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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 27, 1909 PAGE FIVE Cold Weather Is Coming I on tfoat new house of yours will keep out the cold aad reduce your fuel account. NOW is the time to act. Ring up 153 and we -will give you an estimate on same. We Handle Lumber Office and Factory COP. ROUND and BDMP1S STREETS f Telephone Yard, Smith St Phone 195 Phone 103 tor and Sound Oats i Any quantity deliver- ed promptly to any part of the city PRICES THE LOWEST T, A, Easton Office in Easton's 5 Harness Shop Box 201 CANADIAN mm Excursions Single Fare Pius for the Round Trip Prom all stations in Ontario, Port Arthur and West, Man- itoba, Saskatchewan and Al- berta, to Also to OKANAGAN VAL- LEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tickets on sale December 16, 17, IS, 1909; January 21, 22, 23 and 24; February 15, ic! 17, 1910; good to return within three months. CANDIDATES WILL WIN Does It Pay To Keep Busy Now Well, Christmas is over and every- body should with the" "outgo" and the "intake." Ex- changes of presents always comes out about even, and those who thought they could not give a yearly subscrip- tion to 'a worthy candidate will no doubt make it two years when ap- SUNLIGHT SOA THIS IS IT! The soap that saves you work, and saves you money without injury to hands or article. Sunlight Soap turns wash- tub drudgery into pleasure. Get a bar of Sunlight to-day and try. Follow Directions. Football Match Keenly Con- tested On Christmas Day THIRD ANNUAL INLAND EMPIRE JL T T T T T T T I JL T T I T I T X T TO Life buoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or toilet. For wash- ing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and purifies. On Christmas afternoon there was played one the most exciting games of football played on the; square this year. The ground wasj covered with a little snow which j made accurate playing rather more! If a player received a tum- ble he kept cool, Rot up and went at li. t T X Considering the state of the ground ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, in- clusive, good to return within three months. Tickets issued in connection Atlantic Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21 and limited to five months from date of issue. Finest Equipment, Standard First Jlass and Tourist Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars on all Through Trains. Gompartrnent Library Observation lais on "Imperial Limited" and "At- PONY EXPRESS Furniture, Trunks, etc., taken to any part of the city. J. ffiliS PHONE 532 Ring Up 108 when you want BRAYING done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE the game was remarkably free ac- cidents and rough play was conspicu- iMrs. Cotton have a good its absence, with a verv few votes to gain to re-1 The Taber team arrived on the j place some of those higher up. The noon train. They arc a husky bunch competition is' remarkably even in District 2, according to the published score on Saturday. Should one of the grand prizes go to this district, there" would- not be enough "active" candidates to take up all the prizes apportioned to the district. We do not consider a candidate very active who can not gather or votes.. However, the vote in the paper should not be taken too seriously. If I candidates wish to vote the certifi- cates as issued, that is their priv- ilege, if they desire to hold the votes until some other time or add to their reserve, that is also their own affair. The contest man does not know anything for publication or to give out. If the candidate is mum, then mum's the word all along the line. 'But Taber" toon is says he. who "ken" considerable about foot- ball. With them came their trainer. Mr. Ramsay, who early in the season j lined in this city and worked so hard for the Gallics and the city team as their trainer, best the Up to half time it looked as. if the Taber team would win for the score stood 2 to 0 in their favor. Some spectators getting cold feet took a walk around the block and returned to find the Callies had rallied and the! score was a tie. Then the snow California BETTER THAN EVER VIA SOO-SPOKANE 0. R. N. ROUTE Leaves Spokane JAN. 17 Reduced rates from all points on C. P. R., Medicine Hut and West. Also SPECIAL SLEEPERS on Soo-Spo- kane-Portland regular traia Jan. 16. Tickets limited 90 daws with stop over privileges returning, and include Pull- man Berth, all meals in diner, at hotels, side trips and on- tertuinmiHit en route on going- trip of six days. Reserve berths now. Only a limited number can be accommodated as cars positively will not be crowded. Two tickets entitle to a lull section. Ask your agent for itinerary and full information or write T J- T W. R. SKEY, Travelling Passenger Agent 0. R. N. Co., 