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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tnc.sdiiy, Xovt'intHT I'.nx THE LETIIBIM DOE DAILY IJKKAU) Pan Buy Real Estate in the country that produces the best wheat in the worlft To the Home Seeker have just completed a fully modern six roomed collude on J2ih St. A.'North, anil invite anyone to secure a comfortable well built homo to come and inspect our and e.vceidioiiiilly commodious layout of building. gmmmteo both material iiiifl work to be llrtH-elaKK and all ut- usk ovtir tin- price oi' is a decent balance to suit. Apply Harleman and Shand Carpenters on the Building After C p.m. at 1S18 Sixth Avenue A. North I Want To Deal A Kimiley OH-l'iili. Ifi-liO; practically new. Glvo mo iind plow S.'ifl acres, Ktubhfu ground (his fall, or next spring or summer fallow next year. Plowing to be done not less than five inches deep. 1 have acres to be plowed. ftrm Lands O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Loans Look This Up 53 feet, 4-. in. ciist on l2Ui St., 8., be- tween Otli and Till Avmuios at Terms. Exclusive Your Listings Desired A. V. GIBBONS Phone 1425 Kooni Balmoral Block W. D. L. HARDIE WILL RUN FOR MAYORALTY HONO Has Good Platform With Commission Govern- ment I-oremost RENTALS INSURANCE Something You Can't Beat .Hiilf-section .200 iim's broken; all fenced House and close to li ve town. GEORGE ANGUS tlOOM 116 SHERLOCK BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Fire Insurance Money to Loan Buy a Cheap Home Five roomed, fully modom cottage, on one lot, half block-from car line, cash, balance iu five years. The C. B. Bowman Agency BLOCK. PHONE 1324. L. Hardiu bus definitely de- cided to enter the approaching muni- cipal contest as candidate lor UK mayoralty. -Mr. Hardie was inter viewed taut, evening by a Herald re- presentative who found in the mayor- alty candidate a staunch advocate of tlie fimnmiKsion form of government. To the Herald's (jtiery: "What is your view on the question of municipal government, by Mr, llardie's face lit up, his eyes flashed uud forth came the answer true aw a Io its mark: "What arc my views yon say'.' AVell, my idea of the whole situation as regards the handl- ing of the affairs of a city is that they should be operated in precisely the same modus operand i as any j soundly managed business. Municipal affairs can never be properly manag- ed by a board of several aldermen who as a general rule cannot give the necessary time and study to the city's problems. What's the une of a city cihincil sitting' together talking about matters with which very often it is not thoroughly conversant? Reniem- her, I am making no insinuations." ejaculated -Mr. Hardie, who added that what he meant to convey was the fact that members of city councils'fre- quently found themselves facing prob- lems of which they knew nothing. So therefore, the affairs of any city tshi ness. Police Commission "What do you think of tlie police commission asked the Herald. Mr. Hardie did not waste words, but merely reiterated what has often been argued, namely, that the police could only be properly controlled by.a com-, mission. It. is absolutely useless for to imagine that you can pro- the police force by aldcrnianic rule. Von .cannot, do it because, as sure as you arc alive tilers will soon- 2. Tht- people i-xpivssod HUM selves by vote, both direct and in vot- ing for the council for thy hast Uiu, yturs, as desiring commission govern- j f UIGIlL Tlit? oiilgoinK council lias just] sidetracked what was a plain issue i midt-r the false pretem-u that, they j dill nut know what tho people wanted. It looks as If this was simply another 'way of depriving (lie citizens as a whole of what they desired, in Choice Five Acre Irrigable Garden Tracts ONLY A FEW LEFT the interest of a few. it is necessary to make the commission government an issue that cannot longer delayed. The.above are only a few iioiula ex- planatory of Mi1. Mar-die's views as to the manner in which lie thinks th-e present ciiy council has handled the drawing up of the charter to be sub- mitted to the legislature fur authority to institute the commission form of government in ibis city. The candi- date recognizes the difficulties in the way of studying ami preparing the new charter, hut is of the opinion that unless the present council buckle right down to hard work and business it will probably mean that a, commis- sion form of government will not see the light of day In Lethbridge for some days to