Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday. [November 28, 1910. THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Pace P [I11 JS I "L. TRIP I" EURO AND THE KING'S CORONATION Westminster London Who Will Win It? second Grand Prize in The Daily Herald's Voting Cbhtest is a six weeks' tdur to Europe, AB- SOLUTELY FREE OF EXPENSED the successful lected by the subscribers of The Daily and Weetdy Herald. The wihnet jias the option of an Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland SYNOPSIS OF TOUR .Should one; of tb.e ladies competing' 'in. The Herald's -voting contest declared the winner of the trip., she -would join, a personally conducted party of ladies "from at least four in winners ;in a 'competition now being conducted, by Saskatchewan's leading newspaper, The Leader, .of Regina. A member of The-'Leader's'staff and his wife will act as business manager and- chapel one. The itinerary is mapped out as follows; The winner in the Herald's..contest would leave Alberta in time', to join Zl.-, -The .trip will beinade.in A short stop will be made thence, to Port Arthur.'to embark on one of the palatial lake liners plying to Owen and Sarnia. The most .scenic route through- old: Ontario will be there will be several stops at the., larger cities, including Toronto. Arriving af-Montreal' the party will board-one of the'Royal Mail. line of steamers. AfteE experiencing the'-delightsljof voy- age on the' pleas- antest season of the, year -'for "ocean sailing, they will, land iu England, ready, and anxious to commeace the'1 three- weeks' siege of! sight-seeing. Here an experienced, guide" will Join, the party and remain with. 'them throughout the to.ur.' Headquarters will be London, and for three weeks "or more it "will be one continuous round'-of excitement ..and .pleasure "from ing until' night: Everything provided, tree" as winds nof luggage to to, no- hotels to. locate.-'Abso- lutely everything is accommodation, is first-class, through- out. '.I'.'" The party will visa'the chief, cities and points of interest in --'-the British Isles. The itinerary will; include the following towns: Cheddar. Wells, Exeter and Torquay, 'Plymouth.. Penzance and Lands End, Kil- larney and Dublin, Glasgow and. Edin-; b.urgh, York, Liverpool and Chester, Oxford, and-so on through; South Bucks to Windsor (including' a '-.visit, to Windsor thence to London for the coronation. In the itinerary Is a.'.. side trfj> of three- days to Paris. Someone .has said, "Visit Paris and Certain- ly-, the French "capital is the gayest and one'of.'the most magnifi- cent capitals -in the Several. :automobile-.tours will be arranged, thus affording the lucky one a better opportunity of delightful and. historic scenery-at'close .raaigei "Returning to London, the party will have one more day- of sight-seeing and for shopping, then to port bl embark- ation for home, after three weeks "of strenuous pleasure and entertainment, undoubtedly .with. a wider view'; of tie old. land than nas ever hpen granted a; similar; of ladies from. Saskatchewan and Albert: Should -a gentleman win the trip he the .choice, all of the same: high, aboye.-i-A.lL -personally Some itineraries take ;in.-.not-.only the British. Isles and Prance., but; Ger- many, S-witzerland and'.Italy. _JB1L Purchased from Hyde Saunders District Prizes After the three Grand Prizes have been awarded, there remains :two prizes in each vacation trips of one week at Banff and Laggan for one person or two weeks atrWaterton Lakes for two persons, all expenses paid, (or .1575.00 in cash) and the purse of gold. Shetland Pony and Outfit for the Boys and Girls. Any boy or girl 15 years old or under may enter in this part of the contest The McLaughlin-Buick Auto is THE car for this country. More of these cars in Alberta than any other two makes combined. No newspaper in Alberta ever of- fered a larger or more powerful car as a prize. r> i nze 50 foot Building Lot Value Read "Where The Prizes Go" below and then send in your nomination and .start to work. One of the Prizes 'go to you." DIVISION OF TERRITORY DIVISION A DISTRICT NO that part of the city of Leth bridge lying north of the following boundary: Third avenue from 1st St. to 6th SU South on Sixth St. to 4th Ave., 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 towns of over 1000 population in Southern Alberta and Eastern British Columbia. DISTRICT NO. towns and villages under population ir: Southern Aiberta and British Colum- bia. Persons residing in ttre country may enter in this district. The Jriver of the McLaughlin car in the great race at Savanna this week was presented with a purse of for having the best American maki; WHERE THE PRIZES GO. The candidate, in either Division A or B. havin allowed first choice of the McLaughlin automobile, E The candidate having the highest vote in the grand prizes. The candidate having the highest vote in either grand prize. The above arrangement insures one of the big After the grand prizes have been awarded the be awarded the two weeks' vacation trip to Laggan 3 The candidate standing second in each of the f Candidates winning grand prizes are not eligible ed two regular prizes. g the highest vote at the close of the contest will 5a uropean Coronation trip or Building Lots. other division will be given second choice of the Division A or B will be awarded the remaining prizes to each division. candidates standing first in each of the districts wili nd Banff or in gold, our districts will be swarded the 325 purse of gold. to win district prizes, as no candidate will be award- Rules of the Con- test person, man or woman, married or single, boy or girl, is eli- gible to compete, providing the condi- xior.s of the contest are complied with. candidates may nominate themselves or be nominated by others. Herald reserves the right to reject any nomination without giv- ing any reason therefore. may compete in 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 bs eligible as a candidate. questions that may arise will be determined 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- ate for a period of one week. Herald reserves the right to alter any condition pertaining to this contest, if it so desires, other than reducing the value or number of j prizes which are. to be given away or the order in which they are given. the close of the 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 the Daily Herald and Weekly Herald, and when properly filled out and brought or mailed to the contest department will be good for the number of votes printed thereon, provided it is sent in before the expir- ing date printed upon it. All coupons must be neatly trimmed and placed in envelopes or tied in flat and not roll, or vhey will be re-i garded as informal and thrown out. i payments on subscriptions whether from a new or old subscriber arrears as well as advance payments, carry voting value, and certificates for votes will be issued as per schedule in favor of any candidate regularly nominated. Candidates may receive subscription payments and give a receipt. candidate living in one dis- trict may solicit subscriptions in other districts, as voting certificates will be issued for subscriptions secured any- where in Canada, United States or Great Britain. the event of a tie between candidates for any of the prizes, the value of such prize will be equally div- ided or another prize of equal value added. the close of the contest, the votes will be recounted and prize: awarded under the supervision of dis- interested persons selected either by the candidates or by The Herald. PONY DIVISION The same rules and conditions gov- erning the main contest apply in the pony division, except that boys or girls over 15 years of age are not eli- gible to compete. The boy or girl having the'largest number of votes at the close of the contest will be awarded the Shetland pony. All the other boys and girls turning in subscription money will be paid 10 per cents on each dollar.