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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1910 THK nAll.V (TKP.AT.P Cast your vote for J.RUSSRL OLIVER Civil and Sanitary Engineer ASBOdutu Member lUBtituty Municipal County Associate Royal Sanitary Institute. Candidate for Commissioner of Public Works FROM SIR WM.'S. BROWN, LORD PROVOST, EDINBURGH. tilth 1912 As Chairman of tlio Water of Lellh Purification Commission I wus brought into close contact with Mr. Oliver, ill connection with. that under- taking, lie having acteil as Engineer for a year, during the absence of tho Officer in charge oh leave. I then formed a high opinion of his adminis- trative ability, and tills is borne out by tile certificates in his possession front those well able to judge of his qualifications.. He has had exceptional opportunities of making himself conversaut with all tho duties devolving on a Municipal Engineer, and he has my best wishes, that ho may secure some appointment for which lie In by ability and character filled. FROM SIR ANDREW McDONALD, EX-LORD PROVOST, EDINBURGH _. 27lh May, 1912. I havo pleasure in testifying as to tho character of Mr. .1. Russell Oliver, who has been In the service of the Corporation here for a number of years and covering the period when 1 was Lord Provost when I saw something of his work. llo'comes of a good, family and highly respected, his father holding nn important position under the City Water Trust. He is leaving here for Canada, to try and get a wider field for his experience. Anyone requiring ills services will find him a man of much energy and in his own line good experience and absolutely reliable character. FROM SIR THOMAS HUNTER, TOWN-CLERK! EDINBURGH, 27th May, 1612. Mr. Oliver has been engaged in the service of the City for over 18 years. That. period has been one of exceptional activity, in which most of tho principal department of the including that oTTIty Engineer been engaged in carrying out .schemes .of considerable magnitude: MY. Oliver has thus had ample opportunity of gaining know- ledge and experience in the work his department. The work in which Mr. Oliver has been engaged has brought him directly in touch- with my department, and I have pleasure in stating that lie has ahyays carried out such work in a capable and painstaking manner and, to. the entire gatisfac-. tlon of my department, I believe Mr. Oliver Is thoroughly reliable and worthy of advancement in his profession. FROM DAVID McARTHY, J.P., LIC: R.I.B.A., ARCHITECT AND VALUATOR. 13th May, 1912. He has been for eighteen and a half years in .the, service of the City, under'the City Engineer; I have known Mr. Oliver'ail thai for somo years in my' professional capacity and latterly as a of .the, Town Council. For three years nearly I have been Chairman of .the Streets and Buildings Committee which brings me In constant cohtaot'wlth Mr. Oliver. It gives therefore, peculiar pleasure m stating -that .during all that timo'Ihave found Mr. Oliver anxious and billing, always 'prepared for Committee' meetings, capable and obliging and of good character. FROM -A. HORSBURGH CAMPBELL, M. IN8T. C.E., CITY ENGINEER AND MASTER OF WORKS. 6th June, 1912. 'Pile worS in this office Is necessarily of a very varied kind, embrac- ing lailil -siirVeysY'sectlons, preparation of plans for City Improvements, layiriff'out of-nett streets and estates, main drainage and domestic sani- tation and construction, the construction and supervision of the Corpora- tion Tramways system, and in all those works Mr. Oliver has had from 'to time hia individual share. Latterly no" had h'een engaged in; cohnention witli Town Planning and with the provision arid organization of the tracks In gas, water, electric, telephone and postal 'depnrtnierits. This experience well equips Mr. Oliver for kindred duties in any town involving considerations of estate developments, plans for buildings or for laying out of-new areas, either of an industrial or of a residential kind. tt is onjy right to add that. Mr. Oliver leaves the service of the Cor- poration entirely. voluntarily, in order to procure a larger field for his talents and1 experience. He lias my heartiest wish for success in. tile following of his most legitimate: desire. FROM J. WALKER SMITH, M.INST., C.E., CHIEK iNuiNttfi i u- LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD, SCOTLAND. 