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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Ml- MitS MMM m^Cff DEFINES ''MELLOWING By J. S. K. �'^^^ his faults TVG love him atUI j oip^ct T$6:opo"miyor. ril be nroipid s i"l "l i" -.Ill Bt4iw hnn Mnnilav UKinilnr to Kot my block out. it lacks class and that's what we �f-ijttt not^to fltm-r-but still stiller than 8fe is on occasion. He would not bo Mayor Har^ie if he were not shooting Monday mornins to got my knocttod of. , TJift mayor went out Wednesday He^ s^ rockets-so that the other j e^^lngexpbct^nB to get a coupla of ^Jtr^.fr^T,^ ..aT n�rt nn�Rlhlv ears bit of. What actually did come of chappies could see stars and possibly a mOOh*?oV two. That's his nature- you hit Ws' thumb with a tack ham-laer Tittd he'll lamhast you over the old dom6 with s axe or sledee. Admlttort-a considerable portion of his life has been spent dealing with bqhunks ^ho didn't resoiit cussing; he's been Mayor for 8 years or more -and Mis. lama Peach breaks Out into fresh .blushes ovory time Paw Bats his wind up on the publick plat-fornii, oiid sho aint no Hutterite at tliat. It's not good taste-and has lone since lost its effectiveness. Wo are fond of Mayor Ilardie, but 1 do ask bif hlw, as a decent respectable Sromau-to remember that we ladies desire him to be agentlcman in his 'official appearance as mayor. In other words, -we don't give a damn about swearing-but it sounds like hell before ladles-you eet the point. We know that he is a gentleman'at heart-but ho still has much boy about him, in that he likes to be smart on retort. It's old stuff, cut it ears bit of. What actually -waSrBig Ec^d tried to kiss him on one c)>�ek and Big ftill actually did kiss him on the other. � Paw was so surprised he forgot to explode a "Damn" or a "Gawd only noes" for a spaee of Vi. minutes by the post office clock-and we ladies failed to blujm for 'tao seconds-which was better than the previous average. Xo meetlne.at which "Old Man of War" is pitchin lacks pop. That is now an accepted fact. He only made three wild throws with .meiv>pa leases, all nits, and Mrs. lama Peach wiys-when a wild pitch comics off the other fellow scores. That's a fact to. If Hill Oliver and "Man of WUr" have a ..cdi-tain code of personalities that they as 2 men accept and understand, WQ ladies should in publick bo spared, and the citizeus in general, could wprry.along without them. Mrs. Peach, in her osporlenco, at civic meetings never saw one to equal the Wednesday evening performance at Central school. A SHORT CUT TO HEALTH AND THE LEAST EXPENSIVE . With but the compaBioeahip e( your �olfrc)u1>�, hike ligfat away to VANCOUVER ISLAND Every comtort - best of todeljr - salsbriona atanosphete await ;�n witji fresh seenie beantiM for every day reached by ferC'ft roads. A real psiadiso for the motorist -Escellent golf courses.- CJ>.R. takes you ^ere through 600 miles of magniftcent panorama - the CANADIAN IVI^nCM^^ TWO TRAINS DAILY. Library Cotnfittinent Luxurious sleepers, ^bsef vatiott Cars. cult. wjrM* r^th.j.o, an* Aa.nl of th. CANADIi^ PACIFIC RAILWAY -^^- ; Siaitlng with an inrflff.-i-cnt hostility' I to tho mayor, it ronched the height of a near riot and th%n, by t^i^ intervention of cooler heads turned,and gradually sank to the placid culm of a lovo'  foast. ., 1 It reminded one of a aunuiMir storm -clouds rolling up, dark and,menacing. The lightening clea\ing the skies, the thunder shuking the building, and then the beautiful sunshine dispersing the murky leaden atmosphere. Everybody smiling and a complete understanding firmly establishad. The Big Stick has b?en whittled, and sent to the cleaners. The mayor Is in receipt of several very nice and unexpected bouquets from unloofced for quarters. -His pugnacious spirit mtist.be mellowed. All good citieens are with him and arc as Interested in civic wel-fare as the master mind. Thc criticisms l:-:::::::H;:!! STATIMENT AND RETURNS LltStilnSanci SHADOWS Bliig varletj'.is too Hardie. V Th� 'STanKees are not an'montfr-i;rabben. Hero we read of the aon ct 'a famoua millionaire refuning a mll-! lion dollar gift from bis lather. OF THE VILLAGE OF COMMERCE For the Ten Months Ending 31st October, 1920. RECEIPTS Baiauce from Previous Year.. $366.45 Municipal Taxes-Current ................... 