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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 TTTF. LKTHBRl'DCJE DAITA HKltALD November SO, To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge We arc a candidate for the ollice of Mayor of-our City because the citizens under tlu> most trying terms that.a plebiscite vote could be taken on throe distinct, occasions pro- nounced themselves, bv a large majority in favor of STRAIGHT 'Commission Govern- ment and because at the last two municipal elections practically every member of the Council was pledged to give the City commis- sion form of government at the earliest pos- sible moment. The present council practi- cally ignored the plebiscic and the individual pledges by only beginning to consider the ISTCw Charter at the last moment and then throwing up its hands on the psendo excuse that it did not know what the people wanted. We have the impression that this is only a ruse to sidetrack the question of Commission Gov- eminent. This is not a personal matter with us. We have no inurbane feeling towards anyone in connection and are only endeavoring to 'further the interest of the city as. we "see the necessity for a change in the System of City Government. We shall bo glad to meet and discuss our views with any ratepayer at his or her con- venience. The door of our home is open to all-at all times to anyone who wishes to see, us in respect to our platform or any other matter. stand for a Police Commission, as advocated by the city press, composed of the Mayor, the District Judge, and the Police Magistrate. stand for BOOSTING and are strongly opposed to BOOMING our city. stand for progressive, but economi- cal government. stand for a close scrutiny of all fin- ancial affairs and complete publicity in all accounting in all departments, independent- ly, and in relation to each other. stand for Commission Government as it is practically in effect today and giving splendid results in the city of DCS Mqines, la., with such few alterations as would better suit Lethbridge conditions. Briefly it is as follows: Three independent commissioners or superintendents elected .directly by the people, subject to the E.E- CALL. The three commissioners jointly, arc an advisory committee to each one of the three departments. For Legislative purposes the three commissioners automatically be- come a board of aldermen. All legislation is scibjct to the INITIATIVE and the EEFEK- ENDUM. Under these conditions the rate- payers have control all the time, whereas in the Aldcrmanic System the ratepayers have absolutely no say or control excepting on election day. Under this system we direct responsibility fixed on each Commissioner singly and on the three jointly, so that there can be no "craw-fishing" or shunting blame. Ff there is any virtue in the Aldcrmanic System, we retain enough of it to let these virtues have full sway. YOURS TKULT, W. D. L. HARDIE MEDAL FOR LORD STRATHCONA sources am] commerce of Canada London. Nov. evening at tho meeting of tbo Royal Society of Arts, Lord Sanderson, on behalf of the Duke of Connaiight, the president cf, {he Lord Strath- cona with the Society's Albert modal for his services In" improving railway communication, and developing tho re- for bis services to tlftr Empire in gen Mrs. H. p. Plcak, of HinnUion, has received a telegram from Kamloopa, U. C., stating that her son Hex, a bank clerk, aged 23, and married. JH bold on a murder Cut ut ana maae by expert niecliames in Lethbridge NEWLANDS Opp. Herald Fellow Elector Again I solicit your vote for an Aldermauic scat. Three years ago yon thought iii lo exalt me, beyond my fondest expectations. This year I had no intention of olTering you my poor service, but 1 cannot resist the call of those whom 1 believe to be my sincere friends and whom I know to he devoted citizens of Lethbridge. I feel, however, in my plat form building, 1 have proven myself a failure, so I promise you nothing beyond serving you from dn.y to day, as yon would he sewed. Take me as yon know me, or throw me clown if yon think it in the best interests of our city to do so. Tours to command, ROBERT SAGE -------9 To the Ratepayers of the City of Lethbridge Ladies and Gentlemen: I have definitely decided to offer my name for the nomination for Alderman in the coin- ing civic elections. In doing so, I can sincerely assure you that it is not from a motive of the honor attached to the position but solely from a keen sense of public duty. In my humble opinion, I believe that our city has arrived at the part- ing of the ways. Therefore it behoves us to exercise great care in the choosing of our Al- dermen for the coming year. We want men who would go to the Council Chamber with open minds and without blinkers on then- eyes, men who have a keen conception of the duty they owe the citjr, who tare not commit- ted to this or that faction but who would earnestly endeavor to advance the interests of the city .thereby making our city greater and a brighter place to live in. Finally, if you think that I possess these qualifications, then I ask yon, in all modesty, to send me to the Council Chamber as one of your representatives wherein I shall be pre- pared to serve you to the best of my ability for a more prosperous and greater Lethbridge I have the honor to be. Tours respectfully, LOUIS KEEL FOR SALE Farm of ncres near Crnnbrook, B. 0. six miles from Itailway station: 300 acres natural hay meadow, balance can be irrigat- ed and converted into first class agricultural and fruit land. An idoal location fpr a stocU farm on the lino of the TICW govern- ment automobile MBhwuy, now under construction. For imce and terms write The Lund Land and Development Company, Limited WARDNER BRITISH COLUMBIA T. E. PATTESON Naas Valley 40 acre Farms clown, and to 620 per month, wjlli 6 pyr cent interest. There's a 40 acre farm awaiting you in the Nans Valley. Get a "home" that will pay for itself with- in n year. Full particulars on application. IT Slnflord Block AGENT Mortgage Sale GEO. H. SHARP. FARMER, or Glen Banner MOllTGAGOIt, AND JAMES W. KEARL, Rancher, O! Cardston MOHTCAUEh' Public Auction Tuesday Nov. 19th A! 327-3rd St.. South Lethbridge, at 2 o'clock sharp 1 sorrol mare. D years old; weight supposed to be in foal to draft horse. 