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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December -I. 1013 THE LETIir.IU DAILY HK11ALD A PLUMPER AND A SPOILED BALLOT 1'agc 5 There's ;i lol of lulk tihoul "plumjH'rs" Ilicse iluys. Some void's aiv to on Moiuliiy. The ballol shown in I'igurc No. 1 shows how il is done. It is a pe'fi'clly bnllol. Hut plunipin.i; is mil :in iinlicaliuii of mU'llini'nce in'the volor. Tlu- niau who nuuks his ballot us in lusts Jiis vole, us soon as Murray is couuk'il llsul lie marked il second choice for any of lite oilier mid Murray dropped out, his ballot rciiiain in the count. a second choice, does nol mean lhat Hie voter is voting iiKainsI bis llrsl choice mini. So long as Muiruy remains in the race Hie ballot in Figure 1 helungs lo him and no one else. It is only when Murray is dropped out thai the second choice i-ini be considered. Figure" No. '.i shows another sjioik-d ballot. Here the voter jjiivc Daniels and Watson each' :i lirsl choice, wliicli is obviously wrong. Only one choice can he marked for one man, and candidates cannot be given the same choice. A PLUMPER Geo Hatch Got a UCU. IJcHUl UUl d Rousing Greeting 1TIIK GHAN1) -KI-I- TOUT WILLIAM. O.XT. AT From Front PUBLIC WORKS. in 2nd i :si-d M ,-ith ra Choice Choict i Choice Choice i Choice ADAM DANIELS MURRAY OLIVEH THOMSON X WATSON the I'.lMt and showt-d that Ihecou- siLi.icr paid the didcrcnce, also the cost of p'jtiipinj; the water ftjr street use, ujiti eiiuugh more besides tu turn a SDO'.'O into the general J fund, last >cjr, hut he was oi the j opinion that tliis bhuuld be boine by j the ilc-parUiKMii. 1 A lEOl'SINc; KF.OKI'TION M. llalfli was giveu thoi wartucst (.i usy of tliecAu-j i su fur at Mii-crs1 Hall. The! other speakers were applauded, .Le audience scemci! tu realise lliat it was a Hatch ;uid acte-1 accordingly. Mr. HaU'h was glad of j the crliatico tu liis friend the] north siUe had been akkt enemy, space on his platform. Il was 'backyard of- plainly evident that it was not a [elected he would strive i slate meeiitLg, lie said, hy the laut Inorlhein part ol the cily thal'tfcere was orily one poHi't-man uu j provpmonts.lhal sue] the joli, uhtrcas the ilatc meetings never again be were with the presence oi three .or ioiir. "liie largest ill Uifi v (one or the 226 etuvatoj-., out the xvestcru jiralrle.3. UI hu {jiaiid Trunk ipJ the cent rale, in the rcmlrait, ant! in at if ilip city couJil cut its uator rale iti ;uc the kill if the expenses in: ini-, the proper place. ihiijR coutd j If first fire speakers iuri.ibl.td j I tlie for thought, Ha'.id Kine, Mr. Krayne had tecti jjjtu! furnished the of ihecv-' the city's hOoks durinj; Hie iuy, Whoii strode onto Ihe Jle reviewed his uork as a servant] had found some startling tilings, form, sfruror.e held up twy liners as of the city, and spofce briefly ol his 1 Chief among tlieui v.as an item con-ja sign that t.e was lo sit diiwu efforts vii of Slaffordville, ccniitg the use of wjter hy the O. j minutes. He was (jiven a it u-as endeavoring-to he HP charged lfj.ii the the place] where- they'' might te ioinetl those'; of Ahe'dty. He was "i an: out ior .1 .iiiUdri- way le tho siiuatioa ac1 ilcA to cieryonc. I havi-n't with suth ;iny solicitor settlor.! cheers thai lie UMS compelled to rc- ur by auy IS busiu-bs-ineri uho are t f fe Itailjna a slate oi raudiiiatt-s like. taiiib- to the ilau-ljtcr. I am a jllimulfi' weal 3tter the cituca's unrkiijg man out fur the sUle in fashion, and niLiij'.s interest, anJ a iuir '.ti j was sure that he !ml more brains, everyone. you vote fur, [nrlnnd had fnrgottcrt nnrcc than tho tJoU's tin', was tlw! whole tii'iet ever Figure'1, This is a Spoiled