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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta HEHALD TL C" jl he oimpson C R ABB STREET ASK ower ur an Sat- argains Covering many items of interest throughout the store. The goods of- fered in this sale are thoroughly reliable, of standard qiiality. Sew stylish garments at regiilarValue. Read tie wkole List tkearcome to "SIMPSON'S" A Silk Bargain Worth While Pure Tafetia Silks, 20 inches wide, in pretty; evening shades of blue, rose, cream, pink also black; regular 65c value Friday and Saturday, yard Dress Goods at Little Prices Heavy Tweed and Melton Dress Materials, "-40 inches wide, in shades and mixtures of brown, green, grey and navy. Worth 50c per yard everywhere, Friday and Saturday only .___ Wednesday, November 23, 1010, THE HERALD'S CONTEST THE TALK OF TOWN AND COUNTRY Only the Great Yalue of the Grand Prizes, but the Desirability of All the Prizes is Very Pleasing to the Candidates Who Have Sent in Their 'Names CHRISTMAS 1910 -PRESENTS being bought by wise.buyerr, already. at our risk until wanted. You avoid all 'the ruth, have a big choice of a most useful and beautiful or Greatly Reduced Prices Friday and Saturd on All Ladiiis' 0ne Piece Dresses Taffeta Silk one-piece dresses.. Eajah dresses- v Panama -Cloth--Eraided Dresses Fine [French Twills and Serge to iece .Eetoced to to ay J12.75 Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose Seamless, and good quality Priday and, Saturday 25c Md Gloves Guaranteed quality, all sizes .AH-shades. Per pair 95c Taffeta Silk Waists...... Black styles, made of good quality silk In size's, 32, 34, 36, 3S, 44. A-regular. S5.GQ waist FrL, and Sat 15c Flanneletes for...... 11 l-2e 33 inch stripe flannelettes in shades of blue, pink. gray and tan.' A splendid heavy soft finish .cloth, Special, Friday and Saturday..... Eera Net and Lace Waists 13.95 Silk linings, beautiful designs, stylish throughout. Sizes 32 42. Regular Qjp values. Friday-.and Saturday only Guest Towels .Finest Bleached Linen Huck; the correct'guest Hemmed ends; fleur-de-lis pattern.. II "J. have weighed the matter, of en- tering the Herald's contest 'for several days, and "have :figured out that there are so many good prizes 'that I can not fail to win was the remark -by an entrant; to the Contest JSditor, when handing, in a nomination yesterday. And this -candidate has the situa- tion sized-up properly. It is very true that the-McJbaughlin-Buick automobile and ?500 cash "are the best plums in the it the 1252 if you can.not call. If you live out of town phone at Heraid's expense, it" in a hurry, does hot make" any difference- method you .in- the contest on the ground floor, which means today. Who Are Eligible- Any man or woman, .married or sin- gle, of any age, or boy or giirl, may while the Coronation trip or. ?500 In ;o to ,a candidate Friday -and Saturday, each 30c c Gents Neckwear Friday and Saturday Sll our best quality Neckwear, lust-aiTJ the Christmas Trade. As an introduction, we make; the. price for day Througliout tke Store are Very Attractive. Want You to See tke Values 25c We e S ompany Limited the Herald's 'prize tree, .building lots are 'also a prize. All the other prizes are virtu- ally cash ones, and make a splendid foundation for candidates to fall back on should they not -be successful in winning one of "the grand prizes. .All the candidates realize in .ad vance" that there 'are not -enough autos-to go round, but it is also plain that a 'good fworker-is almost 'sure ;et reward.for gathering; subscriptions for -the .Her- ald. Too' much stress 'cannot -be- put on tixe of territory and equal zing "the apportioning -of the prizes.' is impossible "for any 'one section of the -contest .to win all the best priz- es. If the auto is won in Lethbridge hen the will in one of the" -dutside .districts.' If the auto won in "the territory out- side will the city of Lethbridge. After the..grand prizes .are divided; there still remains the, equivalent, of ?100 in -cash, for each -district, That much.is assured now. Candidates are invited to enter j this contest, and .assured :in ad vance that will .be fully' protected. will be published Irom day .-to in.; order that candi- dates, and those desiring to ,enter :eay keep posted 'on ,what's. doing. .These -litftle chats paper theii nelp. At no time will anything- niis- i {leading appear, for the.aim is 'to avoid j what is air." Tile .candidates interests are identical with the interests qt" the Herald, which will be conclusively proven before the close of this, contest. How to Get Votes The start in vote-gathering is usu- ally made -by collecting newspaper coupons. At present-these coupons are worth ten votes each when sighed in 'favor of a regularly can- didate. Have your friends who are al- ready subscribers i'or --the Herald isave these newspaper votes for you.