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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBKIDtiE DAILY HERALD Pictt; Weigmy Bargains In Men's Heavy Furnishings Oiir Ciearihg Sale is strongest just now, and especially so in the men's SHIM'S; UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY AND SHEEP-LINED COATS FPRTHEHNALSPDRT .j Which Will. It Be? Building Lots, or the and District Prizes-Ako Bouncer, the Thoroughbred Shetland, With Harness and Buggy HEAVY SHIRTS to Value Splendid heavy skirts, made up from good heavy military and "flannels in gray, navy and black mixtures and 1 stripes-.: Sizes 15 up to'1-7 1-2. HEAVY UNDERWEAR x Heavy fleeced shirts and drawers.' 60c-value, selling at 45c iStahfieicTs.pure wool heavy shirt's and drawers.'per gn.rmentrS1.00 AYolsey's finest Imported under- wear, natural' color Ijlegtilur per suit Sale price, per suit S5J5 Quality Sheep-Lined Coats WINTER IIOSE Men's hose in grey nri'd mixtures, made from pure Can- adian extra strong heel and toe with elastic rib top per pair 20c. Black Ribbed Hose Gent's black-wor- sted' ribbed hose, all wool and well shaped, with mend- ing wool attached, per uair 256 1.2 PRIZES FOR 12 WORKERS A Yearly Subscription for the Daily, if New, is Worth 3000 Votes-A Two-Years New Subscription for tKe Daily Brings 9000 Votes, While a Five-Year New Subscription rqr the Daily Helps a Candi- date to Votes-Work for the Big Ones Mot much "change in the standing city candidates will be out of the of the candidates, published to-} handg of the contest manager from MADCW CANADA It the Standard Artkb READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY For auking goftcaiaf water, remorMff paiat disinfecting cloMtc, dnuw and lor A can equth 20 SAL SODA, Ustfat for SOU t E. W. GIIXETT COJIPASY Ii 5UTED TOnOJTTO, main contest showing no, shifts in position. Alice Sparks, of; Kaymond, by her vote up to will cause the other boys and girls to wonder are "at." Alice fias never been "to see Bouncer, and sue says she don't want to see him unless hQ.> .Raymond to live. We win until next Tues- day nig! judges who will count ti.. award the es will s.'r :c-stion. "The cai. .he main contest are same right now. week as though sev eral of the candidates were trying to vote their' strongest the a standstill. This week "would naturally be (.supposed to be-quite spirited, xthe about ten o'clock Monday night unti the count commences at eight o'clock. Tuesday evening. The mail received on from the country district will remain unopened until the judge assemble for the recount After th outside district letters containing th subscriptions are opened, the votes regular and extra club, will ho issue and che-judges will then proceed wit the count, isn't that fair to alI7 TURIN ITEMS The dance at Mrs. Gibson's lasl! 'riday night proved to be aa.enjoyable I nalr. A large crowd was present A number of couples engaged In a prize waltz. Lemuel Pearson and-Viv- an Gibson received the. first "prize, and Harrison Green and Lois Gibson were given the second prize. Mrs. Spencer is gradually improv- ng under the care of Dr. Woodcock. The Farmers' Union met Saturday afternoon at the school house. They decided to send a representative to] the (J. F. of A.'s convention which is to be held at Rules for the Finish The Herald's great voting contest will close next Monday night, at 10 o'clock. The contest office in the Herald building will remain open until that i Shells, lined with extra collars Each Limited candidates seem to .say to each oth- time to receive subscriptions. All er, "No, I won't plunge any more. I candidates in the office at that hour am going to be .the genuine dark Of111 be Baited on in turn, but no one or, something to that effect p111 be "admitted after that hour. No one should' suppose for a moment! irnrnecliately after the close of the C. P. US PLANS INTHEWESf Montreal, Jan. Vica- President William Whyte, o! C. P.R. announced the building pro- gramme of the company in the Wwt for this years. He said 3M miles of new track and 100 niiles af double track would be laid. The double tracking on the meia line towards Jawwill'be con- tinued. The double tracking' on. the line towards Moose Jaw will" con- tinued. From Swift Current new tracks will be laid 35 miles north-east. Twenty miles o! the burn line will be built from the Tor Bald Heads A Treatment that Costs Nothing If It Fails Wo want you to'try three large bot- tles Rexall "03" Hair Tonic on our personal guarantee that the. trial will not cost you a penny if It does not give you absolute satisfaction. That's proof of our faith in this remedy, an-l! kUrn 35 miies south-west from it should; indisputably demonstrate; ajoosc jaVand 45 miles' that we know what we. are about when we sav that Rexall well as 35 Hair Tonic will grow .hair on bald, 'heads, except where-'baldness has I bc built- miles north-west from Swiib Current Sixty; of new been of such long duration that the j track will be laid on the Lacombe roots'of the hair are "entirely east from Caston, and fifty the follicles closed and grown- males from Wilkic in'.the .Tramping that the for the splendid prizes the Herald are not getting more votes these days. The returns at the contest office show contest (after all the certificates kave oeen issued on the bal- lot box containing the certificates of all the candidates, will be taken to a conclusively. of votes (name .