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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY' IIKRALP .SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, PAGE TWELVE Herald's Bis? Automobile Contest Closes at Midnight Tonight 1 ,ii, incmej-.orilw-s, etc.. uiiiy also be i.ioi-iil.is, All Si %w -T-- 1 WISE WILL ENDEAVOR TO BREAK ALL RECORDS THIS LAST IOC, VVUM- i0 .....uiMrn Secure every available vote and subscription. It will too Ul( story. Thai- Minle a IVw candidates are hoUHhtf back renerves, and some oi them test nnd the number of votes that liiive liecn cus; in Urc cadi up to 'J o'clock this 351.200 Miss Louise Arnold. Carmangay. Alt? Miss Wera .Ainlay. Alt, J 87.800 10.850 Miss Stella L.' Agar. Sow Island, Miss R. Brsckenndge, Pmcher Creek, Alta Mrs. John Bullman, Warner, Alts. Mr. C. E. Beynor. Magrath. Alts Mr. J. J. Bellinguire. Tsjer. Alta. Miss Golda Backus. Taoer. Alta., 21.900 2.367.900 Alta 190.800 Mr. Ralph K. Cameron. Natal. 3. C 189.900 Miss Clara Cody. Ferme. B. C 83.1CO Mrs. Cora Douglas. 'i.Nallt.on. A.ta. Clara Diemert. Champion. Alta Mrs. E. W. Durning. Clarcsholm. Aita 831.200 1 353.000 132.800 250.200 8.900 S6C.300 M- Miss Kate Matkin, Cardston. Alta Miss Jane Maxwell, Burdett, Alta. Mr. E. 0. Merriman. Rctir.w, Alra Miss Anna Matheson. Grassy Lake. Alta v...... Malcolm' McPKetererOc-ir.- tethbridge Mrs. N. M. Piton, 205 Fifth Ave. S., Lcthbrit.se Mf.'.Flnlay E.jRoss, 519 Sixth St.. LethbridBc ivl rs! A. Smifhr Granurn1 A ti i-iMiss'OiT'i'e Smith, Sarons Mr. Gerald Sincteir. Milk River, Alt Miss Jessie G. Shead, Pincher Creek, Alta. Miss Edr.a Thompson, Bex 24, Wardner, B. C. Mrs Lou Thompson, Box Raymond, Alta. Miss Mabel Tbfieland, Taper Alta Miss Bessie Thomas, rMta Miss Ferii" Workman, Box Masleoo'r Alta. Mrs. Teddy Wincheombe, Wlnnifred, Alta. TO INSURE. ACCURACYi'ALL, VOTES ARE COUHTEJJ BURROUGHS' ADDING ___ siooo 3 3112700 ON, A The Second Prize m rhe'Contest is a 5 Passenger Chevrolet Touring Car )17 mode! cuunipcd Flectntilh pieces. Pur- chased from and on exhibi- tion at Wright's. 12. Cabinet of Commun- pieces. ;Pur. S .chased on exHIbt- tion-at Wrights. loVi ft aiJLvely untii.end IS, jove'r In The iirizes will bp by vote. f' i i- V Tbe candidate; haying tlie highest. votes ,by mid- night December 23rd, Tvill b3 given the first prize, the 7-pas- eenger gtudebakcr, or in Cash by the the even: v, st sell tj'( "ar The candidate havng tht "ec ond bigliect number ot -votes OB the above nigat will be ihe 2nd prize ind so on down through the. list at prizes. The First Prize in the Contest is a 7-Passenger Stude- baker Touring Car fully equipped. Electrically lighten and started. Cash value or The Herald 1.111 give the winning candidate Cash, in the'event they prefer caah to an automobils. Studebakor purchased, from and on exhibition at The Studebater Garaee 332 6tb Street South, Lethbridee. ._ The Seventh Prize in the Contest is a Fumed Oak Dinirig Room Set Consisting 6 'ground pedestal table, one arm chairand fitfe ining ihairc and one buffet Purchased from and on exhibition ae The above is not an exact reproduction. dining Sawden Bro: A candidate le not required to ba a regular subscriber or agent to The Herald to enter the competition. Persons who enter and tako part In tliis Trize 'Contest, therefore, bind themselves to abide by the foregoing rules. Organizations cannot enter and com- pete for the prizes. Second Payment Subscriptions If vou have'worked your territory thoroughly and do not know where to turn to for not call on the towns, or see the farmers, in Ihr iflill Oi if vou aie not in a position to set out of town win no.t m lo _ t seiouil naMr-ei-is from the sub' scnoeis who Hort term tiibscrlp'tons' Tou can gain mam tins win for instmci Suppose Mr gave vou a sis month'? suUciintion Ihe first Contest vvuen ilie first vote schedule 'vas in foup Ion I 500 votes for this months subsmpt on Isow if vou tan get Mr A to give von anotliei six monilis ivhicli viould luji-e up a full vcai t subscription JOH vull receive additional lotes 'or the second of slv months to lial Ince up the votes foi a full >ear during tlie period when the first pavment made If this first six moutl-t, of 51r. A s was a new subscnptioii jou svould receive votes in addition to the Or Mr A gave xob one years suiibcnption between the dates of Noi 13th and ]8tli lou recened 11, 00 votes if it was an old subscription Nov. If le a ses 5011 another four jears to make up the full five jears jon would receive the difference between votes uhich nas gnei! for a five