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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TTTE LETHBRTOOK nAlLT fUESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1910 form of rirlc government, us col coUDfound the Let Ictbbribge ftcralb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Publishers THE LETHCRIOQE HERALD MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED tth Ctrttt South, L4thb.-ioao W. A. Buchami President and Managing Director MM Terra nee Business Manager .TELEPHONES Off fee Office Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Ritei: Dally, 'delivered, prr 'veek J .15 I IT, delivered, per year 7.50 DaJljr. by mail, per roar 6.00 Weekly, by mail, per year l.aO by mail, per year to U.S. 3.00 harp critlriteJ ihe ciiy council 00 emu occasions, In ihe tbtt we hara fell ii Jolna; -This vp shall continue 10 do when there la reason to do so in slrlrioi aa we do for ivhai we Relieve (a The criticism does uot imply that wo are biisssi againsi acy certain uals. approach the cominc con-, lest with samo spirii, giving erery man due, and, when it cot-jes to ii. holding him to tdrersp criticism. That Mr. Meech lias certain Quiliflca- tlaas for hU office over 9! his 1 rival cannot be denied. He has an intimate knowledse of his depart- and Hits should count Cor some- In ihe Eaneral criticism OL tho council ap to want of publicity and other mailers, he nas come in for the same as pan or the council, but (his is pan of ihe KeJiue rather [ban of ihe particular eifire. In regard lo the candidature ol Mr. Cameron we must confess lhat hi? eleciion would b9 In tbe nature c! an experiment. Eiperiaienis can only fcacfi of papers after expiration datL- la oar authority to continue the sub- _THE ELECTION FOfl .itHE COMMISSIONERSHIP With polling day only a Unt, the municipal contest is on Its lap, and it is t the citizens Itrge. reTicwed llie issues and the respective .merits or [he candidates .before them, In Ibe contest for the ship of Public Works Ihe lies ITTO. this should tend to make the decision. Insofar "if lies with individuals, a.comparative 'easy mailer. If we emphasize on the personalties ot the candidates th ere is not a 'great deal to choose For Councillors in First Place And For Council and School Board in Latter (Special to the Herald) Dec., for ihe office of three councillors and [wo school trustees toofc place at the town hall aod ihe fol- 'o.. D roots, isl; U Lend rum. >uchess, 3rd. K. Palton, Brooks, IBI. Dnchacher, Tilloy, 1st; Sutherland Canadian Land Co., Brooks, 2nd. Carrov, Brooks, 1st. Cairo Y, Brooks lit; J. P. Ruil. Duehets. 2nd. Growimf a Comptntirely Xew ladujtry in Dw- Prize Wia- BROOKS, Nov. flnt-u- UQI! fair and Institute of the (Mat-lvlu Aertcuhuml Society iru held at Brooks on the 27Lh of Novem- ber, held The meetlDC and exhibit wai the Methodist Church and In -tortween Personality, in to. integrity, 'no doabt .counts. for jTgreai deal, but Ip the two candidales before Ihe people this particular -rieiv does not form anything in the nature Tor lie same. "The issue !s not In the Tray ot any radical ehanse; that re- mains for ihe citizens in the proper procedure for the same. Should ihe citizen's deijlde on a managerial form of government, feel sure that Mr. Cameron will msfce an admirable aldermau; but without any other can- didate in the field, so far as tne quali- fications of the two men so. and in what should be Ibe particular natute of Ihe contest, we cannot but consider that Meecli has tbe better claims for support. Mr. Meech has still to explain the stand each Commissioner tabes In regard to policies tliougli they come under the depart- ment of one of the raay well Le regarded as public poli- cies in the general discussion or the same in regular council meetings. This opportunity which the public platform gives be- lakeii ot. lowiug Is the result: For council: Louis Dalil, Joseph K. Gillis. Joseph Mootilbettl. Fred M. Thompson and James W, For school trustees: Louis Dutll cd Joseph H. There will be an election for coun- cillors on Monday, December Slh. Messrs. Dutll and Hirmer were de- clared elected to the ichool board oy acclanifttion. Tho line-up for the 1920 school board therefore ii