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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Af'.rc SKVF.N I PHIDAY, DECEMBER HAS NO EQUAL It not only softeni the water but doublet the Ing power of soap, and mskei .everything unitary and t wholeaome. REFUSE SUI8TITUTC8. EVERY WORD OF THIS ADVT. putting in forms for a large barn on one of B. Tainter's terms. Car- of the department iir tho nast year. one penters in this district are very scarce said he had found that the were S1500 .unexpended debentures foi pener and there are many who would If the help could be had. The basket social and dnnco on tlio public cemetery and Ibis slioul e Friday evening for the benefit ot the used in beauliflcatiou to Hie bos a ea ized There was a goodly number of claimed that Mr. draco's figures ze baskets arid all sold for a good price, in the comparison table an .an The orchestra from Khchant fi rnlbh- cd the music, which was pleasing I' (From Our Own Correspondent) I Travqfs, Alia., Dec. Ladies' I'Aid meet with last I Wednesday for tho meeting of 'the on the following Fri- day it surprise meeting or social gath- ering was hold at Mrs.'BclI's, to show their appreciation and esteem ot Mrs J Taylor who Is leaving for Winni peg. 'Mrs. Hunter, with a few well rhosen words, presented hor with o silver broad tray, Mrs. Taylor re Bpo-iding in a very pleasing manner. Hetreshments were served, after "A.uld Lang Syne" were sung by the crowd. Mr. and Mrs. W. Turley were over from Hetlaw for the basket social and danco on Friday night. Mr. Collins is drilling a well for Mr. Albert Jones at present. Mr and Mrs. Sheridan and Mrs. Jay llickett left on the first excur- sion on Saturday tor-Minnesota, to visit with relatives for the winter. Mr. .lay Rickett has a Chevrolet carj which he purchased last week while in Lethbridgc. Mrs. Bert Dufty and children of Lo-i monrt were over Sunday visitors at! Jerry Rlcketfs. Harry Lynk has struck wator at u of a' hundred and twenty-five feet and thinks there will be suffi- cient water for his use. Mr. Holden's house is re: that the percentage of cost was 0.4. Ml. Oliver also claimed all Little the teacher for Sweet city positions should be advertised fw'mlini: Mrs. Haugh- when vacancies occurred and that del> Vallci, is boatmnb ,-ive a detailed report Vallcv, s oarng man 'for the rest of the term, blie as previously boarding with Mrs. J. Klckou' Wlltill VllUtUlUIBB utatious should give a detailed report lililllOUo BIlUUHl v. n -i----- and expense account, to the ratepayers on their return from trips. Mr. Olnoi MVTnYi" Mrs Harold Hunter leave :llso advocates a start toward tovii on VcdneJay's ?ah foi a winter's planning in order that Intones and 01 Mr. and Mrs. Cal-1 stores may 'a e' for a winter's sojourn. the States If il WIIIUJI U Tho commencement of u new build- ins for a room for stores inav nut uc jiijiv." MI- Ihe reftidoncc districts to the detri ment of tho whole city as they were beginning to be already. In conclusion he held that whoevei phone-" exchange and 'post office, was ,5 tor the next three yearb started yesterday near Ihe Pioneer givo whole time jo the Mr. Baughman is do th 3110UK1 I11B vi..... city, and if elected he would give his whole-hearted interest at all times Mr. Hamilton's Claims Mr. Hamilton said he was not stranger to the ratepayers of Leth bridge. Probnbly they would remem her him as the alderman who, in 1913 cast the deciding vote against toe payment of salaries to the aldermen IJy that vote ho had saved the ut -eal money. In the same year, while the superintendent of public utilities was ill, he had conducted the affairs of the department for about, four months, and bad asked no salary. Magrath, Dec. S.