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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETItBKlttflE DAILY HERALD Monday. liM2 Candidates, will you be ready for the finish Wednesday night Have you tried to give the return possible for a prizie in this contest can be done tomorrow and the next day to tighten your grip on a good prize. After Wednesday subscription collections won't be worth a farthing so far as helping win a prize is concerned Read the Rules for the Finish Can you hold the place you occupy to-day? If you do you will be awarded the prize corresponding to your position Don't be satisfied unless you are "away up Worlc every minute you can spare to gathering subscriptions. "Early bird" stuff is all off. The "late bird" will catch the worm this time. Be a late bird and receive the congratulations of your friends Thursday night .when1 the votes are all counted Herald's Prize Contest Closes Next Wednesday, Dec. 11 Prize Awarding Committee Mr. Geo. M. Hatch, Mayor of Lethbridge. Mr. H. A. McKlllop, President Lethbridge Board of Trade. Mr. A. J. Irving, Secretary of Y. M. C. A Mr Robert Cummlnos. of HiMcrest. Should any of the candidates desire representation on the com- mittee, the contest manager will be glad to accept further suggestions for judges. The outside terrfiory contestants are requested, if they deilre to do so, to have a member of this committee from their own town or locality. Tbe committee so selected will supervise the counting of the votes and award the prizes. Their decision shall be final. IMPORTANT NOTICE The Herald's subscription competition, closes Wednesday evening, as' stated many, many times. The counting of the votes and awarding of the prizes will be delayed one day in order io allow the outside territory candidates to send in their reports, thus giving them an equal chance with the city The counting of the votes will begin about 8.30 o'clock Thursday night, and will occupy about two hours. Candidates and their friends will no doubt be much interested in tbe re- iult. It will be uieless, however, to call up the contest department and get information until all the votei are counted. 10 o'clock we will be pleised to give inquirers all the Information they desire. NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS On account of the large number of new names handed in by the can- didates the circulation department has been'in a more or less swamped con- dltion the past month. This is not expected to improve during the last days of the contest. U will be well for the candidates when taking a new name, to explain to their supporter that the paper may not start for four' or five days. If this precaution is followed It will save many complaints being sent to oilr already over-busy circulation manager. Standing of Votes Counted up Friday Morning to VOGAN, MISS THELMA, St. South, city REVILL, JOHN St. South, BIDAULT, J. A.. 312-IOth St.-South, c'ity.......................... STIBBS, MRS, N. C., 211-5th Avenue South, city............... PATTERSON, MISS JEAN B., Blllrmore, FLETCHER, IRA. C., Mjgrath, MARSHALL, W. M., DULMAGE, GERALD, A., Bow Island, Alberta.................. PELLETIER, MISS AGNES, Pincher Creek. Alberta.......i..... BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN, Carmlngay, Alberta SCOTT, MISS LOUISE, Macleod, Alberta HOULT, MRS. W., St. North, City HUTTON, MISS EVA, 814-Bth Ave., South, city .............i NEGREY, STEPHEN, 225-13th St. North, OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312.14th St. South, city ENGLISH, J. T., 6S1-Hth St. North, city LEDINGHAM, C. I., 50S-5th Ave. South, city................... BOISVERT, MISS VVENNE, 41S-12th St, .A. N.. city............. SELLENS, MISS DOROTHY, 906-7th Avenue South, city CUNNINGHAM, TED, 214-1st Avt. South, city................... THURSTON, RODERICK, Lucky Strike, Alia..................... WRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St., North, city MEIKLE, GEORGE C., New Michel, B. McKEE. CARL, ELKO, B. REDSHAW, MISS MARGARET, St., North, city 137.250 34.350 RULES FOR THE FINISH The Herald's subscription contest ends Wednesday night. The contest office In the Acadla block will remain open until 11 o'clock to receive subscription reports from the Lethbridge candid- ates. Candidates residing outside of Lethbridge should mall subscrlp. tion reports on Wednesday, calculating the train service from their res- pective towns so .that the letter reaches (he contest office before t o'clock Thursday evening. i 'hc "e held in the contest office in the Candidates are not required to send in their reserve v tificates. The duplicates of tbe subscription receipts will be to the judges for the final count. vote cert handed nandea TODAY is the TIME help a candidate win one of the prizes in the Herald's great subscrip- tion competition. If you wait longer than day after tomorrow night it will be too late. 