601 Spragne Avenue., Spokane, "Wash. game till the end when the score! stood 3 to 3. So it was nobody's game. Trainer Ramsay saw his ol lantic 3 Throufh Express Trains Daily (District No. 2) ..HJ2 At any rate, waste a single that wero something for I nothing. The interested spectators increased their cheering and forgot The hoys in purple and the red shirt-; jriends the Callies save themselves ed Callies got down to business. Thejfrom dcfeat_ Fond memory m crowd had something to cheer for aijdlhim .vhisper> cThcy dinna forRet." thnsn who had not bought badges felt from now until the finish. One I THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.40, mat- ing connections at Toronto ta aJl points East and West thereof. The "Imperial Limited" leaves Win- nipeg daily at 18.15, and the "Atlantic Express" at -8.00 daily making con- nections at Montreal for all points East .tihereof Apply to the Nearest C. P. R. Agtnt .for full information PROMINENT FINANCIER DEAD Pittsburg, Dec. W. Friend, vice president of the Pressrod Steel Car Co., and a director in many [inancial and industrial institutions of this city, died at his home here last nisht following a brit-f illness. (V! preached again. The old saying, "More blessed to give than to re- ceive." if put into practice by the Herald subscribers, will be appreciat- ed by the many hustling candidates. The "field is very far from covered. Of about daily subscribers for the Herald when the contest was an- nounced, a very small proportion have so far taken advantage of the "fran- chise." Those who have voted may vote again if they desire, and those who have not should avoid the rush and get in their votes this week, and helr> a candidate fill one of the cash clubs and get a big bunch of 3 i extra free votes. I Don't Hold Back Subscriptions Candidates who are holding back subscriptions until the last week, ex- pecting a better ratio of votes, -will be sadly disappointed. Wjhile the present cash club offer is not quite as profitable as the five-year clubs, subscriptions will never bring more votes than will be. given this week. This is a fact. Better hurry. A Review of the Districts The candidates in the. two .districts should make a careful study of the vote in their division and figure out the opportunity presented to them to win one of the prizes given by the Herald. District No. 1 This district comprises all of the city of Lethbridge. While there are of your" prize. Get every subscription Both teams retired to the Caledon- ian Hall and banqueted together at the Alexandra Cafe. Then in the ev- Christmas dance was g ven in VI J W I.LI J.> J. V f T (3, 1-3 UJJUCfcO U. you can; no one can do more. the north wind. It was anybody's, tjje Caledonian Hall. fourteen candidates in this district, there are but ten with a vote of over Naturally no one expects to win a prize with so small a vote. In fact, no candidate should take much of a breathing spell until after or votes are gathered, and not stop long even then. Miss Cronkhite had the lead of this dis- trict on Saturday, as well as being Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPL1 Piano Covers Japanese Robes Silk Waist Patterns Handkerchiefs Tai Chang Co. SHEStOCS BU. BiyN ST. The line-up Lawson, Bateman, Stev- enson, Walker, Cumrnings, Carr, Pat- terson, R. McKay, t. Carney Riley. Boothman. Trainer, Ramsay. Smith, Ander- son Crawford, Kellie, Mcll- vanie, Marr, Page, Muir, W-emyss-, Ol- iver. Trainer, W. Scott. Moore. On Jan. 10, 1910, there are a great many townships of land to be opened for settle- ment, in the Chin Coulee dis- trict, south of Grassy Lake. Anyone desiring to be lo- cated on any part of this dis- trict can get full accommoda- tion at The Grassy Lake Liv- ery. t HOTEL PASO ROBLES, HOT SPRINGS, CAL. The third annual midwinter California excursion, of which the second grand prize winner in The Herald contest may be a member, will spend a half dozen hours on January 22 at this hotel and noted beach.______ Sandy Patterson scored twice andjo Tom Carney once for Taber, Moore, Oliver and Page did the shoot inr for the Callies. McKay and Ste- venson, now Taber, played with the Callies early'in the season. Both teams played football of a high order both as to individual and combina- tion play. But the Taber hoys seem- ed at first to understand playing in the snow and were better in prac- tice. Still the Callies did well to save the game which many considered lost. It speaks well for the pluck of the Scotch, which is hard to beat. HERALD NEWSBOYS CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS On Christmas evening before start- ing out with the Daily Herald carrier boys were invited into the manager's office and each carrier boy received a Christmas gift of a jack knife and a necktie from the