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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DEGEMBEll THE LETHBklUGft UAlbi Okotoks Average For School Lands VETERANS DEMAND EMPLOYMENT, (Kdmontoa Bulletin) ot tchool lands held uier fed directions i "durlnt UM ItM monUl'kavs xisulled, in a gnad ioUt of fS MJ.loJ beHU ob- taiaed for tbe of education thU tuna to bo added to I to principal funds retained by the Dominion from which the Interest pro- ceeds are returned to this province la annual InBtnlment8. New records in general wild land teen set up -by these fourteen auction sales held at various points la tue province A total acreage of was disposed of at an average price of 117.73 an acre. Taking into consideration tliat a great Qeal ft the land offered some distance from railway 4a ctlitlee, tho cot us a shr prise even to the'minister 9! eduta lion, and toe Department The talas were oa'ij the licitatlon of Uon G F SmltS, and j In conseflucnco ot the fol loitei the auctions, Vparticularly -in northern AlborU, ex chequer will bcnefit'by an other annually In interest, alia van ce from the federal depart menl With the or BO al ready derhed from Uiia source, the annully from 'Ottawa for needs; in the prOTince Trill reach well .over year. The results at the several sales, and the average price? per acre, were as follows South of the Details At Viktng, S..57G .acres sold for Jl an average of an acre. :At IjUdue; 11.S73 acres wero sold an average of an acre. At Wetaskiwin, acres were disposed-of for an average of f 16 31 an acre At Consort acres were sold for fU.S2. At'iJiinlsfall, J.577 acres' wero soli for an averago ot Prac- tically 'all tills land was remole from the town. At Oidsbury, 4.3D3 acres were sold an averaga of.-J16.41 an acre rAtiEckville. acres' 'were' sold for HOG30i an average of 42 At acres were sold for an average of f 13 68 At Mcuiod lOOoO were sold for un average of ?9.8C. At-'Jcuner, only 358 acres were dis- the total being or an of tlotl an acre Vt Lmpress, 2 225 acres were sold for an average of an CUHSMT1F.O. its effect whm tUo i'.F.O. came REBUILT HOME; DID "x NOT NEED CARPENTERS OR MASONS, ffitt it is >Vesle in Road Building "I warn tbe (cinycrante people o! Ibis Col. v hat was under'the] LENS, Krar.ce, Oct. Conservative- adn.iiitlstretion fof Duboreperc family ot the Is verso bclusj oi M bere lost oy unv.isj and f.veless adnifnta- [ration manipulation of On- the .yme ot (ranca, given by Norman Uavls, or WajUng--.V }ou: through Mad-diae JusseranJ; wife v of the French ambassador, iljr wLleh should rebuild its hquso in tho usvaetaieS-region ijug "with tho1 dqpatt mem. Cot. Prk-e Bald that Koa. TS. liiggs '-tiwlc the palm" when it Some'ol tb.9 3000 returned men who waited on tho Ontario employment. at Queen's Park, Toronto ,artaient had spent six million dollars on different, roads.EO widely: scattered assistance that the money was simply wasted.! (sons ami other expert buiiiiing :j era. ,'fliei material was (the Davij Fund tbrough the SUNDAY MOVIES AND aud in tbree mouths' lW'1 I BASEBALL, ILLEGAL IN TEXAS I house.wus finished, 1 I The Duberepero family consists oJ'-_ AUSTIN, motion pic-'father, mother and 10 children, alii: To ,tns lattor be said; lure shows and Sunday baseball gimcs i living. SARNIA, Dec. W.-li. Price, M.P.p., of Toronto, addressing a Lib eral-Coiiservatiro parly rally hero last i compared the, methods ot the Icto W J Banna, dealing vitu liquor traffic, .with thoso of the Dairy-1 flancy regime. :To _tns lattor the maJorHy; .of .Ibo people i where admission fees fire I 'Experts say the house Is wortb. over blrongly opposed Prohibition which illegal in Texas tbe sialo court otiCO.CM francs. The material cost Imd cojie in rtrongl) begju to lose criminal appeals held today.. Managerial Government ARTICLE NO 6 BY MAYOR HARDIE acre.. At .Cardston, 1127 jcres an average acre. At Okotois. acres were sold an average 6! an acre. Okotoks Hac Highest Figure Al were sold for J435 632 an average of (20 11 an acre Although OkoUjks thns holds the bohors'for lho: highest- avcnige per .'