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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Your neighbor has had a 50-cent bottle of Psychine nounced Si-keen) for which we paid his druggist Send us this coupon filled in to-day and obtain your bottle from your druggist Saturday. December 17, is whicH we buy irom the druggist and ins .a .rear- give Unprecedented interest is beta? taken "S" is in Psychine. Tne Bowing diseases: Is doing some very remark- able things, making some very extra- ordinary -cures. JN'or. 'ni'ore than We anticipated how- ever. With our third of a century's ex- perience with Psychine. With our .lenoTFledge of tie hundreds of thousands it -has' already in We "have "the most absolute COSE- denc'e in ..what it .can and. will do. La Grippe .Bronchitis Sore Thros.6 Bronchial Coughs Weak Weak Voice Anu w do thai to show our -entire confidence in this wonderful tica. A confidence that has been basfd on our thirty years1 experience with this splendid preparation, with a full knowledge of the hundreds of thou- sands of cures it has Early Decline Catarrhal Affections Catarrh of Stomach Xight Sweats Obstinate Coughs Laryngitis and .Dyspepsia -Aftereffects of Pleurisy, Pneumonia, and La'Gnppe. Indigestion Poor Appetite Chills and Fever- and s Trouble-; 'Slice scientists kno-w no-w all about the jrhita corpuscles, of, ice blood, or ihe phagocytes, the scavengers -svhich devottr every germ of disease- that enters tie body. Since they aiso lell us "thai certain and build' up these corpuscles. Now. "-we don't ask ryou to take bur rd for the tremendously beneficial FIJI.-out tne. coupon it to ns aud-we'll give.'your druggist an order (for which him tne regular retail price) for a 50-ceni bottle of PsycMae to be given you-free of cost. We Tsrili undoubtedly buy and dis- tribute, ia this manner, hundreds si thousands of these 50-cent bottles of Psychine. COUPON No... 60 To the Dr. T. A. SLOCUM. Ltd. 193-195 Spadina Avr, Toronto I accept your offer to tryaSOc. bottle of Psychine {pronounced Si-keen) ac roar expense. I have not had a 50c. of iPsychine under this plan. Jvuidiy advise oiy druggist to deliver tins botile to me. Sireec and X Mr Dr Street and .Koziiber Tkk cocpOR is not good for a. 50c.borile o, Psychine if presented to ihedmgjjisc "Hlt v.-e wiU then bur oCc. bottle of Psvchine from vou'r and direcc him to deliver'ic ro you. This oifer may be withdrawn any tune -without aotsce. Send coupon to-day, the and ht-rj vote shows she is getting business. Mrs. A. E. Humphries is right on tUe heels of the leaders, having pass ed the tiO.OOO mart. In fact, five of the candidates are so close in the voting that the least movement would change the one standing first. Among the boys and girls, Minnie SeJJens made the greatest gain, and now stands third in the list. Alice Sparks, of Raymond, barely passed Russell Dudley, who lead Thursday, The other boys and girls will have "hump up" if they want to keep in the procession. The buggy for Bouncer should be here any day now. and i a time the "kiddies" will have holding the "ribbons" over the pony Everv :ood boy and girl (and the candidates j j are all good) will be invited by. turns j I to take a. drive. j The name Bouncer, was given to the j pony when he was a wee .little colt.' He is a pure-blooded Shetland and may be registered as such. Tomorrow another subscriber will get a bilL DIVISION B CANDIDATES 1 IN THE LIMELIGHT TODAY A Strack the Qutside'Distrid feter- GettiDg in Good Work Down Around; "Grassy Lake, Taber and Cardston Candidates, ask yourself ;ithis question this evening until the. close of the contest: "Did I 2 put forth my best efforts to Set votes "the .past twenty-four; If answer "yes" mafee up for lost time the nesrr, working: day. Today's voting is very heavy in! I-'spots." and the are .mostly in the outside district -D. L. Kimball is ine particular bright j the theatrical the con- j today, voting -within a fraction "50.000. Mr. IvirabalL is certainly our after-ine one of the other good prises. A story-lias1 reached contesr. (headquarters that he uses "original j methods-to get subscriptions! Ete is j accused of Tanning one man a foot race and' winning'the sprint (and se- curing the subscription) by an eyelash -Everything is fail- in love and war contesrs. D. W. Coulter, visited the contest office Thursday and1 left voting certificates for today's score. That's all the contest man knows about Mr: Coulter's progress, but so far he has piled good, sound votes.; is a good showing at this stage of the contest. Miss Edith Karker, of Cardston, ajsovoted ..l.SOO. .ihis morning, and. -stands in second nositioa among all! ?tQe candidates. The south country! subscribers for the Herald seem to Snow how "to support- their chosen' contestant. -llms. E. Korman was all smiles that she received much' encouragement on account of 'heading-the contest Thursday. It does pay to vote up. -Miss Olive Davies has set fast pace, and today .stands-'third j among all -the 'candidates, -and- less I 200 below