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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THK UBTHBRiroe DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER ill the Candidates Have Their McKillop For Mrs. Spooncr Who Was JU a.shame ,thst the ciiy she-Bid tfcarifc the prlca they tlb (or ijater. Mr. Mayor and -Vr Mec-ch ivould'nDt be Hush if thej- bad to live on ft month." was the-iremark made by Mrs. Jowelt in injecting the pep to what was expected to be BQ adtlng- municipal meeting held at the Central school on FYiday night, which panned out 10 be lame- There was just an exciting moment irhen" a man in the audience Clung out Ihe remark that the Dominion Lxibor was only an offshoot o[ the O.B.tV But while there frsie one or two .'slal'irarls ot the parly preseip, the remark was allowed to pass un challenged. The same Individual wauled lo know if the Dominion Labor party was .represented in the Trades Congress of Canada. Mr Cameron said that he did not know Mr. bower, er, volunteered the answer that (he Congress was fln industrial one nnd Ihe Dominion Labor parly was not represented on it in'thM t it TBS a nniuirsl organization. 'i "V Ottawa to Find Money Tie school candidates were the firsi to speafe, and there was noiblng par tlculariy new in what they bad lo except in the case'of Mr. K_ IX John appeared on the platform tar.lhe first Lime. Ja lie .poney.. (or tree clinics, Mrs. Jowct tcil'Mr. put tho Tosponsibil Jty'pn the Dominion government, sa> eofftc-mtkef vhicK requiiu no Dent prandol S E AL BRANB CHASE SANBORN .IfONTREAI. On Face and Head." Itched vA Bumed. Disfigured. 1 bume ifhatd whh It gutted on Ibe cbecb In and tbe fnter and mj sore around ite mt on tny bead. Tbeikta IPM TEXT and red, and UK iMiHni, out Itched and burned ut not to Ihe extent of the sums laid down by the, TcAthcis' rhich, II complied would mean a year 'eilra for- the ratepay- irs He pointed biit inat liie eatlmates for school- eipendilure -this Tear Trere JIOT.QW, out c-! which !OI> to the payment of teachers' and JaaUors' fo he parment of .earing for tho payment of sup- plies and aiid repairs.-' The board iad studied economy arid had consid- ered, the ot.'the .ichcols In way ihfey regarded their prirale goyern- menl'granl only .ambimtgd to HVe or sir thousand dollare.1; In the-mailer of leacheni' coi the board, he 'said Lhe hwrd. wrt-s' public, and so far JELLICOE AT Dec. Jel- licoe, with La4y Jettkroe, und Ue piombers of Lhelr party ou Lhe lour of tbe RritUh Dotutnloos arriv- ed here morulae and received an enihueluUe AMERICAN LONDON, Dec. American Glo. which New York Nov. 33 areaaen and Ham burg. Flruck mine' off TerichellDg. lollandlrdvln( the Toyagc And U tcchored oft LlRiL It t; rvporteii that is In no danger ot sinking. Tha Liberty Qlo U a. vessel of (he Prinre at U. S. National On Ibe Prince's IJ-H Is and SwreUry or War Daniels. enforcement of. the Iiw. He believed In separate departments for the police and the fire brigade. Denies Rumor Mr. Meech explained lhat was no favor given him In the school board allowing the use of the schools for Ibo meeilugs, and he read a reso- lution of Ihe board in which', lo Mr. Jewell's request, for of -Llhe schools, Ihe board had granted the on condition that Lhe meetings should bs-joint'ones.1- He denied.the rumor that he was gettins any. addl- laster, i- lonal salaries for being "assfissjJr and Mty engineer; a.ll thai, hm. received ivnsithe commissioaer's', salary. Tho rumor, he.added, CiP.p.' >_j> RDrerring Lo Sh? ,Cameron's "st'aTe- leiil- as lo the asseJsraent; of' 'the C.P.H.1 bridee, aa lo why Iho "assess- ment was not Increased prev- ious to. what it was, Mr. Meech said that tbis was because thore bad been The Forward Movement NON-CHURCHMEN Chunihea .We lo be closed or LEed as barracks, and' mankind Kill the sweeLness cf having no 1 a'j Hod.' V.'Iier. this extract, fiom some unsr- seized In New York came over the. press wires, every newspaper in America "displayed t was'.GXcellen't news, for It gave the irdlnarr mania, shock. The average Canadian (who was hocted) respects the Church and Ihe lOnceptious of living for, which It an assessment of one-third ,ot Ibeir Value and ju 1919 this'was raised-to so r diffi per which repre5enteisthe 'erence Mr. complained: of. [R reeanl lo'. tUe.mllk supply in .belabor plfttform he had versed, he 'did went, they irtrt resentsd. preseoce' board: me asiio their by me pf, toe' Eupe'rintenilent at the Not in Favor ilr.'Terrili referred lo- Ifie. debentdre 'debt of Lhe; schools. Lhis debt he-vas not_.m (avor ot tree hoi in the, matter p( (re e a op- plies he -Trottld .wait until. he was on Ihe. board IhAt.-hejcDutd1; go Into ttc qawtlini: "vHe. 4IA' not consider a Mt ary J3t .ISQ.i.'aJoiith. large erioush, for a teacher for self support, with the present IMng-- to a quesUoc, oil ihe can- .themselre's not Jn fATpr of medical intnt.. Mrv Jowett 'and. ilf. Hawkins expressed themseiTea. aa belnf affalQBt raccipation. -iir. and ,ilr. iiEon "were strongly in favor of if, question pyl lo htrn number Dtaployees In ihe city.. said ibat there was' nV.lncrcasa. in same there' was k Mr CameTon catlqDa, ent iis quallri ootvtha{ lie was-aec- r .to a small. 'lown' and solicitor for the tOTn, of Cards ton. He lobkVnp the milk Question in .regard lo the municipalizing of the fame, say- ing (bit it was nothing to'be ridiculed, In n'oHbs -juslitied' in gqlng: .into e.'milk business' at the present' time in 'that it would iDTplye .purchase of certain equlpmanv" etc., aijij so, far ,35 ihe milt Tras.coiicejzied [he 'Nnralng itission was teeibs to it In the caie- ot intants 'who needed it, itandB.-He eriou'gh co'inmoh eensa to realize ttiat.honor aud -good faith; and the >teu commandments are tno rery foundation of busines? and of or- ;anJzcd Eoclely. ne'Tegards cortHally he .man built .a superfine character, byr steady, activity .within he Churbb'. b'iciEelf, may only ang 4oose on" shirts of some hristian may have- il.s religion In Ills name, but :Qie-empliaess aiid baa only" con tempi (or tie xflt- who ,follow .be tin as''1 ,.Mr. iMeech went on to Ihe the war, o he .'on f t'p wa3 ,to ihertase'd: in, thh.'lh'c irfiira.lion projects 'In ius trial Coug'ress'.wbnid freaUy jhelp vRe 'of PblkeV erallng In an United National Cam fa to Increase their spiritual effic- iency and to measure up to tho op- portunities that await tiom- FIW. RICH CLERGYMEN STEAMER tTRUCK A MINE A dispatch saye the French, firlL Uallin delegates at Purls a r dated (lip senate's 'adton. So arc onie ton The officials, of Webster bought a now clock for the, house at Dicon and 'the tint did was to Title tucilan. FOOD RELIEF FOR AUSTRIA AND ARMENIA PARIS. Dec, WAI takin iy the supreme council today toward he 'food relief Tor AMtrla and Ar- mnta. Th6 took oocnlcince In connection ot rewriotlODi ed by the council, eone of tlie most imporUut of which vlth ot Lhcae .wo nttloai. Immediate mMsnrta toward carry- us the relief Into effect bare beeu reported. i All the have suffered from the lack ot candidates lhm4D- ol-. that cftitens- and .eice'rient Companions. -They ire "pestered .with, sftnse" Remus Tronljl-hare in activities ot life.1 teelliiKvoii unworlhiness keeps Item relation- __ eh Ip -wlLh the Chnreb.