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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta December 28, THE LETHBMDGE BAILT PugeS Canadian Railway FIRST s, Cal BY SPECIAL TRASN FROM SPOKANE, WASH., TUESu. .TAX. 17, Tickets on sale Jan. 14. 15. 10 and 17, -V Final return limit 90 days -FKOM LETHBRIBGE TO ANGELES AND KETF LOS Going arid. .returning via .Spokane i 55 Going via S'pbkane; returning via Seattle Above fares include berth and meals from Spokane on going trip. V For full" information regarding tliese and other excursion rates. apply to nearest R.v. Agent, or to K. G. District Passenger Calgary, Aka- DIDN'T LIKE THE PRESENT Coleridge Christmas Af- fair Scene of a Slight Disturbance Coleridge, Doc. Christinas tree and literary entertainment ad- vertised to takt- place in the puhlic school came off on Friday, evening last, the 23rd iusi. The school ruom Jacks, and Santa Claus was in an umisualh liberal moo.d as he provided not oiily one but two Ohristiras trees, both heavily ladczi with presents for the children. Refreshments were first, served a'tfi' which a program 'of sonss and reci- tations was given by the children. extra votes for worth Then the children's hearts were glad- j of subscription when the subscrip- by an improvised Santa Ciaus, tions are, included in the five-year clubs. You get just as many extra votes for an old as for a new subscrip- USE THE SLEDGE-HAMMER WHILE THEJRON IS HOT Forge a Five-Year Club for .Votes Every Day While the Club Offer is on-After Next Wednesday it Will be too Late-Pile Up a Reserve While Subscriptions Count for, the Most-Votes CUT THIS OUT The bargain period of the Herald's great contest will last only a few days longer. -The clubs for extra votes is much the best- offer -of the contest. .It amounts to exactly 1000 CHRISTMAS AT .WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF f ILK RIVER Mount Aetna, Sicily, is in.eruption and the people .are jn terror. A. S. Murd. -'K. r.C', a prominent Sherbrooki.% is dead. A smallpox has broken out a-very enjoyable time, as'ifiajneopie i'a town and from the surfJQtnftting country met to listen to a Christmas program. I first-oi many to be held ii; Milk .-River. The children in reci- j 4iiuoa aid acquitr-ed themselves; The older ones who "took.pari ,in the -exercises, gave that j bi a liigtr order. This newest ot the excellent "Talent, r A finely. decora ted tree was one of j old time attractions. Our atxen- Five men were killed in- a railway Iron., is Cabled to the. first Christmas j collision at-Sail Cr-eelc, 0., yester- 'tree'pf 1200 years ago a-nd the sym- j day. bot contained .in it, cniefest of all he- ing opward tendency of the noble i Victor "E. Moricr was elected to fill pi tlic-' world's j a vacancy. in the .Centre Ward for Retiseijier ana its influence on human Montreal" CUv Council. The Northern 'Bank oi York iias suspended parment. It has de- posits .of-nearlv seTen million dollars. One hundred and fifty-three persons I were up in the. Torqji.to police courts for celebrating Christinas unwiselv. who distributed the things from the Christmas trees. A little unpleasantness was caused near the close by a resident of the town- took offence at one of the presents and expressed him- self so forcibly that a disturbance wa-.s created. Rev. Mr. Ilenscji preached an excel- lent Christmas sermon in tli-e-'Fresby- U'riau church yesterday afternoon. He announced aaoihcr service lor -ZVlpuday evening, Jan. 2nd; and the' annual business meeting -6C the congregation for the third Monday in January. The public school closed for the Christmas vacation 011 'Friday last and will re-open em Tuesday the 3rd of January, 1911, Mr. and Mrs. England 4a'nd children tion. After the close of the club offer but nineteen more days remain until the close oi the contest. Candidates can. (if they try) roll up a very large vote before January 4. but there are always a great, many promises left over for the end of the contest. Nat- urally, in order to not maKe too much difference in the vote, another