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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1909. TO THE ELECTORS OF LE H BR5DCH ARTHUR FRAYNE Having accepted iherebv solicit vote and innu-, eaco in the cowing municipal elec-, elected I shall endeavor to the j 3 best of ray ability to further the in- rerests of this part of the city m pro-; ft curing the necessary improvements. but at the same time having the in- terest and welfare of the whole city Having stated my views or plat-; ?o-m at'the different public meeting; called I will not go to the length 01 publishing ic. Thanking you for the support you may see fit to give me. I remain, yours, ARTHUR FRAYNE. 304 Candidates Before the OUTSIDE Ward Electors in DISTRiCT IS (Continued From Front Page) i of the city should be separate as dis- j tinct businesses, not to make profits! but to give the pupils advantage of their good management. Records and accounts should be kept so that _, i a balance could be struck at any time i and the people could fmd out whether I District No. 2 secures the leader-j t tnc departments were on a paying ship in the contest today, two con- LEADING Sally Herald Market Place you have anything 10 seJI or to rent place it in this column. If you want anything use this co I tun a. 25c ooe insertion 6 for SI VACANT PKOPEttTV FOR 3ALF FOR acres of choice land in TWnsiup 4 Range 13. All can be steam plowed. Will sell on crop pay- ments with cash payment down. Price per acre. Apply Box M.N., Her- ald olllce. 05-6 FOR ranches from I'O acres and upwards, within ten miles of New Westminster, B. C.. at low prices. Write to Cook Ross, Front St., New Westminster, B. C., for particulars. JOS-Sfi basis or not. testants in this district depositing run too high. Anybody could improvements if ihi-y paid He didn't think the taxes should be the same number of certificates and holding first and second places respcc- lively, besides the post of honor. A them but they would kick there. He Candidate in goes from third 'had always in favor of improving to lirst Position. Another contest- That is" where ant in lhis district increases her FOR a bargain. A nice new six roomed house on Burdett St. south of London road. Has good cel- lar and furnace, and plumbing all done ready for the water. Price for immediate sale Terms AD- girl for up-j ply The Canadian Real Estate" Co stairs work. Apply Balmoral hotel. Room Bryan Block Phone "11 05 G 305-0 I. girl for light house Apply to Mrs. J. Ashcroft, 504 Uoiapas St. 305-G girl or ina-de for the city. He score from lo 22'000 and j nma .experienced, for boarding house. REX VIRTUE Ladies and Gentlemen: i g 1 beg to Inform you tli.it 1 ani a can-; didate for Alderman zit the cosu.ng g election. If you think 1 am worthy and able S'.Tvins you such I this opportunity of asking you to vou> r'or mo. Yours laitiuuliv. I ;n KKX VIRTUE- 30-1-5 i 2 We have just receivetl cors of all kinds of BEDS, NGS and MATIR3SES from the East to be so believed in administration for the from thirteenth to tenth place, j ilust sleep at home. 701 Bompas St. ralcpavi-rs at large in a straight bus- A votl? of District No. 2 al-j_________________ wi" a candidate to move from fit- 'IKS- Wa-" r.fth general Arthur Fravne FOR acres of the south half of Section 13. Tp. 7. Range 21. W. ;Jth. i Price per acre. f ot: Toi-ms. The Alberta Securities (Lim- jUo-l) i ....__ ;U'onlh t0 fifth plaCC' "A Christmas Present" mages C. s.. Herald. P 1 n y once, one good pluin'o- T. also one good tinsmith. J. H. Crive. Maclt-od, Alta. JAMES ASHCROFT To the Electors of Loahbridge: Having consented to be a cancu- j date for alderman and having pre-, vlously served in the Council. 1 always use my '-best ability to serve j o the best interests of the City at large. Tarn in favor of an overhead bridge crossing the tracks somewhere near Coutts street for the benefit of tbs. citizens on the north side of the track. If elected I sholl use my endeavors to further the progress which has been going on steadily for the past two years. Thanking you in anticipation of your influence. I remain. Yours truly, 305-3 J- ASHCROFT. F. W. BROWN Lethbridge, Dec. S. To the General Public: In view of the fact that I am a candidate for membership in the coun- cil of the City of Lethbridge, I take this method of expressing my views as to the government of a progressive city like Lethbridge. i st GOVERNMENT BY AN APPOINTED COMMISSION, selected and appointed on probation for six months, after which probation tbe Commissioners go before the peo- ple for approval. In this I must sug- gest that more interest will have to be shown by the rate payers than been the case heretofore. Ways and Means commit- tee to be appointed by the Mayor, of six capable men. three from the Coun- BEDS, 3UTTKESSES from iLSO of all kinds, which ni be cleared. Prices from up Don't Fail to give us a loas we can guarantee bargains to evi purchaser STOVES AND BEiRS 35 PER he i Arthur Fravne the last alder-, manic candidate to spfiik. The chair- H you patronize Santa Claus in the j man explained in introducing him contest you will not only i that the rumor that he was unquali- makc a canduiate s heart "leap" for j oi- clyLl aild courtlaiid Sis. 3'J3-G lied was entirely unfounded. J0-v'' but Sel mom-y's worth as He thought thuo siiould be more wel1- Suppo.