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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD There's no Kicking Here We've not a Kick Regis- tered. The Man that our Clothes very Seldom Kicks about Anything. Our good Clothes are a sort of Mental Tonic that contributes largely to a man's peace of mind. Have you seen our New Fall Suits at to Our Fit-Reform hand tailored Suits at to Our. Fall Overcoats at to If not, Come In Such well made Clothes and such neat Fabrics are not seen every day or every where. Hats and Furnish- ings as good as our Clothes. McKelvie McGuire COMMISSION CHAMP CLARK BOASTING YET 7 SYSTEM IS IANTCD North Ward Ratepayers Advocate This Form of Government MEN TOR COUNCIL Dumber of Citizens Nom- inated but None Says E' Ivery State in Union Would Vote for Annexation Kt'eemonr, Xcli., Nov. 3. ntlis of tin: [it'uple of this colintry favor uit. annexation of de- clared I'liainp Ularlc, speaker of the House of re'iux'-sentalives lien; today, "and I don't fare .who hears "niu -Sa.v f it." Ueginmni; with a speech line today Mr. Ciaik was scheduled to niata ad- Keniiedy Hall was the scene ut tt twenty-one towns in the ed hot mcyting last evening of the third Nebraska district' in the intcr- vorlli Letnbridge Halepayers' _Asso-'e.-d oi Dm V. Ktcvcns, democratic latlon Practically every brand, or candidate for I o government came in for a The -meatW went on- record fa onng the Commission form of urnment, and the candidates for Ihs ongrcss to succeed the reIOTSCIltativf, James P. UU.U. conccrnhiK an- ol muc" anlonC llis am will- every city council for the North Ward wiri ile s-ili'1' "to make this nave to'gb on record hefore .elec-' You let me run for president tion as in favor of that plan. n platform calling for .annexation If the.Commission form was not ad- ui t.'amida. in so far as this country opted some move should ha made re- accomplish that end and let Pn surdlng tlK) division, of the city .into, sidcnt Tail run acainst me, unp'usin wards, so that each district would annexation and 1 would -carry nave its proper in the stale in the nation." council. At the present time the pop-1 iimtlbn of the North Ward is about j with'ouly one member represent- ing" the city affairs. There- fore a. determined effort will he made :o elect two men in the coming elec- ion. Want a Subway The sijpway on Westminster rpad, anq the lingje lax all came in for their Hare of the ingle tax. 'It is the Intention of. the; Lsaociatipn :to have Assessor Meech nd J. L. -Manwaring addraas a mee-t-, ng; dealing with that subject. One of thr immt thrilling mid exciting marine Mor- ever attempted DUTY A Great Story of The Sea 'or delicacy'of colouring and ol finK. this film .caiiuol lie MU passed Attend Early lor Children's Matinee "MUTT AND JEFF TO STOP SPREAD OF SMALLPOX Montreal, Nov. at the provincial health that as usual with the wcatber, smallpox wus stated office today arrival of cases were worl TO BE FINEST HOTEL IN CANADA Noi 3 evening pap- innonncc todij that the tan acn ui Jsorihein his (.ompltlul pi ins fol i s hotel It uill two million dollars and he -tilt; finest in Clmuh 111" site Kill hi on oi (he toi pun i propeili mil Ken to Ihc'ncw. linfon-station and Y ill slarl u, the spung Apropos of this, annoiincemeii fcood-dcal oi uncertainty continues to ill le e as in bethu tiie r'ud on s 1 ill build on the sitf tin. nought ju %urf- 01 Idhgc cli wli thcr ill lill furlhu dc rlop llie'pohc, of en- larging llic ntorcs, arc li( u tin. T iiion sHI'on it is no iec- itl thii Vm MIC c is vet, much opposed to moi'ina, the Hud sons iv lo in STlIinQ tilt present site oi the. Union station to Mackcn is very much opposed to moving (hi s Ma, store? out on to .the Hudson's in selling- (lie present site of the nion slilion lo Mukcnrii. and lis sled lial tip ftrmiiMlb liolild hi, there, opposile the slorc. A.s a dp- ;cclor of'the Hudson's Uay Sir W'm. urged the relcn- Methodists Vote Nov.. or the letnodiit ehnrcli ire sending out to I members the ballots that will decide i icv them whether church union'will l tate. place with the Presbyterians and There, is hut'oiie question on the hallpt, "Are you1 in Vor of organic.union .with other les or no u to he the ansttei >ur kinds of hallots are'being issued ora lor ehuicli IS one or inemhers under .1.8, -nlF and one for officials 11 a will commence .week: and 'will continue until the suns will he compiled, ion of ilic proscnl site. Madero President Mexico City No, DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE EMPIRE Earl Grey Says Canadians, are Eager to Stay Inside it London. Vo,, nas entertained to a banquet" last night at veivcaatie-which was presided over "V tne Diil-.a of Nortthiimberland: In tnc comae of his speech Larl Gie0 j said the iieople of Canada were Rates Wanted The light'and waterrates were also >ne Inlo. The claim was .made that view of the clreap fuel in this city nit the light rates should be much neapcr and that inv profit that is Hegurding th. er outltf, l't wn? louKhl should be done once that important subject At tne present time the arrangement (s all satisfactory. Arangeinents j snqiild t'a made for separate outlets rpr the north of the city, to becoming more numerous and that 1 he enforcement' of vaccination iaws would lie strictly carried out. A nnmhcr of cases have been re- porled by municipalities throughout j tiie-province, although in tlie cities I cases are scarce. The provincial an- "I! beeomes 'icln-p' l" stutci1 if Mayor Chai'lifr, of Aylmer, quoted correctly us savins "IKl 'I'p'dld not liolicvr. smallpox con- tagious, he was a dangerous man and MAJESTIC THEATRE with cnnilai enough for a.rapid uevelopmenf of our natural resources. uilHt yeai> over Inimlgriinls ar- In Canuilii, bringing with timm of dollars of capital, llesidcs, me Drltislr ni'o pouring cnpltnl into Canada ol the rale of uuu nnnnaliy. lie Intimated thai Ihe arm would not. be changed. He )ie. loved in protection for the farmer as i as the manufacturer. Auction Sale Of Improved Residential property close in Tuesday, Nov. 14th at p.m. On Premises 613 12th Street Having been instructed by the owners, we will sell the following described property without reserve on the premises on the above date. size size FARM LABORER SUICIDES Lamonlon, Nov. lias reach. Win. a L farm a Kilnmnkm. the city that man employed snort rtltinncf north of nil- committed suicide by InuiKt-lf throucli hun. One Modern Eight Roomed Brick House and lot 36x124 ft, 613 12th Street South One Modern Six Roomed Brick House and lot 36x1.24 ft., 617 12th Street South This property is situated in one of the best residen- tial parts of the city and is sure to advance in value rapidly Will be Sold on Easy Terms For full particulars, apply to H.GALVIN CO. AUCTIONEERS Rooms C and D Balmoral Block CITY Phone 1425 ;