358.00 Arrears and Interest ...... 1.80 Supplementary Revenue Taxes Current.................... 38.90 Arrears and Interest ...... .60 Dog Taa�s, Licences and Fines ..........'............ 106.00 Commission on Supplementary Revenue Tax.............i 1,09 Outstanding Cheques 24.00 . DISBURSEMENTS Postage, Printing and Stationery....................... $ 3.00 Salaries ..;.................. 183.00 Health Department.......... Public Works ............... Dept. Mun. Affairs on account Supp. Rev. Taxes ... Misc�>llaneous ............... Bank Balance ........ Gash Balance ......... 4 .^8.15 97.85 3.00 50.92 81.67 4.25 Total....................... $891.84 Total...................... $891.84 ASSETS Cash on Hand and In Bank $ Uncollected Supplementary Revenue Taxes .......... Other Uucoliected Taxes... Fire Hall and Kquipraent ... LIABILITIES Uncollected Supplementary Revenue Taxes .......... $ 18.20 j.Due Dept. on account Supp. Rev. Tax Collections...... i Bills Payable: Sec. Treas. ' for October.............. I Outstanding Cheques....... Balance Assets -over Liabilities _____................ 1,058.62 515.91 246.46 :;75.00 Total 51,15 18.20 39.75 15.00 24.00 Total.................... 51,155.57 SUPPLEMENTARY REVENUE TAX ACCOUNT Total-Valuation of Assessable Land...............................$'12,7uU.00 Current Levy- At One MUl on tho $.....................^..... Arrears of Taxes................................ Penalty Added ..... ............................ Total Taxes Due................................. Amount Collected............................... Amount Uncollected ............................. Amount Due Dept. from Previous Year's Collection Total Amount Collected But Not Paid to (Jept 42.70 13.50 1.50 r.7.70 ::fi.50 :s.2o ............ ;;9.75 STATEMENT OF TAX ROLL AT OCTOBER 31st. 1920, NOT INCLUDING SUPPLEMENTARY REVENUE TAXES Total Current Assessment, $42,700.00. $:4?.700.00 Mill Rate, 10 MUls. Aihount of Arreiire, 31st December, 1919 .................... $191,40 Penalty Added 1st January, 1920 ...................... ... s.a', Penalty Added 1st July, 1920 .............................. ii.CO Tax Levy for 1920......................................... 427.00 Total Taxes aud Penalties to bo Collected ,.................--------- ?C:JT.25 Amount Collected: Current, $353.00; Arrears, $1.S0 ......... :i.^)4.S') t)i8C0uht on Current Taxes.................................. Sb'.OO Total Collections, Remissions, Corrections aud Cuncellations------- s;'.ft0.80 Amount Uncollected October 3lBt, 1920 ..................... ?246.4u and there must >e dopie tq create tho healthy interest-are not intended, as personal affronts. SpeaJk.eaay and ride your horse at a canter-a gallop gets you ail het up arid sweating. And when you are at a loss for .words. Well wo all revert to the'stone age at times. The last 3 years has seen a great mellowing all around. Tftke Dr. Levering. Bob Nlmiyions and Donald Mc-Nabb, regular old' flro eaters, usually agin the govt, oi general principals, but not so now. Their cross examinations and suggestions never Were aa fair, lacking sarcasm for sarcasm's sake, showing a real healthhll interest, that heretofore had been lacking. The meeting had reached a noar riot when whisperiiig Dave, called a halt, with that stentorian voice of his he brought quietness- and decdrum out of a near chaoa of unmitigable person-alities-by pure strength of his Tocal organs. Some organs.,Oh, if loiily had a voice like that, with my brains. Goodnlte! Anyway I'd bo h�ird from -even if 1 stood a mile awaif. When he assumed the chair, the tempest stilled. No cbance tn^^e world for anyone to be beard wb^n Dave Blton throws open bila ,"c�t out." pe only