Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, January 1911. THE LETHBR1DUE DAILY HERALD IKE HERALDS VOTING CONTEST ENDS TO-NIGHT AT 10 O'CLOCK )nly a Few Hours in Which the Patrons of The Herald May Take a Hand in Deciding Who Shall be the Winners in the Great Subscription Contest Contest Judging Committee George MacLeod, Of MacLeod Bros. C. R. Carlson, Manager Pioneer Lbr. Co. K. A. Cuniiingliaiu, Manager Rogers-Cunning- ham Lumber Co. J. 1 Simpson, Of The Simpson Co. A. 11. Of McKeown Hardware Co. X. B. Good, Of The Good Co. the judges wilj open the letters and aupervlee the Istuinfi of votes. Uut-oMovn contestants and suu- ncriberB shall furnish upon tie' pack- of and subscriptions prlma racle evlence that the letter! and pack ages wei'e started by mail of mailed prior to 10 o'clock on Monday night. Jctfuce the postmaster or one of bis to write upon the back of he letter or package, "This parcel was posted before 10 o'clock .Monday January which statement should be signed by the parties mentioned. Candidates If they are' wise will not put off to the last day returning subscriptions. The contestants themselves have a check upon the counting of 'ballots up to the last day. Every candidate keeps' track of the" votes and subscriptions turned In. Since the contest got un der way the votes have been counted and publlehed three times each weei: BO that the candidates themselves anc1, their friends as well have known the'ir relative standing. Xcverthclesfe, ever, to avoid any chance of error ail the ceriitlciiteK for votes already- counted and the votes held In reserve will be counted over agah. roughs adding machine will be used. The above committee of business men will be the judges of the entire count and will award the prizes. The awards will be made ex- clusively by the committee. The be held at the office of the Daily Herald. 'i'he summing up will commence eight 'o'clock to-morrovv even ing and the result should be known not later than'ten o'lock. Long before 'this issue OL The Herald reaches-more than half of iti the last vote will have been cast in its subscription voting contest." The bunch of votes will'be deposited in a score of] aifferentiocf.liti.es, and therefore is as secret as-any >voting contest could The candidates in the city or can not possibly get the least idea how votes are being cast }n any locality 'in the country, and the country 'candidates will be just as ixmcjj in the dark as to the number of votes( being'turned in by the city candidates. 'This feature of the con- test .is'very, desirable all around. is too not necessary candidates to get every subscription, possible. The candidates Jully .appreciate the value of. the prizes and" have worked accordingly, and-'there.is no possibility of a let-up on the last day. v It may take but a few subscriptions to- turn the tide iu favor of-any, particular candidate. la a recent contest in another near city, onlv separated the first second'grand prize winners. The iacked .the GOOO votes probably, secured every subscription he and "could not any more, and it is very certain that the 6ns'-who'bad the extra votes had. cause to be thankful that be never Burdock Blood CURES ALL Skin Diseases. CORNWALL TO ADDRESS CLU Afraid to Eat? Known "Apostle of North" to be Here on Wednesday All-disease's oMhe ekin are, more or less, directly occasioned Ijy a of the blood, and it is absolutely iai- possible to eradicate them from the i system unless you put your blood info yood shape. j The following skin difiea.ses are curable by Burdock Mori through it foTi wonderful cleansing, purifying powers on j vvaa, lt) am] Ufear' the blood, and jXrewovalins aclion on "apostle ot Uie NortU I n fen- Corn it was announced that of James K. il.F.K, local! Club, U-.ers has' bv.en and you have a stomach. They, will. that your food is properly digested. They are best of the NA-DRU-CO preparations, compounded bVJ v stopped untile the last minute. Th contestants in this contest j-re of ill calibre that has assured the Hiicces of this venture. Tomorrow evening the Herald wi exchange the twelve valuable prize for the votes, the candidates have been gathering the past two months. All the workers will be glad they entered. The Herald is proud of ibe line list of candidates; proud of the tine work that has been doiVe, ami the prizes which the judges will award to the candidates will he splendid reward for the tort required. All the candidates and their friend-; are' invited to come to the recount at the Herald office on Tuesday even- ing. The result "wilt be "announced as soon as all the votes are counted ten o'clock. Rules for the Finish' The Herald's great voting contest closes tonight at ten o'clock. The contest office in Tthe Herald building will remain open until that time to receive subscriptions. All candidates in the office at that hour will :.be waited on In turn but no one will after the closing. Immediately after the- close.of the contest (alter, the certificates have! BLOCK REPLACES HOTEL years, and it itche-1 so J did not knov.' what to do. I trie'l everythirig hut nothing eeemwi to be any j A heard of Burdock Blood litters ami bought two bottles of it. an-i now I am perfectly cured and have no suit rheum on my 'nands any more. I cannot epeak too of Burdock Blood Bitters." I Manufactured only by The T Milburn Co.. Limited, Toronto. Ont. will be held in tho Ajftrandra Caf-.