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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedncsilwy, November T1TE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Segregation or 1 Chuck Them Out I FERNIE MINERS WILL KELP TO BRING CHEER TO VANCOU- VER STRIKERS' HOMES Ferule. U. C., Nov. The Daugh- ters of the Emi'Iro gave bridgo vu hundred ut the homo oi Mrs. Moffatt ou Saturday afternoon. It ttuB quite a success. Tho bridge I'rizca won by Mrs, P, C. I-aw yud the five hundred prizes Ly Miss Ire lie Nasli, At a mass meeting of the United MinVrs held In their liall oa Sunday evening it was decided to send a. con- tribution raised fcy levying twenty- live cents per head to purchase yres- unla for lUo children Iti the strike district In Vancouver Island. The do- is to bo sent in time for Christ- mas, It was ulso decided to observe Wednesday, Nov. 20, as a holiday. The Socialists dance held la their hall Monday evening was fairly veil attended, Charles Jackson lu Ms hurry to leave Fernie forgot to pay the land lord of Waldorf Hotel DID smalt fcum of SSI for board and was escort- ed back front Waldo on Monday even- ing, Ho will appear liefore Judge Whlmster this morning. J. MansQeld was given thirty Java luitxl labor for Seating his way on the C. H. passenger last Sunday. iContinued from front Jusi ibis end could be attained, hut her It cvtv could he aocuni- ed, was a matter very largely of oi-iuion. Soir.e favored seyrcgS- tiou, clbers maintained that segre- gation was tulnatlon. Closing tbe red Italil district did not mean tbe tiiinlEhtuent of immorality. Mr. N.m- What wo'want to kuow what '-s any candidate poing to do! whit (lib iinuicraUiy (u thy HQ thought" that Many of the members of tbe light and water extensions sociatlon ot the'onlnion that all j should be mado wherever the revenue lhat was necessary to rid the city j to be derived was sufficient to war- or this evil was'the enforcement ot J Tant it. sbould also have" a 3Cc cxisttug laws, and a servaut ot the, an n0ur wage, a moral platform, hot- Gravonhuret'council QEseuled to a people took an "oath that (he Iaw 1 ler Btreet car connections, single fare submission to the voters of ,a by-law' y.-oiild be upheld upon entering to any part of the city, the early foi- the repeal of local optfoa oa Jan-, nee. completion of the 13th street subway miry 5. The by-law has been in force J A motion favoring segregation, >B'nd a system of water meters three every day in the year and the. deadly germs' claim more victims in cities than in rural districts, due no doubt to the increased number of indoor, .workers in confining quarters and their leek of sunshine. always attack when tlie system Is weakened from colds or tick ness, overwork, overstrain, confimtig duties or any drain whicii lias reduced the resistive foices of the body. But nature proviijts a correctoi and tfcc iKst physicians tfaat during chang- ing climate our blood, should bo kept rich pare anrl active by taking Scott's liinulsion afJc'r meals; the cod liver oil in Scott's Kmulsion v.-airns the body by ULC peculiazly streugtli- tns tlitr lungs and upbuilds tlie resistive forces of the body, to avoid prevent consumption. If vnii wort indoors, tire easily, Jeel languid or nervous, Scotf'a rCmutston ia the tnpst strengthening food-niedicine knor.-n; U builds-energy and strength anil is totally free from alcohol or any Ituptfyinff druggist has it. 13-lC-j Eettl ft OsL GET RID OF IT 'GO GET IT ivould be illegal. The only wny to Mtn scvcral knolty clean up. raid one. lo put the ,he charter_ lhe incet. _ wheels of the law into notion, ivlpc werc not out the segregate! area, acd then prcsen( acd dcntorea this follow tbe thing until It had fact much ,hought ,ha> {hc parted from the city. Spokane with i hld si poj-Jlatlon of people had 'tcd lhe scheme done -It. .The whole feeling of ,W3. and that thcr meeting Etcroed lo be tnal we might purposely holding meelinxs on Ii-Ann ir- niMIvh ao not keep the' e? much we would wish, bat that can it down as mucU'as can, so a the south side nn tho same nights as the northsiders simply to detract from these meetings. motion was pat to tlie effect that the organization get behind, and sup-; port any candidate, who-pledged