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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tncsthiy, Novi'inlivi' v.fVJ rim LETHBRIDGE PAILY HEKALD Buy Real Estate in the country that produces the best wheat in the wori To the Home Seeker Wo liiivo JuBt. (oijii'Ioteil Ji liilly nioderii six rooinod coUaKB on I21I1 Si. A.NOi-lli, ami invito iiiiyoiio wIbIiIiik Ki bc'chio u comfdrtaliirt well built home 10 comw iiiul inspoct our vvoiK and tlio I'XcoiitloiiiiHy comiiioilloiiH liiyoiil of Ww linlldliin. We Biiiiriiiitcn bolli iiiiitcvlal and work lo bo llrm-t;luF,k iiiid nil \vc ask oviir the prico of siiinn l� 11 decent wage. Our price $2,II0I)-S''>()0 al affairs can never be |)roperiy mauag-od by a board ot several aldermen who as a general rule cannot give the necessary time and study to the city's problems. What's th* use of u city cflMncll sitting together talking about matters with which very often it is not thorouglily conversant'.' Uemeui-her, I am making no insinuations." ejaculated Mr. llardie, who added that what ho meant to convoy was the fact that members ot ciiy councils fro-(luently found themselves facing prch-Icms of which they knew nothing. So therefore, the alTaii-s of any city should be operated on exactly the .same lines as a well managed business. Police Commission "What do you think ot the police commission IdoaT' asked the Herald. Mr. Hardle did not waste words, hut merely reiterated wlial has often been argued, namely, that the iiolice conld only be properly controlled by a com-, mission, It is absolutely useless for anyone lo imagine that you can j>ro-teet tile police force by aldermanic rule. You cannot do it beoauso, as sure as you arc alive there will sooner or later bo trouble. Take the control of th'C police out of the bands of the aldermen and institute a police commission, and the sooner the better. Mr. llardie lias studied the commission form of governuient very closely for some years and he is ready to light for it to the last ditch as lie firmly believes that the citizeu.s of Lethbridge want it without any more trilling. The following arc a few of the points .Mr. Hardie drew tile TTer-ald's attention to. namely. Five Good Points 1. Tiic people of [..othliridge have been urging fcr commission govern-nieni for nearly four years. 2. 'J'he Jieopic expivssed tliem-selvcH by vole, both direct ;ind in voting for the council for I ho uiisr, tiircu-ytars. as desiring commission governuient. 'I. 'I'h'O oulgolng council lia.s just sidetracked what was a plain issue under the false pretence that tiiey did not know what the people wanted. 1, It looks as if this was slni|ily another way of depriving the clli/.ens as a whole of what they desired, in the interest of a few. i'l. It is necessary to make Hie commission government an issue that cannot be longer delayed. The above are only a few points explanatory of Mr. Hardies views as to the manner In which he thinks the present city council has brindled the diawing up of the charter to be submitted to the legislature fcr aiithorily to institute the commission form ot government hi this city. 'I'ho candidate recognizes the dlfliculties In the way of studying and preparing the now charter, but is of the opinion that unless the present council buckle right down to hard work and business it will probably mean that ji comnils-slou form of government will not see the light of day in l>ethbrldge for some days to come. It is -itbsolutely necessary that the necessary aulhor-Ity bo obtained from llic Ifigislaturo this next session. Delays are dangerous and procraatination is tlie tlilef of time. Mr. Hardie slated to the Herald representative that ho would announce his complete municipal platform within the next few days. Choice Five - Acre Irrigable Garden Tracts ONLY A FEW LEFT Von can make one of these 5 at'i't- arden tracts is held at $250 per acre en hloe, wIumi you can hiiy this land in o-ilcre tracts; at $250 per acre on the above t^asy tenns. it is an opportunity th'ati liould not miss, these ardeii tracts hcino- only two'mileSvfrWm vou si these ardeii tracts Lcthhridr^e's City Limits, should easily douhle in value in tjn'oe yciLrs or in less time. Tliese warden tracts \vill stand your iiispoctioii |i.nd if'^ i not satisractory you will only have lost a lew minutes oi' your time. H. Galvin BaIiiior:il Block, Letiibriiluc, Alta.Piioiic 1425 / , Office open evenings. Room C BACHELORS DEFY CIVIC DECREE REFUSE TO GET MARRIED AND MAY BE EVICTED FROM HOUSES FREE SHOWS AS A PROTEST MOVING PICTURE MEN do not LIKE NEW LAW ENACTED AT FERNIE The Just Sul^divided 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. Duhlini Nov. 1.-There is somewhat oi a hullahalloo in the village ot Dunshaghtin, County Mcalh, because only ten ot Ihc s-ixty-ninc bachelors have married as they were warned three months a};o,.i;;ithpr to wed ot move out of the cottages owned by the rural council. (Special to The Herald.) Fernie, Nov. U.-Principal Daniels, of the city schools, reports an aver: ago attendance during October of 545. The total enrollment has reached GC.8, "22 boys and 'Jlfi girls. Considering thio prevalence of wliooping cough, measles, mumps and other slight illness, the average is extremely good, and the rolls continues to climb. The new addition to the Central WILL REVIVE UCENSE BYUW RAYMOND COUNCIL WILL REVAMP BYLAW IN ORDER TO SUPPLEMENT REVENUES ANGLICAN MINISTER DEAD; Winnipeg, Nov. 4.-Rev. A. J. Ari{Mli strong. Teeter of St. .James' Anglicaql:i Church, died yegterday of typhoW^ fever. The funeral is Ulrely to taka^ place at Blrtle, Man., where he caiq'e f."oni to this city. He was boru in land In 1878. Of the ten five had been apparent-; School is gradually approaching that Iv dptermincd woman haters botoro j �lase when it can be enclosed, the the order was issued. Thn cottages � walls now being half way up on to occupied by the bachelors arc owned; the second storey, by the rural council, the members of} A few mere than a hundred new w'hich wish not only to increase thcj names have been added to tho niunicl-population oi the town but to in-1 pai voters' list, and the signs bEgln crease its prnsperily, and they rea-1 ,, ,.,,itiply which indlcato a contest soiled that if llio bachelors would marry they would become thriSty, work'nioru rcsuhuiv and be of great- c , . . in , ^r>,,i,iiiniiv shows on Sunday, in accordance with cr ecncral service to the comnumuv. , - , , , The council',-; ultimatum expired : " resolution of the council passed last .\ovember lirst. but a few davs ,J ' T"osday night, has caused . a slight grace havo been allowed and there is ' ripple upon the civic waters, and one still a chance for cupid to do a sav-, .t;u-l; by liim.self than| sharn the linesi cdllaia' in Dunsliaugli-j tin with 11 "siic [^uiiliii." In justice fo ruaiiy of these hache-lor.M, it lie .idinitted that they are a trtllo loo nlil to catch the fancy of the l;v(ly ot the (Icrman ' institulicin i!ecogiii/ing thai Oer-Imaiiy's cciiisuiiiplion of wheal, will he ' largely increased in the fiitnrt, Mr. '.Scott hopes lo sop an active pio|ia-.ganda in (.ierinam on behalf of Ciiiia-diaii wheat, llioii.t'li he adiiiittpd (lijit Canada lias not felt ',li(.> nerd of ; tra.iisfdriiiing the cxistiiit'.; provisoriuui into a di'tiiiitn Irealy w'itli Ciprmnnv Snaps 2 lo(^ I'iU'injj,' ciisl on I Ith �St.. wntcf. s