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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TI1K LETIinRinpK O.MI-V HERALD FIUDAY. IMCCKMHKU 7, 1917 Hardie and Hatch Meet in Second Gathering of the Municipal Campaign his audloure iroxvih el i-ovulMloa amMlw ins ol iho tui inaar years. He was no raVimhy hewtev. M 1 Jc .Mayor llardic, ln> salsl, liut lias failh lu llirdln proclaimed to It' I voiU. The vrlllvn in I ilwvress U would, mike n very j Mr. Hitch IbEl lie hail been j link IIUlB puMlcUj- aboul clly aifiirs. Mid devlnrld would I SHE KM campils" will be held tonight In Ual- they have Ihan tatt Inj Ihe fact lhat from -J -J 1 UomUilous had Irccu ni ec. GOVT. WILL ACT Johannesburg. ter'a Ottawa lau, minister of mines, stales the commission now' thcro Is proof of iirofltccrlnt i iierlug of neceaslUcs of llfo, Ih vrnment will not lie.iltale to tputo. tax lurden-' I'.ad tcW dared ilic deall crtrr council meenr.g. Mayor Hardte later rellcrated Ih publicity .of of tha 'nature Ip dly iiodtr' BOX Mayor isicr rem.-raii.-u when ag were, filled with statement, saying that baa; 0, Uy belween told hiniSFlf and others that only one. .OT6r import- incellns of the (liunie commiltee hod 1 been held in that year of ff ami tbal he TfOnld get stitemenU I '.he other men to prove It. The] finance committee couldn't hare held tBS more than one meetine or tbe council 'of the year would have known nt the end of Ibe year Iliat 5500.MO II didn't inow of had been speat. Thero was .nothing sttte o! the. city's Terr little airlns no one etex kaev where the. mllr ttooJ ttnanclally. 1 Mr. lutch In openlnc he'mighl to afler Mayor Har- about the meetlnsr few points being covered which had not been dealt with at the Central school meeting. RobL was cDairrnaa. About people were present." Mayor Hardle sped moat ot Ms time answering c-iiarges irjiich he had heard had been Eiade against him. Oui charge was thai he was a ciar, bnt he could die's "speech, thai bo hadVt outstanding f 'reparation left, bnt he was sslls- sure the people Uiat is "no more deraocrallc man in the'cllr ti'au he, He said also that hi had heard a lot bt crillclsm about the police departr inenL He the reasons tor Uie amalgamation, explaining Lha rea- "MTIS anil showing tad been saved In Ho police, depart- ment eftidency lie said prosperity, had. bnraghl about a' tondltoln' Uiat' fit bard to cope led to cotae before the ratepayers, defead his pul retort as a ad- mlnUtntnr and uk for Lhe rotes of he people next Monday. He Sild he brai iHirof "of the, dty during the spe'hdbii when everyone, had con- lie cltj wai going to go aalo It lie'people had ______t In 1H1 .that the city was go- Ing to as It has done, HO roach'money-Ttonlu not have -been spent-rBat, tk'e. people thoisghv iltler- they demanded uimi iin- and ...lorla, WL-_ doctor, and Mr. Polter was allowed to speak (or -Mr. Biggs, the. independent labor candidate. Much the same ground was gone over as vras tnreshed out at the Sat- urday night imeeting. The sentiment of the uieelrnE la favor or Dr. Bonnell; and- fairly good order was maintained throuEhout. Mr. Beatller tho Liberal candidate, was billed lo speak at Coal Creel: and could not be present- A kind of a olnt meeting was held, at Waroner, Tuesday nlghl, at which .Dr. Bonnell and Mr. Seattle spoke, as also did Mr. Moore. Dr. Uonnell had lo leave Ihs meeting as soon as he had concluded als address, so waa not present to lis- ten address .of his opponent. .Mr. Biggs Is to speak In Coal Creek tonight, and so the light is heins waged by all sides Kith unusual vigor, all parlies professing to be- sanguine- of victory at the polls. Snow has fallen throughout the dis- trict and sleighing 13 In fashion. Ev- ery one seems glau that'lh'e campaign Is a snort on'i, and ail are looking forward lo a cessation bt political hos- tility and a renewal of active opera, tions along industrial lines. has all the sweetness! of the Golden Coi from which it is made. nude, votfcfl the mon- lie had gone ahead B which liaire Ihe city whal It is loqay. He coafiitnce tht growth of cltjr aa'a reault of Ihe pro.'lHr- woaW 'result in CELEBHATES Durban, South Renter's OUawa Agency) The con- quest q( East Africa. .was celebrated locallv'bj'a military naTal pro- air n, a formaJ LoUdsv anti an open serrice. Children Love It! A wholesome spread for a piece of Brtad. "Grown" Syrup is a pli'rc, delicious Table less expensive than butter. Fine lor homemade Candy. _ All grocers sell it in and 20 Ib. tint and 3 Ib. "Perfect Seal" Glass Jars. Write far free. Cook Book THE CANADA STARCH CQ> LIMITED, Auction AT WE WILL OFFER AT .AUCTION Corrali, near the lor Mffl, m TUESDAY, DEC, 11 AT 12.30 P.m. 197 Marct, vrtlaW 1100 Ita. ts 1600 Irt. 1 118 Sucklnj Colti. 90 Yearling Mart! and Geld- ings. 31 2'E, Mures and 30 Broke. Oeldlngl, antf ft 25 Saddle HorKl. 1 SOIIIom. To to EoM In loll to lull par- cbaMTS. Kellers will attend lo atifpplaK' Tbla Rtock Is being brought from lie ranch, mllei cmiTsnlcnce ol Owjicr bu enlhted. CASH ROSS TAYLOR, OWNIXt in Especially Built Corrals Just East of the Taylor Mills, Lethbridge r J i -.1 j -7 i.. ri i Belgian otalhon Pore bred, Roan; Agt 6 yam, Weight about 2000 Ibs. 68 Mares, weight 1409 U 1700, 3 to 9. 26 Heary Marei bred to, and yearfinf i and colts from above Percheron Stallion X Purebred, grey, age 7 weight 1700 ibs, 60 Mares, weight 1200 to 13 ages 3 lo 9. 15 Two-yeir-okU. ;''32 Yearlings. Mare's bred to, and colts from above Percheron stallion. LEGLIR, O. P... OtAHDORFF, French Canadian Stallion Weight 1400 Iht., age 9 year j. v 59 mares, weight 1100 to 1290, age 3 years up, 16 Two-year-olds. 32 Yetrlinfi. Colts. 25 Saddle Horses GOOb COW HORSES 30 BROKE GELDINGS Since the original was ihserted in this paper, Mr. Ross Sr. has dis- posed of his cattle and will offer 150 or more mares and geldings; making over 600 head in the sale. C ;