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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Friday, October THE LlvTlimaiXlK DAILY IIEUALI) PV ,r A QUARTER OF A That's the "Length" of the Money the Herald agrees to give away without any strings Newspaper takes all the chances ones who participate in this distribution are sure of reward according to the effort put forth. In other words, the Herald guarantees to pay competitors who enter this year's Subscription Campaign at least 'regardless of the returns received-r-TWo Thousand Dollars, if changed into dollar bills and placed end to end, would be 1208 feet long, or almost a quarter of a few "yards" of this money would no doubt fit in very well with your plans or schemes about Christmas time, or maybe earlier. TO GET DCAVN TO BUSINESS Herald has appropriated to he to a plan out- lined in this advertisement, among candidates who take pail in a subscription campaign. The rules simple. women (married or single) boys'and eligible to compete. Tlie only per- sons barred of the Herald. Each subscription payment for the Daily'or Weekly Herald will be worth a certain number of voles, the value being great- er at the beginning of the. tontest than at the close of Hie cam-- paign. candidate securing largest 'number of voles, re- gardless of residence location, will be given first choice of. all the .prizes; the candidate gelling the second largest number of voles having second choice, and so on unii'l nll-thc regular prizes are taken up. All oilier unlive contestants -will he puid 10 per cent coriinujeioii on all money collected. The will be divided into'ten parls, or prizes, ns fol- (2) ?400; (3) >20Q; (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) 525.00. The Herald has had three contests before this one, and it's a toss-up between the city of L'clhljrKljje imd flic oul- sidc territory in regard In dislriljulion of the prizes. If anything Ilic country has the "edge" on the city. As far ns known Iliis is the first time any Cnuadiori news- paper has offered nil-cash prizes. Bui the Herald beliescs in doing things dilVerent; and it is likely that these money prizes will prove popular. The competition starls as soon as the candidates get bul it will close December 1st, just long enough before Christinas to give the winners a chance to sanely spend the fruits of victory. Supplies ready for candidates who wish to become aclive al once.' Start and get the "edge" on the hesitalor Don't let.the old thief of time "Procrastinnlion'" gel you. The Letlibriilge ofiicc where candidates are invited to call, is located in 'the' Acntlin Block, over the Red Cross Drug Store. Office to 12 arid 1.30 lo (J, and by appointment. AHcommiinicalirjus should he addressed to The Herald Sub- scription P. 0. Box 515, Lelhbridge, Al- Phone 34-1. V Lest you contest starts now and ends Dec. 1st. Bring or mail the "Inform a lion lo Ihc Subscription Campaign Deparlmcnl, and get slarleu early. The early is the iiiosl important of all. INFORMATION BLANK HERALD SUBSCRIPTION CAMPAIGN DEFT.' Phone 1344, P.O. Box 545, Lethbridge, AlU. I am interested fe Herald's Cash Prize Competition and would Jje glad to have you send me a few supplies and further ADDRESS "WII.L''- CONSIDER TOu SEVERAJ. VERY IWRORTANT STATUTES -V- lv. Finley -is Gatliering Material for a Winner at AYimripcg Lethbridge district vrill be repre- sented at Ibe Canada Land and Ap- ple Show, which 'is to be Ksld ir. Winnipeg this month, commencing on the continuing for a 'Up until'today, there .had "been no to hate a. showln? from this coinmuuHj-', huC secretary ol '61'the 'Associ- ate "and steps have already been taken to ptppare so'm'e'first class exhibits. 'It will only be" n. matter of sending for them to fake a ptlre, lor there- is nothing Ihtt can .compete with Southern Al- Irtrla in "wheat or alfalfa. Southern have competed with' the world ID have, come oul; .victorious, aid there is no rra- why fhey should not get busy itdrertite the country in Winni- peg. Entries'in the. alfalfa .classes, for the b'est two sheafs of this mort- gage Illlxr, hate already been made .the- speci- rrieri-eclfcled.does not win U-.e-tlOO prize, if will becausc'lhe exhibit in transit, or fcomc such calamity. Tho first- prize for the best throe bushels of wheat.is {250, and, tberc will likely be a number ol the farm- ers-in the south "who would like to have a "shy" at that amount. Any care, to mter the show