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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, December THE DAILY HERALD FINDING THE BEST ME The way to succeed in advertising is" to make use of other people's experience in finding the best medium The tests of these two firms settle the imporiatit question CONTEST STIRS UP BOTH TESTIMONIALS WERE UNSOLICITED What an Outside Man says Vancouver, B. C., Nov. 22, 1910.' The Lethbridge Herald, Lethbridge, Alberta. have been advertising very widely throughout America, an exceptionally good fruit land pro- position: in the Arrow Lake country.. You will be interested 'to know that per unit of expenditure, the results5from THE LETHSR'DGE HERALD, were'the best we have-received from any paper. Our clients are very well pleated with it 'indeed. We you-this information for yotirvown it is not always easy for the-newspaper, wheii -producing exceptionally direct trace of the actual results of the advertising carrying. _With best wishes foKthe continued success of THE 'v He.RALD as an advertising medium, we are, .Yours, very truly, NOBLE ADVERTISING ACSENCY, R- G. DEACHMAN, What an. Inside Man says Great Falls, Mont., Nov.. 16th, 1910. Lethhridge Raily Herald, Lethbridge, Alta. reference-to our .Five thousand Inch Contract with you, which has just expired, would say that we-cannot too strongly endorse your paper, as being a'one in its class for getting resujts. Going over our records and making ;a" careful compari- son with other mediums on both sides of the line, I find that your paper brought us, more actual" buyers than any other newspaper ever used: kt the' time of com- our advertising campaign with we figured that in view of your very.low rate "card we could afford to spend considerable money in striking illustrations. Perhaps this was an important factor in making''our advertising such a success, but in any' caser.l want to assure you that we will certainly renew our, contract with you in 1911; and we assure you that this made in all sincerity and based upon actual figures, not on any suppositions. Yours very-truly, ,LONNQUlST-MASON CO., Per A. LONNQUIST. Set Speedy Pace dates After' the Five Passenger Next Standing Will lie PubBshed Valuable [in-BaickAutadr on CANDIDATES Don't forget that you get extra-votes with each ysarly, subscriptions for the Daily year and half ydar V f: a, friend wants to give you'.a "fiveyear. subscription :fbr'.the Daily, take it; if from new-; subscriber you'll get a ,totaj ..of for .regular-votes and -000 additional clubi votes. The Good to Reader and Advertiser Votes added to the of -tnet-candidates in- the fourth bulletin, caused :a many. upsets. Not- -.there; a new leader in the -the districts have; a "new. at the head, and- the 'margin- of -other leaders jn other-districts i is-mucn reduced. fay more than Soubling :in. .the paper, gains the place in, the automQb'fle'positfojL" to be-exact. Miss VOTJNG PQVVER OF SUBSCRIP- PRICE OF M Daily -By Carrier By 6 Months 1200 1 Year '3.00 .3000 Davies and also vote heavily -while Miss Dowsett gained enough votes to assure her friends and supporters that, she is a very live candidate for the Mrs. in JWstric't :No. 1; increased her score aii even. Campbell Aird in, the same. district, puts in .a "plunker" No. the of the contest, took quite-a bunch in the voting, at can- didates, made things hum -for awhile Miss Mary jumped into -the thousand class, and: would haye' been-vfirst in her district had Miss vEdith Bark- er, -of -Cardston, rparted with of the pink certificates'and'thereby, gain- ed district as welf a- having the highest .'vote, in-Division J3. District made but little the all of which' does not-mean that "the'can- didates are not "active.. leen R. Earrellr.of Courts- holds over from Tuesday All.the .can- didates m this .district Vseenatb have about equal opportunities, it is'now up to the candidates themselves to take advantage of .the opportunity If yo.u want, to. see.a. sample ,-enthusiasm you should be arouiid: the contest otftee when the boys aid girls who .are competing for. turn in tie folks talk; tions, five-year etc., proves' that" they have every feature, test down pat. Just one ,boy 'off wrong." .Until yesterday her ing for new subscribers the complaint that it was. ft'afd to' find anybody rin .Lethbridge The Herald." same the other candidates are picking :up quite a number ones, one who drew -the being" new, and he was .brought Herald camp; by a when this