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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, .Tannary THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD SHEKMAN, Phone 640 CONCEPT PARTY One mglit -only--Friday, January 27 h Including the following well known artists' 11. EUTTIVEX MacDONALD Canada's7 Greatest. Baritone MILDRED GORDON Header (Gold Medalist.) MISS BERTHA MAY CRAWFORD Soprano (Soloist Metropolitan Methodist Church Toronto) .Planlste. prices Sale at Box Orifice MISS EDITH BARKER WINS HERALD'S McLAlGHLIN-BUICK AUTOMOBILE (Continued Irbm ;front, PUBLICLY THANK THE JUDGES pied about an hour. The judges your, other sporty hold of their work in a masterly :'maii stunt', awl, the-best :of it all is that.' ner, comparing certificate with he seldo'm Mr! Kimljle is a jolly the adding machine 'figures to good fellow, and he certainly kept the sure of the correctness of the votes of other candidates on the. move. Mr. each candidates. Krom. "..the. great Kimhall will get then some, great piles of pink certificates already Miss Parrel, with a vote issued''to the city candidates it was Of .wins purse oi plain that the vote-individual and as gold. In almost every contest the. a run Very high. (large number of votes could "corral" i almost tiie test-, if not the best, prize Miss Farrel has satis-' For fully two hours the judges krnl steadily at their work. In the mean- time the candidates, while in sus- of knowing that during Uio pense and anxious to learn the resuli, by rooting, up, she could, had a good time comparing notes and maku thc other Candidates lake no bantering each other. Thc very of feeling prevailed Herald wiebes to pub- ilcly thank tne ueorge Maeleod, J. F. Simp- sou, u. K. CarJeon, E. A. Cun- ningham, A. H.' McKeowu ana X B. kindly in- spected and counted tlie votes ana uwaYdert trie prizes at the close contc-it. The per- sonal and business, f tending of cnese genUemen is a sultlclent guarantee tnat the contest V.-HS conducted along lines tnat were fair to ail. lice and put more steam into their i work- With the country slu- had to When thc result was finally made known, the candidateswho diil not win the prize of their choice, congra- tulated those who secured the grand Majestic Theatre prizes. "Miss Ilarkcr modestly re- i W. B. SHERMAN, MANAGER PHONE 645 r Friday Feb. 3- 4 t' Popular Price Matinee 'Saturday. Adults 75c; Children 25c. floor Balcony Gallery, 50c. A -Stubborn' Cinderella The Wonderful Girl Show 497 'Times iii Chicago 203 Times iii ]S ew York Legs and Wondei'liil' Voices" San Call. "Go -Wodd.- "Spientliil-chiU'ining-'' Winiiipeg: Free Press "Best of Musical >Showsf? Va'iicoiivcr. Pro- Theatre Box..ofi'icc. Monday .January 30 ceived the hearty congratulations from Imum number of votes, and The Her- aid intends to add to, ilA.- value of her prize. ,t Mrs. A. E.'- Humphries proved her- self a premier, solicitress, as her all her rivals. Miss did vote of proves. In the received the cheque for (prefer- awarding .of the prizes, she came out ring the. cold cash to a trip first in her with a very wide! said "All I can say is that I am margin to spare. Mrs. Humphries al-: real glad" and tickled and aril the rest, so worked early and late, and The- of the "good things, that I won." Mr. Herald "intends ttf show its apprecia- Coulter, in a few well-chosen words, -tion of her work by increasing the appreciation of the prize value of her prize.' he won-the Fairmont lots. j Georgfi E "kid" can- The Candidates didate from Pincher Creek, proved Miss Edith Harksr, winner of the himself a-_lvastler "of -the first wattr. McLaughlin-Buick'automobile, devoted as his to.tal votes conclus- much more than spare time to the iyely proves. .Young George started contest votes. She was deep in the very late, but he got the business contest work when the time came, when he did-start. Me gets 575 for after the holidays, for her to s take his labor, which will go a long wav charge of her school, and believing toward .removing the memory of the that her chances for .success depended cold days he was out telling the peo- on continuing actively: in 'the field. of Pincher and vicinity what employed a substitute for her school a great paper the ..Herald is. work. And now she is glad she did. Miss McDonald, another Her vote of .is about as later starter, rolled up votes large as could be secured in her terri- in a very short, time, most of the. any other, for that-matter, business being secured the not go and ot to turn'iu a subscription aftut thc contest was announced, at the close said she didn't expe.ct get a drew one-of lhe purses, of gold. "Alice Sparks, in making a whirl- wind finish, gets Houncer, the j and swo.ll little buggy for her i-wn I little, self. Alice saw Bouncer TCH; "the lirst time yesterday, before knew whether she iiad won or not. She said io her mamma, "I win but she didn't