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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHM4DOC, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, I Ml, Provincial Election Estimates GIVEN IN PRIZES MAKE YOUR ESTIMATE IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING One DOMINION PIANO Given as FIRST PRIZE THE PRIZES A Dominion Piano will be given as the first prize to the person sending in the nearest correct estimate of the total number of votes polled in the City of Calgary, in the .1909 Alberta Provincial Election. To the 10 next nearest correct estimates a Credit Certificate to the amount of S100 each will be given. Each of the competitors sending in the next 10 correct estimates will receive a Credit Certificate to the amount of The next thirty prices will be dis- tributed in the following order, according to the nearest correct estimates- 5 Credit Certificates 5 worth 5 worth 5 worth S70; 5 worth and 5 worth Following this in groups of 5 each, Vvvj less, until the entire shall have been distributed. Eligible Voters for 1909 We are informed and believe our information is correct, that the total number of persons eligible to vote in the 1909 Provincial election in the city of Calgary is Why This Offer is Made This extraordinary offer is made because of our desire to compile mailing list of all .the homes without instruments in Western Canada. We believe we. can secure the information desired more quickly and more economically .than we could by spending twice the sum by using solicitors aaJdjatnvassers. "V TljeTairnessof this offer at once appeals to the public from the fact that the Mason Risen product has been-sold for years exclusively upon uniform or fixed price plan, all instruments being marked in plain figures, which are conclusive as to price. Therefore to all winners of Credit Certificates there an absolute assurance of a bona-fide reduction -of the amount of the Credit Certificate on any New Piano you may select. Conditions In (ft a tie, the value of the prize in question will be awarded on neatness and legibility of answer. At! answers must be written plainly, giving name and address; also stating whether you have an organ, square or upright piano, giving.name of maker. JTor conveui- ence> you may fill out the blank below, or at your option use other paper. Hemember, every person sending in an estimate has equal prospects of getting a prize regardless of when the estimate is sent in, provided it reaches us before the close of the contest, Saturday, March 20th, 1909. V It is conditional upon sending your estimate that you agree tc abide by the decision of the judges, who are disinterested parties and whose decision will be final. Those who receive Credit Certificates can apply them on the pur- chase price of any New Mason Riscb, Henry Herbert, Newcombe, Dominion, Classic or Harmonic piano in our Calgary ware-rooms, but can not apply them on any purchase made prior to (he close of the contest. March 20th, 1909. These Certificates will have no cash surrender value and can only be used as a credit on the purchase of any of said pianos. Any one residing in Western Canada can send in one estimate. Not more than one estimate will be received from the same party or 'family. Where there is more.than one estimate sent in same party or family all will be rejected. Our employees sad then- families, the judges and their families and all other person? in any way connected with the piano trade will not be allowed to compete. No announce- ments of the estimates will be made until after March the names of the winners will be announced as soon as coii.pjete lemrns are in from all wards. The Judges The awarding of the prizes will be ,'eft entirely to disinterested parties! and the following well known Newspaper men have kindly to act as W H.Watson, of "The H. J. Fon of The and D McGillicuddy of the "Daily AU estim les will be sealed and turned over to the judges Saturday night, luarch 20th, 1909, and will not be opened untii after the election, when all winners wiU be announced- The Contest will Close at 10 p.m. Saturday, March 20th, 1909 And all estimates must be received by that "time and all answers must be addressed to "Manager Contest Mason Riscb Piano Co., Limited, 710 Centre St.. Calgary. Alberta THE MASON RISCH PIANO CO., LTD, 710 St., Calgary, My Estimate of Name.......................................-----........ Street Number......-...........................----............... Province........................................................... If you own an Organ, Square or Upright PianoYo've name of Maker: Organ......--.. -Square................ Upright................ Name of s THE PRIZE PIANO IS ON EXHIBITION IN OUR WARERQOMS l MASON 4 Factory Branch PIANO GO. LTD. 710 Centre St.. Calgary, Alberta HOTEL MAN DEAD Toronto., -March Nelson. o'f'Xc'lson Bros.; proprietors of the- Rosirin House, dropped dead in the rotunda today..'