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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MORDEN BENNETTS Weekly News to the Citi- zens of North Lethbridge We have just completed a large and >vell assorted stock of Drv Goods, Boots and Shoes, and glassware'.. When you com- pare the quality and prices of these goods are "confident that you agree Avith us when say'that our prices are equal to any in than many7 are clearing out the balance of our -prints" per yard ....___...--.. I0c and 12 -1-2c a few pieces left, Tegularvioc ;per yard. To clear at .12 and colored... per yard. at......................10c, 12 1 2c and I5c DRESS have an excellent range these goods, at from, per yard......2Qc to We invite comparison of these goods, good value at prices rang- ing, each B LAN wool at-, per pair to pound pure wool white blankets. Our special, per FLANNELETTE size, white or grey, per pair towels, extra good value, at per pair ..............................25c to 60C TURKISH yard ...15c and 20c "CRASH yard i-2c i5e or twill, per yard 25c 30c 35c 72 inches per yard ,40c We are handling the well known "McCrea'dy" "_ Shoes which are unequalled for style; comfort and Our stock is most complete, including: MENJS WORKING per to FINE per pair to tMEN'.S PATENT per pair .BOYS' FJNE per pair to .perpair to per pair ;LADIES- FJNE, per.pair to LADIES' per pair to LADLES' per pair LADIES' FUR TOP pair LADIES' FELT per pr. 90 to CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' FUR TOP SLIP- per pair _..........90c to per pair .'........Sue to We also have a good range of Infants' and Children's Shoes. Our range of Rubbers "and Overshoes is com- plete. These goods are all new stock and of the best quality. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. Tlmrschy. December S, EACH PARTY Grocery Department is or erf losing -with all kinds of fresh, seasonable goods. TTe handle1 only the leading brands in all lines of goods, and guarantee satisfaction or cheerfully refund your money. Plour, baled hay armarket-prices. We Trould appreciate a "trial order. Prompt delivery to all parts of the citv. _ People on the side of tire-track debarred-from these bargains. Mord en Bennett London, elec- tion results are: Tower White Samuel (Liberalj 1732, Brown (Union- ist) 1192. Unchanged. Sheffield, (Labor) 3271, Hope (Unionist) 3457. Unchang- ed. Tower Hamlets, Stepney Jones (iaberal> 1926, Preston (Unionist) Itill. Liberal gain.. Tower Hamlets, Mile 2176, Lawson (Unionist) Unchanged. Tower George's East -iienn (Liberal) 1041, Brown (Union- ist) 1022. Unchanged. Paddington, (Lib- erai) 3662, 'Straus (Unioniut) 4251; Unchanged. (Liberal) ;3681, fer- burgh (Uniomtt) 3787. Unchanged. (Labor) 8342, Rit- tner (Unionist) 4857. Unchanged. Sheffield, (Liberal) 5S4'J, (Unionist) 6039. Un- changed. (Liberal) 4186, Percy (Unionist) 3929. Unchanged. Sheffield, (Lib- Galwty (Nationalist) 1061', Wanklyn (Unionist) 203. Un- :St. Georges, Hanover Square Beli; 1188, .Lyttleton ..Unchanged. nrhyh 'and Burl (Lib- eral) Goldman (Unionist) Unionist, gain. Hooper (Liberal) 7900; Bbs cawen. (Unionist) 8260. Unionist gain Lancaenire, Accerington Baker; (Liberal '8196, Gray (Unionist) 6461.' Greenock--CoUins (Liberal) ;4338, Uhapman (Unionist) 2913. Unchanged. Portimoutb, two trfle; (Liberal) Beresfbrd (Unionist) Unchanged. Har- (Liberal) Follc (Un ionist) Unchanged. Hyde (Liberal) Stewart (Unionist) Unionis erai) 5766, Vicars (Unionistj. 3092 Unchanged. Paddington, (Liber al) .1217, -..Harris 3210. Un- changed. Tower Hamlets, Limehouse Pearse liberal) 2567, Rosemnes (Unionist) Unchanged. Tower Hamlets, .Bow .Lansbury 'Labor) 4315, Amerj (Unionist) 3152. General Merchants 526 Westminster Road Phone 1356 North Lethbridge Tower Hamlets, Poplar Buxton (Liberal; 3977. Bartlett (Unionist) 2148 Unchanged. Sheffield, Pointer (La- bor) 6532, Walker 5364. Unchanged. Hun, Aske 3625, King (Unionist) 3418 Liberal .gain.' Lancashire. Pollard (Liber- al) 9467, Campbell (Unionist) 7676. Unchanged. Lancashire, Adkins (Lib 7071, Hewitts (Unionist) 6284 Unchanged. Lancashire, Seddon (Lib erai) 6662, Woler (Unionist) 6766 Unionist gain. Hull, Aske (Liberal) 341S King (Unionist) 3625. Unchanged. Hon Mullett, defeated in one of the Plymouth seats, is financial sec- retary .'to war office. Leicester, Melton Dunn (Liberal) 7257, Yates (Unionist) 7598. Unionist gain; Fairbairn; (Liberal) 