-x- uve friends cluij to-.; and better crossing between the two Scther and-each give a year's sub-; pans of the citv and favored the scripnon (new) lor ihe Daily Hi-rald. j bridae on Coutts" Street. It was '1 hat would mean regular votes easy to build that if the C.P.R. did and m a club- any more land there than more votes-Sii.OOO in all. oldin0'. li a street rail- continuous subscription for P way started then there would need to the Daily Herald from one I be a subway or bridge on West-min- Person, if new, would give a candidate] girl for small fam- i 6ier Road. He would favor having votes (3000 for the first year ily. Apply to. 612 Glyn St. 06-6 the land west of Westminster Road and 6000 for each of the remain ing 8 i brought into direct Saxation and then which with the for i ihe people there could expect im- the Club, would net votes for j provements. It would be better if' this one subscription alone. The sec- j the district north of McKay street year's payment, for both new and j and west of Westminster Road could old subscriptions, calls for double the also be brought in. He thought that number of votes given for the first more lights should have been put ia 7ear- The third, fourth and fifth the North Ward than had been done, j year brings as many votes as the seo They had asked for lights for the last jond. servant, ;-TT> c; r i.- or- Per month. No washing. -n, W f, 3' 301-0 U'-n (Good.) Price per acre. Terms, ia Securities The Alber- j-Oli fine residence Jots, close in. Also some business -to handle the affairs of the City to .be submitted to the people for their approval. The Electric Light and Water Works' departments to be immediate- ly placed on an independent basis, books and records to be kept in synoptic form so that any citizen may. if be wishes to strike a balance at any time and know where your mun- icipal owned plants stand he can do so. If they show a loss at any time. remedy the fault at once, don't wait until the end of the month, year or for a new Council, as the fellow says DO IT NOW. Excuses of any kind for failure to keep records in proper .shape should not be tolerated. 4th. The paving of the business v section, the extension of waterworks sewers, etc. to the outlying districts. 5th. The building of a street rail- way at the earliest practicable mo- ment. Or, if outside capital can be anyhow, whether they voted for him or not. Robert Nimnions for Trustee WEST LAND REGULATIONS WANTED By a well educated gentle- man (German) 29 years, position as He passed the German Business College. Hamburg, is thor- oughly familiar with counting house duties, able to take charge of books and correspondence in the English. and German language. Unexception- able testimonials can be Adress P. 0. Box 1940. produced. Opposite tTerald Office induced to build same under a fran- chise that would permit the City to confiscate and operate the road in case of failure on the part of the company to fulfill its obligations. For the City to have absolute control as io maximum rate of fare both inside the city and outside. In this way 1 do not consider that the City would loosen up any of its hold on the street: but would be in a position to dictate and not be dictated to. In conclusion 1 might say that I could sit here a month and show what TELL i Any person who is the sole head of _ y.. a family, or any male over 18 years Robert Nrmmons stated that he ;old> may homestead a quarter-section v.-ould speak as a candidate for school of available Dominion land in Mani- trustee. The claim he had to ask for j.toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The that position was that the people of! applicant ruust appear in person at ,the North Ward were entitled to Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- T mu 'Ageacv tor the district. Entry by reservation on tha board. The North may fae Ward had half 'as many pupils going! On certain conditions by father, to school as there were in the other i ther, son, daughter, brother or sister icily and a considerable share of homesteader, money was spent there. He could months' residence upon TO RENT Jas. W. OeoltDn WOMAN THREATENS TO Cincinnati, Dec. lO.