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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Sat nrd'ay, -J 0. THE LETIIBRIBGE DABLff CANADIAN PACIFIC Christmas -AND New ONlXraiBD Between all .stations ou May port Arthur to Vancouver an intermediate branch lines. Tickets on sale December 22, 1910 to January 2, 1911, final return limit January. 5, 1911." For further, particulars apply to G. B. MITCHELL Ticket Agen Pacific Railway "A'Ka CANADIAN PACIFIC EASTERN CANADA CUPSIORS Trip Rates to., Btario, Quebec %rid fTickets on sale December 1. to Decem- j.er'Sl, inclusive, good to return within three months. Tickets. issued in conection with At- lantic! Steamships'' will be on sale from jNovvH and -'to- five months from date of issue. '.Fin'est 'equipment.; Standard" 'First 'Class and Tourist Sleep ing'; Gars and' -Dining Oars "on all Through Trains. .Compartment 'Library Observation Car on "Imperial Limited.'' EXPRESS" Jeaves; Winnipeg- daily, at ..22.10k. mak- ing connections at Toronto "for all -points East-ajid West thereof.' I mperJa.i -leaves Win- daily at 8.25k, and the. Express" at 19.'00k making con- nections at Montreal for all -'points East thereol Apply the nearest C.P.R. Agent for S; FAX CONCERT CO. WHO MADE PEOPLE December 10 of the Garbutt Business College. :Seats, at Red Cross Drug Book Co. Prices 75c and Mr. Kicttai-cl HpteM? AnQ his local 'associate's" In a series of farce comedies, .'-.one. night only' Dec: ....ENTITLED "Peter "Duh'brbwn .R. Mr. 'Chugwaier Hindis' Mrs. Chug-water Grace McLeod Baggage Man L. L. Asquith "Little Toadiekms" J. .Robinson Brownsmith Hihcks Babicomb Captain Littlepop.; .Frank- Waddington Amanthis Miss" "G. McLeod Susan rAnnie Babicomb A, 'L.''HiEgs "The Fair aemie" -r-, Lord Loyell ;'.-L. L. Asqmtli Mart. Kinghorne.r Hindis' Lady ...Kitty iliss. Hings REDUCED TO TO Fate of Calgary Univers- ity ,Bill in the Legislature Edmonton., Nov. ,B. bill to amend legislative act, to ..provide .that after.-crea- tion of similar fate in.j ,.the legislature' yesterday, .as did his billt regarding the candidature ol j judges in elections.. The bill -'-was thrown, .out yesterday, .on diyisiqn.-.on a motion for the second four- "opposition hicin'bers, and Brain- ley-Moore" arid O'Brien voting for the measure. j-' better success .withrliis Calgary. University biir-in ;tiie imittee of the whole. as deputy having the bill passed, but 'with, 'amen-dments, >rill 'change the.; name to Calgary College. Theresas a division on the question'as-to "the; con vocation-- clause; 'the clause -being j- caraied. T The Calgary bill to-incorporate-the .Calgaryr r being pro-'j .inoted by also., .passed j: .committee ..of the whole, ..but left .over until 'a new name for the. college; in. of the 'fact the, name "Calgary College" has been, given'to the.iirii-1 The" College, -Cal- has been. suggested. For The Girl There n i un er o as articles s nitab le for a young girl in additiorjL to i las list. Ho wev ei'jiW on may feel something h'ere.. Bracelets, filled Bii-tlistoiie' King; "G-dW filled to Same, solid gold Pearl Brooch. 14k Our specialis a 14k Crescent set with Silver "Deposit Per- f ttiae _> Set Ar- ticles-- to; Griui or- Silvex 10 OLIVER sYKf DIETZ. GiRL HELD GufLTL'ESS: DULUTH, Minn. .MILWAUKEE, CHICAGO, III. on sale Dec. 1 to 31 inclusive Good to return "Patina, three months. Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for full information. CANADIAN Western famous 'Goodyear TJr.es at'aTcut price Lay in your extras. W.R.DOBBIN 310 Seventh-St. South Dec. election trejgh Burghs: Ferguison, McQuiston, Union. Lancashire, S. E. ib. Samuel, KENYON SEEKS DOLLIVER- SEAT Sen- ator Frederick .after- noon announced tfiat bring the name 'of assistant at: Un- a days prioV to the surreader of her ratner. defeMer of Cam-. n' DaciSc cording to'afffatemenV df 't Attoriaey Francis ,-jiflintburgs: Howard, Union. Inverness Burghs: Bryce, Lib. Eord, Union. luichanged. "-Lancashir-e, S. W. Ic.v, Lib. Brocklehurst, ion. unchanged. Leicestershire, Loughborouglr; tib'f'r CaTrhigt-on; unchanged. Middlesex En field: Branch, Lib. Newman, Union. iCorth: Williams, Union., changed. _ _ __ Denbigh .District: Lib- 45. of Sawyer county today. j: JLamereux Iftisited .Miss jJJietz at StVt Joseph's hospital prior to depaeture for Hayward. -rfhe no "case against said Mr. Lamereux. ..are and; the iii" .that" Mrs. torney general, (before the' legislature, Qore'i UnionJ unchanged. at the coining session as a candidate to succeed Senator Dolliver. He de- siares after an extensive tour- of the state that sentiment favoring Kenyon is too strong to disregard. PLUS FOR ROUND TRIP From all stations in Ontario, Port Arthur and West, Manito ba, Saskatchewan and Alberta 10 sale December 15, '-l7. 