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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE VOUH THE LRTflRRIDGE UAILY HERAU; KHIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920 ProprlAtors and PubllEhers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PMINTlNe COMPANV. LIMITED Stmt South. Lethbrldgt, Albtrta W. A. BUCHANAN FruMent ud Managing Director 1 JONK TOHRAJiCB Buainess Maaafer (lions- H hsv turtbxf, to ha showu whether aaayor drawing a salary with a may as to a mayor, being necessary, but this is a raatur for ennoiry. It is worth noting, however, tkst the Commissioner was Kembcr Auflt o( Clrculatioaa ---------per ww mail, yvar. vr nail jor.fl moaflu. bv Mail. 3 Tiioiiiiii by mall, SFWIT .Si >r miU, MT lo U.S. IMMIGATrON KEY It Is not likely the Hoard of Trade could make any progress with the C.P.R. In connection with the con strucUpn of, the K'PP to Retlaw line untU tie Lethbridge Xortherm Irrlga Uon system, was made a certainty, The -tifSer offlcrals'of the' road have- made cfear that existing conditions do warrant tha construction ol this branch. Tha'y neve however made, it just as clear tbnt the construction of the tethbridee. Northern system will Branch.-throagi the Irritated district 40) tie Lomond Use. linked up tlut( to to gat l uu underway, a llilMfti poRcy Bxed for and sraach Imes win follow with very little effort That [5 thi) altitude of C.P.B. airy aa4 it fa thalraaii we hava to look for railroad Southern, the better riian of the two in tho con- fidence ot the .council. At any we are not likely to have managerial form of government ID a night. It will take at least some mouths to framo a suitable charier to meet the new con- ditions, and it cannot go before the Legislature for the necessary endorse- ment earlier than 1912. The comicig session wtU not the time. But iiie Inv' citiutiu express III wish. earlier wUl change have chance to brought about, .so Holiday's; opportunity overlooked. should not be iDo You TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1.' What used to be reckoned the Irst meridian by all geographers! 2. When was the first. J, pointed in Canada? "I. Where does the word "fetish" come tremt Which bas tbe. greater popula- tion, Ontario or mone'y''needed, his is voted on in de- artment and In case of rejection ew demand for a'-modified'amount must .be made. of money in le'-various .deparimenfs is regulated y a committee, one for each depart nent composed of-the commissioner f that department and the other aid rmen. This committee authorizes xpendlture running ng small repairs, aad other matters of Oliver Twist may be dead but h spirit allll survives. But how th Dickens.dre we going lo satisfy a this modern craving for morel R. C. Bishop la working to brln peace'to the Irish people. He has a appropriate name In tils evangelist by R. P. Korsmtn. The population of i Westnsount laQs a shoHof.tvw- ty thousand, it is In all matters en- tirely independent of the city of Mont- real. The mayor and aldertaeh receive no salaries. The general mauger gels seven thousand, the secretary- treasRrer, ftve thousand, other depart- Tour" th'oosana" uve; huu- dreii. Truth Than Poetry By S. E. from front pace.) CCoatlnaed from front page.J ANSWERS The Persian Puis; larkablc strip o.t v.otar uf greea ilor the AfcbijMV c'sasl. 2. ftom the Kealthy-llfe cif the an- eat Grsekb 3. A relio of A ver? aneieitt custom 1 the wor'd over om wounds. 4. The first that of Hollo, uke of, Normandy; ".the "second'rcp- sent'ed Maine, whicnr.wai added to orriifcndy. These-wera the two lions qrne by the Conqueror and s descendants. a third lion to represent the Duchy of qaitalnc. which (ramo to bi'ni through IB wife Eleanor. 