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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1909. PAGE SEVEN v Juv Etonians LYCEUM THEATRE EDITH McCLAINE TWO Tuesday and Wednesday November 23 and 20 PRETTY GIRLS See Babe Mason as Berta PRICES: ftc. and SEATS ON SALE LYCEUM BOX OFFICE OR ARCADE JULIAN AMBER Tuesday and Wednesday November 23 and 24 Every Girl an Artist Opening Play, 'Berta's Billion' Moonbeam Quartette CONCERT CURTAIN 8.15 prompt No Person Seated During Acts Nominate a Candidate Early in the Contest Fill out the blanks early start is a good beginning, and often brings results NOMINATION BllANK GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES ONLY ONE BLANK ACCEPTED FOR ANY ONE CANDIDTTE I as a candidate in THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Prize Voting Contest. Signed............................................... Address. Cut out this blank, send it to The Herald with your name, or the name and address of your favorite cand date. The names oi people making nominations will not be divijged if so requested. FIRST PUBLISHED FIGURES SHOW THAT MANY CANDIDATES HAVE MADE A GOOD BEGINNING OBJ JL T I Herald's Contest Prize List FIRST GRAND Gourlay-Angelus Player Piano. SECOND GRAND Winter Tour or cash. THIRD GRAND 25-foot lots in Parkdale. These prizes will be competed for by candidates in both districts. DISTRICT District No. diamond ring; one gold wotch; one leather seated morris chair; one ladies' writing desk, one silk umbrella. District No. diamond ring; one gold watch; one leather seated morris chair; one ladies' writing desk, one silk umbrella. MOVING IPICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE THE WASHER Boxing Midgets. Funniest act in -vaudeville. GLADSTONE mony singers and dancers. Featuring their own origin- al acrobatic dance. Prices I5c, 25c and 35c Pictures 1 Tfce Winged Messenger 2 Now In Here 3 His First Flight Continuous Performance Hygienic with clean hands You ask for an EL PRESIDENTE and the man behind the counter will do the everybody will be satisfied. W. R. Webster Co. Sherbrooke The only cigar factory in the Dominion ran on hygienic principles Today you see the first standing of candidates entered so far in the Her- ald's prize contest. You know the number and value of the prizes, and if you have an idea that you1 would like to uuc' of them, you can readily..sec that there is plenty of room for an energetic contestant. Do not hesitate any longer about en- tering, but start in right now, and in a lew days you will be abreast of the best of them. If your name has been sent to the Contest Editor as a candidate in the Herald's contest, it is because the friend who placet you in nomination believes you to be the one who is justly entitled to that distinction, and they undoubtedly believe you can fulfill their prediction. You very likely" have more friends who are of the same opinion. These friends will anxiously watch you pro- gress and await the moment you will call upon them, for their support. Many will come to your as- sistance unasked, while countless others only need a call, and they will readily lend their support and influ- ence in your behalf. The field is still open. Nomina- tions will be received for some time. Do not hesitate while others forge ahead. With a little effort-gain some thing vou desire. A Candidate's Letter The following from an enterprising candidate, ami which should bring fine results, is offered as a suggestion to others who wish to make an appeal to friends living at a distance. "Dear doubt you have seen my name in the Herald as a can didate in their prize contest. I have set my heart" on winning one of the splendid prizes, and I hope I may i con-nt on all my friends for their help j So far those I have asked have been very obliging and shown an interest in my success. Won't you do the same? "If you are not already a subscrib- jer to The Herald, why not order it i now? I am sure you will get more than your money's worth and find the paper up to date in every particular. JA subscription to the.Daily Herald, I if from a new subscriber, is worth I votes to me Cand the price of the paper is not besides j the daily coupons are good for 5 votes. j "I shall be pleased to win one of the, and, shall ever remember 1 the kind yoi: played in helping me to .success. j -'Yours truly." 1 Try t-he effect of a letter like this on vfuir friends you can not see per- jsonally. i Call on Contest Department i The contest department will -be op- tonight until 0 o'clock, besides the 9 a.m. until 6 p. I m. Candidates who have not alreadt received supplies should, call at onee. I The Contest manazer can not help iyou i'" vou do not give him the op- portunitv. i In order to equalise competition the i territory has been divided into two' districts, and the candidates in each 'compete for the district prizes. The contestants in both districts compete for the1 three grand prizes. District No. 1 comprizes the City of Lethbridge. District No. 2 comprizes all terri- i tory outside of Lethbridge. VOTES New Renewals j Daily by Carriers, Lethbridge i 3 months 350 250' 6 months 2.00 1000 700 1 year.................. 4.00 3000 2000 j 2 years 8.00 9000 6000 i By Mail: l3 months .............85 350 250 JG months 1.50 1000 700 'i 3.00 3000 2000 2 years 6.00 9000 GOOO Weekly Herald: (i months -75 600 300 year.................. 1.50 1500 1000 2 "years 3-00 -1500 3000 The Continent Is Dedicated To Peace (Continued From Front Page) mitted to make it unpopular. The G-reat Lakes must not become a Med- iterranean, with a G-ibralter at Mac-, kinac, a Malta at a Tou- lon at Duluth, a Bizerta at Toronto, a at Buffalo. If, a rivalry in armament upon the Lakes is once begun, no man can prophesy to .what extent it miglit ultimately be carried. "It is our duty and to interest i as a nation to put such power on the salt seas that we can defend our rights and dependencies in distant re- gions and at the same time keep the actual war theatre away from our shores. It is also both our duty and to our interest to continue the status in North-. America and to bar forerer from this continent the European mil- itary rivalry that grows more intel- lectual than actual -war. "This Republic is dedicated to peace; so also, is this continent." DOWAGER DUCHESS OF MANCHESTER DEAD. London, Nov. Dow- ager Duchess of Manchester, died ;to- dav. She was an American. Damage roughly estimated at from to was done by a blaze in Peck, Penny and Co.'s wire nail factory at Montreal. quickly stops coughs, cures colds, heals the thront and lungs. 25 TRYING TO ANNULL MARRIAGE Jf is sta.fe-1 'that, Count Boni DC CasU'llanft has been in Home for tin- two weeks, trying to ar- rant for the papal annulment of hi? marriage with Anna. Gould, now Princess De. Sagan. The old, old story, told times with- out number, and repeated over and over asrain, for the last 36 years, but it is always a welcome story to those in search of is nothing in v.hf- work! that cures coughs and colds as quickly as Chamberlain's Sold by all druggists. BIG BARGAINS BED LOUNGES, Regular for OILCLOTH .45c for .30c DINING CHAIRS for ROCKERS for RANGES, STOVES and HEATERS at 35 per cent. off. Come and see us and you will find us the cheapest Store in the City. The Golden West Furniture Co. v OPPOSITE THE HERALD OFFICE M i: FOR RUBBERS FELT SHOES AND OFFICERS AT HORSE SHOW Show in Madison Square Garden., Cur ragh, Camp, Ireland; Lieutenant ____ They were Major, t-he Honorable F. II. Sebog-Montcfiorc, Royal Ar- thc ham Bcresford, of the Seventh Hus- tillcry, Woolwich, England. Lieuten- York, Nov. of five army officers who took part sars Aldcrshot; Lieutenant T. G. live army UJHWAO wuu i the military riding at the Horse' Hotherington, Eighteenth Hussars, C. tillery. A'r- OF EVERY DESCRIPTION GO TO HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY I ........I I-M t I M-I-H-I-H-I- ;