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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta IT lliy�A(HIEGOVEIU� Tp It jkt Offered Bf Ex- Lrrruiii^EJ^CETo SAtARY QUESTION IfaMffMM torn of jTC^ernmeat fonn�l � Mi 9Mti9R of th� discussion at tlM> 0tl1s MlitiMl meptlsi; in U|� Uiklt�|| e%wm li�U> to wliioli betwean tfty Mi4 ttatjr n�m turned out la�t nlfht, MsfOr Htrdl* iwJd there ia a piwaiMlty tb�t � plebisett* on the mant�sd�d tbat the prevent form of'goviramont U.obMfier tban the old itdermanio system. ' K - The'Only Argument Vha Mayor went over considerable pronhd be covered at the meeting in Central: whool asd -th^^onlr. exclte-'^9nt caused during his talk was whim is the Genuine and Only lint a�d witfnal Cold and qrip tablet, the laerit of which ..... *r aU dvUiwi f c^tearaM WNIfaw. Be sure its Bromo ThaianaiM bean thia aignatura SOci RMOIDS (TaUata or OnmilM) lis. INDIGESTION OUICK RELIEF! MADE Mr acoTT * aowNs MAKER* or SCOTT'S EMULSION M �---- Mr. WUliamaon objected to statements the speaker made in regard to hit (WmUtmttmy cosdoet wMlc andaavor-ing to dispose ot liethbridge city bonds in the aaat. >(aror Hardia oaMk certain Btatemeata of Mr. Williamson's were lies and thia was objected to but after both speakers roamed firound the world for awhile Bob Mlnnons, as chairman of the meeting, put a halt to tt. Mayor Hardie opened hi* addreaa by making a comparison hetwaen the aldarnwnic and commlwton form ot governntnt. Procaeding to bis salary be drew a numbar of laughs on bis daacription of home condltlonB that be aaid, would eventually drive , him to bolsbeyism. He spoke of the . part Fred Downer ia playing In this j campaign and refarred to rents cbarg-; ed by that man and in regard to state-: ments made concerning the city rata- \ ing wages the Mayor said the city is not A bit worse otC since doing It Working an Plan He anaovneed tbat he is working cn a plan for managerial (arm of government to place before the people, throughAha columns of The Herald. He said he hoped to have thia pab- lished ia Saturday's tasue. Ha wanulsald the nation ought to provide the citiaaaa of Lethbridga to give this question aarious consideration. He does not claim that hla plan will he tha ideal one. The start of the argument with Mr. WllUamson waa claimed Mr. WUliamaon said The noxloaa weed department of Manitoba is (i||htin( the Jtusfian thistle, which baa invaded Canada. It made its appa^ntoot'raoenSy on the west side of Tartie ModnUia. Rulsiana ttsad It fpr.fhaftpHaed, and on their seven-acra larms were able to control it, hut in largar taiTitories of the IMkotaa H got away-from tham, and the first plant waa traced IS miles. it. Parents should not have.to buy-an ed�-. cation for their chUdren.. He agreed with the edUorial of The Herald in which it ras sUtedthat a basiness- ___man was needed oh the board and when the Mayor I claimed that he, as a w^rfcihirniata, has "To belli had samdent experience with econ- with "the bonds Hardia I am going home." 'Tb|a ooinraraation, the Mayor aaid, took ylaca in Toronto. Mr. WUliamaon said the Mayor's memory waa faulty. Continaing Mayor Hardle claimed ha mada the best sale of bonds that had baea made for ijti months and that the city council, vecanse ot lack of action, lost the city |6,aoo. Mayor. Hardt* denied haTlng anything to do with tha T.M.C.A. grant qaaation, claiming .that ^ he waa not a mambar of the committee in charge of the sinking fttad at that time. At tha closa of tha argnment be-twaaii Mayor Hardle and Mr. Williamson, tha latter olfered to bet Mayor Hardia Ave hundred dollars that the Mayor waa wrong in certain of his statements^ The bet was not taken. Trustee Hogg Tmatae Hogg was the first ot the hoard ot education candidates to _ ^ - speak. He is in favor of granting the minimum salary tot tho- teachers., ' omy to aU'that bUl. Lawghed at Lovarinf Mr. R. A. Smith aaid ha believed in spending sufficient moneiy - to obUin efflciency in the schools. H� did not advocate extravagahce bht wants to give every child a chahoa. He refer-rad to the remarks of Dr. Iiovertng, which were to the aittact' that Dr. Lovering was in favor of'renting the United Church hall .fbri �hhdrhl :accom-'t modation rather. than :baild a scbbol on the north side.