7th May, 1912. I have pleasure 111 stating that Mr. J. Russell Oliver was an assist- ant of mine' for 'two years, 1908-1810, -luring my City Engineership of Edinburgh: He served his apprenticeship in that office with a predecessor and been associated with the Department for eighteen and a half years. During this time he has had excellent opportunities of acquiring 11 thorough "knowledge of the work of a Municipal. .Engineering Depart-. ment aria opportunities he has fully availed himself, FROM LATE JAMES MASSIE, M. INST., C.E., ENGINEER AND MASTER OF. 2nd. October, 1908. I 'beg to certify that Mr. .Tames Russell Oliver has served in the City Engineer's Department since October 1S93, with the exception of from M.arc6, 1901, to May, 190'2, when he acted as Engineer to the Water of LeithlEurlficatiott and Se'werage Commissioners during their -Engineer's temporary. Absence. reconsider Mr. Oliver has had opportunities of acquiring acknowledge of duties pertaining to the office of a Municipal and Civil Engineer that tall to the lot of few; and I have no hesitation in saying that he has -attained a -high-degree, of proficiency in his profession. Mr. Oliver has always shown himself attentive and careful in the discharge of his duties, and has commended himself to his superiors and dpmrades, PROM J. i A. LESLIE REID, CONSULTING ENGINEERS, EDINBURGH AND LONDON. 3rd September, 1912. We have pleasure in stating -that we have known .Mr. .1. Russell Oliver; C.E., for the past ten or twelve years while; he was Assislant to the City Engineer of the 'City: of Edinburgh and he acting as Engineer to the. Water of Leith Purification and Sewerage' Commis- sioners. During the :latter time we. frequently, niet' him professionally and fprmed-a :gobd- opinion of his knowledge and of .drainage works and such work as falls within the province', of. ".the of a large city. FROM ALEX. MASTERTON, ENGINEER AND MANAGER EDINBURGH AlWi UEITH CORPORATIONS' GAS COMMISSIONERS. UStli May., 1912. much pleasure in certifying that t have J. Russell Oliver for a 'considerable number of years, and hav.e'pleas.ure in testify- ing tq; his sound technleiil knowledge combined with and training. -f r had numerous dealings with him both and general work during his engagement with the City Engineer here and alwavjs found him a capable., reliable and courteous 'official with the best interests of his employers at heart, and I am siirb' he., wbuld, prove wortlry of every confidence -and' trust. TFROM RODERICK -ROSS, M.V.O., CHIEF CONSTABLE.? ion; Ifiave known Mr. Oljyeriqr the past twelve years and I. have formed a very.; high opinion of him His moral character Is beyond he is upright and straight m all his dealings and possesses a gentlemanly and courteous disposit oh He has had eighteen and a half years training as a Municipal Engineer during which time he his had invaluable experience Ift a moot Important Public Depirtnfcnt He has also had wide experience In organising and secrotail.il work as well as in roaUe.rs' relating, to Public Clher's curabilities' tis a public sen-ant are of an exceptionally high standard. The past augers well for-thc future and Tfeel convinced that whoever Is fortunate enough tq obtain Mr. Oliver's services will have no cause for regret. One and a ha'f years with City; Auditors One year as City Clerk MOTHER OF FOUR CHILDREN How Lydia LPinkhain'tVef- etable Compound Kept Her Well and Strong. llncoln, E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound for ton years with good results and I nave four healthy chil- dren- This summer 1 was in very run down condition and the very hot weather seemed mofc than I could stand, but I commenced taking your Compound in June and from then until September 25th, when my last baby was born, I got along mnch better than I had before. My baby was a girl and weighed 14 pounds at birth, and 1 recovered very rapidly which I am sure was due to your medicine. 1 am well and strong now, nurse my baby and do all my work. I hod results with your medicine when needed before my other children ca'mo and they are all healthy. My mother has taken your medicine with equal satisfaction. She had her last child when nearly 44 years old and feels confident- she never would have carried him through without your help, as her health was very T, F. CLOYD, 1365 North Gulick Ave, De- catur, 111. Espectant mothers should- profit by Mm Cloyd'a trust to Ly- dia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound. Free confidential advice had by ad- dressing Lydia E. Pinkham Co., Lynn, Mass. PAGE ELEVEN People's Forum MIXING OF WHEAT To the Editor of the Herald; Dear see fay the papers the government has been asked to allow the mixing of wheat. 