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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiicimlny, Novcnihcp 5,11)12 THE LETHBRIWli; WAILY HEKALD Coming Up Strong SEVEN Candidates in the Stride Today With 80,000 Votes Each, It Pays to Keep Your Score On The Move. It Will Take Work To Hold the Pace, But The Prizes Are Worth The Effort When you see a man who won't buy the eyendng paper on the ground that ho gets all tho news out of the morning papei', and won't tuke the morning paper because he can get all the news out of the evening paper, you may know that he borrows both papers from his hh neighbors. Get after that man. * SOME OLAS8Y A OTING TODAY The Standing Shows a "Bin Seven"-Two of Saturday's Ltadcrs Have Dropptd BacH a Peg, Three Have Hel4 Their Own. and Four Ne# Ones Have Joined the Flrr. Brigade REMEMBER THAT FIRST PERIOD SCHEDULE CLOSES WEDNESDAY One of tho now loaders today i� Miss Eva Hutton, of Lelhbrldge. This young ladv seemed to forgo to tho front without any effort at all. She simply produced her voting Blips and peeled olt enough to "catch up." Jllss I'earl Olson, another ot the younger contingent in the city, bcllev-,.iug that.it would beuellt her campaign to sliow a flaah.of speed, after asking how many votes II would take, easily produced sulllclent to- place her abreast ot the highfeyt voter today.- : .7ohn .R. nevlll, also of Lethbrldge, "doctored" his votes as early as Saturday nlglil for lodiiy's ^landing. Mr. Ucvill was one of the'ca-iidldatCB tho conteat departmeni had to hold, down pretty hard at first, for he could (Close his eyes and just see'any quantity of votes coming his waj'. At this time, he Is even with all the others-in the paper, for that is we know ,ally tilli)g about. . ; Mrs. N. C. Stibbs, a city contestant, realized, according to Her talk at contest headciurtrtcrs, fhat it would pay to vote "up a bit," for If.'she didn't �her many friends would think she didn't have the material. '; The vote today is very decidedly of a city order, the country; holding In the backgro\im\. VOTING LIMIT INCREASED , For Thursday's standing of the conttatauts in the Herald's conteat and until further notice candidates may vote 25,000 higher than the leaders of the previous score. In other words, the limit today Is 80,Oao, and a-ny one who can do .so may vote 25,000 more, making 105,000. ...... .J^^^.'J.)9.01000 does not X0P''.'PS.Qnt,.sp .yejry ,muc;i,, w Into �''co"n'.slderatidii the liberal humbor of vbtea giveii fbi- each subscription. Just rouiember that there are almost 13500 worth of priies to he difr tributod, aJitlle less of course, if all the cash options are tnlien. The sixth -prize is worth $JO0 in cash,-going up fast until the fljst will give the winner $1200, Think of thy fine prize.?, and tlieu dig in harder tlian ever during the lag eiul of tho ilrst period voting schedule, it WII.L pay. you. .1. A. Uidault, Mi'3. Ira U. Fletcher'and Miss Thelma Vogan are easily clinging to (irst pl.ioo positions. There may be some surprises for Thursday-and, then, again there may not. . , ^ , ,' , Do not pay too much attention to voting. It will pay to round up every y prooiise before Wednesday nighc, when the first period vote schedule ends. THE FOLLOWINQ BUtLCTIN CONTAINS THE NAMC� OF ALL THE CANDIDATES IN THE HERALD'S CONTEST AND THE VOTES DEPOSITED IN THE BALLOT BOX UP TO LAST EVCNlNQ. A8PLUND, BERNARD, B�rnweri, Alberta.................. S,000 ATKINSON. EDWARD, Bellevue, Alberta.............y........ 5,000 BARBOR. MtSS VIVIAN. Carmangay, Alberta ................... MISS MARTHA BENNETT, Cranbrook, B. C...................., ' 30,000 BOISV^RT, miss VVENNE, 416.12th St, A. N., city ............. BRENNAN, W., 946-9th St. South, city ...................... BARNETT, MISS GRAYCE, 210-IOth St. South, city .. - v. BIOAULT, J. a., 312.10th St. South, city......................------ .10,000 CUNNINGHAM, TED, 2l4.1tt Avr South, city ...............-... ENGLISH, J. T., 50M9th St. North, city ......................... 30,780 FLETCHER, MRS. ira. C, Mairath, Alberta..................... 0,000 HUTTON, MISS EVA, 814-Oth Ave., South, city ............. 10,000 HURLBUT, MISS PEARL, Bow Island, Alberta .........,...... 34,000 HOULT, Mr^S. W.. 40*.19th St.^ Nerth, City ..................... 