10554, Kimber (Unionist) Un- changed. Plymouth, two Mtillett (Lib- eral )v financial secretary of war offi- ce, 7379, WJlham (Liberal) 7260, As- tor (Unionist) 8113, Benn (Unionist) 7942. Two Unionist gains. Staffordshire, 5Teatm, G- A. Unionist, 565. Surrey, Davey, W E Home, Unionist, STANDING OF CANDIDATES Votes Will be added Again for issue of The Herald. A. CANDIDATES MAKE ANDIDATES ENTER CONTEST Notice: the StanSfegibfltfe'jCandidates will be published on Tues- '1 _f5 days, Thursdays- Counted next Saturday _, ___ _ f w I N V J J The second" standing ".of .xtie -candi- ,ydates in "prize Voting Con- test is .published -today JSome-of -the contestants hare made very substan- tial gains, oiiers-ivho Vei'e-in-the -coupon class'when the-first standing -appeared; _have joined the rcertificate voters. v t Three-new nominations have been 'added. A, is the new can- enters the smalltown district of the Jhis Js -another local- ity ,.that-, shonld --suppout _ a contestant ia as'this -section of the -was not repre- sented last competition. Jt v3s prohably useless to tell the candidates' in the contest story erer> day to "dig-in." If returns at the contest office -count for any- in Dmsioa B District 3- enter- thms-aVd of the pro- ;lng from the good town of Magrath. 'This town should support a. candidate nor put vigor, as OJagrath did :Jorth a contestant last year. ATice Raymond enters the 2.- rand jword- comes with the nomination- that going make the city boys and girls go some. 1 -Miss Kathleen A. Farrell of Courts THE HERALD'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. Nominate Candidate) District No. f Street or Town) Signed -of .Address.. If the wishes-to f or the Shetland Party, sign name be- .low. Competing for -contests centred around headquarters, as a matter of course then most' of tlier candidates are "dig- ging-in" to -beat the1- band. Some very wonderful stories abour the great number of sub- scnpdons s' some of the can- didates is 33ow giving around. The contest .man "is., "dummy" and don't know Tvhether these stories are trae or not The funny part about these rumors, Jhowever, is that the [candidates who repeat these wild ru- i mors have -jast stories told byoSiers The contest (manager hears? some marvelous tales, I all pertaining to- votes. All he can say isv believe all you Most -of people in Lethbridge who are the least bit interested in the contest have taken _one or more squints at the four ?100 and two bills on -display in Wrights show win- dow for the past week. This money was shown one wiih a Jot o wish to be shown will haveva cHance to see the pony and outfit offered in their branch of the contest- jyvery boy and girl in the competition is promised one or-more drives before the end of the contest. VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIP- TIONS AND THE PRICE OF THE HERALD It costs nothing extra to help your favorite candidate win one.of the Her- ald contest prizes.' Every payment on subscription for ;votes. The longer you pay, ther: more votes the candidate receives. The custom is be- coming general for subscribers to pay in advance for all publications, anfi this plan has as -many advantages to the subscriber as it has to the pub- Old 600 1500 4500 ,7500 5000 dfvision CHRIS. GIMON, Agnew and HAROLD KERR, 444 Torcance Ave. .70 .120 Diitriet No. 2-A31 that part of fife city of south and west 01 tne abore "boundPry. At least two of the prize, go to this district MISS AGNES DOWSETT, 907 Seventh Ave. MISS OLIVE Ave. South MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY, 302 Sixth Ave. A. South MME. E. NORMAN, 822 Sixth Ave. DIVISION B. At least one of the flrahd prizes-'igb to this diviaion. District No. aU: to-wiis In Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri tish Columbia over population. AtMeast two -of.'the prizes go to this district. MISS SUSAN. WITBECK, Raymond Alta' MISS MARY McKENZIE, Macleod, Alta. MISS MAMIE A. FOURNIER, Pincher D. R. WARE, Medicine. Hat; Alta. JOHN R. .Hosmer, C. MISS EDITH MARKER, Alta.- D. W. A. J. Alta. ,-.-----70 130 -----250 .....10 half price in this window." A real joker came in one flay and said to Wright- "Does j tnat sign "Sure it replied .Mr. Wright. do you mean to say that yoa win sell those ?100 bills tor "Yes. sir, HI tafce apiece -for them." said, the Jeweler.' Kight- here, the practical joker "backed down. He either was! not "to ?IOO -bills or 'tnought "they- for "be ;re- -purchase.