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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, 'DECEMBER -II, 1914 tke Market Piacf for "WANTS" Fajficius for Bringmg bot them and be REASONS WHY TRADES AND LABOH COUNCIL CANDIDATES SHOULD BE ELECTED TO THE SCHOOL BOARD To the Electors Ladies and Gentlemen: The time having arrived for the election of three Trustees for the electoral district. nl.. we, the members of the Trades and Labor Council, representing a large proportion of Uie parents of children attending the public schools, have decided to place two candidates in the field to. represent us. Having fajvCH this step, and owing to the vital'issues at" stake, weappcal' to you for your support. Not .having any .automobiles or rigs in which to conveyryou! rely on your hearty co-operation, turd1 hope cars, or even, if necessary, walk to the polls. Our platform is grven belo.w; and -we honestly be- '-lieve.-'tnat every plank in iMs for the greatest good for. the' greatest number. Our candidates, Win. H. Peebles and %V. "Afford, are both men you all know, and whom we confidently recommend as men who are pre- pared- to always study the education pf-ypur children. We therefore nsk again for your vole and interest, both .before and on election day, which is Monday, December 14th, between the hours of pjru 1. Free dental and optical rtreatment to as authorized by the'school medical "inspec- tor. "2. yaccination to be optional. 3. Working toward the obtaining of free text hooks and supplies to all children. Publication of an itemized quarterly statement in connection with expenditure the Manual .Training School. 5. All Board meetings to be open to'the public. 6. Donation of all the products of the Domestic 'Sci'ence classes both day and night, to necessitous school children. 7. All vacancies for salaried positions shall be ad- vertised. 8. All school supplies to be tendered fori 9. We do not advocate the. dismissal of anyone is found to be but if it .is fountHipoii JnvestigationTtfiat1 certain fluous, we certainly -will see that their services are dis- pensed with. 'Respectfully submitted. Yours for the good of the Ratepayers. THE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. Vote John Gilmore for School Trustee ALLIAlKED CONTINUED evetj1 rate of 5.7 instead 'Of. I am 'elected.' 'i will t? hy any" lobofuiiion hoara .oi trade. H you elect a man, you elect'him. not to carry out every .Tom, .Dick-and hut to take a'nrm stand e.-i his own in- itiative to tio %vhat-he jjelicvcs is in Hie interests of the said the doctor. At the close ot the last address, Jlr. Wallace, one of the sitting mem- uu mm hers of the hoard, anil one, who has the had years oi .asporlente in 'school iVriT and hoard matters; save'.'a 'lull, concise ,1 i ami satisfactory ?xplanation of ;t-he. F rivland way about year's bl- thoi atti- matter otpnomy the hoard hail taken on every; Im excrcfanat'-ali-'times. He -vital .question. iid been A question then opened, for d 1 Vc ars'Vis- and ana although some of the gmgcr was knew LEeit'v .'were good ..ta en out hy hn.'ing the questions trustees and wlio wke:, Mr. Ox- (.written., many of-thcm were very per- Juu Kinrat nnil imnnrt.nnt. Mayor Hardie pijitlo'r'm Jis re- and on 10 say wcfild'dp, _ likviilnc. -fiti ftil> W. Allord uorted ou x went on to bay horse with Imltor on, weight about 1100. MarltB on him: Both hind legs white about to ankle, Blmrp shoes on front feet; Mack short slmpo full. Howard tor return to Joe Buibltek, Diamond City. brooch with horBoshoe and Chinese monogram on it. finder please leave same at store re'-yard. Will Jliss aiid receive LOST-r-A .black leather folding pock- at cnse containing post office receipts: Finder kindly return to B. J. Tickner, JVesUntastor Store, 13Ui St. ward givea. SITUATIONS VACANT J the -''-1 raUCti Ultu VVIIICIIU L'uuac La'or platform 'andTsnlkined some who'did pny up; would he.