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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. TIII: LKTHBiuixji: DA FLY HICRALD PilKC 7 lAre You Still In Doubt? j Having seen or heard the can- j didalcs, or read the reports of i thtlr speeches, the electors are j now probably weighing the utter- and records in tho balances. Can there be any genuine doubt as lo the three men'in the field: Grace Reid .Others have ptatlcrms which sound well, but they are In no "superior to those of the peo- ple's ticket, and. Mr. Hardk-' adils to' it previous "experlencc.'and perience ana to energy faithfulness. If there ia'any merit In faithful service, any reward for devotion to duty, surely it should _be shown by the people whrn oc- casion-arises. Of what avail ic U that Mr. Hardie sKould have strug- gled hard all year successfully coping with tremendoui" difflcul- .Uei; If. whan an' efectTpn comes ths people ssy'by their fran- ehjse we-condemn efficient, faith- ful service, any other mm will dp as ,well. '.There Is no ericourage- mant, to a-public man to serve well If "the "people indifferent to achievement "and- reward fTdelity with rebuff. Let ''the people of L'ethbfJdge sho'wVby' their votes .that prepared to stand by Hardie, who did his level'best, and .had to. cb'riterid with factional op- position' '.-arid interests, which'for twelve- months sought incessantly to render every move In the Tnteres1s-of-the abor- tive.-; Hardie send two .awocUtec who will opfrate with him in building up Lethbridp-i and' placing the city on a strong financial baits. He regards Mr. Arthur Grace as the man for second Commistioner cause that gentleman .har. had a vriifi experience In civic Engineer- ing, which vastly different tiling from railroad engineering hd Mr. Grace hac had the wide general experience as well. Mr'." Grace Lethbri v; fro.m cowtown in 'he centre of a great cattle g mg area as it was when he first came here, to" splendidly sollc city of today, the centre of ono cf best agricultural stretches on continent. Mr- Grace has been ojn.fmately with Leth f rom the he the city and be in poajtior> to give the _ry best service, Mr, Arthur Reid hardly need em >hasizing. He an unjniormet an electrical and steam engln -.r. That kind of a man might d" JrnetlmM, 'but for the presen ethbridgt needs Arthur Reid. Remember your money Ic Inves In tho utilities. You stl pay for Lei a practlca ;n make them do the payln for McARTHUR'S VIEWS ON CIVIC PROBLEMS folio lug is Ihft address deliver. I have de-en told that of uiy op- d by it. K. McArthur, cniiijidatu for poucnts has btc-u with the ommissfouer ol PuMk; at itsdiiy night's meellug'iu IVniral chool: !r. Chairman, and iTcutlemen: It yltes me a great, deal ol pleasure i before you'toliiglit, g- reasons why i.ahculd HEk your for election as the C'ommis- IOIHT of 1'ublle ll.iij city, fur e r.L'it three years. you like to hear.'a liit.e of iy history, and 1 .was In tlic elty of Toronto. years ago. graduating from the L'til- of Toronto, faculty of Science, n thcsi: days, tailed" the S.. of I'. 3.. event! years previous to the. time my rlc-nd, Hamilton. graduateO: Mr llrsi'v.-ork " assayer and (incyor it ;ho Jlamblcr mine, in U. _'.; next with the. Great 'Northern tallway as transilmaii.'