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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Sulm-ilny, November J5, 1913 THE LETIIBRTDOK DAILY 11 KHALI) Page 9 ECTORS Ladies and Gentlemen I hereby oflfcr myself as a candidate for the Mayor- ally and respectfully solicit your votes and influence. I stand on my ten years' record before the people of i.ciiiuridjjc in public capacities, as President of the Agri- cultural Society, President of the Hoard of Trade and Mayor of (he City. In the case of the first two named, records will show the progressive measures taken and (he worth while accomplished. As Chair- man of the 1'arks and lioulevards Committee, of the Council, I endeavored to make Lefhbridge a clean, beau- tiful and pleasant city. I claim the honor of having been Chief Executive of I.elhbridge during (he most important years of its history- T'lc people had decreed, that the City should spend over a dollars for improvcrhcnls in 1912, and the council did it. Right in the middle of the work the bottom starfed (b sag out of the money market. There had been, no note of warning. Hut the council finished (he work in spite of (his handicap, gave a dollar's worth of work for every dollar spent." A man .who can give the city dollar for dollar when (here is of money (o spend, should lie able to make good, when the money bags have to Ue jeal- ously guarded. Such a man should be able to prac- tice economy and get the greatest amount of AVork'donc vdlh a minimum of expense, whether it new work or merely gelling the best out of what we have. Should you honor me by electing me Mayor of (he city again, I am in a position to give my whole time (o (he work and shall always endeavor to keep Lethbridge Ihe most promising city in Western Canada. GEO.M. HATCH UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS AT ONE 'O'CLOCK SHARP 'j Oh Wednesday, November 19th Sale to on'the Sauth-East quarter, of Section 32, Township .10, Range '22; 6 miles'frbm Noble station) 7 miles vfromi Diamond City 8 miles from Klpp and in one of the best centres of farm belt. All mares bred to the horse. HORSES 1 Pair STatched Bay Geldings, 1 years old, 1300 HJS. 1 Bromi Gelding, 5 years old, HOO 1 Sorrel Mare, 7 years 1200 Iba. 1 Drown Mare, 7 years old, 1200 tbs. aM.ljirJ years L Sorrej Mare, .3 yea'rs old, 1200 -Ihs. ,1 Grado PercheroQ Horeo Horeo .colt, 1200 Ibs. 1 Blue Mare; 3 years' oldi 1200 IbsV 1 Black Grado Percheron .SUIUon, rising two years old. 1 Roaa Mare, rieiug 2 years old. 1 Bay Gelding, 7 years old, 1500 Ibs. 1 Black mare, 7 years old IMPLEMENTS 1 Bain Wagson, 3ii Inch, 1 Imperial Gang Plow I Xerr vraggon, Inch. 1 Ideal Sulky Plow. 1 Weber Waggon, Inch. l Massey-llarris "Walking Plow water tank nnd all com-. stubble Irdaker. V pleto. 1 Double Democrat 1 sitiyle buggy, pole and shafts. 1 llassey-Harrls Binder, 8 ft cut 1 Deering Mov-'cr nearly new, C foot cut. 1 Horsb Rake, 12 foot 1 John Deero Sulky'Plow. lS-in. bottoms. V 1 McCormlck Drill, 16 disc. Nov. 19, 1913 J'jang rind price '.Isls can he obtained en Application to Dlil'T. OFNATURAL 11ESOTJI5CHS Cnnadhiii Pacific Knt FIRST JEW AS LORD CHIEF JUSTICE which with (Reynold's Koltonir.g the resignation of Lord the appointment is of- ficially ol iair Uufus Isaacs as tie ntw LorJ Chief Justice. Kir John Simon, the new Attorney-Gen- eral, is succeeded Ly .Mr. S. 0. liuck- master, K. C., as SoJicitor-Geaeral- _ _ _ __.______ The have beea justices, wUn he estorted are poieoiied with alcohol and patcd fur time. 7i'he retiring j vt-rdict ol acquittal from a Tory jcatiuot resist tho craving for drlat? is of thisPou wlvcB of drinking wen ran have shrewd, keen oL-st-n'.itiorj ILe 'joiuts wire driven There has hardly iu ihe last fifteen years without Mm. His success the defence get' drank Curing Husbands Of Drink Are ycu worn oul and discc-ui-agcd loins to get tiitm sober and keep thc-m thai way I3o (Itey promise they -will slop anil then go'out and N'ov. The Spectator aays: Do you realize they lftft aftef B] o! Sir Edward Jtuswll, of Ur-jdo not deceive you ana tlic-uiselvos erpool against tte Tory l.i- because are wilful, but because Lord Chief -Justice, Lord Alverstone, judge and a Tory it i lias had coufeire'l upon him a Vis- lease that we hflieve he co'jutcy o! tbe I'nittd Kingdom. The proud. His speech as raosl soljer hualiaDds lf >'oa At o'clock last Sunday oven- of suffering, Jrihii Siruun from the ol Soli- ing-to Mr.