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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1920 Managerial Government ARTICLE NO 2 MAYOR HARD1E RAD) ON SINN FEIN IN DUBLIN o Saskatoon and Moose Jaw havo Ii; all his work. When ihoy disagree practically- the old form" of-counclljlhs ruattor -Is up to tha council to government, with All'the old couiniii- between them, tees, but Instead the I mayor ancl commissioner (in tecccutlve end of tho civic iroKuiy the commissioner) present all ineut these, two cities' council ap- find hutlgets to tlm council point the mayor !jy virtue his Ivihieh can approve or reject by a ma- office, ana asoujod at tha polls in 1919 on this Issue j but was re-elec-tcd In 1920. He, ilke' .he Eiayor of. Jaw, was not- able to overcome- the council's prefer- ence commissioner. It will -lery easily seen that tnis is a poor state of aaal-s more espec- allv Iff (hfl commissioner of each ot Iheso two Tha commis- sioner has to he so much ou his guard all'the time that It must mill talc against him doing his hest.and jotting.the: most desirable results. nature "of the dispute" Is lurnperiug and restraining I do not know the eiact position of thej.niaybre.'dt Saskatoon'and Mobse Jaw now; hut ihe natural inference is; that thov have tacitlj been eliminat-i ed as etecutors hr the vor> nature] of Uio contests in both cities. Tho1 tension -'Is -such in those cities that no one, scorns willing to tell public', just.what the state of affairs is, at least several innuir ies no ansver I should, say a' municipal govern- ment :plan! that..brings' about" this ifate of affairs :ahd leaves it open to re-occur, any time is not desirable. This sneaking; not man- agerial ELORA BOYS WIN GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP GUELPII, Dec. Charles Copas of Elora, Ont., a lad Btlll iu hla Heens with his junior yearling Eteer, Matchless Pelc, vyon.the highest award at the winter fair' yesterday, tho grand champiouEhip. ribbon. The victorious steer had been fed by-j'ouug Copas since it was a calf. PREDICT'A BIG WAGE REDUCTION BOSTON, Dec. re- duction of 22 1-2 per cent. In tex- tile mills In New England and New York state forecast to-, day In a statement Issued after a conference- of'textile manufactur- ers. Approximately 75 per cent; of this section of the Industries, representing makers qf both cot- ton and woolen products was rep- resented at the conference. It was understood the Industry employs MEGANTIC- ARRIVES Bee: Seven days from Liverpool, the White' Star Do- minion liner Megantic arrived .-last iijght and docked hero this morning. Capt. lieardnell reported a rough pas- sage. On board word passengers of which 710 disembarked 'St Halifax the others the ship, which sailed this afternoon for Port- land, Maine. WHYBALD? The number of men Vho ara aming bald is appallng and a great deal is the fault of tho person them- selves. If anything goes wrong with anj of their organs tafca met) I ciES. hut-the hair 'Is. neglected. The French Hair Deimays "Vita- hair fi'oui fall- ing out, feeds the roots, gives strength and life Price per bottle.'Sold iu Lethbrldge bv Sidney Jackson, Prescription Specialist, Phono 3r4 jAcross from Memhors of .the Royal' Irish Constabulary Auxiliary Corps, ren'ovine weapons and papers from a raided house in Dublin! tlto stomach. J. Co Druggists Iliginbotham A CARD OF THANKS (Contributed.) Deo. s> Ices over the remains of' Mias Vorda Alice Lavtou were held in tho State Orvan Stoddard and family, a wax wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loyton, bo- quet, Mr and Mrs 1 JI U M Juha and'jo Buck s Mr aud Mrs L lc J' FINNISH GIRL TRAMPED 800 JULES TO FIND HER FUTURE CANADIAN HUBBY I Holland, Mrs Loadbetter Mr Thorn t ,i las ilacCrae, Mr iLeo sprays; 1920, Bishop 0 Burl presld iu ,he Gienn> a., v r, .'Ross Jla> and Helen Walker, James Though Deepenmg Tnale' Leadbetter and Gene, e' Walker, ware the cdening K jiasnmssen, bouquets songs, anil "Oh, 11> as _________L__L__ closing. v Invocation by S. Ma- grath and the Benediction was pro- (...Lornii.Inge, a soldier aettleir. nsar relatives are be- lieved' Charloltelown, P. Kl is dead in Regina General hospi tal of sleeping stcKncsa. nounced by Cuslave Nlolson. sic was furnished bj- fie CardEtou First Ward choif.vuiiuer'. the'1 leader- ship of Professor S S Neuron Bisli op Edward John' and B. J. Wood of Glenwoodflllewere the principal speakers. "Lead Me Gently, Lead 3je" sung bj A B Cure and others An original poem for Mrs Jane Lcadbet ter. .The cortege was.headediby two companions in black, Miss Margery Glenn and Ela Coombs, members of tho telephone-staff iri white Interment cityxceme ten Tho grave_ wag dedicated by I.