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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ay, December 0. 1913 THE LETIIBRinOE DAILY HERALD Tagc 13 ADVERT1SMENT TO THE ELECTORS OF LETHBRIDGE Having (let-Hied to, cast your iirst vlioicc votes in favor ol', THE TICKET Mark your ballot on Monday next, as shown here. of finance art Pitt Safety ADAMS, KI189 1st Choice ATK1N, Frederick CuUiberl IIAKDIE David Llvlngftonc. HATCH, George, Merrlck LOVEWXG. James WILSON, Krnest Henry 2nd llioicc 3rd Choice 4th 5th Choice! Choice Of 1st Choice 2nd Choice I-KAYNE, Arthur GRACE Arthur Melville HARVEY, Walter SIdn'ay K1NG, David McARTHim, E PEARSON, 3rd 1 4lh 5lh Choice Choice 1 Choice Gonottflcr of PDBUC mm HAMILTON, James Frederick REID... Arthur WILLIAMSON, Andrew 1st Choice X 2nd Choice Hamilton brick manufacturers 'nave cut' tto price W 87.50 a thousand. Henry Oeoige, a-jearting farnirr c ngersoll district, is dead, aged S A Last Appeal for Your Vote and Influence BY i.e. Harvey A. M, INST. C. E. A. M. CAN. SOC. C. E. v. YOUR LATE City Engineer FOR Commisioner OF Public Works VOTE FOR who' has already given yean ser- vice in your Engineering Department, lias saf- .isfied the Council in the and can satisfy the Itatepaycrs in the future. -j-. VOTE roil The man. who has spent 1-1 years in Municipal siiiil Contract Work' and' all jobs of. which lie. has had. charge, will bear thorough investigation. VOTE FOR The man who docs not promise impossibilities with regard to your Water Supply, but, having the knowledge and yyr heari ihero is a spot for me, i feel tliat I Jjave devoted of liio best jtare of my life to the iuterests or and that f am in the prime of health and eiperience to do still, more for our fair city. first choice vote for me will be and if any ratepayer cr tenant lias hluiBolf or made promises to vote fir.-it for anollicr candidate. 1 fhall sincerely Lope Uiey vviU set) fit to vote for me astbeir aecoad choice, as ou evidence of (heir appre- ciation, of mentcrlo'J5 service. I loofc forward to being chosen us your mayor for 1514, ami lo yoj will I owe ihls houcr if you caal jour vote for me fo.- first choice, (or second if committed to another.) I remain, yo'jr cbcdlent serviuit, GEORGE M. HATCH BUI FIRES ON .1 mam London, Dec, of tho 1200 mployoes of the-Creat Western Kail- ay, wlio on strike slcce edaesday, refused today lo comply Ith tlie. Urjns a. tho agreement rawn up yesterday by the union eadera-at a cou.ferer.co with repre- entatlves-- the Board of Trade. The men. regard tho conditions ot the ag- eement as necessarily onerous. Besides providing that neltber tho locomotive engineer woo tarted the.strike by refusing to haul which had been handled j iy strikebreakers, nor lolds, another prominent agitator, hall be repeal ployed, the terras In- let tbft ail tfia men must express h'eir regret and-sutscribe from -5 ents lo GO cents each to the Sw.ndcm icapitals. employers are not re- quired to pay them for the time they a on strike. Liverpool, Dec. suffra- gettes a tie rap ted today to destroy the exhibition buildings irnkh have just been closed for the winter months. Tho scenic railway was destroyed by the flames early tbla morning and lha firemen had the utmost difficulty In preventing tho spread of the fire to other buildings. In the vicinity Trero found suffragette literature and- let- ters addressed to Premier Aequith. Manchester, England, Deo, exhibition hall in the southeastern suburban district oC ttusholme was burned to the ground ted ay by an "arson squad" of militant Euffrageltet, The incendiaries left tbo usual ?uf- fragetto- literature strewn about and a, noto addressed to Premier AsquHh, readirff "This is your welcome to Manchester and QMhtim." The -loss is over F. CUTHBERT ATKIN will speak To-night At Central School Subject: "A Clean City" Lethbridge! Awake! Fair elty' of the plains, pride of all tho West, s suffering now from "growing And Elruegllnj with unrest; Her Iloulevards and Parks wltli pride, ler citizens regard. And feel tliat nothing far or wide Her "progress can _relard, But these-will not support her fame, Kor hblJ her in renown, Lclhbridgo.must looli to her fair namo, ..T And purify llio' town. Tor tliefe are mnny dar'rfsome spots That mar her beauty fair, "UnclcAnliness" o[ all the bloU, Must firat receive her caro. The man wliq daros'to rise aiid stanil, To cry (his Evil down, May from "Society1; bo banned, And meet with many a frown. But of that? Can any MAN Still tolerate this tiling) "PUBLIC OI'INON" must and can A revolution bring. MEN'I Now this thing Is In you hands, Your VOTE.gives you the power, To exercise the lavr demands, And make the .'-'bully" cower. Elect the man, who heart and sou Will sweep It-from the scene, dares Invoke the aid of God, To mako this city clean. Vote For ATKIN Electors Ladies and Gentlemen: At the requeit of a large our Working, I Professional men, I am a Candfdjite for Mayor and Commissioner of Finance, I have lived In the City for eleven.years and I have been con- nected with it tinea 1B89. .my with the Company which eventually became 'known as the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company commencing In thit year. The Alberta Railway and'Irrigation Company had very large and varied and was one oi the largest Corporations in Weatern Canada. Ai Comptroller, of that Company for many years 1 had considerable admin lit ratWe, and ffnancfal experience. I am confident that, my buslneu training would enable rr.c give the City what It to badly rweds, namtty: A Good, Efficient ami Ecoaomical Administration I AM IN FAVOR OF: A thorough organization of the present system, as I firmly believe that if this is dojie''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.) r UNLESS WE ARE ABLE TO REDUCE OUR TION THE PROGRESS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CITY VgiLt. BE VEF1Y SERIOUSLY RETARDED. A good and plentiful supply of pure water. A progressive Industrial Policy. The completion .of Subway on Thirteenth Street Paving of Thirteenth Street North of Third Avenue South to Sixth Avenue North. The opening up of blind streets and the extension of the Sewer, Water, and Electric Light Systems to every house, If practicable. An alteration In the present tnethod of paying for menti, which are now spread thirty, years. A Municipal Labor Bureau. When the City ntldt men, prefer- ence to given to married men resident In the city, wags cliuM In ill City A Public Library, A thoroughly clean city Jnd ASqweDtalfor AHParUOfTbeGty The progress made In carrying out Ms prograrr.mo will, ot necessity, depend to a large extent on our finances. II you are in favor of the above platform and think my fin- ancial experience business training generally would be. of value to city, then 1 you In the Interests of the City of ts.give ml.VOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE E. H. WILSON ;