-At last night's monvnE' htta 6aved the city mceting of the school board the resig- Ths again, he had s Daves, teacher ot monej. no IUUUBI mcet-iug ui LII" nation of Miss Leah Davies, teacher ot Grades VI and VII, was read and ac- cepted and Donald Holman was Mr. Daul had a sale of household goods, also'his property and house. The family are moving to Montana. Miss Holbrook anil Mr. Comp were married last week at Lethbridge, re- turning home on Saturday evening at a late but did not miss the noisy merry-makers. Many best wish- es to this .couple is. wish of, all their friends. Merle is- near. Eetlaw Slogans Wanted! money o was voted upon to take effect at the ooimection with Mr. traces beginning of the new year, while comparative tables .of .savings eifecl- liroposition to also increase that of under his administration, Mr. j I tho janitor was rejected. iiton pointed out that all the compan-, I It was decided to begin school at Bon3 wore made with 1913 as tne 530 for the next three months. .The I basis. In that year the city had a supplies committee was instructed to large staK carried over from l.iUj nf trnm the Qalt nlH- had snent i suppes comm order a carload coal from the Qalt Mines as the local supply is-too hard and uncertain to obtain. The com- when the city had spent in capital investments, and the com-1 parison Is therefore not fair. Anl it. I i3 If you know one send it-; in. Win the El- dridge Sewing Machine, C. W. Hansen's Hardware and uncertain to oninm. i nu parison is iiiuieiuic mlttee was further Instructed to have woultl .bo remembered that durm the floors ot Uie school oiled and theitlle ltttter !lart of 1913 .many ot the walls kalsomlned during the Xmas.i employees had been let out, so that Iwhen Mr. Grace came into office.he holidays. (Special to the Herald) (Special to me .tier-ami f Magrath, Dec. the conUu, nance oC good m I I found few reductions in staff, necessary, thus making _ the compari-! I unfair. "Mr.-Hamilton 'held that the should, get some credit. And so far as re- ductions are concerned, every western, city has made them, or the oftlcials 'would not have lasted long on their jobs. The savings set forth in the auditors report for the past few years Hamilton showed to -he savings on Hamilton estimated expenditures. The saving wasn't so much of a saving a verj through the separator and with ao 20 machines constantly at work.he remainder Is being rapidly cleaned up. The chief difficulty at present ia timate of a previous engi-1 work could have been 11 Just as cheaply m i as ll mmfey to carry them happily on their way or else liare tired of the work and are shiftini; to othelj parts despite almost phenomenal wages.offered. AUCTION SALE 0f Select DAIRY and BEEF CATTLE Monday, December 18 1916 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP OH the Farm of J. J. Tiffin, West Halt of Section 11-8-21. 25 cows and heifers, supposed to be in calf. years old and up. Six and a half miles south east of Lothbrldgc. Twelve now milking Two fresh cows. Elnht steers rising three years old. Fifteen rising two years old, Twenty five hiifers rising two years old. Thirty-five calves, heifers and steers. One Registered HoUteln Cow. One Registered Holstein Bull, 2 years old. TERMS CASH; J. J.TIFFIN, PROP, J. A, SMITH, AUCTIONEER Misses' Kid Bluch- ers. All sizes from 11 to 2. Little Gents' Box Kid Bluchers. Siz- es from 8 to 101-2 There is no longer, any oc- casion for you to send out of town to get the boots your taste .requires. We carry the best American and Canadian Manufactur- ers''Boots in all lasts from A TOE. WE ALSO FIT YOUR FEET, and show you one of the most up-to-date lines of Boots and Shoes in South- ern Alberta. Don't take our word for it, come and examine our stock and be convinced. .Child's Boots in .V.ici and patent. Buttoned cloth ton.