Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETITHRinfiK DAILY' HERALD November, Lethbridge, Nov; 28th, 1911 To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge UADUSS'fc GBNTL.K.IIBN: I n candidate for election lo your Council Board for the year 1912. 1 ask your support on the following grounds: SYSTEM: 1 fovor the construction of the llimildprtH.v-ownetl street car sj-jlom. as already outlined, and its completion if possi- ble, in time for the International Ury Congress, 1912. EXTENSION OF TRADH: I favor dolnR everything iiossiblc for Hie extension of the. IxitlibrltlKO wholesale and retail trade throughout Southern Alberta, arid to this end. advocate taking steps towards the encouragement of a RADIAL RAILWAY SYSTEM, con- necting outlying towns with the City of Lethbridge. DRY FARM ING CONURESS: 1 favor the hearty co-operation of the Mayor and Council with the Hoard of Trade In making the tnternat'omil Dry Farming Congress a complete success so as to derive the full bnefit of tills Congress as a boosting feature for Leth- bridge. MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENTS: I favor carrying out Jll its entirety tile excellent program for paving, sidewalks, park development, and other muni- cipal Improvements as laid out by the Council of this pres- ent year and such extensions to this program as the growth of the city may. make advisable. CROSSINGS: I favor an earlv agreement with the Canadian Pacific Railway Company for the adjustment of their grade with- in the city limits, in order that the proposed WEST- MINSTER SUBWAY and other crossings which may be- come necessary, may lie constructed with the least possible delay and at reasonable cost. GOVERNMENT: 1 favor an economical management of the business of the city, employing the most expert available heads ot de- partments, and a careful consideration of the form of COM- MISSION GOVERNMENT adapted to the needs ot this growing city. it elected, I pledge myself to act in the best-interests of the WHOLE CITY of LetllbridKe. I shall do my best to be the actual representative of the people; and, as I believe, the business of this city is a vital matter to every resident. I shall hold myself open at all times to receive suggestions, impart information and discuss civic affairs with any of my fellow-ratepayers. GERM4N OLFICIALS But Opportunity is Com- ing to Test Britain's Sincerity Nov. conclllnlory tone of the speech of til British RESENT SOME RECENT TALK WHAHQII SKID EII HU wouuin QUIIKC, P.ft "I received the aample of and have taken (hem, They lure "lone me so much good. They do just what you nay in your circular that they will 00. I caq but congratulate myself that I tent for the simple, and I bought a large, box at my dniggnt's. I aava Hilltor Daily Htirald Kindly allow, tile undersigned cum- ermany and England in .future are oriiiaily re-echoed in government err- j les here. It Is slgnifiran'Uy' lowevor, that the Ur.Ush govern- lent soon will have nn opportunity demonstriite the of the MADAME iraulcd attack's mad, some of the f members of The l.cthhi'idge Board rite for a free sample of Gin Pills, and try them for Kidney trouble, Irritated Bladder, Painful or Suppressed Urine, Tain in the Back, Rheumatism, Sciatica. j iivnionsint ie me ui iiie laim of lis ministers, the theory that Lucibago. If they benefit-you .get the regular size boxes at your druggist's or 6 for But write right now for the free sample. National one of the alms of British yollcy is lo stand in 'the wily .of German ox- piiiisioii anil to block its every pro- ject. No indication is Riven as to the fleUi in which .this opportunity will occur, birt tlie touchstone will per- haps be hi the Bagdad railway. Great Crowds Awaited the Extras Berlin, Nov. eager curios- ity concerning the looked for speech of Sir Edward Orey in tin? JJrkish House of Commons, reached a cr pitch hist evening. If the direct inion of peace, or war, luul at stake the