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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta rrU DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, i' 1 Vi fi. PAGE SEVEN GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST The Contest Lethbridge Herald The Contest Is Open Grand Prize Gourlay-Angelus Piano Purchased from Gourlay, Leamimff, Toronto. Angelus Player- Action is manufactured by the inventors, Wilcox White, of Meridan, and installed in the piano fejr Gourky, Wimter A Leeming-. piano it ready at all times for by hand, and its responsiveness is not in any iray marred by the introductiem Amf elui Will seen. Grand Prize Winter Trip to California Consists of trst-clasB round-trip tieket Tkit trip may W SMT time desired and over th route of your ewii selection. If it should fee found ts trip, tie prize may takt THE GASH SUM Grand Prize 2 25-ft. Lots in Parkdale, worth Purchased from Skeith Tilley, Real Estate Wutefol adjoins tito mtw 6ity Park, has just been placed on the market. These lots will be worth apiece INI tkam HANDSOME DISTRICT PRIZES Terriiory in which The Herald circulates has 'been divided into two districts: with prizes for each yiT-imj? everyeme aa opportunity to win a pnze. 'After the Prizes have been awarded will be awarded to each district. Winners of Tjrand Prizes are not eligible io win a District 'Prise. Ne candidate will be allowed te win two prizes. Prizes for District No. 1 j. City of Lethbridge One Diamond chased from K. A. Wright. One Gold chased from B. A. AVright. On-3 Morris ed from Turpin Furniture Company. One Ladies1 chased from Turpin Furniture Company. One 24 in. Suit chased from Lethbridge Sad- dlery Company. One Umbrella. Prizes for District No. 2 Includes All Territory Outside of Lethbridge 9ne Diamond from R. A. Wright. Ont Cold from R. A. Wright. One Morris ed from Turpin Furniture Company. One Ladles1 chased from Turpin Furniture Company. One 24 In. Suit chased from Lethbridge Sad- dlery Company. One Umbrella. The object of the contest is to secure new subscribers for The Herald. The Fifteen Valuable will who the largest The Herald. which the contest, will be issued OH paid-in-adVance of various at Totti will be ments. ef subscriptions to also en arrearage pay- o Rules and Conditions of tht Contest WHO MAY ENTER THIS GREAT PRIZE CONTEST Any married or single lady or gen- tleman, girl or boy of any age in Leth- bridge or within the circulation zone of The Herald is eligible to enter the contest. It is not ntcessary to' ba a subscriber or even subscribe to The Herald to become a candidate. Candidates may nominate them- selves or may be nominated by their friends. The Herald reserves the right to reject any nomination with- out giving any reason therefor, or to change any rule for cause- No member of employer's family or emjjvvyes of. The Herald or member of employes' families will be eligible :is a candidate. THE VOTING The voting will be done by ballots clipped from The Herald and by cer- tificates issued upon the payment of a subscription. The Daily and. Week- ly coupons will be good for Totes -when neatly cut out, name of candidate filled in and brought or mailed to the contest department before the expiry date upon them. Certificates for will be issued as per schedule. Votes cannot be bought, but are is- sued free when asked for when sub- scriptions are paid. Candidates will be allowed to ac- cept subscription money and give temporary receipts therefor. When the money is turned in at The Herald office a regular receipt will or mailed to the subscriber. THE DISTRICTS Each district is separate and dis- tinct in itself, and -the vote cast for candidates in one district has no bear- ing whatever upon the number of votes cast for candidates in other districts, except so far as jthe grand prizes are concerned. The grand, prizes will be awarded to the three candidates re- ceiving the greatest number of votes, irrespective of district. The six dis- trict prizes will be awarded to the six highest voters (and not winning a grand prize.) The candidate having the highest vote will be allowed first the one having second high- est second choice, and so on. Grand Prize winners are not eligible to win a distrit prize, as no candidate will be allowed io win two prizes. Candidates may compete from where they reside or where they are employ- ed." Votes are not transferable. Candidates may solicit subscrip- tions in other districts than the one from which they compete, or any place iu the postal union. At the close of the -contest the re- turns will be counted by a committee of feviratM the two districts. The decision tke Com- mittee in making awards be final and All mm- ination must tke aWre and regulations. In the erent a tie between, two for any the prizes, tke value of such will equally dirided or another prize equal ralue added. WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU ENTER The first do is enter your name as a candidate. Then either call write or The Merald for receipt book and supplies with which to se- cure subscriptions. Ask for than one receipt beok if you have friends who will work for you. Then let your friends know that you are in the contest and request them to save their votes for HOW TO WIN A VALUABLE PRIZE Send in your nomination. will find a nomination blank at the bot- ef page. The memiaation blank -is good for L90Q rotes, gives you a. fiae start. Then enlist tke aid ei friends and neighbors. Let everyone know you a candidate before they promise their help to a more enter- prising candidate. Be ambitious and determined to win. If you hare you can not sec nt mice, writs to them. You can get votes and subscriptions any- where, from other Ideations as well as in your own distriet. Secure all the ceupona possible, but work for the certificates is-ued with subscriptions. They count the most. Ask your friends to help you. If you belong to a church, society or any other organization, let your fel- low members know that you expect their help. Do not let a day pass without se- curing some subscriptions and votes. The steady, persistent work is what will iiiske y-ou a. winKe" of a, valuable prize. Keeping- everlastingly at it al- ways brinjs success. Be not get discouraged. Once nom- inated, do not drop out. You can win. These valuable prizes will" be won by Sf-rne one. Why not you? Hundreds of -people will have no personal friends in the contest. You. can secure their friendship and aub- if you only ask them. They will also secure votes for you from their friends. A little organization among your friends for systematic work in your interest will go a long way toward making you a, winner of one of the grand prizes. Nominate a Candidate Early in the Contest Fill out tht Blanks Early Start Is a Good Beginning and Often Brings Results NOMINATION BLANK GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES Send in this Nomination 1 i i! BLANK ACCEPTED FOR ANY ONE CANDIDTTE I nominate year 4 00 3000 Manager- vears 8 00 9000 a candidate in THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Prize Voting Signed Coupon on Back months 150 1000 yea r 300 3000 years 6.00 0000 Herald; 6 month 75 500 out this blank, send it to The with your or the name and address of your favorite candidate. The names 'of people making nominations will not bo divulced if ao ypar 150 1500 years 3.00 4500 all Communications to Contest Department, Herald, Lethbridge, Alberta CHA8. E. 0 YCE, ;