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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ELECTION SPECIAL Volume V, ELECTION SPECIAL TWKNTY PAGES Lctlibi-hlgc, Alberta. Monday, Decenibci CENTS _ _ ir" Number ait HARDIE ELECTED MAYOR 1913 YEARS OF FEME JUIMG i m mm Want King George and Presi- dent to Clasp Hands at Queenston Heights Ottawa, Dec. Hie object of having the anniversary of 1914, of the oiio ImiKlreth year of peace between Great Britain and the United States celebrated in u manner worthy or its significance, a deputation composed of several leading men from the prov- inces of Quebec and Ontario, met the Prime Minister and the Cabinet here on Saturday. This deputation request- ed the Federal government to take tho lead.in the matter. The members stat- ed that they were ready to join hands and that 'Ihe other provinces were ready to fall into line. The deputa- tion also suggested that the Imperial government act !n thc matter. The deputation. In brief, proposed that a committee be formed of leading Englishmen and Canadians, who should act conjointly or Independently of an American commission, and that King George V. he invited to meet the American President In on the bridge at Queenstown Heights. JUST LIKE VANCOUVER Calgary, Dec. mask, ed men held up the proprietor of the fJnited Cafe, in East Calgary, early this morning, and took from the cash register. One man held the muzzle of a revolver against the proprietor's back while the other went through the till. No arrests have been made.. Q PR. CALDER DEAD Medicine Hal, Alta., Dec. Dr. J. G. Calder, one of the most prominent surgeons of the west, and a resident of Medicine Hat .for over twenty years, died while travelling to ivlth his family. He 'was of Hon. i. A. Calder, of negina. CHOLERA IS SPREADING Constantinople, Dec. is lausing more havoc in the naval luarters of the Turkish capital. It Is Illoially admitted today that over cases have developed during the past twenty days and that half of them have been fatal. Hardie Elected by 80 Over 128 Over Gil- lespie McCambly, Levering and McNabb the New Aldermen Aid. Aird Re-Elected Aid. Ashcroft andEx-AldSage Went Down to Defeat ALEXANDER LECLAIRE AND PERISH FRAME HOUSE BURNED RAPIDLY Hawkcshury, Ont., Dec. ander Leclair and his wife, aged about 55, were burned to death here yesterday in a lire of unknown origin, which destroyed their resi- dence. The Leelair homestead is on the outskirts of the western end of the -own and the Ore was unnoticed un til it had nearly destroyed the tram THREE FOR MAYOR AND SEVEN- TEEN OUT FOR ALDER. MANIC HONORS Edmonton, Alia., Dec. weather the-voting in the early hours today for municipal can- didates, was heavy and indications are for a close contest.' There are three men out for mayoralty honors, William Short, former may- or; w. ,1. Magrath, a millionaire real estate operator, ami Alderman Clarke, who is running on a labor platform. Thc citizens are also voting for five aldermen out of a field of anil three school trustees from five candidates. HERALD EXTRA TONIGHT The Herald tonight will' get out an showing the result of today's civic contest. The polls close at five o'clock and while there are five ballots to count, the should be out by seven o'clock, or very' shortly after that hour. Watch for it, and get the results to- night; .j GOT OFF WITH ONE YEAR Winnipeg, Dee. McL-eod, who was arrested in Dundee for-the Manitoba police on the charge of steal- ing from the Manitoba elevator com- mission was sentenced a private hearing in tha police station by Mag- istrate McDonald, to one year in the penitentiary. MAYOR f- A 1 Total SPIE E 327 HARDIE 455 HATCH 375 ALDERMEN AIRD i..... e P ASHCROFT .281 ASQUITH i 257 FOWLER 120 HAYR ___ 300 KEEL JJ20 LOVERING 700 McCAMBLY ...738 McNABB ....511 SAGE -'CHURCH .it A DOOLEY 228 KAAKE McCLENAGHAN McKILLOP 201 PEEBLES j 103 SHEPHERD THOMSON 1 TUCKWELL HIS WORSHIP MAYOR HARDIE 1913 1913 COUNCIL William son, McCambly, Lovering, Aird and McNabb. Mi 1 v ONE POLL TO COME London, Dec. confirmation of tiie published rumors of an acci-'j. dent to the Mauretania has been tained here or at Queenstown. the contrary, llir vessel reported by wireless at a distance of niilcs west oi Hrow Head at last nieht and no mention was made in the dispatch nf an accident of any I kind. Thc Mauretania sailed at j on Sunday morning from i Queenstown alter taking the mails j on hoard irom thi- tr.iin which ar-' rived at a.m. At the time of going to press no returns for the School Board- or for the Iron Works Bylaw had been received from Poll E. This is not expected to affect the final results. Doo- Thomson McKillop appear at this time to be the winners. WINDY DAY AT THE 'JAW Moose Jaw, Sask., Dec. I winds, voting was well ad Nnv York Sot I vallccli in thl> early hours today Two New Dec 9-Cunard line officials here said today that had undergone no mishap of any Kind and un cable dispatches bearing on ihc situation had been received. The ahsrr.cr- of any suc.h dispatch they intorprcti'd as .hearing out that the ship had mpt with nothing to interrupt her routiin; across the At- lantic. nve sciis. roils are open until 8 o'clock instead of five, as for- msrly. largely as a result of represent, ations made by thc Trades and La- bor Council. THE V GAEKWAR'S VIEWS HE'S A TROJAN FOR WORK THESE DAYS London. n.H-. The Gaek- war of Baroda. speaking of the proposed Indian naval gift. ca. b'i's that tht idon is but bristles with dlrficmltiiis. iHAiN iO.OOO VISITORS EXPECTED TO SEE THE FINE SHOWING THIS YEAR Guelph, Ont.. Pec. be- gan today, marking thc opening of! tlic 26th annual Ontario provincial i W. D L Hardie will be mayor of .Lethbridge In 1913 At the polls to- day the vote was very evenly split. The prognosticates were rather at t loss all day to teli how the vote was running. The surprise of the day was the run made by ex-CMef Giliejpie, who polled over the 300 mark. Mayor Hatch made a good run in the business district where he got his only majority. Here, was lower than last year when he rolled up a majority of 51. As expected North Lethbridge went :against Hatch, and both Hardie and Glllespie made I strong showing. For Aldermen, MeCambly and Lov- ering got the popular vote. Aird went back, 'but with a smaller vcte than many expected. McNabb polled a big majority in North Lethbridge, being supporied by the North Lethbridge Ratepayers' Association. The board results will fur- nish some surprises. Dooley led in the business district, although the vote there was very much split. In North Lethbridge, Thomson's majority was very large, assuring his election. Lethbridgc has made a good on its industrial policy by passing this Iron Works bylaw, and the council may feel that the people arc ready to give concessions within a reasonable limit for the encouragement of new industries. vote on commission form of government will no; be known until tomorrow. THE MAYORALTY RESULTS LAST YEAR WERE bodies of two men were found 01, thc C. P TJ I is and better iracks this morning, evidently haviii" I "liln "'cr npforc' an" Mill fcr an been struck by a passing train during! from oiilsidc! the night. One man was and j !10'n's The mark the other dying. were foi-ci-n-1 ls l'lllss is fill-; Klc'.'wooil ers. ami have not been Identified! '-an u 31 They had evidently come from smm as (oluinbia. j .Majority for Hatch ia. lumber ar come from some construction Hatch Stafford King IK i US 121 !f 'I .130 :it K3 6) ;