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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta rsflay Dt'oeinlM'V 1, Iftlli Till-: LKT l'. 11AILV IIKKAL1) Page 5 fifl M RURAL MUNICIPALITY -41" HAVE BIG FIELD TO LECT FROM [LIVELY CLASH AT CAMPAIGN MEETING! From FfOit limi Island. LJec., for mayor wore: A. I', bulmaso anj I-'. W. l.uikhardt for co'Jiicillois were (1 to be ckctcd) 11. E. Beat- lie, J. W. litid, K. W. Hurlbul, K. K. Uilltnot, M. llMlton und Cotton .lur ii-luwl trustees, 0. II. Bell, llcorgc lirute, Frank Hut- II. Smith, II. 11. Uoberlsiui, V. VY. llinlbul. Mr. Sutlon, was not "liable lo run and W.' Hurlbut luis'viilhduwn. Tlir.ce aic to -be In the iioliiinaliutis lor Ihe ruraj nitiniciualily of liow island So. 95 (he uerc commuted l (u lo he George limcf, U. K. Slaiisun, J. W. Campbell, A. An- Klroin, K. J. llcuuerson, 11. 1- SfUinerl, K. II. llcjjuin, J. K. Still, Walter faincll, J-W. Ilidgiiin, Tliom.ib Hums. N'or.e have withdrawn hut Messrs. ('aswcll Anstroin lould noi qualify foe positions owiny io ll.eir taxes At Hie close Iho Slayoi haa u lltlle lill u-llh .Mi. W. M. 1'ecLlcs, who was Ihcru apparently with the objtel of making .Mr. Hurdle ai.olojku for i-aiijng Win H "asrn fool" at the M. u. K. h-tjl n'.H-liiij; ou Monday night. Mr. 1'ct-bks (ho bond statement, given hiui ut Ihe cily lull, showing lhat lliu v'Jrchacc was of lUo SiMi-ars issui1. whi-n. Us reality, Ihey were- for ten years. The ilayoi look- ed al the doriuiifiit llut tliero waa a mistake. Tlu-u don'l you chink." said Mr. Peebles "tliat as llrssl citizen o! IxMh- bridgv, >ou calling 11 damn fool iu j me cm apology for ineel- Mr. II Hit. paid he didn't use the word said "darn fool." Mr. Pteljks Insisted Ihul an apology was forthcoming, and tho Mayor did tho graceful, sayluj; ''Mr. Trebles. I humbly aiiOlosiEe for usln; the re- uiark 1 did." -Mr. 1'eebles had other nucslioiis to auk, but Iho crowd ivere not willing to let liim, and he did not Insist, not j In all fairness lo Mr. Wilson. Il musi l.cinr paid. Several of savo utterance lo in tliis district arc ilissatiifird wilhjuo statement that could bo construed ihe way (he busii.ess lias been liand-'ias I'-erronal, or In any way a reflex- led liuriin; Ihe past'year, and o" yonc. Ho-was tho first working hard to a new council speaker, and repealed his mllcisniR in. 'of thu high high tax rate A lively wns hail at Fertile boacl Ms slven n Plains, where Ihe nominations for hearing, but it was uppar- linral .Municipality oi Forty Mile al lhat he did nol-hiire the took place yesterday. Fonrlcrn of tbo majority In his arsu- nominated for the positions of coun- ment. -.Mr. Wilson's remarks beinK with only sis to he elected, so mild, the Mayor's loco caused I'll? following were nominated and all [some surprise, but it was probable Nave, qualified (or the position. John lhat his Worship did not intend them Kit, ,li. .M. llanna. 'J. the [nveclivo apparent on llruiar, -Mulloy, Cames X.ilho surface, in closing his address tibson, H. T. l-2liord, A. K. Barnes; j ho said he.bore uo ill-feeling to Mr. A'csiey .Squires, .1. Sheirs, K. C. .Wilson or any other inan. jff, T. II. Wilder anil T, 31. :isked Ihe chair to leave This will be a very lively Jlr. Skcilii out of Iho Issue the May- as the peoplf in the different or said: 'This gentleman' is n vrartn arc nil wurkiiu; lo get n'admirer of Mr. Skelter iKrtlinks lie iun elected. 0[ iiriiiniesl men in ilia Harold K. Beat lie lelt for Talcr'ciiy. Mr Skeith Is-'so eslraordinary on business in .connection with .that no two men In' tho city'could be ..s ollke as bailifi. [0 ast; jo rnn'for commi3sion- Miss Klone left lor a visit i cr Coiillmiins, ho charged Mr. skclili wittj business" al Uie coun- and using for "an f outside cli'iuc and'not for'iilo' city ori o (irand ...oiks. last night, -lie will return alter. Chnslmas rlidays. Joiiiism. c-il on a trip to iilarto last nigh Uhicago and Ws or C01 u n, st-.l to lit the streets as iurl liRht in tbe principal Ibis M inter. Tbe work is iu iiarge of Mr. .Johnson from .Medicine 1 llurd is on rip to liethbridf'C-. eJ which In opinion was se.innl- ins wlt" the fllturc crcdk tllc (jit.v- i Ho Iliought tavefi could bo reduced business j I'lvcBllgaiioii and tion. He favorer] due publicity, biit K. H. lieguin has rc.signcd his posi- 1 DDl which knocked- the city. on as agent ot the. Ogilvie Milling Deprecated tho announcemenl that o at Winniiied. aril has returned Island. l.ackciiby. chief ui polite al How is busy at the present time Ihere were 177 vacant hcuECs in the j cily. There may number of shacks and houses that are not mod-' ern vacant. j the cf-nsus of tilt town. In concluding Mr. Wilson Enid: II. superintendent of "Think tho matltir over very ?cri-1 ic North West Drilling Co., left lasl- i.onsly. and on the Sth o! Dercnilicr yht ior a visit to Victoria, H. U., .forget everything but the interesl i ter which lie nill return to his Una city of Utlihridge, r-nd vote first; 'ine in I'.