-j and can secured from r.fce; the tary, J, Manwanhs, or the treas- urer, Ji. PROMINENT BAPTIST PREACHER DEAD! A two-storey business black is to take the place of the Balmoral Motel, i or ...McDonald, the pioneer Fifth street, which was burned out on Thursday, Jan. 12th. This r-an- nouncement has been aiade' by the trustees of the Henderson es- fatc, of which the burned hold was. The insurance appraisers completed their work on Saturday mid just as diedi preacher of the Canadian west, in the Strathcona hospital He came in 10 organize a; church in Winnipeg and stayed nine-years when he went to Grand' D. After ten years he to Edmonton and founded churches, city, Strathcona and j He resigned from the active soon as the weather permits worn 't monlhs Hc will be started cleaning up the debris j EerenLy.lrirec vean: 0. v and converting the building into a j s-arv'jved by two sons. J. editor modern two-storey block. It will, j stnuhcona Piaindealer, and Prof.' 1FTS KIT THE j RAILWAYS HARD! i Service on the Crow Bad-! ly Crippled-Carmangay I Train Derailed when comF.le'tcd, contain 'large basp-'; p., of the Baptist college as of neen issued on subscripions) the bal- Jot box containing certificates of all candidates will-be taken 'to-the Canadian Bank of Commerce and placed in a vault.' The ballot box vrillj be returned to the contest office Tucs-' day evening at 8 o'clock. Subscrip- tions mailed tip to the: closing hour Monday should reach the contest of- rice Tuesday in 'to., be 'counted. Tne letters and packages received Tuesday will not be opened by anj'- one until the count commences, when mcnt store space with front His wife died three! to the same, two large well lighted i years ago. stoccs on the ground floor and. very I ..________________ convenienilv arranged office suits on 1 the second.' floor. Centrally located i DIVIDEN'D OF COAL d COKE CO. as the sit-e is, it will make a valu- able location for business and j space both for stores and offices will doubtless be keenly sought aixcc. before 'QQ. prairie a of the .Branch has C. X Ji, Lad sacf- z as; it of i --'or rhe.ti'.jrd ilssf: up agafu this cwit.g :o' i'y drifts in iho cuts so T.rtiin.2. at CiK- to press, Siavlug of line ciiice ff' Don't throw away tlree or tubes, however b'ad they are.; Automobile? TIRES CENTRAL CYCLED WOR.K.S 331a Eights Ave. E.; Sf Next door to Eastern- ships Bank. FISH- AND Zz CHIPPED POTATO Also the best Meat the; tC3.! TOLD DUNN TO TAKE GOLD CURE STANDING OF CANDIDATES GRAND PRIZES FIRST McLauehlin-Buick Touring Car. European tour, taking in Coronation of King George, or ir, i'iyer Trent tiirougii. filied Itvet wirii the A pioT, aea: out aiiirad or Xo. -MacLeod list sot oj'. ociy a liiei. NO.-.HI- ANOTHER GOVcRNORSHIP GUESS iiiat the of O .1 iiot tne nexv 30 Canada- Nor. is. it ,.tiiat AUCTION SALES Conducted on shbrr notice.'. fsfar.tion. guaranteed. Live 'stocfe Tinee Alexander of 123. Tlie laost Earbi -Wo'od the second 'aad of each Spokane, .Jan. dividend be Feb. hi' the Internstionalj Coaf and-Coke Co.. is tha west LauacJ, irririd her- a; 7 '0 quarterly dividend-of orse and a aad hasten bo3a .cents arshare. araoujiticjr to xo. Ivo. i >cl-i Its payment the total of' -r No. i' dividends to company's Credit's TUe cobjotay a equipped and highly r-rod'jcijvc coil mtne at Coieman, Alberta. E23 ncvr Is Hen. Harccanr nyniptcr colonies, j it is said ass accepted il-e ppsi- U03. His is a niece of J. Pief- -MARHALL Produce-Brokecs 'Hay, Qriaisi 'and car; lowest Phcris 67S, M A J EST 1C- TH E AT R E B D y The track was exfvctec tn rw ore ou: Building Lot DISTRICT PRIZES DISTRICT 1 Vacation trip or second DISTRICT Vacation trip or W5; DISTRICT Vacation trip or DISTRICT Vacation trip or DJVISION A. "At bast ont of grand prfzci go to This divition Dirtrict No. that part; cf the City of Lethbridge.lying north anrt "spinicated" and for his own of the following1 boundary: Tbird Avt., from First Street to Sixth Street, David Dunn is in ihe police toils again and Chief Giilespie ana police .Magistrate Ball are really. very much worried as to what to do with him. David only got out of the barracks on Saturday.- Accordiag to his story, and he has the documentary evidence j to bear him out, there is lying in wait for him and has been for sever- al weeks at Raymond post ofnca SiS i He. he fell foul of old John Barleycorn a month aiid a half ago. he was released on Saturday he immediately hfed himself to'the" police station, pointed out- that he was broke and j enough money to purchase a 'ticket to Raymond. Vie was" given i seventy-live cents. On Saturdav I night shortly after saloon closin.c 1 lime he was found by Const. Kroninp j pro- tection was taken to the cells. -He FATE IS IRONICAL sent him from- the old country, was on his way to it when Srockvjlte, Jan. :'e-.v treeks ago Manager W.R. vtrs. of the Finsers Cank, stood in the Brockv-sie pol- ice court, pressing similar cfcarge.5 against a "young man had besn in charge of a branch near here, with the re- sult rhat his suboniinaie cer was sent to" the penii-rn- Ciary 'or three years. has ironicalin the neSi; with which it has deair" out retribution To oid-.-r man. a'ter o '1'iic trilu fcui la tryiur ;o ceiotia-- a driti; tien-.i'ecL The suxiJiarr sent cni froni tfce .jcards cr-re r.nd rivej only. in. liit.- -iise h? ntacmn ttXICI minallon. The government offers to of the cr.isade.