extra vote offer' will be given, but it will be a reduction' of at least 25 per cent under the one in force. Candidates should work NO.W. Pro- mises are all very well, but a. voting certificate in your pocket is worth OL Milestone. Sasi'., are spending; the I several uncollected promises. Christmas holidays with their broth- ft js not necessary- for the contest er-in-law. Jlr. Nicholson at the Cecil restaur- ant. Mr. Coolc. night operator at the station spent Christmas with friends at G-ulI Lake, Sas'k. Miss "H. E. Wood, bi Chicago, .spent Editor to review the progress made in each of the districts every day. Every time the .standing of the candidates is "published, tire contestants ves and their friends do a little re iSuick auto, in sold and ?400 building- lots are on the topmost limb prize auto a little higher up than the other grand-prizes. Tnere are ho little runty prizes; but the and 525 prizes are naturally-on the lower limbs. If a candidate goes after the auto, with a pole of subscriptions) that only reaches the Si'5 prize, will that candidate get the automobile? Not this year. As there are likely to be a lot of little poles after the district prizes, even the smaller prizes mar be gone when you Set there with your short "ambitions." for the ,best prize Keeo your eye on it; forget all about the smaller prizes. This is ''dope' from the contest man. who knows from experience, what he is talking about. TO THE HERALD: Y> of help .v.v'v; "addfess. paying.' sub rjajiy y-- SQi'tptipn to I for V'..V..... ......months, Herald. (Weekly- and -_ i f--new. Vbteij ifTold whether carrier., cash aiuBt Herald' will; some Time in Coleridge on her return viewing..and the contest man has noth {u-um the coast, after spending the ing to tell other than what is shown summer at Seattle, Victoria and Van -couver. were presented with "they- appreciated. All were- the privilegg of -adding joy to lives. Suatlay evening the Rev. A, Clem- 'olir '-ravels, and a pleasant dun-road Church. London, m-. Thorn i Through your native land. tor. is a and'a Toronto-l'ni- Although sorry io -have you man. and was'for some ycars 01ir nevertheless If> extend to >ou the sea- j of Eastern League calibre in a season! Kentucky, will be cashier and coimtant. Charles McClenaghan. iager, vv-i; take up his it department, while K. B. Wallace, al so of tne Calgary, general 'agency, will have charge of .the repair depart- ment. VOTING POWER OF 3U33CRIP-- i -j TIONS AND THE PRICE OF ,THE HERALD John Webster, a Montreal 13-year active duties here on his return fro two pollcemen with 6 'Month, .5 2.00 minister oi Kr.ox Church, Montreal. ,cd to sec that the Right. Reverend Bisr.op has grar.trd }ou the vacation, i which you so fully deserve, and, i Xinptv thousand employees on we will mis.s you duriiis- yov.r absence j railwars of Italy arc -preparing to go stil! we will "rcioicr. and be glad, j on strike to secure a betterment n! that you the liappiness, be rondiiion. Th-3 wagr iticreascs i able to revisit, the .scene of your boy- asked .for would amount to hoed days, and thcro loV- J'a year, ar.d the government which who arc no near snd dear tn is you. willing to give inoreasrs t.rm would j The rpnd Father, who -was vis- I azsount io half ibat ainotm v- i jblr aflectcrf, siuiably 1 ciiiM wi P r-.in.Ui 0-57ns and -opiates the railroads Ave. E., Calgary., l wjljing to gfvc that w BRANDON" PLAYER IS DRAFTED BY CHICAGO wnere ne is visitin By CapriorBy Mall S1.50 1200 600 The. Chicago TVhitc Sox have drafted Cooper, the Brandon catcher, paying five hundred aorne. A. J. ing ta I a week or two, and take up his duties dollars for him. The draft- engine, expert. R. J.- Monds, a (or the amount came to Pres. flefr yesterday for his Eckstorm, of Sfia League, this be forwarded by don. rn Can- in Hamilton" and wiU return iri to him aoout ono month, 'H. L, Jones, of the Calgary general (.-111 be in charge of tho cred- 3.00 .3000 1500 6.00 ,9000 4500 9.00 15000 27000 7500 13500 3.00 Years ;........4.50 U Years 7.50 150C 3500 5500 10000 750 1750 8003 ;