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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBIDGK DAILY HERALD December 10.1910. H01L WIN iE BIG AUTO? The Coronation Tour or Looks Good to Many, While .the Lots in f; C. Lowes Fairmont Sub-division Attract Others-It's Easy to Win, a District Work for Best JU -Z. You have been readin.s. tin? KeraJd, Mr: Subscriber, for L-uke is not a very big town, although a good one, but the surrounding coun-i r try is well settled, and it is evident j Mr. KimDail has been branching ouc ja little Ail the other candidates nave the same after COWAN'S PEHFECTIOH COCOA (KAPLtUAf LABEL) Its richness and exquisite flavorgive an added delicious- ness to Homemade "sweets" and dainties. Be sure you get COWAN'S the cocoa with the Maple Leaf Label. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED, TORONTO. 133 some time Vou know it's u 4. in your own town or any other good paper, full ot" the latest town. news, 'both local and foreign, -f i Mrs. Humphries and Miss Paviesi You will not make a mistake -rimer in toe contest office Saturday) you help one of the candi- -r and discussed! dates wiui at least a yearly subscription You want the Herald, can't do without it, and tne candidate wants the free votes. Do" it. your subserip- tion: I the sudden strength shown in j outside districts, but were very gi "7 led about their own strength :iad i j Aird was all acriviT 171 urctay. Campbell is a quiet young TWO JURYMEN CREATE SENSATION At Inquest at Bellevue-Refuse to Investigate the Cause of the Explosion "2" T" "T" T With, hundreds and hundreds of copies to be exact) of the Her- aid to regular subscribers in the man, but he ed in every line of his features, an01 he will no doubt make a so-.id record as a vote getter.- Miss .Agnes Dows.ett kept up., her record Saturday, not letting the day! (Special to the j objected seriously to such a construe- Bcllevue Dec 19 The investiga- j tioa and T. 3t Burnett, another jury- ,ion into cause ol d GRAVITY SYSTEM WOULD COST LOT OF MONEY Gty Engineer Makes Further Investigation- Crossings on the Belly River Considered City Engineer Arnold on Satutdav The city engineer has written-to the completed the profile drawing oft the Fire Underwriters' Association with prelirninarv survey line run recently ja view of jetting some idea of tho. south-west from the city across tie.possible fire insurance rate reductions Blood Indian reservation, for the pur- j that may be-expected the iu- pose of giving some idea as to the'stallafcion of a gravity system, but feasibility of a gravity water system j so..far has received no reply, for the city of Lethbridgc, and is.able obstacle of all to the to out more information that he installation of a gravity system, says has'been able to hitherto. Any sys-jMr. Arnold, is that the initial cost may be installed, he says, will fall somewhat heavy upon the will necessitate a capital city at the present stage of its of S100.000 for every million gallons Figuring, at the delivery'per day. lixwl charges'will be per year: There a-rc many combinations. The -fixed charges on the present, varying in minor details, all which pumping plant and water mams is (have to be carefully considered, lie about making a total says, that several 'other lints mav QUO fixed charges to be borne by the ha'v-e to be run, but the present one city should a gravity system be in- forms a good basis with which to j stalled. However, he is preparing a start off. i-ak'e comparing the fixed charges, 'earnings, depreciation Q[ plant and so an additional pumping plant .to ec-t a head of three hun- >and' a 5ravifcJr cach ?ear Inr y years, basing the cal- plosion in the mine here on the flth to" be Vhen ".he was sworn in the rivrr lias to be overcome. jcuiauons on fte population that it began this morning'Vith represents-j he would have refused to take the re-" The line already run crosses the the thirty-one-men killed in the. cx-j plosion" he" had" known that tired and fiitv feet a fall of 650 feet j Inf n. ;culaiions on en cuv of Letbbridge. and outside without a i- one is-barred "from uns .