78,000 HUNT, KENNETH P., Noble, Alberta ................. 6.000 HULIT, MISS ARLIN, Warner, Alberta.................... ,�> HAJG. RUSSELL, CUresholm, Alberta ..........................6,000 LEDINGHAM, C. L., 508-5th Ave. South, city .................... ��,898 MARSHALL, W..M., Taber, Alberta .............................. ^0 cash. One hundred dollar Victrola and $15 worth of records, or $100 cash. Sixty dollars in eash. Forty-five dollars Jp. c�8b..... : " Thirty dollars In cash. Twenty-five dollars In pash. ADDITIONAL OPTIONS-Instead of fourth nrlie candidate may take fiao course in Garbutt Business Colleg� and |100 caab; instead of fifth prize same coure and |30 cash or the above course In lieu of sixth prise. Ten per cent commission to candidates who do not win a regular price. HOW THE PRIZES WILL BB AWARDBO The above prizes will be awarded,to the ten. candidates,, rflgar4lt|M:of' residence, having the highest vote, the leader having eheled'of first pria* ' options, the one standing second, having choice of th'e nine remaining ||rixas> headed by the player piano and so on, until all the prizes are'talien^up.: Pianos have been purchased from Robert Ibey, 410-iath St. A., loutb, local representative of Gourluy. Winter & Leeming, Toronto. ' First Voting Schedule Ends November 6th Further nominations will be accepted. Use the "Nomination Blank" to be found In another page of thii issue of Herald. Contest Closes December 11th 1 WRITERS WITH OPPOSING ARIES VIVIDLY DESCRIBE CONDITIONS Turkey a Colossus with Feet of Clay-King Ferdinand of Bulgaria Ambition is to Tear Down the Crescent and Elevate the Cross-Awful Distress of Ottoman Troops (By Martin H. Donohue, Special War Corresponilent, London Daily Chronicle, with the Turkish Army). Coustantinoplc, via Constanza, Roumania, Monday, via London, Monday night, November Turkey is in a desperate plight ; she is conirontcd ^villl a wrecked aruiy and tho prospective ruin of her empire in Euroiic. Now that the national calamity has overtaken her the number of prophets who foresaw her approaching dissolution is increasing daily. With the prophot.s it i.s to be wise, in view of Uie coulemponiry events, bui iherc wens many thoughtful, serious rainilcd Ottomans in the army and outuidc, who viewed with general misgivings their country's determination to 'accept tho g.i.ec of battle rather than .subniit or accept what she considered a diplomatic humiliation. It Is only another instance in modein lOuropcan history of ;vai,ov getting the bettor of discretion. ;'� -^f diplcmacy- outpnying luililary'preparedness. ^ _ Abdullah .iJ.aslia was ope bf tliose ^vho knc^v/ iinliappilv that Turkey was n colo.ssirs �'�\vitli ..feet (if clay, but hravc soldier and cquilcous gcutlomaiv that he is, althotigli his heart was filled with sorrovy'f at the cci'tain knowledge that falli-'ro was foredoomed, he did iiot shirk his duty, as did n brother general through his notorious Incompetency when holding a ministerial oOice. The nmrh mmcnt-ed disorganization haa resulted. Because they act so gently (no purglnc or griplne) yet so L thoroughly f ure beat fpr the chililien as v/cll a.'s lh� grown-ups, 25o. a box at your druggist's. Ilillotiil Drue and Chimlcal Co. ol C>na defeat. We were compantoha in misfortune. They are dead; -l live. Yet, while I was penned up With Abdullah's flying army, I ani certain not one of his sol. dlers would have hesitated, bad occasion arisen, to give his life cheerfully to save mine, Glarour, though I am. WITH THE BIJLGARIAN ARMY SJftiloh Th� /jmlly remedy for Coushy ''�h;(�.h ���� � llltln ami dott^ (By Lieut. Wcgner, the Only Correspondent at the Front on the Bulgarian Side.) Bulgarian Headquarters, Sunday.- Brilliant co-ojieratloi) of the Bulgiir-It^in leaders, combined with the heroism ot their troops, is bringing the Dulgarlans daily fresh' supcesa. The attempt of the Turkish troojiB to take up n position against' the north of Serai, and at Tohorlu, In order to cov-lar their retreat, totally failed, as did also the intorvsntlon east of VUa of Turkish trcopir, who bad advanced from Vlza through Sultan Bakiohl, The Bulgarians are pushing forward Hi pursuit or the Turks wUb the greatest �nergy, in order to'suCOaacl In driving th� largest poiatblt j^art p( the defeated Turkish aiwy tcQitt Us llna ofMtreat: � - TWahorropUt ifr