hlm- seff to do his last to stamp out th-j and who came out openly for persistent enforcement of the law wilh a view to its ultimate annihila- tion. After considerable comment the motion carried. Aldi Williamson was asked it he would support the meeting In this regard, and pledg- ed himself, to do so. So num- Senator Licutccaut Colonel HII GUI OF Jill THREE TWO O'BRIEN HAS TWO BOTTLES WHICH COURT SAID WAS UNREASONABLE Kayciond, Nov. of Town of Raymond against Itoy j O'Brien In a liquor ceblng tase cawej Ajufore Justice of Feace, ADitd, Movewber 21. Attorney C, Ivea for tbe defen- dant. On November li> Cons I able took o! seven quuts of liquor found in the jiool hall and locked It up In the jail house. U "Frait-a-tlrss" Brought Him Perfect Health j Avos, OKT., 1913. j itn younger iiuce I ha-c I vtij liidlj with Pilti, Comtipition and Stomach Disorder, bat I found ''Fiuit- vu the piuicti fct Ibe wlwk thrn. Now T am fret of all these disuses and eajo-iug perfecl and to Ttheccver 1 like. Vive years J fUrted UUng "Preit-i I took (wo every nifht tad they worked In two paresis anil was claimed wondeie fence. by tour or five parlies. Mr. O'B.-ien admitted bringing four bolllet. but (or otfier ptrtlu. The decision o! Allred IB In- (erecting io that he Intcrjirets the term In law ''unreasonable ainbiirit" to he tvo Imperial yufttis of whiskey. Aocordltigly the two bottles not claimed by other itaTlies con- fiscated and. wfll be sent lo rMincntou to: the attorney general, together with thc'ei'Idenco In the case. The other four bottles turned back lo the Iowa of Kayruosd. A glm- iiar action will be taken against Will- Iain Wasden, Peterson and Ixrais Thompson, who dalin lhe other toltlee. Her. H. McDerment, of Oakville, ill become paslor of Lucan and Kras- r Presbyterian churches. Break Whisky's Grip Ob Your Loved Ones London, Kov. 28. 7hP following raeeting was not satisfied vrith it m .KM y: B; Mts. JuUa candidate. They felt Urn they cojld Vancouver; Jlrs..Rawls- and TCfiat'fals'qualific'aUoEs ka, ami Hoberl C. Victoria, and then come-to UB for said one. Rut Mr. Elill Celt that as long as the association hau selected hini to run as their can- would lake away their rights to dictate a platform; Mr. Uvle thought that this was a very Coi0- mendaWe altitude for their candidate to assume, but .there was one 'weafc Unihliards will lell you wilU tears of sincerity lhat they do not want to drink. The craving coming from the inflamed rasmbranos oi the stomach, drives them to it. Alcura will soothe the trembling nerves, and remove the craving that U ruining your home and stealing an otherwise kind husband or father "from-'you. H costs only per box and it it does not cute or benefit tfttr a trial Uie money will be re- funded. Alcura No, 1. is' tfiEteless and can be.given secretly in Tea, CoEeCj or food. -Alcura No. is taken vblun-j tarlly by" willing: to help them- lves. Alcura 'call now be obtained at or-.r sloro. Ask booWet telling aJ( "about It and-" give AJcura a trial. ,T: D." Higlnfaotham C.o, Limittd. Alberta. Kvothtr medicine I could ret irai so goodsodltooit lots of diflereat rerae- befort J found 0 ut h jocxl' 'Fruit- were. I ket? all tie time, and am never withput them. I even take them with me n hen I go motorjae, M I can hare Ihem handy. 'artwoithjoIcTeiygiKxl word I can jay about them. The fact that they cured me of Pilo, wu eoruc- thitig lo be everlaJlinnly tbanUul for" GEORGE LACR. 5Oc ft bor, 6 for trial siie, asc. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-Uvcs Limited, OlUrta. SWEET VALLEY Sweet Valley, N'ovs Rick- GtU and Alfred Lewis spent last wceit at the foothills, gassing through Granum, Mr. Brlght's new hardware store IB ready for-'the stock. Tuesday a dance was held at Travers in the new hardware build- log. Two faches or enon- fell here Tues- day but (lie Chinook made tomo of it disappear. Dr. Woodcox was called to ihe Jones and Holdcns places. A few met in lhe school house Wednesday night to arrange for a Christmas entertainment to' be held on the ihenty-ihlrd. Literary was organized last night at tlie 'school houee. of Leth ections 1913 PUBLIC N'OTICE is hereby given lhaf a meeting of the Electors of the City of Lcthbridge will be held