Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
iiy, Dweniiw 1, 1911. TWF, DAILY HER A I HATCH FOR MAYOR J. M. AITKEN' W. J. ARMSTRONG J. R. ANDERSON L. ASQUITH A. J. BLACKBURNE STEVE BAJOS C. BEGIN JOHN HRODIE J. W. BAWDEN W.A.BLENNER-HAf-SETT E. A. 'CUNNINGHAM PERCY COPE H. C. CLARKE F. W. T. R. DAVIDSON A. M. C. A. DELANEY T. 8. DUNHAM E. A. EWART T. M. EVANS FRED FORD GEO. FARGO FHED GOW JAS. B. GIBBON C. W. GRAY M. B. GALLIVAN CHRIS. GIBSON ARTHUR HAYR E. J..HILL E. B. HILL F.. A. HART HAROLD HENDERSON J. D. HIGINOOTHAM J. W. HARRINGTON WM. HARDY W. H. JOHNSON L. M. JOHNSTONE SIDNEY JACKSON GEO. KERR T. D. KEVIN L..KEEL 'J. S. KiRKHAM E. KIRKHAM A. W. KRESS TOM.LONG W. MATTHEWS JI'M'AEL MOSCOVITCH J. L. MANWARING A. E. MORRIS A; I'. McKEi.VIE A. L. MoCUinE T. H. McCRE'AOY H. A, McKILLOP ALEX; McCULLOUGH W. j. NELSON ft. NIMMONS W. OLIVER A. OLSON J. B. PICHE JAS. F. PEAT A. C. PRICE A. RAFTON-CANNING E. U. RYLANDS A. ROCHON JAS. HOSE J. C. RUSK J. M. HEDING CHAE. HALEY J. G. ROBERTSON A. M. RITCHIE J. M. RITCHIE E. J. SEHL A. SOUTHARD GEO. SEAMAN M. S. STOVER S. J. SHEPHERD ROBT, SAGE J. F. SIMPSON D. A. SIMPSON C. H. TRAVIS P. W. TULLER A. WRIGHT F. L. WHITNEY H. WITHERS R. W. WALLACE C. K. WHITTAKER.: E. H. WILSON H. WHITMORE C. R'. YOUNG AND MANY OTHERS 'JAS. FISK FRANK'WADDINGTON By request of the above electors! am m the field for Mayor of the city of Lethbridge for 1912, and respectfully solicit your vote and influence 1. I am in favor of a direct, commission form of gvennnent in- cluding the Initiative, referendum and recall. 2. I am in favor of a municipally owned street, railway System .to be operated by the city, and to be built as soon as 3. In view of the fact that tho contracts for the various work -to v be undertaken by the city during the your .1912 have already .been let, subject to the money by-laws being confirmed by the rntepay- s pa December 11-th, I will use my bost efforts to see that the dif- ferent works nrii carried out us expedltiously -and economically as possible having due regard to the permanency of construction ana to the least inconvenience to 'the public. -i' 4. As I claim to be "the father" of the boulevard' system in the city of Lethhridge 1 can usanre, you that I will iu every way to biiild'up-a greater and more beautiful Letlibrldge.. u. I am heartily in favor of co-operating with the'-Board-of'..Trade in making the International Dry .Panning Congress-one great-success and thus secure an unprecedented amount of .publicity for -i.he'.Prbv- ince of Alberta "ami the City of Lethbridgc'in particular. (i. I will use my utmost endeavors to have all .public improve- ments completed before the date of the Dry Farming Cougress. 7. I am committed to a plan for a rii'dlal railway connecting Dia- mond City, Lethbridge Collieries, Royal Collieries and Chinook Col- lieries with the City of Lethbridge. 8. I am in favor of a subway under the C. P. H. tracks at West- minister road of sufficient width to accommodate Street Railway mid other traffic and to the readjustment of streets and alloys in N'orth Lethbridge to- conform a plan now lieing prepared in the City Engineer's office. S. 1 will-insist upon -efficiency in afl departments of-the city and for an equitable distribution of city works. Should you honor me by electing me to the office of mayor of the City uf Lethbridge for 1.3-12 I will devote my whole time and energy i to the best interests of the GEO. M. HATCH. Lethbridge, Nov. 28th, 1911 To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge LADIES QBNTLBMBN: I am a candidate for. ejection to your Council, Board for tlie vear UM2. I nsk your support on the following OAR SYSTEM: I favor tlie construction of the municipaliy-owned street car as already outlined, and its completion if pbssi- ble, in time for tlie International Dry Fanning Congress, 1912. OF1 TRADE: I favor doing everything possible for the extension of the "'Lethbridge wholesale and retail trade throughout Southern Alberta, and to this end, advocate taking steps towards the encouragement of :i RADIAL RAILWAY necting outlying towns with the City of LethbiTdgc. DRY FARMING C0NGRI3SS: I favor I he licauty co-operation of the Mayor and Council with the Uoanl of Trade in making tho International Dry Farming Congress a complete success so as to derive the full bnoHt of this Congress as a boosting feature for Loth- t bridge. IMPROVEMENTS: II favor carrying out In its entirety tlic excellent program for paving, sidewalks, park development, and other muni- cipnl improvements as laid out. by the Council of this pres- em. year and such extensions to this program ;a3 the. growth of tho city may make advisable, CROSSINGS: I favor ;in