pulled 2 puns jftilcUile a ^record ! for him-and the met^lng ba'dthat as well as pespectably. c6nduc(^d meeting to be thankful-for.. He picked up the^rat^bllngs of the ciuestioners, and. tied .th6m piP into a nice neat square.paiiikaEe, and in simple unflurlshed .language presented them to the mayor IiJar ffis reply. ' Every question so put iwas a big stride to a more perfect uii'de'rstand-in& Something'-w^s acmpllshed. A t vote of thanks was due >Ir. Elton. But I he has to exerdlstf thtff Voice, anyway or it ^ould go stale. Son\o voice, I said. �   � At this writing 4t:looks .as;� "Man of War" wins in a walk. There is the plebiscite^; as to salary, the plebiscite as tp'managerial form of govt. Mrs. Peaqfa suggests that there also be a plebiscite'oii.th^ 'desirability I of profanity at piibllc.'meetings. Good ! old plebiscite. ' " i Certain citlserib expect His 'Worship to be able, off hi$od, to tell Ubw much the saving on tho garbage ,truck. if leant for 66 years at cpmpound interest at 5^ per cqlit. Would 'timiiiurit to, if spent to buy gasoline at last July's prices and if not. Why not,'and Isn't it a fact and I vMtnre tosay it is not, and supposin' it,was,'wouldn't^ it be so. and the sinkln funrf has the bonds, and the bank has the toohey andwe have unpaid taxes and the ntillti6s Board can amend thepharter and tho initiative works better than the. referendum and what are you going to do ^ about It. banged It I nbe mysel?-- However Mrs. Peach points out that at the city hall there is a staff who have a T)ride and pleasure in' showing anyone any phaSe Of the city's buB% iness in a full and co'mplete-tnanneiT They will even draw charts for you if you san't understand flggors: They liBVft it at their finger tips; good old �Titem. The Trustees Mrs. Peach has'stepped out of her t sphere, over a year ago, in an attempt at sarcastic uear wit she tried to I throw a few sidelights on the very important school board. She is still more than, interested. There is evidently no ladies coming out, so we have to stay to home. We can have our say just the same, and our guess is as good aa a thile, as they say In the movies. Mr. Hogg's apprenticeship is to valuable for the ratepayers to now loose. He should head the poll and be the next chairman of the board. His views of deciding salary increases sotely on merit should be applied. Wo shoot a votis at him. ' R. .A Smith is absoolootely sane anil in his right mind-a man of sound judgement, considerable . ability and possessed of keen business discernment. Wo shoot another vote at him. Then we take of our glasses, shut our eyes and wait to see who is nominated. For one,.2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 years. Doc Levering lias been a candidate for school board honours. King Bruce's spider is dead and goue-but Doc is ever with us. Mrs. Peach is not disguising her attitude towards him, in the past when she says, that IE she could have set rat poison, to get him and had felt she could get away with it, she'd try anything once. That is so far as his desires for tnisteeship were concerned. Wo looked on him merely us a bull in the chiua shop or worse. But good old mellowing has been going 01) in those years. The nmoliora-tiou of striving has had its oHoct. Ho lias had a lot of the rough corners Knocli-eil off. In spots a oonsidoraljls polish begius to show. Vou 'Can see (he refleciiou of sane citizenship .c-flected I'roni those surfaces. The cnule-uess lias departed ;!.nd autieful uitii.