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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Decembe HER arger Phis yearwe have a i I ou will tmd something: to please; you' at ;.any; price. .Some of tiie things we nave Go Carts TcaScis Mechanical Toys Pianos for Boys lv Our display of Gifts for Ladies in Linens, etc.; will decide Shop early, assortment is complete NEW STORE SOCIAL AND, PERSONAL Visjting Days- .hostesses tomorrow; Mrs. organ -and ?vlrs. Daw -virs. -Alex. Smitli. -Urs. Homer Gay. Mrs-. >Y-. -k- XoWi.'and. ilrs. W? A. receive tomorrow, "i Jp fls w.- F. XeDbnald will 'not re- Shaw vvilli-not.receive ;'iuK to i .after- the. .New'- Yearlt many articles displayed at the booths moderate in price and pleasing to the eye. The decorations were extremely amsuc, each booth being draped in me colors of its particular country. The Canadian stall was ''gray with its brignt hued maple, leaf -decoration. superintended by Mrs. Lake. Mrs. A. Smith win look after the tea ta- bles-and Mrs. Cooper will assist the guests in making, their purchases. V. !f PhilUbia class will meet in the club room' church at four o'clock .Sunday afternoon instead of this evening as announced." and Union Jacks: at thV Scotch stall. "Bob-by" burns' place; picture the shamrock An appreciative gathering partially the Majestic to witness the .per- formance of four sprightly sketches by Mr. Richard and his clever- company last evening: The .audience kept in good humor .-from start to finish, and were i-airly tickled by the good -comedy DURING THE con- 1 GJ 1 mg of a11 who took Part. in ihat role. leadIBS Part in the .foiif A. E. Stewart will not receive again holidays humor was at all times The troubles and. antics of Mr. Ghiigvj 'the Irish b'ooth- home'-cooking -booth -took -up the, centre of'Jihe-room over the delicate aad'Tntrlccitc ,the corrections-arrayed-in Dainty bas-j ProWeins of shaving, and fastening.Ji'is Kets'-round..guicic'sale, a-s well as the fairly convulsed the'masculine bread-'-andi.other home 'bake'3 goodies. At the English stall the. flow- land was the dec- REDPATH-STREET Jouring Car} 0p-atVt6Ur' Bunding-Lot. i WS. Ashmead. Kill receive Jor the first time since 'jif'.rr.ta'arrtage -afternoon of -i'oiir and -six and cards_.bearhi.g ;the words and. Mother thereafter thejsecond each nxon'th. A bright 'iittlV Bridge luncheon was the offered by Mrs. E. A. n was started-with one church I vais songs I member: today, it has eighty mem- Simm, calling f ibers with an average attendance of 1-5 people, notwithstanding the un- f favorable conditions, disadvantages i put-up with, the crowding from .pillar to post, paying about 515 a. month, which amount would easily pay the During the inter- by" Miss I. DISTRICT DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT or DISTRICT trip or "orvtsipw A. At one. grand prizes go to "-his division. District No. part "of'the 'City of-Lethbrldge Iyia_________ east of the Third Ave.; from..First-Street to-SixthVStreet, on Sixth to-Fotirth rFo-arth.'AXfev-to Eleventh St., '-south on I4ercnth ,to city limKs.Y-At least to "this r Mrs. A. St and Second A> MISS GRACE, 59 Argyle Ave. i... ERNEST TOWNSEND, CAMPBELL AIRD, 1304 Sixth Ave.............-. CHRIS. Aghew 'and Westminster 130 HAROLD :Torrance Ave, District No. jart of the city of Lethbrifige1.lying south-'and'' west of the; above of, the-prizes go high anyL "contestant "could" A-ote is another" question; The 'main thing is to' get the tie only way to get" votes. And votes glance convince any doubters, as to "tne suc- cess of the Herald2 contest The Her- 1-can "come Last year's contest ended- so -..satisfactorily ihat many willing candidates were rea'dy tflls -year -to. compete for the rich priz- j dates rreat many, people are; watching tfcfe.-jiontest. closely, and -'with- holding- their .subscriptions until they see the progress made by the-various candidates. "There are so .many de- I5S AGN E3 907 "Seventh Avt. Soatrt MISS OLIVE pAyiEs: 408-' Fifth Ave. South 367QQ MISS LIZZIE-sHtRtEyrQafS-ixth A've. A.'Soirth-- MISS A've. MME.E. 622- Sixth Ave. South v B: I' At least" one of the grand prizes so to this District. No. 3 Includes 'all towns in Southern. Alberta and Eastsjrn Bri- tish Columbia; over population. At least two. -of the prizes go to this district f And the' p'rizesare certainly worth serving candidates; all good a_ icft: of fig--[ to be.able the candi-T who stand '-the best chance to MISS MARY McKENZlE, iWaclsod, Alta. MISS MAMIE A. FQURNIER. Pinchcr AJta" .D. R. Medicine Hat Alta......... JOHN Hosmer. B. C. MISS EDITH -HAHK-ER. Cardston. Alta. "D. W. COULTER, Taber, Alts.......... A. J. HUDSON, Magrath, Alta. 6.120 '130 asn SSo wnue. ihe live-passenger McLaugh- j sin Via' of "the "contest uof District'No, ail towns and I single candldate'h'as' the: least "edge" j t5slr Columbia.'