earlv aerecment with'The. Canadian Paciflo Hallway Conipnny for the adjustment of their grade with- in tlic city limits, in order that tho proposed WEST- MINSTER SUBWAY and other crossings which may he- come ueccBsnry, may be constructed with the'-lcast possible delay mid nt reasonable cost. GOVI'IRN'MICNT: I favor an economical management of the business of tho city, emploviiiE tlie most expert available howls of partnifiiita, and a careful consideration of the.form of COM- MISSION GOVERNMENT best -adapted to the needs of this growing city. If'elected, I pledge myself to net In the best IntereBts of t'pe CITY of LcthbridKe. I shall do my best to'bo tho actual 'representative of tho people; and, as r believe, the business of .this citv u a vlinl matter to every resident, I shall hold myself npen fl( all times to rocclvc suggestions, impart Information and discuss civic affairs with i" leiiow-rtitepuycrti. Fulthfully yoiH-H, U. .1. ,11. SKMlr To the Electors Of the City of Leth- bridge Having decided to become a. Candidate for the Council Board 1 respectfully solicit your vote and influence at the coming election. If elect- ed, the cit.y's interests will receive my best attention at all times, consjder tba-t my twenty-four years of Practi- cal Railroading qualified mo to deal in a competent ner with the various con- struction problems of tho city. As far as the general business of the city is con- ncnifld, I claim to ficient .business ability to give c'tv service. You already know my plat- form in, detail. If it- com- mends ilnolf to you I respect- fully -ask you to cns-f your vote for mo on tho 11th nf December. DIAMOND CITY BAPTISTS ACTIVE PASTOR GROOM PUSHING WORK TO HOLD SALE' t'ily, monil City hnuss bund hold u most imrotinii; ixi Friday last., when it was decidc-d' (o invite fiirttn-r iiiiplicaiions icir Tuitinn will br.' frtT to porsuvci'ing learners, anil lo inlern.sted. persons enjoyable I'vcninu-s ensured. sliould ho ixide lo flic bandnia.stur, .1. II. firccn, Ifi 'Clark 'liue. or lo Ilic lioii. Sw., Pastor. Oruom, Hold Diainonrl.'Tbo band la.'! jnst .soinc splc'iuiid inusic. At Hie' Diainoiul Haptist cluircli al interesting niccling will be Iiclcl n U'edncsdny, when in virw (if oplllin iKsion, the sniijcct al the Own, at S o'clock, will bo "On fin lor Ooil." Discussion iiniteil. Hrighl inilsiu, elc. Thiirsiiay is symnasUc night al the Doling PcoiUc's Union at 8.15 p.m. jv.'liort! ail yomic; men and yonnp; jniOTi may .secure a jolly ovening. i.ast Sunday ovpninp the first Com- munion Service was held at Iho Bap- tist church, nnil for ilic future will lit "hold the Crsi. Sunday ovening in cadi month. Tin- Pnptlsl, Olmrcii l.ailios' Aid meets til Hotel Diamond on Wed- nesday at ;i p.m. for ihe. purpose of nrriiiiRiiii; a pantry ralo. -Ail ladies are inrilcd. Misre lo be some, mfaappro- nslon about Iliu Manitoba boundary and Premier Koblin will probnbly hnvo I0 attend another con- fp.rejice at Ottawa. To The .Etortors ofthc City of Lethbrfdge -HavfllR Jit. Hie rcquoflt of ninny rate- decided to offer myself us a fnr school trustee Hi the- coming olecllon, I Veapeclfully solicit, your vote and infhiem-e. If clectotl I will dfsohnrgfi tlio rlulics of tin; posl- liM In Ilic bent of my nliillty. .1. NELSON. EMPEROR OF INDIA AT BOMBAY King George Lands And Receives Great Welcome From Populace Bombay, Hue.. (ieorge and Qiioen-EmsH'ess Mary as thoy arc diJlclHlly styled Binc-e their arrival In tiiolr eastern empire, landed at four o'clock today from thu steuiner Modina at tile quoy at Ap- ollo Dundoi1. .-They by tho governor of Bombay and a large ga- thering of high officials of the civic and military nervlce. OKOTOKS RANCHfcK COMMITTED SUICIDE Okotoke, Alta.. Dec. Molliulew, a well known rancher of, 'MiHarviiifl, connniUod suicliio here! ;uie morning in the Central: Hoiol hy blowing the toj) of his1 with n nhot gun. He dlsclisrKed both huri'Bla alld death Inslun-: Uvneoiis. .'Mr. Melhidew was a well1 tnown horseman. Jle arrived from iis ranch 'last night and registered it. the UrniKl Central. Me had hoen acting Etrangoly and1 it had been de-! cided-to ,'tftke him to a hospital or sanit.ariiim. 'He. WHB unmarried and Is said to. have had large income. Xo new academicians were elec'tct] at the annual meeting of the Royal i Canadian Academy, Toronto, but nix' associates, or A.R.C.A.'s, were cho-3- j en. Lethbridge, Alta., Nov. To the Electors of the City of L'elhbridffs: LAMBS-.AND GENTLEMEN: Having' decided. olTer myself us a can- did lite I'or o I col ion as alddrman of the City of Lolhhridfi'e, 1 res-: pecl.'fully solicit your vote, a.nd mfliieiicc. 