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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. Den'mbor 3, 1913 THE LEtllHRIIKJK Page 3 Steps loo High on Street Cars J iuijjeclor. 'Hiere Is ulro a j nicnt pas nieler inspector. Think mlgbt myler testing KfOJD Froi.t ilistrirt cyjld In- clean. I wltl ilic Juip I fcibly toiild ilio McArlliur "i ain for a clvnn vily, will suppurl Iho clilof conimls- slouer In iijimt-Ojrttoly tut In forte." Tliat uioliou carrlld by tin- lilu councti, and a uhlch :s on tl.o Looks. J-'ruyiK1 Advocate it. (dries con- 5tables iht- lu deuiaod any load telni; go furtll-.v nu-J weisiliiiiK meats and gro- frulu sturt-.s -McArlliur- i UelKive tliat t OLIO should set they pay (ur, and if nao of Hie- titv scales ia the only May uf it, 1 would st-e lliat tKt-y aro put into uix-ialloii. certainly do. 'Jrat't- liavcu't looked Into Ibe but thiiil; wi- tho'jli] get full w'.ipht for uJut ue buy. I 'KO'.ild. Tlilnk bylaw resardius weights and measures should be strictly enforced. I undrstdnd they are In ojjcration. Coal U now the-'C. I', ft. Thev whl give any pur- chaser, a weight certificate. To forco ,1 Healers to weigh :il -tne city scales would increase the price o? auswtr Uj that iCElion'iP l_lip Fame as Mr.-Hamil- ton' i have it." New York they liivo sliding Btep to lower when :lnk it could bo arranjed here." don't know It It would practical. Am prepared to Ivice on the matter." especially In view of atbroTiated akirta of the pretent Think Jt could bo lower on rs: A rigid step, lower those prc-sent, -would be a dangerous not only for iffjc, but It sliding step could bo ranged'would It ,Hive ippre- ..ted since I came back to tlie city iw lilgli Uie steps really are. platform is now 33 ches above the'street level. It: la ,rd to tatq this in'two uteps. The are the usual stile, it would be. to nili a lower step, but present Blep might lowered to or 14 Inches, and another step set 'at tWj top. I cannot see any way comd be do no. Adding a" lowsr jp irodld rot bo feasible. QuMtlon No. 3 _ There to b> ity In the raiding of you be In favor of city appointing an Intpeotor of gas prwenl reaijr riuld bo made gas inspector. meter might e eacb user a Blip showing reading :h mouUi. so that may check i what he has used. far u eifeotric Don't think tue mon with lawn.should expect Uie little ray. certainly do. Give us citan water anil instal meters. N'J clirapcr water for lawns. do.. I am in favor ol aug- menting the present'supply by a loiv- litt sjElem and. water lower at Hen- derson Lake; but think subway should not: he far behind.' As for awns, people are not paynis on an even basis now. Favor the meter ab- ove all, which would remove the dif- ficulty. pure water Is Ihe first thing yc should, tackle: The water rates for lawns Is something out of my department, but if there is auy way to give lower rates to make tho city more beautiful, 1.would favor Its adoption. wo'should have art this improvement before, now. Fav- ..r Increasing our plant to give increas- ed efficiency np to such a point tliat present rates would Just meet nil the expenses of tho plant, without leaving a surplus. If It will allow us to make out utilities pay. Thai Is the first consideration. t Question Before opening up and disposing of any of the'plots In the remain- ing three-quarters' of the cerr.e- tery, would you be In favor, 'arranging the plan so as to aljoW'1 for beautlllotlon? docidcdly. We should respect tbe dead. would, and would favor the co-operation of tha'ladles rying out tba plan; Money Spent Was Voted by Citizens [Coiiiinnrd from (rant ly on llie t platloriu, tlie others had seen tho imiircsr-ion raadf, and followed his example. In explfitn- the system as pro.msed by bini. Mr. Pearson said that he would uso the [ircseiu syatein for the distribu- tion ot filtered water from stand' as resorvolrs, to tlie dwellings. He ivo'Jld Imve an 'entirely separate and disiinci system for the supply of water for use in tigtitfug flush- ing the streets and watering the boule- vards. la Iho latter case be would uso Henderson Park lake us the reser- voir. Me attributed tlie present-con- dition of the Tvater mains in larjje asufj Lo the presence of tlie lire jMr. Atkin Goes _ After the Mayor (Cottijiwil from irtiut Cirls are ty lo go on UK- jud Uu-lr waged.1 K he ivi'i found u i Dial in IJ.: bridge he iiu'-iM tht- boycott. I Sinai) oH-t'Aork. J 1 :ind lark of arv coutribn" lory lu '' nit- u pretty girl of agfc who m-vvr with and I'll nay hr-r fart tn England and n-ake JlOOl" Oil lln- tloa.1. tpruo of tlseir lU-sli Ot-pecfls nu j and condition. "EJghiy-fivo pet- cent. prosperity, but we have paid dearf; for he concluded. Unsafe Not to Spend ayor wetit over ground very bricfty, lie had abforb ed. he about all the cold tficr -Aas In Lethbrldge, and hTs physlca condftlon would not warrant a Ho dcfcnrlcd the ai mlnlslrattpn in a feiv- bright word It had been accuGtd of being Ui means of "broakins the city." "1 snr pose we bad a hand In Raid ho 'but 1 anvconjing back to redeem the rate that the cities, and overs thing in fienernl was going tri tli Whooping Cough WTHHA i COUGHS COI.W re Troup at ItJiaBOOS t was In 1911. my ahseuce in c past, just afijr my election. Hie uncil voted a resbluliou to pay me as a salary, in my capacity as ayor. and 1 -will leave it to you wiie- er I took it or not." Mr. Adams vered -briefly the-water and finance similarly in other lo what lie had and dealt In