. GJBSON. Agnew and Westminster 70 HAROLD KERR, 444 Torrance Ave. District-'No. that part of'.the city, of Lethbridge lying south and irest of the above .boundary. At least two of -the 'prizes so "to this district MISS AGNES DOWSETT, .Sixth Ave. South and Tenth St. 12 760 MfSS OLIVE DAVIES, 405 Fifth Ave. South IVUSS LIZZIE SHIRLEY, 302 Sixth Ave. A. South....." MME. E, NORMAN, 122 Sixth Avt. At one the frand prrzn this District No. all towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia over population. At least "two of'the prizes so to this district MISS SUSAN WIT1ECK. Raymond, ...-_.........- MISS MARW McKENZIE, Macleod, MISS MAMIE A. FOURNIER, Pincher Creek, D. R. WARE, Medicine Hat, Alta.......................... 130 JOHN R. MacDONALD. Hosmer. B. 20 MISS EDITH HARKER, Cardston, D. W. COULTER, Taber, Alta. .............r..............10.500 District No. all to-wrxs in Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia, under l.OQO population. At least of the prizes to district MfSS FLORENCE S. VETTER. Bellevue, Aita. 900 D. L. KIM BALL, Graisy Lake. Alta........ I STANLEY M. WELCH, Barons, Alta. 60 MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling. Alta. ...........80 MISS LILLE MAY TIEARNEY. Eurdett. Alta MISS EMILY MILLER, Bow Island, Aita. SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys and girls under 15 years of age. 6 Months 1 Year ___ 4.00 2 Years 8.00 3 Years ....12.00 5 Years.......... Weekly 1 Year Years'.......... 3.00 Years 20.00 15.00 3.00 .3000 6.00 9.00 15000- 10000 600 1500 miles north of the international..boun dary line, and work of loading on tc cars -nil! be started on Dr. Patton, Canadian, stocfc'in spector. forfthe Coutts. district, vril be at Milk River at that time to amlne the" cattle before they are- load ed. No more, striking evidence of- the rapid of'the Montana- and Southern Al the'last years can be given than the fact that'so'many live stock; have passed out recently. Dozens'? -'atockmeav this have forced i to- clear .up to- the curtailment orvrHe NORA -STAFFORD, 1819 Hern St. ADA MURRAY 1104 Courtland St. JAMESMESBIT. Stafford Village WINNIE SELLENS, 908 Seventh St. A. PEGGIE CRA'G, 1252 Fourth Ave. North AGNES XERR, 417 Fourteenth St. GEORGE SUPiNA, 334 Westminster Rd. WALTER PALMER, Grassy Lake, Alt.. RUSSELL DUDLEY, Fernie. E. C, ALICE SPARKS, Raymond ......I right is reserved to change the boundarv of the districts in the cw. not to reduce the number or value of the prizes offered in each 'GJ B uFlu L- THE HERALD'S Automobile arid European Tour Contest NOMINATION BLANK This nomination does not count as a vcte and need be sent in but once for each can- didate. I Nominate (Name of Candidate) District No. (Street or Town) Signed (Name of Nominator) Address the candidate wishes to compete for the Shetland Pany, si0n name be- low. Competing for Shetland Pony Disaster in South and Along Atlantic Seaboard New York, Dec. blizzard .which originated in the Tennessee mountains and travelled eastward, swept the Atlantic seaboard today. 'snow -and "sleet feir over" the entire country from 'Virginia north- east and' through the. iNew England States. A': high' north-easter-roused the Atlantic Ocean .and four ocean steamships that port had to anchor ;in-the lower bav. Canton, reported the temperature to be .12 below: zero.- .Snow 'delayed traffic in New. -York .and. there. ,was general suffering among the. poor. -V- ..In" 'K entuc-tyv _ Ope of. the 'stprms- for many ..years :3n 'Kentucky', tddaV." THe'iall-in.'tiie mountains" was iwo' while -the "low tea honest belief is that we have brought Blue Ribbon Tea as near perfection as modem methods and ma- terials will permit. Blue Ribbon Tea has distinct-mdmdiiality that lifts it above the other brands. Buy a packet today and if yoii' are not entii-ely satisfied with it your grocer wiU refund your moneyv _- BARONS.-. iiturrayj voi Murrayi-' ana' .wh-ere-ihe' spent-' a pleasant week. LaoUes' Aid.last Soliciting- com- mittees %-e" all-out making final ar- "42! There ,wa8- no ..regular, meettag-of the -M. .week with a 'bride. Hurry up boys and fol- low Winnipeg, Dec. Shearer took the stand in.the crowded council cham. ber iefore Justice Robson. Dr. Shear- er admitting he little -personal experience in Winnipeg, stated, his, in- formation was from statutory declar- ations and fully justified .by circum- stances. He pointwToiit that th-e ih- tervie-w, tvhich was; diScred in each of the three, Toronto: papers, and- after disclaiming the- head' j lines and it. ALLOWED TO-DAY London, Dec.- following members were elected unopposed to- Captain- W. T. 'Surrey Mad., W. Kel- tTnlonlst. "Antrim. C. Unioalst. Bucks, SouOi .Wy- .sir a A. Cripps, "Unionist. JMLent, Isle of. Tfcanet, F. C. loaist Lancashire Col. Hall Unionist. Worcestershire, Bowdely Stanley Baldwin, Unionist. North, W. Moore, Unionist Shropshire, JEtJ-Eunt; Unionist Lowes, Camp, Unionist Cum- berland, Penrith, J. TV. Lowther, Un- ionist South, Sir W; R. Nugent', Nationalist Walerford east, terview therein expressed, .his senti- ments.-He further claimed tiiit; .th'e" evidence submitted; justified his state-: men is that conditions in, vogue were suggestive of. graft and-.- that; 'zero here. 'It'is the heaviest froet 01 istrate McMicfce'n-bad to, date and has playeo to their oaths of office in not enfore- .havoc .with telegraph wires with con- COLD SNAP" AT" WINNIPEG Dec., real.cold snap set in .tvhftn the th-srzrc- meter dropped to twehtj'-six below OUT OF FOR YOUR jag the criminal law and'further t-hat' the act-ion of the chief in consulting with the leader of the notorious wo- men with the object of her collecting the colony of notorious .women was unparalleled in Canada. was allowed every latitude ".on -the stand his evidence not being direct. sequent, interruption -to business, par- ticularly along the north shore. CHTM eoldn, heais 2ft TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTINO COUPON DAILY HERALD TEN VOTES Por any regularly nominated candidate in the Daily Herald's .Great Prize Comet. (Name of District (Address.) Tills package ___________ Void After December 10 TbJE coupon WJU count votes properly filled out and sent to the Contest ttepartnwn of'TJw the date shown CARMANGAY NOTES Carmangay, Dec. dedication service of the Anglican church will take place on the ISth inst. Bish- op if the Diocese of will per- form the ceremony; The rcet-hodists are holding a ba- zaar on the 7th, inst., and a fine pro- gramme of music is arranged for ,in the evening. The Debating Society open their season on the 8th, a de- bate concerning trade relationship with- the U.S.A. Owing to a small mistake, the in- corporation of the town has been