- In. that way you will learn- who are subscribers- and w-ho are not at pres- ent taking the Herald-- This informa- tion will greatly assist you when you get down-to the-serious 'business of enter the Heralei's -contest. To compete for the Shetland pony, ;boys and girls living in Lethbridge] or. outside territory may enter, but they very gbod.iiriust.be under. 15 years of age. Boys I and girls under 15 years of age may enter the main contest if. they wish. Candidates, may nominate them- selves or (be nominated by some friend. It is not necessary to subscribe to the Herald to .become candidate in the contest. Division 'of Territory and Where the i 'Prizes Go The territory of the' contest has been divided into 'four in Lethbridge andrtwo outside" of Leth bridge. Candidates in each district compete amongjtheniselves for the dis trict Banff and Laggan vacation trips or ?75' in cash, and the purse- of gold. All the candidates compete equally for the -McLaughlin- Buick auto, -the Coronation trip (or ?500) and the buildinj lots. a grand prize Candidates winning are not -eligible to win.a district prize. 'All the boys aiid girls under 15 years of age entered "tor the Shetland pony grouped in one district- '.i.V boy 5r girl having the highest vote'at 1 the close' of will be-award ed-the pony and outfit. All others will be allowed a commission of 10 cents on each dollar of subscription money old and new) turned in.- New goods are being placed in our. show rooms We have just received a. fine line' wobcferf'Gcr Carts and Carriages; also.-Chiidren's. Toy Sets, Rockers, Chairs, Etc. Repair Work and 'Upholstering promptly attended to.. Baby 608 Phone 625 ConserValives to Force The Resources Issue CARTER INT NEW G03IMERCE COURT Montana Senator Slated for Soft (Continued BANQUET GIVEN TO OFFICERS OF RAINBOW .Vancouver, Nov. banquet given this evening, the city of Van- couver, to the of5cerg..of H. 11. S. Rain- on the occasion of the cruisers lirst visit to this port; was one of the most successful and patriotic func- tions in the history of the city. About seventy-five invited- guests sat'down with Mayor Taylor presiding- and Com- mander Stewart of tue Rainbow on his MIA and Sat- 1 Ladies' Evening Slippers and Pump, reg. arid Cashmere Hose, extra va and Plain asHmere Hose, ue lor f l- 25c W.J.Nelson The toasts to the King, 'Our Mavy. "Vancouver "The Do- minion." and the 'City of Vancouver honored with a wealth of-spirits. In -welcoming the guests to Vancouver His Worship-dwelt on the close rela- tionship with the necessary develop- ments -between H. M. S. Rainbow and this port, and pressed the-hope that the officers, would consider as much as possible their "home" port. O'CONNOR DEFIANT LondonT( Nov. a .meeting of the United Irish League, T. P. O'Con- nor challenged the Tories to produce :a single "prime minister or cabinet min ister in the Canadian provinces who ctoes not believe -that the honor and safety of the empire demanded the concession of home. rule. soliciting subscriptions- The price of the.Daily Herald is ?4 by carrier in Lethbridge, and ?3 by Bills and Petitions Petitions received-, from Bramley Moore for the incorporation of the P.eace River and Great Western rail- ,way; from Roberts for the incorpora- tion of the' Canadian" Loan "and Sav- ings corporation; also for a bill to regulate osteopathy in the province. First Boyle, bill in- corporating Edmonton Y.W.C.A.r. by Boudreau, bill for incorporating and granting construction rights to Ed- monton interurban by Hon. Duncan Marshall, bill to-amend game act. Second 'Warnock, bill for incorporating Pincher Creek and Montana Eailway. Committee of the whole respecting truancy and jcompulsory school attendance, reported. Roberts, of High River, introduced a bill for incorporation of the High to mail for a year, -and a new subscrip- primarv object of ttiis railway 'is ,u tion payment period is worth' tap valuable coal fields west or, High sheep. Receipts were light at o090 votes, and ah "-'old subscription j River. the" stock yards for an early market payment for a year 1500 votes. Visit the Contest Department You are invited Tto come in and talk contest whether interested in ycnr own behalf or for a friend. Phone oi'Hiru B.utte, Private ad-vices from Washington-state; that' United Senator Thomas'H. "Carter will be tendered appointment of a justiceship on "Uie court of' -com- merce -created by the' last congress and for .that purpose has: been called to the national-.capital bv President Taft. News to Carter St. Paul, Nov. Tlioiu- as H. is been'offered, a position