Messrs. Ilacilltou, ChRppell, Deebe. Dutil AT BOW ISLAND (Special to The BOW ISLAND, Dec. ami Da I ions IT ere as follows: Reid H. Bell, A. D. KoUe, V, J. Oliver, L. A. Swennum iplte of Ihe cold weather, was very well attended. The speakers J. R. Fryer and U. M. Stewart ot the ram eat Seed Branca of Calgary tad Don H. Bark, Superintendent, of Irrljflllon Branch ot the Cioadlan Pacific Railway. irowiug in the Hrooki district If com para tlrely new Industry u the district hie been but verp Milled np until the past year. In spite of the youth of the Indus lry and e parsed settled pf ILDP. This phase of Ibe Situation can thereiore be Very well The election, for the Commissioner- ts in other oUUe dependE on Lbe qualifications of Ibe .various .-candidates for tue post. In ihe particular nature of the office of GpmmiEsioner o[ Public Works, there -certain technical -which tilje calls.. Cor a.knowledge. of. Ii) tbjVYespect it can be 'verj- Trel] men liks Sir Eric (ntmmr, when placet! il.the bead, of affairs which call for certain amount of technical knowl whlcli'lh'ef might be iaharo CD parilcnlar UATB be -successes. Thlg how- iyer ddes'not admit -of a loo general expansion, In that the 50 select- fti hayB proof in Lhe occupa LIBERAL COMMITTEE MEETING AT OTTAWA on, A. Hob.son. d.l (Three Id be elect- School Kerne. H. H. oberloii.-C. H. Bell, T. Dlame. o be elected.) AT CARMANGAY ISpedil l-i Tbs Herald) CAHMAXGAV, will e no eleciion-this year in Carmangay. S'omtaatforjs were as follawsj For councillors lor two Hamilton, A. S, Ainslle, H. L. (All elected by acclamation.) For school trustees lor two I. Miller, C. Folt ac'clamalion.) (Both elected AT VULCAN (Special to the Herald) "VULCAN, Dec. olu reeve >nd councillors have been so sallsfac- to (he people here that acclama- ious were the order ol election Bay. leeve E. Butcharl woa ce-elected by acclamation. The councillors are H. Stack, re-elected, and John Dewey, by acclamation, Uklng the place ol G. W. Ducfei; AT CHAMPION CSpecisI !a Tfc- Herald) CHAMPION, Dec. nomina- tions [or three yacanctaa on the vil- lage council were made Monday. These are P. Hummell, J. N. Baubier, J. F. Cassidy, Geo. H. Mark and1 Charles McLean. Tie reeve, is the only'retiring stand a gat 11. iklnS la which thoy have been previ- ously emplored that they possessed organizing and other capabilities lor their new positions.; In the partlcalBr avocation or 51r. -ti'rj; this Is a poliit which conies In as lo whether1 tlculBf.-eiperience ayplies jo Ja'a'oiilcG te setts. i :-The sllirfltidn- In-regard lo'the Conj leat Tor' the iliay ,Baid to be e peculiar one. In Ibe reiison, as annoonced, oE ,lhe can- (iklilhre of Sir. Cameron. The Tact and it is not in- THE ELECTION' FOR SCKOOU TRUSTEES With five in the field For two vacancies ou tbe Public School Board, the seleclion does nol appear a very easy matter. Tte tea lures in the present election carapaigi are the presence Jor the first lime o two ladj candidates and of two cand date's officially1 endorsed by the Labo Party. In tlie diclam or "ladles, V deai witi 'these Ii Ibis respect we eirptess the opinion that on ihe School Board woman find's her proper'sphere, in that she haa a (Special to ihe .____ T sf understands the young hnman a great j_ jpachcm and Harry -Smith, Difile. .'If aielecieu- by Seoretary woman shows the ability Hemming will be retppolnted. there Is no reason why she should not be afforded Ihe opportunity for using1 the same lor tie common nut mere sentiment alono should not pply lo "voLIng for ..i lady candidate, pecial qualifications ihould be taXcn nlo. account. eil stsnda not-only-ac a i regard to woman's knowl- edge of the .ncedg ol the young, bat ai (he representative of In his her particnlflr.policies are in with thai of the ;Lahor platform. shown here today hare been a great aarprifie to the Judja as well RB to the The seeds were ill grown In-the dlrirlcl during the past year and consisted of the following: Griuini, Baltic and common alfalfa, white and yellow sweet clorer, red. white and almllto clover, both aprlng and winter retch; field peas, four var- ieties of garden peas, six of garden beans, flax, barley, oala, wbeat, pota- toes. deol and: white flint corn. This Is the first time that inch a large