-iinder, population. At'least two of the prizes in. aav fAnrocttaTir i district car is the prize for an7 other 'The citv candidates are striving, yet many j an-d cou'niry are running- about ere bv Miss unng aout even ng for encores from a de-jwoujd be "very PJeased" to win the I In rne PoiiF division, face-of I lence. uorohation trip or ?400 in the coin jrfie. scores, the" realm. Its all a matter. ofi'oytside are vorin- nnl th 'Enei- a basement, -but later itiunce of City Engi- has been considered advisable "eer K is stated that Uie ruLinfwSout exonorate Mr. Arnold, but Acting Mayor -Bow- man refuses to divulge the contents of the report ,until it is submitted to the council at the meeting on Mondav night, next. oompanies for our own artists will be able to entertain us. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Sf. Andrew's three day inter- national Uaaaar opened yesterday af- tornoon in (ne lecture rooms of knox from the minJite the ba- late in the thronged found the make the opening prayer. The bazaar is being continued this evening, and tomorrow. This even- ing the form of amusement offered tne visitors gratis will ;g competition. bo the men's ALDERMAN-ELECT TILLEY A THANKS THE ELECTORS A' 7-aar was opened until evening the reams "vi-.lth eager ouyers, i The Baptist Ladies' Aid i-ethbridge, Dec. l-l, 1010 Herald: I convey to your readers my' ;rstituiif yL the confidence I expressed in me at the polls on Mor, 03.J. To be elected at the head'of tho! from such a large and strong field oi" candidates, is an honor for which JUs for me to. express mvl lull appreciation. i could pay off all these debts'is "strong enough to haul'big too; if you wanr ycur -laddie'" take-you bar driving after the-pony I is won. help to get. a few votes, you j grown-ups. j THE HERALD'S Automobile and European Tour Contest NOMINATION BLANK This nomination does not count as a vote and need be sent in but once "for each can- didate. I Nominate (Name of Candidate) Nc. Dr. de Van's Female A reliable Frencli regcUtoi never fail are exceedingly powerful in rcsHl will hold tneir Christmas sale and tea in the scnool room tomorrow afternoon and evening. The principle feature will be a well stocked pantry table which The will be in charge of Mrs. Innian. home confection booth win bo ver hy Tlu ,jre- r. Co.. st. Ont. ueodiowork bo for salo uill t< t00' of fclle respon- s.b.iuies winch go with thai portion in a year loaded with big movements mat will require the best energv'i thought and business experience thaM can bo supplied by any man.- I 1 can only say thai I hope lo'show! our citizens that 1 can serve ihem or better, than thoy elcciert rao. (Street or Town) Signed (Name of Nominator) SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A'separate :boys ana gtrts under 15 years-of age. NORA STAFFORD, 1619 korn ot ADA MURRAY, IWCourtland St. JAMES NISBET. Stafford Village WINNIE SELLENS. aos Seventh st PtGGIE CRAIG, 1252 Fourth Ave. North AGNES KERR. 417 Fourteenth St. GEORGE -SUPfNA. 334 Westminster" Rd WALTER PA_MER. Grassy ALICE- Raymond, Alta. RUSSELL DUDLEY. Fernie, 8. C JENNY McNL'LTY, 4is TING FpWER OF TrONS AND THE PRICE OF 15.530 "S.....250 "THE HERALD Daily By Carrier By Mail New 2.00 4.0G. 3.00 3.00 6.00 12.00 S.OO -20.00 15.00 Months j Year '2 Years 13 Years Years Weekly 1 2 Years.......... 3.00 3 Years 4.50 5 Years 7.50 1200 .3000 9000 15000 27000 1500 3500 5000 10000 Old 600 1500 4500 j 7500' 13500; I 750! 17501 2500 j 50001 Any payment made to a candidate! by a person now taking the Herald I ox'cnds the subscription from the date! to which the subscriber has paid. Old- subscribers, as wei: as nev, by paying! arrears or by paying- in advance, orj by paying- both in advance and ar-l rears, may help the candidate. I Address the candidate wishes to compete for the Shetland Pany, sign name be- low. for Shetland Pony MANUEL VICTIM OF POVERTY: HE HOPES TO REGAIN THRONE Exiled King of Portugal, Living at Ex- pense of Friends in England, Says Republic .Will Fail Tribuna to- day prints an interview with a Port- personage, ..whose name is not mentioned, bur "wiio" is -said .to be a prominent royalisi, concerning ilan- !i H., 'he exiled King of Portugal. JJanuol. is poverty TRIJvrCARErULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON l: DAILY HERALD TEN VOTES For any regularly nominated candidate In the Bally Herald's Great Prize Contet. (Name 05.' Disti'ict Xo. (Address.) This package contains votes g has bean com--AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY to accept thu, hospitality of the of Orleans, at Wood Norton, i AT CARMANG'AY livesiiam, England. For three .months Carrnaripay. Dec. to pay i an.'i in stored 10 servants. Hopes that power, insi lie. will if members have secured and an application, ask- re-jJag for .-i certificnte to form an agri- liivs sent ;