-- 'Whether the ..bills are genuine or nott the Canadian Bank of Commerce' accepted this money 'at par y_estcrday. Rishfhere it may'be remarked that there is nothing of the phony nature about the Herald's big contest The- prtzes ate there twelve of all- the candidates, are there and they are, ail, good, too. That's a great good prizes and word r has been l-eceired from Mr. Matples, but it is reasonably certain that Bouncer .will be here thej j latter part of this or the first part of next week, and then1 the boys gttls who axe rfrom Missouri and Daily By Carrier By Mail New 6 Months 2.00 1 Year 4.00 2 Years 8.00 3 Years 12.00 5 Years Weekly 1 1500. 750 2 Years.......... 3.00 3500 1750 3 Years..........A50 5000 2500 5 Years 20700 15.00 27000 13500 Any payment made to a candidate a person now taking the Herald extends the subscription from the date to which the subscriber has paid. Old subscribers, as well as new, by paying arrears or by paying in advance, or by. paying. both m .advance and ar- 1200 3.00 .3000 6.00 9000 9.00 15000 7.50 10000 District No. Southern Alberta and Eastern'Bri- tish Columbia, under population.'At least two of the prizes go to'this district MISS FLORENCE Alta. D. !_ KIM BALL, Lake, Alta. STNLEY MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, Alta..... MISS LILLE MAY TlEAflNEY, BuriJeft Alta. MISS EMILY MILLER, Bow Itlind. Alta..... MISS KATHLEEN R. FARRELLr Cbutts, Alta..... ------.-.'.....900 .....-----..140 ............80 The .-fighting a flourish-. 1115 conniition. in- This was; shown .'on -close the battle be- ween Nelson and Owen Mor- an. -The gate receipts] 'amounted to of 40 per "cent, which Mor- 25 per. cent, which: amounted to ..officials -drew Don't throw? "your old -tires bad they.; are.-, VIJLCAZEI) CENTRAL CYCLE REPAIR WOfiKS a Eights -Ave.- SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys ana girls under 15 years of age NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Horn St. ...........I.......___1 080 ADA MURRAY, 1104 Courtland St. JAMES NES3IT, Stafford Village !........___ "200 WINNIE SELLENS, 9O8 Seventh St. A. PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252. Fourth Ave. Nonh AGNES KERR, 417 Fourteenth St. GEORGE SUPINA, 334 Rd....... WALTER PA _MER, .Grassy Lake, Alta...................1910 ALICE SPARKS, Raymond, Alta................. 150 RUSSELL DODLEY, Fernie, _B. C. rigbt is resefveu id cutusge the boundary or.the'districts in the city, but not to reduce the number or value of the prizes offered in each district TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON DAILY HERAtD V TEN VOTES For any regularly nominated candidatein the Daily Herald's Grreat Prize Contet. District No. (Name of (Address.) votes This package contains..........: ___________________Votd After December This coupon will" count for votes when properly filled out. and sent to the Contest Department The Hemld before the expiration date shown above. What could be more suitable undesirable for a Christmas Gift than a nice piece of Fur- niture which give comfort and pleasure for; years to come, Our Store is tlie Mecca of Buyers of Good Furniture We hare a Most Unusual Exhibit sur- passing in completeness and attraction any hitherto made. It is not what you pay, but what you get for Arhat you pay, that charac- terizes wise buyina. LOW PBICES PREVAIL AS .ALWAYS WITH US MARKS IN PLAIN FIGURES. Throughout our Great Assortment We Want Your Visit Suggestions For Xmas Buyers BRASS v "iftJ-'Si t 11. 75c. 90c, and Up Up Up. i' article" an exceptionally -go o d.1 buy, as Ve, -purchase fc a the publie the benefit' of our close buying. Gliairs, Table Risers-of-e very Paflef Folding FOE THE Kindergarten Set and red or brown. LethbridgeV Greatest Home Furnishers Srd Pfeone 625. SPORT of. Root of. AH Evil cular interest wasy attaqhea Rudolph Tpm- bo's iecfufe 'at 'tbie" B'reslau University on German and American sport be- cause of Emperor. William's recent ad- jyice to German students to imitate the American games and of the result- 'ing drrcusslbn" in "ihe" German press. Prof. Tombo is not of the that American good in all its- aspects. He complaihed that Ameri- can-games depend >far too much on financial results.; He finds little good in" the-game which ..recently attracted spectators and'produced gate, money. quickly stofps tbioat rtnd ;