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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX Tht LETH8RIDGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1909. THE PRIZES YOU CAN FIRST GRAND PRIZE SECOND GRAND PRIZE Personally Conducted CALIFORNIA WINTER TOUR 4 in Cash THIRD GRAND PRIZE Two 25- foot Lots IN PARKDALE (Lote 5 and 6 Block 9.) Purchased of Skcith Tilley Gourlay Angelus Player Piano Prizes for District No. 1 CITY OF LETHBRIDCE One Diamond Ring One Cold Watch One Morris Chair One Ladies' Desk One Suit Case One Silk Umbrella The prizes offered by The Herald represent nothing but the best. Call at the Contest Deportment and get information how to win one of these valuable awards. Prizes for District No. 2 ALL TERRITORY OUTSIDE OF LETHBRIDCE One Diamond Ring One Cold Watch One Morris Chair One Ladies' Desk One Suit Case One Silk Umbrella SEND IN THIS NOMINATION BLA NOMINATION BLANK GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES ONLY ONE BLANK ACCEPTED FOR ANY ONE CANDIDATE I nominate Address a.s a candidate in THE LETHBRID6-E HERALD Prize Voting Contest, Signed Address Cut oat this blank, send it to The Herald with your name, or the name and address of your favorite candidate. The names of people making nominations will not be divulged if so requested. Always Room at the Top A number of good localities unrepresented in the published list of candi- dates. If you don't enter you lose tor a certainty; if you Oo, you may win the Gourlay AngeJus Player-Piano. INFORMATION Manager, Sryan Block The Lethbridge HeraJd. Lethbridge., Alta. Please give me detailed information concerning THE HER- ALD'S PRIZE CONTEST, and the maftiod to be pursued to win one of tb-e many valuable prizes. Cut this out and send to THE HERALD. PRINCIPAL GORDON ON NAVAL POLICY Kingston. Nov. Gor- don, of Queen's university, has come out plainly in favor of the policy agreed upon by Sir Wilfrid Lauricr and Mr. R. L. Borden in regard to the question of naval defence. He "In regard to our share in the de- fence of the Empire, there is no pol- icy we can adopt as far as self-govern- ing and self-respecting people, that does not involve outlay and sacrifice. "The question before us is not whether we shall contribute to the Empire's defence: but what form shall our contribution take. Shall Canada contribute funds towards strengthen- the British navy, or shall she build ships of her own and place tiiem the service of the Empire in time of need, as she did with her troops in the South African war? I run inclined to favor the latter course. "The subject is one which should not be made a party question in Par- liament, but should be discussed as one- of the greatest national questions that has arise since confederation." OUR LETTER Our Overcoats At we offer values that have no equals in this country at this price. Exclusive the matchless tailoring that the Fit-Reform experts put into every Fit-Reform garment. Tweed OBJECT TO BUILDING IN'SPECT- TOR'S REMARKS Editor Lethbridge Daily HeraJd you be so kind as to al- low us to trespass on your valuable p space, in order to take exception toj the remarks made by the building in- j spector, Mr. Meech, recorded, in your i issue or the twenty-second inst. Mr. Meech made the assertion thai j the competitive firms were not an- j xious to bid for the heating of the j North Ward Fire Hall, and as one of; the above mentioned firms we wish j to absolutely repudiate this state-! ment. We wish to state thai the plans and specifications came to our office in the usual way, and that we gave, them the same careful, and prompt; attention that we would give our' best customer, and that our tender' was in the city office, at the time? specified. j With reference to Mr._ Meech's re- marks concerning the capacity of the boiler, and the amount of radiation i that we figured on, we wish to state} that we figured this job according to our usual rule which we have made' after twenty years' practical experi- j once, the same that we adopted in all i the principal buildings in this city, i all of which have turned out satis-' factorily to all parties concerned. i We have no desire to criticize the j action of the council in accepting the i lowest tender, inasmuch as they able to truard the city's interests by j insisting on the fulfilment .of the i guarantee called for -in the specifica- i tions. i i Yours truly, THE WESTERN PLUMBING CO, BOX