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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWKLVIC iiiMjaa i ii TIIK LKTIIIWIDGK DAILY HKHALD Tlll'ttSUAV, DBCKMBlin 21, Only Two More Days of the Herald's Big Automobile Contest m m worth of viliiahlc prises uwalliiiiy owners. AVho will win the sever, Stmtolmkoi', or (lit- Chevrold. or the. Willis Piano, or the other .-regular Claims and counter-claims of candidates and their friends indicate that the outcome is -everywhere in doubt and thatsome of: the present may he, the future cas. Secure Every Possible Vote by Midnight Saturday It will HI o votes to win the cnstlv Secure every possible vote during these lew days. It will be far more to your advantage to havctoo many votes than not enough. We want to see von 'win a prize, therefore we are m'sing yon to do your best while (here is still time. It will he too late to make up for lost time, after midnight Saturday. List of Candidates and Standings The list below are the candidates enrolled in [lie Herald's Prize Con- test and the number of votes that have, been cast in tbe Ballot ;Uox for each up to 9 o'clock this morning. -r 487.800 Miss Vsra A. Ainlsy, Lomond. Alta.............. Miss Benoit, Nobleford, Mr. C. E. Beynor, Maorath, Miss R. Bricktnridge, Pinchsr Alta Mr. E. Alta......................... Tpr, W. P. Foley, Frank, Alta. (Returned Soldier) Mr. Wilfred Gwillim. Albion Ridge. Miss Kate Matkin, Csrdston, Alta. Mrs. N.'-M. Piton, 205 Fifth Ave. S., Lethbrlogs Mr. Finlay E. Ross, 5'9 Sixth St., t-ethbridge Miss Olive Smith, Barons, Mrs. Lou Thompson, Bo.x K., Raymond, Aha.................... Miss Fern Workman. Box 78, Macleod, Alta............ Miss Bessie Thomas, Brant, Alta. Miss Golda Backus, Tabcr, Alta..................... Mr. J. J. Beliinguire. Taber, Alta....................... Miss Clara Diemert, Champion, Alta.................... Miss Mabel Tufteland, Tafacr, Alta.........'................... Mrs. John Bullman, Warner, Alta............................. Miss Jane Burdett, Mr. Ralph K. Cameron, Natal, B. C...................... Mr. Gerald Sinclair, Milk River, Alta................... Mrs. Teddy Winchcombe, Winnlfrid, Alta............. Mrs. M. P. Hardman, Elko, B. .C..................... Miss Clara Cody, rcrnie, B. C.....................r......... Miss Ethel Falls, Burdett, Miss Anna Matheson, Grassy Lake, Miss Camilla Chipman, Magrath, Mrs. Helen Hunter, Ccalhurst, Alta...................-........ Miss Lela Lorensbury, High River, Miss Jessie G. Shead, Pincher Creek, Alta....................... Miss Stella L. Agar, Bow Island, Alta......................... Miss Bessie Hillis, Foremost, Mrs. E. B. Holbrook, Trayers, Mr. E. O. Merriman, Retlaw, Alta......................'..-----.. Miss Lillian Harden, EtzikonVAIta..........ij.-----............. Mrs. E. VV; Durning, Claresholm, Alta......................... Mr. A. J. Malcolm" McPheters, Gen. Del., Lethbridge Mr. F. Barringham, Colernan, 5JOOO" Miss B. A. Lyons, Nanton, Miss Edna Thompson, Box 24, Wardner, B. C. Miss Louise Alta........... Miss Delia Drumjnondt Cranbrook, B. C Mr.-J. J. Duuan, 1601 3rd Aye.-E.> Vancouver's. ?V.! Mrs. P. A.'Smith, Mrs. B.'Hogenson, Stirling, Alta.................' Miss Bessie Carte, Commercial Cafe, Lethbridge, Mrs. Cora Douglas, Nanton, Alta..................'........... TO INSURE ACCURACY ALL VOTES AHE COUNTED ON A T BURROUGHS'ADDING MACHINE. The Second Prize In The Contest Is a 5--Passenger Chevrolet Touring Car 1017 model, fully equipped. Electrically lighted and started. Cash value Purchased from and on exhibition' at Baalim Motor Co., Ltd., Third Avenue South, Lethbridge. Second Payment Subscriptions It' you haye worked your territory thoroughly and do not know where to turn to for subscriptions, why not call on the surrounding towns, or gee the farmers in the rural'districts? Or, If you are not in a position to get out of town, why not tiy to get second payments from the sub- scribers who have given you short term subscriptions? You can gain many votes this way. For instance: Suppose Mr. A. gave you a six months' subscription tlie first week of the Contest .wheu the first vote schedule was in force. You received Votes for. this-six months' Hubscription. Now if you can get Mr. A. to give you another six months, which would make up ,a; full--year's subscription; .you will receive snough additional votesjfor the second payment of six months to bal- ance up the votes for a full year during the period when the first payment was votes. If "this six months of Mr. A's was a new subscription, you would receive votes in addition to the Or suppose Mr. A. gave you; one year's subscription between the dates of Nov. 13th and 18th. You received: votes if it was an old subscription. Jtfpw if he gives you another four years to make up the'full five years, you would receive votes, which "was given for a five subscription between the dates of Nov. 13th and 18th, and the you have already received or votes. In figuring up the votes