-irkerbhurg, W. Va.. for tho! choice for the three, men you" think inler. U'n hope lo .we him hack- best qualified' lo serve llie'ciiy, and; spriny._ He accompanied I eseiclsii your judgtnenl in vot-I inr the oilier choices." Mr. II. B. :.McAllhur with crenilable fluency, nr.d repeated his. j address outlining his career !ing his policy. He was sarcastic at j thV evj.ense of the "noblo sevenleen of collosal and created some fun which was enjoyed hy the rrowd. Mr. McArthur was given a Joilon, Mass., grr.cious Jjcaring, and was well recciv- j these plrn-cs should dc-led. :red Mayor ritzgcrnld, after he! Mr. Grace, w-ho waa received'with d completed early today a lour o! considerable a'p-ilnusc. "also spoke hours among cheap lodging hrielly, and told a funny story which similar to the Arcadi.i, where] was appreciated. !lo promised to nicn were killed in yesterday i Sivc- all hi.i lime to the and re- rpH ferring lo the business men's com- "Hie toiidltious continued the.! inlllec, said, "They do not claim col- are slmmclnl.. It is Ihe duly Iosai inMiecls. but Ihcy'aro seven IFiri.cily to c.irc tor tfcfic itnfnr- ialos, who arc tnrccil .ccs lor their lodging." sucli 'Iho Well .Selector! Sold al this capRrta'tlv Ihe chfldren. You 'al- ways tnidt tlifc frcsli Ipblfi of a clilTU to know good meat. Thai's v.-hy Uff-y all Hko OUKK. THE LETHBRIDGE MEAT MARKET Phone 635 John Murphy, Prop. 5th St., opposite Sherman Theatre after Oct. 3Ttt. teen wf most progressive and re- speoleri men in the city, and "I con- :tr il an honor lo have their sup- port In (his fApplause.) Alderman Williamson, who suffer- ed from a scvcro hoarseness, spoke j briefly, outlining FRY'S Gocoa-A Gracious Stimulant Not only is FRY'S a rich and delicious food beverage, but it possesses to tie full that mysterious, elusive but very desiraule. ''spirit of cocoa1' which scientists call 4j a quickener of the brain and nervous force, with no unpleasant jj. after-effects. Exquisite in aroma, of sure purity, easy of is tlic result of nearly two centimes' experience in high-grade cocoa making. 3 Remember "Nothing Will Do But Particular Grocers Sell It Trade Supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver, Victoria es as as 1 can. example ho is to the young." A nice tion of tho victims. He.safd, however, lhat he would favor a twiice coinmEs- Iio were ns good as any] Worship saitl thnl of ;hc otficrs, and Ijclter as a business j there wcro serious st'orjes afloat re- He as -he caiitlidatc o( the Dieting cit -Mr, dtic] If they Xortli w'crc "o( lruo (L petuHnr thai claim fairly Mint Uial settlor] of BCntlc-mnn illrtn't have a word to city is cnUttvrf to rcpresentallon on I" refutation. Ho must know that (he commission." Mr. ;trc around. lie should paid thai no commissioner, coiild rJP In his dignUy and tho -work and attcnil thorn or bury iilmsclf in a hole. It is (o his Outy. 'up to him to tell the people tliat they "If Arthur Held Is solng lo stay In the house, then I admit he la Continuing Mr. liardie spoke on the a better man than I nin, K The social evil al some antl said he huslricss of tho cily, la to-he-looked [did nol liellcvo that Alkln had read after I think I am hctterf qualified Ihe reports of commissions he claim- than eitlirr.he or Mr, Hamilton." Hlr Preacher Friend Mf. Hardie. fifter Ihe oncnlng flurry with chair. Raid that half An hour was not to deal with the ed to have read, for some them viCHi not extant. M Mr. Ha'rdio then made n pica for consideration o: the fallrp --woman slpn and Ihe of the tow. In conclusion, his Worship said thai ho had no III fcelilng towards Mr, on, and 110 prudge against, any He ivas lordly cheered by hip fcl- lowcrs In resuming hid scat. TO HELP THE HELPLESS Montreal, bee. bcftn formed here for tho imrjiosc of raising funrls for the iMief of hnlp- Itss women and children, who through no fault of their own have been left [rf-imUcss and In a state of want Hi ranch the Dnbltn strikothal hag. been