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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta nviWAY, DKCKMBIW o, THE HERALD PAGE FIVE is tie Election (By the Mah-bn-the-Street) Ai Ihe Central School the other infllil, Mr. Nim- mons slated Ihal he hardly knew whether lo vote for ('.race. Hamilton or Oliver. II struck the Man-oii-the-Slrcet lliul likely there were a lot ol other citizens who in the same boat as Mr. Niminons. So I have been doiiifj a little moling around since. And do I :lind? the City Charier provides that to be elected one of the candidates must receive over ol the votes casl. From a careful personal canvass the Man-on-the-Slreel believes, lhat be" elected on first choice ill be no one will ballots, and thai there NAVIGATION NOT YET CLOSED Oulutli, Uoc. dale for the close of navigation on tho Great Lukes again has been ft dot forward, and Instead of to- day, an formerly announced, the last '-oats will not leave Duluth until Monday or even later. Less than 150 Votes between High and Low Man and thai the nexl Commissioner of Public Works be linaily chosen on second c.hoice ballots. Yon know bow this is done. If when the lirsl choice ballols are all counted il is found Hint no one of the candidates lias received more than of the voles cost, then Hie candidate having least number of first choices is eliminated and bis ballols are liien distributed between Hie. other two, having regard only lo huw they arc marked as lo second choice. Plumping wil! do your candidate no good, and voting both lirsl and second choice will do him no 'harm, so il is.up to all voters to vole First Choice for One Candidate-and. Second Choice for Another The c.hoice between candidates is very largely a matter of choice between Mr. Grace and either one of the oilier two. Mr..Grace's adminislralion of the Works, Depa'iiiiient for tile past three years is on trial. What has he clone? The Man-on-lhe-Streel finds Ihal the average, voter thinks Ihal for Ihc city Mr. Grace has had little to do but draw his breath and a nice fat salary of Any other man in.the same- position would have done little more; as there was little else, lo do. So there is no choice between the three can- didates as lo lhat. The expenses of IhcvPtiblic-Works Department' have boon materially less the lasl Ihree years Ihan they were in Hie extravagant years preced- ing Mr" Grace claims credit for this. Credit lo whom credit is due. The average .citizen .Iclls the Man-on-the-Slreel that this is all bunk, and Ihal it was Mayor Hardic- who. silling -on the benah shot-gun in hand, held up expen- School Board that both the other Commis- sioners. Mi-.'Grace included, lo reduce the expen- diture in their departments to "the irreducible as Ihc mayor says. And it Mr. Hamilton or Mr. Oliver had been Commissioner in place of Mr. Grace they would have equally been subject to the dictates of Hie mayor when il came lo expenses. Thus they are all three equal on that count. the. Man-on-lhe-Slrcel is lold lhat Mr. Grace was three venrs-agq elected IP his present position as a member of the Hardic-Grace-Keid slate The machine elected the slate as a slate, and'iiol on individual merits of the different mem- bers thereof And the machine has since made the boast th it they could have elected man IhiA wished in the same manner. Even at that we hc-u tint Mi Grace was the lowest man and iLcened less turn 50% of the votes cast, even iflei TH possible second choices had been lo him Doubtless either of the present other two- cmduljles could have at that lime been elected 1 id Ihev been members of the slate. And so the. (act tint Mi Gi ice'was elected last lime is nothing' in Ins this lime. So 1 it ts Hit. Ma'ri-on-ilie-Strect lias been able to find out ihe gieal bulk of Ihe voters are unable to find anjlmni? in Mi past tluee tdnimistntion lhat appc Us lo them to ioi him i ilhei lhin Ihe olheis Fithu or Ihe olheis ippaiyillj could have done tqu ilh veil as did ftii Griec tlitic is in the mind ol mam Gin Pills banish backacho, no matter liow severe. The effect, understand, is not to numb the pain, but Gin Pills go right to tae source of the trouble, "tlie Kidneys, restoring tlio natural functions of thcso organs, and -with the blood purified, and Inflammation allajed, the pains disappear per- manently. 