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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page? -LETHBRIDGK DAILY HT3RAIM5 December 2, HATCH FOR MAYOR J. M. AITKEN W. J. ARMSTRONG J, R, ANDERSON L. ASQUITH A. J. BLACKBURNE STEVE BAJOS C. BEGIN JOHN BROD1E J. W. BAWDEN W.A.BLENNER-KAr.SETT E. A. CUNNINGHAM PERCY COPE H. C. CLARKE F. W. DOWNER T. Ft'. DAVIDSON A. M. DOWSLEY C.' A. DELANHY T. B. DUNHAM E. A. EWART T. M. EVANS FRED FORD GEO. FARGO FRED GOW JAS. B. GIBBON C. W. GRAY M. B. GALUVAN CHRIS. GIBSON ARTHUR HAYR E. E. 3. HILL F. A. HART HAROLD HENDERSON J. D. HIGINBOTHAM J. W. HARRINGTON WM. HARDY W. H. JOHNSON L. M. JOHNSTONE SIDNEY JACKSON GEO. KERK..... T. D. KEVIN L. KEEL J. S. KIRKHAVI....... E, KIRKKAM A. W. KRESE TOM LONG' W. MATTHEWS ISRAEL MOSCOVITCH 'J, L. MANWARING c, MCLEAN A, E. MORRIS A. L. MeKELVIE A. L. McGUllIE T. H. McCP.K'ADY H. A. .McKILLOP ALEX. McClilLLOUGH H. WIMMONS' 01 A. OLSON J. K. t'ICHE .'AS. F. PEAT A. C. PHICE A. RAPTON-CANNING E. U. P.YLA.MDS. A. ROCMON JAS. ROSE J. C. RUSK J. M. REDING CHAS. RALEY J. G. KOEJERTSON A. M. RITCHIE J. Mi RITCHIE E. J. SEHL A. SOUTHARD GEO. SEAMAN M. S. STOVER S: J. SHEPHERD ROBT. SAGE K. J. SKEITH J. F. SIMPSON' D. A. SIMPSON C. H. TRAVIS P. W. TULLER R. A.. WRIGHT r. L. WHITNEY H. WITHERS R. W. WALLACE- C. K. WHITTAKER E. H. WILSON H. WHITMORE C. R. YOUNG AND MANY OTHERS By request of above electors 1 am in Ihe held foi ot IheCin of Leihhi idoe lot the year ;iiul' respect fully-solicit. MY PLATFORM: mid moreUeaiil iful Lc ililii idae Liliiieiin in .ill depni tiueni-s. Vigorous prosoe.iitioYfnil1 contraeK planned and 1 following grounds: 1. I- advocate, straight commission, form of govorn- nicnl. Including Initiative, rof- eronduin and recall. ..The New city Clmrioiv now belllR ilrnftcil, to bo sub- .mllWto Illo ratepayers be- fore being presented io the legislature. 2. 1 advocate a street ralhv.iy system, owned anil operated by tllo city, Io be built and put In operation us soon as possible. 3. I advocate a an'nway at the crossing of Westmin- ster Hoad between North and South 4. I advocate the Instal- lation of an efficient fill ration system, extensive enough 10 insure an adoquat-a supply ofN pure water for tho city's needs li. I am In favor of a more efficient anil systematic scavenging service, for Ilic protection of the nubile-health and cleanliness ot the city. 6. I am in favor of atreet the extension ot the city's sidowalks and boulovunds, and the improvement of our highwayi as conditions will justify. 7. I am in favor of competing all public worlts and Improve- ments undertaken by the city in the speediest systematic manner, thus securing the greatest economy in operating expense and tile least inconvenience to tiie public. S. I.am'in favor of the Mayor and City Council co-operalluit with the Board of Trade and Citizens In an earnest, endeavor to boost Lethbrldse by making the Dry Farmine Congress of 1912 the most successfuLevorlheld. In conclusion I will state that if elected on Doc. nth I pledca myse f to give a square deal to all parts of the city, to administer the city's affairs m n business like way, and to stand at all times to. advocate any policy which snells P-li-O-O-K-E-S-S for the CItv 1 Yours to command, A. B. STAFFORD. Lethbridge, Alta., Nov. To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge: LADIES AJfD GBNTLEA1EX Htn ing decided to oUci self as a cin- didale foi clec tion ,ts aldeiman ol tlie Oitv ol LcUibi idpc, I les- pcrtlnlly sohf it, oiu AOte and influcnre I am lieaitily in favoi oi causing out, the pohcv of Jinpiovc- incjils us ouflined by flic picseul Gnu C'OIIIH il, and liaMiio Iliem compleled is hide delay as pos silile In addition, 