-.paying for that had been -misunderstood.. the uncoilecteii; taxes. i, re art to vaccination, he the platform witirthe speakers tvhit saiA-on-' Tuesday, and were J. H. Fleetvroody Dr. ,R. B. added that" as there were C. Thompson and H. 1'. Wallace. doctors and druggists on the school loard, the people could not hope to set optional vaccination. Mr. Peebles is at ail times ecdBolnire. 'iherc is no more need lor: than at any other time. Extrava- gance is not 'to '.te by him, there' .-ji a money stringency, is: no reason why monev s, n-e snouhThiidst or.-ihipair.t-he possibilities of, our children, greatest asset ;the British Empire; Steamship Met Office SAFETY SREED x SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamen x middle aged woman, sick or maternity nursing or housekeeping. Mrs. Rogers, P.O. Box 340 or Phone 1418. '1 stand for economy with, the .highest not for false economy and E. To the Voters of the Lethbridge School District: Ladies and I ask for your'vote and influence lo elect nis r.: Trustee for the coming yean I do not promise to dis- miss half your staff; this is not economy. If you are getting an efficient management at the least possible cost, you have no cause lo complain.'' Kernembur, that if you stint the child's education for the sake of a POS- SIBLE saving of a quarter of a mjll on your next year's taxes, in after years the child will be the sufferer. I have been connected .Tfitbr'the Schools for eight years, and am fully acquainted with the duties and responsibilities- of a Trustee." Yours truly, E.OXLAND NORTH SIDE .CANDIDATE John (Hlmore, one oi the Jvortn Lethuridge candidates said, in addi- tion to giving his. platform, that by usins up tb.5 surplus, the rate could be. cut by. two mills. He thought that the cost oi iree, medical treatment to the school board 'would he prohibi- tive. He advocated the purchase 01 supplies hv wholesale. J R Oliver, the next speaker, stated that the financis! statements were not reliable, and .that therefore he could not discuss the financial as- pect. He stood on the same ground as -Mi. Davidson in regard to school clficiais, and said that, there was no doubt but what- tiey needs! adjust- ment. SOME STILL HEDGING.. Mr. Davidson thought that some of the candidates were: still 'hedging on the vital they were not coming out and giving -any idea oi whit they would do ii elected. He granted what every, other speaker nith regard to the importance 01 the schools but thought there I was urgent need lor economn J Conn t expect thit lou will believe man tne ouic camiroave TVho do not tale a firm stand, are- sincere, when the} have rio platform said ho. "I come to you .with the propo- sition that' the schools can he run ior Just .as -efficiently as they have been in the past with 5120 1 and u you want that vote- for me STATEMENT PUNK I John Scott was of the opinion that the same efficiency could be main- taned and the'.expenditure' cut. He ridiculed the financial statement ed in .the city clerk's office by- the i secretary-treasurer. "Not many of' vo'j'have'seen it, hut you wouldn't j te any the wiser vou had "Ur i Sc tt also criticised tht secretart treasurer for. a iacl of alacrity in1 giving out iniormation He can find it very convenient to he busy when am information is said he IS 13SSENTI4L Dr Lovermg again pointed out the of a kicker on tie board and appealed on his past record as one who had always scrutinized every expenditure He ventured the opinion that the Herald's, 