5. Tho alphabet 'infuse, among the nclent Irish, s C. The presiding the Epls opal Church of Scotland is called the rimtis. (Contimed from Front King Conslanllhe bas won out la the plebiscite In .Greece. Will (he electors 61 LeUibrldge be as ctmslant to Mayor llardlo In greasing wheels of (uturo office? the STEAMER ASHORE KBW YORK, Dec. Nor- Estimates gf p, each by various departments pd-'gp before the several committees eforg presentation to thfe coqticll as whole It will bo thus seen tha ach' member of.the council 'should :now'exactly what any, parliculai loney Is for. Tbe various coramitteeB art yrsslA d over by one of tne aldennen.who Is known as the acting mayor Thli jwrltion Is taken In turn by-each'a Id erman who holds It for a perfod o: hree months The mayor u (irtsen .t theso committees as an' ordinary n ember procedure saves a grea .mount of time and trouble .-M'-at neeting of the council on a matter rapping up concerning for 'instance parks, the council resolves itself'int- a committee on parks, an'd.on.thejnat er being, settled their jocbme the council end the matter i aken Into the council; Legislation The laws are paused by the counci ilttlng as a council after consultation with the In hese meetings, in case of a tie, due the absence of any member or ,to member not casting vote. The same applies to th different committees. If: aVbVi'aw in eludes the expenditure sue' as the provision of. extra- police o rranis to school! then-the "matter I the citizens referendum In tan'event of their rejection an question the matter rests .Yearly council by the manager. This include an -account of money-' spent, .p'rogreR made and In'.case of the nonAiohiple (ion 'of any authorized rea son thcrefbr. Tho-manager being'a permanent q ficial cannot be dispensed with wlthou due reason, and then only after th fullest Investigation. Th'e same kppll to the managers of all'othar.dapar menls.- Manager For 20 Years The .present manager, George TV Thompson, has been "with tho'counc over twenty yearn, '-tin addllloirto h position as holds the office of manager, of tl elcclrlo lighting end'domestic' department. The present mayor Is P. W. McLa an. The'board of-aldermen cohsis of-E. Herbert of finance-, R. B. Common, TOmml sloner of roads; Dr. C.'V.', Rbndea commissioner of police and lire parlment; Hon. Stewart Rtitherfor commissioner of llrtt and do'mcsl powers, and n. forntnisslon of parks. The question of does not ar! as an administrative bfie, as.the cl Is supplied by .the Montreal; Wat company. Gas is supplied by the Mgr real Heat, Light afid Pbwef also supply the commercial power f manufacturing uhd'ertaSlngs. Tho sccretary-treasurcr-fs'tlie hea Of the city hall arid finance dep: mcnt. Tho present holder of tills flee Is A. F, Bell, The roads depar Rw-al men Inside tie jail gnarled the pin- cers; others went finniedtetoly to the signed of Bord.r Rev J BOO mated by thi Calgary Presbytery as professor of systematic theology In appointed superintendent of the men- tal hoipitals at New Westminster and KaaoBdale, B. C. Police Magistrate B. of Wiarton, probably secoijd oldest active magistrate in Ontario, has re- siifering: from.the wound ih- fllcted by. Jactson.'had. bWn kept in a cell became the officers feared to Adam Brown, Hamilton's ''Grand Old has tMooneea his retireraeat from the poertion of postmaster after send him to- a Hospital for treatment! nearly tiiirty years of service He 1 Af Tfrifnr xgatnxt thrtV I 95 veara nf are, men There bad been no confusion, no I John ticoU, a civil engineer, who has harry and opposition. BVCT the [been connected with, many western raUwairenterprises as a budd er and other branches, died suddenly at Winnipeg in a local hotel He was the soil ot the late John Scott, M F. of Owen Sound, Lieut.-CoL E. W. M, military secretary to .the Prince of Wales daring bis Canadian tour, has been appointed controller ot the were tied witk hanginan's troet; Old Vengeance SANTA testamest TeageaBce, "a life for a life" vaa'exacted of George Boyd. Terence Pitts asd Cbarles Valento by a mob nera today. The mob, fifty 'to oae hundred- and'raasked in-black, entered tie Sonoma county Jafl at 12 SO am overpowered Sher tBJiodes trust. Sir George Parkin, who i2 JohniBayes and his depoties, took} administered the fund since 1103, Is the three men to a cemetery.and hang- ed them from the sane Umb of an oak I tree.'- tie Irred they-would nave the court, before! :.oi tie cSarEO of murderraj SSeritT'John A.