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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta MKJJ Wednesday, 23; FIRST McUUGHLIN-BUICK AUTO Goes to candidate having the highest vote at the close of the contest SECOND CORONATION TRIP Goes to the candidate with the highest vote in the division of the contest other than the one in whichthe auto is won. UCA WIN cLaughlin- THIRD 50-FT. BUILDING LOT Goes to the candidate with the highest vvote in the entire contest, after the and coronation trip are awarded. The Laggan arid Banff trips or and the purses of gold are the district prizes. Where the prizes below. -purchased from Hyde Saunders Who may Compete for the Any b6y or girl fifteen Drears of in Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia may com- pete for; the pony and-ouffit.- The pony will be Jiere in about two weekk r A Conie in :aud" the Contest' '.-Ma.aia.geir "and learn IIO.AV to'Xvin. :i Shetland Pony "or a nice little' siinv of money. Yourinamnicvaiid papa, your lincles and aunts., your cousins and your second co.usirjs anct ;all your the contestluaa- a ger lielp 'you- Shetland Pony i- DIVISION OF TERRITORY DIVJSfON A c3rt of Leth bridge lying north of the-following boundary Third 1st bt. to 6th St.. South on Sixth St. to 4th Aye.. East on 4th Ave to the City Limits DISTRICT NO. that part of the city of Leth bridge lying south of the above territory. DIVISION B .DISTRICT NO 3.-A1I towns of over 1000 population in Southern Alberta and Eastern British Columbia, 'j and villages under population in Southern Alberta and British Colum- -I .he country may enter in this district. I _ 3nft race at Savanna this week was presented with a ourse of i ..ovu.y Lrie oest American make. a bia. WHERE THE PRIZES GO. The candidate, in either Division A or B. having the .highest vote at the close .of the conte.t will be 3.lowed cho.ce of the McLaughl.n automobile, European Coronation trip or Building The candidate having the highest vote in the other division will be given second choice of grand prizes. The candidate Having the highest vote in either Division A or B will be awarded the remainina grand prize. The above arrangement insures one of the big prizes to each division h, pPif f the candidates standing first in each of the di.trict. will be awarded the two weeks' vacation trip to Laggan Banff or in gold The candidate standing second in each" of the four districts .will be awarded the purse ed tw'5 "9 e'iSib'a tO diStriCt PriZCS' SS candidat- win be Rules of the test person, man or woman, married or single, boy or girl, is eli- tions of the contett are complied with, i candidates may nominate themselves or be nominated by others. Herald reserves the right to reject any nomination 'without giv-' ing any reason therefore. compete the district in which they reside or where they are employed. candidate-will be permitted to transfer votes to another, candidate. employee or member of em ployee's family of The Herald will be eligible as a candidate. that may arise by the contest manager of The Herald, and his de- cision shall be final and conclusive. protest of eligibility of any candidate will be considered after votes have been cast for said candid- m i ate ror a .period of one-w'eek. f Herald reserves the right to alter arcy condition pertaining to this contest, if it so desires, other '-than reducing ths value or number of prizes which are to be given away or the order in which they are" given: the close of the contest- but not the records and books of the contest may be inspected by candidates or their friends. coupon will be printed in each issue of Herald and Herald, and when properly filled brought-or rriailsd contest department will be good for I the number of votes printed thereon, provided it is sent in before the ing date printed upon it. Ali coupons must be neatly trimmed and placed in envelopes or tied in flat and not roll, or they" will be re- garded as informal and thrown out. payments on subscriptions whether from a new or old subscriber receipt. (13) A candidate living in one dis- trict may solicit subscriptions in other districts, as voting certificates be issued for subscriptions secured any- where in Canada, Unitec States or i Great Britain. interested persons selected either by the candidates or by The Herald. arrears as well as advance payments, carry voting value, and certificates for votes will be issued as per schedule in subscription PONY DIVISION The same rules and gov- the main contest apply in the pony division, except that boys or the event of a tie between.! over 15 years of aSe not eli- candidates for any of the prizes, the s'ble tp value of such prize equally div- Thc faoy- or s'ri havi'r'i9 the largest number of votes at the close of the contest will be awarded the Shetland j ided or another prize of equal value added'. favor of any candidate regularly; the close of the contest, thc boys and ?'rls if7e wjjj jje anc] prjzcj j turnirig In suut-cription money wiii be es may payments and give a awarded under the supervision of dis- paid 10 dollar. per cents on each TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING-COUPOX DAILY HERALD TEN VOTES Por any regularly nominated candidate in tlic Daily Herald's Great Prize Contet. The Daily Herald for five years free and in Gold if you nominate the winner of the Auto or European tour. (Name of District .No. (Address.) This package voles Void This coupon will, count for votes when properly. filled out and .sent to the'Contest Department of The'Herald boibr'e the eWatioi" ,date shown above. rwi ST STARTING Address all communications to the Herald Contest f Department Lethbridge, Alta; Phone 1252 It Costs Nothing Extra To help your favorite candidate win one of The Herald prizes. Every payment on subscription counts for votes. The longer you 'poy, the more votes the candidate receives. The custom is becom- ing general for subscribers to pay in advance for publications. This plan ..has as many advantages to the subscriber as it has to the publisher'. VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS THE HERALD AND THE PRICE OF DAILY HERALD Carrier By Mail New SIX MONTHS 51.50' 1200 ONE YEAR 4.00 3.00 3000 TWO YEARS'...... 8.00 6.00 9000 THREE YEARS 12.00 9.00 15000 FIVE YEARS 20.00 15.00 27000 WEEKLY ONE-YEAR..................... .1500 TWO YEARS 3.00 3500 THREE YEARS................. 4.50 5000 FIVEYEARS 7.50 10000 600 1500 4500 7500 13500 750 1750 2500 5000 ;