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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday December 4, LETilBRIDGE DAILY -IIKRALD. Pasri-. 7. Electors of the City of 'Lethbridge Yog hive >n opportunity of electing (or Pint Commltsloner ot Your City Dr. J. EL Levering A resident cf Lethbrldjt for five yeari, a jbovs reproach, a man who has never used alcohol in any form, a man business ability, a man who will give you an honett, just and econ-. omEc- administration, a nun wTio believes In and vll] endeavor to obtain: SUPPRESSION Of THE SOCIAL 'EVIL, llioao who express a desire to lead a better life will be given every opportunity; Iliose do not express Bucli a desire must go elsewhere. EXAMINATION Of ALL and terioglcally, also of the water. An up-to-date ilUrallon plant and Inspection of all foods. MINIMUM WAGE of J3.00 per day for all city employees. OF WATER, AND LIGHT WHERE. NEEDED. v PUBLIC MARKET situated at a satiable place. PUBLIC LIBRARV, (lending, with a reading roopi.iu con- nection) poesllty In Courtlaud Street School (temporary.) OF THE STREET RAILWAY ,AROUND THE NORTH WARD AND TO STAFFORDV1LLE. UKfO-DATE'INDUSTRIAL POLICY. of the following commissions to awiit the com- mlscloners, composed of our best men and women: (a) Police; Hospital; (c) Moral and Social; (d) Parks and Playgrounds; (e) Public Charities.' "DO YOU WANT DR. LOVERING'S GETTING DOWN TO THE CONCRETE EwVylhing luis'bccn snid that CHU be sail! Train Hie public platform. It is now up to Hie electors to decide IIic issue. They Imve luid jhe opportunity of hearing nil the candidates, including the memWrs of lliu Citi- zen's Ticket. not Hie impartial man readily sec Ihal so far as civic business is concerned, no oilier can- didate could'approacb Mr. Harelip. He has demon- strated thai lie is the only candidate with anything like fin adequate khbwldege of civic afl'airs, lie is the only mini who is in n position to give satisfac- tory service.. Why swap horses crossing ,'tlie strenm? The gelling out of'Hie deepest water, thanks .lo Mr. Hardie.. (live him the opporUinily of taking us clear across to progress again.. "Mr." :Hanlie enicrcd oHice inheriting the heaviest' .load, any.jnnyor could very iycH- inherit iii a city tlie'size of Lellibridge. -H.was'a job fo make the strongest man Mr. Hardie bent his back lo (lie he had encounter -many obstacles, he stuck to il manfully and day .and night, his sen-ices were given to Hie of Lethbridge, for a decidedly.luwicst salary. He has blazed the. trail lo Lei him finish the job. Sliv Urflre has not indulged in oratorical fireworks bill he has-piainly shown the people that from the slanVlpoinl of ability he has a reputation which aiiy en- gineer might envy.. He. is a man who has. done big achieved eminently satisfactory results. He is largely interested in Lethbridge, this was home, and his present home. Lcl the electors think iI-over, and Ihcrc is no doubt but thai they will realize.llial it-is very niunli to the interest of (he Cily lo man like Mr. Grace in charge of the public works. All the candidates have ideas. Mr. not only has the ideas but the ability lo carry Iheiii put, and that should .'conul some in the present slage of Lcth- history. Throw aside, every consideration other .than fhcSvclfare of Lellibridge, and vote for.Arthur (jrace. as" Conimissioher of Public Works..' As to the third Commissioncrship, il sccins remark- able that there should be two opinions on the subject, livery consideration of business -sanity, mid desire for the'big investment in machinery for furnishing (he Cily with power, light nnd wafer, should lead Ihe cautious '.limn to vote for Ihc one candidate who knows anything at all aboil! Reid, lie '.liiis1 given the cily over seven years of efficlcnl service, lie is (he one man who knows all about our power plant and other utilities. Why place a man in charge'who .would have to accept Ihc dictation of subordinalcs. Any other "candidate lhan Mr. elected, have lo ac- the diclum of an employee. .That would be only nalural. A man who is clpctrical. or steam en- gineer would have lo accept Ihc oflicials under him. Do the people who 'own these cx- 'pensive plants prefer a man who knows, or one who has a mere knowledge lo manage Ihcni. Reason No. 4 Why should Fathers and Mothers Vole for F. Cuthbert Atkin Because lie isoul for: 1st. The ciVi'divc control of tin' liquor Irallic. 2ml. The suppression of gambling in. any forpi. 3rd. Municipal control of Commercialized Ainiisc- incnts.