1 expect the Grain Growers' Guide and the U. F. A. will he up in arms and will try and block it without goiatc into the sub- ject, as 1 myself have done. The nyir- ket the GuJtle has been asking for, is the U. S. market; they always quote Minneapolis. What do you find if you go to that market and go into the exchange as I did last winter withj two cars oi low grade wheat? You find they have the privilege of mixing and also a sample market. The mix- ing enables a man who lias low grade wheat to sell it as milling wheat, the1 sample market gives him from four to eight cents more for his wheat. I saw my wheat sold by my agent, who claimed although it was graded No. it was nearly good enough for four, the consequence was he got 5 cents more than No. 5 price -that day. My contention is, we ought to have u sample market in Winnipeg. 'A law to that effect was passed by the Do- minion government two years ago, and was blocked, I believe by the Grain Growers' Grain company, or the Grain Commission. Anyway it never went Into effect, and the Guide has talked about everything under the sun since but a sample market. I also contend mixing should be allowed. I had a long talk with the agent who sold my wheat, who explained to me the advantage of being allowed to mix. He told me plainly that if the buyers were not allowed to mix, there would be no good market for low grade wheat. Tasked the buyer what he intended doing with that wheat. His answer was, ".Make by itself. No, mix it with 3. 4 and U Minneapolis is by itself, always better than Chicago or Minneapolis market today for Decem-' her wheat is S cents better than Chi-; cago, and 4 cents better than Winni- j peg. Take all the Canadian wheat' an-fi It to Minneapolis, what would happen, an over-supply, all wheat going to Minneapolis or nearly all to be ground In their big mills. Give them an over-supply and their price would be based on Chicago or Duluth, as the Winnipeg price is based on Fort William. Yours tr.uly, A. H. Lynch Staiinton, Pincher Creek. Has Been Almost Impossible to Operate Contest in Cranbrook (From Our Own Cranbrook, Nov. lili.--Tim shortage, of labor during On- jwst sovoral months has held up the lumber lnini- niJSH to such 'an ex ten! that it has been practically for flic mills to operate. Tins wftuation has been greatly relieved by the return of a largo number of in mi from the prairies, although men aro stil! in de- mand. A shortage prevails for men in tho wood business, it boiiis impos- sible .to get lielp. Covdwood is sell- ing at per ronl. and it Is the belief of men engaged in that busi- ness that firewood will bring dur- ing tho coming whiter. Speculation on tthf> part of local politicians an to juf't what position in the new government Or. King will occupy Is daily being discussed. Some- one must have surely bit tho mark, as he is credited with every thing from minister of mines to minister without portfolio. Mayoralty Contest The forthcoming municipal el ca- tions promise many surprises if street rumors can be accepted as any criter- ion. In all probability three candi- dates will be in Held for the mayoralty. Mayor Clapp has staled lie will not again be a candidate, al- though lijs many friends and support- ers will prevail upon him to -again stand for election. S. Santo, who has served the city us alderman dur-! ing the past term, anil who IK a mem- ber of the police commission, will in all probability be a candidate for the office of mayor. The name of W. A. Nlsbet has also beou mentioned, al-; though Mr. Nisbet ban in nn way in- timated that lie will be a candidate. In the alderraariic race nothing has thus far come to the surface, although it Is believed considerable new .blood will be uppermost in the next week or ten days. Taken all in all Cranbrook will have a number contestants when the proper time comes. WHAT THE HASTENING HUNK LEI-T JJK1I1XI) THEM. Tasty and Satisfying The convenient soda biscuit becomes a real treat when it's Ruins of a once prosperous (own fired by UK- rotruating Austrians..The town 15 located oil the Careu plateau from which, the Italians 'have recently chased the enemy. How we dislike to meet ;t man who' acts as if our time were his. j But It Is no fault of the gas corn-l panics when the days get longer. SLACKERS THE BANE OF GREAT