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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta November THE LKTTimunOE DAILY HERALD Paec 7 PJUHJHW UIlLEJlffiSlIN d HofribEr Uitll to Tmri To FORMER AMBASSADOR TO THE UNITED STATES IS NOT SPENDING IDLE MOMENTS .Mnzriith. Interest Is manifest in civic elections. Although M outlay next Is the Jay on whicii "nominations must fco made, no narafs are seriously mc-DtioiiHl as likely candidates. John I! Tuniar it (9 ento. the Held, and iherr- is a strous possibility of Jiirn crcfei'tEng. Jehu HE IMPERIAL LIMITED TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAIN LAKe of the f.m seciioa of the Im- perial L! mi led P. II. (tain nifliicjr acrosa tbe continent from Montreal to Jeff tke a'.rii. oa'tlc twenty-fiisi iasl. slipped Itito I.3kc Superior, which :it ibe Ihe'accHehi U beside- He Fireman O'Connor, of lost Ms life throu'gh drownluj. Fortunately the ears iidY.cl the trcvfes. j. n. coMKiycjij DAYS DAI. e, O.sr., June 15th. 1913 am a neutral, storekeeper at ihc Above ami on account of ihe' Ert.it good I from I recbiQmehd tandon. Xov. night lion.. James Hryte. when he ltd the Hrl- j Hsh Embassy at an- i no'jncctl that lie was retiring. from i jmbllc Tlial may have-'been true, but !ike many another retired j llrltish slalcsaian. he ts'-rir.aing that j for various VooiT-' he is busit-r In his relfrciiiciiL lljan ruff, one o: M.W. Hi, most lie wab at an ambassador. may IIP nominated Since his return from his around- j It Es not'Hkolv Liat Ibt-re rt, i lc an oleciiori. jis U is fell thai -n-orlil Mr. Iliyce ]ms hid not. many dcys to himself, lift did for a few .weeks go Into reUmuem' at hid Jpst country home, llludlcaiv Fcrs was entirely taken trj lu wrli- lo raj They lo.rae, I.eaji tell you, for.; eboiil tiro years ngo, I vas laid up hed. Tvitli vomiting and a terrific pain tlic Oascof my stull. -The p3in drove me iiuid. 'Doctors feared it would tnrntto infianuoation of the braiu but I i took "FniU-a-livcs" steadily until I was And t. Tetiljr Helieve ihtv 'saved.me from cuted. t have, gained fUiecu since taking I'niH-a-iives '1C. iim ing, for -Mr. Hryce is certftiti to the pubUt: something.about the i-ouu- tries lie visited alter loaviug Austrit-a, 0114 perhaps 'a book Anifrleu. Ills real wprfc _ p.ilJ doubilo.iS.be, as put writer has aptly pnl it, ''So exjuess Iho of r.oi-cssary f-xpensf. Melviti Godfrey is ilip rcturninc: otficcr, uiid he wilt receive nominations from iilne o'clock to oVlotk noon, on Monday, netcwbcr 1. J. A. CORRIV2A11. Por He.T.d.ichei.'NeurilRia, Rhtun'i I- m, 111VJ vw.............. _i._.. Ni sides of life." Sincr; lus ri.lurii iiunio Mr. Drycc has delivered a number of addresEes on a great variety of sub- jects.- Mr. Uryce Is r.ot aloro in tin? j.-rattlcc of devollufi his tak'tus to the enllgUlcnmpnt anil services of his Woiuen assisted matcrnlly In iiig a Hre wbieli tlneuttncd to destroy the village of Yarkcr. Onl. Her. Dr, Jamca St. An- drew's church. London, Out.. and hilled liy an amom 'bw Vorli City. JOE WALCOTT-BEHIND BARS Hcstop, Xov. colored welter- ivetghl pugiifst.of a decade ago. months'in the LOUJC j ol "corrcctipn'ito'dav after the police j or ii'e' BO.yth'ea'd 'station had sold a ffory laids anil 1 stiiurcs.'at ,tlie-flu liter's in I cotj claiiricf3'be had n gymnasium at J where h? country, ntlcr his from act- live Afibther of E3ir impure condition of the blood is invaluable ami infallible, i Qf u Js Edward resigned hiB ,rai as fl T u -or thc Court of Joc-j j a T u thc Court of Atall deiltrs orsent on receipt o: !rt Oltia. M and In that Ihno he has served oiaoy iiEOful-capacities. the! least of which has been as ou.r of The l iho MORE SLEEPER -PULLMAN PASSES COMPANY Railwaymen on. V.'e_ck-End TrTps; Are _. Especially r Aimed At Montreal. newwl-afle.