-.1. 11. Joel was the cilor-Otvjcral to succeed Sir Kufus! another great [orer-sic x-1.111 TV iSfjAtj INS i E rui K, 820 13th Avc. West, Calgary Isaacs as Allorney-vJeneral does Lot, of course, necessitate a hye-election. Sir Ituius Isaacs is the first Jew- to become Lord C'liift .fusfice of this country, b'Jt not tljc to be ap- pointed lo tfce judicial lienrli of the High Com I, the latter honor Leiug clainieil by aiiottier uiilliant lawyer, flic late Sir (J. Jessel, wlio bcoame Master tf Ilolls after a term ol as Soliritor-Gi'.ieral. Mr. Ar- thur Colien, K.C., was onL-e a Judgeship, but Autoinalic- I'hone W. 1525 THE MAUCOM Pl.ASUKIiS Jn 13UJ he the Uo'-isc usj Liberal M. I1, tor aiiJ rap- i Lccajr.e OTIP of ihe most iufiueii- tial I'arli.inientarLans, especially on' such ns the I'arliaraent Act P. far Cambridge, the first oi his anil the Home liulr Hill, lie was folitiral color to sit fnr the turough pointed -in since was defeated in Jan- andvsooti Attjracy-Gfter-j uary, l-'or he ivas at, receiving In .My 1912, the the ths tired eyes of Col. Paul Hooker Heed closed Iu death and Ills to'Jl passed jieacefully to its reward. Col. Jleed was born at 1-Vankford, Neb., on O.-i. 7. 1S42. and thus iiassed the allotted tlrae of three score and ten years. At Louisville, Ky.. he untried Mias Ida Cancrrcr. who, along three daughters and one son. remain to mourn loss of a loving husband and a kind acd Indulgent father. lie la also s'jrtiitd by ono trolher, Salomon S. Ilctd. ot lauls- vllle. Ky., who vlbltctl Mi brothel here a year atjo. In his younger days Col. Heed lock an active pan in politics. He served as a colonel in the Confederate army and Jater was elected Mayor of Louis- vilte, Ky. He was at one time recelv- fr of tho Chancery court and chair- man of the democratic state conven- tion of Kentucky. To The Home In Scotland, England and the Continent can be made at the lowest cost. Large new steamers. Weekly sailings, Kesme ac- commoiiaUons now. For full Information asfc any railway or steamship agent, or, H. E. LIDMAN, Genera! Aycnl, 349 Main St Man. ally with liis promotion to the merely attacked ny the] the late Sir -Mm lirijg. ;of Ihe. British Judiciary, Sir Rufus, whose new honor will ue acclaimed !hy the become a peer, join- ling a small but distinguished i-roup his co-religionists in the House of i Lords. There are al present four .'Jewish Peers Lord Kn-aythlfng, Lord Uothschild, Lord Illirhclbam, (and Lord Wanilsworth. Sir Ituius will he the filth. S' UUFUS' HOMATIC (JARKEIt Tho carefr ol Sir Kufus Isaacs has been not merely remarkable, but ro- itie. Horn in London in 1SCO. hi Tories fn the boj'e of through Mr. i and stop- of parliament, !iut in 1911 prccrfrntcd ol a seat iu the' Kfiihlei- Uirision of Yorlshire was 1 Me al80 a 3-nd degree Mason. Cabinet. Tte Marctrai Rlad to accept dim as a successor to! Tc'n >'ears ne removed to Seat- He and two years ago he came to Mac- j leotl, having previously bought the Whlpple ranch, but falling health fol- lowed, and the end came Sunday. On Monday afttraoon the funeral service a-as held at liis residence by Itev. Smith, and on Tuesday morning bis sorrowing wife and Eon accompanied his remains to Seattle for cremation. ping tie latter's Land ally collapsed uhpn the House Commons last June vindicated good faith of both .Ministers, and re- probated the false charges of coirup- lion ihade against them. The confidence ol the Liberal party in Sir. UuEus was expressed at- the luncheon to him and Mr. Lloyd Macleod, -Xov. case of con. the National Literal club, sldcrahle interest to farmers In the The.fcfling of the bar was shown 'neighborhood will be heard at Pincher i ic.inta lie, ILI.'1? ovation at the of the wtien the xu r. 1 creek whea Hoy Mlrpalrick, a young a trexcnflous man of that- town Trill he given hia chant and ship broker. Kducatcd HruEsels, Hanover, and University i College school, Ixintfon, he began life going lo sea.and shipping as a on a three One VQV- I age, however, was enough to satisfy 'his thirst for adventure by sea. He then, went to iu cotiiiec- jtJoti ivilh his father's Of lie soon grew weary. Then .he tried (he Slock Kxdiange for Society a felicitous Ilard- ogy by Lord Justice HatniHon. With prclEminary hearing on the charge oi stealing ten horses, the -pvoperty of on or atout July last. this complete vindication, Sir accused youth, who was arrceU Isaacs ascends to the pn.sttioa he has1 earned, anil will unquestionably adorn: Sir John'Simon, iviio succeeds Sir Kulus Isaacs as Attorney-General, has ha_d a phenomenally rapid rise to fame: 'He is still rjuite a J'ounjr man, llls .few years, but with ill success, anil'; it was cot until 1S84 that he found ?nd> of his tree, rotation, and entered as student at the Middle Temple. j Hut- at this date, alter all liis var-j iied experience, he was no older than 'many other entrants froni the X'ni- vcrsities, for I.e. was only twenty.- Eour years old, and was but Iwentv- scvcn when he was called lo the Bat and joined the Northcin lie eil at Swift Current was hrouglil to Macleod on Jlonday, and will be tak- eu oa to Pincher Creek. for t PREMIUM TO GERMAN CREWS Berlin, Nov. premium of J2F- was awarded today by the Ger 1 set of 3-Sccllon Iron nearly trucks' 1 Snildle ?nd BrldEe. 2 doublo sets of team harness, 1 set Double Light Harness; 1 Single eet ot HarneBB. cows, 1 heifer rising two years old; all good graaea brood stfws due to litter about Nov. 10th. GO chickens, 5 ducks, 100 pigeons, BO turkeys, Also shovels, picks, spades and other articles too niimeroua to mention.. TERMS OF sums and under cash; over this amount halt caah. Twelve months credit on furnishing approved jolut notes with interest at S per cent on all credit amounts or'. 8-per-cent off for caati. FARM FOR acres all broke and under cuHivatfonr Terras JQ% down nnd balance in thirty days. Mortgage to ho assumed .LUNCHEON SERVED. NewUnds School District AUCTIONEER, J. A. SMITH A BAKER'S DOZEN One of the many eiplanaiions of- fered of the fact that a "baker's doz- en" consists of thirteen units, follows; In those early days when bread TVLS sold In open market Instead of shops, women took un the trade of selling bread from door to door. They received from the bakers thir- teen loaves for the price ot twelve, the odd one constituting their WHITE STAH LINE'S MAMMOTH LONDON-PARIS VU Iliawtt, CklrtMif H4 SMttMtM Holiday Sailing December 13 OFFICES 333 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG, OR LOCAL AGENTS 'had liot lung to wail lor success. H icanie last. Small bricls led on 'to larger oaes: His first Lig case as ai junior, .in', the .s'uil, uliiclf Tvas heard in 1831. tlieu 'lie acquired a reputation among coun- lawyer Sir [man life-savius society to- the life- John enjoys the estimation ol his! boat crews of the liner Grower Kur, learned brethren in a remarkable de-'fust and Seydlltz. in recognition of As a politician his rapid de-1 their achievements during the rescue vcfopment has been a matter of fceen of the passengers and crew of tha iteamer VoHurno, while she was burning during a. terrific storm In mid-Atlantic on October 11. Gold medals were presented to Ihe cap- ains and first officers of the rescuing vessels, and gold- find silver medtls o thirteen other officers and men. !sel as one lic.iv nuc. He liu'aiuc a tlic city specialist CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Department of Natural Resources ANNOUNCES SALE OF LOTS IN THE TOWNSITE OF j commercial caies. Hul his j ivas lound equally convincing- in al- :most any class of trial, and by trm j close of the nineties ti.nlccr- 1 sally spoken of as the coming man at fthc Jiar, ar.fl there were the usual guesses at Ihe fabulous income- 'vlii-.n rumor declared him. to he making. HHILLIAXT ADVOCACY Like many .other eminent har- ristcrs, Sir Knius hatl an 'infinite ca- padly fot work, lie never1 "spared himself, yet. was always eager; alc'tt, a'-tivc, nnd aliie. He took silk- in 'JS38, nnd when Mr. Justice. Dlghani n-as. raiced to hench it ivas to Mr. -liufus Isaac's, that the reversion of his magnificent commercial prac- tice fell. Twri yrars later fjir Ed- ward Catson l-.ccamc Kolicilor-Crn- cral, which ineAr.t (hat another ser- Hes of eminently lucrative briefs ivere. jhrought his way. His advocacy was joE a high order. Tls secret was ils persuasiveness. The voice was but the argument also was very sound and good. There was no