-given later) and placed i L" _.. _ i tri rs t'otilf Vi'ollrfct ZZit.ih-. FURNISHED IN. THE ELEGANT SUITES OP PRTVATE BATHROOMS. WITH EXCELLENCE. SUITES ACCOMMODATING TWO PERSONS FROM PBR.-MO. SUITES ACCOMMODATING J1pUa..JPERSOXS FR.OM PER MO. INCLUDING BED ROOM, "DRAWING ROOM, PRIVATE BATH ROOM, STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE.- SPECIAL HOUSEKEEPING FLATS FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS For Reservations apply at Mansions Office from 3 .FRED WV DOWNER, -PRO P. to 5 p. m. -resolution, but diu not think" .Mr. Rfcighen' had the support of his partf which would raise the protective duty j should they get into power. He stowed awar. The following j conversation over the phone one day] this week, thro'ws some light on the way one-section'of the contest views tfce other section." vi' .Outrfide 'District why don't the. candidates in the city vote Contest I don't know." don't you vote a little yourself? O. D. that's different. I'm saving all my. votes for the finish. it Is very likely a lot candi- dates are saving votes for a surprise Jin a vault. The ballot box-will not be returned .to the-contest office until Lake country. The Lethbridgc-AJdersyde line fill be completed by building JH miles.' and the scalp is glazed. Remember, are b'asirig our state- ments upon what bas already. :been accomplished by the use of Rexall. "93" Hair we have the! From Wilkie aline.of 32 miles long right to assume that what it has done will bo buiit into the Cut Knife dis- for thousands of others it will do 'for; trict. Forty miles will be added to yo.u. In any event you 'cannot lose! the Kootenay line from Gold- anyUiing by giving it on OUT liberal.guarantee. Two'.sizes, oOc.and Remember, 'you can obtain Rex- 8 o'clock-Tuesday evening, the_nour Remedies in this community only en, B. C. The few miles between and Fort William will be why the mover did not ask for a re- at the close, and those who have.their 'duction of duties on-.all commodities, e-res "on the best prizes _an> piling required by-the .When rrfan-T- j facturers are" able'to. compete with foreign manufacturers for'trade in !other countries they'could not claim (.the protection for "infant industries.-'' The prosperity of the country lia'd 1 not been due to protection but would can, have been-greater had the tariff Sieen, as lcmg a tevm as you can_-thaL's all for starring the: count, si This -particuiar bank have, com- plete charge the votes of the can- didates, and no one connected with the contest department or the HeraM fstaff will have access to it until it is unlocked before the recount Tuesday evening.' About five prominent business men will .constitute the committee to re- count the.votes. Candidates-and their friends are in- vited to be present-at the recount. As a further safeguard of secrecy, It is requested that candidates and their at our Rexall Store. .T. Iliginbotham Co., Agents. Special! Isew. Yards will .be.laid out at Medi. cine Hat, Regina and Moose Jaw. their reserve higher and higher daily. have VQtes and subscrip. The question has been asked many times aa to how high the vote will go. impossible to tell.. The contest man doesn't know. Don't waste any time'trying to figure out the pro- vote.. Get as many sub- anjr can and then If .lower. A- tariff ..for. revenue bring a large revenue for the country and make the people more prosperous. R. S. Lake heW-that a reduction of the duty on agricultural implements vras necessary to the prosperity n" ths not complain it they had reasonable farmers and the manufacturers could cepted and certificates issued private you won't win, you'll know you have put forth your best efforts. The votes turned in on Monday will be on a plan assuring fairness to in the city each candidate will waited on, and the subscriptions ac- tions to turn in shall seal them up in packages, bring them to the contest of- lice, and place them in the locked bal- lot box. These packages will not opened until the following evening, the -supervision of the contest committee representative business men, the final count will be- gin. In order to give the candidates in the outside districts the same chance to work up to the last minute as the STANDING OF CANDIDATES BEFORE THE CLOSE OF THE CONTEST. Will 'Appear in Saturday's Itsue of the Herald. GRANI> PRIZES PIR3T 5-paasenger McLaughlin-Buick Touring Car. SECOND European tour, taking in Coronation cf King George, or in 4400 Suildtig Lot. DISTRICT PRIZES candidates, the following 136 plan has been adopted: BETTER GET PARTY BACK OF protection against unfair foreign com-i petition. Just before adjournment .lohn Her- ron put himselt on record "as favoring the resolution. He thought it was time the farmers were 'relieved from the burden oi the weight of the tar- with the true ends of a pro tcctive tariff." Three members besides Mr. Meighen i spoke of the