-r b.v, the Pull: notice TC-, ceiycd, here. The 'h JIB "been "enjoyed hy many railway Vtfjieu.the cqmjuiny foiim! OJt'thAl its .business was interefered with :and (hat 15 rer cf'nt. of the oil passes, a prohibitive order sent out, giving thc_dis- continuancc of." trl'jTifhat YlieC, new 'order4 'at.' MRS. take Woman's Couven 2Sth number- of.-'Canadian For C Of Public Works -ELECT- The.only man who. has told what he will do. you The Best Marf; iii the Field You Should Elect CM. Hatch FOR-- First Commissioner BEdAUSt: ._.-'.' lie IMS tioltl all (ho raoal Important (inMIc positions In (he citr and can point to a strong, record til C.TCU.- j Ka'iillrc Ills record .as Prrslilcnl, of.llw of.-Tmdc.'.' 'iTosldenl of Hip A'RilculUirah "Soclely, of the- Parka. anil [loiilevanls Committee. Major, and you will riii'd c.iy.li of (ti'Mf poftftlons worc'.ufed (o fnrlhcr the interests of TO THE ELECTORS Ladies'-arid i 'i.-' ,'i %Ji I desire lo uphold the flag of idealiCiglcnsjJiip. My. ,7 for the position'of the'First Cdhnmissibiir .crship ,_ ..Briefly they training an'cVpfacfice nsan: Engineer will be .valuable in watching thc( welfare .of ari Coarse'Was. Rroilurtive of a.sjs-, fem-of thinking, which will'help me to defend the city's 1 interests.'. i experience as a minister has given ma an insight into (he needs of'City life. asspaation with men, husinoss tradeijhas revc'rileii th? need for Moral Idealism in everything relating to Commercial Matters.. own observations urge me to offer my ser- vices believing that I.can manage the affair's'pf the city to the satisfaction of the electors. i .'_ development of (he Civic Conscience and the Education of an idea1 electorate on rnafters relalivp to needs 'of the masses. ;'J. lights of the Classes. demand of the times. recognition of qiir city as; part ;of a great Imperial whole. -The success of Ihc Empire, depends upon that of the unit. _ a measure of'Economy of City Finances as is.consistent with efficiency. Unity: of the .City. The distinction of North and South are for identification ought not to influence the distribution of expenditure. development of the Industrial program al- ready in'.operation.; effective municipal control the liquor. -traffic, Wage clause being inserted in all City Contracts, thc wage for a 6-day week should be siif- ficcnl to meet (he cost nf living, suppression of Gambling in any form. Municipal- Control of Commercialized Amusements.'. Inspecllon-of and Meas- ures. conditions of living and labor. effective administration of all By-laws. Last but not least, AN ABSOLUTELY CLEAN CITV Some of Ihcsc ore only on (he Iiom6n of our cily life, but we nmsl hear (hem in mind. Jest we arc cauftlil in the lolls'thai Iiavc spell ruin lo many brightest and most ]iromisirig young men women. For lliese reasons I urge you to support a policy will bcncdHlic cily imlli now and in (lie (lays to conic mid on December Rlli, to vole for; CUTHBERT ATKIN Who stands for the betterment of .'Greater lithferklge. Your Vote, and .Influence Respectful- ly Solicited for the Election of R. E. MeARTHUR A. M. CAN. SOC. C. E., AS Commissioner of Public Works 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE ON CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. PENNSYLVANIA LINES. MUNICIPAL AND OTHER CONSULTING WORK EXPERIENCE IN BOTH CONTRACTING AND ENGINEERING