as justice of supreme court 'of the United States, said-today he knew nothing- of ,the report. Senator Carter pass- ed through here-on.his .way'to Wash- ington. "This is the first I have heard 01 the said Senator is a rumor, pure and simple, and I know nothing MARKETS Winnipeg Live Stock Winnipeg, Nov. in the stock'yards this morning included 537 cattle, 9 -bulls, .43 hogs..'156 BOYSMONLY MISCHIEVOUS Supt. of the department of children, arrived ifi tlie'citv rnorning-irom -Edmonton in connection with the two ypune; Sawchuek children- To the .says they being Catholics, he will try ;aml into the La- combe HonYe, Where be'bet- ter off than: at''the. reformatory. Regarding', the'nine, other boys, who, having windows-in emp t-y. houses, he says: he does tot think there-is-anything.very wrong them. They .have ni'erelv 'been giving vent their and getting into m'isch'ief.- It may-be-necessary, however, them" all on proba- tion] The hoys in question appear F. Shaw and Rev. A.M. Gordon, local commissioners under the Delin- quent Children's, Act, this afternoon, and the bottom'of the whole matter will then be reached. The members of the legislature have j tflis morning. Only a" few choice qual- been invited by the Grand Trunk Pa-lity stock were the majority cific to be ''the'ir guest in a run over Of shipments' being mixed bunches of butchers mam line west to the end of the j medium CRISPIN SMITH ON A HOMESTEAD j Calgary's-Police Magis- trate and Fire Sec- retary .Red Deer, Xov. Magis- j-trate Crispin E. Smith of Calgary; Wilson, secretary of the -Cal- j gary fire department, and Mr. Wil- son's two sons, filed on homesteads jnere. yesterday. -The four entered for a- whole section -of land forty miles- west of Mr. Smith and Mr. Wilson both stated tnat they were tired of the strenuous life of the city, and would seek retirement and relaxation in. the jnear future by doing homestead duties I on the prairie. j They intend to -break a large part of I the section next summer and engage in farming on a 'large scale. THE HERALD'S Automobile and European Tom- Contest NOMINATION BLANK count as a vote and need be sent in but once for each. can- didate. -C Nominate ____ JSgr. ______ (Name of Candidate) District No. (Street or Town) Signed (Name of. Nominator) Address the candidate wishes to compete for the Shetland Pany, sign name be- low. Competingifor- steel beyond Edson. A special train will leave the Canadian Northern de- pot on Saturday, Dec. 4th, and will return Sunday morning. NYAI'S GOD LIVER COMPOUND i An excellent tonic for children tains all the virtues and none of the disagreeable properties of Cod Liver Oil For anaemic persons those suffering from de- ficient vitality. NyaFs Cod Liver Compound is un- hesitatingly recommend- ed, for it helps build up celis and tissues by in- creasing the appetite and aiding digestion. Large bottle, smaller bottle, 50 cents. ers, which were sold in mixed lots, rhe market 'was much firmer today and shippers were demanding higher prices. One load of choice butcher steers for ?5 per cwt. was asked, on- ly ?4.50 was bid. Of the sales report- ed at "10.30 o'clock the -best load of butchers sold went for 54.25, mixed loads sold from to ?4.00t while. poorer butchers sold at ?3.00. Light stockers broought irom to ?3.25, and heavier stockers up to ?3.50. Calves were' steady, those on mar-' ket going" from 54.25 "to 54.75 per cwt. Hogs, were light, and the "-demand keen, all sales .being easily made at you buy with the 11 1 iJ tttufMltMMfe Sold and guaranteed by ti- ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS CAP GUSHER AT MEDICINE HAT Natural- Gas Used for II- liinimating- The 'Cars Medicine Plat, Nov. great gas gcsher was successfully cap- ped on the C. IL" property yesterday. The depth feet and the yield tnree million' feet per day. The C. P, K. will experiment with tation of natural gas from" Medicine Hat to points further west and to this end has had two special cars made in Germany, each equipped with 36 cylin- ders which are 15 by 8 inches in size. Trains now running west of Medicine Hat have been using the gas as an illuminant for .some time and tanks will be built as renewal points along the-Hue.. ,1 -DID YOU KNOW That our Repair Dept has a deserved, reputation for executing the most reliable repairs.' 'Clocks are very -un- certain In their action this weather and guess at the time quite a bit. If you have a clock in your house, suffering in that manner, let our Repair Department take it in hand and you nay be sure of ob- taining satisfaction. asain, if you have any article of jewelry that wants repairing, bring it along and we will be pleased to fix it for yon. Charges moderate. E.A.EWERT Round St. Oliver Block ;