come. It is Hbsolntely necessary that the necessary author- ity bo obtained from the legislature this next session. Delays are dangtir- ous and procrastination is the thief of time, Mr. Hardie stilted to the Herald representative that ho would announce his complete municipal plat- form within the next few days. .oiild by operated on exactly the[ D A rilCf ADC HE17V me lines as a 'well managed busi-j "Li I CIVIC DECREE REFUSE TO SET MARRIED AND MAY BE EVICTED FROM HOUSES Dublin Nov. There is sonu'whrtt of a hullahalloo in the village of nunahaghtin, County Mcath, because ion C.MII make OIK! of these'5 at'h: Vracl.s> produce a living for a ftimily by handlinir. Do yon lliink il. wise in Jelling the opportunity pass without securing al lea-it one ol' Ihcin, when you can do so for a payment of dish and the balance on ihe forms of per month. Tins land adjoining these garden Iracts is> held 11T. per acre'en bloc, when yon can buy this land in 5-aere tracts at per acre on ihe above easy terms, it is an opportunity tli'at yon .should not miss, these garden tracts being only -miles, from Lcl.h bridge's City Limits, should easily double in value in Hi roe years or in less time. Those garden tracts will stand your inspection and if- not satisfactory yon will only have lost a few minutes of your time. H. Galvin Halinoral Block, Lellibmlj-e, Alta.Phoiie 1425 .Ollice open evenings. Room C FREE SHOWS AS A PROTEST MOVING PICTURE MEN DO NOT LIKE NEW LAW ENACTED AT FERNIE (Special to The Herald.) Ferine-, Nov. 3. Principal Daniels, of the city schools, reports an aver: ago attendance during October of 546. The total enrollment has reached GC.S, NELSON INSURANCE MAN {uml well Known throughout the in- SUICIDES AT MIDWAY ftei'lor of liritish Columbia. Grand Korkfi, U. C., Ocl. II. Jtocksieack-r. ;cn insunuict- agent of; PHYSICIANS ORGANIZE Nelson, committed suicide yesterday The physicians of Xantpn, Oayloy, nl. Midway hy -hooting himself. IllKJMlsu River, Ofcotoks, Dlucklc, Brunt body was found in a. vacant building and Vnlr-an iii'o uniting'-In the organs- and an inquest was doomed necessary zation of a District Modictil Society. llu has been in poor health for sov-I for the study and discussion of medi- ars of and surgical topics. r or later bo trouble. Take the con- j only inn oi the sixty-nin trol of police out of the hands of have married as UK-V w hoys and girls. Considering prevalence of whooping I MI oi Hie sixty-nine bachelors IIIO.IBIM! nlld ere warned; slight ill- tvol of the police out of the bands of I nave marricn as uiy- V.VK: .lvcrage is good Ihe aldermen and iustiluie a police i tbrcc months to well or. ,he rona lo climb, commission, and Ihe. sooner the bet move out oMl.e cottages owned bi- ter. Mr. Hardie lias studied tho com- mission, form of government very "f.TaerJ'tciore stage when It can be enclosed, the cotlasies i walls now half way up on to The new addition to the Central for some yoarsand he ready to light tor H to the lust ditch Dm: U I the points .Mr. Hardie drew the Her- ald's, attention to. namely: Five Good Points 1. The people of Lethbridge have been urging fcr com mission govern- ment I'or nearly four years. Of the ten, five bad been apparent-j School is gradually approaching that :iuBti.. ......a LM.J thc w_is (.QLUuies i .vuus now twmg nan way up on to .0 light for H w tho last ditch as ho icd bv lhfl arc owiicilj the second storey. believes tbat the citizen ofK coimdl) A feft. mm than a [rfthbnclBe want it without any raoro which wish to inereasc lllc; camcs imvo becu [Q rifliiie. The a lew of populatioil ol- Ulc town but to in- pal votors. Hat( aud Hre signs bcgiu crease its prosperity, and they rea-j ,0 imiit.ipiy which inrticato a contest haohclors become thrifty, work more regularly and be of great- soncd Uiat if the juarry they would j for civic honors in January. closing of the moving picture Vr ccncral sprvicc to ihe conmumityj shows on Sunday, in accordance with The council's ultimatum expired j !i resolution of the council passed last XuVcnsLcr first, hut a few days ,.f Tuesday night, has caused a slight grace have been allowed and there is' ripple upon the civic waters, and une still a chance for i-upid to (lo a sav-; tr two of tho picture men are holding ing work of grace. The ten who have open house without charge, tonight, married arc trying lo persuaclo the as a .protest, but it is thought that oilier, bachelors to 150 arid do likewise! HUH will not lasl. and thereby save, their cosy little j ,L is tbc City