-A rood ta roen arc. EeM-cpBsclons AOJJ tunld, bow-1. Why Bear Pain? SeUtfe, ua tonUf o-: h BDt borne. Thej jie Iy to lie icottriflr. efidnt diuretic md jri i 7 SHOULD LABOR BE REPRE- SENTED ON OUR SCHOOL DOARD YO.TE FOR that it waa being discussed ID other mentioned that his drawing attention to tfie babies In' Fetrqxrad, i.were well supplied with ibllk, to'.chow that supplying milk tc Infants wac'eren practised by the Bpl sherlsls who terrible, HVwas not a'Bolshevist-in.. Lhat there were BO Bolshevists (o Canada. Ilerc he-proceeded lo explain the-meaning of Ihe.word'Bolshevin with a history of Jta.origin-ii} Russia. A Protert Mr." Cameron w_ent, over the ground o show.'tnat in the present city gov- rnment Ihe principles of restonalhle rorernment. were absent, and he em- ihaaized the fact tbaljils candidature ra.9 a protest against the. present sys- 'His candidature, he said, it least, productive ot tome-good ID hat it accelerated the movement to- wards managerial foim ol gore rn- ment, in that the commissioners had decided on a plebiscite to the- people on the question. The resignation of tbe chiaJ of police was' again referred to by the and. Las o the hla re signal I on. Mr. Meech, he said, had no reason lo lake credit to' himself in the re-routing of the garbage Lruck as it wak only the we or obvious common icnsc, v Audit Cnarflft Too Large Mr. Cameron found fault with the charged for auditing the city books, which, he contended, was loo' much; .considering lhat ihe eipcnse lor auditing was only a year In Ihe case ot euch a big concern as the' Greal West Lifs Insurance Co., and (n the case of ihe Com- racrcfal Union. The- Jaoll was cot In the charge of the auditor hut. in the system- Ih Vhlcli the city b09ka were kept wlilch caused htm lo occu- py so much lime over them. If books were properly end efficiently leapt there would be no tieetl for all Luis lime. Repli-s to Questions The guesMons ralEed In a letter in Lhe Forum in. the Herald were taken up by -Mr. Cameron, and ho cd lo Answer them. As to tbo police force, lie sale] lhat he vwas not enare ,of what tbe Trades end Coun- cil had done, beyond LhalHie jnailcr had been dlscusscii and that It ivaa arranged, to refer It (o Edmonton in regard to the clmrges mado. Ilia .mentality, however, was hi3 own and Fn this he was not guided in all things [he Trades and Council or by the iJomlnlon J-abir parly. In The 'the ttn the Herald dealt Vii.h Meech, to the 'of. Lhe :ctiief of police he prppdse to'e resignation of anV Ha did pot consider. It right tha Chief 'Hardj sbpuld be depriTed his thit betwai an efcellent lire cHlef, the eHi clency. bt [ire brigade'.'lay, oria of "the" reas'oris why the llnaurtiScc rate' was whal In, should ibe'diiai control the, new cblef ol the might not be'a jood-'Iire chlel and- the Insuraace-rale iro'ald 'with city that In the separation'of lie two departineiita., V. -Mayor Hardie: Injected the queetlon 33. to Tvhy Hie said It did, did.not want Id knWrllie reaioii why .'previous chf of police nad re- 5.gnation9 during ttc lime he was ib Ihe .city. T" The chair was'laken by Mr. R. P, "Wallace, ever end be Yet- certain publlran ns "of UiiS'.claM and renuxlLed to pl'mq'Blf (in effect) Whiit a .WiCMl blnff-I -weold potting, should seen., IB i. t I'oTcr thens, Fodr bacVed a wealthy Xsw York merchant Into ttje hallway of 'bis residence and robbed him of New Yorfc dental worker's have or- anized, and arc taxing a vote on ga qu qncstloQ of.a'BlrlXe to enforce union Oyatera In the Uarntdgat, X.J., scc- llon are so plentiful are