excitement could ac'iioely have been grater than it was the public awaited the newspaper re- ports of what the British f foreign affairs had said in -Deference to the recent .Moroccan It was nine o'clock tins morning be- fore the papers issued, gratis, extra editions containing the first .part of Sir Edward's speech. These extras were eagerly grabbed by everybody who get them and were read In j the tree's, on the cars, at the rail- j way stations, and In the restaurants.! ind cafes, and indee-d wherever men congregated- Not enough was print- ed to give a clear and definite idea of what had really been said but it was apparent the first impres- sion was a favorable one. The Lokal Anselger, which is Faithfully yours. Drug and Chemical Co. of Cnuad., ccni. ot tlictir Limited, Dept. A D Toronto. 95 homes in Lui lib ridge TWO NAVIES ARE PRACTICALLY ONE imperial Officer Doesn't Lose Standing in the Canadian Navy Nov. to a London Trade and published in your paper un- flur'tlale of November IStli, in refer- ence to Slavonic Mine-workers. Kirst, allow us t0 state of the .Sla- vonic multi-workers employed at Lhu, A. K. Lt I. C.'o. mines at least eighty per cent, of tlicnr own their, own and Sluttonl and of "a class or citizens, their homes both inside and outside j are clean, iltHTiit anil respect-able, and i will speak for themselves by anybody visiting them.. Awl furthermore, we wish to stali; that thoy adopt their ways to the conditions, of 'Lellihridge, or any oth- er country they are living applications for their naturalization Papers, and as soon'as they are eli- gible, become British subjects, and exercise their franchise according to theii1 own convictions. Therefore he it resolved .hat we, committee appointed by Leili- al- H. .T- H. SKKITH. To The Electors ol tlie City of Lethbridge Having at the regiiest of many rate pay era, decid-eil to offer myself as a candidate for school trustee at the coming election, I respectfully solicit your vote and influence." -If elected 1 will discharge the duties of the posi- tion to the best of ray ability.' W. J. NELSON. Unmasked Rich you Jove my daughter pust as much if she had no mdney? certainly. sufficient. 1 do not want any idiots in this family. can of easy-shining stove polish on the market. WORKMAN FELL TWY FEET While working on the first pier of the overhead bridge on Ninth st this H: Viges, one of the steel structural workers missed his footing and fell to tlie ground, a dis- tance of thirty feet. He was foatlly aruised, and for some time was un- conscious, requiring medical assist- ance. ..Dj'.: Galbrajth :was 'called, and alter workins'for some time to revive the unfortunate man, nad him iakei o the Gait Hospital in the ambu- ance. -TJie injured man's extermi- ies were badly bruised, and H is not mown yet whether or not any hones vere broken. However, Dr. Gal- braith states that his injuries are lot serious and that he will recover when the effects of the shock lave passed. MR. HATCH OPENS COMMITTEE ROOMS M. Hatch's active campaign for the mayoralty dates from today. This afternoon campaign headquar- terj m-ere opened in -the premiers in the Coaldale block, formerly occupied by the COR- Shoe Store, ift-lendi and supporters of Air. Hatch's candidature will be found there during the cam- paign, and the candidate himself will he pleased to meet any of the rate- payers there at any time to diacus-a the matters of importance in this election. A "Boost Hatch" club is be- ing formed, and a whirlwind, cam- paign may be during the ne.vt two weeks. torially, calls attention to the friend- iness of the tone of Sir Edward's peech; and expresses satisfaction thereat. It points out that his state- ment corresponds with -the expres- sed att itn-de of Germany" throughout the negotiations of a period of dimin- ishing hostility in the relations be- tween Grea-t Brtiiin and Germany. r' In reference to tha''enterprise: it is announced today -that Emperor Wil- liam has asked Arthur managing director of the bank which' is financially interested in the pro- ject to prepare a report and Submit it to him after his return- to Berlin, on Dec. 32. ]f, as Premier Asquith says, Great' Britain does not desire to stand in anit careers of those officers sent to Canada, and if it -j would prejudice their position, and rict of promotion, Winston am Churchill, Kirst Lord of the Admit- ly SiimC be seilt ally, said, in the contingency' con- j Board o i Trade and a copy of same be spreai npon tlie minute hooks Of Leilibriilgi Local Union. Yours tor British Fairplay LARSON, JOHN' McTAGGART FJLHBK. I.eihbridgc, Nov. -28, 1911. tempialed by Mr. Craig, officers (lie active list who have been sent to Canada would return for service friendly to the government eJ- in the Im-perla! navy. .Service in the Dominion navy counts, as though the Imperial navy. Joseph Martin..asked ii an officer in the Canadian navy had just been found guilty by court-martial n'f neg- ligence in running his ship on tho rocks, and whether another was not being tricfl for offence. air. Churchill; answered, do not liisak it is desirable ior uic to reply without having had an opportunity of verifying the USED A STOOL TO SHOW His AUTHORITY That too'many cooks spoil the the light of any other nation, seeking j broth was proven this morning ia one of "re restnurams on' Fifth St., this time to the detriment of the beauty of one or the cooks. W. U. Robins made his appearanoe in police station, shortly after 11 this wearing a countenance which appeared as it it had met with an accident of a serious character. its place in the sun, it is possible to manifest this by the attitude Great 3ritain takes tqwards the completion of the big railway .project in Asiatic Turkey......----- The German foreign office does not rish to comment in more detail on resicniay's debate in the House of !ommons as it is heartily desirous of mving a clean slate in regard to past.! He .was in company with his former, ____, ....._________ events. K. is Relieved that one point j emp'0-ver. K- L- a Greek pro- to him last night if he didn't dig n Sir KSward Grey's statement must! prlcrtor ot Placc. and..both were j another thirst killer. Yopel, was run be combatted. however. If England attended by Const. Dooley, one on in'later in tho evening for Jioing p. SHOWED A KNIFE AND MADEJHREAT Serioys .Story Nick Miller Told About Joe Yopel "Give me fifty cents to buy some or I'll-cut your throat." At the same time he pulled a big knife out of his pocket and showed me what he would do." Nick Jllller, a young; Austrian, liv- ng in the Vendorne Cafe, close to he C. P. R. depot, dropped into police court this morning, and unfolded a graphic tale of what Joa. Yopel, an- other Austrian lind threatened to do Lethbridge, Nov. To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge liADII'JS ANIJ riUNTI-I'MIISN': At tho ri'.iiueul ol' n.hiriw iminliur nf.tlio ratepayers of I.have ontorwl tlie munlcli'iil Held as ciunlldale for tho .Mayors 'seat for 1812. 1 solicit your vote, and auk for your support, on Dec. 1 lib, on the Following'grounds: I. I advociilo straight commission' form of guvc'ru- mont, Including iuilialivo, ref- erenilum and recall. The New City Charier, cow lieing drafted, lo be sub- mitted lo tlie ratepayers be- fore being presented to the legislature. 2. I advocate a street raiiw-ay system, owned and oiierated by tlie city, to be built and put in operation as soon as possible. 3. I advocate a snbv.ay at tho crossing of WcsimUi- stor Road between North and South Lethbridge. 4. I advocate tho instal- lation of an efficient fill ration system, extensive enough to insure an adequate supply of pure water for the city's needs ii. f am in favor of a more efficient and systematic scavenging service, for the protection of the public health and cleanliness ol the city. (i. 1 am in favor of street paving, the exjeusiou of the city's sidewalks and boulevards, and the improvement of our highways, as conditions will justify. 