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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 22. 1012. THE ij'Tintmnoi: DAILY HERALD 7 First Vote Standing of the The Herald's Subscription Contest i'Oi ty the fiuiiMTipiion have their motile by tuniiiiy i'ii Kubscriptioiis iiud votiiir, the wrlifl' ciites the.y rect.'ivud. U Is Iturcly imsttlhle. that ii few not represented in ihe score us movement, have begun active work and have a t't-jion ready lo soucl in. The. Utart is fo (he manager oMhp cum t-si. U forcibly ivflccis interest taken in the (.-oiliest al Thin en My This VK a free-for-all comjiut-Uion. Candidates niny solieii any placof hoshlos their own lown ami locality. It is always best, however to cover your home eerrilory before goiny lo other places. Write to your friends, Solicit ing their support. He em'Jinsmstic. Do not got discouraged when you i0 hind a Hvmn- jniily sure tfubscrijniun. Yon will uftun 1'ai! whore you were .sure1 of sucuesg iind jusi often get a subscription whoro you It-asi expect it. So "strike" right'and left. That's tho way to set votes in. winning numbers. Votes trill be added again on Friday for Saturuny's Thef System of Voting Explained The votp will be added again on Friday lor satin-dayy issue of the Herald. Th4 standing will be published after this week on Tuesdays, Thursdays 'jiid .Saturdays. -Voting certificates must he deposited at (he contest oliiee tile dav before to appear to tile credit of the eanfli'liiU'S. Voting eenifieatp.s may bo added in tile stamping up to the limit specified or heid in reserve. Until fd-rther notice candidates ,v-il] he allowed to vote above the high score of the last standing. The high vole unlay si.noo therefore any candidat-e who can do so may vote as high as for Saturday This is as fair for one as another, and prevents altempts to "run away with flic contest" upon the part of the over-enthusiastic. THE FOLLOWING BULLETIN CONTAINS THE NAMES OF ALL THE CANDIDATES IN THE HERALD'S CONTEST AND THE VOTES DEPOSITED IN THE BALLOT BOX UP TO LAST'EVENING. ASPLAND, BERNARD. Barnwell, Alberta ATKINSON, EDWARD, Bcllevue. Alberta BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN, Carmangay, Alberta 9.500 BOISVERT, MISS YVENNE, 416-12111 St, A. N., city............... BRENNAN, W., 945-911! st- South, city BARNETT, MISS GRAYCE, 210-10th St. South, city BIDAULT, J. A., 312-IOth St. South, city........................... CUNNINGHAM, TED, 214-1st Ave. South, city CRAIG, MISS PEGGIE, P. O. Box 514, city COOPER, MISS HAZEL, Cranbrook, B. C......................... ENGLISH, J. T., 501-10th St. North, city 10.400 FLETCHER, IRA, Magrath, Alberta HUTTON, MISS EVA, 814.Cth Ave., South, city HURLBUT, MISS PEARL, Bow Island. Alberta HOULT, MRS. W., 40G-19th Si. North. City.......-..... HUNT, KENNETH P., Noble, Alberta HULIT, MISS ARLIN, Warntrr, Alberta HAIG, RUSSELL, Claresholm, Alberta LEOINGHAIY1, C. L., 508.5th Ave. South, city .............'.'.___ MARSHALL, W. M., Taber, Alberta MECIKLE, GEORGE C., New Michel. B. C........ MURPHY, JAMES, Alberta 5300 NEGREY, STEPHEN, 225-13th St. North, city 14.5000 OLSON, MIES PEARL, 312-14th St. South, city PATTERSON, MISS JEAN Blnirmore, Alberta............___ PEARSON. G. W.. Picture Butte, Alberta................. PELLETIER, MISS AGNES, Pincher Creek. PETTIT, MISS S. M., Cowlcy, Alberta PATTERSON, MISS JEAN. Starland Theatre............f... READ, EDWARD, Pincher Station, Alberta REVILL, JOHN R., 617-14th St. South, city REDSHAW, MISS MARGARET, ,267-19th St., North, ST1BBS, MRS, N. C., 211-5th Avenue South, city........ SKOUSON, Z. N, Raymond, SIMM, MISS CISSIE, 505.11th St. South, city SCOTT, MISS, LOUISE, Macleod, Alberta EF.LLENS, MISS DOROTHY, 908-7th Avenue South, city........... 20JOOO VOGAN, MISS THELMA, 619-13th St. South, city WRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St., North: city....................... MISS FLORA, Fcrnie, B. C.................... CONTEST RULES -iny man, woman, boy or slrl residing the circulation zone of the Herald may enter the contest. Xo employee of the Herald is eligible. Contestants may nominate themselves or be nominated by a friend. Tile contest innnager -reserves the risht to reject any nomin- ation without giving any reason for HO doing. Contestants may secure subscriptions anywhere. Votes will be issued according to tlie advertised schedule only. The management reserves the right to alter any contest rule or condition, except that the value of the prizes shall not be re- duced and that the'advertised vote schedules for the different per- iods will not be altered in any way. Candidates must turn in subscriptions as soon as received. In entering the contest candidates signify their intention to be governed by the above rules. 18.000 in The List of Prizes house, to be erected by The Herald; or automobile of any make; or a trip around the world, all expenses paid, or cash. Eight hundred dollar Angelus Player Piano, j Four hundred dollar McMillan Upright Piano. Two hundred and fifty dollar order on any Lethbridge merchant advertls- In the Herald, or in cash. One hundred and fifty dollar, parlor suite or dining room suite, to be purchased from an advertiser, or J125.00 cash. One hundred .dollar Victrola and worth of records, or cash. Sixty dollars in cash. i' Forty-five in cash. Thirty dollars in caih. L Twenty-five dollars in caih. HOW THE PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED' ODD1T1OXAL of fourth prize .candidate may take S120 course in Garbutt Business College and cash; instead of fifth prize same coure and ?30 cash or tho abov.e course of sixth prize. Ten per cent commission to candidates who do not win a regular prize. The? above prizes will be awarded to the ten candidates, regardless of residence, having the highest vote, the leader having first prize options, the one standing second, having choice of the nine remaining prizes headed by the player piano and so on, until all the prizes are taken ua, Pianos have been purchased from Robert Ibgy, 410-12th St. A., jsuiith, local representative of Gourlay, Winter Leeniingr. Toronto. First Voting Schedule Ends November 6th Further nominations will be accepted. Use the "Nomination Blank" to be found in another page of thisMasu'twof Herald. MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT Wed and Thursday T A VI I AT JUJit The Nautical Comic Opera MOK( Array of Talent er Scni in Sno.cisil Scenery initl Kiecirical Elfccts, HcanUl'un.v C'ssstiiiucs. v-live including' a SCIHT of the prettiest oin- city. PRICKS and 50e; Boxes LOCAL TALENT. Seats now selling at Kenny Allin's and Book Sfore. next Dallas Iloiel. Make Your Guess before October 31st Hit Sill atone Cm s inft Contest is npcii unl.il the iihove (Into Thosu who have not et tnl P i uh UK ol the "splendid op poi ttinit ilfordt d thun In C 1 Sit phciiH Company. Limited, have just. Hi; pood a chiiiicf is myoiie for wmnint; rhc money Make your guess now. Thero are no diliieull rulcti lo comply i t.h, BIG PILE OF ALBERTA RED R. W. Pilling of Spring "RHJer. a musical wmiedy young lady a well earned triple re- of ;m aMraciive char.iru: Hit: j call. J. (ico. Harper conducted with j Has Unique and hill presented In the l.i'ihhiidw 'Iwm-ing oi much i pMise_ior ins in Attractive hxhibit nnmMe a: tlical-n- last night in iti. ;t large, arul cniiinsiH-n jThf prrfornuini-c was KI of liic Intn inii.il Hi'v- voting folks will receive thai i Congress ;HM( I'.