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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta T- ALL THE LOCAL NBWB WHXRE TOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBiOLtiBE DAILY HERALD THE BSRAUTB PAGE Of OTE "LOCAL NEWS .THURSDAY; DECEMBER 2, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETHNUDOB, ALBERTA. SECOND SECTION PAGE NINB Plebiscite on Mayor's After Civic flections; Hardie Liketu to aombu Acclamation i Outcome of Big Meeting at Central School Which Became Quite Warm at HM Wordy Encount. ers with Had Peaceful Ending; meeting which at one Itme breath dl'ion under aldenaanic government ed forth sulphuric fumes with a words than under the commission form eiicouuter between Hardie aud'tho Ihrjst of Mr Oliver In what Mr William Oliver, timshcd up heatedly asked the Major It a fr'endly understanding at tho cu put the city on tbo map' the re ditoriuni o( tho Cental School onl Joinder of Mr Oliver On the four Wednesday night. Tho meeting resolr-j million dollar shouted hack the schedule negotiations recently oncluded, and progress inado In or-[ animation of employees eligible to members hip In the Brotherhood, ene'ral-Chairman Turner staled that ha schedule recentlj signed with tho 3anadUn Pacific Haiiwa> Committeeof Citizens Likelj to covered approiimately 3.000 positions _ fourly emplojees received Consider i Ian to Amend ot from 524 50 to 00 month, re roacliYO to Ma> 1st 1919 Monthh If you arc1 not satisfied with salarj It nigh time that you said Mr. Oliver.' '.'That is for sion of tho raise ol salarj "to JG'.OOO.I the polla1 came back f'om Wo do not what tha commls- sloneVs are doing" said Mr Oliver 'You do, not-trouble Wednesday meeting rcsolr- minion IK od llselt info something of a commit Mayor ten of tho whole, with the agreement sour sala tome to hj the Mavor, In the discus I got sion of tho raise of salarj to to su'iiiiU to having a pleoiscHe put to the electorate to fol low his election, which it was taken lor grouted wou'd go b} acclamation, the Mayor, and if you did you would to whetherjhe was entitled to thejnot understand" Mr Oliver held his raise asked for At one time It look i ground thai the aldermanlc govern cd a- if the meeting at question time, rendered hetter the would resolve, itself Into a bear gar present one, lu lyrath) mood tha acn but ordcrlj proceeding was oh Mayor called out 'It would have been tKiucd by tho election of Mr. D H better for the city if taey had kicked von out They would not have you .Ellon'io thecchair.; The outcome was the acceptance of the Mayor of the profgsal of the plebiscite on the un- derstanding that it would be optional ''for.him'to resign'.should.the plebis- cite -he unfavorable to his request he" will acc the needs of the city. f T In the etatenent made by the Mayor the Wednesday night meeting at Mention Names For The School Board Effort to Get Out a Strong Bus! ness Candid- ate Advocated There Is" an eagerness; on the par of many see- several gooi strong business men in tho field fo school'trustee. on Page 12) Railway Local Members About .Them Lelhbridge Lodge No 631 of the Brotherhood and .Steam ship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Ex press and Station hold well attended meeting in Burgmann'b Hall las' evening. The Mlqwlng-VerBiChosen as ers for the yearj921 ian vening, strong exception was taken the-Central 8choo, that'there was no o the failure of the present school particular contract between the Com with the new salary schedule and a committee of the Alliance was In were elected, slructed: to press'.the board. an" answer within the next three The main points at Issue are that no eacher shall receive than ier annum and InTit the present graao eachers In Lethbrldge shall receho an advance of (30000 The opinions of the gra n the public schools were tnar the failure of the board to de'al with thu promptly, most'unneces sary and unjust to them, inasmuch as it presented teachers who