.'pii loca- lon and of the'jC'row'E it Southern Railway froiu'- o Gateway. Atter tin's I L cr.Kir.ccr for a, urivale compBiiy tn irltlsh Colunitta, and next went to Pa., 1 was feiislueer. in tu.l-ch_arge of ilie.lfiyTng out and the const ruction of ilircc mil- leu" dollars track clovation "depression work. ,for the Pennsyl- vania lines of I'.rleaving ihattotn- "for Cauadbn Pa- cific Hallway. J ill out .seven years with It.'io. vartpHs capacities. icarlv all the time-as resident tniilri- eer, willi either the operatiug or con- llit-se (hat it l tuVe a, new uiaa five to i-ick up ihe threads of the work hi the Ciiy Kngioeor'a 'depart- ment. I want lo tttl this geutkuraii llmt L ua.s trailed in an urgunEzatlon fthtro we had to keep our work iti sycli shaj'e il.ul another man couij fce KMit across the continent. pick llic work autl tnrrj" it on without A moment's tK-hy, and if his work Is uol in this slnpe he has had no right to EVEN MOST CHRONIC SUFFERERS FIND QUICK RELIEF A ifvr doses, of never fail o lelle-e such trbublea. because it leans out the up. inactive Tgans, and makei. tf-.em work bo iherc. 1 ant to tell my friend thai allcr depart I probably to design; reporf on', maintain, strue! more-Water supplies of differ- ent hinds- tliah.'ull Hie. oilier, candi- dates for Ilic' position of Commission- er of Public .Works put tosctliprhave liad 'to In llieir cxrwicnccs. Leaving Hie.Canadian'Pacific of my own voli- lion nearly 'four years ago. I came to I.etlibridge and have conducted a prj- practice licr'e aince: 'Yofi all knoK nfc-liere. very (en-.towns Alberta, ivliicli .have not called me In in consultation (even as far nortli as 1 was in- slrncted to design's water, sewer and sewage disposal 'system; wliicli wori: ivonld have heen. completed this year but for the and as far west as Crahbrook, where I help- ei lo design and construct a sravily water system. 1-liavc.been called upon lo give advice. ience. with the esFcrience" or being for years' of these peerless sys- tematized each in its own sphere of influence, the. Pennsylvania R. R. in the Eastern States, the Great Northern in the Western Slates, and Hie Canadian Pacific in our'own fair country, tlie great and only Intellect- ual genius of modern times, "Billie" ives, says 1 haven't the qualifications. If l.cthbrldse is to have ization'iu the conduct of its business, are you going to leave.U to the men on tho.slate, whose backers are some- men. who lor.years liayc had a strangle Mold on this cily? I-adles and gentlemen, it I? the same old rinj; and clinue. -with. tlio old favorites thrown overboard, and new "ones' in their places. in all seriousness, pick your representatives from the men who have had the experience and have no si iliese organizations don't 000 a year on engineering. Mayor MardEc IKIS slalt-d, tn any toun whore tlu1 re is no work to Oo. The C. II. bus Event upwards of here this; year and 1 venture lo say all their engineering charges at and gen- eral headquarters ivill not amount to 1 have beeu afked why 1 tiad Uio amhclly to run for this [loyldon after those soventeon colossal Ir.telleels, in GaticlilU'd coTiclavc. liaU. nut theL heads together to solve, all the trou- bles of our In two short meetings, which arc tohl'ivero full of unanlcninJty arid good letting, those heavy brained In- dividuals decided and stnt forth the edict tliat there were only three men In all this wide universe, two in l.cth hrl'lgCj Hud in lledicine Mat. wlio could lead UB forth, arid deliver tis from all our troubles. Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Uenllo men. I have staled my ease and I leave it "with you. Pledge yourselves to no candidate, l.nt so tnto the ballot boolli with a free hand, and mark your bal lot as your own best judgment teJls you. I thank, yoy, ladies autl gnntlcir.pji. ONE POLfCY fleritreal, Dec, largest Insuraftce' deal In tht ever consummated Is at int befn'g by a1 concern. Thi policy Is upwards the rty insured being valued dt "and" and ihe Can- rin Pacific Railway Company, 't bfg Insu'rance the" company the hind In the British Empire, in th_e dsal, Sir ShaughnVsey, president the C.P.R., said today that tht I-would gompltt-' tiie arc dozensroj: Eohitions for.cacli