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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Til B ,Y MRS. HUMPHRIES AGAIN LEADS1HE CONTEST D, L Kimball Makes a Tremendous Plunge for E.- Hilcter, the.iub 'icribtr.7. '-yvMiw .Kathleen R. Farrell, Coutts. candidate. Saturday just as the contest r. aiahager had finished marking all the for the subscribers -who made payments since last Wednesday, Fred MJct, o! the HIck-St U Hardware Co., came; into The Herald office to nave a talk with the business manager in regard to advertising. .V When invited to make the draw, Air. Hick cheerfully consented. "Al- tnough our line is not considered strictly Christmas goods, business ;-ihls month has been very gratifying, and we finish up a very success- .ful year. r -I am a firm believer in judicious advertising, but then a merchant must treat a customer right in order to hold him. That is tho reputation the Hici-Sehl Hardware company has, and our experience is that our customers always come back to when they require anything in then -Mr. Hick held his. hat .'Vine the tickets were dropped into ..'tt- Without any further preliminaries UV Hick dipped into the hat and arev out No. 60. the names were announced First Position but Humphries Goes Him 2000 Better-Campbell Aird joins "Century .Club-- All the Live Wires in District Start the 'Paper Any Time flew.' subscribers 'may start The Herald aiiy time. To get the votes, payment on subscription must be made before the' clofe of the con- test. This rule .will allow candidates to secure siiDscrlptfons from people wiio wish" to' wait until the term of subscription for another ex- pires, thus avoiding paying two papers at the same time. Tne McLaughiin-Buick Car A number of the candidates have when the auto will reach Leib that Tne Hyde Herald i- Saunders .'ith the first "shipment cf IS 11 cars, wnich will be the lauer part of Jan- Medicine That Does Not Any- thing Uniesc-It-Cures Medicinal ingredients of Rexall Orderlies, which are odorless, tasteless and colorless, is an entirely now discovery. Combined wift other extremely valuable ingredients, it forms a perfect bowel regulator, intes- tinal invigorator and strengtheuer. Rexall Orderlies are eaten like candy and are notable foj their agreeable- ness tc the yor-tleneas of action. They do not CU.UEC griping or any disagreeable effect or inconveo- j ience. Uclike other preparations for a like purpose, they do not create u -habit, but instead they overcome the causo; of habit acquired through {he use of I Voies Wit! Be Added for Thumday's Iseue of The Herald. jus: time the coatedt ordinary laxatives, Sparks Edges Ahead for Bouncer cathartics and permanently re- Jiistipatfou or ir- regular bowel action, tt'e will refund your money without if they do not do as we say TO-MORROW IS THE LAST DAY None of the candidates arc physic, about, the auio not i'or they that the! j car .13 a powerful if [hey do not do as we gay District No. that part of the Cily oi" Leiiibridge. lying north and jiine: as good as any car ever offered j :hey v.ili. Two sizes. ,2nc. and lOc. ehst of the following boimde.ry: Third Ave., from First Street to Sixth Street, in a newspaper contest In either Al-Isold only at our derail j south on Sixth 10 Fourtii ;.t- v..v 0 body: D. Higinbocham, Fifth Eleventh to dty limits. At least two oi the go to this district, knows the .McLaughlin-Buick car, be-i iiec- Agent. McLaugl-HtvBuIck TourJng Car. Building Lot. DISTRICT PRIZES DISTRICT or DISTRICT trip, or trip or trip DIVISION A. At Iriift one of the grand prizes go to this division. cause more of this- make are in use iu Alberts than any o-Jier one make manager Mr. Hick "I knew that a c" lady would win the prize. I '.