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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcdiicxflay, Dcecnibcr 11,1012 THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD ITS NOW OR NEVER THE HERALD'S CONTEST CLOSES TONIGHT at 11 O'clock Prize Awarding Committee Mr. Geo. M. Hatch, Mayor of Lethbridge. Mr. H. A. McKillop, President Lethbridge Board of Trade. Mr. A. J. Irving, Secretary of Y. M. C. A Mr Robert Cumminge, of Hlllcreet. Should any of the candidates desire representation on the committee, the contest manager will be glad to accept furtheV suggestions for Judges. The outside terrftory contestants are requested, if they desire to do so, to have a member of this committee from their own town or locality. The committee so selected will supervise the eouni:ing of the vet�s and award the prizes. Their decision shall be final. A Burroughs Adding machine will be used to count the votes. Mr. J. W. Robertson, o� the Bank of Commerce, has promised to "manipulate" 'Ibe machine. Complete Results of the Contest Will Be Published in Friday's Herald RULES FOR THE FINISH The Herald's subscription contest ends Wednesday night. The contest office In the Acadia block will remain open until 11 o'clock to receive subscription reports from the Lethbridge candidates. Candidates residing outside of Lethbridge should mall aubicrlp-tion reports on Wedneeday, calculating the train servieo from their respective towns so that the letter reaches the contest office before  o'clock Thursday evsnlng. . The count of the votes will be held in the contest offiee in the Acadia block, commencing about 8.30 o'clock. All th� candidates and their friends are Invited to attend. Candidatee are not required to send in their reserve.vote cent tificates. The duplicates of the subscription recelpte will be handeii to the Judges for the final count. Away With Catarrh A Filthy Disease aiVES INSTANT RELIEF, CURES AND PREVENTS CATARRH AND COLD IN THE HEAD The fiulckest, boBt and safest way to ctire catarrh or a cold In the head |8 by using n. remedy that will "touch the .spot" and do its work �'�veD OIL. Winnipeg Stock at Messrs. Ferguson Bros,, 123 Bannntyne Ave., Winnipeg. Man, Calgarv, Dec. 10. - Chief Smart was operated on last night for blood poisoning in both legs. His condition this morning is very favorable and there is every probability that the chief has averted the danger of losing a leg. The operation was performed last night by I)rs. MacKid and McLaren in the chief's quarters at the central fire hall. It is believed that the poisonous matter was confined to the vicinity of the bruises and that the recovery of the chief will be rapid. While preparing for the operation, Dr. MacKid placed his vial ot chloro-toriii on the table beside the chief. "None of that for nie," said Cap-py. "This is a rather important performance from my viewpoint and I'm (?oing to stay awake and see that you do it right." A long and deep incisiim wa.s necessary to reach tlie eflcctcd portions of the left leg and when 'this h.Tid been completed it was decided to remove the puss from bruises above the ri.glit knee. Durin|r^the two ordeals the chief ground a yard of cloth into very fine fraRinents between his molars and also did considerable noisc-niaking but he remained fully conscious to supcrvi.so, the work. TORONTO MARGIN SPECULATORS WERE HIT HARD Toronto, Dec, lO.-Many Toronto and Montreal traders are understood to have been hit hard by the panic iu New York which commenced shortly before the close ot the market yes terday and sprae accounts have been closed out, brokers report, because their clients have not come forward with Bufflclent margin. Brokers predict an early rally, but bo far praotr-cally tho only orders from Toronto traders have been ot the selling order, and it Ih presumed that unless some ot the bigger operators commence to buy at the present low levels and avert a more sorlouB. dlHastor. there v/lll be nu tolling what bottom prices may reach. The Gift Centre! of interest to early christmas shoppers -Our Cut glass has always horne the reputation l^aaf |,|flac of being the clearest and most brilliant to be VUl \Jia9� found. We suggest the following: Both Decor- bon bon dish, set of tumblers ativeand ^nife rests, decanter, Useful water JUG, perfume bottles vase bowl -For the Christmas season we made soma very D?DOS-Art *'"'�'*' purchases of this delightful ware, among � ' which are: Both Decor- sugars and creams *j�^' tea pots Useful tea pot stands butter dishes VASES sandwich PLATES E. A. EWERT Jeweller and Optician Olivet* Block Lethbridge, Alta. STEAMER WITH TWENTY MEN IS MISSING Loulsburg, C. B., Dec, 10.-The British steamer Morien with a crew of 20 men is thought to have been lost in quo of the i-tecent storms. No news of the steamer has been received slrico she left LoulsibuTg November 16 with a cargo of coal for Placentina, Newfoundland. The Canadian government steamer Lady Laurler has searched unBuccesBfuUy tho waters between the Newfoundland const and Nova Scotia and has returned to'port. The Morien was built at Sunderland, England, in 1909 and hailed from Liverpool. Captain C. M. Burchell was ber managing owner. She registered 490 tons. Keep in Touch with Canadian Development ISvery citlien ot Canada owes it to himeelf to keep thoraurn-ly Informed concernlnK the tndustrUl, commercial and liuauuiul development of Canada. ' THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA gives a completo and accurate Rummary, every week, of conditions in Canada, its Business Outlook, SscurityRoview, Bond Situation, and arlicleB on real estate and other forma of Investment, are of value not only to investors, but to all clasaes. THE FINANCIAL POST is not a technical paper, but is written In popular and interesting style so that anyone can under-Btand. THE FINANCIAL POSY Is quoted a-3 an authority on Canadian Affairs In Canada, United States and Great Brital'n. The Investors' Information Bureau Is free to subscribers. Write for sample copy and further Information. The Financial Post of Canada "The Canadian Newspaper for Inveatore" F, Q. HA8SARD, Western Manager SOI Dominion Trust Building.....REGINA, SASK. m 2143 ;