being .trained as jump at no conclu'RlpnB as toijcharjfi the projier thing I must have. atl tlic solutions :iyorhcd out" on dollar- art) cent annual before I in a position' to rrcommcod any one; 'Any'.man who docs otiierwtee .docs not: It now" wli'at he is taking "about, and has rol the first enrniarks of a'Commissioner. There js another matter would like to touch'on; and that isjtiie mud: dy water during flic spring "frcaliel.s. Otntlemen, 1 am unalterably in of an Immediate, teiniJ ary solution of lhat trouble., I liave gaUiered no.datR and have'nbtliing lo offer as yet, out it can be and nmsl be done. >Vc cannot afford Sthrow away any other sum ifor a flltratloj; plant in the river S according to Mr. ..Arnold, when the city rp'flches It he cheaper insl'aJi and maintain gravity than use our rrca- jent pumping plant ladles and gentlemen, It want lo tell you thai Ixithbriclge Is a-vcrj'-ex- travagant city in (he use of water. I liave here the report of the Conferva; tion Commission of Canada, on" Ihe water syfitcma of'Canada for I he year 1912, Our consumption for that year 115 gallons per head per "dayi Calgary" Kdmonton 120; SI rath' 'eona S3; Medicine liat 123; Macjcoc! thn worst In Canada, 2l( i gallons jier lioad per day, In none 01 these places Is Uio water sold b> meter only. In Saskatchewan anc Matiilobfi, whero Ilic meter is almost universally used." Ihc consumption Is In Manitoba 60 salloiiK, aiid Saskntcli'c wan SO gallons, Tliia. of course, fers only to! cities .wha're a sjeleni !s used. of several instances In this clly where usera havr and fn one CHSC previously paM per nionthj: on1 the flat rnto.-h'e liOivpays for wha't uses, fs more careful ami it'coets liiin only 11.25 fcr-niontii.. ThfnX'it over, ratepayers and water.-users, If the waste Is stoppeil. In what proportion you will decrease the. amount of, and the cost of pumping, at_tlie Enme time Increasing ihe efficiency of oupp-jmn- Ing BlAtl'on. Another mnltor is llifi-atlmln- of "per y'edr, or nboiit p6r head, woman and chlliMn tfils.iown.. Does it seem reaKoimlife? There.Is.conic- thjng wrong .wltli :ttie ami if elected thp'nssislancp of-tiie other two. Cohi'mlsaiooeVs, will t inlrbiinf-c in of the mc-lhpdg which I have so long been pririlcsfti .to see' In utw, F.CUTHBERT ATKIN will speakas follows To-night >P Subject: "City Finance.''and tm- School at 8 p.rfj; Slcvp Ktaddcr' Weakness Vanish It soaVa'. rinlii into ttic bid-1 and put til leys, litile fltiurliig condltron. and glaadii neutmlizes the uritie so it no longer1 irritates the tender .emtranes Bladder; dissolves he poisonous uric acid substances bat lodge In aud muscles. and and IrrtUie. and cause and cU'ims ool and Btrengtacns .the lifeless so liey can filter.' aft-l sifi i-oison ioni'lbe blood, and drive It of he system. So and I laytlug'are the olnaEued froai Croxone. that three doses a day for a 1 fen are often all thai N rtKjuired i lo ei.d the worst backaclre. rcfiulate j the bladder in healthy, active It is practically impossible to take this quick-acting, effective preparation results. An original package costs but a trifle :aod alt Oruggisis are author-, izeil to return the purchase price if Crosone fulls to prouipily give de- sired res'Jits, regardless of how old you are or how Ion? you Have suf- fered. Reason No. 1 should Com- mercial JIl'll Vllll' I'OL' lie s-liuitls 1'or Economy; with Kllic- ionc.v in Finance and ihu ol' (lie fiuliistriul Pro- gram; Reason No. 3 Why should the Working- Man Vote for F. Cuthbert Atkin licciuisc lie slands for :i fair day's wage for ;i fair ilay's work. A six (lays' vvnge sluiuld lie siiHk'ipnl lo mi-el the cosl of living.. for Sunday Work. A liolichiy for Reason No. 2 Why should the ladies vole for F.CuthbertAtkin Uci-aiiSL' hu stands .for an Absolutely Cleafi City, Reason No. 4 Why should Fathers, and Mothers Vole for F.CuthbertAtkin Because lie is out for: 1st. The etfcclivc control ol Ilic litjuur Iraflic. 