-jifacllcally .all tbe land sold Ihere was closely situated to town and rallnaj facilities Increase will gfve the leading position in the Dominion in this respect V In Oulremont the movement towards Managerial Government Las .come about gradually, practically without legislation and w-Hh'no Charter am'e'nd- ineht. This MB one of. the. suburban cities of Montreal, with i a population ol about If 000 Its' government ap- proximates f th'at suburban city of, It Is the residential district of the mlddle_class while West mount Is the residential district of the more wealthy people The gradual .development of .the managerial form which is' slill gradually, was in- putting the city treasurer iii fuH'chaTgo under the. mayor, and through him under the council.-.of all Jhe financial at quite a handsome salary and adequate start. Matters were gradually advaric- .Ing.untU'thp city bngineer was given control of. all the. construction' and maintenance work', with an adequate staff, 111 the same manner that 1 treasUrer contro1 oi and clerical work. the This 'cannbuue .classed with-! the form in Dayton, Ohio; in fact it nearer trale. This-was practically done uy throwing the responsibility on the mayor ivhlch developed the plan now' Outremont is In the peculiar position of two. sub-managers in full control ot "their various spheres, under the or, hut reporting more or less directly to the council. plan has.wdrkcd harmoniously for several years but last'year rates were going up.and the boat was rocked a bit. The mayor Is a very Influential man' In his community and due to his steadying influence the boat was kept on even keel for another whilei of the city t finance it is a pity that the.same autocracy did not continue. In my judgment will bare to be again euforceu, and 1 am in hopes that managerial government may do it; if it does not then wo bad better amend jit and remain with the straight com- {mission form. This is written to pe published after voting so that it will not Influence it In on> war In my judgment any form ot govern- ment that !s not-partly autocratic will not good one for Lcthhridge, for the next several years to cratlc.'not In sentiment or feeling, but of necessity" to pmeel Iho city's finan- cial affliction1 paid a. fair living from that a vice- likb'grip must be held over-all expen- ditures only be when one man is absolutely responsible for'the finance- and is final. ONE GERMAN NEWSPAPER AT.LAST SEES WHO WON THE" BATTLE OF JUTLAND THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND In thi-i o'h, as in Weslmount, tliej (Specfa] Cab> fo ancouver Province) ive bad no financial dimculties such j BERLlNl-LThe first cdnfession have bad-no financial difficulties such western cities and their cqbcen-j trated management is witii a avoiding difficulties that might arise fro-n overspending I have kept ven j closely in touch rvith the: borough of j Outremont for the last six years bc: J cause-of a friendship that sprung-up with some of tlie officials there.onfmy first trip to Montreal, and consequent- ly understand that Rily's plan as -well approaches tho major manager plan'ns an outsider possibly can I can accepting that in civic polities j not figure out how-this form or tirif are.not oh the. same lines politics and', the council's decisions will be more .likely- the- balanced up views of each .individual .member of tbe council. The easy transition, brought about by tbe discussion of new forms of civic government 'all over. was due to (ho fact that tho city's debt-nas iot growing and It was felt thatjo_keep tbe eipenditures well of could bring the desired result to Letbbrldse''with ber heavy debt Considerable talk- has originated, from certain sources in this city about tho autocracs: ot tbu mayor. He has" never been conscious but tb'ore were times when his word an'd the de- nial of further eipenditures had to. be final In this since or fivo jears ha WM autocratic not bv in hand It would be viise but of necessity In tue interest too tired to ALL t day every wbman's -whether it is the wearing routine of household du-s ties the exacting sure of huaness T f F v life is placing z constantly .increasing tax on hef energy, t t 1 TlHose who haVe mdrfe a slmy of fatigue say that when a womanfis all her are heart' weakens, the nenfcg become dangerjrof breakdown is threatened" unless action to prevent it is taken. r' MILBURN'S HEART AND NERVE PILLS have proved to be, in of similar rases, a most reliable lemedy for restoring strength and vitality to weakening heaits and relieving al! the dis- tressing symptoms brought on by fatigue, excitement or over-exer- tion. U you wish to maintain your poise, charm, effectiveness, Milburn's Jieart and Nerve Pills will be found to be a very valuable assistant, rf, Mrii Fred F Hayes, St. Stephen, NB, two t