--Mr. Smith said he had just been watchlnj; a bed bug climb up the sidjp of the wall' and he, for one, wonld not want to'put papilall in such a building. . Mr. Smith laughed ax j^: year is no mora thanaay teaobar/^ worth, he~ar^ued. : SjA During' the question period , ways keeping a box of Pepa on hand. They are also best for coughs, sore throat aiwl bronchitis. AU dealers, 5�c. box. for. ""COUGMS &CHHLS. Lethbrldge Poultry and Pat Stock Assqelation's seventeenth annual ax-hlbicion this year is attracting more widespread attention that it has done tor many years. Entries from all the prairie provinces have been received as wall as from Grand Rapids, Michigan. In the neighborhood of one thousand entries have been received tor the. show, which opens on December 6' in the poultry building at the exhibition grounds and_ continues until December 10. Judging will start on December 7 and will probably be fln-ished during the evening of the 8th. Prom Grand Rapids two entries have been received, one for White Wyandottes and the other for Partridge Rocks. Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Reglna and Brandon will be represented. A good number of entries have been received from Calgary and Edmonton. s BABY Instituted Here By Grand Master Kemmis Witli H. Pining as W.M. r York Lodge, A. F. and A. M., U. D.. Lethbrldge's new Masonic lodge, got off to a good start-last (light when a banquet was held iii the iHasonlc Hall. Thirty-four members are enlisted and last night Institution services 'were conducted. M. W. Bro. J. H;*W. 8. Kemmis, Grand Master, of the Grand Lodge of Alberta assisted -lif'^hese sanrleaa, which were under the direction of W. Bro. Hayr, D. D. G. M. A talk on masonary waa given by Mr. Kemmis and officers were elected as followa: i.W. M., Harry Pilling; S. W., P., W.'L. J, iPorster; J. W., J. H. Westbrook; Treasurer, T. R. Brewer; Chaplain, Charles MacKay; 8. D., Edgar Dave's; J.'D., H. C. Wastbrook; S,.S., Geo. N. McLean; J. S., L. Lundy^ Tyler, Jas. Ramsay. Following the banquet was held' liness meeting.a tairs The toasts .fJcaft," which was ippsed fiy,..W,P�i;p., D. A.^Taylw; .:dr|^.l^^Bi'.'jpoHiSfea by v. W. Bro. JT-H?- 8lewv^JStBd?S0ur visitora," by ii�ci.tt4�rr'g�� J. T- Wood, who conducted the Excelsior Knitting factory in Brus selB, is moving the factory to Chatham whM-e he can secure more motor power. i ii Raymond Farmers Shqipingflay Farmers in the Raymond district seem to have considerable potatoes and bay to sell. Two hundred cars ot hay have been contracted for lu | Raymond for lumber - camps and this I is being shipped out rapidly. About I one hundred cars of patoes are being | held by the larmera becauae of the | dropping prices. | DiBcusBing grain shipments Mr. C. D. MacKintosh, superintendent of the Southern Alberta division of the C.P.R., said the fine weather is bringing the long distance grain to the railroad. Dare Not Return The "Flu" will oactal&ly get a warm reception this-winter if it daras show its ugly headia onx peaceful midst, for the peopM are eoafident now that they can' deal it such a-smashing blow it will sever survive. In every village, town and eity in Canada, families are fortifying themselves with the grealbai ''Pin" ammunition known tor, selenee-^Bueli^ ley's Bronchitis Mixture. Colds, coughs, etc.-the advance guards of Flu-are mat with withering fire, and 7eUef from these troubles is sure every time. One hundred thousand Canadians are only too willing to testify to the great healing ;ower this remedy eontains. It. has conquered eoughs of 35 years' Btfliading. It cannot fail to do for yot| what it has done for others. You Kive everything to gain and nothing to lose, as^it is sold under a money-back guarantee to banish coughs, colds, hronehitia, bronchial asthma and prevent you from jetting the "Flu." It not a syrup, but a sciontiflc mixture, SO times stronger than any other cough cure. One dose gives instant relief. Price, 75 cents. Take no substitute. Kone gonuine withont my signature. Ask youT druggist ^7 SOLD IN LETHBBItlOE BY THE STOKES DRUG CO, MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative G.T.R. AT TORONTO REDUCtNQ STAFF TORONTO, Dec. 3.-Grand Trunk Railway offlcials in conference here are said to be discussing a 20 per cent, reduction of the payroll. "Their plan is not to cut the wages but to reduce the number employed, so as to effect that saving in the �wages. The men in the local repair shops, it is understood, art giU^ to worlt live days a week. -  Accept "CaJifornIa" Syrup of Figs only-look lor the name California on the package:, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless physic for the little stomaci, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Fiill directions on each lottlc. You muat say "Caiiforala,"- Advertifsemdnt. MiMdonaiy |i;rom H^iniiMi^. Tells af Terrible Coiillil^ns Btorlha of famine stricken China wara iisld in Khox lihni^ last night Sr Milr'JK; McLeuoha-t'i retPitied mia-onary from Wei-Wial,^ f^Hdnan. A fttnd was opened at thV^^-obnr#h>to assist in relieving .tha priiRsnra\ in that flonatil^. A ooVactton was tark^ln up and the'fund will remain open until attar Sunday to glvo others an opportunity to contributor Tha fact that Miss Dunn, who went from Knox ohnrcb, is stationed in th^ above field added interest to what Miss McLennan had to say. Miss McLianaan arrived in Vancouver two months ago and latterB she has received from the stricken country tell some terrible stories. She informed her audience that the forty Presbyterian missionaries in that field have contributed M>000 to famine funds. One instance she told what StmlliJht'B lor. ;Hoiy , tloet this happeo?- Very simple, SunliilitU gentle purity is alone su^ient cleanici ttte-; elothes without, v^eariaome rulihinl.'^- e^ Qourse, tWs is easy on the olotb^i,- too, H^w^"' ' / i� it done ? Jiist read the direorioos* '^j^ ' . InHit in gattingl th$ Soap you ask /or-* ^''/ SUNLIGHT SOA^P. ^ LBVBR BROTHERS LIMITBD, TORONTO Helping Humanity BETWEEN the wheel on ou? prairie* ^ and the daily bread of the people -of this country and o( dialant iaajs' runs  lon^ chain of operations, each link ot which is strengthened by banking secviee*. For 55 yeata-'tkis Bank has been piivi-icged to furnish  aubstantial part'of tlie financial energy oeceaiaty in the growth, titansportstion and marketing of Canada's vast crops. MS UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch > - C. C. King, Manager Branches also .at Cardston and Barons' True Economy is shown laiy buying QUALltY CLOTHES which after twelve months wear have more style and better shape than new poorfy tailored onesj even' if both were made from the. same materials. THEREFOHE^ 3(^0 Shops in Canada - sell -Fashion-Craft Locally by: You need more than good cloth to make a good suit. It must be tailored properly if you want ser** vice and wear as well as lasting shape-retaining style. The inside construction is what counts. You can't buy a well-tailored suit at a low price - tailoring costs money, ii the price is loW| so is the quality-either the material or . workmanship is inferior-very of ten both. You only get what you pay for-by purchasing Fashion-Craft Clothes you are guaranteed by the label, Fit, Qttahty, Style and Value for your money-look for it. LOUIS KEEL LETHBRIDGE / 9979 26 ;