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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ;>our King and Country Need v You Right Now  north. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF"TMB WAR � ' The fate of little Serbia seems Uiav- j itable. With communication cut off .-between the Serba and the Allied arm-in, and with the-tTeutons pressing in upon them from ^he north, it would appear thai, lidthing short of a miracle could ,�Tfe her. Notwitlt^alidW the haste witi� which iM?'Allied forces -were rushM "'�fft-Saloniki, they were- ntff to urovent the Bulgar-the railway between SaT-,and Nlsh. The Bulgars hold the of this rail war, and thus itriJI' the situation. There is doubt jnO^rg-Wpressed as to whether the Al-?force-is ; cIM^g an becoming seriously scarce in the 'nemy's country. PIREMKN ARE t>lj)SftVINO OF CREDIT _ ; Th� local fire department deserves K � t , . * explain easy�to eennrtei the firemen when Are* ft not,qu!elfly controlled, and it'jrj '"bnij^sroj^'iljiat appreciation should) be patdVhfh efficient service is ren- {snfeeea/^.-y** irS The portable kitchens shown are placed underv boittbnproo^ riyetfotl sheet iron and faced with earth. ' - ..,,?**� ENGLISH OBSERVATION OFFICERS DETERMINING THEpRANGE Photo shows an observation officer with a range...finder noting the elevation at.which the, guns must be fired to strike the position of the enemy. ""' " "~'*  ion together,' and she received' the Gospel message of consolation with all ;Tier' heart. At the , close of the little service, I began to repeat the words;'Abide with me,' and she joined softly in-the end. /'She was brave and bright to the last. She i professed .her Christian faith/and said she was glad-to die iter -her^f country.^- Steadied Uke * Kt^5._-i�- �.',,_,_,, ~%tW of.'- list hours of "Miss Edith' Cavell/ the British nurse^ "executed b>;the'Germans. , Picked up in lASSINGCZZI TOR THE BTTSY MAN Here is a'woman, -Miss Edith Cavell, J.. B. GaxtnieJV a. pioneer of the Biitle.S Man.-,tdistrict, is dead. Canadian flour is to be, furnished to" the Canadian Army "Service Corps in'England to bake' bread for the CanadUm soldiers ^Uiere. ... Rive; priests of .the Ottawa Roman fARMIR* SHOULD NOT -ilfTT' OFFORT UNITY PASS ,f*lt)f* farmers tributary to the city Jthonld act Ipse the opportunity of :.-^^'?|�fl�de-aveTr.""It is within their grasp if they :only sign up their order. Hnrltl Imail delivery brings one of the conTMltacM of city life that much clgiHir:ty>.-4>o'farm. It has a.number. -.ojf.'ladVa^iag�s: and more especially it itlvata*M*_ at ih!sJ period when the : .fjrper^Ji-on the market endeavoring �to sel] hU grain at the beat price. The rural mail delivery brings him into closer touch with the market and the buyers. v > 4^l>fl�,irUI.Uve in histoix.alohg i?athoHc diocese have given their lives _ ]wlth that of Joan of Arc; whose love Se*^T �' thC B"tjSb alhCS at(: . "Einpcror Francis, Joseph has: de-1 .* jciared an" amnesty J.for ' all political -' '-'� Socialists; com- of country "was so great that she bravely faced death at the hands of the -Huns, We call woman* a mem-1 offences, especially ber of the weaker sex, but herea j nutted in. HungarV before the. war. j _ . . . - - D. A/Gordon. M. P.. of Wallace- woman who must shame strong men, bJn^,AprJi0Ber,to BStaWt*. a big who have so far failed to hear the can sugar faetory in Petrolia, providing of conntryJ They know not love of the corporation guarantees $250,000 4t nr  of the company's.bonds: The company ^ -will be capitaliztd at �00-,000 m SHlF OUR POTATOES TO THE EAST i^itan all. reports -that can be gathered, there is a considerable surplus - of potatoes in Southern: Alberta. The yield was very heavy this year, and, M usual the potatoes are of the high-apt {quality, -There na� been concern about a market, but it is evident that there will be a demand from the east. Local dealers have had;inquiries from ��far east as Toronto; and a Winnipeg Iflrm has been advertising in the Herald for potatoes in car load lota; Bsatem Canada conditions interfered . with the production of the. usual potato crop, and consequently there will be awry Importations."' Thta is Southern Alberta's opportunity. Every jeMo^fjilH^d'/be put forth to place otifJ.pi^tfles: on the eastern market ' T$$.; --^liraads ' are offering special s^qi�|�.>-.^�lfi�t-':m most needed is that : tl>e producer should get in touch with eommisslon houses that will look af- ^tf r their shipments, and Bee that they .,get the full return for their product. muss CAVCtt'S OF COUNTRY '} ;,;v!.;v,*phe further said: 'I thank G^od for |V^.k';^^/te|^wj|^ka of -quiet before the pMt I)MF Imw always been hur-fcr>. ^HrtlfrN^fgll of dlfftcuIUes; this time ||beeii a'great mercy. They ".