'FORTHER KIDNEYS Other indications that the kidneys are not purifying the blood stream pro- jerly are freciuent headaches, deposits In the urine, touches of rheumatism -to name hut a few ovry case calls for Gin Pills. !50c. a box, or 6 boxes for 52.50 at all druggists. Sample free if you write to National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited Toronto, Ont. S. IM. 202 Main St., Buffalo, h.Y- fit The members of the "Peg 0' My Heart" company, who were to have played-at the Majestic theatre today, At The Theatres Siwcc "HI "Ot iiormit locllty the: publication of uUtonsivi: umiotmri'- niuntti Tor tho theiitren. 'I'lic Pen 0' .My Heart company, wlik'li was to lmve slimvn lit till) Majestic loniplit. was in the! C. IJ. 11. wreck, anil tin; allow lias boon tuiicallcil. Jlollfy natil Tor tickets will lie refunded at the office. The lilrtll of a Nation will lie show.ii on Monday. At' Starhinil the feature picture is a Famous Player "Kolllns Stones." a Hploiulitl production. At the Kliilirosn the Chalice of Sor- row ttill he repeated. At the Orpheus the serial I'CK V the ring is on. The Paiitiijivs show for the. Orphe- llin .Monday is the best yet. It in- cludes the Imby elc'ihanl anil a kiil- liies matinee will lie given at I o'clock Monday. Two shows at night. WANTED--Every Lady in Canada to Know of 1 his 'Lighter Day Range w KITK TODAY for Illustrated from life booklet tolling about this wonderful labor and fuel- BRYAN'S LATEST PLATFORM played al me imtjusui; tnutiuu Uec. to were in the train wreck this morning, i he hopes to coinmiL the dem- and arc all so badly slKtKen up and and lo see accomplished injured that their scheduled perfor- mances have of necessity been can- celled." Among the members of the party v.u.Hii the next font- years were out- lined loniBht by William Jennings Bryan at a dinner uivoa in his honor rivim- it has been built lo standinx height 1 way WU1, Blowing-how the glass door on .he oven m-rinits von to sse foods baking at any hi, has bee npl.ecd high, to he In the inr't oi'tiic flames, heat instantly, thus doing away with the fuel waste of the old fashioned ranges. Secure vour copy of this book by writing at Clare BFOB. Western limited Makers of "Hccla" Furnaces Dcpt Z. WINNIPEG MAN. celled. Ainons nit-- meiuucin m ...o nrvan at Ji ninner yivea in ins company who suffered from iniurles am0ng demcicnitie offi- dtic to the wreck are Miss Dorothy mcnlbers of cousress. .N'a- La Vcrn. muscles of back strained and ho urged as badly shocked; -Miss Mabel Burring, i most important, and other causes on Licut.-Col. Taucrede Panqlielo, late commanding officer of the, bat- talion, Sloiltreal, is being tried by Court .Martial. lie is charged with appropriating fines imposed upon the men. German Police Methods A light is thrown on German po- i lice methods by a story in the Vos- i aische Zeitung, transmitted by Reu- ter from Amsterdam. A Berlin po- i llcemnn was attempting to arrange into a (iiiouo a crowd of potato ap- plicants, when he was attacked by an elderly woman. "The policeman i drew his" sword and wounded the woman, who with her liusuaml was then arrested." Perhaps the husband ventured on a meek protest. her through first and run her in afterwards seems to he the Herman motto. In a legal action at alleged that the. was making UOO per c PHOTO-PLATS P. R, E 5 >t T Element of Doubt is lo Mr. Grace is a safe