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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlitirsiiay; December 22.1910. THE LKTHBRTDGK DAILY HEHALTD the people: COSTS NO MORtTHAN THEOfrDBNARYKI N DS COMPLIES WIT HALL PURE FOOD LAWS DoesNOTcontainALUM FULL WEIGHT ONE POUNDCANS fi ;_; MA3DE: IN CANADA. I GREAT RIVALRY BETWEEN THE CITY AND COUNTRY With the Outside Territory Leading-Miss Kath- leen Farrell of Coutts has. High Vote This Norman Davies Third- Alice Sparks First for Bouncer Well, the or ENGINEERS MIGHT Minneapolis Does Not Report of Po's- v sible Strike Dec: -That reports from1" CMcago sirike of ductors also engaged in strike coii-. tei-ence with the general maaagers' c-Oiiiiriitf-ee, ho love is lost be- tween mese two organizations and ine B. of L: E. It is believed >by local- railroad of- ficials that the engroeeVs are jockey-1 pjace. ing- "to their settlement trUJ-luelow 000 plunge did not materialize lu yes lerSay's voting, but just the same lons 'I'hursday, vote, although small as to total, eaus ;want your friends to boost for be sure to vote up for Saturday. It's! from Saiurtiay until ed about as mucb 'of an upset as has appeared' any day Since the contest began. _'.'_ Aliss Kathleen .Farrell gets the leadership, of. the .contest with .a v.ote of only but it takes The draw off on time yes- terday, and a 'pony candidate was i again in luck. I .These seini-ivee'Kly ,draws will con- club until the close of offer Wednesday, the 5-year 4, votes Mme. Norman .second j After that time the contest will have 3nss Davies is only 55 votes [.tot .niniejceenl days .to and it is Mine. Norman, while ilrs.i lively these draws'will be discontin- alter, are' I Humphries, wlio the vied. We want the candidates after- trainmen and conductors.- -Officials is in place that- time, to think" of notb- eteclare wHrte' 'no-'.strikCj votes below Miss Davies. It is'ing but the main prizes to be award-- also that should there'-' 'be 'one, it I would be defeated with e'aBe'i' Ap- a iairly safe bet that this standing' ed at the close of the contest. A; will be greatly changed Saturday. 5-passenger. 30 -horse power Jlc-i proximately, five thousand .engineers! Miss Dowsett, in her quiet, easy baugalin-Buiek auto is of sufficiient are employed on. th.e, four, keeps within easy reaching dis-ivaiue any other prize, in and Santa Fe, where the pension sysT her district, increasing her terns-' are in. by 'eers on fil Western railroads is im- 9iienC not 'based on 'facts, 'is' the -Refits', "of -'pensions, out, but-an belief ol Minns ipclis raiivoatl cffi- engineers would '-debar "t'hein' from even nearly every voting day; score: it will called lucky., but it will not be won by plain, common. clais. _ Hunting- ion, of 'the ,SooiLine, ;or General Man- ager of the L. St. L. Iowa Central; has 'received'any. advice of any strike from the general managers coiiiriiittee. tiiey say, they, surely .would were the strike situa- tion bordering on a break. f Railway Con- though man day that ,Thous- aad 3 _fine m'apped out i ands of engineers have passed theland votgs ,be coming in age. -limit of 45 years., at which theviquite reguiarir In a day 6r 'two. His would not he given employment gain tpda7 is Qnly an inkUng either of the and If .they. wfiat is 'to come_sO he says> their positions they would be forced Tne Lethbridge bov3 and" girls' to John R. McDonald wrote the eon.i will ta-ke .off this THE HEKALD'S Automobile and EuropeairTour Contest NOMINATION BLANK This nomination does not count as a vote and need be tent in but .once for each can- didate. I Nominate (Name of Candidate) District No. Signed (Name of Nominator) the candidate yyishes compete for tK.e Shetland Pany, sign name be- iOW. -Competing for- Shetland Pony plamu.; average. pension an engineer .would j according to me Tote ia the pa :_ receive would be about a month. Alice Sparks> of Raymond, and Rus- General Manager Huntington says jsell Fernie, have had'the 5 recivs an avrag of three appli- ior several daySj the'form- i tinnc rri-ncnar-i-ria' inTic fi rt o T- _ _ _ he cations It has for engineering jobs a day. er ..drlvin Bouncer" todav. How- live .years, since-the Sooj, i r Never 'B THE BAKEE line empioyed an engineer .from, an- other road. Engineers have been graduated out of .firenie-n. in the city -'do not appreciate the j pony, a short visit to Bouncer's tera- porary home will despeii that idea In., case .of a strike, there are.-more ilr_ Boonnell''said, when asked if hundred firemen on the Soo any came to see the pW wno have served as engineers in to07S and'girls come in swarms I times who-.wo-aJd -step out to the .of the, cab and handle 'tnrottle. TRIM CAREFULLY AROUNCX BORDER VOTING COUPON DAiLY HERALD 1 j and lots of grown people come a loot, too." j -Tne s'tVmding7 will be publisbied j with all votes deposited up" to .