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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TTIE LETITBIUnGE'DATLY HERALD Saturday, November 1, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 15CT Published by the LethbrHge Herald Prlntbg Co., Ltd, ful evening at Us office, Sixth SVsot, LeihbridS', Alterta, BUCHANAN W. A. PHONE] PHONEI I provision bo made for a substitute, who approaches nearly as possible UK- ideals iiKorpo'rated'ih. Ihc selection.' Ity so doing Ihc voter will luivv. at least the. satisfaction of knovviny that he will possibly he instrumental in preventing the government of Ihe cily'fallirid into tlie hamls of uny wlioiii'liis-estimnttw' i totally unfit to exercise llie power. "l r; 11 is with this object that the killot has1 been' fanned, and Ihc privileges it extends in Ihc matter of choices should be made use of by every voler. ._________ DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATKS rear delivered...... 1 year, by ma J 6 Eonlbs. delivered 5Z-00 6 months, by mall...... t months, delivered 51-00 i contbs. by nail 1 mouth, delivered 35c. 1 by mall...... o'ist tt KtTeo. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cioss.Drus Bros. t Book Store; J. G.: Rob- ertson Co.; Aleiandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenny. Allln; Lethbridje Hotel Cigar Empress But- let Lunch. Dlim'ni D'Aro. Medlclno Hat Ajslniboll Ferguson. t Mur- phy Co.; Cranbroob Booi Company. Newl Company. Plnchsr McCres: Mltctell Dros Co........ Vancouver Wide Worll Kevvs Co.; N'ewc Shop, 4" Street......... 6f New Co. 1C 5 River Side Avenue. Grassy Hotel. -Co- hen N'ev.s Asency.' t -Book and News 109A Stb Ave. West; World News Co. Plnchcr Station Edward Read. St. News Co. Knol- den. News Co. 6 u u' r o i AT T o F v I E w Betwixt and Between Since South Bruce the tusk of explaining is fellows. with the other The elccliojis in Mexico were a farce, state de'spiilehes. cdy or tragedy? Com- Efliciency is Ibc -lesl for civic service iis in all other busi- nesses. Select Hie cflicienl men. THE.WEEKLY HERALD every iredntfdar In oflhSre pases, and contains Bymmarr of news of tfce wesk; local find filstrtct 1 year in advanca......'Jl.OO C montbs in advance 50e The Consei-valives they ran up against a nenace Sottlh Bruce. Tlie Mexican exchctjucr is empty and if it is replen- ished Huerla's- star will 'b'cgin to wane. t Wlieat sold for less limn 70 cents is bog feed, and tbat is what the market" mmiipulnlors classify' western wheat at. 'The municipal campaign is going to bc-fiiiriy well drawn oul. The electors should therefore have no excuse for not select- ing (he best nicri winds with oc- casional blusters will be tbe prevail- ing weather In this locality for'the uesl five with a calm following a flerco disturbance on De- cember Foster. Chlet Dopester. Hun! Mr. Foster ain't such a world beater. Any rube could have figured it oul II he lud happened la lamp the mayoralty field of mayto stake ners, the reduction ot the school grants Mscleod will lose JS.30 a says tbe .Macleod Spectator.' adver- Robert Patterson. Poor Mac- leod; that rate she'll soon 'sit liito the vljlafee class asaln. AW." and Mayoralty Aspirant Loi er- Ing took an awful tall out of this moulder ot public opinion the other nighj He said "it Isn't as good a it used to be." Tho alder- manic mayoralty aspirant Isn't as good ft arithmetic as he used to was either. He said on tlie public plat- form that he was earnluK between 55000 .and a year and it he .wasu't foolish enough to beat tbe other'fellows out of the ils prUc In December he ought to he making 000 a year oul of his practice Inside the'next four years. Who was It said "figgors never Professional Cards MEDICAL t-' W. s; Surgfoc. Accoucher. Houn 7-8 p.m. OlSce; S14 Third Aveiue, Pbone 125J DR. Slaflord Bit. Resideaco 126k Sixth Avenue. Otfica -'.'W; 1 to MO; Phone Hcsldence 1050. DR. C. C. PbyJlctan. Sur- Eeoa, Accoucber. Offlco resldeoea ccrner 5th iveauV look after pri- vate interests 'of their "V Lf ibe Dominion 'governmen I Avoiildvprobe dce-p enough lo hit llie ring manipulating ihc wheat doing someiliipg-of rebi.value ioiwcslern farmers. .1.. slipuld ihterf Cpiiyng from should :enipbasize the importance of the voter realizing that .business. principles