'Why not DO IT NOW. All the contestants will be unable to make the rounds on the last day if very many of these "I'li-help-you-at-the-finish-if- you-need-it" do not hand in their subscriptions soon. If you are not able to get in touch with your favorite candidate, payments may be mailed or brought to the contest office and the proper candidate will get the benefit of the votes. AI E.HCTIVE Claresholm Chicken Fancier Talks on How to Make Hens Lay Salads Chicken Salad: Tongue Salad; Celery Salad been in :t poetical mood thai day he i has brought his toast ready prepared. He then produced a liberal slice of baker's bread, toasted to a turn. How to Eat It R. E. Moffatt, on the subject of eating chicken, stated that from the way the good things, and especially the roast chicken had disappeared during the evening, he didn't -think he teeded to offer any suggestions on tile subject. He also made known the fact that, he had changed from a breed er of White Leghorns to a breeder of Claresholm, Dec. first an- nual banquet of the Claresholm poul- trymeu .was held on Friday night at the American' resiatiraiit, and a jolly little crowd did-justice to the good things provided. -At.nine o'clock, thy party sat down to the table, and there found nierins" the'likes of-which they had never seen.before, Tlie following some of. the good tilings prepar- ed: Soup Chickon broth; Bantam Gamo a la Fight Entrees Chicken Briskets and Breaded Wattles Chicken Instep, with Bee's Knee Sauce Chicken Skin Fritters Scalloped Spurs Meats Roast Half Chicken Scrambled Leghorn Brains and Sauce Fried Ft-tt Boiled with Bar Gravy Ttoast HhmU Ked Rooster Uougimms Chicken Tripe a la Hen Oil Stuffed Orpington Stomach and Fwitli- er Gravy Vegetables Early .lime Peas; SWRC-I Potatoes. boiled, rousted or fried Fried Tomatoes; Potato Puff; Aspar- agus, cream sauce Hot-house Lettuce, Ka-dish, Cucumber' Dessert C'oon Town Cake; Angel Cake; Devil'g Cake; Ice Crea.m with Chicken flavor; Pumpkin Pie; Pie a hi Rose Comb; Buff Rocks. He also had a few lines Pouliry Pie: Piquant Hamburg Pie [of poetry at hand for the chickens he I bad sold. Tea; Coffee; Cocoa Mr. Kric iloffatt. in the toastmast-. er's chair, kept things mo Hug, and aj dull moment could not be found. Tbe( toast list was a long one. and inter-; .1. B. Boese addressed the gathering on tbe best methods of fattening for market, and waxed poetical on tbe merits of the White Rock, G. .Moffatt gave a humorous LETHBRIDGE FEED AND SALE STABLE H, GALVIN, MANAGER CORNER THIRD STREET and FOURTH AVH-, PHONE H25 Stock Bought, Sold nnd Exchnngwl. lies! of of stock left in our rbargu for sale; rorra! in conuRrtion with stable. i'linuers patronage solicited. Prices reasonable ;tud leruiH strictly eat-h. Give us a trial. r-sting. Following tbe toast master's count of his having ventured into tbe address, oiuliiiing'the rules of the ban-j poultry business on a small scale, his tjuet. 'which, iu brief, wery ro the consisting of two Buff Orplng feet that each speaker when called the subject assigned to upon must propose a toast to his "How to make hens hp orite breed in poetical terms, after j told, bow bard he bad worked towards having given uis ideas aa to the best! ibis eml, only to find out that both his met bods covering the subject which pets were roosters, might be assigned him. the fun be- j JJr. B. P. Steeves. breeder of the gan. [White W-yandoues, gave a short talk .Air. W. .1. MclCenzie. secretary of! on the subject of buildings. He gave the association, was the first called] some valuable suggestions and ended upon, and the subject given him was! witn a poem for his favorites, the best method of dressing for mar-! Mr. E. Jones, on tbe subject of cook- kft. He pleaded innocence of any: ing Rhode Island Reds, said, as be knowledge of the subject, and after re-1 was a tailor, be bad bad no time to citing a few lines of poetical praise j study the culinary art. ami would let In honor of his White Bantams, he! some one more qualified handle the was allowed to take his seat. (subject. Mr. H. B. Tiiden spoke at some! K- C. Payne, on tbe subject of length on the subject of preparing; uses of feathers suggested making birds for tlu- .show, lie offered sever.' either feather beds or fertilizers out al valuable siigspsuons along this Hue; of them, and gavo a toast in honor and finished up with a poem setting! of UN? Silver-Spangled Hamburgs. forth the fiiu- qualities of the Silver-j O. L. Reineche, breeder of Buff and l.aced WyuudoiK-s. of which breed i White Orpingtons, told of his troubles lie fine specimens. in keeping poultry. He thought, that 0. Munro ripoke on thp subject to some of the other breeders but failed to throw present living close to him he would light on subject, although he gave! have to use a Yale lock to keep any three niiniittt-tiilk, and! at all, and ended with a poem. mi; that as he had not! This finished the toast list, and the ___________________j (iiiesH of tbe evening, Mr. K. P. H earns I'uigary and Victoria, a large breed- ot' the White Leghorn, and a I of numerous poultry ss.-oeialions, called upon to throw some light. the poultry question in general. He save a talk of considerable length, I and did not confine himself to any t one subject, but. gave from his vast j suggestions and ideas nf j benefit to present. On behalf of j the Victoria Poultry association, hf. [circled a massing invitation for all to j snip exhibits to their Provincial Poiil- j try and assured the members n! a fair field and no favors. 