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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1909. FOR TO-MORROW ONLY 20 per cent, off Every Article and Set in our Big Display of CHINA Oar China and Crockery Department has established a reputation. It is the largest and most comprehensive in the Gity. The assortment is still complete. We want To Reduce The Stock Drop in and see the value we are giving in LIMOGES CHINA FANCY CHINA DINNER SETS TEA SETS TOILET SETS Etc., Etc. We are Sole Lethbridge Agents for BARRINGTON HALL STEEL CUT COFFEE _ It will be to your advantage and to ours if you come in the morning NEARING THE HOME STRETCH Don't Slacken You Pace Now Every contestant in this race ha awakened to the fact that this coi ;cst is not a trivial affair and tha first estimates of the number of vote would take to win is about "steen thousand short of the real figures Some rather reluctantly admit tha they were fifty or a hundred thou; and or so shy in their estimate. Well, what of it? If your estimat is too low, it is up to you to ris to the occasion and meet the new sit nation. Revise your own figures Make a new estimate of the number i" votes you will need to win the par ticular prize you have decided wil about suit you, and start out to gei them. And don't stop until you do Some of the candidates say thej .are about at the end of their rope, as jit were, and that they cannot get an? 'more subscriptions. Others say that subscriptions never came easier, anc are proving what they say to be true by bringing or sending in subscrip- tions every day. What one candidate can do another can duplicate. Neither the "new" or "renewal" subscription rield is covered. Why, there are no doubt hundreds of people waiting to be approached. One thing is certain, no candidate should expect all their votes to come without effort. It is going to take a big vote to win. You are sure of that, and the way to do is to get results every day. If you don't you will find that whe'n the general roll is called you won't be there. A good many of the contestants have been thinking deeply and have sized up the situation thoroughly, realizing that this contest is going to be a huge affair. The same ones realize that the prizes will not be awarded until January 10, and that the rumors to the effect that Miss So- and-So has a cinch on the first grand prize and that Mr. Surething has a mortgage on the trip to California are most decidedly premature. The con- test editor has been through a great many of these battles and has seen that smile of certainty fade from too many faces not to make an effort to warn candidates against the sin of over-confidence. Don't think that because you had a wind-fall and landed a few of those five-year club ballots that you can rest on your oars and laugh at the other candi- dates. You will get badly fooled if you do that Prizes such as the Her- ald are offering will not go a-begging, and there are many shrewd people in this race. On the other hand, don't believe all the rumors you hear about the hundreds of thousands of votes some candidates have up their sleeves. Some contestant? consider it good business to try to scare out the tim- id ones by mysteriously hinting at the tremendous reserves that they have in their Dreast pockets, while others who may be ten times as dan-, gerous go around telling that they don't expect to win a thing, but intend to get some excitement out of the cotest. Suit yourself in regard to what they say. but don't believe all you hear. Voting Schedule Many inquiries have been received in regard to the term of subscrip- tions that will be received during the contest and the number of votes giv- en, and the following schedule is the reply: Daily Herald New Old Carrier Mail 350 250 i 1 i I I ?r; After the BIG CHRISTMAS WEEK SALE, and we are a ottering them at the same big reduction to clear them out and make room for our new 1910 stock. Call and choose that New Year's Gift from our sale offerings. For everything in the store must go, and our prices will surely make them move. You will save money by buying your household furniture this week. I I I HOUSE Telephone 483. Opposite the New Herald Office 324 Crabb St. DO UPHOLSTERING OF ALL 1 RANGES Made in both Catt Iron Steel There is a lot in the dampers. The VALVE DAMPERS on the "Happy Thought" Range are exclusive-special patented features, so easy to operate, that insure a perfect even heat in the oven with the minimum consumption of fuel. If you set your dampers right, the "HAPPY THOUGHT" Range retains the fire for thirty-six hours without atten- tion. If you then open your dampers properly you will have a bright fire in five minutes. M ore. facts you ought to know about this perfect range in our interesting for it. H AYR BROS., Loca] Agents IIIIIIIIII HIM in ii.....MM mil III !lf! MANUFACTURLD UY 'WILLIAM BUCK STOVE CO.LIMITED BRANTTORD, ONT 