- Edmonton municipal by-election, 1912
May 7, 1912 Herman McInnesresigned from Edmonton City Council. One week later, on May 14, Charles Gowandid the same. On June 7, a by-election was held to replace both aldermen. The first place candidate would replace Gowan, who had been elected to a two year term in February, while the second place candidate would replace McInnis, who had been elected to a one year term. In addition, eight bylaws were put to the electorate on the same ballot.
Bold indicates elected.
*Alexander Livingstone - 700
James Macfie MacDonald- 585
*J E Theriault - 577
*D B Campbell - 259
*E H Cotterell - 208
* J J Denman - 181
To provide by issue of debentures $210,240.00 for improving and further extending Municipal Power House and Plant.
To provide by issue of debentures $200,020.00 to pay City share of paving certain streets.
To provide for the raising by the issue of debentures the sum of $50,126.67 for the purchasing of a site whereon to erect car barns in connection with the municipal street railway of the City of Edmonton.
To raise by the issue of debentures the sum on $25,100.00 for the purchase of bridging two certain ravines of Forty-second Street or Carleton Street
To authorize the establishment of a gas plant for the manufacture, distribution and supply of gas and to provide by the issue of debentures of the sum of $770,880.00 for such purposes.
To provide by the issue of debentures the sum of $21,900.00 for the purchase of a telephone sub-station.
To provide for the raising by the issue of debentures the sum of $150,380.00 for acquiring certain lands to extend the Park and Driveway System of the City of Edmonton.
To provide by the issue of debentures the sum of $66,000.00 to purchase certain lands for warehouse and storage yards south of the Saskatchewan River.
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