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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY; OCTOBER THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN 9 CASH That's the value of the first prize in The Herald's Subscription Campaign, full particulars of which follow. The Candidate securing the most votes on subscription collections at the end of the contest will be awarded the above sum of money. SECOND PRIZE Candidate Securing SECOND HIGHEST NUMBER of Votes 4O per cent, of Subscriptions personally turned in THIRD PRIZE Candidate Securing the THIRD HIGHEST NUMBER 3O per cent of Subscription Collections personally turned in. FOURTH PRIZE Candidate Securing FOURTH HIGHEST NUMBER of Votes 25 per cent, of Subscription Collections personally turned in FIFTH PRIZE Candidate Securing FIFTH HIGHEST NUMBER of Votes 2O per cent, of Subscription Collections personally turned in. SIXTH PRIZE Candidate Securing SIXTH HIGHEST NUMBER of Votes 15 per cent of Subscription Collections personally turned in. All the remaining active Candidates will be given 10 per cent of Subscription Collections personally turned in to the Campaign Department, upon which votes have been issued Candidates May Start at any Time, and will Close Tuesday, Dec. 21 General Rules Any man or woman, poy or girl, of any age, living withirt the circulation zone of the Herald may become a candidate. Votes be issued upon subscription collections accord- ing to the schedule printed upon the receipt books. may solicit subscriptions any place, and may friends.and relatives assist the votes of two or more candidates cannot be clubbed together'under one name. A candidate wishing to withdraw may transfer his or her1 votes'to a new candidate, Votes will be issued on arrears subscriptions for the Daily and Weekly Herald as well as for advance subscription pay- ments.: Object of the Contest As in former subscription campaigns of The Herahl, the object of this contest is to addnew names to oiir Subscription list and make collections of arrearages and secure advance payments for the Daily and Weekly Herald. The Herald circulate! over a large area, and it hat been found from experience that the expense ai great as the cost or prizci in a circulationof collectors to the outside territory fully campaign. Under the system of paying a graduated per cent to the candidates, every competitor will profit according loathe time and energy devoted to the contest. The services of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Dyce have been secured to conduct the campaign. They have had charge of all our former contests and netd no introduction to the people of Lethb'ridge and vicinity. Special Prize of An extra prize of will bo award- ed to the Candidate the most money for subscriptions for The Weekly Herald, new names or advance or arrear- age payments. This extra prize will be paid in addition to any other prize or per cent, earned. New of Awarding Prizes Heretofore in-the Herald subscription contests a prize of certain value or a stipulated amount of money was set aside for prizes from the-first to the tenth or twelfth. The old plan proved satis- factory a certain degree, as the knew.in advance the prize which would be won if they finished first, second or any other place within the prizes. However, it often happened that threa or four competitors would have nearly the same number of nd the value of the prizes would have a wide range. Of course, the first prize should have a stipulated in this contest. In comparing the, per cent plan with other contests on the Herald has been found that It would have better equalized the prize money, but would have not cost the less money.': Each candidate can figure on the 15% or 10% of, their subscription each penon taking part Is assurred of returns in proportion to their ly a1 very fair way; How to Enter' Fill in this bJiuik wjtlr your name and address, and bring or .m.ail-it to !he tlerald Contest Receipt hooks and other supplies will furnished at once. Ques- tions Don't delay the for the thousand dollars. J Nomination Blank Good for SOOO Votes MR. C. E. DYCE, 1915 Campaign Manager for Lethbridge Herald, Box 337, Lethbridge, Alia. Please actiept tlte nomination' 6C (Nwne) us candidate In Tjie Herald's Subscription Campaign. (Address) Nominated Only one nair.innion will Count for I Candidate ;