. He was 65 years old atxl in his younger days was "a noted rifle shot. MORE HAMILTON ACCIDENTS Hamilton, Ont.r March. sew- er trench eight feet deep caved in today burying three inen alive. -All available .workiaen engaged in men out. Wholesale Liquor Merchant D A WARM GATHERING to organisation- and the adoption of, Marcellus in a feeling reply addressed vai-ious plans the above officers were j tho rnetting: at some length on thay the interest on any of its bonds means a failure to pay the interest on any of its bonds and if. Alberta were called upon at any time to im- plement its guarantee so also at the same time would Ontario and would he Dominion of Canada and would the province of Saskatchewan and ;hc provim-p nf be called unon to .implement their .several guar nntces upon the bonds issued in con- nection with the lines of railway as o which those several guarantees have -riven. So that if such a ,hing could be conceived that either, one of these transcontinental compan cs failed to the interest on the londs that are guaranteed bv the pro vince of Alberta there would follow a icjuidatimi or winding up of the whole company from end to end in' Canada and f. re-organization of the railwav of the Dominion, a re-onran- >phicih in view of the financial stake which the people of have in these railway systems by rca-' on of the riven thvough FetJeral and provincial legislation 1 province As to the other lines the control exercised over tbe rales by the Dominion -Railway Commission is a -sufficient safeguard that exces- sive rates will not be charged. HOW IT WORKS Cont-Kterincr the method of pruaran- these railway bonds and the disposal of the purchase money of the bonds the system outlined in the Alberta Government Acts shortly is as bond issue as to any one line of railway, treating each Dne guaranteed as 0 separate line for this purpose, is guaranteed by the govern- ment upon an agreement being nuide vrith the company embodying terms as to the class of construction mid other details ami upon a mortgage being executed by the company to a trustee approved of by the govern- ment upon the line and all the assets of the railway company in connection with the line. The bonds are then .sold in the markets of the world and the purchase money is paid by the purchaser direct into a bank approv- ed of by the government, to the credit of The Provincial Treasurer of tihe pro vince of Alberta, The money so plat ed in the bank and the balance that remain from time to time are covered l-.y the mortgage. The railway com- pany then proceed to constract the line of railroad in connection with j "such certificate (ciftl Treasuicr in8tiwi fro the money to his crudit .namely, from the of the bond issue, to the company '-for 1 he. amount so certified bj; -ijov" crmneiit eiijriricer to bo construction already done, that is to sjiy. for the value of the work done in proportion to the w.heb, io be done, upon1 that The batohces to "the cnKiit Treasurer in the bank in. 1 crest at such rate as is ixrranjjed be- tween thu company and tho bank and the interest is added'to the amount in the bank '.from ..time "to time. Thus it will be seen that both the bond holders and the government ther the security of the purchase, mo- ney of the" bonds or the completed '-at any tiiiae under the mort- Tho T-esuit of these; legislative provisions will be that, in connection with the lines of railway (ruarantoed by'the province and deposited in the banks of the province to the credit of the. Provincial Treasurer an ahiouut exceed ins twenty-seven m illion dol-: lars of foroi-jn capital and it assuriied that as soon as; the nioney is deposited in the bank or any por- tion of it in connection with any one line of railway that the railway com- pany will proceed struct-that line, because' they'will bo losuijr the difference between the rate of interest .paid by .the bank.on. the deposit and the interest they are call ed upon to-pay to their '-bond-holders the money or any portion of it is lyine -idle, a. difference of about one cent. When millions are being dealt in corporations do their iit- most %o sa.ye one cent; The sys- tem above outlined" ;jiuarantees the province complete security in connec- tion xvith .the issue of -the bonds as well as the speedy construction, of the lines of railway. McNEIL IS STRICTLY IN DEPEND- ENT (Spseial to the Herald.) Macleod, Alta., March Con- servative meeting was held tonight at the village of. Orton, six iniles: east oc Macleod. Mr. E. P. Mitchell, who "was nom- inated ,.at.v the .Conservative conven- tion last- Saturday .said-io, the few ivho had assembled ..to heai.-him, .that he wished to impress upon "them" that he was .running on an -absolutely in- dependent ticket. .He spokie on the Government Eailway policy, which he said thatjie thought was excellent, and that he was in no "way "opposed to which the" bonds have been..sold. Af-; it. e- also spoke on National high- ter each month's work has- been done ways, stating that the .Government the worlc done during, the month is should build .these between, towns and inspected-by a government engineer i market places and that they should "it being upj.bs built of provincial fund's. He also construction '.-dwelt on the policy of the New agreed upon between the government! Zealand and Australian Government's and the company before- any money in loaning money to setters.. He said is'paid over to the cpmpan.v. .Upon that he advocated this. and he must certify to the standard to of I 0MEDIATE1D5B; LINSEED PAIlftS 1 Gal. Tins Tins Quarts 2.0) Have Stood the Test for over Forty SOLE AGENT C. W. GHAY LET H BRIDGE ALBERTA ;