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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHURIPfeE DAILY HERAED W. A. Herald ----------T AIC BUCHANAN. MANAGING DIBECTOK lawful AND PHONE: Circulation and Job. Oepts. PHONE; Editorial, Reportorial.. News Dtpt 1224 v DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I -1 bv matt S3 00 t. months, delivered 3 months, .-6.mpnthss by.mail......11.75 1 month, .35c j ,5 months, by mafi'.......Soc as oft3E but both and old must -be xivea. WEEKLY HERALD 'canters are over, stayed and stayed, until 'poor fnr race. are' off for the municipal The way the i who looked at the pictures in sraat ner? last night's Herald -wifWt -readin- (he news.may have.thought that H. J." had of "the" al-i dermanic was "a -typo-! graphical error, Charles Street. A bargain Your own terms 50x125 on Ernest, facing east, near Bompas. 1280 7 frotti good town on the famous Black Spring Ridge cultivation. buildiiags. Terms ,1.0 cent. small cash payment. This is a Silflp. 960 acres raw land all steam plow. per acre per acre handles Lethbridge Hofel Blocfe Phone 1212 said a man to 'answers! lift too- soon. The its. promise, of consideration of its claims ;Juid in the word of; Sir Wilfrid "Laur- Instructed the' ilinis- Works to: provide at Xhe electors what do vcu do sight of a ITA j.1.-' this: delayed; and" that to. the', present and future I There 'are CaSMer: :the >thi city will be erected to more "And what .'.i "Weil, I 'havens anybody to.-teTl-Vfio j_ jj. S of -e- ilillis- foV-the ,use.'df the nublic if'tn. v v Ans mis ing. Dunissed because of Tf i' 01 tiie. motor car i A DEHNITE POLICY REQUIRED to- nlgrht each' caadidate. for" .muni -cipal honors 'sliould' give "a def finite statement" "'which" .'Understood, on. the that are be- ;fore-.tlle people.'Each man seeking the.-electors should be preparea to say whether.- or. not 'fie .Iavprs: a commission 'form of govern- -and whether; he, favors ;an .elected -appointed "'...r ,j_ 'should give a def- ,imte-. policy on tSe, question of the street railway. Each candidate'should, give a definite poli- cy wita regard die matter of par- the streets, in ;the business part ot city. The. question of sewage anqiiier that is statement o- -portance at the present time .the support be' prepared to state- :'une4uivoeally Jhat-his policy-is with regard to eadi i his is. up..time for putting off {Grassy :-Lafee: ward-in giving a', 'boost' to -'-'another jstructing the hfgn-waVr tOWTl Tr-fl-ori i I j'i A get any speed'-' of tae. motor car you sold' me you had teen arrested i times in it. I Thex good depth 'of 50 bot-! tODl, _ heads; A Modern- The-'BriMsh 'with it, or "that the >e. left to the people _'" -the it is considered 'form c-ntury, me Moses of mo-J- ThA his'enemies, twentieth, candidate with the que5- dis- attached, "What are yon ,oingt the do.: lo ducing classes, "baefe tie ever SI only source of wpaHh' .ims They will Without Interest and ;j Without PER LOT For full information, call or address P.O.Box 1979 Suite lie Sherlock Building Phone M A MAYORALTY CAMPAIGN OF. ISSUES T% A' ?t T rs ,AZOR ADAMS is, not a man to draw a long face and ask ..lor sympathy because some one.or more chose to oppose him for -the mayoralty or anything else. He not one to ask anyone to t vote for Him ibecause'he is an old-timer or any- of that sort He would say to the electors if'he were here to do so .jjisiageo VOI, representing him in putting UD such claims ;for-his election. TWs_ campaign is one of Whae.it is impossible to elim- inate the personal character of men in an election contest; and perhaps it is -better main issue is what stand.for. It should ie'large- a contest of'issues. any m- Don t he reckless i i ii mi I Side "liary, 4, tet tetae 'A live motorist-'- is. -oetter than a dead aeronatttreven if he does net get as many press not- ices. When buying an we can expect forgiveness sms.: -the I could serve the city better tnan Mr. Mackenzie, if you think I stand for what is in the best interests of the vote for me. If von do UAAC UtJIU. .because he is-seeking the position. Mr Mackenzie. Is in the field because" of-the urging "of a "We must, sin the'little girl answered. our Learn to detect and .avoid; ta-eacherous "hot air." Because a man says you are- a 'bird jof a girl, dont fly to the conclusion that he is deeply smitten. He may be that makes- yon apply or fears-that defeat might spoil ius Christmas dinner to influence the -electors in their votes. He is too big ior that, and his friends are They think that____ui has not been in the city council be in a better position to -ive the fcest -service, than one who ,-t to ana hoiA to be hissed neen a member ot the prSent himf IE HERALD is not going to draw up a slate for the aldermanic -contest With such a number of good men, each of whom has spec- ial qualifications for the position, this noot be an easy thing to do. JSacn ratepayer must shoulder the re- sponsibility of choosing his "own men. there are two. men of'the lot to Herald would ask the citi- e special consideration ;g the candidates for will vote. They are 4n- Tilley ,and .H.. J. .Goode, They are, both men who are well and favor- ably.', known in tie'business part of the city, .but who perhaps "are not known so well -by the people of the city who are not in that class. They are both TWO GOOD MEN FOR. ALDERMEN zens to ..give .Decidin but their .action has intelligent and practical. They are both men since coming here, have acqulr. ea. considerable financial interest in the is, J. S. Ula-lvg._ jj'nci .11. l-i. Dawao'u. ;