-lo has tal^en its place. All, from the rough comes the gem of worth-as it were. lu other woi'ds, Mrs. Peach thinliS he is almost human, certainly a good citizen. Ladies' and gentlemen, fellow citiz-i ens ani chinamen,'we present for your THE INDIAN MAID An Indian Bti|idL.Jri'a lilcknkat gay, > Sat on a cltj^ street oca day. Watching with4uyktlOi pensive eyd The stream olTvtraffio tolling by. , Youth lauKbed-to; see" her sguatt�d down,-.v; '-X' � �'. � On th� busiest'; cornet of the town. And mei^ and ilN>men"lo.okod arouAd At the.gaudy j^jsiareon. the grpuad. And White GliSid i�tched 'mid dlit and dib, ;," The promenad^ otlgi^^ed and sin, Of folly, tradd and charity, And trust and wealth and poverty. Watched with ,eye� of slumb'ria*; fire, Watched with eyes.tbat never tire; Watched the Jworld White Man bais mado. The world of hnrry and worry and trade. And She (eels the pavements, cold and taardr And looks at the faces still more> hard. And she wonders where the horses are, - As she follows the honking motor car. She looks (tir the Sky, the clouds, the trees, � ' But smoke and stone are all sbe sees,' � � She looks In .Tain f6r the slDstiir streams, V That weare aSont her pleasant dreams. ' Alone she sits, this Indian Maid," ' In the heart of the world that maii has made. And she longs for the freedom Of the hills. The camp-fire, whlsp'ring woods and rills.  The mountains, plains, the sinking . sun. The rest that comes when the day is done. TOO "CHEEKY" The president of a California college has banned cheek to cheek danc ing at school datices. The practice was, of course, too cheeky. "Wheat pool is a new western game that Is growing-in favor- There is some' satisfaction in D'An-nunzio's political activity. He is too busy to write poetry. ' It .is said he is pertectly sound- inentally and otberwlse. Dr. SUnley's refusal to etthsr lead or\ be led is merely xaaintalolns the traditions ot the oppdsitton, wh:Me sole purpose in life is to be obstinate. ANY CONNECTION? Of course, we do not know whether It was done intentionally or not, but hero it is: ; ^ The other day in. a ceit^,in well-known Alberta daily a cbdrcb. nb'tice ended with the following impressive warning: "Prepare ye, for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand." And immediately following it in blackface type was a heading as fol-loiws: "A FALSE ALARM 1" Alberta took first prize for oats at the Chicago - International. As yet nothing has been said in public about rye. ...... The display, bcwever, is understood to be plentiful and of all the popular varieties. A POLITICAL WAR CRY (Dedicated to the Die-Hards of All Countries) How can a man die better, Than facing'fearful odds, . .For the ashes of tradition. And the bones of party gods? Aspiration, Inspiration and Perspiration- ' And the greatest of these is Perspiration. It is weU that loire is blind. tkMJB from bis brother. uSTMoSNakifife TO ^ RUN AUTOS SIADISON, Wis., Nov. 26.-Moonshine whiskey keep seVOrsl Wis-consln 9tate automobiles running tbiq winter, according to B. C. Parkinson, depu' Ifiten in rtidlat^^ot^ . freesable oompduni priced Dtisclal pr�j|�aratt( inson -IT: Buy your wMHA/^ intip'b^i.wlLi, Dominion BspriMM JlMwr, jOrderi live boian coiii m^mmL''i Wanl to Fed Jii^ � rd|e an NR Tot^EhP^ ' h^iimF.tlist.'dsftt ks MM' not W>Mtt an Iww wmA Wttar im.h^t�Jk0 7> 'TpROtJBtrE IS, your system: js kJL clompid-with. � lot of impurities that yon ' ov^itai^lM digestive and elimlnstlTt flf csn't get rid of,.: fills, oil, salts, calomel tad ( nary.IuiUivei/cstbsrtics and purges only fotcO I bowebjtad l^odlUie liver. ' iVafm�'�Jlis^*4^|NRTableu) acts OBdwataawcbv liver, boweb and evc:^ kidneys, not fontog, lnit.t6ap: ing and strnjt^hsBing; these organs. iM-issukilsi prompt n1icfllndrc^,11a$ting benefit. Main the tm. ' Kature's Hemedy.wiU act promptly, thorooghly, yet. *o mildiy> so gently, that you will think natpie her* elf hat come to the rescue and is doing th* liotk. Andohf^HHtntellefl ToaUl 1 bow aiaeb fcel-billfcMf. MMttewif wsrV II babltBillr� litniiid. take MM tch alcht lot a wMl roa'UBallMMtRtika ' NR TabM sflM fftMfrillb infiicIiaicakMi coed coRdll I leeUns THE DEACON SAYS That God created this planet to be a heaven not a hell. If it is a hell it is all man's doings. A qtmck doctor was holding forth his medicines to a rural audience. . '.'Yes, gentlemen*" he said, "I have sold these pills for 25 years and never heard a single complaint. What does that prove?" Voice in crowd: "That dead men tell no tales!" js�d rtiiSiSriSSS^VSSr'i ?st*as� J. O. HIGINBOTHAM * CO, LTD., L^tHBRIDdC. At A PRIZE POEM � (Reproduced by permission of the author, Horatio Snivens, of Rocky Coulee.) Two hearts that yearn, For love's sweet prison. 