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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FlilDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1910 THE LETIIBRIDGh' DAILY HERALD I'AliK THIRTEEN Tomorrow Is the Last Day of Herald's Big Automobile Contest MldnWht Mirioi-row is the closing hour. Wail- the closing the Contest .carefully. They will be found at the bottom of Ilils page. .not-Jose out oil a tomorrow your day. Endeavor toj.ass Jfopintorwonte. Jt will be too late to for lost-1 the pi-fee Svinuclf aimounccd. Make a Special Effort to Secure Every Available Vote by Midnight Tomorrow arc awaiting owners. It will .take votes to win them. Tho idea, therefore. IK to secure every possible vote while there is still time. Prim will be" given out the following day. Make it your special business that ot the best pmes The Judges will make the List of Candidates and The lUt below are tho candidates enrolled in tiio Herald's Prize Con- test and the number of votes. that.have-bcen cast in the Ballot-Box fur each lip to '8 o'clock this mdWilng. Miss A. Ainlay, Lomond, Miss irone Benolt, Nobleford, Alia............'................ M Mr. C. E. Beynor, Magrath, Alta. Miss R. Brtckenrldgt, Plnchcr Creek, Alta............. Mr. E. Flaj Staffordvllle, Alta.......................... Tpr. W. P. Foley, Frank, Alta. (Returned Soldier) Mr. Wilfred Gwillim, Albion Ridge, Alta.............. Miss Kate Matkln, Cardston, Mrs. N. M. P'lton, 205 .Fifth Avc. S, Lethfcrloge........ Mr. Flnlay E. Ross, 519 Sixth St., Miss Olive. Smith, Barons, Ait'a. Mrs Uu Thompson, Box K., Raymond, Miss Fern Workman, B6x 78, Macleod, Alta........... Mils Bessie Thomas, Brant, Alta. Miss Golda Baoku's, Altai Mr. J. J. Alta. Miss Clara Dlemert, Champion, Alta. Miss Mabel Tufteland, faber, Alta. Mrs. John. Bullman, Warner, Miss Jane Maxvfell. Burdett, Alta................... Mr. Ralph" K. Cameron, Natal, B. C.................... Mr. Gerald Sinclair, Milk River, Mrs. Tcdtly Winchcombe, Wlnnlfred, Alta......----- Mrs. M.'P. Hardman, Elko, B. C.................... Miss Clara Cody, Fernle, B. C...................... Miss Ethej Falls, Burdett, Miss Anna Matheson, Grassy Lake, Miss Camilla Chipman, Magrath, Alta.............. Mrs. Helen Hunter, Coalhurst, Mils Lcla Lorensbury, High River, Alta; Miss Jessie G. Shead, Pincher Mils Stella L. Agar, Bow jsland, Alta, Miss Bessie Hlllls Foremost Alta S.'. B. HolbrookV Travcrs, Alta. Mr E 0 Merrlman Alta Miss Lillian Harden, Etzikom, Alta. Mrs. E. W. Aita. Mr. A. J. Malcolm McPh'ete'rs, Gen. Del., Lethbridge Mr F Barrlngham Coleman Alta, B A Lyons Nanton, Alta Miss Edna Thompson Box 24 Wardner B C Miss Louise Ainold Cannangay Alta Miss DSlla Drummond Cranbrook B C- Mr J. J. Dugan, 1601 3rd Ave. E., Vancouver, B. C. Mrs. P. A. Smith, Granum, Alta....................oUi cliaiicBs foj comni-'sion ire slim Ale jou worlung activoly up to O'e close the contest' Reraem bar BIB rilli! caHr both tondi lions to bo fultilled if joli hue dieadj tiirapd In sZj 00 and doubt jour ability to a pike Din best mince is for to keep on working activ'el> to the close ot the tonteir sd tiiat will at least our 1Q jof cent ccinmission J Closing Rules of the Contest 1 All Candidates mav secure votes and subscriptions i.p td tnidiiigul, Saturday, December 2 Results frrm citj candidates reach us not latci than nobn TussdaV Upccmbci 28111 Thp Officl; (nil bo ill dav Christmas also after b 11 m Saturday Decombei 23rii but cits tandi dates