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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, December THE LETHBRTDGK DAILY HERALD Eage.U r Big Price Cuts oil all Clothing at the LETHBRIDGE CLOTHING STORE 113-7th Street South. Across the Park Lethbridge Socks Sc Per Pair President 40c pair Police Braces 2 5c a pair Come in Boy's the Bargains S are Fine Go to it men for fifteen days. Wei bought the stock lor you; You can't pur- chase elsewhere at our prices. SLATER SHOES SLASHED! -All dealers handling Slater Shoes are under contract not to cut the price stamped on -the soles of Slater Shoes, and.are liable' to a. heavy..fine, if they do and to lose the agency of the best shoe made- on-tne American continent. But we don't expect-to.handle these swell shoes, we expect that every man. in the district will rush out with a pair throw- ing us the money. Every pair: is cut to the limit, the only time an the history of Canada that these shoes have been slaughtered." SLATER '-WOBEOIG-MEjSf LISTEN .are "after the men that wear the and the, heavy sos, tie dinner pail." You'who are economically inclined, "come, down and see. the: bargains that are decidedly for you. We Anticipate a Week at This Store HELLO, PEOPLE! 30 Men's Suits, all sizes, regular for 25 .'pak otfd Pants; reg, 00, for 1 5 Men's Overcoats, reg. J 2 75 8.50 Suits, reduced, 00 Suits for 3.50 Tlie buying is on in earnest The men are on to the values here the proprietor, is "wise. -to the fact" that he must 'sell, even at a loss. The Evelv 'Sales Co. 'are accessories after the .ifact. Everybody is surprised at the stock carried by The Lethbridge Clothing.Store. ..'.Prices on. all the stock that ever man andbov will be fhank- Underwear stocks, shoe stocks, Trunks and Valises, Blankets, Comforters and Bedding'. THE VERY LOWEST PRICES! That's the more could 310 1 be said if -vve wrote pages. The are open. Come! Come early! Heed our suggestions and you'l-l 15 Days and the Sadowski Stock WiH be Sold by the Evely Sales Co. Men's Suits at Less Than Cost THE STOCK WILL MELT AWAY AT INVOICE PRICES. All tailors- and clothiers from coast to coast are forced ro admit that the 20th Century Brand of Tailor-Made Clothing is the King-pin Clothing. Even the linings and buttons shine forth their pre-emin- ence, and over 100 of these magnificent suits are being hammered below the cost ensure their being sold. We -will just guote one price, all others are sim- ilar. ?20.00 Fine 20th' Century SUft. .85 Conie one! Come all! Great Bargains! your share in tiie distribution of Evely Sales Co. IN CHARGE TJS The Evely Salse Co. We, Ao things for you. High prices and The Evely' Sales Co.'cannot Hve in one store. We want -'you >to help us in fulfilling our-contract ,to Mr.. crowd- Ing his Store until everything is completely cleaned ,np. POUCENEWS Old Mounted Policeman i in Court-An Alleged "Tin Horn" At the polic? court this morning a further remand uatil Saturday was granted ia the case .of John Wurwieck the Finlander arrested on Sunday night by a C.P.R, constable on the charge breaking the seals ot cars. The reason for the remand was that the officer who made the arrest has been called out of town. Ohirf Gillespic represented -the C.P.R. The fellow has been loafing around the i my for a month or more, -with little I to eat and nowhere to go, and a few I days at the barracks will do him no harm. When the name William Findler was called at the police -court ihis morning a little old man marched with figure erect into the dock, clap- ped his heels together and stood at attention. He excited the court's cur Losity. "Who is he of the i The latter replied that Find- ley was an old '74' mounted police- man1; he was a bard-working man when out in the country, but -whenever he came to town usually went OB a i drunk. The court advised Findley not to let the offence occur again. Find- ley promised, he wouldn't and ilie case was dismissed. J.'C.Wilson whom the police allege ,is a tin-horn, gambler by -profession j appeared in police court today, having "been arrested; by I -Sergeant on the charge ui ire j. quanting .disorderly houses, lie J ed guilty and was fined and i or ten days. He was also sdvised that iu -would he good policy 02 his part to "pull his.freight.'' I George Roy pleaded guilty in police court this morning to the charge or (assaulting-James McWhirter. The i two men had a scrap. yester'lay ever j money.'A fine of and costs -was assessed against the defendant. i Pleading guiltr to driving acrcss (boulevards- Gordon Ross, who ap- Ipeared at the police court this ling on information laid by Senator De Veber, was left off with a eau- j tion. During the absence Sergt. Lamb, of the city police, in the east, Const. "John is taking his shift as acting-sergeant. Chief, Gillespie_ this morning receiv- ed a, telegram from Justice of the Peace.' O'Brien, of Raymond, asking him. to release the Wey, of the Sugar Town, who for the last three days has been arrested and released and arrested again at the re- quest of the Raymond police. NEWS FROM 4-9 winter has sot iu in dead earn- esc, H.I already we have had a full month ot snov.