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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta I'riday, December THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CANADIAN Christmas AND New Year Holidays FARE ONE-THIRD For the Round Trip Between all stations on the Main T-ine, Port Arthur to Vancouver and intermediate branch lines. Tickets on sale December 22. 1910, to January 2, .1911, final return limit, January 5, 1911. For further particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL Ticket Agent Canadian Pacific Railway Lethbridge, Alta, CANADIAN EASTERN CANADA cursions Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces sale December 1 to Decem- ber 31, inclusive, good to-retara within three months. Tickets issued in conection with, At- lantic Steamships -will be on sale-from Nov 11 and limited to five months from date issue. Finest equipment. Standard. First Class and Tourist Sleeping Cars and JoiningXars oir all Through .Trains. Compartment Library Observation Limited." GO AFTER THE CLUBS WHILE YOJHAVE A CHANCE This Offer Closes Wednesday, January 4, at Midnight Eight More Working Days, not Counting Sundays and Holidays, to Take Ad- vantage of the Five-Year Club-The Contest Closes on January. 23 DON'T FORGET that the club for extra votes does not close until' Wednes- day, January days af- day which, will -'be observed as New Tear's. Too much emphasis can not be plac- ed on the importance .of _taking full advantage of the five year club; offer now in force. It is the .easiest way possible to pick up extra votes. While the Hregular schedule gives twice as many votes for new subscri- bers as, old, both the new and aid. sub- scribers are included in. Subscriptions for less than six months for the daily or a year, weekly- are not included in the-vClubs, yet it I oaEixdate gets an.-reitensibn on a subscription, and.rthe extension, equals six mouths for the daily or one year for the weekly, iheii the full term counts for the five-year group. For example, if a subscriber has given. 3 months for the daily and later adds another 3 months then the candidate will be entitled to six months in the club. Every year ic worth 3000 ex- tra votes when included in these groups. Length of Subscription Accepted So.far it has not been necessary to limit the term for which a subscriber may pay for the Daily or Weekly Her- ald. Inquiry has been made along that line, The voting schedule gives votes lor a period of five years. Subscribers may pay for any length period, but no votes will be given for any year after the fifth. Be sure you get this ruling correct, or that you un- derstand it. No votes will.be given for'a payment for the Herald after the fifth year. This will put a quietus-on any. stories that may be circulated about this or that person having paid i y-i THE "TORONTO leaves at- leg'connections at .Toronto for-all points East "and West thereof. The "Imperial Limited" leaves "Win- nipeg daily ai the-'-'Atlantic Express" at -19.00k; daily, making con- nrctions -at; Montreal-..for. all., -points'' East- thereof. Apply to the nearest C.P.R.' 'Agent'for Full Information U. S. POINTS Low Roiuid Trip Fares To ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, Minn. MILWAUKEE, Wjs. CHICAGO. on sale Dec. 1 to 31 inclusive Good to return within three months. Apply to nearest C. P. Hj. Agent for full information. TRIM CAREFULLY AftOUND BORDER VOTING COUPON DAILY HERALD FIVE VOTES For any regularly-nominated candidate in the Daily Herald's Gfreat Prize Contest. (Name w District No. .L -.._'. (Address.) This package contains........ votes Void after January 4 for the Herald for an unreasonable number of years. No such, "yarns" liave been passed buck to the contest office and they can't "come back" when there is no foundation for such fairy tales. Considering, that this is the week before Christmas, the volume of bus- iness received at the contest office has been remarkagly large. Candidates seem to.appreciate that, no time should be lost in getting after votes (subscri- Of course, newspaper coup- oils count too, but paper votes only help; will be won with vot- ing certificates issued with subscrip- tion payments, j Time flies. Just one month form this evening the Herald voting con- test will "close. If you haven't done your best the. past month, be sure you "dig in .the tKe last month. It's, worth. your while. After next Mon- day don your Christmas smile and forget the English language contains such a word as "No." Don't take a turn-down from anybody. Old subscri- bers can not refuse to help you, and new subscribers will be glad they be- came readers of The Herald before the paper has been coming to their-homes a week. This is About Bouncer Herald received Bouncer's re- gistration certificate yesterday. His' number is His name and ped- igree is duly registered in the Ameri- can Shetland Pony Club, of .Lafayette Indiana. black; foaled May sire, Hamlet, 4764 dam, Birdie, 5935; "bred by L. Mar- pies, the, Hairtney man. The pony is only a :mite, but there is class to him all right.- P.eggie Craig was a happy girl yes- terday, for she had the first drive ol; all the in the new buggy. from Boimell's livery stables jto i.er. home in' the North Ward and back to Bouncer's tempor- ary It is now up to the North Warders to'come across with, the vot- es to help Peggie in the contest. George E. of Pincher Creek, enters the Herald contest to- day. He comes into the game-at a good tini'e, when the contest is. hot and business is easy to get. Besides Jr'incher Creek and vicinity is a field that offers a good opportunity to a worfeer. We purchased several hundred early in the season for Christmas delivery. We have no cold storage turkeys in shop. If you want any before they are all sold out ad at once, and Phone 452 A DPI ANFY iJu 1 HilLBlock Pkone 452 VOTING--, POWER OF SUBSCRIP- TIONS AND-T.HE PRICE OF THE HERALD Daily By CarrierBy Mail New Old 6 Months 2.00 1200 600 1 Year 4.00 3.00 .30QO 1500 12 Years.... 9000 4500, 12.00 r" '3.00 -15000 7500 20.00 15.00 27000 13500 3 Years 5 Years Weekly 1. Year 2 Years" 3 Years 5 Years V1500 750 3-XQ 3500 550JJ, J.2500 7.50 10000 EXCURSIONS SINGLE FAKE PLUS 52 FOR ROUND TRIP From all stations in Ontario. Fort Arthur _and West, Manito ba, Saskatchewan and Alberta Victoria and Westminster Tickets on sale December 15, 16 and 17, 1910; January 20, 21, 22 and 23 and February 14, 15 and 16, 1911; good to re- lurn within "three months :ror.i date of issue: .v.'pjy 10 rarest C. P. Ry. for full information. Megan Lloyd-George, daughter of the chancellor of the exchequer of i-'ngland, Is attracting much atten- tion in London. She is young, small j and (Jainty and far too youthful to) make her appearance in society. She however, lias many activities, and is a frequent companion of her father when the chancellor attends to pub-1 lie duties. Chili's 899 postoffices serve a.bout persons STANDINGJKANDIDATES Votes Wrll be Added Again for la'sue of The Herald GRAJVDPKIZES McLaughlin-Buick Touring Car.. tour, taking in Coronation of King George, or in caeh Building.Lot. 1 DISTRICT PRIZES DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT or DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip or D2VISION A. At least one of the grand prizes gc to this division. District No. that part of the City of Lethbridge lying north and east of the following boundary: Third Ave., from First Street, to Sixth Street, south on Sixth to Fourth Ave., east on Fourth Ave. 10 MevenTh ,su. south 01: Eleventh to city limits. At least two of the prizes so to this district. Mrs. A. E. HUMPHRIES, cor. Tenth St. and Second CAMPBELL 1304- Sixth MISS GRACE PROUSE, 59 Argyle Ave..................43.505 ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 McBe'tJ: HAROLD KERR, 444 Torrance CHRIS. GIBSON, Agnew and Westminster District No. that part of the city of Lethbridge lying south and west of the above boundary. At least two oi the prizes go to this district MME. E. NORMAN, 622 Sixth Ave. South MISS OLIVE DAVIES, 406 Fifth Ave. MiSS LIZZIE SHIRLEY, 302 Sixth