-iluihi irom agnncnt they so iloser repeated up-! Tho IJiin-n ni' HIP CoiiKri'-sa ami h iindicnco. i U'atldingt.on vulunlilr assiMani'i! umlr-r I at ihc pinmt. ll is io be hoped ilu; Majestic Theatre Friday, October 25, at p. in. Prompt GREATEST WKEMTL1NG MA'I'GII OF THE YEAR. Jack Taylor vs. John Berg TO A FLXiSH POLICE'GAZETTE RULES TO GOVEKiV Seals Now on Sale at Elite Cigar .Store. PRICES: WM and cents. ;i atk'ndani.s oCTtipietl hoxe Liu: on U Oii'j very iiiiritciive and consjiiiMi- ous cxhiliii. arrived at Die eximsitio' to o at Spring CouluM in Contest ClosesOct.31 Tin1 jar hold.s in-Hl) nine six- teenth ol' a siil. of waior and is now fillfd with money sil- ur hills and conper. The money contained is less iluin fjvo hundred dollars and morn rliHTi Hfly dollai-K. Hny morn (iiuiris 01' SilK-Mfone anil SUM! in your at nnouiit of monry al Von may lu> (ncky vvinn'or. Don't 'The prize is a bijj one. Send in yonr yuess today. G. F. Stephens Co. LIMITED Paint and Varnish Makers Winnipeg, Manitoba Icciili-.l snircKS Tlio aiiwtiM.rs w.'iv.crniilis ,11 JIIUIIR prim uilmrvs! "ls rodil, Hie i-hnniscs wlm s.iircssful in sollins I l iinlstnii iliamcl. llr. PIllliiK hna llw pidr -ninj wilh largi-sl niiailicr of lickclt, iiir (hi: lllili 'liri'slicd nvor Sllf) acres til" JiluinciaiK-c siiirii. TltJ urrfonn- Teriisilc-tc. j lliia hu.s -111 luisli- .Hid: from mil j t I r'ls :ln His. Ui Ihf> NVxi. 31 Snirliim! crowded lo iis 11 ilf.rfillly smoolh. Mon "f principals iniiiressed on last in filCI. V; r.y tilU1 feanux-s lalwit. Kranli as I'apl.ji...... I (''lappcr. a prr.mi.ility. land ac-li'd and ih j wliili: Harold ilir part, of mani cs. Clirisdiplicr .jnsl i.hal idiicli ol" lu tiis por- trayal ainnsrd I lie aii.iicuci- in- tonsnlv. As Sir -I. I'. and acli-d l.ijjil; ably, ai l-'ur Kiimirron- and Thursday of Mr. .by the scientilli: I'annor, expects lo lliri is n, TCSll niiablc lo siiln HIO.'llill hnshels of Alhena Red. Al in tho evening jierfor- bis Sprinu- Coulee farm .Mr. I'illiiu; lias a feeding capacity of Ultio xtra Special TOMORROW AND THURSDAY, OPEN ALL DAY FROM ill A. M. THE GREATEST FILM SINCE WE HAVE BEEN IN THE BUSINESS THE MAN HUNT' IN TWO REELS OF WONDERFUL AND THR ILLING SENSATIONALISM COMING NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY: THE ONLY MOTION PICTURES OF THE CONGRESS AND CITY, TAKEN BY'OUR OWN PHOTOGRAPHER. SEE YOURSELF IN MOTION PICTURES prominenl milch eovv.s and man' Don't Miss Seeing It This is already ing the alUMiiioi] of i'armini; e The is lip in v.-ill niako them rieli. >l'lley ci.L-liI While a Herald represcntalive up (lie (.'Xhibil ii of I'liili vlsilors were' diFeussini; the pros and eons, of Kontnern Alberla'p adv.inlaye.s. There- wa.s abso- THROWS LYE INTO EYES Gii-l Blinds Herself and Disfigures Woman With Fluid brem. brmtswa.......he rulenf liarn- 111 mmamuv the liixt slio.v I 's hirmins adv.mlases. There was ateo- his .son, I, ".U ,i h.S-s of II... an, 'i', Ihe being (I. Spen- ular Him, Ih.m" brnn.l I Tr whiril llrrivnl lo "1C "onu., iOliv.abetl, as tlle uiiiiirl.inal.. llillre Tay- j siory. overflowins wilh scenes 'r''V Unit as a srain prodneing coilil-jTIiotnas. a M-year old child ii'r, also annulled hiniM-I dil. -Miss Kiilh Krivin.iii and-Miss Ada Urisln Arabella. S.IIIK very .sweetly, and MHII ntlnnra-! inn for Uieir tinaliVrled .Miss! Ills. before ill' pro REV. MR. CAREW ACCEPTS i Condon, Jl.-Kev. M j I" of .J-" M Jm fej a is in Lelhliridse "j "l.elhbridpi- is au- se.-oml plm i In Hie world lo when ylin pllolo-i tlu1 eSPOllled I