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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TO1DAY, DECEMBER 8, 1916 B OAnVf HKHAT.P TIIMTERN That is the reason we the prize of your choice almost List of Candidates and Standings The ll.t below are the candidates enrolled In the Her teat and the number of'votes that have been oust in the each uirto 9 o'clock this morning. Vera A. AInlay, Lomond, Alta...................... Miss Irene Benoit, Nobleford, vlr C. E. Beynor, Magrath, Alts, Miss R. Breckenridge, Pinoher Creek, Alta................... Mr. E. Fla, Staffordylile, Tpr. W. P. Foley, Frank, Alta. (Returned Soldier) Mr. Alex. Gwllllm, Albion Ridge, Alta..............i..... Miss Kate Matkln, Alta........................... Mrs N. M. Plton, 205 Fifth Ave. S, Lethbrloae Mr. Flnlay E. Roas, 613 Sixth Si., Miss Olive Smith, Barons, Mrs Lou Thompson, Box K., Raymond, Miss Fern Workman, Macleod, Miss Bessie Thoma., Brant, Alta.................... Mill Golda Backus, Taber, Alta.......................... Mr. J. J. Bellinguire, Taber, Alta. Miss Clara Dlemert, Champion, Alta....................... Mabel Tufteland, Taber, Mrs. John Bullman, Warner, Miss Alice Nelson, Stirling, Mies Jane Maxwell, Burdott, Mr. Ralph K. Cameron, Natal, B. Mr. Gerald Sinclair, Milk River, Mrs. Teddy Winnlfrcd, Mn. M. P. Hardman, Elko, B. Miss Clan Cody, Fernie, B. Ethel Falls, Burdett, Alia. Miss Anna Mathason, Grassy Lake, Alta.................... Mils Camilla Chlpman, Magrath, Alta.................. Mrs. Hunter, Goalhurst, Alta......................... Miss Ler.nsbury, HISh Rlv.r, Mill Q. Plnoher Miss Stella L. Ajar, Illintf. Alta...................... Mlsi Bessie Hlllls, Koremort, Alt........................ Mrs. Holbreok, Tr.vera, Alta........................ Mr E. O. Merrlman, Retlaw, Alta......................... Miss Lillian Harden, Etzikom, Alta........................ Miss Edna D. Chugp, Granum, Alta. Mrs E. W. Burning, Claresholm, Alta................... Mr A J. Malcolm McPheters, Gen. Del., Lethbrldge......... Mr! F. Barrlngham, Coleman, Alta........................ Miss B. A. Lyons, Nanton, Alta............................ Miss Edna Thompson, Box 24, Wardner, B. C............... Miss Louise Arnold, Carmangay, -Alta................... Mlsq Delia Drummond, Cranorook, B. C. Mr J. J- Dugan, 1601 3rd Ave. E., Vancouver, B. C. Mrs. P. A. Smith, Granum, Alia.......................... Mrs. B. Hogenson, Stirling, Alta.......................... TO INSURE ACCURACY ALL VOTES ARE COUNTED BURROUGHS' ADDING MACHINE. ild's Prize Con- Ballot Box tor ON A The Second Prize In The Contest Is a 5--Passenger Chevrolet Touring Car 1017 model fully equipped. Electrically lighted and started. Cash value ?725.00Purchafed from and on exhibition at Baahm Motor Co., Lid., Third Avenue South, Lethbridge. Second Payment Subscriptions K you have worked your territory thoroughly and do not know where to turn to for subscriptions, why not call on the surrounding towns, or Bee the farmers In the rural districts? Or, If you are not In a position to get out of town, why not try to get second payments from the sub- -Bribers who have given you short term subscriptions? You can gain many, votes this way. For Instance: Suppose Mr. A., gave you a sir months' subscription the first of the Contest when the first vo.e Sough Additional votes for the second payment of six months to bal- ance up the votes for a full year during the period when the first payment was made, or If this first six months of Mr. As was a new subscription, you would receive votos la addition to IIP 7 500 Or suppose Mr. A. Kave you one year's subscription between e dates of Nov. 13th and 18th. You received votes .If it was an old subscription. Now If he gives you another four make no H-e full five years, you would receive the difference between votes which was given for a five year subscription between the dates' of Nov. 13th and 18th, and the you have already received or 128 800 votes. In figuring up the votes for second payments compute ?hem on the schedule In force when the first payment was turned into tha Contest office. During tho triple vote offer, triple votes will be given for second imvments also After you hava computed the number of votes allowed you for the second payment, multiply the number of votes -by three. NOTE-Subserlptions of Uiia kind are to lie marked "Second Pay- ment" on the receipt stub, and on the hick of the stub you must write when the first payment was turned In j) whether tho original subscrip- tion was new or old; also the receipt number of the first, payments. 