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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f A. PHONE: Editorial, ReportoriaJ, Dept. an4 AND PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Dept-. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES months, delivered 1 month, delivered months, by maU by nuli SUN FIRE Office in HOME OFFICE: LONDON. Bund., Suit B. In the world WEEKLY HEfiALO 1 in advance......fMtMV months, in advance ....75o district. 3 months, in ad van -Red Craw Drat Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jads- son, Alexandra Hotel, Drug Store. Co.. R. W Hamilton. Wnehtr J. D. -L. McCrea. Bros Drue 4t Book Co. SALE AT Cranbrook, B, AtChiSOE. L. Gratty Xugham. Dlzmond Drug Store. Medicine M. NorUum Vancouver, S. Wide .Xews Co. Browa 219.4th St.. Also on all P. R. train.. ACTUAL REPRESENTATION BY. PREFERENTIAL VOTING IT WILT, HAVE probably treed, by a many that _.ui, .one of the aldermaaic candidates feoeivefl a majority of the votes" cast if AS" many voted for aldermen as vot- for Mayor, and if there were the .number of _ spoiled, ballot? in vote, as is safe to assume, there firere eight Hundred and Totes polled. The Mghest vote" taken toy any one candidate was that of Mr.' .Tiller, wnlcb. was three hundred and Some people think that The municipal election has all the ear-marks of a real election this year, with a hot contest, then protests" and talk of unseating a sitting member. Tnat is about al! that any election can provide. it has not been the regular thing to nave a contested election for school trustees, ;but to have.two elections in .tne one year would certainly be verv nauch out of the ordinary. I '__' The members of the legislature navjng exhausted all their oratory oii' tne different' debates at the begin-: aing of the session are getting' tnrough their legislative work at a great rate. Other prominent men, noted speech-making, are equally said, few, Side Lights saw the doctor at vour no use yesterday. that boy of mine climbed up on the porch when he was told not to, and------ I see; be fell and broke; much; he's as sound! dollar. But-my wile cried to, whip! -for it. and now she's a nervous! and physical wreck. Some men who want to go down eel- ter to fir the furnace or who want to have a shave between eight and half- past eight in the morning lately have been up "against the dif- ficulty of having to do u _n S6jnij darkness as the electric lights are turned off. Supt. Reid has given or- i aers Out the light be left on until j eight-thirty, but the .men handling the switch seem fifteen or twenty minutes a hurrv. to the 'discomffhiro Of The habit of contradicting 'some-! times "o'erseaps itself" unwittingly. "I've heard it remarked a t the cross-roads store, "that! -Henderson, FOR SALE room modern home, in? a Jbasy terms 50x125 on lane, ArgyfeAve, near Westminster, 50x142 1-2 on Burdett. This is a snap. tasy terms 76x142 1-2 Coutts and Charles, easy terms room ye heerd con, Mckw- at all. 'Twas a broth An Antiseptic Child -Little Walter was always carefully Freeman MacLeod Co Hotel Block Phone 1212 otTstis.il modified accordingly. -Tae section- charter dealing ritii Canvass of fieiuras and Deter- mination of. Results of Elections. ey from oar fairs is a mighty sood re- cord. The success of Mr. J. B. Ririe, ed AJ_ ii.j.1 -As soon the polls are clos-! _ made that amount ine-.precinct: election officers shall open, tne ballot.''boxes, take there- irom and count the ballots, and enter the tctar number thereof, on the tally sheets" provided, therefor. j at tie exhibitions held at rule by the majority is not ir is or not, makes no the first, second and There, is I votes for can alderman elected who They then he number of third choice on said tally he said one night, in a tone of desperation, "do you know wna- I am going to do when I gW Upv- i vmiij sceet, and make return thereof to -the claim ttot te represents even a mai- clerk bv law! r Highest; three hundred and eightr-l J one foters voted for nim, K in rank wi voiea against J VOMI -which do nor contain first choic'e 'Hagrath should stimulate other farmers to make greater efforts' to make exhib- its at the. fairs. The man who es- the jbest friend the'fairs have Mend of the fairs in his deserves the success ne has.had. "I'm cess. ?oing to eaf a not voting for him, and by g-for the other rseven 'As Mr. and Mr. BoTrman tad smaller votes for them, they had a correspondingly large vote against In many organizations there is a provision in-the bylaws providing that any candidate for any office shall hare majority of all the votes cast be- votes for as many candidates as there are offices to De K. a balrot contain either first or second choice rotes in excess of the number of of- nces filled, no vote in the col- eicess shall be Jn Prohibition young man returned from Charlie, Vacation Elaine, brought with. Mm a wail ainst one phase of prohibition. seems that his mother and sister werei I j-j. _ _ f ,in it shoeing such counted Selling by Weight in .North Dakota (SL Paul Pioneer tne first of .the month North Da- Tfce -foregoing.portion :of this secticn. shall -be'printed conspicuously on the tally the. candidate- with the smallest W ity of Candidates the major- majority of all