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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTHiRIDGE DAILY HERALD Bulk Tea Loses Flavor It not only loses flavor but it takes on new such "as kerosene, molasses, onions, coffee, soap, etc., to say nothing of its exposure to sun, dust, dirt and air. To overcome this :is sold only in sealed lead in bulk t -iv j v v TIME IS SHORT MAY BE WORTH A GREAT DEAL TO YOU f 1 Palace Meat Market GOOD SELECTION OF NEW YEAR MEATS AND POULTRY, TUR- KEYS, GEESE, DUCKS, AND CHICKENS AT PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE. PHONE 431 It will Pay to Patronize The Palace 'jii I I I i f i ..Should avoid-Danger of, linpiirities in delivery frem the, Oren to the Home. Insist oh your baker -wrapping his bread in.-'." We are the original manufacturers ef the Bread Wrappers now used by leading bakers of Ottawa, Montreal and other cities.! E.B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. A Terrific Plunge Miss Mary L. Sunstrum's vote of yesterday was by far the larg- est single day's of any candi- date since the contest started. It quite took the contest man oS his feet, and no doubt many others will "take notice." Another heavy voter was Miss Rose Heather, who again takes the lead in the city. James H. Campbell, by depositing of: the "precious pinks" retained second j place in the outside district. Bothj Miss Olive Davies and Miss Bessie Cronkhite materially increased their score, but each lost a "round" in the} standing. The voting is at the streii I j uous stage right now. I A 15ozen More Days Time is flying. What is more he Urging UKe? ambitions candidates to strike fipid a pace as himself. ''Step' lively, step lie is call- ing to' all who arc" s-aiheriig subscrip- tions to turn in 6'efdfe -n'ext Monday evening. If you wan't; come in on time you must "step lively." Noth- ing will help you so much as subscrip tions secured during !this period. Bring or send them to the Contest Department as possible, i'ou need not cast your' until such time as you wish, but be sure your subscriptions are turned in promptly, so that your friends who have assist- ed you mav served, with the paper and the vote certificate issued to Vou. It is a lot of comfort just to have a i PAGE FIVE. MISS ETHEL M. McKAY, of Cranbrook, B. C. (District No. 2.) good bunch of these certificates in one's possession. Just look at them now and then puts candidate in good spirits. to next Monday night is the most interesting period of the con- test, the possible exception of the last night of all, when the win- ners of 'the seventeen prizes will be determined. The excitement of the last day will be caused by the sort of breathless excitement with which we watch the close of a hard and well-fought race. but the last day has really less to do with the final result than the days pi. this week triten everv subscription. If you work har-d this week you will'have'no''difficulty in placing your name in a conspicuous place in the list so that your friends may see that you have been doing good work, and when you have secured this posi- tion you may begin saving for the fin- al rush. It is a good plan to have a bunch of reserves, for you will wish to be in the lead at the close. Don't overlook the opportunity to substantially increase your votes. All that is necessary to secure ex- tra totes is for you to turn in new subscriptions amounting to S30. U i makes no difference whether your friends come in and pay their sub- scriptions or send them in, so long as they tell us who they are voting ior. You; will receive the extra votes i providing you have a credit on NEW j subscriptions of or For j now subscriptions you will get- 12.000 ;extra votes and for a 5-.000 cer-! i tificatc will be yours. Old subscrip- tions amounting to or i will give you amd- extra votes. Everything- to gain i.nd nothing to lose by hustling-. Your special bonus ce-rfcifieates be issued at the close of this bonus offer. This in no wise affects the 'certificates issued on subscriptims, zs can be voted right alo-u. So yo i see, candidates, what a chance vou have to increase your Ifund bv getting as many of th--e t-x- tra bonus certificates as possible. If not turn in ins am- ounting to not forget that you wi" qe entitled to thf- bonus on j or even the bonus on St. Augustus Entertainment MONO-RAILWAY. .WILL BE EXHIBITED AT'TORONTO Toronto, Dec. Orr, of the Canadian ''National' exhibition has re- ceived a letter from President Geo.' H. Gooderham, who is now in Eng- land, stating that he has induced Brennan of the Mono-Railway to .place his Invention on exhibition at the 19iO -exhibition. A section of railway will oe constructed ;at the exhibition grounds and a nominal fare will be charged those who ride on it. iBARONESS WILL RETAIN RESIDENCE I Poitersea, France, Dec. court today decided in of- Bar- oness .Vaughn and ordered remov- jal of the seais wiich had been placed upon her property at Balincourt At- torneys for the daughters. of the late King Leopold had sought to seize the residence given the baroness by their f father and as a first step had seals in.