Miss Harker. Miss is remising auto she I Never Sour Phoiie 1027 GILMORE THE RAKER THE HEEALirs Automobile and Europeau Tour Contest NOMINATION BLANK i his nomination does not count as a vote and'1 sent in but once for each can- didate. I Nominate (Name of Candidate) District No. (Street .or Town) Signed................... (Name of Nominator) Address the candidate wishes to compete for the Shetland Pany, sign name be- low. Competing for Shetland Pony Votes Wili Be Added Again for Thursday's Issue of Tht GBAND PRIZES McLaughlin-Buick Touring Car. TLj tour' in Coronation of King George, or in Building Lot. DISTRICT PRIZES trip or trip or t-Va'atioM trip or Vacation trip or DIVISION A. At least one of the granoT prizes go to division. that parl of tbe City of Lethbridge lying north and Third Are., from First Street to SixtH Street, r nh Ave" oast Ave. -to Kleventh St., south OB to city Hams. At least two of the go to tfate district. easr A th, of the aoove the city of Abridge lying south ind At least two or the prisei go to this district MISS AGNES DOWSETT, 907 Seventh Ave. South MISS OLIVE DAVIES, 406 Fifth Ave. South .MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY, 302 Sixth Ave. A- MME. E. NORMAN, 622 Sixth South DIVISION B. i RIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON HERLD For any r eg alaiiynominated candidate in the Daily Herald's Great.Prize Gontet. (Name of District No. This package contains votes Void After December .At least one of ths grand prizes go to this division. District. No. Includes all towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish -Columbia over 1.000 population. At least nvo of the prizes -go to' thia district. MISS MARY MACKENZIE. Macleod, Aita- 43120 MISS MAMIE- A. FOURN1ER, Pincher Creek, Alta. D. R. WARE, Medicine Hat. 15130 JOHN R. MacDONALD. Hosmer. B. C. MISS EDITH HANKER, Cardston. Alta. W. COULTER, Taber, Alta. A. J. HUDSON, Magrath, Alta. _____ 10 District No; all. towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern BrI- tish Columbia, under population. At least two of the prizes so to this district i 491Q .MISS FLORENCE S. VETTER, Believue. AJta. D. L. KIM BALL, Grassy Lake, STANLEY M. WELCH. Barons, Alta. V. WISS ELIZABETH .ADAMS, Stirling, Alta. MISS LILLiE MAY TIERNEY. Burdett, Aita. 3480 .MISS EMILY MILLER, Bow Island, Aita. 30460" MISS KATHLEEN R. FARRELL, Coutts, SHETLAND PONY A separate contest for boys ana girls under "15 years Of age_ NORA STAFFORD. 1619 Horn. St..... ADA MURRAY, 1104 Courtland St. JAMES.NISBET. Stafford Village WINNIE SELLENS. 90S Seventh St. A. PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 Fourth Ave. North AGNES.KERR, 417 Fourteenth St. .GEORGE 334 Westminster Rd WALTER PA _MER; Grassy Lake, Alta. ALICE SPARKS, Raymond. Alta. RUSSELL Dc'DLEY. Fernie, B. C. JENNY Mc'NULTY. 418 Wilson St. .........2.280 ____24.840 ___24190 UNTIL JANUARY 2nd, CANDIDATES WILL RECEIVE A (In addition to the regular schedule of Votes) Jf THIS CLU! Weeklies and Six Months Dailies also count-See "Conditions" below IRENDS ON MONDAY JANUARY 2nd at 12p.m. -very Contestant in The Prize Contest who secures FIVE YEARLY SUBSCRIPTIONS NEW OR OLD (yearly weeklies and the daily for 6 months also included, as stated below) for THE DAILY HER- ALD will be entitled to the Special Certificate enumer- ated above. These Extra Votes are given in ADDITION to the regular schedule. Ail subscriptions turned in from the beginning of contest win be included in these groups. Credit will be given for each year or 6 months' sub- for the Daily and yearly subscriptions for the 6 months' subscriptions for the Daily counting as one year, and two yearly subscriptions for the Weekly counting as one year for the Daily Sub- scnptiofis for less than 6 months for the Daily wii- not be included or computed. No extra votes given for a part of a club. It is not necessary to have the regular certificates published in order to get the benefit of the Club offer. Nothing is gained by HOLDING SACK subscrip- tions, and it is not necessary to send in a full club at one time. A careful record will be kept and when the subscriptions turned in amounts to the equivalent to FIVE "YEARS FOR THE DAILY the Special Ballot for lo.OOO Votes will be issued at once, and if there is a sur- plus it will apply on the next group. While the yearly subscriptions for the Daily Herald are taken as a basis of computation, EVERY SUB- SCRIP i ION for .6 months or longer for the Daily or a year for the Weekly will be included in the groups, pro- viding the tctal amounts to Five Years for the Daiiy and is turned in at the Contest Department before midnight on January 2, 191-1. Candidates in the territory outside of Lethbridge will be allowed to mail subscriptions uo to midnight on January 2, and these subscriptions wil'l be included in their clubs, thus assuring all contestants an equal chance. Get- as many of these clubs as you can. That's the way to win. This Offer You Lose Votes if You Hesitat< ed, Nor As Offer Made January 23rd. 1911 ;