GRADUATE OF TORONTO UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF SCIENCE LIFE SENTENCE ANNULS MARRIAGE Brooklyn Court Holds That Man C eases to Be "Alive" in 1 Eyes of the Law J Xe-FV York. Nov. 2C. A man serving n sentence in prison j s civilly dead, and his wife may re- i narry without divorce or annulment' proceedings, according to an, opinion' anded down by Justice Maddov In Iruoklyn In lie ued a writ .or mapdamns. he marriage license bureau to grant a license to Mrs. ..Mary Gargao, a ichonl Poacher, Her husband. .Toha, was tcr.i to ing Sins for second dcgice murder nth a maximum sentence of life. She vt H now many Wcisbcimer, Thc court hcW that even liioujlJ argan were pardonort, his .martial rights would rnt be restored. Ticket Meetings in support of the candidature of Hardie, Grace and Reid BEHELD AS MONDAY, DECEMBER FIRST, Sonj of-England Half. Chairman. L. Atqulth THURSDAY, DECEMBEa FOURTH Burgman's Hall, North Lethbridge SATURDAY, DECEMBER SIXTH Kniolitt of Pythias Viall, Flflh Street South CHAIR WILL ME TAKEN BACH EVENING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK These ineelingi will addreased by the candidates and they wll! be supported, on Hit platform by prominent speakers. Tho ratepayers ot the city arc cordially invHcd to attend all Inete raeellnss, which' promise to be Hie raost Interestins of the cam- lialsn. FOR LADIES To The Electors: and Genllcmcn: Business nnii Pro- Railway imil irrigation Company cxmtmenc- .-.i! V: 'At the request of a largo, number! of "our fessional riisn, 1 ain a Candidate for Mayor and Commissioner of Finance. I 'have' lived in the City for eleven -years and-1 have been connected with it. since 1889, my association willi the frnnpuny. which eventually bcrnmr known as lhcAlbc.rta'l ing in lhaf year. i-T -i Tbt! Alberln Hsijlwny and Irrigalibii C.omjiariy had very -large and varied interests and was one of the largest Corporations "in "Western Canada. As Comptroller, of ppiripany _ for: many, i years I. had 'con- sidcrable administrative and linnncial I am confident that my. business enable me io give the Qilr- it so badly needs, A Good, Efficient and Economical Administration I AM IN FAVOR OF: i A tliornugli of thr. present system, as I firmly believe that if this is done it will be possible sonic reduction in. our heavy rale of taxation (which is higher than Calgary and 70% higher' than Edmonton.) Unless we are able to reduce our heavy taxation the pro-'-- grcss anil development of the City will rery seriously -'re- (arded. A Good and Plentiful Supply of pure water.' A Progressive Industrial Policy. The iinrly Completion of Subway on Thirteenth Street. The .Paving of Thirleen'th Street'- North- of -Third Avenue South to Sixth Avenue North. t The opening up of bljiYlistreels and. the .extension of the Scwcr. Water and Electric Light hpusryif prnc- licablr. An allcraiion in the present mcllimi of paying for improve- nicnls, which arc now spread ovcri Ihjrty': years. A Municipal Labor Bureau. When .the City needs men, preference to be given to married men resident in ihc City. Fair wage, clause in all City conlracls. A Public Lihrcry. A llioroughly clean City and A Square Deal For All ParU Of The City The progress carrying out this programme will, of necessity, depend to n large extent or. our finances.1 If you arc in. favor of the above platform and think, my financial experience and business training generally would be of value to the City, then 1 ask you in the interests of the City of Lethbridge, lo give, me YOUR VOTE ANI) INFLUENCE. E. H.WILSON ;