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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LOCAL KBlihl' ^WBERE TOU EXPECT IF -Y7 r r THE LETHB DiULY HERALD SATURDAY^ ftECfiBlBER 4, 1920 SECOND SECTION tiiniBniDGE, THE BBRALirS rAQB OF LIVB LOCAL lliWB 4LBERTA. SECOND SECTION PAGE 12LE ON MANAGERIAL GOVIMENT lu th* interest which appears to liavo b�en aroused in regard to the xnanagerial torm of civic government, Maror Hardfe has submitted the following views: There are eight or nine forms ol eoihmisslbit-tti'S&ager civic governments, in operation today. The principle's the same in all. the aitterence consisting in the arrcnge-Snent' and the, dosI-, tion Is that the matter Is one for the ; board to deal with after the question j has been brought before the public and received a thorough discussion, and Mr. Hogg stated that the matter Is too Important to be dealt . with offhand without taking the public into their confidence. The attitude of the teachers as, ex-! pressed by Mr. Crawford is not a de-i sire to force the board's hand*. ' The urgency of the demands of the teachers Is due to the fact that the don-trajcts on Which almost aU ot, them are teaching, expire automatlcE^Iy at the end of the year. "The teachers have a right to know before, they begin tho new yea^ what their scale of salaiics Is to be. It is not just to expect teachers to ente'r on a new year of teaching, and wo think our position unassailable that some definite statement be Issued before the end of the year It possible." For several .years past tbe post office departmi^nt has'been experiencing difftculties with traiiisporting butter to England."'ThilKifeltnatlba': ,^came sa bttd that It wai^ necoilsary to pass certain regulations *oy�0ng the packing of butter. "The same trouble is cropping Up'agftfii Wis Christmas season. Following is the"'regulatlon, which. If not conformed with will result In the butter being sent back to the sender. "Butter should be packed in a tin box or glass container fitted with a Ud either screwed or soldered on and the tin or glass container should be enclosed In corrugated cardboard case lined with sufliclent cotton or spongy material to absorb the butter in case it melts and leaks out." ROTARIAN8 TO TALK CHRISTMAS CHECR Christmas cheer will be one subject that will be dealt with at the meeting of the Rotary CInb on . Monday. This will be a noon luncheon, commencing at 12.30 sharp. The committee recently appointed to report on dispensing Christmas cheer will render its report and it is expected the question; will be definitely settled. One hundred per cent attendance is tlie goal for this meeting. � Owen Sound Y. W. C. A. has dedicated .^It^jnew. huildingv�^-- .^^u-'' :";'rr�*~ i� i " 11  -^rr�^llr5llk and separated cream, fresh from llio farm every day? Our business has quadrnpl^d in Ihe last two months. THISRK'S A llEASON. The rea.soii is contained in (lie Booduosi! in our produets. Try us and l)o couvlncod. Quality and service guaranteed. Serve both the Xortli and SouI,h U'ards. AVn are still niaklt)g iliat fine (|\Kility of butter you like so woll- CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND Wo arc alKo agents for the C^ardKl.on Cream i^ry brand of lino, fresli, panleuriZHil Butler, ajul have a stoik on band. Thi'! butter nppds no adverttsilij; on llie Lethliri.dKii uiarket and Ctiii only be obtained througli Us. Our pliono is 1''20 and we are at your se'rvi-jc for all I)biry Products. Chief Mounta'n Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1929 Office and Plant, 1254 5th Ave., A, South. 606 3R0 ave. SOUTI^. caused by tho undcrraanning ot the judicial bench was fully exemplified in the present sittiugs. A member ot the Federal Bank, from Minneapolis, who was called as witness in the Schwartz v.=i. Oueriu case, has been in the city tor tlie past three weeks, waiting patiently for the call Of the action. This witness this mdrning, by agreement between the lawyers in the i case, liad' to .v^rite out and swear to | bis depositions to save having tb come | to Canacfa agdin. It has been the same thing with other'cases, In which principals and witnesses wer�f stAyiiig in the city waiting tor cases to be called. , TO BE GIVEN A MILITARY FUNERAL Charles Smout, Who died several days ago in Gait Hospital, will be given a military tttneral on' Monday at 2.30 p.m. All veterans are requested to me^t at their club at 2.16 p.m. antf from there they will proceed to Fetterly's parlors from where the funeral will take place. It is expected Rev. Mr. Oafoe will officiate., any loss of time. It Is not oertaid; ' that the question as to whether the, electorate are In favor or not of majn-; agerlal government will be Bubmltte4< The Herald gathers that the Commissioners aref not altogether unanlmohs. as to submitting the question, and tW proposal of introducing It Into the' plebiscite so far remains blookisd, , So far as the school elections, gp? there are no new candidates, though It is highly probable that nomlnittioh day will see Mr. J. W. Bawden In tbbi fleld. Strong pressure has been put; on him to con^ forward by a deputti-' tion of citizens, in th^ need that 1^; sensed of having a business man op; the new board. Mr. Bawden, hpw", ever, did not give any definite assui:-anco that he would stand. Should he do so he is ensured of strong support, as he is looked on as a good business befirt whoe services would be ihvalu-i able in dealing with the new problems which will be before next year's, Board. ] : It is by no means likely that there will be a woman candidate. Evidently with the technical and financial'problems tq_ be dealt with apart from educational matters, the womeh feel that these would be better left in the hands of men with practical business experience. ' DON'T FORGET The only place where yosean get your, shoes repaired practical shoemakers is at Hutton & Perkins" 418a Fifth Street South Phone 69S S doors S. of Colonial Theatre MRS. JEAN WILKIE 14 HARVARD AVE., TORONTO (FORMERLY OF LETHBRIOOE) Will be pleaM^ to receive jubacHptions, new or renewal, for the foMQWing: ladies' Nome journal............$2.60 per year saturday EVENING post.......... 3.75 pek; "/ear COUNTRY GiNTKEMAN............... 2.00 PEW YEAR BICTORIAL REVIEW .. j..........;... 3.06 PIR YEAR GOOD HOUSEKEfiRlNG ..v.......--------4.0O PEP- SfEAft  , Other Leading Periodicals and Masatines. Prices furnishAl oli application. A MAGAZINE 16 A VERY ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT i NOTICE TO CREAM Owing to a decline in the market, the price of cream will be until further notice: 70c 52c 49c PER LB. BUTTERFAT FOR SWEET CREAM PER LB. BUTTERFAT FOR NO. 1 SOUR CREA1M. PER LB. BUTTERFAT FOR NO. 2 SOUR CREAM. AP PLE S About TWO HUNDRED CASES OF NO. 3 APPLES, in good condition only unwrapped. Regular per cage $2:50. Om- price for Q/\ Monday, while they last, per case ... tDX^tJ" This is possibly your last chance to buy apples at this pHce for this season. * Jap Oranges, per case..................$1,30 Oranges, regular 90c doz. Special, per doz., 75c PHONE 1766. Supina & Son 230 13TH STREET NORTH. FREE DELIVERY. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY, im PHONE 1S76 "Golden Krust" EAD Unequalkd for its rich nut flavor. Made in our Sanitary Rotary Oven from the best ingredients money can buy. Always fresh at om- new store, 407 5th St. S. Quality is om* watchword, Lethbridge National System of Baldng 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH ;