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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THfi tETHBRIDGE DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER She -Derail letbbrlbfle, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY, Subscription Rates: Dally, aellvercd, per year..... Daily, by mall, per year....... Weekly, by mail, per 54.00 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES: Wlncss Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torranee Managing Director Business Manager Your King and Country Need You Right Now THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR A reverse for the Bulgarians in isouthern Serbia was recorded yester- day, which gave a somewhat more aspect to tho situation. The .jSuljars are said to hare retired from j i.Usfeub, French forces. The :Serbs, however, are-still Ifighting des- 'perately to1 check the Teuton ad The Russians have commenced the Bombardment of the Bulgarian, coast Italians have scored a signal, vic- tory over the Austrians, taking sever Hi important positions and two towns The Germans are stifl making a de- termined attempt to take Riga in Pussia. The French on the west have with heavy artillery tire shattered several important German positions. The hopelessness of the Dardanelles "situation is again testified to by Cap- JFortescue. returned American He emphasizes the fact that this war must be won by the Arties in France and -Flanders, and can be won no- where else. The French ministry, has resigned, 'and a new cabinet is'being formed, .under SI. Briand. IWHAT GERMAN CONQUEST .WOULD MEAN The Herald not long ago contained ift picture portraying a scene in Rus- siaPoland, where Germans were ;in- structing the children of a captured '.town in the German language. That picture should become im- pressed upon our minds If Germany is vic'tonous in this war over most 'm the nations of the earth, she would dominate the world! In Canada we would be forced to the studj and use of the German language, and abandon, the use of the English lang- uage Germany only force upon us her form of government and her militaristic hut she would force us to USB her language The scene In- a German occupied section of Poland is the proof of her policy over people who she succeeds la nominating -ATTRACT SAVINGS OF THE PUBLIC At the recent moating of the British it TFU suggested that the government, instead of putting a third war loan, should, secure funds by attracting the savings of the i nubile It is proposed that the gov Sorrow directly from the peo- ple, even from the better to-do work 'ing alave.B, The means "would be bonds, payable, say, in ,8, and 10 years Interest would the day the bonds are issued to -Bonds would be in any [multiple -ol: that is, practically, and -they would he transferable. is devised also to attract Tolure as well past sal ings, by the bonds pavable over a per l of, say, ten months or longer such iaea nould be quite feas lute and, perhaps, desirable in Can- Ma, in case of a second or third dpm loan, although doubtless it not be necessarj on earlier loans The London Economist m this -cojinectibn points out that during the last twenty-three years Manchester had raised on the average a day, or "nearly a year from own an average rate of Per pent. The proposer of the idea at the Bri- tish Association, Mr. believes that It the Chancellor of the Ex- chequer had adopted this plan a year ago, he could have all the money he needs to' finance the war, while ad- vantages; would have resulted to the Investing1 public as well. AMERICAN PRESS DENOUNCES GERMANY The United1 States srets is very pronounced in its denunciation of the execution of -Mm Cavell, the British Miss Cavell'8 execution, In the op- inion of the New York Times, has 'done Germany immeasurable harm. says the Times, "has ttrpught beraelMnto a position tto world Imp her In horror and dreads uotnutf much It, the pueuaa of her arml. The ftf of Edith but x Grand Von iss the New York Sim. r r (The American cartoonist got his inspiration hi the above from the fact that the British, navy has gobbled UP number of German "Unterseetboats" lately. Note the ;lion licking'his Hps in the the spirit and-purpose of the Imperial military policy. They did their part in the working of the brutal, mon- strous engine. It is because of this spirit, of these purposes, of such deeds as that at Brussels, that Germany