1910: .January 20, 21, and February 15 and 16, 1811; good to re- turn" -within three months from date of issue. Apply- to nearest C. Ry. for full information. Don't- throw old tires.pi' however -bad they are-. Automobile TIRES. TUBES'" VULCANIZED CENTRAL-CYCLE REPAIR WORKS 331a Eights Ave. E., Calgary, TORONTO'S FAMOUS HOTEL Robinson, Lib. 3111; Lloyd, Union. unchanged. Cheshire Altringham-; Lib.' Union. Union-" ist gain. Devonshire Totnes: Dur.stan, Liu. -Mildmay, Union, chatiged. -.'Durham Lvb. :V; Ivicklcy, 4892; unchanged. Glamorganshire, Lib. Lab.. tm-" changed. Herefordshire, Leominsicr: Paine. Lib. Ranfein, Union. un- changed. Merthyr-Tydvil, (Uvo bietz was the real power behind the taroue, the incentive to John Dietz in Jiis defiance, of real back- 'of. tiie long >teJajyear fight made by John JDietz." Miss Dietz left for -Kasward this. afternoon in charge Jladden and accompanied brother j Clarence and Dr. Philip 'Fox TEXAS FOREST. FIRES Pleasant, tnonsaud citizens- andfifariners jxre bat- Um'g with forest fires in Silver Bot- tom, according to advices received Here today.' 'at It is Model 27, .30.Horsepower, Arrivied The announcement of extia, vote hearts tli candidate's in the contest, and as every name enter ed represents a contestant who is on to win, at: first hand thirty-thre txearts were made glad. As all sub seriptions turned in from the 'begin mng of thie v contest in. these groiipsjo equi valenkto- fiv6 .yea: for tiie -Daily Herald candidates who started in early los nothing, The voting- schedule published r dailj will remain "in force, -without change until the. last the contest. To change.; thevj regular schedule of. votes from-1 time- to -time confuses "candidates and tinie is -spent "getting wise" oideriof is .other- special off era.-.', of. extra votes: five-year club is the of. the entire con- test, subscriptions turned in be- fore midnight', on January- '2 be worth more extra, votet than after y -.the ...tiifeJiHeraldHiii con- test, wan't-'.to is- .worth] but horse neai'Iy the" samej as'last" year's" model, Vo. ihce'-is ..tnit ?3 ie t'otial base of "is ver real ,'r.ocMhg.. chair" bv.er mob'tii' "roa'ds: wi-de !asily_ holding three.> passengers, -front eat. two and motor, will-carry the -car fifty-miles an hour J -you fast aiid'-fiill' power s "turned- on. s -yf The, aixd is .-back- d up: by Hyde Saunders. -that Hie car., offered -as the" "first rize-'th 'the s "car-offered in newspaper, voting-.pofttest ibe sent in tfiat hoast of a larger population than, ojeth-bridge. Leaving the of population put of, .the, the Uaily. Herald, as an up-to-date news-> paper, "will "stack up" with ..any oth- er .daily paper .-published: either rto.- 5" T'iie. car is built in" Canada; when you need won't, need you can get :tnem in Canada. The ,-7 office the :evemng 'before. ap4'. to. the .country as the city. To ensure regular'" pub-; iication of 'the tie "copy be handed to the printer 'the Eight tore. Bpuacer, and Jiis Herald is not paying .for als may caress Mm. prize car. Nevertheless, 27 is teaiporary home at.L. F- erjr stable, where .the ,wna cannot wait untily which, is coming, by. more- powerful- and cars of How so? you ask. Because the panyV SjoiicerSad receptioii, at the- he -But the 'Coronation; of iii eold casiii1 The; third" i iy'.' ffyU'Carrief Convenient to Union Station and only a short .distance from the theatres and shop- ping districts. American and European Plans. up. SEO. inii late of Winnipeg- Propnctors (9) 12.256'; Keir Hardic, Watts. Union. unchang- ed. Worcestershire. Droiuvich: Brooks, Eib. 4.80S; Lyulctoo, L'nion. unchanged. County Tyrone. Souih: Boy-d, Liti.j 2.6'j2j; Homer, Union. unchang- ed. Louth. North: larly and throb, skip beats, beats fast for a time, then go slow as to seem almost to stop, it causes great anxiety and alarm. The least excitement or exertion seems to affect it. Many people- arc kept in a. .state, of morbid fear of death, become weak, worn THE NOMINATH1 BLANKf nomination does -not ,cbunt a vote and need'fac jn once for each can- 'dldate. I Nominate (Name of Candidate) District (Street or Town) Signed .J. (Name.'