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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE T.KTTIBltTnCIK'DAILY HERALD Wednesday. Be? Sure You Who Is Pain Which Means That You Can Never Tell Where You Will tion, as the Story Shows--Six More Days of t] First Period Voting Schedule Sub scrip- Pienbodl h btisi jit ie> IM eietiboi! who1 expects'to'win should be bi i Somebody is win the, un ind a little extra mojiev in com- mission, if not a regular prize You ought to be one of the lucky ten on Hecember winning out Is up to you. No, we ivou't say lut-ky. l.ucky is a favorite word with loafers, ami there are no loafers in this contest. Hare I intKb ,ocd loci is it K i tiled m this noilcl bone-limes I looks like- luck but then i-, i cause fo eftecl Von can't win by luck ,in the strict sense of the word, in this contest or in a-ny battle of life You can tind the e-ause? of any man's success ill his career if you will 'consider Ihe facts in their proper light. You may say ;hat you lucky yesterday because you went out lmi got a subscrililioo for the Herald. Dont him to luck to uni one of ihe bee i wink von uc tiiMlll3 ind lidttng the others will be telling the substnp ions line incidents nude 1011 i inn ion aie 01 aic on unit ion m lieu u e cerum incidents shiped loin e-ouist in llu 'In othei iioids. t'o >ou diitt ff ion haie been dtiftiug ..omg doii n stieam b the euiteiu inki i th as then ue it s time bt i to depend upon lomselt mUht is ivell In a "inner Somebodi hif. Oot to nil tnti sme If ion ud do He uoik ion mil be content to ut foi he result "a tot the null Heiild and get the Lnuite JnTaluT The oih thing Hint enn euuul that v6 it s subscription i- -nothei one One siibscnpiion ran mean toi ion the lrglt, of lotes neee to Tin option, the 51-110 o, one ot the other Jd Prize Play er Here's a fully equipped auto. It's one of the options for winner tof First Prize, ANOTHER GOOD ONE Can be played m with perforated MW- McMillan Upright Piano. house, to any make; or arl Eight Four hundred dp'lf i Two hundred andC ing in the Herald, .o'r I One hundred ahd purchased from an One hundred Sixty dollars .in F.orty-five dollars i Thirty 'dbtlari 1n cl Twenty-five ADDITIONAL J120 course in Giirbinl prize same coure ami I Ttn per cent comrj HOW The above prizes I residence, having the I options, the one standif headed by the player Fianifti have been I local representative of 1 First Further Use the Herald. Leeming, Toionto of Prizes -V, i. id, or J1200 caslf Upright Piano. on merch.nt alertil- bl p15 worth of Ttfords, OP HQO caj of candidate- mm Jlege and cash; of fifth le fonibe in lien Of sixth Jidstes wrjo do not win a regular prut, 'ILL BE AWARDED k '1 "LC regardleis of ngC I the prices are taken upP. I 4-------------------.-----_ lu Rojbeit Ibej 41012th St A, south tr Leeining, Toronto: le Ifnds November '6th tied. IfoJnd in another page of thi. .f December llth Turkish Army Fighting (Continued from front page) Wanted An Office Boy Apply to Johnston Ritchie Union Bank Bldg. Austria-Russia Accord Out. Aiimrin'n anil HusBiiin sovernurenls .have arrivod lit -MI understanding .In the Balkan tlon, .according; to Xeu 'Kreie I'riusiv All oftlclal annoiilioeineiii. on Ihp sulijec.' is phoilli to Jliin the nattiie of moid and the, common police elm has hfen I refnrence. to the'. futnu I treatmonfof the Balkan sitiintionl I I oudon (li I -to I he in un Turkish tut off fium coinnmniidtton on both the r-is-t ind ucst is it rm "id llu hitlle nn is proll ibh Ihe list chance flu Macedonian jyiliynot inlir (01 istdiithioiile Ihc? lUtes dn not I to idd to the licit, tions insint, i the ir the leii illlriciitf pioblems (Of Ihe h ilu no ind the Tlinl-inellw I If iiheii this point is ictched 1 urope ottels nitdi if ion isc shill be bet lo allou us to settlt tin. lurks iloni Ihe 0, Beilin titan hut up mil uon their hliod tin