should direct his choice. Ey business principles let it be understood is meant the exercise of judgment which, the head of a concern would employ in selecting those who would' be, iii .Us successful in i Id ing up. This ;way of, looking at ifshoulil I a'ppeql to e'verj- voter. Whal- ever 'ica'ndidaiies'nmbrigst. those in the Jield he iniemls-to_ support, his faction be inspired by the consideration that he is employ-; 'i ing help in building up .the city.on the lines of pro- firess '-anti development, the success- of which be to- his ma-! ;teriol advantage in' common _ the. rest of Uie citizens. IT SHOULD REMOVE DOUBTS. _.... IF THF.KE ARE DOUBTS hi the minds of any as to whether the ...iciiyjidsjlone thing iii .deciding on the cpminissioh credit for vv i r me morai rcionuuis wnu UMIC been the General fpr.not recognizing communications -wiH surely give liiin The moral reformers who have B1ASSAGE HE LETHBRIDCE IMPERIAL OR- (or dnuces for coming reason. Anv number of pieces su'plled. Violinist, f. fl. GOK- bell, pianljt, n. Needs. Dol 491; Phones 1557-1831. forced to tbe conclusion that Here'must be a screw loose in that jond; deal somewhere. One; thing about this new fanned lalloi some ot the aldermen hnve been studying so righteously o( late .ll be able to tell three out of a four-reim Held that we'll vote for IheroL'flri fact" that tallot is going; to deeper of the Great Record from jotting down many black marks agatnsi us in the elecUon campaign lust'-ppeued with such eclat. s "A leather medal (or the roan'who dope'S'out that -real MISS K. MAY IHOLMF.l-Mcdkll and Qrrannrtiw (Sveolsh Electric ini Vibrator; "Sham poolm reiaoviil ol Uiib-jB'hjIr. Treatments given br ipnolntracnt onlr. Ptoiw 1110, room H. Piano Tunsr. Sistb. Aveaue A. South, Phona 1108. VIAVI LETHBRlDQE V1AVI The natural homo treatment fo nervousness, -etc. 1110 .3rd Ave Southr Hours 5-6 p.irW dally and 1 a.m. to 4 p.m.-Saturday, or by ap- coinUnenl. Phonfl 1S99. Manager Miss E.' S. Cook. :tethbriilEe baEti't any Oil Kings.jret "ive have a that narGe'wbo oils ui> every election cnra- '.NUKS1N6. Nil B Nursing dl _trict c-bstelrlcal, medical an emereency.. hours: before i p.m.'; evenlcg 6-7. 14 ilh.'.-Vve. Si" Phono 123S. paign.' is ailmiiiistralifin.of.thc diQ'erenl _ _, fdrivi" of bne piece of information obtained from the, ['meeting held at "the Duff Addition ought to be sufficient lo dissi-j -pale them. "We were told that, in the negotiations for the sale oMliC; i-'bonds recently, disposed of; al one period the city was in a position' i'lio'havc'oBlained'oiie'pqi'lJt more than the; -price This --T meant the sum of The reason why. Ihis.lqss was.sus-'. was duo tb'tho-fa'ct that, the speedy decision necessary could not be obtained oyring to it being found impossible to get quorum of the'city council together in time to accept the terms Voffered. One member, it was said, absolutely refused to attend kn early morning meeting lo consider any sale. Beyond a moral compulsion there was nothing to force the particular aWcrman to sacriBce his own.conveniencc for the con- venience and "the interest of the city. And taking the. reiisqiis gr 230.00. f- -r 1 Sonic of our gobd Tory friends Liberal victory in If the Liberals had solid from these elements' throughout the country they would critfcnchcd in power. f; -iinia'HX ry Tbe'license imposed on moving piclure shows is jusliiic.d in that tlie nqt receipts very suldym'slay in the province. Tbe only quesiion-lhal cp'uUi arise is as of "114 tax. .The prm-. ciple is all-right.. rv, v---r; picture sliofl-s aro to be licensed in future. If the new law can. only. be. construed sqrno of (111! iGUl-inpvles will liave to piit tbe'ban on coming 'reels shov.-ing "norlh asainst'CEJuthiV -nerve specialists in this vicinity -nifty -haul' shin; ales L Mexico can't' pay .its employees More JIKe dtar old Letlibrl'dge .everj day. Nai- if B-E oily iiad a revolution real one, not an aldermanic coun- in PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE rlp'SPITAL Van Haarlem's Prlviitt Kospltal Maternity Home- TOl-eto ATenn -S....Phone PIANO TUNING EDUCATION'AL GARBUTf BUSINESS Alberta Block, Lelhbrldge, Bin SL E. Da7- G-1S am.; 1.30-4 p.m. Night School, Monday end Thursday evenings, from 7 to 9.30. Students may. enter at'nny Hoie.