would do well tn sefliMr. (.'inley.' Ths shipment here" will go on-Mqmlay, t and will contain entries In all of the'ec- reals. Mr, Kioley-.has arranged lor special sfKfe, fo show a world-beat- er sample of flax, lor which no prize Seo the "Myslerles of Tarle'' ai Tte 3herman, on Monday and Tuw day noxt. Ch.i.UJroTj in Orphanage Alleged to -have been, Cniijlly Wlujipccl Oct.. the pres- tit- session of Icgislaiurc is cre- ating a record tor the number ot speeches delivered, it will bCifound al :he end pi the session, that amount of necessary legislation will he enacted, legislation- now so' new, uo as of a reaching iefislatioa a. ieather-laced dog was to bring the .statutes up-to-date anil: uscj on four- hoys oi eijht and nine inline with more recent Serelop- yMts at ,hc orphan's Home at-Pas- ments.-.Thc law clert s- department hecause they did not and heads of the-various branches ofhdr have been laid- be- 1 Montreal, Que., Oct.. 2. Reports coiripensatioii 'Arnendments arc suggested to the lien act "making il possible lor a man -lo .recover -more than contract price, where it can be.shown that tho work done, when" calculalcd "at rea- sonable charges, had. cycee-den.'coii- tracl price. .An arbitration board :ol five members a body '-Abhe Bxigene is. in charge .ol the .wires ar.d declaring that there is -not the- slightest foundation for the ttoiics, and challenginf! .the society io'male good the allegations of its officers with the option nl fac- ing a: slander-action. The Abie also wired a certificate-from Dr. J. E. lo whom disputes .as tp-pnccs .nrc Midland, .ol Xew Carlisle, staling submitted, the. lioatd s. decision to be (Lal'vhen he- eitaminod the children final ar.d in'lhc orphanapc on Eopteratier- 11, all were-in pit'ect lit.ilth.snd ing no'signs pt ill Ircalmrn -'flic-slatc'iii'erir bid r.c'ori Hie so- In Ihe workmen's net, amendments have.liceri. suggested re- garding, commutation ol periodical payments for a lump sum. There will cicty charged loiir boys re- be a number of. amendments to tlnterivcd. 30, lashes re- village and lawn acts, and legislation-spcctively and that many otkerioys to prohibit cities; from bopusinp, n- hsd been without on. dusUtes.-The amount ol pilvate. .lei- H was: state.-) that, the mailer so' large -a's last swsion will be corisiderflblc.'.- i H.is eipeofcd: vpiotogafion will take place on See the ''.Myitbrles of Paris" at The Sherman on" Moniar and Tues- day '_- (JitY..ENGiNEEKS -i---- BRICK ROADWAY, FREAK OF FLOOD would broi'ght before I'jfeniift Oou.in and thai warrants had issued against a Jirltst and a woman in charge, of tbe institution. Sec the "Mysteries of Paris" The Sherman'on Monday "and'Tues- day uext. must her plctun SEE THE Beautiful as Japan mu! with her flowers and her color, she Is loveliest-.! October. Bright 'a clear sky atones'for the leer days, and the crimson fading maple leaf tutu rnany tain side into a vivid red.. Noi' fore, it; is. tl me for the trav Oirn westward, "flying over. this swift new' irt the Eripress or of nussla, .to" Yoiohamo for with ils laccjue're'd temples in 'groves of ivama, the sacrnd..; wlipWif peaks tiring- hanplaeMr-. lucl< .to .all .nho see IL -if] j you wiht practical details journey, call, wrtte' or 'phone af lo S. B.' Mitchell, ticket sujenl.'LeOivJ Coming Monday anrf Tuesday .OCTOBER .tin and 7th MYSTERIES OF PAfllS" Is essentially the Tea for all dassefi of Its wide If. proves Its flue qualitj'. Cendithii with for the Blue Ribbon'Cooi; addraM plainly. kinflai at riaktrt crwli. renurkabje taken at the. recent, cenfe'reTKe in Cleveland, illustrates what citr and ro.d buildjri, tnnM irom all over th. country to It It a brick pavement on CiL creek, bereft by flood of .upportinif jubaoil .and f streneth support an" The tiffnty .reet ana etcttt fert In.widtnJ- was in Cieveland istrnction, pL i ost tt, AB Itsion in proper construction" tnred a DlaTe hi uie fnfiim. Much Joora b ttodyug tl nut w lio Hi Qove rnor and Mrs. testifj' bffore the ImpeJcirnebt court. The' case for the prosecutipa j as. been rested court ..a4- until Kriilay. :-'-r-'" :'-C-- ]oX. WE EAT TOO MUCH CLOGS KIDNEYS U CITY TO INSTAL DOUBLE DIAMOND AT 13th STSEET CROSSIN6 Bvldently the Canadian Pacific of a NO the.street ilertrtmont to arronfi.td Ihstal another diamond ftt.the 33th elreet crossing, so that a. second track may be laid to the Junc- tion this fan. This, Is', cpnse'iucnt on the railway company abandoning the conslruet5on