1 am in ot ing all lighfmg and lele nl the disposal ol he i.ilcp PIS ol the fliln idee Von i ohedienlly, JJ.ONKL AHUL'ITH Lethbridge, Nov. 30ih 1911 To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge LADIES AND QBNTLE'SifiJN: As I have been requested by a large number of ratepayers of the city I offer myself as a .CM'iidale for election to your Council Board for 1912, ami respectfully.solicit your vote.and influence at the coming A be your desire to elect me, it will be my aim to devote suf- ficient of and study'to this administration of civic affairs, to tile furtherance of the many good enterprises already established by the ..present Council, to the careful expenditure of the public monies, :to the making -tile International Dry Farming Congress for the coming year the moat successful yet held; and to .whatever tends to tile upbuilding; and making of the City of. Lcthbridgo, as model city of the West. Yours respectfully, JAMBS "AIRD. To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge On being requested by il number of .the rate payers of tire City: of Lethbridge to reprosent them 'for the 'years 19i2-in iis Al- derman, 1 have decided to, if the "majority: pf'.tlio" ratepayers place their cross by my name on Election Day. If I am elected Alderman' 1 will give the best that is in me to serve the people of tho City of Lethbridge. I shall do-everythlng In my power to make 'th-a iJry Funning Congrewa u grciit success. 1 shall also try and have the street cam running for the Fair of 1812. I shall do all In my'power -to extend trade in .overj; senEfi of. the will In my power to aid in the paving'of'tiie streets 'as soon as also boulevards and other municipal improvo- 'nients that in my niind should be carried out. as fast as.possible. belief [8 that a mib-way should be placed at Westminster crosa- ing without should be tha full width aa {his road will be oilr Main street in Ihe llear future. I believe firmly in Single Tax. I .believe in Commission form of Government of the right kind. If elected I will stand for what I think Is right In the best, intereslji of tho majority of the ratepayeis of'.the City of IJofhbrldge, In spite of everything. For 1 believe that ithe ojily-perfect and genuine sys- tem to run our Cify is Hint which comprehends every living being, and a good representative should love all every in- dividual'of'niankinfl; and troubles of all kind continue imd proBresa be hindered until we muk-a the feelings of 'confidence and affection universal. To do this our Legislature must lake the course of >harlng the burdens -and th-e responsibilities and pleasures, tho joys and privileges which life pfrerj to all human beings of clvilizcdvsoclety. We are .brothers in a single house. .Is it wise that, we Is It .profitable that struggle to. out-do each other? No H child can see that, wisdom lira in cooperation, in confidcnne .and Hffection. must, help one another and remove strife froni our mldsi, for prosperity and progress in a community t depend on human co-operation. Instead of always punishing an evil we shuhl removo the cause and the effect will dlsap- par of its own accord. Dear people, these ar-a a few outlines of my views. However, should there be any misunderslandlug here or should any one desire to bear more from me I; will give me. pleasure to meet any of this ratepayers at. any time or In any place and explain anvlhing thev to the be-.tt of my ability. 'TniBtlng to have the support of the ratepayers, I beg Io remain, Yours truly, tiKOHOK W.Yl! H BED, Kver hear what a woinaii .who does j No luaii .should slay out nlghls i-n- not'ralsc boHle thinks ,to wrar'nut' his lotlgc iinlfoiU of the woman who docs? jor full dress suit. ;