for second payments compute them ori the schedule in force when the first payment was turned into the Contest office. During the triple vote'offer, triple votes will be given for secoml payments alsp; After you have computed tlie number of votes allowed you for the second payment, multiply the number of votes by three. of this kind are to be marked "Second Pay- ment" on the receipt stub, and OH the back of the stub you must write when the iirst payment was turned in; whether the original suhacrip. (ion was new or eld; also the receipt number of the first payments. At midnight Saturday. Dec. 33rd. The Herald's big auloimiimS contest will come to a close, and all the votes and subscriptions held by the candi- dates must bo sent In lo be cast in the Ballot Uox for Uie Judges final count "rswAi; COUNT' WILL BE MADE IN. PUBLIC The Judges will make the final count of votes on the night of Thurs- day..-December 28th, at the Contest Office, Hull Block, beginning at S p.m. Tlie-final-count will be made public-and all candidates and their friends, .are- invited. Candidates who are unable to at- tend may rest assured that their in terests will be just as carefully look- ed after as though they were -present. CLOSING RULES OF CONTEST The closing rules of the conte.st will appear in tomorrow's Issue. Be sure to read the rules carefully. It is to your interest to do so. VOTE SCHEDULE FOR CLOSING WEEK The vote schedule for the last j of the Contest' is ihe same as last week's, it is as follows: The triple Schedule Price Votes Six 52.00 9.900 One year......... 4.00 Two ye ft rs......-... S.ou Three years......" l-.OO Four years........ 16-00 Five years........ ?Q.OQ 300.001 Extra votes for new business trip- led also. Triple votes .will be given on sec- ond payments as yet fortli elsewhere on this page. _ Questions Answered Q.'Will, out of .town'candidates j allowed to work up ip.thaJast minute of contest, with city, candidates, or must''they .begin sending in their results ot this weet so they will be- in the Contest Office -when the contest closes? All candidates xvltethei Ine allowed to work up to the list minute of the contest Witch toi the clobina mies ivhich appear la tomorrow s i sue Thev 'v, II infcimation nhich "will cover this Question Q 1 b-ne Inen U in other tovus who like to assist me in seem ing sub criptions Can so1 A caii( provWed vou do not them for then assistance ruleb of Contest in back issues of The Herald; 1. I am-tumble to go on with the contest owing to sickness.. Can I transfer my votes to a friend who is working hard for one of ihe prizes? --A. Votes caanot be transferred to inyone. who is already a candidate. They.may be transferred to a new candidate who will-act as a substi- tute in your place. See rules oi con- test in hack issues of the Herald. Q. Can 1 give some ot my friemU- a subscription to the .Herald for a Christmas present A. You can if yon wish to. It should make a very goorl present. Q. Who will act as judges at the final count? Can I suggest some one? A. The Judges will be chosen by The Herald Crom prominent Leth- bridge business men. Their will be announced later on in the Contest. 1. 7-Passenger baker Touring Car, 1917 Model. 2. 5-Passenger Chev- rolet Touring Car, 1917 Mocjel. 3. Willis Upright Piano, mahogany finish, Purchased from Mr. H. C. C. Salmon, and on exhjbl- tion at Bawden Bros. 4. 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. 5100.00 Cabinet of Rodgers' Silver, 55 piece. Purchased from and-.on exhibition at Wright's, 7. FiiTnsd Dining Room .Set; consisting of one 6 foot round pedestal table, one arm chair and 5 dining 1 chairs, and one Buffet. Pur- chased from and on exhibi- tion at Bavr-dsn Bros. 8. 560.00 Cabinet of Rodgerg' Silver, 60 piece. Purchased from and on exhibition at Wright's. 9. 550.00 Cabinet of Rodgers' Silver, 48 pieces. Purchased -from and. on exhibition at Wright's. 10. Kitchen Cabinet. Pur- chssed from and on exhibi- tion at Bawden Bros. 11. 325.00 Cabinet of Commun- ity Silver, 26 pieces. Pur- chased from nnd on exhibi- tion at Wright's. 12. Cabinet of Commun- yty Silver, 26 pieces. Pur- and on exhibi- tion at Wright's. 10% commission to non-winners who work actively until end and turn in over in subscription money. The prizes ..will be won by vote The candidate having the i highest number of votes by mid- uight, December 23rd, will be given the. Sirst prize, the 7-pas- "senger Studebaker, or 51.000 in Cash by the Herald in the event they wish to sell the car. The candidate having the sec- ond highest number of votes on the above night will be jnven the .2nd prize, and so on down through the list of prizes. Attention Candidates' According to the rules of 'the contest, all personal checks sent in to coyer subscriptions are to be marked "accepted" by the bank on which they-aS drawn. Candidates' would confe? a great favor upon the Contest Depart- ment if they would comply with this rule. Read the details of. this rule on the outside of your receipt book