1 Cray mure. S years old; wuisht IXiiO ibs. supposed to he in foal. 1 bay gelding, S years old, weight 1500 Ibs. 1 bav guiding, 9 years old; weight 1300 His. 1 bay filly rising: 2 yrs. old. TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER Household Furniture AT 214 FIFTH AVE. S. Carpets, stoves, beds, tables, chairs, grate curtains, cooking utensils and everything found in a well furnished house. All these furnishings are near- ly new and in first class condi- tion. Call Any Hour AUCTION SALE .U (i05 Klcvcnih Sired South, on Monday next, A'ov. JSth, u< 10.30 a. in. uiu'l 2.30 p. ni. Frank AVaddins'.lon is favored with instruc- tions from J. R. Anderson, Esq., who is leav- ing the city, lo sell by public auction ,and without reserve, The Contents of His Well Furn- ished Residence Including upright grand pianoforte, by Nordheimer (overstrung ivory keys, full compass) very massive solid mahogany side- board, solid mahogany uhina cabinet, set dining chairs, mahogany exten- tion dining table, two large upholstered Dav- enports, occasional tables and chairs, den furniture, solid oak hall seal, two mounted heads (Mountain and antelope) nine sections sectional bookcase in mission solid mahogany chest of drawers, mahogany "Princess" dresser, .all brass, and other beds, ostermoor matresses, mahogany chiffonier, double deck refrigerator. Mol'l'at range, kit- chen utensils, also a quantity of glass, crock- ery, about 100 volumes of books, solid silver and plated goods, curtains, etc. To meet the convenience of the public the morning sale will be devoted to the disposal of the smaller articles, the heavy furniture being reserved for the afternoon sale, which will commence as announced at 2.30. A prompt attendance respectfully ed. FRAJVIy WADDINGTON, And. (Hikes: Dominion Block Phones 426-469 The Goods will be on view Saturday from 2 to 5 o'clock. The family remedy for Coughs and Colds "Shilah cost! sc little and does To the Electors of the City of Lelhbridye LADIES ANT) GEXTLEMEX: At the request of a large nn in her of rate- payers, 1 have decid- ed to allow my nninn to stand for Alder- man. I sol- icit your support and influence m uiu forth- coming elections. If you see lit to elect me I will, use my best ability in the in- terests of this city. Yours resprel fully, A. OLSON ONE LESSON LEARNED IN AERO- PLANE FLIGHTS AT SALIS- BURY PLAIN London, Nov. airmen were impressed by the superiority at foreign motors for aeroplanes during the military competitions held, at Sal- isbury Plain in July. All of tlie aeroplanes which passed the test and others recommended for a'wards were equipped with foreign engines. Two of the foreign engines were failures and spoiled the chances of.Uvo aeroplanes of British construc- tion, but on the whole the foreign engines were trustworthy and effic- ient. The British engines in the compe- tition showed improvement but are not yet capable oE equalling the per- formances of the foreign motors. The judges' report asserts that the importance of first class British air craft, engine works cannot ho overrated. It also points out that while there is a natunU reluctance to Jiving in winds of twenty or thirty miles hour when there is no object to he gain-ad, such flights can be safe- ly made by most machines of a. good type. MEASURE ROYAL COLONIAL "iN STITUTE PROPOSES TO PRO- TECT BRITISH INVESTOR London, Nov. Canadian Chamber of Commerce in London, which has its oflices in the Koyal Colonial Institute building, Northum- berland avenue, "W. C., has decided that it will undertake to institute, through reliable independent sources, eiuiuiries as to .ilia locally considered value of any Canadian farm land of- fered for sale in the United Kingdom. The information thus obtained to be furnished to bona lido intending pur- chasers free of charge. Jt is pro- posed that the reports will usually bo in general terms. Where a more .detailed report is that the land has been chamber shall endeavor to obtain a report by a gov- ernment land surveyor 'who fcnows the la nil in question, the approximate cost, of such a report to be deposited by (.he applicant, before tho enquiry can he instituted. On TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19th At 1 o'clock At H. Galvin's Sale Barn, 3rd St. Lethbridge 1 matched span liliick mnrcs, 7 :cnil S years old. weight 1300 Ibs. on. 1 pair geldings, risliiK a years, weight 2600Ibs. 1 pair geldings rising 4 years; weight 2500163. 1 pair mares, 0 ami 7 years, weight 1 pair dJivlng mules, J, years old; weight 2000Ibs. 1 erode Percheron Slallion, rising -I; woljlu. Eix ponies, all broken. 20 head of mnrcs and geldings from to li years old; nil broken to Terms Cash J. A. SMITH Auctioneer ;