number of varieties of local grown seeds have ever been brought logetnc-r at one place In the'Drootc- BasEarra and of the local growers after cftti-fully eiamlag the quality .of the large number of Tarlctlds shown now declare that-I future of the seed growing busio" In IhU district isrnow assured. A partial list of the prizes won and awanled Is follows Brooks; 1st; P. K. Fatten, Brook3, 2nd; Snthftr- md Cnnadian Land Con Brooks'3rd. Canadian Land Co, Broois, 1st- Sutherland Canadian Land Co., Brooka, 2nd; P; H. PuLtoiy DucnESf, 3rd; "U Lendrnm, Duchess, CAnsdian Lend OTTAWA, DM. national or- inlutlOQ formed at the Liberal convention In August, met this BorvlujT. it 11 o'clock In the olflce of HOB. W. U at (he Victoria, ilmeum. Delegalcs were In fcUendaace Irom every province and wore ou their way to Ot- tawa Tor. the later sessions. The meetings today and tomorrow irt for the purpoae ot perfecting the party organization. Prior to taking his place u chairman of the llou. Mr. Kltifi emphasized the fact tbmt tberc would no dls- cisclona of party policy or questions ot tht.t. niture. Twmly-Ora wert present at the opening session and their nuin bers are expected lo be swelled by half dozen or so .durjng the day province, was given seven rep- formed at the convention, but it was not anticipated that fit uiy llmo here would be, a. full reprceentaLlon, u such would not be The delegates la attendance Ibis morning Include: Manitoba: J. F. Fisher, Winnipeg; H. A. McLcod, Shoal Lake. Saskatchewan: Hon. W. R, Motier- well, Aheraethj-. Alberta: A, McTeer, Calgary. British ColanibU: M. A Mac Bon- P IA A1CKED UP IN SSING Halifax 70.000. claims a population or Soldiers Co-operalire Society will open a department store nl Jtcglun. Kernbrandts arc said (o liavo beeu offered (or sale lu Loudou by Russlau prliico Tor A 12-year-old bor. whllo Luutlug with his father In Idaho, fclllcil two bears. Federal control ut telephone and telegraph lines cost I'je U.S. Qoveru meut U.S. Government Is not considering any embargo on export of silver, prs I erring to. let Iho markoi take Its course. Illinois Agricultural Aeeoeiatiou invealifirU.ttn showed the farmer gets 42 cents on every dollar paid b; (ha district, however] the great commit lee wag averagB cousurcer for meat, nijlk lely excellent Quallly of Ihe seetla' UDI inai at any umu Brown snys that Ilio Sicitlcr Cigar Co. will move their wholesale plant from- Vancouver to Medicine lank, Iho. driver of oil wagou at 'crtoy Shore, cmiilleJ ICO gallons if gasoline luto tho cellar o( a (faragv. Hotel (roui all over the J.S. have Just had a couvenUon and a banquet In Xew York tho ban- quet (ablo lighted by wax candles ituck lii empty tottlei .nd all the Iced water tho dlnere ranted lo drink. Investigating whul aii Hiiloujoblliat reported was c a patiolmau at 1'itisburn found a 2-year-old girl nloug tho Etrc'et In her .htdivia fuiii iivlu uwiiic. Sue haJ crawled from bed rvhlla asleep and left Iho house. On November '_'9lh, Arthur DropaU, oC Bow Island, died at the ago of i. Decensert entered Ihe Medicine Hal gene ml hospital for Ireslment, suffering from heart (rouble, but Mr- cd only througb Ihe night. He be- longed to Xovn 3cotln. E. Kneeland, cf was elected a director of the Merchant's Bank ol Canada. Thu new director Is general manager of the British Am- erican Elevator company; Tlce-prpil- doul ot the Port Arthur Elevator com- pany, and also vice-president of the Elevator anfl liberty Hat in the spring, employed. aid, .PT Tlce-presidenl; C Camp- bell, Vanconver; Henry Hall, M.P.I'., Victoria; A, McRae, ReTelsloke. TURNER IS OPPOSED- TO EXTRA GRATUITY VANCOUVER, NOT. 27- Lienl.