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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, 30.1910. THE LETHBK11WJB DAILY HKKALD B1NG OF CANDIDATESNOW IS THE TIME TO HELP YOUR FAVORITE CANDIDATE Votes will1 Be for of The Herald. GEAJVD PRIZES I McLaughlin-Buick Touring Car. taking In Coronation of Georfle, or in Mth Building Lot. DISTRICT PRIZE3 DISTRICTS trip Vacation trip or Vacation trip or trip or DIVISION A. i At least one of the granfi go to thii dtvltlon. H that nart of the City of Lethbridge; lying north. and DISTHJC- At least two of the VOTING POWER OF 8UBSCRIP TIONS AND THE PRICE OF THE HERALD Tk Chance to Have Your Subscription Included in the Clubs Remains Open Until Next Wednesday Night-If You Have Promised to'23 Boost a Candidate, Now's the Time to Make Your Word Good Daily By Carrier By Mail 6 2.00 S1.50 1200 Year ___ 4.00 3.00 .3000 2.Yean 8.00 6.00 9000 3 Years 12.00 9-00 15000 5 Years 20.00 15.00 27000' Weekly 1 Year AGNE'8 .113480 cor. Tenth St. and Second Sixth. _ 59. A.-gyle TOWNoEND, 1817 McSetK St. HAROLD 444 Torrance Ave........ CHRIS. GIBSON, Agnew.and Westminster that part of city of Lethbridge lying south a At-least two ojLtao prizes go to thlt district. ESS busVJTPSVIES, 40S Fifth Ave. -F feo Ave. South........ 302 Sixth Ave. A. South 2C-WSETT, 907 Seventh Ave. South DIVISION B. of the firar.d prizei go to this ''-i' i ri.Ki3S EDITH HARKER, Cardston, Alta.....V.y. CD, W." COULTER. Taber.'Alta. :-.-.--i R! Hosmer, B. MACKENZIE, Macleod, Alta. McCONrAL, D, FranK, Alta. D R WAR'S, Hat; GEORGE E. RELLET1ER, Pincher-Creek J HUOSOTv. Mag _ alilowns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- LOOK! WHAT'S HERE? ,T.. ..15150 .......10 Just a- reminder that to get in on tbe extra vote clubs for equivalent to five yearly subscriptions for. the Daily Herald you must turn in your subscriptions before midnight, Wednesday, Janu- ary. Candidates in the dis- trict outside, of Lett bridge may .mail .subscriptions any time -up to midnight, Wednes- day night. Candidates, can not afford to miss the last chance to get in on this offer. After next Wednesday the extra votes you, will get, will be reduced 40 per. cent, but the regular schedule will remain the same until the close of the "conr test. That's all, -but it means a lot. if .'.District No, tish Columbia district.' c'-iir population. At least two -of the prizes go to -MISS KATHLEEN R. FARRELL, D. L. KIMBALL, Grassy .lake, Island, ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, Alta........ Burdett, Alta. ,--v SHETLAND: ?ONY DIVISION anG. girls usder 15 years of age. AGN ES K 417 Fourteenth St. v v ALICE SPABKS, Raymond, Alta. PEGGIE' CRA5G, ;1252, Fourtn Ave. North RUSSELL -u JDLEY.-Fernie; B. C......... WALTER PAiiaER, Grassy Alta. MMic. SC8 Seventh ADA. H04iCourtIand St. JENNY Wil.on.St.- NISSET, Stafford Village STAFFORD, 1619 Korrv 5t. SUPiNA. 334 ...37370 St. ;...V.......9t330 Westminster Rd. 1500 Yean 3.00 3500 .........4.50 5500 6 Years'...'.......7.50 10000 Old 600 1500 4500 7500 13500 750 1750 2500 5000 pleasure of seeing the vote seems to be equally divided between the candi dates' and. the way th -candidates. And tnat's not all. A lt is too eariy to spend much big bunch iiryesterday morning with the request'on, the report sheet, "Vote 'em." But as no .votes received after the evening before the standing tnese votes will have to hold over until Saturday. T and "What do you think of were only a few of the ex- time guessing. The thing to do, candidates j is to "work with all Tour work today, tomorrow and every day until January 23. The votes will be added again for As the standing old ze that a ,good paign alons finely. "Help yourself and- you" holds good "in a newspaper vot-'OD- ing contest. The "beauty of this, con if Monday-will be "celebrated- as a test is .that it'does not cost subs ers anything to kelp, a candidate. Saturday for Tuesday's standing. Remember that'the clufc.of- when you ig for subscriptions remind Herald i way subscriptions ;.are rolling in, the are new tod dlffersut'torn ordinary preparations. .They accomplish. their purpose without disturbing the rest of the system, therefore the taiative for the nursing mother, ,as they do not affect tiie.ciuld. Compotindftd. like all NA-DRU-CQ preparations, by expert chemists. If unaattafactoiy we'll gladly return your money. m. If "your drjggist has.aot yet 25o. and we. 4 NMKMH! Mii fhiaiinil Cmptur Limited, before date'. for a subscription Wednesday than HARD ON DIGESTION given after Six- TRIM CAREFULLY. AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON DAILY HERALD FIVE VOTES For any regularly nominated candidate in the Daily Herald's Great Prize Contest. Claresholm Turkey Fattened Penny Nails Claresholm Dec. W, Ahem killed a turkey "for Christmas dinner, which looked not too large or but .u-hen dressing the bird it was discov- 'ed to be abnormally fat and plump and j District No. (Name of This package contains .r... votes Void after January 7 LIBERAL WINS BY REPAIRED INCREASED .MAJORITY Montreal, Dec. one of the most spectacular and keenly contest- ed bve-elections ever held: in this a sixpenny nail, badly eaten by rdstjmaiorlty ot wi. At tae .and having the appearance of Being -there a1 long time. ATLANTIC. CABLE Halifax, Bee. ".cable steam- er Ninnia, returned a" three-weeks' cable" repairing off north.: coast .-of She .repaired three; -breaks in: the main'cable. One