BRITAIN Case of Lance-Corp. Cunningham Re- veals New Phase of the Situation domestic tragedy of Lance-Corp. Richard Cunningham has centred official scrutiny on a new phase of tlie slacker's character. Cun- ningham is charged with strangling his wife, whom he hud Accused of In- fidelity while ho was on the western front. The accused soldier wrote to the London Chief Constable, beseeching the officer to save his home and voiced a soldier's hatred of the type of slacker who had betrayed him. "I write you from the trenches of said the letter, "to ask why this type of man is not doing his bit. Several times lately 1 have received reports of a man visiting my home, and sometimes stopping all night, while J am here at the front in answer to my country's call. "It is shameful such men should be left at homo while we are out hen1. month after mouth, in rain and mud, taking our Minis under fire that Eng: land may be safe. .-vVuy hasn't'this man bein called for service? "I m-ver" get1 letters'any more toll- ing me about my little son. The sus- pense will drive me mail; Sorrow 'ia all 1 'can look forward- to -when- the war ends.. If. this man .can.run abaut with other men's wives, he can come out here." But unless call' defeat thts cold ev-idence- against' him.- -llie- stern British. law .will .enact.full, pen- alty. Cunninsham, it appears, got Caave. went direct to iiis home, con- fronted his wife with'hi.4'suspicions, and strangled her- to -death. He- was- found in a .sw.oon across, his. .wife's body, the baby sun toddling about, cooing with happiness'' :ovef his father's return........'.........." Cunningham's letter IK in the hands of his Commanding .Officer, .and may. result in the weed ing-out of treacher- ous stay-at-homes. It is quite out of the ordinary in criep- ncss and flavor; as well as in price In Packages only. Plain or Salted. Another inexpensive and delicloui treat our Vanilla Wafers Packages only. North-West Biscuit Co., Limited EDMONTON 3 El El H. SANDWICHES JUMP, ICE CREAM SODAS EVEN SOAR A JITNEY Chicago. Nov. price of all was "advanced !o in n strinir of popular priced reshuirants here today and a candy manufacturer who operates confec- tionery stores in many cities announc- ed ice cream sodas henceforth would he fifteen cents Instead'of'.ten." in- creases in the price of siiRar and eggs was the reason given for' the lattor. while added cost -of bread accounted Tor the increased expense of sand- wiches. THE COST OF MILK To the Editor of the Herald: Dear the statement by Mr. Carlyle of the Crystal Dairy regarding the price of milk, etc. He makes the statement that milk coats him fi cents per quart, yet he does not hesitate in" conjunction with two oth- er dairies to charge per quart retail, or in other words he finds absolutely necessary to obtain a pro- fit of over 100 per cent, to maintain his business. .It would be interesting to know exactly how much per quart or gallon hia milk cost now to pas- teurize and bottle and deliver over and above what it cost him, say last Au- gust or September. Isn't it correct that the Crystal Dairy was one of the first to increase the price of butter, although they had not increased the price of cream to the farmer v who produced it. As there are other dairy- men in the city who liavo not Increas- ed their prices and who, I believe, do not contemplate an increase in price, it is hard to reconcile the opinion that the recent increase in price is an absolute necessity. It appears to me a case of all the traffic ;bear. There is another aspect in regard to the present high cost of living, game- ly the Patriotic and the bulk of which has been provided for by the working classes ,wfto. will have to economize severely this win- ter, and I believe these two funds will suffer in proportion. Will the' people who expect 100 per cent, profit on their goods supply the .deficiency? I think not. If the municipality has got tho necessary authority to do so T would srggest that a move be made against'the lliree dairies, and if hthei facts warrant it, to prosecute to the full extent.of the law. Respectfully ..yours, Tlios. Patent and gunmetal in cloth and ktd tops. The new fait stock and sty- liih. Regular To sell at Tomorrow Only THE SHOEiyiAN 3rd Avtnue. Bank For Christmas----your photograph. The simple gift that lends the touch of friend- ship without the embar- rassment of an obligation. Make the appointment early. Smith's Portrait 906, 3rd. Avenue Phone 1471 ;