- F. CUTHBERT Vote for the Interests of Lethbridge by Voting for HARD1E-GRACE-RIED will speak as follows: To- ni Monarch, at Bijou at..9 p.m. Friday Galbrailh, at 8 p.m. Subject: "Cily Finance prcvemenls." "J Saturday Central School at 8 1 Subject: "A Clean MONUMENTS If you coualdering the jrnrchaa- ing of a mquumcut, see you. decider "hbsl" slock, best ".de- signs anfl best iirlces. Lethbridge Monumental Works. 3th St; South. Carefully Consider This Before Casting Your Vote on the 8th of December HARVEY your city engineer Who Should Know Better neods nml your. Pub- lie Works which.' knowledge will enable him to servo (he-people oi' Luth- -bridge better than any oilier cnndidntc. f W. S. HARVEY has made a careful study this Waterworks question a solution and knows the cost. Other candidates have advocated schemes but- have jiot slated costs. ''.-.'Do not experiment by electing any other candidate. W. S. HARVEY, if elected, will see that people in nil parts of Lethbridge1 -have the conveniences to ensure health and .''comfort, and will use'all the means in his power to efl'cct this. -W. S. HARVEY has no other interests or that wpuld interfere 'in the carrying out successfully and straightfor- wardly the duties of Commissioner of Public -J' _ Your Vote Influence Respectfully Solicited for the Elec- tion of R F Mr Arthur lu IflWlI ill ill ADVT, A. M. Can. Soc.C.E. A. Commissioner of Public Work ,v- t Because A PUllE Water Supply is Wanted Because I CLEAR WATElRto drink next Spring Because T I have [reported on, designed or constructed water supplies of various kinds at different places. O V- Because I understand botK the engineering and constructing ends of Public Because I installed three miles of water -mains in Staffordville at 60 per cent of the cost of the same class of in, the city and: fromj my knowledge can save LethKridge large sums of money in the construction of it's public works. ELECT cd sr cs VERNON PEARSON G, I.Moch. E. for CominissHmcr of Public Works has had-12-years Engineering (Experience in Marine, Draughting and General Mechanical work. He has laid before the Electors a scheme to improve the water system that has not yet been beaten. Hts scheme is based on nearly years cisst observation of IOM! conditions and now half a dozen people claim to bt the Tather of it. That TE proof it's a good or.e. He claims that, as Pumps, Mechanical Fillers, Stand Pipes. Mains, Hydrants and Valves are all designed and manufactured by Mechani- cal Engineers, you can not make a mistake in electing one to Im- prove the waterworks system.1 Give Your First Choice to PEARSON Ladles and. At the request of a large number of our Working, Business and Professional men; I am a Candidate for Mayor and Commissioner of Ffnance. I have lived in the City for eleven years and I have been con- nected It since 1889, my association with the Company which eventually became known as the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company commencing In that year.- The Alberta Rail Way and Irrigation Company had very large and varied interests and was one of the largest Corporations [n .Western As Comptroller of that Company for many years I had considerable administrative and financial experience. I am confident that my business training would enable me to give the City what It so'badly needs, namely: A Good, Efficient and Economical Administration I AM IN FAVOR' OF: A thorough reorganization of the present system, as I firmly belJeve that If this It done it will be possible to effect some reduc- tion In our heavy rate of taxation (which Is 45 per cent higher'than Calgary and 70 per cent higher than Edmonton.) UNLESS WE ARE ABLE TO REDUCE OUR HEAVY TAXA- TION THE PROGRESS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CITY VERY SERIOUSLY RETARDED, i .A good plentiful supply of pure water. A progressive Industrial Policy, The early completion o( Subway on Thirteenth Street.1 The Paving of-TMrteenlh Street North of Third Avenue South to Sixth Avenue North, The opening up of blind streets and the extension of the Sewir, Water and Electric Light Systems to, if practicable.' An j Its rat fort In the present method of.paying for Improve- mentt, which jre now spread over thirty yean.- A Municipal Labor Bureau. .When the City needs men, prefer- ence to be glve'n .to married men'resident In the cHy. Fair clauw In all City Contracts. A Publlo Library. A thorsugh'y clean city and. A Square for All Parts (KTlie Cily Tho progress' made Ui out IMs programme will, of necwsitr, depend to: a large extent on our finances. If yon arc .In faTor-of.thc above plstform and thfnlt my fin- ancial experience and- tranlncsj training'generally, would bo'of value .to the city, th'ch f ask you In of the CHy of to glvi-mt YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE. 1 ;