has lost her standing among civilized nations devoted to the ideals of hu- manity and of progress; it is because of those things that her enemies may triumph, end that such a.ruth- less rule may not be established in power.upon the earth.' he'NeWr Tribune fsays: "Am- ericans will feel a deeper sympathy for SlisB Cavell because an American. Minister's 'own words certify to the enormity of German inhumanity Tor usjhere. Is _a jjlam case, testified to by one ot' our own countrymen. Tho facts He clear; tho it not of illegality, .but of inhumanity, surpassing brutality, unbolieva'ble stu pidtty. Zjooking- at'the courage, the hero- ism :of a British woman, is it possible to believe that British men will fail where their women have succeeded Something.thereJs tif en- during grandeur in this woman's sac- rifice. It is an act that mobilizes all that is real, enduring, noble in a race. The results will be found in all the j days hereafter, until the great day" when at last frees herself from a .tyranny which is both brutal and stupid, and in its stupidity has sealed its doom." The New York Herald sees a direct snub to the United States in the way the case handled. ICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAU WARD OF CPR. ENLISTS Youth Wse Cared for by Railway Be. cause ot Father's Bravery Free Press) Six years ago two bandits held up C.P.R. train near Ashcroft, B.C., and a provincial constable named Pecker went aftet them He located them, in tlie canyons" of the Thompson; and shot ot them, but was wound ed by who came up to him as he the ground and killed him. made his has never since been heard oty The courageous. Constable Decker had been, married to a squaw and bad m son. Out of respect for the C.P.R, made this son their narfl, and placed in trust for him to provide him with an cation. "The boy: baft grown up under the care of the CPR, and has fceen em ployed until lately in the shops at Recently he expressed a deiin-tQ enlist, and F, W. Peters, gen- superintendent of the British Co! .umbli. d.Tlsion of the C.P.R., arranged to have him join the First Canadian Pioneer corps He is now in Wfnnl pec this biiUUon of (earlySB out- loor hnsklefl Recently in Princeton, B, C, a coyote stole IS turkeys. The Rossland; B.C., now rings at 8 instead of 0 pm The ladies -of QfeSnwocd have 'pre- sented the "liard companj' with a set of colors. Vn order has besn jeeeivsd m B C from -South America for to.ns ,oi potatoes.- During August pounds 01 fish, mosth salmon, wro- handled it Prince Rupert More than J OJJO beet cattle a month are being shipped from the Valley. At Pentictou the.locaj-made 'dairy butter sell- at cents a pound while the imported prairie article re- tails at 30 cesis- Penticton, B C will not accept vacant lots from propert) owners in of taxes on other real es- tate. tne exhibits at the Isew Denser fruit jair was an apple grown at an elevation of feet. J. K Flemming, loimer premier ot New Brunswick, has so far recovered from his serious illness as to be able to go automobile riding. Jim Paul, cne ot the I'est known Indian the Maritime prov- inces, has enlisted-in the 88th Bat- talion, at Sussex, B He says he is going forget the kaiser's scalp Capt C T Knowlton, commander of the fishing e Hul- nare, -has .super- -intenticnt of'Icar'ferriRS aV Halifax. Josiair Nickerson, .a' -fisherman of; lannoutli, N 'S has teen sentenced to 13 m the Pen. for an as-, sa 1 tr on a woman S3 cars old oi a, Timaway John jnd-'Angus McLean were killed at Alines, S S The horse bolted, right, in front .of. an :en- gmc H A Bogqs, plio haiT been ,on the Hilitax past office staff for 30 years, joined 88th Battaliort Vas gnen a waSt by his as- sociates; has and Rof fl R Grant, moUerator ot the N S Preibitenan Smbil, stirtcd a mo-e-1 ment asking the S eminent to cut them" Oil. Xmentan sportsman shot a in the lobiqiie naods. a B which had a rccpijl spread oi ant'ers. It measured 62 inches. A blind man at'Halifax took a re- cruit to the reciuiung station He had met the man on-the street and persuaded him to In a sermon !at Kit Dunstan's church, Fredencton, Rev Father Carney said "ever} sensible man would condemn the training qi women to be soldiers." Hum Quong, a John, J.' B., Chinese, took ao oatli in the police; tourt bv smashing a saucer He told that it he did-notT tell "this truth; his soul would be smashed, like saucer. James "Vlilligan, an I. Cw R.1 con-; ductor, who