'circulation, had dropped 25 per cent, since term on the citv council had expired Ii Allan Line Royal Mall..Steamers. Line to Havre. White -News York' anu 'an service-' Cunard Line. and'-CaoaiJ- 'an service. Canadian Nortnirn Royal Mail Steamers. Dooaldaon Una to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow. Buy your tickets-where you Bet ycur train. S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. K. Ticket Agont.' Lethbridge. FOfcSALE 18 head of Tnbraughb'reci Ram- bouillct Rams in good condition for breeding purposes. Price pel- liead See or write: K. C. Harvey Breeder of and Dealer in Sheep RAYMOND ALTA WANTED Everybody to see the Range that I am giving away. C. W, GRAY, Hardware Store p" TO RENT TO in Stratlicona Court, fully "modern including gas range and ali conveniences. Apply C B 'Bowman'Agency, Acadla Bllt.-305-O TO house, fullj equipped and ready to occupy. Will rent for -hoard aud room, if interest- ed Phone 1402 or 1338 after 6 p.m 1 TO In the Victoria Mansions, 'one furnished .bedroom with bcth, free use. of .community, Ijitehen and laun- dry; rent per. .month. Also fur- suite, all .conveniences, with three rooms, could he arranged for light housekeeping; rent pet month. Apply Mansions OQice, Third Avenue S., Phone G36. 304-H3 "V PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Office Office Stables 1163 462 1664 rent, good small house by: good tenant Eitate price >nd location to Herald. rent -b or 6 roomed- furnished cottage on south side, j young married couple. References. JLPP'JV tq Box 100 Herald 3026 'CANTED :four ior five, roomed modern, cottage. Please give particulars and terms to bos .24 Her- ald: TO One furnished bungalow, 7 rooms with all modern conveniences a very comfortable home for the win- ter centrally located, corner Third Avenue and Tenth Street South! Ap- I ply 'to the Victoria Mansions Office, ['phone 636. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- KM. Holmes craduate of the Peuhsylvnula Ortho- iledlcal Massago and Gymnastics Electri- cal' Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham- pooing Treatments by ap- pointment only. Room 1. Hull Blk. PRIVATE PRIVATE' HOSPITAL Mrs. van Haarlem's1 Private Hospital and Maternity ilomo.-''Special rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phono 740. NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LES- SONS .Mlsa Phone 783. 14th Ave. S. KINS EDWARD'S SCHOOL-Cran. brook. C. Headmistress. Miss V. M Cherrington. Boarding scnool tor girls nnd young .boys. Bracing mountain climate. 'Poll High School eurrlciiluo.1 ShortiVud; Stenography and: al attention given to Drawing. Sketch-. tag from nature, etc Write tor orcicectus S5T-iO PUBLIC lAisl H Brown, 415 5fe Hours 10 to 12 1 to 5 or by- appointment Tel? phone iqptf RESlddnceTaoznao W L McKENZIF Co Electrical Dealers Contricto-s Phone 637 706 Third irenue Soutlt.___________ PRODUCTS HAY GRAIN, POTATOES fil GRAIN SACKS-WloiSaS! retail Phone or us special carload Juototlonl jrfe.teUib-Jdge Woy burn Co XlBtftartCommtslon Her cl-mta 1362 1st >ve- LefcBrtage, Alberts Phono 111? FURS CLBAfltD dressed, and alter ed and RfSMred Cleaning pmssinB and repairing ot all kinds Special attention given to oat of ord era Slrilfe made to measure D The Tailor, I 410 5th St, S Phone 10EC Alta Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone1386 Careful and Prompt-Service MISCELLANEOUS "WANTS store or grocery. I have Alberta farm lands or agree ments of sale. P. 0. Box 431, Cal- gary, Albertai- you, looking, for cash.? Wanted to purchase for cash only, furniture, stock of merchandise, etc. could also handle carloads of potatoes jLet ine know what yon have to dis- pose