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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta frAGE SPt THE ELECTORS i Leiiibi-idgc. Albertu, Dec. 7th, 1915 'To The Electorate, City of Lethbridgc Dear Sir or Madam: As it is liecesssury that mi election should take place..on December 13th, 1915. for the selection of a Commis- sioner ol Public, Ulililies lo serve the City for thu yeai-s 1010, 1917 and 191S. 1 take this opportunity of presenting to those raav not be able lo-altcnd Hie public meetings, the fact that having served the city in .tin- above capacity, for the past two years, and having gained such experience as leads me to be- lieve 1 am now more capable lo serve you than when first elected. 1 am a candidate for re- election and am prepared to ac- cept this Commissionership, should a majority of the Citi- zens desire it. Being unfortunately, a human have made mistakes in the past. Ymrwill, I believe credit me with the. same sin- cere desire to give the City my best services, as you believed 1 possessed when first elected. Out of mistakes lessons have been learned which will be val- uable guides in the conduct of my department ifflhe future, and ll-e experience gained during the two very strenuous years of municipal life now closing, is my strongest claim for your fur- {her support. In order to properly present my own claims, it is a so nec- rssaiT that I present in some measure, the claims which Com- mission Form of "Government has earned through the exper- ience of the City under this Form of. Government since its in- ception. Tins because. I have shared in that government and feel that, in my humble way, I have-influenced it. Under Com- mission Form of Government there has resulted greater pub- licity with reference to the City's affairs, and greater knowledge on Uie part'of the public as a result. While the Commissioners have directed general policies, yet the public have been directly consulted with reference to important matters, such as assess- ment, and estimates of civic expenditures. There has been effected a reduction of approximately between the es- timates of 1913 and 1915. Further, the Commissioners were through strictest economy to actually save on the estimates of 1914 the sum of approximately Today, the city is being directed by men giving their full time and experience to its affairs, instead" of by men whose time and interests were largely occupied outside of the city's business. Without indulging in tiresome details, 1 do wish to present lo the public the following facts with reference to the operation of the department actually under my direction. Through the practise of the most rigid economy consistent with service, the Street Hallway system has been placed in a position which will show an approximate profit aver the estimated operating ex- penses for the current year of This in spite of the fact that traffic receipts to the end of November, showed a de- crease- of approximately as compared' with the first eleven months of 1914. In this connection I mifclit menUon for the encouragement of.the public, that, although there is a large decrease for the eleven months, there has been a material in- crease over the figures for 1914, for the months of August, Sep- tenilf.T, October and November, which points to a revival ofj Iraffic, which will improve the situation of the Street Railway very much if continued.. Although the total figures are not at present available, yet I tan definitely state that the expenses of the City. Electrical De- partment for the year 1915 will be reduced approximately as compared with the expenses for 1914. For the year 1914, taxes to the extent oi over were charged to the Electri- THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 18J.S We have a full line of these Chocdlales fresh from the factory. Prices to suit all purses. 39c to J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED A Large Assortment of Neilson's Chocolates] fresh, packages from 5c jp at THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO. toXcS lu uic.CA.imit cal Department, which onset savings in the operating expenses, and yet, in spite of this large extra charge, the total expenses only'showed an increase of approximately The average number of men employed in all Departments underToy control, when 1 entered into office was seventy-one. Today, there is an average of forty-seven. This speaks for it- self. I do not wish lo burden the public with unnecessary details, but I do wish to stale that I enter this election contest with the belief that there is nothing in connection with the operation of my department which I would wish to hide, from the public, and I invite the most thorough examination into all my acts by Jhe on-the platform, as opportunity will present in this short campaign, or in a personal way. Should the Citizens of this city entrust io Commissioner of Public Ulililies for the coming three pledge myself to give in the iuiure, as I have in the past, the best of my experience, knowledge and ability in carrying out the duties of my office. With full appreciation of the support which has been ac- corded me in the past, I leave the decision in your hands, Yours faithfully, ARTHUR REID. SERBIAN WOMEN ASSIST THE MEN IN FIGHT AGAINST THE ENEMY RUSSIA TOOK GERMAN PRISONERS Paris, Dec. Rus- sian legation at Berne today: .issued the following statement: "In the month ot October the Ger- man official communication greatly exaggerated the number' of Russians made -prisoners. October was 'an es- peciaKy successful month for the Russians, Tvho captured 674 German officers, German soldiers, 21 large cannon. Ills machine guns and SPRINKLE LIQUID FIRE ON PRESIDENT "WILSON tnis snort campaign, ur m a jjeiounai WW Should the Citizens of this city entrust io me the duties of tnat tney cannot afford to be -Ar'pniilir. Tliililifs for flip cominu three vears.'I ill Thev must keen themselves ARTHUR REID Candidate for Re-election to the Position of COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC UTILITIES Will Address a Joint Meeting With M. Freeman, in Burgmann's Hall, 13th Street N, at 8.30 Tonight EVERYBODY honest criticisms leave, bricks, etc., at home. -but ill. They must keep themselves in the best of health at all times. Most