would-be affected by any fro'm accepting.positions elsewhere It wa t tbal to.boajibieto the term forVMch the Commissioners ___ ____ 'in lhat ths charter specifies that fnel Commissioners elect ed are only so long as the commission form of goYGTndenl exists, it Is felt that found desirable mission form to that ot the managerial fornf. clear should ito it be For supplying Jlquor to Indians John Taborsky ,and Robert Deglqw .were flned-JlSO and costs' by Magistrate E N. Barker at Cardslon. In connection with the Taborsky Carl EvehBO'n and William an Indian-'wefe each'-flnecl J10 and costs In the- Banio'court oh 'charges of hav ing liquor, in a place other than a private dwelling house The, ijase arose from a dance at th Del Bosita school.. -Complaints hai been received by.tha A.P.P. concerning iri that neighborhood and whili searchins for 1'ercv A Jones, Con stable W T Staley pnd Detective Shaw, of the A.P.P. vistted this schoo house, iii plain elbthes. rWhile ther drew up'with thre Taborsky, -Jan Evenseij-in.It. thls-a aufl .breeds galhered about the ca and when they returnd, to: the .danc their breaths smelt hko a brewery Alter a while a crowd galhered on the south sida of the buitdlirg and Con- ,i0sin 'trncecdeil to hold up ho "crovvd with his service revolver To procured three.full bottles of Valker's -Irish whiskey-from -Ihe pas- engers of the car and found- amoni he Indians and Ibreods three boiiics :ontainlDg bottles baiu'g lartly emptied. .Not being able, the entire :rowd to Cardsfon' the p ol ice gave hose across-the border fifteen minutes to hike itrback to their na- ive soli. Tho Indiana. were; Bloods nd Blackfeet from across the'line. Those mentioned (n: the court report above wero taken to Cardston lor trial. Percy A. Jones was wauled In Leth- brldge for issuing bad checks and for 'also pretences. It Is believed he mAde his getaway across :th'o-border. w j rangements for the coming Tear and it was ,felt that Just reason conld be urged against the teacher's claim to have this settled the" present boiffa. Tlaw was expressed by iine speaker that the public was not fUllv Vice Pros 3 SI Appleton Fin.iand Recording Secretary-Treas J. TV. Jamlesoh. F., Ilossiter. T. Giles. Inner J; Slenrtco. Outer J. Christenson. of Executive II Edmonds. Chairman of Protective Committee T H LlewoUyn General Chairman Turner and Gen- P O BOX. 040 PHONE 1619 A leading citizen told the Herald eral Representallvo H Carrwerepres this was surprised to find such a lark of a real cMf spir it in the citv 'People don't seem to bo interested In their own afairs at all" lie One citizen suggested that an cf fort ijd bo made to get one or more of (ho following well known Eion to the field fof school Irus toe J W IJanden, Fred Home, S S. Dunham, D. A. Simpson, N. B. Good. Anqther clllzen thinks it would bo Veil the, school-.hoard Rnd ho didn't hesl- .tnte to. put forward cf Mrs. J. X Kllchic An 6ffort "still being mailc- to livdjicc Peter Lund .to bo a caniliilalG. Oeo. It-jMarnoch not consider a noijilnatio'-j lie Is serving tho public I in, a very now andl H else.sacrKlced-'a.1 time for the school board The. namo of ;Mr. Wllllnnsadn, has been freely mentioned A strong move has been' made with Ihe inlen- .tfenvoi bringing fho: but fa far ha hag declined to contest the election. Mr.-Rxwden has not jet been approached-. "It is felt by nianT of the business men of tho.cily Inat ho will riiatte-'a very jootl trustee, and it Is on j to run. eht and regard- DON'T FORGET Toe only place 700 get your shots repaired by at Hutton PerkSns 118A Fifth "Street 'South Phone 693 8 S. if Colihlal BROS; PHONE 625 THE REAL GIFT To make your Christmas shop- ping a pleasure, shop early and shop wisely. Kqr tho people you carp about, ttio Ideal gift W 'one. which, combines both beaiily and usefulness and .which lasts a long time.' .solve your problem satis- factorily for every one. PEDESTALS f A sranll deposit will hold ono for you. Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. S-6 Acid la Building I 612 Third Avenue Southr OFFERING ALL KINDS OF HAND-MADE CHRISTMAS .GIFTS In the I.O.O.F. Hall, 4th Ave. and 5th St. COMMENCING AT 330 TEA ROOM, PANTRY TABLE, FISH POND, WHITE ELEPHANT STALL' Fun for while doing .ChrTstrnasVahoppfng Irlcl. The provincial government 'onvarded the draft of the prospectos la the district's offices and the.draft s now In the bauds of the printer aiia will tomorrow or the follo'w-- ng day. Copies the with '.Mr.- Anderson's report and cop- ies of the three irrigation federal and one mailed to forty or fifty in Canada aiid tho "Hulled For a long time Ihe'trustees .df. district havo been day had many perplexing' questions lo seltie and hare had ty seek legislation They have had the co-operation of the provincial meat in drawing up the by law and in a financial j1 ay anil now they ready to see if citizens of Canada are lulling to give the farmers ot'ihei Lethbrldgo Northern district an op- _ .portunlty of getting water on their i land arid of making a good living. Bread pfops Loaf N. J. Schweitier, cf the Model Bakery, has announced a drop In bread prices of one cent a toaf. The retail price by this baker was twelve cents and on Monday U will be eleven cents. The whale; sale price will be nine .cents, reg- glstering'a drop of one cent WHEN MiXTHER -OWN BREAD '7 alioUl the' only Joy ;got out of Iho operation :was tho relish with which tho 'family ..consum- ed it. Eread-as good as OUA- KER BRE.AD.relleTes her of all tic fl-orS, -ihlf standing over tho hot store, .wcarlsorno. kneading and mixing, and sba dertves the same benefit of family, npproval because It io as good at mother 'quite as giod and nour- ishing. JOHN QLMORE Limited BAKERS 1 PHONE 378 Farmers SHIP YOUR CREAtM TO US AND RECEIVE HIGHEST PRICES. IPS TIME TO ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS CAKE Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd: LETHBRIDQE, PHONE We arc taking orders for .our .well and favorably known Christmas Cake. Housekeepers who are 'particular about tho e.x'ccl- lenco of their cake caii rost Ihe.'qtiSlity.of our cake. Let us take this Important.part of rour Christinas baking'oft your hands. On December 18th wo nil! GIVE AWAY the Christmas Cake in our window to the person guessing nearest" its weight' This is an alrhonrl Iceil regular make. Thoso who order a Chrislmaa Cake arc entitled to two any person lias one guess. In the event of the cake being won by a nGrsori who has ordered a Christmas Cake, lUc the cake will bo refunded. v 1 Guesses may bo registered any llihe up to Dcdeinbor iTlli. There are only six days loft In which to mall our OVERSEAS CAKE I'lcaso order at Once if you send one. 'S ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS' ASSOCIATION DANCE AND WHIST DRIVE IN THE MASONIC HALL Tickets Coupler-Extra Lady Hairy, OriJiestra. 1. -v v may be pbtalned at and Alexandra Hotels; atso of any rnember of the aucclatlon. X 7 DRESS' SERVED FREE 12 O'CLOCK "Golden Krust" BREAD Unequalled for its rich nut flavor. Made in pur Sanitary Rotary Oven from the best ingred- ients money can buy. Always fresh at our new store, 407 5th St. S. Quality is our, watchword Lelhbridge National System of Baking 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH 3RD AVE, SOUTH. Secretaries of tlie G, W.Y; A, andfk Military Chapter, I, WISH TO RECEIVE.THE NAMES Of ALL WTOOWS' CHILDREN v AND ORPHANS OF RETURNED SOLDIERS (MEMBERS OF THE w. V.-A.) UNDER. 12 YEAR'S OF THAN DECEMBER AS TO EKABLE THEM .TO MAKE PRE- FOR'THE MONSTERVMILITARY XMAS TREAT. MILK IS THE MOST NOURISH- ING AND HEALTHFUL OF' It also OT? of thft cheapest of foods., Our pure, fresh, pasteurized milk Is the kind need. Are You Using Buttermilk? it1 is exceiient ipr cooking arid makes.a govsd drlnkr Only 6C per quart, delivered. Phone; 1576 and have our driver call. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY, LTD. PHONE 1576 ;