- and frost. This, taow- ever, a good and encouraging sign, as it bewpeaKs moisture for another year. Julius WDilheim, the pioneer of 4-9, naa returned to Ms homestead on section 14- Mr. Whiihelm Chinks tnere Is no'place HKe the homestead jto spend Christinas. The Liberal Association Had a very large attendance a: their meeting on me .9th inst., and dealt with quite a large stieet of business. Hitort: is out again on the home- stead, coming out this; time in 'a cut- severai nomesteaders are killing tneir pigs, believing it cheaper "and more economical than buying grain at market prices to feed them, and then turning round and .paying .high prices lor bacon. r This district has. succeeded in get- ting seed grain applications, and are now asking lor a local improvement district. The storic visited the home of L. HOJHnswortB, with 'a'fine son on the evening of the 7th. Both mother and baby are doing well. Justice Sergeant now represents anotner insurance- company, namely tne Western Canada Fire and -Hail In- surance. Uharies Kirth is again back-on the homestead, and in spite of the snow and frost, is making the fencing go some. There are still a "few around this district trying to. locate homesteads. Cattle and horses are still ranging out, and up to the present appear to have taXen no harm. Rev. Nash intends preaching a .New year's sermon at the ihome of Mrs. Von on New Year's Day. TWO NIGHTS Starting MONDAY, Dec. 26; Mr. W. L. Stewart- presents Miss Leah Stoddart and her Clever Company in Stephens 4. Lin ton's Merry Musical Mixup 4My Wife's Family' CSean Comedy Clever Comedians An evening of v- MUSIC AND- FUN FJRE ATTILSONBURG Dec. in IVIa- livery 'burned nine norees. The loss is insurance. STANDING OF. CANDIDATES __ _ Voles E3s Added Again for Thursday's Issue of The Herald GRAND PBIZES FIRST 5-passenger McLaughlin-Buick Touring Car, SECOND European tour, taking in Coronation of King George, or in Building Lot. DISTRICT PRIZES THE CONTEST LEADERSHIP TAKEN FROM THE COUNTRY DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip or DIVISION A. ms At least one of thp grantf prizes go to this division. District No. that part of the City of Lethbridge lying north and east of the following boundary: Third Ave., from First Street to Sisth Street, south, on Sixth to Fourth Are., east on Fourth. Are. to Eleventh St., south on Eleventh to city limits. At least two of the prizes go to this district; Mrs. A. E. HUMPHRIES, cor. Tenth St. and Second Ax CAMPBELL A1RD, 1304- MISS GRACE PROUSE, 59 Ave. ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 McBeth St..................10r960 CHRIS. GIBSON, Agnew and Westminster HAROLD KERR, 444 Tcrrance Ave. District No. that part of the city of Letnbridge lying south and rreet of the above boundary. At least two of the prizes -go to this district MISS OLIVE DAVIES, 406 Fifth Ave. i MME. E. NORMAN, 622 Sixth Ave. South MISS AGNES QOWSETT, 907 Seventh Ave. South MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY, 302 Sixth Ave. A. South DIVISION 8, At least one of the grand prizes go to this division. District No. all towns ,in Southern Alberta--and Eastern. Brl- liBh. Columbia over population. At least two of the prizes go to this district MISS EDITH KARKER, Cardston, Alta.......V..T..V.....63280 D. W. COULTER Taber, MISS MARY MACKENZIE, Macleod, D. R. WARE, Hai, Aita.........................15.-130 MISS MAMIE A. FOURNIER, PIncher Creek, JOHN R. MacDONALD, Hosmer, B. A. J. HUDSON, Magrath, MISS ELIZABETH McDONALD, Frank. District No. an towns In Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia, under population. At least two of the prizes go to this district D. L. KIMBALL, Grassy Lake, MISS KATHLEEN R. FARRELL, Coutts, MISS EMILY MILLER, Bow Island, MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, STANLEY M. WELCH, Barons, MISS LELLIE MAY TIERNEY, Burdett, Alta.............3r580 SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys ana girls under 15 years of age. ALICE SPARKS, Raymond, RUSSELL DUDLEY. Fernie, B. WINNIE SELLENS, Seventh St. AGNES KERR, 417 Fourteenth St.......................11430 ADA MURftAY. 1104 Courtland PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 Fourth Ave. North ................11.905 JENNY McNULTY, 418 Wilson St JAMES N'.SBET. Stafford Village WALTER Grassy Lake, NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Horn GEORGE SUP1NA, 334 Westminster VOTE SOARING The vote is going up, up! The leadership in the contest is of great value to_ a candir date. It helps 10 get 'business your friend. If you have not .been in first po- sition since tiie ed up. send in a freavy and you will De surprised at results. j simply in the position of ling to treat all contestants impartlal- ly, with special favors to none. So far no criticism ot tne contest has been offered, an interested being ap- parently satisfied vrith. general terms and conditions. Tne prizes ottered are rery valu- able, and tne Hefaki management is pleased -witn the progress of the con- test at this stage. Compared with last year, tne pioneer contest in tnis vicinity, the published rote is much nigner. Tnis feature is to expect- ed, for -the- prizes represent double tne of last year. The McLaugWln-Buick auto represents nearly the value- of all the prizes in tne -Herald's first 'voting contest.' Be- sides tne auto, otner prizes represent WOO in casn, -tne ?400' building lot, as vreii as tne aneilana pony and out- nt, -sraicn costs about Tnis great array of" prizes will be custriDUted. among "the -winners. 