- Gen. Sir Richard Turner, Interviewed today, declared that the government has oot adopted a sufHcienlly broad proKram-ior re-establishment of re- turned men. He said "the farmer class Is the only one to reccivo proper treatment from Other returned men are Dot getting TV bat they are entitled to. When I return east I will personally lay beloTC Premier Borden many matters con cernlng re-es'abllsbment, which I think reed immediate attention." Gen. Turner is absolutely opposed to eTlra gratuity being granted to relumed men. 120 people will bo Grnlu companies. A very substantial reduction of 120.000.000 gallons In thu total water consumption, ia Hdglnn. tor Ihe ten months of this year as compared with tho same period, ol Is re ported by Hie EUperlnLendcnt o[ waterworks departaaent. This Is A IwJg- on a hydrangea Lush in Iho lcq.utTa.lent to a reduction or 17 per ynrd into which'ho fell, cntcreil Ihc-ceut. nml Is In a large measure due of an H-ycar-old Prccport. L.I., and pierced' hia brnln. Ho .died Father Kennedy, former parisli priest In charge of SU Mary's parlabf Gran brook has been transferred from of-spinal meningitis Lwo days Inter. High rents in Detroit forced a young bookkeeper to scud his wife home for a sesson. On tho Dig Kour, near Pcmbervillo, O., his daughter, Dorolhy Beufrico Blace, was born. A young woman or Edinburgh, whoso Injured a man's eye and caused thim to" logo Eight of It, offcrerl compfinsalion to marry him. The olfer was accepVeil. incognito on their honey moon, a Spanish count and, countess on arriving at New York from Scran- ton, Pa.r lound -in jewels in their trunks had been replaced by kindling wood. Mlslatlng a. pipe which extended under the patcmenX into H. coal bin for 'the one rnnning into a gasoline ;o the adoption of tho meter system. Kamloops to PernleJ' Father D.E.O., formerly ot Van- couver, has been Boot fo Kamloops where, in addition tp hU regular dii- lles, he M'ill lake cnargo ot the erec- tion of a iiew Catholic church In that place. Kflthcr Anthony, still bu slatiunctl ai Fernfs, tico. Binsdale TVBS elected mayor cf Brantlon by a majority of 73 over H. Carter, four tfmo.i mayor. The aldermen are 0. B. Cole ma a, J. B. Cumin, T. J. Carey, J. Geo. Fit lea was cletted'scbool Iruslcc over Oeorge Ayrcs, presldenl" of the trades anl labor council and leader ID the civic and sympathetic.-.strike last summer. Geo. Dinsdale elected mayor was a labor cs-ndldate 'aud Salvallon- 1st. il should -be by candidature fa In WA S KIXGTO e D teer, men widely hnown: in business and paollc life, representing no partlculac different position (o aa such, but acting "tor the ot Mrs. Jovrctt, in that stands (people as a whole, assembled here ifae.'pArly .to.whom he ores bis camll- dilwajWl he is1 out to light a prin- -To' fed-candid In tbe matter ibi contest carinol' ha said lo bi t for a'pHiiclple; it la lor HTDan.who fill .posUion, Thfi -Is (n'lhe'clCcUon; view ifift. only, There 'arc other meane open to contest iue view if (9 Ihe advidaliiliLy of a m'anageriB or a commlasloh form of government1 .to decide Ihe'mcrlta of IndiTlfluala', In rlew to a Ttpna of fcOTerriinenlriis getting away (Noi the essence of, the election. .Broadly put, it Is something In the 'fif of drawing the trail.'of, a red bcrrirjg. Nor can It he said lhal the tejecllon of tbla fighting for s'cerlairf principle will lead lo anylnlng so for ulllmate resuHs arc concerned, iTh'e liauo IB oul of place. Whatever ''tke j It fit of os may hold In re lo syaltm ot civic i, internment, It would he foolish Ii o-arasKe.i Lo lie biassed liy ou opinion ia regard to this It. 1ft fair to the candidate: Thorfl niay be, for e? who consider (hat Mr It Uie rfght man for Corr ir; 'but il Ihe same llnie firm IT that (he com I of irovernmenl U Ih A for Mr. Cameron IB 1n ;IM thtt Is nlsH a role fljoins pnlcml jystem of civic LhfiHfi vplers to do In t. clrcunMttriWeT In ,lhe L; .ijtr. the applfd rice i-1 the Mir oal of Lhe i to trm cahdldati for lhe position, wilhou as lo Ihe pai speciffcaily as. the representative" of the women of 'the. cily, being the j nominee ol the local Council of Women which represents the various women's' organizations In the city. She may therefore be .particularly re- as the women's candidate in relation lo the female population of jhe Echoolj, which Includes the teach- ers of her as ;well as the.pupils, and Ihifc requires a. consideration of jts relation of femlnlno problema as Tlewed from a feminine [flndpoint- Mr. K, IJ. Jolinson's candidature baa ,s appeal In the nature of-his parti- dfilllng, that of a bank'manager. Vlth this lie wlli bring to Ihe Doan' r elected, considerable fioanclal .fcllily which ehould he of conslrler- ible value In the financial problem which cannot but come np for eicleratlon by the triift'ees. -Jlr. John service In Ihla