-The j cultivation of the land in each shortage of in the Big Pour deyote the necessary time for the du- f thrpe yeurg_ A homesteader may fty. with the company's form- er treasurer. Charles L. Warriner. Candidate for Council 1910-11 3 charged, came before the grand _____ ury again today for investigation. is expected another iziictruent will ty of-trustee and would do so if the people felt that the North Ward was entitled to representation.. A vote of thanks was tendered to the chairman at the conclusion of the If elected my ambition will ;e on Mrs_ jeannetle spc-akine; tor fulfilling; his -duties in be to "Make jtewart, the "woman in the the able manner that he had. The through her attorney making threat Your vote and influence? telling all she knows and declar- rcspectfully solicited. that men "higher up" are involv- "i. method of marking the ballots was also explained to the audience. list. 23 years experience in dramat- jic, vaudeville and concert business. believe in the city keeping _pace_ the latest dance music supplied, the growth of the population, accepted. MISS NORMAN, branches of necessary improvemateacner Of dancing. G22 Crabb S- All my interests are centered; 306_VG Lethbridge and if elected I BIG INCREASE IN EARNINGS pian! Montreal, Dec. C. P. R. deavor to use n advancement of ter-ests at large. the 1 now leave myself in the hands. the and if you see give me your support I shall to prove "myself worthy of your cq OR class tinlon music. Music for all occas- ions. For particulars, phone 298. denes. 305-3 Yours very truly, ERNEST A. SHARM-j has been done in other places, but ______ excuse IKC I prefer to be original as: __ we have as capable men as are! BIG PRICE FOR HOGS anywhere on the American continent! St. Louis. Mo.. Doc. hi: right here in Lethbridge who arc est recordr-d price for hogs Jn pable of originating nnd not copying: market was exceeded at We don't, want any other place's form j stock yards today when a of government. We want our own' drecl was for some fine and" if we are not capable of figuring; nions. Nothing approaching rhis t out our own destiny, we are a poor I been known in open market here sic bunch- It is all well enough to raise j the year ISM. Satan's homo', sling mud :if. men have given you their time gratis nnd do thp best, they know how ami when it comes to voting on a very import- ant piece- of legislation, 10 coin.. of your tnrn or.t to vote. Gentlemen, t'.io wliolc- tViul; in slack governnu'nt if such is cuso. is the absolute indifference of the peo- ple. Now, if my views coincide with yours, vote for mo next. Monday, it: not. don't you do ir for I am going to make a hard fight to accomplish the above. Yours verv sincerolv. earnings for the week ending Dec. 11 were: an increase of 000. Book your seats early for "Our New Girl" at the Lyceum tonight. SNOW !N GERMANY Munich. Doc. Snow 1'nli a M'reui favtii througliout. souths riiutny as a result :ill niibv today is dehiyod many hoii Soir.o trains have be e Famous SUN So Does thit PeSace Siiieing Parlor Ladies1' and Gents' Shoes Shined. The only exclusive shoe shining paricr in the city, if you can't come send your shoes. Satisfaction guaran- teed. trial OLIVER SLOCK ROUND STREET .t. live within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him cv by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother Or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties reside six months in each of six years from date of en- try (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhaust his homestead right and cannot tain a pre-emption may take chased homestead ni Price per acre. Dr reside six months in ?a three years, cultivate fifty acres ?.jd erect a house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, Canada. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. TO for one gentleman. Apply 1002 Baroness Road. 303-6 TO and suites of of- fices in the Sherlock Fireproof Build- ing. Heat, elevatpr aud janitoring free. 87. Apply R. E. Sherlock. Box 233-25 TO fully modern house on Ernest St., close to Dufferin. Ap- ply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. D7-O TO room, or can ,-irrange to let suite of two rooms, in Sadowski Block. Apply J. B. Kelsey. Shepard Block, evenings only, or the Canadian Real Estate Co'., Bryan Block. FO.. in North Ward 6 rooms. Close to Ry. track. Will' sell completely furnished on small payment down and easy payments. Apply p. monthly Box 29J-O-I FOR SALE-Four lots, 75x40 eati north of London Road and west or Westminster Road, five minutes' walk irom Central school. ?200 each oa Adjoining lots sell for exchange for teams for sale large heating ProotJ1 Apply H. 304-5 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS At f place- pp. Herald office. a pressing ladies' City Dye Works. 