Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
iaT. December 7. 1910 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY ITERATE PaseS F BARGAINS BOSTON iEAYOKITE QUEEN QUALITY 5th and we carry. Beemiseall oiir QUEEN QUALITY and BOSTON be offered at PRICES. NEVER BEFORE .GIVEN for the HIGHEST -GRADE wonder worker flexible soles in every pair. New shoes more comfortable thanordinary old ones. And our Men's Regal and Hactt Shoes willmeet the same reqnir of-prices. .v''" 3 Barrels bf BroilMi Arches wdtild fdtintl if could -life piled together. We haveJihe School any boot and aching f roin 1 any boot and remotes aching ;f roni j and legs, also the tired them to any-foot. Skating Men. Women. Misses, Boys and Youths; ankle supports: buckskin laces and heavy, waimhosiery. Skates fastened on all Skating Shoes purchased here tree we the biggest and best range of hosiery in the city. All on sale at our BIG SALE Tvith BABREL3 of Bargains- THE PL ACE NOW Today is voting of tie published for the second time, with the votes deposited since Saturday The contest has started out remark- ably even. Probably .ton: jrroVs standing will show air .the candidates past the 1000 class. The nomination counts nothing, so any movement at all means activity. There are j, drones or "fill-up" candidates in the i-Herald's contest. Every name repre- sents a live wire. The Herald thanks each and "every teoiite'siaiit for entering tlie compe- tition. Active candidates just en- oagh of them spells success for th'e .contest. As a matter of course the j Jfivery candidate 'that., does his or I her level best, and to the last day. will thank the Herald' on Jan- uary. dav after the final count. Take comfort -from the above assurance and work' for votes. 'Get 'every subscription'th'at is not nailed ij ANCIENT ORDER.OF FORESTERS ELECTED THEIR OFFICERS The Ancient Order of Foresters: neid their annual .meeting last night OddlelloW hall for the election of down; and if you'want to win the bigj-oflicers lor the ensuing year. A large prizes, put a crowbar under the "nail- attendance of members were present. OF CANDMTES day- Tomorrow the, Herald competitors are all more 'or prizes will go to the workers. There candidates "will be less wise) are moving along just en-iwU1 be at least twelve the contest closes on January 23rd. bugh to remain within striking, dis-i tance of first place. No prizes are; given for the leadership from day to- 'day and no special inducement will to cause candidates to.vote! tbeirlimit to win a special. The main-1, thing to do. is to get the" tiiem in large if '.you a subscriber helps to "secure" votes to tel1 >'oar as well as prizes at Instead your competitors, about your-success. I place the votes opposite 'your name morning added. Another subscriber will draw a two-dollar both subscriber and candidate will be made happy. Several of the anxious con- i testants nave sent, in (mentally.) aj rabbit's foot for believing, and j ".rightly, too, thac to "win: apprize for! of voting their -heads off.as.some can-! -didates do in the m lhe to hold! stlove tnem If you contest game, the'wise .ones ifand votes in reserve- I away up your-sleeve, as it were, out _- gjgijj. Qj yOUr friends and compet- itors, you may cio so. The reserve vote will be tee trump card in this contest, tout do not try to pile up a to tie Joss cf position in thej 1 list. Make a gain in the paper, 'even i if only a small gain, every voting day, lit' you want to enthuse your friends, j' A number of the outside towns so tfar arc not represented by a candi- S.date -in the contest. Any candidate I rrom the city division or the country 'division is privileged to solicit sub- scriptions in those unrepresented towns as well as towns having can- didates. However, where a candidate is active in his own town, it is not likely that an. "outsider" would be able to secure THUCU, if any, support. Towns and localities not having a lo- cal contestant, is "open .terri-j tory" and. the first candidate to go! alter the business will profit most.' jviaks a good start in your own town and tlieri dash out into this "open ter- ritory." It's worth your while. Look aver the list, of candidates, note the one's having