Herald management. Redshaw. of the North Ward- route, was declared the winner of the fine new bicycle, for he had Miss "Heather third. Miss Lauman the fewest complaints for misses. stood first in the district prizes, with Allen. Miss Gibson, Miss Gilles- H i pie, Mr. Kilner and Miss Kerr second, fourth, fifth, and sixth respect- U lively. That leaves about votes be divided among five candidates who are not, at this stage, in the win- ning division. With two full weeks to go. and an offer of to the can- H didaie turning in the most money for shade under Friday's close and strengthened up selling about a cent. in Minneapolis and half a cent up ir. Winnipeg, the price did not hold, the market sagging oif before the close. There was not much news of any cHs- cription to affect prices but sentiment is bullish anu there is a large shor; interest which holds the John Emery, a known cigar dealer of Victoria and a native of Quebec, died suddenly last night. After giving cheers for the Herald j 34 May 37 1-S. and for Redshaw, the winner, the lads mounted Redshaw on his bicycle and carried him downstairs. The lads of business Who sell the Herald on the streets were also given a treat of candy and oranges. WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Dec. being NEW subscriptions to act as an in-j holiday Liverpool there were no centivc, some surprises should mater- ialize. No candidate has a vote in this district which can not be equal- by any other candidate who has necessary staying qualities and the "go-after-the-subscriptions-in-earn- cables" today. All markets opened o NEWS NOTES OF THE PASS Frank .Alta., Dec. Herald's voting contest is arousing keen in- terest in the Pass. Miss Mary Sun- strum, the candidate of the district, is probably the most popular person that could have been selected in the Fire on Granvillc St., Halifax, community and people gener- midnight Christmas night destroyed nroporty valued at and im- perilled the business section of the Winnipeg, Dec. opened 101 1-S; May 104 1-2. Closed: Dec. 101 1-2; May With this last year's g: experience in driving land seekers, we know the.'xsp country thoroughly and can guarantee satisfac- tion as homestead- locat- ers. 0 We have made arrange- ments in the country to accommodate land seekers who desire to stay over night. o H A line will run 'between Grassy Lake and il Chin Coulee Monday and Thursday of each week. Gallagher Sons Grassy Lake, Alta. citv. The chief sufferers were: R. M. Leroc building and stock of furs, and the building and music stock of A. L. and W. M. Gates. ally are taking the liveliest interest in her success. All hope to see her capture the capital prize. It is stated that the Provincial gov- ernment has authorized the straight- ening of the bridges over the Old Man river between Frank and Blair- more, affording a much needed im- provement of the road through the district. Piles have been ordered and it is understood a bridge gang will be here to begin the work very short- ly. The International Coal and, Coke Company of Coleman is preparing to sink a slope in its main mine. Dur- ing tue year the work of driving cross cuts between Nos. 2 and 4 seams to afford station room for the storage of cars from the slope and passbys has been in progress. This is now about completed and the sinking of Slope No. 4 will begin about the first of the year. The slope will be sunk about 500 feet in from the portal of the main entry and will enable the company to work the coal below the level of the present working tunnels of both seams. It will be the means of vastly increasing the company's already big output. The New King and Queen Of the Belgians, the Crown Prince and Premier est" ability. District No. This uisiricL iliCiilueS tory outside of Lethbridge. LUC And that a number of candidates are makin a fine race is attested by the figures. Miss McKay was first on Saturday, with the "mere men" (Messrs. Camp- bell and Johnson) holding second and third places. Miss Sunstruiri, Miss Matson and Miss Witbeck are also "in the prizes." Miss Bobbie and 4> II I I! ,--------------------__------ J f OFFICE: Brown Baiiding Crabh Street Electricians Supplies. Insulated Wires. Brass Goods. Electric Heaters. Glassware Gasoline Ignition Material. Iron Conduit Systems Single Two Phase Motors. Telephones and Bells. Complete Electrical Installations and General Electric Repairs._________ W..L. McKenzie Co. Phone 204 Reilpath Street A Place Your Orders for ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME! Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 i TON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the Bf ST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And io :ool, bright and pleasant, Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block ;