- Courses In Bookkeeping, nuslnesa; Ar. Ithinetlc, Writing, Corrcs. llapid Calculation, ;Plala English. A. M. Fisher Principal. BciincEj Phone 1315; Hesldence PBons FURRIER DAVID SCOTT--Furs remodelled, cleaned nnd Flne'seleo- -tlon of latest styles. At the Bent- ley Co. ____.: ELECTRICIAN I TheVWIHPOLE'PRIVATE HOSPITAL lor and Maternity usee. Graduate Nurses. Miss ayns, I. on g.xl? b'vi j ge.'- W. L. McKENZ'lE CO., Electrical dealers and Contractors. 37.. .700 Third-Avenue South. UNDERTAKING' E. prolesl.lo the Privy Council. I-'vcn if he the public will be convinced thai he wasn't elecledlioncsily. The (lie elec- tion invcsUgatcd is proof, of that. It would be as well for the man with a small amount lo in- vcst.'lo rcnicinlier thai the oil companies in Calgary on Ihe aver- age are pulling l.he price.of filing at Ihc land titles oliice. The companies expect the put rven as correct, tbe city suffered to the extent of With commissioners "on the job, giving, as they ought, all time to the city, this "would never have happened. Of course the matter'is an exceptional one, but, none Ihe less, it jshows flie difference as lo what may be expected from men who are paid for their job, and are expected to give time, energy, and. fability in return, and what. from those whose services in muni- cipal government arc regarded as honorary. If commission form of. government is. considered expensive it is only reasonable to. argue taking the particular exper- ience into consideration, nearly 'half the salaries of tbe commis- sioners would have been saved bad they been in office. Ami what has occurred once undef a particular system might be liable to occur if the s.ame system were continued. A USE THE PRIVILEGES OF .CHOICE. LI1FRMAN DH. LOVERING, candidate for the office rjf Kirsl Commissioner, has staled that after spending an hour study- ing the ballot he liad come lo the conclusion thai he wns wrony in ndvncaUnR plumping. He went further, and advocated every voter (o exercise every choice given him on each ballot. That the Doctor is right every citizen -who has given his attention fo Hit! ,_ ballot would have, found oul for himself. 'IT We have heard it argued in favor of thnl H is an endcnvor lo ensure the election of a candidate, nnd failiiiy his particular choice, the voler has no interest in llie election of any ptherA This is not altogether a broad view. It may show a kccn- ness oii the part of a voter (o make sure of.'the c'lcction'qf a'can- i -didafe wlio him as. well fitted, of the to occupy the position he aspires to. Rut at Ihe same lime iimi'iing a vote lo one candidale is limiting an interest welfare. .Whole-hearted interest should be the guidance of every voter. i- ensure this il should he distinctly a case of 'having, so to ispeilk, more than one iron in Ihc fire. Failing the election of tin- desired candidate, and 'eleclions are uncertain as lo results, lei H can be saitl for the'men responsible for ihc sii-called slaf' llial Ihcir purpose is of llie hiijhest, to place in the field competent do tliai ho'blhcr compcltnt men-will offer, but; their; laken ib ensure strong, responsible men being in'-the field. A survey of "Hi E returns from South linice indicalc that'III govcrnnicnl vote improved in Ihe (owns and 'ial influences and promise's arc-most jcffeliyc, and )hat Jtho Lil> erats made hcavy.gnins gnipng the Mi', -Tvuax should be able "to pull through with anollicr Imndre nildcd lo liis majority, Up to the present the Montreal Mail (Iocs-not slrong r.olilicpl bias 1ml it is giving' numerous mdical.iom- of very artmiraUon.for.lhcsliilcsroaiisliip of Ijjon. Robert-Hog- Wonder if it will remain long away from liic snppofl of T. S. Director, and EmbalnVer; .alao 'aeent foi tha Soiuerville Marble and Granite Worts, of Calgary.- Office opposite Court House, Phone 661; Eesl- dence 2.84 7th Ave: S. Phone 1176. Open .day and nlgbL WHOLESALE S. Y. Director, U- censed (Lady attendant when Dqnnan' block, 401 Ptione 1S02; 'night or .