1 am' heartily in. favor of carryijio- out the policy of improve- ments as outlined by the present Civic Council, and having them complete'd with n.s little delay as pos- sible. In addition, .1" am ipi favor of ha vino- all lighting and tele- phone wires laid 1111- 'der ground especially in the central portions of the City and on Thirteenth Hi, North. l.f elected my ser- vices will at all times be fit the disposal of (he ratepayers of the City of Lethbridge. Your obediently. Lethbridge, Nov. To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge LADIBS AM.) GENTLBMKtf! At the request of a kimo number of tlio of the city I have onlernd tho munlciijal field us cawlldnte (or the neat for 1MB. J solicit your vote. and nsk tor your support, on Dfltc. Jlth. on following grounds: 1. 1 advocate straight. commigHion form of- niont. Including Initiiitivo, ref- erendum and recall. Tho New City Charier, now drafted, lo ho mib- niiticil to the ratepayers lie- fore beinj; presented -to the legislature. 2. I advocate a street railway ami operated by the city, .to.be Ituilf and put in-operation us noon us possible. 3. I advocate a .subway :u (he crossing of Wool min- ster Road between North and South Lethbridge. -1. I advocate the instal- lation of an efficient filtration system, extensive enough'to insure an adequate supply of pure w'ater for the cit'y's needs. 1 am in favor more efficient and systematic scavenging service, for the protection of. the public health and cleanliness of the city. (i. r am in favor of street 'paving, the extension of the city's sidewalks and boulevards, and the Improvement oE our highways, as conditions will justify. 7. I am in favor of completing all public works and improve- ments undertaken .by the city In the speediest and most systematic manner, thus securing the-greatest economy in operating expense and the least inconvenience to tho 8. I-am in favor of the Mayor and City Council cooperating" with the Board'of Trade and Citizens in an earnest endeavor to boost Lethbridgo by making the Dry Farming Congress of 1911! the moat successful ever "held. In conclusion I will stile that If elected on Dec..Uth r pledge myBclf to give-a stiuare deal to all parts of the city, to administer, the city's affaire in a business like way, and to stand at all to advocate auy policy which spells for tile .City of Lcthbridg-e; _. Yours to command, A, B. STAFFORD, Lethbridge, Nov. 30th 1911 To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge LADIES AND GENTLB.MBN: As 1 bare been requested by a large of ratepayers of the city 1 offer myself as a candidate for election to your Council Board for 1012, and respectfully solicit your vote and influence at the election. If It be your desire to elect me, it will be my aim to devote suf- ficient of my time-and study to -the administration of civic affairs, to .the furtherance of the many good enterprises already eat a bite lied by the present Council, to 'the careful expenditure of the public monies, to the making the International Dry Farming; Congress for the coming year most successful yet and to whatever' tends to tho upbuilding and making of 'the City ot( Lethbridge, as whole, the model city of the West. Yours respectfully, JAMES AIRD. -J William Oliver here -Oh December lUh, 1012 and oblige Yours faithfully, W, OLIVER Lethbridge, Dec. To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge LA DIES AND GENTLE Al EN: 'Having heon nominated .for Alderman for 1912, I iilcdge you, if elected work FIRST. OAST, AND ALL, THE TI51B, and all the time in the .interests of City of Lethbridge, not for- Sotting the judicious and'.cafeful expenditure of your.money in car- rying on is works. OLD TIMERS, VOUNG TI.MBRS, Kindly make an J) 1ST. CYPRIAN'S PARISH CHURCH Great interest is being- manifested by the children of the Sunday school of tlia Parish 'Church of Si. Cyp- rian in the frvrthooming Christmas entertainment. Kcti-oarsals are in ac- tive progress for ;tlie various playlets and tubleinia wliich will "produced" .for the edification of their phrcnts and friends. The "popular rector, Rev. f'finon McMillan is- supervising the practices. _. A Atop ill the consolidation of tho a small wny.il.Is has been taken by- iiupoHntonManL of St. Cyprian's Sunday scbonl. Hith- erto it has been customary to, obtain tho weekly panel- diatrllftited ,to the chUtlren from -the United States, yesterday No. 1 of "Our a paper produced by the Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge -of London, England, was placed iii the hands of the scholars. It. is-a bright and instructive paper, and the news portion will cover tlie wtHjU the Empire. A feature oCniiKe' number is young scrlpUve of the life f" pas St. Cyprian ing splendid pro prlmnry "ld class. Vniy to clean ind rtuicfc.