1 He offered valuable suggestions on t tin; subject of and their treat- ment, which bo bad personally used for bis own pens, and also gave his views as regard care of the birds in winter. His address wag listened to interest, and at its close many questions were asked on different topics of the business, which received readv, answers. At "the hour of twelve tbe members joined in singing "Auld Lang and "A Jolly Good which brought the first annual banquet to a close. The gathering was full of en- thusiasm and good things, and the ev- ening was very profitably spent. EGGS ARE DROPPING Chicago, Dec. Five hundred and seventy-six thousand eggs are report- ed to have been put. on the market nt a loss of two cents a dozen by Chi- cago dealers today. Thousands more were offered, with no takers. Commission merchants here say that the price of storage eggs is not near the bottom yet and predict that more than a million and a half cases in storage, eggs will drop near- ly ten cents a dozen before the .New Year. THE PEOPLES' FORUM A MENACE TO SAFETY Editor Lethbridge Herald Duar me through the columns of your paper to bring to the attention of the public in general and the city council in particular, a small nratler which can he remedied, at a nominal expense, yet which is dangerous enough to cause a nasty j accident, j A hundred yards or so east of the bridge which crosses the lake at Henderson Park, there runs an oldj abandoned looking telegraph line j which is supported across the water: by several poles of which two are i missing, with the result that'the wire: hangs low between the two poles re-j maining. In fact, it is not more than; TWO feet, above the surface of the lake THE LAW'S LONG REACH Winnipeg, Dec. a Ye Briin- ing, who'absconded'from the Dresden Bank of Berlin, Germany, in .Tune, with and was arrested here today, and is now locked up, together with a companion .by the name of Rer- maii, awaiting the arrival of an offi- cer from the German has con- fessed, and will waive extradition. ALL ANTI-CLERICALS ELECTED Rome, Dec. municipal elec- tions 'were held here today. All the anti-clerical candidates, including May or Nathan, were ejected. The cleri- cals abstained from voting. DAXliEEOUS WOODEN CABS FELL FROM A PORCH Scran ton, Pa.. Dec. Charles Man-lev, Prohibition party candidate for governor Pennsylvania in 1SJU, prominent attorney. the middle. During; the summer this wire was constant menace to canoes, and several were nearly capsized when sailing, by coming in contact with it. it is very hard to sec against j a dark background. Now that the lake' frozen and skating has taken the; place "of canoeing, this wire promises j (o be as great a menace to sVatqrs I was killed today bv a fall from the jas H wns canoeists, as it stretch-, porch at his home here. He was a lcs across tllc finest j tbe lake, and one is very liable toj forget about its presence until be. finds himself on the back of his head on the- ice, with brilliant constella-.' lions appearing in all directions. 1! 'speak from experience as 1 ran Ehto lit, and know exactly what it feels' I like. j 1 Now, whether the city or the C.P.! R. is responsible for thi.s dangerous condition, it is up to lite city dads to see that it is remedied before somebody meets with .a more serious, accident. i While 1 Teei that it- has been my j duty (o put this matier before the i public, I am sure that the which has alreadv'done so much for, CHRISTMAS GROCERIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES DATES Per pound PRUNES, -t Per pound MIXED NUTS Per pound ORANGES Per dozen MIXED PEEL Per pound TABLE FIGS Per pound oc 10c 20c 30c 20c 15c Special 20 Ibs. SUGAR for BEST ONTARIO CHEESE, Ib APPLES, PER BOX 2Qc Westminster Store NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE 364 I lip convenience of skaters at the lake, see that it is attcmleil In. Thanking yon, Mr. Kditor, ior this space, I remain, Yours truly, A Sore Heart. AN INTERESTING CASE London. Dec. the Kil- mor vs. British Columbia Orchard Lands, Limited, from British f'olum- bin, before the Judicial committee ofj the Privy Council, judgment was re served. Record was received August 2tl, 19J2, The action was brought to have an agreement for Iho sain of certain property declared void on failure by the purchaser to pay an installment lor the purchase money. I Wooden cars caused the clt'.ith of two Highlanders m the Strectsvillc affair and the injury or many more, llero is a partial photographic record of the recent toll of death from wooden curs: 1. New Orleans, N'ov. 11 in which 10 were killed and a score injured. 2. Two cars that wore'Jammed one into the other in the Irvington wreck near ludinnapolis. head-on collission N'ov. where IS wore killed and a score injured. ;t. Unilrond head-on col-' lission wreck occurred at Irvinglon near Indianapolis. 1'2, and by the telescoping of tbe wooden day couches, IS were killed and a score injured. ;