-'day, DKNTAL DR. M. J. GIB.SpNr-DenttEt, graduate of lloyli College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and hglder of n Dominion Office: Rooiu 6 and "6, Bryan blocV.. Phono 1071. -Builders', Blacksmiths. Railway, supplies; packing, belling, valves, plpo fittings, wire ropo and fittings, barb wire, fancy brick, ivat expansion sblelils, slora fronts, plate glass. Paoce '1044. WHY .THE. A SUPPOSITION A' shtcp rancher, holding his sheep' 'on Canadian quarantir.e cannot get his camp ex- cept-at'Swecl GrasSj-Montans.--: A IB-year-old boy. goes Lwith.. s to haul .a At the sah-.e time the boy buys 30c v.-orlh of butter'In. Montana. Team, butter and bey seized.. Camp can't have wa ter till owner'pays A special officer of His Majes- ty's customs Ts encamped at CouttB. He becomes thirsty. Wa ter does not satisfy. He sendi employee to Sweet Grait, Mont., to buy beer, giving him the money to pay foe I'- .The man.obfllcntly into.Canada a pailfull; Is the :beerJ.'ente'red at custorris -or does-It pay duty? No. It there was 30c worth of beer why should 09 not have been collected? Is the difference In the two GETS KILLED BY .TRAM; DO SO L f HAM1i.TON, LAST YEAR, TOO. ,B4 Alberla l-and Surveyor; Irrlga C AUCTIONEER W. L. end ell? -licensed auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on. reasonable terms. Llvo sloclt and farm" sales cpeclalty. Ofllca at 'the Wlisoa Furniture Co., 401 -13th St North. Phone 1023. Residence Phone' 5R5. Downlown.pfnco at tho "-'Wevburri ricall" Co.. Phono 1173. OR, O. J. grad- 1 uaie 'of Northwestern University, Chicago. III. Oluc'o hours: 9-12; 1.5. Kooms 11 and 12. Macdonalfi TJloct. RS. MARRS AND successors lo Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours 'J to 5; Office-, Ills- I nil utb am Block. Phone 374. FRANK! Auctioneer -17 years' experience; Vill handlo your sale In the way that gets the money. Pljonca and.14.16.. Eotmble terms, prompt- sellleinent3. Goods received for aale or auction. I DR. E, U. SIMMOND3, Dentist, mem- ber o! 'Royal, College ol Surgeons, Royal College of U D. S., 1900. Hours: 9-12J 1-5. Office; S-8, Post riffle" .SURVEYING Frenchman Doubly.Guilty of Sulcrfal Accident, Says Report (Snectal Cable to tho Colrum) find-Hydraulic Engineer. S-and 6, Whitney Ulock. V.O. lioj I DUFF 4...EDWARDS (Wm. SI. and the nu porC addressed by. a rural _______ lo his sutperfect In regard to a Alto. way accident, would be hard to I'l Imve.ttie honor to Inform M. Ve Soua-Perfcct that an 'individual, B.C., who la Insane, lacking and ivitiiout discernment, has been ran over'by a tram which .was passing on 1 tranaoorttd-rnysclt to the "of the accident and concluded nee'rins and sur 205 Sherlock Uulldlng d-ll Ship Your Grain Limited Members. Winnipeg Drain Exchange Winnipeg For prices phono 1714, Leth- bridge, or wrlto 0. Boi 273 OTficc Royal.Bank Building.- Asquilh Ihc Rogers parly. JAS. S. ROSE.- ANOTHER SPECIAL 3IREOT IMPORTATION FROri) CHICAGO BATH ROBES WITH SLIPPERS TO MATCH EARLY TO TALK ABOUT It's only seven weeks iway and yeiu.1l find nothing more anttablc M a'Chrinlmaa Ottt than mo ot these robrs. 'will willingly lay :ono you.until the 'festive ecaaon, hat the head.having detached roni tba body, death miml havo been Individual.. 11, C., 5 all the more guilty as a similar accl dent occurred to hlrri last year at tho same Eeaaon.'J this admirable report M. Sous-'perfcct haa affixecl his signature LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE 613 5H l-.Crow'B Neat Ksprcss 12--So.c-Spokane Klyer 11 Flyer bencalb words "Lu et read And approved. In Alameda, a'man vip hned t25 'and coats for-having In bis pos- session An automatic revolver without a. pcrmlL IA is'reiienb'jry, Sask., It.. Henlz had his .hand taken by- the fly wheel Ol his machine. Eighteen now apartment blochs In .WlnnJpog. are now ready for famllka te enter Into thcia. SAMB Crov-'s Nest Express Kffcclivc Oct. 26, 1913. AKUIVALS VI10M- DUE TO AKRIVr! Kootcnay Landing .............23.H ..Mcdicihe Hal l......-............... 4.55 I-ocal Local Loeal .SI. Paul .'......................6.15 ..........Ornnbrook..................-... .15.20 ..........Medicine Hnl ..........Cent ls 1.19.15 .-.........Calgary (Aldcrayde branch) DEl'AKTUUES KOH DUB TO DEPART Crow'a .............Medicine llnl ;..................23.50 Crffir'8 Nest Express............Kdoknay Landing SooSpoXano.Klrcr ..............St. Soo-Spokar.e Flyer..............Spokane 6.2-J! -...........................Medicine I TiOcftl (via Alelerojrde) NAME ;