7. I am in favor of completing all public works' ino improve- monts undertaken by tho city in the speediest-and most systematic manner, thus securing tile greatest economy in' operating expense and tho least inconvenience to tho public. 5. I am in favor of the .Mayor and City .'Council cb-oponuiiur with tho Hoard of Trade and Citizens'in aiuearnest 'endeavor to boost Lethbridge by making the Dry Panning Consroai of lOln the most successful ever held. In conclusion I will-state thai if elected on Ucc. 11th I mi-self to give a square deal to all parts, of the city, to administer the city's affaiia in a business like way, and to stand at all limes to advocate any policy which suells i'-ll-O-Ci-R-K-S-S for HIP Citv of Lotlibrldgc. Yours to command, A. B. STAFFORD. PARTY -DRESSES AND FANCY VESTS Look liUo new when French dry cleaned Ijy us. This pro- cess removes every trace of dirt and does not injure the material. J.'rench dry [.-lean- ing of tiie finest, good's is our specialty and thoroughly understand our business. Le't us show you. Mail orders given careful and prompt attention. We do a. big out of' town' business. Grown Cleaning Works Opposite Wesley Church 'Phone 474 YOUTH COMMITS DOUBLE Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. I of Minnie- namelgarb, is tian-Go.lhringer, jr., 20 years old, Uaii! to lie dying'in 'wiili uvo biiliet wounds in .tljc righl. lung n ivpiiiid right wrist. shot his wife three times, perlmp.s- 'alaily, and then killed himself in tlie ishes for assurance in regard to Germany's intantions at Agadir, she j could have rcfluested them throueh I ms story.. It jam; a, hut no-thing of the threat to I Mrs. Gothdnger, who is l vcars old hat he had -been cook-: kill -was: heard' till this morning v nen and :who. was'hctter known under he the restaurant until yesterday. outcome of a jealous quarrel, and the part of the vouni night spent at theatres and cafes. husband, wlio is said to 1 ,ii Trom his father Allan .hotel, Third street Second avenue, south, early today, after her Ambassador at Berlin. This morning he went in.and had a Millar told his tale to ttra chief in front of. the accused man. Yopel was Germany, it is contended, cannot jl'-bone steak for breakfast, and whije immediately put .hohiiid the sirong ic assailed for not preferring what j digesting same, he was talking to one j bars once more, and will explain bis ad not been requested in regular lad-v waiters in the place. Men- actions tomorrow morning. Yopol omatic ways. UNCLE SAM WON'T HELP MR. SHUSTER RUSSIA SO NOTIFIED AND NOW HE WILL HAVE TO GO _ official de- spatch for St. Petersburg this date, states the American government, has tils resented outside interference to such a degree that he picked up-a blew in from Edmonton aome few days ago and claims he is a miner, al- stool close at hand, and usad It to though he has no work yet. He looked good purpose over the cqmplaihant'B j Ijlie a dangerous citizen when he ap- head. Con't Dooley stepped In anil i peared before the desk sergeant last both landed in the police station: Men- .his arrest, so the Chief tils was charged with assault, an-d saV8 inilt he will make a full invea- the cnse will be fought out before tigatlon of the charge, which if Magistrate Ball tomorrow morning. is; ot a veTy serious nature. Stops a Cough Quickly Even Whooping Cough ANNOUNCEMENT Koi- reasons well kncnvii to bo the ad- vantage of our customers as well as to our own we have decided to do business on a CASH AND 1 Please do'not ask for credit; after that date. We shall continue to .-carry a. frosli and complete stock that will always have our guarantee, and shall be able to jrivc you bet- ter value for your money when we Oo husi- iicss for t-ash only. CRAWFORD PODGER Bill A ve. S; notlfiad Itussia that it does not in- I tend to interfere in .support of W. MGTgan Shnsrter, financial adviaer of the Persian government. The present Cough Rimedy for tttfundtd If It Fijff. Tf you have an obstinate, deep-Eeatea of the Russian government :madc sugw syrup start taking ft. Jn- i MAKKETS TODAY'S WHEAT MARKET JVionlneg, Nov. 38'.