boy was :told -teat scribers could' by- payment, .fair- ly, danced.with "Watch nie f If. JOdon; t win "Bouncer, i'U get a ;big bunch of cominisBiba v of the West mountains are': 90 high one- must look, twice-to see-'the edges :ftest ilace today, for Bouncer. Russell Shetland looks" good also looks very. good 6! all -.the- boys and girls in .the Investigation 'invited 2 Years 3 Years 5 Years' 1. jWeekTy- 1 Year 2 Years' 3 .Years, 5 8.00 12.00- 6.00- 9000 "9.00-15000 15.00 27000 Old 600 1500 4500 7500 13500 -Executives Compare Resolutions- -Rank and File Delegates Meet in. Opera House _ members o[ the big fanners' delegation which is here-In .make-demands upon the gov- ernment astir at an early hour this who came in last night and later arrivals were .looked after by Mr. Baker, to- sit quietly ana await EACH PARTY MAKESAGAl Liberals Unionists in Devon- shire London, Dec. are the. quickly stops, coughs, cures colds, heals throat and 23 JJaddocks, Un. arrival; of the. executive once clarcd today: proceeded to get acquainted and to Cambridgeshire, Wisbech: Cecil, of C 1 -i I Cheshire, Hyde: Nielson, Lib- in j Smith, unchanged. Derbyshire, Chesterfield: Haslam, Bradford, Un. unchanged. Cheshire, JEddisbury': Stanley, L'ib. '5.023; -Barnston, Un.' 5.3121; ed- Tsle of pWiht: .Ralli, results of Wednesday's elections-? dc-: Un. '7J.i92.; unchanged-: 6J9691, Kerry, T'Sbuth: Boland, Nat. various provinces get, together.; 1 nrt Sussex, Eastbourne, Morrison. Lib-' 1500 750 3.00 3500 1750 5000 2500 7.50 10000 5000 Any-payment made to a'candidate ;by person .-now ..taking the, Heraiu extends the subscription ironjLtlie data to1 which the subscriber has .paid. Old as new, b'v paying arrears.- or by-paying' in or by paying -both. ;in'- advance and., ar- rears, may help'.the- -candidate.- Vote. WiiTBe Added Agtin for Thursday', The 5-passenger McLaugh [Hn-Buiek Touring Car; city all arriwigL-ni'cuts lion -For-this _... experienced practical! the business' which brought them to 1and western it I the'capital.' At nine o'clock the not be advisable to have thoso m.onal drafted-bv- the-executives of givcn publication. A motion was put SO; unchanged. Suffolk, Eye: Pearson, Lib. three associations i with the idea of settling the matter Berwick, Un. 4157- unehanced .were submitted to., the executives the eastern at, a. joint meeting at new Russell Hotel. Easterners Agreed It is understood that they were 'agreed' to with some minor change to bring "them -all Into harmony. The chief interest .in the morning's ceedings, however, centered at Grand Opera House where the and file of the delegation commenced to gather for a general meeting. The Jloor space, of-the building was com- fortably filled with several hundred delegates and there were a number of visitors in_ the house including several members of parliament. Farmers are gates ings out of order, but the chair man insisted on putting the motion. There was a show of han-ds in Hamilton, Union. changed. Corrected Returns ;j London, Dec. returns _ .show that Lincolnshire, Brigg Divi- j Smiley, Un. unchanged. jsion, remains in the-Liberal column, Kircudbnghtshire: McMicking, "Lib.; being credited in error as a Unionist Lib. gain. ,'vic-tory. The Liberal defeat in the Henderson which was wii, i J. uc Ijl Gloucester, Stroud: Allan, Lib- 5.- i'Montrnouthshire ivas 05.1; Fitch, Un. j than, at first supposed. Following are Wexford, South: French. Nat. i corrected figures: Montmouth, South: Dartford: Rowlands, "Union, gain. Lib..gain, j" Lincolnshire, Brigg: Gelder, Lib. ance. until the arrival of tives. C l.J earned and the 152- Mitchpl! Ariiiwmjii, V.HL jjiu.. Aji'in-uiiiiiiiAc, Oi Vrtfiue abey- Somerset, South: Strachey, Lib. Union. Un. the Herbert. Un. York, Holderness: Arnold-. Lib. j cd. Monmouthshire. South: Herbert "Oh. I, am. Mrs Bewail, of London, Ont., ran into a stranger's house and dropped dead. Wilson. Un. unchanged., iberal, Forrestier-Walkei j Norfolk, Price. Lib. j Union, nain. Un. unchanged. Durham, Southeast: Havward. T ib Warwickshire, Nuneaton: Johnson, j Bnrden. T'n. unchanged. Cornwall, Truro: Zvlorgan, ib. Williams, Un. unchanged. Ayrshire, Nqi'th: Anderson, Lib. CampbeU, Un. unchanged. King's County: Roddy, Nat. jRyan, Ind. Nat. 62-Ji; unchanged. Gloucestershire, Forrest of Dean: I Sir .G., Dilke, Lib. Kydd, Un. unchanged. Glamorgan, South: Brace, Labor Un THE ;..HQBBALD'S Automobile and European Tour NOMINATION BLANK This nomination does not count as a vote and need be sent in but once for each can. didate. 