3 months months months 1 year years 500 1000 3 000 9000 years ..15000 4 years ..21000 5 years ..27000 700 2000 UOOO 10 000 14000 IS 000 200 400 800 1200 16 00 2000 85 100 150 300 000 900 1200 1500 I Weekly Herald New Old U months 500 300 1 year 1 500 1 000 2 years 4 500 3 000 3 years 7 500 5 000 4 years .........10500 7000 5 years .........13 500 10 000 150 300 450 6 00 750 Please do not change date on cou- pon. All newapappr ballots expire Jan- uary 7th. News Of the Pass regime will be inaugurated in ach case. A joint installation of officers of Lodge of Frank and Summit e of Coleman, A. F. and A. M. as held in the Masonic Temple at olcman on Monday evening when the racers for the two lodges for the en- uing- year were installed. W. L. uimettc officiated as officer of in- tallation. Dr. D. C. McKenzie is ic new head of Sentinel Lodge of rank, as worshipful master with T. M. Burnett as immediate past master J. 0. C. McDonald and John Price respectively, fill the same offices for Summit Lodge. Following the cere- mony a -banquet was held at the Colo nian hot-el at which there were usual toasts and responses. The af- fair proved most enjoyable to the mcmb'ers of the. Masonic fraternity who W'cre presont from all tho camps of the district. JOHN GORDON KILLED AT SAULT STE MARIE CHRISTMAS TERM SCHOOL REPORT Satilt Ste Marie, On-t., Dec. 27 John Gordon, ad-dress unknown, was killed by a pile of lumber falling on him while he was standing on the wall of the lock here to-day watching the workmen. John Erickson. of Steelton, was badly injured at the same time and mav -die. R. Horn, A. Reding, E. Washbrook, A. Paulson, G. Richardson, S. Vere, D. Russell, J.'Taylor, T. Logan, M. Bolderson, C. Fletcher, 0. Peacock. W. Riley. Part II, Sr. E. Hargraves, F. Wardman, G. Newton, A. Vosel. E. Meyer, V. Hedenstrom, R. Hurst. H. Bu'ddesheim, J. Wilson, R. God- salve, R. Harris, L. Slarks, A. Wil- son, G. Shaw, V. Sieknell, E. Faus-t, A. Brrdgeman, A. Horn, G. Peacock. R. atornin-star. G. Hyssop, M. Mitchell, S. .Mitchell, N. BoWcrson. E. Moore. Part II, Biggar, J. Bar- nett, E. Geiger, D. Fluff, H. White. E. Wylie, J. Gregory, J. Chambers. JH. Graham, M. "Stevenson, E. Castle, Z. Dunsworth, T. Budesheim, J. Mc- Nulty. Class Haskcll, G. McLeary, C. Gould, Fox, A. Cain, A. Lasse, C. Pankhurst, P. Williams, B. Davis. L. Albert, S. So-buliak, L. Gresl, J. Gresl, S. Gresl, D. Saxon, B. Carter. 0. Summer, A. Foster, A. Brown, N. Hyluka. Part T, Class 2-J. Thompson, M. Kergan, R. Bretthaver, B. Chambers. M. Newton, E. Westcott, E. Pearson.. V. Harrington, R. -Hedens-trom, G- Wilson, P. Godsalve, V. Richardson, A. Watcrhouse, F. Sullivan, J. Jones, N. Fryer, A. Laas, A. Rabi, J. Rabi. S. Grebe. Primary. Class Dullard, .L. Goul-d, W. Gerecke, C. McNultyj G. Bigger, R. Greep, H. Cockerill A. Closson, W. Cockerill, D. Clark. Class Subuliak, J. K. Naismith, G. White and H. Bu- chanan, J. Dow, S. P. Klopsch, R. Brown. Class Gillis, "w. Symonds. L- Hindstrum M. Wardman', C. Hoult. W. Cooper, T.'Christy, G. Taylor. J. Logan, D. Gregory, S. Cunningham. S. Hoffman, D. Harris, J. Watson, M. Stafford, D. Thompson, E. Mitch- ell, A. Wood. Class L. Buchanan. E. Thompson, S. PurdV. N. Robert- son, M. Sehoonover, L." Baines, R. Knowlden, A. Gerecfcer, A. Jarvie, L. McNeil, F. Pirock, H. Gowin, F. Orosz. MANY APPLICA i IONS FOR OFFICES IN NAVY Ottawa, Dec. as of- ficers -in the new Canadian navy are evidently popular the department oi Marine and Fisheries having already received more than a hundred applica- tions. Many ar" men w-ho have served in the British navy, but it is probable that younger men will be sought. Frank, Alta., Dec. wreck on the Crow's Nest line occur- red Christmas day when a freight and a yard engine were in collision in the Bellevue yards, two miles cast of Frank. The yard engine was struck by an incoming freight and three loaded cars, an engine and a caboose were demolished. No one was injur- ed. The Frank skating rink was opened the last of the week with a fine sheet of ice. Attention is now being turn- ed in the direction of arrangements for hockey. Frank, Blairmore and Coleman, the three organized villages of The Pass will hold their annual meetings Mon- day evening next when financial state- ments will be submitted to the rate- payers and nominations for council- lors will take place. A-t Coleman. where incorporation is under wav. it is likclv the old administration will be returned at, Blairmore and Frank it, is probable that an entire THE WALKER HOUSE TORONTO'S FAVORITE HOTEL Adjoins Union Station. Cars to all parts pass doors. Spacious rooms, remodelled and handsomely furnish- ed. The cuisine Is unsurpassed. Amer- ican and European pJan. GEO. WRIGHT MACK CARROLL Late of fine young Ontario TURKEYS left. Better get the order in early, and secure one for New Years Dinner THESE ARE THE VERY BEST Ife. also have Ducks, Geese PICHE MIRON ;