1. 7-Passenger Stude- baker Touring Car, 1917 Model. 2 5-Passengcr Chev- rolet Touring Car, 1917 Model. 3. Willis Upright Piano, mahogany finish. Purchased from Mr. H. C. 'C. Salmon, and on exhlbl- tion at Bawden Bros. 4 Cobinet of 1835 Wal- lace Bros. Silver. 120 pieces. Purchased from and on ex- hibition at Wright's Jewel- ry Store. 5. Columbia Grapho- phone. 6. Cabinet of Rodgers' Silver, 55 piece. Purchased from and on exhibition at Wright's. 7. Fumed Oak. Dining Room Set, consisting of one 6 foot round pedestal table, one arm chair and 5 dining chairs, and one Buffet. Pur- chased from and on exhibi- tion at Bawden Bros. 8. Cabinet of Rodgcrs' Silver, 60 piece. Purchased from and on exhibition at Wright's. 9. Cabinet of Rodgers' Silver, 48 pieces. Purchased from and on exhibition at Wright's. 10. Kitchen Cabinet. Pur- chased from and on exhibi- tion at Bawden Bros. 11. Cabinet of Commun- ity Silver, 26 pie'jes. Pur- chased from and on exhibi- tion at Wright's. 12. Cabinet of Commun- ity Silver; 25 pieces. Pur- chased from and on exhibi- tion at Wright's. 10% commission to non-winners who work actively until end and turn in over in subscription money. The. prizes will be won by vote. The candidate having tiio highest number of Votes by mid- night, December 23rd, will ba given the first prize, the 7-pas- senger Studebaker, 'or. in Cash by the Herald in the event they wish to sell the car. The candidate having the. sec- ond highest number of votes OD the above night will be given the 2nd prize, and so on down through the list of prizes. The Contest Department realizes Hit subscriptions arc getting harder candidates to got, therefore, in rdcr to encourage candidates to cov- their territory thoroughly and to over nearby towns and surrounding oiimiiinilics a second time for second layments as well as for more bus- .s, another special prize lias boon added to tho "si in tho form of Cash. This Special Cash Prize will be giv- en to tho candidate who turns in the amount of money for sub- :eriptions this week and next, between the dates of December Mi and Dec- ember IGlh, at i) P.m. This is absolute- ly the last KXTKA prize to bo given In the Contest, Both city anil out-of-town candidates may work. ul> to the last minute oi Urn special offer ami then mail in their results. We will make due al- lowance for the late arrival of mail from candidate, who live on lines having tri-weekly or semi-weekly train service. Triple.Vote Schedule This Week To encourage candidates to get the secured before night of this we By Mail Oilt of Lethbridge Six Months One Year Two Years Three Years Four Years Five Years 9 o'clock Saturday lek...... Vote Schedule between Dec. 4-9. .....J 2.00 4.00 S.OO 12.00 16.00 20.00 ire also given for sec ic First Prize in the Cesatest Is a 7-Passetiger Stude- baker Touring Car M17 Mode'., ndly equipped. 13.ctrlc.lly lighted and started. Cash value n.335.00 or The Herald w.l. give the winning candidate Cash, in the event they prefer cash to an automobile. StudebaKer purchased from and on exhibition at The Studebaker 322 6th Street South, Abridge. The Free Piano The Third Prize in Contest is a Willis Piano This elegant prize will be given to he candidate having third highest number of votes on December The "Willis Pianos are so well known hat they need no introduction here. The Willis Co., Ltd., have supplied in- struments to many celebreties, includ- ng H.R.H. The Duke Connanght and Sir Wilfrid Laurler; to famous musicians including. Sir Frederick Bridge, organist of Westminster Ab- bey, Jan Kubilik, world famous violin- ist, and many others. The Lethbridge branch has supplied instruments to the leading musicians of the city, to