votes cast. hav.e cnosen then certainly represent ae majority of the voters. Sucii a procedure jrniiid. or 3t least impracticable as it fvouw make a municipal election such Monday's, last nearly as long as a not a majority of the first cnoice votes for- such office..a canvass snail then be made of the second those can-! who are not elected by first. choice votes, said I weight, which various interests' a- tempted to have adopted by the last -dinnesota legislature, fr North Da- kota the change is made by a rulina: n Ladd, pure; food' commission" place a .vuu. Caving tbeir summer place some time jl before the young man planned'-to leave. He invited two of his cronies f Lo come and keep him company and [they expected to have something of a a ballot On tne first of .the month North Da-1tlme- begins a" system of Celling -byj of them couldn't crttne at the "-'last minute, and- sent in his iarge box of'drinkables; 'To to .he.-Jiad to mark on "One quart! Scotch quarts gin, two' Apples, potatoes and other reg- quarts one quart rye whis- es are to be sold by the-pound mstead of the -bushel. A housewife'- The tile young "man's may buy, a bushel of potatoes, but they must be full SO pounds, no mat- ter now many pecks they may fill sort change will occasion-some "varia- the er. '.00 down and 10.00 a month Without Interest and j Without Taxes e PER LOT For full information, call or address neighbors at the-house. It was the of- party at which, lemonade is wulc viirja- prevailing As thev Prices for were sitting around a knock came at such articles, but- tiiere real advance in the -a certain quantity. irtll -be no the door- Entered the cv- paid for PresfmaQ- carried into the room second choice votes shall be added to tne "003C from the, young i-aklsh t into practice, and that is by the orlty, shall elected. HLAlil CmrjT-rTl QC t s__-i tnown as preferential votin0. Ms preferential system has been if, by the count of either first choice votes, Astern has-baTn roti or and r u. so.eminent in the election candidates than therp _. Faulty Oratory (Ottawa Free Press.) Sir Charles Tcpper used-to deliver his but he was a lie who at- tempted to report him verbatim H> bein- -friend. He plumped it down in the centre of the room, and straightened siowly. Then he tnrew a bomb into acted as Charge d'Affairs. j v -V-.--.4.t-v_w_v _nLtJ ex-, British .Agent to the Venezuelan he here's your .jigeut to tne Venezuelan 4- nno K Cation Tribuna! in he has served a.i. or a'' casRer- ss any one of the hundreds of Inencls and relatives can testify; mission government in the election of coanoissioners. THe elapses of caarter dealing with this matter very u wo in- the election for aldermen sub- "three" instead "fire.." the number of commission- .trs -being five in Spokane' are offces ailed shall receive a majority, the candidate or candidates, equal'in num oer.to the number of offices to be fill- ed, Having the highest vote shall be AT j elected. full number of candi- 'o be elected, do not receive irst and a veritable. t -Der) first choices, and only five ttird votes be! Otner proper number) second choice t0 flrst aud second choice many third choices as vouJ 5 recelved bT candidates and tiie candidates equal in to the number of offices remaining fined, who receive the highest ni._u -----------w "b7 Sald ttaif' be column. elected. Vote in the third column for all thP A two or her candidates whom vOU wish shall be decided in J of the one Having the iiignest Do not vote of flrst choice votes, jf tney are respect, taen number of second choice snail determine the result, i not Decide, tnen the ae aetermined by lot, under tne of the canvassing board. (h) Whenever tae word ny' is used in this section mean more than one-half of the number of ballots cast tion. -be seen that -by this who are not el- tlon for oratory, _ first baronet, and has -been in the Diplomatic service for Bother years. From Home, where he TrSL" be went to TcSio, was transferred Jo Berne.- city .electric light department to the! fact that much inconvenience is ea.-jsj ed tne residents by the of the power too early in the morn- rote more than one i lce votes for anj one candidate, as onlr lB tnat cnoice win count. (Insert number) Commissioners to be Elected Addi- it shall lsaiouers.jChoiceiChoice'Choices of i j Candidates f I i When the number of candidates is are tnan two times the number of j represents a to -be filled, and not more the and is Ifteral'v three times the number of offices tn act POJNT OF VIEW- may come and elections So, but the British elections aeem to go on forever. Werpont Morgan objected to hiSi Partner engaging In polltics-pubHcIr or course. "They met! Twas in a Crowd." yesterday how e: nothrns nke this 3, blU8hed_ but sho secretarv. jn jggo j -'-nng, and the switching on of the same too late in the afternoon. If they would bring their time about one hour nearer (naif an hour later in the morning and half an hour earlier in tne afternoon) it would -be a great Help to the residential occupants. Tnere should be necessity for a family to resort to the primitive coal oil lamp for the breakfast table or for a- hostess "At Home" to ask her guests to step to the window that she might recognize and distinguish them. Tj nave complained to the trouble