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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta "AGKTEN' THE .LETSfBWtiGV: DAILY 11KIULD FEBRUARY14, PROPORTIONAL VOTING the ef- tri'm all sag Xl I Karris' Uuir Rcot .a? "l M li 114 M4 i? ll.mii 52-Ul 52 5j 1; (3) GrwftW. 1; (3} I: (4) CteenJtielO. '1; U) 2; !S) (S) 2; (4) Kuril. 2; Roots, S; (5) S; (4) SsiUX S; (3) taaUJi, i toar icwMC'fe, of a s' of the adjectives used by Jorih and KiK'X la desciibl ett cT the peac-a tnpaiy ou Jut concern on the ot S Germany ebouM be te ecruBtccaed to both thpte JM bj- now. Smith 33 240 S9 SW 14-54G SIS 117-3SS 117 S16 JS-SIH S16 to iiarrk ou tlM Hoxl ver? billot ott (It rottr did Mt tfKrtf titf- (I! cleat cawfcer chcfaH. Trandv of U> now ccaie and last fotcit, as onlr three BOT ta ihe fteli fctii it necet- ;-srCr iwtns (bat votf, ha h cow the lowest into, has irunsf erred ot the two remain- cindtlalai (ho cne IwMlor tie number ot rotM rottjt 1x eject- ed Bt-fcre tbb ts uuilr, (he fount of butt! sbotn u 418 Xtilr 186 2SS SIS -N'o. of Trees, fereble papers 810 juper con D ted for Greenfield i 817 i Spoiled Vellot '.V.'.. 1 IX 3M 117 359 41S t surplM vcUi propo-rtloitiag ;h tie candldito haying more lhau lialt of tho fraeUon (aoch as Jloot vrith got the citra'voie, as It cot to Jractlons. After dvcMtoj; tie proportioa lo which tanaMitc was catftled. (be Mit .KU to '.ransfer tiat number of ballot rapors to Hai aad theeo word selected !a the Wiowlog way. Tfio 816 ballot papers were in six separate pKta areordlnr to the next cliolce umrkod tlcc-reon. olec- Sicypf.rd's Totesx ware end the i-eunU sbown'to be: to Muir to Stars IS Total Siieppard's rotes TlJs aisde the final total: Mulr, "fifi plus 12-1 from' Scan, K? Plus froin '..'.I is f era hie'papers' 113 .1 30 1253 votes cast t'oh comralttw; c-csiilad from tho'top of the pfla tho rmmbw of rotes'.which and A. C. Jlafe arc had to be transferred left ihe balance as hc-iongics to GrDitffltiln. taHug tbe ballot psperj This mar.ted No.' 2 (hat celved 52, irbiis Tore left j-.- t as of, tho Ezecutiye-Vcomniiitee ot the U. F. A. for tie'next cwo'yc-ars, and all that remaicnl tor the elecltou committee .._......._t do ms Ptostnt their, report to Greenfield. Each bundle .of fecoaj CouvaBtlon.; choices ivors wlth.ii a similar; tho announced-at way, and then vhea oao delegate atked taken, to bo EE.-C that jvcrrtfijns'lwfcy .it was thst ?luir wu? elwtcu had been done properly. thD W had not received bis quota P'ore again ccuntc-d aad it n-as fouud of votes, TLe answer to that Question l-st Lhu ttaading in" Oiffereat count- dWotes now aa follovrs: Aiulerson Harris Muir Soot Hears ....___ Siieppard Spoiled ballot is completed. It 1 i the 30 nit-n whosn ballot papsrs be- [came eihaustcd and were therefore HD I non-trarisferable had onlv voted from 225 11 to 7 oii their ballot papers, so that .1 'cr.l ed'ballots, that jona of tho iMfjlwo ci (ihy field would hare" received the full j quota. The "second successful caudi- ______jdete failed to'.receive tho .quota for i reason that some of the 'delegates, ''apparently, got; tired of ...Voting ucfbre Total votes............... Third Count _ Still the second candidate was not reached the mi ot thei list. and it wa's now inl Sheopards eshausled votes eliminating tbe candidates from loot been analyzed la the Earns man bottom of tlie list, according as those of oilier candidatw number of votes held by It'as tins is hsrdlv necessary, tue. f found'that one vote, but even though he candidature, tho ballot not as the delegates luo alien lin .-second preference to so As derson's rote, tranjferreil and of this article. illustra- tion of the ballot for execute nfittee but cencrall} re can be said that the Mirif rcasous ontHncd in the fifth and this one. zlto appl} to now had ,1 toial of m the It the reider will trace resuH toUJs of the other candidate] remihi of U e election through the Uhulatm Ing the same.. j statement be aiitnild with this outline Trantfer of Votes Uiave a fair general idea of i.he meth .The next lowest mail ,on tho llgtjod of counting the vote umler the 'TOS Hoot, with 64 votes, and inose -'were sorted iip (n 4ha ardor of their fhc next available choice ,belr.g taken and this will probably re some'; explanation. A delegate may have marked his ballot paper as Ilool 1. Greenfield Anderson 3, Siieppard and In thla-j 'case tho next available choice would bo Sheppard and the vole tranaferred to him, for the reason that Grcenlicld 'not reijuii-o tho vote, that Ander- son iraa already eifrainatc-d train '-hn .election and that the neit number VSR in favor of Siieppard. t :Root's votes were -transferred as! foflows: JJerrls Mnlr........................ Sears.....................___ Slhoppard............... 1 Smfti..................... i riam System {f tic Single Truitfer nblo TOtfl 4r LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C S. THAT'S WHAT THEY'RE ALL WONDERING Ottawa correspondents are predicl ing a fall election. Wonder who'll !all The question is 'flu. we flee the Tolai 54 lota's of those candidates were increased as will br- found In the tabulated tlalemont. of -The aeit voioa to'be traasforrcd were those allotted lo .total- ling 57 and this time a new feature introduced, as the cotnn.iLte-0 found .three non'lraiisferable votes. and It was necessary lo carry these along until the final counU alco requires an eiplsnatioji, ni probably Ihls can btst b'e giver -illustrating a3( three rqtoa. These papBrs read (1) GreenfleX 1; .8) .Greentioiei, f; (3) Oreenflelil, 2; .not, 3; Smllli, J; Root, 3; Smitlj, 2; 5'mfln 1; and all were crtnuslea Jr'eenfielJ waa elected and didn't ro- olre ths votes, In fact one oT them -J been from 'Greenfield 0 Smith fn the Iranetcr of Greenfield's urplus. Root's votes .Trero already ranefcrred, and as Smith waj the ono to go, these ballots hc.d to be Iscarded. If tho delegates vesc Uiree papers had canted out ielr choiooa further they could still beert a big Issue la the election have made a material dlf- on the last count. of Harris' Voteg Tho sixth count consistad of tlic ot Harris' votes as he was on- th- lowest man, nnd his tola) hlch had rcachel 133 wna dlalrlbut- I as-followa: ulr 5t Ql The Bolshevists are reported 'to bi j strong for long hair, which proves thi j old saying that -''hair and brain, can not grow together." v sttHuilt of Druri on the va- -of prohfbliion in Ontario rtcubtlejs tirsidv (or (ha liquor 'lut txvrown prince of Grrroatiy vontft to tried ia plsco of hundrods of others of hlJ counirymeu. That >oy still retains idcns of Ms import auce. ONE FOR SCOUTCRAFT The average Boy Scout Is lallnitely better fitted to be a mother ths girt who luj Jus i left school otter a standard Sketch. After nil sniuuactlon come In when you're asKc-d to 'guess u woman's yge. AD-MIXTURE Here 's a list of slightly raised nJs culled from li.evrspiipers j A lody wants to sell .her vjaao, as pho is go- lug abroad- in a'-strong Jroa frame. rcpw by :ma.20 feeL broad: iliulldog for. eat'jm'ythltig; very fond 'of children. organist to.blow tbo same. for a il'fAmilyJ iHth'good _________ .--4 .LEAVE IT TO Your relatives end you never would gtt eay help. 1 "Charity begin! st home" Ite true. U uOTJlly utays, there. tiaiply refttst' to bo still. Jim Coffin lives Gratesend ml marrlel rmntly to Allco ii rjtnmlng to 'jie plaoo. This -upjets Ibe old Idea at there U money in politics. i HOW. HUBBY FALLS thinks he's grand. Aud. Ms baud. And rests her chin upon It; It's a good tiel, Eb9 will gel Coin for Mfnter bonnet! His better liaL' s Is (jutck to sAsul calls his stories culo; It's sate to liet She's going lo get A fifty-dollar Prc-V-. the gink She's wed to think Thsit lie's her lord nud in3ster; W6'U bet she'll get seaU coat yet .'We wouldn't pat Is iins; t.- Herald. She never misses1 To give him Jtisfcs. The best tea packed id Canada, can be bought for 75c per pound Why pay more? 63 And never burns the (oast; he's pinched, She's b' A: nt the cor.A: The wise joLu us a pretty good, standard of liriog Make all you can Save-all you can "prudently; Give sll'you can'possibly: OUR VALENTINE Ab dear, 'OUT'S is the sweetest V i, Our valentine, mi She star from vondtr With lore abemiorn' In 35 Agtln the Jion-transforahle votes in evfdenct, nnd adding thoso Tied fonrard from the SmlSh vote o nw reached U. Tho eight Har. votes vrere mad" .01: "lumbers for Harris, 4; ana the -t were narked as frtloiri; (1) Cruel and murderous1' were tw be proud of your car you must be proud of its fires' You look1 with pride upon the' graceful design, the fashionable top, the rich upholstering, the glittering finish --and the tires --are you proud of them? If you IOYC your car, you will desire to give it the best tires in the whole Kingdom of Tiredom.. For service and for appearance, you will find your desires fulfilled in GuttaPcrcha Tires Tires that give Satisfaction." v Maltese Cross tires, Gutta Percha Tires and Gutta Percha Tubes tire the NE PLUS ULTRA of owners of high-powered cars. GUTTA PERCHA Limited Offices aiiil Factory: TORONTO. Branches tht Pdnclpal Cltlca of the Dominion. ;