Ave. A. South MISS AGNES DOWSETT, 907 Seventh Ave. South DIVISION B. At (east one of the grand prizes go to this division. District No. all towns in Southern'Alberta and Eastern Bri- j tish Columbia over population. At least two of trie prizes go to this j- district. MISS EDITH HARKER, Csrdston, Alfa...................63280 D. W. COULTER- MISS MARY MACKENZIE, Macleod, D. R. WARE, Medicine Hat, Alta, JOHN R. M.acDONALD, Hosme.r, B. MISS ELIZABETH McDONAL D, Frank, A. J. HUDSON, Magrath, Alta...............................70 GEORGE E. PELLETIER, Pincher Creek....................... District No. all towns m Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia, under population. At least two of the prizes go to this district. KATHLEEN R. FARRELL. Coutts, Alta. D. L.. KIMBALL, Grassy Lake, MiSS EMILY MILLER, Bow Island, Alta............. 3l'o50 MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, STANLEY W. WELCH, Barons, Alta................. MISS LILLIE MAY TIERNEY, Burdett, SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys anc girls under 15 years of age. ALICE SPARKS, Raymond, RUSSELL DJDLEY, Fernle. B. C................. WINNIE SELLENS, 908 Seventh St. PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 Fourth Ave. North AGNES KERR, 477 Fourteenth St.......................11430 ADA MURRAY. 1104 Courtland JENNY McNULTY, 418 Wilson JAMES NISBET, Stafford Village WALTER PA-MER, Grassy Lake, NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Horn GEORGE SUP1NA, 334 Westminster THE HEKALD'S Automobile and European Tour Contest NOMINATION BLANK This nomination 'does not count as a vote and need be sent in but once for each can- didate. I Nominate (Name of Candidate) District No. (Street or Town) Signed (Name of Nominator) Address the candidate wishes to compete for the Shetland Pany, sign name be- low. Competing for Shetland Pony Vn TRAIN IN GOT VESSEL OFF THE REEF Fort-William; Dec. steam- er Dunelm was floated by the Cana- dian Wrecking.Co. at S a. m. today, clearing her into deep wa- ter off the fe'el OIL which she ran on Wednesday -morning, Dec. 7th. The wrecking fleet have hauled her.-mjo shelter and she now lies' in .Duncan Bay at -the head ing made water tight and will this- DEATH OF E n FATHER Pincher has just reached here-'of the death at Carleton Place, of Mr. ron. fatter of John :Herron, M: of this place. Deceased was -in. his 89th. year and .leaves feteMr. was born' in Armagh, vas-oue of the "oldest .Since .December 9th it has been a battlfe between the wrecking company and. elements, and-the success of the Port'Arthur firm is.highly creditable. When, the Inland Lake line owners of the vessel abandoned her to inder- rtf was considered that there poor chance of the i-uo.- and most highly esteemed. residents of which he <-.nn -with his parents in 1833. A young man. named. Daves was up before Mag-is tiate': Mowat- and Inspec- tor Belcher, charged .tritk-attempting to. sell iurniture ...under false pretenc- es. He pleaded- guilty and Avas seu- the Canadian Towing Wrecking Co. were working, this iast seven days un "No cure no .pay" principle. ft HEART OF CITY Daring Hignwaj'man Op- erates Successfully in tl Paso, Texas El Paso. Sunset Ex- press, the Southern Pacific through train from San Francisco to Or- leans, xvas ronbeti in t-he heart ol this city ai o'clock tonight jy a high way man. The bandit boarded the observation car as it was leaving the station. With two drawn revolvers h? forced a porter to walk ahead of him through the Pullman and com- manded the passengers to stand and deliver. He1 in mc'uev and uvo railway tickets. After run- ning two blocks the robber command- ed a brakeman lo slop the train. As it slowed he jumped off and riis- Christmas Gifts 'Sterling Silver round, oval and to Sterling Silver Snuff Boxes Silver Plate. Sterling Silver Card Sterling Silver Cigar Cases to Cigarette Silver Sterling to Cigarette Boxes, Rosewood, Sterling Mounted. to Bottle Opener, Sterling Mustard Pots to Tea Strainers, Sterling ony Handles Eb- Cigar Cases, Sterling Silver to Tea Strainer ling Silver. Holder. Ster- Strainer er Holder with Strain- tenced to months, in MacLeod jail.. -V Ed. Fitzpatrick lad one of-his legs elm seeing port again and .hi brofcen in two jlaces.the other day, writers "were-not more sanguine, for ple was attempting'to when his horse fell-: oh him, and It was nearly an.hour before he was discovered.