-directing the j ership upon the property. The children of St. Augustln's Sun- school held their annual Christ- mas entertainment last night in St. Augustin's hall. There was a good attendance of the children and their friends and all enjoyed the various features of the program. The chil- dren's treat began at five o'clock and the program at seven. Part I. of the program was an op- eretta called in Jappaland" (with apologies to Alice in Wonder- the music for which was writ- ten specially by Rev. J. S. Chivers, and some of the songs composed by C. F. P. Conybeare. It is based on the idea of the Japanese childen' that dolls come to life on one night of 'the year called the feast of dolls. About fifteen childen took part and there was also an orchestra of chil- dren. Miss Conybeare acted as stage manager and to her as well as to the scholars and teachers is due much of the success of the entertainment. Miss Anna Patteson who took the part of Dyukisan, the mistress of the dolls and W. Evans, who was Jack the little English sailor doll, both act- ed -.veil. After some pretty motion songs by the> infants the entertain- ment closed with a- series of sacred tableaux illustrating the Nativities.' Used by the best flies, hotels and restaurants the world over. Makes the lightest, most delicious and tasty hot biscuit. Makes the hot- bread, rolls and muf- fins sweet and wholesome Protects the food from alum. SPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES, CAL. The metropolis of Southern Calihr-nia, the winter tourist's para Use. The Spokane-Walla Walla Mland Fm-pire excursion will reach this .-ity Monday, January .24. The HeriU'srepi emotive, winner of the .second eran-i prize, will be allowed to tarryin this city for two months, if desired. Run Tremendous Risk For Tremendous Prize (Continued from page 1) last night. The principal, speaker was Lord Rothschild who addressed a stormy gathering in the east end. and said with regard to the that what he objected to was the system of bureaucracy it introduced. He added -that he would have noth- ing; to -do with tariff reform if it in- creased the cost of living. The Duke of Westminster and Earl of Chester reminded the audiences of Lloyd-G-eorRe's pro-Boer attitude dur- ing the war and said 'that a man of iris kind had no ripht to aspire to a position as leader. Sir. Edward, Grey at Salisbury sot sarcastic about Tory promises 'Df reform of Lords. If it meant the house to be changed into a self-elect- ed body of superior persons, it was not reform at all and it was worth Many other peers made speeches. Liberals have made pre- parations for the celebration of the century of Gladstone's birthday to- dav. :'A. Balfour, leader ol sition in the House of Commons, has recovered from Ms illness and will shortly begin his campaign speeches. Lord Rothschild addressed, a meeting in the east end of London last might. He had a hostile reception. T. P. O'Connor appeared -before.Ms constituents in Liverpool and; was received with John for East Mayo. addressing a meeting at Swinefdrd de- clared that in the whole record' of English government since thej of Union was passed, no government had ever treated Ireland so generous- ly as the present government. Old and young delight in the rich- ness and delicious- ness of COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA. COWANS PERFECTION COCOA It suits every taste. The Cowan Co. TORONTO. 136 I I f o I I I I I I <2 I i 4 'i 1 I I I I I If you did not you ought to present her with something for ISTew Year's. She will like nothing hetter than a piece or set selected from our display of CHINA Ladies will never have a hetter chance to buy themselves a Isew Year's Gift for we are selling everything in our China and Crockery Department at TWENTY PER CENT; OFF FOR THIS WEEK ONLY If Not DO IT NOW We are doing this to reduce our large stock of DINNER SETS, TEA SETS LIMOGES CHINA FANCY CHINA This discount applies to a large assortment of Toilet Sets.- An opportunity like this does not present itself often. By the way, do you know that we arc the sole Loth bridge agents for the famous HARRINGTON HALL STEEL CUT COFFEE If you try this you will ask for it always. 1 I <5 f I I I 1 I i I I i I i I P I I I THE H. A. McKILLOP COMPANY I I ;