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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AQE EIGHT Till'', LKTUHWnC.K DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, DI5CEMBKK I01.U' SPECIAL CASH OFFER CLOSES TONIGHT 9 P.E All .subscription money votes will be given on sec- ond payments as set forth elsewhere on this page. All candidates will be allowed to j work up to the last minute of the of- j fer and then mail their results..---The i judges will make the final count of votes on the Thursday night following the close of the contest. Full details of the time and place will he an --The Herald "when they have been decided upon. The Judge's Final be public and can didatefe friends may attend it they wish. End of Every Minute Count Jusi a.few more days and you will know whether :it will tie you or some- j one else-wjio will be tlie. proud pos- sessor of %e seven-passenger Stude- liaker, or the Chevrolet, or due of .-the other prizes. Why not make a spe- cial effort during these -last two weeks and.see how many" votes yo.u can gather together? No matter how many votes you have, or how self-con- may be of reserve vote force, remember that it will be far better to have too many v_otes when the judges make the final count than to fall a few thousand "snort. Over-confidence has lost many a-race. the Contest closed today, according to the votes polled1 for the candidates by 9 o'clock this morning, the prizes would be awarded as follows: 1st Seven Passenger Htudebaker. Miss Fern Workman, Macleod, 2nd Chevrolet. Mrs.. P. A. Smith, Granum, 09S.500 votes 3rd Willis Piano. Mrs. B. Hogenson, Stirling. Alta. votes 4th The Cabinet of Wallace Silver 51133 Olive Smith, Barons, Altn S45.700 votes 5th The Coliuiibia Graiiliopluine. JMsB Kate Matkin. Cardston, -Alia. votes Tlie fplOtf Cabinet o liogers' Hilvei? Miss Golda Backus, Taber. .votes 7th The Fumed Oak Dining Roo'in Set. Mrs. Thompson, Raymond, Ata 8th The Cabinet of'Kogcrs' Silver Miss. Bessie Faith, Alta votes 9th The Cabinet of Rogers' Silver Mr. E. Fia, Stattordvile, -Alta votes 1.0th The Handy Kitchen Cabinet Mrs. John Bulimaii, Warnbr, Alta votes. llth The Cabinet of Conununity Silver. Miss Bessie Thomas, Alta. votes 12th of Coinniunity Silver. Irene Benoit, NobJefoni, Alia. The Contest dpes'not close 'until December 23rd at 9 p.m. and there nay be many changes in the standings of candidates before that time. Tlie First Prize in the Contest is a 7-Passenger Stude- baker Touring Car 1017 fully equipped. Electrically lighted and started. Cash value or The Horald will sive the winning candidate Cash, In the event they prefer cash to an automobile. Studebaker purchased from aud on exhibition at The Studebaksr Garage 322 Oth Street South, Lethlmdge. _ The Sevenlh Prize in the Contest is a Fumed Oak Dining Room Set Consisting of one 6 it. round pedestal table, one arm chair and five dining chairs and sne buffet. Purchased from and on exhibition at Bawden Bros The above is not an exact reproduction. and prospective candidates with th'J Biime object in view, bo fiect and dropped.from the Contest, A-candidate is'not required to be a regular subscriber or to Tho Herald to enter tho competition. Persons who enter and take: part in Contest, themselves to abide by __ the-.foregoing 'rules. drglinizations cannot enter and com- pete for the prizes, i i HOW TO GET VOTES As a- possible example, of what may be .--.accomplished advantages of the? opportunities '.offered -under liberal t offering now in vogue, we give the following: i Three i-year subscriptions at ?4.UO eacli (new) One 5-year subscription at Sis extensions from six new paid Nov. Uth (2ud payment subscriptions at each -Three 4-year extensions from yearly subscriptions paid No' 14th 2nd payment subscriptions) At One 2-year subscnption (new) at Two :j-year extensions from 2-y early subscriptions paid 31st, (2nd payment subscriptions') at ?1 each One 3-year subscriptions (new) at by faking riple vote .Votes S4.000 Total your supreme effort during these last two weejre.of the Contest. Yon be surprised to-soe how rapidly the triple votes wiIF-count up. All subscriptions you turn in by 9 p.m. Saturday of this toward the special Cash Prize. 1Q1H PRIZE Tile caiullflate -having tlie tenth highest iii'nn- ber 'of votes': niglit, will be given a useful" Kitchen Cabinet 'piii'- cbascd from- and on ex- hibition at Bawden I" Bros. Ida IN CASH s WILL BE GIVEN TO THE CANDIDATE WHO TUR.NS IN.THE MOST.MONEY FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS THIS WEEK AND LAST WEEK. THE is A SPECIAL PRIZE AND THE WINNER WILL NOT BE DISQUALIFIED FROM WINNING ONE OF THE REGULAR PRIZES AT THE CLOgE. OF THE CONTEST. WINNER OF TH.E WILL BE ANNOUNCED DECEMBER 21st. PRIZE CONTEST DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE HlRALDv. ems facing the COH1" UkeH-to face it after the ;