covers. A WARNING From the "Rules of the Contest." To each and every candidate who works actively up to the close 3f the contest and does not win one of the prizes, we will give 10 per cent, commission on all subscrip- tion .money which they have uirned in, iirovideu the amount turned in said active candidates exceeds the sum of Have you turned in ?2y.OO of subscriptions? Better hurry or your chances for" commission are. slim. Are you actively to the close of the ber the rule tails tor both condi- tions to be .fulfilled. If you have already turned in 525.00 and doubt your ability to be a prize winner, our best advice is for you to keep on working actively to tlie "close-of the contest, so that you, will at least get your 10 per cent, commission. etc mail' Closing Rules of the Contest 1. All Candidates may secure votes and subscriptions uu to midnight Saturday, December 23rd. 2. Results from city candidates must reach us not later than noon Tuesday, December 2cth. The Contest Office will be closed all day Christmas; also after li-p.m. Saturday. December 23rd, but city Candi- dates may bring in their results and reserve votes the Tuesday morning following the close ot the Contest. ----r 3. Out-of-town Candidates may get their money orders drafts the Tuesday.morning following the close of the Contest, and then in their results and reserves on the next mail: 1. All -checks must be marked "Accepted" the bank on which they are drawn. Do not present unmarked checks the closing week or the contest, for they will not be accepted in payment lor subscriptions. 5. All votes and subscriptions must be 111 the Ballot Hox liy ;8 o'clock Thursday evening, December 2Sth, for the judges will begin the Final Count promptly at that hour, and anything coming in later than the hour mentioned above will arrive too late to be counted. Candidates liviim- on lines having poor train service would do well to put a special deiiverv stamp on their.letters. Also remember that Ihe Christmas rush mail may cause some delay. It might be a wise plan to send in reserve votes V once so they will be sure to reach us. They will be held for the JndE-V Final Count if the candidate Wishes. 8. All checks, drafts, money orders, etc., are to be jnade payable to The Lethhridge Herald. 7. All letters .foAlie Contest Department should be addressed lo the Contest Manager io'prevent deiay in .reaching their The First Prize in the Centest is a 7-Passenger Stude- baker Touring Car 1017 fully equipped. Electrically lighted and started. Cash value Jl.325.00 or The Herald will give the winning candidate Jl.OOG.OO Cash, in the event they prefer cash to an automobile. Studcbaker purchased [rein-and. on.exhibition at The Stlfdebakbr Garage 322 Cth Street South, Lelhbridge. Ui.: The Seventh Prize in the Contest is a Fumed Oak Dining Room Set Consisting of one 6 ft, round pedestal table, one arm chair a'nd dining chairs and one buffet. Purchased from and on Bawden Bros The above is not an exact reproduction. A candidate IE not reauirea to be a regular subscjnber or agent to The Herald to enter thp competition. Persons who enter and take part in this Prize -Contest, bind themselves "'to abide by the foregoing rules. Organizations cannot enter aud com- pete for the prizes. the Contest closed today, according to the votes polled for the candidate! by 9 o'clock this morning, the prize would be awarded as follows 1st Seven Passenger KlmlebaUei'. .Mrs. P. A. Smith, Graniml Alta 2 778 iOO 2nd 3-Passengcr Clmrolet Miss Irene .Denoit, NobJefoid Mta 72700 Totes 3rd Willis Piano. Miss Oolda Backus, Taber 2 0 _00 loten 4th Cabinet oi VI ailaoe Siher Miss Olive Smith, Barons, Alta 2 _42 JOO .5ih Columbia Grapkophouc. 5Ir. E. Fia, Staffordville, Alta 1 11 00 lotes (5th Cabinet of Rogers' Silver Mrs. Lou Raymond Vita 1 431 900 The Fniued Oak Dniing Kooin Set. Miss Fern Alta 1 21200 votes Stli Cabinet of Rogers' Silver i Mrs: N. Lethbridge Alta 1.14 830 vote 9th Cabinet oi Rogers' Silver Miss Bessie Carte, Lethbridge Alta 1 vote 10th Ilandj Kitchen Cabinet Mr. Wilfred-Owillim, Albion Ridge Mu llth Cabinet of Community Silver. x Miss Jessie Pincliei reek Alta 114400iOtE 12tli Cabinet of Comiminitj Silver. Mrs. John Bullman, Warnei, Alta Oil 900 vote The Contest does not close until December 23rd. antj there may be many changes i.n tht: standings of candidates before that time. The candidate liaving the tenth highest num- ber of votes by mid- night, Dec. 23rd, will be given a useiul 113.00 Kitchen Cabinet pur- chased from and on ex- hibition at den Bros: MRS P A SMITH of Grani'in tlio winner of -..the 5100.00 Special Prize. After a careful .checking and. re-check- i ing of the Contest it wa found that' Mrs. 'Smith had turned in the greatest aniount of -uh eilpilon monej la t week and the ueek icus. and therefore! is declared the special prize "Mnner. The race for the was a cloac one, several loslliK out by a small margin. Address all com- munications to RIDGE HERALD Hull Block, Lethbridge Phone 646 ;