-Sizes 5 Child's Boots in kid ants patent leather. States 1 to Ladies' Gimmetal button cloth top. Rccetl g' toc> Cuban heel. Ladies'DuJl Kid higli ton buttoned boot Louis heel. f Ladies' Patent buttoned cloth ton. Louis heel. Short vamp. Ladies High Cut Brown Silk Top Patent Leather Boot. Louis heel, receding toe. Grace mine during city hours. If the citizens ty their' votes on Monday say that such transactions are all right, then they will set a -mighty dangerous precedent. Mr Mammon also held that a string- ent accounting of the .moneys spent by eoimnissioners on tours of inspection should be given to the ratepayeis. As regards-the filtration plant, he be- lieved that a man who had had nothing to do with the awarding of the contract, would naturally see to it that the contract is.carried out to the letter more diligently than a map with whom tie contractor has dealt in drawing up the contract. Mr. Grace Replies In a short address answering the claims of the other candidates Mr Grace 'held that he had been left, imauy legacies in the way of super- j ' employees ia the engineering: 'department when he took office, j There were two engineers, a -draughtsman, and five men in the city 'stores. Mr. HamHton injected a cor-' Section here, claiming that Mr. Har- was not a member of the staff Uvheu -Mr. Grace took office for the to run a'aiiis't "'Mr. Grace himself. Mr. Grace said that he and the recorder are now doing all the work of the former, large -staff. .In the. stables the superintendent had been dispens- i ed with The statement that city imen or teams worked at the Grace i mine was untrue. Some teams had j worked there one day, after, the strike Started when it was very necessary, to set a ferry'ia shape, to supply- the citv with coal, and that'time had 'been paid for by Air. Grace and not charg- ed against the city. As for the.-trip east and the saving of In the sale of debentures, the attendance at the municipalities convention, .the choice ot. a, fire engine and .1ho in- spection of: filtration plants 'had been ac'complished'so that the had heen spent- to; With regard to- .his Ladies' Patent or Bronze Lace Boots. Brown Suede Top. Receding toe, lieel. Ladies' African Brown Kid Buttoned Boots. Bluclierette cut. reced- ing heel. Men's-Box Calf Laced Boots. Leath- er lined. Medium heel! and toe. Ladies' High Cut Lace French Kid Boot, Cuban heel, receding toe. THE GUT RATE A'merican-' Boot Shop BENTLEY'S OLD STAND 110 Fifth St. S. Lelubridge F. A. NELLES, Manager Men's Vici Kid or Ginmietal. Good- year welt Boots.' Straight lasts. Mr said a man would be fool ish' who would not look after what private interests he might have, in event of an election, bnt ho would defy any man to prove that he had ever ne- glected the city's business to look af- ter his Some Questions, Pertinent Mr Grace was asked .If, when he visited the: Macleod filtration plant, of the Roberts type, ho hail not found the filter sunfl full of slime and mud. Ho answered that such was not the case t'tut the sand was clean, aatl the 'Mncleod officials were satisfied the iilaut was giving entire satisfac tion: Mr say yon looked over other styles of fire engines on your trip east? Yes. Was there any difference of opinion soiig tho commissioners? why didn't you call in a com- mittee of citizens? Question-Why was! the filtration plant at M'aclcod shut Ifor the economy., yho coun- cil there, felf that itw'ris unnecessary expense toS-un as long as the water is clear without filtration. Mr Barrowman-1 would like an expression of opinion from the. candi- matter of .free hospitals favor as long as the citv is not too hard up. we had a'free hospital now tho de- for accommodation would be so'great that an esoenditure of prob- nblv or more would be nee- ossary ror a now addition to the hos- pilal. mittccs to decide all important ques- tions while the commissioners drew then salaries Ho thought tho pies cnt campaign was the most ndiculous nimliupal camnaisn the city had eicl witnessed, and no.v three diys botore election he didn't know which to Mi Grace with his mine, ot lor Mi Hamilton with his, big iaim, or for Mr Oliver who claimed he didnt He Warned commission form of government for ,eii or the apatin ,md almost wished lie had slS'at-eom- candidate plat form of ernmoiu'plan'n orde. that he might cSUns' test public opinion V ;