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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta T5e Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume IV. Alberta, Saturdiiy, Dowmhcr Number 304 AII STAND ONR-D-WAUGHIS DDArDCCC MAYOR PROGRESS Civic Candidates Address Electors at St. Augustin Hall BOOST LETHBRIDGE No One Opposed to the Sti eet esting Address After the address by irr. Dl.von on Single Tax.in St. Augustln's hall lasv night the civic candidates -were KJVOU 1hc rostrum ami under llr. Higin botb.un's guidance received a pleasing reception, Mr. Wakolyn .announced n meeting of tlip ratepayers to he held this even ing in the 'Labor Hall for lha purpose of forming a ratepayers association In spu-tii Lcthbridge. I-Iiglnbotlmm asked, him if he thought it advisable to form another association having the same as the Citizen's Lea- gue, to which Mr. Wakelyu answered that he did not know tliero .was such an organization. At the meeting night, tlie candidates will, again rfiven the privilege of speaking, ALL MONEY BYLAWS EXCEPT FOR SCHOOLS WERE DEFEATED CONTROLLERS Winnipeg, aro tlie dual returns o'f yes'tci'da'y's civlu elections; D..Wungh, majority lOfi" Hoard ot ifiSQ, .T. 0. Harvey -iOfiS, A. A. McAr- thur C. Uouglas J, A. L. Bond, ma- jority Ward''3, J. J. Wallace, ma- jority 243; Ward 4, P. H. Davidson majority 81t; Ward 5, Theodore Stef- anilt, majority 328: Ward .7, Charles .Midwinter, majority 'IS. School n. .1: Craig, majority Ward..5, II. S. MoMmm, majority Ward fi, Geo. CJrisdale, majority 251 Money foi it mi I -0 dt.fe.ittd 1 iion bylaw, for 3001, against 2-185, de- feated; School bylaw, for 15333, .against j R20, carried; City Mall bylaw, foi against WAI, defeated. RURAL MUNICIPALITIES BILL IS INTRODUCED Attorney-General Mitchell Introduces Important Bill and Provides for Single Tax on Land Values as Only Method of Raising Stewart to Speak Next but Asked for Time to Think it Over ALL ELEMENTS OF MELODRAMA YOUNG MAN LEVELLED GUN AT GIRL WHEN PROPOSING MARRIAGE SINGLE TAX IS THE ONLY WAY trol of natural rusuiivccs for inn1 am willing to bury found IIL said io pimidi up iv i niLiif fiiiUm information-muiit as to money would bo spent. Imc 2205 CALGARY WANTS W. TURKINGTON TABER MAN MAY KN.OW SOME- THING ABOUT MlDDLETON "MURDER Taber, Dec. Turkingtpn, who lias been working around be j here for some time, v.'as ,'coniKed b> the local police last and UaM David .King was the first the mayoralty candidates to take the.plat- form, lie said, that he -the object of many untrue from The Hutch supporters. "They say that 1 am not a fit and proper person to welcome, the delegates of the Div fWining Congress here next full. I am 'a- man among men. 1 am not ifnid to Oet uo ind I think i id when tno> tha nbout me ihes aie telling what is not trie 10 I ho j s Interest on "ns amount pjid In tlit telephone It iunr I provision 101 hail only which interest uas pud out pfMhe gdiciil rutnur The iiitercKt cnl.ihis was tht ptoMiitiiil Csoii- lloulln Misul tlrt (f p >vi ion ioi til lu il'l of uiuni i pihlu Hi ui uiwi ihisqucr (ion iPtn-e fully tliu bill came up in ciniMivitiei1.. I If thought mikht h LU h in idusible to hut some MILL on the Ihc imtcliut and gi-L ilouii to husi Siftori. in rrply said the mci in s sitd oinvv til ml his ilit-li hers were C'lUUcd to thr fullest in- off) id ipphtiil i fuimatKH and 1 Uimifjil tins ha! hj Lib i il memncis h ui lunnU on the id vott I iMi'isl thi it tlu riuvs j to) il nil lloltbypiill LC! i gun nn of his pocsc t ind in formed'her tliat lir'would ,'glvp lini- just two ininnlns io put th run on or lie would ln.-r. Tlic police wpre cilltd m bcfoic got .'Imnce tn do ally damage, and the ardent lover wn.s lods-ed in tlic cityjail. lie was remanded. DR. STANLEY TO TRY IT AGAIN lliin rcnilv lo respond Attoriiev-Clcnenil Wielic-ncr iuti'oduc. imprcneiiiuil." belitud llir Inn foi tn connettion I roe-ftjil MiflfltCT.'ni ill Lill- 'us bill pull closm, y recent iniirder 111 Cal- feaii It appei s trom iniiln ton! gleaned by the 'local polite. :lial Turk- ingtoii was very attentive tile Hill woman while she was in Taller, and Unit Up ie in possession or LCI tain inclination winch to be of groat service to. tbe Calgary police m caioins nut I hell lotions It is alleged tliat he Biipulied the lll( piebLllttd I petition from Calgary asking incuts to its acts of ineorpoiation closing bill tint 11" i The Doctors SIP 11 J3r L m ibtll in the second I It ,islitic t (be lull iclltiiif; to thu mo the law may io any class 'of man litiuor while heie and trj to hurt mj candldatuie It I mi led elected I will see. to1 it that all meet hiss 110 held In the council chamber 1 will break -the combiiiatio.il If I anf.elected they say that all the members of the. council'.will resign. Hair on a new election. He concluded his remarks by 'going otor Ilia platform ino. getting iftoi the secretary-treasurer'because he .had asked Mr. King who would pay for a jmblic ineetius if called by -Jlav-o-i Aflams An Unanswered Question At the concIUBion .of his remarks n Inely tilt ensued Between