what she would do it she didn't win "him. .A vote of over is pret- ty classy for a "kiddy." Russell Dudley certainly made a great race', and'he missed out by a very small, margin. In appreciation "of Russell's good work the HeralJ wishes to" make'him a nice present" be- sides the regular commission which ha has earned. What do you want, Rus- Agnes Kerr led all the other bridgc candidates, putting up a splen- did fight against very strong odds. The_Herald intends to give Agnes a 'nice little keepsake besides the res'i- -'lar 10 per cent, commission. Peggie L'raig' is a little mis- leading, as her volume of business was larger than the" vote would indi- cate. Winnie. Seilens and Walter Pal- Automobile Free FIRSfT PRIZE This beautiful, fully equipped, five passenger auto, with electric TO BE GIVEN AWAY Also from 53CO.CC to 51500.00 Sn other prizes, for the selling of a small medallion frame. An eaual chance for every person''who wishes to enter thig contest, -which'will be very short. in a few weeks. Ouen: for entries until llth. .Write for; further particulars and full specifications of the auto and selling" article. J. G. Maxwell P. O. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION IN ONTARIO Toronto, Jan. Justice Si- iMeretiitu. has' been appointed a commissioner to recommend to the government the should be taken by the tion Act which tbe'governmeiit introduce1 to tne place of -the present legislation wljiqli has fe.eoji m force 35 years. -Tne new act is expected to be a distinct "advance1 trv on the present one. 120 JAP FISHERMEN DROWNED Seattle, Jan. bilngs that' Jap fjshlnp ;sels were lost m the storm which prevailed Uwarl bay, Jan. b were wrecked and tC hundred arid cweuU men were -drowned.' :w O6W .fdavs when they worked for Bouncer. Mlf to her Campbell Aird, with The-Herald has added a great manv mends tnat die could back fasily slips into, possession of one subscribers, while giving its old and win out; two years ip. succession, the gold. Camph.ll IsubscTiltos a chance to participate in Bj urtue-oi hating- the higher vote good considering that-'thb voting. The people of Lcthbridre' ot any candidate in Division-A. Miss all.'the work was-done- after outside territorv have been V" Danes .von the and pn Saturdays. J an opportihiitv to show their appi np-and took the money. This young ;Vlmo. from thc Tact Ration'of the merits of The Herald lady s suhscription list covered a vast that of -br canvassers, of fine ad- field-no; subscription being very laigo jn' her-.-istricIncomes in for the unusual-business ability, and none for much less than a year. This pmc a'handsome rewarrt for From evcrv point- of view the con- Her vote Of therefore, cov- the-tirac devoted ".to the asHest was a success. The Herald, uhcn i crs a large amount of business. Five Mmc; Norman 'the contest was announced, was am-J hundred dol'ars m real money will woman bitious of g 0'00 no doubt fit "in very well right now. Mrs. ;Agncs the' first copies: for' the dailv. A rough glancri and Miss Danes is certainly shn A A. .'over the. report--sheets "of the candi- hustled for votes m all kinds of wca- TO-NIGHT Mohawk's Way (Bi- ogrsph.) Great La Barr (thc 20th Century Nsw Operator (Selig.) by Little Hands (Se- lig.) i Co. (In the fam- ous Fire Dances. A spec- tacular production.) ther. D- W. Coulter, winner of the building lots in Fairmont, was thr, "sphinx" of the contest, and for that reason all the candidates kept won- i tiering "what's-dbin1 in Taber." His splendid rote of shows that, there was good, ground for consi-rferine; j that his work would cut a figure at I the Mr. Coulter is a j man and he entered the contest as a business His extended subscription'list.proves that his field of operation included a large territory j outside oi Taber. Mr. Coulter be-! j licvcs tliar anything worth going air j ter at ,all is worth [roing after hard. "Don" L. Kimhall, winner of first prize in district 4. was the life of: (the' co'ntest. Pie gathered 1.730.7RO a ercat band'can. If oer-; 'suasion wouldn't, brine results other: 'motb'ods were reFortptl to. HoM .run The last day of the Herald's -i. dates show that The Herald bas moro reached the fact, .i. -will hav-e about 200 to the. good. Herald is only a little over contest contained many sur- three years old and has good reason prises, not the least of which was -the great number of new obtained, it will be' Impossible to get all these new names on tne mailing list and distributed among the carrier boys for daysJ The Herald asks the indulg- ence of Its subscribers at. this time. An extra number of pa- pers containing: the results of tne contest win be printed, and all new subscribers will later receive a copy. .The sub- to feel proutl of its circulation figure. 