-M. Coombs. i_ Mr and Mrs James A. Laylon de- slro to thank for'their floral cifermgg The Family, a wheel, First VAaril Sunday t school. THE BIKE GRIND NEW YORK, Dec. After two heart, Frank family and thirty years days and three jitghts of mad whirl ing about the Madison Square Ga'rdeb liaik, eight out of the 13 Idauib btili contesting in the auuual six-day; bike race here this morning were lied for third place, having covered in u6 hours, 909 miles, thre? laps Brocco and Co- bourn still heldjieir position main- tained m sprinting INDIVIDUAL CONTRACTS NOW DETROIT. Oec. The Great Lakes Passenger. Line association, through which passenger liners oh the lakes have- dealt with their urgan ized employees, has disbanded; it was announced today.' Hereafter- labor or- ganizations seamen, will be forced: to_ negotiate their agreements v-lih the individual companie's.-'j.Tlje association has been in operation. A remarkable romance of the war attaches to the departure from Livcr- pobl'for Canada of Lieut. C. Wetton and Mrs. Wetton, says the Dally Mir- ror. They first met in North Russia. After the evacuation Lieutenant was sent to the Baltic on spe 'clal military duty and while In Hel singfprs. wrote to Miss Ka'uppinen, a Finiiish girl, an offer of marriage, no. answer accenl ante (the lieutenant having departed! Miss'Kauppinen, in the .depth, of Ihi winter, travelled alone from Sovan "terril to of SO miles, In order to find him. They, eventually met In England an the' marriage look place at .Ports inouth last June. EASE UP AT CHRISTMAS 4 i fo w m -the island with a chajm- ing all year climate, by the ocean breezes. Mildest ot with flowers blooming out-of doors m December. A thouiand miles of excellent totirmg roads" ideal for motor traffic or riding. Vancouver Island ihe GOLFER'S PARADISE with a finr selection of courses Travel by C P R in comfort and see the CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES In Their Winter Garb TWO TRAINS DAILY Call or unit lo any ol Ihe r- <-4a 1 O A -fij r DUBLIN, Dec. relaxation of "the-curtew restrictions for. Christinas week here of- ficial quarters, it learned today. union glove makers subscribed capital and launch- own factory, starling with a dozen SPECIAL RE-ADJUSTMENT SALE WE HAVE DECIDED TO PUT OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ON THE MARKET REGARDLESS OF COST. PUBLIC TO PURCHASE CLOTHING BEFORE CHRISTMAS AT PRICES BELOW THOSE OF THE USUAL JANUARY SALES. THIS WILL ENABLE THE CALL IN-EXAMINE OUR GOODS-COMPARE OUR PRICES SUITS All o.ur lines have been reduced to present wholesale' and in many cases than wholesale prices, We have selected for this sale some 6f the riost desirable values. Look them over carefully: A special line of Grey ancl Brown Tweed Suits, worth up to Conservative modr els. bargain, One line of Brown Mixed rTweed S.uife. Oura'cadjustmeiit splendid line of Worsted Suits, brown cheeks; our regular price of which is An outstanding special (POO- CT'A at A dark grey ali-wool English Worsted line, regularly worth Our re- O C A A adjustment price OUTSTANDING SPECIAL Young Men's Suits in a variety of patterns. form-fitting models, in the latest cuts. Values up to At our readjust- flJQrr PA ment price .JDtj I ,DU No Need To Wait For Lower Prices-Goodman Gives Lower Prices NQW y --MEWS DRESS MRTS have sorted out our slock Shirts 'into lines only, whlth we -pricing at are each and every one of them-splen'diil.y4iil63. One special line. of .Fi'ont Shh-ts; in fancy stripes. Our' readjustment price .-MEN'S WORKSHlfti Grey all wool Flannel Shirts, with .either military or plain collor. Our Bpsclal readjustment 't PA Two outstan'iins brown 'Oufik- and grey drill Shirts. Worth' ?3.00. .fleadjustmetit-1 drey Flannel Shirts, with military collars, i Regular Special readjustment, prlco us J.75 MEN'S OVERCOATS Arc all marked down, with substantial .gains to. the intending purchaser. Wo Quote our thres outstanding specials: Blue Chinchilla Overcoats of'splendid qual- ity. All sizes. Our special ic- pTjfi adjustment Black English Melton Coats, quilted lining, fui collars Well woith Our special readjustment price Another line of Black English Melton Coats of better quality than the foimer, all with fin- collars. These coats have been selling regular- ly for, Our special te----------------- adjustment price........ ceiling OUR PANT SPECIAL A line of men's separate pants, made of superior Canadian ColtonaciQ. wanes a gplondlil eyery-day work pant. Our readjustment Per punu SWEATERS Cast raoiJiils, splendll vroo! swcnt- ers. Htfulorly up to Our spa- tial readjustment prlco Another llns of belter quality valued up to ?U.OO. Our special prfcp UNDERWEAR underwear, regular Heece-llned Our per garment Penman's heavy rih wool near, regular J2.CO. Our readjualtncnt price uniler- MEN'S SHOES wiletandini; nniondl'! .work shoes; black or white elk leather; Sncclal noadjustmcnt Dross gotirl nuality Mack gunmctal leather shoe, a good wearer; Special Iteadjustment 'other lines of men's Tan Dress Shoos. "J AC Q A C Splendid