reaped In the paat las been very useful, Mr, HnwkinB Is H rcpreeental'iTe 01 Labor, end we. arc n" the opinion thai Labor, as repieseiiling a portion ol the CDmmnnlty. shouM have a place oil the School Hoard, provided that In comparison willi the olher candi- dates other thlnga src cfiiml. Mr.' Hawking ns- we know him, Is nol a man of extreme VICWH. he )a well balanced, and toy Id nut have choseri a better candidate to rcpre- Pent II. Mr ,'ferrill Is a man who, so far as public offices In the city go, has not been irled. Ho however has shown himself, 4 man of good capa- cities and Ihh should stand him In good alt-ad word ho elected to (he Board. In, the candidates Tiflined a. good thofce'Is afforded, Snd'll becomes a question of considering individual inerU. oday to confer on the country's Indus- rial .sltuallon. The conference, Ihe ppointment of which was'announced rom Ihe Honae on NOT. 20, narks the second effort of'President to devise for seLLIIcg he chao'llc conditions" wnlch hare "pre- vailed for months .'In Industry. H was designed to accomplish what the recent national industrial conference ailed In. Xo form of procedure was set for he Eolhering and this- be de- .ermlned by In he words of President Wilson Ihe 'new reprcscnlallTefl should have con- cern thai our Indastrles may be lucled with such regard for Juallce and fair dealing that.-the will feel IbemEclvca ioduced Lo put torlh their beat efforts, inat luo cm- foyers will have an encouraglrjg pro- lit and that the people will not suf- fer ?.t .the hands pi feilncr clasE." Organized labor eiprcsscd sathracllorj with the personnel of the conference because of the fact no lahor men were named, althoueh they claimed other luleresl was repreEented. STYLE 125 In Mahogany, VVilnut and FACTORY GHOflT LAID LOW. SO OIRLS WORK NOT TALK STRATI--OHU, Nor. Stratford has a "ghoaL" Any number nf people have seen or "her." ran. One didn't run, and found "Iho ;hosl" was a baker walk Ing home In its A big brother I clothea. tht ex- rltahle tale of I-JTO young slslora i covered "Iho to ho an old trcQ slrlpperl of Us hark and throwing bach fin uncanny from the flare of the plrcet lamps. But lhal liovdn'L slop (he slory. 'Ti.i a mark of pride lo be able (o Ihe ghoat or a ghost, (llria seemed to he parllculfirly Interested, even un- to Ihe point of forgelllns to I'aclory Is offering a reward of for Ihe raptured The managers pay the girla lose too much time, rlls- cussing the mydlcrloug presence. 4TYLE 166 in mahogany, WaFnut and Price j'l 50.00 LARGE builneas'andI Industries are not reared on weak arid broader the more muit be tht founditioni on which It i> built. DEEP down upon bed rock re it tha foundations of the Ma ion 4. orsanliatlon. The great underlying fundamental' of the Maion 4. Rluh-buslnen "that Men, Money Machinery, brought toBethvr In a united effort to excel others, can produce K superior product In quality and vaJue. BUILT on this principle by craftsmen who have labored long to bring it to Hs high estate, c V.est production, the MASON RISCH PHONOGRAPH hu bad rooting welcome. Verily, it has awakened unbounded enthusiasm. In cities and towns, from Coast to Coast, hundreds have heard and admired the latest achievement in correct Phonograph boildiiif. It was its first showing to the music loving people, and it proved to be the event of the year in musical affairs, for the Mason Risch Phonograph stands here today as a per- fect system of human control over mechanical music- prpdqcing almost unbelievingly close, and snooth, and fine. Have YOU heard H? IF NOT, come to our store. You will enjoy It! It will give you a new Ideft ef phonograph perfection in; the true sense 6f the word, It will pfiy tar you ycur favorite Music with afl the swing you coud ask, eympatheircally, suits the occasion, WITH tuch an Instrument In your Home, you may hear s'ueh Music .-at diUy ulli thousands forth t4 the greatest Concert World to listen to the most beautifully finished works of tKa greatest 1 Artlsti and Musician! 9TYLE 176 In Mahogany and Oafri Price "THE HOME or THE IVERY STYLE-tVERY PSICE, THOUSANDS'OF'fiECORDS FOfl YOU TO Hon. Arthur will tour Hit Wtlal (o tcl] or tile Torh of Iho Union .STYLE 2J5 In Mahogany, Walnut i Prke Balmoral ;