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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRfDGB HKRALW OCTOBER 1015 letbbribje fteralb alberta DAILY AND Subterlptian per rear Dy per year br per INSTAL PORTABLE KITCHENS ALONG THE TELEPHONES Butfneea j Editorial Office 1224 Buchanan Managing Director John Tom nee Easiness Manager ivur hang and Country Ne You Right ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE of little Serbia seeme inevj ittblei With communication cm oif I between the Serbs and tiie Allied arm and with the Teutons pressing in upon them from tfte it would appear nothing short of a mir acle could save the haste with the Allied forces were rushed north from they were not ijiiick to nruvent the Bulgar ians cutting the railway between Sa oalk and Thr 3ulars hold the middle half or this and thus control the Thera is doubt nour expressed as to whether the Al lied force is strong enough to force the Bulgars baelj into their own coun trj Rumania and Russia are likely to reach a favorable agreement regard ing thft passage of Russian troops through which would ease iiic situation There is no further indication of any change in Greeces A riuiior that the Cabinet resigned is not confirm The Germans claim to have pene trated the Russian lines on the east ern irontfor more than a mile in the Drinsfc London reports indicate that the Brltiih blockade of Germany is having iti and that food stuffs and clothing are becoming seriously scarce in the enemys country The portable kitchens shown arc placed under bomb sheltersmade of rivetted sheet iron and faced with ENGLISH OBSERVATION OFFICERS DETERMINING THE RANGE FIREMEN ARE DESERVING OF CREDIT The local fire department deserves credit its work during the past few windy days On a couple of oc ithat might have spread into the business section ind destroy ed J much T bnctsess property were quickly brought under It it easy to censure the firemen Then a fiie not quicirfy and it is only proper that appreciation should be efficient service is rea FARMERS SHOULD NOT UtT OPPORTUNITY PASS The farmers tributary to the should not lose the opportunity of rural mail de ery It is within their Crup if they only sign up their order Rural nail delivery brings one of the conveniences of life that mach eloMr to the farm It has a number of advantages and more especially IK Photo showsan observation officer with a range finder noting the elevation at guns must be fired to strike the position of the ion and she received the Gospel message of consolation with all her At the close of the lit tle I began to repeat the Abide with and she join ed softly in the She was brave and bright tothe last professed her Christian and said she was gladto die for her country She died Sike siory of last hours the Bri tish executed by tie Here is a Jfiss Edith RICKED UP IN SSINGCZZI FOR THE BITSY JIA2T J tmell a Djpneer of the is Canadian lour is to he to the Canadian Vrmy Service Corps England to bread for the Canadian soldiers Five oL the Ottawa Roman whose name will lire in history along diocese have gi en ther lives with that of Joan of whose love in cause oi the British allies at of country was so great that she Brapcroc Francli Josepll de bravely faced death at the hands an amnesty for all political the We call woman a mem especially com ber oi the weaker but here is nutted m Hungari before the war woman who must strong men i JJ who have so far failed to hear the sugar lactorv in providing of country They know not love of the corporation guarantees CQuntry as Miss Cuell knew or of the companjs bonds The company I will be capitalized at they would be m khaki long Miss A Bulgarian military court has con CaveS nursed the sick and cared for tbe men of Gernuin PRINCE ALEXANDER Son of Greek King who had his leg victed it valuable period when the farmer u on the market endeavoring to sell grain at the beat The rural mail brings him into closer touch with the market and the buyers SHIP OUR POTATOES TO THE EAST From all reports can be gath there is a considerable surp of potatoes in Southern Alberta The yield was very heavy this as usual the potatoes are of the high est quality There been concern about a but it is evident that there will be a demand from tbe dealers have from as far east as and a Winnl pefftflrm has been advertising m the Herald for potatoes m car load lota ICaatera Canada conditions interfered with the production of the usual po tato and consequently there will be heavjr importations This is Southern Alberta s opportunity Every effort should be put forth to place our potatoes on the eastern The railroads are offering special What is most needed la that the producer should get in touch with eammission houses that will look af ter their and see that they et the full return for their MISt CAVCLLS kOVC OF COUNTRY She further said I thank qod for tkli tea weeks of quiet before the My Kfe has ainajs been hur IM Ml of this time Out fwt been great mercy They lure all been very kind to me here Bat tklt I wouh standing as I do vlenr at Ood and I realize WtfMtieei is not I must save hatred or bitterness towards She was a Propaganda imprisonment for life leader broken when thrown the of antimilitaristic has sentenced him to woman and she was patriot She admitted that she aided French and Belgian soldiers to escape she loved her We have women in and iwhorefuse to permit aalebodied men to for their they do not love their country Miss Cavell gave up her lifeto save because she loved her She did not hold back with tears in her and pleadings that they t might die on thebattlefield if they The countrys call was atl she heard arid she did her Brave will be I ratepayers want Norman Kesselring of aged the vlllage colmcii to levy 10 mills died ab a result of his fund skul lacerated by a spike in a tele Kar 0njCe has accepted the phone nole against which he wag tender of packets For throvvn when his horses ran QQQ pounds of canned More than fifteen thousand men