B J ope and Mi King regarding tho iat ter's cbnmiiionfiliip of. the ".elective commission form of government. Mi Cope naked him H he kiiftu th it tlic recall" had'cost one sta'ie in tbe United Slates last. year. The i imlidato said th-u he did not Mr King was also asked-liow'many cities In the United States using com mission form ot government and how nit-iij were satisfied with be elinge Jlr. King said that be am thing about it int tiom Ihu iiutatlonei i.ho lennrk that he I bought that Mi Kinfe TV 11 idvoc itme thing liiat he knew absolutely nothing ilmnt. .With-- the Parthian shot, on re tmng to coincl me a Hatch man anjwaj Klnt took bis ser.t Mr Stafford I Speech N A. B. Stafford was the next speaker, lie outlined his platform ind laid imnhuuB on the fact he na l (insines-a man anil could guc the citj t modem business like administration I'sing a simile be Imened bimscif ho engine at the head of tbe. heavy loud, which does ".the work in -taking the-train over the. mountain .while Mr. Hatch be compared to Lbe.bdoster which -is'placed behind to push over the grade. Will Stop the Leaks tie said that if elected lie would Mop tho leaks In the administration, ind uild up i clt> to keep the nan .corners there when 'the advertising cSiven "the cily brought them here, tie also'aaid that no advocated single tax to lint said that it. should ho referred lo Hie people bofoie being put inlo foico The same thing applied to tho now ihauei Ho Jlso jdiocnttd a more- efficient scavenging sys-tem. liei fnrrlng to the Board of T.ra'do he said that he understood thai, they bad heir undoing in I ctbbrldse 1-Uu on Whilst tin local police ire irhcent it h that thej made an impoi ant discoven inrt linlington is now out on f'00 bail: Caso Adjourned Cllgaiv Dec 'Middle ton Tohn Vndoi on ind Andc s wi'o clmged with thf mnrdei lotir Micfilleton weie arrngned ID the emu room moinins; m i 'oimal minnei in rompliancp oC the lenunemento of the inw will picu -nain Friday ANNUAL MEETING TABER CITIZENS SLIM INTEREST SHOWN BUT RE- WERE WELL WORTH HEARING 1 iliti Du mniul miel o held in tbe I iln i Opera louse 1 >sl night but conlnn lo was pooiH ittem'cn I In net tint tlicu lu no contisl foi Uic injotilH pcbsibh lie iciponsible loi th ittcmlnnce ui. well is lllL lhat all the candidates for alderman ic honols iir ucll known Ihc mull ilecl it ilit itqucst of lieck occ.tipu.il tl'p chin Ih in-Hot yuc i bnci rppoil o! the woik 01 the coincil (urmi, tbp pist nil h w is followed n Mi V Uikliel! rctiiniL, roiincillci li A an Ollnui is s i luctrc lion In news on inillds II l. Iv .to come before till- council durim, ilu toiling n mil bi w is. lolh w ill b) li II l> Mi'1 K 1) Slntlls wlo an srcl MIL, liic Dun S I ill ill mm of tin schonl hi n (I also spo i ilso II 1 iMiinio, list jius srcutin of tilt lOllll Who IS. SCCdlll, IPHllCllo" tilde in UH upon ic cl tlid smui Mils mi isurc intunhiLcd .it Pi ides I iiii Hit of boms of of South Lethbridgo held in St! Auffiis- tin's hall last night, through the' forta of the Leag 8 during -the past year has beeii resppii siblo. for bringing .roauy mittoro of chic- legislation under i notice of the ciUKena .of Lethbridge.: 'Besides hearing a vorp. plinatiou of tho mov ement for the of land the Tatepayera also had an opporttmit> to hear and sue up -the lanons municipal aspir- arts the latter had an oportun ity to present their cnsej for the ed- ification of the Lethbridge haa indeed heeu fortunate in secur Jng Juring tho post three months two of 'tlie. most able of Single 'Tax to bo' found anywhere, naiuelj Henry Georse and F J Dix on of Winnipeg, aecretan of the Man itbba aasociatidn for. the advaticemcnc; of the movement And as a result ot the Usits of these gentlemen the majority of tho buiepayors a foiih Inte'Iligen cr s tan fling of the fundamen P! p inciple-a underlvinc (he single tnxer s contentions S'ugle fax has passed fiom the in'ani atnie here nntl is ready to try Its legs for the first time It la aUo that moa of the candidates for office expressed their: belief in the benefit to be'derlved from Its'introduction -in tha city, t In opening his address Jast njgbt Mr Dixon George m hiB effort to bring about theso Utopian coudlUons ha ha promuiga'tcd plan of ml sing the lives for that nuUntain- ance of tho fry tern, of Single .Tax. According; to the ttfttemwitM of vr DI-EOU much of the irt the noild nnd ghould all fltrtvw fo happinoEs aa the Ideal of li'e Jue to tho ia differonce between and wealth and he went on to show that in some parts of Winni peg poiert) IB BO evident that seventy1 houseg H ore counted In one of the poorer distrtcti with an average of fourteen people In each house Oth er parts are to be found tliero one man owns one thousand lots where these people mtfeht build and a tain some degree of liappmeM Similar conditions a-c Beginning to make themaelvos 'feUfhere, arid the largor- the grons the more of this ttiU o iiffaiiG will DC in evidence the itaaon for hi- Httite is tlnf the I ind which 10 crpa ed the large land owners _nnd back fo -the who wlsli to jroniwiKVi on hacV ;