- Brock Godfrey on a six weeks' visit to his at Montreal this week. v W. H. Dixon, -who left Spring Ridge some weeks ago for Vancouver, has now secured a good position "with, the Canadian National Investors, Ltd., of that city. The marriage of Miss 'Annie Laura E-. Cadham, oi Portage La .Prairie, Man., to Capt. D. M, Ormond, barris of this announced for Monday, December 26th. hockey dance tafces iplace at on December 2Sth. Emerson Allison is away on a trip to Cotton, and-rumor has it that Jdiss Maude Ellison, 01 .that place will return with, him as his bride. J. C. Wright has gone to spend the winter in Lanark, Out. T, H. Scott left for Ottawa on Tuesday will spend a few weeks in that city. Mr. King, accountant in tfcc Union Bank here, will spend the Christmas holidavs in Govan, Man, S. Lynch left this week for Mon- tana, where he will spend the Christ- mas holidays. On the occasion of Miss Oxley sev- ering her with the Chip- j man Creek school after teaching there j for four years, that lady was on j Tuesday presented with a goW brace-! let and" aa address from the .parents j and pupils. An enjoyable programme followed. A.minstrel show by local talent is under preparation at Fishburn. W, Richard has left Pincher Creek fcr Karnloops, B. C., where he now holds a position as manager of a manager of a large fruit farm. He was given a send-oR at the King Ed- ward before kaving. Special service are to be held on Sunday morning, and a musical ser- vice in the evening. "My Wife's Family" by Miss Leah Stoddart and Company, drew a good crowd to th-e opera 'house Tuesday night. The show was a good one chuck full of fun. For taking a coat that did not be- long to a young man named Chas. Matheson, was brought before three magistrates last night, and sen- tenced to three months in Maclcod jail. MathesoB was- out on bail and was under promise to mend his ways. He was a star hockey player. A half section of land in the Hali- fax Lakes district was sold bv J. W. Harwood. He also disposed of a three- quarter section, four milss south oc here, the property of J. Hepner, to D. Akers. of. North Dakota. J. E. Wood left on Mon-day for Ot- i tawa and other points in Ontario. A. W. Larmour has gone to Toron- to to spend Christmas and Years with relatives there. M. D. Couch was a visitor to town for a few days recently. Good ice is now the order oi things at tic rink since the dropped. FIERCE DEBATE IN FRENCH CHAMBER Madrid, i3ec. corred In the chamber tween the socialists -and repuWlcins': aenor-Barroui- and 'his Seuors Azzarats and' Inglezais debate on. affairs. Barcelona made' a. pression on political circleis. MonarcTi-: "exultant and believe ture will prove a severe 'publicanlsm. debate resumed, Senor Nolla :rosc and began a -speech by he' loiow wnether throTr; "k'-. Dom-b -at ;tae ministerial, bench. fiercely attacked C3anr alejos, declaring him a. renegade ical, alleged that- the premier cognizant of a secret me-prime minister, Senor "Moret aixd' thV'Pope, -ib'ir whiciL the was tojbe KarliJsvba condition "tHat- "the .latter s son, Prince'Jaime marry a, princess of the Asturias, a sister of King Al- fonso. Cork ed Screw, Sterling Mount- JEWELER OLIVER BLK. ROUND Christmas Gifts A Large Shipment of CUTLERY just received Carvers from 92.50 to 98.00- We have a good assortment of Henry Rogers Sous' popular make." Spoons, knives and forks in the celebrated Znrwood Sugar Shells. Berry Spoons, Cold Meat Forks, Butter Knives, Gravv Ladles, In the hand- some Louis Above lines are all triple plated and guaranteed You will save money by In- specting our -slouk before buying else- where. Small profits and quick re- turns. C. G. Olander GENERAL HARDWARE 524 North ;