not tne threeyearold son oi ye attached to any regularly organ j TiiBOn of md have been recruited in ej In tne sydenham r Canada since tie announcement ot Bm F Carson formerly an em the new scheme for raising and bil nlnvee o the Hudsons Bay In has been killed at the Capt Curry r 01 son of Senator N was killed two minutes after entering the Word has been received at Ottawa Lady Sybil youngest letins troops in the rural districts revered through the There are age was juaterjio Stephen B committed for trial on a charge of hbeJmg Hon has the provincial hospital at St Taylor circulated slanderous tormeily in phlets about Hazen I ernorgeneral 01 and Lady Gabriel a of nas been sent with Holland who when sixteen yeais of Laljy jiuricl Paget to organize a nos thev are nursing the sick andj the by the they are making real Why Because possess the same love of countryas possessed Miss HALF BATTALION OF FRENCH CANADIANS tbe im putation that FrenchCanadians are unwilling to do their share in the de fence of their country several prom inent Citizens of Boniface have nstituted a movement to recruittwo companies throughout the ivfest for active Dullontier of the Dominion immigration respon sible for the lie took the last officers and on its completion canvassed the French districts province and other parts of the with satisfactory If the local military authorities the FrenchCanadian halt battalion will be the 69th In a unit which will be commanded by LieutenantColonel lately returned from the tier has itrvrd on the need grain com mlttee several and is well pi toe Holy Communknown throughout the west CECIL 3 for 2 for j indicted by a Tom who t did the gun was loaded i The Dominion Government has pass1 ed an orderincouncil authorizing payment o to recover Do minion and school lands along the Winnipeg Kiver bold in 1906 to the late J S Cummmgs of valuable for their proximity to vvdter t Duncan who has been su 1 pcrmlendent of construction for the Canadian Northern railvyay for sev eral has been offered and has the position bfisupcrintaid ent and assistant general manager of the i between Edmonton and i David Lloyd minister of announces thatywomen 18 yearsof age anil over engaged nition work receive a minimum wage or wieMv When doing skilled work on time or by women get the same paj as the amiounce i ment lurincr I the Kamloops gro who gave his power fit attorney to the ate but who was not aware the financial nioves of the late head ot Dominion Trust is being sued for up wardsiof in seltlwnints o large land dealings which Arnold bad under HERES THE KEY How to Enter The Contest Fill in the nomina tion blank with your name a n d nncl bring or mail it to The Herald Con test Department EC ceipt books other supplies Avill bcifurn ished at Nomination Blank Ciood for 5OOO Votes Campaign Manager for Lethbridqe Box Please accept the nomination of us candidate in The Heralds Subscription Only nomination will Count for a Theres no Red Tape in the method of becoming a candi date in the Herald s Subscription Simply fill in the above and mail or bring it the Campaign Depart The prizes are You can earn ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS If you get more votes than any other candidate If you conie second 4Q of Subscription Collections made of Collections of your Collections of your Collectioris of your Collections If you finish seventh or further down the list you are assured 10 on all the money you collect Candidates May Start at any timeContest Will Close on 21st Special Prize of An extra prize of will be awarded to the Candidate collect ing the most money for subscriptions for The Weekly new names or advance or arrearage This extra prize willbe paid in addition to any prize 03per Object of the Contest As in former subscription campaigns of The the object ol this contest is to add new names to our Subscription list and make collections of arrearages and secure advance payments for the Daily and Weekly The Herald circulates ever a and It h been found from experiencethat the expense of tending collectors to the outside territory Is fully as great as the coet of prizes in a circulitior Under the system of paying a graduated per cent to the every competitor will profit according to the time and energy devoted to the The services of and Dyce have been secured to conduct the They have had charge of all our former contests and need no Introduction to the peopie of Lethbridge and New Plan of Awarding Prizes Heretofore In the Herald subscription contests prize of certain value or a stipulated amount ef money was set aside for prizes from the first to the tenth or The old plan proved utls ractory to a certain as the competitors knew in advance the prize which would be won If they finished second er any other place within the it often happened that three or four competitors would nearly th same number of the value of the prizes would have a wide Of the first prize should have a stipulated in this Incomparing the per cent plan with other contests en the Herald It has been found that it would have better equalized the I prize but would have not coat the Herald any less t Each candidate can figure on the 15 IT 10 ef their subscription each person taking part is aaaurred of returns in proportion to their ly a very fair General Rules Any man or boy or of liny living within the circulation zone of the Herald may Votes will be issued upon subscription collections according to the schedule printed upon the re Candidates may solicit subscriptlane any and may have Mende and relatives assist but the votes of two or more candidatee cannot be clubbed together under one A candidate wishing to withdraw nay transfer his or Her votes to a new Votes will be issued on subscriptions for the Daily and Weekly Herald as well as fer ad vance subscription Obey tltat impulse start in the So fid in your name and an early I Special Contest Office is located at 321 Sixth Street next to the Phone Address all communications to Hox 337 ;