'Will i_ some candidates turn in a large vol- your name be among tae energetic? will.not; unless you -work for Votes. ilcDonald, of Frank, Mrs. Humphries is First Today and Miss Kathlene Farrell of Coutts, a Close Second- No Candidate Seems to .be-Able to Hold First Place More Than One Day-The Boys and Girls Making Great Fight for Bouncer >r v "r1 i "controls 'Ms or Her voting, and if any {contestant makes a gain toe rotes j nave, been- deposited in the ballot box tne last published schedule. GRASSY LAKE GETS THE DRAW Canaiiiates hare round that a position in. the published score is great Help in getting the support of mends, and for that reason many nave taften much larger plunges in tne vote market. Every candidate of business and their vote re- [mains tbe same- "What becomes of. jtne voting you ask. i Alta., has entered- the contest as a can- j wny, added to their of course. didate from tfie Pass territory. At the it is very true rhat some contestants i very start sne Has 'a goodly number x-ote the cerurirates as fast as issued I of votes to fter credit, indicates .their more than anything Miss ei-s'play tne silent game. The con-j McDonald intends to make the most test manager has nothing whatever! of the opportunity. The Pass terri- jto 'do witn the amount of votes plac-. tory is good for splendid support, ed to the credii of any candidate. Buster's Happy suggestion .may be made cccasioufciiy. j win the -boys and girls be at but it is preferred that candidatesiaappy. The Duggy arrived this morn-j v.-nen sending in a report state how ,nsf c0mpleting ttie pony oulfH. the subscriber. D. Jilmball, the "candidate. Another Herald dollar bill has found a lucKy Mr. E. U. Ry- lands, the manager of the Hudson's Bay stores, drd the mysterious this morning when tne contest manager put it up to !hlm to draw the lucky number from the bunch of subscribers to the Herald who had paid in their money since the last draw. A. new subscrib- er from Grassy Late, E. Wattam, who had been successfully canvassed by tnat hustling candidate, D. L. Kimball, irorn the same town, had his name tne ticket which Mr. Rylands drew} trom" the 'hat. "He'll be almost as I ticfcied as ne would 'be with a Hud-1 son's Bay Christmas said -Mr. Kyianas when the result was j Known. "For making people happy! with good things at Christmas the! -Herald and the Hudson's Bay Co. are a pair, Both give full value for money received and then a little thrown in. This is alright." Herald draws a, fea- ture of the contest and' are eagerly awaited .by subECii'jevs a.nd candidates i jood sending in a report state how many votes to place in" the paper and now many to whether toi vote them all or send them back for reserve.. The contest TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIP TIONS AND THE PRICE OF I THE HERALD j Daily By Carrier By Mail New Old 16 Months 2.00 1200 VOTING COUPON DAILY HERALD FIVE VOTES For any regular] v nominated candidate in the O Daily Herald's Great Prize Comtek (Name of District Xo. (Address.) This package contains........votes Void After December 29 1500J 4500 7500 13500 1 Year ___ 4.00 3.00 .3000 2 Years 8.00 9000 3 Years 12.00 9-00 15000 5 Years 20.00 15.00 27000 Weekly t1 Year 1500 750 i 2 Years 3.00 3500 "1750 j 3 Years 5000 2500 5 Years 7.50 10000 5000 Any payment mafle to a candidate by a person now taking the Herald I extends the subscription from tie date jto which the subscriber has paid. Old j subscribers, ajfcwell as by paying (arrears -paying in advance, or jby paying both in advance and ar- rears, may help the candidate. iDr. de Van's Female Pills A reliable French fails. These pills are exceedingly po-crfwl in rcjfulaJinjf generative portion of the female syttem. all cheap imitations. Dr. do ara nold at j 88 a box, or three lorJIO. Mailed to any address. j Scroll Dmgr Co., St. CwtharlAM, THE HERALD'S Automobile and European Tour Contest NOMINATION Tnis nomination does not count as a vote and need be sent in but once for each can- didate. t 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 tor Shetland Pony Dr. Herbert Lake DENTAL SPECIALIST Bryan Block Preservation of tke Natural Teeth. Alveolar sad Inlay Systems of Bridgewoxk Regulation of Crooked or Irregular Teeth Crowns. Splints, Artificial Plates Office Hours 9 to 6 Telephone 1095 -L Never Sour Phone 1027 GILMOKE THE BAKER J> English Fish and Chipped Potatoes In basement of old Candy Give us a call, next to the Eastern Townships Bank. ;