cnurclies. institutions and theatres. The Willis was purcuased Uirpugh the local agent, Mr. H. C. C. Salmon jnd it is on exhibition at Bav.'den Bros. ,H beepoL'lble to gel so many votes on reuul-vr subscriptions, bee the Santee on this page that the best vote offer is now on. End of Contest is in Sight There are onlv throe more weeks of Th I erald's WE contest. Just f wo" wi-eks from Saturday will he the c0" ing day. The best advice anyone can give vou at this stage of the race to make every minute count and secure every possible subscription and No matter how many votes JOU i secure more. You would never ceise regretting iE you lost out on the nrfre of vour choice by a small margin when the Judges made the final count, because vou slackened your efforts in he list lap of the race. Remember, I will be too late to make up for lost time when the winners have been an- nounced. Secure every possible sub- scription this week and next, make a wee al effort to win this Cash and try especially hard this week while you can get this week's tripled schedule of voles. The winner of tho will not be disqualified from winning one of the regular prizes. In fact, his or her chances for being one of the big prize winners will be all the better. The Seventh Prize in the Contest is a Fumed Oak Dining Room Set Nomination Blank GOOD'FOR VOTES Nominate Yourself or a Friend PRIZE CONTEST DEPARTMENT OF THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Hull Block, Lethbridge, Alberta Gentlemen: I hereby nominate as a candidate in your Automobile Prize Contest. Name Address Nominated by Address NOTE Only ons nomination Hank accepted for any one .candidate." in Gold Will be given if at any time dur- ing the remainder of the Contest a bettor vote offer than' the triple offer is given. At no time during the Contest will it be possible to se- cure as many votes for regular sub- scriptions as can be secured by 9 o'clock Saturday night, December 9th. Neither will there be any more special prizes given. This is conclu- sive' evidence, therefore, that the best offers are '-'now on. Get busy at the outset-pt the offer and make every minute count, PHOTOS WANTED! In a few days we will begin pub- lishing the pictures of the leading candidates in the contest, and would like to receive the photos all the candidates who are in to win. free votes will be given the candidates on the day their photos are published. A candidate must have at least 100.- 000 votes to his or her credit before the picture will lie published. A short biographical sketch of the candidate's life should accompany the pliolo so we can use a write-up in connection with the publishing. AH photos will be returned in good condition. cinsisting of one 6 ft. round pedestal table, one arm chair and five dining chairs and one buffet. Purchased from and on exhibition at Bawden Bros. The above is not an exact reproduction.______________ How to Get a Million Votes shall forfeit all rights to either prize or commission. Any candidate in the prize contest who has another person, or persons, working in his or her behalf for wages, commission or other considera- tion will he disqualified as a prize competitor and dropped from the Con- test. Any prize competitor who deliber- ately' seeks to lessen competition by j discouraging other candidates and prospective candidates, or whose friends discourage other candidates and prospective candidates with the same object in view, will be disquali- fied and dropped from the Contest. A candidate is not required to be regular subscriber or agent to The Herald to enter the competition. Persons who enter and take part in this Prize Contest, therefore, bind themselves to abide by the foregoing Organizations cannot enter and com- pete for tlm.nrizes. As an example of .how rapidly the triple'votes this the following example is given: Three 1- year subscriptions at each One 5- year subscripts (new) at One 3-year extension from a 2-year subscription paid Nov 10th, (2nd payment subscription) at One 1-year extension from a 1-year subscription paid Nov. 14th. (2nd payment subscription) at ?4.QO. One 4-year subscription (new) at