CROW'S NEST LODGE NO. 785 j Brotherhood oj: Railroad Trainmen, j holds its third annual ball in Ray- i mond Opera House on Friday, Nov. Train leaves at S.30 p.m. sharp. Finest floor in the west A good time assurea. MORE NEW BLOCKS FOR MACLEOD By Appointment 7 JTwo Brick Edifices to Contain Stores and Offices, Will be Built i Macleod Advertiser) Two more handsome business blocks are to be built HI Macleod in 'the spring. Let thorns come. We can luse them all. These will be erected Jon i'4th street by A. T. Leather and Geo, A. Stearns. Henry S. HOORPF F- Barnes, of New York, AN AIRSHIP COMPANY Albany, N. Y., Nov. 22.Capitalized at the Wright Company of New York, incorporated here today j ._ enll }n I O aiS manufacture, sell, deal in, operate j land otherwise use at any place or j places on the North American con- tinent and the islands adjacent there- to. machines, ships or other mechan- 'ical contrivances for aerial operation or navigation of any and every kind TRAINING H.M.THE H.R.H.THC PRINCE OF WAI McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridfie. i WALKS A MILE WITHOUT A FOOT Prescott, Ont., Nov. Hall, an Indian aged eighteen, from Dcnrister, N. Y., had his left foot cut off a little above the ankle last evening by a Grand Trunk train. He Jumped off the freight on which he came from St. Regis and fell under the train. II Black JHB BUCHUNIN Co., ltd. SCOTCH WHISKEY DISTILLERS D. O. Roblin, Toronto, Ont Sole Canadian Agent 306 will help still further to fill the description and any future im- betv.-een the town hall and the new (Pavements or developments of same." Barker block. Mr. Leather has per-1 Thp Wilbur WnVhr fected all his arrangements and ex-i pects to start work as soon as the i frost is out of the ground. The first block will be erected on (the lot where the building occupied by J. A. Virtue's news and confection- ery store now stands. To make room for it the building occupied by Fow- ler's barber shop will be moved to the rear and Virtue's shop eastward, next to the town hall. Mr. Virtue has a lease of his pres- ent premises but cancels it and pur- chases the new- site, with a frontage of 150 feet, acd both of Mr. Leather for The frontage of the new block, which will extend to the store occupied by the Macleod Hardware Co., will be 20 feet. This is rather narrow but it is all the room Mr. Leather can get at present. He owns the lot on which the hardware store store stands but it is leased The block will contain one store on the street level and rooms up stairs.! Block No. also of two stores which will contain two stores on the street level, ancl offices overhead will occupy the space between the Macleod Supply store and the excavation west of the small building lormerly occupied by Beecher and Hutton and now occupied by W C Liphardt's jewelry store, with" a front- age of 42 feet. This will be hauled around and placed between the Mac-! leod Hardware Co.'s and the Macleod j Supply Co.'s premises. own council at its rutOUng mission to make the necessary The two new blocks are to be built of brick, stone faced, and they will be modern buildings in all particu- lars. Mr. Leather expects to.have plenty of applicants for the stores. Detroit. Mich.. Nov. Navin announced yesterday the sprijg training plan of the Detroit League team. Jennings will one tearu and Donovan the other, "jll of _ Dayton. tonio. Texas, in March. OO NOT FORGET Third Annual Ball of the Brother- hood of. Railroad Trainmen takes place in Raymond on Friday, Nov. 2Gth. Train leaves station at 8.30 p.m. sharp. Come and dance on the finest, floor west of Winnipeg. Records for DECEMBER On Sale November 24th GO INTO .the nearest Edison dealer's and hear the newest Edison Standard and Amberol Records. Keep in touch with the best music, the new music and the music that doesn't grow old. Of the new Standard Records, for instance, hear Mendelssohn's Spring Song played by Victor Herbert's orchestra, and be sure to hear the new Amberol Record, "The Garden of the greatest ballad since "Ob, Promise- Me." Besides, three new Records by Harry Lauder and the new Grand Opera Amberols. Ask your dealer for complete catalogs, or write to us. Edison Phonographs to docire rood to Standard Records.......40 in every town where we are not now well represent- Amberol Records (twice M Dealers harinp established Grand Open should write us at once. National Phonoffaph Company, AT... itr a M ;