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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT T1IK URTHIMUDGK DAILY IIKIULIV OKCEMlM'iK 20, ____ L Fastly Flying Days of Herald's Big Prize Contest J Iliiit the miK-ouio in All lii.llralloiin a rtlrliHinl finish. Jlig arc .ttjcctol at Iho v Secure Every Possible Subscription by Midnight Saturday List of Candidates and Standings The list below are the canditlntcp enrolled iu the Heralrt> test and the number ot votes that have beeu cast iu the Bill, each up to 3 o'clock this morning. Miss Vera A. Ainlay, Lomond, Alta...................... Miss Irene Bcnoit, Noblcford. Alta...................'....... Mr. C. E. Beynor, Magrath, Alta............................ Miss R, Breckcnridge, Pincher Creek, Alta.................... Mr. E. Fia, Staffordville, Alta.............................. Tpr. W. P. Foley, Frank, Alta. (Returned Soldier) Mr. Alex. Gwillim, Albion Ridge, Alta..................... Miss Kate Matkin, Cardston, Mrs. N. M. Piton, 205 Fifth Avc. S., Mr. Finlay E. Ross, 519 Sixth St., Miss Olive Smith, Barons, Alta.............................. Mrs Lou Thompson, Box K., Raymond, Alta.................. .Miss Fern Workman, Box 78, Macleod, Alta. Miss Bessie Thomas, Brant, Miss Golda Backus, Taber, Mr. J. J. Bellingulre, Taber, Alta.............................. Miss Clara Diemert, Champion. Alta........................v Miss Mabel Tufteland, Taber, Alta.......................... Mrs. John Bullman, Miss Jane Maxwell, Burdctt, Mr. Ralph K. Cameron, Natal, B. C.......................... Mr. Gerald Sinclair, Milk River, Alta....................... Mrs. Teddy Winchcombe, Winnifred, Alta................. Mrs. M. P. Hardman, Elko, B. C. Miss 'Clara Cody, Fernie. B. Miss Burden, M'ss Anr.a Matheson, Grassy Lake, Miss Camilla Chipman, Magrath, Mrs. Helen Hunter. Coalhurst, Alta........................... Miss Lela Lorensbury, High River. Alta.................... Miss Jessie 6. Shssd, Pincher Creek, Alta..................... Miss Stella L. Agar, Sow Island, Alta....................... Miss Bessie Hillis, Foremost, Alta......................... Mrs. E. B. Holbroqk, Travers, Alta........................ Mr. E. O. Merriman, Retlaw, Miss Lillian Harden, Etzikom, Alta. Mrs. E. W. Durning, Claresholm, Alta....................... Mr.'A. J.Malcolm McPheters, Gin. Del., Lethbridge.......... Mr. r.-- Sir.-ingham, Coleman, Alta. Miss B. A. Lyons, Nanton, Alta. Miss Edna Thompson, Box 24, Wardner, B. C. Miss Louise Carmangay, Alta Miss Delia Drummond, Cranjrook, B. C. Mr J Dugan 1601 3rd Ave- Vancouver B C Mrs. P. "A; Smith, .Granum, Alta. Mrs B Hogen on Stirling Alta Carte Commercaal Cafe Lethbridse Vita Mrs Cora Dougla Nantan Alta .TO VOTES ARE COUNTED BURRdClGHS'-ADOING MACHINE. Prize Con- ,ot Box for 4S7.SOO ____ J 346j750 91.300 .V ON A At midnfcht Saturday, Dec. 23rd, The Herald's big automobile contest will come to a close. and all the votes mill subscriptions Held by the candi- must be sent in to be cast in Ac llallot liox for the judges fimil count of votes. FINAL COUNT WILL BE MADE IN PUBLIC The judges will make the final court of votes on the night of Thurs- day. December 2Sth. at the Contest Office. Hull Block, beginning at S p.m. The riunl count will be made public and all candidates and their Ifrieuds are invited. Candidates who are unable to at- tend mny rest assured lhat their in- tprssts -vvill be just as carefully look- ed after they were present. CLOSING RULES OF CONTEST The closing rules of the contest: will appear in tomorrow's issue. Be sure to read the rules carefully. It is to your interest to ilo so. VOTE SCHEDULE FOR CLOSING WEEK The vote schedule for the last, week of the Contest is the same as last week's. It is as follows: The triple Schedule Price Six months 52.00 One year Two years Three years 12.00 Four years lii.OO Five years .20.00 3011.000 Extra votes for uew business trip- led also. Triple votes will be given on sec- ond payments as set.torth elsewhere 'on this Totes il.OnO "5.000 The Second Prize In The Contest k a 5--Passenger Chevrolet Touring-Car Questions Answered Q. Will out of tov.-u candidates be allowed to worlv up to the last minute of the contest with city candidates, or musi they begin sending in Their results the middle of this week so they win be in the Contest Office when the contest closes? A. All candidates whether they live out.of town; or in Lethbridge, will be allowed to work up to the last minute of-'Sie contest. Watch for the closing .rules.which ,will appear in issue. ThVy- will 'give information which will; cover this ciiiestion. QV I have friends in other towns who would like 10- assist' me in secur- ing subscriptions. Can they do A.They can, provided you do not J them for' their assistance. See j rules ot-.