tor- rent of. eloquence, but a flow ol interest to tlic whole party. The son minister, he was-.born at .Manchester, .educated at Edinburgh .and" College, Oxford, and intVliis keen analytical mitid and unbounded capacity for work soon'madc-a name for himself, first the Wctlrrn- Circuit and-then in'l.ontlon. --r He won a great'ant! famqus victory for Librralism at -'Walthainslow a few years ago, aad recently, ior the of Free Trade, announced his intention oi Riving up a safe seat arid fighting another big battle in North- West Manchester at the next irensial election. Sir John is the first" At- torney-General to step sttaight into the.cabinet. His predecessor was not ven thai rank until he had chief law, officer foe Eome time, and Sir Rufus, as was remarked at the .time, was the first Attorney- tleneral to lie appointed to the inner council of Ihe ministry. With his great anilities Sir John combines a charming fcrsonal modesty, and has hosts of loyal friends. Stanley Ofi'fn nuckmasfer, or Sir Stanley as he will now hccoine, has a Vfry large'practice and a big reputation. He is just over fifty. In 190G he was returned as Liberal Fall And Winter Excursions Berthing LfsU Now Open Attractive Sailings by Various STUR DDMlilBN LI MONTREAL. QUEBEC, LIVERPOOL Located on N. E. Section 17, and N. W. 'Snr.tlon 1fi. In Townthlp 6, Range 11, West 4th, cast ol Stirling ori new Weyburn- Letnbrldge Branch. Lots in thlg Townalto will to placed on Iho market for sale at The office of A. H. BURDETT, Alta, ILLUSTRATED SAVING. Above his station. WILLOW RIVER (NTKHIOR IIH1TISH COLUMBIA'S future MASUFACTURI.VO and COM- MERCIAL Capital, offers unrivalled opportunities for money making 1M- spportunlllts for money making ].N" VESTMENTS, BUSINESS, nnd 1IO5IES. Ixicated on the FHAS and WILLOW KIVEUS, OH AND TRUNK I'ACinC, PACIFIC AND HUDSON HAY and other, railroads In natural supply point for the WON'- DERFUI, PEACE R1VKH COUNTRY and the tilCfl JHN1NQ DISTRICT, Insures the future of VS LOW ItlVBH. Write now, today, for free maps, plats, etc. PACIFIC LAND TOWNSHIPS CO LIMITED." 302 Street, Vancouver, 8. C Agents Wanted LAURENTIC Nov. 22 CHRISTMAS SAILINGS From From Portland Hallfix CANADA Dec. 2 Dec. 3 MEGANTIC...... Dec. 6 Dec. 7 TEUTONIC ........Dec. 13 Dec. 14 While Star Line Nov. 20. Oedric, Dec. 4, Baltic, Dec. 11 Celtic. New York, Southampton, Plymouth ft. long Nov. 19 mid PCD. 13. MAJESTIC Nov. 20. OCEANIC, Dec. 5 New York, Dec. 12 Liverpool Nov IS and Doc. 15 Arabic Tho Laurentlc and are the largest steamers In the Canadian Trade arid embody' all tlio comforts and luxuries of travel. The Teutonic, Canada and Arabic arc termed One-Class Caoln Ships on which passengeis have the best ac- commodations at Second Ctasa rates. Comfort and economy com- bined. For rales. Olher Sailings, Illustrated Ilooklets, etc., apply lo nearest rail- way or steamship agent or wiilc. W. M; MctEOD, Canadian Western Passenger Agent 333 Main St. Winnipeg AOENTS S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. AGENT A3k about onr Nltto Cruises lo Pan- ntna'Canal and West Indies or iledil- erranean Crnlscs to tho Klviera, Italy and Egypt. The high, class residential district, North Lethbridge Easiest Terms MITFORD CO. NOTICE PROSPECTIVE FARMERS, MARKET GARDENERS, OR CITY INVESTORS Have for sale at a Snap, the following: IMPLEMENTS Xew Weber (Kins of all) 3 tier box and brakes, good as new 1 Maasey-Harria iiacil to cut a acres.- J John JJcere Plow (1C In.) Stubble and Hrcrtkcr. 1 John Deere 4-sctt Lever'Harrow. 1 I. H. 0. 16-16 Disc Truck. J 20-Single, Disc Drill. PROPERTY Two Tots ou 17th Street, North Lelhbridgo, good shatli, tiro bedrooms, tilcben and large rjantrj', also nEce new stable oa property. Have nice Quarter Section, sub-divEded, all 10 acre pfota close to city, can sell choap, on terma. The best in district for market gardens, poultry, etc., at price. See ma for good terms, on quick salo. One Feven roomed house on Hth St. Routh, fully modern, nice lawn back and front. Flower Good basement. W. A. BLENNER HASSETT ADDRESS I2H 5th Ave. South. PHONE'1106 To Europe from Canada Direct by the Old Reliable CUNARD LINE CARRVINO ONE CLASS CABIK AND THIRD CLASS S. S. Andania and Alaunia Each, tons. NEWEST VESSELS IN THE CANADIAN .SERVICE. For putJcoUrt Italinji