votes Make every'minute'during the triple offer count. See the guarantee on this page that the best offers are now on. ______ weok count up, t 88.2CS Vv.te.s votes votes votes votes Information, Rules and Conditions of The Leth- bridge Herald's Big Prize Contest Everyone over the age of 16, who is of good character, whether married or unmarried, old or young, is eligible to compete in this Prize Contest. This means men, women and children over 16, are acceptable as candidates. Candidates may nominate them- selves. Nominations must be accom- panied by the proper address of can- didates. No employee of The Lethhridgc Herald or members of an employee's family can enter or compete for.any of the prizes. The Lethbridge Herald reserves the right to reject any nominations. Nominations' can be made at .any time during, the Contest. Vote Coupons good for 25 votes will be published in The Herald which. when neatly cut out, name filled in and brought or mailed to The Herald, (Hull Block) ._.will count for the amount thereon. 1 Votes cannot be purchased. They must be secured by clipping them from The Herald or by securing suo- scriptions. The votes allowed on second pay- ments will be computed on the regular schedule prevailing when the first payment was turned into, the Contest Department.. i 'All remittances must be accompan- ied by subscriber's name and address. All votes issued on subscriptions are good until the end of the Contest and will be polled at the discretion of the candidate or subscriber. Votes are not transferable .except PRIZE under the following circumstances: If a candidate wishes to withdraw from .he Contest he or she may change ler votes to a suitable substitute, but said substitute must be a new candi- date who has not been before accepted in the Contest. A committee, of well known busi- ness men will 'be selected by The Her- ald to count the votes and decide'upon the prize wyinners. The Judges' Final Count of votes will be made in public and all can- didates and their friends may witness it. All Contest records _will be open to the-inspection of. the candidates the day after the.judges' announcement o! the Prize-Winners.': Cash must accompany'all suhscrip tions where Votes are to he. issued. Candidates can secure subscriptions anywhere "outside .the., city, limits of, list of candidates and the nqm-; ber of vote's polled, be published, througho'ut the "entire 'PiS'od of the j 'Contest." begins on November i sth. ,1 In ease of a Ho, the prize will be equally divided among those polling a I tie vote. The Lethbridge Herald reserves the j right to alter the rules and regulations or any of the offers, anything in fact, except a-reduction in the prize list, for' the protection and the best interests! of- the candidates and this newspaper, i The Lethbridge Herald guarantees; fair treatment to all and j shoulS ary question arise a decision of the management 'will bo considered final and absolute. No statement or promise made by: any solicitor or agent varying from the rules or statements published In The Herald will be recognized by The Herald. Candidates influencing or attempt- ing to influence any of the Judges" The candidate having the tenth highest nimh- bcr of votes mid- night, Dec. 23rd, will be given a useful kitchen Cabinet pur- chased from and on ex- hibition at Bavulcn Bi-os. The cabinet is maple wood with a nat- ural finish. It has the following special fea- tures 1 Large working space. When; closed up is. perfectly dust proof, as all doors and drawers are; made with lap joints. o The sliding top is full sire coveied with best quality of im ported aluminum It has no joints and is the -most sanitary baking- table on. the market. 3 Cjliiulrical flour bin of 50. Ibs capacltv. fitted with n tight lid Is easib removed and taken apart for cleaning. 4 Cylindrical susir bin, remov- able. Simple and unique device 3 Metal meal bin with scoop meal taker "Ut at bottom, thus liiu oldest Is alwai s the firat uswl. C mirror In) china cabinet door. Address all com- munications to PRIZE CONTEST DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE HERALD Alta., Phone 646 ;