7 I Nominate (Name of Candidate) -District No. Signed f Street or Town) Brew WURZ BURGER For Holidays Only LetKbridge Brewing and Malting Co. Limited Tke PHONE 554 7 room house on Arthur St. Duff Ad. modern, per mnoth Shack on .Asli- nieacl St., Duff Ad- dition 6 roomed moderil house on G-lvn St. (Name of Nominator) Address NO i "the' candidate v.'ishes to. compete for the Shetland Pany. sion name be low. Competing for Shetland Pony DISTRICT S DISTRICT 1-I-rcit-ryaeatIon .trip or "i DrSTRfCT 2-Flrst-Vicsti- trlpor DISTRICT 3-First-Vacation trip or -V-i DISTRICT Vacation trip or ?25. DIVISION A. At least -one of the .grand prizes "go to this Ciiy of Lethbridge lying north and1' south Thira ATe" to Street, ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 McBeth St CAMPBELL'AIRb, 1304 Sixth Ave. least two .of 'the prizes go to this 'district, Tenth St. and Second Ai-.- Argyle Ave............ ,25.350 AVC. CHRIS. GIBSON, Agnew and HAROLD .KERR, 444 Torrance District No. that.part of the city of Lethbridge lyin-. S0u4-and west of the aoovs boundary. At least two of the prizes go to this distri-t MISS AGNES DOWSETT, 907 Seventh Ave. South -KH10 MISS OLIVE DAVIES, 406 Fifth Ave. South .....49'S50 MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY. 302 Sixth Ave. A. South" MME. E. NORMAN, 622 Sixth Ave. South 'r At least one of the grand prizes go to this division. District No. all IOTTBS in Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia' over -population. At least two of- the prizes so 'fn this district- a" MISS MARY MACKENZIE, Macleod, Alta. MISS MAMIE A. FOURNIER, Pincher D. R. WARE, Medicine Hat. Alta. JOHN R. MacDONALB, Kosmer, B. C MiSS EDITH HAKKER, Cafdston, Alta. D. W. COULTER. Tafaer, Alta...... A. J. HUDSON, Mag rath, District No. all towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern tlsh Columbia, under population. At least two of the prizes eo to districr. .45 MISS FLORENCE S. VETTER, -Bellevue. Alia D. L. KI MB Lake. Aita. STANLEY M. WELCH. Barons. Aits..... MISS ELIZABETH AD-AMS. Stirling. Alta...... MiSS LILLiE PvlAY TIERNEY. Burdet't, Alta. MISS EMILY MILLER. Bow Alta MiSS KATHLEEN R. FARRELL, Coutts, ...1.120 ...4.720 .50.180 SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys ana girls under 15 years of age. NORA STAFFORD. 1513 Korn Gt. ADA MURRAY, 1104 Courtland St. JAWES NISSET. Stafford Village WINNIE qnft' .2050" _________________ It is said that a circular hs been issued placing the ban of 7 252? unchanged. {Arcnbisnop Langevin on several Can- the i r Furnished house o rooms on Grabb St.. for about three months, immediate possession, month; Skeith Tilley j Derbyshire. South? Raphael. Lib. i j Fleming, Un. unchanged. Carinarthc-nshirc, West: Hinds. Lib. Cromlyn, Un. unchanged. Durham. Northwest Atherly: Jones, Lib. Hardicker, Un. un- ichanged. i Norfolk, South- Soames, Lib. 740; Timmis, Un. uncharged. Limerick. East: Lundon, Nat. 3.- i5; v-onnor, jHu. un- jchanged. i Cheshire, Knutsford: Whitforth, Lib. Sykes, Un. S.13T? unchanged. J. Cathcart Wason was returned i unopposed for Orkney an-d Shetland todav. WINNIE SELLENS. 90S' Seventh "St.' A.' PEGGIE CRAIG. 1252 Fourth Ave. North AGNES _KERR, -4'7. Fourteenth St. SUPiNA, 334 RdV WAi.j_tR Grassy Lake, Alts. ALICi SPARKS. Raynicnd. Alta. RUSSELL Du'DLEY., 3 C JENNY Mc.N'.'JLTY, 41S St .............2.410 ...........19.550 You Are The Judge 30 Dayg Free Trial Don't be satlsfiecl vrith a steel razor the OHrhn-MasrnpH? the Carbo-edge-that; you need never hone. This razor Is not tempered in uneven fire heat, but by electro-carboniza- tion at degrees process similar to that by which dia- monds have been produced. SASKATCHEWAN LOAN London, Dec. province of Saskatchewan's loan is being under- written today ror a million pounds at rour per cent, a stock price of 101 and ten shillings being thrown in for in- terest. Thieves ent-ered the' home of Mr. and -Mrs. Calvin Shislcr. at Wellaml, chloroformed and stoic 550. Get 'a Carbo-Magnetlc on our 30 day Free .Trial need not buy the razor until you are thoroughly satisfied that- it is better tton any other you ever-tried. For Sale By RED CROSS DRUG AND BOOK CO. AND GEO. H. LING TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON .DAILY HERALD TEN VOTES For any regularly nominated candidate in the Daily Herald's Great Prize Contet (Name of (Address.) This package contains........ votes Void Aftsr December 18. J ;