years I suffered from n Weak nervous condition; and" couW not t, I got wonderful results from uauig Wouf Milbum'i and Nerve I noW stroDK and well I. f I r t Milburn's Heart and Nerve pills are SOc, a box ai 1ft t a" dealers, ot mailed ditect on receipt of price by'? i t I The T. Milburn Company, Limited Toronto, Ontario first confession that the flsel did not win the battle of Jutland 13 made by the Vossic'hc Zeltuna Admiral von Scheer's secret report to the Kai ser been published in racst of the venture on any conrrfient The Vossiche Zeltuna horWver, Is quite frank about the'Wratter, What result1? It asks The German fleet was put out of condition to fight for ten we eke at least Certainly the British wcrc greater., but s little blood letting Is nothing to a giant, though fatal to a weaker aoVenary "The Germa'h fleet fought but the f-gnt honorably against guper That it djd not achieve victory Is nof a reoroach which should be levelled against It any more than the of tfye war should be blamed on the German people AMBASSADOR TO U. S. WOULD DrSRUPT THE BRITISH EMPIRE _ SASKATOOV, Sask Dec oppoinlment of a "Canadian ambassa- dor to Washington ivbuld be the enter-] Ing wedge of a movement ivhicb will dlBriiiit the lirltiah Empire, in the op-1 inion of Prof. W, V. Oaliornc of-tlioi University or Manitoba, who discuss-j ed..Canada's relaMqns.. to empire, recently In an address here from the non-partisaii attitude the historian. Jt was gcnortlly recognized ho said 1 that aride from the ethnic bonds be t tween Canach and the Mother Coun l (try, there were legal bonds (1> Tho llrlllgh.North Araorlca'.Act, a i net ot tha British, parliament, mil Served an a conetltullon for.. Canada which could not ho amended by Cana dlan legislation right ot np poll from Canadian conrU to tho Brit lull Prlv> Coiincil and f3) the fact that tho governor general was appoint qd b> tho King upon consultation with the British ministry To these be wished (o add n (ourin. whlcll had arisen recently, and that was the proposed appointment of a Canadian ftuibassador-to .Washing- Imperial gorernment had asientcd to (his request, mulhld In deed odrlcd W IhW IntlnSafioit thit In the ibstnljojnf IhecHriQtK ambas- Ihe Canaillgn fcproacnfatlTC should act in his Btead. ncliiaf of lliiii am bissador, whfclif had occurrej would mean IHw-'lherc would n possibility ofa a'rfcrence of opinion pen tfift Btltiffii and {lie Canadian it that prob ably In Itio coiinie'of'ten yeats every British dominion ftould be rcprcacn'cd Al rarlous capiUla by their 0wn dm bassadore, arrtong of opinion migh.tjarlKO' ,Thi8 would lead 10 rfonlenlionn cmplro; and Iho'unit} o! I'M organization would disappear The Melghon government Had kept fie nclual appomtmen? of the sttlor to in abeysnce ana hoped lital It In ce Ot .p thiroughl) ied fica-liigBMl barf ot c'd bdblio nplmoii Aid not wish to see CifflflJ ift of newRtnce" nolf'lo a cdttiite ftnctlgh lend lo iintorescen rss Tils' v i Ontario witi The Red Rose Tea package with the blue label contains tea of a litfle .finer quality than the package with the -green label, which is so .well known in Western. Canada. The blue label sells 'isi a few Cents a pound more, fcut goes, farther vin tHe ciip. Try a sealed cartoh with the Blue Label: i-l-'f'v Red Rose Coffee is sol olc-, ily 'scaled air.tight Rose Cani f. X E K "Consi YOUR GIFT PROBLEM ISJWADE EASY HERE.' YOU WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE IN SELECTING GIFT THAT WILL GIVE PLEASURE TO YOURSELF AND RECIPIENT ALIKE. SHOP EARLY. GIFT SUGGESTIONS WORK TABLES FLOOR-LAMPS TABLE LAVPS WICKER CHAIR WICKER ROCKE1 PEDESTALS JARDINIERE STANDS at Curate's niaii'ostthf orVliniietl oak. o BlrtClc! "Slartha WasWnglc Special I'cdc.slals. Trays from CorUr-Chost. FOR THE 'KIDDIES COASTER WAGONS Heavy rubber 11rco on all 'Rteel. wheels, roller ARMY SERVICE CARS fcncclll- i AUTOM03ILES built boih s irf to HIP 1 in ST hi- mm bckerv GIFT SUGGESTIONS SMOKING STANDS: CABINET MOfRIS CHAIR LIBRARY TABLE MUSIC CABINET. Picturelfrom Tea Ken. twcnty-lhVec K-ir.nOi' Beta, Kilgliah stml-porcolaiii, from.......... ,C'ut (Jla.cj Crcain :tinl Siigar faf) rf Ktts. Iliilif nitfl mil. Si'ignrJ'Mo'l AT SPECIAL .PRICES. aPetiAL DINNER SET with two linn Spot-inf r Pries'''. D Allu PURCHASES STORED AND DE- LIVERED WHEN REQUESTED. FOR THE -KIDDIES OOLL CARRIAGES Ilegitlar 3 10.0 5. H pedal KINDERDARTEW SETS pieces. Price COLL CRADLES iiuij'jrr SiO.OQ nOCKtBIG 'CHAIRS1 ;