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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETHBB1DQB DAILY HERALD .Siidinliiy, Mcmnhci- 7. ion; To Me Electors of the City of Lethbridge As a candidate for Alderman at I he forth- coming municipal elections, i ask your sup- port as a strictly independent candidate. My profession calls me lo I he homes of all classes of people in all parts of the cily, i will there- fore deem if my duly if elected lo give jus-, iiee to (ho city as a whole, without fear or favor. I am in favor Commission Government. industrial policy with a publicity commissioner who will he able to offer in- ducements lo manufacturers equal lo those offered by any other cily in Canada. Industrial .Bureau. of (ho street railway to No. (i. of a radial railway built by. outside capital with running rights over our railway. Library. Market, over Gait Hospital by the City. wage clause in all city contracts. clean city in every way. of water, sewer, electric light and sidewalks. JAMES E. LOVERING Utilise Our Services "We act as Executor and Trustee under Wills: Liquidators. We undertake financial agencies of all kinds, superintend, investments and collect dividends, interest 'and .agreement' pa ymerits. Assignee. Guardian of Infants, and Committee of Lunatics, etc.. etc. GIVE YOITE BUSINESS TO A LOCAL ENTERPRISE BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST GUARANTEE COMPANY Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alberta C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., D.C.U. j, s. Hax, Presldcnt- Manager and Eec'y OF CANADA raid-us CiDiljI. Resene Fad CO AAA profit ToUl Assets (ever) Save Time When You Are Busy by carrying on your banking by mail. Just mail us your deposits, or your cheques when yon want to withdraw money. give special attention to business handled in this way, and will be glad to have you make use of our service. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH LAKB BRANCH Socialist Lecture Theatre Aorth Lcthbridgc 5un.Dec.2i At 8 o'clock (SPEAKER: Comrade Of Kd in onion Auction Sale Farm Stock IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSE- HOLD GOODS "'ill be hold ut the Nortli- Wosl Quarter or Section 31, Township 10, Range 20, ivest of the 4th Meridian on Tuesday, Dec. 10 At the Hour a! 10 o'clock a.m. Tim following valuable prop- erty, viz: LIVE STOCK 1 black gelding, 10 years old: weight HOOIb. 1 Day gelding C years old, weight laOOlb. 1 Bay mare, I years old, weight 1300tb. 1 Bay mare 4 years old, weight llOOib. 1 Grey gelding, 5 years old, weight lOOOtu. 1 Good milch cow 1 Pet lamb. MACHINERY Binder, mower, disc, seed drill, set lever harrows with harrow .cart, plows, wagons, harness ,set of black- smiths' tools, water tank, forks, shovels, chains, grind- stones, etc. Also Household Goods and Furniture. FREE LUNCH AT NOON Terms of and under cash; over that amount cash, balance 10 months, credit by purchaser furnish- ing bankable notes bearing in- terest at S% discount al- lowed for cash other than cash demand. R. C. M.OSS Owner. HANK FANNING, Auct. 'V 1 n itizen s Final Attack (Coniinueil from page BNDON.ENG., BRANCH, r F.W.ASHE. K Threaaneeme. SL. E.C. G. M. C. HART SMrTB. THE CANADIAN" BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, IXC.U ALEXANDER I.AIRD JOHN A1RD General Gcner.l CAPITAL, REST, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS Ban Francisco; Seattle, Ponland, in every part of the world, is able lo offer unsurpassed facilities lo'ihn ling public, enabling .hem to obtain money in the simples? on ttar journey the world Travellers- Cheques and of Lethbridge Branch C G, K, Nourse, Mgr, to death or exiled many of their best citizens, and on one occasion liy a single decree thej- ordered six of their Senerals to be out to death, not be- they had been defeated in bat- tle, but because their success had not been achieved without a heavy toll of life. Are we so much better disciplin- ed than the Greeks? Anyone who wit- nessed the exhibition of passion and unreason in the .Majestic on Tuesdaj evening, might well question the dom of removing all restraints on tile impulsive action of the people. As lo the Oregon experience, opin lens differ. Prof. Shippel, who is on the ground, assures us that direct leg- islation is nic-rely hi the experimental stage, and thai, as yet, no conclusions is to the success of the scheme are As to tiic results in Switz erland. the most authoritative state- ment is that contained In the IdOD ro- lort of the United States vice-consul it Berne. This report is distinctly un- riendly. The observation of the vice- is that the useful legislation iriginates in the Switzerland Congress md not In the Initiative. The signs of the times seem, to In- icate that a reaction has set in ag- ainst direct legislation. In Oe.s Maine and in other cities and in Oregon there appears to he a growing uemaii. for a return to representative govern ment, and In our country Premier Whitney and iioblin have nmiouncee their opposition to direct legislation Edmonton has decided not to include the Initiative, Referendum and Recall in its constitution. Calgary is amend ing her charter, but does not intend to adopt straight commission. Last, week the. convention of the Alberta Local Improvement districts rejected a mo- tion calling on the government to ad- opt direct, legislation. On Monday we decide this matter in Lethbridge. are doing very well under our council system. why should we take any chances? Let us mark our ballots in favor of con- tinuing as wo are. Yours truly. A CITIZEN. FISHERMEN PERISH IN STORM Lisbon, less than S2 Portuguese fishermen lost tluMr lives during a storm this week on the const of Portugal. The survivors suffered severe priva- tion, being