working only part time.because of tbe over About pcoplo were engaged In taking the flfal cecw's of the U. 9 Tb6 1320 census will requlrfe' the ser- vices of li. S. riaa ap- proved pendlrig b.lla la reduce rate of local flrst-cl'iss letter postage-to one1 cent ao ounce, A local synillcate, has puichdsed the American hotel in Dranlford and wiLl reconstruct It Into Bparlmcnl Warden A. J, McGinn, Branlford, ill this year hold the annual war- den's dinner at the House of Refuge lor Ijie Inraales. JVonlcnac rounly council has refus- ed a bonus of ?3M) lo tbe county clerk Ireisurcr owing to the of JlvJng, Colon Lfirtirlune, last survivor of a family which hru-1 several1 ccnSen- ariana, dltd at Port Dover in his hundred ant' second SI. Tlionian. acTicol board haro tin- ally declrled lo tniM a Bchool c-r. __ Publican, at the laa'tr went up to the amole and rcried, jaxerclf ol ,to a E The worW respects him. Co- day BJ a s In thorough -going, hpn- man of 'Pmieitlae. .Ererr person Is better and fcappler.1f hla character IB Un pro red. Uio-ousrneia man ol Can- ada bKler need the 1 Ctiurrh, or! oaly r hlgter niJUgoiil character ill briM peace ont, of 'the present Chios. National character is the mass- ezprasflon oit IndMdiuJ cnaracter. It he -b'usfaew man Churt-h, t is equally true :ttat the Church" reed.8 the business man, Merer in the paal hundred" years hATe'Qie. asBail-. anta ol Christianity, been more "doter- mJned., before haj, CbnstUnlty 'acetl aucb. '.and, g-lorious pp-; Ttunilies. The.' blcVerlnca ot oW tine between the denomioatlopj down. There' is a Iween ABgllcana, Congregat- lonaifeU. Melho'dlsts and1 Presbyter; iansi Co-operallOTi in- Foreign Coun- tries, co-bperallon In social aervlce n' Sunday school work baa guard- ed against "overlapping" and has pre- vented 'the churches -froni Indulging In unmannerly and uorhriatlan feudsT Surely Ibe time Is- ripe for- tlie ayer- age citizen lo consider hla debt to or- ganized religion and fo swing his In- fluence and'.hls sen-Ice to the denom In a Lion ot his choice.. The' charchea mentioned above hare'showri Ihem- selves ready for the by cp-bp- 'THE LABOR .CANDIDATES, -.ON MONDAY !N THE HALL OF THE BIBLE STUDENTS, ;ObM0n6N BLQfKvSKTH ST11EET S. .Sublet: "fht Hop. of bittreued SPEAKERS A BIBLE STUDEirr SEATS FREE COLLECTION tno Kim street allc jrf prbfcrortcc to avenue site. lo thfi convlclion.1; In (he police court, lie tiad not searched the records; In respect lo stool pigeons he did nrit uphold them. "IU only reternxl 10 Ilin'ialds th'at hAJ Dcch made in'ltTs'as, lic-Jore the counly conlenllon lliai certain thfnga existed ell iu zz'n for nn Increase, fitotlng lhat in Lelhbrldge and lie waa out for tlie he is receiving 87% cenla a day. Counly MnRifltrale Hunt, St. Thom- Inf coufb thtt niku your tnrott and jour hen! BCDB li perl Inatad tr Charaberlalb's Congh Remedy It Is entirely different from other cougb mcrilolnea, for tt not eootboi, btlt nlea heals, reslorlne the affected parts (o a healthy condition. IN THE OLD CHURCH OPPOSITE THE DEPOT Afternoon and Evening, Starting at 2.3O One of the largest bazaars we have ever giveni FANCY WORK OF ALL KINDS FISH PONli CROCHETING A LARGE APRON BOOTH V7 PANTRY TABLE AND- Hut wffl ddijkttW CANDY BOOTH QiHreB. TEA WILL BE SERVED BOTH AFTERNOON AND EVENING. CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE UNDENOMINATIONAL Y. M C. A., SUNDAY AT 3 P. M. Speaker: Mr. A. M. McLeod Subjwt: Our Solout: MISS RAE WILSON, of At Cwtrntoj tf Mwc MEETING WILL START SHARf AT 3 P.M. If yon tre not in the habit of ittendaf Btctan CMM Abwf OPEN DISCUSSION LADIES' WVTTED ;