2nd. .The sniiprcssiou of. jjunibling'iii cunlroj of Coi n niiTC ia 1 izeil A nuisc- meiits. Your Vote and Influence Respectfully -.'I- r Solicited for the Elec- tion of R.E.MiArthur A. M. Can. Soc. C. E. AS Commissioner of Public Works Because A PURE Water Supply is Wanted V.: ..V I will give you CLEAR WATER to drink: hext Spring -Because'.' I have reported on, designed, or constructed water supplies of various kinds at 25 different places. Because I uhderstahd both the engineering and contracting ends of PublicOX'orks. I instaljed three miles of water riiains in Staffordville cent 'bt the cost of the same class of works in the city; and from my knowledge can save Lethbridge large sums of irioney in the construction of it's public works. ELECT c cd ce CJ cti h (X P VERNON PEARSON G. I. for Coiniiiissiouer Public Works He has had 12 years Engineering Experience in Waterworks Marine, Draughting and General Mechanical worfc. He has laid before the Electors a scheme to improve the w'attr system tKat has not yet been beaten. His scheme is based on nearly four observation of local conditions and now half a dozen people claim to be the father of it. That Is proof it's a good one. He claims that, as Pumps, Mechanical Filters, Sland Pipesj Mains, Vlydrant's and Valves are ali designed and manufactured by Mechani- cal Engineers, you can not make a mistake In electing one' to im- prove the waterworks system. Give Your First Choice io PEARSON Ladies and Gentjemin: x -At the request of a of our Working, BuslnejB >nd Profesiiqnal I am a Candidate for Mayor and Commissioner Finance. t I have Vnit'in the Clly for eleven years and I have bten con- nscted with it tlnce 1683, my association with the Company which' eventually became known as the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company commencing In that year.' The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company had very large and varied interests, and one of the lirgett Corporations in Western Canada. At Comptroller of that Company for many years I had considerable administrative and financial experience. I am confident that my business training Vrould -enable me-to give the City wfiat It so badly, needs, namely: A Good, Efficien! and Economical Administration :-i I AM IN FAVOR OF: A thorough re-organization of the present system, as I belleve that if this is done it wi'll be possible lo effect some tlon In'our heavy rate of taxation (which Is 45 per cent higher than Calgary and 70 per c-nt higher than Edmonton.) ii UNLESS WE ARE 'ABLE: TO REQJCE OUR HEAVY TION THE PROGRESS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CITYi i VVilLL.BE VERYrSEHIOySLYiRETARDED. A' good and- pje.ntiful supply cf pure water. A progressive Industrial Policy, early completion of Subway on Thirteenth Street. The Paving of Thirteenth Street North. of Third Avenue' South'-1 to Sixth Avenue North. The opening up. of blind streets and the extension of the Sewsr, Water and Electrfc .'.LtgM Systems lo every house, If', An the present method of payina for improve- ments, which a're' now spread over thirty years. A Municipal Labor. Bureau. When the City needs men, ence to be given to. married men resident In the city. Fair clause all City .Contracts. A Public Library, i' T clean city All Parts Of The CHy: .The .progress made this programme will depend cm'our (Inancts. Tf'.yflu ire In ttfe'abdve' platform and think ray" .anclAl experience training generaUy would hn i the the InterciU of the Cky VOTE AND INFLUENCE, WSV'iEUfl: WILSON o'ti fin- of-4 ;