maj bring m thefr results and reserve Votes the Tucsda) moinfng following thp close of th? Cbntest 3 miv get theif monev orders, rtuitls, etc, the morning follaWing the close of the r oiitest, and then mail in their results and reserves on the new mail t Ail checks must bo marked "Accopted' bj the hank ou which they are drawn Jjo not present urtniarUtd checks the closing of the contest, they will not he tectpted m ptivni'nt for subscriptions i All votes and sulscnptions must bo In tho Ballot Box by 8 o clock Thursdaj evening, Decembel 28th for the juilgn will begirt the t'inal Count promptly at that hour, and anithlng coming in later than tlie hour mentioned above will afrlye too late to be tounted Candidates living on lines having poor tfnfn do well to put n spechl delivery stamp on their letters Aiso rememper that Uie Christmas rush of mail may cause come delav H might be a Wise plan to send in totes at once to thei will-he Sure to reach us llifjr will be heW for the Jlidgei' Final Count if the candidate wishes C All money orders, etc, are (o be made jiajaMe to The LfllhbriuBo Herald 7. AH letters for the Contest BepKrttaenl. should he addressed to tho Contest Manager to prevent delay in reaching tlieir, destinatton. The First Prize in the Contest, is a 7-Passenger Siude- baker Touring Car 1917 Electrically lighted ar.a started. Casli value or The Herald wili. give Hie .wlnlilng candidate Cash, in they prefer cash to an fmtomoblle. Durcbnsed from, and on exhibition at The Studebaktr. -Garage, .322 6th Street South, Lethbrldge. j.; The Seventh Prize in the Contest is a Oak Dining Room Set borifiiatiilg of ohtf 6 ft. rcimd pedestal arm cl- lining chairs and ona buffet. Purchased from and On e Sawden Bros The above Is'not an mfe arm chatr and five 'TA' caildWsio IE not required regular subscriber or agent to Herald to enter the ,t Persons, who enter ahd tahe fart in 'this Prize CQiitost, therefore, themselves to abide uy the CbrogSing fules Organizations cannot enter and com- .pets for tlie. prizes the Contest oibsed nsdny, accordins lo the votes polled for the candidates by 9 a clock -this morning the pl-ltes would be awarded as fallows 1st The en Passenger Sliidebaker. Miss Stella Agar island Alta 2nd Tlu- o-Pahhcugeii Chevrolet, Mrs P Smith Qranuin Aita A77S.JOO The Piano. Mis rern Workman Macleod Alia 271707o 4tli fjie Cabinet of Wallace Silver Miss Ifeuu lirnolt, Hohletortl Alta 57S.MO votes otli Columbia Graphophone. Miss Golda Backus, Tabei, Alta Votes fith The Cabinet of Rogers' Silver Witt Olive Smith, Barons, AltB 2 otel 7th The Ftimed Oak Dining: Boom Het. Mr B Tra StaffonlTille Alta lotes hth Cabinet of Kojjers' Silver Mrs Lou Thompson Raimond, Alta voles 9th The Cabinet of Silver Mrs N I'lton Lptlibildgo, Alfa votes 30th Handy Kitclien Cabinet Miss Carte, LKhbrMge, Alta. 1.S04 SOU votes llth The Cabinet of Community Silver. Mi Owliym, Albion Ridge, votes, 12th The Cabinet of Community -Silvei'. t Mlts Jesalo Shead, t' ncher (.'reek 4lta, lotos BUT The ContMt until Diceritlitp 23fd at 9 and there may bt miny enangts In me stundingi of eandidatet before (hit tim'fj 10TH PRIZE Tlyj candidate having e tenth highest tuim- of voles by mid- night, Dec. 23rd, will be given a useful Kitchen Cabinet pur- chased from and on hibitiou at Bavtdcn I Bros. MISS STELLA Bow lalhnd's 1 popjilar candidate who lends ttisi pub ilshed list totlav Asfti" is frfur mor i evident of .Lethbndgp, ani'hss 1 clrt'e of frleftd'? In thte