-r-Tho wheat miirket was steady today, closing firm. November wheat opened 98 1-8, clos- ed 98 1-4: December opened 95 closed 94 3-8; Afay, old, opened 5-g, closed 3-8; iSIay, new, opened i-3 understood''to b'c" that H will de- mand the dismissal of Mr. Sinister, An indemnity' be to reroup tha cost or' the despfl'tch nf troops 'to Persia. The latter will re- main where they arc at present aumbled unless it should IKS necessary for them to advance HO as to Russia's wiahea. Martha Wanted Him the vicar is not in Juat now. Is there any message? Old Martha tell him to be afternoon! if 24 hours your couifh will be gone, or very nearly so. Even whooplnsr cougn quickiy in this vay. A 50-ccnt hotllc of Pinex, wlicn mixed 198' ,1-8, closed 37 5-S. ber opened 40 1-2, closed 30 1-8; De- cember opened 36 5-8, cloned 38 3-1; May opened 41 1-8, closed -10 3-4; Flax wlth home-miwie sugar ayrup. (flveB you opened 114 1-2, closed 1C ramlly finest JJecember opened 1.74, closed that Martha Higglns would HIM n'svtr burled at two o'clock to-morrow i remedy that money could buy, at a .clear savins: of }2. Very easy to prepare directions In package.. soothes and tlie inflamed momhranej) with remarkable rapidity. U cumulates the appetite, is slightly laxn- tfvo, find has a plemant 'take it wllUngly. Splendid for -crouti, ttsthma, bronchitis, throat tickle, cheat li.itns, etc.. anil ii thoroughly successful remedy for Incljilent'lunff troubles. IMncK Is a spccliil and highly concen- trated compound of Korwuy .White 1'ine .extract, rich-in gualacol-aml pine elemenla. U has often heen Inil- auccessfutly, Ht Wat a Mr. yon -the man whu isve, my wltt lot of Impudence? Mr. am. Mr. You're a nwo, ,lor. ce -the eanie're- ...-ith or strained honey, in a it-ounce It is for Anyone' who Tfncx will qutcKly uniicrstand why It Is usaJ in more'bonwi In the U. fi. an4 Canafa tlwi tiny other cough ttmvtT" Tlw to ilvi. tvbaelutt or! tnottvr tn tach fltt Finn ur wiii it rer you. if jjoi, to Tht Ii 172 1-2: May oponad 170, closed I7S. 'WINNIPEG Northern !M 3-J..2 Northern 91 3-4, Northern 3-4, tfo. 4 77 1-2, No. 5 Cli 1-2, No. .11 CO 2 C. W. 38. American Wheat MINNEA opcihld 102 ;M, closc-tl 100 1-2; Mny opcntMl 107, closed 104.7-8; July opened 108, opened closed 93 May opened 100 98 1-2; July opened clpied 93 1-4.. Fooliah of Him baby come' from Heav- ttyiaii dear. kid. He dldni know IK wu well off. WOMAN ..TAX COLLECTOR COMING TO CANADA Lon'don, only woman, tax collector is leaving liar na.- t'lvo.district .for Canada, llrs. W. A. Ternplc-Ewell, near Dover, lias been pariah clerk and assistant overseer for seven years. Now her settled'in Northwest Can- ada, has called so she is to tnivel 'to tilo Doinniun forthwith. Her :husbahil used to hold tii-5 po- sitipnv'-ahdi.-she assiatuti him. When he she was responsible for the nphringing of ten children on n very small income, she for the job her unsba'm] had filled ana it. Very soon tlie local'imihoritles hat! reason to compliment her, for her! hooks were in splendid order and there were never any arrears ofi local taxes. Asked for the secret this unanimous clearance of public! indebtedness, she explained her m'eth-J od: "I have acted on the idea." she snid, "that taxpayers want the use of their money as long as possi- hle. So never worried them till the last ten days, when the money must's be paid in by me. They appreciated! this, and never left me in. the lurch." YOU HAVE READ MANY Blue Ribbon Advertisements We told yon about Bine Ribbon the Blue tho practical economy In buying thcac splondid goods. Now It rlepemli on 3011 Wo usk you to ask your grocer. Ribbon ftt.4 when you bn> icmember Mint unless yon .ire you nmy return tliu untisini (lut'Uuu ;iiii! Imve your money rufuuded.