-rAt'-Harkhead, near Owen Sound, the j day night added, oh' Saturday. O.n roof of" the skating -rink .'collapsed 'account 'of Monday -being 'generally M any people were in the rink, but all, observed as Christmas, no changed but one escaped without injury. One standing will he published after slightly 'ihurt. urday "until next Thursday ._ "If 'you 'FWF VOTFS i s i-i v l A-ixJ -For any reffirlar] viiominated candidate in the Daily Eerald's Great Prize Contest.- tNarne of District.No. (Address.) This; package contains -J .Void after December 31 votes STANDING MNDIDATES Votes Will be Ac'ded Aflain for Saturday's 4ssue of The GRAND PRIZES McLaughlin-Buick Touring Car. tour, taking in Coronation of King George, or In Lot. DISTRICT PRIZES DISTRICT trip or -DISTRICT trip or tr.ip or trip er biytsiON A. At ieait'one of the grarifl go District No. that part.cf rhe City of Lethbridge lyifig north Mid east of the following boundary: ;-Third Ave., from First Street to Sixti Strait on Sixth to.Fourth east: on-Fourth, Ave. to Eleventh south, Oft' "Eleventh to city limits. -At least two of the prizes go dJBtrict- A. fe. HUMPHRIES, 'tor. Teh-th St. and Second AL CAMPBELL MISS GRACE ERNEST TOWNSENDt 18.17 McBetfc CHRIS. GIBSON, Agriew and HAROLD KERR.-444 Torrance Ave. -1J9Q N District No. iciart the; city :ot Lethbridge lying Vest of the above botmdary. At-least two of the prizes go to this diltrict 7 IVHSS OLIVE OAVtES. 406 Fifth South MME: E. NORMAN, 622 Sixth Ave. South MISS AGNES Seventh Ave, South MISS LIZZIE Sixth Aye. A. South DIVISION B. V At leatt one of prizes go to this division. District No. all towns in Southern tish.CoLuiQMa over population. At least.two of the prizes district MISS EDITH Alta. -83280 0. W. COULTER Taber-, Alta. ;l..........._...........61jOffl) MISS MARY MACKENZIE, Macleod, Alta. r: D. R. WARE, Medicine Alta. j 7- MISS MAMIE A. Creek, Altju., JOHN R. .B. C. A. J. Alta. MISS ELIZABETH McDQNAL.D, Frank. Alta. ...........3.000 :X- District No. 44-iacludes all to-wis In Soupem-Alberta iirt-' tish Columbia, under least .two, of district 'D. L, KIMBALL; Grassy.Lake? MISS KATHLEEN R. FARRELIL> Coufts, MISS EMILY MILLER. Bow ".MISS ELIZABETH AOAMS, Stirling. Alta. STANLEY WELCH. BaronB, Alta.7.. MISS, MLUC, Alta. SHETLAND-POiNYD.lVJ.sip.N A separate contest for boys ana girls under' 15. years, of ALICE. 'SPARKS, Raymond, Alta. RUSSELL DUDLEY, B- C. WINNIE SELLENS..190S Seventh St. AGNES 417. Fourteenth St. 1252'Fourth Ave. North JENNY vyuson JAMES NISBETy Stafford -Village RA-MER, Grassy Lake, NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Konv.S.t-............... GEORGE. SUP1NA. 334 Rd. .-.2.410, .21240 THE DAILY HERALD'S VOTING CONTEST UNTIL JANUARY 2nd, CANDIDATES WILL RECEIVE A EXTRA VOTES (In addition to the regular schedule of Votes) i T1! itn mirr1 i 01 4II V UITD Al Fl CLIJB OF FIVE YEARLY SUBSCRIPTIONS TO Thu UAILI HE.KALU Weekliies and Six Months Dailies also count-See below ONDAY JANUARY 2nd at 12p.m. ER ENDS Every Contestant in Tha Herald's Prize Contest who secures FIVE YEARLY NEW OR OLD (yearly weeklies and-the daily for 6'months also included, as stated below) for THE DAILY HER- ALD will be entitled to the Special Certificate enumer- ated above. These Extra Votes are given in ADDITION to the regular s Ail subscriptions turned in from the beginning of the contest will be included in these groups. Credit will be given for each year or months' sub- scription for the Daily and yearly subscriptions for the 6 months' subscriptions tho Drily counting as one year, and two yearly subscriptions for the Weekly counting as one year for scriptions for less than 6 months for the Daily wiii not be included or computed. No extra votes given for a part of a club. It it not necessary to have the regular certificates published in order to get the benefit of the Club offer. Nothing is gained by HOLDING BACK subscrip- tions, and it is not necessary to send in a full club at one time. A careful record will be kept and when the subscriptions turned in amounts to the equivalent to FIVE YEARS FOR THE DAILY the Special Ballot for Votes will be issued at once, and if there is a sur- plus it will apply on the next group. While the yearly subscriptions for the Daiiy Herald are taken as a basis of computation, EVERY SUB- SCRIPTION for S months or longer for the Daify or a year for the Weekly will be included in the groups, pro- viding the totsl amounts to Five Years for the Daily and is turned in at the-Contest Department before midnight on January 2, 1911. Candidates in the territory outside of Lethbridge will be allowed to mail subscriptions up to midnight on January 2, and these subscriptions will be included in their clubs, thus assuring all contestants an equal chance. Get as many of these clubs as you can. That's the way to win. VV Ul You Lose Votes if You Hesitate. Good or Better Offer Contest Closes January 23rd, 1911 off ;