of. Particulars by letter to Box 9 Herald office. WANTED Live .steick; .offer. mort- gage agreements of sale, -clear -pro- perty or oil stocks. P. O. Box 1218 .Calgary, Alta. Ii IEOR trade four Cal gary lots within'city limits'for horses or cattle H. Grotzer, Rocltyford, Al- berta _ store or grocery. I have Alberta farm lands. or agree- ments of sale. -P. O. Box 431, Cat. gary, Alberta. Excursions Extern Canada, Great Britain "and United States, TICKETS ON SALE To EASTERN CANADA ind UNITED STATES Dally to Dec 31, 1914 (Limit Three Months) TO GREAT BRITAIN to Dee 31 (Limit I He Months) EVERY FACILITY FOR A TRIP IN COMFOBT Standard and Tourist Sleepma Cars, Compartment gtaervAon Can, Coaches Excellent Dining Car Service A FEW FARES EASTERN CANADA Toronto Hamilton, Sarnia a Windtor v t. Montreal, Belleville Kingston nV Quebec St John and Monoton Duluth' Chicago- Kansas City Low rates to other points in Illinois Iowa Missouri Nebraska t and Wisconsin. CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENTS AUL STEAMSHIP LINES Further InforinaUon onfall excursions from S B Mifchell, Depot aieket R DAW8ON, District Passenger Calgary LAND FOR SALE_____j Alberta ranches and. farms. Offer-B. C. fruit. lands, city property oil stocks We irade I even thin z; Wittichen Heal Estate .Co., -Calgary, Alberta.' FOR Columbia fruit land. I-have 10 acres at Burton, clear title for clear quarter. P. 0. Bos -431, Calgary, Alberta. GREEN GRASS all winter on the farming lands :adjacent to Vancouver. acre tracts iu tills district of j fered foi forced sale, excellent berrj orchard and vegetable land, .fine loca- jtion for.chicken-raising, electric sub- !urban and steam railway, well -set- Hied community, fine auto-roads. t 4.year terms. Rogers, Black McAlpine, Vancomer BC JOIN THE RED CROSS SOCIETY i you can help the Red Cross society by becoming a member The ree is small only 12 p" annum for active members and per annum lor SlgnThe form below, put the money IB an envelope "d mail It or take It to Donnaa, Building or W H. Seatle, treasuwr, Imperial or Jonn Torwuce, The Herald i COUPON Please enroll my as actitve (or associate) membar ol ttB Red Cross aociety, tor which I eactoie my fee Address. EXCURSIONS Vancomer, Victoria, and Nfew Westminster, 'B. C. Round trip from Lethbrldgt, Tickets on Dec. 10, 11, -12; Jan. 15, 16, 17, 1C; 'Feb. 10, 11. Return Limit April 30th, 1915. S. B. MITCHELL Ticket Agent, Lethbrldje, R. DAVVBON, District Pmengsr Agent, Calgary. I DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR -OLD clothes. Mrs.. Owen Sullivan will keep Went-in perfect condition from hatfto liose Ex- pert.mending and remodeling. Paclf- ages called for and.delivered. 123S 3rd Ave. South. Miscellaneous for Sale I FOR futures and ..window fixtures installed In store, formerly I occupied by J T Petts 3rd Ave Ap j ply at store at once MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Qfflco 314 Third Avenue Phono. 1263. DR. Sherlock .Block. Residence 1266 Sixth 'avenue, onico hours 11-12; l-O1; 7-8.80. pfflce phono 319; Residence 1090. DR. C C CRAGG goon, Accoucher. Office at resideneo' corner 5tii' South and1 7th Street South. 'Hours: S-9, 1-3; 7 to S.30. Phone 1208. DR. Bye, Nose, and. Throat; Dominion Building, i Ofllce hours lS.00 to 12.00; 2-6; evenings, liy appointment. Phones, Office Resideneo 693. (_ J. OR. M. J. of Royal College of Dental holder of Dental Certificate. Koorna 6. Brjan PhoneM07l. DR. L, T. fsuccessor to Drs. Courtlee uate University of Maryland. Rooms S and 9, JIacdonald Block. .Plipne 1165, Lethbrldge, '-A.lta. URS. MARflSrtNp to'Drs. Stevfart and Me- Clore. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hlg- __Inhotham Block. Phong 37.4. DR. E. G. ber o( Royal Collese of Surgeons. Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London) 1900. Hours: n-12; J.5. Offlre: Poit Hlglnhotham' Block. LETHBRIDQE- VI'AVI (The Herbal System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Nurnber ]3 Hull Block. Hours 4-to 6 p.m. Jaily. 10 to 4 Saturday, or. by .appointment. Miss E. S. Cook. _ PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay. PIANO TUNING G. H. CHJPPS, EXPERT Fiayer-Piano and Organ repairer; years factory esporienee. Hon- Certlflcate -MT.- Aasn. Ijondon, England.. Reference to the leading .musicians, of tho Phone 1168. fib ATP A Eolith SUHVEYING DUFF 4 M Ed. wards. Dominion, Al- fcerca Siirreyor; Dbnalif Ay Duff, hhie las, civil finjElnenfimr and'land Sutte .265 Sherlock AVft" d-ff. ADCTIONEER. FOR delivery hob sleigh and bae. straight 'runner, going cheap for cash Sleighs built to order also skates sharpened ind wocd split pill less Apply K A Harding black "Blith 1101 4th Ave N FOB ot heavy bob sleighs Apply to W Watt, 632 12th St South FOR- :'SAL-E roomed- cottage with '-lean-to, jto be snap for quick sale. Room 310 :Sherlock Build- tog _ _ FOR SALE-Willis "Piano, returned from lure new last vear will sell cheap Terms given to responsible party Also second, hand Bell organ piano case good as new HOC Salmon, 414 13th St. South. Phone 1162 C FOR. Months old Jersey Bull, .beautiful individual and true ta type not registered H R Johnston, JIayhutt, Alberta 298 0 FOR' SALE 36-56 Red Deer Special separator in first' class Used' ofle s'eason.- Will trade for horses or cattle. H. Grot- zer, nockytord. Alberta. FOR TRADE OR half section miles frpm good town 140 acres summer fallow, 20 of stub- ble, 50 acres fenced for pasture, 16 x 32 plastered house, 3d bored welk.good water. For particulars apply to the Despatch, Strome Alta Ml -12 FOB 'SALET-SlBliealJIe iron ranges, 81 down and per week. Apply 412 4th Avenue S. 7 FOR timothy, alfalfa mlrture, timothy JIB. Buy direct from the growers through their sales office. Farm Products Limited Phones 365 and 1017 Box 185S, Lcth j BO.U5D AND ROOM TO per Nrnonth, good warm clean rooms and -board if de- sired; also t suite light.housekeeping rooms with gas, 5 miuutes walk from office Apply 329 llth Street South FOB good room with modern conveniences, tteam beat, plungo, tie., apply V M. c. A. W. L. City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all .conducted. ,on reawnabla terms. Live Block snd farm sale! a specialty. Office at the.Wilson' Furniture Co., 404 istn at. Phona 1028. DownfowB at the Wpvbnm To Phone f OTiPERTAKING T. 8. Wnera! Director and also agent' for the Marble Granlto Works, of Calgary.-; Offlee opposite Court' Houne.- Phoiie- 561.; Hejl- dence 284 S. 117t Onen and ntrtt___________ WHOLESALE HAY GRAIN AND Wholesale and 'All varieties of hay timothy, (Unlfa, Mue Joint mixed bay upland nay oat Her and straw. Mixed 'or bonuliaH goods etc cellar for rent Hjde ana comer- Avn. anrtO 2th f> BrtT Tallin 1914 __ "FURRIER FURS nEMODELLEO, and cleaned. Work, guarflnteeS.. -Pleaso let us -have order -as- soon pos- sible Duvid Scott. Bentlej rum FLORIST i I FRACHE BROS, sale and Retail. Denipns, Tut flowers Pot Plant's a'nB, Hot House Vegetables. Phone 1008, Lethnridce. ACCOITNTANT O of the Instl FtHuto of Accountantl el rm-land nni" nnd of the In- tula of Chartered Aceountnnts In Alhrrtd RMe W A HENDERSON COY Chartered. A.oc6untinls Winnipeg LethbrWg. i Medicine Hsl Accountancy In allilta nranoliei Auflit. Secretarial Ad visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work Liquidations, Hcadm Building, Lethbrldpi, R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Aeecuntant (Scot.) ;