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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Frislay. January 20..101 THE- LKTUmUDGF, DAILY HERALD IT RESTS WITH YOU WILL YOUMAKE GOOD? "You" Means, in this Particular Instance, Both the Candidates and the Subscribers-Hie Time to "Think'' Has Passed- "Work" Alone Brings Results' Contest Judging Committee Of MacLeod Bros. K. Carlson, Manager Pioneer Lbr. Co. A. Manager Rogers-Cunning- ham Lumber Co. F. Simpson, Of The Simpson Co. A. IT. Of McKeown Hardware Co. H. O. Clarke, Of Clarke Co. PHOTOPLAY THEATRES' arc pronounced by world renowned Bori Accord Block, I hereby apply for o the. Capital Stock of at 'a par value of ?25.00 each. .V: accept the shares me or to accept any lesser number which" may be allotted to ine.''" I enclose herewith 'as .'first payment of J10.00 per share. Tours truly, CANADA g will remain -open until that iimc to receive subscriptions. All camlidnics in the office at that hour he waited on in turn, but no one he admitted after that hour.- to 5he last day. Every candidate keeps rrack of the voies and subscriptions turned in. Since the contest got under way the vnles have been counted and published three times each week, so Thai the candidates themselves and STANDING K CLEARING immediately after tlu; close of rhe tueir friends, as woll have known their. lai'ror all rhe ccriifinites have ('relative Xevcrtheless, how-} i-con issued the bal-j ever, to avoid any chance of error, ailj Jot box coutaluius; rhe ecrtificates of n BEFORE THE CLOSE OF THE CONTEST. Will Appear in Saturday's Issue of the Herald. GRAND PRIZES McLauohlin-Buick touring Car. tour, taking in Coronation of King Georyc, or in cii'n Building Lot. DISTRICT PRIZES DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip'or S75; DIVISION A. least one cf the grand prizes go io thii division. District No. thai part of the City, of Lc-fh'Vridsc lying north ?.n.d Uie following boundary: Third Ave., from First Street to Sixth south on Sixth to Fourth Arc1., on idvqcatts; farmers building the road. and i-Xgayij statistics and data to show' thatYtne Hudson's Bay is three dcgre cr than Lake Superior, and' takes thirteen: degrees -more to jfreezo'- fresh water, and: bay and straits at the open twelve months in the Convention Closes. Calgary, "Jan. mcrs of Alberta -third annual lion came to a close this afternoon. j They unanimously endorsed the.-.resp-' j lution adopted by the. Caiiadian-'Goiin--' discussion, it wasj0" which ca to Uie Dominion with, the organiza- _ T Joiin l.-H 3 Letntrirtge V7n 53H.G2S .a i or Years From 'ir alien and Sick Headache. .December Ifi and A committee composed of the nrmed all thp. clauses -la-id Jollowing was appointed, -whicn that convention. They passed: a is to.wJect a couucii to .organise and not to .support''anj-rproyinciaf c ol uotninion he aicssrs TUomasson, Rat-' initial lon-t annsna. Tprrance, Kaate, Mil- j livCF tbc referendum and the'recalU Tho next convention set _afc some time'in August by .IhtTboarcl.pE; directors who will also place the meet ing. An effort- will tc made to jb n all the farmer, associations in Canada in one great horty. This- work Vill will cousist, of eight hoys he taken up this" year W-contribu- each. The first boy of each patrol from the farmers for this, pur- w.ll br leader, and each group of pa- posc arc .solicited hv the organization. trol leaders is to have a srout mas- j ______' r ter. following names were gcsted as scosit masters: Messrs Long, McKinnon and KaaVc. The three di-isions were suggested hy one of those present because it take in hnys -irhich would na- turally grouprd tn.siclher hccaiisc of :ord, Long and Fiske. This'commit- tee is ;o meet within the next few days and report its selection. If the'council agrees with the com- mittec appointed last night, three di- visions tvill be org.ini7.ed and the pa- Herlache seetxs habitual with many H. frilhtila, Irainmaster. of ths Perc Marqtiette K.R., in a'nri practically in complete charge of the Canadian division, has resigned t0 be- come superintendent of the Illinois Traction System. common inclinations and interests. people; indeei, some .ire seldom, if ever, j boys he found free from it, su.To-ing continually, and woidering tvhy they can get no relifif. The frequent of all are bilious or sick headtches, and arc caused by some derangement of the stomach or bowels, or both. Burdock BIool Bitten regulates the digestive and biliary organs, removes f aci.lity of the stomach, improves ciigcs- j bowels, j an 1 pnmsrej a perfect circulation of pure blood to all portions of the bodv. fc lhp whsch aPpcalcd PELS HAD TO STAND ON TABLE (Continued from front A SHETLAND PONY DIVISION contest for boys anc girls under years of age. ALICE SPARKS, Rs; rr.ond, Alta. 175 RUSS2LL DODLtY. Fernie, B. C......... "l65 AGNES KERR, 4'7 Fourteenth St..................... 13 WALTER PA.WER. Grassy Lake, PEGGIE CRAIG. 1252 Ave. North 72160 WINNIE SELLEWS. SGS oi. o JENNY McNULTY, Wiison St.......... ADA MURRAY. 1104 St. NORA STAFFORD. 1619 Hcrrt St..................... 3475 Stafford Vs-Iaoc..................... Context Closes IMonday, January 23rd. Blood Bitters. I only iook th-ce bottles of the medicine, and row r in T cured. I can truthfully testify thrit BJ5.B. ie tbt I have ever uted." Good -ovcrmr.ent, he savs, docs not comr from the heads of the Ircpsta- from tho united action of of the common people, and of thf common pro- "lr is the voice of God. The next on'the program was frid Grihble, Socialist organizrr of Western Canada, wbn gavp a snor? appear worse than ever. k, ami Grateful Mothers! Whst Zam-Suk Did for Their Llttli Ones Thousands of mothers In Canada owe a debt of sratiturta to Zam-Bnk for its cure of their children, and hun- dreds of them are not slow to recog- the cla.iin. Mrs. J: Qniding. of Ninette. Man., says: "My little hoy was suffering very badly from a form of skfn disease over his eye. J applied Zara-Btik to the affected pan. and in a rery short time, I am pleased to say. the sores vrere completely healed." uf 3il outfoik ST., Guelph, Ont.. says: "My Jittle daugh- ter Lorinda contracted a sVin diceaee. Tbij; first broke out like tiny ng the Id din- j appear time, and ihen re- Wo tried Socialistic hut thr audirnrr ami with each StaF 'Hat c-puStion m A WJmbcr of rcsol'itirtns arr to J.r tha bowels. Let People Build Railway Manufactured only by The T. Mi.bu i s- of Sintaliita, Co., Limited, Toronto, Out. ask., dolivrrcrt a vn'jr interesting ad- Perserverance with a complete Ail druggists and Btoren Buk at oflc box or poet free from Buk Co., Toronto. uiKm receipt price. ;