Ballot. tmmmm of PUBLIC WORKS Clioicc Glioici; T I- .BANIEW i >V ATSQN v Figure 2. Samuel a Hamilton Tiilkriiari'; whp_50ld for.eight cents a ,uaTl whlie'COnipctllors" cnargea cico, tliat Ms''nine cows .ncre rug jeil and will not yield milk (or a rfor.lh at least. Lindsay's main street lias now. a evv .brilliant lighting system. "Force Eaters Love Breakfast They come to it with a healthy appetite and find lots of nour- ishment in these crisp, brown flakes of wheat cooked with malt. I You try it (or a week. 1 It's a great food with a great taste. TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES _ 6 H-0 Company, Hamilton IS BEING BY "ALFALFA" KANE AND.; HiS SEVERAL PRIZE PRODUCTS "Alfalfa" Kane is becoming belter tlicsc diij-a ag tho -'.'Golden Flax" King. His exhibits, of- thii variety o[ flax attracted wide at- lentlon..throughout tfie contluent. At tiio Canada National.Land Show his eiMWt 'TCEB the cauEe of much comment In press' and by the visitors. lie received a special prize at Tnl6Br Okiaii'om.i, at Ihe Dry and in a.recent issuo of tlic Chicago Tribune there appeared a full description ot the Hajr, where H was grown.and its origru. A.-, a result of this- wide puull Kane to. iJeltiged tvitij enqulrips and orders for seed from, all over the con- tinent, which are btyond what can bo flileil. said Mr. Kane, "Is gctttng Its fair share of 'advertis- ing out of flnx crop.'and I fttii glad that I have been abfo to do something lo help the community. Tho fact that 1 raised the ffnx ground near Iron Springs, which had been abandoned Ity a homesteader. !B a point which has been emphasized every where as ono of Iho strongest, biggest and hest boosts that Southern AlberU lias evor had." Although Jlr. Kane's flax has done moro probably (o advertise this, dis- trict, ft 16 not the only thing Mr. Kano raises which attracts attention throughout the lenglli and breadth of the continent. Hejans a siicclal strain of Orlmm alfalfa which alfalfa grow-' ere are anxious lo geU anil he could not hegln (o supply the demand for seed, although he eipccts to havu a large crop o( seed alfilja next year. .Mr. Kane may- slill retain ii-ilh tley j had bcca joined, and sec that' they liere looiwt "after. In he mentioned the' great nceil of a traffic bridge over .the .river, as a dircot'licnefit to the people of Stai- forilviUe, imil ilie probability ar.d ne- cessity of a radial' railway to points 1 on the oilier side ol the river. WHAT UK HAS nnxic He over his ]iart in Hie work of establishing improve- ments in the city. He hail hrcn giv- en-'an- opportunity-.to give a-, great deal of 'his along' tiiese Ihie.s :uid much of it was given gratis. He had helped to. establish the parks anil boulevards, and had given the "city one best agricultural iairj grounds iii Western Canada. He.had prospected the city mite, established tlKTcwnefecy, a, matter which he- mentioned as being a very grave one, and .duritig his term as mayor had r put 'tyroisgh the coattacts lor im- which he had found .on jiis dtik 'the day he. assumed office. 'for tlie paving, sidewalks, grading und street railway, totalling j soWiliing' like had. al- 1 ready been voted, and much oi the. material purchased. It was up tp him to put the work through; .or in- volve the cily in -numberless lawsuits and difhculties. Times were hard then, as.they are now, hut the work had .h'een.completed, and many times" it _was; necessary' for the mayor anil get'-behind 'the city's notes with their own-personal notes, in or- der. 16 Tneet the "jrAXy QUl'vS In v Closing, the Ex-Mayor said "With tlie .turn ol ray own affairs, after my experience as n j dry-land farmer, 1 have lost heavily. A 51000 job not have attract- ed me three