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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD STANDING OF CANDIDATES SEIKONFTOENCE HELPS IN THE HERALD'S CONTEST CHANGE IN STANDING TODAY-r- added Again for Tuesday's Issue of The Herald. G.or9., ,r in cash THE BONUS CLUB Touring Car. Building Lot. DISTRICT PRIZES DISTRICT trip or .'DISTRICT trip or trip or DISTRICT trip or DIVISION A. At least of the grand prizes go to this division. tnat Part o? the City of Lethbridge Ivias north and I- Third Ave., from First Street "to Sixth Street. soutn on Sixth to Fourth, Ave., east on Fourth Ave. to'Eleventh si south to city limits. At least two of the prizes go to this district. Tenth st- and Second Ave MISS GRACE PROUSE, 59 Argyle 'Ave. ERNEST TOWNSEND. 1817 McBeth St. ..........9730" CAMPBELL AIRD, 1304 Sixth 830 CHRIS. GIBSON, Agnew and Westminster TQ HAROLD KERR, 444 Torrance j weekly count and earn extra votes that pan of the city of lyi'ii? south and i T-'hen. included in .the clubs. To Believe in Yourself ind the Battle is Half Woii-- !f you Help Yourself, Your Friends Will Help You-Anything Worth Having is Worth Working For -y VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIP- TIONS AND THE PRICE OF THE Daily By CarrierBy Mall New 6 2.00 1 Year 3.00 2 Yttrt 8.00 6.00 12.00 9.00 Yeirs 20.00 15.00 Weekly Year 1200 .3000 9000 15000 27000 Old 600 1500 4500 7500 13500 2 Years 3.00 4.50 Years 7.50 District No. 2- west of the above boundary. At least two of the prizes go'toihis distric MISS AGNES DOWSETT, .507 Seventh Ave-'South MISS OLIVE Ave. South .......95 460 MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY, 302 Sixth Avel A. '-MME. E; NORMAN, 622 Sixth Ave. South This rule will allow can didates to secure' subscriptions from papers at .once. little indefinite. 1500 750 3500 1750 5000 2500 f 10000 5000' i Any .payment made to a candidate jby.a person, now taking tlie Herald j I extends-the subscription'from the date fib which the subscriber has'paid, "bid 'subscribers, as well as paying paying in advance, or advance- and ar- the candidate. v -r -r H MORMON LADY IS DEAD .1-1.650 ..10.7-70. DIVISION 3. At least one of the grand prizes go to this division. in SouUiem. Alberta and Eastern Bri-1 P-sin and also to avoid going into a i (lengthy explanation, a jew clubs will be given. Both old and new j subscriptions count. one year j ..Daily, 6 months Daily, 2 years Weekly, year Daily, one .year Prizes go'TO't tish Columbia .over population. At least i MISS SUSAN, WITSECK. Raymond Alta MISS MARY, Macleod. Alta MISS MAMIE A. FOURNJER. Pincher Creek'-Alt; C. S. WARE. Medicine Hat Alta. v 130 .JOHN R.-MacD6NALD, Hosmer. B. C. 050 MrSS EDITH HARKER. Cardston. Alta. .0: W. COULTER. Taber. Alta. 1 A: J. HUDSO'N. Magrath.: Alta. .'.10 fn SoM-rem Alberci and Eastern Bri- sh ft.tft At ieasi: two of the prizes go to this One club Daily. 2 years Daily, 3 years [y is; worth j -sabscrip- j new- "sub-' js the candidate Thrce iwoyear sabscriptioas j would place a-candidate no j votes at' eandidatelust enter- ling right up among the Total Value'of. t'he Prizes The-total value of the prizes offei-ed es. "uou district. :iVUSS FLORENCE S. VETTER; Believue. Alta KIM BALL. Grassy, Lake. STNLEY M. WELCH. Aita. 140 KJSS ELIZABETH ADAMS. Stirling. Alta.' MISS LILLE MAY TIEARNEY. Burdctt. Alta MISS EMILY'MILLER.' Bow Island, Alta. MISS KATHLEEN R. FARRELL.'Coutts, X" SHETLAND PONY DIVISION Y A separate contest girls under'15 years of age. 3t..... tcSQ- ADA MURRAY. 1104 Courtland St. -.....i'lSO JAMES NES3IT. Stafford ViJIaoe Vnn WINNIE, SELLENS, 908 Seventh" St. A." PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 Fourth Ave. North 4-17 Fourteenth St. GEORGE 334-Westminster Rd. PA_MER, Lake, Alta. ,........V.V.V'" ALICE SPARKS. Raymond. Alta. 150 RUSSELL DUDLEY, Fernie. B. C......... ...1....." "V 700 JENNY McNULTY. 