.of Nominator) Address the candidate wishes to compete for the Shetland Rany, sign name .low. Competing for Shetland Pocy remain in 6f'C: be "added: Agafn: for -Tuesday's Issue south n-n f I w .ERNEST-TOWNSEND, 1817 McBeth-St 1304 Sixth Ave; a Agnew and Westminster HAROLD KERB, 444 Torrance Ave west AGNES MISS OLIVE -Soaih .MISS LIZZIE Sixth South" NORMAN, 622Sixth South dTvision. -1; Diitrict No. all towns in Southern. Alberta, and Eastern IB- uab. 'At least', two ;bf "the.', tffis MISS SUSAN WJTBECK, '70 MISS MARY'McKENZIE, Macleod, Alta. MISS MAMIE A. FOL'RNIER, Pincher Creek, Alta" D. .R. WARE. Medicine Hat, Alta.......... 'l30 "v JOHN R. MacDONALD, Hosmer, B. C. MISS EDITH .MARKER, Cardston, Alts. D. W. Taber, Alta. aSOSO J THE BOY SCOUT -nVHentthe heart begins-to beat irregu-: _- MAlTrMrWT If i f JLCl 1 I IlLlvfi' Tnd. Xat. Nation-.! and through this unnatural al gain. Peebles and Selkirk: McLean, :Lib. 1.96S; Steele. Union. ed. Acclarnations Gaiway Bast: J. Roche, Xat. Longford, South: J. M. MoJloy. Nat. Banfishire: Capt. W. Waring, Lih. Queen's County Ossory: W. P. Delancr, Nat. D. Kiibnde, Xat. Leitrim, North; Nat. action of the heart. To all such sufferers Mil barn's Heart unchang-.j and Nerve Pills can give prompt and- prernanent relief. Mrs. John Thompson, Mill Cove, N.B.; a few lines to let you know xvhat Milburn's Heart and Nerve 'Pills have done for nicv ,I.have been troubled xrith weakness and palpitation of the heart: vvould have severe choking down at but got none POPULATION OF TEXAS Washington. Dec. popula- tion of Texas is according i to statistics or the Thirteenth census J issued tonight the census bureau. spells, and could scarcely lie all. I tried many remedies bu 'to answer my case like your pills-did. ,can recommend" them highly to all suffer- ing "-vita heart and nerve'trouble." Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are 5oc. per box or 3 boxes for 81.25 at all dealers or will be mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Limited, -Toronto, put. The Boy- Scout Movement -has reach: ed LePhbridgc. A meeting for all boys of the city hetvfeen the ages of 11 and 18 years .interested in thoir own intellectually, phy- sically, and morally are asked to at- tend the meeting to be held in the class room used by the young men Bible study Wegloy Methodist.church, teacher. M. K. Kaako, on Sunday afternoon -1..15, Dec. Ilth, to further the plans for organization. i The Boy ycout movement has solv-' ed a -great problem; namely, the 'fu- turc of our hoys. Parents anxious for the welfare of their boys should see-that every means should be used to interest rhem in" this movement Diatrict- Includes I'aii towris in'. iSotithern Alberta- anfi Eastern" 'Bri- tish Columbia, Binder population. At least two of the prizes go to thi3 ,i -FLORENCE "SI- VETTER.Beilevue, Alta. D. L. KIMBALL, Grassy Lake, Alta STNLEY M. WELCH, Barons, Alta 140 MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, Alta. go MISS LILLE MAY TJEARNEY, Burdett, Alta. MISS EMILY MILLER, Bow island, Alta. ____ "ieSso MISS KATHLEEN R. FARRELL, Coutts, Alta. _______ j... 7 SHETLAND PONY DIVISION 0 A separate'rioiitest for boys anc' girls under 15 years of age. r NORA STAFFORD.- Horn St. ____ ,.t -j QSO ADA MURRAY. 1104 Courtland St ____ 218Q JAMES NES3IT. Stafford Village WINNIE SELLENS, 903 Seventh St. A. V.270 PEGGIE 'CRAIG, 1252 Fourth Ave. North _____ 1570 AGNES 417 Fourteenth St, 7.230 GEORGE SUPINA, 3o4 Westminster Rd. WALTER PA-MER, Grassy Lake, Alta 1910 ALICE SPARKS, Raymsnd, Alta. ____ RUSSELL DtJDLEYr.-Fernie, ____ Jt nonrsectaiian'- anrl non-polftical.-' Every boy in the city is cordially invited "to attend. Inter-Association Hockey League will meet in the Boys' Club at Gen- tral_ Y. M. on Thursday night. TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON VDAILY HERALD For any regularly nominated candidate in the Dailv-Herald's Great Prize Contet. Diatrict No. (Name of (Address.) Tiiis package contains Totes After December This coupon for votes wh6n properly filled-out'and 'sent-to the Contest Department of.The Herald bei'ore the expiraiiou