-.Coiuest 'in back issues of i The Herald. I am unahle to so on with the Boniest'.- sickness. Can transfer" my votes to a friend who i.s iwSrking for oue of the prizes'1 A. Votes cannot be transferred to inyone who is already a candidate. Thev raav b'e itr.insferred new candidate will apt it, i -Mibsti tute in join plice See rules con test in back issues of the Herald Q Cin T some ol mj fiiend a subscription ti> Heiald fo T Christmas present A. You can if you wish to. Ii'should make a very good present Q. Who will act as judges at the final count? Can I suggest some one7 A. -The Judges will be chosen by The Herald Crom prominent Leih- bridge business men. Their name-, will be announced later on iu ibu Contest. i 1917 model, fully equipped. Electrically lighted and started. Cash value ?725.0p. Purchased from and oil exhibition at Baalim Motor Co., Ltd., Third Avenue South, Lethbridge. 1. 7-Passenger Sfude- baker Touring Car, i917 Model. 2. 5-Passchger Chav. rolet Touring Car, 1917 Model. 3. WiMts Upright Piano, mahogany finish. Purchased from Mr. C; C. Salmon, and on exhibi- tion at Sawden Bros. 4. S175.00 Cobinet of 1835 Wai- lace Bros. Silver. 120 pieces. Purchased from and on ex- hibition at Wright's Jewel- ry Store. 5. Columbia Grapho- phone. 6. Cabinet of Rodgers' Silver, 55 piece. Purchased from and on exhibition at Wright's. 7. Fumed Oak Dining Room Set, consisting of one 6 foot round pedestal table, one arm chair and 5 dining chairs, and one Buffet. Pur- chased from and on exhibi- tion at Bawden Bros. 8. Cabinet of Silver, 50 piece. Purchased from-and on exhibition at Wright's. 9. Cabinet of Rodgers' Silver, 48 pieces. Purchased from and on exhibition at Wright's. 10. Kitchen Cabinet. Pur- chased from and on tion at Bawden Bros. 11. Cabinet of Commun- ity Silver. 26 pieces. Pur- chased from and on exhibi- tion at Wright's. 12. Cabinet of Commun- ity Silver, 26 pieces. chased and on exhibi- _ tion at'Wright's.' commission to non-winners who.work actively until end and turn in over subscription monsy. The prizes will be l' votPJ THe cairtllilate having the highest number! of votes by.in id- night, December 23rdT wHI given the first prize, the T-pas- Studebaker, or in Hash by the-Herald in the event they wish to sell the; car." v-.Xhe candidate having the sec- ond highest rfbmber of votes on the above nightSvill be riven the 2iul Jind so on dojvn through thq Ijst of The First Prize in the Contest is a'7-Passenger Stude- baker Touring Car Second Payment Subscriptions If >ou have worked jour territory thoroliglily and do not know nl.pre to turn to for subacriptibtis, "why not call on the surrounding towns, or eee the farmers in, the ru'raldistricis? Or, if you are not in a position to ect out of town, why not try to get second payments from the sub- scribers who hue snen short term subscriptions''Ton CPU gain manj fins way For instance Suppose Mr. A. gave jou a six months' subscription the .first week of the; Contest when the first vote schedule >was in force: .You received "flies for this six months' subscription fsow if you can Bet Mr A to give jou another six months which would" make up La full year's subscription, you will receive enough additional for the second payment of six months to bal ance up-the votes for a-full year during the period when the first payment -was made, nr votes If this first six months of Mr A's was a new subscription, you would receive votes in addition to the Or suppose Mr A gaie jou one jears subscription between the Bates of Nov 13lh and IStlf You received votes if It was an old subscription Now if he gives >ou another four years to make up the full five jears, you would receive the difference between votes, which was given for a five year subscription between the dates bi Nov 13th and 18th and the jou already received or votes. In figuring up the votes for second them on-the schedule in force when tne first payment Was turned into the Contest office. During the.lrinle.'vpte offer, triple votes will be given for second payments also After computed the number of votes allowed you.for. the'-secpn'd .'pajTOent, multiply the number of votes by three. of'th.s Kind a'e to be marled "Sfceond Pay ment" on the receipt stub and. on the back of the stub vou must write when the first pavment turned in, whether the original subacrip Uoa waS new or old, the leceipt number of pajments Attention Candidates According to the rules of the contest, all checks sent in to cover subscriptions are to be marked "accepted" by the hank on which they are drawn. Candidates would confer a great favor upon the Contest Depart- ment .if.they ivoulil comply with this rule. Reid the-details of this rule on the outside of jour