'i WTiere hisn; is her'n ; And her'n is his'n.  ' tONIGHr-Fi Tomorrow Alright Get a 25^ Box Personal Incompetence is the �reat cause of failure. WILL WED DAYSLAND BANK MANAGER NOr LIKELY if Mr. TerriH'cdnsents to run for Mayor of our grieat city �will his path be a flowery one-?- it is not like^f, friends. The oppos- of the yeast-that will go a long way to mellow our citizenship. A few more thunder showers to work of the nerves, and people will' actually begin speaking civilly to each other On the street. A proper spirit has been lacking in this town for some time. It naw behooves us to get in ^tep, preparing to take on the "brudens"  of prosperity that irrigation is going to bring us, without faltering or side slipping. Gee, I am a hbpeful woman. M'hile there is life there is soap. All together, let's go. I'll tell the universe wo are ready, fMRS. lAMA PliJACH. P.S.-I'm plumb disgusted-, there is no contess for mayor. We now have no excuse for not going to California this winter. Laugh you con-of/a-gun, laugh. You Can't make us mad. (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Dec. 3.-A miscellaneous shower .was given at the home of Mrs. Laird on Monday, in honor ot :m1s8 MarJOrle Powell, of Coleman, formerly of the Commerce staff here, on the occasion of her approaching marriage to Mr. Carson, manager of tho bank at Daysland. Miss Currie, of the Commerce staff, left today for Calgary, where she. has taken a position in the office of the superintendent there. *Malo and Mahnn having finished tho new bam on their farm, are giving it a first class coat of colbrfng matter, adding to the appearance of the premises. Mrs. B. J. Franken and family left on Monday night to join Mr. Franken 'at El Centre, California, where they win reside iu future. The White Star Cafe has been improving its premises by the erection of booths for the evening trade. R. Eyres, of Flncastle, has taken up his residence for the winter in town. J. T. Wlllard Is leaving this week for a two months' visit in Minneapolis, taking the. family with him. I. J. Gardiner, who recently moved -THIS WtiHR ON THE -CANADA UMITIB CANADA'S FINEST ALU SLEEPING CAR TRAJll  T0R0NT0-0TTm-iMONTii�L AND ALL EASTERN POINTS QualUy Dining Car Serviea Comfortable Standard Slaapers  Compartment Library Observation Cars 0 TWO OTHER TRAINS DA ILY For full fnformitlen aad RuwvatloR* mpplf any Agaitt af th* CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY ,\> III .raw VOUAUTV iSERVIC^^ J. GORDON, Ticket Agent PHONE 512 CANAtta 9VM I hereby certify to the correctness of this Statement. Dated at Commerce this 12th day of November,'1^20. A. F. KEALEY, Sic.-Treas. E. R. BllOWN, Auditor. � 1 approval Doc LoVering, still militant anil a two fisted man on the job. We only got one vote left uow. And we are going to have the time of our life getting bids from Alex. Her-ron from now to election day. If we can't work him for. a ride in that Overland buss Of his wi^h which he IiuB drug tens of thousands of other ladies to the poll-well, we are going to have some fun-I'll toll the world. THE joy of Christmas giving and receiving lies chiefly in choosing the gift mat is wanted. Greater than the gift itself is the thought that underlies its selection. The rightly chosen gift-modest though it may be -is the most appreciated. Thinking of a man and his requirements leads quickly to ^Gillette Safet^Razor -the businesslike two-edged razor that divorces Stropping and Honing from shaving, saves his morning minutes and brings him Twentiem Century shaving comfort.  The Gillette Safety Razor is known by every man everywhere as the best that money can biiy, and there are few appropriate gift articles the best of which can be bouEfht for $5.00. ~ A'l. K. I'eoplo ii*>�aa ^^0 bflve taUen * ;