-Petray. of ;Soppma. cooBty and -De- tectives .SCIles .Tf: Jackson, and Lejrter H. DornTan uf tire San Francisco police force. -Tae officers. were shot dowa, byi BoyoV he confessed, when they at tempted to arrest the three here Son- day lasV as. xcembers of a San Fran- cisco gang, wkicli recently; had at- tacked or more ,of .yoang vromen. Jnii no opposltiou lo the mob. All had been pre-arranged, even to "acetylene torches to'-burn': the locks off .the cell door's if need be. irovoked .a lot of discussion, came rom the Magrath local.'-It called foi a provincial education tax, to be levied in all properly in the province, the evenne to be distributed pro rata to he various school: districts, doing iway with the present school taxes In irganiied districts. One fct-Jhe Ma grain delegates pointed .out ;thaU whereas farmers- Kagrath school district were paying very high schobltaies, a neighbor fanner jast lUtslde the the district vas "pacing next to nothing. He bought this arid .hat.a provincial assessment and col- ectipn of all taxes for educational pur- poses was !he fairost way. Ills con- entlon aroused a slorn) of protest. Local control was generally favored, and the resolution was defeated. Altogether, the convention was one of the most held in :he city. The district conven .Ion is growing in slzo each year until in a' year or two there ..will be threft or four hundred delegates In attend- ance. The business ok the sessions was ezpedltlously handled but ampin timo was given for the discussion it all important questions brought for- ward. Politics In Background One feature ot the convention was the ssnnt attention paid to political matters. It seemed to be; the un- written law that economic problems were to have the right of way, and whereas, In northern district conven- tions, political problems: occupy tho centre of tho stage, the convention just In oho instance, dealt with matters pertaining to the economic policy of' tho United Farmers, all-! This committee will In wthe course ot a few days make a state- ment. Gcace was'drowned at Schreibsr while on- thin retiring at tie end of the year. LJeut- Ctrf. Grigs will wane his new dutlc; in Janiiary Ht has bad a ed mUilarj career. TORONTO WILL SPEND FOR RELIEF TORONTO, tive citizenc discussed the unemplor-" nent sltuatioa at a meeting in the city hall yerterday altemocm, ani a committee was draft a "provide work, as far as poss- ible for Tonmto crtiitns. Mayor T. U ttUnuted that the board of control totiorrow would grant for the relief of suffering from' want the matter of civic relief it will be a. case of "no outsider need apply." Every applt cant will have to prove that he or Bho Is a resident of Toronto. COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURE PROTESTS EFFORTS MADE TO CONTROL THE PRESS W1XXIPEC. Dec, 9, Protest against the protectionist Interests in' terfering with the freedom of the newspaper press by withdrawing ad- vertisements made In a resolution passed h'y the Canadian Council of Agriculture, which was .concluded to- night. It was declared thai such ac- tion was trying to control public opin- ion by conlrolllng the pr'css. Tho question of collective market- ing was under discussion most of the day but It was annoilqctfd that there was nothing yet Id to the press. A decision has been Krrivdtl at, It ivas intimated, and "a t vs inm, an a flic dcnsi-tmoat K fafke U appointed to settle the do- A SPLENDID CHRISTMAS GIFT IP YOUR friend has a Phonograph, let a collection of "His Master's Voice" Records be your Christmas, gift. "We suggest Records of the Following Type: GRAND OPERA 's Both Vocal and Instrumental selections. CLASSICAL CUMBERS Records of the highest flights of Music of which one never tires. COMIC SONGS v Rousing ditties, sung in fashion that keeps the house in an uproar.' DANCE RECORDS All'the veryjatest and best, POPULAR MUSIC The finest bands and orchestras, EDUCATIONAL RECQRDS Stories, Verses, too many to enumerate. Our Stock of "Finest in the City! i j BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE ;