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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1909. LYCEUM TO-NIGHT SAN FRANCISCO OPERA COMPANY In TO-MORROW AFTERNOON S( TO-MORROW (New Year's Night) SPECIAL GET YOUR SEATS IN ADVANCE ONE WEEK COMMENCING 'AY, JAN. 3rd II j T T O.JLJ. ENTIRE NEW COMPANY Opening Night, the great English Comedy Success TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Polly Primrose Sunday THURSDAY FRIDAY Temple's Telegram" "When we were Deserter" Saturday Matinee at 2.30 Prices: Don't Fail To Get In On It On Monday THE PIANO IS HERE The White Furniture Com- pany kindly offered the Herald space in their store to display the Gourlay-Angelus player piano. If there was ever the least doubt, about the piano be- ing "the that doubt will be dispelled when the elegant piano is seen. We can help you have Here we are, just nine days from! the end of the MR contest. Some of j the contestants have done a lot ofj work and have a fine showing to makej for it. Where there's a will there is a way, and the way 'to win is to keep up the work of getting subscriptions. The Real Power The friends of the candidates are the real power -in the race for success See that -you your part to make your favorite candidate popular. Speak everywhere of his or her paign. Back up your words by deeds and give the substantial aid of vour subscription. Keep Your Score on the Move It is important for you to get enough votes in your published list 'to convince your friends that their aid will not be wasted on you. If you wish that applause and ad- miration to be yours you should pre- pare for a swift pace and a final run Every contestant is now bending their utmost efforts on making gains upon their rivals. In nine -days the end will come. Surel'- vour courage will not flap- in that time. Your First Resolution I When you entered the contest were determined to -win a a j grand prize if possible. A prize. any rate, you were resolved to win. Bo not change your mind now. Stick to your resolution and make all your past work count for something by adding every vote you can to your' count during the days that are left. "Screw your courage up to the sticking and don't let go. The prizes will be awarded to those who are firm in their nurposc and devoted their best energies to coniinrr out ahead. It is the old rnaxim that the pluckv man is usually the lucky man. Of course, a man's own success is due to ability, but the other fellow's success is just pure luck. No Micawbers win a prize in this contest. Nothing is going: to turn up unless the candidate crowbar beneath it. I 1 I I appy New Year You will be happy when you are enjoying- a hot drink, a soda, a dish of ice cream or some of our delicious confectionery. We serve you at two parlors during old stand next 3 Bank of Commerce, and Alberta Block. ROCHON'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM take second place to CROW'S NEST COAL CO. PROSPEROUS LOTS OF FUN.AT THE Y. M. C. Toronto, Dec. to the annual statement of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. is- sued today, a dividend of S per cent, is to be resumed. Produc- tion has increased at the mines of output of tons a day in July to average of about tons in December, and In addi- tion new management has con- served interests of company and shareholders by setting aside ten cents per ton for deprecia- tion. LIBERAL CANDIDATE WILL BE CHOSEN JAN. 7 Ottawa. Dec. Liberal con- doings at the i vention to select a candidate for the resignation, will take place next Fri- day night. Jan. 7. The primaries to select delegates will take place in the different wards on the previous evening. It is expected That the writ will be issued without delay. Y. M. C., corner of Redpath and Bur- j House of Commons filling the vacan- dett streets, tomorrow night (Satur-1 cy caused by Sir Wilfrid Laurier's There is to be an indoor ath- letic meet starting at S p.m. There will be events for both boys and men. Everyone is invited to take in the fun but only members will be allowed to compete. There are many comical events which will cause lots of fun for both competitors and onlookers. Prizes will be given for the best all- round man and boy. Don't let any one say they have no place to go on New Years evening as all ladies or gentlemen will be welcome at the Y. M. C. and a good evening's fun is assured. it do all tile meiifoers of the V. M. C. good to have a. look in Mr. W. J. Armstrong's window, and see the beautiful ring which is to be pre- sented to the member obtaining the most new during the "mem- bership contest. All members who have not already introduced a new member should do all in his power to get a new man to the club tonight (Friday) as tomorrow is the last day of the Contest. In so doing he will reserve a plate for himself and the now member at the big Y. M. C. ban- quet which is to be held shortly, ab- soiuteiy free. Tonight is the 'regu- lar class night, so all should endeavor to be present and take at least one new member with them. RE-OPENING.'. The Garbutt Business College will re-open for the Winter Term in neAv quarters in the Alberta Block on Monday, Jan. 3, 1910. The evening classes will begin on Tuesday, Jan. 4. )r Phone 1315 Principal. 'N P. 0. Box 1291 1 i 1 1 8 I A j HAPPY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL 4> Royal Shoe Co Try 7 we nave some oj inose fine young TURKEYS left. Better get the order in early, and secure one for New Years Dinner THESE ARE THE VERY BEST PICHE MIRON ;