candidates, scan a map pE, Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish will discover a THE HEKALD'S Automobile and European Tour Contest NOMINATION BLANK This nomination does not count as a vote 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) Addrets the candidate wishes to compete for the Shetland Pany, sign name be- low. Competing for Shetland Pony subscriptions. As, stated the sfter day, place your eagle eye on tb.e. McL-aughlin- Buick auto or ?500 and not look to the right or left, or- think atcut- any other pme. the to land among the'-wiimers of "the hig prizes. VOTING' POWER OF SUBSCRIP- TIONS AND THE PRICE OF THE HERALD Daily By Carrier-By Mail New 6 Months 2.00 1200 1 Year 4.00 3.00 .3000 2 Years 8.00 6.00 9000 3 Years 12.00 9.00 15000 5 Years 7.50 10000' 1 Year 2 Years 3 Years 5 Yea rs ......3.00 4.50 20.00 15.00 1500 3500 5000 27000 Competition was keen for many oT tne.offices, averaging to'ten candidates for many of the offices. The list of officers for nest year are as follows. J. P. C. E. Clarke. U. C. Rossiter. S. C. E. Hooker. Taylor Jr. H. Fleetwood, by acclamation. S. Filmer. j J. Knowiden. S. J. Scott. J. Genn. E. Dupen and A. Ritchie, by acclamation.. east Old 600 1500 j 4500! 7500' 5000 750 1750 _ 2500 !tne district meeting was lai dover 13500 until the first meeting in January. a.rti and H, Kiiner. The election of representatives to 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 No. C (Address.) This package contains votes Void After December 17. coupon will count for voles -when "properly filled out and sent to the Contest Department of The Herald before the expiration date shown above. Votes will be Added Again. for Thursday's Issue of The Herald. No Change in St anding Today DIVISION A. At I east, .one of. the grand prizes. go to this division. PTstrict tto. that- jfart- :of "of Lethbridge lying ot.the followmg Third' Ave., from First Street to Si south--on Sixth to-Fourth. to Eleventh oh Eleventh, to. -limits. 'theorizes gb to "this district.' MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, cor. Tenth St. and Second Ave. .MISS "RACE PROUSE, 59 Argyle Ave 17 6CO ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 McBeth'St. l's20 .'CAMPSELLrAIRD, 1302 Seventh Ave. South .V.V.V.'.V. .'s 30 CHRIS. GIBSON, Agnew and -Westminster' 70 HAROLD KERR, 444 Torrance Ave District' No. Air 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. -.MISS AGNES DOW-SETT, Sixth Ave. South and Tenth St. .'-MISS OLIVE DAVIES, 406 Fifth Ave. South 17340 :MISS LIZZIE SH1RLEY.-302 Sixth-' Ave. A. South 4'l50 ..MJVJE. E. NORMAN, 622' Sixth Ave. South DIVISION B. At (east one of the grand prises 50 tu this division. District No. 3 Includes all towns in So.uthera Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia over population. At least two of the prizes 50 to this district MISS SUSAN WITBECK, Raymond, Alta. .Macleod, Alta. M.1SS MAMIE A. FOL'RNIER, Pincner-Creek, Alta. -....50 D. R. WARE, medicine Hat, Afta 130 JOHN R. MacDONALD. Hosmer, B. C. 20 MISS EDITH HARKER, .V.Vl 0 D. W. COULTER. Taber. Alta RUSSELL DUDLEY, Fernie, B. C 3200 A. J; HUDSON, .VSsgrath I District No. Includes all tov.-ne in Southern Alberta and Eastern Brt- I tish Columbia, -under population. At least two of the prizes go to this j district MISS FLORENCE S. VETTER. Bellevue, Alta '..SOO D. L. K1MBALL. Grassy Lake, Alta t STANLEY M; WELCH, Barons, Alta 60 MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, Alta 80 MISS LILLE MAY TIEARNEY, Burdett, Alta 30 rt, MISS EMILY MILLER, Bow Island, Alta SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys anc. girls under 15 years of age. NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Horn St 190 ADA MURRAY 1104 Courtland St. I7go JAMES NESBlf, Stafford Village n. 100 WINNIE SELLENS, 906 Seventh St. A. 740 PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 Fourth Ave. North 750 AGNES KERR, 417 Fourteenth St. 2070 GEORGE SUPiN A, 334 Westminster Rd. 1400 WALTEFv PALMER, Grassy Lake, Alta 1910 ALICE SPARKS, Raymond Note The right is reserved to change- the boundary of the districts in the city, but not to reduce the number or value of the prizes 'offered in eacla district.