year subscription, between the dates of NburfHh mrt iSth and tlie 11 '00 vou lime alreadj received or votes. In figurine up the votes for second payments compute them on the ached lie in when the first jaspttirned. inlo tea QontesJ. qffice [liiunt the inpK offer triple totes be given for second payments also After vou computed the iiumtei of votes allowed you for the second payment, multip'j the of voted bv. three of tL's And are lo be marl od 'Second Pay I ment on the receipt stub and on fhe back ol the stub >ou must write when the first payment vyas turned in; whether the original subscrip tlon vvjs nen or also tli" icceipt rinraber of. tlie first payments VOTE SCHEDULE TRIPLED The vote schedule for the last week of the Contest'is the last iveek's. it is as follows: The Tripje Schedule Price TI l j m S.CKl i oo JC.Wl Six Jlonths One Yen! Two Years Three Yeais Four Years Five Years ?itfm Fxli i lor new busme'-s tuple i Tuple will be on second pajments is ut inilh on this paee. outi i i.COfl. UD.OOO Closing Rules of tlie Contest 1 UI C uulidat m SPCUIO and stiii cniiuons hy to m Imglil (nihcr nl Result1- fn m ca.iuHcij.tt s muss rfncivus Hot lilt tlidii noon lue (I ij MtcunhM 2f th HIP Officr IK clobtd ill Christmas; also after, (i Saturday. Uacx'inber cify Cancli- (1 ites may brina in their results a ml. reserve'votes Tuesciay morning following the c-loso of tin; Contest. Out-of-town Candidates may get their money orders, drafts, elf the Tuesday morning following (lift dose of the" Contest-, and then mail in their results and reserves on the next mail. 4. .All checks must bft marked "Accepted'' by UK- on which Ihey art; drawn. Oo not present mnmirked checks "the.'closing week ui the contest, for they will not be accepted in payment for subscriptions. All votes'fcnd subscriptions must, be Bailor, IJox by 8 o'clock Thursday evening, December 2Stb', for the judges .will begin the Finn! .Count-'promptly at that hour, arid anyihing coming in later, than tiifi hour mentioned above will aylve too late to lie counted. Candidates Jivin: .on-lines'ha vinj? poor tvaiu service would do well .to put a special doHverj stamp on their letters. reraehiber that-1 In; (.Jhriatnsas rush ol' mail may cause somo delay; It might be a wise plan, to -in reserve votes at, onc-r o the> be tf jeacli iThe> will be lu.ld io. the Final Counl if (he candidate" Al! chcctf) Uiafta monej oiders etc uc to it m nK pd> ibli to The Lethbrldgelleraid. 7 AH tetters tor thf Dtpaitnicin him ltd hi to tin to delay in fnfhm.? iliclt n sffnitim the Conte.1 closed today According to the votes polled for cand.dates by 9 o clock this morning the prizes would be awarded ae follows 1st The hCAeii Passenger S Mrs P V Smith Giaiium Alta 2nd 5-Passeuger Cl 51103 Stella Island, Alta 3i-d illis Piano. Pun i's-lcod 4th !hl73.00 Cabinol onVallhfc Siher Mi s hene Benolt Noblefoid Alta .172700 votes Columbia Oraphophone. s Oolil- Bicku? Taber Alta _> TV 100 votes (itii Cabinet m Kogci'h' Silver Mi's Oluo Smith Baions A1U 2242iOOioles 71U Fumed Oak Diniug -Set. Mi's Bessie rhoroa- Brant Alta lotes Cabinet ot Rogers' Siher Mf H rw Stafforlulle Alta votes !Hh .fioO.OO Cabinet ol Uogers1 Kiher Alit I ou 1 Raymond Uta 1 4jl 900 voteb Hand} lessie Shtaj Pincln-i Cieek Mta 1 >T> 100 lotei. 1'lth Cabinet ot Coiniimiiitj Si her. Ahs N Piton Alti 1 '148SO votes 12th Cabinet ol Ooiiiiniiiuij SiUer. Mis- tarle t ethbridgt Mta 1 The Jces fiot close until at 9 f rn. y be chang-s in standings of candidates before tin at rp. and thei'e at 'one 10TH PRIZE The candidate having the leutli highest num- ber of Azotes by mid- night, Dec. 23rd, will be given a useful Kitchen Cabinet pur- chased from and on ex- hibition, Bavulcn A WARNING rrora the Rulei o' the Contcgt To catli and even candidate Tiho works activolj up to the Close at the contest and does not ot the urines we will give 10 per cent commission on all subscrip tion rnonev which they hale tuned in provided the amount tunifd m b> said aotlle candidates s.uui of S25 00 lUve vou turned in ?2r> 00 worth of subscriptions' Beltoi hurrj or >oui foi copimission are slim. I Ale yoji working attlveij up to the close of the'contest? ftemfm- her the rule calls foi both eonill lions to.be fulfilled. If yon; already turned in ?26 00 and doubt ablilts to lie k yinnei our inVirS Iq for you to keep on Viking actively lu the close of -ihe contest so flint yd i "at least, got 'sour. 10 pei cent commission Address all com- municatioMs to PRIZE CONTEST DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE HERILD ;