-I.'am'-always .pretty lucky when-making k'i i draws. anyway." V ;.said -business manager, the candidate sub- wins'; the prize." "being convinced that those the'rules of the game, Mr. Hick I am glad that It is one candidates, and I will win'.'one-of the big ;-prizes." being told by the iliss Tarrell is one" of-the workers, on his list, and that in the standing. Mr. e assurance dav's work went: home with iiatl closed '.the a pleasant duty well done. ..r 'i in the remain Tiie contest office Herald building will open tomorrow evening until 'midnight, to allow city candi- dates last 15.00U extra votes for equi lent to fiye; yearly _ subscrip- tions fur tiae Daily Tierald. Be sure that the years come out oven five, or a little more, as are given for a part of a club. Candidates in Division B (the territory outside of L-etli- mail subscrip- lions any tinie Wednesday un- tier the conditions- stated many is, that the letters be'deposited in the post office in time to bear the posunark' "January" but as .the postmarks are often dim. it might be as well to have >7- the postmaster verify on the back of tte letter that it was posted before midnight, an- V- uary 4, 1311. For the past week thorc jias rear sfr.ife to lead the contest, ates realiiie that beiag well uj: the slaudiuj; helps to get subscrip- Kev, lieo. Long, Metiiodlst minis- r, died from burns received in otficr makes combinFtl. If that isn't at Urcsdta. Out., on Christ.- a rccommcncl that car is JT, fja-v- is it? I J--K- Cornwall, .M. P. P. for Peace Jtev..C'anon of K ville, Iv. S.. is He was jUivc-r, is in Ottawa, trying to induce Coat- ('rey to take' tbe -Peace 'lions. Everybody has hish regard. "of .ige, and route when yoing to the Arctic. J- Terpusoa, of tiie Western Can- He came tfr-r-r-r-r-r! "The weather has-turn- ed a tririe chilly, but as the contest is getting hotter each day, a'drop in the iilicir own that busJness _ _f_ ,._..- v< uc'.i ut'uins nign po- SSHIOZI wnen low in the list. On other hand, soino say that when ieaamg people remark, "You staiid 'well and won't'-need my _Jand in this lame way sidestep their i promise. The contest has advanced [too Tar for any candidate to change or her tactics, so don't try new- fangled schemes aov-v but get every subscriptiou -possible along old lines, and get as manr as you caj: betore tomorrow evening. No Extension of Club Offer The extra vote offer .equi- valent to five yearly subscriptions for Tne Herald will close tomorrow "even- lag, and will not be extended. The regular schefUile' will prevail lentil close, of the contest. The ostra votes you'will get will be 40 per cent- iess after Wednesday." Xo other in- ducement will be 'big tor the last week or the last' day or Tenth St. 3nd 2nd 1304 GRACE PROUSE, 59 Aroyl- ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 McBctj; HAROLD XERR, 414 Torrance District that PfU'i ui1 Lorlibrldgo lying south and of the ai.'ove Boundary. At two of tho prizes go to this district. MISS OLIVE DAViES, 4C6 Fifth Ave. K.. NORMAN, 622 Sixth'Ave. South MISS LiZZjE SHiKLEY, 302 Sixth A. MiSS DOV.'SETT, S07 Seventh Ave. South .......73.720 Division B. At least of the grsnd prfzes c? to thiK division. District No. all towns in-Southern Eastern Brl- for any special day. Don'r hold back subscriptions expecting a better or temperature was no doubt necessary as good an offer. .If you do, you will to prevent the contest from boiling lose "votes. TRIM CARHFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTIXG COUPON DAIUY HERALD FIVE VOTES For any regularly'nominated candidate in' the Great Prize Contest. _ (Name of District N This (Address.) Void after January 10 votes tish "CcluiBfcia over i.-opulauon. district. At least -J.wo EDITH MARKER, V.'j D. W. COULTER Tabcr, Alta. fiV.-.: ____ MISS !MARY MACKENZIE, Macleoci, Alta. MISS EL52ABETH McDONALD, FranK, Aita. MscDONALD. Hosmer, B. C GEORGE E. PELLETJER D. R. WARE, Medlchie Hat. AltaV, prizes go. Uo -thii i .......15150.; District No. all town's in Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia, utider population: At'least-two of the prizes'go" to, thii MISS KATHLEEN R. D. Grsssy Lake, MISS IMILY MILLED, :Cow Alts. MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirlino; STAfiLEY WELCH, Barons, MISS LILLJE MAY TIETWEY, Bifrdett, .SHETLAND A separate contest for boys ana girls under 15-years of age. ALICE SPARKS, Raymond, Alta.' RUSS2LL Fernie. 3. _ AGNES KEftK, 417 Fourteenth PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 FourtTJ Ays.v-North WALTER PA -MER; Grassy Alts., ..30.635 V WINNIE-SELLENS, 908 ADA MURRAY. 1104 Courtland 418 JAMES NiSSET, Stafford 30 horse power 5 passenger I IT 11 L L McLAUGHLIN-BUlCK AUTOMOBILE j Y WS Two Attractive Grand Prizes IN BUILDING LOT WILL BE YOUR LAST CHANCE TO GET THE FMT the and GirU BooDcer, Harness and Buggy Inviting District Rewards District Gets m if ;