years ago, hut- T 'musti admit that'l am out for. the money. TIOW as much as anyone else. At the same time 1 do not feel that 1 could i give {he city any better service for UOOO, that-1 did give it. then for nothing." Questions came in bunches aiter the j finished. Mr. I'eehles w'an'te'il know 'il he would go on record, if as giving the un- employed'in the city the first chance at the jobs. Mr. Hatch thought he had'already gone on record as doing that. lie had eun gone to tho trou- ble of seeking the- worthy'.men out, and placing them in. positions. J. 0. Jones "Am I right in slat-, ing that after the coal strike in there.were a number ot men who had been discriminated against by the coal operators, who afterwards were ,Jj recommended to yon hy. the for employment, jou gave them -Mr. Hatch did get Ihe ilrilt of the question, lie thought .the ques- tioner was referring to the matter ot bringing in miners from llutle, and giving them and an- swered in Ihe negative, liul when the. matter .was made, clear, he af- firmed. assertion. Tie had given employment to n great many men who'bad hccn discriminated "against by ilie.' operators, on the request ot ihc-Miners1; Union. MH. IVH.SOX Mr.Wilson spoke very briefly, but g.ive an t-'arncsl, outline ol Ms plat- forra. ile'fhnugrit that.it was no use to "for a man who could not worfc'.'in harmony with his col- leagues, as thai 'failure 'would de- crease hi.s'clhciency. He' too was del- uged with questions. "Did Mr. Har- dic have anything, to .'do with the finances ol the'A; It: ,t I., during tinie.he was in their he was askctl. he replied, "Mr. tlio title of tnly because consulted in connec- of the seed.lie lisa raised, bui. he Ihe finances of 'tbe crjin'- C1U80 of liir siiccc.As wllli alfalfa hay In connection with hla Iio? bualnsss. Mr. Kane Boated this morning that he has completed, a. deal .with the MacKenzIc Seed Company of Bran- don, whereby they lecomo the nos- sessors ot 250 bushels of his "Golden Klnx." The price- paid, It Is :under- Btood, K33 in the. a bushel.- hut sonfc small lo Is'have .sold for as high ns.Ja and' ti. Mr. Knne is doing all'in his pou'er (o ajiread. the ysrlfcly ao that 11 may bo JcvoloK'd into a perfectly pure FREE Largest Tailorin A Pair With Every Order for a Salt or ON .SATURDAY .we are going to have, the biggest free pant sale ever attempted by us. We have been holding this sale back for some goods that were delayed in'transit, and the fact that the shipments are coming in daily finds us almost swamped jvith. the fin- est lines of Scotch weaves from the mills. The reason, that we believe this free.panf sale is.going.to prove the best and largest sale, and therefore the largest sale in bur, history, is because we have positively exclusive lines of gocals just 'arrived JFQHI the mills and we have a crowd of artist .tailors to turn that cloth into suits and overcoats. A Pair of With Every V a tie to leasure There are a thous- and different patterns; from which to and you may have your suit made to measure "in any de- sign you may wish. pany, nnd had nofhing'to do with them, lie .was connected only with the mining branch." Mr. I'ccliles "If you wcrc'elceled mnyor, you have Ih'e audaciU' to fall a meekly queslionimj elector j Mr. Wlson: "Xo. 1 don't think that- a man ivlio wouM use inch lan- guage to a ralepiyer, lstnt-.lp bf. maynr nl I.clhbridjje, or -tuiy olhfr FREE PANT itore will be open 8 early and get the first choice of the finert imported woolens ever shown here, "lllllRi: KOI! J'UIH.IR Mr. Harvey sooVc-tor a few min- utr-.s only, nnd did not Iry" to'outlidc I .ticn'fif tbc 1 404-5th St. South Leth- bridge Phone 1858 Western Branches: EDMONTON REQINA, SASKATOON, LETHBRIDGE ;