in the COUNCIL CHAMBER on MONDAY, the First day of December, 1913, from Eleven A. M. until Noon, for the purpose of receiving petitions of nomination of candid- ates for the office of Commissioner of Finance and Public Safety! Commissioner of Public Works, and Commis- sioner of Public Utilities, also nomination for two vacan- cies on the Lethbridge Protestant Public School Board, District No. 51. GIVEN under my hand at Lethbridge this 2ith day of November, 1913. Geo. W. Robinson RETURNING OFFICER GET KID OF IT GO GET IT Vote and Influence Respectful- ly Solicited for the Election of R. E. McARTHUR A. M. CAN. 60C. C. E., AS Commissioner of Public Works 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE ON CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. PENNSYLVANIA LINES. MUNICIPAL AND OTHER CONSULTINC WORK EXPERIENCE IN BOTH CONTRACTING AND ENGINEERING GRADUATE OF TORONTO UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF SCIENCE v IS THIS GOOD ENOUGH TO VOTE FOR? I will support any legitimate of bringing In and (tub- IFihlng manufactures, as follows, make Lethbridge a manufacturing centre and you give employment; make Lethbridae a railroad centre and do the same. Having the population, yog make a market and i trading centre for Southern Alboru. Endeavor to procure the nectssary railroad croselngs with safeguards between the different part; of the thereby doing away wllh the Isolated districts and concentrating the city to- gether. Completion of all work tlarlcd on street grading and baulevanii, A. for cojnnsmbNER of PU.BLIO WORKS Municipal Elections 1913 Vote HARDLE For Mayor GRACE For Commissioner of Public Works For Commissioner of Public Ulililies And Efficient Municipal Government Committee :Rooms: Hull Block, South, 309-13th St. N. Lethbridge' All supporters cordially invited to attend at either committee, room and report for work AVatcli This Space To-morrow HEAR The Mao With a Policy _.'..'. AT SCHOOL ON Thursday, Novembef 27 Other Meters. Williamson, Adams and Hatch To The Electors: Lndics nnd Genllcnicn: At the rctjucsl of a large number of.our Working, Biisiness and Pro- fessional men, I am a for Mayor ami Comniissionei' of Finance. I liave lived in flic City for eleven years and I liave been connected with il since 18S9, my association with Hie Company which eventually became known as the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company commenc- ing in Hut year. Tbe Alberla Raihvay and Irrigation Company bad very large and varied interests and was one of Ibe largest Corporations in Western Canada. As Comptroller of tbat Company for many years I bnd con- siderable administrative and financial experience. I am confident tbot my business training would enable me to give the Cily wllal if so badly needs, i A .Good, Efficient and Economical Administration C AM IN FAVOR OF: Ajthorough re-organization of the present system, as I firmly believe thai if Ibis is done it will be possible to effect some reduction in our heavy rale of taxation (which is 45% higher than Calgary and 70% higher than Edmonton.) Unless we are able to reduce our heavy taxation the pro. gress and development of the City will be very seriously' re- tarded. A Good and Plentiful Supply of pure water. A Progressive Industrial Policy. The Early Completion of Subway on Thirteenth Street. The Paving of Thirteenth.Streel North of Third Avaino 'South lo Sixth Avenue North. The opening up of blind streets and Uie extension of the Sewer, Water aud Electric Light systems to every house, if prac- ticable. An alteration in .the present method of paying for improve- ments, which are now spread over thirty years. A Municipal Labor Bureau. When the City liceds men, preference to be given to married men resident in the City, Fair wage dausc in all City contracts. A Public Library. A thoroughly clean City and A Square Deal .for All Parts Of :'J he City The progress made in carrying out this programme Will, of depend (o a iarge extent on our finances. If you arc in favor of the above piatform and think my financial experience and business training generally would be of value to City, Iheu I Rsk you in the intsrssti sf of Lethbridgt, to give me YOUR yOTE AND INFLUENCE. E. H.WILSON ;