393-6 Vv let contract to drill veil 7 miles from Barons. Bert C Proteman gen. del. Or Apply The Illinois Alberta Realty Co. and gents' cast off clotmr.g, shoes, hats, guns and musical instruments, trunks, stoves and xal- ises, and second hand furniture. Apply to the Harvard Tailorin Crabb St. P. 0. Box 2094 Co., S3 297-12 Land. Want one- half section or more black loam best clay subsoil, guaranteed under fa- vorable season and best cultivated conditions to yield 40 bu. wheat Witfa- n 5 miles of elevator. Must be lerel A-ild or cultivated. State spot cask pnce. Ernest Perry, Gen. Delivery Calgary, Alta. for collections. Ve are getting the money for others vny not for you. Lethbridge Special- y Co., Box 2053, Pnone 439. ROOM Shepard Block. TO and board, suitable I for two respectable men. Must be sober. Apply Mrs. R. Adam, 1221 Fisher St. 302-6 TO room, bath aad fur nace. close in. Gentlemen preferred Apply 812 Courtland street. 304-6 Orders Promptly Delivered iliac AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, Dist. 2T-i P.O. Box 5j Orders in Early ANNOUNCEMENT will open a first class ROOM Sunday Dec. 12. at 701 Bompas St., cor. Glyn St. Oysters and n home cooked din- ner -will he served from 6 to S p.m. and 50c. TabSa per week. Home cooking-. Good service, cleplione IOT for Sunday dinner TO large furnished .front room suitable for two gentlemen. Hot air heated. Apply 1248 Bompas St. east of barracks. 304-6 TO or single, in, BSW modern house where there are no' children. Apply at Mrs. S. Kelwig. Earnest St. 30'4-6 TO roomed house with j stable on Westminster Road, near Westminster school. Rental per month. Apply L. S. Ripley. 'Office 8, Macdonald Block. c reservations. Alberta I HIDES, PELTS, Wanted at FUR; orn er Limited ERNEST A. SHARMAN To the Ratepayers of the City of Lfithbridge: and ;i yoiinjx man I may almost call myself an old timer, having been a citizen of Lothbridgc since April, 1S03. It was Tv-ith my sanction that I was 405 Smith St., J nominated as n. candidate and I do j__________ not hesitate to say that I would con-j sider it a great honor to he elected tws HAY AND FEFOR SALE done promptly -jnd Satisfactorily JOHN BROBIE M. SALE FOR hotel barber shop, with one year's lease, cash, best stand in. Alberta. Good business. Good reasons for selling. Roy Hag- gins. Box 3, Alberta. 04-f} TO to rent 20 reet by 30 feet behind Hill Block. Apply E. J. Hill Co. -J06-5 FOR rooms for light housekeeping next to Windsor Hotel. Also stable. Apply C. P. Kroning. in a house with all conveniences 425 Bartlett St. Apply 307-6 LOST AND FOUND Currie's pasture, 7 miles east of Lethbridge, about Oct 1 one iron grey filly and one dark iar gelding, each coming two years oli and branded K2 on left thigh. Tea dollars reward for delivery to Bur- neli Furman's Livery Stable LetM- bridge. 3li.s lady's small brown purse containing in tbe Hudson's Bay store about S p.m. Saturday 4th Dec, 1909. Leave 1002 Baroness Road. 6S-S gold size 6. hunting case. Finder please call at 529 Bartlett street for reward. G. Schimnour. 303-i yearling one white steer and 1 red heifer, one red ind white heifer branded inverted V over JF on right hip. Send informa- tion to Box 56S, Lethbridge. 302-6 filled Waltham watch 17 jewels, monogram. Call at Herald Office. 304-6 For a first-class job in CLEANING AND DYEING Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call Crown organ. cash I MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO and in- surance on farm and city property The Southern Alberta Loan" and In- vestment Co., Bryan Block Ground Floor. 9. T-XX !ar'd a rnonth for four "months MONEY TO pay rent CI1Y DYE WORKS buy this feeautiful instrument. Ap- wbea we can let you have monev Phone 353 ply to A. L. Spurrier, 305 Crabb St. Nominate a Candidate for the -__JFC-. building suitable for store, good location, close to the mine. Apply Box 460. Lethbridge. 302-6 X' enough to build your own house at 6_ per cent. We loan money on" all kinds of city property, on terms that I am credited by those who' know j me as bt'ing a creat. optimist in this City's future progress. T heartily endorse Mayor Adams' address to the ratepayers at. the meeting held in the Caledonian Hall on the everting of December 4th and lay particular j stress on the great necessity of a