motion, Messrs. W. E." IknoirlBs, Moose Jaw R. opportunity may come today for Qu'Appdlc, ar.d John Mac-. The postmaster-general stated that HI. The debate will not likely be sumcd before Wednesday, although an a discussion is, in one ot the .contest rooms, with no other candidate as a witness. In the country, each candi- date will mail the last day's business, or maybe several days' business, anl certainly no other candidate Tall be able to for miles and miles separate all tho country, hustlers. The ballot box containing the votes of the To t Mr. Meighcu held that it was the as a result oi negotiations between 10 rxeUJCe of sir Jofcn A. the British' postmaster-general and al's Tin to Western iand lhr otlicr framers Ol thc national the- cable companies, announcement of 1 policy to give promotion to thc man- a of cablc rates wouid prob_ in ufacturcrs only until such time as they a reasonable hold on the Ottawa, Jan. agriculturai; home market. The manufacturers now implement resolution introduced by liav-c a firm hold nn the Canadian mar Arthur (Portage la J ket and the protection should be re- occiipicd thc attention of thc Housrt j dnced. lie maintained that'the duty ie made in London ir. a few days. In reply to a question from R. L. Lauricr slated MBS.-.PEP DCSORONTO, orr. Syrvp is the Cough Cvar of Commons yesterday for the groat- on binders had been increase.J nee rr of the timo-auer the- preumniary the present gorcrmnent took office. to hclp lfce business had been disposed oi. Mr. Knowlcs, who is B Ljbcral, resolution was: "That in the) not commit himseli to support thn o'pinion of this substantial re-; motion. He is a believer.in free trade ruction in import duties on agrjculttr as they have it in Britain, but con- al implements is now flue ag-. '.tended that Canada is not yet ready: da and" is in Just for it. lie was in accord w th the T. Remittances Of, votes and subscrip- tions from the outside district will be included in the final count if made bo- lore 10 o'clock is, placed in the post reaches the contest department Tuesday before S o'clock. Subscriptions. mailed up to tne dosing hour Monday should reach the contest office Tuesday in time to be counted. The letters and packages received Tuesday will not be -opened by anyone until.the count commences, when the -judges will open the letters and supervise the issuing of votes. Uut-or-town contestants and subscrib [ers shall furnish upon the packages of votes and subscriptions prima facie ev- idence that the letters and packages were started by mail or mailed prior to 10 o'clock on Monday night. induce the postmaster or one of his assistants-to-write upon the back of the letter'of "This parceJ was posted-before. 10 o'clock Monday, .January. 23." which statement should She Wood's Norway be by the parties mentioned. If-they are wise, will nnt ast-day returning their NEWS FROM TOWNSH'P Z-15 riculturists oi Canada Pine Syrup is the best cough syrup I ever used. My baby had a very bad cold. I but that didn't cough she had until I got a bottle of this great tisb Columbia, under population. At least two of the- co to thiJ district. relisvc' and cure of the -7-dy.ipspsIa. They re-inforcc the stomach by supplying Jhe active principles needed for the digestion of all kinds of food. Try after each meal. 50c. a box. If your druggist has not stocked yet, send SOc. and we will mall you a box. 33 Dnif Mid Chenrieal Comyaay'af Oncrfa, v.Tnf bas been to my tamuy." I that tie candidates themselves and Dr. Wood's XoTy Pine Svrup con- 'tnelr friends, as ,ell have their 'the busmen of the past ttiw all the lung healing virtue, ot the re.ative standing. Nevertheless, how.) read Cleveland Dye was Norway nine tree. combined tnth ever, is error, ail trustee to fill the office vacated bv Wild Cb'eny bark and other pectoral tnc certificates; for- votM remedies makes it one of'the greatest cd and the votes.held in reserve xnll knoivn preparations-for Coughs, counted over, again. A Burroughs I j and all Throat and Lung Troubles. jadfilng machine wJN be used, manipula jof !t is a baby girl that arrived at his It is put up in a yellow wrapper; thrw ____________ Inome in-Milk River last Wednesday.; pjne trees tbc trade mark; price 25 cents smile that come off. The F, C. Smith and family spent Satur- all dealer? day evening Trith George Eber and Jtanufaeturcd rarally. by The T. Limited, Toronto, Ont. Gun crnlckly ores colds, heals IV. M 33 FMtb. D. L. KJMBALL, Grassy Lake, MISS KATHLEEN R. FARRELL, Couttc, MISS EMILY MILLER, Bow Island; Alta...............115.V50 MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, STANLEY WELCH. Baront, Atta................ MISS LILLIE MAY TIERNEY, Burdctt, SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys anc eirls rmAfr is yoare cf ALICE SPARKS, Sajmond, Alta.......................T75.360 RUSS2LL D JOLLY, Fernfcf 8. AGNES KERR, 417 Fourteenth PA.MER, Grassy Lake, Alta. PEGGIE 1252 FouriTi Ave. North WINNIE SELLENS, 903 Seventh St. JENNY McNULTY. 418 Wilson ADA MURRAY: 1104 St NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Horn St. JAWES WSBET, Stafford Village Contest Clones Monday, January 23rd. ;