ti hspcns nitli par I lentil 11m knrm to I he iliwrett It the powers 111 I want to put. an end to the war thev i ,have only lo eomnej the 1 r'e to j proclaim autonomy for Maccdoni i Corrcsponilents .Are Hovcottcd l-cinclon, oet. ntuspipetb I of Kngland which have n brigade 6f correspondeiil.s as near- -the .front as ihe riul ainn commandcls j will allow them to no arc insn 01 er their poor .sliowinR ronslilcrlng (he immense eypense. They" nnd thcm- sthcs p n in, for long ticspiilchps con- iaining slain information and dra- matic descriptions of places which tile armies occupied the week before" riineli, this morning hits tlie nail on ,1 lie head by publishing a cartoon with the caption "The freedom'of the and showinj; a war corres- pondent heiug blindfolded and mount cd on a blindfolded, hobbled horse 1'ivo Balkan soldiers with fixed bay oncls si mil on uh M I, ni !Mm lit is in NIL. in mil, despatches ilu Ilisliiidn m niiton il generals lear'nrii the lesson taught by-ihe South ncan war ami the jlaiu-hnrijii ivar. Mint Ihi H u (OiiespoMlrnt is men KI to snetrssinl t fneivilixed Warfare Hi'ilin, Oct. ixn account given by a member" of the Hull m in imhiilinre coips pnhlishid hi Viicsliiiichiichicu the Kinds Bislu inil r irt-irs ivh0 founhi dispel iti I) with id, nris Kirk Kilisseli pi-rpeirated dreadful atrocities on ihe Hiilgaiiiui wounded. In Ihe struggle in the vineyards af- lir Ihe Hiiltrniins le, pulsed in tin last iiistinte ill UK Hulguiin ivounded within the tiring line' were massacred In the Kurds. Uvuks Uhen llu imhuhmce coins finally came up they' liuiml tint those whom the bullets had not killed out- in the list agonies hiMnijeiei ,otiged nosis in I ens cut oil ind indies nppel mlh Inms b, luilish merlins Uhr-n tfter 11 I il 11 pulses md n, Un nl ,u thi took the unc nils the bayonets' point, the Turks defi'iided every inch ilmosi, sluhlioinness, axes, knives hulls illill even bare knuckles nnd teeth were thiiit weapons. The im- New Remedy That Removes Costs Nothing r-iere's'a chance. .Miss Freckle Face to try a ne.w remedy for freckles with the guarantee of a reliable ileuler that it will not cost you a-penny unless it re- moves .the freckles, while if it does give you a clear complex- ion, the expense is trifling. Simply set an ounce of othine double .1. D. Hig- onbothain 06. and one! night's treatment will show you how. easy it is to rid yourself of Ihe homely .freckles and get a beautiful complexion. Rarely is more thnn.ohe ounce needed for the worst 'caye. Be sure to ask for the double strength othine as mis is the only prescription sold under a guarantee'of money hack if it fails to remove freckles. J. IX -Iligiribotham R. Co., Ltd. j hiilancc corpis- found more than -me with his neck bitten 1 through tby some mad tribesman. Fighting for Life I ondon, Oct: concensus of opinion here is that the Turkish arnrv tindcr Nazlm Pasha, with its linefd'i i communication cut is now fighting [Or ils life and that of Salonica, incnaced I by the'--Greeks and Servians, in peril. I The Times believes the silence, Solti ihotit Adriatiople Indicates that flu iltnck delivered there has iaibd. I Ills ipparcntly is discounted by the To Cure Their Rheumalism I New Westminster, Tt.C Nov. I also. Irpm Rhcinnatuiii in the i whole of my 'hotly. J look I'.I.V and they cured me. ,Mv siXlcr in I 1 nKUnd states she is keeping hc'r bed Hci.itic.i and bear that iu.iny others in the sanie iicighboibooil are stilTeriiii; from the :nc trouble. I enclose cnie ask end to her address in Kehlj Enjrbimlas' iiiiuy for tin' money, mi.) haie nsVcllmy sister to try'oiN' I'luis and distribute W. K. lIRBNCUJjIJY. If yon can't the 'hemline GJX I I-II.LSin your neighborhood, wriic lis and ne will see thnl von are supplied imanpllv. J-vrry hoi is with a positive guarantee of satisfaction or money hack. joe. a bor, f, Sample free if you write National Drug and Chemic'nl Co. of Canada, Untiled, Toronto. J40 fact that Constantinople is bulletining victory after victory has nothing to sal about tins though it tells of bv Aayr Kr-i near Tiiiiovb in uhuh hoth sides lost heavilv I JJcspitthts ftoni the capltols in Ihc Jiilkau state's tell of tinspcnltaMc hi the I tirls accQi 1 ing to these stories, find themselves I louted In the men 01 the illicit inn 'ies have been-, .wreaking a .terrible i vengeance on aged n.