-MISS Dows Bellv rivor fust -south of 'he citv i together, with S ,heCpiSe j Si, :ung tne a-y. Qf aU int.srostca parties pres-j quired oath, as he was prejudiced in few or thejcnt_- The first witness examined was the case. After some further argu- me one of James Bnrke. secretatv of the local nients of the counsel, the coroner ad- house, and a-ain on the o'Jier side of iiniormauon. tne engir.eu ithc -near captaiu Jack Sot-j to council early in the v VPH r in tne torn! If the water is brought in along >uu- ing a candidate for a year or regulars, "believing that a little .uaiou, who gave evidence relating to journed the sitting to 1.30 o'cloi 5t should be easy for hustling candi- -xork each day is better than wonting j the notice wired the provincial inspec T Great interest "if being ,takc-n i the Chnstinas rush. In .act, it, on -j voces around Bow island." is not too late to enter the contest: rf 4. T. i urctay atteraoon for the iirst time dur- Some sections of the Heralds field i, j ling the past week, naviug oeen i iave not been touched up at L k ..f L- n indoors ov a sligat, iHm part 01 tne Pass a I.. "rf-j o Jfrouse is all enerzy and wil candidate starting in now, irom Frank soon make'UT) for lost time; re of Coleman. wonlvi have estate of tlie'late' George F. Hagarty, anil that the cause of the explo-i Mr. Campbell is wiring the govern-! ible, would obviate the two Belly to foreclose, fa-mortgage for the did not come within their consid ment at Edmonton tor instructions as river crossings. It is impossible to pr0pertv described as part of lot 10 to what procedure-to adopt under the tell exactly y_et which, of the manv The which is Counsel Campbell for the govern- peculiar conditions arisin- out of possible combinations will an the end i ,1 ent. 0. M. Biggar for the Western tlie" peculiar stand taken by the two prove most feasible and cheapest. at the.corner ot and Mr. Macki-e, all jurymen. says the engineer, and ther will all jis by-George laylor and; 15 im- havc to be gone ..into most carefully.. I proved by and greenhouse. Taylor" as defendants -in i _ the action are Mary Ka-thJeenvJones, ror any other candidate getting any No special word'-from Jfrr Goulter.: of Taber, since he voted up to one of the "best fields in" the outside i territory The Baiiot Box Notes R. Ware, of -Medicine Hat. tele- the-old saying: news is good ?s: "No, I haven't done ranch yet. likely, holds good la regard to _ been too busy: but I'll have quite lfle 'WS. town to the east. no doubt-! a bunch in a few days when I can find. Miss Elizabeth'Adams made a nice ''the Ttnie to gather in the business." start last week. the support Some of the .-Miss ilatnie Fournier.. of .Pincher of the Stirling subscribers will i side termorv have not. .been .hearSj sajs she has.ail her time rapidly climb the vote ladder.- j Irrora for several but that does! antil. after Christmas, and .after Stanley .-M. Welch: .the "farthestj that cime the contest work will get north" candidate, has a sood field. not mean inactivity. Kim'baH's jump from a few! Harker. oi attention to take -good, care and his recorded-vote--should not be-j a criterion.of, the business j 1 jl'ew days. If- corning to the the fi-rst.position-in the! cording to the vote "in -the paner.! hgr home town. [taken a, lor. of. excitement i i among the other candidates well as satisfaction iiimball and his supporters j aid contest v i7 fan-ell has a host of I The candidates in the pony division of the contest are getting very much excited-- Russell Dudley of Fernie says Bouncer just must come to his town: Alice Sparks says the-; nony can't go any other place except Ray- mond, while Jennie McNulty. Peggie Craig. Winnie Kerr and all the otUer 'Lethbrldge candidates are just as determined that Bouncer will not leave Lethbridge.. Nov.