418 Wilson St ..........'.____... i One cluh.............5 Weekly. 5 years .........2Vi Five separate 5 months" i subscriptions ,0ne club .............5 A five-year subscription .from oae person also constitutes a Each club, no matter of "what denomination the subscriptions are, entitles the can- didate to 15.000" extra the subscriptions are turned in be- fore midnight on January 2, 1911. Self-Confidence a few experience has helped me in my vote getting in. the Herald's prize one of the candidates to the contest, man the other evening. Continuing, the candidate said: "'It's so wonderful what self-confidence 'can. do. I also find -that acting on. your advice helps me greatly. I read every line'of the news about the contest as it appears- daily, and I would advise-other can- in the Herald's contest has not been stated, and the contest is not called a or, voting con- test.- CouBt it yp for yourself and you will find that the Herald will have to dig down very deep to foot the Dills. But it does not -make any difference to -the candidates how deep the Her- (aid will be .compelled to prix- (es are offered and the candidates will 'get them. However, one or two can- didates will not get everything. There are twelve prizes., ranging in7 value from the McLaughlta-Buick -to the purse of gold. The shaggy little Shetland pony and outfit represents i an.outlaw of about .Every can- didate will win according to the. time, and energy he devotes to contest rk; Subscriptions come -easier .to some -candidates than others, but a real worker never lails to get the fa.us- i a. prize. :Sait Lake. Voung, widow "of. the famous -Mormon prophet- and leader, lirigham Young, died at her "home here1 today, aged" 72 years. She played an Import- ant part In the hisiory-o'f Utah" at-the time the movement'was, height, and it was for her that'Brigham Young built what is known as Amelia's Palace, one of the show places "of the city. w f THE HERALD'S Automobile and I Tour Contest NOMINATION BLANK This nomination .does not count as a. vote and-need ,be .serit'.iri for each'can- 'I I Nominate 1. of -District No. Monday, ]l December 12.1010. 5x. BAD FIRE DESTROYS (Street or Town) .of.Nominator) the .candidate to for -the oShetland-Pany, sign name be- _low. Competing for Shetland Pony BAD FIRE DESTROYS THREE DAUPHIN BLOCK! Dauphin, Man.; Dec. of tfci worst ttres in th-e history of JDauphii broks out tonight shortly after tea o'clock and lor a time the whole lowi was threatened. Owing- to the tajcA i mat there was no wind the daniagi was confined.'to the'deestruction o! three wooden blocks, The loss beim estimated at Jfio.OOO. The is about two-thirds. The fire started trom an overheated stove in the hard- [ware shop ot A. H.'-McPherson, o3 1 burrows avenue. .There was delay ia getting the Ore apparatus to work pro perly, and alter twenty minutes onlj one stream was available. The flatnai spread rapidly'and-soon the three frame blocks were beyond saving. store was a complete lo.is.. as was also the Edgar block adjoinini and the block to the east occupied bj Alien and Co., butchers, who eeected in saving their entire stock. The occupants of the other buildingi winch are devoted to business pur- poses lost their 'belongings. The post omce building nearby was only saved v.-itii -reat -diHiculty. CIGARETTE FINGERS AND MOVING PICTURE EYES Toronto, Out.. Dec. course of ;ermon last Rev. N. L'Perfr, rector of St. Thomas- church, referrin. to the fact, that 75 per cent, of "the ap-, )licants for admission; fe tthe -Canadian'' Xavy were rejected; and said that the didates tx> do the .same." Start the Paper Any Time ttc