Council llonicy- i been backed by the Attorney-Gen- We have the exclusive sale of 48 lots adjoining Gal- braith School on the east, commanding one of the best views in the city. Only one block from water and-sewer and within a few minutes of street cars. WILL REVIVE LICENSE BYLAW RAYMOND COUNCIL WILL RE- VAMP BYLAW IN ORDER TO SUPPLEMENT REVENUES Raymond, Alta., Nov. the special meeting o[ the Council there was a long tlise.uHEiou on the advis- ability of altering in some measure the bylaw recently passed by council gov- erning licenses under the new Towns Act. It will be generally known that under tlie new system only land val- ues are taxed, and that provision is made'for licensing all business activ- ities within the municipality.. The enforcement of the bylaw met 'with considerable opposition, and one or two business men threatened j.o leave town. The council such op- position tand were prepared for a re- adjustment when the mind pC the peo- ple was luiown to them. Aceordiiigly the town solicitor and Hceuso com- mittee have instructions to go over tho bylaw again, and change figures where so that the whole mny conform more to the purpose in tended. It was also decided on motion that, the instruction given a month ago for a persistent effort to get in all taxes in arrears should now take the form of collection by distraint, and the Sec- retary-treasurer was instructed to pro- ceed with this method at once. Collection of electric light and 'wa- ter arrears nre also io be gone after, ANGLICAN MINISTER DEAD; Winnipeg, Nov. A. J. ArnH strong, rector of St. .lames' Church, died yesterday of Cover. The funeral is lilcelj to takeJ place at Birtle, Man., jvhere he came from to this city, 'lie was born m Ire- land In 187S. 1 without exception, Some have pn.mi.wil drey will, 1ml' Tor'cio'sing' 'imdThi jthc majority, have- (Iwlare.l they wm j.ommnencv. [won't, and oni' i-nisty individual ol j i arc lo be cut off. ItliL' lot assi-ns thai he would vatliuc i Fcrilu; wa5 llre "10 live- in a hay by lilmsrlt Shan j lirovlncc, where these shows were Hauiilion Scottish societies propose I share tile linrst- c'c'.lar.c in Dnnslialigll-, lo mil seven days in the monument to Hnrns. tin with a "sin- Rohl'in." i "nd if is likely Hull the fashion willj .M. Klcinlus. of Siandu'ich, ita In jus-lice rjianv of these Inu-he-1 become irenenil, tlespite the iirotest j inmate at the London Insane Asylum lors, it lit- atimitled that tlie.y of those who tiieill open. I was lulled by falling into a trench. arc a trille Ion "III to eater, the ian- SEA MINE EXPLODED OFFICERS KILLED: Kiel, Germany, Nov. Com- mander Jacobson and. Petty officer Fuchs were killed, and Lieut. PJinka seriously injured today by the ejvplo- siou of a sea mine, during practice. They all belong to the cruiser Yorok. Own a Home The s'olid brick, fully modern six room cot- tage, No. 536 12th St. S., is for sale and no reasonable offer will bo refused. The lot Las 50 feet frontage and faces east. For particulars etc., write to the owner, 0. D. Austin Drawer. L Lclhbridgc, Alberta Corner Lots each 1-VICeS. Inside Lots each Special terms of 1 -8 cash, balance 1 5 per month with 6 per cent interest. Lots opposite selling at each. These are the best buying in the city. Make your selections at once. t Alberta Loan Investment cy of tlie lassie in County ivicatli, lite lassies ave noted fur their and beauty. LOAN SCHEME FOR FARMERS PREMIER SCOTT STUDIES SYS- TEM IN TION AT NEXT SESSION 416 5th StreetS. Company Telephone 1214 Offices in Lethbridge, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver naps 2 I'aciiiu; casl on I Hi.. sew- er and rinse In car line ;U LorniH. A. fully nuuli'ni 7 room house on 28 I'l. lot. cor. Jlili vc. 'a hiiiidlcs. R. V. Gibbons Co. UNPRECEDENTED OFFER lit Lots in North Lethbrldfie, centrally located No cnsh required. Hankablo note accept- ed. J. R. REVILL Room Klrkham Block. PIroncs 1018. a neKro. aged 1M. was jiiven tlci maximum ol' il inr. in jail and a lino of for crondiictlny a dlwonlerly house. I per week invested here will start you on the road to fortune LOTS IN BASSANO A LOT NOTHING DOWN A WEEK NO INTEREST Lots Guaranteed 'High, dry level WILLIAM KLEIN REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE 215 Loughced t3uilding Calgary, Alberta Two Xorth Ld lib ridge Terms HOUSES TO RENT ,V MONEY TO LOAN Keward offered for infonna- lion leading lo the conviction of parlies destroying our signs. The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg.Ttli St.; ;