without food or water for three days, while heavy ami cold winds prevailed. mcn insane, Jumpud overboard, and were drowned. Fellow Elector Again 1 solicit your voto for an Al- dermauio seat. Tlirco years ago yon thought Jit to exalt mo, beyond my fondest oxpoclit- lions. This year I had no intention ol! offering you my poor service, but I can- not resist the c-al! of Ihoso whom I bo- liove to be my sinc-ere friends and whom 1 know lo he devoted citizens of Leth- bridge. The first plank in my plat- form in was "Civic government hy a commission of three." In 1910 (Jity Solicitor Conyhcare and myself were appointed to draw up the ground- work lor a plebiscite on the question. Along with Mr. Manwaring ,wc did so, and although the result of our work is- not yet seen, he it remembered that the foundation is the most important part of every structure, oven although the foundation remains unseen. My policy in this matter is not changed; in other matters I promise you nothing beyond serving you from day to day, as' you would be served. Take me as you know me. or throw mo clown if you think it in the best in- lerests of our city to do so. Yours to command, ROBERT SAGE To the Electors of the City ofLelhbridge I am offering myself as a candidate for al- dermanic honors in the forthcoming muni- cipal for these reasons: I am an absolute believer in ,the straight commission form of government, ;with thcHriitjativc, referendum amlTeealL am convinced that the ap- pointment of an independent board of police commissioners is an immediate and absolute necessity in this city. 'n judgment- tbc'niost important work for the rjbuuci] of 1913, will be the carryino- put of the above named reforms. if elected I shall serve the interests of the citi- zens with as much energy and intelligence as I a pply to my own business. If this statement of my views and position appeals to your good judgment I ask for your support in my campaign and your vote on election day. L. ASQUITH Cr Naas Valley 40 acre Farms down, and to per month, with per cent interest. There's a 40 acre farm awaiting you in the jNTaa.s Valley. Get a "home" that will pay for itself with- in a year.- Full particulars on application. T. E. PATTESON 11 Stafford Block AGENT FOR SALE Farm of 1920 acres near Cranbroolc, B. C. six miles from Railway station; 300 acres natural bay can be irrigjit- ed and converted into first class agricultural and fruit land. An ideal location for a stock farm on tho line of the new govern- ment automobile highway, now under construction. For price and terms write The Lund Land and Development Company, Limited WARDNER BRITISH COLUMBIA To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge We are a candidate for the office of Mayor ol our. Cily because the citizens under'the most trying terms that.a plebiscite voto could he taken on three distinct occasions pro- nounced themselves, by a large majority in lavor of STRAIGHT Commission Govern- ment and because at the last two municipal elections practically every member of the Council was pledged to give tho City coinmis- sion form of government at the earliest pos- sible moment. The present council- practi- cally.ignoral the plcbiscic and. the individual pledges by only beginning to consider the Acw Charter at the last moment'and then throwing up its hands on the psoudo excuse that it did not know what the people-wanted. We have the impression that this is only a ruse to sidetrack the question of Commission Gov- ernment. This is not a personal matter with us. We have no inurbane feeling towards anyone in (Ins connection and are only endeavorum- to .further the interest of the city as sec the necessity, for a change in the System ol City Government. _ shall be glad'to meet and discuss our views with any ratepayer at his or her con- venience. The door of our borne is open to all at all times to anyone Avho wishes to see us .in rcsp'ect to our .platform or any other matter. stand for a Police Commission, as advocated, by the city press, composed of'the Mayor, the .District Judge, and the Police Magistrate. stand for BOOSTING and are strongly opposed to BOOMING our city. stand for progressive, but economi- cal government. stand for a close scrutiny of all fin- ancial aH'aivs and complete publicity .in all accounting in all departments, independent- ly-; and in relation to each other. stand for Commission as it is practically in effect today and giving splendid results in the city, of'DCS .la., with such few alterations as would better suit Lethbridge conditions. Briefly it is as follows: Three independent commissioners or superintendents elected directly by the people, subject to the EE- OALL. The three commissioners jointly, are an advisory committee to each one of the three departments. .For Legislative purposes the three commissioners automatically be- come a board of aldermen. All legislation is subjct to the INITIATIVE and the REFER- ENDUM. Under these conditions the rate-' payers have control all the in the Aldermanic System the ratepayers have absolutely no say or control excepting on election day. By this system we have direct responsibility fixed on each commissioner singly and on the jointly, so that there can be no "craw-fishing" or shunting blame. If there is any virtue in fife Aldermanic System, we rein in enough of it to let these virtues have full sway. YOURS W. D. L. HARDIE THEMOLSONSBANK INCORPORATED 1855 Record of Progress for Five 1906 1911 Capital Reserve Deposits Loans Investments Total Assets Has 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondent In all the Principal Cltleo In the World. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT at all branchei. interest Allowed at highest current rate. Lelhbridgc Branch. Manager I ;