of all, the digest- ive system must be kept in good working order. Knowng the importance of this, many women derived help from These safe, vegetable pills quickly right the conditions that cause headache, languor) constipation and biliousness; They are free from ing drugs. They do not irrk or weaken Women find'that relieving small ills promptly, the development of big onesi They depend ;on Beecham'a Pills to tone, strengthen and Keep them Well Cleveland: Prosecuting Attor- ney Cyrus, Lochel- today conduct- ed experiments with the .liquid fire invented by Dr. E. W. .Fitter, who Is being held here pending an investigation into his aliened con- nection with munition plant strike plots. A strip of paper dipped in- to the liquid burst into flames seventeen seconds Jater. It became known today that part of Rliter's alleged confession taken by. a stenographer in Lech- er's office on the order of Charles de Woody, investigator for the Federal Department of Justice, contained the following: "Two men high in official life came to me and proposed that my liquid fire be used to sprinkle on President Wilson and Secretary Garrison." "'No I exclaimed 'that _ would I be terrible. I would never do it.' said the two men, Met us not talk about This question was then asked Ritter "Why wasn't it proposed to shoot the "The men said shooting would mean arrest. With.liquid fire you shoot from a rubber ball upon a person's clothes and go away. In a few minutes, poofl the liquid fire De Woody will forward the rec- ord to the department at Wash- ington. NOMINATIONS AT BURDETT j- tiunlett. Dec. the municipal I nominations here today G. H. John- ston, A. .Hamfftpu r.nd W. J.-Max- f well, retiring members, and W. M. I Reebev, were nominated for council- lors. There are three to be elected. The aggregate voles on church un- ion in twelve Toronto churches ton Hamilton churches Bho.vs a j jority against union. FRENCH RETIRE Berlin, via London. The war .office announced to- day -that French forces in. Southwestern Serbia, near the Vardar river, have been com-, pellecl to retreat. The capture of Ineka, Montenegro, also Is announced. Reeve Moved That Whole Council Enlist ing to so, and wanted the others to "fall in" and head f of granulated with pnu cup of warm water, stirred tor 2 minutrs gives you syrup as money can buy. Thenpet from Your minces Pines (50 cents pour intoTa Hi- ounce bottle and Jill the bottle with syrup. TJiis cives you..at a cost of only cents, 10 anil 'tastes Rood. It takes "hold of the usual cu chest cold nt once and conquers i hours. "tSpicnclii! for whoopmjf bronchitis and winter coughs. It's truly astonishing how quickly it loosens" llio dry, hoarse or tijriit cough and'heals ond Boot lies the inflamed mom- hrano3 in the case of a painful cough. Ifc also stops the formation of phlegm in the throat and bronchial tuhoa, thus end- ing the persistent loose cough. Pinex is a highly concentrated com-, pound of gcnuiiH! JSonvay pine extract, combined with jiuaiacol, and has been used .'for generations''to lical inlinmeu membranes of the throat and chest. liarrie, 'Out.: Keeve- Lovering, of Matchendash, at the Sirncoc county council session. last wecjc said there were 45 members .in the council, and instead oi urging others.ito join, he suggested, that they should march to the recruiting ollice in'; a body and e.ilisl. He has three .sons who were of the proper age, but he didn't want to see them all go .when there were -15 men right 'here who should be en- rol If any were rejected because of physical defects age, the- rejects could cp.me back and transact the county's business, but tlie able- bodied members should be "marching on to war.'1 Personally he was will- the others to the recruiting olIicK. but be didn't -believe theres was outside of himself who would so. Mr. Hanting had applied, early in the war, ,but ..lie bad 'been turned down he was still willing to RO, though over-50, ami; he could see the same look of dogged determination in the o'Miis'colleagues, the look that would not brook defeat. "Is there another county councillor bore Willing to stand, .the asked Mr, Lovering. a-. Many answered "Yes." it.in J4 j Covering, then moved "that the C01IR council rise-as r. body and present ourselves for overseas 'service." Mr.' Tom .was a busy man and coulil not .possibly entertain the pro- position.. "Von fellows arc willing lo send my boys, but. you are not willing to contended Mr, Lov- "We wilt he. ready when the lime explained the 11, when ailss.-Marv Cair was united In the bonds of to Ui Myers..'The hSpni couple will reside Coal Geo. A. Bain, fornserlv in the elec- trical business in Taher who has been residing in Irvine "his returne-1 to town to accept the nosihon oE mine _ electrician at the Canada West. The Taber branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce received subscrip- tions to the Canadian war loan amounting to To.'.avoid disappointm disappointment ask your "2% ounces of- Pinex, and accep anything else. A'iruaranteG of absolute or money, prompt- ly refunded, goes, with this preparation. The Pinex. Co., Toronto, Orit. gist for accept a ITEMS (From Taber Times) A very quiet wedding was solemn- ized nt the Methodist parsonage, by Rev. Mr. PhMlp on Wednesday, Nov. A US! HI DOIKf TRY THIS! HAIR (3ETS THICK, GLOSSY, WAVY AND BEAUTI. FUL AT :be joy of it. Your hair, .becomes .light wavy, flutty, aBjundant and appears as "Oft. lustrous and beautiful as. a young slrl's after a .rjanderine hair cleiinse. Just try L-loth with a little Danderlne and irefiilly draw it through your hair one small, strand at a time. hair of (lust, dirt or excessive oil and in few moments you have doubled beauty of your hair. A delightful sur-. prise awaits those whose hair has been neglected, or is scraggy, faded dry, brittle or thin. Besides uenutl- fvlng I ho hair, Dandctlno dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, and invigorates the scalp, forever stopping Itching and Calling hair, but what will please you most- will be after a few .week's use when you see new and downy: nt really new grow- ing all over the scalp. If you care for nrctty, soft lialr, and lots of .'t, surely git a 25-cent bottle or Know> ton's Uanderine fronr any drug sloro or toilet, counter and just try vertisement, ;