had been 5j years m the, service road, died St John, N B He organized the order -of railway conductors -1 betterishave coming to you the minute you; strike Mennen's. takes aJl the 8ting out of your feelings" and saves your time. Be good'to your 'feae try 20 Cinsdlan Seilinc OLD F. RITCHIE A CO., Ltd. j HcCiral St, Toionw YOU NEED to aid Mttrre occuionilly when your 1 livar it elufftHh, your stomach dis- ordered or yatir bowels inactive. Let tbla mJU, dependable remedy rtfulate theee organs and put them im a teund ani'bealthy condttkn. BEECHAM'S PILLS NEW MACHINES MADE IN LETHBRIDQE We have lately gene Into manufacturing, and have for sale DEEP-WELL HAND PUMPS With this bumf) child ran pump from a foot as easily is wilfe'the ordlipiry pump fn a IS foot well. K BURR GRINDERS Grinding grain far Thi'pp Itnll Krillllpr For hug feed, a KUH WrilHHT r You Invited to call and see these machines Made ;by, fl. KISCHEL, Of the. Plant ef the Lethbridge. Iron Works HFRF'STHEKEY' llLiIVLi U lll.LjlV.Lii How to Enter The Contest Fill in the nomina- tion blanl? with your name a n d address, and bring or mail it to Tho lierald Con- test Department. Re- ceipt books and other supplies will be furn- ished at once. Nomination Blank Good for SOOO Votes MR. C. E. DYCE, Campaign Manager {or Lethbridge Herald, Box 337, Lethbridge, Alto. 1915 accept the- nomination of as candidate in-Tho Herald's Subscription Campaign. [Nominated by Only qne nomination will Count for a' C'an'dldatft (Naioe) There's no Red Tape in the method of candi- date in the Herald's Subscription Campaign. Simply fill in the above blank, and mail or bring it the Campaign Depart- ment. The prizes are 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 of your Collections Fourth-25 of your Collections Fifth--20 of your Collections 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 tims-Contest 1! Close on Oec. 21st Special Prize of An cxtia prize oi! IIG n Varied to tlic Candidate collect- ing tlie mosl money for subscriptions Tor Tho Weekly Herald, 'new names or advance or .arrearage payments. This extra prize will bo paid in addition to any other prize cent, earned. i Object of the Contest As in former subscription campaigns of The Herald, the object of this contest is to add pew names fo our Subscription list 9114 Walrc collections of and secure advance payments for Jtte Daily and Weekly Herald. The Herald "circulates over 3 large area, and it has been found from expennipf tnp of tenting collectors to the outside territory Is fully as great as the cost of in ,f cireuljrtion the ayslcm of paylijg a graduated pej- cent to the candidates, competitor according to the 'tune anl energy devoted to the contest The Krvicci of Mr and Mra, Chas E Dyce have been secured to conduct ths wmpaiaK, Th.y have had charge of all our forrrjer contesta apd no introduction to the people ot LetnDrlJgt and vicinity. 1 New Plan of Awarding Prizes Heretofore In the Herald subscription contests pnze of certain or a stipulated amount money set aside for prizes Jrom tho fjfst to the tenth or twellth The factory to a certain degree, as the competitor >ew in advance the prize which If they finished first, second or any olhsf place wlthirii tjie pruca However, it often happened Jhat three pr four competitors would have nearly the aafne of votes-and the value of tne pruts hav. wide range. Of course, the Should have a stipulated in thia contest. In comparing the-per cent plan wjth on the Herald ,t ha> been found that It v.ould havfjietter -equalized the prize mpnay, but weuld havs not coat the Herald any less money Each candidate can figure on the 16% or thoir sub.Krlpfion each person part of rotuins in, proportion to ly a vary fair way i General Rules wiMdibdealfsaueo: upon auenpton colleetiona according to the schedule Any man or woman, boy or g'rl, of any age, within the circulation zone the jl the assilt may aoliclt subaerlptloM any 0lact, and may have frienda and e votea ef two or more eandidaJM eanpot be clubbed together under one nanie, A candidate wishing to withdraw may transfer his or her votea to a new candidate. Votes win be iaeued on arrea'a aub.crIPfjoni for the Dally and Weekly H.raftl a. vance aubscrlpllon payments. that today. Scud-in your name early m the Contest. j Special Contest Oflicc is locat-d at 321 Sixth Sojith, next I to the Herald. Phone 1088. i' 'M1 all MAiiHgol1, Lcthbridgs, A Ha. 337 i ;