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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. December THE DAILY HERALD D9 PRICES CREAM BAKING POWDER A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Indispensable to best saves complaints at table VOTE ON COMMISSION GOVERNMENT POLLING BOOTHS "Choice A Tottl Hardie is Mayor (Continued frbm (rout Who's Who Among the Favored Ones dnti! ho would have had lo poll 57U (Continued from (rant votcii. Till- winner, Mr. liardic, was: 12-1 yotes helow this number, Mayor lias been identified business pro- Hatch was 201 hulow, wliilc Kx-Chief was to1'- (lllbispic was 252 below the majority IfllE lint if none of the mayoralty can- The University ol Alberta has de- cided on an extensive course in its iiierly a president of the Kusincss i extra-mural work, and a series ol JMen's Association. Al present lie' university extension lectures are to occupies the post of president of the be' given this winter at different Hoard of Trade. Mr. McKillop is a points throughout the province. In didate-s bad a majority vote, the Uvo member of North Star Masonic Lodge the program Lethbridge has been giv- popnlar aldcrmanic candidates got and also a member of tho Shrine of en a prominent place an.l the fol- them with plenty to spare. W. .1. McC'ambly, the 'big C.P.H. locomo- live engineer, rolleti up a majority Khartoun, Winnipeg. R. V. Doolcv lowing dates have been fixed Fri- day, Dec. 13 Friday, Jan. in Fri- njin-u uji iv inujuiii.} .1 r, day, -Ian. 2ri Friday, Feb. 7 V n- of 158 over the ball way mark, while !''rncst "ustee-clegt, Feb. 21, anclvFriilay, Mar. Dr. [.ovcdng, witJi 718 votes, was has ll'e past fiiteen. years in: u js regrettablc. that more were polled in the "mayoralty con-1 Ur- Thompson work in the universities of Europe test. The number polled 'this year is] Or. It. Thompson, school for several ;yenrs. iirid particularly about one-third ol the number of f rustcc-eicct. the well known local unllt't litiiherford, the most emi- names on the assessment roll. Such physician and surgeon, came to l.eth- ".ent authority on radium and one of The Preient lit Form of 2nd. Government 1 3 0. 1 44 6 11 correct figures on the Iron Works' bylaw, according to the. count this morning, were 72S lor and 188 against. This gives a maioritv ol 116 over the required two-thirds vole. Prownt Council with 1st CommlHlAn Appointed 2nd my the' Council 20 8 5 8 12 S3 WORKS BYLAW Prtwnt Council with CommlMion Clecttd 2nd N 14 10 8 13 37 82 Poll For Against A lOn Cemmlnlon 2nd 2 5 0 7 11 25 B 102 43 C 133 48 D 130 51 7211 208 t-ff Maj. for bylaw, 518. ft