receipt hook covers. A WARNING From, ilie "'3ijules of-.the'Coutest.' To each and every candidate-wlio works actively, up to the close 3f the contest .and does one of the prixBn, we will give. 10 per cent, commission on all subscrip- tion money which they have Lurued in, provided the amount .turned in by. said active candidates exceeds the sum of Have yen ?tnrned in worth of subscriptions? -Better, "hurry or vour for commission are slim. Art you working up to tlie close of the' contest? Remem- ber "the rule calls for tions to lie. fulfilled. If you have already turned in and doubt vour abilitj-j to be a prize winner, our. best advice is for yon to keep on working-, actively to the close of the contest, so that you will at least get your 10 .per. cent, commission. Closing Rules of the Contest II .All "Candidates miy secure votes and subscriptions up to midnight. December 23rd. 2 Results from, city candidates must reach ua not later "than noon, Tuesday, December 2Gth. The Contest Office will be dosed 'all day Christmas; also after tf p.m. Saturday. December 23rd, ;but city Candi- dates may. bring in their results the Tuesday morning following the close of the Contest. Oat-of-totfn Candidates may get' their money orders, drafts, etc., the Tuesday morning following the close of the Contest, and then mail in their resuits and reserves on the nest mail. 4. .AH checkr must be marked "Accepted" by the bank on which they ire dra% n Do rot present unmarked checks the closing week of the Contest, for. they-will not be accepted in payment for .subscriptions; AU'.votes and subscriptions must he in the Hal lot Box by 8 o'clock December 28th, for the judges %yjll begin the Final at that hour, and anything coming in later than the hour mentioned abate will arrive.too late to be counted. Candidates living on JlaXrtig >dor train service would do well to put a special delivery stamp on their letters.-'Also remember that the rush of mail ma> caujfe-somo delay It might be a wise-plan'to send in feservc votes once so Xtli6> Will be sure to reach us. They will be held for the Judges' Final Count if the candidate wishes. checke drafts money are ?to be'made payable to THo Lethbridge Hc-ralfT 7 AH for the Contest Department should be addressed to tlie Contest Manager to prevent delay in reaching their destination. 1917 fully equipped. Electrically lighted and started. Cash value or The Herald will give the winning candidate q'asbTin the event they prefer-cash to an automobile. ;Studebaker purchased from and on exhibition at The Studebaksr Garuge 322 6th Street South, Lethbridgo.. The Seventh Prize in the Contest is a turned Oak Dining Room Set Consisting of one tt i ound pedestal table one arm charr and five dining chairs and one buffet Purchased from and on exhibition at Sawden Bros The above is not an exact teproduction. A candidate is.Hot required to be a regular subscriber' or agent to The Herald to .enter Uhe competition. Persons who enter and take part in this Prize Contest, therefore, bind themselves to abide by the foregoing rules. Organizations cannot enter and com- pete for the IF the Contest today, according to the votes polled fonthe candidates by 9 o'clock this morning the prizes would be awarded as follows 1st bet en Passenger Studebakei1. Jliss Irene Benmt Noblefoul Alta o-Passcnger Mr. E. iUe Alta 1 3rd Piano. Mrs. P. A. Smitli Granum Alta 1 478 '00 votes 4th Cabinet ot Wallace Silver Mrs. Lou Thompson Rajmond Alta 14J1SOO ictes 5th Columbia Miss Golda Backus Tiber Alta 6th Cabinet ol Rogers' Silver Miss Fern Workman Alta lotes 7th ruined Oak Dining Boom Set. Miss Jessie Shead Pincher Creek Alta 1134 400 votes Sth Cabinet Rogers' Silver Mr Alex. Gnillim Albion Ridge Alta 1 04j 300 vottl Cabinet ot Rogers' Silver" Mrs. John Bullman Warner 4Jta 311 900 10th Handy Kitchen Cabinet Mrs. B. Hbgenson Stirling Alta S66bOOiotes llth Cabinet ol Community Siher. Miss Olive Smith Batons Ain S4 700 votes :12th Cabinet ol Community i Miss Kate Matkin, Carillon Aln SU BUT The Contft does not close until December 23rd at 9 p.m. and there may be many changes in the standings of candidate! before that time. 10TH PRIZE The candidate having the tenth highest num- ber ot votes by mid- night, Dec, 23rd, will be given a useful Kitchen Cabinet pur- chased from and on ex- hibition at Bjmden MRS E W Claresholm i popular iiHre competitor Mrs Duni Ing and hor mitiy friends arc IJUBJ gathering and subscriptions vith a licw to, making Mrs Diimlng the Herald's and with the (ontlhuell support of lief friends coupled with her perse verance, she should havs no difficult} in winning a desirable .prize Address all com-' munications to PRliE CONTEST LETHBRIDGE HERALD Hul! Block, Lethbridge Aita., Phone 346 ;