|j|ta'very kind to me here. 4^W^wmiM aay:-standing as I do f i^lm|^^^ou'and eternity, I reaUzb Vi^t|rt'lpWo|j^Js not enough. I must t*r'SfiIytt�� or Mttriuw towards1'' country^ as Miss Cavell knew they would be in khaki long ago. Miss Cavell'nursed the sick, and cared for -the wounded-even men of German j nationalitr woman 'and' she waB a patriot. She admitted' t that she- aided British, PRINCE ALEXANDER Son of Greek King wh6 had his leg A Bulgarian military court has convicted Mj. Stambultwsky,.. leader of broken when thrown from a;;.Jiorsip, ____the Agrarians, of anti-militaristic She was "a .big-heartedI fTP?B��ta f�d has sentenced him to '.�;�...��.,-. 'imprisonment for life. ;l^Rb�� 8Ut ! perintendent of construojiion lor the Canadian Northern railway for several years, has been'6Ber^d|find has accepted, the position pf (Superintendent and assistant general, manager ol the C.N.R. between Pilm.oiitpn-i arid ' Vancouver. � s� ', David Lloyd George, .. miinister of munitions, announces t^t,^woraen 18 years of age and over engagei; in;;mu-nition work, receive anifiimup";yage of �1 weekly. When '|Qffig,;, skilled work on time or by^pi^j.^^Jnen;get the same/ pay as men, .the .4nnouncer ;ment.furjjiher, statep?i-:-'4 'fS�/.'J%:\-':;'�'-' ' Williani Philip, the K^mVoops gro-i cer, who gave his pdwir^l^ttorney ltd1 the late W. H. Arnold,-.but who -. was not! aware the fidahcial moves ' of the/'I ate head of fh^ Dominion ..Trust; company, is being siie'd, for upr wards'jof $5,000,000sStflementslot--Iargc-'fland dealings^, whic&'-i Awold; 1 had under way. There's no Red Tape in the method of, becoming a candidate in the Herald's _ Subscription Campaign. Simply fill in the above blank, arid mail or bring it the Campaign Department. The prizes aire generous. You can earn ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS If you get more votes than any other candidate If you come second 40 % of Subscription Collections made Third~30 % 6f your Collections Fourth-*25; % of your Collections ^,^;y-^.,^ Fil^--20:% of your Collections X Sixth-15 % of your Collections If you^finish ':w*^&Mb&&m ^^y^^^^ 10 % on all the money you collect Candidates Mar Start at any time-Contest WIN Close on Dec 21st 1 Special Prize of $2S.OO .i^^if An extra prize of #25.00 Ayill be awarded to the GaridWaf^coll'ect-mg the mpst money for subscriptions for The Weekly Herald, new names or advance or arrearage payments. -, l*tem �* P�y�n� a griiduated per cent to the candidates, every combetiter wlil arrii* accordina to the time and energy devoted to the contest. , ' y ??T7"wr - ; Tho-MryiCM �' "r. and Mre. Chap.; 1. Dyce have been eecured to conduct:^he^eamMli^''' Tkiu; New Plan of Prizes Heretofore In the Herald subscription conteati a priae of certain value or a stipulated amount of money was set aside for prizes from the firet to the tenth or twelfth. The old plan provsd faetory to a certain degree, as the competitors knsw in advance the prize, which would, bs Won If they finished tlrst, second pr any other place Within, the prizss. , - However, it often hsppsned that'three, or four competitors would ,have nearly thf same numkfr;. of votss-and the value of the prizes would have :a Wide range. Of course, theflret prise shouldtftmt*i: a stipulated value-^1000, in this contest: In' comparing the per cent plan with other contest* on the Herald it hss been found that it would have better^equalised the [prize money* but wsuld'!h�vs not cost the Herald any lees money. . ^ Each candidate can figure on the $1000. 40%, 30%, 25%, 20%, 16% Or 10% of jtheir eubscrlotion collections-thus each person taking part.1 * aseurred of returns in proportion to their*work-certainly  very fair way. , ' ] , .General. Rules 'i ('it Any man or woman, boy or girl, of pny age, living within the circulation zone of the Herald^ may b"e0Vo"e* wHr'b^ieeued upon subscription 'collections according to ths schedule prlntsd upon ths rs- C"'PCand,(d'�tes may solicit subscriptions any place, and may have friends end relatives assist them, but the votee of two or more candidates esnnot be clubbed together under one name., . -' ,- A candidate wiahing to withdraw.msy tranefer hie or her votee to a new candidate. *" ' Votee will be ieeued on srroars subscriptions for the Daily and Weekly Herald aa well as for � vanes subscription payments. "Obey that impulse" today. So fid in your name and get ajn