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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, EXTRA VOTES Will Be Issued in THE HERALD'S Prize Voting Contest for 1 year _____ 4500 7 I I i I 3> I This Extra -Oftr- Closes MWay, January Contest Closes Monday, January 10, at 10 p.m. Twelve Mile Coulee News TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS Christmas Flawers, Holly, Holly Wreaths, Moss Wreaths, TO INTENDING 1 HOMESTEADERS I trict can get full accommoda- tion at The Grassy Lake Liv- 'y. ery. M With this last' year's 'X experience in driving land seekers; we know the country thoroughly and guarantee satisfac- has overtaxed our mailing and distribution 'department. will take a few days to get all the names on the list for the out-of-town subscribers and to -j-j- OUu-OI-tviwn Yesterday was the biggest, busiest; will be given-all this-in addition to carricr b0ys i ,T--------.-_, old or renewal addresses of the A ir 4-Urt _ _ dav the contest man has had during j the regular schedule. x 4- t in i subscriptions bring the Herald's demonstration of its in-, terest -in its subscribers. The the number Meanwhile tne city subscribers. rlubl of votes given for neW' ThlS j subscribers may rest assured book, the same as all other records, ive tbem thc ;t at Gco. Taykir s THE 276 P. 0. ftox tSK offer was the incentive that directed Qf the contcstj win oe open for in-' the feet of- many hustling, ag- j spection by the candidates and their gressive candidates toward the con-j friends after the close of the contest; L .department in the Bryan J as 10 bxtra will Delude every new subscrip- J and club certificates were the words j turnc-d from Tuesday untii the ringing in the contest man's ears Q. the can.test.. This cash offer afternoon and evening. When he independent of the regular. that we will give them the best service possible, and the 'date of commencement of sub- scrip tion will be from the the paper commences to arrive, not the date of the re- "oeipt. 1 Castle Brand Collar' from ally found time to slip out for a few prizeg A may win the cash minutes for a quick lunch he thought-! CQme 1111 iiu. fjL.o lessly but naturally ordered "u couple prizes and may also in the regular win the cash of fried new subscribers and a cup of and another prize. The cash will _ be extra votes." divided equally between each 'district. But all this is purely incidental, j Can.didates who were a little slow -to The one big, interesting fact that is, gtart and nOt their field submerged in the ocean of detail is _ shouM now Ret busy. This is your that this contest is just a little the j opportunity. greatest and most interesting that ------------__ PLAGUE IN ECUADOR Guayaquil, Ecuador, Dec. ing the first two weeks of December sixty cases of bubonic plague of which 23 proved fatal, were officially report- ed here. In the same period there were twelve cases of yellow fever and SALMON CATCH IS DIMINISHING Toronto, Dec. the Pacific salmon industry is being overdone was the opinion of Prof. J. P. McMurray, in his lecture in the University Satur- day .evening. Each year the .salmon production varied he declared and should be regulated by an internation- al commission. The catches are dimin- ishing each year since 1905 TT f t The public in general, and the erciscs at St. Francis church, Tor- onto, last night two brothers, Mich- w lifetime. The immense volume jg of business brought or mailed to the. struck by a contest department yesterday is a our farm-rs are going to avoid t the Of Arthur indication of the scr- I Td Eucli-d -We The former iousncss with which the candidates Trunk! Mr. and Mrs. Graf arc the. j ana hav.e t.aken the work. Another Chance For Extra parents of a baby -irl born December' train was passing through London 9th. j Mathew's injuries were r Messrs. Murzer and Sitco V1S j ,._t" itors at Monarch Thursday. last night, and was instantly killed. He belonged to Sarnia tunnel. Cbristmas Suggestions Of Presents That Are Sure to be Appreciated tHt WILLIAM BUCK ia both Cast Iron ma4 Fuel is high and getting higher. A "Happy Thought" Range saves fuel and every pound of fuel is money in your fire is absolutely controlled by our speeUa patented vmlve one unit of heat is cooking surfaces receive it til Mart rtaions for At superiority of tht "Happy Thought" in ,M interesting siovt booklit. A post card imll bring HAYR BROS, Local Reps. In some instances the clubs came out even, but many candidates had a surplus. Everything not included m the club offer just closed will be al- lowed in the cash clubs. On another page details are given, whereby candidates will be given an-j other opportunity for extra votes, j This offer, however, is not as fitable" as the one-just closed. thing about it is that it is "deadly easy" to calculate. Every tion, both old and new, turned in bv the various candidates, will be corded in a special book. When the offer closes, two weeks from ycster-jg day, or on January 3, the special certificates will be issued. If a didate has tcrncd cash on new subscriptions a certificate for votes will be issued if the amount is the extra votes will number 12 000 and if a certificate Chairs Couches Chiffoniers China Cabinets Stands Morris Rockers Davenports Buffets Sscretarys Slipper Gases At prices to suit everybody. Don't wait until the last minute and clioo se your presents haphazard. Come see our suggestions. 1 1 I JSi I I I 1 Lethbridge Furniture Company West of Post Office ;