-. what English Fish Grill and Chipped Potatoes In basement of old Candy Kitchen. Give, .us a call, nest to the. i the widow and executor late who. holds for ?300 on me property: Gray, hardware merchant, who holds a writ of execu- tion for against the property, and the Bank of Toronto, -which holds a writ of execution' George Taylor, the" defendant in the suit, who built and erected the Taylor greenhouses, which are the subject of lelt- -the city< about 'three nhe-j. action, J) Votes Will Be Added Again forTuesday's Issue of The Heralci. GK AND PHIZES FIRST 5-passsnger N'cLaughlin-Euick To-jring Csr. Eurcpesn tour, taking in Coronation of King Geo.-ae, or S500 in cash i 3400 Building Lot. i DISTRICT PRIZES DISTRICT trip or S75: i DISTRICT trip cr S75; j DISTRICT trip or j DISTRICT trip or 575; DIVISION A. i j At least one of the grantf prizes go to this division. j District No. that part of The City of Lethbridge lying north and; east of the following boundary: Third from First Street to Sixth south on Six-.h to Founb Ave., east on Fourth Ave. to tilev St.. south or: Eleventh to dry limits. At least two of the prizes go to tais district. i Mrs. A. E. HUMPHRIES, cor. Tenth St. snd S-cond A'. -.61.540 CAMPBELL AIRD, 1304 Sixth Ave...................47.030 MISS GRACE PROUSE. 59 Argyic Ave..........'... ERNEST TOWNSEND. 1817 Mcaeth i CHRiS. GIBSON. Agnew and Westminster .....'..........4.ISO HAROLD KERR, 444 Torrance Ave.......................1.760 i THE HERALD'S Automobile and European Tour Contest This nomination does -not count 35 a vote and need be sent in but once for esch can- didate. (.Xarae of Candidate) District No. (Street or Tovm) Signed District No. 2 All that. of of the above boundary. At least (.Name of Nominator) ity of lying sout.h and of the prizes go to this district. dress MISS OLIVE 405 Fifth Ave. MME. E. NORMAN, 622 Sixth Ave. South ...............59.850 MISS AGNES DOWSETT. S07 Seventh Ave. South -0110 tvflSS LIZZIE SHIRLEY. 302 Sixth Ave. A. South DIVISION 3. At least one of the grand prizes go to this division. District No. all towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Eri tish Columbia over population. At least two of the prizes go to this il district. i MISS EDITH HARKER. Cardston. D. W. COJLJfcTER, Taber. Aita..........................30.970 jf miSS MARY MACKENZIE. MsclcocJ. Aita................43.120 D. R. WARE. Medichie Hat. Aita........... ...........15.130 MISS MAMIE A. FOURN-ER. Pincher Creek. Aita. 10.160 JOHN R. MscDONALD, Hosmer, B. A, J.'HUDSON, Magrath. Aita...............................1C District No. all rowns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia, under population. At least two of the prizes go to this district ihe candidate" wishes to compete for ttie Shetland "be- low. Competing for Shetland'Pony Tvill the pony do? -'He will have toj wai: until January lie will, Knoty "u-hat's is his rnas-. ter or mistress. PARISIAN SAGE TIB A Large SKipment of CUTLERY just received WILL GROW MORE HAIR j Parisian Sage will stop falling hair j In two 'dandruff in tbe j and stop scalp itch at once.; It makes the hair soft, sUky ,-ahcl lux- uriant. AS A HAIR "DRESSING-.'. Parisian Sage is without a peer: nontains nothing chut can harm: the i i is not sticky, oily or greasy-.1, and prevents as well as cures- dis- j ;li rases -of the scalp. j j and children by the thous- ind use it daily as a dre-ssins and no home; is cynplete' vnthout it.' MONEY BACK IF .'T FAILS j -Druggists arid -sfores everywhere 1 guarantee Parisia.u Sage and will re- fund your" money it" it fails. -Ask drug- j Sjots Jackson and Cope what they think of -it. Tbcy seU il at per. large bottle can secure it by mail postpaid from Giroux turins Co., Fort Erie, Ont. See "that tbe Girl with tbe Auburn Hair .is on each package. Sold and guaranteed I bv Jackson Cope. D. L. KIMBALL, Grassy Lake, Aita MISS KATHLEEN R. FARRELL. Coutts: Aita MISS EMILY MILLER, Bow Island. Aita 3o.460 MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling. Aita 5390 STANLEY M. vVELCH, Barons. Aita MISS LILLiE MAY T1ERNEY, Burdett. Aita 3.430 SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys anc girls under 1-3 years of .age. ALICE SPARKS, Raymond, Aita RUSSELL DODLEY, Fernie. 6. C 24130 SELLENS. 