comprehensive with the tax te problcrii, that he -thought e city could be f a. year having' the raid twice an- of morals which lets a man go .cot free. "If didn't ilie sup- ily wouldn't exist. Us only when la segreaatiou that there is scope 'or white slavery." "I'm not an extremist. I only ask :liat the laws' protect our women and iradts unionist alio declared for an S- hour day. A it mic that a man can't get a civic job ntiless related to gome one with :i pull Mr. have Go (Laughter.) candidate iK-claieU in favor of doluK all work possible by city labor ami keei> the money in the city. Mr. you know that outsiders got tlic on buildinglhe street and asked if Mr. At- i "would enforce a preference to lo- cal labor. Mr. bet I will." Commissioner Tracy WLS few humps by men in the audience, and a local manufacturer went ntter lleiii and Hamilton [or sending to Montreal for supplies. When the Herald man left all sorts of economic iiuesUons were beinp. raided whicli Mr. Aikiu deprecated ys asitle from the issue and invited ually. In closing Mr. AdamsJsatd: n electing your commissioners on onilay, vota tor the m'jn von link.will work together for tie hesti terests of the city. It is'nol'soii'ii; o bo a one mati job to make the com- lisslpn form of tovernment a sue- 05 s. I have served for eight ears, and if you think I caii sin- ter the city's affairs to. tlie good 11, give me your vote, aud if you do ot, I don't ask for it." What About The only question that Mr.' Adains called upon to answer, came from ear of Hie audience, _ surprise. It was: ait ou going to do with Tracy, if elect- Mr. Adams said that he co'.ild o nothing with Mr. Tiacy, even if e would, as he was under a three- car contract to serve, the city, lie ,-as of the opinion that there were iound to be manufaclmes here In ime, owrog to the. grjat deposits of oal in the district, but he was of tlio opinion that no eastern manu- acturer would locate here until Iho had a larger population than it las nt the present Ume, or until tountry sanoamlins lhe Vl'aB more thickly so that malni- would r.ot be compelleo'-to go outside in order to'reach the con- sumer, i Something About Everything Mr. Hamilton admitted that he was up against the wall so far as giving the voters anything new was concern- ed, hut lie did not prove Ms statement, and proceeded lies topics est ol tlie aurtlenco throughout He thought they ha'l nbout where lo children." Mr. Atkin dwelt at some leu alluring .advertisements placed in :wspapers- which were a trait of the white slayer, and related ihu btory of a woman now. living in LithbriJge who was trapped by :i rancher in Cal- gary who.enjoye.i, he the' jini tection of the police. "If toleration is to be swept out "we have got to enforce the law.'1 "I have appl.osy for attacking to "take a crack at me." nli on] Mr. J. T. Kuglteh presided. Mayor Handle.- He admits slvi.jg or- lSKn.tarj. Frrnie, U., K. Irvine- l Co., is'ron- K.a dcrs to Hie police to tolerate llie seg- ibiougli sirtucss. rezated Owinf; to a rock slide the REMARKABLE ESCAPE FROM ASY- diagram shows iiow Mrs. Co.odn-jn. a iiatienf at the Insane HI nnde her from that institution. She tou-erctl her-' self, from her room en the second storey Ly inecins of sheets hnotted to- gether. WrJ.-n u-itfiln sevpn fcc-t of the grouTiij tlie slitots parted cud she feH Mr. Atkin into statistics and 1 jjjQupug Hyer was ilctniliE'l about [breaking her arm. She was discovered asserted tliat tliere were fifty nrosti-11Ka harts.' The slide occurred he-i shortly alter wandering the'streets. Es'in Lelhbrldge and thirty "fcing twnn Bonncr's Kerry I Tile anniversary dinner by the You to segvegnte the i ladies of the Methodist church What about the men? them Tuesday cicriing was a great success. Fcrnic hospilal Saturday, November 39th, Ellen Nora go free lo the seeds of RUli defilement." "If you want to regulate prostitu- tion put the men there as as the "There is an absolute remedy pro- djd by law. Enforce the Continuing, Mr. Atkin scored Mr. Vilson for hiding behind Dr. Lover- ng'a negative answer wiien question' for several min- which, held the inter- and -didn't After going over the water, avinvray, light and finance couple lit on the local CM'.11.-train for algary iloiulay morning. A miner .named Kdtvard McCarthy MS seriously a( Coal Crrck being struck willi a fallen timlicr. ic was removed to the iiospital. lu Jmigc Whimsier's couif zmus are very popubr iu Macleoil or hat thero. is not by any means an alarming scarcity of money. On Saturday evening scarcely (wo score of people attended tho second ectnro. in the aeries of university'ex- tension lectures by Cecil Scott iiur- gess, professor of archllecture in thU University of Alborta, on the subject of arcWteclure. These lectures have txen arranged by the. department of exter.alon of the University of Alberts lint, so far they have not been extra well allend'cil. Hinglnm! Brolhera 'are at present bulliling a'large opeialr rink1 for the uso of.the skaters.and iiockcylsts 'of Maclpoil. A large por- tion nf the enclosure has already Ijeen thrown up so (but it will lu a short lime ue ready for SUPPLIED ARMS TO THE STRIKERS Trinidad, ('ol., lice. Ul- ich, president p! Iho union of the United Mine Workers of America, last night (OnfeRSftd mil ilfiry commission to'having supplied strikers at Linllow tent colony with arms ami amannition on Oc'-oTjor 27; 1913, the clay proceeding tho fight at In which UDO man was kill' The Whisky ;