4- Advertisers -will benefit greatly, as :Thp. Herald is entrenched stronger' r1 than ever in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. Impromptu Banquet After the finish of the count, the of thc candidates, i the business representatives of the Herald and thc contest "people11 rc- to the Alexandra and partook of a. very' daintily: served 'dinner. ft; an enjoyable affair, about tweu- MAY BE'HE CAN PREVENT THE FROST Selkirk, .Mart.. Jan. Wm. 1' Anderson, ctiler engineer of the Do- minion department of marine and ilsnertes, was hero today confcrrinc; with tne local officers of his depart- ment with regard to proposed im- provemeats to Winnipeg nav! Kation. Disastrous storms coupler! with' ireczing of tee Red Kiver last No-1 vemner winch resulted in ihe> fieina up of all tne vessels in the Late mpeg lieet, the invfsti- gation wlilch tne manna department is making with a view towards tlXiny steps a recurrence a. like iiry at Ara tin declirc' At thc Chinese inquiry at Aancou- ver Hon. -Joseph Martin declircd that nobody in Vancouver could .in or- fier or a contract from govern- mrnt in the last-nine except through Mr. Kcelv. These Great Mean Great Crops Next f Xear i The time to buy real estate is cow. We h.-ivo -1 lots near tne old fair grounds to sell 'or each on very easy payments. Small cash payment, and small monthly pay- Xn interest. VV. It. JOHNSON LAND CO, JOHNSON BLOCK 323 SOUTH loot race, lassie, guess your be dated from the time the paper starts from tne time the subscription was J. J. 4. riNAL STANDING OF ALL THE CANDIDATES 'DIVISION A. biitrict No. 1 MRS.A.E HUMPHRIES. Tenth St. 2nd Ave............939.675 CAMPBELL AIRO. 1304 Sixth Ave. 264495 MISS GRACE PROUSE, A-gyle ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 St. 1l'o45 HAROLD KERB, 444 Torrance .Ave. District No. 2 MISS OLIVE DAVIES.. 406. Fifth Ave. MME. E. NORMAN. 622 Sixth Ave. South MISS AGNES DOWSETT. 907 Seventh Avei South ......199.545 MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY. 302 Sixth Ave. A. South.......113.110 DIVISION B. District No. 3 MISS EDITH HARKER. Cardston. D. W.-COULTER, Taber. GEORGE E. PELLETIER, Pincher Creek ............715'430 MISS ELIZABETH McDONALD, Frank. Alta. MISS MARY MACKENZIE. Maeleod. 294370 JOHN R. MacDONALD, Hotmer, B. C.................... Dintrict No. 4 D. U Grawy Lake, Alta................. MiSS KATHLEEN R. FARRELL. Coutts, Alta. 981 125 MISS EMILY MILLER, Bow MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, Alta..............62T610 M'iSS UILLIE MAY TiERNE'vT Alta. SHETLAND PONY DIVISION ALICE SPAHKS, Raymond, Alta. ....___ RUSSULL DJDLtY. Fernie, B. C............ ..536.350 AGNES KERR, 417 Fourteenth WALTER PA-MER, Grassy Laka, PEGG4E CRAIG, 1252 FourtTi Ava. North 135730 WINNIE StLLEWS, SOS Seventh St. A. t.. 80470 JENNY McNULTY, 418 Wilson 23 ICO scription terrr., however, j ty-five, being seated around'the table.) The caiMiidates rpsponden "Ho-.r ij -I- Gathered the -Votes." Mr. BuHiaiun -r publicly thanked the candidates and their supporters oi the good and 4-1 clean -work done for The Herald. Mir. J. F. Simpson, on behalf oi thc judg- es, certified to the businesslike meUi- od. employed in the conduct oi the contest, and the happy gathering i :d not adjourn until nearly 1 o'clock this morning. Palpitation of The Heart. TOTAL When thc heart begins to beat irregu- larly or intermittently, palpitate and throb, skip beats, beats fast for a time, then go slow as to seem almost to stop, it causes great anxiety and alarm. Thc least excitement or exertion seems to affect it. Many people are tept in a state of morbid fear of death, become ireak, worn and miserable, through this unnatural action of thc heart. j To al! such sufferers Milburn's Hesft and Nerve Pills can give prompt and j premanent relief. j Mrs. John Thompson, Mill Cove, N.B., a fevr to let you j knew tdiat Milburn's Heart and Nerve j Pills have done for me. T have I troubled with weakness and palpitation of the, heart: would hax-e severe choking and could scarcely lie down ati all. I tried many remedies but got r.OuC to answer ray case like your pills did. I can recommend them highly to all suffer- ing with heart and nerve trouble." Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills arc; .yx.'pcr box or 3 boxes for nt ._.. tlcilcvs or will be mailed direct on receipt of price by Tne T. Milburo Co, Liraitcu. J- Out. Specials for Friday To-morrow (Friday) we are mak- ing special offers in Dress Linens. Our stock of these goods is too large, and to reduce it we are mak- ing you this splendid offer for one day only. Dress Linens Nice smooth even finish, suit- able for Ladies' and-Children7s Dresses, 36 inches wide, colors green, pmk, sky, mauve, tahac- brown, navy, old rose and white, regular 35c, 'special Friday Remnants Remnants Remnants Heavy on the Remnants We are making Friday and Satur- day Special Remnant Days Hundreds of remnants are being offered at less than cost All new, first quality goods See Our Remnant Counters ;