908 Seventh Si. A. AGNES KERR, 417 Fourteenth St ADA MURRAY, 1104 Courtland St PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 Fourth Ave. North JENNY McNULTY, 418 Wilson St, JAMES NISSET, Stafford Village WALTER PA-MER, Grassy Lake, Aita 2.410 NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Horn, St. 2.280 GEORGE SUPiNA. Westminster TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON DAILY HERALD 1 FIVE VOTES For any regularly nominated candidate in the Dailv Herald's Great Prize Contet. (N'ame of District No. This package contains........Ttites After December 29 Carvers from to We have a good assortment of Henry Sogers popular make. Spoons." knives and forks in t bo celebrated Tviinvooil Par. Sugar Shells. .Berry Spoons, Cold Meat Forks. Butter Knives, (xravy Ladles. In the hand- some Louis A. hove lines are all triple plated and guaranteed You will save money by in- specting our stock before buying else- where. Small profits and quick re- turns. r r vz. GENERAL HARDWARE 524 Westminster Road North -LOCAL i J. M. P. P-. Cardston, was iri the city this morning. Dr. P. M- Campbell, who has been in Vancouver for several days, return td this evening. J. P. Freeman, of Nobles, says that the farmers in that section are now discing and harrowing. William R. Hull, oi-Calgary, is in the city today, looking over .the pro- gress on his third Avenue block. A, oc High were in. the city ycsttrcday for while: C.'-KV manager of the Pio- neer Lumber Co., has returned irom a trip to the East, including points in the United States. The Pioneer Luinber Co. has com- menced the erection oi two first-class yards, one at Maple Creek and the other at Irvine. K. A. Cunningham, vice-president of the Rogrrs-Cunningliam L umber j Co., will leave lor Regina this after- noon and will he absent until the end 6: tho week. F. W. Downer arrived at St. John, X. H., on -the Misterlari on Saturday j -.r.ornlns, on his way bivck [rom Eng- i land, and should arrive home on Fri- j !j day. He has- been away about six i weeks. Dr. D. A. Taylor left for the east Saturday night and will not be back until Fe.b. 1 While away he intends f, visiting the hospitals in New York, il On his return his offices will be in the i' Dominion Building, corner -ith Ave. i and filh Kr-. The new. court house is almosr- com- plck-d. The last of the scaffolding on the ironi side has been torn down and thr- grounfls arc being cleared up. All thai remains to bo done on the insidc is to lay the (loors and put in the i There be a meeting of the Tm- 'perial Veterans Brigade, Lethbridge. Company, on Wednesday evening. Some difficulty is being secured in se- curing a hall on .that evening, but the iplacVof meeting will be given out as soon as fixed upon. i T. M. Ilufi has returned from a four days' hun tins: trip in the Crow's Nest Pass. There were five in the party an-d they rcpori .small game plentiful. JThe party secured one. very fine buck, j A telegram was received in the city today irom Toronto telling ot the death of Hazel Benticy, the only child of Will Bentley, formerly of this She was fu'tet-n years of age, and was ill only Vwo flays. General Secretary Thomasson of the Y.M.C.A., this morning received a letT.cr from the secretary of the Y.M. C.A. at Manchester, England, asking if anything is known of the present 1 whereabouts oi Oswald Jones, form- jerly of Doncastcr, Eng., and who I came out to. Lethbridge. Mr. Jones, or anybody knowing anything of his I whereabouts, will confer a favor by same to Secretary, i Thoniasson. We Svoultl again call the attention of the people of Leth- bridge to the fact that we have the ilnest lineiis and EMBROIDERIES PILLOWSLIPS, TOWELS, LUNCH CLOTHS CUSHION COVERS AND DRESSER Xmas Is at hand, so better gift could you. gire your friend than something in the Linen Liriei You should see our Initialed handker- chiefs, and: broifterecl haoiker-- 'V "7- "We have things which are ly delicious- and cordially invite jro'ur inspection. r Remember :eepti-Hg -our- tlon to inspect does not mean that you must "buy. But we vou will he satsfied because men 815 3rd Ave. (Redpath St.) For Beauty Quedity and Prices ;