man to entrust with the vmk lor the next three years, they heaid rumors of a calastrophy that utlcll the of the South Alberta Land Com- pun dmmgMr Grace's regime as Clnel Engineer loi them md they are not clear as to why Mr.. U ice h id lo le we that company. iko Inow that .recently Mr. Grace lias, i valuable asset in the Ashcrofl Lohl mine md they believe, lhat he has VIOLATED IHE IIRST PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC SERVICE m Ih il Ihc Gi tee mine has been, al-least lo some ixluil idnnnistercd from the city plliccs and In cih employees, the public is going to play this turn a TCSllU ".hngc silent vole wrll be polled ogainsl Mr. Graces lhat is how the Mm on Hit Street has it sized up. is lo Hit other-two candidates. Mr. Ohvei i 11 as a safe 'and con- Vutnlious mm with plenty of well sounding Uslimnmils bill the average Westerner takes lililcftlock in leslimonials. As-to Mr. average voter seems to be verv favorably "disposed toward him; ap- preciates'ihe good "work he did m 191J as on Mdernum and as ol Public illimies later; is the fair manner in which he approached public questions on his only mblic auiw'rimcc at IhexEemraJ School 'llmrsday and it now looks %'the fMa.n-oii-thc-Slreet at when Ihe. first choice Ballotsare counted on Monday nighl, Mr. Ilamillon will be at the head of lh.. poll, and that most ol Ihe voters w ho, IOP personal or other reasons vote loi-eilhei Mi. (u'.ce or Mr. Oliver, will vole second choice for 'llr. .Hamilton. Am I not 'Majestic i Tuesday. LIULIAN Birth of Theatre GISH a Nation" at the next Monday and Clean Without Rubbing Here is modern 6oap and the modern way of using Hakes of the purest essence of soap, making the creamiest of lathers in which even your very finest things are safely washed because they ore not rubbed just cleansed by gently stirring about. Try LUX and see foryoursclf. British made, by Lever Brothers Limited Toronto All grocers DONALDSON LINE From Sfeamcr Date nrtland CASSANDRA Dec. 16 Portland ATHENIA Dec. 26 I ar-e twin screw steamers eimni- ped with every modern conven- ience Tickets, and other mtunna- tion from any railroad or steamship agent, or H f. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granville St. Our plate choppers and Roller mills will not shake to pieces. They are built to last. build several sizes. G.KISCHEL Lcthbrids'e Jnni Works Toronto milk producers are taking steps to oiiittlli 52-50 for an eiglil- I gallon can or an increase of twenty- j five per coat. MON. 'ONLY LAST TIMES TONIGHT CHARiLES RICHMAN AND CATHERINE COUNTIES IN "THE IDLER" MONDAY AND TUESDAY GRUEBER'S ANIMALS Ilephantc, horse, pony and dog. A Big Attraction. 1 1 WILSON BROS. Comedians of Exceptional Abil- ity. See Them. GASTON PALMER Jugglers of High Degree. METROPOLITAN FIVE Ballads d' Amour RAY'AND EMMA DEAN the Joyful Pair MfDIIlW. TWO DAYS ONLY Basil S. Courtney Presents D. W. Griffith's 8th Wonder of the World NIGHTS AT 8.15 SHARP Peanut Matinee ON MONDAY A SPECIAL SHOW IN THE AFTERNOON AT 4 p.m. :AM children will'be admitted for 25c. Provided they bring a bag of peanuts, for Minnie, the elephant. Remember the peanut-matinee. Faur o'clock sharp. Evenings 7.30 and 9.30. ALL SEATS FOR AM- HOUR'PERFORMANCES' ARE NOW ON SALE At THEATRE BOX OFFICE. PHONE 1722. Nights Mat.pees 75c and 75c and" 50c. OWEN MOORE AND MAR- GUERITE COURTOT IN i "ROLLING (WHEUM Last Time SPECIAL WILLIAMSON SUBMARINE PICTURES First and Only Pictures Ever Taken at the Bottom of tfie-Sea to .be Sliown at n 14 1% Tues Wed SPECIAL MATINEE ON WEDNESDAY, 4p.m. Rm .Slimv Monsters of the Deep The Man Eating Sharks ThT Trtarlcing and Killing Ferocious Shark EXPLORING SUNKEN SHIPS. NATIVES DIVING POR COINS. HOW SPONGES ARE SECURED, ETC., ETC, A 1000 WONDERS OF THE MIGHTY DEEP COME AND TAKE A TRIP ALONG THE FLOOR OF THE OCEAN Matinee ChildreuloC, Adults2.C ;