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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, OF THE PRIZES YOU CAN W SECOND GRAND PRIZE Personally Conducted WINTER TOUR in Cash THIRD GRAND PRIZE Two 26- foot IN PARKDALE (Lots 5 and 6 Block 9.) Purchased of Skeith TilUy Gourlay-Angelus Player Piano Prizes for District No. 1 SITY OF LETHBRIDCE 1110 Diamond Ring Ont Cold Watch ftnt fM) Morris Chair Ladits' Desk Ont Suit Cast lilk Umbrilli The prizes offered by Herald represent nothing but the best. Call at the Contest Department and get information how to win one of these valuable awards. Prizes for District No. 2 One Diamond Ring One Gold Watch One Morris Chair One Ladies' Desk One Suit Case One Silk Umbrella SEND IN THIS NOMINATION BLANK NOMINATION BLANK GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES ONE BLANK ACCEPTED FOR ANY ONE CANDIDATE THE LBTHBRIDGE HERALD Prize Votin this blank, it to The Herald with your name, or tfca and address of your farorite candidate. The names of awlinf 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 for a certainty; If you do, you may win the Courlay Angelus Player-Piano. INFORMATION Manager, Bryan Block The Lethbridge Herald, Leth bridge, Aha. Please five me detailed information concerning THE HER- ALD'S PRIZE CONTEST, and .the method to pursued to win. one of the many valuable Name Address Cut this out and send to THE HERALD. OF FREE SPEECH SENTENCED Eleven Months' Imprisonment for Libel ft N. B., NOT. White yesterday sentenced C. Bruce McDougali, of Moncton, publisher of the Free Speech to eleven months' Imprisonment for defamatory libel. The sentence Includes the three months already served. Says Sleeping Disease Will Be Wiped Out In Africa Direct Drsfi reaching across a and over thif to turn iiftet-draft damper OM Sok-Alta. It it placed Btove ilhratration) where a CAM k. Sask-Alta. Direct Damper insures your arm i against scalding by steam, and fingers from being burned. But you cannot get this feature in any other range. It's an exclusive Sask-Alta improvement. ay Range AOtNTt Stafford-Agnew Co. "If M." New York, Nov. Henry Hes kelh Bell, formerly British governor of Uganda, East Africa, and now governor of Northern Nigeria, West Africa, left here on the Ccdric, of the White Star lino, after a. stay in this city of less than twenty-four hours. He arrived here Friday after- noon on the Sao Paulo, the new steamer of the Lloyd Braziliero line, from Barbados. As governor of Uganda he had ex- pected to hunt with Mr but the change "in his post last May caused him to lose that pleasure, he said, and he_did not even see Mr. Roosevelt in East Africa. "There was only one trouble in Uganda, as most of the reading pub- lic he said to a reporter. "That was the sleeping disease. But' when I loft there last May the 'condi- tion was much improved, and the} hope was that, even without the help of the scientists, the sleeping slck- would wiptd out." WENT ALONG TO SEE HOW Busy Man's Magazine "I asked an American settler living ,fet Clares-holm in 'Alberta how the Canadian laws suited him. 'Pretty d he said, with- out elegance or hesitation. He left his plow (a ten-furrow affair, worked by steam) and, leaning up against a fence, told me this 'I was down near the boundary line last year with a b'unch of horses. when a mounted policeman came along, all alone, in chase of a half- breed horse thief. He sort of expect- ed to find him in a breed camp, a bit off, and I went with him to see just how them redcoats would make a pinch. The fellow got off his horse, walked into camp where there were about twelve or thirteen ugly-looking chaps sitting around, and ..says red- coat 'Here, you come along with ettling his hand quite police-like on chap's shoulder. 'There was a fellow grabbed his- Winchester another a Colt's an- j ther let a yell out of him, but tbej edcoat just said 'I 'Look here, you fellows, sit down j uick, for I'm going to take this man with -me.' j I 3101 DRESS PARIS PATTERN NO. 3101 All Seams Allowed. I This attractive model is developed NEW SCHOOLS DOT !'m cashmere. It is design- THE LANDSCAPE i ed-for maternity or .invalid'wear and -consists of closing in at the 1 front, with body lining, and an at.-" tached five-gored skirt, having extra length at the top for readjusting, al- so darts and plaits at front, to be let out for extra width, and an in- verted box plait at the back. The _____ (Granum Press) The contract for the Bluxbarck school house has been let to W. Koe- pnick who has just completed the Mud Lake school, and construction begin at once. School houses arc springing up in every direction, and the Granum dis- trict is doing its share in upholding the reputation of the province in educational matters. The new schools of the district art? well fcuilt and comfortable and have the nir of permanency that dis- tinguished landscape of Southern pattern is in 8 sizes, 32 to 46 inches bust measure. For 36 inch bust the oi mater- ial 24 inches twide, yards 27 ins. wide, yards 36 inches wide, 5J yards 42 inches wide or 4 j- yards 54 inches wide with yard of allover. lace, IS inches wide, yards of ribbon. of lower edge in med- ium size, about 4 yards. of pattern, 10 3102 MISSES' SHIRT-WAIST PARIS PATTERN NO. 3102 All Seams Allowed. No prettier or more becoming style for a young girl could be found than this smart model shown in a develop- ment of light blue pongee. The need cd note of contrast is given by a tie of black velvet Tibbon arranged ac- ross the open V neck and a simple design in black soutache braiding on wais-t and sleeves. The removable chemisette and lower half of the sleeves are of fancy mull embroidery. The pattern is in 3 sizes, 13 to 17 years. For a miss of 15 years shirtwaist will require If yards of material 36 inches wide, with ,1 yard of altover lace 18 inches wide, yards of soutache braid, 1 yard o! velvet ribbon and -J yard of edging. Of all one material it- will require yards of material 20 inches wide, yards 24 inches wide, yards 27 ins wide, If yards 36. or 42 wide. Price Pattern, 18 2725 GIRLS' DRESS PARIS PATTERN NO. 2725 All Seams Allowed. A serviceable little frock for schc and everyday wear is here illustrat The model is adaptable to cheviot, wool batiste or cashme and is very becoming to the figure the growing g-irl. The waist has wide tuck over each shoulder, stit ed from neck to waist, and the pi ed skirt is attached to the waist der a belt of the material, the dr< closing at the centre-back. The sk may be the plain or bishop finished with a turn-back cuff, trh med with small, flat brass buttor similar buttons trimming the tut down collar and larger ones t ming either side of the waist in A pretty contrast would _. ____ w Vlicoo ut UIUC O with collar and cuffs of plaid, buttons being the cloth-covered vi iety matching the most color in the plaid. The pattern is 5 6 to 14 years. For a girl 10 years the dress requires 5J- ya of material 27 inches wide, yar 36 Inches wide, or yards 42 inchi patttri, II ;