eoing on now for some lime. Many ntomiRent cUlzens are Interest- fd in the scheme among whom arc ex Ciuerin and Dr. Milton Hereby finances and he would leave that for a future meeting, llo wanted lo pay fomts nllentlon (o "his. friend, Hie preacher." Mr. Hardie read from Ihe Herald a report In which Mr. Atkln charged Ihe Mayor with Instructing Ihe (lliief of I'ollec to pursue a policy tf of the segregated "I nc-yiT save aneh an said the .Mayor; Icll it entirely with the Ciief of 1'ollce, and 1 will say, to Ihe credit of the Olilcf. thtil he Rave us a ctcan cily; and, fn my opinion, cily In all Cunnda." of the .cloth can to tho council and smoke his who was driven fo the life of shame I wl'o his been appointed treasurer. by poverty In K per cent, of the cnses. I People's Forum lie nppealed to tlio Christian people to show more charily and not to conlinu- allv clead for the "iron hand of the lav'.1- "Wlitiro are your human sympath- ies! U'iicrc uro your religious train- ing niul Godly exclaimed hin Worship. He nalrl lhat if tho city fights these women they will flg.M hack, und Eiin- lircEsion would only como through dealli. lie dcprec.Hed Ihe. lives of thcso T.oracn as much as any-one, but Ihought .that Ihe only way to suppresa Iho traffic Ihro-iigti t'no redemp- EodnriogQuaU h assmcd In Knives, i, if they tie This brand, known u'. 'Silver time that Wean l i the heaviest pble." lt is been rcnoftne '01 over 60 yean. ___ d fey DcMera THAT CLOTHING CONTRACT Kdilor of TJio Iferald: your of tEio 3rd inst., under a headline "Facie Which I am rejiorted ns haling de- noiincoil Arthur Ilcid for. givins thn contract for overcoats to the Hcml- Heady In Montreal when my firm tendered at M7.00. I yivc the Tin direct to Ihnl. i did nol denounce Mr. Arthur Held. I did not mention Iho Christian nnme "Arthur" al all. Vour reporter ar-Jiears mosl anxloua to rer-otl favorahly -of Ihe citizens' tkkel, and to seek informailon from he ask Ihfm rhclher or not Arthur Held haa a brother In the city employ'! Your reporter should Hflen more atlentlvely lo what Is be. Ing said, and report things as they occur, and not to suit his own fancy. The following aro the aetun) facts. I wcro Invited, I nsk- ed Mr. Atkln if he was In favor of supporting, as far as possihle, home indiislries in preference lo ontsldn As my reason tor asking .that I said fhftt although jlhe nicmocrs of the council elected last year had pledged themselves In favor ol lhat policy, when a supply 'of thlny-fonr overcoats for tin street railway needed, Mr. Reid sent to a firm down Kast for" Iheso coattr, not a flrni in tiie city he- ing asJted to snbnui a" tender for the upply of the ?ame. It was only when a difficulty arose, by the ,lhe eastern firm refusing to treat direct with the cily council that Mr. Hamil- ton called personally on one or two local 'IQLISCS, ami invited for the supply of tho overcoats in rjues- tlon. All the rest of 113 were kept even tlii-n in ignorant p. Th.icl fc Ilodd hoard accidentally of the ccals being needed, and look a and submitted a lender Eo supply at per coat, I staled lhat we -I am reported to Jiave men emiiloycd. if I paid men, I ineunt to said fourteen fourteen four men. Had wo secured the con- tract we should have made Ihe coals In t.c'.hbrldge, thus keeping tho -wag- es lo lo here. understood an arrangement had been made with the Scml-Ile.itly agent, whereby the coals were got through him from Urn Kaslorn llrm al J17.SO per coal. I want to know what la the em- ploying an Indualilal commissioner at a tig salary lo bring industries into Washington, D.C., Dec. waterways, harbors and shipping: [acilities wete made known and im- prcssrd upon an American audience as seldom before, when Hon. J. D. lazen, Canadian minister of marine and fisheries, delivered the princjpal_ address to the tenth annual confer- ence of national harbors and rivers congress (if the United Stales. Hazcn dealt with the policy toward development of ports, heritors and adequate shipping facili- ties'to meet the tremendous gron-tl] of the country's, commerce. If Iho cily llaeif Is going I lo send Jlb'orvn orders'oiitsido? lam I Si.', Yours ,1'. 1. TllAEI-. [Mr. Thacl la confusing an .advert- iscmenl o' tho ClttzenV Ticket with f. lleralil reporl. The Herald made no comment on his Herald.] A Splendid Pick-Me-Up An Oxo Cube in a cupful of hot water is just that nourishment. life and ,Pura] beef -goodn ess in a. read-) ily assimilablo --Ready in a minute., CUBES ;