-en, women and children Hhdt the Concert Did London, Oct. Tillies savs this morning "The concert ol IMI rope may not have averted a local war, but it has been successful in its endeavors to preserve peace on :he continent. France Militaire, the organ f the French general start has an article on the general European military situa- tion in which it concludes 'that nei- ther Geruraiiy nor Austria is prepar- ed lor the prospect war which mrn- ices Ktiropc. 11 says: "Germany t j having no intention and not wanting .such a war will probably prevail up- lon her ally to have the "wisdom not Ilo provoke it." i (.'Mr Congratulated Sen-la .London, Oct. of (he statement that the sent .1 message of congratulations to Kine I ctcr on the success of the .Servian arms has been received in official des- patches from- Belgrade. The ex.ict test of the message i' mil, given, but 0 -inenco to n Belgrade despatch an- nouncing King idler's receipt of the cxar s message. Not Time for Intervention Pans, Oct. 20.-T1IO Kc-ho De Park this inomliiB says: Poincarc had .a lomr confer ence yesterday 'will, ,swojskj l-ifaat Pasha, the Rnssim, and Turk ambassadors. Jle is of the mil that moment has come for'intervention." This journal also believes that Aus- li-ni is ncgoliatlns Indirectly win, gt. PeW-sbiiri-r, and also win, a view IP an understanding that will materially after, the first The'Battle Of Kirk Kllinseh Ho-rliii, Oct. -S.-AU account bv witness of the published the N-ouslo Xnchriehten of comes from member of Tied who went through Ilia fiKlil. lie dlspatcli- nd his messKge to a Osmian friend h.v smiiRBllug nio letter through the hoiimjuiinn post, The Kurds, linsbl Haxouks and Tar. I a rs, who fought win, the Turks in every way, distinguished themselves mere thai, UK Turks rcgnlara. It was they alone who enable the Turk- ish commanders to execute Ihe re- treat to iiuini.-hlssar, add to them also Key to Contest T (i Kesideiic .IP I'olloViiig- iioniiotiLion: Th nommauon making ]ioiii, sood for 5000 free votes. Only one each candidate. .Names of persons he divulged. was due irhinsl From .daylight; to. 5 JI.1U. on the the hcighig.of.-Kiri Finally, under a jSuc'c-cssioi; ets: from the .Turk. in general an Ottoman ictrci ire -tnd then th fin il rush -irtd i with i einel sictlfi the morn ng of 1 h i the rliihytmn utillj enln lo lip made niiotheri'figlit.Jn tli] 'ulftriaiia the fiuJ Poland Sq I ondon Ocl patch lo'thelDallv lor the first tin iHasion of liussii] the iihitoejglil int, us hetd nnill II of lock- Ithe f-bnt lake threatened', conflict between Austria and Unssia to free the 7'olish nation .from the 'hated liussiuli yokt. "While the eyes of Europe are, etcd on the battlefields of Tharcq and Macedonia, a great national move- ment is spreading in I'oliind. Its aim is to unite all the Poles In common action for the possible outbreak of and Atifi- hostilities bolwccn Russia "The Polish nation numbers 25000- 000. of whom are "Russian stihjncts, over Austrian sub- 'JOCls Balicia. and -I- 000.0110 Prussian subjects.. There I Poles The Information upon .which ihn I coi-respondeiu bases the is somewhat slim, heiiig. to the Hiat meetings all over Gnlleln, with-a view to revlvinfe larsjlhe differences existing between the different parlies In'-Poland, and be- iween thc Poles nnaVHuUieniaiu PHONE 471 Oul Au loi sn ul POST OFflCE BOX 91 5aper Specials i-ls: 'evlo Co. Soutk ;